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					          Bethany

 Kosta Floros
  Captain




                    Sean Esterbauer
                       Captain




2006 Men’s Soccer Media Guide
    About Bethany
    Bethany, a small college of distinction, was founded March 2, 1840, by Alexander
Campbell, who provided the land and funds for the first building and served as the first
president. Now more than 160 years old, Bethany College is a highly contemporary
institution based in the tradition of the liberal arts.
    The College offers a wide array of studies, awarding bachelor of science and
bachelor of arts degrees in more than 30 fields of study, many with options for
emphasis. Students also may include as part of their programs one or more optional
minors.
    The College’s program of liberal arts education prepares students for a lifetime of
work and a life of significance. Bethany places particular emphasis on leadership and
incorporates pre-professional education in dentistry, engineering, law, medicine,
ministry, pharmacy, physical therapy and veterinary medicine.
    Bethany’s 1,600-acre campus is located in the northern panhandle of West Virginia
in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. Pittsburgh is 39 miles to the northeast. A




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half-hour drive from the College are Wheeling, West Virginia; Washington,
Pennsylvania; and Steubenville, Ohio.
    Since its inception, Bethany has been a four-year private liberal arts college
affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). This religious body, of which
Campbell was one of the principal founders, continues to support and encourage the




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College, although it exercises no sectarian control. Students from virtually every
religious community attend Bethany.
    The approximately 900 Bethany students represent 22 states, the District of
Columbia and numerous other countries.
Background
- One of the small, elite institutions who still require senior comprehensive
examinations and senior projects
- Bethany College is the oldest college in the state of West Virginia.
- The current student to faculty ratio is 13:1.
- Bethany College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and
Secondary Schools
Notable Alumni
- Frances McDormand, Entertainer
- James R. Schulyer, Pulitzer Prize Winner
- Cecil Underwood, Former Governor of West Virginia
- Thomas Riddell, Inventor of football equipment
- Justice Thomas Bergenthal, World Court, the Hague
- Gregory Jordan, Managing Partner, Reed Smith
- George Ken Bado, Senior Vice President of Autodesk
- Dr. John Neiderhuber, Dir. of National Cancer Institute
- Robert McCann, President, Global Private Clients of Merrill Lynch & Co.
- Dave Sims, Broadcaster, ESPN/Westwood One, Inc.




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                                           About Bethany
Bethany Fast Facts                         Athletic Department Directory
Location:               Bethany, W.Va.     Athletic Director/P.E. Chair
Founded:                           1840    Kosmas Mouratidis            304-829-7167
Enrollment:                         900    Assoc. A.D./Head Softball/Volleyball Coach
Nickname:                         Bison    Jan Forsty                  304-829-7271
School Colors:      Kelly Green/White      Asst. A.D./Head Baseball Coach
Affiliation:        NCAA Division III      Rick Carver                 304-829-7246
Conferences:        Presidents’ Athletic   Athletic Secretary
  & Eastern College Athletic (ECAC)        Debbie Soly                 304-829-7240
Number of Sports: 20 (10 M/10 W)           Head Golf/Asst. Men’s Soccer Coach
Home Field:                 Hoag Field     Barry Christmas             304-829-7238
Capacity:                           500    Head Women’s Soccer /Asst. Track Coach




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Website:           www.bethanywv.edu       Melissa Hudson              304-829-7031
President:          G.T. “Buck” Smith      Head Athletic Trainer
A.D.:              Kosmas Mouratidis       Mike Hughes                 304-829-7239
Assoc. A.D./SWA:             Jan Forsty    Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Asst. A.D.:                Rick Carver




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                                           Aaron Huffman               304-829-7269
Sports Info. Director:      Brian Rose     Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach
SID Phone:               304-829-7292      Lisa Keylor                 304-829-7240
Athletic Fax:            304-829-7290      Head Swimming Coach
Dept. Secretary:           Debbie Soly     John McGowan                304-829-7254
Dept. Phone:             304-829-7240      Head Men’s Soccer Coach
Ath. Trainers:         Mike Hughes &       Kosmas Mouratidis           304-829-7238
                         Megan Lowry       Sports Information Director
Training Office:         304-829-7239      Brian Rose                  304-829-7292
                                           Head Cross Country Coach
                                           Mark Swiger                 304-829-7610
                                           Head Track & Field/Asst. Football Coach
                                           Andy Upton                  304-389-7247
                                           Head Women’s Basketball Coach
                                           Rebecca Upton               304-829-7267
                                           Head Football Coach
                                           Tim Weaver                  304-829-7242
                                                            Credits
                                           This publication was produced by the
                                           Bethany Sports Information Office.
                                           Editor:        Brian Rose, SID
                                           Layout & Design: Tara Pletcher
                                           Cover Design: Rebecca Rose
                                           Photography: Martin Santek Photography
                                                          Slovan, Pa.
                                           Printed by:    MidAtlantic Graphics;
                                                          Sharon, Pa.

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 About the PAC
       Founded in 1955, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference continues its mission of
promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Comprised
of eight select private colleges - Bethany, Grove City, Saint Vincent, Thiel, Thomas
More, Washington & Jefferson, Waynesburg and Westminster - the PAC remains a
unique organization in this day of high pressure intercollegiate athletics. With
academics at the center of each member’s philosophy, the PAC is built on the principle
that an athletic program is a part of college life, but not an entity in itself.
       The PAC expanded to seven members in 2005 with the addition of Thomas
More, formerly an NCAA Division III independent. Saint Vincent, an NAIA member,
will join the conference as its begins provisional membership status in NCAA
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Division III in 2006-07. Another NAIA member, Geneva, will become the conference’s
ninth member and begin league play as it begins NCAA Division III provisional
membership in 2007-08. Chatham will become the league’s 10th member, also in
2007-08.
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17 teams represent the conference in postseason play, including 15 to NCAA Champi-
onship events. The conference is scheduled to receive automatic qualification (AQ)
status for NCAA championships in the 2007-08 academic year.
     All-conference status is awarded in all 19 sports. Head coaches select all-league
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all-PAC accolades are based upon performances at the conference championships. The
PAC annually awards its men’s and women’s All-Sports Trophies to the schools which
perform best across the board in PAC competition. Washington & Jefferson College
swept both trophies in 2005-06 (see below).
     True to its mission, the PAC has produced numerous Academic All-Americans as
well as NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners. Last year, the league named 429
student-athletes to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes all participating
athletes who attain a term grade-point average of 3.60 or above.


