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MEDIA GUIDE MEN’S SOCCER


MEN’S SOCCER FALL 2013 Table of Contents Quick Facts .................................................................................................. 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance .............................................................. 5 Head Coach Nick Papanicolas ...................................................................... 6 Associate Head Coach Jeff Zoyac.................................................................. 7 Assistant Coach Andres Hurtado.................................................................. 7 Assistant Coach Miles Dean ......................................................................... 8 Strength & Conditioning Coach Tony DiVirgilio ............................................ 8 Goalkeeper Coach Greg Cope ....................................................................... 9 Student Assistant Coach Ray Kuemmer ....................................................... 9 2013 Schedule .......................................................................................... 11 2013 Numerical Roster .............................................................................. 13 2013 Wildcats.......................................................................................14-33 2012 Individual Statistics .......................................................................... 34 2012 Results ............................................................................................. 35 2012 CACC Standings ................................................................................ 36 2012 CACC Tournament ............................................................................. 37 Career Award Winners ............................................................................... 39 Record Book .........................................................................................40-42 All-Time Results ...................................................................................43-45 Location Map ............................................................................................ 46 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference....................................................... 47

Publication Information The 2013 Wilmington University Men’s Soccer Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information. Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: Dan Lauletta Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, James Jones, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton, Susan Gregg, Mark Tetreault Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: FAX: Soccer Office:

(302) 356-2020 (302) 328-7376 (302) 356-6757

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Quick Facts University Location .........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded ..........................................................................................1968 Enrollment .....................................................................................3,300 Nickname ...................................................................................Wildcats Colors ............................................................................... Green & White Affiliation .......................................................................NCAA Division II Conference ........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches Head Coach .................................................Nick Papanicolas (10th Year) Record at Wilmington.................................... 89-66-21 (54-23-10 CACC) Career Record ................................................................................. Same Office Phone ................................................................... (302) 356-6757 Assistant Coach ........................................................................Jeff Zoyac Assistant Coach .............................................................. Andres Hurtado Assistant Coach ......................................................................Miles Dean Goalkeeper Coach ....................................................................Greg Cope Student Assistant ..............................................................Ray Kuemmer Strength & Conditioning Coach ........................................ Tony DiVirgilio Trainer ................................................................................Lindsey Good Team Photographer ..............................................................James Jones Team Videographer ..............................................................................CJ

Team Information Home Field ...........................................................Wilmington Athletic Complex 2012 Record ....................................................................... 12-8 (6-5 CACC, 5th) 2013 Captain ..................................................................................Matko Novak Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................................................................10/13 Starters Returning (10+)/Lost ......................................................................6/5 Newcomers .................................................................................................... 12

Sports Information Men’s Soccer Contact ...........................................................Dan Lauletta Email ..........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell ................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website ......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics

Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Nick Papanicolas, his coaching staff, and WU men’s soccer players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Compliance Coordinator/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Doug Nowell Assistant Grounds & Facilities

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

Colin Smith Assistant to Compliance

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COACHING STAFF

Nick Papanicolas Head Coach | 10th Season Nick Papanicolas will enter his tenth season at the helm of the Wilmington University men’s soccer program in 2013. The 2006 and 2009 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year, Papanicolas has led his team to the CACC Tournament in all nine years as head coach. He put together a run in 2007 to the CACC Tournament Championship, and finished the regular season as the number one seed in 2009 while also earning the program’s only bid to the NCAA East Regional Tournament, finishing 15th in the nation. The 2007 campaign was the school’s first CACC title since joining the NCAA Division II ranks in the fall of 2004. Last season, the Wildcats finished fifth in the CACC with a 6-5 conference record, coming back from a 2-0 first half deficit against Bloomfield in the CACC Quarterfinal to score three times in the second half and advance. The Wildcats run ended in the Semifinals to the eventual CACC Tournament Finalist and host Post University, 1-0. The 2012 regular season schedule featured three NCAA Tournament participants, including the number one team in the NCAA poll LIU Post, Post University, and Franklin Pierce University. Papanicolas took over the coaching ranks at Wilmington after one season as an assistant in 2003. He helped the Wildcats return to the top of the conference with a regular season record of 10-7-3 during the team’s provisional season into the NCAA. Prior to joining the Wilmington team, Papanicolas returned to his alma mater to coach at Division III Rowan University for three seasons (2000-02). During his tenure with the Profs, the team culminated a 5810-2 overall record. Papanicolas was a three year starter on Year Record 2004 4Ͳ10Ͳ4 the soccer team at Rowan where he led the team in scoring 2005 5Ͳ11Ͳ2 2006 11Ͳ5Ͳ4 during his sophomore season and was captain in his final two years. In his three years as a player, he led the Profs to 2007 12Ͳ5Ͳ2 three NCAA berths and the 1998 Final Four. Papanicolas holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education and a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration. In addition to being the head men’s soccer coach, he works in the University’s Student Life Department.

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2008 2009

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Highlights CACCQuarterfinals CACCQuarterfinals CACCSemifinalists

7Ͳ1Ͳ1(2nd) 7Ͳ2Ͳ1(5th) 11Ͳ0(1st)

CACCCoachoftheYear CACCChampions CACCQuarterfinals CACCSemifinalists NCAAEastRegionalSecondRound

2010 6Ͳ11Ͳ2 2011 8Ͳ7Ͳ4 2012 12Ͳ8 Totals(9years) 89Ͳ66Ͳ21(.565)

5Ͳ5Ͳ1(4th) 7Ͳ2Ͳ2(2nd) 6Ͳ5(5th) 54Ͳ23Ͳ10(.678)

CACCCoachoftheYear CACCQuarterfinals CACCQuarterfinals CACCSemifinals Ͳ

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Jeff Zoyac Associate Head Coach | 10th Season Jeff Zoyac enters his tenth season as an assistant coach at Wilmington, his third as the Associate Head Coach. Zoyac attended Cumberland Regional High School in Southern New Jersey, where he was a First Team All-Conference selection. He began his collegiate career at Division III Rowan University in 2000, where he helped his team reach the NCAA National Semifinals as a sweeper. After transferring to Wilmington in 2003, he led the Wildcats in scoring and was a crucial piece of their second Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championship. He finished his collegiate soccer career as an Honorable Mention All-Conference selection. Zoyac, who received his Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies and his Masters in Special Education from Wilmington, also holds a USSF National “C” license. Outside of Wilmington, he is the Director of Coaching for New Jersey Rush. His duties with New Jersey Rush include an emphasis on coaching junior boys and girls.

Andres Hurtado Assistant Coach | Second Season Andres Hurtado returned to his alma mater as a part of the Wilmington men’s soccer staff in 2012 after serving as the head coach at Delaware Technical Community College – Stanton campus from since 2008. He led Del. Tech to a 36-27-7 overall record in four years, including a 12-6-2 record in 2009. Prior to beginning his coaching career, Hurtado came to Wilmington University in 2001 as a member of the men’s soccer program. He helped lead the Wildcats to the 2001 and 2003 CACC Championship and was named a team captain as a senior in 2005. Hurtado earned his USSF National B coaching license in 2011 and currently works full time with the Kirkwood Soccer Club as the Director of Coaching and Urban League Director. He was also the Olympic Development Program (ODP) head coach from 2009-11. While at Kirkwood, Hurtado runs and oversees representative teams in the club, facilitates coaching courses, train teams for youth development, organize team and schedules for the Urban League, coach the KSC U17 Courage girls’ team to the 2012 State Championship and coach the KSC U12 boy’s academy team to the 2012 State Championship. Prior to coming to Wilmington in 2001, He was a four-year letterwinner at West Chester High School, earning captaincy as a senior in 2000.

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COACHING STAFF Miles Dean Assistant Coach | Seventh Season Miles Dean enters his seventh season as an assistant coach of the men’s soccer program. He played his collegiate career at the University of South Carolina at Spartanburg (currently University of South Carolina-Upstate), where he was a member of the soccer team for four seasons. While at Spartanburg, Miles helped the Spartans win four straight Peach Belt Conference titles, earning berths in the NCAA Division II Tournament each season. Dean also helped lead the Spartans to the 1995 Division II National Championship game. Miles led the Spartans in scoring three of his four years, finishing with 50 goals and 116 points for his career. Dean is in the Spartans “top ten” for career points and goals scored, prior to Upstate jumping up to NCAA Division I in 2007. A native of Newark, Del., Dean continued his soccer career in the professional ranks in 1997 when he joined the Delaware Wizards. After a brief stint with the Wizards, Dean turned his attention to coaching. In 2004, Dean helped lead Tatnall High School to a Delaware High School Soccer State Championship. He coached the Delaware United Blizzard FC to state championships in 2009, 2011 and 2012. The team was the champion of the prestigious Disney College Showcase in 2011. Dean earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from USC-Spartanburg in 1995. He holds a Master’s degree in Education from Wilmington University. Dean is currently the founder and President of The Dean Success Group, a youth development and consulting company in Delaware.

Tony DiVirgilio Strength & Conditioning Coach | Second Season Tony DiVirgilio joins the Wilmington University men’s soccer program for his second season in 2013 after completing a successful three seasons as a defender under head coach Nick Papanicolas from 2008-10. He will work with and closely monitor the team’s strength and conditioning workouts in 2013. As a senior in 2010, DiVirgilio earned First Team All-CACC as well as Daktronics Second Team All-Region. He also earned a spot on the CACC All-Tournament team after helping the team to the fourth seed during the regular season. He was also named a team captain in 2010. Following graduating from Wilmington, DiVirgilio started his own personal training and endurance business, Enduro5 Fitness, and serves as the head fitness trainer. He is certified, licensed and insured through AAAI/ISMA and is currently completely the National Strength and Conditioning Association program.

