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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Media Information ..................................2
Marshall Quick Facts ...............................2
Marshall Sports Information ....................2
Media Outlets.........................................2
2006 Opponents.....................................3
Directions to Sam Hood Field ..................3


THE 2006 SEASON
Outlook .............................................4-5
Roster Information/Breakdown ................5
                                                           GENERAL INFORMATION                                                 2006 MARSHALL
Pronunciation Guide ...............................5       School ................................. Marshall University        MEN’S SOCCER
Head Coach Bob Gray ..........................6-7          Founded .................................................. 1837
                                                           Location .............................. Huntington, W. Va.          SCHEDULE
Assistant Coach Mike Nissim-Sabat ..........7              Enrollment .............................................16,551
Graduate Assistant Coach                                   Nickname ............................... Thundering Herd
                                                           Mascot ................................. Marco, the Buffalo
Peter Underwood ...................................7                                                                           Aug. 25 Fri.      MANHATTAN .......... 7:30 p.m.
                                                           Colors.................................... Green and White
Student-Athlete Biographies ............... 8-13           Facility ......................................Sam Hood Field       Aug. 27 Sun. at Louisville.................... 1 p.m.
                                                              Capacity ............................................. 1,500
2005 Season Statistics and Results ........ 14                Surface ............................... Bermuda Grass            Sept. 1    Fri.   vs. Western Illinois^ ....... 5 p.m.
                                                           Conference .............................. Conference USA            Sept. 3    Sun. vs. DePaul^ ..................... Noon
                                                           Affiliation ..................................NCAA Division I
HISTORY AND RECORDS                                        President .................................... Stephen Kopp         Sept. 6    Wed. CLEVELAND STATE...... 7 p.m.
Sam Hood Field .................................... 15     Athletics Director ........................... Bob Marcum           Sept. 10 Sun. at Western Kentucky....... 3 p.m.
                                                           Associate Athletics Directors ........... Jeff O’Malley
Team and Individual Records ................ 16                                                Beatrice Crane Banford          Sept. 15 Fri.     vs. Portland# ............ 7:30 p.m.
Awards and Honors .............................. 17                                                          David Steele      Sept. 17 Sun. at Washington# ........ 4:30 p.m.
                                                                                                               Dave Reed
Miscellaneous Records .......................... 18                                                      Scott Morehouse       Sept. 23 Sat.     at UAB* ......................... 3 p.m.
Coaching Results .................................. 18                                                                         Sept. 30 Sat.     UCF* ............................ 7 p.m.
All-Time Results .............................. 19-21      COACHING STAFF
                                                           Head Soccer Coach ............................ Bob Gray             Oct. 7     Sat.   at Tulsa* ....................... 8 p.m.
Record vs. Opponents...................... 22-23              Alma Mater ............... Alderson Broaddus, ‘74                Oct. 11    Wed. FIU* ............................. 7 p.m.
Letterwinners ....................................... 24      Overall Record ...........367-170-36 (29 years)
                                                              Record at Marshall........112-94-11 (11 years)                   Oct. 14    Sat.   SOUTH CAROLINA* .... 7 p.m.
                                                           Assistant Coach ..................... Mike Nissim-Sabat
                                                                                                                               Oct. 18    Wed. KENTUCKY* ................. 7 p.m.
UNIVERSITY INFORMATION                                     Graduate Asst. Coach ............. Peter Underwood
                                                           Athletic Trainer ............................. Justin Brewer        Oct. 25    Wed. at Memphis* .................. 8 p.m.
Marshall University ............................... 25     Office Manager .....................Chad Duernberger
                                                                                                                               Oct. 28    Sat.   at SMU* ........................ 8 p.m.
Marshall President Stephen J. Kopp ....... 26              Soccer Office Phone .................... 304-696-4659
                                                                                                                               Nov. 1-5          C-USA Tournament@
Director of Athletics Bob Marcum........... 26             TEAM INFORMATION
Huntington, W.Va. ................................ 27      2005 Record ............................................8-9-2
                                                                C-USA Record/Finish ....................4-3-2/T4th
Conference USA ................................... 28           Home .................................................2-4-0    Home games in CAPS
                                                                Away ..................................................4-2-2   All Times Eastern
                                                                Neutral ...............................................2-3-0   * Conference USA matches
                                                           2005 Postseason                                                     ^Xavier Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio
  DIRECTIONS TO SAM HOOD FIELD                             .................Lost 3-0 in C-USA Semifinals to Tulsa               #Husky Fever Classic, Seattle, Wash.
  From I-64: Take Exit 11 (Hal Greer                       Starters Returning/Lost ................................7/4         *Conference USA match
  Blvd.). Take ramp north toward Hal                       Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................... 16/7             @Tulsa, Okla.
  Greer Blvd. Continue along Hal Greer                     Newcomers .............. 6 (2 freshmen, 4 transfers)
  Blvd. to 5th Avenue. Turn right and
  continue to 21st Street. Turn le . Field                 SPORTS INFORMATION
                                                           Director/Assistant Athletics Director                               CREDITS
  is located to right, behind football sta-
                                                           ................................................Randy Burnside      Editor and Design: Andy Fledderjohann
  dium.
                                                           Graduate Assistant/Soccer Contact                                   Photos: Mike Andrick, Rick Haye and Matt
                                                           ......................................... Andy Fledderjohann        Riley
  From US-52 (Ohio): Follow US-52 east-                    Office Phone ............................... 304-696-4662            Printing: Marshall University Printing
  bound into Chesapeake. Cross the Ohio-                   Office Fax ................................... 304-696-2325          Services
  West Virginia bridge. Turn le onto 5th                   E-mail .....................fledderjohan@marshall.edu
                                                                                                                               Special Thanks To: the entire SID staff:
  Avenue and follow to 21st Street. Turn                   Website ...................................... herdzone.com
                                                           Mailing Address .................... 1801 Third Avenue              Randy Burnside, Andy Boggs, Brandon
  le . Field is located to right, behind
                                                                              Cam Henderson Center, Room 2036                  Parro, Ben Hunt, Sarah Hauck, Chris
  football stadium.
                                                                                                 Huntington, WV 25703          Yandle and Sandra Toppings
 Media Information
                                                                                                 MARSHALL MEDIA OUTLETS
  MARSHALL SPORTS INFORMATION DEPARTMENT                                                         NEWSPAPERS                        TELEVISION STATIONS
                                                                                                 Huntington Herald-Dispatch        WSAZ-TV (NBC)
                                                                                                 946 Fifth Avenue                  P.O. Box 2115
                                                                                                 Huntington, WV 25701              Huntington, WV 25721
                                                                                                 (304) 526-2759/fax 526-2857       (304) 523-5333/fax 697-4325
                                                                                                 Rick McCann, Robyn Rison, Ernie   Keith Morehouse
                                                                                                 Salvatore
  Randy Burnside       Andy Boggs              Brandon Parro             Andy                                                      WCHS-TV (ABC)/WVAH-TV (FOX)
  Assistant AD for     Assistant SID           Assistant SID             Fledderjohann           The Parthenon                     1301 Piedmont Road
  Media Relations                                                        Graduate Asst./         Marshall University               Charleston, WV 25301
                                                                         Men’s Soccer SID        Huntington, WV 26701              (304) 345-4115/fax 345-1849
                                                                                                 (304) 696-6696/fax 696-2519       Mark Martin

                                                                                                 Charleston Gazette                WOWK-TV (CBS)
                                                                                                 1001 Virginia Street East         555 Fifth Avenue
                                                                                                 Charleston, WV 25330              Huntington, WV 25701
                                                                                                 (304) 348-7948/fax 348-1740       (304) 522-4581/fax 523-0545
                                                                                                 Mitch Vingle, Doug Smock          Steve McGehee
  Sarah Hauck          Ben Hunt                Chris Yandle              Sandy Toppings
  Graduate Assistant   Graduate Assistant      Graduate Assistant        Program Assistant       Charleston Daily Mail             WTAP (NBC)
                             Assistant AD for Media Relations ..... Randy Burnside               1001 Virginia Street East         One Television Plaza
                             Graduate Asst./Men’s Soccer SID ...Andy Fledderjohann               Charleston, WV 25330              Parkersburg, WV 26101
                               Office Phone ..................................304-696-4662        (304) 348-4807/fax 348-4847       (304) 485-4588/fax 422-3920
                               Mobile Phone .................................614-288-4942        Chuck Landon                      Jim Wharton
                               Main Office Phone ..........................304-696-5275
                               E-mail........................ fledderjohan@marshall.edu           Ashland Daily Independent         RADIO STATIONS
                             Mailing Address ......................... 1801 Third Avenue         224 17th Street                   Thundering Herd Network
                                                 Cam Henderson Center, Room 2036                 Ashland, KY 41101                 P.O. Box 1360
                                                                    Huntington, WV 25703         (606) 329-1643/fax 324-8434       Huntington, WV 25715
                             Website ........................................... herdzone.com    Rocky Stanley                     (304) 696-2446/fax 696-2325
                                                                                                                                   Steve Cotton
                             CONFERENCE USA OFFICE                                               Ironton Tribune
                             Director .......................................Britton Banowsky
                                                                                                 2903 South Fifth                  WDGG-FM/WRVC-AM
                             MSOC Media Relations Contact ..Courtney Morrison Archer
                                                                                                 Ironton, OH 45638                 P.O. Box 1150
                               Office Phone ..................................214-774-1352
                               E-mail.................................. cmarcher@c-usa.org       (614) 532-1441/fax 532-1506       Huntington, WV 25713
                             Mailing Address ...................5201 N. O’Connor Blvd.           Jim Walker                        (304) 523-8401/fax 523-4848
                                                                                     Suite 300                                     Woody Woodrum
                                                                             Irving, TX 75039    Beckley Register Herald
                             Website .................................... conferenceusa.com      P.O. Drawer P                     WMUL-FM
                                                                                                 801 North Kanawha Street          Marshall University
                                                                                                 Beckley, WV 25801                 Huntington, WV 25701
MEDIA INFORMATION                                                                                (304) 255-4400/fax 255-4427       (304) 696-6640/fax 696-3232
CREDENTIALS                                    telephone available. Media                        Gary Fauber
   Members of the working me-                  members also may use the                                                            WVHU-AM/WKEE-FM
                                                                                                 Bluefield Daily Telegraph          P.O. Box 2288
dia with valid press credentials               sports information office fol-                      P.O. Box 1599                     Huntington, WV 25724
will be admi ed to Sam Hood                    lowing matches.                                   Bluefield, WV 24701                (304)525-7788/fax 525-6281
Field. Press seating is available                                                                (304) 32 7-2811/fax 327-6179      Paul Swann
on a first-come, first-served ba-                MARSHALL ON THE WEB                               Teddy Paynter
sis.                                              For updated information on                                                       WTCR-AM/FM
                                                                                                 Parkersburg News                  Radio Park Road
                                               all of Marshall’s athletics teams,                P.O. Box 1788                     Catlettsburg, KY 41129
GAME DAY                                       please log on to herdzone.com.                    Parkersburg, WV 26101             (606) 739-8427/fax 739-6009
  Updated statistics, score-                                                                     (304) 485-1891                    Judy Eaton
cards and game notes will be                   MARSHALL                                          Dave Poe
provided. Coaches and players                  SPORTS INFORMATION                                                                  WCHS-AM
                                                                                                 Parkersburg Sentinel              P.O. Box 1153
will be available for interviews                  The Marshall Sports Informa-                   P.O. Box 1788                     Charleston, WV 25324
a er the match. Please make in-                tion department will provide                      Parkersburg, WV 26101             (304) 342-8131/fax 344-4745
terview requests with a sports                 updated statistics and flipcards                   (304) 485-1891                    Don Cook
information representative near                with team rosters and notes                       Nick Scala
the end of the match.                          prior to each match. Final game                                                     WQBE-AM
                                                                                                 The Herd Insider                  P.O. Box 871
                                               statistics also will be provided                  945 4th Avenue                    Charleston, WV 25323
TELEPHONE SERVICE                              at the conclusion of each game.                   Suite 200-C                       (304) 744-9691/fax 744-8562
   There is no direct telephone                                                                  Huntington, WV 25701              John Dickensheets
service at Sam Hood Field. A                                                                     (304) 697-0850
member of the sports informa-                                                                    Greg Perry                        WIRE SERVICES
tion staff will have a cellular                                                                                                     Associated Press
                                                                                                                                   500 Virginia St. East
                                                                                                                                   Charleston, WV 25301
                                                                                                                                   (304) 346-0897/fax 345-5282
                                                                                                                                   John Raby


 2    2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                                                       2006 Opponent Information



MANHATTAN JASPERS                                         CLEVELAND STATE VIKINGS                                UAB BLAZERS                                            SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS
Aug. 25 • 7:30 p.m. • Huntington, W. Va.                  Sept. 6 • 7 p.m. • Huntington, W.Va.                   Sept. 23 • 3 p.m. • Birmingham, Ala.                   Oct. 14 • 7 p.m. • Huntington, W.Va.

2005 Record/MAAC............ 1-15-3/1-5-3                 2005 Record/Horizon ......... 0-18-1/0-8-0             2005 Record/C-USA ........... 10-7-1/5-3-1             2005 Record/C-USA ........... 12-7-2/7-1-1
Head Coach ............... Michael Swanwick               Head Coach ......................Ali Kazemaini         Head Coach ...................... Mike Getman          Head Coach .......................Mark Berson
Career Record (Yrs.) .............. 1-15-3 (1)            Career Record (Yrs.) .......176-76-13 (14)             Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 209-119-27 (19)             Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 391-148-45 (29)
Record at MC (Yrs.) ............... 1-15-3 (1)            Record at CSU (Yrs.) ............. 0-0-0 (1st)         Record at UAB (Yrs.) .......167-93-18 (14)             Record at USC (Yrs.) ..... 380-143-45 (28)
SID ......................... Michael Antonaccio          SID .................................... Wendy Peel    SID ..................................Aaron Jordan     SID ................................... Christy Lang
Office Phone ....................718-862-7228              Office Phone ....................216-687-4818           Office Phone ....................205-934-0722           Office Phone ....................803-777-7977
E-mail                                                    E-mail ..................... Fly19705@aol.com          E-mail ....................... jordana@uab.edu         E-mail .....................langc@gwm.sc.edu
 .... michael.antonaccio@manhattan.edu                    Series Info ................Marshall leads, 5-1        Series Info ......................UAB leads, 2-0       Series Info ................Marshall leads, 1-0
Series Info ........................ First Meeting        Last Meeting ....... MU 5, at CSU 3 (2005)             Last Meeting .......UAB 1, at MU 0 (2005)              Last Meeting ....... MU 1, at USC 0 (2005)
Website .......................... gojaspers.com          Website ......................... csuvikings.com       Website ..........................uabsports.com        Website .......................... uscsports.com




LOUISVILLE CARDINALS                                      WESTERN KENTUCKY                                       UCF GOLDEN KNIGHTS                                     KENTUCKY WILDCATS
Aug. 27 • 1 p.m. • Louisville, Ky.                        HILLTOPPERS                                            Sept. 30 • 7 p.m. • Huntington, W. Va.                 Oct. 18 • 7 p.m. • Huntington, W. Va.
                                                          Sept. 10 • 3 p.m.• Bowling Green, Ky.
2005 Record/BIG EAST ...... 5-11-2/2-7-2                                                                         2005 Record/C-USA ............. 7-8-1/2-6-1            2005 Record/C-USA ............. 6-7-6/3-4-2
Head Coach ............................Ken Lolla          2005 Record/Missouri Valley .... 8-8-1/2-5             Head Coach ........................ Brent Erwin        Head Coach ..........................Ian Collins
Career Record (Yrs.) .......209-85-27 (16)                Head Coach ..................... David Holmes          Career Record (Yrs.) ................7-8-1 (1)         Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 146-121-30 (15)
Record at UL (Yrs.) ..............First season            Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 203-205-25 (22)             Record at UCF (Yrs.) ................7-8-1 (1)         Record at UK (Yrs.) .........135-90-23 (12)
SID ...............................Kim Pemberton          Record at WKU (Yrs.) .... 203-205-25 (22)              SID ..................................Cheryl Flesch    SID ..................................... Scott Dean
Office Phone ....................502-852-6581              SID ........................ John Brett Reynolds       Office Phone ....................407-823-2464           Office Phone ....................859-257-3838
E-mail ............ kapemb01@louisville.edu               Office Phone ....................270-745-4298           E-mail ...................cflesch@mail.ucf.edu          E-mail .......................... sdean@uky.edu
Series Info ................Marshall leads, 4-2           E-mail ............ john.reynolds1@wku.edu             Series Info .............Marshall leads, 2-1-1         Series Info ..........Kentucky leads, 11-9-2
Last Meeting ......... at MU 3, UL 1 (1997)               Series Info ........................ First Meeting     Last Meeting ........MU 4, at UCF 4 (2005)             Last Meeting .........MU 0, at UK 0 (2005)
Website ..........................uoflsports.com           Website ......................... wkusports.com        Website ......................... ucfathletics.com     Website ........................ ukathletics.com




WESTERN ILLINOIS                                          PORTLAND PILOTS                                        TULSA GOLDEN HURRICANE                                 MEMPHIS TIGERS
LEATHERNECKS                                              Sept. 15 • 7:30 p.m. • Seattle, Wash.                  Oct. 7 • 8 p.m. • Tulsa, Okla.                         Oct. 25 • 8 p.m. • Memphis, Tenn.
Sept. 1 • 5 p.m. • Cincinnati, Ohio                       Husky Fever Classic
Xavier Tournament                                                                                                2005 Record/C-USA ............. 7-7-7/2-4-3            2005 Record/C-USA ............. 8-8-2/3-4-2
                                                          2005 Record/West Coast .... 6-11-2/3-8-1               Head Coach .................... Tom McIntosh           Head Coach ....................... Richie Grant
2005 Record/Mid-Continent ...6-10-4/3-1-2                 Director of Soccer.................... Bill Irwin      Career Record (Yrs.) .......112-86-19 (11)             Career Record (Yrs.) .......122-82-10 (11)
Head Coach .......................Eric Johnson            Career Record (Yrs.) ............ 28-28-5 (3)          Record at UT (Yrs.) .........112-86-19 (11)            Record at UM (Yrs.) ............. 69-53-8 (7)
Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 113-144-17 (14)                Record at UP (Yrs.) .............. 28-28-5 (3)         SID ................................ Stephanie Hall    SID ...........................Charlie Gillingham
Record at WIU (Yrs.) ........... 58-91-9 (9)              SID ............................... Adam Linnman       Office Phone ....................919-631-2163           Office Phone ....................901-678-2444
SID ............................................... TBA   Office Phone ....................503-943-7731           E-mail .......... stephanie-hall@utulsa.edu            E-mail ............. cgllnghm@memphis.edu
Office Phone ....................309-298-1954              E-mail ........................ linnman@up.edu         Series Info ............................... Tied 1-1   Series Info ................Marshall leads, 1-0
E-mail ........................................... TBA    Series Info ................Portland leads, 1-0        Last Meeting .............UT 3, MU 0 (2005)            Last Meeting .... at MAR 1, MEM 0 (2005)
Series Info ........................ First Meeting        Last Meeting .............UP 2, MU 1 (1998)            Website ................... tulsahurricane.com         Website .........................gotigersgo.com
Website .......................wiuathletics.com           Website .................... portlandpilots.com




                                                                                                                 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL                                  SMU MUSTANGS
DEPAUL BLUE DEMONS                                        WASHINGTON HUSKIES                                     GOLDEN PANTHERS                                        Oct. 28 • 8 p.m. • Dallas, Texas
Sept. 3 • Noon • Cincinnati, Ohio                         Sept. 17 • 4:30 p.m. • Seattle, Wash.                  Oct. 11 • 7 p.m. • Huntington, W.Va.
Xavier Tournament                                         Husky Fever Classic                                                                                           2005 Record/C-USA .............. 14-6-1/8-1
                                                                                                                 2005 Record/C-USA...............8-7-2/4-3-2            Head Coach .............. Schellas Hyndman
2005 Record/BIG EAST ...... 4-11-2/2-8-1                  2005 Record/Pac-10 .......... 10-7-2/3-5-2             Head Coach ...................... Karl Kremser         Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 435-115-43 (29)
Head Coach ........................Craig Blazer           Head Coach ................Dean Wurzberger             Career Record (Yrs.) ..... 331-200-39 (29)             Record at SMU (Yrs.) ......337-91-32 (22)
Career Record (Yrs.) ...............26-58-9/5             Career Record (Yrs.) .......174-76-27 (13)             Record at FIU (Yrs.) ...... 318-161-39 (26)            SID ................................. Claire Schmitt
Record at DU (Yrs.) ................26-58-9/5             Record at UW (Yrs.)........182-84-32 (14)              SID ............................... Margaret Belch     Office Phone ....................214-768-1054
SID ...............................Greg Greenwell         SID .................................... Erin Rowley   Office Phone ....................305-348-6666           E-mail ........................ claires@smu.edu
Office Phone ....................773-325-7546              Office Phone ....................206-685-3118           E-mail ..........................belchm@fiu.edu         Series Info ..................... SMU leads, 1-0
E-mail ................ggreenwe@depaul.edu                E-mail .........erowley@u.washington.edu               Series Info ................Marshall leads, 3-1        Last Meeting ...... SMU 4, at MU 1 (2005)
Series Info ........................ First Meeting        Series Info ........................ First meeting     Last Meeting ............MU 2, FIU 0 (2005)            Website ....................smumustangs.com
Website .............depaulbluedemons.com                 Website ..........................gohuskies.com        Website ........................... fiusports.com




                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3
 Season Outlook
   A er a successful first season in Confer-              and defense. Senior John Daniele will red-
ence USA, the Marshall men’s soccer team                 shirt this season.
aims to ride its wave of momentum from a
strong second half of 2005 to a stellar year             DEFENDERS
in 2006. The Thundering Herd returns 16                     Junior Jeff Lenix earned second-team
le erwinners and seven starters from an 8-               all-conference and third-team all-region
9-2 squad that went 6-2-1 down the stretch               honors last year and is back to anchor the
last year to finish in a fourth-place tie in              Thundering Herd defense.
Conference USA.                                             Senior Nicholas Ademolu earned All-
                                                         Tournament honors at the C-USA Tourna-
THUNDERING HERD BY POSITION                              ment and adds to the Thundering Herd
FORWARDS                                                 experience at defense.
  Marshall returns Karim Boukhemis, a                       Seniors Clayton Cochrane and Sco Le s
second-team All-Conference USA pick last                 return to the fold a er suffering through in-
season, to its front line, as well as Osric              jury-plagued 2005 seasons.
Flores, a Conference USA All-Freshman                       Luke Strimer also saw valuable action in
team selection in 2005. Flores is the team’s             nine matches last year as a freshman and
leading returning scorer a er posting five                should play a big role for the Herd this sea-
goals – including a team-high four game-                 son.
winning goals – and an assist last year,                                                                      Second-team All-Conference USA honoree Jeff Lenix re-
while Boukhemis has the most career goals                GOALKEEPERS                                          turns to anchor the Thundering Herd defense.
(10) of any returning Marshall player.                      Senior goalkeeper Greg Terhune high-
                                                         lights the returning netminders. Terhune             FOUR STARTERS DEPART
                                                                                                                Marshall lost four starters from the 2005
MIDFIELDERS                                              recorded five shutouts last season while
                                                         posting a 2.00 GAA. He enters the season             team to graduation – Jeremy Ashe, Jared
   The Thundering Herd has a wealth of ex-
                                                         sixth in all-time shutouts at Marshall.              Dombrowski, Kirk Gibson and Stanton
perience returning at midfield. Seniors Mi-
                                                            Sophomore Greg Walter (1-0-0, 4.68) and           Smith. The four combined to play in 222 ca-
chael MacDonald has seen extensive time
                                                         junior Brad Kennedy (0-0-0, 4.06) also are           reer matches.
at the midfield position and gives Marshall
a veteran presence there. MacDonald led                  back and will ba le to backup Terhune.
the Herd last season with six assists.                                                                        DEFENSE DEFENSE DEFENSE
   Dana Heimbecker was normally the first                 NEWCOMERS LOOK FOR P.T.                                Defense was the calling card for Mar-
man off bench last year as a freshman and                   Six new faces dot the Marshall roster, al-         shall’s big turnaround last season. The Herd
is expected to play an even bigger role in               though three are quite familiar with each            pitched four-consecutive shutouts from Oct.
2006. Jira Cooley, Brian Chun, Ma Dick-                  other. The trio of Karl Haggon, Jermaine             23-Nov. 11, holding opponents scoreless for
erson, Shintaro Inagaki and Brandon                      Johnson and Avneet Shergill come to                  a school-record 479:17. The Herd allowed
Lacko also played in several matches last                Huntington a er a two-year stint at Tyler            36 goals in the first 10 games in going 2-7-1,
season and will vie for even more playing                Junior College, and all three are expected           but surrendered just seven in the final nine
time this year.                                          to immediately pay dividends in the Mar-             while posting a 6-2-1 mark.
   JD Hill and Nick Daniele redshirted last              shall lineup. West Virginia transfer Kolby
year and are joined by transfer Sterling                 LaCrone, the all-time assists leader in Ohio         GRAY CELEBRATES 30TH YEAR
Flunder and freshman Ma Fessenden in                     high school history, also will vie for a lineup         Reigning Conference USA Coach of the
giving the Herd plenty of depth at midfield               position. The Herd has welcomes in trans-            Year Bob Gray begins his 30th season of
                                                         fer Sterling Flunder, a midfielder/defender           coaching sixth among current coaches in
                                                         from Bothell, Wash., and freshman Ma                 wins (359) and 15th in winning percentage
                                                                                                              (.679). He also stands 13th on the all-time
 2005 RETURNING LEADERS                                  Fessenden, a midfielder/defender from
                                                         Knoxville, Tenn.                                     charts in wins. Gray is in his 12th season at
 Goals                       Points                                                                           Marshall and holds the most all-time wins
 Flores ................ 5   Flores .............. 11                                                         at Marshall with 112.
 Heimbecker ....... 3        Heimbecker ....... 8
 Cooley ............... 2    MacDonald......... 8                                                             NOTING CONFERENCE USA
                                                                                                                 Conference USA consists of nine men’s
 Assists                     Shots                                                                            soccer teams this year a er East Carolina
 MacDonald......... 6                                                                                         dropped its program. UAB, UCF, Marshall,
                             Boukhemis ....... 46
                                                                                                              Memphis, SMU and Tulsa are joined by
 Heimbecker ....... 2        Flores ............... 38
                                                                                                              associate members Florida International,
 3 with 1                    Heimbecker ...... 17
                                                                                                              Kentucky and South Carolina in one divi-
                             J. Daniele ......... 17                                                          sion. All nine teams will face off once. At
 Goalkeepers                                                                                                  the end of the season, the top eight teams
 Terhune ....... 5-0-1, 1.42 GAA, 32 saves                                                                    compete in the league tournament in Tulsa,
 Kennedy .........0-0-0, 4.06 GAA, 5 saves                                                                    Okla. The tournament champion receives
 Walter ............. 1-0-0, 4.68 GAA, 1 save                                                                 the league’s automatic bid in the NCAA
                                                         Karim Boukhemis took a team-best 46 shots in 2005.   tournament.