    2005-06 All-Sports Standings

 Men’s Standings
 1. W&J                56           Bethany        Grove City        Thomas More
 2. Grove City         50
 3. Thiel              36
 4. Westminster      34.5
 5. Waynesburg         34
 6. Bethany          28.5                         Saint Vincent     Wash. & Jeff.
                                   Chatham
 7. Thomas More        23

 Women’s Standings
 1. W&J                45
 2. Grove City         37
 3. Westminster        33            Geneva           Thiel          Waynesburg
 4. Waynesburg         32
 5. Bethay             27
 5t. Thomas More       27
 7. Thiel              15
                                         Westminster
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            President/Athletic Director
                                Dr. G.T. “Buck” Smith became Bethany College’s 18th
                             President on July 1, 2004.
                                A graduate of The College of Wooster (Ohio) and Cornell
                             (N.Y.) University, Dr. Smith began his professional career in
                             higher education at Cornell in 1960. He returned to Wooster in
                             1962, serving as vice president until 1977 when he was
                             appointed President of Chapman University in California. He
                             was named President Emeritus in 1988.
                                His years at Chapman were marked by a renewal of the
                              University’s spirtual and intellectual life, as well as greatly
                              enhanced financial position and significant expansion of
                              enrollment. Smith Hall on the Chapman campus stands as a
     Dr. G.T. “Buck”          continuing expression of the University’s gratitude for his
    Smith - President




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                              years of service.
                                Recognized in Who’s Who in America for more than 30
years, Dr. Smith received the Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Bethany College in
1979, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Steuben Apple Award for
distinguished teaching in 1984, the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the College of




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Wooster in 1991 and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Faith and Reason Award in
1994.
           Prior to coming to Bethany, his energies were directed primarily toward helping
strengthen the management of non-profit organizations, both nationally and internationally,
and restoring his historic family farm and home near Richmond, Va.

                                Kosmas Mouratidis, now in his sixth season as the head
                             men’s soccer coach, was also named the athletic director and
                             chair of physical education at Bethany in August of 2006.
                                As a coach, Mouratidis has led Bethany to back-to-back 12-
                             win seasons. The Bison opened last year with a seven-game
                             unbeaten streak and earned their first regional ranking since the
                             2001 season on their way to a 12-6-1 mark, including an 8-3-1
                             record in PAC play. He has now compiled a 51-47-8 record
                             during his Bethany tenure and seen 23 different players earn
                             All-PAC status. Mouratidis has also coached three PAC
                             MVP’s in Stuart Bracher (2001), Daniel Reinoso (2002) and
                             Lavel Williams (2004) and numerous All-Region players,
 Kosmas Mouratidis          including Williams, who was a Second Team pick each of his
 Head Soccer Coach/ final two years.
   Athletic Director            On the field as an undergraduate, Mouratidis had a decorated
                            playing career during his time at Bethany. He was a two-time
                            All-Conference performer for the Bison in 1986 and 1987 and
led Bethany to four straight NCAA Tournament South Region Final appearances. He also
earned PAC MVP and All-American honors in 1986.
   Mouratidis graduated from Bethany in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdis-
ciplinary Studies. He earned his Master’s degree in Political Science from the University
of Toronto in 1989 and later his Bachelor’s of Education from Toronto in 1992. He is
currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in higher education at West Virginia University.


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    Coaching Staff
                            Barry Christmas enters his second season in college
                         coaching with the Bison. He hails from Manchester in
                         England.
                            He is no stranger to West Virginia though, as Christmas
                         originally came to the state in 1997 coaching soccer
                         camps. He returned to his homeland in 2001 and took a
                         coaching position at Northwich Victoria, a professional
                         soccer club, as head coach of their youth team.
                            Since returning to America in 2005, Christmas, who
                         has coaching qualifications from both sides of the Atlantic
                         in the shape of UEFA and NSCAA advanced certificates,
                         has rejoined the West Virginia Soccer Association
  Barry Christmas
                         Olympic Development coaching staff and is part of the
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                         Coach Education staff for the state.
                            Christmas completed his BSC degree in sports science
and coaching psychology at Staffordshire University and his master’s degree in
education from Manchester Metropolitan University. He currently resides in
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                             Joe Wehrle is in his first year as the head reserve coach
                          at Bethany.
                             Wehrle brings eight years of coaching experience to the
                          Bison program at various levels and from different
                          locations throughout the country. His first collegiate
                          coaching experience came as an assistant coach at
                          Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia for a season.
                          Then in 2003, the same year he earned his USSF National
                          D coaching license, he began a two-year stint as an
                          assistant at Delta State University in Mississippi. Wehrle
                          was also a volunteer assistant coach for the Bethany
                          women’s soccer program in 2005.
      Joe Wehrle             Wehrle’s playing experience includes one year at
    Assistant Coach       Piedmont College before he moved on to Bluefield (Va.)
                          College for his final three years. He went on to earn a B.S.
in criminal justice from Bluefield in 1997 and later earned a M.Ed. in physical
education and recreation from Delta State in 2004.
          Wehrle is currently single and resides in Wheeling.




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                                       2006 Roster
#    Name                 Yr.   Pos.   Hometown/HS
00   Chad Perry           So.   GK     Pittsburgh, PA/West Mifflin
1    Kosta Floros         Sr.   GK     Toronto, Canada/Winston Churchill
2    Teli Mantziouras     Jr.   D      Toronto, Canada/W.A. Porter
3    Chris Tsagales       Fr.   D      Toronto, Canada/Thomson
4    Luke Hladek          Sr.   D      Wheeling, WV/Wheeling Central
5    Jason Straw          Fr.   M      Cecil, PA/Canon-McMillan
6    Philip Opassinis     So.   M      Toronto, Canada/Wexford
7    Ethan Bertschinger   Sr.   D      Kaiserlautern, Germany/
                                       Kaiserlautern American
8    Mike Aivalis         So.   M      Toronto, Canada/Langstaff
9    Steve Haylett        Sr.   F      Greenville, PA/Greenville




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10   Sean Esterbauer      Sr.   M      Toronto, Canada/Thornlea
11   Marc Auger           Jr.   M      Toronto, Canada/Mowat
12   Andrew McPherson     So.   F      Colorado Spgs., CO/William Mitchell
13   Ashkan Alavy         Jr.   F      Toronto, Canada/St. Roberts




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14   George Aivalis       Sr.   D      Toronto, Canada/Langstaff
15   Greg Lani            So.   M      Moon Twp., PA/Moon Twp.
16   Coulter Lewis        Jr.   M      Niagara Falls, Canada/Saint Michael’s
18   Joe Lanza            Fr.   M/F    Toronto, Canada/SCSS
19   Nik Yacobi           So.   D      Severna Park, MD/Severna Park
20   John Zervos          Jr.   D      Toronto, Canada/Wexford
21   Trevis Villafana     Fr.   M/F    Toronto, Canada/East York
22   Ramon Franklyn       Sr.   M      St. James, Barbados/Lodge School
23   Aston Duporte        Jr.   M      Toronto, Canada/King Acad.
24   Danny Orwa           Sr.   F      Iowa City, IO/Iowa City West
     Derek Bogdan         Sr.   M      McKeesport, PA/South Allegheny
     John Cornforth       Fr.   M/D    Wheeling, WV/Wheeling Central
     Brian DiCola         Fr.   M      McMechen, WV/Wheeling Central
     Cory Estes           Fr.   F      North Versaillies, PA/East Allegheny
     Kyle Gisser          Fr.   F/GK   Cleveland, OH/Cleveland Hts.
     Kyle Hughes          Fr.   GK     Silver Spring, MD/SJMS
     J.B. Joseph          Fr.   M/D    Pittsburgh, PA/North Catholic
     Daniel Ruggiero      Jr.   M      Bethany, WV/Brooke
     Alex Ryan            Fr.   M/D    Nairobi, Kenya/International School
     Noah Townsend        Fr.   M      Wintersville, OH/Indian Creek
     Gary Valusek         Jr.   M      Uniontown, PA/Laurel Highlands
     Edward Vargo         Fr.   F      Wheeling, WV/Wheeling Central
     Cory Wilson          Sr.   D      Weirton, WV/Weir