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COACHING STAFF Greg Cope Goalkeeper Coach | Fifth Season Greg Cope returns to the Wilmington University coaching in 2013 as the team’s assistant and goalkeeper coach after taking the 2012 season off. He was also an assistant coach under head coach Nick Papanicolas from 2008-11. Prior to coaching, Cope played one season under Papanicolas and was a member of the 2007 CACC Tournament Championship team. Cope began coaching in the early 90’s helping out with Kirkwood Soccer programs and as an assistant for the Newark High School women’s team in the spring of 1996. While at Newark, he was the goalkeeper coach and had a successful year coaching a brand new keeper to a 0.93 goals against average, nine shutouts, and 2nd Team All-State honors. In the fall of 1996, Cope moved to Lexington, Kentucky and joined the University of Kentucky women’s soccer coaching staff. In three years coaching with the Kentucky Wildcats, they achieved a record of 31-27-6 and earned two NCAA Tournament berths. His goalkeeper earned 2nd Team All-Southeastern Conference honors in 1997. During his time down in Kentucky he also privately trained many keepers. Cope earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Organizational Management from Wilmington University in the spring of 2008, and currently is studying for his master’s in Organizational Leadership. Along with coaching and school, Coach Cope also owns and runs his own sports equipment business, EPOC.

Ray Kuemmer Student Assistant Coach | First Season Ray Kuemmer joins the coaching staff as a student assistant after playing two seasons under Papanicolas. Kuemmer was a vital part of the midfield and defensive unit during the 2011 and 2012 seasons. Kuemmer made an impact as soon as he stepped foot on Wilmington’s campus, scoring four goals and adding seven assists in 2011, finishing fifth on the team with 15 points. He was named Second Team All-CACC as a junior, leading the team to a 7-2-2 CACC record and the No. 2 seed in the CACC Tournament. As a senior, Kuemmer was asked to help anchor the back line, making all 20 starts after being named a team captain in the preseason. He also helped the offense with four goals and two assists, finishing fifth on the team with 10 points. He helped lead the team to a 6-5 CACC record, the No. 5 seed in the CACC Tournament, and an appearance in the 2012 CACC Tournament Semifinals. Kuemmer is continuing his studies at Wilmington, currently pursuing a degree in sports management.

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2013 SCHEDULE

Franklin Pierce Thursday, September 5 | Rindge, N.H. Head Coach: Ian Clerihew WU vs.. FPU: 0-2 2012 Record: 11-6-2 Last Meeting: L 4-5 (2012) Felician Tuesday, September 10 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Roger Stephens WU vs.. FC: 6-4 2012 Record: 5-10-2 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) LIU Post Thursday, September 12 | Bridgeport, Conn Head Coach: Andreas Lindberg WU vs.. LIU Post: 0-1 2012 Record: 18-2 Last Meeting: L 1-3 (2012) Bridgeport Saturday, September 14 | Bridgeport, Conn Head Coach: Brian Quinn WU vs.. UB: 2-1-1 2012 Record: 10-8 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) Millersville Tuesday, September 17 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Steve Widdowson WU vs.. MU: 3-3-1 2012 Record: 9-9-1 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) Holy family Thursday, September 19 | Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach: Georg Montag WU vs.. HFU: 7-0-3 2012 Record: 8-7-3 Last Meeting: W 3-2 (2012) Concordia Saturday, September 21 | Bronxville, N.Y. Head Coach: Sean Kenny WU vs.. CC: 3-1 2012 Record: 6-8-1 Last Meeting: L 0-1 (2012 ) Chestnut Hill Tuesday, September 24 | Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach: Keith Cappo WU vs.. CHC: 6-0 2012 Record: 5-12-1 Last Meeting: W 3-0 (2012) Caldwell Saturday, September 28 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Asgeir Ofstad WU vs.. CC: 5-3-3 2012 Record: 6-10-2 Last Meeting: W 1-0 (2012)

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West Chester Wednesday, October 2 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Michael Benn WU vs.. WCU: 2-5 2012 Record: 8-8-2 Last Meeting: W 1-0 (2012) Post Saturday, October 5 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Ted Haley 2012 Record: 13-4-5

WU vs.. PU: 5-6-2 Last Meeting: L 0-1 (2012)

Philadelphia Tuesday, October 8 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Ptah Myers WU vs.. PU: 3-2 2012 Record: 9-6-4 Last Meeting: L 1-3 (2012) District of Columbia Thursday, October 10 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Matthew Thompson WU vs.. UDC: 3-1 2012 Record: 6-8-2 Last Meeting: W 10-1 (2008) Bloomfield Saturday, October 12 | Bloomfield, N.J. Head Coach: Peter Falloon WU vs.. BC: 7-3-1 2012 Record: 7-6-3 Last Meeting: W 3-2 (2012) Goldey-Beacom Wednesday, October 16 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Ryan Dixon WU vs.. GBC: 9-0-1 2012 Record: 4-14 Last Meeting: W 4-0 (2012) Dominican Saturday, October 19 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Colin Hodge WU vs.. DC: 1-7-1 2012 Record: 10-5-4 Last Meeting: L 1-2 (2012) Nyack Saturday, October 26 | Nyack, N.Y. Head Coach: Keith Davie WU vs.. NC: 5-4-1 2012 Record: 9-9-2 Last Meeting: W 4-3 (2012) Georgian Court Wednesday, October 30 | Lakewood, N.J. Head Coach: Dino Raso WU vs.. GCU: 0-0 2012 Record: N/A Last Meeting: First Meeting

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2013 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Highschool (Previous)

00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 99

Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Gr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr.

GK GK GK D D M D F F M F MF D F M D M D F M M GK D M M

6-4 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-2 5-6 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-0

210 145 185 165 175 170 180 160 160 180 170 195 165 170 165 200 155 190 170 160 150 170 175 160 170

Newark, Del./Caravel Academy Business Management Newark, Del./Newark Business Management Newark, Del./Newark (DelTech) Criminal Justice Gloucestershire, England/Cirencester Academy (Union) Business Management Richmond Hill, Ontario/St. Theresa Catholic Sports Management Zagreb, Croatia/IV. Gimnazija Zagreb (BCC) Sports Management Mount Laurel, N.J./Lenape (Burlington CC) Sports Management Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor (CCBC Essex) Sports Management Londrina, Brazil/Colegio Universitario Business Management Pickering, Ontario/St. Mary’s Catholic Accounting & Finance Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall (CCBC Essex) Sports Management London, England/Hendon (Marshalltown CC) Psychology Mountville, Pa./Hempfield Sports Management Hertfordshire, England/St. Joan of Arc Business Management New Castle, Del./William Penn Criminal Justice London, England/Sydney Russell School Accounting & Finance Thamesmead, England/Trinity School (Charleston) Gov. & Public Policy Bensalem, Pa./Bensalem (Bucks County CC) Sports Management Stroudsburg, Pa./Stroudsburg Sports Management Sao Paulo, Brazil/Franciscano Pio XII Marketing Simpsonville, S.C./St. Joseph’s Catholic (USC Upstate) MSM Sports Management Oakville, Ontario/Iroquois Ridge Business Marketing Bear, Del./Caravel Academy Business Management Guayaquil, Ecuador/Balandra Cruz Del Sur Business Management Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Colegio Santo Agostinho Business Management

Chad Jenkins Aaron Brown Frank Hall Joe Woodley Mike Valenti Matko Novak Todd Woll Elton Joe Vitor Lima Kris Michael Tommy Quaranta Otis Williams Ian Wattanga Steven O’Connor Geoff Velasquez Frank Klingbeil Femi Akintunde Sam Fahnboto Jordon Ellison Bruno Montini Tim Bailey Spyros Stergiotis Lance Berry Javier Astudillo Pedro Moreira

Major

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas, 10th Season (Rowan University, ‘99) Associate Head Coach: Jeff Zoyac Assistant Coach: Andres Hurtado Assistant Coach: Miles Dean Goalkeeper Coach: Greg Cope Student Assistant Coach: Ray Kuemmer Strength & Conditioning Coach: Tony DiVirgilio Athletic Trainer: Lindsey Good

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4 | Matko Novak Senior | Midfielder | 5-10 | 167 Zagreb, Croatia / IV Gimnazija Zagreb 2012 (Junior): Started all 20 games in the midfield as a junior in 2012... tallied a pair of goals on 23 shots, none bigger than the team’s first goal of the second half in the CACC Quarterfinal contest at Bloomfield, a 3-2 victory... also scored the team’s fourth goal against No. 3 Franklin Pierce on September 8 at the WU Athletics Complex... he was a Wilmington University Academic All-Star at the annual athletics banquet. 2011 (Sophomore): Played in 18 of the team’s 19 contests as a first-year players, earning 17 starts in the midfield... scored a pair of goals on the year... his first goal of the season was the team’s first on September 14 against Philadelphia, a 2-0 victory at home... also scored the team’s first goal in the 65th minute against Bridgeport on September 29 At Burlington CC: Played one season, 2010, at Burlington County College – helped team to a 11-4-1 overall record – scored two goals and added 10 assists for 14 points High School: Played soccer at IV. Gimnazija Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia Personal: Matko Novak – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Zagreb, Croatia – ultimate achievement will be providing for his family – favorite cartoon character is Scooby Doo

