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					GAME 21             CAA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                             TIGER MEN’S SOCCER GAME NOTES


TOWSON TIGERS                                                                      2007 MEN’S SOCCER NOTES
                                                       Tigers Search for First CAA Title                                      Colonial Athletic Association
                                                       on Sunday Against Old Dominion                                         Men’s Soccer Championships
                                                          VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Following their 2-0 victory                       (Virginia Beach, Va.)
                                                       over top-seeded Drexel University on Friday night, the
                                                       fourth-seeded Tigers will attempt to win their first Colo-        Tuesday, November 13 - Quarter-finals
                                                       nial Athletic Association men’s soccer championship on           #4 Towson def. #5 William & Mary, 2-1
                                                                                                                        #3 Virginia Commonwealth def. #6 Northeastern, 3-1
                                                       Sunday afternoon against Old Dominion at the Virginia
   Game 21 vs. Old Dominion                            Beach Sportsplex at 1:00 p.m.                                    Friday, November 16 - Semi-finals
         Nov. 18, 2007 • 1:00 p.m.                        The CAA champion will receive an automatic bid to             #4 Towson def. #1 Drexel, 2-0
                                                       the 2007 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships, which                  #2 Old Dominion def. #3 Virginia Commonwealth, 2-1
         Virginia Beach Sportsplex                     will begin next weekend. The 48-team bracket will be an-
 Virginia Beach, Va. • CAA Championship                nounced on ESPNews on Monday at 5:30 p.m.                        Sunday, November 18 - Championship
                                                          Now 12-7-1 on the season, the Tigers have won four            #2 Old Dominion vs. #4 Towson, 1 p.m.

TOWSON (12-7-1)                     towsontigers.com   of their last five games following the shutout victory over
                                                       the Dragons on Friday evening. Senior goalkeeper Billy          demic Center/Virginia Beach, Va.), who was honored as
2007 Record: 12-7-1, 7-4-0 CAA                                                                                         a second-team All-CAA selection on Thursday, made five
                                                       Chiles (Springbrook H.S./Silver Spring, Md.) made four
Head Coach: Frank Olszewski                                                                                            saves for the Monarchs, who had an 8-2-1 CAA record
                                                       saves to earn his eighth shutout of the season, tying a
Alma Mater: Johns Hopkins, ‘78                         Towson single-season record.                                    during the regular season.
Olszewski’s Record at Towson: 252-185-40 (26th yr.)       Junior midfielder Nino Mangione (Calvert Hall H.S./              Kulp, who was named to the All-CAA first team, is tied
Olszewski’s Overall Record: 252-185-40 (26th yr.)      Parkville, Md.) gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead in the 53rd min-     for the team lead with 15 points. He has four goals and
Media Relations Contact: Eric Rhew                     ute when he scored his fourth goal of the season off an         a team-high seven assists. Meanwhile, junior midfielder
                                                       assist from junior midfielder Matt Beckman (McDonogh             Trevor Banks (Madison Memorial H.S./Madison, Wisc.)
Office Phone: 410-704-6258
                                                       H.S./Dundalk, Md.). With 10:29 remaining, senior forward        has a team-high six goals with three assists. He was one
Rhew E-Mail: erhew@towson.edu
                                                       Angus Burke (Seaquam H.S./Delta, British Columbia,              of three Old Dominion players named to the All-CAA first
                                                       Canada) added an insurance goal, upping the Towson              team.
ODU (12-6-2)                     www.odusports.com     advantage to 2-0.                                                  This will be the second meeting between the Tigers
2007 Record: 11-6-2, 8-2-1 CAA                            Mangione has led the Tigers during their CAA Tourna-         and the Monarchs this season. Led by seven saves from
Head Coach: Alan Dawson                                ment run, scoring two goals while Beckman has a goal            Chiles, the Tigers posted a 1-0 victory over Old Dominion
                                                       and an assist in the Tigers’ two games. Chiles has al-          on October 21 at the Towson Center Soccer Complex.
Alma Mater: Temple, ‘69
                                                       lowed just one goal in 180 minutes while making eight           Sophomore forward Kevin Ruck (Eastside H.S./Greer,
Dawson’s Record at ODU: 127-69-17 (10th yr.)                                                                           S.C.) scored the game’s only goal in the 61st minute off
Dawson’s Overall Record: 255-99-27 (20th yr.)          saves.
                                                          Senior midfielder Pat Healey (Calvert Hall H.S./Bel           a Beckman assist.
Media Relations Contact: Rob Silsbee                                                                                      The Tigers lead the all-time series against Old Domin-
                                                       Air, Md.) has led the Tiger offense through the season
Office Phone: 757-683-3372                              and leads the CAA with eight goals and nine assists.            ion by an 8-7-1 margin and have won each of the last
Silsbee E-Mail: rsilsbee@odu.edu                       Honored as the CAA Player of the Year on Thursday, he           two meetings.
                                                       has recorded a point in three of the last six games.
Television: None                                          After defeating third-seeded Virginia Commonwealth
Radio: None.                                           on Friday night by a 2-1 margin, the second-seeded
Live Stats: www.caasports.com                          Monarchs enter the championship game on Sunday with
                                                       an 11-6-2 record and a three-game unbeaten streak.
Series History: Towson leads, 8-7-1                       Senior midfielder A.J. Kulp (Ephrata H.S./Ephrata,
                                                       Pa.) scored the eventual game-winning goal in the 77th
Last Meeting: October 21, 2007 (Towson, Md.)
                                                       minute with an unassisted marker. It was his fourth goal
Final Score: Towson 1, Old Dominion 0                  of the season.