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    2006 Preview
          A deep and experienced roster has the Bethany College men’s soccer
team looking towards a return to the top of the Presidents’ Athletic Confer-
ence (PAC) in 2006.
          A total of nine starters and 18 lettermen return from last year’s 12-
6-1 team for head coach Kosmas Mouratidis, who is entering his sixth year
at the helm of the Bison program with a 51-47-8 overall record. Bethany
actually started last year with 11 wins in their first 14 matches, but dropped
four of the last five, with three of those defeats coming by 1-0 scores.
          “Last season was good but not great,” said Mouratidis. “We started
strongly but tailed off towards the end because we couldn’t seem to finish in
the important games. But we knew we were in every game and with another
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advantage of any opportunity we have.”
          One of the top positions for the Bison this
season figures to be goalkeeper, as senior Kosta Floros
returns. A First Team All-PAC performer a year ago,
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since 2000, and posted a 0.77 goals-against average.
Depth will come from sophomore Chad Perry, who
saw time in two games last fall, including one start.
          “Our keepers are solid and we are happy with
our depth,” said Mouratidis. “Floros is back after
earning All-PAC last year and had a good off-season
training, so we expect another strong year from him.
Perry is a good second keeper who can step in at any
time.”
          A solid line of experienced defenders will be
playing in front of the Bison keepers this fall. Leading this group will be a
pair of juniors in Teli Mantziouras (above), a Second Team All-PAC pick a
year ago, and John Zervos (below), a two-time All-PAC selection. Add in
                         seniors Ethan Berthschinger and George Aivalis and
                         sophomore Nik Yacobi, as well as a good collection of
                         recruits, and BC should hold team’s scoring
                         opportunities to a minimum.
                                   “We are very encouraged by our defenders,”
                         said Mouratidis. “Not only do we have five solid
                         veterans returning, but the addition of three good
                         freshmen will give us great depth and should allow us
                         to at least duplicate last year’s success.”
                                   The midfield is where the Bison will be their
                         most experienced. Headlining this unit is senior Sean
                         Esterbauer, who led Bethany with six goals and 14
                         points on his way to a First Team All-PAC selection.
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                                              2006 Preview
                                  Two other Honorable Mention All-PAC picks
                       are back as well in sophomores Greg Lani, who had
                       three assists last year, and Philip Opassinis, who tallied
                       one goal and one assist a year ago.
                                  Four other returnees will see time in the
                       midfield as well, including senior Ramon Franklyn
                       (left), juniors Marc Auger and Aston Duporte and
                       sophomore Mike Aivalis. In addition, a strong group of
                       newcomers will not only make the midfield deep but also
                       very competitive throughout the season.
                             “We have seven experienced players returning, so
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Mouratidis. “And with some of the freshmen coming in to provide a spark,
this area should be more energized than it was last
year.”
          Up front, the Bison have sophomore
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goals and notched 13 points in his first season.
Other experienced forwards include senior Steve
Haylett and sophomore Andrew McPherson
(below), who will compete with several recruits to
provide a lift to BC’s scoring efforts up top.
          “Alavy, McPherson and Haylett provide us
with good experience at forward,” said Mouratidis.
“Ashkan is as clever of a player as there is and
compliments others very well. But I also think
there could be a couple surprises with the freshmen
to make us even stronger.”
          Heading into the campaign with such an experienced squad, there are
expectations for the Bison to not only return to the top of the PAC but also
make a run at going back to the NCAA Tournament. However, meeting both
of those goals could really depend on how Bethany starts the year against a
                                 tougher schedule than last year.
                                          “Our first goal is to improve last year’s
                                 record, but that will be a challenge with a
                                 substantially more difficult schedule this year,”
                                 said Mouratidis. “After that, we want to be in
                                 the hunt for the PAC title in the first week of
                                 November and let things fall where they may
                                 from there. We’d like to be a NCAA team this
                                 year but it could really depend on how we start
                                 and if we can get some momentum built up
                                 going into conference play.”
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 Meet the Bison-Seniors
              #14 George Aivalis                       Senior
              Defender
              Toronto, Canada/Langstaff
              Interdisciplinary Studies
              Career Highlights: Played in seven games last
              season, his first as a member of the Bison program.

 #7 Ethan Bertschinger                Senior
Defender
Kaiserslautern, Germany/Kaiserslautern American




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Psychology
Career Highlights: Has played in 32 matches in his
two seasons as a Bison ... Scored two goals in 2004,
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Thiel.

              #10 Sean Esterbauer                     Senior
              Midfielder
              Toronto, Canada/Thornlea
              Communication
              Career Highlights: First Team All-PAC in ‘05 after
              leading BC in goals (six) and points (14) ... Scored
              four game-winning goals during the year ... Also
              voted First Team Academic All-District II ... Has
              seven goals and 16 points in his career.

#1 Kosta Floros                       Senior
Goalkeeper
Toronto, Canada/Winston Churchill
Communication
Career Highlights: First Team All-PAC last season
after posting eight shutouts and a 0.77 goals-
against average ... Had a string of four straight
shutouts and didn’t allow a goal in 465 minutes ...
Named PAC and ECAC Player of the Week once.
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                 Meet the Bison-Seniors
              #22 Ramon Franklyn                     Senior
              Midfielder
              St. James, Barbados/The Lodge School
              Economics
              Career Highlights: Notched three goals and seven
              assists for 13 points in his career ... Honorable
              Mention All-PAC in 2004 ... Scored a goal in BC’s
              upset of Westminster in 2004 PAC Tourn. semifinals.

 #9 Steve Haylett                     Senior




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Forward
Greenville, Pa./Greenville
Physical Education
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season after transferring from Thiel.

              #4 Luke Hladek                         Senior
              Defender
              Wheeling, W.Va./Wheeling Park
              Education Major
              Career Highlights: Played in 16 matches during his
              career, including seven starts ... Keyed a defensive
              unit that recorded six shutouts when he was in the
              line-up last season.