Season 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 18-17 20-20 38-37

G 2 2 4

A 0 0 0

Pts 4 4 8

SH 14 23 27

Shot% SOG SOG% .143 3 .214 .087 9 .391 .108 12 .324

GW 1 0 1

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

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9 | Tom Quaranta Senior | Forward | 6-0 | 170 Baltimore, Md. / Perry Hall (CCBC Essex) 2012 (Junior): Started 17 games atop the formation as a junior while playing in 19 games overall... scored four goals and added two assists for 10 points, including two game-winning goals... scored his first goal of the season on September 8 against Franklin Pierce... scored a season high two goals against Nyack College on September 29, each of which helped the Wildcats take the lead at that point in the contest. His second goal of the game came in the 10th minute of overtime to win the game... his lone goal at Caldwell on October 21 in the 77th minute proved to be the game-winner in the 1-0 victory... assisted on two goals as a junior, including a flick on header in the 77th minute in the CACC Quarterfinals to Otis Williams for the game-winning goal at Bloomfield. 2011 (Sophomore): Was second on the team with nine goals and 19 points, adding one assist... started 16 of his 18 games played as a sophomore... he scored in eight games, including three consecutive matches late in the season, scoring a season high two goals on October 8 against Concordia... scored the first goal of an 11-0 victory over GoldeyBeacom to record the game-winner... tallied a goal in his first match as a Wildcats, the lone goal at Queens (N.Y.) on September 1... his lone assist came against Goldey-Beacom as well. At CCBC Essex: Played one season at CCBC-Essex in 2007 – helped lead the team to a 13-7-1 overall record, winning the regional championship and finishing eighth in the country – scored two goals and added two assists in 17 matches High School: Played at Perry Hall High School – named All-County as a senior Personal: Thomas Louis Quaranta – son of Tom and Lisa Quaranta – has three older brothers, Santino, Mario and Dominic – brother, Santino, was drafted eighth overall in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft by the D.C. United and currently plays for the Bengal Tuskers of the Premier Soccer League in India – father, Tom, was a 1977 All-American – cousin, Jenna Quaranta, currently plays on the Wilmington University women’s soccer team – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Baltimore, Md. – favorite cartoon is Hey Arnold! – favorite sports teams are the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles

Season 2011 2012 Total

GP-GS 18-16 19-17 37-33

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G 9 4 13

A 1 2 3

Pts 19 10 29

SH 45 29 74

Shot% SOG SOG% .200 7 .156 .138 9 .310 .176 16 .216

GW 1 2 3

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

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3 | Mike Valenti Senior | Defender | 5-10 | 175 Richmond Hill, Ontario / St. Theresa Catholic (Dakota County) 2012 (Junior): Started nine games in his first season as a Wildcat on the backline... appeared in 17 of the team’s 20 matches in 2012... helped lead a defense in allowing only 32 goals (1.57 goals against average) on the year... appeared in the team’s CACC Semifinal match against Post on November 2. At Dakota County Technical College: Played center back for two seasons at Dakota County Technical College in Rosemont, Minn. – appeared in 21 games as a freshman, scoring one goal and adding two assists. High School: Four year letterwinner at St. Theresa Catholic High School as center back – help lead team to a 34-14-4 overall record including a season’s best 10-2-1 as a senior – team finished runner-up in the 2008 YRAA Tournament and third overall at the OFFSA – help lead team to YRAA Championship match, finishing second, in 2007 – named a team captain as a junior and senior. Personal: Michael Andrea Valenti – son of Joseph and Gina Valenti – has an older brother, Paul, and a younger brother, Joseph – sports management major at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a physical education teacher – from Richmond Hill, Ontario – would eliminate carding from the sport if he could – looked up to his brother as a teammate

Season 2012 Total

16

GP-GS 17-9 17-9

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

SH 0 0

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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10 | Otis Williams Senior | Forward | 6-2 | 193 London, England / Hendon 2012 (Junior): Led the Wildcats with six goals in 2012, adding two assists for a team second best 14 points... started in 18 of the team’s 20 contests, playing in 19 on the year... tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals... scored his first goal of the year on September 19 at Philadelphia... scored in back-to-back games (both victories) against Dowling and Chestnut Hill, including the game-winner against Dowling... finished the comeback victory against Bloomfield in the CACC Quarterfinals with the final two goals to lift the team to a 3-2 lead after a 2-0 deficit at halftime...added assists against LIU Post and Holy Family... was named to the CACC All-Tournament Team. At Marshalltown Community College: Played two seasons at Marshalltown CC in Marshalltown, Iowa – scored nine goals and added five assists in six games as a freshman in 2009 – scored nine goals and added two assists in 16 games as a sophomore in 2011 – helped lead team to 21-12-1 in two seasons combined – named First Team All-Region XI – led team in goals each season played. High School: Four year letterwinner in soccer at the Hendon School in London, England – also lettered in track and basketball at Hendon – set track records in the 100 and 200 in the Barnet School District. Personal: Otis CeeJay Williams – son of Carlton Williams and Maxine MartinWilliams – has five siblings, Shelly, Sherick, Lamarr, Michaella and Tajshon – has a daughter, Ruby Williams – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University – from Mill Hill, London – if he could do anything he would be a music artist or entertainer – draws his inspiration from his child

Season 2012 Total

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GP-GS 19-18 19-18

G 6 6

A 2 2

Pts 14 14

SH 37 37

Shot% SOG SOG% .162 19 .514 .162 19 .514

GW 3 3

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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5 | Todd Woll Senior | Defender | 6-0 | 180 Mount Laurel, N.J. / Lenape (BCC) 2012 (Junior): Started 10 games in his first season as a Wildcat, including the final seven contests of the year... played in 17 games total... picked up one assist on the year as a defender, in a 4-0 victory over Goldey-Beacom on September 12... helped lead a defense in allowing only 32 goals (1.57 goals against average) on the year. At Burlington CC: Played one season at Burlington Community College in 2010 – helped team to an 11-4-1 overall record and a runner-up finish – named All-American as a defender High School: Played soccer at Lenape High School. Personal: Todd P. Woll – son of Scott and Donna Woll – has four siblings, Scott, Melissa, Brittany and Danielle – sister, Danielle, played lacrosse at George Mason University (2008-2012) – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Mount Laurel, N.J. – favorite cartoon character is Marvin the Martian – considers his mom a hero in his life

Season 2012 Total

18

GP-GS 17-10 17-10

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

SH 2 2

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 1 .500 .000 1 .500

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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18 | Sam Fahnboto Junior | Defender | 5-10 | 188 Bensalem, Pa. / Bensalem (Bucks County) 2012 (Junior): Came back from injury and started the final 17 games of the season to anchor the backline... helped lead a defense in allowing only 32 goals (1.57 goals against average) on the year... defense allowed 26 goals in his 17 games played... registered two shots on goal against Goldey-Beacom on September 12... also registered multiple shots against Concordia on October 6.

At Bucks County CC: Helped the Centurions to a 15-2 record in 2008 under head coach Justin Borrough High School: Four year letterwinner at Bensalem High School under head coach Matt Krausmer – named All-Conference and All-State first team – named team’s MVP Personal: Samuel Gibson Fahnboto – son of Samuel and Esther Fahnboto – has two older siblings, Aynn and Patricia – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Bensalem, Pa. – favorite pro sports team is Chelsea – favorite meal is chicken alfredo

Season 2012 Total

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GP-GS 17-17 17-17

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

SH 8 8

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 3 .375 .000 3 .375

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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00 | Chad Jenkins Junior | Goalkeeper | 6-4 | 210 Newark, Del. / Caravel Academy 2012 (Sophomore): Started 10 games in goal in his first season as a Wildcat... recorded a season high 10 saves in a 2-1 loss at Dominican on September 6... made nine saves in his collegiate debut against LIU Post on August 30... the team won his final four starts of the season... ended the year with a 1.91 goals against average in 2012 while averaging 3.5 saves a match... collected a 4-5 record on the year. At Cecil College: Toss 74.1 innings in 2009 as a sophomore – went 8-2 overall with a 2.79 earned run average – struck out 89 batters with only 33 walks – also batted .278 with 20 RBI in 108 at-bats – hit four home runs with nine doubles – was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 17th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. High School: Named Second Team All-State as a goalkeeper for Caravel Academy – helped baseball team win the 2006 State Championship – Was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 44th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft Personal: Chad Malcolm Jenkins – son of Richard and Tracy Jenkins – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – from Newark, Del. – most memorable sports moment is being drafted by the Washington Nationals – most played songs on his iPod are anything by Eric Church

Season 2012 Total

20

GP-GS 10-10 10-10

GA 18 18

GAA Avg. Saves 1.91 35 1.91 35

Sv. % .660 .660

W 4 4

L 5 5

T 0 0

Sho 1.0 1.0

Minutes 848:24 848:24

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7 | Vitor Lima Junior | Forward | 5-9 | 160 Londrina, Brazil / Colegio Universitario 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 16 games as a sophomore, making a start against Goldey-Beacom on September 12... scored his first career goal in a 4-1 victory over Queens (N.Y.) on October 24... scored the fourth goal in the 81st minute off a volley from a corner kick... recorded a career high six shots against Goldey-Beacom. 2011 (Freshman): Started one game as a freshman while appearing in 17 of the team’s 19 contests... recorded two assists and eight shots on the year... both assists came in an 11-0 victory over Goldey-Beacom on October 6... made lone start of the year on September 17 at Nyack. High School: Played two seasons at Colegio Marista de Londrina in Brazil – scored 10 goals in first season – scored nine goals in second season – played one season for the Gremio Municipal Londrina squad in 2009 – scored seven goals. Personal: Vitor Goncalves Lima – son of Julio Cezar Lima and Eliziana Goncalves Lima – has an older brother, Murillo – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – from Londrina, Brazil – favorite cartoon character is Batman – favorite pro sports team is Palmeiras

Season 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 17-1 16-1 33-2

G 0 1 1

A 2 0 2

Pts 2 2 4

SH 8 13 21

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 2 .250 .077 6 .462 .048 8 .381

GW 0 0 0

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

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99 | Pedro Moreira Junior | Midfielder | 6-0 | 170 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Colegio Santo Agostinho (Mountain State) 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 20 games in his first season as a Wildcat, starting in five matches... scored goals in his first two career matches, while also added goals in back-to-back games later in the season... scored in four out of first five matches... goal at the 88 minute mark at Bridgeport in second career game proved to be the game-winner... final goal of the year came on October 18 against Holy Family... also added an assist against Nyack for the game-winning goal in overtime...was second on the team with five goals... fourth on the team with 11 points. At Mountain State: Played two seasons at Mountain State University (NAIA) from 2010-11 – helped team go 10-6-3 in first season – scored six career goals and added eight assists – lost in conference championship match in 2010. High School: Played two seasons at Colegio Santo Agostinho (2008-09) – played two seasons at Centro Educacional da Lagoa (2009-10). Personal: Pedro Haddad Moreira – son of Ronaldo Moreira and Silvia Haddad – has two older siblings, Marcos and Viviani – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – enjoys surfing – would date Beyonce if he could date a celebrity