                                                          Sophomore goalkeeper Evan Newton (Edison Aca-

Towson Media Relations                                       Towson Probable Starters - CAA Championship
Asst. Director/MSOC Contact:         Eric Rhew          ##       Name                       Pos.     Yr.     Ht.       Hometown                            Goals   Asst.     Points
Rhew Office Phone:                 410-704-6258          1        Billy Chiles               GK       Sr.     6-3       Silver Spring, Md.                    0      1          1
Rhew Cell Phone:                  443-690-2104          2        Rob Nwosu                  Def.     Jr.     5-9       Glen Burnie, Md.                      0      0          0
Rhew Home Phone:                  410-530-4791          3        Phil Greatwich             Def.     Fr.     5-11      Lewes, East Sussex, England           0      0          0
Rhew E-Mail:                 erhew@towson.edu           8        Cesar Cisneros             Mid.     Jr.     5-8       Guadalajara, Mexico                   5      6         16
Director:                         Peter Schlehr         9        Pat Healey                 Mid.     Sr.     5-11      Bel Air, Md.                          8      9         25
Assoc. Director:                 Dan O’Connell          11       Angus Burke                For.     Sr.     5-10      Delta, British Columbia, Canada       5      0         10
Assistant:                         Jessica Lane         13       Scott Horta                Def.     Fr.     6-2       Lawrenceville, N.J.                   2      1          5
Media Relations Fax:              410-704-3861          14       Maxx Hurkamp               Def.     So.     6-1       Falls Church, Va.                     0      0          0
Website:                www.TowsonTigers.com            16       T.J. Jager                 Def.     Jr.     5-11      Parkville, Md.                        1      3          5
                                                        18       Nino Mangione              Mid.     Jr.     5-7       Parkville, Md.                        4      0          8
                                                        19       Marco Mangione             Mid.     Fr.     5-6       Parkville, Md.                        0      1          1
                                                        Head Coach: Frank Olszewski (Johns Hopkins, ‘78) - 26th season
                                                        Assistant Coaches: Paul Cushion, Darius Qualls • Captains: Billy Chiles, Pat Healey, T.J. Thompson
                                                        Athletic Trainer: Colleen King • Media Relations Contact: Eric Rhew
GAME 21           CAA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                           TIGER MEN’S SOCCER GAME NOTES
Towson vs. Old Dominion                                 2007 Towson University Men’s Soccer Roster (12-7-1)
Series History                                     ## Name                             Pos.     Yr.     Ht.       Wt.      Hometown/High School
Series Record: Towson leads, 8-7-1                 1     Billy Chiles*                 GK       Sr.     6-3       210      Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook H.S.
                                                   2     Rob Nwosu*                    Def.     So.     5-9       150      Glen Burnie, Md./Glen Burnie H.S.
                                                   3     Phil Greatwich                Def.     Fr.     5-11      155      Lewes, East Sussex, England/Lewes Primary
Last 6 Meetings                                    4     Roslin Nzokou                 Def.     Fr.     5-9       160      Silver Spring, Md./ John F. Kennedy H.S.
Date                  H/A               Score      5     Matt Beckman                  Mid.     Jr.     5-9       160      Dundalk, Md./McDonogh H.S.
Oct. 21, 2007          H           Towson, 1-0     6     Tommy Appel-Schumacher* Mid.           So.     6-1       180      Ramstein, Germany/American Ramstein H.S.
Oct. 15, 2006          A           Towson, 3-1     7     Kyle Thompson                 Mid.     Fr.     6-3       175      North Vancouver, B.C. Canada/Windsor Secondary
                                                   8     Cesar Cisneros*               Mid.     Jr.     5-8       175      Guadalajara, Mexico/Universidad de Guadalajara
Oct. 30, 2005          H Old Dominion, 2-1 (OT)
                                                   9     Pat Healey*                   Mid.     Sr.     5-11      160      Bel Air, Md./Calvert Hall H.S.
Oct. 15, 2004          H        Tied, 2-2 (2OT)    11 Angus Burke*                     For.     Sr.     5-10      155      Delta, British Columbia, Canada/Seaquam H.S.
Oct. 24, 2003          A      Old Dominion, 3-0    12 Chris Zecha                      Mid.     Fr.     5-8       150      Mastic, N.Y./William Floyd H.S.
Oct. 20, 2002          H           Towson, 1-0     13 Scott Horta                      Def.     Fr.     6-2       180      Lawrenceville, N.J./Notre Dame H.S.
                                                   14 Maxx Hurkamp*                    Def.     So.     6-1       180      Falls Church, Va./Falls Church H.S.
                                                   15 Brendon Gregoire                 Def.     Fr.     5-9       150      Bowie, Md./DeMatha H.S.
Tigers’ Career Stats vs. ODU                       16 T.J. Jager*                      Def.     Jr.     5-11      160      Parkville, Md./Loch Raven H.S.
Player                GP     G       A    Pts.     17 Xavier Otero*                    Mid.     So.     5-5       145      Heidelburg, Germany/Heidelburg H.S.
T. Appel-Schumacher    2     0       0     0       18 Nino Mangione*                   Mid.     Jr.     5-7       150      Parkville, Md./Calvert Hall H.S.
M. Beckman             1     0       1     1       19 Marco Mangione                   Mid.     Fr.     5-6       145      Parkville, Md./Calvert Hall H.S.
A. Burke               4     2       0     4       20 T.J. Thompson*                   Mid.     Sr.     6-4       190      Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook H.S.
                                                   21 Mouhamed Tall                    Mid.     So.     6-0       170      Dakar, Senegal/Senegalese American Bilingual School
B. Chiles              1     0       0     0
                                                   22 Kevin Ruck*                      For.     So.     6-4       185      Greer, S.C./Eastside H.S.
C. Cisneros            1     0       0     0       23 Eric Lynch                       Def.     Fr.     6-2       160      Lancaster, NY/Lancaster H.S.
P. Greatwich           1     0       0     0       24 Sean Ajifowobaje*                Def.     Jr.     6-1       180      Glen Burnie, Md./Glen Burnie H.S.
P. Healey              4     1       0     2       25 Yankhoba Diagne                  For.     So.     5-8       160      Dakar, Senegal/Senegalese American Bilingual School
S. Horta               1     0       0     0       27 Eric Finney                      Mid.     So.     6-1       175      Clarksville, Md./River Hill H.S.
M. Hurkamp             2     0       0     0       28 Ipolite Aly                      Mid.     Jr.     6-0       165      Columbia, Md./Well Hairston H.S.
