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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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COACHING STAFF mountaineer Profiles

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2 Gameday in Morgantown 4 Arizona Training Trip 6 In the Spotlight 8 Mountaineers in the Pros 10 All-Americans 12 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium 14 Locker Room 16 Practice Facility 18 Caperton Indoor Facility 20 ProZone 21 Mid-American Conference 22 Strength and Conditioning 24 Athletic Training 26 Mountaineers in the Community 28 Student-Athlete Support 32 Campus Life 36 Mountaineer Excellence

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Coaching Staff

Marlon LeBlanc Chad Brown Dan Stratford Support Staff

Mountaineer Profiles

50 Rosters 52 Haydon Bennett 53 Andy Bevin 54 Ryan Cain 55 Zack Claudio 56 Paul Ehrenworth 57 Francio Henry 58 Lee Johnston

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West Virginia University Zak Leedom Jamie Merriam Majed Osman Nick Raskasky Craig Stephens Kyle Underwood Jay Williams Josh Barney/Ivo Cabral Griffin Libhart/Brent Arnold Mike Desiderio/Christian Diaz Jack Driscoll/Jack Elliott Alex Ochoa/Kyle Richards

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72 Forwards 73 Midfielders 74 Defenders 75 Goalkeepers 76 Opponent Information 82 83 84 85 86

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Credits: The 2013 West Virginia University men’s soccer guide has been published by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Managing Editor: Joe Swan Editor: Grant Dovey Author: Grant Dovey Page Layout & Design: Grant Dovey, BlaineTurner Advertising, Inc. Cover Design: Provations Group Photographers: All-Pro Photography by Dale Sparks, Bill Barrett, Bob Beverly, John Bright, Grant Dovey, M.G. Ellis, Pete Emerson, Dan Friend, Jeff Geissler, Tim Goodenow, David Green, Mike Hardy, Julia Lucas, Dan Nagy, Brian Persinger, Steven M. Prunty, Chuck Scheer, Steve Smith, Martin Valent, WVU Athletic Archives, WVU Photographic Servies, Alison Toffle, David Zicherman. Contributors: Lisa Ammons, Michael Fragale, Tim Goodenow, Katie Kane, Brian Kuppelweiser, Cheryl Maust, Shannon McNamara, Bryan Messerly, Mike Montoro, Mackenzie Mullenax, Abby Norman, Amy Prunty, John Riedesel. © 2013 West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

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2012 Review

Season Recap Team Statistics Overall Individual Statistics MAC Individual Statistics Season Results

100 NCAA Tournament Records 102 Coaching Records 103 Year-by-Year Records 104 Series Records 106 All-Time Results 112 Professional Players 114 All-Americans 116 Honors/Awards 118 All-Time Roster

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Media Information

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President Dr. James P. Clements Director of Athletics Oliver Luck Athletics Senior Staff WVU Head Coaches Athletic Facilities Media Information WVU Sports Communications

The indicia depicted are registered trademarks of West Virginia University. West Virginia University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.

Record Book

Season/Career/Team Records Top Performances Season Leaders Dick Dlesk Records Yearly Team Stats Career Stats WVUsports.com //

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GAMEDAY IN MORGANTOWN Mountaineer fans pack the stands to be ¡

the extra man, knowing their voices make a difference.

They come early, they like to be heard and they ¡

stay until the final whistle blows. It’s the kind of noise that turns a home field into a home-field advantage and makes it difficult for visiting teams to come away with a victory.

The stands at Dick Dlesk are buzzing with a ¡

boisterous student section that sits just feet away from the playing field.

Fans throughout the state and the Mountaineer ¡

Maniacs come out to cheer on the Old Gold and Blue.

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Since the 2006 season, West Virginia men’s ¡

soccer has drawn 27 crowds better than 1,000 fans at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium, making it one of the most intimidating environments in all of college soccer.

Three of the last four seasons have seen the ¡ Mountaineers ranked in the Top 25 in home attendance and WVU has a 24-5 combined home record during the past three seasons.

The Mountaineers also drew a school-record ¡

2,938 fans on opening night in 2009 against UCSanta Barbara.


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Mountaineer fans pack the stands to be the extra man, knowing their

voice makes a difference. They come early, they like to be heard and

they stay until the

final whistle blows.

Home Wins Over Ranked Opponents Since 2006 Date

Opponent

Result Attendance

9/2/06 9/23/06 10/18/06 10/19/07 11/28/07 10/15/08 9/25/09 9/5/10 10/8/11 10/18/11 11/17/11

#19 Cal State Northridge #21 Seton Hall #6 Notre Dame #1 Connecticut #25 Virginia #22 Ohio State #3 South Florida #23 UNC Wilmington #13 Georgetown #1 Connecticut #25 Xavier

W, 2-1 W, 5-3 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1

227 703 2,153 1,773 1,112 1,123 1,574 1,041 811 1,719 253

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ARIZONA TRAINING TRIP “Everything our team needs in order to be successful is right at our fingertips. Our coaches have provided us with such an amazing opportunity and its up to us to take advantage of this time we have here and carry this experience with us throughout our season. Our future as a team looks bright so far and I am absolutely blessed to be apart of it.”

– Zak Leedom

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mountaineer men’s soccer During the first week of the 2013 preseason, the WVU men’s soccer team took advantage of a new ¡

NCAA rule and held an inaugural four-day preseason training trip to Grande Sports Academy in Casa Grande, Ariz.

The $20 million state-of-the-art facility is home to Real Salt Lake’s MLS Academy teams and ¡ features nine professional grade soccer fields, as well as a top-notch golf course.

The trip provided instant team bonding with four days full of practice and classroom work. The team ¡

had five practices out on the pitch, as well as the annual Gold-Blue game that featured a number of local WVU alumni in attendance. Prior to the Gold-Blue game, the entire team played a nine-hole twoman scramble on the golf course.

The classroom featured team philosophy sessions and life lessons from WVU Fellowship of Christian ¡ Athletes men’s chaplain Josh Sonoga.

“I am so impressed with the kids on the team. Every one of those kids came up to me, looked me in the eye, introduced themselves and shook my hand. It’s a great group of kids.”

– Kevin White,

Casa Grande native and former WVU quarterback

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT Choosing to become a Mountaineer is special. Without a ยก

professional sports team in the state, folks across the state and throughout the region love West Virginia athletics.

No school helps its student-athletes more than the people at ยก WVU. West Virginia is a place where the natives are as rock solid as the mountains for which the state is known.

Mountaineers have the unique opportunity to represent ยก

themselves, their teammates and their university to news media, alumni, friends, family and the general public. Your interaction with these groups is also part of your educational process.

If you take advantage of these opportunities, it can have a ยก

positive effect, not only on your career as a student-athlete at West Virginia, but also on your life after you have donned the Old Gold and Blue.

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WVU men’s soccer is passionate, a point of pride and a way of life.

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RAY GADDIS

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE PROS “I want to thank all of the coaches, West Virginia University and the athletic department for putting me in the right environment to become a pro. I also want to thank Coach LeBlanc who took a chance on me and thought I deserved to play for WVU.”

Raymon Gaddis – Philadelphia Union

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mountaineer men’s soccer West Virginia has had a total of 27 players on ¡

Playing in the States is Peabo Doue (Phoenix ¡

Raymon Gaddis became WVU’s first-ever ¡

Former Mountaineers Paul Cunningham ¡

professional rosters with six players currently representing the Mountaineers throughout the United State and internationally.

SuperDraft selection when he was picked 35th overall by the Philadelphia Union in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. Gaddis has become a key component and a regular in the Starting XI.

FC – USL Pro), Nick Noble (Harrisburg City – USL Pro) and Aaron Pitchkolan (Minnesota FC – North American Soccer League).

(Balestier Khalsa – S.League) and Andy Wright (Morecambe – League Two) have taken their talents overseas.

“I truly believe, had I not attended West Virginia University, I wouldn’t be where I am today, playing for the most prestigious club in the MLS.”

Devon McTavish – D.C. United

AARON PITCHKOLAN

PEABO DOUE

DAN STRATFORD

JARROD SMITH

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JON CAPON

ALL-AMERICANS When talent meets coaching, the result is ¡

undeniable as evidenced by the WVU men’s soccer program under head coach Marlon LeBlanc.

LeBlanc has produced five of WVU’s 14 ¡

overall All-American selections, including first teamer’s Nick Noble and Jarrod Smith in 2006.

WALT NISTORENKO

In 2012, Eric Schoenle became WVU’s second ¡

multi-year All-American as he earned second team Senior CLASS Award All-America honors after capping a stellar four-year career.

Each year, the Mountaineer men’s soccer ¡

roster is filled with talent, looking for the next All-America performer.

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NICK NOBLE

ERIC SCHOENLE


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Ron McEachen 1967

Walt Nistorenko 1967, 1968

Pat Sullivan 1968

Jon Capon 1981

Nick Noble 2006

Jarrod Smith 2007

Andy Wright 2007

Raymon Gaddis 2010

Eric Schoenle 2011, 2012

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DICK DLESK SOCCER STADIUM “Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is one of the premier stadiums in the country. It’s 120 x 80 yards in size and is one of the biggest in NCAA. There are permanent stands, a locker room and concession area: everything you want in a college soccer stadium. ”

– coach LeBlanc

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mountaineer men’s soccer Completed for the 2004 season, renovations to ¡

Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium made the facility one of the finest in the nation, since hosting five men’s NCAA tournament matches and one conference tournament.

Named in honor of a generous gift from Mr. Dlesk, ¡

the facility is a two-level, 1,650-seat stadium that features grandstand bleachers, a spacious five-booth press box, an on-site locker room, restrooms and concession booths.

The most recent renovation was in May 2010, ¡

when the surface underwent a laser-leveling transformation to install natural grass, giving the field an iridescent, brand new look. Also included in the overhaul was an extensive drainage and irrigation system to prevent inclement weather from harming the playing surface.

The Bill Maloney Press Box features areas for ¡

game operations, working media and hospitality. Wireless internet access is available for working media members, allowing them follow the action in a climate-controlled environment.

The original press box, located behind the team ¡

benches, is now used for TV talent and filming crews.

Top 10 Men’s Soccer Crowds Date

Opponent

Result Attendance

9/4/09 9/3/10 10/18/06 9/2/11 8/25/12 10/19/07 10/18/11 9/25/09 10/13/10 9/21/08 9/25/11

#16 UC Santa Barbara #15 Monmouth #6 Notre Dame Binghamton Hartford #1 Connecticut #1 Connecticut #3 South Florida Pitt Rutgers #21 South Florida

L, 0-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 L, 1-2

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LOCKER ROOM Prior to the 2013 season, the West Virginia ¡

men’s soccer team moved into a new state-ofthe-art locker room that is arguably the best in collegiate soccer.

The locker room features 33 wooden lockers, ¡

complete with a graphic nameplate above each locker, as well as a built-in safe to keep personal belongings. Each player has his own cushioned chair that fits into the locker and is adorned with the WVU soccer shield logo.

Throughout the entire space there are graphics ¡

on the wall that represent the program, such as quotes, a mural of Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium and a graphic of the professional and AllAmericans that have gone through the WVU men’s soccer program.

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mountaineer men’s soccer The entire locker room is ¡

on its own Internet network and all of the electronics can either be controlled by an iPad that is mounted, or by the users smart phone. There are speakers throughout the locker room and bathroom that can play anything from Internet radio to satellite radio to what is on the televisions.

There are four televisions ¡

and a projector in the locker room. A 55-inch flat screen is mounted on the wall in the front of the room, while there is a halo of three 36-inch flat screens in the middle of the room so that any player can see a television at any given time. Each television has its own box, enabling the team to watch four different programs at any give time.

The players also have a ¡

study center that features two iMac computers and a printer. The iMac’s also have game film from every game that each player has played in and player’s can print from their personal laptops to the printer.

The middle of the room ¡

features a sofa, chairs and tables that back up to cabinetry and a countertop.

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PRACTICE FACILITY The Mountaineer men’s soccer squad stepped ¡ foot on it’s own 120x74 yard practice facility prior to the 2011 season.

The training site feature the same custom, ¡

natural grass surface as the game field at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium and is only short walk from the game field and locker room.

The surface was re-sodded in the summer of ¡

2011, while an additional 34x20 yard area was added to work specifically on technical areas.

Lights surround the field to give it a game¡ field atmosphere during night practices.

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CAPERTON INDOOR FACILITY The massive structure is equipped with a

90-yard FieldTurf playing surface with

seven yards of safety zone

surrounding

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the entire field.


mountaineer men’s soccer Rain or shine, the West Virginia men’s soccer team has a place to practice thanks to the 110-yard ¡ Caperton Indoor Practice Facility

The sparkling FieldTurf surface is 110 yards wall to wall and exceeds 75,000 square feet of practice ¡ room.

There is a locker room, as well as a fully equipped training room, restrooms and 4,500 square feet of ¡ storage.

Natural lighting is provided by skylights in the roof of the facility, while there also are camera ¡ platforms for filming practices.

The Caperton Indoor Practice Facility gives West Virginia University yet another component in one of ¡ the finest and most complete men’s soccer complexes in the nation.

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PROZONE Starting in 2009, the WVU coaching staff ¡

implemented ProZone into its every day schedule – a program used around the globe by some of the top national and premier clubs.

The software can be used in all facets of the game, ¡ whether it is scouting, statistical analysis or video analysis of both WVU and that day’s opponent.

New in 2013 are four stationary cameras that are ¡

mounted are the press box awning and are set at angles that allows them to splice together the full field, enabling more features within the ProZone software.

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The MatchViewer feature is extremely detailing, ¡

allowing coaches to see how many passes an athlete had in a game, the length of a pass to a teammate, or from where on the field they took shots. It also breaks up the field into regions, showing where players often were on the field, where they delivered passes, or even which players they passed to throughout the span of a match.

From there, the coaches can have a meeting with ¡

an individual or an entire unit, such as the midfield, and actually show them video segments from the game. Once the clips are cut and stored, any member of the coaching staff can recall the clips without having to sort through all of the game footage. When the tape is broken down for each athlete, players can take a DVD home with them to watch their performance.


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MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE R

The West Virginia men's soccer team joined its ¡

Founded in 1946, the Mid-American Conference ¡

During its first season of competition in the ¡

With total enrollment of nearly 300,000 students, ¡

West Virginia’s affiliation with the MAC provides ¡

The MAC headquarters is based in Cleveland, ¡

fourth conference all-time when it made the switch to the Mid-American Conference prior to the 2012 season.

MAC, West Virginia finished the regular season in second place and qualified as the No. 2 seed for the MAC Tournament.

the institution a platform to partner with quality soccer programs represented by a loyal, passionate fan base.

is an NCAA Division I, 12-member conference that sponsors 23 championships and is one of 11 members of the Football Bowl Subdivison (FBS).

the league represents institutions of higher learning in seven (7) states - Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio and West Virginia.

Ohio.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING To keep athletes in peak physical condition, West ¡ Virginia offers a variety of training areas and an array of strength programs designed to increase performance. All student-athletes will also have their own ¡ program individually calculated and updated throughout the year. The main training area focuses for the men’s ¡ soccer team are anaerobic conditioning, aerobic conditioning, total body power and explosiveness, agility and quickness, speed, core strength, neural recruitment, balance and proprioception.

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Student-athletes are educated on correct dietary ¡ habits and essential vitamins and minerals necessary to perform at an elite level. WVU gives the opportunity for individuals to meet with nutritionists, go on guided grocery store tours and receive diets designed specifically for them. Equipped with excellent amenities and staffed by ¡ some of the finest strength coaches in the nation, athletes who come to West Virginia know that they are in good hands when it comes to their athletic capacity


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WVU’s strength and conditioning staff ensures all student-athletes are on year-long programs designed to continue improving the fitness capabilities Needed in their sports. Holding A Lead Making a difference down the stretch is important in every match,

and WVU continues to be one of the top teams nationally to hold on to early leads. Since Marlon LeBlanc took the coaching reins in 2006, WVU is 35-3-2 all-time when leading at halftime.

AT THE HALF Winning All-Time: 35-3-2 Tied All-Time: 34-24-16 Trailing All-Time: 4-18-2

2009 Winning: 2-1-0 Tied: 4-1-6 Trailing: 1-3-0

2012 Winning: 5-0-0 Tied: 4-4-1 Trailing: 0-2-1

2008 Winning: 4-0-1 Tied: 1-5-4 Trailing: 0-4-0

2011 Winning: 9-1-0 Tied: 2-2-1 Trailing: 0-5-0

2007 Winning: 5-0-0 Tied: 9-5-1 Trailing: 0-1-1

2010 Winning: 4-1-0 Tied: 5-4-2 Trailing: 2-3-0

2006 Winning: 6-0-1 Tied: 9-3-1 Trailing: 1-0-0

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ATHLETIC TRAINING The West Virginia athletic training program looks to get its ¡

student-athletes back on the field in a timely manner while providing quality health care for its student-athletes and coaches.

The scope of the athletic training services encompass various ¡

domains which including injury recognition, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, education, and counseling that will enable the athlete to maintain an optimal quality of life beyond the span of athletic competition.

Multiple athletic training rooms are available for student¡

athletes, furnished with the latest in technology and equipment.

Men’s soccer has access to a mobile fluoroscopic system, the ¡ latest Swim-Ex rehab and therapy pool, and an Alter G antigravity treadmill to help with lower extremity injuries.

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The athletic training staff will work in conjunction with the team physicians and athletic administration to assure the student-athletes receive quality care

throughout their career at WVU.

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MOUNTAINEERS IN THE COMMUNITY

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mountaineer men’s soccer The WVU men’s soccer team ¡

recognizes that it’s important to win on the field, but the squad also realizes that it’s equally important to win over the community by giving back in every possible aspect.

Not only have the Mountaineers ¡

helped Morgantown become a better place through various humanitarian efforts, but the team makes the extra stride to travel outside of the immediate area to lend a hand.

Arguably one of coach Marlon ¡

LeBlanc’s biggest contributions to West Virginia is the oneWVU diversity program. The message of the program is simply that regardless of beliefs, background or skin color, we are all ‘oneWVU’, with the object of bringing everyone together to create a more tight-knit community.

The Mountaineers understand the ¡

The Mountaineers give back to the Morgantown and surrounding communities every chance they get,

embracing the opportunity

to make an impact in society.

important of academics and are actively involved in the Read Aloud program. Last spring, the team went to elementary schools around the area and read to the children.

When the team is not influencing the ¡

young, bright minds in the classroom, it can be found visiting children at the MountainView Rehabilitation Hospital in Morgantown, specifically those in the Children’s Rehabilitation Physical Therapy Unit.

While the team continues to practice, ¡

compete and score on the field, the Mountaineers have already found the back of the net – with the community.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT West Virginia University offers a variety of services and programs to help student-athletes maximize ¡

their academic potential. Department staff members work with coaches, on campus student service providers and faculty to help student-athletes meet the unique demands of the classroom, the sporting arena and the personal-social challenges they face as developing adults.

While many of the headlines center on the Mountaineers’ accomplishments on the playing field, West ¡

Virginia athletes have also made some noteworthy strides in the classroom. Some of those strides include a string of 10 consecutive years where the department has had at least one first team Academic All-American.

To help its student athletes achieve academic success, one of the nation’s finest facilities resides ¡

in the WVU Coliseum – The Athletic Academic Performance Center. The 8,000-square foot facility provides individual and group study areas, a plethora of computer stations and the latest in fingerprint technology used when signing in.

A total of 340 student-athletes were recognized for their achievement in the classroom last spring, ¡

at the annual WVU Student-Athlete Academic Excellence Banquet, honoring recipients of the Garrett

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mountaineer men’s soccer Ford Academic Honor Roll. Implemented in 1989, the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll was created to recognize students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Since the program began in 1989, nearly 4,000 student-athletes have earned a place on the honor roll. Ford retired in 2011 after 44 years of service with the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. West Virginia University’s graduation rate for ¡

student-athletes has been impressive, to say the least, over the past eight years. The ratio of student-athletes graduating to the general student body has increased almost every year.

The West Virginia University women’s ¡

soccer team, men’s basketball team and women’s cross country team received public recognition in the spring of 2010 by the NCAA for their latest multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. These teams posted multiyear APRs in the top 10 percent of all squads in each sport. The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the academic progress of each studentathlete on scholarship. The APR accounts for eligibility, retention and graduation and provides a measure of each team’s academic performance.

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ¡

(SAAC) provides a forum for the “voice of the student-athlete” on WVU’s campus. SAAC membership provides feedback to administration about how to better WVU athletic programs. They offer input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student-athletes’ lives on NCAA member institution campuses. Women’s soccer’s SAAC representatives are junior Ali Connelly and senior Kara Blosser.

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CAMPUS LIFE Character

Governance

Public, land-grant institution, founded in 1867.

The WVU Board of Governors is the governing body of WVU. The Higher Education Policy Commission in West Virginia is responsible for developing, establishing, and overseeing the implementation of a public policy agenda for the state’s four-year colleges and universities.

Research Classification Research University (High Research Activity) as classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Research Funding In fiscal year 2011, WVU researchers were awarded $173,874,105 in total sponsored projects.

Combined WVU Expense Budget Approximately $917 million (2013).

Accreditations North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and dozens of specialized academic accrediting agencies.

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Location Morgantown, W.Va., population 30,293, rated “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.com for its exceptional quality of life. Within easy traveling distance of Washington, D.C., to the east, Pittsburgh, Pa., to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, to the northwest. Other recent rankings: One of “Best Sports Cities” by Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th overall “Hottest Small City by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; one of the “Best Cities for Jobs” by MSN Careers; one of the 50 best places to launch a small business by CNNMoney.com; and the second-ranking “Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes.


mountaineer men’s soccer Student Profile Fall 2012 enrollment, on WVU campuses statewide, was 32,595.

That included:

¡ 18,583 West Virginia residents, 14,012 nonresidents

¡ 25,715 undergraduates ¡ 5,179 graduate and 1,701 professional students Academic Excellence WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships—24 Rhodes Scholars, 22 Truman Scholars, 36 Goldwater Scholars, two British Marshall Scholars, two Morris K. Udall Scholars, five USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), nine Boren Scholars, five Gilman Scholars, 36 Fulbright Scholars, and one Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar.

Academics 14 colleges and schools offering 184 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degree programs in agriculture, natural resources, and design; arts and sciences; business and economics; creative arts; dentistry; education and human services; engineering and mineral resources; journalism; law; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical activity and sport sciences; public health; plus the WVU Honors College, University College, and programs at Potomac State College and WVU Institute of Technology. wvu.edu/Academics/

Student Living Experience

Degrees Granted In 2011-2012, WVU awarded 6,447 degrees; 2,243 were graduate or professional.

The First-Year Experience—unique among state universities—helps students navigate their first year at WVU. Elements include residential colleges and Adventure West Virginia, an outdoor freshman orientation program. All WVU students benefit from a vibrant array of student life programs, including a Festival of Ideas lecture series, bringing the world’s top minds to campus to share their experiences and knowledge; WVUp All Night, a weekend package of safe, fun, and healthy activities; an awardwinning Student Recreation Center; and a Mountaineer Parents Club, helping families stay connected with their students’ education and life at WVU. apply.wvu.edu/life

Faculty and Staff Profile Excellent faculty—16 of whom have been named Carnegie Foundation Professors of the Year—guide and mentor students.

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CAMPUS LIFE Freshman Class Profile

Average ACT of 23.6, SAT (math and critical reading) 1045, and high school GPA of 3.36.

Transportation

University buses operate free on a year-round basis as does the Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system—a computer-directed system that glides along 8.7 miles of guideway between Downtown, Evansdale, and Health Sciences Center campuses. In addition, Morgantown’s expanded MountainLine bus service offers free rides to students and employees. WVU ID is required for all services. transportation.wvu.edu/services

Safety

WVU has one of the safest college campuses in America, with 24-hour police protection and 37 outdoor emergency phones. The WVU Alert system sends urgent news to participants’ cell phones, and digital InfoStations across campus show important announcements.

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Students can choose from more than 350 student organizations, and participate in an active intramural program and many club sports. sos.wvu.edu

Study Abroad

More than 800 students participate in University-led study abroad programs and international exchanges. internationalprograms.wvu.edu/

WVU Online/Extended Campus

Hundreds of distance education classes are available. elearn.wvu.edu/

Civic Engagement

The Center for Civic Engagement develops and organizes service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and faculty and consults with academic units on incorporating civic engagement into the curriculum. In 2011, WVU students contributed 205,000 hours of service to the community. WVU has earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification, putting WVU in the 6% of higher education institutions that Carnegie recognizes for engagement. It is the only institution in West Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community engagement. cce.wvu.edu

Scholarships and Aid

Approximately $10 million a year is awarded by the WVU Scholars Program; more than 5,000 students benefit from this program annually. In addition, there are many different types of scholarships available based on academic record, financial need, group affiliation, or some combination of these factors. In 2012, WVU students received over $380 million in financial aid—average aid per recipient is $9,800. West Virginia residents may be eligible for the PROMISE scholarship. promisescholarships.org/promise/ home.aspx

National Register of Historic Places, and WVU operates eight experimental farms and four forests throughout the state, in addition to WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp and Lifelong Learning Center near Weston. jacksonsmill.ext.wvu.edu/

Honors College

Libraries

The WVU Honors College encourages a style of learning and living at WVU that is tailored to the highly motivated, excelling student’s special requirements. Innovative, challenging courses, designed to stimulate creativity and to provoke in-depth discussion, are offered in small class settings. Students may participate as Presidential Honors Scholars or Dean’s Honors Scholars; both options provide enhanced experiences. /honors.wvu.edu/

Parents Club

The Mountaineer Parents Club, with more than 22,000 members in clubs across the state and nation, fosters success by connecting parents and family members with the student experience. The organization sponsors events on and off-campus, has a newsletter, a toll-free helpline (1-800-WVU-0096), parent electronic news, and a Parent Perk program. Membership is free. parentsclub.wvu.edu

Faclities

WVU’s mix of historic and modern facilities includes 430 buildings on 1,456 acres. Eleven main campus buildings are located on the

Five library facilities—Downtown Library Complex, Evansdale Library, Health Sciences Library, Law Library, and Libraries Depository—contain nearly 2.1 million volumes, 246 electronic databases, and more than 48,000 journal subscriptions, with access to 36 million volumes through a book-sharing consortium. Library staff offer in-person and online assistance. libraries.wvu.edu

Visitors Center

Located on the Morgantown Waterfront, the Visitors Center features unique, cutting-edge displays and traditional West Virginia hospitality. Operating hours: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday (closed Sundays and most University holidays). Guided tours with friendly knowledgeable student guides Monday-Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., except home football Saturdays. Phone: 304-293-3489. visit.wvu.edu

Alumni

Chartered in 1873, the WVU Alumni Association is made up of more than 185,000 graduates worldwide in some 60 foreign nations. alumni.wvu.edu

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MOUNTAINEER EXCELLENCE Team Records Baseball: 33-26, 13-11 Big 12 Cross Country: Fourth at Big 12 Championships; Fifth at MidAtlantic Regionals; One NCAA Qualifier Men’s Basketball: 13-19, 6-12 Big 12 Women’s Basketball: 17-14, 9-9 Big 12; NCAA First Round Football: 7-6, 4-5 Big 12; 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Gymnastics: 13-9, 1-3 Big 12; NCAA Regionals Rowing: Fourth at Big 12; Sixth at Conference USA Championship Men’s Soccer: 9-6-2, 4-2-1 MAC 34

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Women’s Soccer: 11-5-4, 7-0-1 Big 12; Big 12 Regular-Season Champions, NCAA First Round Men’s Swimming and Diving: Third at Big 12 Women’s Swimming and Diving: Second at Big 12; Two NCAA Qualifiers Rifle: 11-1, 5-1 GARC; GARC Champions; NCAA Champions Women’s Tennis: 4-17, 0-9 Big 12 Women’s Track: Indoor-10th Big 12; One NCAA Qualifier; OutdoorEighth Big 12; 9 NCAA Qualifiers Volleyball: 8-22, 0-16 Big 12 Wrestling: 2-13, 0-6 Big 12; One NCAA Qualifier


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Student-Athletes were named to the Fall Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

First Team Academic All-Conference Selections

NCAA Champions

Rifle Team Petra Zublasing, rifle; smallbore & air rifle

Team Conference Champions

Women’s Soccer, Big 12 RegularSeason Champions

First Team All-Conference Tavon Austin, football

Stedman Bailey, football Sarah-Anne Brault, cross country Christal Caldwell, women’s basketball Jaida Lawrence, gymnastics Bry McCarthy, women’s soccer

Rifle, GARC Postseason Champions

Stormy Nesbit, women’s track (indoor, outdoor)

First Team All-Americans

Maren Prediger, rifle (air rifle)

Tavon Austin, football

Bri Rodriguez, women’s soccer

Stedman Bailey, football

Eric Schoenle, men’s soccer

Taylor Ciotola, rifle

Courtney Schrand, rowing

Meelis Kiisk, rifle

Kate Schwindel, women’s soccer

Mandie Nugent, swimming & diving

Garrett Spurgeon, rifle (smallbore, combined score)

Maren Prediger, rifle Garrett Spurgeon, rifle Kelly Williams, track

Petra Zublasing, rifle (air rifle, smallbore, combined score)

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MOUNTAINEER EXCELLENCE The WVU men's soccer team has earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award for having above a 3.0 team GPA for five-consecutive seasons. Conference Major Awards

Coaching Awards

Rachael Burnett, women’s swimming, Big 12 Most Outstanding Women’s Swimmer

Bill Bedenbaugh, football, 247Sports Top Recruiting Coaches for 2013 Class

Tavon Austin, football, Big 12 CoSpecial Teams Player of the Year

Elizabeth Kantak, rowing, Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Bry McCarthy, women’s soccer, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Garrett Spurgeon, rifle, GARC Rookie of the Year Petra Zublasing, rifle, GARC Shooter and Senior Shooter of the Year

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Nikki Izzo-Brown, women’s soccer, Big 12 Coach of the Year

National Awards

Tavon Austin, football, College Football Performance Awards: AllPurpose Performer of the Year, 2012 Paul Hornung Award Winner, 2012 Jet Return Specialist Award Harrison Musgrave, baseball, College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year Finalist Geno Smith, football, Elite Quarterback Award, College Football Performance Awards

Jon Hammond, rifle, CRCA Coach of the Year

Academic Team Awards

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Marlon LeBlanc Head Coach

Eighth Season at West Virginia Overall Record: 72-45-21 (.598) Penn State (2000) LeBlanc At A Glance Born Hometown Alma Mater Family

October 6, 1976 East Windsor Township, N.J. Penn State, 2000 (B.A) wife, Jennifer; daughter, Alexandra; son, Kellan

Postseason Experience at Penn State 2001 2002 2004 2005

NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16

at West Virginia 2006 2007 2010 2011

NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round

All-Americans

Year Name 2001 Derek Potteiger 2001 Ricardo Villar 2002 Brent Jacquette 2005 David Walters 2006 Nick Noble 2006 Jarrod Smith 2007 Andy Wright 2010 Raymon Gaddis 2011 Eric Schoenle 2012 Eric Schoenle

Coaching Timeline

School Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia

Entering his eighth season, coach Marlon LeBlanc has made his presence felt both on and off the pitch at West Virginia University, and on the national circuit. LeBlanc has guided WVU to four NCAA tournaments, advancing to at least the second round in all four appearances, including the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2007, while also winning the Big East regular-season championship in 2006. WVU also has been ranked in the Top 25 in every season over the past seven years. The proof of LeBlanc’s success is in the numbers. The Mountaineers have compiled a 72-45-21 (.598) record the past seven seasons, including an impressive 40-19-9 (.654) conference mark. WVU is 47-15-8 at home during that span and in the last seven seasons against the nation’s Top 25, West Virginia boasts 19 victories, including eight Top 10 wins. At No. 43, LeBlanc is one of five coaches that has nine or less years of experience ranked in the NCAA Winningest Active Coaches Top 50. Last Season After making a late conference change from the Big East to the Mid-American, LeBlanc was able to lead WVU to its ninth winning season in the last 10 years. The Mountaineers completed the season with a 9-6-2 record, including a trip to the MAC tournament in their inaugural season competing in the conference. The awards continued to flow in for LeBlanc’s team, as Eric Schoenle was named to multiple All-America teams, while Andy Bevin, Peabo Doue, Uwem Etuk, Travis Pittman and Schoenle were All-MAC members. Etuk and Schoenle were each named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region team and both attended the MLS Combine. The Mountaineers’ balanced scoring attack was led by Schoenle, who scored six goals for 12 points, while Majed Osman finished with three goals. Thirteen different WVU players tallied goals, with 15 recording at least one point. Anchored by Schoenle along the backline, it was another record-breaking season defensively for the Mountaineers. The team allowed an all-time low 7.7 shots per game and 3.1 shots on goal per game. With an 8-1 record at home in 2012, WVU improved its home record to an astonishing 24-5 over the last three seasons. 2006-11 Looking to continue the success from the previous season, LeBlanc was able to lead WVU to an

11-8-1 record in 2011, the second consecutive 11-win season. WVU earned the No. 2 seed in the Big East tournament and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament, defeating No. 25 Xavier before falling to No. 5 Maryland. LeBlanc posted victories against five Top 25 opponents, including a 2-0 victory over then-No. 1 and undefeated Connecticut at home on Oct. 18. Other Top 25 wins came against No. 11 Virginia, No. 13 Georgetown, No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 25 Xavier. Schoenle became LeBlanc’s fifth All-American as he was named to the NSCAA All-America Third Team. Andy Bevin, Raymon Gaddis, Shadow Sebele and Schoenle were All-Big East members. Bevin took home Big East Rookie of the Year honors and joined Gaddis and Schoenle on the NSCAA AllNortheast Region team. With wins in the first three home games of 2011, coupled with 2010’s 10-game home winning streak, the Mountaineers set the school record for most consecutive wins at home with 13. LeBlanc had one of the best seasons in the history of the program in 2010, leading the team to the second round of the NCAA tournament before falling to eventual national champion, Akron. The Mountaineers finished the season with an 11-8-2 record, including a 10-1 mark at home. After only scoring 13 goals in 2009, the WVU offense came alive, scoring 34 goals in 2010, led by Franck Tayou with nine and Sebele, Schoenle and Peabo Doue with five each. Zach Johnson, Gaddis and Sebele each earned All-Big East Second Team honors, while Schoenle earned third-team honors. Gaddis also was named a TopDrawerSoccer third team All-American and a first-team selection to the NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-Northeast Region team, while Schoenle was selected to attend a U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team camp in December. Johnson concluded his stellar career between the posts, owning a part in all of WVU’s goalkeeper records. Johnson finished his career first in goalkeeper minutes (7,548), first in goals-against average (0.71), second in shutouts (36) and fourth in saves (282). After winning a Big East regular-season championship in 2006 and advancing twice to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, LeBlanc spent most of 2008 and 2009 coaching around injuries and building the program into a powerhouse. The 2009 squad saw as many as six freshmen starters due to injuries, but was able to compile

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Coaching Staff a respectable 7-5-6 overall mark, with a 6-3-2 league record. The back line gave all opponents fits, as the Mountaineer defense held squads to less than 10 shots per game and registered a 0.61 GAA – the eighth-best mark nationally. Despite losing seven starters to graduation and adding 16 newcomers, WVU finished with an overall mark of 5-9-5 in 2008. LeBlanc guided the squad to victories at No. 4-ranked Connecticut (10) and at home over No. 22 Ohio State (1-0). WVU also became known as one of the stingiest defensive units in the nation, allowing only 13 goals on the season – a mark tied for No. 1 in the Big East. The Mountaineers also held opponents scoreless for 554:41, a span of nearly six games. The squad boasted a 0.64 goals-against average, which was good enough for fifth nationally.

In 2007, WVU finished 14-6-2 and reached the Sweet 16 for the second time in school history. WVU pulled off three wins against the nation’s Top 10: at No. 6 Maryland (1-0), at No. 5 Duke (1-0) and at home against No. 1 Connecticut (1-0). The Mountaineers also set numerous school records in 2007: 14 shutouts, 11 goals allowed and six consecutive shutouts. Additionally, midfielder Dan Stratford set the career assist mark at 27. LeBlanc took over at West Virginia on the opening day of preseason camp in 2006 and helped the program reach new heights immediately. The Mountaineers posted a 15-3-3 record in 2006, going 9-0-1 in Big East play, marking the first time a team in the conference had gone unbeaten playing at least a 10-game schedule. The 15 wins in 2006 also were the most in school history.

Coaching Record

Year School Pos. W-L-T NCAA 2001 Penn State AC 14-5-1 Sweet 16 2002 Penn State AC 16-8-2 Elite 8 2003 Penn State AC 9-10-1 2004 Penn State AC 10-4-8 2nd Round 2005 Penn State AC 13-7-2 Sweet 16 2006 West Virginia HC 15-3-3 2nd Round 2007 West Virginia HC 14-6-2 Sweet 16 2008 West Virginia HC 5-9-5 2009 West Virginia HC 7-5-6 2010 West Virginia HC 11-8-2 2nd Round 2011 West Virginia HC 11-8-1 2nd Round 2012 West Virginia HC 9-6-2 Total Years Coached: 12 Total Years as a Head Coach: 7 NCAA Tournaments: 8 Total Coaching Record: 134-79-35 (.636) Head Coaching Record: 72-45-21 (.598) Assistant Coaching Record: 62-34-14 (.627)

Top 25 Wins Date 9/2/06 9/23/06 9/30/06 10/18/06 10/28/06 9/7/07 9/15/07 10/19/07 10/3/08 10/15/08 9/25/09 10/17/09 9/5/10 10/8/10 8/26/11 10/8/11 10/18/11 10/29/11 11/17/11

The LeBlanc Family: from left, Kellan, Marlon, Jennifer and Alexandra

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Opponent Cal St. Northridge Seton Hall at Connecticut Notre Dame South Florida at Maryland at Duke Connecticut at Connecticut Ohio State South Florida at Notre Dame UNC Wilmington Notre Dame vs. Virginia Georgetown Connecticut at Notre Dame Xavier

Rank Score 17 2-1 21 5-3 17 3-0 6 2-1 4 1-0 6 1-0 5 1-0 1 1-0 7 1-0 22 1-0 3 1-0 22 1-0 23 3-2 22 2-1 11 1-0 13 1-0 1 2-0 14 2-0 25 2-1


Coaching Staff For his efforts, LeBlanc was named the 2006 Soccer America National Coach of the Year, FieldTurf-Tarket National Coach of the Year, NSCAA/adidas Northeast Regional Coach of the Year and the coaching staff was named the Big East Coaching Staff of the Year. Under his tutelage, WVU spent eight weeks ranked in the Top 10 in 2006 and five in the Top five, ranking as high as No. 3. Academic Success For the fifth consecutive season in 2012, WVU earned a NSCAA Team Academic Award for surpassing a minimum team GPA of 3.0. From 2010-11, WVU earned the Big East Male Institutional Scholar-Athlete of the Year award with Ruben Garrido winning in 2011 and Zach Johnson winning in 2010. Garrido also was named to the ESPN Academic All-District Second Team in 2010. The squad had a perfect APR score for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 cycles and had the fourthhighest team GPA among Division I schools in 2009. Jason Bristol garnered 2008 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Region honorable mention accolades for earning at least a 3.3 cumulative gradepoint average. In 2007-08, Pat Carroll garnered ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team honors. Collectively, the team has achieved above a 3.0 GPA each semester since the fall of 2007. Player Development LeBlanc’s expertise has helped develop some of the NCAA’s finest athletes with five studentathletes earning All-America honors: Jarrod Smith (2006), Nick Noble (2006), Andy Wright (2007), Raymon Gaddis (2010-11) and Eric Schoenle (2011-12). Nine players have been named allconference (Nick Noble, Jarrod Smith, Andy Wright, Dan Stratford, Andrew Halsell, Gift Maworere, Raymon Gaddis, Zach Johnson, Eric Schoenle, Shadow Sebele, Andy Bevin, Peabo Doue, Uwem Etuk and Travis Pittman), with four earning major conference awards. Five players are currently playing professionally: Paul Cunningham (Balestier Khalsa), Peabo Doue (Phoenix FC), Raymon Gaddis (Philadelphia Union), Nick Noble (Harrisburg City Islanders) and Andy Wright (Morecambe). Pat Carroll (D.C. United), Noble (Chicago Fire, LA Galaxy), Smith (Toronto FC, Seattle Sounders FC) and Stratford (D.C. United) have all seen time on MLS rosters. LeBlanc has had a player drafted each of the last three seasons, with Schoenle most recently going to Philadelphia in the 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft. A year prior, Gaddis became WVU’s first-ever MLS SuperDraft selection when he was picked 35th overall by Philadelphia in the 2012 draft. In 2011, Johnson was selected by the LA Galaxy in the MLS Supplemental Draft. Six players have been invited to the MLS combine during LeBlanc’s tenure.

championships in 2002 and 2005. Penn State ended the 2002 season ranked No. 8 and finished the 2005 season ranked No. 10 by the NSCAA. In all, LeBlanc helped lead Penn State to a 62-3412 record. That included seven games in 2002 in which he filled in for coach Barry Gorman, posting a 4-3 overall record, 2-2 in the Big Ten, in the midst of a league championship run. LeBlanc was considered to be among the nation’s top collegiate assistants and best recruiters, earning a nomination for the 2002 AFLAC Assistant Coach of the Year. In 2005, with all players part of LeBlanc’s recruiting classes, Penn State won the Big Ten regular-season championship with a 6-0 league record. The Nittany Lions also went on to win the Big Ten tournament title that year. In 2004, LeBlanc recruited Rich Costanzo, the 2004 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. That season, two of LeBlanc’s recruits were named to the Soccer America Freshman All-America Team. As recruiting coordinator at Penn State, LeBlanc’s classes were ranked No. 9 and No. 8 in the nation in 2001 and 2002, respectively, by CollegeSoccerNews. The 2002 class was ranked No. 6 nationally by Soccer America. Prior To Coaching A Hightstown High (N.J.) four-year starter, LeBlanc received all-state, all-area and all-county honors during his scholastic career. In addition to starring for his high school program, LeBlanc was a Region I Olympic Development Program (ODP) standout and a New Jersey ODP team captain. His club team, Jersey Shore Boca (N.J.), captured the U-17 New Jersey State Club championship. LeBlanc graduated from Penn State in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in economics.

The Penn State Years LeBlanc came to WVU from Penn State, where he played in 1994 before serving as an assistant from 2001-06 and helping the Nittany Lions earn NCAA tournament bids in four of five seasons, including Sweet 16 appearances in 2001 and 2005 and an Elite Eight appearance in 2002. His duties included serving as the recruiting coordinator, assistant director and coordinator for Penn State soccer camps, video analysis and coordination of game-day operations and community outreach. LeBlanc helped PSU to Big Ten

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Personal The East Windsor, N.J., native holds national, advanced national and premier coaching diplomas with a “Distinguished Pass” from the NSCAA. In 2005 and 2013, LeBlanc served as a clinician at the NSCAA national convention and was also a featured clinician at the 2011 NSCAA convention which was themed as “Best of the U.S.” LeBlanc has traveled to England, Brazil, Portugal, and in 2006, he went to the FIFA World Cup in Germany, to further his coaching education. He currently holds a USSF “A” license. He was named to The Dominion Post’s 100 Most Influential people in 2007, while also serving as a leading mentor in the WVU Leadership Studies Program and has served as an adjunct member of WVU’s Fieldcrest Hall Advisory Board. He is a member of the Black Soccer Coaches Association (BSCA) and serves on the Leadership Council for the Black Soccer Coaches Committee. In addition, LeBlanc held a position as the Big East representative on the NSCAA/adidas Division I Men’s National Ranking Committee from 2007-11. He also is a member of the Black Coaches Association (BCA), has served on the NSCAA/adidas Northeast Ranking Committee and served from 2007-09 on the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee. LeBlanc served on the NCAA Certification Committee on Gender Equity and Diversity and WVU’s 2020 Strategic Planning Diversity and Inclusion sub-committee. LeBlanc was instrumental in the creation of the oneWVU initiative, which promotes diversity among all races of students, faculty and staff through fellowship on WVU’s campuses. He and his wife, Jennifer, have a daughter, Alexandra (8), and a son, Kellan (5).