Season 2012 Total

22

GP-GS 20-5 20-5

G 5 5

A 1 1

Pts 11 11

SH 21 21

Shot% SOG SOG% .238 11 .524 .238 11 .524

GW 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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22 | Spyros Stergiotis Junior | Goalkeeper | 5-10 | 170 Oakville, Ontario / Iroquois Ridge 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in a team high 11 games as a sophomore, making 10 starts... made a team high 39 saves with a .736 save percentage... finished the year with an 8-3 overall record with a 1.35 goals against average... was a part of three shutouts in 2012, first at Goldey-Beacom, then a 1-0 victory over West Chester, and a 3-0 victory against Chestnut Hill... played the final 72 minutes in the CACC Quarterfinal at Bloomfield and made six saves in a 3-2 come-from-behind victory... made a season high eight saves in the CACC Semifinal at Post, a 1-0 loss... was named to the 2012 CACC AllTournament Team. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 17 of the team’s 19 games as a true freshman, starting 15 matches... went 7-5-3 overall in his first season... led the team with 71 saves and a .747 save percentage... made a season high eight saves against the University of Bridgeport on September 29... made six saves on three separate occasions during the year... was a part of four team shutouts, first against Philadelphia, at Chestnut Hill, against Post, and against Goldey-Beacom. High School: Played soccer at Iroquois Ridge High School as the team’s goalkeeper – named the 2008 Team MVP – helped lead team to 2007 Robbie International tournament Championship – honor student. Personal: Spyros Stergiotis – son of Nick and Georgina Stergiotis – has two younger siblings, Dionysis and Alexei – majoring in business marketing at Wilmington University – form Oakville, Ontario – favorite movie is Top Gun – most memorable sports moment is winning the Ontario Cup

Season 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 17-15 11-10 28-25

GA 24 14 38

GAA Avg. Saves 1.47 71 1.35 39 1.42 110

Sv. % .747 .736 .743

W 7 8 15

L 4 3 7

T 3 0 3

Sho 3 2.5 5.5

Minutes 1472:18 935:24 2407:42

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23 | Lance Berry Sophomore | Defender | 6-3 | 175 Bear, Del. / Caravel Academy 2012 (Freshman): Started 15 games as a true freshman, appearing in all 20 games... finished second on the team with five goals... finished second on the team with four assists... finished tied for second on the team with 14 points... scored his first collegiate goal in the third game of the year at Dominican on September 6... scored in back-to-back games against Chestnut Hill and Holy Family... goal against Chestnut Hill proved to be the game-winner in the 3-0 home victory... also scored against Nyack and at Millersville throughout the year... recorded two assists in a 4-1 victory over Queens (N.Y.) on October 24… also assisted on the game tying goal in the CACC Quarterfinal at Bloomfield. High School: Played soccer at Caravel Academy as a midfielder under coaches John Berry and Thomas Wiley – helped lead the team to the State Championship in 2010, going 16-3 overall – was named Top 11 in Delaware, earning him First Team All-State as a senior – named to the Third Team All-State as a junior Personal: Lance M. Berry – son of John and Winnie Berry – has an older brother, Jake, and an older sister, Dana Jaros – brother, Jake, was a goalkeeper at Messiah College – majoring in Business Management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a college coach – from, Bear, Del. – would eliminate the golden goal rule – favorite athlete is Lebron James

Season 2012 Total

24

GP-GS 20-15 20-15

G 5 5

A 4 4

Pts 14 14

SH 36 36

Shot% SOG SOG% .139 17 .472 .139 17 .472

GW 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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0 | Aaron Brown Sophomore | Goalkeeper | 5-11 | 150 Newark, Del. / Newark 2011 (Freshman): Started the second half of a 4-0 win at Goldey-Beacom and made one save in goal... also appeared in two games in the field, playing against Chestnut Hill and Queens (N.Y.)... recorded a shot in the 3-0 victory over Chestnut Hill on October 16. High School: Four year letterwinner at Newark High School for head coach Adam Flannigan. Personal: Aaron K. Brown – son of Eliot and Karen Brown – has an older brother, Andrew – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – from Newark, Del. – teammate Otis taught him to play under control with a clear head – enjoys learning the carpentry business

Season 2012 Total

GP-GS 1-0 1-0

GA 0 0

Season 2012 Total

GP-GS 3-0 3-0

G 0 0

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GAA Avg. Saves Sv. % 0.00 1 1.000 0.00 1 1.000 A 0 0

Pts 0 0

SH 1 1

W 0 0

L 0 0

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000

T 0 0

Sho 0.5 0.5 GW 0 0

Minutes 45.00 45.00

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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11 | Ian Wattanga Sophomore | Defender | 5-11 | 165 Mountville, Pa. / Hempfield 2012 (Freshman): Scored his lone goal of the season in his first appearance, a 2-1 win at Bridgeport on September 1... started five games as a freshman while appearing in 12 matches... recorded a season high two shots at Goldey-Beacom on September 12, a 4-0 victory... helped lead a defense in allowing only 32 goals (1.57 goals against average) on the year. High School: Four year letterwinner at Hempfield High School – help lead the team to four straight Lancaster-Lebanon League Championships – Honors in Languages – member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Ian Wattanga – son of Milka Kirkland – has a younger brother, Nick – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with a minor in business – from Mountville, Pa. – would be Lionel Messi for a day if he could – would be an immigration lawyer if he could be anything – would date Mila Kunis if he could date any celebrity – would be New York Giants head coach if he could coach any team for a year

Season 2012 Total

26

GP-GS 12-5 12-5

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts 2 2

SH 3 3

Shot% SOG SOG% .333 1 .333 .333 1 .333

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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21 | Tim Bailey Graduate | Midfielder | 5-9 | 145 Simpsonville, S.C. / St. Joseph’s (USC Upstate) At USC Upstate: Appeared in 13 games in 2012, recording one assist – took seven shots on the year – did not play in 2011 – played in 15 matches, making seven starts – recorded two assists as a sophomore – appeared in 16 of Upstate’s matches, with three starts as a freshman in 2009 – recorded first collegiate goal at Campbell on October 8. High School: A standout on the St. Joseph’s Catholic School squad under head coach Frank Kucinic... Member of the three-time SCISA state champions... Four-time SCISA All-State selection... Named the SCISA Player of the Year as a senior in 2008... Earned team honors as the MVP as a senior and the offensive player of the year as a junior... Finished his career with over 70 goals. Personal: Tim Edward Bailey – son of John and Janet Bailey – has two older siblings, Helen and Richard – earning his graduate degree in Sports Management at Wilmington University – from Simpsonville, S.C. – would eliminate the offside rule of soccer if possible – favorite pro sports teams are Manchester United and the Green Bay Packers

6 | Elton Joe Junior | Forward | 5-11 | 160 Baltimore, Md. / Digital Harbor (CCBC Essex) At CCBC Essex: Tallied six goals and five assists as a sophomore for the Knights in 2011 – 2011 NJCAA Division I Men’s Soccer All American Third Team – 2011 NJCAA Men’s Soccer All Region XX First Team – recorded five assists as a freshman in 2010 – 2010 NJCAA Division I All Region XX First Team – 2010 NJCAA Region XX Men’s Soccer All Tournament Team. High School: Played at Digital Harbor High School – named team MVP as a junior and senior. Personal: Elton Dunn Joe – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Baltimore, Md. – favorite pro sports team is Real Madrid – favorite cartoon is Family Guy

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17 | Femi Akintunde Sophomore | Midfielder | 5-6 | 155 Thamesmead, London / Trinity School (Charleston) Charleston (W.Va.): Appeared in two games as a freshman at Charleston – scored in his first collegiate match, a 6-0 victory over Ohio Valley on October 20 – also played against Shepherd on November 3 High School: Attended Trinity Church of England School in Belvedere, London. Personal: Femi Akintunde – son of Segun and Ade Akintunde – has two younger brothers, James and Jacob – majoring in Government and Public Policy at Wilmington University – from Thamesmead, London – enjoys travelling – favorite pro sports team is Liverpool

1 | Frank Hall Sophomore | Goalkeeper | 5-10 | 185 Newark, Del. / Newark (Del Tech CC) At Del Tech CC: Played 16 games in goal for Del Tech in 2011 – helped team to a 7-9-3, making 113 saves with a 1.96 GAA High School: Played goalkeeper at Newark High School under head coach Adam Flannigan Personal: Frank J. Hall – son of Edward Hall and Margaret Costello – has an older sister, Sara – sister, Sara, was a goalkeeper at Philadelphia University (2005-08) – stepsister, Julie Costello, played soccer at Mount St. Mary’s (2004-06) – majoring in criminal Justice at Wilmington University – from Newark, Del. – favorite meal is steak and bacon with potatoes – considers father a hero in his life

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2 | Joe Woodley Sophomore | Defender | 6-0 | 162 Stoud, England / Cirencester Academy (Union) At Union College: Appeared in all 18 games at Union College (Ky.) as a freshman, making 17 starts – registered five shots on the year as a defender, two of which were on goal – recorded two blocked shots. High School: Played right back at Cirencester Academy in Cirencester, Gloucestershire – helped lead team to English Schools National Championship in 2011 Personal: Joe Thomas Woodley – son of Peter Woodley and Hilary Burgess – has an older sister, Rosa – majoring in business management at Wilmington University with aspirations of coaching and being a business consultant – from Stroud in Gloucestershire, England – perfect meal would be a 20 oz. steak with barbeque sauce – would be David Beckham or Arnold Schwarzenegger if he could be anyone for a day