T.J. Jager             3     0       1     1       30 Zach Bailet                      GK       So.     5-11      160      Jacksonville, Fla./Stanton Prep
N. Mangione            3     0       0     0       31 Sean Durkan                      GK       Fr.     6-2       175      Dahlonega, Ga./Lumpkin Country H.S.
R. Nwosu               2     0       0     0       Head Coach: Frank Olszewski (Johns Hopkins, ‘78) - 26th season
X. Otero               2     0       0     0       Assistant Coaches: Paul Cushion, Darius Qualls • Captains: Billy Chiles, Pat Healey, T.J. Thompson
K. Ruck                2     1       1     3       Athletic Trainer: Colleen King • Media Relations Contact: Eric Rhew
T.J. Thompson          3     0       1     1
C. Zecha               1     0       0     0      Last Meeting vs. Old Dominion                                    Last Time Out: vs. Drexel
                                                  (Oct. 21, 2007)                                                  (Nov. 16, 2007)
Player                GP    GAA Sv. % MP              TOWSON, Md. - Senior goalkeeper Billy Chiles                     VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Led by a strong second half
B. Chiles              1    0.00 1.000 90:00      made seven saves to earn his fifth shutout of the sea-            effort, the Tigers (12-7-1) advanced to their first-ever Co-
                                                  son as the Tigers (8-4-1, 5-1-0) extended their home             lonial Athletic Association men’s soccer championship
                                                  unbeaten streak to 16 straight games with a 1-0 Colonial         game by defeating top-seeded Drexel University (11-5-3)
                                                  Athletic Association victory over Old Dominion University        by a 2-0 margin in a CAA semifinal game played at the
                                                  (8-5-1, 5-1-0) at the Towson Center Soccer Complex.              Virginia Beach Sportsplex on Friday evening.
                                                      It was the Tigers’ third straight shutout victory while          The win allowed the Tigers to avenge a 2-1 loss
                                                  snapping the Monarchs’ six-game win streak.                      against the Dragons on October 12 at Vidas Field which
                                                      After a scoreless first half, sophomore forward Kevin         snapped Towson’s 14-game CAA regular season un-
                                                  Ruck gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead at the 60:18 mark when           beaten streak.
                                                  he converted a crossing pass from junior midfielder Matt              After a scoreless first half, the Tigers took a 1-0 lead
                                                  Beckman for his fourth goal of the season.                       at the 52:46 mark when junior midfielder Nino Mangione
                                                      Led by Chiles, the Tigers held off the Monarchs during       scored his fourth goal of the season by converting a re-
                                                  the final 29 minutes to preserve the victory. Old Domin-          bound of a shot from junior Matt Beckman.
                                                  ion outshot the Tigers by a 14-9 margin and had a 10-3               With 10:29 remaining in regulation, the Tigers upped
                                                  advantage in corner kicks.                                       their advantage to 2-0 when senior Angus Burke tallied
                                                      Sophomore Evan Newton made four saves in a los-              his fifth goal of the season with a low line drive shot past
                                                  ing effort for the Monarchs.                                     junior goalkeeper Cory Robertson.
                                                      With the victory, the Tigers have not allowed a goal             Senior goalkeeper Billy Chiles made four saves to
                                                  in the last 305:22, dating back to a 2-1 loss at Drexel on       post the 14th shutout of his college career for the Tigers,
                                                  October 12.                                                      who were outshot by an 18-9 margin.
                                                                                                                       Robertson, who was named third team All-CAA on
                                                  Score by Half                 1          2      -    F           Thursday night, made three saves in a losing effort for
                                                  Old Dominion (8-5-1, 5-1-0)   0          0      -    0           the Dragons.
                                                  Towson (8-4-0, 5-1-0)         0          1      -    1
                                                                                                                   Score by Half                  1          2     -     F
                                                  Goals: TOW – Kevin Ruck 1. Assists: TOW – Matt Beckman 1.        Towson (12-7-1)                0          2     -     2
                                                  Saves: ODU – Evan Newton 4 (90:00, 1 goals allowed); TOW –       Drexel (11-5-3)                0          0     -     0
                                                  Billy Chiles 7 (90:00, 0 goals allowed). Shots: ODU – 14, TOW
                                                  – 9.                                                             Goals: TOW - Nino Mangione 1, Angus Burke 1. Assists: TOW
                                                                                                                   - Matt Beckman 1. Saves: TOW - Billy Chiles 4 (90:00, 0 goals
                                                                                                                   allowed); DREX - Cory Robertson 3 (90:00, 2 goals allowed).
                                                                                                                   Shots: TOW - 9; DREX - 18.
GAME 21                  CAA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                                  TIGER MEN’S SOCCER GAME NOTES
2007 Schedule/Results                                           Moving On at the Beach                                        Another Game, Another Shutout
                                                                   With their 2-0 victory over Drexel on Friday, the Tigers        With their 2-0 victory over Drexel on Friday evening,
S1        MOUNT ST. MARY’S                            W, 2-0
                                                                advanced to their first-ever CAA Championship Game               the Tigers posted their eighth shutout of the season.
S7        vs. Radford (@ Loyola) ^                    W, 7-2
                                                                since joining the league in 2002. It will be the Tigers’ first   Since the beginning of last season, the Tigers have post-
S9        at Loyola ^                                  L, 0-3
                                                                appearance in a conference championship game since              ed 19 shutouts in their 27 victories.
S14       at Fairleigh Dickinson                       L, 1-3
                                                                defeating Northeastern by a 1-0 margin in the AMERICA              The 11 shutouts the Tigers posted last year are a
S16       at Adelphi                            T, 1-1 (2OT)
                                                                EAST title game in 2001 at the Towson Center Soccer             school single-season record.
S21       STONY BROOK                           W, 2-1 (2OT)
                                                                Complex.
S29       at #21 California                            L, 0-1
                                                                   Sunday’s game against Old Dominion will be the sev-          Tigers Seeking Sixth Conference
O5        GEORGIA STATE *                             W, 6-0
                                                                enth CAA playoff game for the Tigers since joining the
O7        UNC WILMINGTON *                            W, 4-1
                                                                league in 2002. They have a 3-2-1 record following their
                                                                                                                                Championship
O12       at Drexel *                                  L, 1-2                                                                       While the Tigers are seeking their first Colonial Ath-
                                                                2-0 win over top-seeded Drexel on Friday evening.