 4    2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                               Season Outlook
THE ‘06 SCHEDULE                             and Cleveland State at home. All six home         tion to Washington, Marshall has four other
   The Conference USA schedule will be       games will be at night at Sam Hood Field.         first-time competitors on the schedule:
tough as always, featuring a road matchup       Marshall will tackle its first Pac-10 oppo-     Manha an (coached by Marshall alum Mi-
with 2005 NCAA College Cup participant       nent in school history, Washington, when          chael Swanwick), 2005 NCAA Tournament
SMU and a home match with South Caro-        it competes in the Husky Fever Classic in         participant Western Illinois, DePaul and
lina, a 2005 NCAA Tournament contestant.     September. The Herd will ba le Portland           Western Kentucky.
The Herd has a key three-game league         in the opener of the tournament. In addi-
homestand in October, facing FIU, South
Carolina and Kentucky in an eight-day
span. Marshall also plays UCF, Manha an        NUMERICAL ROSTER
                                               No. Name               Pos.    Ht.    Wt.     Yr.                 Hometown/Previous School
                                               0   Greg Walter         GK      6-2   190     So.                 Slippery Rock, Pa./Slippery Rock
                                               1   Greg Terhune        GK      6-4   205     Sr.               Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE                            2   Osric Flores         F      5-9   170     So.                          Everett, Wash./Cascade
Nicholas Ademolu: ADD-uh-MOLE-oo               3   Brandon Lacko      MF/D    5-11   174     So.                          Westerville, Ohio/South
Karim Boukhemis: Boo-KEE-miss                  4   Sterling Flunder   MF/D     6-0   170     So.                     Bothell, Wash./Spokane C.C.
Jira Cooley: JEE-rah                           5   Scott Letts          D     5-10   155     Sr.                Nottingham, England/Chesterfield
                                               6   Matt Fessenden     MF/D    5-11   177     Fr.                   Knoxville, Tenn./Sevier County
Daniele: Dan-YELL-ee
                                               7   Matt Dickerson     MF/D     5-7   152     So.                         Warsaw, Ohio/River View
Karl Haggon: HAG-en                            8   Karim Boukhemis    F/MF     5-8   150     Sr.                  Huntington, W. Va./Huntington
Avneet Shergill: SHARE-gill                    9   Avneet Shergill     MF      6-1   175     Jr.                      Vancouver, Wash./Tyler J.C.
Luke Strimer: STRY-mur                         10 John Daniele         MF     5-11   170     Sr.                      Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
Greg Terhune: TUR-hune                         11 Kolby LaCrone         F      6-0   170     So.                    Zanesville, Ohio/West Virginia
                                               12 Brian Chun           MF      5-6   132     Jr.                        Woodstock, Md./River Hill
                                               13 Nick Daniele        MF/D     6-0   175     Fr.                      Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
BREAKDOWN BY CLASS                             14 Shintaro Inagaki     MF      5-7   152     Sr.                 Tokyo, Japan/Nebraska-Kearney
Seniors (8)                                    15 Jira Cooley          MF     5-11   170     So.                         Seattle, Wash./Redmond
Nicholas Ademolu, Karim Boukhemis,             16 Luke Strimer          D      6-3   165     So.                 Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg
Clayton Cochrane, John Daniele, Shintaro       17 Michael MacDonald    MF     5-11   150     Sr.                Luton, England/Cardinal Newman
Inagaki, Scott Letts, Michael MacDonald,       18 Jeff Lenix          MF/D     5-6   137     Jr.                          Westerville, Ohio/North
                                               19 Clayton Cochrane      D      5-8   165     Sr.                        Morrisville, Pa./Pennsbury
Greg Terhune
                                               20 Jermaine Johnson     MF     5-11   160     Jr.                      Kingston, Jamaica/Tyler J.C.
                                               21 Nicholas Ademolu     MF     5-11   154     Sr.                Windsor, Ontario/Cleveland State
Juniors (6)                                    22 Karl Haggon           D      6-2   180     Jr.     Peterlee, County Durham, England/Tyler J.C.
Brian Chun, Karl Haggon, Jermaine Johnson,     23 Dana Heimbecker      MF      5-8   160     So.      Niagara Falls, Ontario/Westlane Secondary
Brad Kennedy, Jeff Lenix, Avneet Shergill      24 JD Hill              MF      6-0   180     Fr.                 Columbus, Ohio/Dublin Coffman
                                               26 Brad Kennedy         GK     6-0    195     Jr.                     Lewisburg, W.Va./Greenbrier
Sophomores (9)                                 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
Jira Cooley, Matt Dickerson, Osric Flores,     21 Nicholas Ademolu MF/D       5-11    154    Sr.                Windsor, Ontario/Cleveland State
Sterling Flunder, Dana Heimbecker, Brandon     2  Karim Boukhemis   F/MF       5-8    150    Sr.                  Huntington, W. Va./Huntington
Lacko, Kolby LaCrone, Luke Strimer, Greg       12 Brian Chun         MF        5-6    132    Jr.                        Woodstock, Md./River Hill
Walter                                         19 Clayton Cochrane    D        5-8    165    Sr.                        Morrisville, Pa./Pennsbury
                                               15 Jira Cooley        MF       5-11    170    So.                         Seattle, Wash./Redmond
                                               10 John Daniele       MF       5-11    170    Sr.                      Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
Freshmen (3)                                   13 Nick Daniele      MF/D       6-0    175    Fr.                      Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
Nick Daniele, Matt Fessenden, JD Hill          7  Matt Dickerson    MF/D       5-7    152    So.                         Warsaw, Ohio/River View
                                               6  Matt Fessenden    MF/D      5-11    177    Fr.                   Knoxville, Tenn./Sevier County
BREAKDOWN BY STATE/COUNTRY                     2  Osric Flores        F        5-9    170    So.                          Everett, Wash./Cascade
                                               4  Sterling Flunder  MF/D       6-0    170    So.                     Bothell, Wash./Spokane C.C.
Indiana (1)      Washington (4)
                                               23 Dana Heimbecker    MF        5-8    160    So.      Niagara Falls, Ontario/Westlane Secondary
Greg Terhune     Jira Cooley                   22 Karl Haggon         D        6-2    180    Jr.     Peterlee, County Durham, England/Tyler J.C.
Maryland (1)     Osric Flores                  24 JD Hill           MF/D       6-0    180    Fr.                 Columbus, Ohio/Dublin Coffman
Brian Chun       Sterling Flunder              14 Shintaro Inagaki   MF        5-7    152    Sr.                 Tokyo, Japan/Nebraska-Kearney
Ohio (7)         Avneet Shergill               20 Jermaine Johnson   MF       5-11    160    Jr.                      Kingston, Jamaica/Tyler J.C.
                                               26 Brad Kennedy       GK       6-0     195    Jr.                     Lewisburg, W.Va./Greenbrier
John Daniele     West Virginia (3)
                                               3  Brandon Lacko     MF/D      5-11    174    So.                          Westerville, Ohio/South
Nick Daniele     Karim Boukhemis               11 Kolby LaCrone       F        6-0    170    So.                    Zanesville, Ohio/West Virginia
Matt Dickerson   Brad Kennedy                  18 Jeff Lenix        MF/D       5-6    137    Jr.                          Westerville, Ohio/North
JD Hill          Luke Strimer                  5  Scott Letts         D       5-10    155    Sr.                Nottingham, England/Chesterfield
Brandon Lacko    International (7)             17 Michael MacDonald MF        5-11    150    Sr.                Luton, England/Cardinal Newman
Colby LaCrone    Nicholas Ademolu,             9  Avneet Shergill    MF        6-1    175    Jr.                      Vancouver, Wash./Tyler J.C.
                                               16 Luke Strimer        D        6-3    165    So.                 Parkersburg, W. Va./Parkersburg
Jeff Lenix       Dana Heimbecker               1  Greg Terhune       GK        6-4    195    Sr.               Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North
Pennsylvania (2) (Canada)                      0  Greg Walter        GK        6-2    190    So.                 Slippery Rock, Pa./Slippery Rock
Clayton Cochrane Karl Haggon, Scott
Greg Walter      Letts, Michael                Head Coach: Bob Gray (Alderson-Broaddus, ‘74), 12th season
Tennessee (1)    MacDonald (England)           Assistant Coach: Mike Nissim-Sabat (Mary Washington College, ‘03), first season
                                               Graduate Assistant Coach: Peter Underwood (Concord University, ‘06), first season
Matt Fessenden   Shin Inagaki (Japan)
                                               Team Trainer: Justin Brewer
                 Jermaine Johnson              Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mike Cochran
                 (Jamaica)


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 Coaching Staff
   Marshall University
men’s soccer head coach                              CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Bob Gray embarks on                                  • ranks sixth among NCAA Divison I active coaches    • inducted into NAIA Hall of Fame in 1998
his 30th season as a head                              with 367 victories
                                                                                                          • led University of Mobile to a No. 2 ranking in
coach this year, including
                                                     • holds 13th-most victories among all-time NCAA        Men’s Soccer Top 20 in 1993
his 12th at the helm of the                            Division I coaches
Marshall program. With                                                                                    • guided Alderson-Broaddus College to four Top 10
just four losing seasons                             • stands 15th among NCAA Division I active             finishes - 1981 (2nd), 1983 (3rd), 1988 (2nd),
in his career, Gray sports PERSONAL                    coaches with a .672 career winning percent-          1991 (3rd)
an impressive 367-170-36 Born                          age
                                                                                                          • named National Soccer Coaches Association of
mark.                        December 8, 1952,
                                                     • one of 12 active head coaches in Division I with     America (NSCAA) National Coach of the Year
   Among current coaches, in Trenton, N.J.             300 or more career wins                              (1991)
Gray stands sixth in wins
(367) and tied for 15th Children                     • named 2005 Conference USA Coach of the             • has only four losing records in 29 seasons as a
in winning percentage Nicole, age 20                   Year                                                 head coach
(.672). All-time, he holds Matthew, age 16
                                                     • guided Marshall to its first Mid-American Confer-   • has coached 30 All-Americans and six Academic
the 13th-most wins and                                                                                      All-Americans
                             College                   ence championship in 2000
42nd-best winning per-
                             Alderson-Broaddus,
centage.                                             • named Gary Palmisano Mid-American Confer-          • inducted into Alderson-Broaddus Athletic Hall of
                             Bachelor’s, 1974
   Last year, Gray record- Trenton State,              ence Coach of the Year in 2000 after leading         Fame in 1993
ed one his best coaching Master’s, 1975                Marshall to a school-record 14 wins and a share
                                                       of regular-season league title                     • guided Mobile to No. 2 ranking in NAIA in 1993
efforts, leading Marshall
                                                                                                            and 1994
to a 4-3-2 mark in its inaugural season in
Conference USA, one of the top soccer leagues
in the nation. He was honored by his league        A&M. In 2000, Gray passed Jack DeFazio for             becoming one of only 10 active Division I
coaching peers as the Conference USA Coach         first place on the all-time victory list in Mar-        coaches to achieve that milestone.
of the Year following the season.                  shall men’s soccer history. In 11 seasons with           Gray came to Marshall a er an extremely
   In 2004, Gray became the first Marshall          the Herd, Gray has a 112-94-11 record.                 successful stint at the University of Mobile.
men’s soccer coach to eclipse the 100-win            Gray won his 300th career game in 1998               In three seasons at Mobile, Gray compiled
plateau in the Herd’s 1-0 win over Alabama         when the Herd defeated Eastern Michigan,               a 47-12-4 record. The three-year stint was
                                                                                                          highlighted in 1994 when Mobile went 21-4
                                                                                                          and reached the NAIA National Champion-
GRAY’S COACHING RECORD                             CONFERENCE RECORD
Year School                      W-L-T       Pct
                                                                                                          ship game.
                                                   Year School                       W-L-T         Pct
2005 Marshall                    8-9-2     .474    2005 Marshall (C-USA)             4-3-2         625      Gray spent 14 years as head coach at Al-
2004 Marshall                    10-7-3    .575    2004 Marshall(MAC)                3-2-1        .583    derson-Broaddus College from 1978-91. Gray
2003 Marshall                    6-13-0    .316    2003 Marshall(MAC)                2-4-0        .333    guided his team to five appearances in the
2002 Marshall                    8-10-0    .444    2002 Marshall(MAC)                3-2-0        .600    NAIA National Tournament. In those five ap-
2001 Marshall                    12-7-0    .632    2001 Marshall(MAC)                3-3-0        .500    perances, Gray’s teams finished second (1981
2000 Marshall                    14-5-1     .725   2000 Marshall(MAC)                4-2-0        .667
1999 Marshall                    9-11-1    .452    1999 Marshall(MAC)                3-3-1        .500
1998 Marshall                    11-9-1    .548    1998 Marshall(MAC)                4-4-0        .500
1997 Marshall                    13-6-1    .675    1997 Marshall(SoCon)              4-2-1        .643
1996 Marshall                    11-7-2    .600    1996 Marshall(SoCon)              4-1-1        .750
1995 Marshall                   10-10-0    .500    1995 Marshall(SoCon)              3-3-0        .500
1994 Mobile                      21-4-0    .840    1994 Mobile(GCAC)
1993 Mobile                      12-3-3     .750   1993 Mobile(GCAC)
1992 Mobile                      14-5-1     .725   1992 Mobile(GCAC)
1991 Alderson-Broaddus           13-4-2     .737   1991 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 5-1-0           .833
1990 Alderson-Broaddus           14-3-2     .789   1990 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 5-0-1           .917
1989 Alderson-Broaddus           14-6-1    .690    1989 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 3-2-0           .600
1988 Alderson-Broaddus           20-4-2    .808    1988 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 3-0-0          1.000
1987 Alderson-Broaddus           18-1-2    .905    1987 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 4-0-0          1.000
1986 Alderson-Broaddus           14-4-0     .778   1986 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC)
1985 Alderson-Broaddus           15-1-2    .889    1985 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC)
1984 Alderson-Broaddus           13-5-1     .711   1984 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC)
1983 Alderson-Broaddus           16-4-3     .761   1983 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC)
1982 Alderson-Broaddus           13-4-2     .737   1982 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 2-0-2            .625
1981 Alderson-Broaddus           16-5-2     .739   1981 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC)
1980 Alderson-Broaddus           13-6-0    .684    1980 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 4-1-0            .800
1979 Alderson-Broaddus           13-5-1     .711   1979 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 3-0-1            .875
1978 Alderson-Broaddus            9-5-1    .633    1978 Alderson-Broaddus(WVIAC) 3-1-0            .750
1977 Baptist College (S.C.)      7-7-0     .500    1977 Baptist College (S.C.)(None) 0-0-0        .000
Marshall Totals (11 years)     112-94-11   .541    Marshall Totals (11 years) 37-29-6            .556
Career Totals (29 years)      367-170-36   .672    Career Totals (29 years)        69-34-12      .652


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                                                                                                                 Coaching Staff
DIVISION I WINNINGEST ACTIVE MEN’S SOCCER COACHES (by wins)                                      MIKE NISSIM-SABAT
Coach, Team                                          Yrs.     Won       Lost    Tied    Pct.     Assistant Coach, first season
1. Michael Parker, UNC Greensboro                     30      451       155      24     .735
2. Schellas Hyndman, Southern Methodist               29      435       115      43     .770                           Mike Nissim-Sabat is in
3. John Rennie, Duke                                  34      425       196      45     .672                         his first season as assistant
4. Tom Martin, James Madison                          29      399       134      44     .730                         coach for the Marshall
5. Mark Berson, South Carolina                        29      391       148      45     .708                         men’s soccer program.
6. Bob Gray, Marshall                                29       367       170      36     .672                         He served as a volunteer
7. Ralph Lundy, College of Charleston                 30      351       224      39     .603                         assistant coach in 2005 for
8. Gary Parsons, Oakland                              25      332       116      49     .717                         the Thundering Herd.
9. Bob Reasso, Rutgers                                26      331       158      70     .655                           In 2004, Nissim-Sabat
   Karl Kremser, Florida International                29      331       200      39     .615     held the assistant coach position for the
                                                                                                 men’s soccer program at Roanoke College.
and 1988) and third (1983 and 1991) twice.                        PETER UNDERWOOD                A 2003 graduate of the University of Mary
On his way to 255 wins, Gray became one                           Graduate Assistant,            Washington, Nissim-Sabat played four years
of the winningest coaches in NAIA history.                        first season                    at center midfielder for his alma mater and
Gray was a five-time Area Coach of the Year                                                       twice earned Scholar-Athlete All-America
and was named NSCAA National Coach of                                  Peter Underwood is        honors.
the Year in 1991. He also was named West                            marking his first season as      He also nabbed first-team All-Capital
Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference                        a graduate assistant coach
                                                                                                 Athletics Conference honors his junior and
Coach of the Year five times and captured                            for the Thundering Herd.
                                                                                                 senior years and was team captain his final
seven league titles.                               Underwood played le wing in England
   On Nov. 21, 1998, Gray was inducted to the   and had professional trials before signing for   three years. Nissim-Sabat also has extensive
NAIA Hall of Fame in Birmingham, Ala.           Concord University in 2002. He played one        experience coaching at the youth and club
   Gray has become very involved in the local   year at Concord before the men’s program         levels. He currently holds a National GK
and national soccer communities. He is the      was discontinued. Underwood then served          Diploma and an Advanced National Diploma
director of the local West Virginia Rowdies     as a student assistant coach with the women’s    from the NSCAA.
youth club teams, which have had three          program at Concord for the last three seasons,      He also is the coach of the Player Develop-
state champions. He also is chairman of the     while also coaching club soccer and working      ment Program of the West Virginia Soccer
player selection commi ee for the MLS Player    with the English Premier League’s Charlton
                                                                                                 Club and works throughout the club.
Combine. In 2004 he was appointed to the        Athletic. He graduated from Concord Uni-
                                                                                                    A native of Fredricksburg, Va., Nissim-
USSF National Instructional Staff.               versity in May 2006 with a B.S. (Hons) degree
  Gray’s love of the game shows in his coach-   in Sport Psychology.                             Sabat was born July 25, 1981. In addition
ing philosophy. He stresses hard work but          Underwood holds several coaching li-          to coaching, he also is working toward his
also the importance of having fun – a combi-    censes, through the NSCAA, English FA,           master’s degree in athletic administration
nation that has proven to be overwhelmingly     and UEFA.                                        at Marshall.
successful.                                        A London, England, native, Underwood
                                                was born Nov. 24, 1983.
                                                                                                 MEN’S SOCCER SUPPORT STAFF




                                                                                                      Mike Cochran         Justin Brewer
                                                                                                      Strength and         Athletic Trainer
                                                                                                      Conditioning
                                                                                                      Coach




                                                                                                      Brandon Moro         Chad Duernberger
                                                                                                      Manager              Office Manager




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 The Marshall Thundering Herd
                                                                             2003 ... one of three Marshall players to appear in all 18 matches ...
                    21 Nicholas Ademolu                                   tied for team lead with 35 shots ... recorded two goals in freshman sea-
                                                                          son ... notched first career goal in 2-1 loss at No. 12 UAB ... scored only
                    Senior                                                goal of game in 1-0 win over Bowling Green.
                                                                             Prior to Marshall …a ended St. Joseph High School as freshman ...
                    Midfield/Forward
                                                                          a ended Huntington High School from sophomore to junior year ... his
                    5-11, 154                                             teams were sectional champion all four years ... was regional champion
                    Windsor, Ontario/W.F. Herman                          three times ... First-Team All-State player ... won midfielder of the year
                                                                          honors ... was leading goal scorer in high school.
   2005 … played in all 19 matches with 18 starts … scored lone goal of      Personal … born Jan. 16, 1985, in Huntington, W. Va. … son of Rabah
season in 2-0 Conference USA tournament win over FIU … named to           and Dawne Boukhemis … major is biology/pre-med.
C-USA All-Tournament team.
   2004 … competed in 11 matches, starting two … scored three goals         BOUKHEMIS’ CAREER STATISTICS
and chipped in an assist for seven points … played well down the sea-       Year   GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                   Points     GWG
son’s stretch, recording all seven points in the final four matches …        2003   18-17 35    2     0                         4          1
notched goals in Buffalo and Radford matches and Western Michigan
                                                                            2004   19-15 37    7     2                         16         3
tournament match … assisted on Karim Boukhemis’ goal vs. Illinois-
Chicago.                                                                    2005   16-14 1     1     3                         3          0
   2003 (Cleveland State) … named to Horizon League All-Newcomer            Career 53-46 73    10    5                         23         4
Team … played alongside brother, Stephen, who was named Horizon
League player of the year … scored three goals, including game winner

                                                                                               12 Brian Chun
at Loyola … also scored in losses to Duquesne and Butler … added as-
sist in 2-1 win over Niagara … appeared in all 20 games, starting 17.
   Prior to Marshall … a ended W. F. Herman Secondary.
   Personal … born Nov. 20, 1982, in Windsor, Ontario … son of Bola                            Junior
and Barbara Ademolu … father played for Nigerian National Team …                               Midfield
has six siblings … majoring in business management.                                            5-7, 145
                                                                                               Woodstock, Md./River Hill
  ADEMOLU’S CAREER STATISTICS
  Year     GP-GS Shots Goals Assists               Points    GWG              2005 … played in 14 games while starting five … recorded a shot on
  2003* 20-17       3  1     7                     13        1            goal in the Pi sburgh contest.
  2004     11-2     3  1     7                     17        0                2004 … played in 10 matches and started two.
  2005     19-18    1  0     2                     9         0                Prior to Marshall … won 2004 Virginia State Title with Reston FC
                                                                          ... a ended high school at River Hill ... in 2003, earned First Team All-
  Career 50-37 7       2     16                    39        1
                                                                          Metro Baltimore, First Team All-Metro Washington, First Team All-
  *at Cleveland State                                                     County, First Team All-State and First Team All-Region ... high school
                                                                          was 3A Maryland State Champions in 2002 and 2003 ... recorded seven
                                                                          goals and seven assists in senior year.
                    8 Karim Boukhemis                                         Personal … born Oct. 18, 1986, in Baltimore, Md. … son of Mee and
                                                                          Kwang Chun … has two sisters, Lillian and Margaret … majoring in
                    Senior                                                sports management and marketing.
                    Midfield/Forward
                                                                            CHUN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                    5-8, 165
                                                                            Year   GP-GS Shots Goals               Assists     Points     GWG
                    Huntington, W.Va./Huntington
                                                                            2004   10-2  3      0                  0           0          0
  2005 … Second-team All-Conference USA honoree … C-USA Com-                2005   14-5  5      0                  0           0          0
missioner’s Honor Roll selection … tied for fourth in C-USA with 46         Career 24-7  8      0                  0           0          0
shots … third in conference in shots per game (2.88) … scored goal in
                               tie at UCF … assisted on Osric Flores’
                               game-winning goal at South Carolina
                               … notched season-high six shots in 1-0                          19 Clayton Cochrane
                               win over Memphis.
                                  2004 … Academic All-MAC honoree                              Senior
                               … played in 19 matches and started 15                           Defense
                               … led Thundering Herd in goals (7),                             5-8, 165
                               game-winning goals (3) and scoring                              Morrisville, Pa./Pennsbury
                               (16) … tallied winning goals in both
                               double-overtime contests of UCF/adi-         2005 … redshirted … named to C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
                               das Kickoff Classic, leading Herd to          2004 … played in all 20 matches for the Herd and started 16 … re-
                               tournament title … also notched the        corded two assists to give him three in his Marshall career … assists
                               game-winning score in Northern Il-         came in Wright State and Pi sburgh contests … took a career-best 14
                               linois match … assisted on Jeremy’s        shots and put seven on goal.
                               Ashe’s game-winning goal vs. Rad-            2003 ... started six matches while appearing in seven for the Herd ...
                               ford.