24 | Javier Astudillo Freshman | Midfielder | 5-10 | 160 Rio de Janiero, Brazil / Balandra Cruz del Sur High School: Three year player at Balandra Cruz del Sur (Southern Cross) in Guayaquil, Ecuador – helped team to the Inter High School Tournament Championship in 2011 – named team MVP. Personal: Javier Andres Astudillo – son of Javier Astudillo and Priscilla Freire – has two older siblings, Paulette and Priscilla – majoring in Business and Entrepreneur at Wilmington University – from Guayaquil, Ecuador – Favorite athlete is Lionel Messi – hopes to be a successful entrepreneur

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19 | Jordan Ellison Freshman | Forward | 5-11 | 170 Stroudsburg, Pa. / Stroudsburg High School: Four year starter on the soccer team at Stroudsburg High School – named First Team All-Conference all four years – named All-State as a junior and a senior – named Regional All-American as a senior – named team MVP as a junior and senior – helped lead the team to the MVC and Pennsylvania District 11 Championship as a senior – also a four year starter on the football team as the kicker – named First Team All-Conference from 2010-12 – also competed on the track team for three years – member of Student Council – Honor Roll student. Personal: Jordon Davis Ellison – son of James and Aimee Ellison – has a younger brother, Joshua – father, James, played soccer at East Stroudsburg for four years – mother, Aimee, was an All-American field hockey player at East Stroudsburg – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Stroudsburg, Pa. – favorite pro sports team is New York Giants – would like to be a sports agent or coach

8 | Kris Michaels Freshman | Midfielder | 6-1 | 180 Pickering, Ontario / St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary

High School: Played soccer at St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Canada – named MVP of high school as a senior. Personal: Kristofer George Michael – son of Kenneth and Gail Michael – has a younger sibling, Sydney – majoring in accounting and finance at Wilmington University with aspirations for becoming an investment banker – from Pickering, Ontario – enjoys playing basketball and golfing – considers his father his role model and his mother a hero in his life

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20 | Bruno Montini Freshman | Midfielder | 5-10 | 160 Sao Paulo, Brazil / Franciscano Pio XII High School: Played three years on the soccer team at Colegio Franciscano Pio XII in Sao Paulo, Brazil – helped lead team to 187-6 overall record in three seasons – led team to a championship in 2011, with the team going 7-2-3 overall. Personal: Bruno Basile Montini – son of Luiz Antonio and Claudia Maria Montini – has an older brother Luiz Felipe Basile – majoring in marketing at Wilmington University with aspirations of working in sports marketing – from Sao Paulo, Brazil. – favorite movie is American Pie – most memorable sports moments was scoring in a semifinal game

12 | Steven O’Connor Freshman | Forward | 5-11 | 168 Watford, England / St. Joan of Arc High School: Played at St. Joan of Arc High School in London under head coach David Cooper from 2005-10 – played at Verulam School, a Boys’ Secondary School in St. Albans from 2010-12 under head coach David Bullock – named as a district and country representative. Personal: Steven Robert O’Connor – son of Michael and Kay O’Connor – has two older siblings, Michael and Simon – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – from Watford in Hertfordshire, England. – favorite movie is Fight Club – enjoys playing tennis

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13 | Geoff Velasquez Freshman | Midfielder | 5-10 | 165 New Castle, Del. / William Penn High School: Four year letterwinner at William Penn High School under Chris Wellborn and Bill Nuneville – ranked seventh in the state while earning First Team All-State in 2011 – also named First Team All-State in 2010. Personal: Geoffrey B. Velasquez-Zarate – son of Mr. Velasquez and Mrs. Zarate – has three siblings, Ivan, Christian, and Derek – majoring in Criminal Justice at Wilmington University – from New Castle, Del. – his favorite athlete is Lionel Messi – his favorite movie of all-time is Scarface – most played song on his iPod is “9 a.m. in Dallas” by Drake.

Starting Lineup vs.. #3 Franklin Pierce September 8, 2012

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2013 MEN’S SOCCER TEAM

Front Row (Left to Right): Javier Austudillo, Tim Bailey, Vitor Lima, Bruno Montini, Frank Hall, Aaron Brown, Spyros Stergiotis, Chad Jenkins, Femi Akintunde, Jordon Ellison, Ian Wattanga, Geoff Velasquez Back Row (Left to Right): Assistant Coach Andres Hurtado, Student Assistant Coach Ray Kuemmer, Associate Head Coach Jeff Zoyac, Alex Ricketts, Pedro Moreira, Elton Joe, Joe Woodley, Lance Berry, Otis Williams, Kris Michaels, Todd Woll, Tom Quaranta, Mike Valenti, Sam Fahnboto, Steve O’Connor, Matko Novak, Assistant Coach Miles Dean, Head Coach Nick Papanicolas

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATS 2012 Wilmington University Men's Soccer Wilmington Univ. Overall Individual Statistics (FINAL) All games

Overall: 12-8-0 Conf: 6-5-0 Home: 6-3-0 Away: 6-3-0 Neut: 0-2-0 ## 6 10 23 19 8 9 13 17 4 5 7 11 12 16 18 25 20 0 24 3

Player

gp-gs

g

NURNBERGER, Kresimir WILLIAMS, Otis BERRY, Lance MOREIRA, Pedro WIAH, Musa QUARANTA, Tom KUEMMER, Ray HENRY, Justus NOVAK, Matko HINTE, Zach LIMA, Vitor WATTANGA, Ian ANDERSON, Reafe WOLL, Todd FAHNBOTO, Sam MAYLOR, Everad RAHMANI, Shaheen BROWN, Aaron Lucas Rizzo VALENTI, Mike Total Opponents

20-19 19-18 20-15 20-4 18-13 19-17 20-20 20-20 20-20 17-6 16-1 12-5 14-6 17-10 17-17 5-0 10-0 3-0 1-0 17-9 20 20

3 6 5 5 4 4 4 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 32

# 0 22 00 TM

Goalie

gp-gs

BROWN, Aaron STERGIOTIS, Spyros JENKINS, Chad TEAM Total Opponents

1-0 11-10 10-9 20 20

a

pts

sh

10 16 31 2 14 37 4 14 36 1 11 21 2 10 48 2 10 29 2 10 26 2 6 8 0 4 23 0 4 11 0 2 13 0 2 3 1 1 5 1 1 2 0 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 105 306 26 90 207

sh% sog sog% gwg pk-att

.097 16 .516 .162 19 .514 .139 17 .472 .238 11 .524 .083 24 .500 .138 9 .310 .154 10 .385 .250 3 .375 .087 9 .3 9 1 .182 7 .636 .077 6 .4 6 2 .333 1 .333 .000 3 .6 0 0 .000 1 .500 .000 3 .3 7 5 .000 2 1.000 .000 2 1.000 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .0 0 0 .000 0 .000 .127 143 .467 .155 105 .507

Goal Average min ga gaavg

45:00 935:24 848:24 0:00 1828:48 1828:48

0 14 18 0 32 39

0.00 1.35 1.91 0.00 1.57 1.92

Saves saves

1 39 35 1 76 107

3 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 8

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

pct

w

1.000 .736 .660 1.000 .704 .733

0 8 4 0 12 8

Record l t

0 3 5 0 8 12

shutout

0 0 0 0 0 0

0.1 2.1 0.0 1.0 4 4

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents Shots by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents Saves by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

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1st 2nd

13 18

25 13

1st 2nd

132 165 95 110 1st 2nd

30 43

46 60

OT OT2 Total

1 0

0 1

39 32

OT OT2 Total

7 1

2 1

306 207

OT OT2 Total

0 3

0 1

76 107

Corners by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents Fouls by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

1st 2nd

53 37

38 38

1st 2nd

155 117 127 145

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

OT OT2 Total

3 1

1 0

95 76

OT OT2 Total

2 0

1 2

WU-MS 1315 9/146 2/28

275 274 Opponent 1065 9/118

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2012 RESULTS 2012 Wilmington University Men's Soccer Wilmington Univ. Game Results (FINAL) All games

Date Aug 30 Sep 01

Opponent vs LIU Post at U. of Bridgeport

L W

Sep 08

at Dominican College NY #3 FRANKLIN PIERCE

Sep 12

at Goldey-Beacom

*

Sep 15

*

Sep 19

BLOOMFIELD at Philadelphia U. at Post Eagles WEST CHESTER NYACK COLLEGE

*

*

*

Sep 6

Sep 22 Sep 25

*

Sep 29

*

10/1/2012 at Felician

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

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0

L

1-2 4-5

1-2-0 1-3-0

0-1-0 0-1-0

W

4-0

2-3-0

1-1-0

WOT

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

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

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

W

2-1

5-6-0

3-4-0

L

LO2 L L W

Oct 03

at Millersville

W

2-1

6-6-0

3-4-0

Oct 06

CONCORDIA DOWLING COLLEGE

L

Oct 13

W

0-1 3-1

6-7-0 7-7-0

3-5-0 3-5-0

*

Oct 16

CHESTNUT HILL

W

3-0

8-7-0

4-5-0

*

Oct 18

HOLY FAMILY

W

3-2

9-7-0

5-5-0

W

*

*

Oct 24

10/21/2012 at Caldwell College

QUEENS COLLEGE

W

1-0 4-1

10-7-0 11-7-0

6-5-0 6-5-0

Oct 31

at #4 Bloomfield

W

3-2

12-7-0

6-5-0

L

0-1

12-8-0

6-5-0

11/2/2012 vs #25 Post Eagles

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

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W-L-T 12-8 6-5 6-3 6-3 0-2 1-1