O14       at Delaware *                               W, 3-0                                                                    letic Association championship, they will also be trying to
O19       WILLIAM & MARY *                       W, 1-0 (OT)                                                                    win the sixth league title in the program’s 81-year history.
                                                                Tigers’ CAA Tournament Games                        Score
O21       OLD DOMINION *                              W, 1-0    Nov. 12, 2002 - vs. James Madison (QF)          Towson, 3-0     They are also seeking their first league title since winning
O28       at Virginia Commonwealth *             L, 2-3 (OT)    Nov. 15, 2002 - vs. VCU (SF)                      VCU, 4-0      the America East title in 2001, their final year of league
O30       JAMES MADISON *                        L, 1-2 (OT)    Nov. 8, 2005 - vs. James Madison (QF)             JMU, 3-1      membership.
N2        at Hofstra *                                W, 1-0    Nov. 3, 2006 - vs. George Mason (SF)       Tied, 1-1 (2OT)*         The Tigers have won four conference championships
N4        at Northeastern *                            L, 0-2   Nov. 13, 2007 - vs. William & Mary (QF)         Towson, 2-1     at the Division I level. In addition to the 2001 AMERICA
N8        GEORGE MASON *                              W, 2-0    Nov. 16, 2007 - vs. Drexel (SF)                 Towson, 2-0     EAST title, the Tigers won East Coast Conference cham-
N13       WILLIAM & MARY #                            W, 2-1    Nov. 18, 2007 - vs. Old Dominion (CHAMP)              1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                pionships in 1989, 1990 and 1991.
                                                                * - George Mason advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4
N16       vs. Drexel #                                W, 2-0                                                                        The Tigers also won the 1966 Mason-Dixon Confer-
N18       vs. Old Dominion #                          1 p.m.                                                                    ence championship.
* - Colonial Athletic Association game
                                                                Wrapping up the Drexel Game
^ - Loyola College Black and Decker Soccer Classic                    With their 2-0 victory over Drexel on Friday, the Ti-     Tigers’ Conference Championships
# - CAA Tournament                                              gers extended their win streak to three straight games.         America East Conference - 2001
                                                                Since losing by a 2-0 margin at Northeastern on Novem-          East Coast Conference - 1989, 1990, 1991
Towson 2007 Quick Facts                                         ber 4, the Tigers have outscored their opponents by a           Mason-Dixon Conference - 1966
Location:                              Towson, Md.              6-1 margin.
Founded:                                        1866                  The Tigers avenged their 2-1 regular season loss          Looking to Return to the Big
Enrollment:                                   18,011            against Drexel, which snapped their 14-game CAA regu-           Dance
Nickname:                                    “Tigers”           lar season unbeaten streak. The teams have now split               The Tigers have appeared in two previous NCAA tour-
Colors:                     Gold, White and Black               each of the last six meetings, alternating victories.           naments, including last year’s College Cup, which ended
Conference:            Colonial Athletic Association                   For the second straight year, the top seed in the        with a loss to Wake Forest in the third round.
President:                       Dr. Robert L. Caret            CAA Tournament failed to advance to the championship               The CAA champion will receive an automatic bid to the
Director of Athletics:               Mike Hermann               game. Last year, the Tigers were the top seed and tied          NCAA College Cup, which begins next weekend.
Home Field (Cap.):      Towson Center Field (500)               George Mason before losing in a penalty kick shootout.             The Tigers made their first-ever appearance in the
Head Coach:                        Frank Olszewski                    Senior goalkeeper Billy Chiles posted his eighth          NCAA Tournament after winning the 2001 America East
Olszewski’s Alma Mater:          Johns Hopkins, ‘78             shutout of the season in the win over Drexel, tying the         conference title. After defeating James Madison by a 4-1
Assistant Coaches:                    Paul Cushion,             school single-season record. Andy Hicks had eight               margin in the first round, the Tigers dropped a 3-0 deci-
                                      Darius Qualls             shutouts in 2002 while Zak Thompson posted eight                sion against eventual champion North Carolina.
Athletic Trainer:                      Colleen King             shutouts two years ago.
Captains:                  Billy Chiles, Pat Healey,                  With his 14th career shutout, senior goalkeeper
                                     T.J. Thompson              Billy Chiles moved into a tie for seventh place on the          Coach Frank Olszewski
                                                                Tigers’ career shutouts list with Ethan Jennings, ‘98.             Currently in his 26th year as the Tigers’ coach, Frank
                                                                      The Tigers played in their tenth one-goal game on         Olszewski has led the Tigers to national recognition,
                                                                Friday night. They are now 6-4-0 this season in games           earning conference Coach of the Year honors four
                                                                decided by one goal.                                            times. With the Tigers’ 2-0 victory over George Mason
                                                                      The Tigers scored more than one goal for the tenth        last Thursday, he became the third active CAA coach to
                                                                time this season. When scoring more than one goal,              reach 250 career wins.
                                                                the Tigers have a 9-1-0 record this year with the lone             Entering the CAA Championship Game on Sunday,
                                                                loss coming against VCU on October 28, a 3-2 verdict            Coach Olszewski has a career record of 252-185-40. He
                                                                in overtime.                                                    has also led the Tigers to five 10-win seasons in the last
                                                                                                                                seven years.
                                                                                                                                   A 1978 graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Olsze-
                                                                Plenty of Experience                                            wski was honored as the CAA Coach of the Year last
                                                                   The Tigers will be playing their 21st game of the sea-       season after leading Towson to a conference-record 10
                                                                son against Old Dominion on Sunday. It will be the most         CAA victories.
                                                                games played in a season by a Towson team since the
                                                                2001 campaign. The Tigers, who made their first-ever
                                                                NCAA Tournament appearance that season, played in
                                                                22 games and had a 16-5-1 record.
                                                                   The school record for most games played in a season
                                                                is 22, which was set during that AMERICA EAST cham-
                                                                pionship season in 2001.