             #24 Danny Orwa Cory Wilson
             Senior               Senior
             Forward               Defender
             Iowa City, Iowa/      Weirton, W.Va./
             Iowa CityWest         Weir
             Economics             Political Science
Career Highlights: In his          Career Highlights: Back after
second year as a member of the     not playing last two years ...
Bison program after transfer-      Had one goal (vs. Waynesburg)
ring from Kirkland College         in 16 games as a freshman.
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 Meet the Bison
                     #11 Marc Auger                                   Junior
                     M Toronto, Canada/Mowat Biology
                     Career Highlights: Has appeared in 35 matches over his first
                     two seasons ... Scored three career goals and assisted on
                     three others for nine points ... Notched game-winning goal
                     in ‘05 season-opening win over Pitt-Greensburg.


Derek Bogdan                                  Junior
M McKeesport, Pa./South Allegheny Secondary Education
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                   #23 Aston Duporte                                Junior
                   M Toronto, Canada/R.H. King Acad. Elem. Education
                   Career Highlights: Played in 36 matches in his first two
                   years ... Has scored seven career points, including two
                   goals and three assists ... Scored the only goal in BC’s
                   second win over Westminster last year.



#16 Coulter Lewis                                Junior
M    Niagara Falls, Canada/Saint Michael’s   Psych./Education

Career Highlighlights: Participated in 13 contests in two
years, including 11 as a freshman.




                   #22 Aristoteli Mantziouras                        Junior
                   D     Toronto, Canada/W.A. Porter        Physical Education
                   Career Highlights: Second Team All-PAC in 2005 ...
                   Played in 19 matches and totaled one assist, which came
                   on the game-tying goal against Thiel ... Integral part of a
                   defense that totaled eight shutouts last season ... Saw time
                   in seven games as a freshman.

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                                          Meet the Bison
                   Gary Valusek                                   Junior
                   M Uniontown, Pa./Laurel Highlands           Physical Education
                   Career Highlights: Entering his third year as a member of
                   the Bethany soccer program.




#20 John Zervos                                  Junior
D Toronto, Canada/Wexford Physical Education
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all 22 matches as a freshman and scored one goal in
earning Second Team recognition ... Assisted on one goal
while appearing in all 19 matches last year to earn PAC
Honorable Mention status.




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                       #8 Mike Aivalis                         Sophomore
                       M     Toronto, Canada/Langstaff      Communication
                       Career Highlights: Solid defensive player who played in
                       18 matches as a freshman ... Credited with two assists,
                       one of which came on game-winning goal at Thomas
                       More.



#13 Ashkan Alavy                        Sophomore
F     Toronto, Canada/St. Roberts       Communication
Career Highlights: First Team All-PAC in 2005 ... Second
on the team in goals (five), assists (three) and points (13)
... Registered four game-winning goals ... Scored twice
in win at Thiel ... Tallied only goal in LaRoche victory
and scored game-winners vs. Thiel and at Pitt-Bradford.


                   #15 Greg Lani                        Sophomore
                   M     Moon Twp., Pa./Moon Area         Undeclared
                   Career Highlights: Honorable Mention All-PAC last year ...
                   Assisted on three goals for the year, all of which were game-
                   winners ... Set up the go-ahead goals in both Waynesburg
                   victories and the Pitt-Bradford triumph.


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 Meet the Bison
                    #12 Andrew McPherson                         Sophomore
                    F Colorado Springs, Co./Mitchell Undecided Major
                    Career Highlights: Played in all 19 matches in his first
                    year ... His one goal on the season sent the first Thomas
                    More game to overtime, where BC would go on to win.




#6 Philip Opassinis                          Sophomore
M       Toronto, Canada/Wexford        Physical Education
Career Highlights: Honorable Mention All-PAC in 2005 ...




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Finished with one goal and one assist for three points in
first season ... His goal evened the score in what would be a
3-1 Bison win over Pitt-Bradford.




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                    #00 Chad Perry                               Sophomore
                    GK West Mifflin, Pa./West Mifflin Elem. Education
                    Career Highlights: Saw time in three matches, including
                    one start ... Made eight saves and posted a 1.45 goals-
                    against average in more than 124 minutes of action.




#19 Nik Yacobi                           Sophomore
D    Severna Park, Md./Severna Park        Physics
Career Highlights: Played in 16 matches as a defender in
2005 ... Key part of defensive core that allowed just 16
goals in 19 matches (1.18 average).




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                                           Meet the Bison



John Cornforth         Brandon DiCola          Cory Estes              Kyle Gisser
 Freshman/M-D            Freshman/M           Sophomore/F             Freshman/F-GK
 Wheeling, W.Va./      McMechen, W.Va./    North Versailles, Pa./   Cleveland Hts., Ohio/
 Wheeling Central      Wheeling Central      East Allegheny          Cleveland Heights




 Kyle Hughes
  Freshman/GK
Silver Spring, Md./
       SJMS
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                         JB Joseph
                        Freshman/M-D
                        Pittsburgh, Pa./
                        North Catholic
                                            #18 Joe Lanza
                                             Freshman/M-F
                                            Toronto, Canada/
                                                 SCSS
                                                                     Daniel Ruggiero
                                                                          Junior/M
                                                                       Bethany, W.Va./
                                                                           Brooke




   Alex Ryan           #5 Jason Straw       Noah Townsend            #3 Chris Tsagalas
   Freshman/M-D         Freshman/M            Freshman/M                Freshman/D
  Nairobi, Kenya/         Cecil, Pa./       Wintersville, Ohio/       Toronto, Canada/
International School   Canon-McMillan         Indian Creek               Thomson




                       Edward Vargo        #21 Trevis Villafana
                         Freshman/F            Freshman/F-M
                       Wheeling, W.Va./       Toronto, Canada/
                       Wheeling Central          East York


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 2005 Statistics
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## Name                        GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW
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10 Sean Esterbauer 16-12               6 2 14 38              8         4
13 Ashkan Alavy                19-17   5 3 13 43              7         4
18 Lavel Williams              19-18   3 0        6 16        4         1
9 David Calandra 11-6                  3 0        6 16        5         1
11 Marc Auger                  17-3    1 3        5 8         3         1
22 Ramon Franklyn 15-10                1 2        4 12        4         0
17 Aston Duporte               19-11   1 2        4 11        2         1
6 Philip Opassinis 19-18               1 1        3 25        4         0




                           B
15 Greg Lani                   19-17   0 3        3 13        1         0
12 Andrew McPherson 19-10              1 0        2 10        1         0
8 Mike Aivalis                 18-6    0 2        2 30        8         0
20 John Zervos                 19-14   0 1        1 8         4         0




                           C
2 Teli Mantziouras 19-15               0 1        1 5         2         0
7 Ethan Bertschinger 15-8              0 0        0 11        2         0
5 Steve Haylett                13-1    0 0        0 11        5         0
21 Daniel Stockdale 17-9               0 0        0 4         0         0
14 George Aivalis               7-3    0 0        0 4         0         0
19 Nik Yacobi                  16-4    0 0        0 3         2         0
23 Damien Sanzotti 10-0                0 0        0 2         1         0
4 Luke Hladek                  11-7    0 0        0 2         0         0
16 Coulter Lewis                2-0    0 0        0 0         0         0
3 Eric Hamilton                 1-0    0 0        0 0         0         0
1 Kosta Floros                 18-18   0 0        0 0         0         0
00 Chad Perry                   3-1    0 0        0 0         0         0
     Total.................... 19     22 20 64 272 63                 12
     Opponents........... 19          16 13 45 182 58                   6