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 20 9 9 2

Total 2435 1315 1065 55

Att. Goals scored 55 MOREIRA, Pedro (WILLIAMS, Otis) 119 WATTANGA, Ian (NURNBERGER, Kresimir) MOREIRA, Pedro (unassisted) 75 BERRY, Lance (unassisted) 150 QUARANTA, Tom (penalty kick) MOREIRA, Pedro (WIAH, Musa) KUEMMER, Ray (unassisted) NOVAK, Matko (unassisted) 115 NURNBERGER, Kresimir (HENRY, Justus) HENRY, Justus (unassisted) MOREIRA, Pedro (WOLL, Todd) KUEMMER, Ray (unassisted) 275 68 Otis Williams (Tom Quaranta) 88 80 Zach Hinte (Kresimir Nurnberger) 160 Justus Henry (Kresimir Nurnberger) Tom Quaranta (unassisted) Lance B erry (R ay K uem m er;K resim ir N urnberger) Tom Quaranta (Pedro Moreira) 55 Otis Williams (Musa Wiah) Ray Kuemmer (Justus Henry) 215 Lance Berry (unassisted) Kresimir Nurnberger (unassisted) 100 110 Musa Wiah (unassisted) Otis Williams (Lance Berry) Musa Wiah (unassisted) 155 Lance Berry (unassisted) Otis Williams (Kresimir Nurnberger) Zach Hinte (Reafe Anderson) 155 Pedro Moreira (Kresimir Nurnberger) Lance Berry (Kresimir Nurnberger) K resim ir N urnberger (R ay K uem m er;O tis W illiam s) 155 Tom Quaranta (Kresimir Nurnberger) 130 Musa Wiah (Lance Berry) Ray Kuemmer (unassisted) Musa Wiah (Lance Berry) Vitor Lima (Kresimir Nurnberger) 175 Matko Novak (Kresimir Nurnberger) Otis Williams (Lance Berry) Otis Williams (Tom Quaranta) -

Avg. 122 146 118 28

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2012 CACC STANDINGS

2012 CACC Tournament Seeding 1. Post 2 Dominican 3. Philadelphia 4. Bloomfield 5. Wilmington 6. Nyack 7. Holy Family 8. Caldwell

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2012 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC Quarterfinals - October 31, 2012 #8 Caldwell #1 Post

0 0

Post advances on PKs, 4-1

#7 Holy Family #2 Dominican

1 1

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#6 Nyack #3 Philadelphia

4 0

#5 Wilmington #4 Bloomfield

3 2

CACC Semifinals - November 2, 2012 #4 Wilmington #1 Post

0 1

#6 Nyack #2 Dominican

1 4

CACC Championship - November 4, 2012 #2 Dominican #1 Post

1 1

Dominican wins on PKs, 3-2

CACC All-Tournament Team Andre Ruiz, Dominican - MVP Manual Valencia, Dominican Christopher Walsh, Dominican Alex Rodier, Dominican Clodalain Lolo, Dominican Joe Baccielo, Post Errol Reid, Post Raphael Moura, Post Felix Horn, Nyack Marko Likos, Nyack Spyros Stergiotis, Wilmington Otis Williams, Wilmington

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First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Errol Reid, Post University Felix Horn, Nyack College Kevin Ipina, Post University Momar Diop, Bloomfield College Marco Likos, Nyack College Sony Narro, Dominican College Pedro De araujo, Dominican College Joe Baccielo, Post University Dodji Freitas, Holy Family University Ben Kwast, Nyack College Travis Lobb, Philadelphia University

Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Neil Kwiatkowski, Philadelphia University Andres Ruiz, Dominican College Steven Hobart, Bloomfield College Ani Lekaj, Post University Keleenna Onyeaka, Felician College Diego Mayanga, Bloomfield College Gustavo Ferreira, Post University Josh Delva, Felician College Jorge Zubillaga, Dominican College Kemar Richards, Bloomfield College Facundo Zalazar, Caldwell College Kresimir Nurnberger, Wilmington University All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention Matthew Shutter, Dominican Ira Woodruff, Holy Family Steve Petrosino, Caldwell Mikey Robinson, Nyack Award Winners 2012 CACC Player of the Year: Joe Baccielo, Post 2012 CACC Rookie of the Year: Raphael Moura, Post 2012 CACC Coach of the Year: Ted Haley, Post 2012 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Goldey-Beacom

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-AMERICANS Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2009 ........................... 1st Team Daktronics Nick McDonald ...................... 2009 ...........................3rd Team Daktronics Jamal Wiggins ....................... 2009 ...........................3rd Team Daktronics Dave Dease............................ 2009 .......... Honorable Mention Daktronics Fatoma Turay ......................... 2009 .......... Honorable Mention Daktronics

WILMINGTON ALL-REGION PERFORMERS Dan Mangat .......................... 2006 ................................2nd Team NSCAA Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2006 ................................2nd Team NSCAA Billy Curran ........................... 2007 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Selekie Kamara ..................... 2007 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2007 ................................2nd Team NSCAA Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2008 ................................2nd Team NSCAA Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2009 ............................................................ ................................................... Daktronics East Region Player of the Year .......................................................1st Team Daktronics; 1st Team NSCAA Fatoma Turay ......................... 20091st Team Daktronics; 2nd Team NSCAA Dave Dease............................ 20091st Team Daktronics; 2nd Team NSCAA Nickalus McDonald................ 2009 ........................... 1st Team Daktronics Duhan Malali......................... 2009 .................................3rd Team NSCAA Tony DiVirgilio ....................... 2010 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Kresimir Nurnberger.............. 2012 .................................3rd Team NSCAA

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS Jared Hughart ....................... 2004 ........................................... 2nd Team Dan Mangat .......................... 2005 ........................................... 2nd Team Hared Hughart ...................... 2005 ........................................... 2nd Team Oren Segev ............................ 2005 ............................Honorable Mention Dan Mangat .......................... 2006 .............................................1st Team Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2006 .............................................1st Team Greg DiDiego ......................... 2006 ........................................... 2nd Team Joe Galasso............................ 2006 ............................Honorable Mention Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2007 .............................................1st Team Dan Mangat .......................... 2007 ........................................... 2nd Team Selekie Kamara ..................... 2007 ........................................... 2nd Team Agustin Aguilera ................... 2007 ........................................... 2nd Team Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2008 .............................................1st Team Billy Curran ........................... 2008 ........................................... 2nd Team Fatoma Turay ......................... 2008 ........................................... 2nd Team Dave Dease............................ 2009 .............................................1st Team Jamal Wiggins ....................... 2009 .............................................1st Team Nickalus McDonald................ 2009 .............................................1st Team Fatoma Turay ......................... 2009 .............................................1st Team

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Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2009 .............................................1st Team Duhan Malali......................... 2009 ........................................... 2nd Team Tony DiVirgilio ....................... 2010 .............................................1st Team Nickalus McDonald................ 2010 ........................................... 2nd Team Jorge Zapata ......................... 2010 ........................................... 2nd Team Danny Nguyen ...................... 2010 ............................Honorable Mention Justus Henry ......................... 2011 .............................................1st Team Kresimir Nurnberger.............. 2011 .............................................1st Team Eddie Kowalo ........................ 2011 .............................................1st Team Jose Hernandez ..................... 2011 ........................................... 2nd Team Ray Kuemmer........................ 2011 ........................................... 2nd Team Kresimir Nurnberger.............. 2012 ........................................... 2nd Team

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2006 .............................. Rookie of the Year Nick Papanicolas ................... 2006 ................................Coach of the Year Sargbah Tarpeh ..................... 2009 ............................... Player of the Year Nick Papanicolas ................... 2009 ................................Coach of the Year

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Phil Nuzzi ......................................................................................... 2004 Greg Mattei ...................................................................................... 2005 Selekie Kamara ................................................................................ 2006 Dan Mangat ..................................................................................... 2006 Dan Mangat (MVP)........................................................................... 2007 Billy Curan ........................................................................................ 2007 Joe Stant .......................................................................................... 2007 Sargbah Tarpeh ................................................................................ 2007 Fatoma Turay .................................................................................... 2007 Sargbah Tarpeh ................................................................................ 2008 Duhan Malali.................................................................................... 2009 Dave Dease....................................................................................... 2009 Tony DiVirgilio .................................................................................. 2010 Spyros Stergiotis .............................................................................. 2012 Otis Williams .................................................................................... 2012

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RECORD BOOK TEAM RECORDS Most Goals Scored, Game - 11, vs. Goldey-Beacom (11-0), Oct. 6, 2011 10 vs. District of Columbia, Sept. 7, 2008 Most Goals Scored, Season - 60, 2009 (23 games) Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal: 27, 2007-08 Most Goals Allowed, Game - 7, at Le Moyne, Sept. 3, 2005 Most Goals Allowed, Season - 34, 2011 Least Goals Allowed, Season – 20, 2007; 2009 Most Assists, Game - 10, vs. Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 6, 2011 10, vs. Columbia Union, Sept. 24, 2008 Most Assists, Season – 50, 2009 (23 games) Most Shots on Goal, Game - 38, vs. Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 6, 2011 Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Game Most Shots on Goal, Season - 143, 2012 (20 games) Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Season – 76, (2010) Most Corner Kicks, Game Most Corner Kicks Allowed, Game Most Corner Kicks, Season - 112, 2006; 2011 Most Corner Kicks Allowed – 116, 2008 Most Shutouts, Season - 9, 2009 Most Shutouts Allowed, Season - 8, 2004; 2005 Most Consecutive Shutouts - 2, 2004; 2005; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010 Most Consecutive Games Shutout – 5, 2005 Largest Margin of Victory - 11-0, vs. Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 6, 2011 Largest Margin of Defeat – 0-7, at Le Moyne, Sept. 3, 2005 Most Wins, Season - 19, 2009 (19-3-1) Most Losses, Season - 11, 2005; 2010 Most Ties, Season - 4, 2004; 2006; 2011 Best Record - 19-3-1 (.848), 2009 Worst Record - 5-11-2 (.333), 2005 Most Consecutive Wins - 15, 2009 Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season - 3, 2009 Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten - 16, 2009 (15-0-1) Most Consecutive Losses - 8, 2004-05 Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season - 4, 2010 Most Consecutive Ties - 2, 2004; 2006; 2007-08; Consecutive Conference Wins - 11, 2009 Consecutive Conference Losses - 4, 2004-05