GAME 21            CAA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                         TIGER MEN’S SOCCER GAME NOTES
2007 CAA Standings                                 Healey Honored as CAA Player of                             Another Winning Season for the
                            CAA          Overall   the Year                                                    Tigers
Team                   W-L-T Pct.    W-L-T Pct.       Towson senior midfielder Pat Healey has been named             In addition to posting their third straight 10-win sea-
Drexel                  8-2-1 .773   11-5-3 .653   as the 2007 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the       son, the Tigers have also secured their fourth consecu-
Old Dominion           8-2-1 .773    12-6-2 .650   Year, according to a vote of the league’s head coaches.       tive winning season and the 12th winning campaign in
Va. Commonwealth        7-4-0 .636   12-6-2 .650   Healey was honored at the league’s awards banquet on          the last 13 years.
TOWSON                  7-4-0 .636   12-7-1 .625   Thursday evening.                                                During that stretch, the only non-winning season was
William & Mary         6-4-1 .591    9-9-3 .500       A three-time All-CAA selection. Healey also was            during 2003, when the Tigers had a 1-12-4 record.
Northeastern            6-4-1 .591   8-10-1 .447   named to the All-CAA first team for the second year in
James Madison          6-5-0 .545    7-9-3 .447    a row after leading the CAA in scoring with eight goals       Home Sweet Home
Hofstra                 6-5-0 .545    7-9-2 .444   and nine assists.                                                The Tigers have enjoyed a lot of success at their
                                                      Healey is just the fourth player in Towson men’s soccer    home field over the last three seasons. Prior to their loss
Delaware                3-7-1 .318   3-13-2 .222
                                                   history to earn conference Player of the Year honors. Al-     against James Madison on October 30, the Tigers had a
UNC Wilmington          3-8-0 .273   4-13-1 .250
                                                   fonso DeMares, ‘01 was named as the AMERICA EAST              16-game home unbeaten streak, winning 14 games dur-
George Mason           2-8-1 .227    5-11-2 .333
                                                   Player of the Year during the 2000 season while Richie        ing that stretch.
Georgia State          1-10-0 .091   4-13-1 .250
                                                   Moller, ‘98 earned the award during the 1998 season.             Overall, the Tigers had an 8-1-0 record at home this
                                                      Joe Layfield, ‘91 was selected as the East Coast            season and outscored their opponents by a 21-5 margin
                                                   Conference Player of the Year in 1990 after leading the       while posting five of their seven shutouts at the Towson
CAA Leaders (Nov. 17)                              Tigers to the East Coast Conference championship.
Leading Scorers         GP     G       A   Pts.                                                                  Center Soccer Complex.
Pat Healey, TOW         20      8      9    25     Towson Conference Players of the Year
Greg Kilkenny, NU       17      7      9    23     Pat Healey - Colonial Athletic Association (2007)             Moving Up the Ladder
Sven Meusch, VCU        20     10      3    23     Alfonso DeMares - America East (2000)                            With eight goals and nine assists this season, senior
CJ Sapong, JMU          19     10      1    21     Richie Moller - America East (2000)                           midfielder Pat Healey has moved higher on the Tigers’
Floreal Pedrazo, GSU    17      8      4    20     Joe Layfield - East Conference (1990)                          career goals, assists and points lists.
Johannes Grahn, HOF     18     10      0    20                                                                      Entering Sunday’s CAA title game, the Bel Air, Md. na-
Ahmed Talaat, NU        18      8      3    19     More Honors for the Tigers                                    tive has scored 25 goals with 22 assists in his career. He
Anthony Bafile, DREX     18      6      6    18        In addition to earning the Player of the Year award,       ranks eighth on the Tigers’ career goals and points lists
Pat Viray, VCU          18      6      5    17     the Tigers had two other players honored by the CAA           while his 22 career assists are tied with Randy Tolson,
Price Thomas, W&M       21      7      3    17     on Thursday night. Senior goalkeeper Billy Chiles was         ‘02 and Ricky Bush, ‘92 for fourth in Towson history.
Jorit Loehr, VCU        19      7      3    17     selected to the All-CAA first team while junior forward Ce-
Matt Beckman, TOW       20      5      7    17     sar Cisneros and freshman defender Scott Horta earned         Tigers’ Career Goals List                        Goals
                                                                                                                 Wayne Harman, 1953-56                               57
                                                   All-CAA third team accolades. Horta also was named as
                                                                                                                 Richie Moller, 1995-98                              47
Goals Against Avg.      GP GA   MP GAA             a member of the All-Rookie Team.                              Alfonso DeMares, 1998-2001                          45
Cory Robertson, DREX    15 8 1339:59 0.54             A two-year starter for the Tigers, Chiles has recorded a   Mike Bruno, 1972-75                                 44
Evan Newton, ODU        20 14 1889:39 0.67         1.11 goals against average while stopping 81.8 per cent       Ed McCue, 1988-91                                   38
Andrew McAdams, W&M     19 17 1756:29 0.87         of the shots he has faced. Named as the CAA Player of         Todd Lauber, 1998-2001                              32
Andrew Dykstra, VCU     20 18 1791:27 0.90         the Week on October 22, he led the Tigers to a pair of 1-0    Joe Layfield, 1989-91                                29
Billy Chiles, TOW       20 22 1865:51 1.06         home victories over William & Mary and Old Dominion.          Pat Healey, 2004-07                                 25
                                                   He made a season-high ten saves in a November 4 loss
                                                   against Northeastern and posted seven shutouts.               Tigers’ Career Assists List                     Assists
                                                                                                                 Alfonso DeMares, 1998-2001                           35
                                                      Chiles has a career record of 18-7-4 with 13 shut-
                                                                                                                 Todd Lauber, 1998-2001                               32
                                                   outs and a 0.82 goals against average, the best mark in       Todd Hicks, 1992-95                                  28
                                                   school history.                                               Ricky Bush, 1989-92                                  22
                                                      It is the second straight year that the Tigers have had    Randy Tolson, 1999-2002                              22
                                                   multiple first team selections. Last season, three players     Pat Healey, 2004-07                                  22
                                                   earned All-CAA first team status.