                           |------GOAL AVERAGE------| |--SAVES--|
## Name                      GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 Kosta Floros               18-18 1627:41 14 0.77                 88 .863
00 Chad Perry                2-1      124:30        2 1.45           8 .800
      Total............... 19         1752:11 16 .857              96 .857
      Opponents...... 19              1752:11 23 1.18 135 .854

15
                                         2005 Results
DATE           OPPONENT                                SCORE

Sept. 1        Pitt-Greensburg                           W 1-0

Sept. 3        Thomas More*                              W 3-2 OT

Sept. 7        Grove City*                              T 0-0 (2 OT)

Sept. 10       Gallaudet (Bracher Classic)               W 1-0

Sept. 11       LaRoche (Bracher Classic)                 W 1-0




                        B
Sept. 14       Waynesburg*                               W 2-0

Sept. 17       Pitt-Bradford                             W 3-1




                        C
Sept. 22       Frostburg State                            L 0-2

Sept. 24       Wilmington                                 L 0-2

Sept. 27       Thomas More*                              W 1-0

Oct. 1         Thiel*                                    W 3-1

Oct. 5         Waynesburg*                               W 2-0

Oct. 8         Thiel* (Homecoming)                       W 2-1

Oct. 15        Westminster*                              W 3-2

Oct. 19        Washington & Jefferson*                    L 0-1

Oct. 22        Grove City*                              L 0-1 (2 OT)

Oct. 26        Washington & Jefferson*                    L 0-2

Oct. 29        Westminster*                              W 1-0

Nov. 2         Grove City (PAC Tournament)                L 0-1

Final Record: 12-6-1                         *PAC Record: 8-3-1
                                                                       16
 Career Records
          Career Goal Leaders
1.  Stuart Bracher     78    1998-01
2.  Sainey Sanyang     66    1994-97
3.  Mike Ault          42    1982-85
4.  Graeme Tanner      41    1985-87
5.  Jon Ault           39    1988-91
    Pat Michel         39    1995-98
7. John Sholhead       34    1976-79
8. Daniel Reinoso      33    2000-02
9. Seth Zaharako       32    1992-95
    John Ivanisevic    32    1996-98
11. Deni Sariov        31    1984-87
12. Fritz Kurz         30    1971-72, 74
    Patricio Aguirre   30    1973-76




                             B
    Bill Denniston     30    1979-82
15. Markus Overheu     28    1996-99

                                           Stuart Bracher holds the Bethany and
        Career Assist Leaders               PAC record with 78 career goals and




                             C
1.  Sainey Sanyang 42        1994-97
2.  Graeme Tanner 41         1985-87
                                                    185 career points.
3.  Markus Overheu 39        1996-99
4.  Edwin Ferdinand 33       1996-98
5.  Stuart Bracher 29        1998-01
6.  Bill Denniston 28        1979-82
    Pat Michel        28     1995-98
8. Sandy Mick         26     1980-84
    Mike Ault         26     1982-85
10. Deni Sariov       24     1984-87
    John Stewart      24     1985-88
12. Kosmas Mouratidis 23     1984-87
13. Harold Fortis 22         1983-86


         Career Points Leaders
1. Stuart Bracher      185   1998-01
2. Sainey Sanyang      174   1994-97
3. Graeme Tanner       123   1985-87
4. Mike Ault           110   1982-85
5. Pat Michel          106   1995-98
6. Jon Ault             98   1988-91
7. Deni Sariov          96   1984-87
8. Markus Overheu       95   1996-99
9. Bill Denniston       88   1979-82
10. John Sholhead       84   1976-79
    Daniel Reinoso      84   2000-02
12. Edwin Ferdinand     79   1996-98
13. Seth Zaharako       78   1992-95         Sainey “Star” Sanyang set the
14. Paul McGuckin       75   1980-84       Bethany career record with 42 assists
15. John Ivanisevic     73   1996-98         and is second in all-time points.
17
                     Single-Season Records
      Single-Season Goal Leaders
1. Mike Ault              25          1984
    Sainey Sanyang        25          1997
3. Sainey Sanyang         23          1996
4. Stuart Bracher         21          1999
5. Stuart Bracher         20          2001
6. Stuart Bracher         19          2000
7. Stelios Papadopoulos   18          1968
    Stuart Bracher        18          1998
9. Paul McGuckin          17          1982
    Sandy Mick            17          1983
    Graeme Tanner         17          1985




                          B
    John Ivanisevic       17          1997
13. Sandy Mick            16          1980
    Markus Overheu        16          1999
15. Sandy Mick            15          1982
    Jake Williams         15          1993    Stuart Bracher set four of the top




                          C
                                             eight single-season marks for goals.



                                             Single-Season Assist Leaders
                                      1. Edwin Ferdinand         20       1997
                                      2. Graeme Tanner           19       1985
                                      3. Sainey Sanyang          17       1994
                                          Markus Overheu         17       1999
                                      5. Graeme Tanner           13       1987
                                      6. Kosmas Mouratidis       12       1984
                                          Harold Fortis          12       1986
                                          Sainey Sanyang         12       1996
                                          Stuart Bracher         12       2000
                                      10. Seth Zaharako          11       1995
                                      11. Scott Brady            10       1982
   Current Bison coach Kosmas             Paul McGuckin          10       1982
 Mouratidis (left) was the first of       James Wong             10       1982
 four BC players to notch a dozen         Sandy Mick             10       1983
    assists in a single-season.           Alan Barnes            10       1984
                                          Dawda Njie             10       1995
                                          Markus Overheu         10       1997




                                                                             18
Team Records
                          Team Records

Most wins in a season                                  18 (1994)
Best overall record                                17-3-0 (1998)
Most consecutive wins                                  13 (1994)
Most consecutive games without a loss                  14 (1994)
Most goals in a game                          16 (1984 vs. W&J)
Most goals in a season                                 72 (1998)
Most assists in a season                               62 (1986)




                      B
Most shutouts in a season                        13 (1982, 1994)
Longest game                                 120 minutes & PK’s
                                        (1994 vs. UC San Diego)