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Longest Conference Unbeaten Streak - 14, 2008-09 Consecutive Home Wins - 13, 2009 Consecutive Road Wins - 5, 2009 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons - 4, 2006-2009 Longest Game Most Games Played, Season - 23, 2009 Most Improved Record - 5-11-2 in 2005 to 11-5-4 in 2006

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games Played, Season - 23, Chris Simm, Sargbah Tarpeh, Danny Nguyen and Nickalus McDonald (2009) Most Games Played, Career - 79, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09); 77, Fatoma Turay (2006-09); 76 Dave Dease (2006-09) Most Goals, Game - 3, Sargbah Tarpeh vs. Concordia, Oct. 10, 2009 3, Sargbah Tarpeh at Nyack, Sept. 12, 2009 3, Sargbah Tarpeh at Bloomfield, Sept. 26, 2009 Most Goals, Season - 21, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Most Goals, Season (Freshman) - 12, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006)/ Eddie Kowalo (2011) Most Goals, Career - 56, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal Most Assists, Game - 4, Fatoma Turay vs. District of Columbia, Sept. 7, 2008 Most Assists, Season - 12, Kresimir Nurnberger (2011) 12, Sargbah Tarpeh (2009) Most Assists, Season (Freshman) - 5, Eddie Kowalo (2011) Most Assists, Career - 26, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Most Points, Game - 7, Sargbah Tarpeh vs. Concordia, Oct. 10, 2009 Most Points, Season - 54, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Most Points, Season (Freshman) - 29, Eddie Kowalo (2011) Most Points, Career - 138, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Most Shots, Game - 11, Eddie Kowalo at Holy Family, Sept. 27, 2011 Most Shots, Season - 93, Sargbah Tarpeh (2009) Most Shots, Career - 297, Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) Most Goalie Minutes Played, Season - 1870, Ethan Kavanagh (2008) Most Goalie Minutes Played, Career - 5566, Dan Mangat (2004-07)

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RECORD BOOK Most Goalie Saves, Game - 16, Dan Mangat vs.. Le Moyne, Aug. 25, 2006 Most Goalie Saves, Season - 141, Dan Mangat (2006) - 25 GA, 141 sv Most Goalie Saves, Career - 368, Dan Mangat (2004-07)

Season Goals 1. 2. 3.

Sargbah Tarpeh (2009) ............................................. 21 Sargbah Tarpeh (2008) ............................................. 14 Sargbah Tarpeh (2006) ............................................. 12 Eddie Kowalo (2011) ................................................. 12 Nickalus McDonald (2009) ........................................ 12 Tom Quaranta (2011) ................................................ 9 Sargbah Tarpeh (2007) ............................................. 9 Agustin Aguilera (2007)............................................ 7 Jorge Zapata (2009) .................................................. 6 Manny Payton (2011) ............................................... 6 Otis Williams (2012) ................................................. 6

Most Shutouts, Season - 7, Duhan Malali (2009); 7, Dan Mangat (2007) Most Shutouts, Career - 14, Dan Mangat (2004-07)

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Most Consecutive Shutout Minutes Fewest Goals Allowed, Season -

8. 9.

Best Save Percentage, Season - . 864, Duhan Malali (2009) - 12 GA, 76 sv .849, Dan Mangat (2006) - 25 GA, 141 sv Best Save Percentage, Career - .821, Dan Mangat (2004-07) - 80 GA, 368 svs

Career Assists

Best Goals Allowed Average, Season 0.75, Duhan Malali (2009) - 12 GA, 1436 minutes 1.00, Dan Mangat (2007) - 19 GA, 1717 minutes 1.07, Ethan Kavanagh (2009) - 8 GA, 674 minutes Best Goals Allowed Average, Career - 1.22, Duhan Malali (2009-10) - 41 GA, 3016 minutes

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

ALL-TIME TOP 10 LISTS Career Goals 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) ........................................ 56 Nickalus McDonald (2008-11)................................... 19 Eddie Kowalo (2010-11) ........................................... 13 Tom Quaranta (2011-12) ................................13 Fatoma Turay (2006-09)............................................ 11 Jorge Zapata (2009-10) ............................................ 11 Joe Galasso (2005-06) .............................................. 10 Agustin Aguilera (2007-09) ...................................... 10 Joe Stant (2007-10) .................................................. 9 Ray Kuemmer (2011-12) .......................................... 8 Jared Hughart (2004-05) .......................................... 8 Manny Payton (2010-11) .......................................... 8

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Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) ........................................ 26 Kresimir Nurnberger (2011-12) ................................ 22 Fatoma Turay (2006-09)............................................ 20 Nickalus McDonald (2008-11)................................... 12 Probyn Allen (2004-09) ............................................ 11 Ray Kuemmer (2011-12) .......................................... 9 Oren Segev (2005-07)............................................... 9 Sean Reilly (2005-06) ............................................... 8 Dave Dease (2006-09)............................................... 7 Anthony Randazzo (2007-10) ................................... 7 Joe Galasso (2004-06) .............................................. 7 Joe Stant (2007-10) .................................................. 7 Eddie Kowalo (2010-11) ........................................... 7

Season Assists 1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Kresimir Nurnberger (2011) ...................................... 12 Sargbah Tarpeh (2009) ............................................. 12 Kresimir Nurnberger (2012) ...................................... 10 Fatoma Turay (2009) ................................................. 9 Sargbah Tarpeh (2008) ............................................. 8 Fatoma Turay(2008) .................................................. 8 Ray Kuemmer (2011) ................................................ 7 Sean Reilly (2006)..................................................... 6 Nickalus McDonald (2009) ........................................ 6 Joe Galasso (2006) .................................................... 5 Chris Simm (2009) .................................................... 5 Probyn Allen (2007) .................................................. 5 Eddie Kowalo (2011) ................................................. 5

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Season Goalie Saves

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

1. Dan Mangat (2006)................................................... 141 2. Dan Mangat (2005)................................................... 99 3. Ethan Kavanagh (2008) ............................................ 96 4. Dan Mangat (2007)................................................... 95 5. Duhan Malali (2009) ................................................. 76 6. Duhan Malali (2010) ................................................. 72 7. Spyros Stergiotis (2011) ............................................ 71 8. Josh Ruggiero (2004) ................................................ 62 9. Spyros Stergiotis (2012) ............................................ 39 10. Chad Jenkins (2012) ................................................. 35 *Players in Bold in career stats are still active

Sargbah Tarpeh (2006-09) ........................................ 138 Nickalus McDonald (2008-11)................................... 50 Fatoma Turay (2006-09)............................................ 42 Kresimir Nurnberger (2011-12) ................................ 36 Eddie Kowalo (2010-11) ........................................... 33 Tom Quaranta (2011-12) ................................29 Jorge Zapata (2009-10) ............................................ 28 Joe Galasso (2004-06) .............................................. 27 Ray Kuemmer (2011-12) .......................................... 25 Agustin Aguilera (2007-08) ...................................... 25 Probyn Allen (2004-09) ............................................ 25 Joe Stant (2007-10) .................................................. 25

Season Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Sargbah Tarpeh (2009) ............................................. 54 Sargbah Tarpeh (2008) ............................................. 36 Nickalus McDonald (2009) ........................................ 30 Eddie Kowalo (2011) ................................................. 29 Sargbah Tarpeh (2006) ............................................. 28 Sargbah Tarpeh (2007) ............................................. 20 Kresimir Nurnberger (2011) ...................................... 20 Tom Quaranta (2011) ................................................ 19 Jorge Zapata (2009) .................................................. 16 Agustin Aguilera (2007)............................................ 16 Manny Payton (2011) ............................................... 16 Kresimir Nurnberger (2012) ...................................... 16

Career Goalie Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Dan Mangat (2004-07) ............................................. 368 Duhan Malali (2009-10) ........................................... 148 Ethan Kavanagh (2008-09) ....................................... 126 Spyros Stergiotis (2011-12) ............................110 Josh Ruggiero (2004) ................................................ 62 Chad Jenkins (2012).......................................35 John Allen (2011) ..................................................... 16 Russell Dobos (2010-11) ........................................... 11 Patrick O’Leary (2005)............................................... 8 Bobby Vandenbraak (2006-07) ................................. 5

Sargbah Tarpeh vs. Goldey-Beacom, 2009

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2006 (11-5-4, 5-1-2 CACC)

2005 (5-11-2, 2-4-2 CACC)

2004 (4-10-4, 4-3-1 CACC) Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Greg DiDiego, Chester Harding, Paulo Ramos

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Mike Andrews, Greg DiDiego, Jared Hughart, Andres Hurtado

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Matt Andrews, Greg DiDiego, Joe Galasso

Date Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov.

Date Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov.