                                                      A starter in 10 of 19 games this year, Cisneros ranks      Tigers’ Career Points List                       Points
                                                   second on the team with five goals and six assists. He         Alfonso DeMares, 1998-2001                          125
                                                   scored both goals in the Tigers’ 2-1 overtime victory over    Wayne Harman, 1953-56                               120
                                                                                                                 Richie Moller, 1995-98                              111
                                                   Stony Brook on September 21.
                                                                                                                 Mike Bruno, 1972-75                                 107
                                                      Horta has played in all 18 games for the Tigers this       Todd Lauber, 1998-2001                               94
                                                   season with 12 starts. He scored two goals with an assist     Ed McCue, 1988-91                                    93
                                                   while helping the Tiger defense allow just 22 goals in 19     Joe Layfield, 1989-91                                 78
                                                   games. He also scored two goals with an assist for the        Pat Healey, 2004-07                                  72
                                                   Tigers.

                                                   Another Year, Another 10 Wins for
                                                   the Tigers
                                                      With an 12-7-1 record heading into Sunday’s CAA
                                                   championship game, the Tigers have posted their fifth
                                                   10-win season in the last seven years. During that
                                                   stretch, the Tigers have averaged nearly nine wins per
                                                   season.
                                                      During the last three years, the Tigers have compiled
                                                   a record of 37-15-7 (.692), including a 15-2-3 mark last
                                                   year as the Tigers were ranked 15th in the nation.
GAME 21            CAA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                         TIGER MEN’S SOCCER GAME NOTES
2007 All-CAA Men’s Soccer                       Tough to Get By Chiles                                         Up Next for the Tigers ...
                                                   In his two seasons as the Tigers’ goalkeeper, senior           A win by the Tigers will secure the program’s sixth
Teams                                           Billy Chiles has become one of the best players at the          conference title and an automatic bid to the 2007 NCAA
First Team                                      position in the history of the program.                         Championships. The 2007 NCAA bracket will be an-
Greg Kilkenny, Northeastern    Sr.      For.       Chiles, who has started all 19 games for the Tigers          nounced on Monday afternoon on ESPNews at 5:30
                                                this season, has recorded 103 saves while allowing 1.06         p.m.
CJ Sapong, James Madison       Fr.      For.
                                                goals per game. He was honored as a first-team All-CAA
Price Thomas, William & Mary   So.      For.
                                                selection at the CAA awards banquet on Thursday eve-
Trevor Banks, Old Dominion     Jr.      Mid.
                                                ning.
Gerson Dos Santos, VCU         Jr.      Mid.
                                                   As a junior, he ranked in NCAA Division I with a
Pat Healey, Towson             Sr.      Mid.
                                                school-record 0.33 goals against average while compil-
A.J. Kulp, Old Dominion        Sr.      Mid.
                                                ing a 7-0-3 record and a .935 save percentage. He al-
David Horst, Old Dominion      Sr.      Def.
                                                lowed just four goals in 1,081 minutes while leading the
Lars Okland, Northeastern      So.      Def.
                                                Tigers to the third round of the NCAA College Cup.
Bryan Ruff, Drexel             Jr.      Def.
                                                   Entering Sunday’s CAA championship game, Chiles
Billy Chiles, Towson           Sr.      Goal    has recorded a career goals against average of 0.79, the
                                                best mark in school history. In addition, his 14 solo shut-
Second Team                                     outs are the eighth most in the program’s history.
Johannes Grahn, Hofstra        Fr.      For.
Jorit Loehr, VCU               Fr.      For.    Tigers’ Career GAA List                                GAA
Sven Meusch, VCU               Sr.      For.    Billy Chiles, 2006-07                                   0.79
Fabio Assumpcao, Drexel        So.      Mid.    Ethan Jennings, 1995-98                                 1.05
Chris Cox, Hofstra             Sr.      Mid.    Tom O’Brien, 1981-84                                    1.06
Rob Youhill, Hofstra           So.      Mid.    Zak Thompson, 2003-05                                   1.16
                                                Rich Pellegrini, 1990-93                                1.23
Nick Zimmerman, JMU            Jr.      Mid.
                                                Chris Hurley, 1999-2001                                 1.32
Dirk Dittrich, VCU             Jr.      Def.    Andy Hicks, 1999-2002                                   1.37
Richard Martinez, Hofstra      So.      Def.
Yomby William, Old Dominion    Sr.      Def.
Evan Newton, Old Dominion      So.      Goal
                                                Healey and Mangione
                                                   Senior midfielder Pat Healey and junior midfielder
                                                Nino Mangione have been teammates at Towson Uni-
Third Team
                                                versity for the last three years and also played together
Cesar Cisneros, Towson         Jr.      For.
                                                at Calvert Hall High School for two years. However, the
Ambane Emmanuel, ODU           So.      For.
                                                connection doesn’t stop there as both Tigers have very
Pat Viray, VCU                 Sr.      For.
                                                strong ties with the Baltimore Blast of the MISL.
Anthony Bafile, Drexel          So.      Mid.
                                                   Healey’s father, Kevin, has been the general manager
Richard Edgar, George Mason    So.      Mid.
                                                of the Blast since 1996 and coached the team for four
Matthijs Maruanaya, VCU        Sr.      Mid.    seasons. Meanwhile, Mangione’s father, Nick, played for
Alexander Volk, Northeastern   So.      Mid.    the Blast in the early 1980s.
Scott Horta, Towson            Fr.      Def.       In addition, Kevin Healey and Nick Mangione played
Brock Jones, William & Mary    Jr.      Def.    soccer at Loyola College. Kevin was a member of Loy-
Pat McCaffery, Drexel          Jr.      Def.    ola’s NCAA Division II national champion team in 1976
Cory Robertson, Drexel         Jr.      Goal    while Nick Mangione was a freshman on the team that
                                                year, earning All-American honors while finishing his ca-
All-Rookie Team                                 reer as the fourth-leading scorer in school history with 47
Thiago Assumpcao, Drexel       Fr.      Mid.    goals and 22 assists.
T.J. Beaulieu, Old Dominion    Fr.      For.
Johannes Grahn, Hofstra        Fr.      For.