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                                                                                     The Marshall Thundering Herd
assisted on Kirk Gibson’s goal in 2-1 loss at Birmingham Southern ...       ing Green … took 17 shots and put nine on goal.
took three shots.                                                              2003 … appeared in five matches during freshman season a er
   2002 … played in 13 matches and started six as freshman … had four       breaking his foot before season started … struggled with hamstring
shots during season ... helped lead defense to four shutouts.               injury at end of year … three of six shots were on goal.
   Prior to Marshall … three-year varsity starter for Pennsbury High           Prior to Marshall … two-time league champions at St. Charles High
School … scored three goals and added eight assists his senior season …     School … Team MVP... All-District first team … first-team all-league …
helped lead team to a 16-5-3 record and the Suburban I League Cham-         team’s leading scorer … two-year captain … club team, Premier Adi-
pionship … named second team All-League his senior season … was a           das, won three state championships … regional semi-finalists.
second team all-league selection his junior year … team won Suburban           Personal … born Sept. 13, 1985, in Columbus, Ohio … son of Mar-
I League championship junior year … named honorable mention all-            tin and Paula Daniele … brother, Nick, is a freshman on the Marshall
league his sophomore season … selected to play in Philadelphia Senior       men’s soccer team … also has a sister, Gina … majoring in Spanish.
All-Star Classic … selected to play at FC Delco College Showcase.
   Personal … born Aug. 2, 1983, in Bristol, Pa. … parents are Ed and         DANIELE’S CAREER STATISTICS
Diane Cochrane … major is sports management.                                  Year   GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                  Points     GWG
                                                                              2003   5-2    6     0     0                       0          0
  COCHRANE’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                              2004   18-11  17    2     0                       4          0
  Year   GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                  Points     GWG
                                                                              2005   19-18  17    0     0                       0          0
  2002   13-6     4  0     0                        0          0
                                                                              Career 42-31 40     2     0                       4          0
  2003   7-6      3  0     1                        1          0
  2004   20-16    14 0     2                        2          0
  2005   Redshirted
  Career 40-28 21    0     3                        3          0                                13 Nick Daniele
                                                                                                Freshman
                                                                                                Midfield/Defense
                    15 Jira Cooley                                                              6-0, 175
                                                                                                Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
                    Sophomore
                    Midfield                                                    2005 … redshirted … C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.
                    5-11, 170                                                  Prior to Marshall … three-year varsity starter at St. Charles Prepara-
                    Seattle, Wash./Redmond                                  tory School … two-year team captain … first-team All-CCL in 2003 and
                                                                            2004 … two-time defensive MVP (2003-04) and team MVP in 2004 …
   2005 … played in 14 games while starting four … scored first career       earned second-team all-district honors in 2004 … played club ball with
goal in loss to Campbell … notched second goal in win at Radford …          Premier Adidas, where he was a member of state championship team.
put all three of his shots on goal with two resulting in goals.                Personal … born June 9, 1987 … son of Martin and Paula Daniele …
   Prior to Marshall … earned team MVP honors in 2002 and all-league        brother, John, is a senior on the Marshall men’s soccer team … also has
laurels in 2003 … notched all-league honors in football in 2002 and 2003    a sister, Gina … expecting to major in geography.
… club team finished second in state in 2004 and scored three goals in
championship game of 2001 Nomads Tournament in San Diego to lead
team to title.
   Personal … born Oct. 12, 1985 … son of Jay Cooley … father ran                               7 Matt Dickerson
cross country at Brigham Young … also has cousin who competes on
Thailand’s rugby national team … has one brother, Pone (18) … has not                           Sophomore
declared a major.                                                                               Midfield/Defense
                                                                                                5-7, 152
  COOLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                    Warsaw, Ohio/River View
  Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                   Points     GWG
  2005  14-4   3      2     0                       4          0               2005 … played in a dozen games … made first career start in Dayton
                                                                            contest … C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.
                                                                               Prior to Marshall … earned first-team Eastern District honors in
                                                                            2002, 2003 and 2004 … named first-team ECOL in 2002, 2003 and 2004
                    10 John Daniele                                         … River View High School team was 2004 regional finalist … played
                                                                            club ball with Ohio FC and current Marshall teammate JD Hill and
                    Senior                                                  was member of two state championship teams and the 2004 regional
                    Midfield                                                 finalist squad.
                    5-11, 175                                                  Personal … born Dec. 24, 1986 … has two siblings, Tanner (21) and
                                                                            Austin (14) … enjoys playing sports, watching movies and traveling …
                    Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles
                                                                            planning to major in business.

  2005 … played in all 19 matches and started all but one … C-USA
                                                                              DICKERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.
  2004 … started 11 matches and competed in 18 … recorded the first            Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                   Points     GWG
two goals of his collegiate career, scoring vs. Cleveland State and Bowl-     2005  12-1   3     0     0                        0          0



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                    6 Matt Fessenden                                                          4 Sterling Flunder
                    Freshman                                                                  Sophomore
                    Midfield/Defense                                                           Midfield/Defense
                    5-11, 177                                                                 5-11, 170
                    Knoxville, Tenn./Sevier County                                            Bothell, Wash./Cascade C.C.

   Prior to Marshall … played with Tennessee Futbol Club, five-time           Prior to Marshall … member of Snohomish United club team which
Tennessee state champions and two-time Region III North Central Pre-      won four state championships … won state championship with Sand-
mier League Champions … team also was a 2005 Southern Region III          point Strikers U-19 team … three-time Washington State ODP team
Championship Finalist and 2006 semifinalist and first Tennessee boys        player … two-time Region IV A team player … listed on Topdraw-
team to win the top bracket at Bethesda College Showcase and top          ersoccer.com’s top 100 recruits in the nation list … played in summer
bracket at CASL College Showcase … four-year le erwinner at Sevier        2005 with current Marshall sophomore Osric Flores for Skagit PDL
County H.S. … Freshman Impact Player of the Year … Defensive MVP          team.
sophomore year … two-time team captain and team MVP … two-time               Personal … born Feb. 14, 1986 … parents are Admiral and Toya
PrepExtra Defensive MVP, Region IV Defensive MVP, First-Team All-         Flunder … father wrestled at Western Washington University … has
State and First-Team Sports Writers All-State.                            sister, Montoya (26) and brother, Julian (23) … plans to major in biol-
   Personal … born Nov. 1, 1987 … parents are Chris and Denise Fes-       ogy.
senden and Sarah Lawson … father played tennis at Tennessee-Martin
… full name is David Ma ox Fessenden … has one sister, Hannah (14)

                                                                                              22 Karl Haggon
… grandfather played baseball at Maryville College and was dra ed
into pro baseball … plans to major in computer science … enjoys classic
cars, snowboarding and music.
                                                                                              Junior
                                                                                              Defense
                                                                                              6-2, 180
                    2 Osric Flores                                                            Peterlee, County Durham, England/Tyler J.C.
                    Sophomore
                                                                             2004-05 (Tyler J.C.) … 2006 First-Team Junior College All-American
                    Forward
                                                                          at Tyler Junior College, where he teamed with current Marshall players
                    5-9, 170                                              Avneet Shergill and Jermaine Johnson … also served as team captain in
                    Everett, Wash./Cascade                                2005 … team took third place at 2004 and 2005 regional tournament …
                                                                          played high school soccer at Dene House Comprehensive.
   2005 … named to Conference USA All-Freshman team … led Mar-               Personal … Born Sept. 24, 1984 … son of Allan and Nancy Stewart …
shall and tied for second in Conference USA with four game-winning        has sister, Tara (19) and brother, Ajay (5) … planning to major in sports
goals … tied for second on team with five                                  management … enjoys jigsaw puzzles … sporting hero is Stuart Pierce,
goals and third with 38 shots … all but one                               former soccer player for England.
of his goals were game-winning tallies …
scored game-winning goals in Cleveland

                                                                                              23 Dana Heimbecker
State, South Carolina and Radford games as
well as FIU match in C-USA Tournament …
scored Herd’s first goal in 2-1 win over then-
No. 25 Tulsa … also added assist on Stanton                                                   Sophomore
Smith’s goal in Cleveland State contest.                                                      Midfield
   Prior to Marshall … named first-team                                                        5-8, 155
All-WESCO in 2002, 2003 and 2004 …                                                            Niagara Falls, Ontario/Westlane Secondary
team’s leading scorer his sophomore and
senior years … team captain his junior and
                                                                             2005 … played in 17 games with two starts … scored game-winning
senior years … played all four years on var-
                                                                          goal with just 53 seconds remaining in second half in Herd’s 1-0 win
sity squad … played club with FC Alliance Parma and was runner-up
                                                                          over Memphis … also tallied goals in Pi sburgh and UCF contests …
at state in 2003 and at 2004 Diadora Championships.
                                                                          assisted on Kirk Gibson’s goal in Cleveland State game … earned assist
   Personal … born Feb. 22, 1986 … son of Allen Flores and Lupe Flores
                                                                          on Nicholas Ademolu’s goal in FIU match in C-USA Tournament.
… stepmother is Audrey Zahnow … has two brothers, Jason (24) and
                                                                             Prior to Marshall … four-year starter and leading scorer for West-
Erik (22) … also enjoys surfing and wakeboarding … planning to major
                                                                          lane Secondary School … spent time in Berlin, Germany, training with
in business.
                                                                          Junior Bundasliga squads … led his U-18 league in midfielder scoring
                                                                          with 18 goals in 25 games … also played with Club Italia Juventus …
  FLORES’ CAREER STATISTICS                                               member of South Region Soccer League and Dun Leavy championship
  Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                  Points    GWG          teams … also competed in volleyball and swimming.
  2005      19-15     38       5        1          11        4               Personal … Born Aug. 6, 1985, in Calgary, Alberta … son of Louise
                                                                          Antonio and Randy Heimbecker … father won a silver medal for Al-
                                                                          berta in 1971 Canada Winter Games in Saskatoon … plans to major in
                                                                          athletic therapy.


 10      2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                  The Marshall Thundering Herd
                                                                            Prior to Marshall … played at Camperdown High School, where he
  HEIMBECKER’S CAREER STATISTICS                                         was coached by Barrington Gaynor, former player for MU head coach
  Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                 Points    GWG          Bob Gray and four-time All-American at Alderson Broaddus Col-
  2005     17-2      17       3        2          8         1            lege … member of championship team in 2005 Long Island Under-23
                                                                         League and Brooklyn League … played on Jamaica U17 team and was
                                                                         led team in assists out of high school.
                                                                            Personal … born June 7, 1983 … has one daughter, Shamaine, who
                   24 JD Hill                                            was born in 2003 … planning to major in sports management and mar-
                                                                         keting … enjoys listening to music, singing, dancing and spending
                   Freshman                                              time with loved ones … enjoys Bob Marley and Sizzle … hails from the
                   Midfield                                               same high school as Claude Hunt, former Marshall soccer standout …
                                                                         favorite role model is Zinidine Zidane of France because of his “tre-
                   6-0, 180
                                                                         mendous contribution as a soccer player.”
                   Dublin, Ohio/Coffman

   2005 … redshirted … C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.                            26 Brad Kennedy
   Prior to Marshall … 2004 Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year
… first-team All-Ohio, All-District, All-Region and All-OCC in 2004                           Sophomore
… scored eight goals and added 14 assists in senior campaign to lead                         Goalkeeper
his Dublin Coffman squad to district championship … team earned                               6-0, 195
district championship his senior year … four-year varsity le erwinner
                                                                                             Lewisburg, W.Va./Greenbrier
and two-year team captain … played nine years with Ohio F.C. Xtreme
and member of five state championship teams … Ohio High School
Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.                       2005 … played in FIU and Radford matches … C-USA Commission-
   Personal … born Aug. 18, 1987, in Columbus, Ohio … parents are        er’s Honor Roll selection.
Dave and Donna Hill … enjoys playing cards, football and basketball,        2004 … took a hardship waiver a er season-ending injury.
listening to music and working out … plans on studying pre-dentistry        Prior to Marshall … played club ball for Beach F.C. and Atlantic
and pre-pharmacy.                                                        Soccer Club … won 1999 Snickers Cup for Virginia … earned special
                                                                         awards in each of his two years at the University of Virginia soccer
                                                                         camp … named co-captain and MVP every year from eighth grade
                                                                         through his senior year.
                   14 Shintaro Inagaki                                      Personal … born Oct. 31, 1985, in Chicago, Ill. … grew up in Virginia
                                                                         Beach, Va. … son of Jeffrey and Denise Kennedy Graves … majoring in
                   Senior                                                sports management and marketing.
                   Midfield/Defense
                   5-7, 152                                                KENNEDY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                   Tokyo, Japan/Nebraska-Kearney                           Year GP-GS Mins. GA Avg. Saves W                       L     T    Sho
                                                                           2005    2-0      88:45    4    4.06    5        0      0     0    0
   2005 … played in nine games and started UAB contest … C-USA
Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection … recorded one of Marshall’s
biggest goals of season with game-winning tally at the 72:40 mark of
Tulsa game.
                                                                                             3 Brandon Lacko
   Prior to Marshall … graduated from International Christian Univer-
                                                                                             Sophomore
sity High School in Tokyo in 2000 … a ended University of Nebraska-
Kearney for 2 1/2 years before transferring to Marshall.                                     Midfield/Defense
   Personal … born May 6, 1983 … son of Shinji and Junko Inagaki …                           5-11, 174
majoring in advertising.                                                                     Westerville, Ohio/South

  INAGAKI’S CAREER STATISTICS                                               2005 … played in seven matches and started Dayton game … took
  Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                 Points    GWG          first career shot in Tulsa C-USA tournament match … C-USA Commis-
  2005     9-1       4        1        0          2         1            sioner’s Honor Roll selection.
                                                                            Prior to Marshall … team captain at Westerville South High School
                                                                         in 2004 … twice named to All-Ohio Capital Conference team … team
                                                                         MVP in 2003 and 2004 … four-year le erwinner … played club soccer
                   20 Jermaine Johnson                                   with Premier Adidas … club team earned state and regional champion-
                                                                         ships and No. 3 national ranking during his tenure.
                   Junior                                                   Personal … born March 5, 1987 … son of Tony and Renae Lacko …
                   Midfield                                               has three siblings: Bre (17), Michella (16) and Kendyll (13) … enjoys
                   5-11, 160                                             fishing, snowboarding and four-wheelers … plans on majoring in busi-
                                                                         ness management.
                   Kingston, Jamaica/Tyler J.C.
                                                                           LACKO’S CAREER STATISTICS
   2004-05 (Tyler J.C.) … was NJCAA all-region selection in 2005 …
team took third place at 2004 and 2005 regional tournament … played        Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                     Points       GWG
alongside current Marshall teammates Karl Haggon and Avneet Sher-          2005  7-1    1      0     0                         0            0
gill for coach Steve Clements.

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                    11 Kolby LaCrone                                                             5 Scott Letts
                    Sophomore                                                                    Senior
                    Forward                                                                      Defense
                    6-0, 170                                                                     5-10, 155
                    Zanesville, Ohio/Tri-Valley                                                  Nottingham, England/Chesterfield

   2005 (West Virginia) … competed in 16 matches and started once                2005 … played in six games and started four before missing remain-
for the Mountaineers … played in both of the Mountaineers’ NCAA               der of season with injury … C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selec-
tournament matches.                                                           tion.
   Prior to Marshall … played at Tri-Valley High School, where he                2004 … started four of six contests in which he played a er coming
holds state record for career assists with 109 … also is 18th in state his-   back from broken foot in preseason.
tory with 108 career goals … one of just two players in state annals to          2003 … played in nine games in first season with Herd before injur-
record 30 assists and 40 goals in one season (34 assists, 46 goals in 2003)   ing his knee … started five games … played important role in Mar-
… two-time first-team All-Ohio … three-time state champion with club           shall’s defensive success throughout season … named to the Great Brit-
team, Ohio F.C. Xtreme … three-year team captain.                             ish squad for the World Student Games.
   Personal … born Sept. 12, 1986 … son of Keith and Kim LaCrone …               Prior to Marshall … won No ingham County Cup in 1998 … served
has one sibling, Kinsey (17) … enjoys playing cards and spending time         as team captain in 1998 … was 1997 and 1998 Players Player of the
with his close friends … majoring in business finance.                         Year … was 1999 and 2000 player of the year … played on No ingham
                                                                              County and South No s County teams and was captain of both from
  LACRONE’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                 1996-2000 … played at No ingham Forest Academy until age 16.
  Year    GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                   Points    GWG              Personal … born Sept. 17, 1983, in No ingham, England … son of
                                                                              Dawn and Paul Barre … major is sports management.
  2005* 16-1        8 0     0                         0         0
  *at West Virginia
                                                                                LETTS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                Year   GP-GS Shots Goals             Assists    Points    GWG
                                                                                2003   9-5    1     0                0          0         0
                     18 Jeff Lenix                                              2004   6-4    0     0                0          0         0
                                                                                2005   6-4    0     0                0          0         0
                     Junior
                                                                                Career 21-13 1      0                0          0         0
                     Midfield/Defense
                     5-7, 145
                     Westerville, Ohio/North
                                                                                                 17 Michael MacDonald
   2005 … started and played in 18 matches … honored with Second-
Team All-Conference USA and Third-Team All-Great Lakes Region                                    Senior
honors a er stepping up as one of Conference USA’s top defensive                                 Midfield
players … recognized on Dayton Marrio Flyer Classic All-Tourna-                                  5-11, 158
ment Team … switched positions midway through the season, and                                    Luton, England/Cardinal Newman
Marshall went 6-2-1 from then on.
   2004 … made big impact as freshman, playing in all 20 matches and             2005 … played in 18 matches and started nine … led team and tied
starting 13 … posted two goals and three assists for seven points …           for ninth in Conference USA with six assists … C-USA Commissioner’s
scored both of his goals at Bowling Green, including the game winner          Honor Roll selection … assisted on Shin Inagaki’s game-winning goal
… provided assist for Karim Boukhemis’ game-winning goal at UCF               in Tulsa match … provided assists for Osric Flores’ game-winning tal-
… assisted on Salvardor Djeukeng’s game-winning tally vs. Cleveland           lies in Radford match as well as FIU game in C-USA tournament … also
State … also had assist in Western Michigan match … took 25 shots,            assisted on goals in Pi sburgh, Duquesne and SMU games … scored
which tied for second-most on team.                                           first goal in nearly two years in double-overtime win at East Carolina.
   Prior to Marshall … four-year varsity player at Westerville North             2004 … made 13 appearances with seven starts … earned two as-
High School (2000-04) ... led team to state championship in 2003 ... 2003     sists, both of which came at Pi sburgh … had 20 shots, including six
All-American … first-team All-Ohio in 2003 … twice named first-team             on goal.
All-Ohio Capital Conference … 2003 Central District Player of the Year           2003 … was Herd’s top offensive player in 2003 as a freshman … led
… played club soccer with Premier Adidas SC from U10 to U18.                  team in points, goals and game-winning goals and was second in shots
   Personal … Born Dec. 13, 1985 … parents are Thomas and Pamela              and third in assists … scored game winners against Shepherd and Buf-
Lenix ... has three siblings: Jason (26), Amie (29) and Michele (32) …        falo … recorded two goals against Alderson-Broaddus and Shepherd.
major is computer science.                                                       Prior to Marshall … member of Cardinal Newman High School team
                                                                              which won Heinz Ketchup National Soccer Cup in 1999 … scored both
  LENIX’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                   goals in 2-1 victory to win cup … club team won two league champion-
  Year   GP-GS Shots Goals                Assists     Points    GWG           ships … four-time county cup winners.
  2004   20-13  25    2                   3           7         1                Personal … born Nov. 9, 1984, in Luton, England … son of Mick and
  2005   18-18  3     0                   0           0         0             Patricia MacDonald … has two brothers, Shane and Rian … has not
                                                                              declared a major.
  Career 38-31 28     2                   3           7         1


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                                                                                    The Marshall Thundering Herd

  MACDONALD’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                1 Greg Terhune
  Year   GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                  Points    GWG
  2003   17-17 35    5     2                        12        2                                Senior
  2004   13-7  20    0     2                        2         0                                Goalkeeper
  2005   18-9  15    1     6                        8         0                                6-4, 205
  Career 48-33 70    6     10                       22        2                                Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North

                                                                              2005 … started all 19 matches … posted shutouts in four of last sev-
                                                                           en matches, blanking South Carolina, Memphis, Kentucky and FIU …
                    9 Avneet Shergill                                      four shutouts in season rank eighth in single-season chart at Marshall
                                                                           and tied for second last season in Conference USA … now has five ca-
                    Junior                                                 reer shutouts – sixth best in school annals … recorded career-best eight
                    Midfield                                                saves in shutout of South Carolina and was named C-USA Defensive
                                                                           Player of the Week Oct. 17 following that performance … was in goal
                    6-1, 175                                               for all but 43:45 of Herd’s streak of 479:17 without allowing a goal …
                    Vancouver, Wash./Tyler J.C.                            allowed just one goal in six-game stretch from Oct. 16-Nov. 9 … had
                                                                           key save on point-blank shot to preserve 1-0 win over Memphis.
   2004-05 (Tyler J.C.) … 2005 NSCAA Junior College All-West Region           2004 … started five matches and saw action in seven for the Herd …
Team … scored nine goals as wide fielder … team finished season in           recorded first career shutout in win over Longwood.
Junior College Top 15 last two years (two-year team record of 29-6-4)         2003 … played in three games … spent 82 minutes in goal, allowing
… named to Dean’s List and earned Associate’s Degree.                      one goal and making two saves … played 26 minutes in shutout win
   Prior to Marshall … played club soccer for Westside Metros Soccer       over Alderson-Broaddus.
Club in Beaverton, Ore. … scored 45 goals in career at Mountain View          Prior to Marshall … had best record in Lawrence North school his-
High School … led league in goals his senior year.                         tory, finishing 18-3 and winning sectional championship … had a 0.64
   Personal … born Dec. 3, 1985 … parents are Jaswant and Navjot           GAA in senior year … earned All-District and All-State honors as se-
Shergill … mother starred for Track and Field team at Khalsa College       nior … All-County player in junior and senior years … All-Conference
in Punjab, India … has two sisters, Sunny (27) and Renee (25) … major-     in junior and senior years … regional champion as junior … played
ing in economics … enjoys watching English Premier League, where           with the Indiana ODP team … club team, Dynamo, won two state
his favorite team is Liverpool … biggest role model is grandfather, Joga   championships … also le ered in basketball.
Singh, because “he taught me to be strong.”                                   Personal … Born on March 21, 1984, in Stu gart, Germany … par-
                                                                           ents are Terry and Roxanne Terhune … major is sports marketing.