Coaching Staff LeBlanc’s MLS Drafted Players Player Club Jarrod Smith Toronto FC Nick Noble Chicago Fire Dan Stratford D.C. United Zach Johnson LA Galaxy Raymon Gaddis Philadelphia Union Eric Schoenle Philadelphia Union * - Supplemental Round Draft Pick

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LeBlanc Versus All-Time Opponents

Round Overall 1st* 1st 1st* 7th 2nd* 24th 3rd* 52nd 2nd 35th 1st* 12th

Winningest Active Coaches Under 10 Years Coaching Jamie Clark - Washington (5 yrs.)

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Robert McCourt - Monmouth (9 yrs.)

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Jorge Salcedo - UCLA (9 yrs.)

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Marlon LeBlanc - West Virginia (7 yrs.) Brian Wiese - Georgetown (7 yrs.)

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Opponent Record Akron 0-3 American 2-0 Appalachian State 0-0-1 Binghamton 1-0 Bowling Green 1-0 Bucknell 1-0 Buffalo 2-0-1 UC Santa Barbara 0-2 Cal Poly 0-0-1 Cal State Fullerton 1-0 Cal State Northridge 1-0 Cincinnati 3-0 Connecticut 4-1-1 DePaul 5-0 Duke 1-0 Duquesne 2-0-2 Elon 0-1-2 Fairfield 1-0 Florida Atlantic 1-0 Georgetown 3-3 Hartford 1-0 Hartwick 1-0 Iona 1-0 James Madison 1-1 Lafayette 1-1 Louisville 1-3-1 Marquette 4-1-1 Maryland 1-3

Opponent Record Monmouth 0-1 Navy 0-1 UNC Greensboro 0-1 UNC Wilmington 1-0-1 North Carolina 0-1 Northern Illinois 0-2 Notre Dame 4-2 Oakland 1-0 Ohio State 1-1-1 Old Dominion 1-0 Penn State 2-0-1 Pitt 3-0-2 Providence 2-4 Richmond 1-0 Rutgers 0-1-2 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-0 St. John’s 0-3 Seton Hall 5-0-1 South Florida 3-4-1 Stetson 1-0 Syracuse 1-0 Villanova 1-0-1 Virginia 2-1 Wake Forest 0-2 Western Michigan 0-0-1 William & Mary 0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0-1 Xavier 2-0

LeBlanc’s Current Professional Players

Paul Cunningham Balestier Khalsa FC

Raymon Gaddis Philadelphia Union

Peabo Doue Phoenix FC

Nick Noble Harrisburg City Islanders

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Chad Brown

Assistant Coach Fourth Season at West Virginia Fresno State (1999) Brown At A Glance

Born Hometown Alma Mater

September 1, 1975 Spokane, Wash. Fresno State, 1999 (Bachelor’s)

Playing Experience 1994 1996 1997-98 2000-05

Playing Honors 1994 1995 1997 1998

Bellevue C.C. (NWAAC) Spokane C.C. (NWAAC) Fresno State (NCAA) Seattle Sounders (USL-1)

NWAAC All-State NWAAC MVP NWAAC All-State All-WAC First Team All-WAC First Team WAC All-Tournament Team

Postseason Experience at West Virginia 2010 2011

NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round

LeBlanc On Brown

“He is a well-recognized recruiter and coach in the college soccer community. Chad is a tremendous young coach who brings some fantastic experience, a tireless work ethic and new perspective to our program.”

Coaching Timeline

Chad Brown begins his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Mountaineers after joining WVU in 2010. Brown assists in all facets of the program, including training, recruiting, budgeting, scouting and scheduling. Brown came to WVU after a four-year run at UNLV, where he served as an assistant coach, as well as the interim head coach in the spring of 2010. His knowledge has paid immediate dividends as WVU has qualified for the NCAA tournament in two of his three seasons and three players have been selected in the MLS Draft. In 2012, Brown helped usher WVU in the Mid-American Conference as the Mountaineers finished with an overall record of 9-6-2, their ninth winning season in the last 10 years. Defender Eric Schoenle was named an All-American, while WVU allowed an all-time low 7.7 shots per game and 3.1 shots on goal per game. The 2011 season resulted in WVU finishing 118-1, defeating five Top 25 teams and advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament. Brown helped develop goalkeeper Pat Eavenson, who finished the season with three shutouts in nine starts. In Brown’s first season with the Mountaineers, the team went 11-8-2 and qualified for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007. Under Brown’s guidance, the Mountaineers became one of the most balanced teams in the conference, recording 34 goals and allowing just 24. Brown helped guide goalkeeper Zach Johnson, who finished the season with five shutouts and ended his career as the all-time minutes played leader and all-time goals-against leader. Johnson is second in career shutouts and fourth in career saves. Defender Raymon Gaddis became WVU’s first MLS SuperDraft selection after being drafted 35th overall to the Philadelphia Union in 2011, while Schoenle and Johnson were drafted in the 2013 and 2011 MLS Supplement Drafts. Academically WVU has been awarded the NSCAA Team Academic Award each of Brown’s three seasons and Ruben Garrido (2011) and Johnson (2010) were each named the Big East Male Institutional Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The squad also has had a perfect APR score during each cycle. As an assistant at UNLV, Brown served as the recruiting coordinator, academic monitor, travel coordinator and identification and residential camp co-director. Additionally, he organized daily training sessions and was responsible for scouting reports and team tactics. Brown helped turn the Rebel program around, developing it into one of the best on the West Coast. After finishing 1-15-2 in 2006, the team

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raised its win total each season and completed 2009 with an 8-7-4 record, the first winning season since 2002. In total, Brown coached two NSCAA All-Far West selections, 13 All-MPSF selections and 2007 Freshman All-American Danny Cruz. After joining the staff at UNLV, Brown immediately immersed himself in the Nevada Olympic Development Program, serving as an assistant coach to the Region IV 1994 age group team and the head coach of the Region IV 1998 age group team. Brown was not only responsible for selecting the best talent from the western United States, but also for training and developing the squads. Prior to UNLV, Brown served seven years as a head coach for the Crossfire Premier Soccer Club. Based in Redmond, Wash., Brown ran two of the clubs starting in 1999. While coaching club soccer, he also owned, coordinated and ran operation for First Touch Training LLC, soccer training clinics in the Seattle area. As a professional player, Brown played for the Seattle Sounders in the A-League, guiding the team to the league finals in 2004-05 and to the league championship in 2005-06. A 1999 graduate of Fresno State with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Brown was a two-year center midfielder (1997-98). Brown was named to the All-WAC twice, and led the Bulldogs in scoring both years. A year prior, he led Spokane Community College to the NWAAC Championship and was named the tournament’s MVP. Brown began his collegiate career at Bellevue Community College, where he was named an NWAAC All-State selection after leading the program to the 1994 conference championship. Brown resides in Morgantown and holds a USSF “A” license.

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Dan Stratford

Assistant Coach Third Season at West Virginia West Virginia (2009) Stratford At A Glance

May 29, 1985 London, England WVU, 2009 (Bachelor’s)

Born Hometown Alma Mater

Dan Stratford is in his third season with the Mountaineers and first as an assistant coach. Stratford assists in all facets of the program, including training, recruiting, budgeting, scouting and scheduling. Serving two seasons as a volunteer coach, Stratford helped usher WVU in the Mid-American Conference as the Mountaineers finished with an overall record of 9-6-2, their ninth winning season in the last 10 years. Defender Eric Schoenle was named an All-American, while WVU allowed an alltime low 7.7 shots per game and 3.1 shots on goal per game. The 2011 season resulted in WVU finishing 118-1, defeating five Top 25 teams and advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament. Academically WVU has been awarded the NSCAA Team Academic Award each of Stratford’s two seasons and Ruben Garrido was named the Big East Male Institutional Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2011. The squad also has had a perfect APR score during each cycle.

A native of London, England, Stratford was a four-year letterwinner for the Mountaineers from 2004-07 and owns the top spot for games played (85) and career assists (27) at WVU. He also finished his career ranked eighth all-time in career points (67). Stratford was honored in 2007 as a NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team member and an All-Big East Second Team honoree. Following his collegiate career, Stratford was drafted by D.C. United with the 24th overall pick in the 2008 MLS Supplemental Draft. Stratford played in five games with D.C. United, including one start against Real Salt Lake in 2008. Stratford went on to play 14 matches, scoring one goal for Inverness of the Scottish Premier League in 2009, while playing seven matches for Hereford United of League Two in England in 2010. Stratford earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education teacher education in 2009, and is working towards a master’s degree in physical education teacher education.

Playing Experience 2004-07 2008 2009-10 2010-11

West Virginia (NCAA) D.C. United (MLS) Inverness (Scottish Premier League) Hereford (Conference National)

Playing Honors 2007

NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team All-Big East Second Team

Postseason Experience at West Virginia 2011

NCAA Second Round

LeBlanc On Stratford

“Having a former player of mine, with the proven success that Dan had, makes him the perfect example of what this program is all about. Dan was an honor student at WVU and is noted, without question, as one of the greatest players in the history of this program. His storied student-athlete career as a Mountaineer captain, combined with his experience playing in the MLS and internationally make him a fantastic example for our current and future players.”

Coaching Timeline 2011

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Tanner Kolb

Dr. Ben Moorehead

Strength Coach

Dr. Matt Lively

Team Physician

Brittany Arnold

Medical Doctor

Ken Faldetta

Grant Dovey

Athletic Trainer

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Stephanie White

Bubba Schmidt Equipment Manager

Assistant Equipment Manager

Devante Agu

Andrew Cognac

Anthony Whalen

Assistant Director, Student-Athlete Academic Services

Student Manager

Assistant Sports Information Director

Scott Herdzik

Student Manager

Sue Davis

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Rosters Alphabetical No. Name 1 Brent Arnold 30 Josh Barney 26 Haydon Bennett 8 Andy Bevin 28 Ivo Cabral 9 Ryan Cain 20 Zack Claudio 14 Mike Desiderio 7 Christian Diaz 16 Jack Driscoll 2 Paul Ehrenworth 6 Jack Elliott 4 Francio Henry 0 Lee Johnston 11 Zak Leedom 27 Griffin Libhart 12 Jamie Merriam 5 Alex Ochoa 10 Majed Osman 3 Nick Raskasky 19 Kyle Richards 13 Craig Stephens 21 Kyle Underwood 17 Jay Williams

Pos. GK GK D F/M M F M M M F D D D GK M M F D F D M M/D F F

Numerical Cl. Fr. r-Fr. So. Jr. r-Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. r-Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Sr.

Pronounciations Ivo Cabral Mike Desiderio Paul Ehrenworth Francio Henry Majed Osman Nick Raskasky

ee-VOH ka-BRAWL dez-ah-DARE-ee-oh AIR-en-worth FRAN-see-oh MAJ-id OZ-men rass-KASS-key

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 19 20 21 26 27 28 30

Name Lee Johnston Brent Arnold Paul Ehrenworth Nick Raskasky Francio Henry Alex Ochoa Jack Elliott Christian Diaz Andy Bevin Ryan Cain Majed Osman Zak Leedom Jamie Merriam Craig Stephens Mike Desiderio Jack Driscoll Jay Williams Kyle Richards Zack Claudio Kyle Underwood Haydon Bennett Griffin Libhart Ivo Cabral Josh Barney

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Pos. GK GK D D D D D M F/M F F M F M/D M F F M M F D M M GK

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

Wt. 180 195 160 175 175 150 175 165 160 175 155 155 170 180 175 165 160 140 160 170 175 180 165 165

Cl. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. So. r-Fr. r-Fr. r-Fr.

Hometown Newberry, Fla. Landisville, Pa. Cranbury, N.J. Tacoma, Wash. St. Catherine, Jamaica Pasadena, Texas Norbury, England Houston, Texas Napier, New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand London, England Dublin, Ohio Rockville, Md. Wellington, New Zealand Media, Pa. Virginia Beach, Va. Raleigh, N.C. Loganville, Ga. Charleston, W.Va. Aledo, Texas Chesterfield, Va. Marietta, Pa. Salvador, Bahia, Brazil Weirton, W.Va.

Marlon LeBlanc (Eighth season, Penn State ‘00) Chad Brown (Fourth season, Fresno State ’99) Dan Stratford (Third season, West Virginia ‘09)

By State/Country New Zealand 3 Pennsylvania 3 Texas 3 England 2 Virginia 2 West Virginia 2 Brazil 1 Florida 1 Georgia 1 Jamaica 1 Maryland 1 New Jersey 1 North Carolina 1 Ohio 1 Washington 1

United States

By Class Freshmen 10 Sophomores 8 Juniors 3 Seniors 3 Brazil

England

New Zealand Jamaica

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HS/Last School/Club Oak Hall/Pitt Hempfield/PA Classics Academy Princeton/New York Red Bulls Academy Stadium/Seattle Sounders Academy Dinthill Technical/Ewarton FC Pasadena Memorial/Houston Dynamo Academy Wilson’s/Old Wilsonians FC Cypress Falls/Houston Dynamo Academy Napier Boys’/Hawkes Bay United Paraparaumu Beach/Team Wellington International School of London/Brentford FCCST Dublin Coffman/Columbus Crew Academy Magruder/Potomac SC Academy Wellington College/Wellington Phoenix Penncrest/FC Delco Academy Cape Henry Collegiate/Beach FC Wakefield/CASL/Chelsea Academy Loganville/Concorde Fire Academy George Washington/WV Soccer Club Aledo/Dallas Texans Academy Clover Hill/Richmond Strikers Academy Donegal/Lanco United Preston/None Weir/Pittsburgh FC


Photo Roster

0 • Lee Johnston GK • 6-3 • 180 • Jr.

1 • Brent Arnold GK • 6-1 • 195 • Fr.

2 • Paul Ehrenworth D • 5-9 • 160 • Jr.

3 • Nick Raskasky D • 6-0 • 175 • So.

4 • Francio Henry D • 6-2 • 175 • So.

5 • Alex Ochoa D • 5-8 • 150 • Fr.

6 • Jack Elliott D • 6-3 • 175 • Fr.

7 • Christian Diaz M • 5-10 • 165 • Fr.

8 • Andy Bevin F/M • 5-9 • 160 • Jr.

9 • Ryan Cain F • 5-11 • 175 • So.

10 • Majed Osman F • 5-11 • 155 • So.

11 • Zak Leedom M • 5-8 • 155 • So.

12 • Jamie Merriam F • 6-0 • 170 • So.

13 • Craig Stephens M/D • 6-0 • 180 • Sr.

14 • Mike Desiderio M • 5-11 • 175 • Fr.

16 • Jack Driscoll F • 6-0 • 165 • Fr.

17 • Jay Williams F • 5-8 • 160 • Sr.

19 • Kyle Richards M • 5-9 • 140 • Fr.

20 • Zack Claudio M • 5-9 • 160 • Sr.

21 • Kyle Underwood F • 6-0 • 170 • So.

26 • Haydon Bennett D • 6-2 • 175 • So.

27 • Griffin Libhart M • 6-1 • 180 • r-Fr.

28 • Ivo Cabral M • 5-10 • 165 • r-Fr.

30 • Josh Barney GK • 6-3 • 165 • r-Fr.

Marlon LeBlanc Head Coach

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Chad Brown Assistant Coach

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Dan Stratford Assistant Coach

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Returner Profiles

Haydon Bennett D

Sophomore 6-2, 175 Chesterfield, Va. (Clover Hill HS) Career Highs

Points 0 Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots 0 Shots on Goal 0

History Of No. 26 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Kyle Swarts 2000-01 Taylor Keadle 2002 Adad Shutler 2003-04 Sean Arters 2007 Devin Colon 2008 Allan Flott 2010-11 Haydon Bennett 2012-13

Academy Team

At West Virginia in 2012 • Played in 14 matches with 12 starts at center back • Logged a total of 1,200 minutes, playing the full match in nine matches • Helped to secure five shutouts • Held opponents to an average of 7.9 shots and 3.1 shots on goal per game Prep • Played four seasons for coach Ihor Dotsenko of the Richmond Kickers Academy • Started 21 matches in the 2011-12 season and played in 56 career matches, starting 51 with the club • Selected to the All-Star VCCL Dallas Cup XXIX team during the 2008 season • Participated in the 2007 Cerdanya Cup in Spain as a member of the Super Y program from 2006- 08

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 14 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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• Four-year starter and three-year captain for Clover Hill High • Was a two-time first team all-district and all- academic member, as well as a member of the All-Central Region Second Team in 2011 and an honorable mention choice in 2010 Personal • Son of Monty and Valorie Bennett • Birthday is Oct. 12 • Has two brothers • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • President’s List • Enrolled in pre-sport and exercise psychology

Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

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GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Andy Bevin F/M

Junior 5-9, 160 Napier, New Zealand (Napier Boys’ HS) Career Highs

Points 5, Richmond, 9/16/11 Goals 2, 2x, last: Richmond, 9/16/11 Assists 1, 5x, last: Elon, 10/2/12 Shots 6, 2x, last: Georgetown, 10/8/11 Shots on Goal 3, 4x, last: Buffalo, 10/7/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent 8/29/11 Maryland 9/2/11 Binghamton 9/2/11 Binghamton 9/16/11 Richmond 9/16/11 Richmond 10/1/11 Cincinnati 10/26/11 Seton Hall 9/9/12 Oakland 10/7/12 Buffalo

Minute GWG 6’ N 31’ N 41’ Y 12’ N 56’ N 26’ Y 60’ N 3’ N 50’ Y

History Of No. 8 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Alex Castillo 2000 Justin Rectenwald 2001 Brian Bick 2002 Devon McTavish 2003-05 Dan Stratford 2006-07 Adam Mills 2008-09 Andy Bevin 2010-13

Career Honors Honor

At West Virginia in 2012 • Named to the All-MAC Second Team and Academic All-MAC • Played in 17 matches, including 13 starts • Registered two goals and three assists for seven points on 30 shots • Scored a goal and added an assist on four shots against Oakland (9/9) • Took a season-high five shots against Elon (10/2) and Buffalo (10/7) • Also scored against Buffalo (10/7) and added assists against American (9/15) and Elon (10/2) At West Virginia in 2011 • Capped a stellar freshman campaign as the Big East Rookie of the Year • Also earned Big East honors as a third team and rookie team member • Honored by the NSCAA as All-Northeast Second Team • Named the ECAC Rookie of the Year and to the CollegeSoccerNews All-Freshman team • Earned the starting nod in all 20 contests, finishing second on the team in points (16), second in shots (43), first in goals (seven) and second in shots on-goal (16) • Took four or more shots in five different matches • Scored two goals apiece in wins against Binghamton (9/2) and Richmond (9/16) • Also added an assist against Richmond (9/16) to cap a five-point contest

• Registered goals against No. 4 Maryland (8/29), Cincinnati (10/1) and Seton Hall (10/26) • Assisted on a goal against No. 13 USF (9/25) Prep • Four-year starter for Napier Boys’ High • Two-time New Zealand “Golden Boot” recipient and two-time tournament team selection • Played for Hawkes Bay United in the New Zealand Football Championship League from 2008-11 • Finished 2011 season with nine goals in 14 matches and was tied for second in the running for “The Golden Boot” • Represented New Zealand in the U20 FIFA World Cup • Previously played for the Napier City Rovers and was twice all-tournament in two U19 national tournaments • Won MVP, Player’s Player, Supporter’s Player and Youth Player of the Year honors Personal • Son of Sean and Theresa Bevin • Birthday is May 16 • Youngest of four children • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • President’s List • Dean’s List • Majoring in business

Year

Academic All-Big 12 At-Large Team

2013

All-MAC Second Team

2012

Academic All-MAC Team

2012

NSCAA All-Northeast Second Team

2011

ECAC Rookie of the Year

2011

Big East Rookie of the Year

2011

All-Big East Third Team

2011

All-Big East Rookie Team

2011

Career Overall Statistics Year 2011 2012 Total

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GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 20 20 7 2 16 43 16 2 0-0 17 13 2 3 7 30 15 1 0-0 37 33 9 5 23 73 31 3 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2011 2012 Total

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 9 9 2 1 5 21 6 1 0-0 7 5 1 0 2 12 6 1 0-0 16 14 3 1 7 33 12 2 0-0

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Ryan Cain

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Sophomore 5-11, 175 Wellington, New Zealand (Paraparaumu Beach School) Career Highs

Points 2, 2x, last: Western Michigan, 9/29/12 Goals 1, 2x, last: Western Michigan, 9/29/12 Assists 1, 2x, last: American, 9/15/12 Shots 4, Elon, 10/2/12 Shots on Goal 2, Northern Illinois, 10/27/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent Minute GWG 9/9/12 Oakland 77’ Y 9/29/12 Western Michigan 52’ N

History Of No. 9 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Craig Patton 2000 Robert D’Uillse 2001-02 Jarrod Smith 2003-06 Paul Paradise 2007-08 Shadow Sebele 2009-12 Ryan Cain 2013

At West Virginia in 2012 • Started eight matches and played in 15 matches total during rookie campaign • Scored two goals, adding two assists for six points on 16 shots • Notched the game-tying goal at Western Michigan (9/29) • Tallied the game-winning goal against Oakland (9/9) • Assisted on goals against Hartford (8/25) and American (9/15) • Took a season-high four shots against Elon (10/2)

• Set the record for career goals with 80, while registering 40 assists • Finished his 80-game high school career as a two-time region/conference player of the year, and led the school to Premier League competition for the first time in school history in 2009, and once again in 2010 • Member of the New Zealand Secondary Schools U19 Touring Squad to the United Kingdom in 2008 and 2009, while serving as the top goal scorer in both tours • Scored the game-winning goal against the U18 Republic of Ireland National Team

Prep • Played for Team Wellington in the New Zealand Football Championship League • Represented New Zealand in the 2011 U20 FIFA World Cup, playing in all three matches and starting against Cameroon and Uruguay • Recognized at the New Zealand U19 tournament with selection to the all-tournament team • Member of all-age group, all-region and all- conference each season at Paraparaumu Beach School

Personal • Son of John Cain and Maria Meyler • Birthday is Dec. 7 • Has one brother and one sister • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Enrolled in general studies

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 15 8 2 2 6 16 6 1 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 3 1 0 2 8 3 0 0-0

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Zack Claudio

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Senior 5-9, 160 Charleston, W.Va. (George Washington HS) Career Highs

Points 0 Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots 0 Shots on Goal 0

History Of No. 20 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Rusty Girton 2000 Ben Harrell 2001 Sam Loughborough 2002 Ashraf Ahmad 2003 John Doran 2005 Kurt Freemyer 2008 Zack Claudio 2010-13

At West Virginia in 2012 • Played eight minutes in win against Florida Atlantic (9/23) At West Virginia in 2011 • Saw action in wins against Richmond (9/16) and Duquesne (9/18) At West Virginia in 2010 • Redshirted Prep • Four-year varsity starter at George Washington High • 2009-10 Gatorade West Virginia Boys Soccer Player of the Year • Was named Mountain State Athletic Conference (MSAC) Player of the Year • Tabbed West Virginia High School State AAA Midfielder of the Year • Named first team all-state • Also earned All-Kanawha/Putnam County First Team and All-Mountain State Athletic Conference First Team accolades

• Finished season with a team-leading 17 assists • As a junior, again named first team all-state, leading team in goals (10) and assists (6) • Also named first team all-conference and all- county • Guided high school to state championship as a sophomore • Selected as the Kanawha/Putnam Freshman of the Year in 2006 • Played club soccer for the WV Revolution Personal • Son of David and Robin Claudio • Birthday is Feb. 5 • Has two siblings, including brother and former WVU teammate, Nick • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • President’s List • Dean’s List • Majoring in chemistry

Career Overall Statistics Year 2011 2012 Total

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Paul Ehrenworth D

Junior 5-9, 160 Cranbury, N.J. (Princeton HS) Career Highs

Points 0 Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots 2, Notre Dame, 10/29/11 Shots on Goal 0

History Of No. 2 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Chris Berena 2000 Nick Burke 2001 Bernard Oussa 2002 Braiden Tinnell 2003 Geoff Cameron 2004 Jason Bristol 2006-09 Nate Adams 2010 Paul Ehrenworth 2011-13

Academy Team

At West Virginia in 2012 • Played in five matches, tallying a season-high 29 minutes against Oakland (9/9) At West Virginia in 2011 • Became one of the team’s most reliable defenders, playing in all 20 matches and starting 16 • Played the full match in 10 matches, including one overtime game • Earned first career start at Cal Poly (9/11), and started every game after that point • Took two shots at No. 14 Notre Dame (10/29) Prep • All-state, all-county and all-conference at Princeton High • Two-year starter, winning county championships in 2008 and 2009, while scoring the winning goal each year • Led the team to the 2009 New Jersey state championship game, going undefeated and being voted the No. 1 team in the state and No. 15 nationally

Career Overall Statistics Year 2011 2012 Total

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 20 16 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 25 16 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-0

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• As a starting left back with the New York Red Bulls Academy for four years, advanced to the Home Depot Center in 2009 with the U16 team • Was among the top of the leaderboard in assists while playing for the academy and participated in the 2008 MLS Sum Cup • One of 32 players in the Red Bulls High School Cup in 2010 and named a Top 20 Regional Player to Watch by TopDrawerSoccer.com • Started against the U.S. U17 National Team three times and won a United States Futsal National Championship in 2007 • Also was previously a New Jersey ODP team member Personal • Son of Alan and Karen Ehrenworth • Birthday is May 25 • Has one brother • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Majoring in business

Career Conference Statistics Year 2011 2012 Total

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GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 9 9 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 11 9 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-0

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Francio Henry

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Sophomore 6-2, 175 St. Catherine, Jamaica (Dinthill Technical HS) Career Highs

Points 1, Iona, 9/26/12 Goals 0 Assists 1, Iona, 9/26/12 Shots 1, 2x, last: Iona, 9/26/12 Shots on Goal 0

History Of No. 4 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Corey Densk 2000 Kernell Borneo 2002 Jake Mozney 2003 Andy Wright 2004 Ashraf Ahmad 2005-06 Alex Erwin 2007 Connor Gorman 2008-10 Craig Stephens 2011 Francio Henry 2012-13

At West Virginia in 2012 • Began the season as the starter at center back • Played in 14 matches with six starts, logging 692 minutes • Registered first career assist against Iona (9/26) Prep • Graduated from Dinthill Technical High, playing for coach Curtis “Fleego” Hamilton • Participated in the DaCosta Cup with the squad and served as the team captain, scoring four goals and registering five assists during that time • Previously attended St. Jago High, serving as team captain of the U14 team • Most recently played for coach Stephen Barker with Ewarton FC as the team captain

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 14 6 0 1 1 2 0 0 0-0

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Personal • Son of Colin and Pauline Henry • Birthday is Oct. 31 • Has one brother and one sister • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Enrolled in pre-engineering

Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-0

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Lee Johnston

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Junior 6-3, 180 Newberry, Fla. (Pitt) Career Highs (At Pitt)

Saves 11, 2x, last: Georgetown, 9/29/12 Shots Faced 24, Providence, 10/13/12 Goals Allowed 4, 3x, last: Seton Hall, 10/6/12

Career Shutouts (At Pitt) Date Opponent 9/2/11 Stony Brook 10/8/11 Seton Hall 8/26/12 Howard 9/9/12 Delaware 9/19/12 Robert Morris

Minutes Saves 90:00 7 90:00 2 90:00 3 90:00 9 90:00 5

History Of No. 0 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Chris McKinney 2000 Tom Orbacz 2004 Emeka Ogbonna 2005 Ryan Chance 2006-08 Paul Killian 2009-10 Travis Ives 2011 Yale Tiley 2012 Lee Johnston 2013

At Pitt in 2012 • Started 15 matches, compiling a 1.75 goals- against average with 74 saves • Ranked second in the Big East in saves per game (4.93) and third in saves (74) • Named to Big East weekly honor roll on Sept. 12 • Named a member of the Duquesne Invitational All-Tournament Team for performances versus Howard (8/26) and Niagara (8/24) • Earned MVP honors at the Pitt/Nike Invitational for play in wins over IPFW (9/7) and Delaware (9/9)

• Earned Co-MVP honors as a sophomore and junior • Recorded a remarkable 1.08 goals against average and earned team MVP • Helped squad post a 16-8-2 record freshman year • Played club soccer for Leg-A-Z elite, which was ranked No. 1 in the state of Florida in 2010 • Selected as an alternative goalkeeper for the Florida ODP squad in 2009 • Also excelled in baseball, earning all-region honors

At Pitt in 2011 • Played in 13 matches, starting 11 matches with a 1.32 goals-against average and 59 saves • Ranked fourth in saves per game (4.54) and eighth in save percentage (.787) in the Big East • Twice was named to Big East Honor Roll (10/3 and 9/5) • Helped the squad post a 2-1 double overtime win over Syracuse, recording six saves • Named to Duquesne Invitational team

Personal • Son of Bob and Frances Johnston • Birthday is Nov. 17 • Has one brother • Grandfather Joe Hicks played baseball at Virginia, and eventually went on to play for the Chicago White Sox, New York Mets and Washington Senators • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • President’s List • Majoring in business administration with an emphasis in marketing

Prep • Led Oak Hall High to the state regional quarterfinals and a district championship • Compiled 41 victories over his scholastic career

Career Overall Statistics (At Pitt) Year 2011 2012 Total

GP GS MIN GA GAA SV SV% W-L-T Sho 13 11 1092 16 1.32 59 .787 3-7-1 2 15 15 1335 26 1.75 74 .740 6-7-2 3 28 26 2427 42 1.56 133 .760 9-14-3 5

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Career Conference Statistics (At Pitt) Year 2011 2012 Total

GP GS MIN GA GAA SV SV% W-L-T Sho 7 7 629 12 1.72 38 .760 2-5-0 1 6 5 490 17 3.13 34 .667 0-6-0 0 13 12 1119 29 2.33 72 .713 2-11-0 1

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Zak Leedom M

Sophomore 5-8, 155 Dublin, Ohio (Dublin Coffman HS) Career Highs Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal

Career Goals

2, Iona, 9/26/12 1, Iona, 9/26/12 1, 3x, last: Elon, 10/2/12 5, Iona, 9/26/12 2, Iona, 9/26/12

Date Opponent 9/26/12 Iona

Minute GWG 79’ N

History Of No. 11 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) John Paul Gomez 2000 Charles Darkwah 2001 Aaron Pitchkolan 2002 Mario Lara 2003 Jason Miller 2004 Geoff Cameron 2005 Mike Brennan 2006 Mo Travis 2008 Declan Coll 2009 Peabo Doue 2010-12 Zak Leedom 2013

At West Virginia in 2012 • Great addition to the midfield, starting nine matches and playing in a total of 17 matches • Logged a total of 901 minutes, scoring one goal with three assists • Scored first career goal against Iona (9/26), taking a season-high five shots • Registered assists against Oakland (9/9), Florida Atlantic (9/23) and Elon (10/2) Prep • Played for coach Frank Speth with the Columbus Crew Academy • Netted three goals in 13 starts in 2010-11 and played in eight matches in 2009-10 • Set the single-season goals record, as well as finishing with 28 goals and 34 assists as a four- year starter at Dublin Coffman High

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• Served as a two-year captain, earning first team all-state, all-district and all-region as a senior • Led the team to its first regional final in school history and scored the game-winning goal • Named the Central Ohio All-Star Game MVP • Previously played for Team Ohio FC, serving as a four-year captain and was a member of the ODP Region II team Personal • Son of Don and Diana Leedom • Birthday is Dec. 12 • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Enrolled in pre-sport and exercise psychology

Academy Team

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 17 9 1 3 5 12 5 0 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 7 0 1 1 2 1 0 0-0

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Jamie Merriam F

Sophomore 6-0, 170 Rockville, Md. (Magruder HS) Career Highs Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal

2, 2x, last: Elon, 10/2/12 1, 2x, last: Elon, 10/2/12 1, 2x, last: Hartwick, 10/14/12 4, Elon, 10/2/12 2, Elon, 10/2/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent 8/27/12 Stetson 10/2/12 Elon

Minute GWG 30’ Y 72’ N

History Of No. 12 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Andy Koenig 2000 Chris Berena 2001 Ben Harrell 2002 Joe Dennison 2003 Pat Carroll 2004 Reed Cooper 2005-07 Dan Hagey 2008 Uwem Etuk 2009-11 Majed Osman 2012 Jamie Merriam 2013

At West Virginia in 2012 • Gritty player who saw action in 17 matches with five starts • Scored two goals and assisted on two for six points with 14 shots • Registered first career goal, the game winner, against Stetson (8/27) • Took a season-high four shots and notched a goal against Elon (10/2) • Assisted on goals against American (9/15) and Hartwick (10/14) Prep • Played for coach Kris Hazzard with Potomac Academy, playing in 13 matches with two goals in 2011-12 • Played in 28 matches, starting 26 and led the team with 11 goals in 2010-11 • Played in 16 matches in 2009-10 with two goals

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• Two-time captain at Colonel Zadok Magruder High • Named a 2011 first team all-state member, as well as being named a 2010 finalist for the Montgomery Player of the Year • Finished career with 32 goals and 46 assists • Previously played for the Olney Rangers, winning the state championship in 2007, as well as winning the Disney Showcase from 2008-09 on the No. 1 ranked team in the country Personal • Son of Jim and Cindy Merriam • Birthday is March 11 • Has three sisters • Sister Maddie was a gymnast at Penn State • Majoring in engineering

Academy Team

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 17 5 2 2 6 14 6 1 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 0-0

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Majed Osman

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Sophomore 5-11, 155 London, England (International School of London) Career Highs Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal

Career Goals

2, 4x, last: Akron, 10/20/12 1, 3x, last: Akron, 10/20/12 2, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 5, 2x, last: Buffalo, 10/7/12 3, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12

Date Opponent 9/26/12 Iona 10/14/12 Hartwick 10/20/12 Akron

Minute GWG 58’ Y 1’ N 51’ N

History Of No. 10 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Abdul Caulker 2000 Dwayne Grant-Higgins 2001-02 Aaron Pitchkolan 2003-04 Andy Wright 2005-07 Ruben Garrido 2008-11 Uwem Etuk 2012 Majed Osman 2013

At West Virginia in 2012 • Second on the team with three goals to go along with four assists during rookie season • Played in 12 matches with seven starts, taking 24 shots • Registered a multi-assist game against Florida Atlantic (9/23) • Scored first career goal against Iona (9/26), the game winner • Had assists in back-to-back matches against Elon (10/2) and Buffalo (10/7) • Scored goals against Hartwick (10/14) and Akron (10/20) Prep • Was a forward for Brentford FCCST while attending the International School of London • Under coach Peter Kanmwaa at the International School of London, served as the vice-captain on the team competing in the ISSA (International School’s Sports Association) tournaments from 2009-12

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 12 7 3 4 10 24 9 1 0-0

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• Served as the top goal scorer for two seasons and was named the top player of the 2012 tournament • Combined to play in 12 matches from 2011-12 in ISSA matches and has scored 15 goals with 10 assists during that time • Also played for Luke Skelhorn with Brentford FFCST, leading the team to the English FA Futsal National Finals on two occasions and winning the national championship in 2008 Personal • Son of Sobhi and Linda Osman • Birthday is June 9 • Has one brother • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Majoring in business

Career Conference Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 6 4 2 3 7 17 7 0 0-0

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Nick Raskasky D

Sophomore 6-0, 175 Tacoma, Wash. (Stadium HS) Career Highs

Points 4, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 Goals 2, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 Assists 1, 2x, last: Hartwick, 10/14/12 Shots 2, 5x, last: Northern Illinois, 11/9/12 Shots on Goal 2, 2x, last: Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent 9/23/12 Florida Atlantic 9/23/12 Florida Atlantic

Minute GWG 29’ Y 77’ N

History Of No. 3 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Mike Myers 2000-01 Kevan Ford 2002 Mehran Mostafavifar 2003 Ben Stevens 2004 Donald La Guerre 2005-08 Dan Hagey 2009-10 Francis Molasoko 2011 Nick Raskasky 2012-13

At West Virginia in 2012 • Logged a total of 1,353 minutes in 16 starts, missing one match due to injury • Scored two goals on two shots against Florida Atlantic (9/23) • Notched first career assist against Iona (9/26) • Added an assist against Hartwick (10/14) • Helped hold opponents to 7.7 shots and 3.1 shots on goal per game In High School • Played for coaches Dick McCormick and Sean Henderson of the Seattle Sounders FC Academy • Member of Crossfire Premier Soccer Club (2009- 10) and Washington Premier FC (2006-08) • 2008 USYSA state championship finalist • 2008 Surf Cup champion • Won the club state championship in 2007 • USYSA Region IV semifinalist in 2007

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• Member of the Washington Olympic Development Program team and attended the Region IV camps from 2006-09 • Won the Region IV Championship in 2009 • Four-year starter at forward for coach John Baretta at Stadium High • Team advanced to the state semifinals in 2011 and a quarterfinals in 2009 Personal • Son of Michael and Gayle Raskasky • Has one brother • Birthday is Jan. 27 • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Enrolled in general studies

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Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 16 16 2 2 6 13 5 1 0-0

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Craig Stephens

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Senior 6-0, 180 Wellington, New Zealand (Wellington College) Career Highs Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal

2, Oakland, 9/9/12 1, Oakland, 9/9/12 1, 2x, last: Buffalo, 10/7/12 3, Oakland, 9/9/12 2, Oakland, 9/9/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent 9/9/12 Oakland

Minute GWG 83’ N

History Of No. 13 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Brant Moorhead 2000 Jason Hillenbrand 2001-02 Guillermo Cancio-Bello 2003 Chris Wittig 2004-06 Raymon Gaddis 2008-11 Craig Stephens 2012-13

Career Honors Honor

At West Virginia in 2012 • Named an Academic All-MAC member • Played in 15 matches with 12 starts • Scored one goal, adding two assists on 16 shots • Notched first career goal against Oakland (9/9) with a season-high three shots • Registered assists against Hartford (8/25) and Buffalo (10/7)

• Named the Player of the Year and Senior Footballer of the Year for Wellington College in 2009 • Saw time in two matches for the Wellington Phoenix “A” squad and played in Wellington age group representative teams since the age of 13 • Also represented New Zealand in the New Zealand Schoolboys U-15 tour to China in 2007

At West Virginia in 2011 • Did not see any action while serving a year of residency

Personal • Son of Richard and Christine Stephens • Has two brothers and one sister • Birthday is March 2 • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Majoring in business administration with an emphasis in management

Prep • Led Wellington College from 2007-09, while captaining the squad in 2009 and helping the team to the Wellington School’s Premier League minor title • Was the third-highest goal scorer at the 2009 national tournament, netting eight goals, while the team finished ninth nationally

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Academic All-Big 12 At-Large Team

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Academic All-MAC Team

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Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 15 12 1 2 4 16 5 0 0-0

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Kyle Underwood

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Sophomore 6-0, 170 Aledo, Texas (Aledo HS) Career Highs

Points 2, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 Goals 1, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 Assists 1, Iona, 9/26/12 Shots 2, Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12 Shots on Goal 1, 3x, last: Florida Atlantic, 9/23/12

Career Goals

Date Opponent 9/23/12 Florida Atlantic

Minute GWG 44’ N

History Of No. 21 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Matt Mahar 2000-02 Jon Yee 2003 John Heydon 2003-04 Chase Dewese 2006-08 Yannick Iwunze 2010 Ryan Tauss 2011 Kyle Underwood 2012-13

At West Virginia in 2012 • Added speed off the bench, playing in 11 matches • Scored first career goal against Florida Atlantic (9/23), taking a season-high two shots • Added an assist against Iona (9/26) • Played a season-high 30 minutes at Penn State (9/6) Prep • Named a 2011 NSCAA High School All-American, 2011 NSCAA First Team All-Region and the 2011 NSCAA Texas High School Player of the Year for Aledo High • Finished 2012 with five goals and two assists as a four-year starter • 2011 District 12-4A MVP was also named an ESPN RISE Texas All-Star and is a three-time First Team All-District 12-4A member

• 2011 AAU National Qualifer in the 100 meter, 200 meter and 400 meter races • Started the fall playing for U18 Dallas Texans Academy, but is now a member of Fort Worth FC • Previously was a starting forward and leading scorer for Solar Red from 2007-09 and led the U16 team as a regional semifinalist, Premiere League champion, National League qualifier, NTX State Cup champion, CCSAI Grand Champion, Dallas Cup quarterfinalist and Dr. Pepper Fair Play champion Personal • Son of E.R. and Stacie Bills • Birthday is Oct. 13 • Has two brothers and one sister • Majoring in exercise physiology

Academy Team

Career Overall Statistics Year 2012

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 11 0 1 1 3 5 3 0 0-0

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Returner Profiles

Jay Williams F

Senior 5-8, 160 Raleigh, N.C. (Wakefield HS) Career Highs Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal

Career Goals

2, 2x, last: Xavier, 11/17/11 1, Xavier, 11/17/11 2, DePaul, 9/23/10 2, South Florida, 10/16/10 2, South Florida, 10/16/10

Date Opponent 11/17/11 Xavier

Minute GWG 38’ N

History Of No. 17 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Chris Renner 2000-01 Justin Freeman 2002 Travis Hutchinson 2003-04 Andrew Halsell 2005-07 Kyle West 2008-09 Jay Williams 2010-13

Academy Team

At West Virginia in 2012 • Played in five matches, taking two shots • Registered a season-high 15 minutes against Hartwick (10/14) and Northern Illinois (11/9) At West Virginia in 2011 • Split time as a forward and midfielder in 10 matches with two starts • Scored first career goal in the first round of the NCAA tournament against No. 25 Xavier (11/17) • Registered an assist at Seton Hall (10/26) • Took three shots and two on-goal during the season At West Virginia in 2010 • Played in 19 matches, starting one • Played 20-plus minutes in 13 matches • First career multi-assist game with two against DePaul (9/23) • Had an assist on the game-winning goal in the Cal State Fullerton (9/17) game Prep • Three-year varsity starter at Wakefield High for coach Scott Sloan

Career Overall Statistics Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 19 1 0 4 4 9 4 0 0-0 10 2 1 1 3 3 2 0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0-0 34 3 1 5 7 14 7 0 0-0

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Career Conference Statistics Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP GS G A Pts SH SOG GW PK-Att 7 1 0 2 2 5 3 0 0-0 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-0 13 3 0 3 3 7 4 0 0-0

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Josh Barney GK

r-Freshman 6-3, 165 Weirton, W.Va. (Weir HS) History Of No. 30 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Jeff Freeman 2002 Devon McTavish 2002 John Doran 2004 Emeka Ogbonna 2004 Sean Brooks 2005 Yale Tiley 2009-11 Chris Drisko 2012 Josh Barney 2013

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At Marietta College in 2012 • Did not see any action Prep • Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Weir High • Compiled a 48-11-5 record in 76 games with 23 shutouts and 575 saves • All-state first team and All-Ohio Valley Athletic Conference First Team in 2011 • Played in the 2011 West Virginia North-South All-Star game and OVAC All-Star game Personal • Son of George and Mary Jo Barney • Birthday is May 21 • Has one brother • Majoring in engineering

Ivo Cabral M

r-Freshman 5-10, 165 Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (Preston HS) History Of No. 28 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Brian Ferguson 2000 Nick Shelton 2001 David Frappier 2002 Cole Beasley 2004 Jyler Noviello 2005-06 Milo Sanda 2008 Ivo Cabral 2013