Scott Horta, Towson            Fr.      Def.
                                                Home Grown Tigers
                                                   Of the 28 players on the Tigers’ roster, nearly half of
Alan Koger, William & Mary     Fr.      For.
                                                them are products of the State of Maryland. There are
Jorit Loehr, VCU               Fr.      For.
                                                13 Maryland natives on the team, including three former
Allen Lomax, UNC Wilmington    Fr.      Mid.
                                                Calvert Hall standouts.
Andrew McAdams, W&M            Fr.      Goal       In addition, there are two players from the State of
Daniel Roberts, UNCW           Fr.      Mid.    New York (Chris Zecha and Eric Lynch) while five other
Matt Sanford, Northeastern     Fr.      Def.    states are represented.
CJ Sapong, James Madison       Fr.      For.
                                                Tigers from Maryland         Hometown/High School
CAA Player of the Year: Pat Healey, Towson      Billy Chiles (GK)                 Silver Spring/Springbrook
CAA Def. Player of the Year: David Horst, ODU   Rob Nwosu (Def.)                   Glen Burnie/Glen Burnie
CAA Rookie of the Year: CJ Sapong, JMU          Roslin Nzokou (Def.)         Silver Spring/John F. Kennedy
CAA Coach of the Year: Lew Meehl, Drexel        Matt Beckman (Mid.)                     Dundalk/McDonogh
                                                Pat Healey (Mid.)                        Bel Air/Calvert Hall
                                                Brendon Gregoire (Def.)                     Bowie/DeMatha
                                                T.J. Jager (Def.)                      Parkville/Calvert Hall
                                                Nino Mangione (Mid.)                   Parkville/Calvert Hall
                                                Marco Mangione (Mid.)                  Parkville/Calvert Hall
                                                T.J. Thompson (Mid.)              Silver Spring/Springbrook
                                                Sean Aijifowobaje (Def.)           Glen Burnie/Glen Burnie
                                                Eric Finney (Mid.)                     Clarksville/River Hall
                                                Ipolite Aly (Mid.)                  Columbia/Well Hairston
                              2007 Tiger Men's Soccer Statistics
               Towson University Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                          All games

RECORD:                OVERALL                                   HOME               AWAY                   NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES........... (12- 7- 1)                               ( 8- 1- 0)         ( 2- 6- 1)              ( 2- 0- 0)
CONFERENCE.......... ( 7- 4- 0)                               ( 5- 1- 0)         ( 2- 3- 0)              ( 0- 0- 0)
NON-CONFERENCE...... ( 5- 3- 1)                               ( 3- 0- 0)         ( 0- 3- 1)              ( 2- 0- 0)

  DATE            OPPONENT               W/L SCORE     ATT    ## PLAYER                GP   G   A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-AT
  ----------      ---------------------- ---    ----- -----   --------------------------------------------------------------------
  Sep 01          MOUNT ST. MARY'S       W      2-0    327    9 Healey, Pat            20   8   9 25 38 .211 16 .421 3 0-0
  Sep 07       vs Radford University     W      7-2    112    5 Beckman, Matt          20   5   7 17 36 .139 21 .583 1 0-0
  Sep 09       at Loyola College            L   0-3    690    8 Cisneros, Cesar        20   5   6 16 40 .125 23 .575 1 0-0
  Sep 14       at Fairleigh Dickinson       L   1-3    121    22 Ruck, Kevin           20   4   3 11 34 .118 16 .471 3 0-0
  Sep 16       at Adelphi University       T O2 1-1     55    11 Burke, Angus          15   5   0 10 11 .455 10 .909 1 0-0
  Sep 21          STONY BROOK UNIV.      W O2 2-1      291    18 Mangione, Nino        20   4   0   8 14 .286     7 .500 1 0-0
  Sep 29       at #21 Univ. of Californi    LO2 0-1    200    13 Horta, Scott          19   2   1   5   7 .286    3 .429 0 0-0
 *Oct 05          GEORGIA STATE          W      6-0    156    6 Appel-Schumacher,Tom 14     1   3   5   7 .143    3 .429 0 0-0
 *Oct 07          UNC WILMINGTON         W      4-1    176    16 Jager, T.J.           20   1   3   5   4 .250    2 .500 1 0-0
 *Oct 12       at Drexel                    L   1-2    318    20 Thompson, T.J.        15   1   2   4   6 .167    3 .500 0 1-1
 *Oct 14       at Univ. of Delaware      W      3-0    215    12 Zecha, Chris          20   1   1   3   9 .111    5 .556 0 0-0
 *Oct 19          WILLIAM & MARY         W OT 1-0      168    24 Ajifowobaje, Sean     11   1   0   2   8 .125    4 .500 1 0-0
 *Oct 21          OLD DOMINION UNIV.     W      1-0    204    7 Thompson, Kyle          6   1   0   2   1 1.000   1 1.000 0 0-0
 *Oct 28       at Va. Commonwealth          LOT 2-3    217    17 Otero, Xavier         20   0   2   2   5 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
 *Oct 30          JAMES MADISON UNIV.       LOT 1-2    148    19 Mangione, Marco       13   0   1   1   6 .000    2 .333 0 0-0
 *Nov 02       at Hofstra University     W      1-0    377    1 Chiles, Billy          20   0   1   1   0 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
 *Nov 04       at Northeastern Univ.        L   0-2    197    2 Nwosu, Rob             20   0   0   0   4 .000    1 .250 0 0-0
 *Nov 08          GEORGE MASON UNIV.     W      2-0    198    28 Aly, Ipolite           4   0   0   0   2 .000    1 .500 0 0-0
 #Nov 13          WILLIAM & MARY         W      2-1    231    27 Finney, Eric           9   0   0   0   1 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
 #Nov 16       vs Drexel University      W      2-0    250    4 Nzokou, Roslin         14   0   0   0   1 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
* - Colonial   Athletic Association game                      3 Greatwich, Phil        19   0   0   0   1 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
# - Colonial   Athletic Association Tournament                25 Diagne, Yankhoba       2   0   0   0   0 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
                                                              14 Hurkamp, Maxx         20   0   0   0   0 .000    0 .000 0 0-0
TEAM STATISTICS                 TOWSON          OPP              Total............... 20 39 39 117 235 .166 118 .502 12 1-1
---------------------------------------------------              Opponents........... 20 22 27 71 297 .074 128 .431 7 2-2
SHOT STATISTICS..........