                                                                             TERHUNE’S CAREER STATISTICS
                    16 Luke Strimer                                          Year GP-GS Mins. GA Avg. Saves W                     L    T   Sho
                                                                             2003 3-0         82:36     1    1.09   2        0    0    0   0
                    Sophomore
                                                                             2004 7-5         571:50    9    1.42   32       5    0    1   1
                    Defense
                                                                             2005 19-19       1623:44   36   2.00   70       7    9    2   4
                    6-3, 165
                                                                             Career 29-24     2278:10   46   1.81   104      12   9    3   5
                    Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg

   2005 … played in nine matches, with five starts … recorded first ca-
reer assist and point on Phillip Buffington goal in victory at Cleveland                         0 Greg Walter
State … C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.
   Prior to Marshall … scored 15 goals and added 11 assists during                             Sophomore
career at Parkersburg High School … earned first-team all-state and                             6-2, 180
West Virginia defender of the year honors in 2004 … as team MVP and                            Goalkeeper
captain, led squad to 2004 state runner-up finish … 2004 MSAC Player
of the Year … played in 2004 West Virginia Senior Bowl.                                        Slippery Rock, Pa./Slippery Rock H.S.
   Personal … born April 18, 1987 … parents are John and Anne e Stri-
                                                                              2005 … played in matches against Campbell and Cleveland State …
mer … has one brother, Adam (20) … enjoys fishing, hanging out with
                                                                           earned win at Cleveland State, playing the entire second half while
friends, playing guitar and listening to music … has not declared a
                                                                           recording first career save.
major.
                                                                              Prior to Marshall … goalkeeper for 2003 U.S. club soccer U-16 na-
                                                                           tional championship team … team earned 2004 Pennsylvania West
  STRIMER’S CAREER STATISTICS                                              state championship and 2005 Region 1 Director’s League title … team
  Year  GP-GS Shots Goals Assists                   Points    GWG          also was 2005 regional semifinalist … four-year le erwinner for Slip-
  2005  9-5    0      0     1                       1         0            pery Rock Area High School.
                                                                              Personal … born Dec. 4, 1986 … parents are Gregory and Cynthia
                                                                           Walter … plans to study criminal justice.

                                                                             WALTER’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                             Year GP-GS Mins. GA Avg. Saves W                     L    T   Sho
                                                                             2005 2-0   57:40 3   4.68 1    1                     0    0   0


                                                                                                                                               13
 2005 Season in Review
2005 RESULTS
Date     Opponent                 Score     Att
                                           GOALS SCORED (assists)                                  2005 CONFERENCE USA STANDINGS
Sept 1   vs Temple         W      2-1      Gibson (Ashe), Ashe
                                            155                                                                  Conference USA                        Overall
Sept 3   vs Campbell       L      1-6       211
                                           Cooley                                                  Team     W-L-T Home Away *Pts.           W-L-T    Home Away      Neut
Sept 8   PITTSBURGH        L      4-5      Gibson (Ashe, Smith), Ashe
                                            219                                                    x-SMU    8-1-0   4-0-0 4-1-0 24          14-6-3   7-1-2 7-2-0    0-3-0
                                           (Smith), Smith (Ashe),
                                           Heimbecker (MacDonald)
                                                                                                   y-S.Car. 7-1-1   3-1-0 4-0-1 22          12-7-2   5-3-0 5-3-1    2-1-1
Sept 10 at Cleveland State W    5-3  149 Dombrowski (Smith), Gibson                                UAB      5-3-1   4-1-0 1-2-1 16          10-7-1   5-2-0 4-3-1    1-2-0
                                           (Buffington, Heimbecker), Buffington                      FIU      4-3-2   3-1-1 1-2-1 14          8-7-2    5-2-1 3-4-1    0-1-0
                                           (Strimer), Flores, Smith (Flores)                       Marshall 4-3-2   2-2-0 2-1-2 14          8-9-2    2-4-0 4-2-2    2-3-0
Sept 16 at Dayton          L    0-2  881                                                           Memphis 3-4-2    2-1-1 1-3-1 11          8-8-2    5-2-1 2-5-1    1-1-0
Sept 18 vs Duquesne        LOT 1-2   303 Smith (MacDonald)
Sept 25 WRIGHT STATE L          0-2  159
                                                                                                   Kentucky 3-4-2   2-2-1 1-2-1 11          6-7-6    5-2-2 1-4-3    0-1-1
Sept 30 at UCF*            T2OT 4-4  209 Smith, Heimbecker, Gibson, Boukhemis                      Tulsa    2-4-3   1-1-3 1-3-0 9           7-7-7    3-3-4 2-3-1    2-1-2
Oct 2   at FIU*            L    0-7  141                                                           UCF      2-6-1   2-1-1 0-5-0 7           7-8-1    6-3-1 1-5-0    0-0-0
Oct 7   SMU*               L    1-4  147 Gibson (MacDonald)                                        ECU      0-9-0   0-5-0 0-4-0 0           0-15-1   0-5-0 0-9-1    0-1-0
Oct 9   TULSA*             W    2-1  118 Flores (Gibson), Inagaki (MacDonald)
Oct 14 at ECU*             W2OT 3-2  112 MacDonald, Smith, Smith (Gibson)
Oct 16 at South Carolina* W     1-0  682 Flores (Boukhemis)
                                                                                                   x–Clinched 2005 C-USA Regular Season title and NCAA berth
Oct 21 UAB*                L    0-1  125                                                           y–Clinched 2005 C-USA Tournament title and NCAA berth
Oct 23 MEMPHIS*            W    1-0  244 Heimbecker
Oct 28 at Kentucky*        T2OT 0-0  798
                                                                                                                                       (5) Marshall 2, (4) FIU 0
                                                                                                   2005 C-USA
Nov 2 at Radford           W    3-0  1000 Flores (MacDonald), Smith, Cooley                                                            (8) Tulsa 2, (1) SMU 2 (2OT)
                                                                                                   MEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT
                                           (Gibson)                                                                                    (Tulsa advances on PKs, 5-4)
Nov 9 vs FIU^              W    2-0  -     Flores (MacDonald), Ademolu (Heimbecker)
                                                                                                   Dallas, Texas (hosted by SMU)
                                                                                                                                       Friday, November 11
Nov 11 vs Tulsa^           L    0-3  494                                                           Wednesday, November 9
                                                                                                                                       (2) South Carolina 2, (6) Memphis 1
*C-USA games; *C-USA Tournament, Dallas, Texas, game-winning goal in bold                          (6) Memphis 2, (3) UAB 1
                                                                                                                                       (8) Tulsa 3, (5) Marshall 0
                                                                                                   (2) South Carolina 0,
                                                                                                                                       Sunday, November 13
#    Name                 GP-GS   G    A    Pts   Sh    Sh%     SOG    SOG%       GW     PK-A      (7) Kentucky 0 (2OT)
                                                                                                                                       (2) South Carolina 1, (8) Tulsa 0
7    Smith, Stanton       19-18   7    3    17    53    .132    24     .453       1      0-0       (USC advances on PKs, 3-0)
11   Gibson, Kirk         19-19   5    3    13    33    .152    22     .667       0      0-0
2    Flores, Osric        19-15   5    1    11    38    .132    15     .395       4      0-0      2005 CONFERENCE USA                  All-Conference Second Team
23   Heimbecker, Dana     17-2    3    2    8     17    .176    11     .647       1      0-0
17   MacDonald, Michael   18-9    1    6    8     15    .067    6      .400       0      0-0      HONORS                               F: Jason McLaughlin, UAB
6    Ashe, Jeremy         19-19   2    3    7     24    .083    8      .333       1      0-0      Player of the Year                   F: Andy Metcalf, Memphis
15   Cooley, Jira         14-4    2    0    4     3     .667    3      1.000      0      0-0      Duke Hashimoto, F, SMU               F: Carron Williams, FIU
8    Boukhemis, Karim     16-14   1    1    3     46    .022    16     .348       0      0-0                                           MF: Karim Boukhemis, Marshall
22   Buffington, Phillip   8-0     1    1    3     11    .091    9      .818       0      0-0      Defensive Player of the Year         MF: Sandy Gbandi, UAB
9    Dombrowski, Jared    19-19   1    0    2     11    .091    6      .545       0      0-0
                                                                                                  Greg Reece, D, South Carolina        MF: Matt Wiley, Tulsa
21   Ademolu, Nicholas    19-18   1    0    2     9     .111    5      .556       0      0-0
14   Inagaki, Shintaro    9-1     1    0    2     4     .250    2      .500       1      0-0                                           MF: Kellan Zindel, SMU
16   Strimer, Luke        9-5     0    1    1     0     .000    0      .000       0      0-0      Freshman of the Year                 D: Dejan Jakovic, UAB
10   Daniele, John        19-18   0    0    0     17    .000    6      .353       0      0-0      Mike Gustavson, GK, South Carolina   D: Jeff Lenix, Marshall
12   Chun, Brian          14-5    0    0    0     5     .000    1      .200       0      0-0                                           D: Brandon Stewart, Kentucky
20   Dickerson, Matt      12-1    0    0    0     3     .000    1      .333       0      0-0      Coach of the Year                    GK: Mike Gustavson, South Carolina
18   Lenix, Jeff          18-18   0    0    0     3     .000    1      .333       0      0-0
                                                                                                  Bob Gray, Marshall
25   Hunt, Sean           3-0     0    0    0     1     .000    0      .000       0      0-0
4    Bourassa, Mike       1-0     0    0    0     1     .000    0      .000       0      0-0                                           All-Conference Third Team
3    Lacko, Brandon       7-1     0    0    0     1     .000    0      .000       0      0-0      2005 All-Tournament Team             F: Maurice Hughes, UAB
26   Kennedy, Brad        2-0     0    0    0     0     .000    0      .000       0      0-0      Michael Coburn, Memphis              F: Billy Judino, UCF
5    Letts, Scott         6-4     0    0    0     0     .000    0      .000       0      0-0      Tripp Harkins, Memphis               F: Jerson Monteiro, UAB
1    Terhune, Greg        19-19   0    0    0     0     .000    0      .000       0      0-0      Nicholas Ademolu, Marshall           MF: Eric Burkholder, Tulsa
0    Walter, Greg         2-0     0    0    0     0     .000    0      .000       0      0-0
                                                                                                  Jeremy Ashe, Marshall                MF: Mike D’Agostino, Kentucky
     Total                19      30   21   81    295   .102    136    .461       8      0-0
     Opponents            19      43   35   121   262   .164    125    .477       9      3-6      Kyle Brown, Tulsa                    MF: Bruno Guarda, SMU
                                                                                                  Lawson Vaughn, Tulsa                 MF: Ralph Pace, South Carolina
                     |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |--RECORD--|                                Daniel Wasson, Tulsa                 MF: Jared Rose, FIU
#    Name            GP-GS Mins    GA Avg Svs Pct W        L  T    Sho                            Mike Gustavson, South Carolina       D: Jamie Dabney, Tulsa
1    Terhune, Greg   19-19 1623:44 36 2.00 70    .660 7    9  2    4                              Ryan Leeton, South Carolina          D: Mynor Gonzalez, SMU
26   Kennedy, Brad   2-0   88:45   4 4.06 5      .556 0    0  0    0
0    Walter, Greg    2-0   57:40   3 4.68 1      .250 1    0  0    0
                                                                                                  Ralph Pace, South Carolina           D: Ryan Leeton, South Carolina
     TEAM                  0:00    0 0.00 5      1.000 0   0  0    1                              Eric Szeszycki, South Carolina       GK: A.J. Robles, UAB
     Total           19    1770:09 43 2.19 81    .653 8    9  2    5
     Opponents       19    1770:09 30 1.53 106 .779 9      8  2    6                              All-Conference First Team            All-Freshman Team
                                                                                                  F: Josh Alcala, S. Carolina          David Levine, F, East Carolina
Team saves: 5                                                                                     F: Kyle Brown, Tulsa                 Levi Coleman, F/MF, FIU
                                              CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD
                                                        1st 2nd OT OT2 Total                      F: Duke Hashimoto, SMU               Judah Hernandez, F, FIU
GOALS BY PERIOD
          1st 2nd OT OT2 Total                Marshall 39 50 0 2       91                         MF: David Chun, SMU                  Osric Flores, F, Marshall
Marshall 12 17 0 1       30                   Opponents 41 44 2 5      92                         MF: Dayton O’Brien, Memphis          Tripp Hawkins, MF, Memphis
Opponents 12 30 1 0      43                                                                       MF: Mike Sambursky, USC              Danny Lopez, D, SMU
                                              FOULS BY PERIOD                                     MF: Lucas Scudeler, FIU              Bruno Guarda, MF, SMU
SHOTS BY PERIOD                                         1st 2nd OT OT2 Total                      D: Jay Needham, SMU                  Ryan Mirsky, D, SMU
          1st 2nd OT OT2 Total                Marshall 148 150 6 1     305
                                                                                                  D: Greg Reece, South Carolina        Jeff Harwell, MF, SMU
Marshall 137 147 7 4     295                  Opponents 135 145 7 4    291
                                                                                                  D: Thomas Senecal, Kentucky          Mike Gustavson, GK, South Carolina
Opponents 122 134 4 2    262
                                              ATTENDANCE SUMMARY                                  GK: Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky        Chris Clements, D. Tulsa
SAVES BY PERIOD                                                               MU           OPP                                         Eric DeFreitas, MF, Tulsa
          1st 2nd OT OT2 Total                Total.......................... 1012 ....... 3972                                        Two-Boys Gumede, MF, UAB
Marshall 43 36 1 1       81                   Dates/Avg Per Date .... 6/169...... 8/496                                                Mike Mattson, F, UCF
Opponents 42 57 4 3      106                  Neutral Site #/Avg ..... 5/233



 14      2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                                                                               Sam Hood Field
   The Marshall University men’s                  dering Herd fans
soccer team is marking its 11th                   fill the stands,
season at its home facility, Sam                  giving the soccer
Hood Field. The Thundering                        programs a dis-
Herd has defended its home pitch                  tinct home field
well in the first 10 years, posting                advantage.
a 54-21-5 mark (.706).                               Arguably, the
   Sam Hood Field was built                       most exciting
in 1995, thanks to a generous                     aspect of Sam
donation from local business-                     Hood Field is the
man and former Marshall men’s                     playing surface
soccer coach Sam Hood. Prior to                   itself, Bermuda
1996, the Herd played its home                    grass. Bermu-
games on the artificial surface of                 da grass is the
James F. Edwards Field. Since the                 world’s premier
completion of the facility, local                 surface for soc-
interest in soccer has skyrock-                   cer and Marshall
eted. The men’s program enjoys                    University is one
outstanding fan support. On                       of the northern-
several occasions, Herd soccer                    most schools in the nation to have               athletes with the very best and                         at the field.
crowds have gone well above                       such a surface.                                  Sam Hood Field is no exception.                            The men’s soccer team utilizes
the 1,000 mark.                                      Marshall University is commit-                In 1997, lights were added to the                       strength and conditioning fa-
   The facility features perma-                   ted to having the finest facilities               field giving the Thundering Herd                         cilities in the Marshall Facilities
nent bleachers with field level                    in Conference USA and is con-                    soccer teams the flexibility to                          Building at Joan C. Edwards Sta-
seating for over 1,500 fans. On                   stantly upgrading all athletics                  host night matches and in 1998                          dium and the new weight room
soccer game days, vocal Thun-                     venues to provide its student-                   a new scoreboard was erected                            facility next to the stadium.


MARSHALL AT SAM HOOD FIELD                        2000 (8-0-1)                                     2004 (6-2-1)                                            2005 (2-4-0)
54-21-5 overall (.706)                            9/6   Charleston (W. Va.)......W ...2-0          9/18 Cleveland State ...........W ...3-2                9/8   Pittsburgh ...................L.....4-5
1996 (7-3-2)                                      9/20 Winthrop ....................W ...4-0       10/3 Northern Illinois ..........W ...3-1               9/25 Wright State................L.....0-2
9/1   Radford (ot) ................T ....1-1      9/27 Transylvania ................W ...9-0       10/8 Akron .........................T ....0-0           10/7 SMU ...........................L.....1-4
9/4   Liberty ........................L.....1-2   9/29 Buffalo........................W ...3-0     10/16 Alabama A&M .............W ...1-0                 10/9 Tulsa ..........................W ...2-1
9/7   Howard (ot) ................L.....0-1       10/1 Akron (ot) ...................W ...3-2      10/17 Longwood ...................W ...2-0              10/21 UAB............................L.....0-1
9/21 Wofford ......................W ...5-1       10/4 Ohio State (ot) ............T ....0-0       10/20 VMI ............................L.....0-2         10/23 Memphis .....................W ...1-0
9/25 West Virginia ...............W ...2-1        10/8 Wright State................W ...1-0        10/24 Buffalo........................W ...4-1
9/29 Georgia Southern (ot) ..T ....1-1            10/17 West Virginia ...............W ...2-1      10/29 Illinois-Chicago ............L.....1-2
10/6 Davidson ....................W ...2-0        10/22 Kentucky.....................W ...4-0      10/31 Radford ......................W ...2-1
10/19 Appalachian State........W ...6-0
10/20 Salem-Teikyo ...............W ...5-0        2001 (7-1-0)
                                                  9/1   Cleveland State ...........W ...3-2
                                                                                                      MARSHALL TEAM RECORDS AT SAM HOOD FIELD
10/24 Mt. Olive .....................W ...2-1
                                                                                                      Most Goals in a Game
10/30 Charleston (W. Va.)......L.....1-2          9/5   High Point ...................L.....1-2
                                                  9/19 Liberty ........................W ...3-0
                                                                                                      9 .................................................................. vs. Transylvania, 9/27/00
11/6 Kentucky.....................W ...2-0
                                                  9/28 Western Michigan ........W ...3-2                                                                       vs. Alderson-Broaddus, 10/21/03
1997 (7-0-0)                                      9/30 Northern Illinois ..........W ...3-1
9/19 Northern Illinois ..........W ...4-2         10/14 Bowling Green.............W ...1-0            Most Assists in a Game
9/23 Louisville.....................W ...3-1      10/30 Marietta ......................W ...6-0       11 ...................................................................... vs. Marietta, 9/19/01
9/27 VMI ............................W ...4-2     11/3 Mount St. Mary’s .........W ...3-0
10/3 Eastern Michigan .........W ...2-0                                                               Most Points in a Game
10/5 Bowling Green.............W ...1-0           2002 (5-2-0)                                        25 .....................................................vs. Alderson-Broaddus, 10/21/03
10/10 Western Michigan ........W ...1-0           9/10 Marietta ......................W ...8-0
10/15 Lincoln Memorial .........W ...7-0          9/15 Robert Morris ..............W ...2-0           Most Shots in a Game
                                                  10/6 Buffalo........................L.....1-2       35 ............................................................. vs. Salem-Teikyo, 10/20/96
1998 (4-3-0)                                      10/11 Elon ...........................W ...3-0
9/26 Vanderbilt ...................W ...2-0       10/13 Virginia Tech ...............L.....1-2        INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
9/27 South Alabama ............W ...3-2           10/25 Northern Illinois ..........W ...6-5          Most Goals in a Game
10/2 Kentucky.....................L.....1-2       11/8 Northern Illinois ..........W ...2-1           3 ...................................................... Ian Leggat vs. Howard, 10/17/99
10/13 West Virginia ...............L.....0-2                                                                                                               Byron Carmichael vs. Akron 10/1/00
10/20 Miami .........................W ...2-0     2003 (4-4-0)                                                                                           Byron Carmichael vs. Liberty 9/19/01
10/23 Akron .........................L.....1-2    9/1   St. Peter’s ...................L.....1-2
                                                                                                                                                           Byron Carmichael vs. Elon 10/11/02
10/25 Buffalo........................W ...3-1     9/5   High Point ...................W ...1-0
                                                  9/19 William & Mary ............L.....1-4
                                                                                                      Most Assists in a Game
1999 (4-2-1)                                      9/26 Western Michigan ........L.....1-4
                                                                                                      2 ........................................................................................ Numerous
9/1   Virginia Tech (ot) .........L.....1-2       10/5 Shepherd ....................W ...3-0
9/5   Salem-Teikyo ...............W ...6-0        10/21 Alderson Broaddus ......W ...9-0
                                                  10/24 Bowling Green.............W ...1-0            Most Points in a Game
9/24 Northern Illinois ..........W ...1-0
                                                  9/26 Kentucky.....................L.....0-1         7 ...................................................... Ian Leggat vs. Howard, 10/17/99
9/26 Western Michigan (ot) .T ....2-2
10/10 Eastern Michigan .........W ...1-0
10/15 Bowling Green (ot) ......L.....1-2                                                              Most Saves in a Game
10/17 Howard.......................W ...5-0                                                           10 .......................................................... Joe Nebel vs. Akron, 10/8/04