                      C
                      Individual Records

Most goals/game       6                    Stelios Papadopoulos
                                      (11/6/68 vs. John Carroll)
Most goals/season     25                       Mike Ault (1984)
                                         Sainey Sanyang (1997)
Most goals/career     78            Stuart Bracher (1998-2001)
Most assists/game     5                      Kosmas Mouratidis
                                              (9/22/84 vs. W&J)
Most assists/season   20                Edwin Ferdinand (1997)
Most assists/career   42           Sainey Sanyang (1994-1997)
Most points/game      13                              Mike Ault
                                   (5 G, 3 A, 9/22/84 vs. W&J)
Most points/career   185            Stuart Bracher (1998-2001)
Most shutouts/season 13                    Bob Campbell(1982)
                                           Malleh Sallah (1994)
Most saves/season     176                  Malleh Sallah (1994)
Consecutive starts    45               Bob Campbell (1982-85)
Lowest GAA/season     .50                  Malleh Sallah (1991)
Lowest GAA/career     .61        Omar Jobe (48 games, 1987-90)
19
              Bethany in the Postseason
                                   Year              Opponent              Result
                                   1971/NAIA         Davis & Elkins        L 0-7
                                   1980/NCAA         Ohio Wesleyan         L 1-2
                                   1981/NCAA         Denison               W 4-2
                                                     Ohio Wesleyan         L 2-3
                                   1982/NCAA*        Denison               W 1-0 (OT)
                                                     Ohio Wesleyan         W 1-0 (PK)
                                                     Wheaton (Ill.)        W 2-1
                                                     Scranton              W 2-0
                                                     Greensboro (N.C.)     L 1-2
                                   1984/NCAA         Emory (Ga.)           W 2-0
                                                     Greensboro            L 0-2
                                   1985/NCAA         Mary Washington       W 3-1




                                B
                                                     Greensboro            L 0-2
                                   1986/NCAA         Christopher Newport   W 1-0
                                                     Greensboro            L 2-3
                                   1987/NCAA         Mary Washington       W 2-0
  Pat Ricci scored the game-
                                                     Greensboro            L 0-2
   winning goal in the 1994
                                   1988/NCAA         Emory                 L 1-2 (PK)




                                C
  national title game against      1989/NCAA         Mary Washington       L 1-2
        Johns Hopkins              1990/NCAA         Mary Washington       W 2-1
                                                     Methodist             W 0-0 (PK)
                                                     Rowan                 L 0-1
                                   1991/NCAA         Virginia Wesleyan     W 2-1
                                                     Methodist             W 1-0
                                                     Ohio Wesleyan         L 0-1
                                   1992/NCAA         Virginia Wesleyan     W 2-1 (OT)
                                                     Methodist             L 0-2
                                   1994/NCAA**       Greensboro            W 1-1 (PK)
                                                     Virginia Wesleyan     W 1-0 (OT)
                                                     UC-San Diego          W 2-2 (PK)
                                                     Wisconsin-Oshkosh     W 0-0 (PK)
                                                     Johns Hopkins         W 1-0 (OT)
                                   1995/ECAC#        Wash. & Jeff.         W 3-2
                                                     Johns Hopkins         W 4-3
                                   1996/NCAA         Johns Hopkins         W 2-0
                                                     Elizabethtown         W 2-1
                                                     Ithaca                L 2-3
                                   1997/ECAC#        Carnegie Mellon       W 1-0
                                                     Misercordia           W 4-1
   Mallah Sallah and Dave          1998/NCAA         Johns Hopkins         L 5-6
 Farmer hold up the national       1999/NCAA         Ohio Wesleyan         L 0-4
championship trophy following      2000/NCAA         Frostburg State       L 1-2
  Bethany’s 1-0 overtime win       2001/NCAA         Carnegie Mellon       L 2-3
over Johns Hopkins in the final.
                                   Italics = Eventual National Champion
                                   * = NCAA Runner-up
                                   ** = NCAA National Champion
                                   # = ECAC South Champion
                                                                                  20
 Awards & Honors
                      NCAA All-American Selections
     1982             1984           1985                  1986
     Bill Denniston   Mike Ault      Scott Landry          Kosmas Mouratidis
     1987             1994
     Graeme Tanner    Malleh Sallah
                        NCAA All-Region Selections
     1971              1972              1973              1974
     Fritz Kurz        Frank Christy     Frank Christy     Fritz Kurz
     1977              1980              1981              1982
     Jack Mackhouse    Bill Denniston    Bill Denniston    Bill Denniston
                                         Paul Hayward      James Wong
                                         Tracy Trevorrow
     1983              1984              1985              1986




                         B
     Tim Fieldhouse    Mike Ault         Brad Barlow       Graeme Tanner
     Sandy Mick        Brad Barlow       Scott Landry      Kosmas Mouratidis
                       Alan Barnes       Graeme Tanner     Milo Orsini
                                         Bob Wiedholz
     1987              1988              1989          1990




                         C
     Graeme Tanner     Gunther Schuhmann Omar Jobe     Omar Jobe
     Deni Sariov       John Stewart                    Dave Lewis
     Gunther Schuhmann Omar Jobe                       Ralph Severino
                                                       John Ault
     1991              1992            1993            1994
     Ralph Severino    Malleh Sallah   Malleh Sallah   Malleh Sallah
     John Ault                         Jake Williams   Dawda Njie
     Malleh Sallah                                     Sainey Sanyang
     1995              1996            1997            1998
     Dawda Njie        Dawda Njie      Sainey Sanyang Edwin Ferdinand
     Sainey Sanyang    Sainey Sanyang Edwin Ferdinand Stuart Bracher
                       Edwin Ferdinand John Ivanisevic Lamin Jallow
     1999              2001            2004            2005
     Stuart Bracher    Daniel Reinoso  Lavel Williams  Lavel Williams




                                 Left: Three-time
                                 All-Region keeper
                                     Omar Jobe


                                  Right: Two-time
                                   PAC MVP and
                                  1977 All-Region
                                   selection Jack
                                    Mackhouse

21
                              Awards & Honors
                       Lance Tacke Memorial Award
Paul Denfeld                   1978   Walter Gonzalez               1992
Tracy Trevorrow                1979   Frankie Taal                  1993
Sandy Mick                     1980   Scott Boulton                 1995
Tim Lovell                     1981   Dale Beattie                  1996
Alan Barnes                    1982   Brian Welles/Aaron Spang      1997
Harold Fortis                  1983   Lamin Jallow                  1998
Scott Landry                   1984   Alex Pentino                  1999
Graeme Tanner                  1985   Daniel Reinoso                2000
Gunther Schuhmann              1986   John Dwyer                    2001
John Borchert                  1988   Ben Peoples                   2002
George Williams                1989   Ryan Fiano                    2003




                             B
Peter Veltri/Ruben Antunez     1990   John Zervos                   2004
Craig Hogan                    1991   Philip Opassinis              2005




Name
David Williams
Richard Siconolfi
Frank Christy
                             C
The 1994 National Title team was inducted into BC’s Hall of Fame in 2004.