Prep • Attended Preston High as a senior in 2012 • Helped team win sectionals, advancing to regionals for the first time since 2002 • Scored 21 goals in 17 games, earning all-state honorable mention honors • Also was a kicker on the football team Personal • Son of André Cabral and Teresa Lemos • Birthday is Jan. 15 • Has two brothers • Dean’s List • Majoring in engineering

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Griffin Libhart

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r-Freshman 6-1, 180 Marietta, Pa. (Donegal HS) History Of No. 27 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Steve Lockhart 2004 Andrew Kushnir 2005 Ryan Gillespie 2008-09 Brooks Nucilli 2010 Jordan Moore 2011 Griffin Libhart 2012-13

At West Virginia in 2012 • Redshirted Prep • Set the career goals record (46) as a four-year starter at Donegal High • Two-time L-L League All-Star, earning the league scoring title in 2011 • Played club soccer for Lanco United, York United and PA Classics • Reached the semifinals of the EPYSA State Cup in 2010 and 2011 • Two-time state qualifier in the 4x100 as a track athlete • Qualified individually for the 200-meter race in 2011

Personal • Son of Mark Libhart • Birthday is June 25 • Has two sisters and one brother • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll member • Dean’s List • Majoring in business

Brent Arnold GK

Freshman 6-1, 195 Landisville, Pa. (Hempfield HS) History Of No. 1 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Brian Yochim 2000 Chris McKinney 2001-02 Nick Noble 2003-06 Zach Johnson 2007-10 Pat Eavenson 2011-12 Brent Arnold 2013

Academy Team

Prep • Played for coach Steve Klein with PA Classics Academy • Started all 28 games to help team reach the Academy Playoffs in 2012-13, posting 13 shutouts and allowing just 17 goals • Posted 11 shutouts with a 1.20 goals-against average in 34 games during the 2011-12 season • Recorded 12 shutouts and a 1.00 goals-against average in 2010-11 • Selected to the 2011 MLS Philadelphia Union U17 Generation Adidas Cup Team • Member of the U14 National Pool and the U14 Region 1 Team in 2008-09 • Played for coach Mark Ashley at Hempfield High • Four-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer • Ranked No. 10 recruit in Pennsylvania by TopDrawerSoccer • Attended the WVU Men’s Soccer Collegiate Prep Academy

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Personal • Son of Jay and Elizabeth Arnold • Has one brother • Birthday is March 28 • Father, Jay, played soccer at Drexel • Mother, Elizabeth, played field hockey at Bloomsburg • Brother, Andrew, played golf at Lehigh • Majoring in engineering


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Mike Desiderio M

Freshman 5-11, 175 Media, Pa. (Penncrest HS) History Of No. 14 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Kevan Ford 2000 Mike Austin 2001 Rusty Girton 2002 Bernard Oussa 2003-04 Sean Brooks 2006-08 Tuan Doan 2009-10 Ryan Cain 2012 Mike Desiderio 2013

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Prep • Played for coach Alan Mezger with FC Delco Academy • Joined club in 2009 and served as a captain on the U-17/18 squad • Played in 22 games with 18 starts and six goals in 2012-13 • Member of the 2009 Manchester United Premier Cup team • Also a member of the Philadelphia Union Academy • Played for coach Paul Norris at Penncrest High as a freshman and a sophomore • Named 2010 All-Delco Honorable Mention • Three-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer Personal • Son of Dan and Davies Desiderio • Has two brothers • Birthday is Jan. 25 • Father Dan played rugby at Penn State • Grandfather Walt Bahr is legendary soccer player/manager who was a captain of the U.S. National Team and played in the 1950 FIFA World Cup when the U.S. defeated England 1-0 • Majoring in business

Christian Diaz M

Freshman 5-10, 165 Houston, Texas (Cypress Falls HS) History Of No. 7 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) John Scragg 2000 Alex Castillo 2001 Paul-Anthony Perez 2002 Matt Anstey 2003-04 Dan Stratford 2005 Gift Maworere 2006-09 Travis Pittman 2010-12 Christian Diaz 2013

Academy Team

Prep • Played for coach Jamie Clarkson with Houston Dynamo Academy • Saw action in 27 games with 23 starts and a goal to help team reach the Academy Playoffs in 2012-13 • Played in 100th career game for Dynamo Academy in 2012-13, becoming the first player in club history to reach 100 matches • Was named to the Dynamo Academy Team of the Week three times last season • Played in 34 games, starting 22 with three goals in 2011-12 • Played at the prestigious Eurovoetbal Tournament in the Netherlands in 2011 • Four-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer • Ranked No. 32 recruit in Texas Personal • Son of Alfonso and Marilu Diaz • Has two brothers and two sisters • Birthday is Nov. 23 • Majoring in engineering

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Jack Driscoll F

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Freshman 6-0, 165 Virginia Beach, Va. (Cape Henry Collegiate School) History Of No. 16 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Justin Kurland 2000 Kevan Ford 2001 Rusty Girton 2003-04 Zak Boggs 2005 Ryan Gillespie 2006-07 Alex Silva 2008-10 Ryan Morris 2011 Alessandro Mion 2012 Jack Driscoll 2013

Prep • Played for coach Trevor Adair with Beach FC, participating in the Disney Showcase • Member of Cape Henry Collegiate High for coach David Brun in 2012 • Named to the VISAA All-State Second Team and All-TCIS Conference First Team in 2012 • Previously played at Princess Anne High from 2009-11, serving as a two-year captain • Earned All-Eastern Region First Team and All- Beach District First Team honors in 2011 • Three-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer Personal • Son of John and Linda Driscoll • Has two brothers • Birthday is March 7 • Enrolled in general studies

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Freshman 6-3, 175 Norbury, England (Wilson’s School) History Of No. 6 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Chin Orih 2000-01 Nick Shelton 2002 Cole Beasley 2003, 2005 Dan Stratford 2004 Mike Brennan 2007 Declan Coll 2008 Travis Pittman 2009 Julio Arjona 2010 Allan Flott 2012 Jack Elliott 2013

Prep • Played for coach Andy Parkinson at Old Wilsonians Football Club • Helped team to an 11-4-5 record as the youngest member in 2012-13 • Attended Wilson’s School and was the top goal scorer for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons • Led team to a 20-2-2 record as team captain, helping team win four District Cup championships and three runners up in the County Cup Personal • Son of Fred and Maire Elliott • Has two brothers • Birthday is Aug. 25 • Majoring in geography

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Alex Ochoa

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Freshman 5-8, 150 Pasadena, Texas (Pasadena Memorial HS) History Of No. 5 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Linton Gaston 2000-02 Kevan Ford 2003 Ashraf Ahman 2004 Matt Anstey 2005-06 Paul Cunningham 2007 Gary Clark 2008 Eric Schoenle 2009-12 Alex Ochoa 2013

Academy Team

Prep • Played for coach Jamie Clarkson with Houston Dynamo Academy • Started all 30 games to help team reach the Academy Playoffs in 2012-13 • Named to the Dynamo Academy Team of the Week on Dec. 5, 2012 • Played in 31 games, starting 30 in 2011-12 • Part of the 2011 SUM U-17 Cup that tied for the group title • Only player to play every minute at the prestigious Eurovoetbal Tournament in the Netherlands in 2011 • Made Dynamo debut at the 2010 SUM U-17 Cup • Four-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer • Ranked No. 21 recruit in Texas

Personal • Son of Lorenzo and Martha Ochoa • Has three brothers and one sister • Birthday is Dec. 21 • Awarded the 2013 Statoil Heroes of Tomorrow Award that included a $10,000 college scholarship • Enrolled in general studies

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Freshman 5-9, 140 Loganville, Ga. (Loganville HS) History Of No. 19 (Since 2000)

Player Year(s) Andrew Bailey 2000 Christian Breunig 2001 Mehran Mostafavifar 2002 Dan Robb 2003-04 Mitchell Snowden 2005-06 Alex Yost 2007-08 Nate Adams 2009 Franck Tayou 2010-11 Francis Molasoko 2012 Kyle Richards 2013

Academy Team

Prep • Played for coach Gregg Blasingame with Concorde Fire Academy • Started all 28 games and finished with two goals to help team reach the Academy Playoffs in 2012-13 • Member of the Canadian U-18 team • Played on the Georgia Olympic Development Program team that won the U-16 National Championship • Played on the Region 3 Olympic Develop Program team for two seasons • Three-year starter for coach Chris Ming at Loganville High • Recorded 21 goals and 20 assists for his career • Two-time All-Region 8-AAAA First Team member • Four-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer • No. 113 on the TopDrawerSoccer IMG Academy 150 • Ranked No. 7 recruit in the South Atlantic region by TopDrawerSoccer • Ranked No. 17 defender by TopDrawerSoccer

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Personal • Son of Steve and Karen Richards • Has one brother and one sister • Birthday is July 24 • Enrolled in pre-biology


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Preview

Forwards

Returners Andy Bevin 2012 Stats 17 GP, 13 GS, 1277 MIN 2 G, 3 A, 7 PTS, 30 SH

Ryan Cain 2012 Stats 15 GP, 8 GS, 711 MIN 2 G, 2 A, 6 PTS, 16 SH

Jamie Merriam 2012 Stats 17 GP, 5 GS, 550 MIN 2 G, 2 A, 6 PTS, 14 SH

Kyle Underwood 2012 Stats 11 GP, 0 GS, 154 MIN 1 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 5 SH

Jay Williams 2012 Stats 5 GP, 0 GS, 61 MIN 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 2 SH

Andy Bevin Junior Andy Bevin will be back up top and pacing the Mountaineer scoring attack in 2013. Bevin scored two goals last year after netting a teamleading seven goals as a freshman. “He’s at the top of every team’s scouting report that we play against. He’s learning how to deal with it and if anybody is going to figure it out, Andy can,” LeBlanc says. “Up top banging balls in the back of the net is where we want him. Expect Andy to be back to his freshman-year form.” After being in the shadows of a very large class ahead of him, senior Jay Williams broke out this spring and played to his full potential. Williams has been a sparkplug off the bench during his first three years and will play extended minutes in 2013. “I think he had a fantastic influence this spring,” LeBlanc says. “Maybe it just took that personality of the dominating senior group to move on, but we saw Jay come out to the forefront and be a leader. We think he is going to be a big piece to the puzzle.” Sophomore Ryan Cain showed his skill in 2012 despite battling nagging injuries, while netting two goals in 15 games. The aggressive New Zealander will log key minutes for the Mountaineers this season. “He is a bulldog up front,” LeBlanc says. “He had a great spring and is going to score a lot of goals for us. Don’t be surprised if he hits doubledigit goals this fall.” Sophomores Majed Osman and Jamie Merriam will likely split time between the forward and midfield positions. Osman was second on the team

with three goals last year, while Merriam became a regular starter at the end of the season and finished with two goals. “Jamie will play up as well, and he, Andy, Ryan and Majed are like a four-headed monster for us in the attack,” LeBlanc says. “We need to find a creative way to get them all on the field without sacrificing too much of what we believe is our strong suit in our midfield. We think we can do that and feel pretty secure.” Sophomore Kyle Underwood will likely be used similarly to Williams in that he had speed to burn and adds another scoring dynamic off the bench. Underwood scored one goal in 11 games last year, averaging 14 minutes per game.

“What Kyle needed was a year in our system to learn and understand how to use that speed in a way that will benefit him and our team,” LeBlanc says. “The hope is he finds a way to translate flashes into consistency.” The lone newcomer up front is Jack Driscoll. A native of Virginia Beach, Va., Driscoll has been playing for Beach FC. “Jack Driscoll is going to be a fantastic player. He is big, strong, athletic and fast,” LeBlanc says. “He’s a bit under the radar, ala Eric Schoenle, because he didn’t play at a big Academy team coming out of high school. This kid has potential to be very good.”

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Midfielders

Returners Zack Claudio 2012 Stats 1 GP, 0 GS, 8 MIN 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 0 SH

Zak Leedom 2012 Stats 17 GP, 9 GS, 901 MIN 1 G, 3 A, 5 PTS, 12 SH

Majed Osman 2012 Stats 12 GP, 7 GS, 493 MIN 3 G, 4 A, 10 PTS, 24 SH

Craig Stephens 2012 Stats 15 GP, 12 GS, 968 MIN 1 G, 2 A, 4 PTS, 16 SH

Craig Stephens A solid mix of returners and newcomers will make up the midfield, a position LeBlanc has always had talent and depth at. Leading the way is senior and team captain Craig Stephens, who improved throughout the 2012 season. Stephens played in 15 games, starting 12, with one goal and two assists as a defensive midfielder. “Craig has all the intangibles to play in the back or midfield. He may get the opportunity to compete at the center back position,” LeBlanc says. “He can play on either side of our midfield and hits the ball well with both feet. He’s going to be a senior, so he has a little bit of an extra drive heading into this year. He is a guy who will, without a doubt, find his way on to the field.” Sophomore Zak Leedom returns for his sophomore season after getting extended minutes in the second half of his rookie campaign. Leedom started nine of the final 10 games in 2012 and was one of only five players to play in all 17 games. “Zak had a good spring; he’s become a more consistent player,” LeBlanc says. “He’s technically very good, strikes the ball well and is a workhorse in the midfield. He plays both ways and we think Zak has a bright future.” After ranking second on the team in goals (3) in 2012, sophomore Majed Osman will split his time between the midfield and forward positions. Osman is a technically sound player, who is able to break defenders down off the dribble and find penetrating passes. “Majed scored a bunch of goals as a forward and he will probably play more as an attacking

midfielder in this system heading to 2013,” LeBlanc says. “He had a fantastic spring; he’s one of those guys who really emerged out of his shell and has the ability to individually hurt you and not just through his goal scoring, but through his ingenuity and creativity.” Similar to Osman, sophomore Jamie Merriam will see split time between midfield and forward after playing in all 17 games in 2012, scoring two goals with two assists. Merriam used a standout spring season to likely solidify a spot in the starting 11. “Jamie will play as a forward again, but he’ll also bring in an attacking midfield position if he’s scoring goals and we have other people scoring goals,” LeBlanc says. “Jamie is another one who I wouldn’t be surprised if he scored double-digit goals this year. He is going to put his nose on the line to get on the end of balls and we love that thrust coming out of midfield.”

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Also returning is senior Zack Claudio, who has seen minutes in the midfield the past two seasons. Redshirt freshmen Griffin Libhart and Ivo Cabral will look to add depth. “Zack had a fantastic spring and got a lot of minutes playing in the holding spot,” LeBlanc says. “He’ll do whatever it takes to win and you have to appreciate that,” Mike Desiderio, Christian Diaz and Kyle Richards make up a talented trio of freshman who are expected to come in and compete for minutes immediately. Desiderio played for the always strong FC Delco Academy and scored six goals in 201213. With Houston Dynamo Academy, Diaz played in more than 100 career games, becoming the first player in club history to reach 100 matches. Richards helped Concorde FC Academy reach the Academy Playoffs in 2013, finishing with two goals in 28 games. “Christian Diaz, Mike Desiderio and Kyle Richards are three guys who will play in the midfield. Christian is more of a holding midfielder and is technically very proficient. He’s the type of guy who makes the game look easy and other players look better,” LeBlanc says. “Mike can play in the holding midfield position, either side and even as an attacking midfielder. Mike has the athleticism and technical ability for all of those spots. Kyle Richards I mentioned is a tremendous athlete who can get up and down the field.”


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Defenders

Returners Haydon Bennett 2012 Stats 14 GP, 12 GS, 1200 MIN 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 0 SH

Paul Ehrenworth 2012 Stats 5 GP, 0 GS, 67 MIN 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 0 SH

Francio Henry 2012 Stats 14 GP, 6 GS, 692 MIN 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS, 2 SH

Nick Raskasky

Nick Raskasky The Mountaineers return three starters from a record-breaking defense in 2012 that allowed an all-time low 7.7 shots per game and 3.1 shots on goal per game. The one hole to fill is a big one though as it was held by two-time All-American and last year’s leading goal scorer, Eric Schoenle. As he did last year, sophomore Nick Raskasky will open the season starting at right back after a stellar freshman campaign. He started 16 of 17 games, missing one due to injury, while ranking fourth on the team in minutes played (1,353). He added two goals with two assists, taking 13 shots. While Raskasky currently has the starting spot, incoming freshman Kyle Richards has shown athleticism and the ability to play left back. Richards was a member of the Canadian U-18 National Team and has the ability to play everywhere on the pitch.

Francio Henry

“Kyle Richards can play at right back or right midfielder,” LeBlanc says. “He’s built out of the Ray Gaddis mold in regards to unbelievable unmatched speed, physically very strong, aggressive, tough and technically very solid. Junior Paul Ehrenworth, who started the majority of the 2011 season at left back, made massive strides in the spring at that position after playing sparingly in 2012. Ehrenworth played in 20 games in 2011, starting 16, while ranking seventh in minutes (1,425). Challenging Ehrenworth will be freshman Alex Ochoa of Houston Dynamo Academy. A four-star recruit on TopDrawerSoccer, Ochoa started all 30 games for the Dynamo last season, leading them to the Academy playoffs. “Paul has played a lot of minutes for us at left back and we expect him to compete for that starting left back position,” LeBlanc says. “Alex Ochoa has pretty much started every game over the last two years for the Houston Dynamo Academy and is an excellent young prospect, who is naturally left footed. He can get up and down the flank and serves a great ball. He’s one of the top young players in their Academy and he will make an immediate impact and compete with Paul.” Sophomores Haydon Bennett and Francio Henry split time at the left center back position in 2012, starting 12 games and six games, respectively. Both have the ability to earn the starting roles at each center back position, but a slew of incoming players will battle for spots. “Francio and Haydon got some great minutes last year and both of them made massive strides

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in the spring as well,” LeBlanc says. “When you have three freshmen like Nick, Haydon and Francio that played as much as they did last year; you have to feel really good about what you have coming back.” Freshman Jack Elliott was a late, but needed, addition to the 2013 recruiting class. A native of Norbury, England, he will likely need time to adjust to the collegiate style of soccer, but his size will allow him to matchup immediately. “Jack Elliot is a fantastic young center back. He’s the type of kid that’s going to probably be the best one technically,” LeBlanc says. “We’ll see how the experience factor comes along, there is going to be a challenge for him. That said, he is capable of coming in and playing right away.” Another option is senior Craig Stephens, who will likely start in the midfield, but has seen time at center back in his career as a Mountaineer.

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Goalkeepers

Lee Johnston After having a pair of four-year starting goalkeepers during his first five years at WVU, coach Marlon LeBlanc has had to make in-season changes the previous two seasons and is hoping 2013 is the year that a goalkeeper solidifies his position as permanent starter. Junior Lee Johnston leads the pack after transferring from Pitt and enrolling at WVU last spring, but incoming freshman Brent Arnold is expected to make a hard push throughout the preseason. “Lee and Brent are going to have an interesting battle for the No. 1 spot. Lee has come in and done very well. There is an adjustment period for a goalkeeper coming in, but he has all the physical tools and capabilities to be a good goalkeeper,” LeBlanc says. “We’ve done well with our goalkeepers here. Last year was a tough year. We were one of the Top 5 teams in the country in shots allowed, yet our save percentage wasn’t good. We didn’t give up very many goals over the course of the season, but we didn’t make the big save or big play when it was needed.” Johnston started 26 matches over the span of two seasons and compiled a 9-14-3 record with five shutouts. One of his highlight performances was in a 2-0 loss to WVU during the 2011 season. Johnston was peppered with 20 shots, making five saves and allowing both goals on penalty kicks. Arnold becomes a Mountaineer after a standout career with PA Classics in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy. Arnold anchored one of the top defenses in the country and posted 36 shutouts in three seasons, helping the team to the Academy Playoffs in 2012-13.

“Lee is going to get pushed and he is going to push Brent Arnold, who two years running as the No. 1 goalkeeper in the Academy in goals-against average. That’s a pretty telling sign to not only do it once, but do it two times in a row,” LeBlanc says. “Brent also has all of the tools. He’s a big, strong goalkeeper. They’re different, Brent is built more like a power goalkeeper, where Lee is really long and elastic. They obviously have a spot to win, which is enticing for both of them and should bring out the best in both of them.”

Also joining the Mountaineers is freshman Josh Barney, who is an in-state product from Weir High. Barney spent last season with Marietta College, but did not see any game action. “Josh is a West Virginia kid, who was added as a walk on,” LeBlanc says. “He’s going to have a little bit to learn. Any time you have an athletic kid who has good ability and range, you can develop them. One of the things we do well is teach goalkeepers and we can teach Josh to be a good goalkeeper too.”

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MAC Opponents Akron

Northern Illinois

September 29 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va. University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

Hartwick

October 5 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

Akron, Ohio 1870 27,911 Luis M. Proenza Tom Wistrcill Zips Mid-American Blue and Gold

University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Acting Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

October 11 Elmore Field Oneonta, N.Y.

DeKalb, Ill. 1895 22,990 Douglas D. Baker Christian Spears Huskies Mid-American Cardinal and Black

Soccer Information Twitter @ZipsMSoc Head Coach Jared Embick Alma Mater Indiana Wesleyan (‘00) Overall Record (Yrs.) First Season At UA (Yrs.) Same Assistant Coaches Carl Capellas Oliver Slawson, Stuart Dobson

Soccer Information Twitter Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At NIU (Yrs.) Assistant Coaches

@NIUmsoccer Eric Luzzi St. Mary’s Minn. (‘97) 68-77-15 (9) 41-30-6 (4) Garrett Biller Mike Boland

2012 Season Overall Record 18-1-3 MAC Record 7-0 MAC Finish 1st Postseason Conference; NCAA Third Round

2012 Season Overall Record MAC Record MAC Finish Postseason

7-10-3 4-2-1 T-2nd Conference

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

9/8 5/6 11

Top Returning Players Reinaldo Brenes - Sr. - F 17G-13GS 11 G, 2 A, 24 PTS, 42 SH, 21 SOG Bryan Gallego - Jr. - D 22G-22GS 1 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 8 SH, 4 SOG Eric Stevenson - Sr. - M/F 22G-22GS 7 G, 5 A, 19 PTS, 82 SH, 23 SOG

Top Returning Players Isaac Kannah - Jr. - M/F Gael Rivera - Sr. - M James Stevenson - Sr. - F

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

10/12 6/5 11 19G-18GS 2 G, 1 A, 5 PTS, 38 SH 20G-18GS 4 G, 1 A, 9 PTS, 31 SH 18G-13GS 3 G, 2 A, 8 PTS, 19 SH

University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

Oneonta, N.Y. 1797 1,558 Margaret L. Drugovich Kim Fierke Hawks Mid-American Wellesley Blue and White

Soccer Information Twitter Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At HC (Yrs.) Assistant Coaches

@HawkTalk John Scott Abertay (‘00) 12-30-8 (3) Same Beau Brinsko

2012 Season Overall Record MAC Record MAC Finish Postseason

5-10-2 2-5 7th None

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

15/4 8/3 9

Top Returning Players Will Broomfield - Sr. - M 4G-4GS 1 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 7 SH, 2 SOG Marc Russell - So. - F 15G-7GS 4 G, 2 A, 10 PTS, 16 SH, 9 SOG Chris Walter - Jr. - D 17G-17GS 2 G, 2 A, 6 PTS, 8 SH, 2 SOG

Jeremy Reid (815) 753-3706 (716) 867-1908 jreid1@niu.edu NIUHuskies.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

Chris Gondek (607) 431-4703 (607) 742-0170 gondekc@hartwick.edu HartwickHawks.com

Stadium Information Stadium FirstEnergy Stadium - Cub Cadet Field Capacity 5,000 Surface Grass

Stadium Information Stadium NIU Soccer and Track & Field Complex Capacity 2,000 Surface FieldTurf

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

Elmore Field 3,000 Grass

Jared Embick Head Coach

Eric Luzzi Head Coach

Paul Warner (330) 972-2677 (330) 962-0352 pwarner@uakron.edu GoZips.com

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John Scott Head Coach


MAC Opponents Western Michigan

Buffalo

October 26 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

Bowling Green

November 1 UB Stadium Buffalo, N.Y.

November 8 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

Kalamazoo, Mich. 1903 25,086 John Dunn Kathy Beauregard Broncos Mid-American Brown and Gold

University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

Buffalo, N.Y. 1846 19, 058 Satisha K. Tripathi Daniel J. White Bulls Mid-American Blue and White

University Information Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Nickname Conference Colors

Bowling Green, Ohio 1910 14, 807 Mary Ellen Mazey Chris Kingston Falcons Mid-American Orange and Brown

Soccer Information Twitter Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At WMU (Yrs.) Assistant Coaches

@WMUMensSoccer Chad Wiseman Western Michigan (‘03) 53-25-6 (4) First Season Josh Ross Marc Frankland

Soccer Information Twitter Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At UB (Yrs.) Assistant Coaches

@BullsMensSoccer Stu Riddle Coastal Carolina (‘03) 33-36-8 (4) First Season Rahim Mohamed Cody Camp

Soccer Information Twitter Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At BGSU (Yrs.) Assistant Coaches

@BGSUmenssoccer Eric Nichols Ohio State (‘00) 86-60-14 (8) 24-38-12 (4) Charlie Edwards Paul Habrecht, Greg Hennelly

2012 Season Overall Record MAC Record MAC Finish Postseason

11-6-2 3-3-1 T-4th None

2012 Season Overall Record MAC Record MAC Finish Postseason

5-11-1 3-4 6th None

2012 Season Overall Record MAC Record MAC Finish Postseason

8-9-3 3-3-1 T-4th Conference

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

12/8 5/6 14

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

8/11 5/6 14

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

13/6 9/2 7

Top Returning Players Jason Grant - Jr. - F 18G-17GS 5 G, 2 A, 12 PTS, 32 SH, 14 SOG Ryan Lemasters - Sr. - M 19G-19GS 2 G, 8 A, 12 PTS, 20 SH, 3 SOG Oliver Mayer - Sr. - M 19G-16GS 4 G, 4 A, 12 PTS, 44 SH, 12 SOG

Top Returning Players Marek Albert - Sr. - F 17G-11GS 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 16 SH, 9 SOG Jesse Andoh - Sr. - M/D 17G-14GS 0 G, 1 A, 1 PT, 5 SH, 2 SOG Shane Satar - So. - D 17G-9GS 0 G, 1 A, 1 PT, 8 SH, 2 SOG

Top Returning Players Danny Baraldi - Jr. - M 19G-19GS 6 G, 2 A, 19 PTS, 50 SH, 20 SOG Anthony Grant - Sr. - F 20G-18GS 8 G, 4 A, 20 PTS, 47 SH, 22 SOG Michael Wiest - Sr. - GK 20G-19GS 8-9-3, 1.10 GAA, 100 SV, .813 SV%, 7 SHO

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

Kristin Keirns (269) 387-4123 (269) 998-8062 kristin.keirns@wmich.edu WMUBroncos.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

Joe Kepler (716) 645-5523 (716) 254-1711 jdkepler@buffalo.edu BuffaloBulls.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Web Site

Mike Cihon (419) 372-0474 (419) 308-0691 mjcihon@bgsu.edu BGSUFalcons.com

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

WMU Soccer Complex 500 Grass

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

UB Stadium 29,013 FieldTurf

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

Cochrane Field 700 Grass

Chad Wiseman Head Coach

Stu Riddle Head Coach

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Non-Conference Opponents Central Connecticut State

Radford

August 30 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

September 2 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

University Information Location New Britain, Conn. Founded 1849 Enrollment 12,000 Nickname Blue Devils Conference Northeast Colors Blue and White

University Information Location Radford, Va. Founded 1910 Enrollment 8,350 Nickname Highlanders Conference Big South Colors Red and White

University Information Location Washington, D.C. Founded 1789 Enrollment 7,590 Nickname Hoyas Conference Big East Colors Blue and Gray

University Information Location Bloomington, Ind. Founded 1820 Enrollment 32,543 Nickname Hoosiers Conference Big Ten Colors Cream and Crimson

Soccer Information Head Coach Shaun Green Alma Mater Davis & Elkins (‘85) Overall Record (Yrs.) 247-222-53 (28) At CCSU (Yrs.) Same

Soccer Information Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At RU (Yrs.)

Soccer Information Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At GU (Yrs.)

Soccer Information Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At IU (Yrs.)

2012 Season Overall Record 8-8-2 Postseason None

2012 Season Overall Record 10-6-4 Postseason Conference

2012 Season Overall Record 19-4-3 Postseason Conference; NCAA Final

2012 Season Overall Record 16-5-3 Postseason Conference; NCAA Champion

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

18/8 5/6 11

Georgetown

Marc Reeves Brunel (‘98) 26-23-9 (3) Same

16/3 9/2 7

Indiana

September 6 Shaw Field Washington, D.C.

September 8 Armstrong Stadium Bloomington, Ind.

Brian Wiese Dartmouth (‘95) 74-50-15 (7) Same

18/7 7/4 8

Todd Yeagley Indiana (‘02) 46-26-12 (4) 39-17-10 (3)

15/8 8/3 5

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Tommy Meade Office Phone (860) 832-3057 Cell Phone (860) 422-0496 E-Mail meadet@ccsu.edu Web Site CCSUBlueDevils.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Tom Galbraith Office Phone (540) 831-5726 Cell Phone (256) 617-0988 E-Mail tgalbraith@radford.edu Web Site RUHighlanders.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Barbara Barnes Office Phone (202) 687-7155 Cell Phone (202) 716-7760 E-Mail bj57@georgetown.edu Web Site GUHoyas.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Melanie Schneider Office Phone (812) 856-2939 Cell Phone (812) 325-6789 E-Mail ms48@indiana.edu Web Site IUHoosiers.com

Stadium Information Stadium CCSU Soccer Field Capacity 1,000 Surface FieldTurf

Stadium Information Stadium Cupp Stadium Capacity 5,000 Surface Grass

Stadium Information Stadium Shaw Field Capacity 1,625 Surface Grass

Stadium Information Stadium Yeagley Field at Armstrong Stadium Capacity 6,100 Surface Grass

Wright State September 13 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

St. John’s September 15 Belson Stadium Queens, N.Y.

Michigan

Penn State

September 21 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

September 25 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

University Information Location Dayton, Ohio Founded 1967 Enrollment 18,786 Nickname Raiders Conference Horizon Colors Green and Gold

University Information Location Queens, N.Y. Founded 1870 Enrollment 21,087 Nickname Red Storm Conference Big East Colors Red and White

University Information Location Ann Arbor, Mich. Founded 1817 Enrollment 43,426 Nickname Wolverines Conference Big Ten Colors Maize and Blue

University Information Location University Park, Pa. Founded 1855 Enrollment 39,192 Nickname Nittany Lions Conference Big Ten Colors Blue and White

Soccer Information Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At WSU (Yrs.)

Bryan Davis Wisconsin (‘01) 25-42-5 (4) Same

Soccer Information Head Coach Dr. Dave Masur Alma Mater Rutgers (‘84) Overall Record (Yrs.) 367-123-76 (26) At STJ (Yrs.) 314-102-70 (22)

Soccer Information Head Coach Chaka Daley Alma Mater Providence (‘96) Overall Record (Yrs.) 101-121-28 (13) At UM (Yrs.) 11-10-1 (1)

Soccer Information Head Coach Bob Warming Alma Mater Berea (‘75) Overall Record (Yrs.) 415-202-72 (35) At PSU (Yrs.) 32-22-8 (3)

2012 Season Overall Record 4-13-1 Postseason None

2012 Season Overall Record 10-5-4 Postseason Conference; NCAA 1st Round

2012 Season Overall Record 11-10-1 Postseason Conference; NCAA 2nd Round

2012 Season Overall Record 9-5-3 Postseason Conference

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

20/4 8/3 12

14/7 7/4 12

14/6 8/3 10

16/12 5/6 9

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Matt Zircher Office Phone (937) 775-2831 Cell Phone (937) 304-6586 E-Mail matt.zircher@wright.edu Web Site WSURaiders.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Tim Brown Office Phone (718) 990-1521 Cell Phone (413) 519-5255 E-Mail brownt1@stjohns.edu Web Site RedStormsports.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Scott Kemps Office Phone (734) 647-8175 Cell Phone (201) 248-0816 E-Mail skemps@umich.edu Web Site MGoBlue.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Sean Ellenby Office Phone (814) 865-1757 Cell Phone (814) 441-9130 E-Mail sre14@psu.edu Web Site GoPSUSports.com

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

Stadium Information Stadium U-M Soccer Stadium Capacity 2,200 Surface Grass

Stadium Information Stadium Jeffrey Field Capacity 5,000 Surface Grass

Alumni Field 750 FieldTurf

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Non-Conference Opponents Stony Brook

High Point

Georgia State

October 8 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

October 15 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

October 19 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

University Information Location Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded 1957 Enrollment 16,342 Nickname Seawolves Conference America East Colors Red and Gray

University Information Location High Point, N.C. Founded 1924 Enrollment 4,000 Nickname Panthers Conference Big South Colors Purple and White

University Information Location Atlanta, Ga. Founded 1913 Enrollment 33,000 Nickname Panthers Conference Sun Belt Colors Blue and White

University Information Location Washington, D.C. Founded 1893 Enrollment 7,212 Nickname Eagles Conference Patriot League Colors Red, White and Blue

Soccer Information Head Coach Ryan Anatol Alma Mater South Florida (‘02) Overall Record (Yrs.) 21-12-5 (2) At SBU (Yrs.) Same

Soccer Information Head Coach Alma Mater Overall Record (Yrs.) At HPU (Yrs.)

Dustin Fonder Roanoke (‘94) 60-47-13 (6) Same

Soccer Information Head Coach Brett Surrency Alma Mater Jacksonville (‘04) Overall Record (Yrs.) 26-27-4 (3) At GSU (Yrs.) Same

Soccer Information Head Coach Todd West Alma Mater George Mason (‘88) Overall Record (Yrs.) 117-108-29 (13) At AU (Yrs.) Same

2012 Season Overall Record 11-6-1 Postseason Conference

2012 Season Overall Record 12-5-3 Postseason Conference

2012 Season Overall Record 6-12 Postseason None

2012 Season Overall Record 11-6-2 Postseason Conference

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

2013 Season Lettermen Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost Newcomers

15/8 5/6 10

10/16 5/6 18

12/6 7/3 7

American October 22 Reeves Field Washington, D.C.

19/7 8/3 8

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Thomas Chen Office Phone (631) 632-7289 Cell Phone (914) 843-7185 E-Mail thomas.chen@stonybrook.edu Web Site GoSeawolves.org

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Joe Arancio Office Phone (336) 841-4638 Cell Phone (336) 884-2100 E-Mail jarancio@highpoint.edu Web Site HighPointPanthers.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Matt Arsenault Office Phone (404) 413-4034 Cell Phone (864) 529-2086 E-Mail marsenault1@gsu.edu Web Site GeorgiaStateSports.com

Sports Information Men’s Soccer SID Mike Gambardella Office Phone (202) 885-3032 Cell Phone (202) 885-6069 E-Mail mike.gambardella@american.edu Web Site AUEagles.com

Stadium Information Stadium Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium Capacity 8,136 Surface FieldTurf

Stadium Information Stadium Capacity Surface

Stadium Information Stadium GSU Soccer Field Capacity 1,892 Surface Grass

Stadium Information Stadium Reeves Field Capacity 600 Surface Grass

Vert Stadium 1,100 Turf

2013 Schedule

Day

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Friday

August 30

Central Connecticut State#

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:30 p.m.

Monday

September 2

Radford#

Morgantown, W.Va.

2:30 p.m.

Friday

September 6

Georgetown

Washington, D.C.

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

September 8

Indiana

Bloomington, Ind.

8:00 p.m.

Friday

September 13

Wright State

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:30 p.m.

Sunday

September 15

St. John’s

Queens, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

September 21

Michigan

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Wednesday

September 25

Penn State

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

September 29

Akron*

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

October 5

Northern Illinois*

Morgantown, W.Va.

TBD

Tuesday

October 8

Stony Brook

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

October 11

Hartwick*

Oneonta, N.Y.

7:00 p.m.

Tuesday

October 15

High Point

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

October 19

Georgia State

Morgantown, W.Va.

TBD

Tuesday

October 22

American

Washington, D.C.

3:00 p.m.

Saturday

October 26

Western Michigan*

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

November 1

Buffalo*

Buffalo, N.Y.

7:30 p.m.

Friday

November 8

Bowling Green*

Morgantown, W.Va.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

November 15

MAC Semifinals

at No. 1 seed

TBD

Sunday

November 17

MAC Finals

at No. 1 seed

TBD

* Mid-American Conference games # West Virginia/Penn State Invitational

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vs. 2013 Opponents Akron

Date 9/24/1966 9/16/1967 11/1/1969 10/31/1970 11/10/1973 9/4/1982 9/4/1983 9/2/1995 11/23/2005 9/5/2008 11/21/2010 10/20/2012

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score H L 2-4 A W 4-3 A L 0-3 H L 2-5 H W 4-3 2OT N T 3-3 A L 0-4 A L 0-1 A L 0-5 A L 0-1 A L 2-3 A L 1-2

Hartwick

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 9/6/1997 N L2OT 2-3 9/9/2001 N L 1-2 10/14/2012 H W 3-1

High Point

Date 8/30/2002

American

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 9/18/1988 A L 1-5 10/19/2005 A W 2-0 10/11/2006 H WOT 2-1 9/15/2012 H W 2-0

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score H W 1-0

Northern Illinois

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 10/27/2012 A L 0-1 11/9/2012 N L 0-1

Penn State

Bowling Green

Date 9/14/1979 9/3/1983 9/14/1986 9/4/1995 11/3/2012

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score N W2OT 3-2 N L 0-1 A LOT 0-1 N L2OT 2-6 A W 1-0

Buffalo

Date 10/8/1989 9/13/1998 8/27/2006 9/6/2009 10/7/2012

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score A W 3-0 H W 4-1 H T2OT 0-0 2OT H W 1-0 H W 2-0

Date 9/20/1995 10/27/1996 9/17/1997 10/7/1998 10/6/1999 10/11/2000 9/26/2001 11/4/2002 9/29/2004 10/8/2005 10/14/2006 10/13/2007 10/25/2008 10/24/2009 10/2/2010 10/8/2011

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score A L 2-4 H W 1-0 A L 1-4 H L 0-3 A L2OT 3-4 H L 2-3 A L 1-2 H L 0-1 A L 1-2 H W 1-0 A W 2-0 H WOT 1-0 A L 0-1 H L 1-2 A L 0-1 H W 1-0

Georgetown

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 10/9/1965 H L 2-9 10/8/1966 A W 3-2 10/7/1967 H L 2-6 10/5/1968 A W 2-1 10/4/1969 H L 0-2 10/3/1970 A L 0-5 10/27/1971 H W 1-0 10/6/1972 A L 4-6 10/6/1973 H W 3-1 9/18/1974 A L 2-7 10/3/1975 H L 0-2 10/1/1976 A L 1-3 9/30/1977 H L 1-2 9/29/1978 A L 0-4 9/28/1979 H L 1-3 9/25/1981 A L 0-1 9/7/1982 H L 0-1 9/9/1983 A L 1-4 9/11/1984 H L 1-3 9/13/1985 A L 1-4 9/15/1987 H TOT 1-1 9/9/1988 A L 0-3 10/17/1989 H L 0-3 10/19/1990 A L 0-4 9/27/2006 A W 2-1 9/2/2007 N W 1-0 9/6/2012 A TOT 0-0

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Radford

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 9/11/1992 A L 1-3 9/11/1993 H W 2-1 9/14/1994 A T2OT 2-2 10/28/1999 A WOT 4-3 10/14/2000 A WOT 2-1 9/2/2001 H W 3-2

St. John’s

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 9/16/1995 H T2OT 1-1 9/22/1996 H L 1-3 10/24/1997 A L 0-1 10/18/1998 H W 1-0 9/17/1999 A T2OT 1-1 9/22/2000 H L 0-4 11/3/2001 A L 0-2 11/1/2003 H L 0-2 9/3/2004 A L 0-2 11/6/2004 A W 1-0 11/5/2006 N LOT 0-1 9/21/2007 A L 0-1 11/6/2011 H L 0-2

Western Michigan

Date 9/29/2012

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Site Result Score A T2OT 1-1

Wright State

Overall: 7-3 Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 3-0 Date Site Result Score 10/24/1987 H W 1-0 10/28/1989 A L 0-1 9/12/1999 H W2OT 3-2 9/28/2000 A L 0-2 9/6/2005 H W 3-0


84.................................................... Season Notes 85......................................................Final Results 86............................................... Overall Statistics 87............................................. Big East Statistics 88...................................Miscellaneous Statistics

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Review

2012 Season Recap

Peabo Doue After making a late conference change from the Big East to the Mid-American Conference, a seniorladen squad faced much adversity throughout the 2012 season. Coach Marlon LeBlanc led the Mountaineers to their ninth winning season in the last 10 years, posting a 9-6-2 record and making a trip to the MAC Tournament in the inaugural season competing in the conference. With an 8-1 record at home in 2012, WVU improved its home record to an astonishing 24-5 over the last three seasons. The Mountaineers’ balanced scoring attack was led by Eric Schoenle, who scored six goals for 12 points, while Majed Osman finished with three goals. Thirteen different WVU players tallied goals, with 15 recording at least one point. Schoenle also anchored the backline as it was another record-breaking season for the Mountaineers. The team allowed an all-time low 7.7 shots per game and 3.1 shots on goal per game. In his first season as a forward, Peabo Doue made a seamless transition to the left back position. Doue started all 17 matches and was a key contributor both offensively and defensively. Joining Schoenle and Doue was a pair of freshmen as Nick Raskasky played all but one game at right back, and Haydon Bennett was opposite of Schoenle for the majority of the season. The awards continued to flow in for LeBlanc’s team with Schoenle being named to multiple All-America teams, while Doue, Andy Bevin, Uwem Etuk, Travis Pittman and Schoenle were All-MAC members. Etuk and Schoenle were each named to

the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region team and both attended the MLS Combine. Following the season, Schoenle was drafted by the Philadelphia Union in the MLS Supplemental Draft, marking the third-consecutive season that a player has been picked in the MLS Draft. The team earned an NSCAA Team Academic Award for its team grade point average (GPA) for the 2011-12 academic year. The Mountaineers, who earned the award for the fifth-straight season, were one of 220 soccer teams in all divisions to have achieved at least a 3.0 GPA. Bevin and Craig Stephens also were each named to the Academic All-MAC squad. Despite losing a group of eight seniors, freshmen contributed with 63 starts, 42 percent of the goals, 41 percent of the points and 36 percent of the shots in 2012. That group will lead the Mountaineers into year two of MAC play and the ultimate goal of making a trip back to the NCAA tournament.