                                                                                                                                                                                                            15
 Awards and Records
TEAM RECORDS                                 All-South Atlantic Team                          All-Mid-American Conference                    Jared Dombrowski ................. 2005
GOALS                                        Kerwin Skeete ....................... 1989       First Team                                     Kirk Gibson ........................... 2005
Game: 15                                     Brian Ragone ........................ 1991       Norman Dotch ...................... 1997       JD Hill ...............................2005
                                             Claude Hunt.......................... 1997       Claude Hunt.......................... 1997     Shintaro Inagaki...............2005
  vs. Kentucky Christian ......9/2/80
                                             David Husbands .................... 1997         Tom Greenawalt .................... 1998       Brad Kennedy ...................2005
  at Kentucky Christian ... 10/21/82                                                          Byron Carmichael .................. 2000       Brandon Lacko ..................2005
Season: 58 ......................... 1982    All-Southern Conference                          Byron Carmichael .................. 2001       Scott Letts ........................2005
                                             First Team                                       Byron Carmichael ................. 2002        Michael MacDonald ..........2005
ASSISTS                                      Scott Jackson ........................ 1982      Firas Al-Samarrie ................... 2004     Joshua Morgan...................... 2005
Game: 12                                     Andy Zulauf .......................... 1982                                                     Stanton Smith ....................... 2005
  vs. Kentucky Christian ......9/2/80        Scott Jackson ........................ 1983      All-Mid-American Conference                    Luke Strimer .....................2005
Season: 57 ......................... 1982    Brad Puryear ......................... 1983      Second Team
                                             Brad Puryear ......................... 1984      Hugo La Reservee ................. 1997        MAC Newcomer of the Year
                                             Scott Laskowitz ..................... 1984       Hugo La Reservee ................. 1998        Norman Dotch ...................... 1997
POINTS                                       Sean Fouts ........................... 1984      Wayne Bennett ..................... 1998       Byron Carmichael .................. 1999
Game: 42                                     Brad Puryear ......................... 1985      Wayne Bennett ..................... 1999
  vs. Kentucky Christian ......9/2/80        Bill Datin............................... 1985   Taly Goode ........................... 2000    MAC Player of the Year
Season: 173 ........................ 1982    Steve Fischer ........................ 1985      Dennis Ahebwa ..................... 2000       Byron Carmichael .................. 2000
                                             Andy Zulauf .......................... 1985      Vivian Baku........................... 2000    Byron Carmichael .................. 2002
SAVES                                        Kerwin Skeete ....................... 1989       Chris Donovan ...................... 2000
Game: 21                                     Mark Taylor ........................... 1990     Dave Spaulding ..................... 2000      Great Lakes All-American
  at Appalachian State .... 10/19/80         Kerwin Skeete ....................... 1990       Wayne Bennett ..................... 2001       Claude Hunt.......................... 1997
                                             Brian Ragone ........................ 1991       Dennis Ahebwa ..................... 2001
Season: 169 ........................ 1990
                                             Kurt Mueller .......................... 1991     Firas Al-Sammaraie................ 2001        All-Great Lakes Region
                                             Shawn Sizemore.................... 1993          Brent Sobczak ....................... 2001     Second Team
SHOTS                                        Ryan LaPointe ....................... 1993       Chris Donovan ...................... 2002      Byron Carmichael .................. 2000
Game: 68                                     Claude Hunt.......................... 1996       Paul Dirou............................. 2002   Byron Carmichael .................. 2001
  at Kentucky Christian ... 10/21/82         David Husbands .................... 1996         Brent Sobczak ....................... 2002
Season: 384 ........................ 1990                                                     Mike Barbera......................... 2004     All-Great Lakes Region
                                             All-Southern Conference                          Kirk Gibson ........................... 2004   Third Team
MOST GOALS ALLOWED                           Second Team                                                                                     Jeff Lenix ..........................2005
                                             Paul Mutart ........................... 1989     All-Conference USA
Game: 11
                                             David Vollmer ....................... 1989       Second Team                                    All-Mideast Region
  Appalachian State ........ 10/24/79        Lance Kovar .......................... 1990      Karim Boukhemis .............2005              Second Team
  Alabama-Huntsville ...... 10/28/79         Ryan LaPointe ....................... 1990       Jeff Lenix ..........................2005      Tom Greenawalt .................... 1998
  Furman ......................... 11/7/87   Ryan LaPointe ....................... 1992                                                      Wayne Bennett ..................... 1999
Season: 78 ......................... 1979    Mike Glasgow........................ 1993        Conference USA
                                             Brent Patterson ..................... 1994       All-Freshman Team                              All-East Regional
QUICKEST TWO GOALS                           Keith Dumas ......................... 1995       Osric Flores .......................2005       Scholar-Athlete Team
 0:24 Eastern Kentucky .. 10/9/81            Robert Risley ........................ 1995                                                     Michael Givens ...................... 1998
                                             Chan Roush .......................... 1995       Conference USA
                                             Chris Carroll .......................... 1996    All-Tournament Team                            MVP Cleveland State
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY
                                             Keith Dumas ......................... 1996       Jeremy Ashe ......................... 2005     Tournament
  15 Kentucky Christian ...9/2/80            Richard Orrick ....................... 1996      Nicholas Ademolu .............2005             Ian Leggat ............................ 1998

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT                     Southern Conference                              MAC Coach of the Year                          MVP Virginia Classic
  11 Furman ................ 11/7/87         All-Tournament                                   Bob Gray .............................. 2000   Tournament
     Ala.-Huntsville ..... 10/28/79          Kerwin Skeete ....................... 1989                                                      Tom Greenawalt .................... 1998
                                             Lance Kovar .......................... 1990      Conference USA
                                             Ryan LaPointe ....................... 1990       Coach of the Year                              MVP Nike Goal Rush Classic
                                             Tim Pribe .............................. 1991    Bob Gray .............................. 2005   Jeremy Williams .................... 2001
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS                           James Hall ............................ 1991                                                    Byron Carmichael .................. 2001
Goals                                        Shawn Sizemore.................... 1991          Academic All-MAC
Game: 6 .... Hossein Afzalirad               Mike Glasgow........................ 1993        Tom Greenawalt .................... 1998       MVP FIU Tournament
 vs. Kentucky Christian ......9/2/80         John Stevens ........................ 1993       Brent Sobczak ....................... 2002     Byron Carmichael .................. 2001
                                             Rob Risley ............................ 1995     Jeremy Ashe ......................... 2004
Assists                                      Keith Dumas ......................... 1995       Karim Boukhemis .............2004              Virginia Soccer Classic
Game: 4 .... Brad Puryear                    Claude Hunt.......................... 1996       Kirk Gibson ........................... 2004   All-Tournament Team
                                                                                              Joe Nebel ............................. 2004   Firas Al-Samarraie ................. 2004
  at Kentucky Christian ... 10/21/82
                                             Southern Conference                                                                             Jared Dombrowski ................. 2004
                                             Newcomer of the Year                             Academic All-MAC
          4 .... Scott Laskowitz             Kerwin Skeete ....................... 1989       Honorable Mention                              Dayton Flyer Classic
  vs. Delaware Valley ..........9/7/86       Brian Ragone ........................ 1991       David Husbands .................... 1998       All-Tournament Team
                                                                                                                                             Jared Dombrowski ................. 2005
Points                                       Southern Conference Coach of                     Conference USA                                 Jeff Lenix ..........................2005
Game: 12 .. Hossein Afzalirad                the Year                                         Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  vs. Kentucky Christian ......9/2/80        Jack Defazio ......................... 1982      Jeremy Ashe ......................... 2005     Bold indicates current student-
                                             John Gibson .......................... 1990      Karim Boukhemis .............2005              athletes
                                                                                              Clayton Cochrane .............2005
Saves
                                                                                              John Daniele .....................2005
Game: 21 .. Rod Michallas                                                                     Nick Daniele .....................2005
  at Appalachian State .... 10/19/80                                                          Matt Dickerson .................2005


 16      2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                                  Awards and Records
SEASON GOALS                                           SEASON SHUTOUTS
   Player                       Year               G      Player                       Year             SO
1. Byron Carmichael ....... 2000 ............ 18       1. Taly Goode ................. 2000 ........... 7.5
2. Byron Carmichael ....... 2001 ............ 15       2. Richard Orrick ............ 1997 ........... 6.5
   Byron Carmichael ....... 2002 ............ 15       3. Richard Orrick ............ 1996 ..............6
4. Norman Dotch ............ 1997 ............ 14      4. Grant Duff-Cole .......... 1995 ........... 5.5
5. Kurt Mueller ............... 1991 ............ 12   5. Tim Deaton ................ 1984 ..............5
   Andy Zulauf ............... 1982 ............ 12       Tim Deaton ................ 1985 ..............5
7. Andy Zulauf ............... 1985 ............ 11       Dave Papalia .............. 1983 ..............5
8. Byron Carmichael ....... 1999 ............ 10       8. Dave Papalia .............. 1982 ..............4
   Paul Mutart ................ 1989 ............ 10      Mark Taylor ................ 1989 ..............4
   David Vollmer ............. 1989 ............ 10       Greg Terhune .......... 2005 ............4

SEASON ASSISTS                                         CAREER GOALS
   Player                       Year               A       Player                       Years            G
1. Greg Ogle .................. 1982 ............ 10   1. Byron Carmichael ....... 1999-02 ....... 58
   Andy Zulauf ............... 1981 ............ 10    2. Andy Zulauf ............... 1981-85 ....... 39
   Shawn Sizemore ......... 1993 ............ 10       3. Greg Ogle .................. 1982-85 ....... 28
4. Sean Fouts ................. 1985 ..............9       Scott Laskowitz .......... 1983-86 ....... 28      Byron Carmichael
   Ryan LaPointe ............ 1993 ..............9     5. Ryan LaPointe ............ 1989-93 ....... 18
6. Rick Hulcher............... 1985 ..............8        David Vollmer ............. 1988-91 ....... 18     CAREER SHUTOUTS
   Kurt Mueller ............... 1990 ..............8   7. Kurt Mueller ............... 1990-91 ....... 17        Player                Years                SO
8. Andy Zulauf ............... 1982 ..............7        Willy Merrick .............. 1989-92 ....... 17    1. Taly Goode .......... 1996-00 .............. 15
   Kurt Mueller ............... 1991 ..............7       Mike Glasgow ............. 1990-94 ....... 17      2. Richard Orrick ..... 1996-98 ........... 13.5
   Chris Peckich .............. 1982 ..............7   10. Kirk Gibson ................ 2002-05 ....... 15    3. Mark Taylor ......... 1987-90 .............. 11
   Scott Jackson ............. 1982 ..............7        Shawn Sizemore ......... 1990-93 ....... 15        4. Tim Deaton ......... 1984-85 .............. 10
   Scott Cravens ............. 1982 ..............7                                                           5. Dave Papalia ....... 1982-83 ................9
   Robert Ngumire .......... 2002 ..............7      CAREER ASSISTS                                         6. Greg Terhune ... 2003-present .....5
                                                          Player                       Years            A     7. Ryan Payne ......... 1991-94 ................4
SEASON POINTS                                          1. Andy Zulauf ............... 1981-85 ....... 27
   Player                       Year      G/A/P        2. Ryan LaPointe ............ 1989-93 ....... 18         SEASON HIGHS
1. Byron Carmichael ....... 2000 .... 18/5/41          3. Greg Ogle .................. 1982-85 ....... 16       Wins                        14             2000
2. Byron Carmichael ....... 2001 .... 15/3/33          4. Kurt Mueller ............... 1990-91 ....... 15       Losses                      15             1993
3. Byron Carmichael ....... 2002 .... 15/2/32             Shawn Sizemore ......... 1990-93 ....... 15           Goals                       50             2000
4. Kurt Mueller ............... 1991 .... 12/7/31         David Husbands ......... 1995-98 ....... 15           Goals Allowed               63             1994
   Andy Zulauf ............... 1982 .... 12/7/31       7. Rick Hulcher............... 1982-85 ....... 14        Ties                        4              1991
6. Norman Dotch ............ 1997 .... 14/1/29            Scott Laskowitz .......... 1983-86 ....... 14         Winning Percentage          .725           2000
                                                       9. Kirk Gibson ................ 2002-05 ....... 12
                                                                                                                Shutouts                    9              2000
SEASON SAVES                                              Mike Glasgow ............. 1990-94 ....... 12
                                                                                                                Times Shutout               11             1987
    Player                      Year       Saves          Byron Carmichael ....... 1999-02 ....... 12
                                                                                                                Overtime Matches            9              1998
1. Mark Taylor ................ 1990 .......... 164
2. Mark Taylor ................ 1988 .......... 152    CAREER POINTS
                                                                                                                SEASON LOWS
3. Mark Taylor ................ 1987 .......... 151        Player               Years         G/A/P
                                                                                                                Wins                        1             1979
4. Mark Taylor ................ 1989 .......... 116    1. Byron Carmichael 1999-02 ...58/12/128
5. Dave Templeton ......... 1986 .......... 115        2. Andy Zulauf ........1981-85 ...39/27/105              Losses                      5             2000
6. Ryan Payne ................ 1993 .......... 107         Greg Ogle ...........1982-85 .... 28/16/72           Goals                       12            1987
7. Dave Papalia .............. 1983 .......... 105     4. Scott Laskowitz ...1983-86 .... 28/14/70              Goals Allowed               18            2000
8. Ryan Payne ................ 1992 ............ 99    5. Ryan LaPointe .....1989-93 .... 18/18/54              Ties                        0        five times
9. Taly Goode ................. 1999 ............ 98   6. Ian Legget ..........1996-99 .... 20/10/50            Winning Percentage          .115          1979
10. Tim Deaton ................ 1984 ............ 95   7. Kurt Mueller ........1990-91 .... 17/15/49            Shutouts                    0             1979
                                                       8. Mike Glasgow ......1990-94 .... 17/12/46              Times Shutout               1             1984
                                                       9. Shawn Sizemore ..1990-93 .... 15/15/45
                                                       10. David Vollmer ......1988-91 ...... 18/9/45           MOST CONSECUTIVE
                                                                                                                Wins ....................................9 (1997)
                                                       CAREER SAVES                                             Losses ................................ 10 (1988)
                                                          Player                Years           Saves           Wins over one team .........................9
                                                       1. Mark Taylor ......... 1987-90 ............ 583           Marietta (1981-present)
                                                       2. Ryan Payne ......... 1991-94 ............ 298         Losses to one team ..........................9
                                                       3. Taly Goode .......... 1996-00 ............ 221          Appalachian State (1983-89)
                                                       4. Dave Papalia ....... 1982-83 ............ 199         Shutouts ......................4 (1997, 2005)
                                                       5. Dave Templeton .. 1986-89 ............ 156            Defensive Scoreless Mins ..479:17 (2005)
Greg Terhune


                                                                                                                                                               17
 Miscellaneous Records
YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS                                                                             POSTSEASON HISTORY
Year    Name                    G        A    P                                                          1988 - Southern Conference Tournament
1979    Hossein Afzalirad       6        3    15                                                         First Round - VMI 1, Marshall 0
1980    Hossein Afzalirad       8        1    17
1981    Andy Zulauf             9        10   28                                                         1989 - Southern Conference Tournament
1982    Andy Zulauf             12       7    31                                                         First Round - Furman 7, Marshall 2
1983    Andy Zulauf             7        5    19
                                                                                                         1990 - Southern Conference Tournament
1984    Sean Fouts              9        2    20
                                                                                                         First Round - The Citadel 2, Marshall 0
1985    Andy Zulauf             11       3    25
1986    Scott Laskowitz         9        5    23
                                                                                                         1991 - Southern Conference Tournament
1987    Mehdi Jeddi             2        2    6                                                          First Round - Marshall 3, Appalachian State 1
1988    David Vollmer           4        0    8                                                          Second Round - Furman 3, Marshall 0
        Mike Swanwick           3        2    8
1989    Paul Mutart             10       6    26                                                         1992 - Southern Conference Tournament
1990    Kurt Mueller            5        8    18                                                         First Round - Davidson 9, Marshall 1
1991    Kurt Mueller            12       7    31
1992    Willy Merrick           4        3    11                                                         1993 - Southern Conference Tournament
1993    Shawn Sizemore          7        10   24                                                         First Round - Marshall 3, Davidson 2
1994    Mike Glasgow            9        4    22                                                         Second Round - Furman 4, Marshall 0
1995    Chan Rousch             9        4    22
1996    David Husbands          8        3    19                                                         1994 - Southern Conference Tournament
1997    Norman Dotch            14       1    29                                                         First Round - Davidson 3, Marshall 1
1998    Tom Greenawalt          8        1    17
1999    Byron Carmichael        10       2    22                                                         1995 - Southern Conference Tournament
2000    Byron Carmichael        18       5    41                                                         First Round - Marshall 2, VMI 0
2001    Byron Carmichael        15       3    33                                                         Second Round - Furman 3, Marshall 1
2002    Byron Carmichael        15       2    32
2003    Michael MacDonald       5        2    12                                                         1996 - Southern Conference Tournament
                                                                                                         First Round - Marshall 2, The Citadel 1
2004    Karim Boukhemis         7        2    16
                                                                                                         Second Round - Georgia Southern 2, Marshall 0
2005    Stanton Smith           7        3    17    Stanton Smith
                                                                                                         1997 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
Year    Record       Pct.     Conf.     Pct.       Head Coach                    Postseason              First Round - Miami 2, Marshall 0
1979    1-11-1       .115     1-5-1     .214       Ed Saad                              None
1980    3-14-0       .176     0-8-0     .000       Ed Saad                              None             1998 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
1981    6-8-2        .438     2-4-2     .375       Sam Hood                             None             First Round - Bowling Green 2, Marshall 0
1982    13-6-0       .684     5-2-0     .714       Jack Defazio                         None
1983    10-10-0      .500     4-2-0     .667       Jack Defazio                         None             1999 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
1984    12-6-0       .667     2-4-0     .333       Jack Defazio                         None             First Round - Marshall 2, Buffalo 1
1985    10-7-1       .583     3-3-0     .500       Jack Defazio                         None             Second Round - Northern Illinois 2, Marshall 1
1986    5-11-2       .333     1-4-0     .200       Jack Defazio                         None
1987    4-14-0       .222     0-4-0     .000       Jack Defazio                         None             2000 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
1988    2-14-1       .147     0-4-0     .000       Jack Defazio      1st Round SoCon Tourney             First Round - Marshall 2, Western Michigan 1 (2OT)
1989    7-10-3       .425     1-2-1     .375       Dr. John Gibson   1st Round SoCon Tourney             Second Round- Kentucky 1, Marshall 0
1990    9-10-2       .476     1-1-2     .500       Dr. John Gibson   1st Round SoCon Tourney
1991    9-9-4        .500     2-2-0     .500       Dr. John Gibson  2nd Round SoCon Tourney              2001 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
1992    3-13-2       .222     0-4-2     .167       Dr. John Gibson   1st Round SoCon Tourney             First Round - Marshall 3, Western Michigan 1
1993    5-15-1       .262     2-3-1     .416       Dr. John Gibson  2nd Round SoCon Tourney              Second Round - Akron 2, Marshall 1
1994    4-14-2       .250     1-4-1     .250       Scott Fischer     1st Round SoCon Tourney
1995    10-10-0      .500     3-3-0     .500       Bob Gray         2nd Round SoCon Tourney              2002 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
                                                                                                         First Round - Marshall 1, Northern Illinois, 1
1996    11-7-2       .600     4-1-1     .750       Bob Gray         2nd Round SoCon Tourney
                                                                                                            (Marshall advances, 7-6, in shootout)
1997    13-6-1       .675     4-2-1     .643       Bob Gray            1st Round MAC Tourney
                                                                                                         Second Round- Akron 2, Marshall 2
1998    11-9-1       .575     4-4-0     .500       Bob Gray            1st Round MAC Tourney                (Akron advances, 4-3, in shootout)
1999    9-11-1       .452     3-3-1     .500       Bob Gray                     MAC Semifinals
2000    14-5-1       .725     4-2-0     .667       Bob Gray                   MAC Semifinals*             2003 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
2001    12-7-0       .631     3-3-0     .500       Bob Gray                     MAC Semifinals            First Round - Western Michigan 1, Marshall 0
2002    8-10-0       .444     3-2-0     .600       Bob Gray                     MAC Semifinals
2003    6-13-0       .333     2-4-0     .333       Bob Gray            1st Round MAC Tourney             2004 - Mid-American Conference Tournament
2004    10-7-3       .575     3-2-1     .583       Bob Gray            1st Round MAC Tourney             First Round - Western Michigan 2, Marshall 2
2005    8-9-2        .474     4-3-2     .625       Bob Gray                   C-USA Semifinals               (WMU advances, 5-3, in shootout)
        215-266-32 .450       62-85-16 .429
* Captured share of Mid-American Conference Regular Season Championship                                  2005 - Conference USA Tournament
                                                                                                         First Round - Marshall 2, FIU 0
                                                                                                         Semifinals - Tulsa 3, Marshall 0
MARSHALL COACHING LEGACY




Ed Saad                 Sam Hood                   Jack Defazio              Dr. John Gibson           Scott Fischer               Bob Gray
2 years (1979-80)       1 year (1981)              7 years (1982-88)         5 years (1989-93)         1 year (1994)               11 years (1994-present)
4-25-1, .150 (1-13-1)   6-8-2, .438 (2-4-2)        56-68-4, .453 (15-22-0)   33-57-12, .382 (6-12-6)   4-14-2, .250 (1-4-1)        112-94-11, .541 (33-26-4)