              Bethany Athletic Hall of Fame Soccer Members
                                Graduated
                                 1970
                                 1972
                                 1974
                                                                 Inducted
                                                                    1982
                                                                    1982
                                                                    1984
Fritz Kurz                       1975                               1987
Patricio Aguirre                 1977                               1987
Stelios Papadapoulos             1970                               1988
Kirk Collins                     1977                               1990
Paul Hayward                     1982                               1994
Bill Denniston                   1983                               1994
Sandy Mick                       1985                               1996
Mike Ault                        1985                               1997
Larry Altmann                    1978                               2002
1994 National Title Team                                            2004
John Sholhead                     1980                              2005
James Regan                       1981                              2005
                                                                      22
 PAC Honors
                       All-Time All-PAC Selections
Name                              Year    Name                           Year
Rich Cox                  1968, 69, 70    Milo Orsini                    1985
Stelios Papadapoulos          1968, 69    Graeme Tanner          1985, 86, 87
Lance Tacke                       1969    Harold Fortis                  1986
Rich Siconolfi                1969, 70    Kosmas Mouratidis          1986, 87
Frank Christy          1970, 71, 72, 73   Gunther Schuhmann   1986, 87, 88, 89
Jack Morgan                       1970    Andy Maercklein                1987
John Jenkins                      1971    Deni Sariov                    1987
Fritz Kurz                1971, 72, 74    John Stewart               1987, 88
Lee Friesell                  1972, 73    Ebou Conateh               1988, 89
Solomon Edogun                    1973    Heiko Freitag       1988, 89, 90, 91




                           B
Jerry Gast                    1973, 74    Eduardo Ibanez             1988, 89
Patricio Aguirre                  1974    Omar Jobe              1988, 89, 90
Claudius Oni                      1974    Shawn Thompson             1988, 89
Jack Mackhouse            1975, 76, 77    John Ault              1989, 90, 91
Ernie Wetzel                      1975    Dave Lewis                 1989, 90




                           C
Mike Zebrine              1975, 76, 77    Ralph Severino         1989, 90, 91
Charles Agbor                     1976    Tim Devlin             1990, 91, 92
Kirk Collins                      1976    Matt McLeod                1990, 92
Dan Dunmeyer                      1976    Mike O’Malley                  1990
Larry Altmann                     1977    Alex Robinson              1990, 91
Mohammed Salia                1977, 78    George Williams            1990, 91
John Sholhead             1977, 78, 79    Peter Veltri           1990, 91, 92
Jim Regan                     1978, 79    Stefano Volpini        1990, 91, 92
Les Beck                          1979    Luis Coria                 1991, 92
Paul Denfeld              1979, 80, 81    Steve Leko                 1991, 92
Bill Denniston         1979, 80, 81, 82   Malleh Sallah       1991, 92, 93, 94
Dave Tomer                1979, 80, 81    Brad Foringer              1992, 93
Paul Hayward                      1980    Craig Hogan                    1992
Sandy Mick             1980, 81, 82, 83   Darryl Steward             1992, 93
Tracy Trevorrow               1980, 81    Jake Williams              1992, 93
Mark Mathias                      1981    Walter Gonzalez                1993
Alan Barnes                   1982, 84    Dave Gross                 1993, 94
Tim Fieldhouse                1982, 83    Shon Meale             1993, 94, 95
Rich Greenfield                   1982    Pat Ricci              1993, 95, 96
Paul McGuckin                     1982    Dave Farmer                1994, 95
James Wong                        1982    Eric Fries                     1994
Mike Ault                     1983, 84    Dawda Njie             1994, 95, 96
Bob Campbell                      1983    Sainey Sanyang      1994, 95, 96, 97
Bob Wiedholz                      1983    Aaron Squire               1994, 95
Brad Barlow                   1984, 85    Seth Zaharako              1994, 95
Scott Landry                  1984, 85    Eric Knoll                 1995, 96
Toby Bronson                      1985    Edward Purich                  1995
23
                                           PAC Honors
   All-Time All-PAC cont’d.                       PAC MVP’s
Name                           Year    Name                     Year
Dale Beattie           1996, 97, 98    Fritz Kurz            1971, 74
Edwin Ferdinand        1996, 97, 98    Frank Christy            1973
John Ivanisevic            1996, 97    Jack Mackhouse        1976, 77
Matt Kepple                1996, 97    John Sholhead            1979
Pat Michel             1996, 97, 98    Bill Denniston           1980
Brian Welles               1996, 97    Paul Hayward             1981
Joe Laque              1997, 98, 99    Paul McGuckin            1982
Scott McNevan                  1997    Sandy Mick               1983
Markus Overheu         1997, 98, 99    Mike Ault                1984
Stuart Bracher      1998, 99, 00, 01   Scott Landry             1985




                       B
Patrick Hogan                  1998    Kosmas Mouratidis        1986
Lamin Jallow                   1998    Graeme Tanner            1987
J.R. Khory                 1998, 99    Shawn Thompson           1988
Juan Troya             1998, 99, 00    Gunther Schuhmann        1989
Matt Weibe                     1998




                       C
                                       Omar Jobe                1990
Marcus Balfour             1999, 00    John Ault                1991
J.P. Gomez                     1999
                                       Matt McLeod              1992
Daniel Irwin        1999, 00, 01, 02
                                       Jake Williams            1993
Alex Pentino        1999, 00, 01, 02
                                       Malleh Sallah            1994
Ryann Bradley                  2000
                                       Sainey Sanyang        1996, 97
Nick Krayvo                2000, 03
                                       Edwin Ferdinand          1998
Daniel Reinoso             2001, 02
                                       Markus Overheu           1999
Papa Sane                  2001, 02
                                       Stuart Bracher           2001
Shey McGuire                   2001
                                       Daniel Reinoso           2002
Billy Constantine              2001
                                       Lavel Williams           2004
Ehren Grill                    2002
Mike Walters                   2002
Justin Kosta                   2002
Lavel Williams         2003, 04, 05
Dave Weibe                     2003
Brian Bajek                    2004
Paulo Dos Santos               2004
Tim Fratto                     2004
Ramon Franklyn                 2004
John Zervos                2004, 05
Kosta Floros                   2005
Sean Esterbauer                2005
Ashkan Alavy                   2005
Teli Mantziouras               2005
Greg Lani                      2005
Philip Opassinis               2005
                                         2004 PAC MVP Lavel Williams
                                                                    24
 Series Records
Opponent              Won   Lost   Tied   Last Meeting
Adelbert              1     1      0      W 2-0, 1969
Albright              1     0      0      W 3-2, 2004
Alderson Broaddus     3     13     1      L 1-2, 1993
Alfred                2     0      0      W 5-0, 1997
Allegheny             15    3      2      L 0-3, 1999
Anderson              2     0      0      W 4-1, 1999
Atlantic Christian    1     0      0      W 3-0, 1995
Averett               1     0      0      W 3-1, 1992
Buffalo State         0     1      0      L 0-1, 2004
Cabrini               1     0      0      W 5-0, 1999
California (Pa.)      4     1      0      W 3-1, 1998
Capital               2     1      0      L 0-4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon       21    4      2      L 2-3, 2001
Case Tech             1     1      1      T 1-1, 1970
Case Western          15    1      1      W 2-0, 2002




                      B
Catholic              2     0      0      W 6-0, 1988
Centre                0     1      0      L 1-2, 1995
Charleston            3     3      1      T 0-0, 1992
Christopher Newport   2     0      0      W 2-1, 1992
Cincinnati            0     1      0      L 3-5, 1983