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Mountaineer Trends Category Record Overall 9-6-2 Playing at home 8-1-0 Playing at a neutral site 0-1-0 Playing away 1-4-2 Games following a victory 7-3-1 Games following a loss 1-2-1 Games following a tie 1-1-0 Playing in single overtime 0-0-0 Playing in double overtime 0-0-2 Playing ranked opponents 0-3-0 Playing unranked opponents 9-3-2 Playing conference opponents 4-3-1 Playing non-conference opponents 5-3-1 In one-goal games 3-6-0 Mountaineers score first 8-1-0 Opponent scores first 1-5-1 Leading at halftime 5-0-0 Tied at halftime 4-4-1 Trailing at halftime 0-2-1 Playing televised games 0-0-0 Playing at night (After 5 p.m.) 4-4-1 Playing during the day 5-2-1 Playing in the rain 0-0-0 Scoring 1-2 goals 5-2-1 Scoring three goals or more 4-0-0 Wearing white jerseys 8-2-0 Wearing blue jerseys 1-4-2


Team Statistics Date

Game-by-Game Team Statistics Opponent

Score G

A

Pts

Sh

Shot% SOG SOG% YC-RC GW

PK-ATT Min

Aug. 25, 2012 Hartford

2-1 2 4 8 14 .143 6 .429 2-1 1 0-0 991

Aug. 27, 2012 Stetson

1-0 1 1 3 14 .071 2 .143 0-0 1 0-0 989

Aug. 31, 2012 at North Carolina 0-1 0 0 0 5 .000 2 .400 1-0 0 0-0 991 Sept. 2, 2012 at Wake Forest

0-1 0 0 0 6 .000 0 .000 3-1 0 0-0 990

Sept. 6, 2012 at Penn State

0-0 0 0 0 13 .000 4 .308 2-0 0 0-0 1211

Sept. 9, 2012 Oakland

4-2 4 5 13 16 .250 9 .562 0-0 1 0-0 989

Sept. 15, 2012 American

2-0 2 4 8 19 .105 11 .579 1-0 1 0-0 990

Sept. 23, 2012

4-0

Florida Atlantic

Sept. 26, 2012 Iona

4

4

12

18

.222

10

.556

0-0

1

1-1

990

3-1 3 6 12 22 .136 9 .409 2-0 1 0-0 990

Sept. 29, 2012 at Western Michigan 1-1 1 1 3 14 .071 9 .643 1-0 0 0-0 1209 Oct. 2, 2012 Elon

2-3 2 4 8 27 .074 11 .407 0-0 0 0-0 990

Oct. 7, 2012 Buffalo

2-0 2 2 6 23 .087 7 .304 1-0 1 1-1 990

Oct. 14, 2012 Hartwick

3-1 3 5 11 12 .250 5 .417 1-0 1 0-0 990

Oct. 20, 2012 at Akron

1-2 1 1 3 6 .167 2 .333 1-0 0 0-0 992

Oct. 27, 2012 at Northern Illinois 0-1 0 0 0 10 .000 7 .700 0-0 0 0-0 991 Nov. 3, 2012 at Bowling Green 1-0 1 1 3 10 .100 1 .100 2-0 1 0-0 991 Nov. 9, 2012 vs Northern Illinois 0-1 0 0 0 13 .000 1 .077 0-0 0 0-0 989 West Virginia

26-15 26 38 90 242 .107 96 .397 17-2 9 2-2 17273

Opponent Date

Opponent

15 16 46 131 .115 52 .397 28-2 6 0-1

Score Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% W

L

T

Sho

Faced

Aug. 25, 2012 Hartford

2-1 90:00 1 1.00 3 .750 1 0 0 - 8

Aug. 27, 2012 Stetson

1-0 90:00 0 0.50 3 1.000 1 0 0 1.0 7

Aug. 31, 2012

at North Carolina

0-1

90:00

1

0.67

1

.500

0

1

0

-

4

Sept. 2, 2012

at Wake Forest

0-1

90:00

1

0.75

3

.750

0

1

0

-

9

Sept. 6, 2012

at Penn State

0-0

110:00

0

0.57

2

1.000 0

0

1

1.0

13

Sept. 9, 2012 Oakland

4-2 90:00 2 0.80 6 .750 1 0 0 - 10

Sept. 15, 2012 American

2-0 90:00 0 0.69 1 1.000 1 0 0 1.0 3

Sept. 23, 2012 Florida Atlantic

4-0 90:00 0 0.61 0 .000 1 0 0 1.2 2

Sept. 26, 2012 Iona

3-1 90:00 1 0.65 0 .000 1 0 0 - 3

Sept. 29, 2012

1-1

at Western Michigan

110:00

1

0.67

3

.750

0

0

1

-

12

Oct. 2, 2012 Elon

2-3 90:00 3 0.87 5 .625 0 1 0 - 10

Oct. 7, 2012 Buffalo

2-0 90:00 0 0.80 1 1.000 1 0 0 1.0 8

Oct. 14, 2012 Hartwick

3-1 90:00 1 0.82 0 .000 1 0 0 - 7

Oct. 20, 2012 at Akron

1-2 90:00 2 0.90 3 .600 0 1 0 - 8

Oct. 27, 2012

at Northern Illinois

0-1

90:00

1

0.91

3

.750

0

1

0

-

8

Nov. 3, 2012

at Bowling Green

1-0

90:00

0

0.85

2

1.000 1

0

0

1.0

10

Nov. 9, 2012

vs Northern Illinois

0-1

90:00

1

0.86

1

.500

1

0

-

6

Totals

0

26-15 1570:00 15 0.86 37 .712 9 6 2 6.2 128

Opponent 1570:00 26 0.86 70 .729 6 9 2 5.0 238

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Overall Statisics

Overall Individual Statistics

Name 5 Eric Schoenle 12 Majed Osman 10 Uwem Etuk 7 Travis Pittman 8 Andy Bevin 14 Ryan Cain 22 Jamie Merriam 3 Nick Raskasky 11 Peabo Doue 15 Zak Leedom 9 Shadow Sebele 13 Craig Stephens 21 Kyle Underwood 6 Allan Flott 4 Francio Henry 17 Jay Williams 23 Nick Breitsameter 26 Haydon Bennett 20 Zack Claudio 19 Francis Molasoko 2 Paul Ehrenworth 1 Pat Eavenson

GP-GS 17-16 12-7 17-17 16-12 17-13 15-8 17-5 16-16 17-17 17-9 16-15 15-12 11-0 14-5 14-6 5-0 4-0 14-12 1-0 2-0 5-0 15-15

Min 1455 493 1390 1158 1277 711 550 1353 1549 901 1152 968 154 436 692 61 50 1200 8 9 67 1345

Total Opponents

17 17

17273 26 38 90 242 .107 - 15 16 46 131 .115

G A Pts 6 0 12 3 4 10 2 6 10 2 4 8 2 3 7 2 2 6 2 2 6 2 2 6 1 4 6 1 3 5 1 2 4 1 2 4 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sh Shot% 18 .333 24 .125 23 .087 19 .105 30 .067 16 .125 14 .143 13 .154 17 .059 12 .083 27 .037 16 .062 5 .200 3 .000 2 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

SOG SOG% 10 .556 9 .375 6 .261 12 .632 15 .500 6 .375 6 .429 5 .385 2 .118 5 .417 10 .370 5 .312 3 .600 1 .333 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

YC-RC GW PK-ATT 0-0 2 1-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 2-0 0 1-1 0-0 1 0-0 1-1 1 0-0 4-0 1 0-0 1-0 1 0-0 1-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 5-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 2-1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0

96 .397 52 .397

17-2 9 28-2 6

2-2 0-1

Overall Goalkeeper Statistics

Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 0 Tiley, Yale 3-2 225:00 1 0.40 1 .500 2 0 0 1.1 1 Eavenson, Pat 15-15 1345:00 14 0.94 34 .708 7 6 2 4.1 Team 0:00 0 0.00 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 Total Opponents

17 1570:00 15 0.86 37 .712 9 6 2 17 1570:00 26 1.49 70 .729 6 9 2

6 5

Team saves - 2

Goals By Period

Shots By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 11 15 0 0 26 West Virginia 122 116 2 2 242 Opponents 6 9 0 0 15 Opponents 50 77 1 3 131

Saves By Period

Corner Kicks By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 14 23 0 0 37 West Virginia 50 51 0 0 101 Opponents 35 32 1 2 70 Opponents 16 31 0 0 47

Fouls By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 102 114 5 4 225 Opponents 88 95 2 2 187

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MAC Statistics

MAC Individual Statistics

Name 12 Majed Osman 3 Nick Raskasky 5 Eric Schoenle 10 Uwem Etuk 7 Travis Pittman 8 Andy Bevin 9 Shadow Sebele 14 Ryan Cain 21 Kyle Underwood 6 Allan Flott 11 Peabo Doue 13 Craig Stephens 15 Zak Leedom 22 Jamie Merriam 17 Jay Williams 4 Francio Henry 26 Haydon Bennett 23 Nick Breitsameter 20 Zack Claudio 19 Francis Molasoko 2 Paul Ehrenworth 1 Pat Eavenson

GP-GS 6-4 6-6 7-6 7-7 6-2 7-5 6-6 7-3 5-0 6-3 7-7 5-3 7-7 7-3 3-0 7-2 7-6 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 6-6

Min 284 468 535 581 338 495 399 296 75 245 633 312 524 305 36 339 577 22 8 9 22 515

G A Pts 2 3 7 2 1 5 2 0 4 1 2 4 1 2 4 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total Opponents

7 7

7153 -

12 14 38 93 .129 41 .441 5 6 16 56 .089 17 .304

Sh Shot% 17 .118 4 .500 5 .400 12 .083 5 .200 12 .083 10 .100 8 .125 3 .333 3 .000 6 .000 3 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

SOG SOG% 7 .412 2 .500 4 .800 4 .333 4 .800 6 .500 6 .600 3 .375 1 .333 1 .333 0 .000 1 .333 1 .500 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

YC-RC GW PK-ATT 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 1-1 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 0 1-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 2-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 6-0 4 9-0 2

2-2 0-0

MAC Goalkeeper Statistics

Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 0 Tiley, Yale 2-1 135:00 0 0.00 1 1.000 1 0 0 1.1 1 Eavenson, Pat 6-6 515:00 5 0.87 10 .667 3 2 1 1.1 Team 0:00 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 0 1.0 Total Opponents

7 650:00 5 0.69 12 .706 4 2 1 7 650:00 12 1.66 29 .707 2 4 1

3 1

Team saves - 1

Goals By Period

Shots By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 5 7 0 0 12 West Virginia 48 43 1 1 93 Opponents 2 3 0 0 5 Opponents 23 32 0 1 56

Saves By Period

Corner Kicks By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 6 6 0 0 12 West Virginia 15 19 0 0 34 Opponents 13 14 1 1 29 Opponents 11 10 0 0 21

Fouls By Period

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia 42 44 2 3 91 Opponents 30 35 0 0 65

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Results

WVU’s 2012 Senior Class

2012 Results 9-6-2 Overall, 4-2-1 MAC

Date Opponent Aug. 25 Hartford+ Aug. 27 Stetson+ Aug. 31 at #1 North Carolina Sept. 2 at #23 Wake Forest Sept. 6 at Penn State Sept. 9 Oakland Sept. 15 American Sept. 23 Florida Atlantic* Sept. 26 Iona Sept. 29 at Western Michigan* Oct. 2 Elon Oct. 7 Buffalo* Oct. 14 Hartwick* Oct. 20 at #3 Akron* Oct. 27 at Northern Illinois* Nov. 3 at Bowling Green* Nov. 9 vs. Northern Illinois~

Result W, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 4-2 W, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-3 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 L, 0-1

* Mid-American Conference match + WVU/Penn State Invitational, Morgantown, W.Va. ~ MAC Semifinal, Akron, Ohio

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Individual Records Matches Played

Team Records Matches Played

1. 23 2. 22 3. 21 5. 20

Goals

1. 67 2. 53 3. 50 4. 48 5. 46

Assists

1. 48 2. 46 3. 44 4. 38 5. 37

2005 2007 2006 2010 7 times 1967 1973 1972 1968 1966 2010 1990 1967 2012 1973

Points

1. 178 1967 2. 143 1973 3. 134 1990 4. 129 1968 5. 127 1972

Shots

1. 308 2005 2. 305 1998 3. 304 1992 2006 5. 301 1971

Shots on Goal

1. 128 2005 2006 3. 121 2007 4. 113 2010 5. 104 2004

Hat Tricks

1. 7 2. 5 3. 3 4. 2

Points Per Game

1. 14.83 2. 12.90 3. 9.77 4. 9.53 5. 8.00

Goals Per Game

1. 5.58 2. 4.80 3. 4.00 4. 3.85 5. 3.53

Assists Per Game

1. 3.67 2. 3.30 3. 2.56 4. 2.47 5. 2.29

1967 1973 1972 1975 1976 1994 1995 1999 2004 1967 1968 1972 1973 1962 1967 1968 1962 1972 1973 1967 1968 1990 1973 2010

Season 1. Mike Anoia (2005) Zak Boggs (2005) Geoff Cameron (2005) Reed Cooper (2005) Andrew Halsell (2005) Devon McTavish (2005) Dan Stratford (2005) Chris Wittig (2005) 10. 8 players Career 1. Mike Anoia (2004-07) Dan Stratford (2004-07) 3. Pat Carroll (2004-07) Andy Wright (2004-07) 5. Reed Cooper (2004-07) 6. Matt Anstey (2003-06) 7. Dustin Hicks (1989-92) Gift Maworere (2006-09) 9. Andy Leardini (1994-97) Ruben Garrido (2008-11)

Goals 23

Career 1. Pat Carroll (2004-07) 2. Andy Wright (2004-07) 3. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 4. Gift Maworere (2006-09) 5. Eric Schoenle (2009-12) 6. Jared Feola (1996-99) 7. Devon McTavish (2002-05) Raymon Gaddis (2008-11) 9. Travis Pittman (2009-12) Shadow Sebele (2009-12)

22 85 83 82 78 77 76

23 22

Career 1. Pat Carroll (2004-07) 2. Andy Wright (2004-07) 3. Eric Schoenle (2009-12) 4. Gift Maworere (2006-09) 5. Raymon Gaddis (2008-11) 6. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 7. Andrew Halsell (2004-07) 8. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 9. Travis Pittman (2009-12) 10. Peabo Doue (2009-12)

84

Season 1. Jack Cardosa (1973) 2. Walter Nistorenko (1967) 3. Nick Ivahnenko (1966) Dennis Almeida (1972) 5. Butch Rossi (1965) Andy Leardini (1994) Andy Leardini (1995) 8. Walter Nistorenko (1968) Jarrod Smith (2006) 10. Ashy Mabrouk (1982) John Keating (1988) Andy Leardini (1997) Career 1. Jack Cardosa (1972-75) 2. Andy Leardini (1994-97) 3. Walter Nistorenko (1967-68) 4. Ashy Mabrouk (1980-83) 5. John Keating (1988-91) Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 7. Dennis Almeida (1971-72) 8. Chin Orih (1998-01) 9. Manny Matos (1971-74) 10. Craig Patton (1997-00)

28 27 17 15 14 13

53 48 41 37 32 29 27 25 23

Assists 21 81 80 79 77 74 73 72 67

Minutes Season 1. Pat Carroll (2007) 2. Andrew Halsell (2007) 3. Raymon Gaddis (2010) Uzi Tayou (2010) 5. Andrew Halsell (2005) 6. Devon McTavish (2005) 7. Andrew Halsell (2006) 8. Shadow Sebele (2010) 9. Dan Stratford (2007) 10. Pat Carroll (2005)

14

Individual Game Jack Cardosa 6 (vs. St. Francis (Pa.) – 9/29/73)

Matches Started Season 1. Andrew Halsell (2005) Devon McTavish (2005) 3. Pat Carroll (2005) Reed Cooper (2005) Mike Anoia (2007) Pat Carroll (2007) Andrew Halsell (2007) Paul Paradise (2007) Dan Stratford (2007) 10. 8 players

Team Game vs. Charleston (W.Va.) - 9/13/75

Individual Game Jack Cardosa 12 (vs. St. Francis (Pa.) – 9/29/73)

2,040 2,015 1,961 1,932 1,919 1,900 1,854 1,846 1,832 6,878 6,755 6,734 6,712 6,687 6,468 6,014 5,820 5,558 5,395

Team Game 2 times 9 last: vs. Charleston (W.Va.) - 9/13/75 Individual Game 13 players Season 1. Len Forslund (1967) Darren Eals (1991) 3. Walter Nistorenko (1967) Shadow Sebele (2010) 5. Sam Vieceli (1973) Dan Stratford (2006) 7. Graham Evans (1990) 8. Dennis Almeida (1972) Manny Matos (1973) Dan Stratford (2007) Career 1. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 2. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 3. Uwem Etuk (2009-12) 4. Len Forslund (1967-68) Walter Nistorenko (1967-68) Sam Vieceli (1970-73) Andy Wright (2004-07) 8. Fernando Santos (1981-83) Todd Gispert (1992-95) 10. Dennis Almeida (1971-72) Manny Matos (1971-74) Graham Evans (1989-90, 92) Travis Pittman (2009-12)

3 12 11 10 9 8

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Career 1. Jack Cardosa (1972-75) 2. Andy Leardini (1994-97) 3. Walter Nistorenko (1967-68) 4. Ashy Mabrouk (1980-83) 5. John Keating (1988-91) 6. Dennis Almeida (1971-72) 7. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 8. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 9. Manny Matos (1971-74) 10. Chin Orih (1998-01)

65 59 42 38 34 33 32

115 109 99 87 74 73 72 67 65 64

Shots Team Game vs. Canisius - 10/4/95

34

Individual Game Nick Ivahnenko 17 (vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) – 10/15/66) Season 1. Jarrod Smith (2005) 2. Dennis Almeida (1971) 3. Shadow Sebele (2010) 4. Walter Nistorenko (1968) 5. Dan Stratford (2007) 6. Omid Namazi (1987) Chin Orih (1998) 8. Chin Orih (2001) 9. Peabo Doue (2010) 10. Terry Parfitt (1968) Matt Tanzini (1997) Career 1. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 2. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 3. John Keating (1988-91) 4. Andy Leardini (1994-97) 5. Chin Orih (1998-01) 6. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 7. Andy Wright (2004-07) 8. Peabo Doue (2009-12) 9. Wayne Morgan (1987-89, 91) Keith Quill (1990-93)

79 77 63 61 59 56 55 54 53

214 182 167 164 160 152 151 130 125

Shots on Goal 16 15

Team Game 2 times last: vs. Richmond - 9/16/11 Individual Game 2 players

Points Team Game vs. Charleston (W.Va.) - 9/13/75

Season 1. Walter Nistorenko (1967) 2. Jack Cardosa (1973) 3. Dennis Almeida (1972) 4. Nick Ivahnenko (1966) 5. Walter Nistorenko (1968) 6. Ashy Mabrouk (1982) Andy Leardini (1994) Andy Leardini (1997) 9. Andy Leardini (1995) Jarrod Smith (2006)

37

Season 1. Jarrod Smith (2005) 2. Dan Stratford (2007) 3. Jarrod Smith (2006) 4. Dan Stratford (2006) 5. Shadow Sebele (2010) 6. Franck Tayou (2010)

15

5 35 28 25 24 22 21


Individual Records 7.

Devon McTavish (2004) Jarrod Smith (2004) Andy Wright (2006) Peabo Doue (2010)

Career 1. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 2. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 3. Andy Wright (2004-07) 4. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 5. Peabo Doue (2009-12) 6. Devon McTavish (2002-05) 7. Uwem Etuk (2009-12) 8. Andy Bevin (2011-present) 9. Paul Paradise (2007-08) 10. Geoff Cameron (2004-05)

20

92 86 60 56 42 37 32 31 27 25

Penalty Kicks Season 1. Travis Furbee (1994) Dan Stratford (2004) Shadow Sebele (2011) 4. John Keating (1988) Todd Gispert (1993) Riku Hirn (1996) Craig Patton (1999) Dan Stratford (2005) Shadow Sebele (2010) 10. 19 players Career 1. Dan Stratford (2004-07) Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 3. John Keating (1988-91) 4. Travis Furbee (1994) 5. Todd Gispert (1992-95) Riku Hirn (1995-96) Craig Patton (1997-00) Chin Orih (1998-01) Aaron Pitchkolan (2002-04) Jarrod Smith (2003-06) Travis Pittman (2009-12)

3 2

1 6 4 3 2

Hat Tricks Season 1. Walter Nistorenko (1967) 2. Jack Cardosa (1973) 3. Dennis Almeida (1972) 4. Roberto Calzadilla (1976) Andy Leardini (1994) Andy Leardini (1995) 7. 19 players Career 1. Walter Nistorenko (1967-68) Andy Leardini (1994-97) 3. Dennis Almeida (1971-72) Jack Cardosa (1972-75) 5. Roberto Calzadilla (1973-76) 6. 17 players

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 2 1

Multi-Goal Games Season 1. Walter Nistorenko (1967) 2. Jack Cardosa (1973) 3. Walter Nistorenko (1968) 4. Nick Ivahnenko (1966) Dennis Almeida (1971) Dennis Almeida (1972) Jarrod Smith (2006) 8. 5 players Career 1. Walter Nistorenko (1967-68) 2. Jack Cardosa (1972-75)

10 7 6 5

4

3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Andy Leardini (1994-97) Dennis Almeida (1971-72) Jarrod Smith (2003-06) Chin Orih (1998-01) Nick Ivahnenko (1966-67) Roberto Calzadilla (1973-76) 6 players

10 7 6 5 4

Multi-Assist Games Season 1. Graham Evans (1990) Darren Eals (1991) 3. Manny Matos (1973) Sam Vieceli (1973) Omid Namazi (1987) Luis de la Mata (1995) Tim Keating (1998) Dan Stratford (2006) Dan Stratford (2007) Uwem Etuk (2010) Shadow Sebele (2010)

3 2

Career 1. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 2. Omid Namazi (1984-87) Graham Evans (1989-90, 92) Graham Evans (1990) Darren Eals (1991) Luis de la Mata (1993, 95-97) Uwem Etuk (2009-12) Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 9. 7 players

4 3

2

Season 1. Nick Ivahnenko (1966) Bill Lanza (1966) Andy Leardini (1994) Jarrod Smith (2006) Franck Tayou (2010) 6. 11 players

5

4

Career 1. Andy Leardini (1994-07) 2. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) Andy Wright (2004-07) 4. Jack Cardosa (1972-75) Dan Stratford (2004-07) 6. Craig Patton (1997-00) 7. Al Barker (1961-63) Chin Orih (1998-01) Eric Schoenle (2009-12) 10. Oskar Schroeder (1963-65) Dennis Almeida (1971-72) Matt Tanzini (1997-98)

12 11 11 9 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6

Game-Winning Assists

16 15

85

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5 4

Game-Winning Points Season 1. Dan Stratford (2007) 2. Andy Wright (2007) 3. Nick Ivahnenko (1966) Jarrod Smith (2006) 5. Andy Leardini (1994) Bill Lanza (1996) Craig Patton (1999) Franck Tayou (2010) 9. Jack Cardosa (1973) Andy Leardini (1997) Andy Wright (2006) Shadow Sebele (2011) Career 1. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 2. Andy Wright (2004-07) 3. Andy Leardini (1994-97) 4. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 5. Jack Cardosa (1972-75) 6. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 7. Eric Schoenle (2009-12) 8. Al Barker (1961-63) 9. Chin Orih (1998-01) 10. 6 players

13 12 11 10

9

31 30 25 24 19 18 15 14 13 12

Season (Min. 10 Games) 1. Dennis Almeida (1971) 2. Jarrod Smith (2006) 3. Ashy Mabrouk (1982) 4. Scott Wittman (1980) 5. Ashy Mabrouk (1980) 6. Andy Leardini (1995) 7. Andy Leardini (1994) Andy Leardini (1997) 9. Chin Orih (1999) 10. John Keating (1988) Career (Min. 30 Games) 1. Ashy Mabrouk (1980-83) 2. Andy Leardini (1994-97) 3. Omid Namazi (1984-87) 4. Fernando Santos (1981-83) Chin Orih (1998-01) 6. John Keating (1988-91) 7. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 8. Craig Patton (1997-00) 9. Wayne Morgan (1987-89, 91) Dan Stratford (2004-07)

2.58 2.00 1.94 1.92 1.83 1.78 1.65 1.58 1.56 1.47 1.43 1.34 1.12 1.04 0.97 0.89 0.79

Goals Per Game 5 5 5 4 4 4 3

Career 1. Dan Stratford (2004-07) 2. Andy Wright (2004-07) Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 4. Mike Anoia (2004-07) 5. Keith Quill (1990-93)

Todd Gispert (1992-95) Sam Vieceli (1970-73) Pat Carroll (2004-07) 6 players

Points Per Game

Game-Winning Goals

Season 1. Sam Vieceli (1973) Dan Stratford (2006) Dan Stratford (2007) 4. Mike Anoia (2007) Andy Wright (2007) Shadow Sebele (2010) 7. 9 players

6. 9.

13 8 7 6

Season (Min. 10 Games) 1. Dennis Almeida (1971) 2. Ashy Mabrouk (1980) 3. Jarrod Smith (2006) 4. Andy Leardini (1995) 5. Scott Wittman (1980) 6. Ashy Mabrouk (1982) 7. Andy Leardini (1994) 8. John Keating (1988) 9. Chin Orih (1999) 10. Andy Leardini (1997) Career (Min. 30 Games) 1. Ashy Mabrouk (1980-83) Andy Leardini (1994-97) 3. Omid Namazi (1984-87) Chin Orih (1998-01)

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1.00 0.92 0.88 0.83 0.77 0.76 0.75 0.72 0.67 0.65 0.63 0.47

5. John Keating (1988-91) 6. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 7. Fernando Santos (1981-83) 8. Craig Patton (1997-00) Matt Tanzini (1997-98) 10. Wayne Morgan (1987-89, 91)

0.45 0.43 0.40 0.35 0.34

Assists Per Game Season (Min. 10 Games) 1. Darren Eals (1991) 2. Dennis Almeida (1971) 3. Graham Evans (1990) 4. Shadow Sebele (2010) 5. Hugo Palumbo (1971) Dan Stratford (2006) 7. Ashy Mabrouk (1982) Fernando Santos (1982) Omid Namazi (1987) Ed Ossa (1990) Jason Steiner (1990) Shadow Sebele (2011) Career (Min. 30 Games) 1. Omid Namazi (1984-87) 2. Shadow Sebele (2009-12) 3. Fernando Santos (1981-83) Dan Stratford (2004-07) 5. Graham Evans (1989-90, 92) 6. Uwem Etuk (2009-12) 7. Ashy Mabrouk (1980-83) Todd Gispert (1992-95) Abdul Caulker (1999-00) 10. Andy Wright (2004-07) Travis Pittman (2009-12)

0.71 0.58 0.56 0.52 0.50 0.41

0.41 0.35 0.32 0.29 0.24 0.22 0.20

Yellow Cards Season 1. Aaron Pitchkolan (2002) 2. Mike Smith (1992) Jarrod Smith (2004) Andy Wright (2004) Chris Wittig (2006) Andy Wright (2007) 7. David Rorrer (1996) Chris Wittig (2005) Andy Wright (2005) Matt Drake (2010) Allan Flott (2010) Matt Drake (2011) Career 1. Andy Wright (2004-07) 2. Jarrod Smith (2003-06) 3. Chris Wittig (2003-06) 4. Aaron Pitchkolan (2002-04) Gift Maworere (2006-09) 6. Todd Gispert (1992-95) Matt Mahar (1998-02) Jason Bristol (2006-09) Matt Drake (2010-11) 10. David Rorrer (1994-97)

8 7

6

24 18 17 15 12

11

Red Cards Season 1. 31 players Career 1. Todd Gispert (1992-95) Devon McTavish (2002-05) Paul Cunningham (2004-07) Gift Maworere (2006-09) 5. 22 players

1 2

1


Goalkeeper Records Matches Played

Team Records Minutes

1. 2,121 2. 2,060 3. 2,000 4. 1,980 5. 1,960

Goals Against

1. 8 2. 11 3. 12 5. 13

Goals Against Average

1. 0.48 2. 0.61 3. 0.64 4. 0.68 5. 0.84

2005 2007 2006 1992 2010 1971 2007 1964 2009 1980 2008 2007 2009 2008 2006 2004

Saves

1. 134 1987 2. 132 1984 3. 122 1988 4. 111 1964 5. 105 1992

Save Percentage

1. .922 1971 2. .902 1964 3. .881 1980 4. .876 2007 5. .867 1989

Wins

1. 15 2. 14 3. 13 5. 12

Shutouts

1. 13 2. 12 3. 11 4. 10 5. 9

2006 2007 1999 2005 1990 2004 2007 2005 2006 2009 1989 1992 1998

Season 1. Nick Noble (2005) 2. Zach Johnson (2007) 3. Nick Noble (2006) Zach Johnson (2010) 5. Dani Braga (1994) Carlos Iga (1998) Nick Noble (2004 8. Mark Thienel (1992) Mish Sapsai (1999) Zach Johnson (2008)

Goals-Against Average 23 22 21 20 19

Career 1. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 2. Nick Noble (2003-06) 3. Jon Capon (1978-81) 4. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 5. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 6. Carlos Iga (1996-98) Chris McKinney (2000-02) 8. Bryan Givens (1995-97) 9. Dani Braga (1994-95) 10. George DeAlmeida (1980-83)

80 79 62 56 55 39 37 36 33

Matches Started Season 1. Nick Noble (2005) 2. Zach Johnson (2007) 3. Nick Noble (2006) Zach Johnson (2010) 5. Dani Braga (1994) Carlos Iga (1998) Nick Noble (2004 8. Mark Thienel (1992) Mish Sapsai (1999) Zach Johnson (2008)

20 19

80 77 62 54 59 36 34 33 27 24

Minutes Season 1. Nick Noble (2005) 2. Zach Johnson (2007) 3. Nick Noble (2006) 4. Zach Johnson (2010) 5. Dani Braga (1994) 6. Mark Thienel (1992) 7. Zach Johnson (2008) 8. Carlos Iga (1998) 9. Zach Johnson (2009) 10. Mish Sapsai (1999)

0.71 0.88 1.12 1.17 1.43 1.44 1.46 1.49 1.54 1.67

Career 1. Nick Noble (2003-06) 2. Jon Capon (1978-81) Zach Johnson (2007-10) 4. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 5. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 6. Carlos Iga (1996-98) 7. Charlie Toth (1964-65) Dani Braga (1994-95) 9. Mish Sapsai (1998-99) Pat Eavenson (2012)

Season 1. Mitch Haroldson (1984) 2. Charlie Toth (1964) 3. Mark Bachteler (1988) 4. Mark Thienel (1992) 5. Mark Bachteler (1987) 6. Mark Bachteler (1989) 7. Mark Thienel (1993) 8. Jon Capon (1979) Dani Braga (1994) 10. Jon Capon (1980) Nick Noble (2005) Career 1. Jon Capon (1978-81) 2. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 3. Nick Noble (2003-06) 4. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 5. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 6. Dani Braga (1994-95) 7. Chris McKinney (2000-02) 8. George DeAlmeida (1980-83) 9. Carlos Iga (1996-98) 10. Mitch Haroldson (1984)

2,120 2,051 1,995 1,960 1,887 1,884 1,814 1,773 1,767 1,750

120 111 105 103 102 100 95 93 91

343 327 302 282 245 163 162 151 138 120

Season 1. George Rossi (1971) 2. Charlie Toth (1964) 3. Zach Johnson (2007) 4. Jon Capon (1980) 5. Nick Noble (2006) 6. Mark Bachteler (1989) Zach Johnson (2008) 8. Mitch Haroldson (1984) 9. Zach Johnson (2009) 10. Mark Bachteler (1987)

.851 .848 .843

Career (Min. 2 Seasons) 1. Charlie Toth (1964-65) 2. Jon Capon (1978-81) 3. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 4. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 5. Nick Noble (2003-06) 6. George DeAlmeida (1980-83) 7. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 8. Mish Sapsai (1998-99) 9. Chris McKinney (2000-02) 10. Carlos Iga (1996-98)

.902 .829 .825 .813 .812 .770 .749 .737 .733 .730

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45 37 24 20 18 15 12

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Save Percentage

Career 1. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 7,592 2. Nick Noble (2003-06) 7,135 3. Jon Capon (1978-81) 5,484 4. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 4,787 5. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 4,638 6. Carlos Iga (1996-98) 3,186 7. Chris McKinney (2000-02) 3,181 8. Dani Braga (1994-95) 3,023 9. George DeAlmeida (1980-83) 2,840 10. Bryan Givens (1995-97) 2,680

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0.94 1.02

Season 1. Nick Noble (2006) 2. Zach Johnson (2007) 3. Nick Noble (2005) 4. Nick Noble (2004) Mish Sapsai (1999) 6. Jon Capon (1981) Carlos Iga (1998) Zach Johnson (2010) 9. Jon Capon (1980) Dani Braga (1994)

0.48 0.61 0.63 0.64 0.79 0.87 0.89

Saves 23 22 21

Career 1. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 2. Nick Noble (2003-06) 3. Jon Capon (1978-81) 4. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 5. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 6. Carlos Iga (1996-98) 7. Chris McKinney (2000-02) 9. Dani Braga (1994-95) 8. Bryan Givens (1995-97) 10. Pat Eavenson (2011-12)

Season 1. Zach Johnson (2007) 2. Zach Johnson (2009) 3. Nick Noble (2006) 4. Zach Johnson (2008) 5. Nick Noble (2004) 6. Jon Capon (1980) 7. Mark Bachteler (1989) Justin Holmes (2011) 9. Pat Eavenson (2012) 10. Nick Noble (2005)

Wins

.918 .902 .876 .875 .864 .862

Season 1. Zach Johnson (2007) 2. Nick Noble (2005) 3. Nick Noble (2006) 4. Zach Johnson (2009) 5. Mark Bachteler (1989) 6. Carlos Iga (1998) 7. Jon Capon (1980) Mark Thienel (1992) Jon Capon (1978) Zach Johnson (2008) Career 1. Zach Johnson (2007-10) 2. Nick Noble (2003-06) 3. Jon Capon (1978-81) 4. Mark Bachteler (1987-90) 5. Mark Thienel (1990-93) 6. Carlos Iga (1996-98) 7. Pat Eavenson (2012) 8. George Rossi (1971) 9. Chris McKinney (2000-02) 10. Charlie Toth (1964-65)

13 12 11 10 9 8.5 8

36 34 28 18 15 10.5 7.5 7 7 6


Top Performances Top Single Game Performances Twelve Jack Cardosa (6g)

Points St. Francis (Pa.), 9/29/1973

Ten Dennis Almeida (4g. 2a) Jack Cardosa (5g) Ashy Mabrouk (4g, 2a)

Villanova, 11/11/1972 Towson, 9/8/1973 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1982

Nine Jack Cardosa (4g, 1a)

Baltimore, 9/12/1973

Eight Walter Nistorenko (4g) Dennis Almeida (4g) Jack Cardosa (4g) Ashy Mabrouk (4g)

at William & Mary, 11/17/1967 at George Washington, 10/21/1972 Frostburg State (Md.), 10/17/1973 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/3/1980

Seven Fran Girona (3g, 1a) Roberto Calzadilla (3g, 1a) Roberto Calzadilla (3g, 1a) Fernando Santos (3g, 1a) Omid Namazi (2g, 3a) Andy Leardini (3g, 1a) Andy Leardini (3g, 1a) Six Jack Cardosa Five Jack Cardosa Four Walter Nistorenko Dennis Almeida Dennis Almeida Jack Cardosa Jack Cardosa Ashy Mabrouk Ashy Mabrouk Three Al Barker John Stewart Walter Nistorenko Walter Nistorenko Walter Nistorenko Len Forslund Bill Lanza Walter Nistorenko James Frazee Dennis Almeida Dennis Almeida Sam Vieceli Manny Matos Jim Zylberberg Fran Girona Roberto Calzadilla Roberto Calzadilla Philip Haslam Ashy Mabrouk Fernando Santos Ashy Mabrouk Darren McBride Andy Leardini Andy Leardini Andy Leardini Andy Leardini Andy Leardini Chin Orih Guido Cristofori Dwayne Grant-Higgins Dan Stratford Jarrod Evans Franck Tayou

Charleston (W.Va.), 9/13/1975 Towson, 9/4/1976 Charleston (W.Va.), 9/18/1976 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1982 Marshall, 10/27/1987 Pitt, 11/1/1995 Duquesne, 9/3/1997 Goals St. Francis (Pa.), 9/29/1973 Towson, 9/8/1973 at William & Mary, 11/17/1967 at George Washington, 10/21/1972 Villanova, 11/11/1972 Baltimore, 9/12/1973 Frostburg State (Md.), 10/17/1973 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/3/1980 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1982 Fairmont State (W.Va.), 11/13/1962 at Fairmont State (W.Va.), 9/25/1965 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.), 9/27/1967 Pitt, 10/21/1967 George Washington, 10/28/1967 Slippery Rock (Pa.), 10/31/1967 at Frostburg State (Md.), 11/11/1967 at Frostburg State (Md.), 11/11/1967 at Ohio State, 10/19/1968 St. Bonaventure, 10/8/1971 at St. Francis (Pa.), 10/28/1972 George Washington, 10/20/1973 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1974 Towson, 9/6/1975 Charleston (W.Va.), 9/13/1975 Towson, 9/4/1976 Charleston (W.Va.), 9/18/1976 at Pitt, 11/8/1978 West Liberty (W.Va.), 9/5/1980 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1982 Frostburg State (Md.), 10/29/1982 Saint Joseph’s, 10/25/1991 vs. Saint Peter’s, 9/10/1994 Virginia Tech, 11/1/1994 at Louisville, 9/22/1995 Pitt, 11/1/1995 Duquesne, 9/3/1997 Duquesne, 9/1/1999 at Radford, 10/28/1999 Radford, 9/2/2001 Longwood, 10/3/2004 Delaware, 11/2/2004 Xavier, 11/18/2010

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Assists Baltimore, 9/12/1973 Charleston (W.Va.), 10/19/1974 Charleston (W.Va.), 9/13/1975 at Pitt, 11/8/1978 at St. Bonaventure, 10/11/1987 at St. Bonaventure, 10/11/1987 Marshall, 10/27/1987 at Morehead State, 10/4/1990 at St. Bonaventure, 9/21/1991 Saint Joseph’s, 10/25/1991 Virginia Tech, 11/1/1994 Pitt, 11/1/1995 St. Francis (Pa.), 9/1/2000 Shots vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.), 10/15/1966

Ten Keith Gispert

vs. Canisius, 10/4/1995

Nine Dwayne Grant-Higgins

vs. Radford, 9/2/2001

Eight Slade Jones Paul-Anthony Perez Devon McTavish Jarrod Smith Jarrod Smith

vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 10/2/1996 vs. Syracuse, 10/5/2002 vs. Pitt, 10/21/2003 vs. Campbell, 9/1/2005 vs. Robert Morris, 11/19/2005

Seven John Keating Matt Tanzini Chin Orih Slade Jones Aaron Pitchkolan Devon McTavish Jarrod Smith Paul Cunningham Five Aaron Pitchkolan Peabo Doue

vs. Robert Morris, 9/9/1990 vs. Connecticut, 9/18/1998 vs. Pitt, 9/30/1998 vs. Syracuse, 9/19/1999 vs. High Point, 8/30/2002 vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 9/5/2004 vs. Seton Hall, 10/13/2005 vs. Buffalo, 8/27/2006 Shots On Goal vs. High Point, 8/30/2002 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 9/17/2010

Four Dan Stratford Jarrod Smith Jarrod Smith Jarrod Smith Jyler Noviello Dan Stratford Mike Anoia Andy Wright Dan Stratford Shadow Sebele Franck Tayou Shadow Sebele Fifteen Chris McKinney Zach Johnson Thirteen Dani Braga Eleven Dani Braga Kyle Swarts Zach Johnson Ten Dani Braga Nine Carlos Iga Kyle Swarts Kyle Swarts Nick Noble Nick Noble Justin Holmes

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Season Leaders Season Leaders Year Goals Assists 1961 5, Howard Hensley/Jay Morris 1962 12, Al Barker 1963 5, Al Barker 1964 8, Oskar Schroeder 1, Tom Breit/Mike Cicci 1965 15, Butch Rossi 1, Jack Shannon 1966 17, Nick Ivahnenko 5, Ron McEachen 1967 27, Walter Nistorenko 12, Len Foslund 1968 14, Walter Nistorenko 6, Walter Nistorenko/Terry Parfitt 1969 4, Joe Luxbacher 2, Joe Luxbacher 1970 6, David Gregory/Sam Vieceli 4, Sam Vieceli 1971 12, Dennis Almeida 7, Dennis Almeida 1972 17, Dennis Almeida 8, Dennis Almeida 1973 28, Jack Cardosa 10, Sam Vieceli 1974 9, Jack Cardosa 5, Manny Matos 1975 8, Jack Cardosa 5, Roberto Calzadilla/Gary Glass 1976 11, Roberto Calzadilla 6, Roberto Calzadilla 1977 3, Ernie Jonke 2, Ernie Jonke 1978 6, Philip Haslam 5, Sung Gul Cho 1979 6, Rich Olson 1, 3 players 1980 11, Ashy Mabrouk 6, Nigel Grosvenor 1981 9, Ashy Mabrouk 4, Ashy Mabrouk 1982 13, Ashy Mabrouk 7, Ashy Mabrouk/Fernando Santos 1983 10, Fernando Santos 6, Fernando Santos 1984 5, Geoffrey Wharton-Lake 2, Pat McCloskey/G. Wharton-Lake 1985 6, Abibou Niang 2, Thierno Niang 1986 6, Omid Namazi 4, Omid Namazi 1987 9, Wayne Morgan 7, Omid Namazi 1988 13, John Keating 3, Ed Ossa 1989 7, John Keating 4, Tony Henson 1990 8, John Keating 9, Graham Evans 1991 8, Darren McBribe 12, Darren Eals 1992 6, Keith Quill 6, Spencer Knibb 1993 4, Todd Gispert/Scott Lamb 5, Todd Gispert 1994 15, Andy Leardini 3, 3 players 1995 15, Andy Leardini 7, Luis de la Mata 1996 6, Riku Hirn 4, Walter Nistorenko 1997 13, Andy Leardini 7, Andy Leardini 1998 8, Chin Orih 5, Tim Keating 1999 10, Craig Patton 5, Andy Koenig/Craig Patton 2000 3, Chris Renner/John Scragg 7, Abdul Caulker 2001 10, Chin Orih 4, Jason Hillenbrand 2002 5, Aaron Pitchkolan 3, Dwayne Grant-Higgins 2003 7, Jarrod Smith 2, 3 players 2004 6, Devon McTavish/Dan Stratford 4, Dan Stratford 2005 8, Jarrod Smith 5, Pat Carroll/Dan Stratford 2006 14, Jarrod Smith 10, Dan Stratford 2007 6, Dan Stratford/Andy Wright 8, Dan Stratford 2008 2, 4 players 3, Paul Paradise 2009 3, Alex Silva 5, Shadow Sebele 2010 9, Franck Tayou 11, Shadow Sebele 2011 7, Andy Bevin 7, Shadow Sebele 2012 6, Eric Schoenle 6, Uwem Etuk

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Saves

111, Charlie Toth

89, George Rossi

82, Earl Eckert 83, Bob Baker

83, Jon Capon 93, Jon Capon 91, Jon Capon 76, Jon Capon 82, George DeAlmeida 66, George DeAlmeida 120, Mitch Haroldson

102, Mark Bachteler 105, Mark Bachteler 100, Mark Bachteler 39, Demetrious Hassos 53, Geoff Harkness 103, Mark Thienel 95, Mark Thienel 93, Dani Braga 70, Dani Braga 42, Bryan Givens 45, Bryan Givens 81, Carlos Iga 79, Mish Sapsai 82, Kyle Swarts 62, Chris McKinney 85, Chris McKinney 55, Nick Noble 67, Nick Noble 91, Nick Noble 89, Nick Noble 78, Zach Johnson 81, Zach Johnson 67, Zach Johnson 56, Zach Johnson 30, Justin Holmes 34, Pat Eavenson


Dick Dlesk Records Crowds Over 1,000 at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium (2004-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Date 9/4/2009 9/3/2010 10/18/2006 9/2/2011 8/25/2012 10/19/2007 10/18/2011 9/25/2009 10/13/2010 9/21/2008 9/25/2011 10/21/2008 8/29/2008 10/18/2008 9/5/2004 9/17/2010 9/28/2007 9/19/2010 10/15/2008 11/28/2007 11/3/2007 9/23/2012 9/18/2011 9/16/2011 9/5/2010 11/6/2011 11/1/2008