 18      2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                                                                                                      All-Time Results
              1979 (1-11-1, 1-5-1 SoCon)                                                         1983 (10-10, 4-2 SoCon)                                         10/11 UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON ..............L, 0-1 (OT)
                        Coach: Ed Saad                                                              Coach: Jack Defazio                                          10/15 at Ohio State ............................................... L, 0-3
9/5     at Ohio ...................................................... L, 0-6   9/10    MARIETTA ...................................................W, 5-2       10/18 at Davidson* ............................................... L, 0-6
9/14    at Alderson-Broaddus1.................................. L, 0-8          9/14    at West Virginia Wesleyan ............................ L, 0-5            10/24 VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W, 3-1
9/15    at Bowling Green1 ........................................ L, 0-8       9/17    KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 5-0        10/27 WEST VIRGINIA .......................................... L, 0-1
9/17    WESTERN CAROLINA* ..........................L, 1-3 (OT)                 9/22    APPALACHIAN STATE* .................................W, 1-0               10/31 at The Citadel* ............................................ L, 0-6
9/19    UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON ..................... L, 2-3                   9/24    WAKE FOREST1 ........................................... L, 0-2          11/2     at Winthrop ................................................. L, 2-5
9/27    WEST VIRGINIA TECH ................................. L, 1-8             9/25    CINCINNATI1 ...............................................W, 2-1        11/6     MARIETTA ...................................................W, 5-1
9/30    VIRGINIA MILITARY*............................T, 3-3 (OT)               9/30    at Virginia Military* ......................................W, 3-0       * Southern Conference matches
10/6    at Davidson* ............................................... L, 0-6     10/1    at Radford................................................... L, 2-3     1
                                                                                                                                                                   Trenton State Invitational (Trenton, N.J.)
10/13 at Furman* ................................................. L, 0-3       10/5    OHIO STATE................................................ L, 0-1        2
                                                                                                                                                                   Jimbo’s Classic (Huntington, W.Va.)
10/14 at The Citadel* ............................................ L, 0-7       10/7    Brooklyn2 .................................................... L, 0-3
10/20 at Tennessee-Chattanooga* .........................W, 9-1                 10/8    Old Dominion2 ............................................. L, 1-2                         1987 (4-14, 0-4 SoCon)
10/24 at Appalachian State* .................................L, 1-11            10/12 at Louisville .................................................W, 2-1                          Coach: Jack Defazio
10/28 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ...............................L, 0-11                 10/15 at Davidson* ............................................... L, 0-6        9/5     Glassboro State1 .......................................... L, 0-4
* Southern Conference matches                                                   10/16 at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 1-2            9/6     Indiana (Pa.)1 ..............................................W, 2-1
1
  Alderson-Broaddus Tourney (Phillippi, W.Va.)                                  10/19 VANDERBILT ............................................... L, 1-2          9/12    XAVIER ....................................................... L, 0-2
                                                                                10/23 DAVIDSON* ................................................W, 3-1           9/16    at University of Charleston ...........................W, 1-0
                1980 (3-14, 0-8 SoCon)                                          10/26 at West Virginia ....................................L, 0-2 (OT)           9/20    at Dayton .................................................... L, 0-6
                       Coach: Ed Saad                                           10/29 MOREHEAD STATE.......................................W, 5-0                9/26    ALDERSON-BROADDUS ................................ L, 2-6
9/2    KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN ..............................W, 15-2                 11/2    MIAMI (OHIO).....................................W, 4-1 (OT)             9/30    MOREHEAD STATE.......................................W, 1-0
9/10   MOREHEAD STATE................................L, 0-1 (OT)                11/5    VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W, 4-0              10/3    WINTHROP2 ................................................ L, 0-3
9/13   at Marietta .................................................. L, 2-3    * Southern Conference matches                                                    10/4    WRIGHT STATE2 .......................................... L, 0-2
9/16   at Northern Kentucky ...................................W, 1-0           1
                                                                                  Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.)                                      10/9    at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 0-3
9/20   DAVIDSON* ................................................ L, 0-2        2
                                                                                  Old Dominion Invitational (Norfolk, Va.)                                       10/11 at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 1-5
9/25   at West Virginia Tech ............................L, 3-4 (OT)                                                                                             10/16 THE CITADEL* ............................................ L, 1-3
9/27   at Morehead State ....................................... L, 2-5                           1984 (12-6, 2-4 SoCon)                                         10/19 OHIO STATE................................................ L, 0-5
10/7   NORTHERN KENTUCKY ................................W, 5-1                                     Coach: Jack Defazio                                          10/23 DAVIDSON* ................................................ L, 0-2
10/10 at Western Carolina* ................................... L, 0-5           9/8     WEST VIRGINIA TECH .................................W,            6-0    10/27 at West Virginia ........................................... L, 0-5
10/15 MARIETTA ............................................L, 1-2 (OT)          9/16    at Kentucky .................................................W,   3-1    10/31 at Virginia Military* ...................................... L, 0-6
10/18 at Tennessee-Chattanooga* ......................... L, 2-9                9/19    EASTERN KENTUCKY ...................................W,            3-1    11/3    TRANSYLVANIA ...........................................W, 4-1
10/19 at Appalachian State* .................................L, 0-10            9/23    APPALACHIAN STATE* ................................. L,           1-2    11/7    at Furman* ................................................L, 0-11
10/22 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ............................ L, 3-4                 9/26    VIRGINIA TECH ...........................................W,       1-0    * Southern Conference matches
10/25 FURMAN* ................................................... L, 0-2        9/29    TENNESSEE1 ...............................................W,      2-0    1
                                                                                                                                                                   Glassboro State Invitational (Glassboro, N.J.)
10/28 at Virginia Military* ...................................... L, 0-3       9/30    CINCINNATI1 ...............................................W,     2-1    2
                                                                                                                                                                   Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.)
10/31 THE CITADEL* ............................................ L, 0-5          10/5    at Virginia Military* ......................................W,    2-0
11/4   at Ohio ....................................................... L, 0-7   10/7    at Appalachian State* .................................. L,       1-4                    1988 (2-14-1, 0-4 SoCon)
* Southern Conference matches                                                   10/10 at Marietta ..................................................W,    2-1                       Coach: Jack Defazio
                                                                                10/13 RADFORD ................................................... L,      2-4    9/6     FURMAN* ................................................... L, 0-4
              1981 (6-8-2, 2-4-2 SoCon)                                         10/20 at Davidson* ............................................... L,     1-3    9/10    at Miami (Ohio) ........................................... L, 0-3
                    Coach: Sam Hood                                             10/21 at Wake Forest ............................................ L,      1-3    9/14    at Morehead State ................................T, 2-2 (OT)
9/10   KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN ................................W, 8-1                10/24 WEST VIRGINIA ..........................................W,          1-0    9/17    at The Citadel* ............................................ L, 0-2
9/12   at West Virginia Wesleyan ............................ L, 0-7            10/27 LOUISVILLE ................................................W,       2-1    9/24    KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 3-0
9/16   at Univ. of Charleston .................................. L, 1-6         10/29 DAVIDSON* ................................................ L,       0-1    9/28    VIRGINIA TECH ........................................... L, 0-1
9/23   KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 3-1        11/1    at Morehead State .......................................W,       1-0    10/1    TENNESSEE TECH .......................................W, 8-0
9/24   APPALACHIAN STATE* ................................. L, 0-4              11/3    VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W,           3-1    10/5    at Ohio State ............................................... L, 1-2
9/26   MARIETTA ...................................................W, 3-2       * Southern Conference matches                                                    10/8    Towson State1 ............................................. L, 1-5
9/29   VIRGINIA MILITARY*............................T, 3-3 (OT)                1
                                                                                  Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.)                                      10/9    at Maryland-Baltimore County1 ..................... L, 0-5
10/3   at Furman* ................................................. L, 1-4                                                                                       10/12 at Virginia Military* ...................................... L, 3-4
10/4   at The Citadel* ............................................ L, 1-5                       1985 (10-7-1, 3-3 SoCon)                                        10/15 UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON ..................... L, 0-6
10/7   at Northern Kentucky ................................... L, 0-1                               Coach: Jack Defazio                                         10/19 at Transylvania ............................................ L, 0-1
10/9   EASTERN KENTUCKY ...................................W, 6-1               9/7      MOREHEAD STATE.......................................W, 7-0             10/24 WEST VIRGINIA .......................................... L, 0-3
10/12 at Morehead State ....................................... L, 0-3          9/11     EASTERN KENTUCKY .................................W, 10-0               10/29 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................................. L, 1-3
10/17 at Davidson* ...............................................W, 3-2        9/14     at Xavier .....................................................W, 2-1   11/2    at Denison .................................................. L, 1-2
10/18 at East Tennessee State* .............................W, 2-0              9/15     at Cincinnati ................................................ L, 1-2   11/5    Virginia Military2 .......................................... L, 0-1
10/24 TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA* ....................... L, 0-5                     9/21     TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA .........................W, 4-0                   * Southern Conference matches
11/1   WESTERN CAROLINA* ..........................T, 1-1 (OT)                  9/22     UNC-ASHEVILLE ..........................................W, 5-1          1
                                                                                                                                                                   UMBC Tournament (Baltimore, Md.)
* Southern Conference matches                                                   9/25     at University of Charleston ........................... L, 2-4          2
                                                                                                                                                                   SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)
                                                                                9/28     APPALACHIAN STATE* ................................. L, 0-4
                  1982 (13-6, 5-2 SoCon)                                        10/2     KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 2-0                       1989 (7-10-3, 1-2-1 SoCon)
                    Coach: Jack Defazio                                         10/6     at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 1-2                        Coach: Dr. John Gibson
9/11   KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN ................................W, 8-0                10/11 at Virginia Military* ......................................W, 2-0         8/31      at Northern Kentucky ...................................W,          2-0
9/14   at Eastern Kentucky .....................................W, 2-1          10/13 at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 0-1            9/6       GEORGETOWN (KY.) ....................................W,             6-0
9/18   TENNESSEE1 ............................................... L, 1-2        10/16 OHIO STATE................................................W, 3-2           9/8       at Richmond................................................ L,      0-3
9/19   UNIV. OF CHARLESTON1...............................W, 3-0                10/19 at Davidson* ............................................... L, 1-2        9/10      at University of Charleston ........................... L,          0-2
9/24   at Virginia Military* ...................................... L, 1-2      10/25 DAVIDSON* ........................................W, 1-0 (OT)              9/13      VIRGINIA MILITARY*....................................T,            2-2
9/26   at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 0-1          10/30 at West Virginia ....................................T, 0-0 (OT)           9/16      THE CITADEL* ............................................W,         2-1
9/30   WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN ......................... L, 0-2                  11/2     VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W, 5-1             9/18      VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH ........................ L,                   2-3
10/2   KENTUCKY WESLEYAN .................................W, 4-3                11/6     DAVIS & ELKINS .......................................... L, 0-3        9/24      at Appalachian State* .................................. L,         3-5
10/3   at Cincinnati ................................................ L, 1-2    * Southern Conference matches                                                    9/30      at Wheeling................................................. L,     0-1
10/6   at Ohio State ...............................................W, 2-0      1
                                                                                  Jimbo’s Classic (Huntington, W.Va.)                                            10/4      OHIO STATE................................................W,        2-1
10/9   at Tennessee-Chattanooga* .........................W, 3-1                                                                                                 10/7      TENNESSEE ................................................W,        4-2
10/10 at Western Carolina* ...................................W, 2-1                              1986 (5-11-2, 1-4 SoCon)                                       10/11 at West Virginia ........................................... L,         0-1
10/16 Morehead State ...........................................W, 6-1                                Coach: Jack Defazio                                        10/14 at Furman* ................................................. L,         0-3
10/17 NORTHERN KENTUCKY ................................ L, 0-1                 9/2       at West Virginia Tech ...........................W, 2-1 (OT)           10/15 at Gardner-Webb ..........................................T,            2-2
10/21 at Kentucky Christian .................................W, 15-0            9/6       California (Pa.)1 ....................................T, 1-1 (OT)      10/18 OHIO UNIVERSITY ......................................W,                5-0
10/23 FURMAN* ...................................................W, 2-1         9/7       Delaware Valley College1 ............................W, 12-1           10/21 District of Columbia1 .................................... L,           1-2
10/25 DAVIDSON* ................................................W, 1-0          9/13      DAYTON ..................................................... L, 1-2    10/22 Virginia Tech1 .............................................. L,        2-4
9/29   THE CITADEL* ............................................W, 5-4          9/21      at Tennessee ...............................................W, 5-1     10/25 MOREHEAD STATE.......................................W,                 3-0
11/1   at Kentucky .................................................W, 2-0      9/24      VIRGINIA TECH ........................................... L, 1-3       10/31 DENISON .....................................................T,         2-2
* Southern Conference matches                                                   9/27      FURMAN* ................................................... L, 1-4     11/4      Furman2 ...................................................... L,   2-7
1
  Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.)                                     10/4      VANDERBILT2 .......................................T, 1-1 (OT)         * Southern Conference matches
                                                                                10/5      MOREHEAD STATE2......................................W, 2-0            1
                                                                                                                                                                   Virginia Tech Invitational (Blacksburg, Va.)
                                                                                10/8      at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 0-2        2
                                                                                                                                                                   SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)


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  All-Time Results
               1990 (9-10-2, 1-1-2 SoCon)                                        9/12    vs. East Carolina1 ......................................... L, 1-3        10/6    DAVIDSON* ................................................W, 2-0
                  Coach: Dr. John Gibson                                         9/15    at Kentucky ................................................. L, 1-2       10/9    at Duke.......................................................W, 2-1
9/1     at Virginia Commonwealth............................W,             3-2   9/19    FURMAN* ................................................... L, 3-5         10/12 at Virginia Military* ......................................W, 4-0
9/2     at Richmond................................................ L,     0-7   9/22    UNC-ASHEVILLE ..........................................W, 2-1             10/16 at Virginia ................................................... L, 1-3
9/5     ROBERT MORRIS .........................................W,          2-1   9/28    UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON ..................... L, 2-4                      10/19 APPALACHIAN STATE* .................................W, 6-0
9/8     at Tennessee ...............................................W,     3-2   10/1    GEORGE WASHINGTON ............................... L, 1-2                   10/20 SALEM-TEIKYO ............................................W, 5-0
9/9     at Vanderbilt ............................................... L,   2-4   10/3    GEORGIA SOUTHERN*................................. L, 1-4                  10/24 MT. OLIVE ...................................................W, 2-1
9/12    WEST VIRGINIA .......................................... L,        0-2   10/6    at Pittsburgh ............................................... L, 0-3       10/26 at The Citadel..............................................W, 7-0
9/16    at Virginia Military* .......................................T,    4-4   10/10 VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W, 6-0                  10/30 UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON ..............L, 1-2 (OT)
9/19    VIRGINIA TECH ........................................... L,       1-4   10/15 at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 2-4              11/2    at Louisville ................................................. L, 0-1
9/22    APPALACHIAN STATE* ..................................T,            1-1   10/17 RICHMOND ................................................. L, 2-3            11/6    KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 2-0
9/26    KENTUCKY ..................................................W,      2-1   10/20 at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 0-3          11/8    vs. The Citadel1 ...........................................W, 2-1
9/28    FURMAN* ...................................................W,      2-1   10/22 at Xavier ..................................................... L, 1-4       11/9    vs Georgia Southern1 ................................... L, 0-2
10/3    at Ohio State ...............................................W,    2-1   10/24 THE CITADEL* ............................................W, 3-1              * Southern Conference matches
10/7    at Morehead State .......................................W,        5-0   10/27 at Virginia Commonwealth............................ L, 1-2                  1
                                                                                                                                                                      SoCon Tournament (Greenville, SC)
10/10 at Wright State ............................................ L,      0-3   10/31 at Davidson* ........................................T, 1-1 (OT)
10/13 at James Madison ........................................ L,         0-3   11/5    Davidson.................................................... W, 3-2                         1997 (13-6-1, 4-2-1 MAC)
10/17 SALEM-TEIKYO ............................................W,          6-0   11/6    Furman ....................................................... L, 0-4                              Coach: Bob Gray
10/20 at Radford................................................... L,     1-5   * Southern Conference matches                                                      8/30     vs. Towson State1 ........................................W, 3-2
10/24 XAVIER ....................................................... L,    0-3   1
                                                                                   East Carolina Tournament (Greenville, N.C.)                                      8/31     vs Navy .....................................................W, 2-0
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10/27 at The Citadel* ............................................ L,      0-2   2
                                                                                   SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)                                              9/3      at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 0-2
10/30 MARIETTA ...................................................W,       4-0                                                                                      9/9      at Liberty .................................................... L, 1-3
11/3    The Citadel1 ................................................ L,   0-2                   1994 (4-14-2, 1-4-1 SoCon)                                         9/12     vs. Marquette2 .....................................W, 2-1 (OT)
* Southern Conference matches                                                                        Coach: Scott Fischer                                           9/14     vs. Northwestern2 ........................................W, 2-1
1
  SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)                                            9/4      GEORGETOWN (KY.) ............................W, 2-1 (OT)                  9/19     NORTHERN ILLINOIS* .................................W, 4-2
                                                                                 9/6      at Northern Kentucky ................................... L, 0-4           9/23     LOUISVILLE ................................................W, 3-1
                 1991 (9-9-4, 2-2 SoCon)                                         9/9      at Furman* ................................................. L, 0-8       9/27     VIRGINIA MILITARY ....................................W, 4-2
                  Coach: Dr. John Gibson                                         9/11     at Winthrop ................................................. L, 1-8      10/3     EASTERN MICHIGAN* ..................................W, 2-0
9/8     TENNESSEE ........................................W, 1-0 (OT)            9/14     KENTUCKY ...........................................T, 1-1 (OT)           10/5     BOWLING GREEN* ......................................W, 1-0
9/11    at West Virginia ........................................... L, 1-0      9/18     DAVIDSON* ................................................ L, 0-3         10/10 WESTERN MICHIGAN* .................................W, 1-0
9/15    THE CITADEL* ............................................W, 2-1          9/25     GEORGIA SOUTHERN*.................................W, 2-0                  10/15 LINCOLN MEMORIAL ...................................W, 7-0
9/18    at Kentucky .................................................W, 4-2      9/28     ROBERT MORRIS ......................................... L, 1-4            10/17 vs. South Alabama3 ...................................... L, 1-2
9/22    at Robert Morris ...................................T, 1-1 (OT)          10/1     at Richmond................................................ L, 0-3        10/18 vs. Alabama A&M3 .......................................W, 1-0
9/25    at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 3-4      10/2     at Virginia Commonwealth............................W, 2-1                10/24 at Kentucky* ........................................L, 1-2 (OT)
9/29    VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W, 3-1              10/5     at Radford................................................... L, 0-4      10/26 at Miami (Ohio)* ..................................L, 2-3 (OT)
10/2    at Pittsburgh ........................................T, 0-0 (OT)        10/8     at Virginia Military* ...................................... L, 1-3       10/29 at West Virginia ...................................W, 2-1 (OT)
10/5    Eastern Michigan1 ........................................ L, 1-2        10/12 WEST VIRGINIA ...................................L, 2-3 (OT)                 11/2     at Akron* .............................................T, 0-0 (OT)
10/6    Miami (Ohio)1 .............................................. L, 1-4      10/16 APPALACHIAN STATE ............................T, 3-3 (OT)                    11/6     vs Miami (Ohio)4 .......................................... L, 0-2
10/9    at Salem .....................................................W, 3-0     10/19 VIRGINIA TECH ...........................................W, 2-1              * Mid-American Conference games
10/12 at Furman* ................................................. L, 0-3        10/22 The Citadel*................................................ L, 2-6          1
                                                                                                                                                                      Naval Academy Tournament (Annapolis, Md.)
10/14 JAMES MADISON ......................................... L, 1-2             10/25 at Louisville ................................................. L, 1-4       2
                                                                                                                                                                      Ohio State Tournament (Columbus, Ohio)
10/16 MOREHEAD STATE.......................................W, 7-1                10/29 at Central Florida1 ........................................ L, 1-2          3
                                                                                                                                                                      South Alabama Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)
10/22 RADFORD ............................................T, 3-3 (OT)            10/30 vs. Florida Atlantic1 ...................................... L, 0-3          4
                                                                                                                                                                      MAC Tournament (Oxford, Ohio)
10/25 at Xavier ..............................................T, 2-2 (OT)        11/4     vs. Davidson2 .............................................. L, 1-3
10/27 at Appalachian State* .................................. L, 1-2            * Southern Conference matches                                                                        1998 (11-9-1, 4-4 MAC)
10/30 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH ........................ L, 1-2                      1
                                                                                   Central Florida Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)                                                                Coach: Bob Gray
11/1    RICHMOND .................................................W, 2-0         2
                                                                                   SoCon Tournament (Greensboro N.C.)                                               9/4      vs. UNC Greensboro1.............................L, 2-3 (OT)
11/5    at Marietta ..................................................W, 3-0                                                                                        9/6      at Davidson ........................................W, 2-1 (OT)
                                                                                                                                                                                           1

11/9    Appalachian State ........................................W, 3-1                          1995 (10-10, 3-3 SoCon)                                           9/11     vs. Loyola2 ...........................................T, 2-2 (OT)
11/10 Furman ....................................................... L, 0-3                            Coach: Bob Gray                                              9/13     vs. Portland2 ................................................ L, 1-2
* Southern Conference matches                                                    9/2     at Howard ................................................... L,     1-2   9/18     vs. Wright State3 .........................................W, 4-2
1
  Miami (Ohio) Invitational (Oxford, Ohio)                                       9/4     at George Washington ................................. L,            1-4   9/19     at Cleveland State3 ..............................W, 3-2 (OT)
2
  SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)                                            9/8     LOUISVILLE ................................................W,        2-0   9/23     at Virginia ................................................... L, 0-4
                                                                                 9/10    LINCOLN MEMORIAL ...................................W,               5-0   9/26     VANDERBILT ...............................................W, 2-0
               1992 (3-13-2, 0-4-2 SoCon)                                        9/13    at Kentucky ................................................. L,     0-3   9/27     SOUTH ALABAMA ................................W, 3-2 (OT)
                  Coach: Dr. John Gibson                                         9/17    at Furman* ................................................. L,      0-2   10/2     KENTUCKY* .........................................L, 1-2 (OT)
9/5     at American (forfeit)1 ...................................W, 1-0         9/22    at Wofford ..................................................W,      2-0   10/9     vs. Adelphi4 .........................................W, 1-0 (OT)
9/6     at George Washington1 ................................ L, 0-5            9/23    at Georgia Southern* ...................................W,           3-2   10/11 vs. American4 ......................................W, 2-1 (OT)
9/12    at James Madison ........................................ L, 2-4         9/26    at West Virginia ........................................... L,      2-5   10/13 WEST VIRGINIA .......................................... L, 0-2
9/16    ROBERT MORRIS ......................................... L, 1-3           9/29    vs. Cal-State Northridge1 .............................. L,          3-5   10/16 at Northern Illinois* ..............................L, 0-1 (OT)
9/19    at Furman* ..........................................L, 2-3 (OT)         10/1    vs. Wright State1 ......................................... L,       0-1   10/18 at Western Michigan* ..................................W, 1-0
9/24    VIRGINIA TECH ...........................................W, 3-2          10/7    VIRGINIA MILITARY*...................................W,              3-0   10/20 MIAMI (OHIO)* ...........................................W, 2-0
9/27    GEORGIA SOUTHERN*................................. L, 0-1                10/13 at Appalachian State* .................................. L,            1-2   10/23 AKRON*...................................................... L, 1-2
10/2    at Virginia Commonwealth............................ L, 1-2              10/14 at UNC-Asheville ..........................................W,          4-3   10/25 BUFFALO* ...................................................W, 3-1
10/4    at Richmond................................................ L, 0-2       10/19 NORTHEN KENTUCKY ..................................W,                  2-1   10/30 at Bowling Green* ....................................... L, 0-1
10/7    KENTUCKY .................................................. L, 1-3       10/21 THE CITADEL* ............................................W,            7-0   11/1     at Eastern Michigan* ...................................W, 3-1
10/10 at Virginia Military* ...............................L, 2-3 (OT)           10/26 MARIETTA COLLEGE ....................................W,                3-0   11/6     vs. Bowling Green5....................................... L, 0-2
10/14 WEST VIRGINIA .......................................... L, 0-1            10/29 at Davidson* ............................................... L,        0-2   * Mid-American Conference matches
10/18 APPALACHIAN STATE* ..........................T, 1-1 (OT)                   11/3    vs. Virginia Military2 .....................................W,       2-0   1
                                                                                                                                                                      Davidson Tournament (Davidson, N.C.)
10/25 at The Citadel* .....................................T, 4-4 (OT)           11/4    vs. Furman2................................................. L,      1-3   2
                                                                                                                                                                      Penn State Tournament (University Park, Pa.)
10/27 at UNC-Asheville .......................................... L, 1-3         * Southern Conference matches                                                      3
                                                                                                                                                                      Cleveland State Tournament (Cleveland, Ohio)
10/30 XAVIER .......................................................W, 2-0       1
                                                                                   Wright State Invitational (Dayton, Ohio)                                         4
                                                                                                                                                                      UVa. Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.)
11/1    DAVIDSON* ................................................ L, 1-6        2
                                                                                   SoCon Tournament (Davidson, N.C.)                                                5
                                                                                                                                                                      MAC Tournament (Lexington, Ky.)
11/6    Davidson2.................................................... L, 1-9
* Southern Conference matches                                                                    1996 (11-7-2, 4-1-1 SoCon)                                                           1999 (9-11-1, 3-3-1 MAC)
1
  Diadora Classic (Washington, D.C.)                                                                    Coach: Bob Gray                                                                    Coach: Bob Gray
2
  SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)                                            9/1       RADFORD ....................................................T,     1-1   9/1       VIRGINIA TECH ....................................L, 1-2 (OT)
                                                                                 9/4       LIBERTY...................................................... L,   1-2   9/5       SALEM-TEIKYO ............................................W, 6-0
                1993 (5-15-1, 2-3-1 SoCon)                                       9/7       HOWARD .................................................... L,     0-1   9/8       Maryland..................................................... L, 0-4
                  Coach: Dr. John Gibson                                         9/15      at Furman ................................................... L,   0-4   9/11      West Virginia1 .......................................L, 1-2 (OT)
9/5       at Robert Morris .......................................... L, 1-3     9/21      WOFFORD ..................................................W,       5-1   9/12      Robert Morris1 ............................................. L, 0-1
9/8       at West Virginia ...........................................W, 2-1     9/25      WEST VIRGINIA ..........................................W,         2-1   9/17      Wisconsin-Milwaukee2 ..........................W, 2-1 (OT)
9/11      vs. UNC Wilmington1 .................................... L, 1-2        9/29      GEORGIA SOUTHERN*..................................T,              1-1   9/19      California State-Northridge2 .......................... L, 1-2



 20          2006 Marshall Men’s Soccer
                                                                                                                                                                                           All-Time Results
9/24    NORTHERN ILLINOIS* .................................W, 1-0
9/26    WESTERN MICHIGAN* ..................................T, 2-2
10/1    Kentucky* ................................................... L, 0-6
10/6    Ohio State................................................... L, 1-5
10/10 EASTERN MICHIGAN* ..................................W, 1-0
10/15 BOWLING GREEN* ...............................L, 1-2 (OT)
10/17 HOWARD ....................................................W, 5-0
10/20 Virginia ....................................................... L, 0-3
10/22 Florida International3 ...................................W, 3-2
10/23 Jacksonville3 ................................................W, 2-1
10/29 Akron*........................................................ L, 1-4
10/31 Buffalo* ......................................................W, 3-1
11/5    Buffalo4 .......................................................W, 2-1
11/7    Northern Illinois4 ......................................... L, 1-2
* Mid-American Conference matches
1
  Mountaineer Classic (Morgantown, W.Va.)
2
  Logan’s Roadhouse Classic (Nashville, Tenn.)
3
  Golden Panther Classic (Miami, Fla.)
4
  MAC Tournament (DeKalb, Ill.)