Date Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

30 3 5 7 11 15 21 23 25 4 5 9 11 16 19 22 28 2

Opponent/Site .............. Result Le Moyne.................................L 0-3 vs.. Assumption .......................T 1-1 at American International .......L 2-4 Molloy .....................................T 0-0 *Teikyo Post .......................... W 3-0 at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 2-1 at *Holy Family ..................... W 2-1 Shepherd.................................T 0-0 *Caldwell ................................T 1-1 at *Felician ..............................L 0-3 at *Bloomfield ...................... W 3-1 at Mercy ..................................L 0-1 *Dominican .............................L 0-1 at *Nyack ................................L 0-3 at Millersville ..........................L 1-5 West Chester ...........................L 0-2 at Kutztown ............................L 1-2 #Caldwell ................................L 2-3

27 28 31 3 4 7 10 17 20 24 29 1 4 8 12 19 27 1

Opponent/Site .............. Result at West Chester .......................L 0-1 vs.. District of Columbia......... W 4-0 St. Thomas Aquinas .................L 2-4 at Le Moyne.............................L 0-7 vs.. Saint Rose .........................L 0-1 Mercy ......................................L 0-2 at *Post ........................... L 0-1 (OT) at *Dominican .........................L 0-3 *Holy Family ......................... W 1-0 at *Caldwell ............................L 1-2 at Molloy ............................... W 2-1 *Felician ..................................L 1-2 *Bloomfield .......................... W 2-1 *Nyack ....................................T 2-2 Lincoln (Pa.) .......................... W 1-0 *Goldey-Beacom .....................T 0-0 at District of Columbia .............L 0-3 at #Felician ..............................L 1-2

25 26 31 1 3 6 10 13 16 19 23 27 30 2 7 12 14 17 21 26

Opponent/Site .............. Result Le Moyne............................... W 3-1 Saint Rose ......................W 2-1 (OT) at St. Thomas Aquinas .............L 0-2 California (Pa.) ...................... W 3-0 American International ...........L 2-3 at Mercy ..................................L 0-3 at *Bloomfield ...................... W 5-0 Molloy ............................W 4-3 (OT) *Nyack .................................. W 2-0 *Holy Family ......................... W 3-2 at *Felician ............................ W 2-1 at Lincoln .............................. W 3-2 at *Caldwell .................... T 1-1 (OT) at Rowan ......................... T 1-1 (OT) at *Dominican .........................L 0-3 at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 2-1 *Post ............................... T 1-1 (OT) District of Columbia ............... W 2-0 Millersville ...................... T 1-1 (OT) vs.. Post (at Rutherford, N.J.) ...L 0-1

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Semifinal % CACC Championship

2004 Team Photo

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2007 (12-5-2, 7-1-1 CACC) Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Dan Mangat, Sargbah Tarpeh, Rob Traynor Date Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Opponent/Site .............. Result 24 at Le Moyne.............................L 2-3 25 vs.. Saint Rose (at Syracuse, N.Y.) W 2-1 1 vs.. St. Thomas Aquinas (at Holy Family) .. W 3-2 4 vs.. Assumption (at Holy Family).W 1-0 8 *Dominican .............................L 0-2 12 NYIT ........................................L 0-2 15 Mercy .................................... W 2-0 18 *Goldey-Beacom ................... W 4-0 22 at *Nyack .............................. W 5-1 25 *Chestnut Hill ....................... W 4-1 29 *Felician ................................ W 4-2 3 at *Holy Family ..............W 1-0 (OT) 6 *Caldwell ........................ T 1-1 (OT) 8 at Rowan .................................L 1-3 13 *Bloomfield .......................... W 1-0 18 West Chester ...........................L 1-2 20 at *Post ................................. W 3-0 31 vs.. #Caldwell (at Rutherford, N.J.) ....W 1-0

(OT)

Nov. 3

2008 (12-6-2, 7-2-1 CACC) Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Billy Curan, Sargbah Tarpeh Date Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov.

28 29 3 7 10 17 20 24 27 1 4 9 11 14 18 21 23 25 30 4

Opponent/Site .............. Result Le Moyne......................... T 1-1 (OT) Lock Haven ............................ W 1-0 Southern New Hampshire ..... W 1-0 District of Columbia ............. W 10-1 at #23 Millersville....................L 2-4 *Philadelphia .................W 3-2 (OT) at *Bloomfield ........................L 1-3 Columbia Union .................... W 7-1 at NYIT .................................. W 1-0 at #22 East Stroudsburg ..........L 1-5 at *Felician ............................ W 2-0 at *Holy Family ..................... W 2-1 *Caldwell .............................. W 2-1 *Goldey-Beacom ............W 2-1 (OT) #22 *Dominican ......................L 0-1 at West Chester ............... L 2-3 (OT) at *Chestnut Hill.................... W 2-1 at *Nyack .............................. W 2-1 *Post ............................... T 0-0 (OT) at %Post..................................L 1-2 Dan Mangat, CACC Tournament, 2007

vs.. %Holy Family (at Rutherford, N.J.)T 1-1 (OT)

2009 (19-3-1, 11-0 CACC)

.............. WU wins PK Shootout, 5-3 * CACC Contest # Nationally ranked opponent % CACC Tournament Quarterfinal ^ CACC Tournament Semifinals & NCAA East Regional Tournament First Round

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Dave Dease, Anthony Randazzo, Sargbah Tarpeh, Mario Yepes Date Opponent/Site .............. Result Aug. 27 #19 East Stroudsburg ............ W 2-1 Aug. 29 NYIT ...................................... W 2-1 Sept. 3 vs.. Saint Anselm (at Manchester, N.H.)...W 1-0

Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.

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at #20 Southern New Hampshire . L 0-1

Bridgeport............................. W 5-1 at Le Moyne.............................L 1-2 at *Nyack .............................. W 3-0 #3 Millersville.................W 3-2 (OT) at *Chestnut Hill.................... W 2-0

Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov.

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at *Bloomfield ...................... W 3-2 at *Holy Family ..................... W 3-2 *Caldwell .............................. W 4-1 *Goldey-Beacom ................... W 5-1 West Chester ......................... W 3-0 *Concordia ............................ W 9-0 *Philadelphia ........................ W 4-3 at Lock Haven ........................ W 2-0 #18 *Dominican .................... W 2-0 *Felician ................................ W 2-1 *Post ..................................... W 3-1 %Goldey-Beacom ................. W 2-0 ^Bloomfield ................... T 0-0 (OT) ........Bloomfield wins shootout, 4-2

Nov. 14 at #22 &Southern New HampshireL 0-1 (OT)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Tony DiVirgilio, Duhan Malali, Mario Yepes Date Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov.

2 4 5 8 13 15 18 21 25 28 6 9 12 14 16 21 23 27 2

Opponent/Site .............. Result *Bloomfield .................... L 0-1 (OT) vs.. Mercy (at West Chester, Pa.)L 0-3 at West Chester .......................L 2-5 Merrimack ...............................L 3-5 at *Felician ............................ W 1-0 at Millersville ..........................L 1-3 at *Post ................................. W 1-0 *Chestnut Hill ....................... W 2-1 *Nyack ....................................L 0-2 *Holy Family ................... T 0-0 (OT) at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 3-0 at *Dominican .........................L 0-1 at East Stroudsburg ............... W 1-0 at *Philadelphia ......................L 0-2 Dowling .......................... L 1-2 (OT) at *Concordia ........................ W 2-1 at *Caldwell ............................L 0-3 at Bridgeport................... T 2-2 (OT) %Post.............................. L 1-2 (OT)

2012 (12-8, 6-5 CACC)

2011 (8-7-4, 7-2-2 CACC)

2010 (6-11-2, 5-5-1 CACC)

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Ryan Doyle, Nickalus McDonald

Head Coach: Nick Papanicolas Captains: Ray Kuemmer, Kresimir Nurnberger

Date Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Date Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov.

1 2 4 10 14 17 20 25 27 29 1 4 6 8 12 15 18 22 31

Opponent/Site .............. Result at Queens (N.Y.).......................L 1-5 at Bentley........................ T 1-1 (OT) at #6 Franklin Pierce ................L 0-1 at Merrimack ................... T 1-1 (OT) *Philadelphia ........................ W 2-0 at *Nyack ................................L 2-3 at *Chestnut Hill.................... W 3-0 #20 Millersville...................... W 4-2 at *Holy Family ............... T 1-1 (OT) Bridgeport...............................L 2-6 #18 *Post .............................. W 4-0 *Dominican ..................... T 1-1 (OT) *Goldey-Beacom ................. W 11-0 *Concordia ............................ W 3-1 at Dowling ..............................L 0-1 at *Bloomfield ...............W 5-4 (OT) *Felician .......................... L 1-2 (OT) *Caldwell .............................. W 3-1 %Nyack ...................................L 0-4

Opponent/Site .............. Result 30 1 6 8 12 15 19 22 25 29 1 3 6 13 16 18 21 24 31 2

vs.. LIU Post (at Bridgeport, Conn.)L 1-3

at Bridgeport......................... W 2-1 at *Dominican .........................L 1-2 #3 Franklin Pierce ....................L 4-5 at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 4-0 *Bloomfield .................... L 0-1 (OT) at *Philadelphia ......................L 1-3 at *Post ...................................L 0-4 West Chester ......................... W 1-0 *Nyack ...........................W 4-3 (OT) at *Felician ............................ W 2-1 at Millersville ........................ W 2-1 *Concordia ..............................L 0-1 Dowling ................................ W 3-1 *Chestnut Hill ....................... W 3-0 *Holy Family ......................... W 3-2 at *Caldwell .......................... W 1-0 Queens (N.Y.)......................... W 4-1 at %Bloomfield ..................... W 3-2 at #25 ^Post ...........................L 0-1

* CACC Contest # Nationally ranked opponent % CACC Tournament Quarterfinal ^ CACC Tournament Semifinals & NCAA East Regional Tournament First Round

2007 CACC Tournament Champions

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LOCATION MAP Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway | Newark, DE 19702

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Directions from main campus Follow directions to New Castle Campus. Continue on DuPont Highway (Route 13/40 South). Bear right to continue on Route 40 West. Cross under the Route 1 bypass and continue on 40. New Athletic Facility parking lot is on the right hand side following Walther Road and the turf field.

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CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE

Wilmington University 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 356-9435 Toll Free: (866) 922-2871 Fax: (302) 328-7376 athletics@wilmu.edu www.wilmu.edu/athletics Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 (302) 328-9435 Fax: (302)328-7376

1. Philadelphia University 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144

6. Felician College 223 Montross Avenue Rutherford, NJ 07070

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2. Goldey-Beacom College 4701 Limestone Road Wilmington, DE 19808

3. University of the Sciences 600 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Holy Family University 9801 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114

7. Bloomfield College 467 Franklin Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003

8. Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006

9. Dominican College 470 Western Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962

11. Post University 800 Country Club Road Waterbury, CT 06708

12. Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

13. Concordia College 171 White Plains Road Bronxville, NY 10708

5. Georgian Court University 900 Lakewood Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701

10. Nyack College 1 South Boulevard Nyack, NY 10960

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