Crowd Opponent 2,938 UC Santa Barbara 2,209 Monmouth 2,153 Notre Dame 1,850 Binghamton 1,786 Hartford 1,773 Connecticut 1,719 Connecticut 1,574 USF 1,470 Pitt 1,413 Rutgers 1,375 USF 1,346 Maryland 1,248 Lafayette 1,237 Seton Hall 1,200 Mount St. Mary’s 1,149 Cal State Fullerton 1,130 DePaul 1,123 James Madison 1,123 Ohio State 1,112 Virginia 1,110 Providence 1,079 Florida Atlantic 1,077 Duquesne 1,075 Richmond 1,041 UNC Wilmington 1,013 St. John’s 1,012 Notre Dame

Result L, 0-2 L, 0-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 (OT) W, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 W, 3-2 (2OT) L, 0-2 L, 0-1

Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Records West Virginia Records vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 9/5/2004 Goals: 5 vs. Delaware, 11/2/2004 vs. Seton Hall, 9/23/2006 vs. DePaul, 9/23/2010 Assists: 7 vs. Xavier, 11/18/2010 vs. Richmond, 9/16/2011 Points: 16 vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 9/5/2004 Shots: 28 vs. Robert Morris, 11/19/2005 Shots On Goal: 15 vs. Richmond, 9/16/2011 Saves: 12 vs. Seton Hall, 10/18/2008 Fouls: 23 vs. Duquesne, 8/31/2008 Corners: 19 vs. Longwood, 10/3/2004 Opponent Records Seton Hall, 9/23/2006 Goals: 3 Elon, 10/2/2012 Assists: 3 Elon, 10/2/2012 Points: 9 Elon, 10/2/2012 Shots: 25 Seton Hall, 10/18/2008 Shots On Goal: 13 Seton Hall, 10/18/2008 Saves: 11 Richmond, 9/16/2011 Fouls: 24 Buffalo, 8/27/2006 Corners: 10 Ohio State, 10/15/2008 Other Records West Virginia 5, Mount St. Mary’s 0 First Game: 9/5/2004 First Goal: Devon McTavish, vs. Mount St. Mary’s 9/5/2004 First WVU Goal: Devon McTavish, vs. Mount St. Mary’s 9/5/2004 First Opponent Goal: Salvador Djeukeng, Marshall 9/15/2004 First WVU Assist: Dan Stratford, vs. Mount St. Mary’s 9/5/2004 First Opponent Assist: Firas al-Samarraie, Marshall 9/15/2004

All-Time Site Records Site (Years) Record Evansdale Field (1961-64) 14-3-3 Old Mountaineer Field (1964-82)* 80-36-9 New Mountaineer Field (1983-96) 59-33-14 Mountaineer Soccer Complex (1997-03) 32-33-5 Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium (2004-) 64-18-10 Totals 245-116-40 *Final two matches of 1964 were held at Old Mountaineer Field

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Yearly Team Stats Year-by-Year Team Stats Year Games Goals Assists Points Shots SOG GWG GWA GWPT Hat PPG GPG APG PK PKA YC RC 1961 10 16 32 2 4 3.20 1.60 0.00 1962 10 40 80 8 16 1 8.00 4.00 0.00 1963 10 22 44 7 14 4.40 2.20 0.00 1964 10 28 2 58 8 16 5.80 2.80 0.20 1965 13 37 1 75 7 14 1 5.77 2.85 0.08 1966 15 46 16 108 13 4 30 7.20 3.07 1.07 1967 12 67 44 178 7 14.83 5.58 3.67 1968 10 48 33 129 262 5 4 14 1 12.90 4.80 3.30 1969 10 11 4 26 4 3 11 2.60 1.10 0.40 1970 11 27 15 69 2 1 5 6.27 2.45 1.36 1971 12 36 20 92 301 8 3 19 1 7.67 3.00 1.67 1972 13 50 27 127 6 1 13 3 9.77 3.85 2.08 1973 15 53 37 143 10 8 28 5 9.53 3.53 2.47 1974 13 30 17 77 4 3 11 1 5.92 2.31 1.31 1975 14 41 28 110 8 5 21 2 7.86 2.93 2.00 1976 13 25 9 50 6 12 2 3.85 1.92 0.69 1977 13 12 5 24 2 4 1.85 0.92 0.38 1978 15 24 13 61 8 16 1 4.07 1.60 0.87 1979 16 22 3 47 8 16 2.94 1.38 0.19 1980 15 42 30 114 7.60 2.80 2.00 1981 15 33 20 86 5.73 2.20 1.33 1982 18 35 24 94 5.22 1.94 1.33 1983 18 26 17 69 3.83 1.44 0.94 1984 17 15 11 41 2.41 0.88 0.65 1985 16 15 9 39 2.44 0.94 0.56 1986 16 20 16 56 238 3.50 1.25 1.00 1 1987 18 28 21 77 298 4.28 1.56 1.17 1988 18 33 21 87 250 4.83 1.83 1.17 2 1989 18 22 20 64 239 3.56 1.22 1.11 1990 18 44 46 134 251 7.44 2.44 2.56 1 1991 17 34 29 97 297 9 7 25 1 5.71 2.00 1.71 1 11 2 1992 20 32 29 93 304 10 10 30 4.65 1.60 1.45 2 34 1993 18 19 14 48 142 5 5 15 2.67 1.06 0.78 2 14 2 1994 20 41 22 104 253 10 3 23 2 5.20 2.05 1.10 3 16 2 1995 18 30 31 91 241 5 5 15 2 5.06 1.67 1.72 26 5 1996 20 24 21 69 236 7 5 19 3.45 1.20 1.05 2 26 1 1997 20 31 25 87 189 7 5 19 1 4.35 1.55 1.25 1 19 1 1998 20 35 32 102 305 11 10 5.10 1.75 1.60 1 1999 19 44 31 119 266 13 9 35 2 6.26 2.32 1.63 2 29 1 2000 18 16 13 45 202 4 3 11 2.50 0.89 0.72 21 1 2001 16 20 21 61 241 5 8 18 1 3.81 1.25 1.31 1 24 2002 17 15 15 45 205 3 3 9 2.65 0.88 0.88 1 1 35 2 2003 18 18 8 44 212 56 5 3 13 2.44 1.00 0.44 1 1 27 3 2004 20 30 17 77 254 104 12 5 29 2 3.85 1.50 0.85 3 3 32 2005 23 32 23 87 308 128 13 8 34 3.78 1.39 1.00 3 3 33 1 2006 21 37 32 106 304 128 15 16 46 5.05 1.76 1.52 2 4 37 3 2007 22 24 27 75 284 121 14 19 47 3.41 1.09 1.23 1 1 28 1 2008 19 10 9 29 203 71 5 4 14 1.53 0.53 0.47 24 1 2009 18 13 10 36 211 76 7 2 16 2.00 0.72 0.56 2 2 21 2010 21 33 48 114 282 113 11 19 41 1 5.43 1.57 2.29 2 2 34 1 2011 20 25 29 79 243 84 11 7 29 3.95 1.25 1.45 4 4 29 2 2012 17 26 38 90 242 96 9 14 32 5.29 1.53 2.24 2 2 17 2

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Yearly Team Stats Year-by-Year Team Goalkeeper Stats Year Games Minutes Goals Allowed GAA Saves SV % Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Shots 1961 10 2 5 3 1 1962 10 8 2 0 3 1963 10 7 3 0 1 1964 10 12 1.10 111 .902 8 2 0 3 1965 13 24 7 5 1 3 1966 15 13 2 0 3 1967 12 11 1 0 5 1968 10 8 1 1 4 1969 10 4 5 1 4 1970 11 3 8 0 0 1971 12 8 95 .922 9 3 0 7 1972 13 10 3 0 6 1973 15 10 2 3 7 1974 13 102 5 4 4 5 1975 14 88 8 5 1 5 1976 13 6 6 1 4 1977 13 2 9 2 2 1978 15 1344 19 1.27 83 .814 8 6 1 7 1979 16 1440 24 1.50 102 .810 8 6 2 6 1980 15 1350 13 0.87 96 .881 10 2 3 8 1981 15 1530 20 1.18 76 .792 11 5 0 6 1982 18 1535 22 1.29 95 .812 8 7 2 5 1983 18 1910 26 1.23 92 .780 10 7 1 5 1984 17 1624 28 1.55 132 .825 5 8 4 5 1985 16 4 12 3 7 1986 16 7 6 3 5 1987 18 1660 24 1.30 134 .848 8 8 2 5 1988 18 1620 40 2.22 122 .753 6 11 1 3 1989 18 1660 16 0.89 104 .867 9 8 1 9 1990 18 1650 22 1.20 80 .784 12 5 1 6 1991 17 1620 25 1.39 85 .773 9 8 0 6 1992 20 1980 25 1.14 105 .808 10 7 3 9 1993 18 1680 40 2.14 95 .704 5 12 1 3 1994 20 1890 44 2.10 93 .679 10 9 1 5 1995 18 1770 43 2.19 101 .701 5 9 4 1 1996 20 1860 37 1.79 66 .641 7 12 1 4 1997 20 1833 38 1.87 89 .701 7 13 0 2 1998 20 1830 24 1.18 86 .782 11 8 1 9 1999 19 1802 28 1.40 81 .743 13 5 1 4 225 2000 18 1683 39 2.09 101 .721 4 13 1 1 260 2001 16 1466 28 1.72 63 .692 5 11 0 2 223 2002 17 1587 26 1.47 91 .778 4 11 2 5 270 2003 18 1725 26 1.36 69 .726 5 8 1 6 244 2004 20 1818 17 0.84 70 .805 12 7 1 5 233 2005 23 2121 24 1.02 92 .793 13 8 2 12 288 2006 21 2000 15 0.68 90 .857 15 3 3 11 255 2007 22 2060 11 0.48 78 .876 14 6 2 13 237 2008 19 1814 13 0.64 81 .862 5 9 5 8 205 2009 18 1767 12 0.61 67 .848 7 5 6 10 171 2010 21 1960 24 1.10 56 .700 11 8 2 5 201 2011 20 1828 23 1.13 55 .705 11 8 1 8 180 2012 17 1570 15 0.86 35 .700 9 6 2 6 128

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Career Stats Career Individual Stats Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC Adams, Nate 2009 9-1 0 1 1 3 0 0-0 Daiutolo, Glenn 1979-80 6-NA 4 4 12 NA NA NA-NA Ahmad, Ashraf 2003-06 54-13 0 1 1 8 2 4-0 Daiutolo, Scott 1978, 80 6-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Alfred, Martins 1970-71 4-NA 2 1 5 NA NA NA-NA Darkwah, Charles 2001 9-3 0 1 1 5 NA 1-0 Almeida, Dennis 1971-72 12-11 29 15 73 77 NA NA-NA de la Mata, Luis 1993 , 95-97 59-44 2 11 15 43 NA 1-0 Alonge, David 1981 16-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA de la Mata, Mariano 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 2 NA NA-NA Anderes, John 1987 5-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Dean, Butch 1966 NA-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Anoia, Mike 2004-07 85-50 2 9 13 53 23 2-0 DeBurgo, Jean 1982 17-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Anstey, Matt 2003-06 78-59 1 5 7 43 10 1-0 Deehan, Joe 1988-90 39-NA 1 2 4 18 NA NA-NA Antoon, Phi 1986-87 18-NA 0 4 4 37 NA NA-NA DeGroff, John 1968 NA-NA 2 0 4 9 NA NA-NA Arena, Tom 1986-88 35-NA 3 4 10 32 NA NA-NA DeLuca, Paul 1971 1-NA 0 0 0 0 NA NA-NA Arjona, Julio 2010 17-5 1 0 2 5 3 2-0 Demarest, Dean 1986-87 2-NA 0 0 0 6 NA NA-NA Aronowicz, David 1971 12-12 0 0 0 2 NA NA-NA DeMedeiros, Rui 1980-83 42-NA 7 8 22 NA NA NA-NA Austin, Mike 2000-01 30-28 2 1 5 25 NA 3-0 Dennison, Joe 2003 18-7 0 0 0 8 3 1-0 Bailey, Andrew 2000 6-3 0 0 0 3 NA 0-0 Densk, Corey 1998-01 33-11 0 2 2 9 NA 2-0 Baleguero, Daniel 1997-98 38-38 2 4 8 25 NA 2-0 Dewese, Chase 2006-07 21-3 0 0 0 12 5 0-0 Ball, Art 1982 17-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Diaz, Ray 1966 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Barker, Al 1961-63 NA-NA 20 0 40 NA NA NA-NA Dickey, Matt 1993 4-NA 0 0 0 0 NA 3-0 Barnes, Leon 1990-91 35-NA 2 2 6 17 NA 1-0 DiStefano, Chris 1984 6-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Beasley, Cole 2002-05 40-12 1 1 3 7 3 4-0 Doan, Tuan 2010 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Beckner, Eric 1991-92 37-20 1 2 4 10 NA 2-0 Donosa, Raul 1971-72 12-10 2 4 8 32 NA NA-NA Bell, Andy 1988 12-NA 1 0 2 3 NA NA-NA Doran, John 2004-05 8-0 0 0 0 3 1 0-0 Bell, Rusty 1975 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Dorcy, Brian 1994 9-1 0 1 1 4 NA 0-0 Bennett, Haydon 2012 14-12 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Doue, Peabo 2009-12 75-58 10 12 32 130 42 4-0 Berena, Chris 2000-01 25-19 0 0 0 9 NA 4-1 Doyle, Brian 1971 8-NA 0 0 0 4 NA NA-NA Berlingeri, Bob 1985 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Dragelin, John 1980-82 44-NA 6 0 12 NA NA NA-NA Besendorfer, Chris 1990 12-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Dragelin, Lance 1984-87 35-NA 1 2 4 27 NA NA-NA Bevin, Andy 2011-12 37-33 9 5 23 73 31 2-0 Drake, Matt 2010-11 39-31 2 1 5 20 7 12-1 Bick, Brian 2002 10-7 0 1 1 7 NA 0-0 Duan, Tuan 2009 8-0 0 0 0 3 2 0-0 Birx, Tim 1967-68 NA-NA 1 0 2 2 NA NA-NA Duarte, Lennie 1971-72 12-10 7 0 14 13 NA NA-NA Boelcskevy, Caspar 1961-62 NA-NA 3 0 6 NA NA NA-NA Durham, Barry 1962 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Boggs, Zak 2005 23-20 5 1 11 25 12 1-0 Durst, Tim 1984-85 17-NA 1 2 4 NA NA NA-NA Borgess, Tony 1973 NA-NA 0 2 2 NA NA NA-NA Eals, Darren 1991 17-NA 1 12 14 29 NA 2-0 Borneo, Kernell 2002 8-0 0 0 0 5 NA 1-0 Edwards, Bob 1983-84 31-NA 3 2 8 NA NA NA-NA Boyd, Bob 1968 NA-NA 1 1 3 2 NA NA-NA Ehrenworth, Paul 2011-12 25-16 0 0 0 4 0 1-0 Bramson, Ronald 1968-69 NA-NA 1 1 3 6 NA NA-NA Eltringham, Dave 1978 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Breit, Tom 1964-66 NA-NA 10 1 21 NA NA NA-NA Engstrom, Chris 1993 3-NA 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Breitsameter, Nick 2011-12 15-1 0 0 0 6 3 1-0 Ernst, Paul 1968 NA-NA 1 0 2 1 NA NA-NA Brennan, Mike 2007 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Erwin, Alex 2006-07 39-16 1 1 3 9 3 1-0 Breunig, Christian 2001 6-5 0 0 0 2 NA 0-0 Etuk, Uwem 2009-12 75-62 8 18 34 82 32 5-0 Bristol, Jason 2006-09 53-42 4 2 10 38 16 12-0 Evans, Graham 1989-90, 92 51-20 6 15 27 52 NA 3-0 Brooks, Sean 2005-08 60-8 2 0 4 25 8 1-0 Evans, Jarrod 2004 17-2 4 2 10 10 4 0-0 Burgess, Jim 1970-71, 73 3-NA 1 3 5 1 NA NA-NA Farquhar, Ben 1966 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Burgess, Steve 1971 5-1 0 0 0 8 NA NA-NA Fast, Jay 1964 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Burke, Nick 2001 15-12 2 2 6 12 NA 0-0 Feola, Jared 1996-99 73-73 3 6 12 31 NA 3-0 Cain, Ryan 2012 15-8 2 2 6 16 6 1-1 Ferguson, Brian 2000 10-8 0 0 0 1 NA 2-0 Calzadilla, Roberto 1973-76 NA-NA 21 7 49 NA NA NA-NA Flott, Allan 2010-12 53-34 1 4 6 27 8 6-0 Cameron, Geoff 2004-05 39-29 5 1 11 49 25 1-0 Ford, Kevan 2000-03 62-54 1 0 2 27 NA 5-0 Cancio-Bello, Guillermo 2003 11-3 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 Forslund, Len 1967-68 NA-NA 11 17 39 28 NA NA-NA Cardosa, Jack 1972-75 NA-NA 53 9 115 NA NA NA-NA Frappier, David 2002 4-0 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Carlson, Tim 1992 20-15 2 0 4 17 NA 1-0 Frazee, James 1968 NA-NA 8 3 19 34 NA NA-NA Carroll, Pat 2004-07 83-81 1 10 12 34 15 5-0 Freeman, Jeff 2002 3-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Carter, Doug 1979, 81 9-NA 3 0 6 NA NA NA-NA Cascais, Amilcar 1981-82 33-NA 0 4 4 NA NA NA-NA Castillo, Alex 1998-01 36-4 3 0 6 26 NA 0-0 Cataldo, Steven 1973, 75-76 NA-NA 9 3 21 NA NA NA-NA Caulker, Abdul 1999-00 37-34 5 8 18 46 NA 0-0 Cerami, Kyle 1996-97 14-5 0 0 0 4 NA 0-0 Chandler, Chris 1985-88 35-NA 5 4 14 60 NA NA-NA Cho, Sung Gul 1977-79 NA-NA 5 0 10 NA NA NA-NA Christy, Zach 2002 3-0 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Cicci, Mike 1962, 64 NA-NA 4 1 9 NA NA NA-NA Clark, Gary 2008 2-1 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 Claudio, Nick 2008-11 48-20 2 1 5 19 13 2-0 Claudio, Zack 2011-12 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Coker, Marlin 1962 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Coll, Declan 2008-09 20-16 0 1 1 23 7 2-0 Colombo, John 1975-77 NA-NA 9 4 22 NA NA NA-NA Colt, David 1973, 75 NA-NA 2 1 5 NA NA NA-NA Colt, James 1970-71 3-NA 1 1 3 3 NA NA-NA Cooper, Reed 2004-07 82-45 5 3 13 34 13 4-0 Costa, Roy 1968 NA-NA 1 1 3 3 NA NA-NA Coye, Seth 1996-97 24-6 0 2 2 3 NA 0-0 Crampton, Brenden 2003 6-0 0 0 0 0 0 2-0 Creamer, Chris 1984 11-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Cristofori, Guido 1999 19-17 9 2 20 48 NA 1-0 Cunningham, Paul 2004-07 47-36 2 1 5 42 14 10-2 D’Uillse, Roberto 2001-02 17-13 2 2 6 31 NA 4-0

Mike Anoia played in 85 career matches

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Career Stats Career Individual Stats Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC Freeman, Justin 2002 11-7 0 2 2 14 NA 2-1 Lanza ,Bill 1966-67 NA-NA 20 5 45 NA NA NA-NA Freemyer, Kurt 2008 13-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Lara, Mario 2003 13-5 0 0 0 11 1 0-0 Furbee, Travis 1994 18-17 6 1 13 39 NA 2-0 Laramie, Scott 1988, 90-91 47-NA 7 3 17 47 NA 2-1 Gaddis, Raymon 2008-11 73-72 0 6 6 18 6 5-0 LaRoche, Guy 1974 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Galdo, Jose 1978 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Laver, Ralph 1968 NA-NA 0 0 0 2 NA NA-NA Garrido, Ruben 2008-11 76-48 3 0 6 49 13 8-0 Lazic, Aleks 1992-93 35-9 5 4 14 32 NA 0-0 Gaston, Linton 1999-02 46-39 1 2 4 9 NA 5-0 Leardini, Andy 1994-97 76-63 48 13 109 164 NA 3-0 Gerstenschlager, Martin 1986-87 18-NA 2 0 4 32 NA NA-NA Leedom, Zak 2012 17-9 1 3 5 12 5 0-0 Gierlich, Ted 1976-78 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Leighty, Craig 1971 2-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Gillespie, Ryan 2006-09 62-35 3 2 8 29 11 6-1 Lenard, Bob 1986-87 18-NA 1 1 3 43 NA NA-NA Girona, Fran 1974-75 NA-NA 8 8 24 NA NA NA-NA Leonardo, Jeff 1986-87 18-NA 2 2 6 18 NA NA-NA Girton, Rusty 2000, 02-04 61-51 2 1 5 28 NA 3-0 Lindroos, Tony 2006-08 38-20 2 3 7 27 13 0-0 Gispert, Keith 1995 17-14 3 3 9 43 NA 4-0 Lockhart, Steve 2004 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Gispert, Todd 1992-95 72-35 11 16 38 110 NA 12-2 Lockridge, Ray 1965 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Glass, Don 1968 NA-NA 0 1 1 15 NA NA-NA Long, Henry 1979-80 15-NA 7 2 16 NA NA NA-NA Glass, Gary 1973-76 NA-NA 4 6 14 NA NA NA-NA Loughborough, Sam 2002 7-0 0 0 0 2 NA 0-0 Goggin, William 1970 NA-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Ludford, Pat 1983-84 31-NA 1 2 4 NA NA NA-NA Goldstein, Marty 1962-63 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Luxbacher, Joe 1969 NA-NA 4 2 10 NA NA NA-NA Gomez, John Paul 2000 8-2 0 0 0 3 NA 0-0 Lyon, Boyd 1988 17-NA 1 1 3 9 NA NA-NA Gomez, Ruell 1995-96 32-28 0 3 3 12 NA 3-1 Mabrouk, Ashy 1980-83 59-NA 37 13 87 NA NA NA-NA Gorman, Connor 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 MacPherson, Brian 1990 6-NA 1 1 3 1 NA NA-NA Grammar, Gary 1970 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Madojemu, Daniel 1996 8-3 1 0 2 5 NA 0-0 Grant-Higgins, Dwayne 2001-02 24-19 7 5 19 56 NA 5-0 Mahar, Matt 1998-02 70-53 3 4 10 50 NA 12-0 Greenman, Tim 1994 2-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Mancini, Vincent 1973-75 NA-NA 5 0 10 NA NA NA-NA Gregory, David 1969-71 12-9 9 3 21 9 NA NA-NA Mangus, George 1963 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Grosvenor, Nigel 1980 15-NA 8 6 22 NA NA NA-NA Mansell, Greg 2004 14-6 0 0 0 4 0 2-0 Guenther, Frank 1964 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Marco, Paul 1988, 90 32-NA 6 2 14 23 NA NA-NA Hagan, Darren 1992-93 18-6 0 0 0 6 NA 2-0 Marsh, Jeremy 1995 11-1 0 0 0 3 NA 1-1 Hagey, Dan 2007-10 53-34 1 5 7 38 14 3-0 Martin, Fred 1963 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Hall, Troy 1997 12-8 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Mathiowdis, Jim 1976, 78-79 NA-NA 3 0 6 NA NA NA-NA Halsell, Andrew 2004-07 74-66 2 1 5 21 9 5-0 Mathiowdis, Mark 1980-81 29-NA 2 3 7 NA NA NA-NA Han Kim, Kook 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Matos, Manny 1971-74 12-12 25 15 65 45 NA NA-NA Harkness, Geoff 1993 15-NA 0 0 0 1 NA 2-1 Matousek, Todd 1992 7-0 1 0 2 1 NA 1-0 Harrell, Ben 2001-02 15-4 0 0 0 4 NA 3-0 Maworere, Gift 2006-09 77-77 2 0 4 35 11 15-2 Haslam, Philip 1978 NA-NA 6 0 12 NA NA NA-NA McBride, Darren 1991 17-NA 8 3 19 45 NA 1-0 Heil, Reed 1988-89 31-NA 2 2 6 17 NA NA-NA McCabe, Tom 1983, 86 17-NA 3 0 6 2 NA 2-NA Henry, Francio 2012 14-6 0 1 1 2 0 2-1 McClain, Corey 2000-02 35-14 0 1 1 11 NA 5-0 Hensley, Howard 1961 NA-NA 5 0 10 NA NA NA-NA McCloskey, Pat 1984-86 17-NA 0 7 7 11 NA NA-NA Henson, Tony 1988-91 61-NA 5 7 17 70 NA NA-NA McEachen, Ron 1966-67 NA-NA 6 11 23 NA NA NA-NA Herzog, Kevin 1992 20-19 2 1 5 17 NA 3-0 McGrath, Mike 1987 8-NA 1 0 2 2 NA NA-NA Heydon, John 2003-04 5-0 0 0 0 3 1 0-0 McTavish, Devon 2002-05 75-72 13 4 30 111 37 5-2 Hibbs, Fred 1974-76 NA-NA 3 1 7 NA NA NA-NA Mdegwa, Cyrus 1965 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Hickman, Nick 1963 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Medina, Julio 1980-81 28-NA 3 5 11 NA NA NA-NA Hickman, Spike 1962-63 NA-NA 8 0 16 NA NA NA-NA Mello, Herman 1981 5-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Hicks, Dustin 1989-92 77-19 7 6 20 74 NA 4-0 Merriam, Jamie 2012 17-5 2 2 6 14 6 4-0 Hillenbrand, Jason 2001-02 26-16 1 4 6 44 NA 3-0 Messer, Brian 1993 12-NA 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Hirn, Riku 1995-96 36-31 8 2 18 58 NA 6-1 Mhina, Stan 1963 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Hoffman, Mike 1996-97 33-13 0 4 4 19 NA 4-0 Miller, Jason 2004 20-15 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Hutchinson, Travis 2003-04 23-3 0 0 0 2 0 0-0 Miller, Joe 1963 NA-NA 3 0 6 NA NA NA-NA Iannelli, Mike 1997-99 39-32 1 2 4 17 NA 2-0 Miller, William 1992 6-0 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Ilkiuyoni, Jacob 1964 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Mills, Adam 2008-09 27-10 2 0 4 13 3 1-0 Isaksen, Gunner 1987-90 41-NA 1 1 3 12 NA NA-NA Minnier, Robert 1996 1-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Ivahnenko, Nick 1966-67 NA-NA 21 5 47 NA NA NA-NA Molasoko, Francis 2011-12 11-6 0 0 0 1 0 4-0 Iwunze, Amaugo 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Mooney, Richard 1967-68 NA-NA 2 3 7 9 NA NA-NA James, Keith 1971-73 3-NA 3 1 7 2 NA NA-NA Moorhead, Brant 2000 7-1 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Jeddi, Mehdi 1986 NA-NA 1 0 2 5 NA NA-NA Morgan, Wayne 1987-89, 91 58-NA 20 6 46 125 NA NA-1 Jernjecic, Frank 1964-65 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Morris, Jay 1961-62 NA-NA 7 0 14 NA NA NA-NA Jones, Slade 1995-96, 98-99 66-53 12 7 31 109 NA 5-0 Mostafavifar, Mehran 2002-03 31-26 1 0 2 13 2 8-0 Jonke, Ernie 1977-79 NA-NA 6 0 12 NA NA NA-NA Moulakias, Nick 1973 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Kaiser, Bill 1968-70 NA-NA 8 1 17 15 NA NA-NA Moyo, Bruce 1983-84 23-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Kapusta, John 1987 6-NA 0 0 0 0 NA NA-NA Mozney, Jake 2003 10-1 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 Karmue, Peter 2004-05 3-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 Mpanga, Peter 1963 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Keating, John 1988-91 71-NA 32 10 74 167 NA NA-NA Mullen, Dan 1975 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Keating, Tim 1996-99 71-52 1 8 10 29 NA 6-0 Myers, Greg 1962 NA-NA 5 0 10 NA NA NA-NA Kevins, Grant 2000-01 33-30 2 2 6 36 NA 3-0 Myers, Mike 1999-01 31-16 1 1 3 23 NA 1-0 Kim, Yong 1979 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Namazi, Omid 1984-87 32-NA 15 13 43 98 NA NA-NA Knibb, Spencer 1989-92 61-16 4 11 19 30 NA 1-0 Nerz, Al 1961-62 NA-NA 6 0 12 NA NA NA-NA Knouse, Jeff 1988-91 43-NA 0 2 2 11 NA NA-NA Nerz, Joe 1965 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Koenig, Andy 1996-97, 99-00 72-61 4 8 16 36 NA 9-0 Niang, Abibou 1981-83, 85 47-NA 14 0 28 NA NA NA-NA Kress, Kevin 1993-94 38-19 3 2 8 32 NA 2-0 Niang, Thierno 1985-88 20-NA 9 5 23 60 NA NA-NA Krimmelbein, Daniel 1971 5-NA 0 0 0 5 NA NA-NA Nihei, Yoshi 1992 4-0 0 1 1 0 NA 0-0 Kucinic, Frank 1998 10-3 0 1 1 4 NA 0-0 Nistorenko, Walter 1967-68 NA-NA 41 17 99 61 NA NA-NA Kurland, Justin 2000 8-5 0 0 0 0 NA 1-0 Nistorenko, Walter 1993-96 71-33 6 11 23 46 NA 3-0 Kuzio, Mike 1977, 79 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Nolt, 1976 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA La Guerre, Donald 2005-08 29-4 0 0 0 5 2 0-0 Noviello, Jyler 2005-06 35-0 4 2 10 33 17 2-0 LaCrone, Kolby 2005 16-1 0 0 0 8 6 0-0 Nucilli, Brooks 2010 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Lamb, Scott 1993-95 49-28 10 5 25 67 NA 1-0 Nwobodo, Chris 1966 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA

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Career Stats Career Individual Stats Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC O’Neill, Gerry 1995 8-1 0 0 0 4 NA 0-0 Okhakhu, Joe 1971-73 12-12 2 2 6 12 NA NA-NA Olson, Richard 1978-80 10-NA 12 5 29 NA NA NA-NA Ondreyka, Brian 1997-99 25-5 3 0 6 17 NA 0-0 Orih, Chin 1998-01 57-54 27 10 64 160 NA 2-0 Oshoniyi, Adetoye 1995-96 35-32 1 2 4 26 NA 5-1 Osman, Majed 2012 12-7 3 4 10 24 9 0-0 Ossa, Ed 1988-91 67-NA 10 13 33 121 NA 1-0 Ouassa, Bernard 2002-04 44-36 0 4 4 23 5 7-0 Pak, Ji 1997-99 44-20 1 1 3 18 NA 1-0 Palumbo, Hugo 1971-72 12-11 9 13 31 45 NA NA-NA Paradise, Paul 2007-08 41-39 5 5 15 77 27 0-0 Parfitt, Terry 1967-68 NA-NA 15 12 42 53 NA NA-NA Parke, Frank 1968 NA-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Parlock, Andy 1988 3-NA 0 0 0 0 NA NA-NA Patton, Craig 1997-00 65-55 23 12 58 101 NA 1-0 Payung, Mark 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 0 NA NA-NA Peacock, Bryan 1997 8-0 1 0 2 2 NA 0-0 Peplinski, Mike 1999 18-18 1 2 4 22 NA 3-1 Perez, Paul-Anthony 2002 7-5 1 1 3 12 NA 1-0 Perkovich, Seth 1994 18-12 2 2 6 17 NA 0-0 Peterson, Mark 1987-89 34-NA 1 0 2 10 NA NA-NA Pinto, Herman 1972-75 NA-NA 14 13 41 NA NA NA-NA Chin Orih scored 27 career goals Pinto, Mario 1970-72 11-7 13 6 32 23 NA NA-NA Pitchkolan, Aaron 2002-04 54-52 11 2 24 84 NA 0-0 Player Year(s) GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC Pitrolo, Michael 2008-09 11-0 0 0 0 12 5 1-0 Stephens, Dan 1989 12-NA 1 1 3 5 NA NA-NA Pittman, Travis 2009-12 75-67 4 15 23 56 0 0-0 Stewart, John 1965 NA-NA 5 0 10 NA NA NA-NA Pomeroy, John 1966-67 NA-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Stielau, Walt 1989-90 26-NA 0 1 1 3 NA NA-NA Pursoo, Deran 2002 14-10 1 0 2 18 NA 1-0 Stoup, Doug 1984-85 17-NA 2 1 5 NA NA NA-NA Pushkin, Marty 1962 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Stratford, Dan 2004-07 85-79 20 27 67 182 86 10-1 Quill, Keith 1990-93 73-20 16 8 40 125 NA 2-0 Strauss, Matt 2009-10 10-0 0 0 0 20 5 1-0 Ramirez, Humberto 1994-96, 98 64-24 4 3 11 33 NA 4-0 Sukeena, Mike 1991-92 11-NA 1 1 3 7 NA 2-0 Raskasky, Nick 2012 16-16 2 2 6 13 5 1-0 Sullivan, Pat 1968 NA-NA 1 0 2 2 NA NA-NA Ratliff, Shawn 1988 15-NA 1 2 4 14 NA NA-NA Surber, Tony 1992 9-0 0 0 0 0 NA 1-0 Rectenwald, Justin 2001 1-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Swarts, Kyle 2001 1-0 0 1 1 0 NA 0-0 Reese, John 1985-88 33-NA 5 5 15 52 NA NA-NA Talbot, Robert 1969 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Reilly, Mark 1991-94 69-33 8 4 20 58 NA 9-1 Tamman, David 1971-72 12-12 0 1 1 2 NA NA-NA Renner, Chris 1999-01 31-5 3 1 7 17 NA 1-0 Tanzini, Matt 1997-98 37-30 13 2 28 102 NA 3-0 Resavage, Lawrence 1971 1-NA 0 0 0 0 NA NA-NA Tauss, Ryan 2011 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Rice, Robert 1999-00 26-6 3 3 9 16 NA 0-0 Taylor, Art 2002 4-0 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Richardson, Matt 1997 13-5 0 0 0 0 NA 1-0 Tayou, Franck 2010-11 39-17 9 1 19 56 21 4-1 Robb, Dan 2004 4-0 1 0 2 1 1 0-0 Tayou, Uzi 2010-11 36-32 2 1 5 12 3 4-0 Roberts, Charles 1969 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Thorne, Paul 1970 NA-NA 2 1 5 NA NA NA-NA Robinson, Jason 1998-99 37-20 1 6 8 28 NA 1-0 Tinnell, Braiden 2003 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Rodriguez, Eric 2003 13-6 0 0 0 7 1 0-0 Toth, Charlie 1965 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Rorrer, David 1994-97 61-37 2 3 7 21 NA 11-0 Toth, Steve 1997-98 33-29 0 5 5 19 NA 2-1 Ross, Tim 1989 2-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Trainer, Dave 1966 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Rossi, Butch 1964-65 NA-NA 21 0 42 NA NA NA-NA Trautwein, Rolf 1969-70 NA-NA 3 1 7 NA NA NA-NA Roush, David 1996 6-0 0 0 0 3 NA 0-0 Travis, Mo 2008 18-6 0 0 0 27 7 1-0 Sabathe, Daniel 1993 2-NA 0 0 0 0 NA 1-0 Trendler, Joe 1984 11-NA 2 0 4 NA NA NA-NA Sabin, James 1994 1-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Trimbach, Rob 1992 8-1 0 0 0 1 NA 0-0 Sanda, Milo 2008 5-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Tuskada, Fumi 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Santos, Fernando 1981-83 50-NA 20 16 56 NA NA NA-NA Underwood, Kyle 2012 11-0 1 1 3 5 3 0-0 Savittiere, Keith 1998 2-0 0 0 0 0 NA 0-0 Veliz, David 1993-94 18-3 0 0 0 4 NA 1-0 Schoch, Dale 1968 NA-NA 1 0 2 1 NA NA-NA Vieceli, Sam 1970-73 12-9 13 17 43 16 NA NA-NA Schoenle, Eric 2009-12 75-74 14 5 33 47 25 5-1 Viravong, Setta 1994-95 33-21 0 3 3 6 NA 0-0 Schreiner, Steve 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 6 NA NA-NA Voorheis, Jon 1990-91 11-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-0 Schroeder, Oskar 1963-65 NA-NA 13 0 26 NA NA NA-NA Weirich, Nev 1966-67 NA-NA 6 6 18 NA NA NA-NA Scragg, John 2000 18-15 3 0 6 23 NA 2-0 Weisz, Harry 1967-68 NA-NA 2 5 9 7 NA NA-NA Sebele, Shadow 2009-12 72-67 14 25 53 152 56 2-0 West, Kyle 2008-09 16-4 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 Sexstone, Sean 2000-02 19-8 0 2 2 6 NA 0-0 Wharton-Lake, Geoffrey 1981-84 67-NA 19 11 49 NA NA NA-NA Shaflucas, Bill 1994 16-8 0 0 0 5 NA 2-1 White, Bill 1978 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Shalhoub, Munir 1977-79 NA-NA 4 0 8 NA NA NA-NA Wilburg, Kobie 1993-96 68-35 9 3 19 60 NA 4-0 Shannon, Jack 1965-66 NA-NA 6 1 13 NA NA NA-NA Wilkerson, Tom 1967 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Shelton, Nick 2001-02 21-7 0 1 1 7 NA 1-0 Williams, Bernard 1993-94 21-1 1 1 3 5 NA 0-0 Silva, Alex 2008-10 57-30 5 6 16 55 19 7-0 Williams, Jay 2010-12 34-3 1 5 7 14 7 0-0 Silva, Louis 1981 16-NA 1 1 3 NA NA NA-NA Wittig, Chris 2003-06 74-49 2 1 5 29 5 17-1 Slatrick, Eric 1986 NA-NA 0 0 0 1 NA NA-NA Wittman, Scott 1980-81 29-NA 12 7 31 NA NA NA-NA Slijepcevic, 1977 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Worst, Jeff 1989 15-NA 0 3 3 9 NA NA-NA Smith, Albert 2003 12-2 0 2 2 6 4 0-0 Wright, Andy 2004-07 83-80 18 17 53 151 60 24-0 Smith, Jarrod 2003-06 74-63 32 8 72 214 92 18-0 Yi, Nam 1982 15-NA 1 2 4 NA NA NA-NA Smith, Mike 1989-92 65-19 9 6 24 95 NA 8-0 Yianne, Tim 1993-96 74-53 4 2 8 44 NA 5-1 Snowden, Mitchell 2005-06 15-1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Yocom, Tim 1985-87 13-NA 8 4 20 24 NA NA-NA Sourbeer, Reed 1975 NA-NA 0 1 1 NA NA NA-NA Yost, Alex 2005-08 34-7 3 0 6 17 11 0-0 Spolar, Rich 1968-69 NA-NA 2 3 7 11 NA NA-NA Zimmerman, Rudy 1971-72 8-4 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Steiner, Jason 1989-92 68-19 13 10 36 89 NA 2-0 Zoerner, Gary 1964 NA-NA 1 0 2 NA NA NA-NA Stephens, Craig 2012 15-12 1 2 4 16 5 5-0 Zylberberg, Jim 1974-75 NA-NA 7 1 15 NA NA NA-NA

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Career Stats Career Goalkeeper Stats Player Year(s) GP-GS Min GA GAA SV SV% W-L-T SHO Bachteler, Mark 1987-90 56-54 4638 75 1.46 327 .813 24-26-4 18 Baker, Bob 1974-75 18-NA NA NA NA 103 NA NA-NA-NA NA Bland, Randy 1979-80, 82 11-NA 225 3 1.20 24 .889 NA-NA-NA NA Braga, Dani 1994-95 36-33 3023 72 2.14 163 .694 15-16-2 5 Capon, Jon 1978-81 62-62 5484 71 1.17 343 .829 37-19-6 28 Cayer, Paul 1975 2-NA NA NA NA 3 NA NA-NA-NA NA Chance, Ryan 2006-07 2-0 14 1 6.43 1 .500 0-0-0 0 Clute, Mike 1992 1-0 6 NA 0.00 0 .000 0-0-0 0 Curl, Russell 1971 4-NA NA 0 0.00 6 1.000 NA-NA-NA NA DeAlmeida, George 1980-83 33-NA 2840 45 1.43 151 .770 NA-NA-NA NA Eavenson, Pat 2011-12 24-24 2163 27 1.12 59 .686 12-10-2 7.5 Eckert, Earl 1974 10-NA NA NA NA 82 NA NA-NA-NA NA Givens, Bryan 1995-97 37-27 2680 57 1.91 118 .674 6-16-4 4.5 Harkness, Geoff 1991 11-10 930 15 1.45 53 .779 6-4-0 4 Haroldson, Mitch 1984 15-NA 1350 21 1.40 120 .851 NA-NA-NA NA Hassos, Demetrious 1990 9-8 680 10 1.32 39 .796 5-3-0 1 Helou, Pascal 1987 6-4 415 5 1.08 32 .865 2-2-0 1 Holmes, Justin 2011 11-11 1010 10 0.89 30 .750 6-4-1 5 Iga, Carlos 1996-98 39-36 3186 51 1.44 138 .730 18-18-1 10.5 Johnson, Zach 2007-10 80-80 7592 60 0.71 282 .825 37-28-15 36 Keadle, Taylor 2002 3-1 141 1 0.64 6 .857 0-1-0 0 McKinney, Chris 2000-02 39-34 3181 59 1.67 162 .733 8-23-2 7 Noble, Nick 2003-06 79-77 7135 70 0.88 302 .812 45-23-7 34 Ogbonna, Emeka 2005 1-0 1 0 0.00 1 1.000 0-0-0 0 Orbacz, Tom 2004 7-0 87 2 2.07 2 .500 0-0-0 0 Parlock, Andy 1988 5-1 242 5 1.86 17 .773 0-1-0 0 Pushkin, Marty 1961-62 NA-NA NA NA NA NA NA NA-NA-NA 3 Rorrer, David 1995 1-0 4 0 0.00 0 .000 0-0-0 0 Rossi, George 1971 12-12 NA 8 NA 89 .918 9-3-0 7 Sabin, James 1994 1-0 3 0 0.00 0 .000 0-0-0 0 Sapsai, Mish 1998-99 21-19 1807 30 1.49 84 .737 12-5-1 4.5 Shutler, Adam 2003-04 13-2 436 9 1.86 15 .625 0-3-0 0 Swarts, Kyle 2000-01 17-14 1324 31 2.11 83 .728 4-10-1 1 Thienel, Mark 1990-93 55-49 4787 82 1.54 245 .749 20-24-5 15 Tiley, Yale 2012 3-2 225 1 0.40 1 .500 2-0-0 1.5 Toth, Charlie 1964-65 23-23 NA 36 NA 111 .902 15-7-1 6 Trimbach, Rob 1989, 91-92 4-1 172 NA 0.00 12 1.000 1-0-0 2 White, Andy 1983-84 9-NA 834 12 1.29 38 .760 NA-NA-NA NA Yochim, Brian 1997, 99-00 7-4 372 6 1.45 17 .739 3-2-0 0.5 Zellum, Doug 1975 1-NA NA NA NA 2 NA NA-NA-NA NA

Mark Bachteler made 327 saves during his career

Zach Johnson is the all-time goal-against average and shutouts leader at WVU 95

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NCAA Tournament 1966

1981

NCAA First Round Nov. 22 at Philadelphia, Pa.

NCAA Second Round Nov. 22 at Charlottesville, Va.

West Virginia Temple

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

Total 0 4

Scoring Summary 1. TEM 2. TEM 3. TEM 4. TEM

1 2 West Virginia Alabama A&M

NCAA First Round Nov. 16 at St. Louis, Mo.