                2000 (14-5-1, 4-2 MAC)
                     Coach: Bob Gray
                     MAC Champions
9/1    vs Birmingham-Southern1 .....................W, 3-2 (OT)
9/3    vs Belmont .................................................W, 7-0
                   1                                                               The 2000 squad won the Mid-American Conference regular-season championship.
9/6    CHARLESTON (W. VA.) .................................W, 2-0
9/9    at High Point ...............................................W, 3-1         10/2    at Virginia ................................................... L, 0-3      10/10    at Western Michigan* ................................. L, 1-2
9/16   at Mount St. Mary’s...................................... L, 3-4            10/6    BUFFALO* ................................................... L, 1-2         10/16    Alabama A&M..............................................W, 1-0
9/20   WINTHROP .................................................W, 4-0            10/11   ELON ..........................................................W, 3-0       10/17    Longwood ...................................................W, 2-0
9/23   at Western Michigan ....................................W, 3-2              10/13   VIRGINIA TECH ........................................... L, 1-2            10/20    Virginia Military Institute .............................. L, 0-2
9/25   at Northern Illinois ....................................... L, 0-2         10/18   at Kentucky* .......................................W, 2-1 (OT)             10/22    at Wright State ............................................W, 3-2
9/27   TRANSYLVANIA ...........................................W, 9-0              10/20   at Bowling Green* ................................L, 1-2 (OT)               10/24    BUFFALO* ...................................................W, 4-1
9/29   BUFFALO.....................................................W, 3-0          10/25   NORTHERN ILLINOIS* .................................W, 6-5                  10/29    Illinois-Chicago ............................................ L, 1-2
10/1   AKRON ...............................................W, 3-2 (OT)            11/2    at Wright State* .......................................... L, 2-4          10/31    Radford ......................................................W, 2-1
10/4   OHIO STATE.........................................T, 0-0 (OT)              11/8    NORTHERN ILLINOIS3...................................T, 1-1                 11/5     vs. WESTERN MICHIGAN3 ............................T, 2-2
10/8   WRIGHT STATE ...........................................W, 1-0                                                                  (W 7-6 in shootout)                                                                  (L 5-3 in shootout)
10/14 at Bowling Green ......................................... L, 0-1            11/15 AKRON3 .......................................................T, 2-2          * Mid-American Conference matches
10/17 WEST VIRGINIA ..........................................W, 2-1                                                                   (L, 4-3 in shootout)            1
                                                                                                                                                                         Virginia Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.)
10/22 KENTUCKY ..................................................W, 4-0            * Mid-American Conference matches                                                   2
                                                                                                                                                                         Central Florida Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)
10/25 at Virginia Tech ........................................... L, 0-1          1
                                                                                     UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)                                                 3
                                                                                                                                                                         MAC Tournament (Kalamazoo, Mich.)
10/27 at Howard ...................................................W, 1-0          2
                                                                                     Kentucky Tournament (Lexington, Ky.)
11/3   Western Michigan2 ...............................W, 2-1 (OT)                3
                                                                                     MAC Tournament                                                                                       2005 (8-9-2, 4-3-2 C-USA)
11/5   Kentucky2.................................................... L, 0-1                                                                                                                   Coach: Bob Gray
* Mid-American Conference matches                                                                    2003 (6-13-0, 2-4 MAC)
1
  Memphis Invitational (Memphis, Tenn.)                                                                    Coach: Bob Gray                                             9/3     vs. Temple1 .................................................W, 2-1
2
  MAC Tournament (Buffalo, N.Y.)                                                   9/1      ST. PETER’S................................................. L,      1-2   9/5     vs. Campbell1 .............................................. L, 1-6
                                                                                   9/5      HIGH POINT ...............................................W,         1-0   9/8     PITTSBURGH ............................................... L, 4-5
                  2001 (12-7-0, 3-3 MAC)                                           9/7      at Robert Morris .......................................... L,       1-2   9/11    at Cleveland State .......................................W, 5-3
                       Coach: Bob Gray                                             9/12     vs. Alabama-Birmingham1 ........................... L,               1-2   9/16    at Dayton2................................................... L, 0-2
9/1      CLEVELAND STATE ......................................W, 3-2              9/14     at Birmingham Southern1 ............................ L,              1-2   9/18    vs. Duquesne2 ......................................L, 1-2 (OT)
9/5      HIGH POINT ............................................... L, 1-2         9/19     WILLIAM & MARY2 ....................................... L,           1-4   9/25    WRIGHT STATE ........................................... L, 0-2
9/7      at Fresno State1...........................................W, 2-0         9/26     WESTERN MICHIGAN* ................................. L,               1-4   9/30    at UCF* ............................................. T, 4-4 (2OT)
9/9      vs CSU-Northridge1 ......................................W, 5-1           9/28     at Northern Illinois* ..................................... L,       1-3   10/2    at Florida International* ............................... L, 0-7
9/19     LIBERTY......................................................W, 3-0       10/3     at Akron* .................................................... L,    0-1   10/7    SMU*.......................................................... L, 1-4
9/21     vs Central Florida2........................................W, 4-1         10/5     SHEPHERD ..................................................W,        3-0   10/9    TULSA*.......................................................W, 2-1
9/23     at Florida International2 ...............................W, 3-2           10/7     at Liberty .................................................... L,   0-1   10/14 at East Carolina* ............................... W, 3-2 (2OT)
9/28     WESTERN MICHIGAN* .........................W, 3-2 (OT)                    10/9     at Cleveland State .......................................W,         2-0   10/16 at South Carolina* .......................................W, 1-0
9/30     NORTHERN ILLINOIS* .................................W, 3-1                10/12 at Buffalo* ..................................................W,        1-0   10/21 UAB* .......................................................... L, 0-1
10/5     at Buffalo* .................................................. L, 2-3     10/18 at Virginia Military Institute .......................... L,            0-2   10/23 MEMPHIS* ..................................................W, 1-0
10/7     at Akron* .................................................... L, 0-1     10/21 ALDERSON-BROADDUS ................................W,                    9-0   10/28 at Kentucky* ...................................... T, 0-0 (2OT)
10/14 BOWLING GREEN ........................................W, 1-0                 10/24 BOWLING GREEN* ......................................W,                 1-0   11/2    at Radford...................................................W, 3-0
10/17 at West Virginia ........................................... L, 0-3          10/26 KENTUCKY* ................................................ L,           0-1   11/9    vs. Florida International3 ..............................W, 2-0
10/21 at Kentucky ................................................. L, 0-3         11/2     vs. West Virginia2 ........................................ L,       0-1   11/11 vs. Tulsa3 .................................................... L, 0-3
10/23 at VMI ........................................................ L, 0-1       11/7     vs. Western Michigan3 ................................. L,           0-1   *Conference USA matches
10/30 MARIETTA ...................................................W, 6-0           * Mid-American Conference matches                                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                        WVU Labor Day Shootout (Morgantown, W.Va.)
11/3     MOUNT ST. MARY’S .....................................W, 3-0              1
                                                                                     Birmingham Southern Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)                                 2
                                                                                                                                                                        Dayton Flyer Classic (Dayton, Ohio)
11/9     vs. Western Michigan3 ..................................W, 3-1            2
                                                                                     Played at Schoenbaum Stadium (Charleston, W.Va.)                                  3
                                                                                                                                                                        Conference USA Tournament (Dallas, Texas)
11/11 at Akron3..................................................... L, 1-2        3
                                                                                     MAC Tournament (Bowling Green, Ohio)
* Mid-American Conference matches                                                                                                                                      Home matches in CAPS
1
  Nike Goal Rush Classic (Fresno, Calif.)                                                              2004 (10-7-3, 3-2-1 MAC)
2
  Florida International Invitational (Miami, Fla.)                                                         Coach: Bob Gray
3
  MAC Tournament (Akron, Ohio)
                                                                                   9/3       at Virginia1 .................................................. L, 0-3
                    2002 (8-10, 3-2 MAC)                                           9/5       vs. Maryland1 ............................................. L, 0-6
                       Coach: Bob Gray                                             9/10      at Central Florida2 .............................. W, 2-1 (2OT)
8/30      at UNLV ..................................................... L,
                  1
                                                                             2-3   9/12      vs. Florida Atlantic2 ............................ W, 2-1 (2OT)
9/1       vs. New Mexico1 .......................................... L,      0-3   9/15      at West Virginia ...................................L, 1-2 (OT)
9/6       at High Point ...............................................W,    3-0   9/18      CLEVELAND STATE ......................................W, 3-2
9/10      MARIETTA ...................................................W,     8-0   9/24      at Kentucky* ............................................... L, 1-2
9/15      ROBERT MORRIS .........................................W,          2-0   9/26      at Bowling Green* ......................................W, 5-2
9/20      vs. Coastal Carolina2 .................................... L,      1-4   9/29      at Pittsburgh ...................................... T, 3-3 (2OT)
9/22      vs. Cleveland State2 ..................................... L,      2-5   10/3      NORTHERN ILLINOIS* .................................W, 3-1
9/29      at Western Michigan* ..................................W,          2-0   10/8      AKRON*............................................. T, 0-0 (2OT)




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 Record vs. Opponents
               Adelphi (1-0)                              California (Pa.) (0-0-1)                             Duquesne (0-1)                   1999   W        5-0        Huntington, W.Va.
1998    W       1-0     Charlottesville, N.C.   1986      T     1-1            Trenton, N.J.    2005   L/ot      1-2         Dayton, Ohio       2000   W        1-0         Washington, D.C.

               Akron (1-6-2)                                   Campbell (0-1)                            East Carolina (1-1)                             Illinois-Chicago (0-1)
1997    T       0-0            Akron, Ohio      2005      L     1-6     Morgantown, W.Va.       1993   L    1-3         Greenville, N.C.        2004    L      1-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1998    L       1-2      Huntington, W.Va.                                                      2005 W/2ot 3-2          Greenville, N.C.
1999    L       1-4            Akron, Ohio             University of Charleston (3-8)                                                                       Indiana (Pa.) (1-0)
2000    W       3-2      Huntington, W.Va.      1979      L     2-3      Huntington, W.Va.             East Tennessee State (1-1)               1987   W       2-1          Glassboro, N.J.
2001    L       0-1            Akron, Ohio      1981      L     1-6       Charleston, W.Va.     1980     L    3-4      Huntington, W.Va.
2001    L       1-2            Akron, Ohio      1982     W      3-0      Huntington, W.Va.      1981    W     2-0     Johnson City, Tenn.                    Jacksonville (1-0)
2002    L       2-2            Akron, Ohio      1985      L     2-4       Charleston, W.Va.                                                     1999   W        2-1             Miami, Fla.
2003    L       0-1            Akron, Ohio      1986      L     0-1      Huntington, W.Va.              Eastern Kentucky (4-0)
2004    T       0-0      Huntington, W.Va.      1987     W      1-0       Charleston, W.Va.     1981    W     6-1     Huntington, W.Va.                     James Madison (0-3)
                                                1988      L     0-6      Huntington, W.Va.      1982    W     2-1        Richmond, Ky.          1990    L       0-3     Harrisonburg, Va.
          Alabama A&M (2-0)                     1989      L     0-2       Charleston, W.Va.     1984    W     3-1     Huntington, W.Va.         1991    L       1-2     Huntington, W.Va.
1997    W     1-0          Mobile, Ala.         1993      L     2-4      Huntington, W.Va.      1985    W    10-0     Huntington, W.Va.         1992    L       2-4     Harrisonburg, Va.
2004    W     1-0    Huntington, W.Va.          1996      L     1-2      Huntington, W.Va.
                                                2000     W      2-0      Huntington, W.Va.              Eastern Michigan (3-1)                               Kentucky (11-9-2)
       Alabama-Huntsville (0-1)                                                                 1991    L    1-2           Oxford, Ohio         1981   W        3-1     Huntington, W.Va.
1979    L   0-11        Huntsville, Ala.                       Cincinnati (2-2)                 1997    W    2-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1982   W        2-0         Lexington, Ky.
                                                1982     L       1-2         Cincinnati, Ohio   1998    W    3-1         Ypsilanti, Mich.       1983   W        5-0     Huntington, W.Va.
        Alderson-Broaddus (1-2)                 1983     W       2-1       Huntington, W.Va.    1999    W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1984   W        3-1         Lexington, Ky.
1979     L    0-8        Phillippi, W.Va.       1984     W       2-1       Huntington, W.Va.                                                    1985   W        2-0     Huntington, W.Va.
1987     L    2-6     Huntington, W.Va.         1985     L       1-2         Cincinnati, Ohio                     Elon (1-0)                    1988   W        3-0     Huntington, W.Va.
2003    W     9-0     Huntington, W.Va.                                                         2002    W        3-0      Huntington, W.Va.     1990   W        2-1     Huntington, W.Va.
                                                           The Citadel (6-9-1)                                                                  1991   W        4-2         Lexington, Ky.
              American (2-0)                    1979     L    0-7         Charleston, S.C.                Florida Atlantic (0-1)                1992   L        1-3     Huntington, W.Va.
1992    W      1-0        Washington, DC        1980     L    0-5       Huntington, W.Va.       1994    L      0-3            Orlando, Fla.     1993   L        1-2         Lexington, Ky.
1998    W      2-1      Charlottesville, Va.    1981     L    1-5        Charleston, W.Va.      2004    W      2-1            Orlando, Fla.     1994   T        1-1     Huntington, W.Va.
                                                1982     W    5-4       Huntington, W.Va.                                                       1995   L        0-3         Lexington, Ky.
       Appalachian State (3-15-3)               1986     L    0-6         Charleston, S.C.             Florida International (3-1)              1996   W        2-0     Huntington, W.Va.
1979     L   1-11            Boone, N.C.                 L    0-2        Greensboro, N.C.       1999    W      3-2             Miami, Fla.      1997   L        1-2     Huntington, W.Va.
1980     L   0-10            Boone, N.C.        1991     W    2-1       Huntington, W.Va.       2001    W      3-2             Miami, Fla.      1998   L        1-2     Huntington, W.Va.
1981     L    0-4      Huntington, W.Va.        1992     T    4-4        Charleston, W.Va.      2005     L     0-7             Miami, Fla.      1999   L        6-0         Lexington, Ky.
1982     L    0-1            Boone, N.C.        1993     W    3-1       Huntington, W.Va.       2005    W      2-0           Dallas, Texas      2000   W        4-0     Huntington, W.Va.
1983    W     1-0      Huntington, W.Va.        1994     L    2-6         Charleston, S.C.                                                      2001   L        0-3         Lexington, Ky.
         L    1-2            Boone, N.C.        1995     W    7-0       Huntington, W.Va.                     Fresno State (1-0)                2002   W        2-1         Lexington, Ky.
1984     L    1-2            Boone, N.C.        1996     W    7-0         Charleston, S.C.      2001    W        2-0           Fresno, Calif.   2003   L        0-1     Huntington, W.Va.
         L    1-4      Huntington, W.Va.                 W    2-1          Greenville, S.C.                                                     2004   L        1-2         Lexington, Ky.
1985     L    0-4      Huntington, W.Va.                                                                       Furman (2-13)                    2005   T        0-0         Lexington, Ky.
         L    0-1            Boone, N.C.                  Cleveland State (5-1)                 1979    L       0-3        Greenville, S.C.
1986     L    0-2            Boone, N.C.        1998     W     3-2        Cleveland, Ohio       1980    L       0-2     Huntington, W.Va.              Kentucky Christian (4-0)
1987     L    0-3            Boone, N.C.        2001     W     3-2      Huntington, W.Va.       1981    L       1-4        Greenville, S.C.     1980   W    15-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1988     L    1-3      Huntington, W.Va.        2002     L     2-5         Lexington, Ky.       1982    W       2-1     Huntington, W.Va.       1981   W     8-1      Huntington, W.Va.
1989     L    3-5           Boone, N. C.        2003     W     2-0        Cleveland, Ohio       1986    L       1-4     Huntington, W.Va.       1982   W     8-0      Huntington, W.Va.
1990     T    1-1      Huntington, W.Va.        2004     W     3-2      Huntington, W.Va.       1987    L       0-11       Greenville, S.C.            W    15-0           Grayson, Ky.
1991     L    1-2            Boone, N.C.        2005     W     5-3        Cleveland, Ohio       1988    L       0-4     Huntington, W.Va.
        W     3-1       Greensboro, N.C.                                                        1989    L       0-3        Greenville, S.C.            Kentucky Wesleyan (1-0)
1992     T    1-1      Huntington, W.Va.                   Coastal Carolina (0-1)                       L       2-7      Greensboro, N.C.       1982    W    4-3     Huntington, W.Va.
1993     L    2-4            Boone, N.C.        2002      L     1-4          Lexington, Ky.     1990    W       2-1     Huntington, W.Va.
1994     T    3-3      Huntington, W.Va.                                                        1991    L       0-3        Greenville, S.C.                    Liberty (1-3)
1995     L    1-2            Boone, N.C.                      Davidson (7-12-1)                         L       0-3      Greensboro, N.C.       1996   L        1-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1996    W     6-0      Huntington, W.Va.        1979     L       0-6         Davidson, N.C.     1992    L       2-3        Greenville, S.C.     1997   L        1-3         Lynchburg, Va.
                                                1980     L       0-2      Huntington, W.Va.     1993    L       3-5     Huntington, W.Va.       2001   W        3-0      Huntington, W.Va.
     Birmingham-Southern (1-1)                  1981     W       3-2         Davidson, N.C.             L       0-4      Greensboro, N.C.       2003   L        0-1         Lynchburg, Va.
2000   W    3-2      Memphis, Tenn.             1982     W       1-0      Huntington, W.Va.     1994    L       0-8        Greenville, S.C.
2003    L   1-2     Birmingham, Ala.            1983     L       0-6         Davidson, N.C.     1995    L       0-2     Huntingotn, W.Va.              Lincoln Memorial (2-0)
                                                         W       3-1      Huntington, W.Va.             L       1-3        Davidson, N.C.       1995   W     5-0     Huntington, W.Va.
               Belmont (1-0)                    1984     L       1-3         Davidson, N.C.     1996    L       0-4        Greenville, S.C.     1997   W     7-0     Huntington, W.Va.
2000    W       7-0       Memphis, Tenn.                 L       0-1      Huntington, W.Va.
                                                1985     L       1-2         Davidson, N.C.             Gardner-Webb (0-0-1)                                  Longwood (1-0)
          Bowling Green (4-6)                            W       1-0      Huntington, W.Va.     1989    T    2-2  Boiling Springs, N.C.         2004   W        2-0     Huntington, W.Va.
1979    L    0-8         Phillippi, W.Va.       1986     L       0-6         Davidson, N.C.
1997    W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1987     L       0-2      Huntington, W.Va.             Georgetown (Ky.) (2-0)                                Louisville (4-2)
1998    L    0-1    Bowling Green, Ohio         1992     L       1-6      Huntington, W.Va.     1989    W    6-0     Huntington, W.Va.          1983   W        2-1            Louisville, Ky.
1998    L    2-0          Lexington, Ky.                 L       1-9       Greensboro, N.C.     1994    W    2-1     Huntington, W.Va.          1984   W        2-1       Huntington, W.Va.
1999    L    1-2      Huntington, W.Va.         1993     T       1-1         Davidson, N.C.                                                     1994   L        1-4            Louisville, Ky.
2000    L    0-1    Bowling Green, Ohio                  W       3-2       Greensboro, N.C.            George Washington (0-3)                  1995   W        2-0       Huntington, W.Va.
2001    W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1994     L       0-3         Davidson, N.C.     1992    L    0-5       Washington, DC           1996   L        0-1            Louisville, Ky.
2002    L    1-2    Bowling Green, Ohio                  L       1-3       Greensboro, N.C.     1993    L    1-2     Huntington, W.Va.          1997   W        3-1       Huntington, W.Va.
2003    W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1995     L       0-2         Davidson, N.C.     1995    L    1-4       Washington, DC
2004    W    5-2    Bowling Green, Ohio         1996     W       2-0      Huntington, W.Va.                                                                    Loyola (0-0-1)
                                                1998     W       2-1         Davidson, N.C.            Georgia Southern (2-3-1)                 1998    T       2-2     University Park, Pa.
              Brooklyn (0-1)                                                                    1992    L    0-1      Huntington, W.Va.
1983     L     0-3           Norfolk, Va.                   Davis & Elkins (0-1)                1993    L    1-4        Statesboro, Ga.                        Marietta (9-2)
                                                1985      L     0-3      Huntington, W.Va.      1994    W    2-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1980   L        2-3          Marietta, Ohio
               Buffalo (6-2)                                                                    1995    W    3-2        Statesboro, Ga.                L        1-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1998    W       3-1      Huntington, W.Va.                      Dayton (0-3)                    1996    T    1-1      Huntington, W.Va.         1981   W        3-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1999    W       3-1           Buffalo, N.Y.     1986      L     1-2      Huntington, W.Va.              L    0-2         Greenville, S.C.       1983   W        5-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1999    W       2-1           Buffalo, N.Y.     1987      L     0-6          Dayton, Ohio                                                       1984   W        2-1          Marietta, Ohio
2000    W       4-0      Huntington, W.Va.      2005      L     0-2          Dayton, Ohio                 Glassboro State (0-1)                 1986   W        5-1      Huntington, W.Va.
2001    L       2-3           Buffalo, N.Y.                                                     1987     L     0-4         Glassboro, N.J.      1990   W        4-0      Huntington, W.Va.
2002    L       1-2      Huntington, W.Va.                     Denison (0-1-1)                                                                  1991   W        3-0          Marietta, Ohio
2003    W       1-0           Buffalo, N.Y.     1988      L      1-2         Granville, Ohio                   High Point (3-1)                 1995   W        3-0       Huntingon, W.Va.
2004    W       4-1      Huntington, W.Va.      1989      T      2-2      Huntington, W.Va.     2000    W        3-1         High Point, N.C.   2001   W        6-0      Huntington, W.Va.
                                                                                                2001    L        1-2       Huntington, W.Va.    2002   W        8-0      Huntington, W.Va.
       Cal-State Northridge (1-2)                       District of Columbia (0-1)              2002    W        3-0         High Point, N.C.
1995     L     3-5          Dayton, Ohio        1989     L      1-2        Blacksburg, Va.      2003    W        1-0       Huntington, W.Va.                  Marquette (1-0)
1999     L     1-2        Nashville, Tenn.                                                                                                      1997   W       2-1        Columbus, Ohio
2001    W      5-1          Fresno, Calif.                       Duke (1-0)                             Howard University (2-2)
                                                1996     W       2-1        Durham, N.C.        1995    L    1-2        Washington, DC
                                                                                                1996    L    0-1      Huntington, W.Va.