  Goals-Shot attempts....       39-235       22-297
  Goals scored average...         1.88         1.06                                        |-GOAL AVERAGE-| |-SAVES-|
  Shot pct...............         .166         .074           ## GOALTENDERS           GP Minutes GA    Avg Sv    Pct W L T Sho
  Shots on goal-Attempts.      118-235      128-297           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  SOG pct................         .502         .431           1 Chiles, Billy          20 1865:51 22 1.06 103 .824 12 7 1         8
  Shots/Game.............         11.8         14.9              Total............... 20 1865:51 22 1.06 106 .828 12 7 1          8
  Assists................           39           27              Opponents........... 20 1865:51 39 1.88 79 .669 7 12 0           3
CORNER KICKS.............           73          122
PENALTY KICKS............          1-1          2-2
OFFSIDES.................           60           38           GOALS BY PERIOD        1st 2nd OT OT2        Total
PENALTIES................                                     --------------------   --- --- --- ---       -----
  Yellow cards...........           22           25           Towson University...     8 29    1   1     -    39
  Red cards..............            0            2           Opponents...........     7 12    2   1     -    22
ATTENDANCE...............
  Total..................         1899         2390           SHOTS BY PERIOD        1st   2nd OT OT2      Total
  Dates/Avg Per Date.....        9/211        9/266           --------------------   ---   --- --- ---     -----
  Neutral Site #/Avg.....        2/181                        Towson University...    92   130 10    3   -   235
                                                              Opponents...........   138   144 13    2   -   297

                                                              SAVES BY PERIOD        1st 2nd OT OT2        Total
                                                              --------------------   --- --- --- ---       -----
                                                              Towson University...    46 51    8   1     -   106
                                                              Opponents...........    31 45    1   2     -    79

                                                              CORNER KICKS BY PRD    1st 2nd OT OT2        Total
                                                              --------------------   --- --- --- ---       -----
                                                              Towson University...    29 41    2   1     -    73
                                                              Opponents...........    66 53    1   2     -   122

                                                              FOULS BY PERIOD        1st   2nd OT OT2      Total
                                                              --------------------   ---   --- --- ---     -----
                                                              Towson University...    91   112   3   7   -   213
                                                              Opponents...........    94   121   5   4   -   224
                                2007 Tiger Men's Soccer Statistics
            Towson University Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                            All games


                                      SEASON                                            CAREER

## Name                 GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% GW PK-ATT                  GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% GW PK-ATT
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9 Healey, Pat           20-20 8 9 25 38 .211 3 0-0 ............ 76-75 25 22 72 157 .159 9 4-3
5 Beckman, Matt         20-9    5 7 17 36 .139 1 0-0 ............ 20-9            5 7 17 36 .139 1 0-0
8 Cisneros, Cesar       20-11 5 6 16 40 .125 1 0-0 ............ 20-11 5 6 16 40 .125 1 0-0
22 Ruck, Kevin          20-6    4 3 11 34 .118 3 0-0 ............ 40-8            8 5 21 63 .127 4 0-0
11 Burke, Angus         15-8    5 0 10 11 .455 1 0-0 ............ 67-54 18 7 43 107 .168 6 0-0
18 Mangione, Nino       20-20 4 0 8 14 .286 1 0-0 ............ 58-45 6 4 16 43 .140 2 0-0
13 Horta, Scott         19-13 2 1 5 7 .286 0 0-0 ............ 19-13 2 1 5 7 .286 0 0-0
6 Appel-Schumacher,Tom 14-7     1 3 5 7 .143 0 0-0 ............ 33-8              4 4 12 28 .143 1 0-0
16 Jager, T.J.          20-17 1 3 5 4 .250 1 0-0 ............ 59-55 1 6 8 12 .083 1 0-0
20 Thompson, T.J.       15-14 1 2 4 6 .167 0 1-1 ............ 67-48 4 8 16 24 .167 1 1-1
12 Zecha, Chris         20-0    1 1 3 9 .111 0 0-0 ............ 20-0              1 1 3 9 .111 0 0-0
24 Ajifowobaje, Sean    11-4    1 0 2 8 .125 1 0-0 ............ 24-4              1 0 2 8 .125 1 0-0
7 Thompson, Kyle         6-0    1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0 ............ 6-0              1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0
17 Otero, Xavier        20-9    0 2 2 5 .000 0 0-0 ............ 39-10 0 2 2 11 .000 0 0-0
19 Mangione, Marco      13-4    0 1 1 6 .000 0 0-0 ............ 13-4              0 1 1 6 .000 0 0-0
1 Chiles, Billy         20-20 0 1 1 0 .000 0 0-0 ............ 33-32 0 1 1 0 .000 0 0-0
2 Nwosu, Rob            20-16 0 0 0 4 .000 0 0-0 ............ 39-35 0 0 0 9 .000 0 0-0
28 Aly, Ipolite          4-0    0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0 ............ 4-0               0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0
27 Finney, Eric          9-0    0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 ............ 10-0              0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0
4 Nzokou, Roslin        14-5    0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 ............ 14-5              0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0
3 Greatwich, Phil       19-17 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 ............ 19-17 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0
25 Diagne, Yankhoba      2-0    0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 ............ 2-0               0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0
14 Hurkamp, Maxx        20-20 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 ............ 40-40 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0
   Total............... 20     39 39 117 235 .166 12 1-1
   Opponents........... 20     22 27 71 297 .074 7 2-2

                              |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----|
## Name                 GP-GS Minutes GA       Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 Chiles, Billy         20-20 1865:51 22 1.06 103 .824 12 7 1                 8
   Career totals        33-32 2947:34 26 0.79 161 .861 19 7 4 14
   Total............... 20     1865:51 22 1.06 106 .828 12 7 1                8
   Opponents........... 20     1865:51 39 1.88        79 .669 7 12 0          3

				
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