All-Time NCAA Record: 5-12-0 All-Time NCAA Home Record: 4-2-0 All-Time NCAA Road Record: 1-10-0 Individual Career NCAA Records Franck Tayou (2010) Points: 6 Goals: 3 Franck Tayou (2010) Assists: 3 Uwem Etuk (2010-11) Saves: 12 Zach Johnson (2007, 2010) Individual Single Tournament NCAA Records Franck Tayou (2010) Points: 6 Goals: 3 Franck Tayou (2010) Assists: 2 Uwem Etuk (2010) Shadow Sebele (2010) Saves: 9 Zach Johnson (2007)

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

Scoring Summary 1. 12:50 WVU 2. 30:53 WVU 3. 38:05 STL 4. 57:35 STL 5. 65:43 STL

Total 2 3

Walt Nistorenko (Forslund) Walt Nistorenko Tom Bokern (Trost) Tom Bokern Gene Greimer

Shots: West Virginia 8, Saint Louis 31 Saves: West Virginia 16

NCAA First Round Nov. 23 at Washington, D.C. 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Scoring Summary 1. 69:10 HOW

Total 0 1

Ian Bane

#Howard’s participation in 1971 was vacated. Team Single Tournament NCAA Records 2010 (2 games) Goals: 6 Shutouts: 1 2005 (2 games) 2007 (2 games) Individual Game NCAA Records Franck Tayou, vs. Xavier, 2010 Points: 6 Goals: 3 Franck Tayou, vs. Xavier, 2010 Assists: 2 Uwem Etuk/Shadow Sebele, vs. Xavier, 2010 Quickest Goal: 23:22 Franck Tayou, vs. Xavier, 2010

Goals: 4 Shots: 28 Saves: 18 Fouls: 19 Corners: 13

Team Game NCAA Records vs. Xavier, 2010 vs. Robert Morris, 2005 at Temple, 1966 at Akron, 2010 vs. Xavier, 2010

1972 NCAA First Round Nov. 27 at Clemson, S.C. Total 2 3

Manny Matos Jack Cardosa

1973 NCAA First Round Nov. 18 at Morgantown, W.Va. USF West Virginia

1 2 0 3 1 0

Scoring Summary 1. 22:40 WVU 2. USF 3. USF 4. USF

Total 3 1

Jack Cardosa (Matos) Sean O’Brien Mike Knott Sean O’Brien

Saves: West Virginia 10, USF 6

96

West Virginia William & Mary

1 2 0 0 1 1

Scoring Summary 1. 35:45 WM 2. 71:53 WM

Total 0 2

Eric Dumbleton Eric Dumbleton

Shots: West Virginia 11, William & Mary 8 Saves: West Virginia 0, William & Mary 7 Corners: West Virginia 10, William & Mary 7 Fouls: West Virginia 11, William & Mary 14

NCAA First Round Nov. 19 at Morgantown, W.Va. Robert Morris West Virginia

1 2 0 0 0 1

Total 0 1

Scoring Summary 1. 72:06 WVU Reed Cooper (Stratford, McTavish) Shots: Robert Morris 4, West Virginia 28 Shots On Goal: Robert Morris 2, West Virginia 10 Saves: Robert Morris 9, West Virginia 2 Corners: Robert Morris 3, West Virginia 9 Fouls: Robert Morris 14, West Virginia 6 NCAA Second Round Nov. 23 at Akron, Ohio

1 2 3 4 West Virginia Clemson Scoring Summary WVU WVU

NCAA First Round Nov. 14 at Williamsburg, Va.

2005

1971 West Virginia Howard#

Total 1 2

1992

1968

NCAA Records

Total 2 1

NCAA Third Round Nov. 30 at Huntsville, Ala.

Shots: West Virginia 8, Temple 28 Saves: West Virginia 18, Temple 4

West Virginia Saint Louis

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West Virginia Akron

1 2 0 0 2 3

Total 0 5

Scoring Summary 1. 31:34 AKR Matthew Tutich (Ubiparipovic, McKenzie) 2. 45:55 AKR Justin Sadler (DiFranco) 3. 64:52 AKR Ross McKenzie (Campellone) 4. 66:14 AKR Matthew Tutich (DiFranco) 5. 89:23 AKR Steve Kalan Shots: West Virginia 8, Akron 17 Shots On Goal: West Virginia 6, Akron 10 Saves: West Virginia 5, Akron 6 Corners: West Virginia 2, Akron 4 Fouls: West Virginia 12, Akron 11


NCAA Tournament 2006 NCAA Second Round Nov. 15 at Morgantown, W.Va. 1 2 OT1 OT2 Total UNC Greensboro 0 1 0 1 2 West Virginia 0 1 0 0 1 Scoring Summary 1. 51:18 UNCG 2. 69:40 WVU 3. 103:39 UNCG

Randi Patterson (Jones) Chris Wittig (Carroll) Scott Jones (Richardson)

Shots: UNC Greensboro 16, West Virginia 22 Shots On Goal: UNC Greensboro 6, West Virginia 9 Saves: UNC Greensboro 8, West Virginia 4 Corners: UNC Greensboro 4, West Virginia 6 Fouls: UNC Greensboro 21, West Virginia 14

2007 NCAA Second Round Nov. 28 at Morgantown, W.Va. Virginia West Virginia

Total 0 1

Dan Stratford

Shots: Virginia 14, West Virginia 13 Shots On Goal: Virginia 3, West Virginia 3 Saves: Virginia 2, West Virginia 3 Corners: Virginia 6, West Virginia 7 Fouls: Virginia 10, West Virginia 16

Scoring Summary 1. 49:33 WVU 2. 55:08 WF 3. 64:33 WF 4. 86:44 WF

1 2 0 2 2 1

Total 2 3

Scoring Summary 1. 10:59 AKR Darren Mattocks (Ampaipitakwong) 2. 30:04 AKR Darren Mattocks (Sarkodie) 3. 69:36 AKR Scott Caldwell (Nagbe, Ampaipitakwong) 4. 80:53 WVU Shadow Sebele (Williams, Hagey) 5. 85:14 WVU Uzi Tayou (Hagey) Shots: West Virginia 4, Akron 15 Shots On Goal: West Virginia 3, Akron 5 Saves: West Virginia 2, Akron 1 Corners: West Virginia 2, Akron 4 Fouls: West Virginia 19, Akron 10

West Virginia Maryland Scoring Summary 1. 19:47 MD 2. 59:34 MD 3. 60:36 MD 4. 75:34 MD

1 2 0 0 1 3

Shots: West Virginia 5, Maryland 19 Shots On Goal: West Virginia 1, Maryland 7 Saves: West Virginia 3, Maryland 1 Corners: West Virginia 6, Maryland 6 Fouls: West Virginia 16, Maryland 13

2011

1 2 0 1 0 3

Xavier West Virginia

1 2 OT1 0 1 0 1 0 1

Total 1 2

Scoring Summary 1. 38:18 WVU Jay Williams (Etuk) 2. 84:12 XU Gino De Paoli (Hagglund, Spencer) 3. 98:18 WVU Eric Schoenle (Flott)

Total 1 3

Andy Wright Zach Schilawski (da Luz, Phelan) Cody Arnoux (Bone, Phelan) Cody Arnoux (da Luz, Phelan)

Shots: West Virginia 7, Wake Forest 21 Shots On Goal: West Virginia 2, Wake Forest 10 Saves: West Virginia 7, Wake Forest 1 Corners: West Virginia 2, Wake Forest 9 Fouls: West Virginia 10, Wake Forest 9

2010 NCAA First Round Nov. 18 at Morgantown, W.Va. Xavier West Virginia

Scoring Summary 1. 3:31 XU 2. 4:57 XU 3. 23:22 WVU 4. 32:48 WVU 5. 49:52 WVU 6. 81:27 WVU

1 2 2 0 2 2

Total 2 4

James Queree (Spencer, Getzen) Own Goal Franck Tayou (Doue, Pittman) Franck Tayou (Etuk, Sebele) Franck Tayou (Sebele, Etuk) Uwem Etuk (Silva)

Shots: Xavier 9, West Virginia 15 Shots On Goal: Xavier 5, West Virginia 10 Saves: Xavier 6, West Virginia 3 Corners: Xavier 6, West Virginia 13 Fouls: Xavier 8, West Virginia 11

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Casey Townsend (Leikvang) Casey Townsend (Jane, Raley) Jordan Cyrus (Jane) Casey Townsend (Forbess)

Shots: Xavier 9, West Virginia 18 Shots On Goal: Xavier 5, West Virginia 8 Saves: Xavier 6, West Virginia 4 Corners: Xavier 3, West Virginia 7 Fouls: Xavier 7, West Virginia 12

NCAA Third Round Dec. 2 at Winston-Salem, N.C. West Virginia Wake Forest

West Virginia Akron

NCAA Second Round Nov. 20 at College Park, Md.

NCAA First Round Nov. 17 at Morgantown, W.Va.

1 2 0 0 0 1

Scoring Summary 1. 50:05 WVU

NCAA Second Round Nov. 21 at Akron, Ohio


Coaching Records

Jim Markel

Sam Maurice

Greg Myers

John Stewart

John McGrath

Paul Marco

Keith Fulk

Mike Seabolt

Marlon LeBlanc

1961-62

1963-64

1967-68

1965-66

1969-95

2002

1996-01

2003-05

2006-present

Head Coach Records Coach John McGrath Marlon LeBlanc Paul Marco Mike Seabolt Greg Myers John Stewart Sam Maurice Jim Markel Keith Fulk

By Wins Years 1969-95 (27) 2006 (7) 1996-01 (6) 2003-05 (3) 1965-66 (2) 1967-68 (2) 1963-64 (2) 1961-62 (2) 2002 (1)

W-L-T Pct. 202-181-45 .525 72-45-21 .598 47-62-4 .434 30-25-6 .541 20-7-1 .732 19-2-1 .886 15-5-0 .750 10-7-3 .575 4-11-2 .294

Coach of the Year Honors

By Winning Percentage Coach Years W-L-T Pct. John Stewart 1967-68 (2) 19-2-1 .886 Sam Maurice 1963-64 (2) 15-5-0 .750 Greg Myers 1965-66 (2) 20-7-1 .732 Marlon LeBlanc 2006 (7) 72-45-21 .598 Jim Markel 1961-62 (2) 10-7-3 .575 Mike Seabolt 2003-05 (3) 30-25-6 .541 John McGrath 1969-95 (27) 202-181-45 .525 Paul Marco 1996-01 (6) 47-62-4 .434 Keith Fulk 2002 (1) 4-11-2 .294

Year Coach Conference/Org. 1999 Paul Marco Big East 2006 Marlon LeBlanc FieldTurf Soccer America NSCAA/adidas Northeast Region Big East

All-Time Assistant Coaches Year Assistant Assistant Volunteer 2012 Chad Brown Dan Stratford 2011 Brian Johnson Chad Brown Dan Stratford 2010 Brian Johnson Chad Brown Kyle West 2009 Bryan Green Mark Carr Brandon Daniels 2008 Bryan Green Mark Carr Eric Steege 2007 Bryan Green Mark Carr Eric Steege 2006 Bryan Green Keith Wiggans 2005 Bryan Green Keith Wiggans 2004 Scott Bowers Bryan Green 2003 Scott Bowers Bryan Green 2002 Mike Seabolt Scott Bowers 2001 Jeremy Tittle Stephen Isett Vince Lupinetti 2000 Jesse Cormier Vince Lupinetti 1999 Frank Kucinic Vince Lupinetti 1998 Chris Barrett Vince Lupinetti 1997 Rob Trimbach 1996 Rob Trimbach Mark Reilly 1995 Paul Marco 1994 Paul Marco 1993 Paul Marco 1992 Paul Marco

Year Assistant Assistant 1991 Mike Middleton 1990 Mike Middleton 1989 Rocky Harmon 1988 Rocky Harmon 1987 Rocky Harmon 1986 1985 1984 Henry Long 1983 Henry Long 1982 Henry Long 1981 Herman Pinto 1980 Herman Pinto 1979 Herman Pinto 1978 Les Poolman 1977 Les Poolman 1976 Ron Shewcraft 1975 Ron Shewcraft 1974 Ron Shewcraft 1973 Bob Boyd 1972 Bob Boyd

Volunteer

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Year-by-Year Record 1961-1964 Independent

Year 1961 1962 1963 1964

Rec Conf. Finish 2-5-3 8-2-0 7-3-0 8-2-0

1965-1966 Southern

Year Rec Conf. Finish 1965 7-5-1 1966 13-2-0 1967 11-1-0

1968-1986 Independent

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Rec Conf. Finish 8-1-1 4-5-1 3-8-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 10-2-3 5-4-4 8-5-1 6-6-1 2-9-2 8-6-1 8-6-2 10-2-3 11-5-0 8-7-2 10-7-1 5-8-4 4-12-3 7-6-3

Coach Jim Markel Jim Markel Sam Maurice Sam Maurice

Coach Greg Myers Greg Myers John Stewart

Coach John Stewart John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath

1987-1994 Atlantic 10

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Rec Conf. Finish 8-8-2 1-1-1 3rd W 6-11-1 1-1-1 3rd W 9-8-1 1-2-0 3rd W 12-5-1 4-3-1 5th 9-8-0 3-4-0 6th 10-7-3 4-3-0 4th 5-12-1 3-4-0 T-6th 10-9-1 3-4-0 T-4th

Coach John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath John McGrath

1995-2011 Big East

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Rec Conf. Finish Coach 5-9-4 3-5-3 T-8th John McGrath 7-12-1 3-7-1 11th Paul Marco 7-13-0 3-8-0 11th Paul Marco 11-8-1 4-6-1 T-8th Paul Marco 13-5-1 8-2-1 3rd Paul Marco 4-13-1 1-9-1 12th Paul Marco 5-11-0 1-9-0 12th Paul Marco 4-11-2 1-8-1 13th Keith Fulk 5-10-3 1-6-3 13th Mike Seabolt 12-7-1 5-4-1 T-5th Mike Seabolt 13-8-2 6-4-1 T-3rd B Mike Seabolt 15-3-3 9-0-1 1st B Marlon LeBlanc 14-6-2 7-3-1 3rd B Marlon LeBlanc 5-9-5 3-4-4 5th B Marlon LeBlanc 7-5-6 6-3-2 3rd B Marlon LeBlanc 11-8-2 5-4-0 4th B Marlon LeBlanc 11-8-1 6-3-0 2nd B Marlon LeBlanc

2012-present Mid-American

Year 2012

Rec Conf. Finish Coach 9-6-2 4-2-1 T-2nd John McGrath

W - West Division B - Blue Division

Record Breakdown All-Time Record All-Time Home Record All-Time Road Record All-Time Neutral Record All-Time Conference Record All-Time Atlantic 10 Record All-Time Big East Record All-Time Mid-American Record Over .500 Seasons .500 Seasons Under .500 Seasons Most Wins Least Wins Most Losses Least Losses Most Ties Least Ties

419-345-83 (.544) 237-115-40 (.656) 148-208-33 (.423) 27-20-8 (.564) 96-109-25 (.472) 20-22-3 (.478) 72-85-21 (.463) 4-2-1 (.643) 34 2 16 15 (2006) 2 (1961, 1977) 13 (1997, 2000) 1 (1967, 1968) 6 (2009) 0 (11x)

Record By Decade Decade Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. 1961-69 68-26-6 .710 1970-79 69-52-14 .563 1980-89 78-74-20 .512 3-4-2 .444 1990-99 89-88-13 .503 38-46-7 .456 2000-09 84-83-25 .503 40-50-15 .452 2010-12 31-22-5 .578 15-9-1 .620

Conference Championships Year Conference Type 1965 Southern Tournament 1966 Southern Tournament 1967 Southern Tournament 1992 Atlantic 10 Tournament 2006 Big East Regular Season

NCAA Tournament Appearances Year Type 1966 First Round 1968 First Round 1971 First Round 1972 First Round 1973 First Round 1981 Third Round 1992 First Round 2005 Second Round 2006 Second Round 2007 Third Round 2010 Second Round 2011 Second Round

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


Series Records Against Conferences Conference Record Pct. America East 2-3 .400 American Athletic 21-50-10 .321 Atlantic 10 44-31-5 .581 Atlantic Coast 56-103-10 .361 Atlantic Sun 2-1-1 .625 Big East 45-46-5 .495 Big South 10-4-2 .688 Big Ten 16-25-6 .404 Big West 2-3-1 .417 Colonial 17-12-2 .581 Conference USA 21-12-3 .625 Horizon 6-12-3 .357 Independents 0-5-1 .083 Ivy 0-2 .000 Metro Atlantic 9-1-1 .864 Mid-American 9-19-3 .339 MPSF 0-1 .000 Northeast 29-10-1 .738 Ohio Valley 1-0 1.000 Patriot 7-10-5 .432 Southern 7-2-3 .708 Summit 2-0 1.000 Sun Belt 1-1 .500 West Coast 0-0-1 .500 Non-Division I 111-48-21 .675

America East (2-3)

Team Total H Binghamton 1-0 1-0 Hartford 1-0 1-0 UMBC 0-3 0-1

A N Last 0-0 0-0 2011 0-0 0-0 2012 0-2 0-0 1996

American Athletic (21-50-10)

Team Total H A N Last Central Florida 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1985 Cincinnati 5-0 2-0 3-0 0-0 2011 Connecticut 5-12-3 3-3-2 2-8-1 0-1 2011 Louisville 2-4-1 1-1 1-3-1 0-0 2010 Memphis 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1993 Rutgers 3-13-4 2-5-3 1-8-1 0-0 2009 South Florida 5-13-2 4-5 1-8-1 0-0-1 2011 Temple 1-6 1-2 0-4 0-0 2005

Atlantic 10 (44-31-5)

Team Total H A N Last Duquesne 5-1-2 4-0-1 1-1-1 0-0 2010 George Mason 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-0 1999 George Washington 10-10-2 5-3-2 2-7 3-0 1994 Massachusetts 2-5-1 2-1 0-3 0-1-1 1994 Rhode Island 5-0 3-0 2-0 0-0 1994 Richmond 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-0 2011 St. Bonaventure 9-1 4-1 5-0 0-0 1994 Saint Joseph’s 4-1 2-0 2-1 0-0 1994 Saint Louis 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1973 VCU 2-6 2-2 0-4 0-0 2003 Xavier 5-1 4-0 1-1 0-0 2011

Atlantic Coast (56-103-10)

Team Total H A N Last Boston College 3-5-1 2-2-1 1-3 0-0 2003 Clemson 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1974 Duke 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 2007 Maryland 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-0 2011 North Carolina 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2012 Notre Dame 7-8-1 5-3 2-5-1 0-0 2011 Pitt 33-9-5 17-3-3 16-6-2 0-0 2011 Syracuse 4-4-3 1-3-2 3-1-1 0-0 2007 Virginia 3-5 1-0 1-4 1-1 2011 Virginia Tech 3-7 3-3 0-4 0-0 2004 Wake Forest 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 2012

Atlantic Sun (2-1-1)

Team Jacksonville Stetson

Total H A N Last 1-1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-1 1993 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2012

Big East (45-46-5)

Team DePaul Georgetown Marquette Providence Seton Hall St. John’s Villanova

Total H A N Last 6-0 4-0 2-0 0-0 2010 5-11 4-4 1-7 0-0 2011 5-1-1 3-0 2-1-1 0-0 2011 8-8 5-3 3-5 0-0 2011 7-9-1 3-3-1 4-6 0-0 2011 2-9-2 1-4-1 1-4-1 0-1 2011 12-8-1 6-3-1 6-5 0-0 2008

Big West (2-3-1)

Team Total H A N Last Cal Poly 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 2011 Cal St. Fullerton 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2010 Cal St. Northridge 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2006 UC Santa Barbara 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 2011

Colonial (17-12-2)

Team Total H A N Last Delaware 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2004 Drexel 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2003 James Madison 2-5 2-1 0-4 0-0 2011 Northeastern 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2003 Towson 9-2-1 5-1-1 4-1 0-0 1981 UNC Wilmington 1-0-1 1-0 0-0-1 0-0 2010 William & Mary 2-4 0-0 1-2 1-2 2010

Conference USA (21-12-3)

Team Total H Florida Atlantic 2-1 1-0 Florida International 1-2 1-0 Marshall 15-5-1 9-2-1 New Mexico 0-1 0-0 Old Dominion 3-1-2 0-0-1 SMU 0-1 0-0 South Carolina 0-1 0-0

A N Last 2-0 0-1 2012 0-2 0-0 2002 6-3 0-0 2004 0-0 0-1 2005 3-1 0-0-1 2010 0-1 0-0 2005 0-1 0-0 1982

Horizon (6-12-3)

Team Total H A N Last Cleveland St. 2-9-3 0-3-2 2-6-1 0-0 1994 Wisc.-Green Bay 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2008 Wisc.-Milwaukee 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1982 Wright State 3-2 3-0 0-2 0-0 2005

Independents (0-5-1)

Team Total H A N Last Alabama A&M 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1981 Howard 0-4-1 0-2 0-2-1 0-0 1985

Ivy (0-2)

Team Columbia Harvard

Total H A N Last 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1991 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2000

Metro Atlantic (9-1-1)

Team Canisius Fairfield Iona Monmouth Niagara Rider Siena St. Peter’s

Total H 1-0-1 0-0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0

A N Last 1-0 0-0 1996 0-0 0-0 2006 0-0 1-0 2012 0-0 0-0 2010 0-0 0-0 1998 0-0 1-0 1996 0-0 1-0 1996 0-0 1-0 1994

Big South (10-4-2)

Team Total H A N Last Campbell 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2005 Coastal Carolina 2-1-1 1-0 1-0-1 0-1 1994 High Point 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2002 Liberty 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-0 2004 Longwood 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2004 Radford 4-1-1 2-0 2-1-1 0-0 2001

Big Ten (16-25-6)

Team Ohio State Penn State

Total H A N Last 10-6-4 7-0-1 3-5-3 0-1 2009 6-19-2 2-9-1 3-11-1 1-0 2012

Andrew Halsell

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Series Records Mid-American (9-19-3)

Team Total H A N Last Akron 2-9-1 1-2 1-7 0-0-1 2012 Bowling Green 2-3 0-0 1-1 1-2 2012 Buffalo 4-0-1 3-0-1 1-0 0-0 2012 Hartwick 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-2 2012 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1994 Northern Illinois 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 2012 Ohio* 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1971 Western Michigan 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 2012

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (0-1)

Team UNLV

Total H A N Last 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1999

A N Last 1-0 0-0 2004 4-3 0-0 2005 5-0 0-0 2008

Ohio Valley (1-0)

Team Total H A N Last Morehead State* 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1990

Patriot (7-10-5)

Team American Boston Bucknell Lafayette Loyola (Md.) Navy

Total H A N Last 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 2012 0-1-1 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 2002 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2006 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 2008 0-3-1 0-1-1 0-2 0-0 1987 2-4-1 2-1 0-3-1 0-0 2007

Southern (7-2-3)

Sun Belt (1-1)

Team Total H A N Last South Alabama* 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1993 Western Kentucky* 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1984

West Coast (0-0-1)

Team Total H A N Last Loyola Marymount 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 2005

Non-Division I (111-48-21)

Northeast (29-10-1)

Team Total H Mount St. Mary’s 2-1 1-1 Robert Morris 13-6 9-3 St. Francis (Pa.) 14-3-1 9-3-1

Summit (2-0)

Team Total H A N Last Oakland 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2012 Western Illinois 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1982

Team Total H A N Last Appalachian St. 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 2009 Davidson 3-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 1967 Elon 0-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-1 0-0 2012 Furman 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1966 The Citadel* 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1986 UNC Greensboro 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2006

Team Total H A N Last Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 7-8-1 4-4 3-4-1 0-0 1986 Baltimore (Md.) 5-4-1 4-1 1-3-1 0-0 1982 Bethany (W.Va.) 3-1-2 2-1-2 0-0 1-0 1985 Brooklyn (N.Y.) 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1991 Charleston (W.Va.) 11-0 10-0 1-0 0-0 1987 City College of New York 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1978 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 19-10-3 12-4-1 7-6-2 0-0 1963 Eckerd (Fla.) 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1983 Fairmont St. (W.Va.) 8-1 5-0 3-1 0-0 1966 Frostburg St. (Md.) 13-6-4 9-2-2 4-4-2 0-0 1984 Frostburg St. JV 0-1-1 0-0-1 0-1 0-0 1961 Goshen (Ind.) 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1963 Indiana (Pa.) 3-1-2 2-0-1 1-1-1 0-0 1989 Lock Haven (Pa.) 0-2-1 0-1 0-1-1 0-0 1985 Lynn (Fla.) 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1987 Mass C. Arts 1-0-1 1-0 0-0-1 0-0 1984 N.J. City (N.J.) 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1969 Pitt JV 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1961 Quincy (Ill.) 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 1973 Rollins (Fla.) 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1975 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4-2 3-1 1-1 0-0 1990 Southern Ind. 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1994 St. Leo (Fla.) 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1970 SUNY Oneonta (N.Y.) 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 2001 Tampa 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1985 Washington (Md.) 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1980 West Liberty (W.Va.) 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1980 W.Va. Wesleyan (W.Va.) 18-6-2 10-3-1 8-3-1 0-0 1985 Wooster (Ohio) 4-1-2 2-0-1 2-1-1 0-0 1980

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Martin Pushkin Jay Morris Al Barker, Jay Morris Mike Cicci, Butch Rossi Butch Rossi Tom Breit Nick Ivahnenko, Ron McEachen, Jack Shannon Walt Nistorenko Pat Sullivan Bill Goggin, Jack Shannon, Pat Sullivan George Rossi, Dave Tamman Dennis Almeida, Manny Matos, Dave Tamman Manny Matos, Joe Okhakhu Manny Matos, Joe Okhakhu Jack Cardosa, Herman Pinto Fred Hibbs, Reed Sourbeer Scott Miller, Jeff VanDine Jim Mathiowdis Jon Capon, Mike Kuzio Jon Capon, Henry Long Jon Capon, Mark Mathiowdis Amilcar Cascais, John Dragelin, Remo Fabietti George DeAlmeida, Kendall Lemmon, Ashy Mabrouk Geoffrey Wharton-Lake Tony Lopes, Abibou Niang Brian Hartlove, Pat McCloskey Lance Dragelin, Bob Leonard, Omid Namazi John Reese Mark Peterson John Keating John Keating Dustin Hicks, Michael Smith, Jason Steiner Keith Quill, Mark Thienel Mark Reilly Todd Gispert, Tim Yianne Walter Nistorenko, Adetoye Oshoniyi, Tim Yianne Luis de la Mata, Andy Leardini, David Rorrer Daniel Baleguero, Jared Feola, Tim Keating Jared Feola Andy Koenig, Brian Yochim Corey Densk, Mike Myers, Chin Orih Matt Mahar, Chris McKinney Kevan Ford, Mehran Mostafavifar Rusty Girton, Aaron Pitchkolan Devon McTavish Matt Anstey, Dan Stratford, Andy Wright Andrew Halsell, Dan Stratford, Andy Wright Ryan Chance, Gift Maworere Raymon Gaddis, Gift Maworere Raymon Gaddis, Zach Johnson, Eric Schoenle Nick Claudio, Raymon Gaddis, Eric Schoenle Uwem Etuk, Eric Schoenle

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WVU’s second men’s soccer team in 1962

1961 (2-5-3)

Head Coach: Jim Markel (1st season)

10/2 H T 10/6 H T2OT 10/10 A L 10/21 A L 10/27 A L 10/30 H T2OT 11/4 H W 11/7 H L 11/10 A W 11/17 A L

1-1 Frostburg State JV (Md.) 3-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 0-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 0-4 Pitt JV 0-3 Frostburg State JV (Md.) 3-3 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 3-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 3-5 Pitt JV 3-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 0-5 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.)

1962 (8-2-0)

Head Coach: Jim Markel (2nd season)

10/6 H 10/10 H 10/13 A 10/16 A 10/20 A 11/3 H 11/5 A 11/10 A 11/13 H 11/24 A

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5-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 1-5 Pitt 6-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 6-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 0-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 3-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 7-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4-1 Goshen (Ind.)

1963 (7-3-0)

Head Coach: Sam Maurice (1st season)

9/28 A 10/5 H 10/12 A 10/19 H 10/23 H 10/26 A 11/2 H 11/6 A 11/9 H 11/16 H

W W W L W L W L W W

3-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 2-1 Goshen (Ind.) 3-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 0-4 Pitt 3-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 1-3 Frostburg State (Md.) 4-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 0-4 Ohio State 3-2 Virginia Tech 3-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.)

1964 (8-2-0)

Head Coach: Sam Maurice (2nd season)

9/26 H 10/3 A 10/6 H 10/10 A 10/17 H 10/23 H 10/30 A 11/3 H 11/7 H 11/14 H

W W W L W W W L W W

3-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 1-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-3 Pitt 3-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 3-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 5-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 0-1 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4-2 Ohio State 4-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.)

1965 (7-5-1)

1968 (8-1-1)

Southern Tournament Champion Head Coach: Greg Myers (1st season)

NCAA Tournament First Round Head Coach: John Stewart (2nd season)

9/25 A W 9-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 10/2 H W 6-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/9 H L 2-9 Penn State 10/16 H W 2-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 2OT 10/23 A L 1-3 Frostburg State (Md.) 10/30 A L 1-3 Pitt 11/2 A L 3-5 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 11/6 A L 1-4 Ohio State 11/13 H T2OT 1-1 St. Francis (Pa.) 11/19 N1 W 1-0 + George Washington 11/19 N1 W 3-2 + Furman 11/20 N1 W 4-0 + William & Mary 11/20 A W 3-1 + Davidson + - Southern Tournament; N1 – Davidson, N.C.

1966 (13-2-0) NCAA Tournament First Round Southern Tournament Champion Head Coach: Greg Myers (2nd season)

9/20 H W 8-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 9/24 H L 2-4 Akron 9/28 A W 3-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/1 A W 7-1 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/8 A W 3-2 Penn State 10/15 A W 2-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/22 H W 3-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 10/29 A W 1-0 Pitt 11/1 H W 2-1 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 11/5 H W 3-1 Ohio State 11/18 N1 W 4-1 + Furman 11/18 N1 W 4-1 + The Citadel 1 11/19 N W 1-0 + George Washington 11/19 A W 3-1 + Davidson 11/22 A L 0-4 $ Temple + - Southern Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Davidson, N.C.

1967 (11-1-0, 1-0-0 Southern) Southern Tournament Champion Head Coach: John Stewart (1st season)

9/16 A W 4-3 Akron 9/27 H W 7-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 9/30 H W 8-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/7 H L 2-6 Penn State 10/14 A W 6-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/21 H W 5-1 Pitt 10/28 H W 4-1 * George Washington 10/31 H W 3-1 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 11/4 H W 4-2 Ohio State 11/11 A W 10-0 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/17 A W 9-0 + William & Mary 11/18 N1 W 5-0 + Davidson * - Southern match; + - Southern Tournament; N1 – Williamsburg, Va.

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9/21 H T2OT 1-1 Wooster (Ohio) 9/25 A W 4-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 9/28 H W 8-0 New Jersey City (N.J.) 10/5 A W 2-1 Penn State 10/12 A W 10-2 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/19 A W 10-0 Ohio State 10/25 A W 3-0 Pitt 11/2 A W 3-2 George Washington 11/9 H W 5-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/16 A L 2-3 $ Saint Louis $ - NCAA Tournament

1969 (4-5-1)

Head Coach: John McGrath (1st season)

9/20 A T2OT 9/27 A W 10/1 H W 10/4 H L 10/8 H L 10/11 A L 10/18 H L 10/24 H W 10/28 H W 11/1 A L

1-1 Wooster (Ohio) 3-0 New Jersey City (N.J.) 2-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 0-2 Penn State 1-4 Cleveland State 1-8 Navy 1-4 South Florida 1-0 Pitt 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 0-3 Akron

1970 (3-8)

Head Coach: John McGrath (2nd season)

9/19 H L 9/25 A W 9/26 A L 10/3 A L 10/8 H W 10/10 A L 10/21 H L 10/24 A W 10/31 H L 11/4 H L 11/7 A L

0-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4-1 St. Leo 3-6 South Florida 0-5 Penn State 6-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 1-5 Cleveland State 2-3 Ohio 8-1 St. Francis (Pa.) 2-5 Akron 1-5 Frostburg State (Md.) 0-1 Pitt

1971 (9-3-0) NCAA Tournament First Round Head Coach: John McGrath (3rd season)

9/18 H W 9-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 9/25 H W 3-0 Towson 10/2 A L 0-1 Navy 10/5 A W 5-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/8 H W 9-0 St. Bonaventure 10/19 A L 1-2 Ohio 10/25 A W 1-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/27 H W 1-0 Penn State 11/3 A W2OT 4-3 Frostburg State (Md.)


All-Time Results 11/8 H W 1-0 Pitt 11/17 N1 W 2-1 Maryland 11/23 A L 0-1 $# Howard $ - NCAA Tournament; # - Howard’s participation in 1 tournament vacated; N – Lynchburg, Va.

1972 (10-3-0) NCAA Tournament First Round Head Coach: John McGrath (4th season)

9/23 A W 3-1 Towson 9/30 H W 5-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/6 A L 4-6 Penn State 10/9 A W 6-2 St. Bonaventure 10/13 H W 1-0 South Florida 10/14 H L 1-2 Howard 10/18 H W 0-0 # Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/21 A W 9-1 George Washington 10/28 A W 6-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 11/1 H W 5-0 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/4 A W 1-0 ^ Pitt 11/11 H W 7-0 Villanova 11/27 A L 2-3 $ Clemson $ - NCAA Tournament; ^ - McGrath’s 25th victory; # Match forfeited to WVU

1973 (10-2-3) NCAA Tournament First Round Head Coach: John McGrath (5th season)

9/8 H W 7-0 Towson 9/12 H W 5-0 Baltimore (Md.) 2OT 9/22 A T 1-1 Quincy (Ill.) 9/23 A L 1-4 Saint Louis 9/29 H W 12-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/6 H W 3-1 Penn State 10/13 H W 2-0 Pitt 10/17 H W 6-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 10/20 H W 6-0 George Washington 10/23 A T2OT 1-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 2OT 10/27 A T 1-1 Cleveland State 11/2 H W1OT 1-0 Florida International 11/10 H W 4-3 Akron 11/18 A W 2-0 Villanova 11/30 H L 1-3 $ South Florida $ - NCAA Tournament

1974 (5-4-4) Head Coach: John McGrath (6th season) 9/14 H W 5-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 9/18 A L 2-7 Penn State 9/21 A W 5-1 Towson 9/28 A T2OT 2-2 Baltimore (Md.) 10/4 A L 1-2 Clemson 10/6 N1 T2OT 2-2 South Florida

10/12 A L 0-1 10/19 H W 6-0 10/22 A W 2-0 10/26 H L 0-2 11/2 H T2OT 1-1 11/6 H T2OT 0-0 11/8 H W 4-0 N1 - Clemson, S.C.

Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) Pitt Cleveland State Wooster (Ohio) Frostburg State (Md.) Villanova

1975 (8-5-1)

Head Coach: John McGrath (7th season)

9/6 H W 10-0 Towson 9/13 H W 14-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 9/17 H W 6-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 9/20 H W 1-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 9/27 H W 1-0 Baltimore (Md.) 10/3 H L 0-2 Penn State 10/7 A W 2-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/17 A L 0-3 Rollins (Fla.) 10/18 A L 0-5 South Florida 10/25 A L 0-3 Cleveland State 11/1 A T2OT 1-1 Ohio State 11/5 A L 0-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/8 H W 1-0 Pitt 11/15 A W 5-2 Villanova

1976 (6-6-1)

Head Coach: John McGrath (8th season)

9/4 A W 4-2 ^ Towson 9/18 H W 4-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 9/25 A L 0-1 Baltimore (Md.) 9/28 H L 1-3 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/1 A L 1-3 Penn State 10/9 A L 0-1 Wooster (Ohio) 10/16 A L 2-3 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/23 H T2OT 1-1 Cleveland State 10/27 A L 0-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/30 H W 2-0 Ohio State 11/3 H W 5-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/5 A W 2-0 Pitt 11/13 H W 3-0 Villanova ^ - McGrath’s 50th victory

1977 (2-9-2)

Head Coach: John McGrath (9th season)

9/10 H W 4-0 Towson 9/17 H L 1-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 9/24 H L 0-1 Baltimore (Md.) 9/27 A L 0-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 9/30 H L 1-2 Penn State 10/9 H W 1-0 Wooster (Ohio) 10/15 H T2OT 1-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 10/22 A L 0-4 Cleveland State

10/26 H L 10/29 A L 11/2 A T2OT 11/5 H L 11/12 A L

0-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 0-1 Ohio State 1-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 2-3 Pitt 1-2 Villanova

1978 (8-6-1) Head Coach: John McGrath (10th season) 9/9 A W 3-0 Towson 9/13 H W 2-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 9/16 A L 1-4 UMBC 9/17 N1 W 7-2 City College of New York 9/23 A L 0-2 Baltimore (Md.) 9/29 A L 0-4 Penn State 10/7 H W 0-3 Charleston (W.Va.) 2OT 10/14 A W 1-0 Wooster (Ohio) 10/14 A T2OT 0-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/22 H L2OT 0-2 Cleveland State 10/25 A L 1-4 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/28 H W 2-0 Ohio State 11/1 H L 0-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/8 A W 3-0 Pitt 11/11 A W 2-0 Villanova 1 N - Baltimore, Md.

1979 (8-6-2)

Head Coach: John McGrath (11th season)

9/8 H T2OT 0-0 Towson 9/14 N1 W2OT 3-2 Bowling Green 9/15 A L 0-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) H W 1-0 Baltimore (Md.) H W 2-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 9/28 H L 1-3 Penn State H W 4-1 Wooster (Ohio) H W 4-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 10/13 A L 0-4 South Florida 10/14 H WOT 2-1 Tampa 10/17 H L 0-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/21 A L 1-5 Cleveland State 10/24 H L 0-3 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 11/3 A T2OT 0-0 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/7 H W 2-0 Pitt OT 11/10 A W 3-2 Villanova N1 – Philippi, W.Va.

1980 (10-2-3)

Head Coach: John McGrath (12th season)

9/5 H W 6-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 9/17 H T2OT 1-1 Cleveland State 9/20 A W 1-0 ^ Baltimore (Md.) 9/25 N1 W 3-2 Bethany (W.Va.) 9/27 N1 L2OT 1-2 Virginia 9/28 N1 W 3-0 Washington (Md.) 10/1 A W 3-0 Wooster (Ohio) 10/3 H W 7-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 10/8 A T2OT 3-3 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/11 H W2OT 5-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/15 A W 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/19 H W 2-0 George Washington 10/25 A W 4-0 Pitt 11/1 H T2OT 1-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/8 A L 1-2 Towson ^ - McGrath’s 75th victory; N1 – Williamsburg, Va.

1981 (11-5-0) NCAA Tournament Elite Eight Head Coach: John McGrath (13th season)

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9/12 H W 3-1 Towson 9/19 H W 2-0 Baltimore (Md.) 9/25 A L 0-1 Penn State 9/30 A L 2-4 Cleveland State 10/2 A L 0-3 Duke 10/3 A W 1-0 Old Dominion 10/6 H W 2-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 10/12 A W 2-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/14 H W 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/17 A L 2-3 George Washington


All-Time Results 10/20 H W 4-0 10/28 H W 4-0 10/31 A W 2-1 11/6 H W 6-1 11/22 A W 2-1 $ 11/30 A LOT 1-2 $ $ - NCAA Tournament

Charleston (W.Va.) Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) Frostburg State (Md.) Pitt Virginia Alabama A&M

1982 (8-7-2)

Head Coach: John McGrath (14th season)

9/4 N1 T2OT 3-3 Akron 9/5 A L 1-2 South Carolina 9/7 H L 0-1 Penn State 9/11 H W 2-0 Mass. College of Liberal Arts 9/15 H L 0-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 9/18 A L 0-1 Baltimore (Md.) 9/21 A W 2-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/1 H L 0-3 Howard 10/2 H T2OT 3-3 Old Dominion 2 10/9 N W 5-1 Western Illinois 10/10 A W 3-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 10/12 A L 0-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/16 H W 1-0 George Washington 10/19 H W 10-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 10/29 H W 3-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/3 H W 2-1 ^ Pitt 11/7 H L 0-2 Towson 1 2 ^ - McGrath’s 100th victory; N - Columbia, S.C.; N Milwaukee, Wis.

1983 (10-7-1)

Head Coach: John McGrath (15th season)

9/3 N1 L 0-1 Bowling Green 9/4 A L 0-4 Akron 9/9 A L 1-4 Penn State 9/17 H W 2-0 Drexel 9/20 H W 3-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 9/24 A L 1-2 Lock Haven (Pa.) 10/1 H WOT 2-1 Pitt 10/4 A W2OT 4-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/7 N2 W2OT 1-0 Brooklyn (N.Y.) 10/8 A L 0-1 Old Dominion 2OT 10/12 H T 0-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 10/16 H L 1-5 Loyola (Md.) 10/19 H W 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/22 A W 2-1 South Florida 10/23 A W 4-3 Eckerd (Fla.) 10/26 H W 2-0 Marshall 10/30 A WOT 2-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/5 A L 0-1 George Washington N1 - Akron, Ohio; N2 - Norfolk, Va.

1984 (5-8-4)

9/11 H L 0-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 9/13 A L 1-4 Penn State 9/18 H L 0-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 9/28 H W 1-0 VCU 10/1 A L 1-2 Indiana (Pa.) 10/5 A T2OT 0-0 Lock Haven (Pa.) 10/11 H T2OT 0-0 Pitt 10/15 A W 4-0 Robert Morris 10/22 A L 1-3 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/25 A L 0-4 South Florida 10/26 N2 L 0-4 Central Florida 10/30 H T2OT 0-0 Marshall 11/2 H W 3-0 Coastal Carolina 11/7 A L 0-1 Howard 11/9 A L 0-2 George Washington 11/12 H L2OT 1-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) N1 - Charlottesville, Va.; N2 - Tampa, Fla.

1986 (7-6-3) Head Coach: John McGrath (18th season) 9/13 N1 L 0-2 Ohio State 9/14 A LOT 0-1 Bowling Green 9/21 H W 2-0 Cincinnati 9/27 H L 0-1 George Washington 9/30 H T2OT 1-1 Indiana (Pa.) 10/4 A L 1-2 VCU 10/8 A W 2-0 Pitt 10/11 A L 0-5 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/15 H W 3-0 Robert Morris 10/18 A W 3-2 Charleston (W.Va.) 10/21 H L 1-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/27 A W 1-0 Marshall 11/2 H T2OT 1-1 Loyola (Md.) 11/8 A T2OT 1-1 Coastal Carolina 11/9 H W 3-1 ^ The Citadel 11/12 H W 1-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) ^ - McGrath’s 125th victory; N1 – Bowling Green, Ohio

1987 (8-8-2, 1-1-1 Atlantic 10, 3rd West) Head Coach: John McGrath (19th season)

9/5 A L 1-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 9/8 H W 1-0 Charleston (W.Va.) 2OT 9/13 A T 2-2 Ohio State 9/15 H T2OT 1-1 * Penn State 9/19 A L 0-1 Xavier 9/20 A W 2-1 Cincinnati 9/23 H W 2-0 Pitt 9/26 A L 0-4 * George Washington 9/29 A W 1-0 Indiana (Pa.) 10/4 H L 2-3 VCU 10/6 H L 1-2 Robert Morris 10/9 A LOT 0-1 Loyola (Md.)