                      C
Concord               1     0      0      W 7-1, 1999
Davis & Elkins        3     6      1      W 4-0, 1988
Denison               7     0      0      W 3-2, 1999
Duquesne              2     0      0      W 3-1, 1996
Elizabethtown         1     0      0      W 2-1, 1996
Elmira                1     0      0      W 2-1, 1996
Emory                 1     1      0      L 1-2, 1988
Fredonia              7     1      0      W 3-0, 1993
Frostburg State       7     5      0      L 0-2, 2005
Gannon                0     0      1      T 1-1, 1999
Gallaudet             1     0      0      W 1-0, 2005
Geneva                6     2      0      L 1-2, 2004
Glassboro             0     1      0      L 0-1, 1990
Greensboro            4     6      0      L 0-4, 2003
Grove City            26    9      1      L 0-1, 2005
Heidelberg            0     1      0      L 0-3, 1999
Hiram                 24    3      1      W 5-2, 1998
Ithaca                0     1      0      L 3-2, 1996
John Carroll          20    3      2      L 0-1, 1996
Johns Hopkins         3     1      0      L 5-6, 1998
Juniata               1     0      0      W 3-2, 2004
Kean                  1     0      0      W 2-1, 1990
Kenyon                3     6      0      L 2-3 (OT), 1999
Lake Erie             1     0      0      W 7-0, 2001
LaRoche               8     0      1      W 1-0, 2005
Lycoming              1     0      0      W 4-2, 1997
Lynchburg             1     1      0      W 7-0, 1991
MacMurray             1     0      0      W 1-0, 1992
Malone                1     0      0      W 8-0, 1986
Marietta              11    2      0      W 3-1, 1999
Marist                0     1      0      L 1-2, 1981
Mary Washington       3     1      0      W 2-1, 1990
Maryville (Tenn.)     1     0      0      W 1-0, 1990
Medaille              1     0      0      W 3-0, 2004
25
                                       Series Records
Opponent                  Won   Lost    Tied   Last Meeting
Mercyhurst                3     0       0      W 2-0, 1992
Messiah                   1     4       1      L 0-6, 2002
Methodist                 3     2       0      L 1-3, 2002
Misericordia              1     0       0      W 4-1, 1997
Montclair State           1     0       0      W 5-3, 1994
Morris Harvey             1     1       0      W 4-3, 1969
Mount Union               8     0       0      W 6-0, 1990
Muhlenberg                0     1       0      L 1-3, 1998
Muskingum                 7     0       0      W 8-0, 1998
Nazareth                  1     0       0      W 3-2, 1992
North Carolina Wesleyan   0     1       0      L 2-4, 2002
Northern Kentucky         1     0       0      W 4-0, 1983
North Park                0     1       0      L 0-1, 2003
Notre Dame (Ohio)         0     1       0      L 1-3, 2004




                          B
Ohio Wesleyan             7     10      0      L 0-2, 2002
Penn State Behrend        1     2       0      L 1-2, 2003
Piedmont                  0     1       0      L 0-3, 2003
Pitt-Bradford             1     0       0      W 3-1, 2005
Pitt-Greensburg           4     2       0      W 1-0, 2005
Pittsburgh                6     2       0      L 1-2, 1984




                          C
Plattsburgh State         1     0       0      W 2-0, 1996
Point Park                3     0       0      W 5-2, 2004
R.I.T.                    1     0       0      W 3-2, 1993
Roanoke                   0     1       0      L 0-5, 2001
Robert Morris             3     0       0      W 2-0, 1990
Salem International       5     0       0      W 7-1, 2000
Scranton                  2     0       0      W 2-0, 1998
Slippery Rock             1     3       0      W 4-2, 1971
St. John Fisher           1     0       0      W 3-0, 1993
Saint Vincent             8     1       0      W 9-0, 1997
SUNY Fredonia             1     3       0      L 0-3, 1997
Thiel                     11    0       2      W 2-1, 2005
Thomas More               2     0       0      W 1-0, 2005
Transylvania              1     0       0      W 1-0, 2001
UNC-Greensboro            0     5       0      L 1-2, 1987
UC-San Diego              1     0       0      W 3-2, 1994
Wisconsin-Oshkosh         1     0       0      W 1-0, 1994
Ursinus                   1     0       0      W 4-1, 1999
Virginia Wesleyan         3     0       0      W 1-0, 1994
West Virginia Wesleyan    1     13      8      L 1-6, 1995
Wake Forest               0     1       0      L 1-2, 1983
Washington (Md.)          1     0       0      W 3-2, 1990
Wash. & Jeff.             31    10      4      L 0-2, 2005
Wash. & Lee               2     0       0      W 3-0, 1992
Waynesburg                22    0       0      W 2-0, 2005
West Liberty State        4     0       0      W 7-0, 1980
West Virginia Univ.       2     3       1      W 1-0, 1985
Western Reserve           1     0       0      W 1-0, 1985
Westminster               6     5       1      W 1-0, 2005
Wheaton                   1     0       0      W 2-1, 1982
Wheeling Jesuit           3     0       0      W 3-0, 1986
Wilmington                8     10      3      L 0-2, 2005
Wittenberg                2     0       0      W 4-0, 1992
Wooster                   8     2       0      W 3-0, 1999
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Date	        Opponent	                Site	   Time
Sept. 2      Dickinson Invitational   Away
             Bethany vs. McDaniel             1:00 PM
Sept. 3      Dickinson Invit.Away
             Bethany vs. Dickinson            2:30 PM
Sept.	6	     Frostburg	State	         HOME	   1:30	PM
Sept.	8	     Bracher	Classic	         HOME	   	
             Bethany vs. Geneva               4:00 PM
Sept.	9	     Bracher	Classic	         HOME
             McDaniel vs. Geneva              1:00 PM
             Bethany vs. LaRoche              4:00 PM
Sept.	10	    Bracher	Classic	         HOME
             LaRoche vs. McDaniel             1:00 PM
Sept.	13	    Pitt-Bradford	           HOME	   2:00	PM
Sept. 20     Pitt-Greensburg          Away    4:00 PM
Sept. 23     Wheeling Jesuit          Away    2:00 PM
Sept. 27     Waynesburg               Away    4:00 PM
Sept. 30     Eastern Mennonite        Away    4:00 PM
Oct. 1       Bridgewater              Away    2:00 PM
Oct.	4	      Saint	Vincent	           HOME	   2:00	PM
Oct.	7	      Thiel*	                  HOME	   2:00	PM
                Homecoming
Oct.	10	     Thomas	More*	            HOME	   4:00	PM
Oct. 13      Grove City*              Away    4:00 PM
Oct. 18      Wash. & Jeff.*           Away    7:00 PM
Oct.	21	     Waynesburg*	             HOME	   1:00	PM
Oct.	25	     Westminster*	            HOME	   1:30	PM
Oct. 28      Saint Vincent            Away    3:00 PM
Oct. 31      PAC Semi-Finals          TBA     2:00 PM
Nov. 4       PAC Finals               TBA     1:00 PM




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