10/11 A W 6-1 * 10/18 H L 0-2 10/24 H W 1-0 10/27 H W 5-0 10/30 A W2OT 3-1 10/31 A L 0-3 * - Atlantic 10 match

1988 (6-11-1, 0-3-0 Atlantic 10, 3rd West) Head Coach: John McGrath (20th season) 9/3 A L 0-2 9/9 A L 0-3 * 9/17 A L 1-4 9/18 A L 1-5 9/21 A W 3-1 9/26 H L 0-3 * 9/26 H W 7-1 9/28 H T2OT 0-0 10/1 A L 0-1 10/2 A L 1-4 10/5 H W 1-0 10/8 H L 2-3 * 10/15 A L 2-3 10/16 A L 2-3 10/23 H W 6-3 10/26 H W 3-1 10/29 A L 1-3 11/2 H W 2-0 * - Atlantic 10 match

9/3 H W 4-0 9/9 H L 0-1 9/12 H W 2-0 9/17 H W 2-0 9/20 H W 2-0 9/23 A L 0-3 * 9/27 A T2OT 2-2 9/30 A W 2-0 10/1 A W 2-0 10/4 H L 0-1 10/7 A W 2-0 * 10/8 A W 3-0 10/11 H W 1-0 10/13 A L 0-1 10/14 A L2OT 0-1 10/17 H L 0-3 * 10/25 A L 1-3 10/28 A L 0-1 * - Atlantic 10 match

Head Coach: John McGrath (16th season)

1985 (4-12-3)

Head Coach: John McGrath (17th season)

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1989 (9-8-1, 1-2-0 Atlantic 10, 3rd West) Head Coach: John McGrath (21st season)

9/7 N1 L 0-3 William & Mary 9/8 N1 W 3-2 Western Kentucky 9/11 H L 1-3 Penn State 9/15 H W 2-0 Indiana (Pa.) 9/26 H L 0-4 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 10/3 A L 0-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 10/6 H L 1-2 Lock Haven (Pa.) 10/13 A W 1-0 Pitt 10/16 A T2OT 2-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/19 A T2OT 0-0 Mass. College of Liberal Arts 10/21 A L 0-4 Connecticut 10/24 A L 0-1 Marshall 10/26 H T 0-0 George Washington 10/31 H W 2-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 11/3 A L 0-3 Loyola (Md.) 11/7 A W 3-1 Cleveland State 11/11 A T2OT 0-0 Howard N1 - Philippi, W.Va.

9/3 H W 1-0 9/6 A L 0-3 9/7 N1 L 1-2

St. Bonaventure Virginia Tech Wright State Marshall Florida Atlantic Lynn

Slippery Rock (Pa.) Liberty Virginia Tech VCU Pitt George Washington Indiana (Pa.) Xavier Ohio State James Madison St. Bonaventure Buffalo Marshall South Florida Florida International Penn State Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) Wright State


All-Time Results 1990 (12-5-1, 4-3-1 Atlantic 10, 5th) Head Coach: John McGrath (22nd season)

9/5 A W 5-0 ^ Slippery Rock (Pa.) 9/9 H L 0-1 Robert Morris 9/12 A W 2-0 Marshall 9/15 A W 2-1 Old Dominion 9/19 A W 4-2 Pitt 9/21 H W 4-0 * St. Bonaventure 9/23 H T2OT 1-1 * George Washington 9/26 H W 2-0 Ohio State 9/30 A L 1-6 * Rutgers 10/4 A W 6-0 Morehead State 10/7 A L 0-1 Navy 10/10 H W 5-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 10/12 H W 4-2 * Massachusetts 10/14 H W 2-1 * Rhode Island 10/19 A L 0-4 * Penn State 10/21 H W 3-1 Xavier 10/26 A W 3-0 * Saint Joseph’s 10/28 A L 0-1 * Temple * - Atlantic 10 match; ^ - McGrath’s 150th victory

1991 (9-8-0, 3-4-0 Atlantic 10, 6th) Head Coach: John McGrath (23rd season)

9/7 N W 2-1 Brooklyn (N.Y.) 9/8 N1 L 1-2 Jacksonville 9/11 H W 2-1 Marshall 9/14 A L 0-2 Richmond 9/15 N2 L 0-1 Columbia 9/18 A W 3-0 Ohio State 9/21 A W 5-1 * St. Bonaventure 9/25 H L 1-3 * Rutgers 10/6 H W 2-0 Navy 10/11 A L 2-4 * Massachusetts 10/13 A W 2-1 * Rhode Island 10/16 H W 1-0 Pitt 10/23 A L 0-5 James Madison 10/25 H W 8-0 * Saint Joseph’s 10/27 H L 2-3 * Temple 10/30 A W 3-1 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 11/2 A L 0-2 * George Washington * - Atlantic 10 match; N1 – Conway, S.C.; N2 – Richmond, Va. 1

1992 (10-7-3, 4-3-0 Atlantic 10, 4th) NCAA Tournament First Round Atlantic 10 Tournament Champion Head Coach: John McGrath (24th season)

9/6 H L 0-1 Virginia Tech 9/11 A L 1-3 Radford 9/18 A L 1-2 William & Mary 9/19 N1 T2OT 1-1 Old Dominion 9/23 A L 1-2 * Rutgers 9/27 H W 1-0 * Rhode Island 10/3 N2 W 4-3 Jacksonville 10/7 H W 4-0 Robert Morris 10/9 H W 2-0 * Massachusetts 10/11 H W 6-1 *^ St. Bonaventure 10/14 A W 1-0 Marshall 10/17 A T2OT 2-2 Navy 10/20 A W 1-0 Cleveland State 10/23 A W 2-0 * Saint Joseph’s 10/25 A L 0-4 * Temple 11/1 H L 1-4 * George Washington 11/3 H W 1-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 11/8 N3 W 2-0 + George Washington 11/14 N3 T2OT 0-0 +# Massachusetts 11/30 A L 0-2 $ William & Mary * - Atlantic 10 match; ^ - McGrath’s 175th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; # - WVU won on PKs, 4-3; N1 – Williamsburg, Va.; N2 – Charlotte, N.C.; N3 - Piscataway, N.J.

John McGrath earned his 200th win in his last season in 1995

1993 (5-12-1, 3-4-0 Atlantic 10, T-6th) Head Coach: John McGrath (25th season)

9/4 N1 L 0-2 Coastal Carolina 9/5 A L 0-5 Memphis 9/8 H L 1-2 Marshall 9/11 H W 2-1 Radford 9/15 A L 1-3 Robert Morris 9/18 A W 4-1 * St. Bonaventure 9/22 H L 2-5 * Rutgers 9/25 A L 0-3 South Alabama 9/26 N2 T2OT 0-0 Jacksonville 9/29 A L 0-1 Virginia Tech 10/3 H L 1-2 VCU 10/6 A L 0-5 Virginia 10/8 A W 3-2 * Rhode Island 10/10 A L 1-2 * Massachusetts 10/17 H W 2-0 Navy 10/22 H W 1-0 * Saint Joseph’s 10/24 H L 0-3 * Temple 10/30 A L 1-3 * George Washington * - Atlantic 10 match; N1 – Memphis, Tenn.; N2 – Mobile, Ala.

1994 (10-9-1, 3-4-0 Atlantic 10, T-4th) Head Coach: John McGrath (26th season)

9/4 A L 0-3 * Rutgers 9/10 N1 W 7-0 Saint Peter’s 9/11 N1 W 4-0 Iona 9/14 A T2OT 2-2 Radford 9/18 H W 3-0 * St. Bonaventure 9/23 A L 1-6 Cleveland State 9/24 N2 L 1-8 Miami (Ohio) 9/30 N3 W 3-2 Southern Indiana 10/1 A W 3-0 Coastal Carolina 10/5 H W 3-2 Robert Morris 10/7 H L 0-1 * Massachusetts 10/9 H W2OT 2-1 * Rhode Island 10/12 A W2OT 3-2 Marshall 10/15 A L 1-3 VCU 10/21 A L 1-3 * Temple 10/23 A L 0-1 * Saint Joseph’s 10/26 A L 1-4 Pitt 10/30 H W 1-0 * George Washington 11/1 H W 4-1 Virginia Tech 11/4 N4 L 1-5 + Massachusetts * - Atlantic 10 match; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; N1 – Baltimore, Md.; N2 - Cleveland, Ohio; N3 - Conway, S.C.; N4 – Piscataway, N.J.

1995 (5-9-4, 3-5-3 Big East, T-8th) Head Coach: John McGrath (27th season)

9/2 A L 0-1 9/4 N1 L2OT 2-6 9/10 H W 3-2 *

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1996 (7-12-1, 3-7-3 Big East, 11th) Head Coach: Paul Marco (1st season)

9/1 A L 1-4 * Rutgers 9/7 N1 W 3-2 Rider 9/8 N1 W 2-0 Siena 9/13 A L 0-1 * Notre Dame 9/15 H L 0-2 Louisville 9/20 H L 0-1 * Syracuse 9/22 H L 1-3 * St. John’s 9/25 A L 1-2 Marshall 9/29 H W 2-0 * Villanova 2OT 10/2 A W 2-1 Mount St. Mary’s 10/6 A L 1-2 * Providence 10/9 A W 2-1 * Pitt 10/12 H T2OT 1-1 * Boston College 10/14 A W 1-0 Canisius 10/18 A L 1-6 * Connecticut 10/20 A L 0-3 * Seton Hall 10/23 H L 2-3 Robert Morris 10/27 H W 1-0 * Georgetown 11/1 H L 1-2 UMBC 11/6 H L 2-3 St. Francis (Pa.) * - Big East match; N1 – Towson, Md.

1997 (7-13-0, 3-8-0 Big East, 11th) Head Coach: Paul Marco (2nd season)

8/30 A L 0-1 9/3 H W 5-1 9/6 N1 L2OT 2-3 9/7 A W 1-0 9/10 H L 2-3 * 9/13 A L 0-2 * 9/17 A L 1-4 * 9/20 H L 0-3 * 9/26 H L 1-2 * 9/28 H WOT 4-3 * 10/4 H W 2-1 *

Robert Morris Duquesne Hartwick SUNY Oneonta (N.Y.) Pitt Villanova Georgetown Notre Dame Seton Hall Connecticut Providence


All-Time Results 10/8 A L 1-2 James Madison 10/12 A W 2-1 Florida Atlantic 10/15 H LOT 2-3 Mount St. Mary’s 10/19 H L 0-1 * Boston College 10/24 A L 0-1 * St. John’s 10/26 A W 2-1 * Syracuse 10/29 H LOT 1-2 Marshall 11/1 H L 2-4 * Rutgers 11/5 H W 3-0 St. Francis (Pa.) * - Big East match; N1 – Oneonta, N.Y.

1998 (11-8-1, 4-6-1 Big East, T-8th) Head Coach: Paul Marco (3rd season)

9/1 A W 7-0 Duquesne 9/4 H W 3-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 9/12 H W 3-0 Niagara 9/13 H W 4-1 Buffalo 9/18 A L 0-1 * Connecticut 9/20 A L 2-3 * Seton Hall 9/26 H W 2-0 * Boston College 9/30 A W 3-0 * Pitt 10/3 A W 2-0 * Providence 10/7 H L 0-3 * Georgetown 10/10 A L 1-2 * Rutgers 10/13 A W 2-0 Marshall 10/16 H T2OT 1-1 * Syracuse 10/18 H W 1-0 * St. John’s 10/21 H W 1-0 James Madison 10/25 H L 1-2 * Villanova 10/28 H W 2-1 ^ Robert Morris 10/30 A L 0-2 * Notre Dame 11/4 A L 0-4 George Mason 11/7 A L 0-4 + Connecticut * - Big East match; ^ - Marco’s 25th victory; + - Big East Tournament

1999 (13-5-1, 8-3-1 Big East, 3rd) Head Coach: Paul Marco (4th season)

9/1 H W 5-0 Duquesne 9/3 A L 1-2 UNLV 9/5 N1 L 2-3 UC Santa Barbara 9/8 H W 3-1 * Pitt 9/11 H WOT 2-1 Marshall 9/12 H W2OT 3-2 Wright State 9/17 A T2OT 1-1 * St. John’s 9/19 A W 4-2 * Syracuse 9/22 H W 3-1 George Mason 9/25 H W 2-0 * Providence 10/3 A W 2-1 * Villanova 10/6 A L2OT 3-4 * Georgetown OT 10/9 A W 2-1 * Boston College 10/15 H W 3-0 * Seton Hall 10/17 H L 0-3 * Connecticut 10/20 H W 1-0 * Notre Dame 10/23 H W 2-1 * Rutgers 10/28 A WOT 4-3 Radford 11/7 H L 1-2 + Syracuse * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Las Vegas, Nev.

2000 (4-13-1, 1-9-1 Big East, 12th) Head Coach: Paul Marco (5th season)

9/1 H W 3-1 9/6 A L 0-3 9/9 A L2OT 1-2 * 9/10 A L 0-1 9/13 A W 2-1 9/16 A L 0-8 * 9/22 H L 0-4 * 2OT 9/24 H T 1-1 * 9/28 A L 0-2 10/1 H L 1-2 * 10/5 A L 0-1 * 10/7 H W 2-0 * 10/11 H L 2-3 * 10/14 A WOT 2-1 10/17 A L 1-2 10/20 A L 1-3 *

St. Francis (Pa.) Duquesne Providence Harvard Robert Morris Rutgers St. John’s Syracuse Wright State Villanova Pitt Boston College Georgetown Radford Marshall Seton Hall

WVU qualified for the NCAA tournament in 2005 10/22 A L 0-2 * 10/27 A L 0-2 * * - Big East match

Connecticut Notre Dame

2001 (5-11-0, 1-9-0 Big East, 12th) Head Coach: Keith Fulk (1st season)

8/31 A L 0-1 Ohio State 9/2 H W 3-2 Radford 9/8 A W 2-1 SUNY Oneonta (N.Y.) 9/9 N1 L 1-2 Hartwick 9/19 H W 2-0 * Pitt 9/23 H L 1-2 * Seton Hall 9/26 A L 1-2 * Georgetown 9/30 A L 1-3 * Rutgers 10/5 H L 0-3 * Connecticut 10/11 H L 0-3 * Notre Dame 10/14 A L 2-3 * Boston College 10/17 H W 3-0 Marshall 10/20 A L 1-2 * Villanova 10/24 H L 0-1 * Virginia Tech 10/28 H W 2-1 Robert Morris 11/3 A L 1-2 * St. John’s * - Big East match; N1 – Oneonta, N.Y.

2002 (4-11-2, 1-8-1 Big East, 13th) Head Coach: Keith Fulk (2nd season)

8/30 H W 1-0 High Point 9/7 H WOT 1-0 Monmouth 9/11 H L 0-3 St. Francis (Pa.) 9/14 A L 0-2 * Connecticut 9/18 A L2OT 3-4 * Virginia Tech 9/21 H L 1-2 * Boston College 9/25 A W 1-0 Robert Morris 9/27 N1 L 3-4 Florida Atlantic 9/29 A L 1-2 Florida International 10/3 A T2OT 0-0 * Pitt 10/5 H LOT 1-2 * Syracuse 10/12 A L 0-1 * Providence 10/14 A T2OT 1-1 Boston 10/19 H L 2-3 * Villanova 10/27 A W2OT 1-0 * Seton Hall 11/2 H L 0-1 * Rutgers 11/4 H L 0-1 * Georgetown * - Big East match; N1 – Miami, Fla.

2003 (5-10-3, 1-6-3 Big East, 13th) Head Coach: Mike Seabolt (1st season)

8/29 A L 1-2 8/31 A L2OT 1-2 9/5 A W2OT 1-0 * 9/7 A WOT 1-0 9/12 A W 1-0 9/14 H W 2-0 9/21 A L 0-1 * 9/24 H L 0-1 * 9/27 H T2OT 3-3 * 10/3 A L 0-2 * 10/5 A L 1-2 10/10 A T2OT 0-0 * 10/15 A L 1-2 10/18 H L 2-5 *

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Pitt Rutgers St. John’s Marshall

2004 (12-7-1, 5-4-1 Big East, T-5th) Head Coach: Mike Seabolt (2nd season)

9/3 A L 0-2 * St. John’s 9/5 H W 5-0 Mount St. Mary’s 9/10 N1 W 2-1 Liberty 9/12 A L 0-1 Virginia Tech 9/15 H WOT 2-1 Marshall 9/19 A L 0-2 * Connecticut 9/23 H W 1-0 * Notre Dame 9/26 H W 1-0 * Syracuse 9/29 A L 1-2 * Georgetown 10/1 H L 1-2 St. Francis (Pa.) 10/3 H W 3-0 Longwood 10/9 A L 0-1 * Seton Hall 10/13 A W 2-1 Robert Morris 10/16 A WOT 3-2 * Providence 10/23 H W 1-0 * Villanova 10/27 H W2OT 2-1 * Pitt 10/30 H T2OT 0-0 * Rutgers 11/2 H W 5-0 Delaware 11/6 A W 1-0 + St. John’s 11/12 N2 L 0-1 + Connecticut * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Blacksburg, Va.; N2 – Piscataway, N.J.

2005 (13-8-2, 6-4-1 Big East, T-3rd Blue) NCAA Tournament Second Round Head Coach: Mike Seabolt (3rd season)

9/1 H W 2-0 Campbell 9/3 H W 2-0 Temple 9/6 H W 3-0 Wright State 9/9 A L 0-1 SMU 9/11 N1 L 0-2 New Mexico 9/16 A W 3-0 * Rutgers 9/18 A L 1-2 * Villanova 9/23 H L 0-1 * South Florida 9/25 H W 2-0 * DePaul 9/28 H W 3-0 Robert Morris 10/1 A T2OT 3-3 * Notre Dame 10/5 A W 2-0 * Pitt 10/8 H W 1-0 *^ Georgetown 10/12 H T2OT 1-1 Loyola Marymount 10/13 A L 1-3 * Seton Hall 10/19 A W 2-0 American 10/22 H W 1-0 * Providence 10/26 H L 0-1 * Connecticut 10/29 A W 3-1 * Marquette 11/2 H W2OT 1-0 + Rutgers 11/5 A L 1-4 + South Florida 11/19 H W 1-0 $ Robert Morris 11/23 A L 0-5 $ Akron * - Big East match; ^ - Seabolt’s 25th victory; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Dallas, Texas


All-Time Results 2006 (15-3-3, 9-0-1 Big East, 1st Blue) NCAA Tournament Second Round Big East Regular Season Champion Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (1st season)

8/25 H W 1-0 Fairfield 8/27 H T2OT 0-0 Buffalo 8/29 H W 1-0 Bucknell 9/2 H W 2-1 Cal State Northridge 9/8 H W 2-0 * Cincinnati 9/10 H W 2-1 * Louisville 9/15 A T2OT 2-2 * South Florida 9/17 A W 3-0 * DePaul 9/19 A LOT 1-2 Virginia 9/23 H W 5-3 * Seton Hall 9/27 A W 2-1 Penn State 9/30 A W 3-0 * Connecticut 10/7 H W 4-0 * Marquette 10/11 H WOT 2-1 American 10/14 A W 2-0 * Georgetown 10/18 H W 2-1 * Notre Dame 10/21 A W 1-0 * Providence 10/28 H W 1-0 + South Florida 11/3 A T2OT 0-0 +# Rutgers 11/5 N1 LOT 0-1 + St. John’s 11/15 H L2OT 1-2 $ UNC Greensboro * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; # - WVU won on PKs, 4-1; N1 – Piscataway, N.J.

2007 (14-6-2, 7-3-1 Big East, 3rd Blue) NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (2nd season)

8/31 A L 0-1 Ohio State 9/2 N1 W 1-0 Penn State 9/7 A WOT 1-0 Maryland 9/10 H W 1-0 Duquesne 9/15 A W 1-0 Duke 9/21 A L 0-1 * St. John’s 9/23 A W2OT 1-0 * Syracuse 9/28 H W 1-0 * DePaul 9/30 H L2OT 0-1 * South Florida 10/6 A L 0-1 * Notre Dame 10/10 A W 3-1 * Pitt 10/13 H WOT 1-0 * Georgetown 10/16 H L 0-1 Navy 10/19 H W 1-0 * Connecticut 10/24 A T2OT 0-0 * Marquette 10/27 A W 3-0 *^ Seton Hall 10/31 A W 1-0 Lafayette 11/3 H W 3-0 * Providence 11/7 H W 2-0 + Villanova 11/10 A T2OT 2-2 +# Louisville 11/28 H W 1-0 $ Virginia 12/2 A L 1-3 $ Wake Forest * - Big East match; ^ - LeBlanc’s 25th victory; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; # - WVU lost on PKs, 3-1; N1 – Columbus, Ohio

10/29 H W 2-0 * Marquette 11/1 H L 0-1 * Notre Dame 11/5 A L 0-2 + Louisville * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Akron, Ohio

2009 (7-5-6, 6-3-2 Big East, 3rd Blue) Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (4th season)

9/4 H L 0-2 UC Santa Barbara 9/6 H W2OT 1-0 Buffalo 9/11 A T2OT 0-0 UNC Wilmington 1 2OT 9/13 N T 1-1 Appalachian State 9/18 A L 0-2 * Louisville 9/20 A W 2-0 * Cincinnati 9/25 H WOT 1-0 * South Florida 9/27 H WOT 2-1 * DePaul 10/3 A W 1-0 * Marquette 10/6 A T2OT 0-0 * Pitt 10/10 H T2OT 0-0 * Connecticut 2OT 10/14 H T 1-1 Elon 10/17 A W 1-0 * Notre Dame 10/21 A T2OT 0-0 Ohio State 10/24 H L 1-2 * Georgetown OT 10/28 H L 0-1 * Providence 10/31 A W 2-0 * Seton Hall 11/4 H L 0-2 + Rutgers * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Wilmington, N.C.

2010 (10-7-2, 5-4-0 Big East, 4th Blue) NCAA Tournament Second Round Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (5th season)

9/3 H L2OT 0-1 9/5 H W2OT 3-2 9/10 N1 L 1-2 9/12 A W 2-1 9/17 H W 3-1 9/19 H W 1-0 9/23 H W 5-0 * 9/29 A T2OT 0-0 10/2 A L 0-1 * 10/6 A T2OT 1-1 10/08 H W 2-1 * 10/13 H W 2-0 * 10/16 A L 0-1 * 10/19 A L 0-2 * 10/23 H WOT 3-2 * 10/25 H W 3-0 * 10/30 A L 0-1 * 11/3 H W 2-1 +^ 11/6 A L 0-2 + 11/18 H W 4-2 $

Monmouth UNC Wilmington William & Mary Old Dominion Cal State Fullerton James Madison DePaul Duquesne Georgetown Elon Notre Dame Pitt South Florida Connecticut Seton Hall Marquette Providence South Florida Louisville Xavier

11/21 A L 2-3 $ Akron * - Big East match; ^ - LeBlanc’s 50th victory; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Norfolk, Va.

2011 (11-8-1, 6-3-0 Big East, 2nd Blue) NCAA Tournament Second Round Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (6th season)

8/26 N1 W 1-0 Virginia 8/29 A L 1-3 Maryland 9/2 H W 2-1 Binghamton 9/9 A L 0-2 UC Santa Barbara 9/11 A T2OT 0-0 Cal Poly 9/16 H W 4-1 Richmond 9/18 H W 3-1 Duquesne 9/25 H L 1-2 * South Florida 9/28 A L 0-2 James Madison 10/1 A W 1-0 * Cincinnati 10/8 H W 1-0 * Georgetown 10/12 A W 2-0 * Pitt 10/15 A L 1-2 * Marquette 10/18 H W 2-0 * Connecticut 10/21 H L 1-2 * Providence 10/26 A WOT 2-0 * Seton Hall 10/29 A W 2-0 * Notre Dame 11/6 H L 0-2 + St. John’s 11/17 H W 2-1 $ Xavier 11/20 A L 0-4 $ Maryland * - Big East match; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Germantown, Md.

2012 (9-6-1, 4-2-1 Mid-American, T-2nd) Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (7th season)

8/25 H W 2-1 Hartford 8/27 H W 1-0 Stetson 8/31 A L 0-1 North Carolina 9/2 A L 0-1 Wake Forest 9/6 A T2OT 0-0 Penn State 9/9 H W 4-2 Oakland 9/15 H W 2-0 American 9/23 H W 4-0 * Florida Atlantic 9/26 H W 3-1 Iona 9/29 A T2OT 1-1 * Western Michigan 10/2 H L 2-3 Elon 10/7 H W 2-0 * Buffalo 10/14 H W 3-1 * Hartwick 10/20 A L 1-2 * Akron 10/27 A L 0-1 * Northern Illinois 11/3 A W 1-0 * Bowling Green 11/9 N1 L 0-1 + Northern Illinois * - Mid-American match; + - Mid-American Tournament; N1 – Akron, Ohio

2008 (5-9-5, 3-4-4 Big East, 5th Blue) Head Coach: Marlon LeBlanc (3rd season)

8/29 H L 0-1 8/31 H T2OT 0-0 9/5 A L 0-1 9/7 N1 L 1-2 9/13 H WOT 1-0 9/19 H T2OT 0-0 * 9/21 H T2OT 0-0 * 9/26 A W 2-0 * 9/28 A L 0-1 * 10/3 A W 1-0 * 10/8 H T2OT 1-1 * 10/12 A L 0-1 * 10/15 H W 1-0 10/18 H T2OT 1-1 * 10/21 H L 0-1 10/25 A L 0-1 *

Lafayette Duquesne Akron Wisconsin-Green Bay St. Francis (Pa.) Villanova Rutgers DePaul South Florida Connecticut Pitt Providence Ohio State Seton Hall Maryland Georgetown

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Professional Players

All-Time Professional Players Player (Years at WVU) Team Years Dennis Almeida (1971-72) Cleveland Cobras 1973-79, 1981 Pat Carroll (2004-07) D.C. United 2008 Real Maryland FC 2009 Paul Cunningham (2004-07) Fisher Athletic FC 2008 Sorrento FC 2008-09 Balestier Khalsa FC 2010-present Peabo Doue (2009-12) Phoenix FC 2013-present Raymon Gaddis (2008-11) Philadelphia Union 2012-present Todd Gispert (1992-95) Atlanta Ruckus 1996-97 Brian Hartlove (1985-86) Baltimore Spirit 1992-94 Manny Matos (1971-74) Philadelphia Atoms 1975-76 New England Tea Men 1978 Rhode Island Oceaneers 1979 Ron McEachen (1966-67) New York Cosmos 1971-72 Connecticut Wildcats 1973-74 Pittsburgh Miners 1975 Miami Toros 1976 Rhode Island Oceaneers 1977 Devon McTavish (2002-05) D.C. United 2006-11 Omid Namazi (1984-87) Washington Diplomats 1988-89 Hershey Impact 1990 Maryland Bays 1990-91 Ft. Lauderdale Strikers 1992 Reading FC 1992-93 Los Angeles Salsa 1993-94 Baltimore Spirit 1994-96 Delaware Wizards 1996 MetroStars 1996 Philadelphia KiXX 1996-02 New Jersey Stallions 1997 Carolina Dynamo 1997 Staten Island Vipers 1998 South Jersey Barons 2001 Cleveland Force 2003-05 Nick Noble (2003-06) Chicago Fire 2007-09 Austin Aztex 2009 Ljungskile SK 2010-11 Harrisburg City Islanders 2012-present Jyler Noviello (2005-06) Wilmington Hammerheads 2008-09, 2011 Team Wellington 2009-10 Real Maryland Monarchs 2010 Adetoye Oshoniyi (1995-96) Roanoke Wrath 1998-00 Wilmington Hammerheads 2001 Aaron Pitchkolan (2002-04) FC Dallas 2005-09 San Jose Earthquakes 2009 Rochester Rhinos 2010 Puerto Rico Islanders 2011 San Antonio Scorpions 2012 Minnesota United FC 2013-present Jarrod Smith (2003-06) Crystal Palace Baltimore 2007 Hawke’s Bay United 2007, 2010-11 Toronto FC 2008 Seattle Sounders FC 2009 Ljungskile SK 2011 Dan Stratford (2004-07) D.C. United 2008 Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2009-10 Hereford United 2010-11 Matt Tanzini (1997-98) Buffalo Blizzard 2000-01 Harrisburg Heat 2000-03 Harrisburg City Islanders 2004-07 Franck Tayou (2010-11) Las Vegas Legends 2012-present Uzi Tayou (2010-11) Las Vegas Legends 2012-present Sam Vieceli (1970-73) Pittsburgh Miners 1975 Andy Wright (2004-07) Scunthorpe United 2008-12 Grimsby Town 2010, 2012 Morecambe 2012-present

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Paul Cunningham

Raymon Gaddis

Defender Balestier Khalsa

Team GP GS MIN Balestier Khalsa (S.League) 23 23 2070 Balestier Khalsa (Singapore Cup) 1 1 120 Balestier Khalsa (League Cup) 4 4 302

Defender Philadelphia Union

G YC RC 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

Team Philadelphia (MLS) Philadelphia (US Open Cup)

Aaron Pitchkolan

Nick Noble

Defender San Antonio Scorpions FC

Goalkeeper Harrisburg City Islanders

Team City Islanders (USL Pro) City Islanders (US Open Cup)

GP GS MIN G YC RC 17 16 1385 0 2 0 2 2 180 0 0 0

GP GS MIN GA W L T SV 25 25 2236 29 9 7 7 70 3 3 330

Team San Antonio (NASL) San Antonio (US Open Cup)

GP GS MIN 25 25 2081 2 2 210

Andy Wright

Midfielder/Defender Morecambe FC

Team GP GS MIN G YC RC Morecambe (League Two) 40 39 3519 0 9 1 Morecambe (Football League Trophy) 1 1 90 0 1 0 Morecambe (League Cup) 2 2 180 0 0 0 Morecambe (FA Cup) 3 3 270 0 0 0

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G YC RC 2 10 0 0 2 0


All-Americans

Jon Capon

Raymon Gaddis

Ron McEachen

Walt Nistorenko

Nick Noble

Eric Schoenle

Jarrod Smith

Pat Sullivan

Andy Wright

Goalkeeper Rockville, Md. 1981

Defender Indianapolis, Ind. 2010

Forward Newark, N.J. 1967, 1968

Goalkeeper Damascus, Md. 2006

Forward Havelock North, New Zealand 2006

Defender Rocky Hill, Conn. 1968

By Team First Team All-America 1967 Ron McEachen, D 1968 Walt Nistorenko, F 1968 Pat Sullivan, D 1981 Jon Capon, GK 2006 Nick Noble, GK 2006 Jarrod Smith, F

NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA Soccer America CollegeSoccerNews

Second Team All-America 2006 Nick Noble, GK 2007 Andy Wright, MF 2012 Eric Schoenle, D

CollegeSoccerNews Soccer America CollegeSoccerNews Senior CLASS Award

Third Team All-America 1967 Walt Nistorenko, F 2007 Andy Wright, MF 2010 Raymon Gaddis, D 2011 Eric Schoenle, D 2012 Eric Schoenle, D Honorable Mention All-America 1971 Joe Okhakhu, MF 1972 Dennis Almeida, MF 1972 Manny Matos, F 1973 Jack Cardosa, D 1973 Manny Matos, F 1973 Joe Okhakhu, MF 1974 Joe Okhakhu, MF 1981 Ashy Mabrouk, F

NSCAA NSCAA TopDrawerSoccer NSCAA TopDrawerSoccer NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA

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Defender Hartford, Conn. 1967

Yardley, Pa. 2011, 2012

Midfielder Liverpool, England 2007


All-Americans

Career All-American Statistics Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 Totals

Jon Capon, GK

1981: First Team NSCAA

GP-GS Min GA GAA SV SV% W-L-T SHO 15-15 1344 19 1.27 83 .814 8-6-1 9 16-16 1440 22 1.38 93 .809 8-6-2 6 15-15 1350 13 0.87 91 .875 10-2-3 8 16-16 1350 17 1.13 76 .817 11-5-0 6 62-62 5484 71 1.17 343 .829 37-19-6 28

Eric Schoenle, D

2011: Third Team NSCAA 2012: Second Team Senior CLASS Award, Third Team TopDrawerSoccer

Raymon Gaddis, D

Year GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC 2009 18-18 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2010 20-20 5 2 12 17 9 4-1 2011 20-20 3 3 9 12 6 1-0 2012 17-16 6 0 12 18 10 0-0 Totals 75-74 14 5 33 47 25 5-1

Jarrod Smith, F

2010: Third Team TopDrawerSoccer

2006: First Team Soccer America, First Team CollegeSoccerNews

1968: First Team NSCAA

Year GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC 2008 19-19 0 0 0 10 3 1-0 Year 2003 18-16 7 0 14 41 12 4-0 2009 16-15 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2004 19-10 3 2 8 45 20 7-0 2010 21-21 0 5 5 5 3 2-0 2005 21-21 8 2 18 79 35 5-0 2011 17-17 0 1 1 3 0 2-0 14 4 32 49 25 2-0 Totals 73-72 0 6 6 18 6 5-0 2006 16-16 Totals 74-63 32 8 72 214 92 18-0

Year 1966 1967 Totals

Ron McEachen, D 1967: First Team NSCAA

GP-GS NA-NA NA-NA NA-NA

G 3 3 6

A PTS 5 11 6 12 11 23

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 Totals

YC-RC NA-NA NA-NA NA-NA

1967: Third Team NSCAA 1968: First Team NSCAA

SOG NA NA NA

Walt Nistorenko, F

Year 1967 1968 Totals

SH NA NA NA

GP-GS NA-NA NA-NA NA-NA

G 27 14 41

A PTS 11 65 6 34 17 99

SH NA 61 61

Nick Noble, GK

SOG NA NA NA

2006: First Team NSCAA, Second Team CollegeSoccerNews

GP-GS Min 15-13 1311 20-20 1709 23-23 2120 21-21 1995 79-77 7135

GA 17 15 24 14 70

GAA 1.17 0.79 1.02 0.63 0.88

SV 55 67 91 89 302

YC-RC NA-NA NA-NA NA-NA

Pat Sullivan, D

Year GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC 1968 NA-NA 1 0 2 2 NA NA-NA 1969 NA-NA 0 0 0 NA NA NA-NA 1970 NA-NA 0 0 0 NA NA NA-NA Totals NA-NA 1 0 2 2 NA NA-NA

Year GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG YC-RC 2004 19-19 2 3 7 18 7 7-0 2005 2-19 5 2 12 38 14 6-0 2006 21-21 5 6 16 50 20 4-0 2007 21-21 6 6 18 45 19 7-0 Totals 83-80 18 17 53 151 60 24-0

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National Honors First Team All-America 1967 Ron McEachen, D NSCAA 1968 Walt Nistorenko, F NSCAA 1968 Pat Sullivan, D NSCAA 1981 Jon Capon, GK NSCAA 2006 Nick Noble, GK NSCAA 2006 Jarrod Smith, F Soccer America CollegeSoccerNews Second Team All-America 2006 Nick Noble, GK CollegeSoccerNews 2007 Andy Wright, MF Soccer America CollegeSoccerNews 2012 Eric Schoenle, D Senior CLASS Award 1967 2007 2010 2011 2012

Third Team All-America Walt Nistorenko, F NSCAA Andy Wright, MF NSCAA Raymon Gaddis, D TopDrawerSoccer Eric Schoenle, D NSCAA Eric Schoenle, D TopDrawerSoccer

1971 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1974 1981

Honorable Mention All-America Joe Okhakhu, MF Dennis Almeida, MF Manny Matos, F Jack Cardosa, D Manny Matos, F Joe Okhakhu, MF Joe Okhakhu, MF Ashy Mabrouk, F

NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA NSCAA

Preseason All-America 2009 Zach Johnson, GK CollegeSoccerNews 2011 Raymon Gaddis, D CollegeSoccerNews 2012 Eric Schoenle, D CollegeSoccerNews Soccer America 2012 2006 2010 2011 2012

Senior CLASS Award Finalist Eric Schoenle, D

M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Jarrod Smith, F Raymon Gaddis, D Raymon Gaddis, D Eric Schoenle, D

Semifinalist Watch List Watch List Watch List

National Coach of the Year 2006 Marlon LeBlanc Soccer America FieldTurf National Weekly Honors 9/18/2007 Zach Johnson ECAC 9/27/2004 Rusty Girton CollegeSoccerNews 10/24/2005 Nick Noble CollegeSoccerNews Soccer America 9/4/2006 Nick Noble Soccer America 9/11/2006 Jarrod Smith NSCAA ECAC SoccerTimes CollegeSoccerNews 10/16/2006 Jarrod Smith CollegeSoccerNews 9/17/2007 Paul Cunningham CollegeSoccerNews 9/18/2007 Zach Johnson ECAC Soccer America 10/22/2007 Jason Bristol Soccer America 10/30/2007 Andrew Halsell Soccer America 11/4/2007 Zach Johnson CollegeSoccerNews 10/7/2008 Alex Silva Soccer America 9/29/2009 Shadow Sebele Soccer America 10/19/2009 Zach Johnson CollegeSoccerNews Soccer America 9/12/2010 Eric Schoenle CollegeSoccerNews 8/29/2011 Eric Schoenle CollegeSoccerNews Soccer America 9/19/2011 Shadow Sebele CollegeSoccerNews 10/31/2011 Eric Schoenle CollegeSoccerNews

NSCAA/adidas Northeast Coach of the Year 2006 Marlon LeBlanc 2012

NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Eric Schoenle, D First Team Uwem Etuk, MF Third Team

2006 2007 2009 2011

NSCAA All-Northeast Region Nick Noble, GK First Team Jarrod Smith, F First Team Andy Wright, MF Third Team Dan Stratford, MF Third Team Andy Wright, MF First Team Raymon Gaddis, D First Team Zach Johnson, GK Third Team Eric Schoenle, D Third Team Andy Bevin, F Second Team Raymon Gaddis, D Second Team Eric Schoenle, D First Team

2005

NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region Devon McTavish, MF Third Team Jarrod Smith, F Second Team

1963 1967 1968 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 1980 1981 1983 1990 1992 1994 1996

NSCAA All-South Region Ed Hickman, F Third Team Joe Miller, D First Team Nick Ivahenko, F Third Team Ron McEachen, D First Team Walt Nistorenko, F First Team Pat Sullivan, D First Team Manny Matos, F First Team Joe Okhakhu, MF First Team Dennis Almeida, MF First Team Joe Okhakhu, MF First Team Dennis Almeida, MF First Team Manny Matos, F First Team Joe Okhakhu, MF First Team Roberto Calzadilla, F First Team Jon Capon, GK First Team Nigel Grosvenor, F First Team Henry Long, D First Team Jon Capon, GK First Team Ashy Mabrouk, F First Team Fernando Santos, MF First Team John Keating, MF Second Team Eric Beckner, MF Second Team Mark Reilly, F Second Team Riku Hirn, D First Team

2011

ECAC Rookie of the Year

Andy Bevin, F

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Mid-American Honors 2012

All-Conference Andy Bevin, MF Peabo Doue, D Uwem Etuk, MF Travis Pittman, MF Eric Schoenle, D

Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team

Big East Honors 1999 2006

2006 2008

2007

2011 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 1995 1997 1998 1999 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Coach of the Year

Paul Marco Marlon LeBlanc

Goalkeeper of the Year

Nick Noble, GK Zach Johnson, GK

Midfielder of the Year Andy Wright, MF Rookie of the Year Preseason Team

Andy Bevin, F

Andy Wright, MF Andy Wright, MF Zach Johnson, GK Raymon Gaddis, D Raymon Gaddis, D

All-Conference Andy Leardini, F Second Team Andy Leardini, F Second Team Daniel Balaguero, D Second Team Jared Feola, D Second Team Craig Patton, F First Team Aaron Pitchkolan, MF Third Team Devon McTavish, MF Third Team Nick Noble, GK Second Team Jarrod Smith, F Second Team Andy Wright, MF Second Team Andrew Halsell, D Third Team Nick Noble, GK First Team Jarrod Smith, F First Team Andy Wright, MF First Team Gift Maworere, MF Honorable Mention Dan Stratford, MF Second Team Andy Wright, MF First Team Zach Johnson, GK First Team Gift Maworere, MF Honorable Mention Zach Johnson, GK Second Team Gift Maworere, MF Third Team Raymon Gaddis, D Second Team Zach Johnson, GK Second Team Shadow Sebele, MF Second Team Eric Schoenle, D Third Team Andy Bevin, F Third Team Raymon Gaddis, D Second Team Eric Schoenle, D Second Team Shadow Sebele, MF Third Team

1998 1999 2009 2011

All-Rookie

Chin Orih, F Guido Cristofori, F Eric Schoenle, D Shadow Sebele, MF Andy Bevin, F


Honors/Awards Atlantic 10 Honors 1992

Conference Tournament MVP Mark Thienel, GK

Conference Tournament All-Tournament Team 1992 Kevin Herzog, D Dustin Hicks, MF Spencer Knibb, MF Mark Thienel, GK 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

All-Conference John Keating, MF Darren Eals, MF John Keating, MF Scott Laramie, D Darren McBride, F Eric Beckner, MF Spencer Knibb, MF Todd Gispert, D Keith Quill, F Andy Leardini, F

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Southern Honors 1965 1966

All-Conference Ray Lockridge, D Joe Topley, D Charlie Toth, GK Tom Breit, F Nick Ivahnenko, F Jack Shannon, D Newt Weirich, F

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

Jarrod Smith

Big East Players of the Week

Academic Honors 1998 2007

Academic All-American Carlos Iga Pat Carroll

2006 2007 2010

Academic All-District Paul Cunningham Pat Carroll Ruben Garrido

2006

NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Matt Anstey Honorable Mention Paul Cunningham Honorable Mention

Third Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team

Andy Leardini Andy Leardini Craig Patton Craig Patton Chin Orih Jarrod Smith Jarrod Smith Jarrod Smith Andy Wright Alex Silva Shadow Sebele Daniel Balaguero Jared Feola Kevan Ford Andrew Halsell Jason Bristol Andrew Halsell Jason Bristol Eric Schoenle Eric Schoenle Carlos Iga Carlos Iga Mish Sapsai Chris McKinney Nick Noble Nick Noble Nick Noble Nick Noble Nick Noble Zach Johnson Zach Johnson Zach Johnson

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Weekly Honor Roll

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All-Time Roster A Adams, Nate (m) Frederick, Md. Adler, Jan (gk) Camp Springs, Md. Ahmad, Ashraf (m) South Charleston, W.Va. Alfred, Martins (f) Ibadan, Nigeria Almeida, Dennis Alonge, Dave (m) Anderes, John (d) Bowie, Md. Andreetti, Dave (d) Marco Island, Fla. Angelucci, Josh (gk) Roswell, Ga. Anoia, Mike (m) Lebanon, Pa. Ansari, Daniel (m) Martinsburg, W.Va. Anstey, Matt (m) Canberra, Australia Antoon, Phil (f) Long Branch, N.J. Arena, Tom (f) Furlong, Pa. Arjona, Julio (m) Germantown, Md. Armstrong, Kevin (gk) Luna Niguel, Calif. Aronowicz, David (d) Arters, Sean (m) San Antonio, Texas Aspiotis, Angelo (m) Atcheson, Todd (m) Columbus, Ohio Austin, Mike (m) Oneonta, N.Y.

2009-10 1977-78 2003-06 1970-71 1971-73 1981 1987-88 1993 2005 2004-07 2002 2003-06 1985-88 1986-88 2010 2012 1971 2007 1961 1988 2000-01

B Bachteler, Mark (gk) Bowie, Md. Bailey, Andrew (d) Fairfax Station, Va. Bain, Andrew (gk) Hackettstown, N.J. Bair, Steve (d) Rowayton, Conn. Baker, Bob (gk) Old Forge, N.Y. Baleguero, Daniel (d) Nottingham, England Ball, Art (m) Banda, Timothy (d) Tanzania Barker, Al (f) Montclair, N.J. Barnes, Leon (d) Fredericksburg, Va. Bartos, Jim (d) Pittsburgh, Pa. Beasley, Cole (m-d) Longmont, Colo. Beaujon, Francis (f) Johnstown, Pa. Beckner, Eric (m) Honolulu, HI Bell, Andy (f) Columbus, Ohio Bell, Rusty (f) Neptune, N.J. Bennett, Chris (m) Herndon, Va. Bennett, Haydon (d) Chesterfield, Va. Bennett, Lee (d) Plantation, Fla. Berena, Chris (d) Fairfax Station, Va. Bergen, Richard (f) Bricktown, N.J. Berlingeri, Bob (m) Niagara Falls, Canada Besendorfer, Chris (m) Bevin, Andy (f) Napier, New Zealand Bick, Brian (m) Louisville, Ky. Birx, Tim (m) Glen Burnie, Md. Blackledge, Alan (f) Carlisle, Pa. Bland, Randy (gk) Blevins, Bill (m) Bloom, Russell (m) Weirton, W.Va. Boekell, Steve (m) Charleston, W.Va. Boelcskevy, Caspar Wheeling, W.Va. Boggs, Zak (f) Vienna, W.Va. Bonneau, Andy (d) Bethel Park, Pa. Borgerding, John (f) Trotwood, Ohio Borgess, Tony (f) New Bedford, Mass. Borneo, Kernell (d) Arima, Trinidad Boyd, Bob (f) Finleyville, Pa. Braga, Dani (gk) Syosset, N.Y. Bramson, Ronald (f) Santiago, Chile Brautigen, Dick McMechen, W.Va. Breit, Thomas (f) Charleston, W.Va. Breitsameter, Nick (m) Frederick, Md. Brennan, Mike (m) Naperville, Ill. Brett, Tom Breunig, Christian Bristol, Jason (d) Franklin, TN Brooks, Sean (m) Woodstock, Ga. Bruno, Steve (f) Spring Lake, N.J. Buchannon, Charles Morgantown, W.Va. Buck, John (f) Easton, Pa. Bukoski, William (gk) Claridge, Pa. Burge, Buddy Highland Park, Ill.

1987-90 2000 1984 1977, 1979 1975-77 1997-98 1981-82 1964 1961-63 1990-91 1966 2002-05 1966 1990-92 1988 1975-77 1985 2012 1985 2000-01 1964 1985 1990 2011-12 2002 1967-68 1984 1982 1981-82 1967 1966 1961-62 2005 1978 1977 1973, 1975 2002 1967-69 1994-95 1968-69 1961 1964-66 2011-12 2006-07 1966 2001 2006-09 2005-08 1977 1962 1969-70 1964 1962

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Burgess, Jim (m) Burgess, Steve (m) Burke, Nick (m-f) Burns, Peter (d) Burton, Robby Bybee, Fred (d)

St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Livingston, N.J. Cumberland, Md. Sparta, N.J.

1970-71, 1973 1973 2001 1978 1962 1977

C Cain, Ryan (f) Wellington, New Zealand Callaway, John (f) Mt. Hope, W.Va. Calzadilla, Roberto (f) Metuchen, N.J. Cameron, Geoff (m) Attleboro, Mass. Camp, Scott Charleston, W.Va. Cancio-Bello, Guillermo (d) Miami, Fla. Capon, Jon (gk) Rockville, Md. Cardosa, Jack (f) New Bedford, Mass. Carroll, Brad (m) Elkton, Md. Carroll, Pat (d) Springfield, Va. Carter, Doug (m) Glen Rock, N.J. Cascais, Amilcar (d) Bethlehem, Pa. Castillo, Alex (m) Schaumburg, Ill. Cataldo, Steven (f) Feasterville, Pa. Caulker, Abdul (m) Bronx, N.Y. Cayer, Paul (gk) New Bedford, Mass. Cerami, Kyle (m) Erie, Pa. Chance, Ryan (gk) Marietta, Ga. Chandler, Chris (f) Xenia, Ohio Chin, Edison (d) Port Antonio, Jamaica Cho, Sung Gul (f) Woodbridge, Va. Christy, Zach (m-f) Pittsfield, NH Ciccarelli, Joseph (m) Westwood, N.J. Cicci, Mike (f) Irwin, Pa. Clark, Gary (d) Harrisburg, Pa. Claudio, Nick (d) Charleston, W.Va. Claudio, Zack (m) Charleston, W.Va. Clute, Mike (gk) Scotia, N.Y. Clyde, Tim (d) Fairmont, W.Va. Coker, Marlin (m) Morgantown, W.Va. Coll, Declan (m) Derry, Northern Ireland Colombo, John (f) Washington, Pa. Colon, Devin (f) Spring, Texas Colt, David (f) Kenmore, N.Y. Colt, James (f) Buffalo, N.Y. Connelly, Bartley (d) Cooper, Reed (d) Madison, WI Costa, Roy (m) Oakland, Calif. Costanzo, Claudio (m) Broadview Heights, Ohio Coye, Seth (d) Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Crabtree, Terry (gk) Crampton, Brenden (m-f) Tampa, Fla. Crank, Jack Point Pleasant, W.Va. Creamer, Chris (m) Annandale, Va. Crist, John (f) Pittsburgh, Pa. Cristofori, Guido Cuddleback, Ron (m) West Chester, Pa. Cunningham, Paul (d) New Plymouth, New Zealand Curl, Russell (gk) Pittsburgh, Pa. Curry, Michael (m) Charleston, W.Va. Cyrus, Abe (m) Kenova, W.Va.

2012 1966 1973, 1975-76 2004-05 1961 2003 1977-81 1972-75 1993 2004-07 1977-78, 1981 1981-82 1998-2000 1973, 1975 1999-2000 1975 1996-98 2005-08 1985-88 1977 1977-78 2002 1977 1962-64 2008 2008-11 2010-12 1992-93 1977 1961-62 2008-09 1975-78 2008 1973, 1975 1970-71 1970 2004-07 1968-69 1988 1996-97 1966-67 2003 1961 1984-85 1977 1999 1973 2004-07 1969-71 1964 1964

D D’Uillse, Roberto (d) King City, Canada Daiutolo, Glenn Daiutolo, Scott (f) Newtown Square, Pa. Darkwah, Charles (m) Toronto, Canada Davis, Kay Salem, W.Va. Davoli, Ron (f) Buffalo, N.Y. de la Mata, Luis (m) Morgantown, W.Va. de la Mata, Mariano (d) Morgantown, W.Va. DeAlmeida, George (gk) Dean, Butch (f) Roscoe, Pa. Dean, Tom (d) Roscoe, Pa. Decapua, Mark (d) Lincroft, N.J. Deehan, Joe (m) Baltimore, Md. DeGroff, John (f) Elmont, N.Y. Dellosso, Greg (d) Livingston, N.J. DeLuca, Paul (gk) Easton, Pa.

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All-Time Roster Demarest, Dean (d) Monroeville, Pa. DeMedeiros, Rui (d) Bristol, R.I. Denner, John (m) Manchester, Md. Dennis, Kona (d) Reston, Va. Dennison, Joe (d) Lancaster, Pa. Densk, Corey (m) Baldwinsville, N.Y. Dewese, Chase (m) Beckley, W.Va. Diaz, Ray (d) Dick, Wendell (gk) Winchester, Va. Dickey, Matt (d) Prescott, AZ Dischinger, George (m) Rochester, N.Y. DiStefano, Christopher (f) Newark, DE Dixon, Victor (m) Clendenin, W.Va. Dlamini, Justin Dlugos, Stan Doan, Tuan (m) Dallas, Texas Dondiego, Joe (m) Dumont, N.J. Donosa, Raul (f) Doran, John (m) Winchester, Va. Dorcy, Brian (m) Kalamazoo, Mich. Doue, Peabo (f) Germantown, Md. Dragelin, John (m) Deer Park, N.Y. Dragelin, Lance (f) Deer Park, N.Y. Drake, Matt (m-f) Happy Valley, OR Drisko, Chris (gk) Woodbridge, Va. Duarte, Lennie Durham, Barry (f) Buffalo, N.Y. Durst, Tim (d) Rockville, Md. Dutton, Thomas (m) Dutton, Thomas (f) Sissonville, W.Va.

1986-87 1980-83 1968-69 2008 2003 1998-2001 2006-08 1966-67 1962 1993 1973 1984 1984 1983 1965 2009-10 1962-64 1971-72 2004-05 1993-94 2009-12 1980-82 1984-87 2010-11 2012 1971-72 1962 1984-85 1970 1993-94

E Eals, Darren (m) Eavenson, Pat (gk) Eckert, Earl (m) Edwards, Bob (d) Ehrenworth, Paul (d) Eichhorn-Hicks, Brady (m) Ejike, Mokala (f) Eltringham, Dave (f) Engstrom, Chris (m) Ernst, Paul (m) Erwin, Alex (d) Etuk, Uwem (m) Evans, Graham (d) Evans, Jarrod (f)

Cambridge, England Huntersville, N.C. Raubsville, Pa. Potomac, Md. Cranbury, N.J. Edina, MN , Nigeria Bethlehem, Pa. Dumfries, Va. Millington, N.J. Batavia, Ill. Herndon, Va. Virginia Beach, Va. Potomac, Md.

1991 2011-12 1973 1983-84 2011-12 1998-99 1973 1978 1993 1967-69 2006-07 2009-12 1989-92 2004-05

F Fabietti, Remo (d) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Farquhar, Ben (m) New Eagle, Pa. Farzanegan, Kasra (f) Fast, Jay (f) Morgantown, W.Va. Feeley, Darren (m) East Sandwich, Mass. Feldmeier, Paul Feola, Jared (d) Buckhannon, W.Va. Ferguson, Brian (d) Washington, DC Ferrari, Bob Trafford, Pa. Ferreira, Celso (f) New Bedford, Mass. Fischetti, Brandon (f) Monroeville, Pa. Fisher, Tom (m) Mechanicsburg, Pa. Flores, Chris (gk) Sterling, Va. Flott, Allan (m) Arlington, Va. Ford, Henry Morgantown, W.Va. Ford, Kevan (d) Lancaster, England Formica, John (m) Long Island, N.Y. Forslund, Len (f) Uddevalla, Sweden Fortson, Bill (m-d) Morgantown, W.Va. Frappier, David (m) Manassas, Va. Frazee, James (f) Gettysburg, Pa. Freel, Jonathan (m) Pittsburgh, Pa. Freeman, Jeff Freeman, Justin (m-f) Newport News, Va. Freemyer, Kurt (f) Arlington, Va. Freidrich, Andy Fribourg, Blake (d) Allison Park, Pa. Friedrich, Andreas (d) Rochester, N.Y. Fuller, Dave (d) Charleston, W.Va. Furbee, Travis (m) Tallahassee, Fla.

G Gaddis, Raymon (d) Indianapolis, Ind. Galdo, Jose (m) Alexandria, Va. Gallaway, John Garay, Andrew (d) Garrido, Ruben (m-d) Elkhart, Ind. Gaston, Linton (m) Trincity, Trinidad George, Stephen (d) Lawrenceville, Ga. Gerstenschlager, Mark (m) Schwenksville, Pa. Gierlich, Ted (d) Edison, N.J. Gillespie, Ryan (d-m) Virginia Beach, Va. Gillner, Bob (f) Wheeling, W.Va. Girona, Francisco (m) West Stockbridge, Mass. Girton, Rusty (d) Asheville, N.C. Gispert, Keith (f) Marietta, Ga. Gispert, Todd (d) Marietta, Ga. Givens, Bryan (gk) Downingtown, Pa. Glass, Donald (m) Glen Rock, N.J. Glass, Gary (m) Glen Rock, N.J. Goggin, Paul (gk) Morgantown, W.Va. Goggin, William (m) St. Louis, Mo. Goldberg, Steve Goldstein, Marty (d) Brooklyn, N.Y. Gomez, John Paul (m) Banjul, Gambia Gomez, Ruell (d) Scarborough, Canada Gorman, Connor (d) Philadelphia, Pa. Goss, Jim Grabowski, Steve (f) Westfalia, Germany Grammar, Gary (d) Baltimore, Md. Grant-Higgins, Dwayne (m) Ajax, Canada Greco, Joe (f) Baltimore, Md. Greene, Orlando (d) Media, Pa. Greenman, Tim Gregory, David (m) Philadelphia, Pa. Greim, John (m) Malvern, Pa. Griffith, Shawn (d) Huntington, W.Va. Grosvenor, Nigel Guenther, Frank (f) Clairton, Pa. Guernin, George (d) East Brunswick, N.J.

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All-Time Roster H Hagan, Darren (d) Manassas, Va. Hagey, Dan (d) Ephrata, Pa. Hall, Matt (gk) Rockville, Md. Hall, Troy (m) Camillus, N.Y. Halsell, Andrew (d) Quentin, Pa. Hankey, Ryan (gk) Monroeville, Pa. Harkness, Geoff (gk) Manassas, Va. Haroldson, Mitch (gk) Mt. Laurel, N.J. Harrell, Ben (m) Morgantown, W.Va. Harris, John (m) Morgantown, W.Va. Hartlove, Brian (gk) Baltimore, Md. Harvey, John (m) Maidsville, W.Va. Hasbun, Antonio (f) , Honduras Haslem, Philip (m) Morecambe, England Hassos, Demetrious (gk) Hastun, Antonio (f) Tegucigalpa, Honduras Haugen, Joe Lonaconing, Md. Heater, Hal (f) Fairmont, W.Va. Hedrick, Jerry (m) Heil, Reed (m) Perkasie, Pa. Helou, Pascal (gk) Scarborough, Canada Henry, Francio (d) St. Catherine, Jamaica Hensley, Howard (m) Mullens, W.Va. Henson, Tony (d) Scarborough, Canada Heydon, John (m) Morgantown, W.Va. Hibbs, Fred (d) Philadelphia, Pa. Hickman, Nick Parkersburg, W.Va. Hickman, Spike (f) Narberth, Pa. Hicks, Dustin (m) Tampa, Fla. Hillenbrand, Jason (f) Morgantown, W.Va. Hirn, Riku (d) Helsinki, Finland Hoffman, Mike (m) Memphis, TN Holmes, Justin (gk) Elkhart, Ind. Huddleston, Chris (d) Johannesburg, South Africa Hull, Eric (d) Clear Spring, Md. Hutchinson, Rufus (gk) Morgantown, W.Va. Hutchinson, Travis (m) Longmont, Colo.

1993 2007-10 1987 1996-97 2004-07 1995-96 1991-93 1984-85 2002 1989 1985-86 1966-67 1969 1978 1990 1967 1961 1962-64 1970 1988-90 1987-88 2012 1961-62 1988-91 2003-04 1975-76 1962-63 1961-63 1988-92 2001-02 1994-96 1996-97 2011 1991 1978 1968 2003-04

I Iannelli, Mike (d) Iga, Carlos (gk) Ilkiuyoni, Jacob (d) Isaksen, Gunner (m) Ivahnenko, Nick (f) Ives, Travis (gk) Iwunze, Amaugo (f)

Cobleskill, N.Y. Monterrey, Mexico Tanzania Jackson, N.J. Trenton, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Paris, France

1997-99 1996-98 1964 1987-90 1966-67 2010-11 2010

J Jacobs, Rusty (d) West Chester, Pa. James, Keith (f) Monongahela, Pa. Jameson, John (m) White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Jeddi, Mehdi (m) Kuwait City, Kuwait Jernejcic, Frank (f) Euclid, Ohio Johnson, Don (f) Cincinnati, Ohio Johnson, Zach (gk) Lumberton, N.J. Jones, Slade (f-d) Clifton Park, N.Y. Jonke, Ernie (m) Centereach, N.Y. Joy, Daniel (m) Manalapan, N.J. Joyce, Bob (d) Emporium, Pa. Judge, Greg (d) Raleigh, N.C. Juskowich, Ken Justice, Ed (d) Stuart, Fla.

1975 1971-73 1961-62 1986 1964-66 1968 2007-10 1995-99 1977-78 1993 1966 2011 1965 1984-85

K Kaiser, Bill (f) Rochester, N.Y. Kalisz, Cory (d) Wheeling, W.Va. Kapusta, John (d) Peters Township, Pa. Karmue, Peter (m) Providence, R.I. Kawishi-Moshi, Mohamed (f) Tanzania Keadle, Taylor Keating, John (m) Germiston, South Africa Keating, Tim (d) Germiston, South Africa Kemerer, Don

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Kennedy, Chris (d) Charleston, W.Va. Kerr, Tom Fairmont, W.Va. Kevins, Grant (d) Marietta, Ga. Kidd, Dave (d) Baltimore, Md. Killian, Paul (gk) Ellicott City, Md. Kim, Kook-Han (m) Marina, Calif. Kim, Yong King, Bill (m) Catonsville, Md. Kipp, Tom (m) Rochester, N.Y. Klemash, Paul (f) Bridgeville, Pa. Knibb, Spencer (m) Scarborough, Canada Knouse, Jeff (d) Northbrook, Ill. Koenig, Andy (m) Villa Hills, Ky. Kopia, Leonard Kovacsik, Justin (gk) Sanford, Fla. Kress, Kevin (d) Sewickley, Pa. Krolak, Brian (d) Manassas, Va. Krupa, Denny (d) Uniontown, Pa. Kucinic, Frank (m) Willoughby, Ohio Kurland, Justin (d) Piscataway, N.J. Kushnir, Andrew (d-m) Northfield, Ill. Kuzio, Mike (f) East Brunswick, N.J.

1994-95 1963-64 2000-01 1987 2009-10 1984-86 1980 1967 1966 1977 1989-92 1988-91 1996-2000 1961 2002 1993-94 1993-94 1965-66 1997-98 2000 2005 1977-79

L La Guerre, Donald (d) Arima, Trinidad LaCrone, Kolby (f-m) Zanesville, Ohio LaLance, Dick St. Albans, W.Va. Lamb, Scott (f) Ballston Lake, N.Y. Lanza, Bill (f) Closter, N.J. Lara, Mario (f) San Pedro Sula, Honduras Laramie, Scott (d) Marblehead, Mass. Lauer, Ralph (m) Dover, Pa. Lazic, Aleks (f) Port Charlotte, Fla. Leardini, Andy (f) Youngstown, N.Y. Lee, Jack (m) Kobe, Japan Leedom, Zak (m) Dublin, Ohio Lemmon, Kendall (d) Lenard, Bob (d) Middleton, Pa. Leonardo, Jeff (f) Vineland, N.J. Lesard, Bob (d) Middleton, Pa. Lewis, Thomas Kingwood, W.Va. Libhart, Griffin (m) Marietta, Pa. Lindroos, Tony (f) Espoo, Finland Lockhart, Steve (d) Denver, Colo. Lockridge, Ray (d) Staunton, Va. Lofgran, Charles (f) Waynesburg, Pa. Long, Bill (m) West Chester, Pa. Long, Henry Lopes, Tony (d) New Bedford, Mass. Loughborough, Sam (d) Chevy Chase, Md. Luckritz, Eugene Ludford, Pat (m) Columbia, Md. Lugenja, Mohamed (m) Tanzania Luxbacher, Joe (f) Pittsburgh, Pa. Lyon, Boyd

2005-08 2005 1963 1993-96 1966-67 2003 1988-91 1968-70 1992-93 1994-97 1962-63 2012 1981-83 1985-87 1986-88 1984 1962 2012 2006-08 2004 1964-65 1968-69 2002 1979-80 1981-85 2002 1961 1983-84 1964 1969 1988

M Mabrouk, Ashy (f) Taunton, Mass. Maddox, Michael (f) Cabin Creek, W.Va. Madojemu, Daniel (f) Benin City, Nigeria Mahar, Matt (d) Cleveland, Ohio Malm, Richard (m) Long Island, N.Y. Mancini, Vincent (f) Edison, N.J. Mann, Rich (d) Charleston, W.Va. Mansell, Greg (m) Strongsville, Ohio Manswell, Malcolm (m) Clarksville, Md. Marco, Paul (m) Schenectady, N.Y. Maren, Mark (m) Scarborough, Canada Marsh, Jeremy (m) Tallahassee, Fla. Martin, Fred Fair Haven, N.J. Martin, Todd (d) Charlotte, N.C. Mathiowdis, Jim (d) Bel Air, Md. Mathiowdis, Mark (d) Bel Air, Md. Matos, Manny (f) New Bedford, Mass. Matousek, Todd (m) St. Louis, Mo. Mauer, Ron Maworere, Gift (m) Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

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All-Time Roster McBride, Darren (f) Weymouth, England McCabe, Tom (m) Columbia, Md. McClain, Corey (m) Pittsburgh, Pa. McCloskey, Pat (m) Vienna, Va. McEachen, Ron (d) Hartford, Conn. McGrath, Michael (d) Springfield, Va. McKenna, Todd (gk) Rosemont, Pa. McKinney, Chris (gk) Princeton, W.Va. McPherson, Brian McTavish, Devon (m) Winchester, Va. Meacci, Bill (d) Imperial, Pa. Medina, Julio (m) New Bedford, Mass. Meeuwissen, John (m) Mello, Herman (f) Bristol, R.I. Merriam, Jamie (m) Rockville, Md. Messer, Brian (d) Tallahassee, Fla. Mhina, Stan Millar, Scott (d) Kearny, N.J. Miller, Jason (m) Lakeland, Fla. Miller, Joe (d) Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Miller, William (m) Westlake, Ohio Mills, Adam (f) Indianapolis, Ind. Minnier, Robert Mion, Alessandro (d) Miami, Fla. Molasoko, Francis (d) Courdimanche, France Mooney, Richard (d) Rocky Hill, Conn. Moore, Jordan (d) Arlington, Texas Moorhead, Brant (m) Weirton, W.Va. Morgan, Wayne (f) Scarborough, Canada Morris, Jay (m) Chatham, N.J. Morris, Ryan (f) Freehold, N.J. Mosha, Balthazar (d) Tanzania Mostafavifar, Mehran (d-m) Tampa, Fla. Moulakis, Nick (d) Moyer, Alan (d) Moyo, Bruce (f) New York, N.Y. Mozney, Jake (m) Wheeling, W.Va. Mpanga, Peter Mullen, Dan (m) Doylestown, Pa. Mullin, Daniel (m) Doylestown, Pa. Myers, Greg (f) Clarksburg, W.Va. Myers, Mike (m) Morgantown, W.Va. Myers, Tom Johnstown, Pa.

1991 1983-86 2000-02 1984-86 1966-67 1987-88 1989 2000-02 1990 2002-05 1962, 1964 1980-81 1966 1981 2012 1993 1963 1975-77 2004 1961-63 1992 2008-10 1996 2012 2011-12 1967-68 2011 2000 1987-91 1961-63 2011 1964 2002-03 1973 1978 1984 2003 1963 1975 1977 1961-62 1999-2001 1962

N Nagahari, Hiroaki (d) Kobe, Japan Namazi, Omid (m) Herndon, Va. Nedrow, David (gk) Albright, W.Va. Nerz, Al (f) White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Nerz, Joe Niang, Abidou (d) New Bedford, Mass. Niang, Thierno (d) New Bedford, Mass. Nistorenko, Walt (f) Newark, N.J. Nistorenko, Walter (m) Union, N.Y. Noble, Nick (gk) Damascus, Md. Noojin, Billy (gk) Acworth, Ga. Noviello, Jyler (f-m) Atlanta, Ga. Nucilli, Brooks (f) Fairmont, W.Va. Nwobodo, Chris (f) Onitsha, Nigeria

1981 1984-87 1963-64 1961-62 1965 1981-85 1985-88 1967-68 1993-96 2003-06 2008 2005-06 2010 1965-66

O O’Neil, Gerry (m) Arima, Trinidad Ogbonna, Emeka (gk) Pennington, N.J. Okhakhu, Joe (m) Nigeria Olamini, Julius Olsen, Darik (m) Ann Arbor, Mich. Olsen, Richard (d) Bayville, Va. Olum, Zachary (d) Gulu, Uganda Ondreyka, Brian (m-d) Morgantown, W.Va. Orbacz, Tom (gk) Congers, N.Y. Orih, Chin (f) Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Oshoniyi, Adetoye (m) Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Osman, Majed (f) London, England Ossa, Ed (f) Newark, Ohio Oussa, Bernard (m) LaSalle, Canada

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1976, 1978 1997-99 1964 1971-72 2007-08 1967-68 1968 1966 1968-69 1988 1970 1997-2000 1986-87 1997 1999 2002 1994-95 1985-89 1996 1973-75 1970-73 1996 2002-04 2008-09 2009-12 1965-67 1995 1961 2002 1961-62

Q Quill, Keith (f) Quinif, Donald (f)

Manassas, Va. Sistersville, W.Va.

1990-93 1964

R Ramirez, Humberto (m) Raskasky, Nick (d) Tacoma, WA Ratliff, Shawn Redolfi, Jerry (gk) Baltimore, Md. Rees, Andy (m) Simsbury, Conn. Reese, John (m) Fairmont, W.Va. Reilly, Mark (f) St. Louis, Mo. Renner, Chris (m) Greenville, S.C. Resavage, Lawrence (m) Pittsburgh, Pa. Rice, Robert (f) Kingswood, Texas Rich, Jamie (d) Andover, N.J. Richardson, Matt (m) Charleston, W.Va. Riivald, Heiiki (m) Lakewood, N.J. Robb, Dan (m) Pittsburgh, Pa.

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All-Time Roster Roberts, Charles (m) Hartford, Conn. Robinson, Jason (m) Endicott, N.Y. Rodriguez, Eric (m) Longmont, Colo. Rorrer, David (d) Manassas, Va. Ross, Tim (d) Englewood, Ohio Rossi, Butch Dunlevy, Pa. Rossi, George (gk) Roush, David (f) Charles Town, W.Va. Russel, Chad (m) Beavercreek, Ohio

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S Sabathe, Daniel (f) Dayton, N.J. 1993 Sabin, James (gk) 1994 Saltrick, Eric (m) Bowie, Md. 1987 Sanchez, Gerry (m) Guaynabo, PR 2012 Sanda, Milo (d) North Royalton, Ohio 2008 Santa Maria, Charles (f) North Collins, N.Y. 1970 Santos, Fernando (m) 1981-83 Sapsai, Mish (gk) Landing, N.J. 1997-99 Sapsara, Mike (d) Allison Park, Pa. 1994 Savittiere, Keith 1998 Sbarra, Tom 1961 Schoch, Dale (gk) Emmaus, Pa. 1968-69 Schoenle, Eric (d) Yardley, Pa. 2009-12 Schreiner, Steve (m) Harrisburg, Pa. 1987 Schroeder, Ed (f) Trenton, N.J. 1978 Schroeder, Oskar (f) Bridgeton, N.J. 1962-65 Scragg, John (m) Marietta, Ga. 2000 Sebele, Shadow (m) Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 2009-12 Sexstone, Sean (d) Morgantown, W.Va. 2000, 2002 Shaflucas, Bill (m) Amherst, N.Y. 1994 Shalhoub, Munir (m) San Jose, Calif. 1977-78 Shannon, Jack (d) Charleroi, Pa. 1965-67 Shannon, John (d) Allenport, Pa. 1968-70 Shelton, Nick (m) Pickering, Canada 2001-02 Shewcraft, Ron (gk) Woodhaven, Mich. 1972-73 Shumate, Norman (d) Beckley, W.Va. 1962 Shutler, Adam (gk) Simpsonville, S.C. 2003-04 Silva, Alex (m) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2008-10 Silva, Louis (f) 1981 Smith, Albert 2003 Smith, James (d) Somerdale, N.J. 1973, 1975 Smith, Jarrod (f) Havelock North, New Zealand 2003-06 Smith, Michael (d) Virginia Beach, Va. 1989-92 Snowden, Mitchell (d) New Plymouth, New Zealand 2005-06 Sourbeer, Melvin (d) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1973, 1975-76 Spates, Chris (d) Prince George, Va. 2012 Spears, Daniel (m) Baltimore, Md. 1973 Spence, Aric (f) Akron, Ohio 1977 Spolar, Rich (m) Harmarville, Pa. 1967-69 Stara, Matt 2006 Steiner, Jason (m) Englewood, Colo. 1989-92 Stephens, Craig (d) Wellington, New Zealand 2011-12 Stephens, Dan 1989 Stevens, Ben (m) Brisbane, Australia 2004 Stewart, John (f) Sistersville, W.Va. 1964-66 Stielau, Walt (d) Medford Lakes, N.J. 1989-90 Stoll, Jeff (d) Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 1967-68 Stoup, Doug (d) Mechanicsburg, Pa. 1983-85 Stratford, Dan (m) London, England 2004-07 Strauss, Matt (f) Wilmette, Ill. 2009-10 Sukeero, Mike 1991 Sullivan, Barry (d) Philadelphia, Pa. 1973, 1975, 1977 Sullivan, Pat (d) Rocky Hill, Conn. 1968-70 Surber, Terry (m) Sunrise, Fla. 1992 Sutton, John 1961 Swarts, Kyle (gk) Elma, N.Y. 2000

T Talbot, Robert (f) Califon, N.J. Tamman, Dave Tanzini, Matt (f) Youngstown, N.Y. Tauss, Ryan (d) Niskayuna, N.Y. Taylor, Art Tayou, Franck (f) Las Vegas, Nev. Tayou, Uzi (d) Las Vegas, Nev. Thienel, Mark (gk) Vernon, N.J.

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1970 2009-12 2003 1965-67 1996 1964-65 1997-98 1966 1969-70 2008 1984-85 1968 1989-92 1986-87

U Umstead, Michael (d) Green Spring, W.Va. Underwood, Kyle (f) Aledo, Texas Urbani,

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V VanDine, Jeff (m) Veliz, David (m) Vieceli, Samuel (f) Vigh, Steve Viravong, Setta (m) Voorheis, John (d)

Morrisville, Pa. Tucson, Ariz. Pittsburgh, Pa. Woodbridge, N.J. Rochester, N.Y. Virginia Beach, Va.

1975-77 1993-94 1970-73 1962 1994-95 1990-91

W Wagner, Corey (m) Elkins, W.Va. Wahl, Jeff (f) Sewickley, Pa. Walker, James (gk) Morgantown, W.Va. Wangrin, Jonathan (m) Marietta, Ga. Watring, Joe (f) Morgantown, W.Va. Weirich, Nev (f) Mt. Wolf, Pa. Weisz, Harry (f) Brooklyn, N.Y. West, Kyle (d) Omaha, NE Westling, Ben (gk) Woodbridge, Va. Wharton-Lake, Geoffrey (f) Springfield, Va. White, Andy (gk) Malvern, Pa. White, Bill (d) Landover, Md. Wilbanks, John Huntington, W.Va. Wilburg, Kobie (m) Riverdale, Ga. Wilkerson, Tom (gk) Charleston, W.Va. Williams, Bernard (f) Columbus, Ga. Williams, Jay (f) Raleigh, N.C. Williams, Martin (d) Williams, Richard (m) Miami, Fla. Wittig, Chris (d) Newton, Pa. Wittman, Scott (f) Baltimore, Md. Wojcik, Thomas (m) Trenton, N.J. Woods, George Worst, Jeff (d) Carrollton, Texas Wright, Andy (m) Liverpool, England Wyman, Jay (gk) Long Island, N.Y.

1995-96 1967 1968 2005 1967 1966-67 1967-68 2008-09 2002 1981-84 1983-85 1978 1963 1993-96 1967-68 1993-94 2010-12 1970 1975 2003-06 1980-81 1969-70 1965 1989 2004-07 1985

Y Yaquinto, Anthony (d) Washington, Pa. Yee, Jon Yi, Nam Su (m) Alexandria, Va. Yianne, Tim (m) Charleston, W.Va. Yochim, Brian (gk) Erie, Pa. Yocum, Tim (d) Wallingford, Pa. Yost, Alex (f) Royal Oak, Mich.

1970 2003 1978 1993-96 1996-2000 1985-88 2005-08

Z Zappa, Gene (d) Zellum, Doug (gk) Zimmermann, Rudiger (f) Zoerner, Gary (m)

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James P. Clements, Ph.D. President

Jim Clements is West Virginia University’s 23rd president. WVU is the flagship university of West Virginia, with an internationally diverse student body of about 33,000 undergraduate and graduate students across approximately 200 degree programs in the University’s 14 constituent colleges, two divisional campuses and multiple healthcare sites. Dr. Clements chairs the boards of the West Virginia United Health System, the WVU Hospitals, and the WVU Research Corporation. In total, WVU and its affiliates represent a $2.5 billion enterprise and employ more than 20,000 people. Over the past four years, WVU has set significant records in private fundraising, enrollment, and research funding. Through WVU projects, as well public private partnerships, nearly a billion dollars of capital improvements are underway on campus, in WVU’s health care system, and in the community. Regionally, Dr. Clements is a board member of the National Energy Technology Labora-

tory Regional University Alliance. He chairs the Implementation Committee of the Power of 32, a visioning initiative across 32 counties in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. In the state, he co-chaired the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s Diversity Initiative Council, and co-chaired the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s College Completion Task Force. In addition, he serves on the board of the West Virginia Business Roundtable. On a national level, he is secretary and incoming chair of the Council of Presidents of the Association of Public Land-Grant Universi-ties (APLU), which places him on the executive committee. He is also co-chair of the APLU Energy Forum, chair of the American Council on Education’s (ACE) Commission on Leadership, and a member of the Business Higher Educa¬tion Forum that includes Fortune 500 CEOs and higher education executives. Dr. Clements was the only university president selected for a 15-member Innovation Advisory Board to the U.S. Depart-

ment of Commerce. He was also nominated and participated in the 81st Joint Civilian Orientation Conference through the U.S. Department of Defense. Before coming to WVU, Dr. Clements served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Towson University, the second largest public university in Maryland. Prior to becoming provost, he served as Towson University’s vice president for economic and community outreach, and as the Robert W. Deutsch Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences. Dr. Clements earned a B.S. in computer science and an M.S. and Ph.D. in operations analysis from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), as well as an M.S. in computer science from Johns Hopkins University. The fourth edition of his project management textbook was published in four languages and used in multiple countries; the fifth edition was released in spring 2012. At WVU, Dr. Clements is a tenured professor in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources’ Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. He is married to Beth Clements, and they have four children - Tyler, twin daughters Hannah and Maggie, and Grace.

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Oliver Luck

Director of Athletics

Successful at each of his previous career stops, Oliver Luck continues that streak at West Virginia University. A former Mountaineer quarterback, Luck, appointed the University’s 11th Director of Athletics by President James P. Clements on June 9, 2010, has made significant strides in his first three years to enhance WVU’s role as a major player in the collegiate world. In his first year, Luck hired four head coaches, while maintaining WVU’s superior level of success. In addition to new hires, Luck oversaw the progress of major capital projects, such as the $25 million WVU basketball practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and the women’s soccer training complex. He also fostered an atmosphere for achievement and triumph in the classroom and on the field. In year two, Luck led WVU into the Big 12 Conference, oversaw the best fundraising year in school history, implemented several safety and crowd enhancements at Mountaineer sporting events, increased overall department revenue, continued a master plan for facility upgrades and watched his football program gain its third BCS bowl victory with a record-setting 70-33 win in the Orange Bowl. In year three, Luck oversaw the reseating of the WVU Coliseum to further increase WVU’s fundraising efforts. He added an 18th varsity sport - the return of men’s golf – teeing it up in 2015 for the first time since 1982, and he continues his tireless work on facility upgrades to keep the Mountaineers competitive in the Big 12. Luck’s athletic and professional career has been the epitome of success, first as a recordsetting quarterback for the Mountaineers from 1978-81, then as a professional quarterback for the National Football League’s Houston Oilers, and later as a professional sports executive. Luck’s journey to the big chair at WVU began in his native Cleveland, where in 1977 he was named the Cleveland Touchdown Club Player of the Year at St. Ignatius High. Luck chose WVU over Ivy League schools Harvard and Yale, embarking upon a career that saw him establish school records for touchdown passes and completions during his playing days, while also leading the Mountaineers to a 26-6 upset victory over Florida in the 1981 Peach Bowl. His best season came as a senior in 1981 when he completed 216 of 394 passes for 2,448 yards and 16 touchdowns. He passed for a career-high 360 yards in a 27-24 loss to Syracuse at the Carrier Dome in the final regular-season game of his career. Luck ended his college career with 5,765 yards and 43 touchdown passes, both figures still ranking among the best in school history. Luck was a

two-time team MVP in 1980 and 1981, and also received the Louis D. Meisel Award for the WVU football student-athlete with the highest grade point average. The two-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American was the recipient of Today’s Top Five, presented for scholastics by the NCAA and was selected by the National Football Foundation as one of its 10 scholarathletes to make a keynote speech at its annual banquet in 1982. Selected in the second round of the NFL draft by the Houston Oilers (44th overall pick), Luck spent four years with the Oilers from 1982-86. His most extended action came in 1983 when he started six games and finished the season completing 124-of-217 passes for 1,375 yards and eight touchdowns. After retiring from football, Luck became vice president of business development for the NFL and later was appointed general manager of the Frankfurt Galaxy of the newly created World League of American Football. He spent the ’95 season as general manager of the Rhein Fire before being named President and CEO of NFL Europe in 1996. Luck totaled more than 10 years with the NFL, before becoming chief executive officer of the Harris CountyHouston Sports Authority in 2001. In that role, Luck oversaw the development and management of a $1 billion professional sports and entertainment complex for the city of Houston that included Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros, Reliant Stadium, home of the Houston Texans, the Toyota Center, home

of the Houston Rockets, Comets and Aeros and the Livestock Show and Rodeo. In 2005, Luck was appointed as the first president of Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamos, helping that organization to a pair of MLS Cup titles in his first two years at the helm. Luck secured the funding for an $80 million soccer complex to house the Dynamos when the call came to return to his alma mater. BBVA Compass Stadium was built and opened in 2012 adding to Luck’s legacy with the professional soccer team, and the overall Houston sports facility complexes. He returned in May, 2012 for the opening ceremony of the soccer stadium that he fought so hard for. Prior to his current position at WVU, Luck was appointed to a four-year term on the West Virginia University Board of Governors, a spot he relinquished to become director of athletics. The Rhodes Scholar finalist graduated Phi Beta Kappa from WVU in 1982. He also earned a law degree from Texas, graduating cum laude in 1987. In 1997, Luck was inducted into the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2000, he was inducted into the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame. “It’s an incredible honor for me to be the athletic director at my alma mater,” said Luck. “I care deeply about this school, and WVU is truly one of the outstanding land-grant universities in the country. I am so pleased to be a part of the leadership team assembled under President Clements at a dynamic and strategic time in its history.” He is married to the former Kathy Wilson. They have two sons and two daughters: Andrew, a former All-American quarterback and two-time Heisman Trophy finalist at Stanford and No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts; Mary Ellen, a senior volleyball player at Stanford; Emily, a sophomore at Stanford and Addison, who attends Morgantown High.

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Mike Parsons

Terri Howes

Deputy Director of Athletics

Michael Szul

Associate Athletic Director Business Operations

Associate Athletic Director Sports Administration/SWA

Matt Borman

Associate Athletic Director Executive Director, Mountaineer Athletic Club

Matt Wells

Assistant Athletic Director Marketing & Sales

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Keli Cunningham

Compliance/Governance

Michael Fragale

Assistant Athletic Director Communications


WVU Head Coaches

Marlon LeBlanc

Jason Butts Gymnastics

Women’s Basketball

Sean Cleary

Jon Hammond

Dana Holgorsen

Bob Huggins

Nikki Izzo-Brown

Jimmy King

Jill Kramer

Randy Mazey

Men’s Soccer

Cross Country/Track

Mike Carey

Rifle

Men’s Basketball

Football

Women’s Soccer

Volleyball

Rowing

Vic Riggs

Baseball

Miha Lisac

Craig Turnbull

Tennis

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Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium

Caperton Indoor Facility

Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium

Dreamswork Field

Cary Gym

WVU Wrestling Pavilion

Mountaineer Track

WVU Rifle Range

WVU Boathouse

WVU Coliseum

Basketball Practice Facility

WVU Natatorium

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Media Information

Media Services The West Virginia University sports communications office will be available throughout the entire 2013 men’s soccer season to accommodate any media requests. The following are some guidelines that should make it easy for media members to cover the West Virginia men’s soccer team. Any additional questions should be directed to the men’s soccer contact Grant Dovey. Gameday Parking is free in the Shell Building parking lot, located next to the Mountaineer Track. Complete statistics are provided to all working media at halftime and postgame. Requested team members and coach LeBlanc will be available for interviews following a 15-minute grace period. Game Services The sports communications staff will be at your service throughout the match. All working media will be provided with game programs, rosters, media guides and other pertinent information. Computer-generated statistics will be available at halftime and at the match’s conclusion. Press seating is located in the media booth of the Bill Maloney Press Box. Wireless internet access is available for working media members.

Credentials Photographers and media members who wish to cover a match at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium should contact men’s soccer contact Grant Dovey (304-293-2821) at least 24 hours in advance. Photographers may shoot in the four corners of the field, excluding the team bench areas. On the endlines, photographers are permitted only in the area between the sidelines and the edges of the 18-yard box. Directions to Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium From I-68 Take the Pierpont Road (mile marker 7) exit and follow signs toward the football stadium by heading West onto WV 857. At second traffic light, turn left (south) on US 119. Drive up a steep hill; the Morgantown airport will be on your left. Continue straight past several car dealerships and at the second light turn right onto WV 705. Turn left at the sixth traffic light onto Van Voorhis Road. The road becomes Patteson Drive when crossing University Avenue. Proceed up Patteson to the light at Jerry West Boulevard. Go straight at the light into the Coliseum parking lots. Turn right on to Gale Catlett Drive. Parking for soccer is available in the Shell Building lot. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is located below the Shell Building lot.

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From I-79 Take the Star City/WVU (mile marker 155) exit and follow signs to West Virginia University, heading south on US 19 and across the Star City Bridge. Proceed up Monongahela Boulevard past Texas Roadhouse. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is just ahead on the right. Parking is available in the Shell Building lot (next to Mountaineer Track). During the Week Any member of the media wishing to interview a player or member of the coaching staff during the week should contact West Virginia men’s soccer contact Grant Dovey (304-293-2821), at least 24 hours in advance. Cell phone numbers will not be made available and all WVU student-athletes have been instructed to not conduct interviews without prior approval of the sports communications staff. Receiving Information Media members may receive men’s soccer press releases, notes and more via email. To receive such press releases, match recaps and more, simply email your requests to grant.dovey@mail.wvu.edu.


Media Information WVUsports.com WVUsports.com is the place for media and fans to go for the latest on Mountaineer men’s soccer. In 2013, streamed audio and video broadcasts will be available on WVU’s official athletic website. Live stats are also available to keep track of every score and save. Game releases are made available in PDF format one day prior to gameday. Player and coaching staff bios are available at the click of a finger by going to WVUsports.com. Updated following each game, WVUsports.com is your place to find the latest statistics for Mountaineer men’s soccer. Not only will you find this season’s stats, but you will also be able to find the WVU record book for some historical perspective. Social Media The WVU men’s soccer team is active on various social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook. To follow men’s soccer on Twitter, visit twitter.com/wvumenssoccer. To like the men’s soccer Facebook page, visit facebook.com/wvumenssoccer.

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Sports Communications

Sports Information The West Virginia University sports communication office is located in the WVU Coliseum near the Red Gate. The main sports communications office is located on the second floor of the Coliseum.

Men’s Soccer Contact Grant Dovey Assistant Sports Information Director Office: 304-293-2821 Cell: 304-288-1901 E-mail: grant.dovey@mail.wvu.edu

Mailing Address Sports Communications Office West Virginia University P.O. Box 0877 Morgantown, WV 26507-0877

Overnight Shipping Address WVU Sports Communications 3450 Monongahela Blvd., Room 107 Morgantown, WV 26506

Phone Information Office: 304-293-2821 Fax: 304-293-4105 Press Box: 304-293-6480

Staff Michael Fragale Bryan Messerly Joe Swan John Antonik Mike Montoro Katie Kane Shannon McNamara Grant Dovey Lisa Ammons Cheryl Maust Amy Prunty Nick Arthur Eva Buchman Jon Hevron

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Assistant Athletic Director, Communications Sports Information Director Sports Publications Director Director of New Media Director of Football Communications Associate Sports Information Director Assistant Sports Information Director Assistant Sports Information Director Business Manager Program Assistant Program Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant

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2013 West Virginia University Men's Soccer Guide