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                                                                                                                                 Record vs. Opponents
              Maryland (0-2)                   2000   T      0-0       Huntington, W.Va.    1997     W        3-2           Annapolis, Md.       1984      L       1-3    Winston-Salem, N.C.
1999    L      0-4       College Park, Md.
2004    L      0-6      Charlottesville, Va.           Ohio University (1-2)                              Transylvania (2-1)                              West Virginia (5-15-1)
                                               1979   L    0-6            Athens, Ohio      1987     W       4-1      Huntington, W.Va.          1983     L    0-2     Morgantown,      W.Va.
  Maryland-Baltimore County (0-1)              1980   L    0-7            Athens, Ohio      1988     L       0-1          Lexington, Ky.         1984     W    1-0       Huntington,    W.Va.
1988  L     0-5        Baltimore, Md.          1989   W    5-0       Huntington, W.Va.      2000     W       9-0      Huntington, W.Va.          1985     T    0-0     Morgantown,      W.Va.
                                                                                                                                                 1986     L    0-1       Huntington,    W.Va.
              Memphis (1-0)                               Old Dominion (0-1)                                  Tulsa (1-1)                        1987     L    0-5     Morgantown,      W.Va.
2005   W       1-0     Huntington, W.Va.       1983   L       1-2          Norfolk, Va.     2005     W        2-1      Huntington, W.Va.         1988     L    0-3       Huntington,    W.Va.
                                                                                            2005     L        0-3           Dallas, Texas        1989     L    0-1     Morgantown,      W.Va.
            Miami (Ohio) (2-4)                            Pittsburgh (0-2-2)                                                                     1990     L    0-2       Huntington,    W.Va.
1983   W       4-1      Huntington, W.Va.      1991   T       0-0        Pittsburgh, Pa.                       UAB (0-2)                         1991     L    1-2     Morgantown,      W.Va.
1988   L       0-3           Oxford, Ohio      1993   L       0-3        Pittsburgh, Pa.    2003      L       1-2      Birmingham, Ala.          1992     L    0-1       Huntington,    W.Va.
1991   L       1-4           Oxford, Ohio      2004   T       3-3        Pittsburgh, Pa.    2005      L       0-1     Huntington, W.Va.          1993     W    2-1     Morgantown,      W.Va.
1997   L       2-3           Oxford, Ohio      2005   L       4-5     Huntington, W.Va.                                                          1994     L    2-3       Huntington,    W.Va.
       L       0-2           Oxford, Ohio                                                                     UCF (2-1-1)                        1995     L    2-5     Morgantown,      W.Va.
1998   W       2-0      Huntington, W.Va.                   Portland (0-1)                  1994     L        1-2            Orlando,     Fla.   1996     W    2-1       Huntington,    W.Va.
                                               1998   L      1-2     University Park, Pa.   2001     W        4-1             Miami,      Fla.   1997     W    2-1     Morgantown,      W.Va.
       Morehead State (9-3-1)                                                               2004     W        2-1            Orlando,     Fla.   1998     L    0-2       Huntington,    W.Va.
1980   L    0-1      Huntington, W.Va.                     Radford (2-4-2)                  2005     T        4-4            Orlando,     Fla.   1999     L    1-2     Morgantown,      W.Va.
       L    2-5         Morehead, Ky.          1983   L      2-3           Radford, Va.                                                          2000     W    2-1       Huntington,    W.Va.
1981   L    0-3         Morehead, Ky.          1984   L      2-4      Huntington, W.Va.                       UNLV (0-1)                         2001     L    0-3     Morgantown,      W.Va.
1982   W    6-1            Ashland, Ky.        1990   L      1-5           Radford, Va.     2002      L       2-3       Las Vegas, Nev.          2003     L    0-1       Charleston,    W.Va.
1983   W    5-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1991   T      3-3      Huntington, W.Va.                                                          2004     L    1-2     Morgantown,      W.Va.
1984   W    1-0         Morehead, Ky.          1994   L      0-4           Radford, Va.                   Vanderbilt (1-2-1)
1985   W    7-0      Huntington, W.Va.         1996   T      1-1      Huntington, W.Va.     1983     L       1-2       Huntington, W.Va.                  West Virginia Tech (2-2)
1986   W    2-0      Huntington, W.Va.         2004   W      2-1      Huntington, W.Va.     1986     T       1-1       Huntington, W.Va.         1979     L     1-8      Huntington,    W.Va.
1987   W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.         2005   W      3-0           Radford, Va.     1990     L       2-4         Nashville, Tenn.        1980     L     3-4     Montgomery,     W.Va.
1988   T    2-2         Morehead, Ky.                                                       1998     W       2-0      Charlottesville, Va.       1984     W     6-0      Huntington,    W.Va.
1989   W    3-0      Huntington, W.Va.                     Richmond (1-5)                                                                        1986     W     2-1     Montgomery,     W.Va.
1990   W    5-0         Morehead, Ky.          1989   L      0-3        Richmond, Va.                        Virginia (0-5)
1991   W    7-1      Huntington, W.Va.         1990   L      0-7        Richmond, Va.       1996      L       1-3          Richmond,      Va.           West Virginia Wesleyan (0-3)
                                               1991   W      2-0     Huntington, W.Va.      1998      L       0-4      Charlottesville,   Va.    1981     L     0-7     Buckhannon, W.Va.
              Mt. Olive (1-0)                  1992   L      0-2        Richmond, Va.       1999      L       0-3      Charlottesville,   Va.    1982     L     0-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1996   W       2-1       Huntington, W.Va.     1993   L      2-3     Huntington, W.Va.      2002      L       0-3      Charlottesville,   Va.    1983     L     0-5     Buckhannon, W.Va.
                                               1994   L      0-3        Richmond, Va.       2004      L       0-3      Charlottesville,   Va.
            Mt. St. Mary’s (1-1)                                                                                                                          Western Carolina (1-2-1)
2000   L        3-4       Emmittsburg, Md.             Robert Morris (2-5-1)                       Virginia Commonwealth (2-3)                   1979      L    1-3      Huntington, W.Va.
2001   W        3-1      Huntington, W.Va.     1990   W    2-1       Huntington, W.Va.      1989      L      2-3   Huntington, W.Va.             1980      L    0-5        Cullowhee, N.C.
                                               1991   T    1-1          Coraopolis, Pa.     1990      W      3-2      Richmond, Va.              1981     T     1-1      Huntington, W.Va.
                Navy (1-0)                     1992   L    1-3       Huntington, W.Va.      1991      L      1-2   Huntington, W.Va.             1982     W     2-1        Cullowhee, N.C.
1997   W        2-0        Annapolis ,Md.      1993   L    1-3          Coraopolis, Pa.     1992      L      1-2      Richmond, Va.
                                               1994   L    1-4       Huntington, W.Va.      1994      W      2-1      Richmond, Va.                      Western Michigan (6-3-2)
            New Mexico (0-1)                   1999   L    0-1     Morgantown, W.Va.                                                             1997     W    1-0      Huntington, W.Va.
2002    L     0-3        Las Vegas, Nev.       2002   W    2-0       Huntington, W.Va.       Virginia Military Institute (13-10-4)               1998     W    1-0      Kalamazoo, Mich.
                                               2003   L    1-2          Coraopolis, Pa.     1979    T     3-3       Huntington, W.Va.            1999     T    2-2      Huntington, W.Va.
    North Carolina-Asheville (3-1)                                                          1980    L     0-3          Lexington, Va.            2000     W    3-2      Kalamazoo, Mich.
1985  W      5-1      Huntington, W.Va.                   Salem-Teikyo (4-0)                1981    T     3-3       Huntington, W.Va.            2001     W    3-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1992   L     1-3         Asheville, N.C.       1990   W       6-0     Huntington,   W.Va.   1982    L     1-2          Lexington, Va.            2001     W    3-1            Akron, Ohio
1993  W      2-1      Huntington, W.Va.        1991   W       3-0         Salem,    W.Va.   1983   W      3-0          Lexington, Va.            2002     W    2-0      Kalamazoo, Mich.
1995  W      4-3         Asheville, N.C.       1996   W       5-0     Huntington,   W.Va.          W      4-0       Huntington, W.Va.            2003     L    1-4      Huntington, W.Va.
                                               1999   W       6-0     Huntington,   W.Va.   1984   W      2-0          Lexington, Va.            2003     L    0-1    Bowling Green, Ohio
   North Carolina-Greensboro (0-1)                                                                 W      3-1       Huntington, W.Va.            2004     L    1-2       Kalamazoo, Mich.
1998   L     2-3        Davidson, N.C.                      Shepherd (1-0)                  1985   W      2-0          Lexington, Va.                     T    2-2       Kalamazoo, Mich.
                                               2003   W       3-0     Huntington, W.Va.            W      5-1       Huntington, W.Va.
   North Carolina-Wilmington (0-1)                                                          1986   W      3-1       Huntington, W.Va.                      Wheeling College (0-1)
1993   L     1-2        Greenville, N.C.                South Alabama (1-1)                 1987    L     0-6          Lexington, Va.            1989      L   0-1        Wheeling, W.Va.
                                               1997   L     1-2           Mobile, Ala.      1988    L     3-4          Lexington, Va.
       Northern Illinois (6-4)                 1998   W     3-2     Huntington, W.Va.               L     0-1        Greensboro, N.C.                          William & Mary (0-1)
1997   W    4-2       Huntington, W.Va.                                                     1989    T     2-2       Huntington, W.Va.            2003      L        1-4     Huntington, W.Va.
1998   L    0-1              DeKalb, Ill.              South Carolina (1-0)                 1990    T     4-4          Lexington, Va.
1999   W    1-0       Huntington, W.Va.        2005   W    1-0         Columbia, S.C.       1991   W      3-1       Huntington, W.Va.                            Winthrop (1-3)
1999   L    1-2              DeKalb, Ill.                                                   1992    L     2-3          Lexington, Va.            1986     L       2-5         Rock Hill, S.C.
2000   L    0-2              DeKalb, Ill.                     SMU (0-1)                     1993   W      6-0       Huntington, W.Va.            1987     L       0-3      Huntington, W.Va.
2001   W    3-1       Huntington, W.Va.        2005   L      1-4     Huntington, W.Va.      1994    L     1-3          Lexington, Va.            1994     L       1-8         Rock Hill, S.C.
2002   W    6-5       Huntington, W.Va.                                                     1995   W      3-0       Huntington, W.Va.            2000     W       4-0      Huntington, W.Va.
2002   W    1-1       Huntington, W.Va.                    St. Peters (0-1)                        W      2-0          Davidson, N.C.
2003   L    1-3              DeKalb, Ill.      2003   L      1-2       Huntington, W.Va.    1996   W      4-0          Lexington, Va.                   Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1-0)
2004   W    3-1       Huntington, W.Va.                                                     1997   W      4-2       Huntington, W.Va.            1999    W     2-1       Nashville, Tenn.
                                                             Temple (1-0)                   2001    L     0-1          Lexington, Va.
       Northern Kentucky (4-3)                 2005   W       2-1    Morgantown, W.Va.      2003    L     0-2          Lexington, Va.                             Wofford (2-0)
1980   W     1-0   Highland Heights, Ky.                                                    2004    L     0-2       Huntington, W.Va.            1995     W        2-0      Spartanburg, S.C.
       W     5-1      Huntington, W.Va.                    Tennessee (5-1)                                                                       1996     W        5-1      Huntington, W.Va.
1981    L    0-1   Highland Heights, Ky.       1982   L      1-2     Huntington, W.Va.                    Virginia Tech (3-12)
1982    L    0-1      Huntington, W.Va.        1984   W      2-0     Huntington, W.Va.      1984     W        1-0       Huntington, W.Va.                       Wright State (3-5)
1989   W     2-0   Highland Heights, Ky.       1986   W      5-1       Knoxville, Tenn.     1985     L        1-2         Blacksburg, Va.        1987     L        0-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1994    L    0-4   Highland Heights, Ky.       1989   W      4-2     Huntington, W.Va.      1986     L        1-3       Huntington, W.Va.        1990     L        0-3           Dayton, Ohio
1995   W     2-1      Huntington, W.Va.        1990   W      3-2       Knoxville, Tenn.     1987     L        1-5         Blacksburg, Va.        1995     L        0-1           Dayton, Ohio
                                               1991   W      1-0     Huntington, W.Va.      1988     L        0-1       Huntington, W.Va.        1998     W        4-2        Cleveland, Ohio
            Northwestern (1-0)                                                              1989     L        2-4         Blacksburg, Va.        2000     W        1-0      Huntington, W.Va.
1997   W        2-1       Columbus, Ohio           Tennessee-Chattanooga (3-2)              1990     L        1-4       Huntington, W.Va.        2002     L        2-4           Dayton, Ohio
                                               1979   W    9-1    Chattanooga, Tenn.        1991     L        3-4         Blacksburg, Va.        2004     W        3-2           Dayton, Ohio
            Ohio State (4-5-1)                 1980   L    2-9    Chattanooga, Tenn.        1992     W        3-2       Huntington, W.Va.        2005     L        0-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1982   W       2-0        Columbus, Ohio       1981   L    0-5     Huntington, W.Va.        1993     L        0-3         Blacksburg, Va.
1983   L       0-1      Huntington, W.Va.      1982   W    3-1    Chattanooga, Tenn.        1994     W        2-1       Huntington, W.Va.                         Xavier (2-3-1)
1985   W       3-2      Huntington, W.Va.      1985   W    4-0     Huntington, W.Va.        1997     L        0-2         Blacksburg, Va.        1985     W        2-1        Cincinnati, Ohio
1986   L       0-3        Columbus, Ohio                                                    1999     L        1-2       Huntington, W.Va.        1987     L        0-2      Huntington, W.Va.
1987   L       0-5      Huntington, W.Va.              Tennessee Tech (1-0)                 2000     L        0-1         Blacksburg, Va.        1990     L        0-3      Huntington, W.Va.
1988   L       1-2        Columbus, Ohio       1988   W    8-0      Huntington, W.Va.       2002     L        1-2       Huntington, W.Va.        1991     T        2-2        Cincinnati, Ohio
1989   W       2-1      Huntington, W.Va.                                                                                                        1992     W        2-0      Huntington, W.Va.
1990   W       2-1        Columbus, Ohio                  Towson State (1-1)                              Wake Forest (0-2)                      1993     L        1-4        Cincinnati, Ohio
1999   L       1-5        Columbus, Ohio       1988   L      1-5         Baltimore, Md.     1983      L     0-2      Huntington, W.Va.


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  Letterwinners
A                                                       Djeukeng, Salvador .................. 2003-04           Karnes, Jim .............................. 1980-83     Proctor, Hank ................................1980
Adams, Joel ............................. 1997-98       Dlin, Craig ....................................1987    Karr, James .......................... 1999-2002       Puryear, Brad ........................... 1982-85
Ademolu, Nicholas ..............2004-05                 Dombrowski, Jared ................... 2001-05           Keller, John .............................. 1983-86
Ahebwa, Dennis ................... 1999-2002            Donley, Ron ..................................1988      Kelm, Rob .....................................1994    R
Al-Samarraie, Firas ................... 2001-04         Donovan, Chris .................... 1999-2002           Kennedy, Brad ......................... 2005           Raissi, Majeed ...............................1993
Albrecht, Jeremy .................. 1999-2001           Dorr, Kasey ...................................1994     Kisler, Clayton .......................... 1987-90     Rasner, Jerod ........................... 1996-97
Afzalirad, Mohammad ............... 1979-81             Dossmann, Andy ...................... 1998-99           Kovar, Lance ............................ 1988-91      Reush, Peter .................................2003
Agusiegbe, Chuks ..........................1979         Dotch, Norman .............................1997         Kowalski, Kurt .......................... 1980-81      Rich, Stanley .................................1988
Akhtar, Amjad .......................... 1992-93        Duff-Cole, Grant ....................... 1993-94                                                               Risley, Robert ........................... 1993-96
Akubue, Anthony...................... 1979-80           Dumas, Keith ........................... 1995-98        L                                                      Rittenour, David ............................1979
Allen, Kevin.............................. 1986-87      Durkin, Joe ...................................1996     Lacko, Brandon ........................ 2005           Roach, David ................................1980
Anello, Vinny ............................ 1990-93                                                              LaPointe, Ryan ......................... 1989-93       Robateau, Mike .............................1980
Ashe, Jeremy ........................... 2002-05        E                                                       La Reservee, Hugo ................... 1997-98          Rofougran, Masood .......................1980
                                                        Edwards, Gary ......................... 1988-89         Larkin, Devon .......................... 1991-92       Rosales, Jaime ..............................1979
B                                                       Enebeli, Rubin ...............................1979      Laskowitz, Scott ....................... 1983-86       Rosenoff, Len ................................1988
Babecki, Walt ........................... 1988-89       Entezamvaziri, Farhad ....................1979          Leggat, Ian .............................. 1995-99     Rupp, David ......................... 1997-2000
Baker, Noel .............................. 2000-01      Ezeadum, Leonard.................... 1979-80            Lenix, Jeff ...........................2004-05
Baku, Vivian............................. 1999-00       Ezibe, Emeka ................................1980       Letts, Scott .........................2003-05          S
Bannister, Frank ....................... 1981-82                                                                Levy, Scott ............................... 1982-84    Sabbillon, Josue ............................1997
Barbera, Mike........................... 2002-04        F                                                       Lindenman, Brad ...........................1991        Salmon, Matt ....................... 1999-2002
Barnett, Robert .............................1979       Fields, Brian ..................................1998    Lore, Tino ................................ 1990-94    Sarget, Robert ..............................1980
Barouxis, Spiros ....................... 1979-82        Fischer, Scott ........................... 1984-86      Lovell, Scott ..................................1990   Schneider, Buddy.................. 1998-2001
Bartholemew, Greg................... 1987-88            Fischer, Steve ........................... 1983-86      Lubega, Abdul Wahab............... 2000-01             Schoof, Frank ........................... 1990-91
Beam, Bryan ............................ 2002-03        Fish, Scott ............................... 1983-84                                                            Scott, Neil .....................................1996
Beaster, Greg ........................... 1991-93       Flores, Osric ............................. 2005        M                                                      Scoville, Dan .................................1992
Bell, Guy.................................. 1992-94     Freeman, Jay ................................2000       MacDonald, Michael ...........2003-05                  Sharif, Bashir ................................1980
Benefee, Gary ...............................1984       Forget, Patrick...............................1991      Mafi, Shahryer ..............................1979       Sherif, Abdurramhman ...................1979
Benford, Paul ................................1980      Fouts, Sean ............................. 1984-85       Martin, David ................................1985     Sizemore, Shawn...................... 1990-93
Bennett, Mathew ...........................2003                                                                 Mason, Brandon ....................... 2001-04         Skeete, Kerwin ......................... 1989-92
Bennett, Wayne ................... 1998-2001            G                                                       McKinney, Chris .............................2003      Smith, John ............................. 1990-91
Beuke, James................................1983        Gelting, Greg ........................... 1990-92       Meadows, Kevin ....................... 1986-89         Smith, Stanton ..............................2005
Biava, Joe ................................ 1983-84     Gentner, Jeff .................................1999     Meadows, Mike .............................1994        Sobczak, Brent ..................... 1998-2002
Blackburn, Sean ............................1986        Gibson, Kirk ............................. 2002-05      Mega, Matt .............................. 1990-91      Sortet, Rick ...................................1981
Bongerzone, Frank ................... 1987-88           Givens, Michael ........................ 1995-97        Meiser, Richard..............................1981      Spaulding, Dave ................... 1999-2002
Bongerzone, Mark .................... 1986-87           Glasgow, Mike .......................... 1991-93        Mellecker, Chris .................... 1999-2001        Spaulding, Steve ...................... 2000-02
Booth, Justin.................................2000      Goode, Taly ......................... 1996-2000         Merrick, David .......................... 1991-92      Stevens, John .......................... 1991-93
Boukhemis, Karim ..............2003-05                  Gonnett, Martin .................... 1999-2000          Merrick, Willy ........................... 1990-92     Strimer, Luke ........................... 2005
Bourassa, Mike ......................... 2002-05        Gravett, Tim .................................1985      Merrill, Allen .................................1988   Stull, Arden...................................1989
Boykin, Paul ............................. 1981-82      Grassinger, Jason ..................... 1996-99         Meyer, Phil ............................... 1981-83    Sulainan, Mohamed .......................1979
Brown, Shep .................................1982       Greenawalt, Tom ...................... 1996-97          McGrath, Mike .......................... 1995-97       Suleman, Raleb .............................1988
Buffington, Phillip ..........................2005                                                               McHale, John ........................... 1995-96       Suter, Jeff .....................................1989
Buxton, Jonathon ..........................2004         H                                                       Michallas, Rod ...............................1980     Swanwick, Mike ........................ 1987-88
                                                        Hall, James ...................................1991     Miller, Brent ..................................1991
C                                                       Hager, Mike...................................2000      Mohebbian, Hossein ......................1979          T
Cantolli, Mike ................................1990     Hammer, Arick ..............................1990        Molina, Rafael .......................... 1989-92      Taylor, Mark ............................. 1987-90
Capellas, Carl ........................... 1993-96      Hapstonstall, Clark ................... 1987-89         Montag, Rob ............................ 1983-84       Templeton, Brett ...................... 1991-94
Cardis, Mike ..................................1990     Harris, Matt ..................................1994     Mueller, Kurt ............................ 1990-91     Templeton, David ..................... 1986-89
Carico, Terry .................................1982     Hartley, Jerricho ....................... 1998-99       Murray, Sean.................................1983      Tennant, Dallas .................... 1998-2001
Carmichael, Byron ................ 1999-2002            Heard, J.T.. ...................................1993    Mutart, Paul ............................. 1989-90     Terhune, Greg.....................2003-05
Carroll, Chris ............................ 1996-97     Heimbecker, Dana ................... 2005               Mya, Danny ..................................1981      Todd, Bill ................................. 1985-88
Carter, Mark ..................................1980     Hendon, Ryan ...............................1997                                                               Toth, Stephen .......................... 1995-96
Castle, David............................ 1987-89       Hettlinger, Craig ....................... 2000-04       N                                                      True, Chris ....................................1995
Casper, Mark ............................ 1993-94       Hildenbrand, Neil.................. 1999-2000           Napier, Phil .............................. 1980-82    True, John ............................... 1993-96
Catizone, Peter......................... 1985-88        Hill, Brian......................................1993   Nicholson, Chad ....................... 1995-97        Turner, Mark .................................1986
Caushaj, Granit ........................ 2002-03        Hill, Chad......................................1988    Nebel, Joe ......................2001, 2003-04
Chamis, Peter ...................... 1999-2000          Hill, Cory ................................. 1995-97    Ngumire, Robert....................... 2001-02         U
Chenowith, Garrett ........................1998         Hudson, Terry ...............................1993       Nnaji, Sonny ............................ 1979-80      Umozurike, Umozurike ...................1980
Chibuzor, George ...........................1979        Hulcher, Rich ............................ 1982-85
Chun, Brian .........................2004-05            Hunt, Claude............................ 1996-97        O                                                      V
Cisco, Mark ...................................1984     Hunt, Sean .............................. 2004-05       Ogle, Greg ............................... 1982-85     Varnado, Chris ..................... 1998-2001
Clouse, Rob ............................. 2000-03       Hurley, Alan ............................. 1986-87      Okafor, Dean .................................1981     Vollmer, David .......................... 1988-91
Cochrane, Clayton ..............2002-04                 Husbands, David ...................... 1995-97          Okoye, Ike ....................................1981    Vought, Eric ............................. 1996-97
Collings, Scott .......................... 1991-94                                                              Openlander, Tim ............................1993
Cooley, Jira .............................. 2005        I                                                       Orrick, Richard ......................... 1979-80      W
Cravens, Scott ...............................1982      Igwe, Nene ...................................1979                                                             Waizenegger, Matt .................... 1986-89
Cross, Stan .............................. 1999-00      Ihunnah, Anthony .................... 1979-80           P                                                      Walter, Greg ............................ 2005
Cubic, Mike .............................. 1980-81      Ikefuna, Alex ................................1979      Papalia, Dave ........................... 1982-84      Wehrle, John.................................1999
                                                        Imani, Mohammad ........................1979            Paterson, Brent ........................ 1993-94       Wilfong, John ................................1981
D                                                       Inagaki, Shintaro..................... 2005             Paxton, Vic ...................................1989    Willauer, Mike........................... 1987-91
Daniele, John ......................2003-05             Ingersoll, Ward ........................ 1983-84        Payne, Ryan ............................. 1991-93      Williams, Jeremy ...................... 2001-02
Datin, Bill......................................1985                                                           Peckich, Chris .......................... 1982-84      Willis, Tyler ...................................1988
Datin, Jim ................................ 1981-82     J                                                       Pena, Byron ..................................1992     Winthrow, John .............................1985
Deaton, Bruce .......................... 1982-84        Jackson, Scott .......................... 1981-84       Perdue, Richie ...............................1984     Wortz, Grant ............................ 2000-01
Deaton, Tim............................. 1984-85        Jammal, Sam ................................1990        Perri, Ted ................................. 1983-84
Delia, Rob .....................................1989    Jeddi, Medhi ............................ 1987-88       Phillips, Barry ........................... 1979-80    Y
Delossantos, Chico ................... 1987-89          Jenkins, Tim .................................1997      Phillips, Ted ............................. 1983-84    Yeatts, Matt ..................................1989
Dempsey, Pat ................................1987       Joeseph, Pat ............................ 1981-84       Pierce, Chan .................................1984     Yeatts, Mike ............................. 1989-92
Dichter, Ed ............................... 1987-88     Jones, Eric ............................... 1995-97     Pilcher, Andy ............................ 1985-86
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Dirou, Paul............................... 2001-03                                                              Pirayesh, Mahmood .......................1979          Zulauf, Andy ............................ 1981-85
Diuguid, Todd .......................... 1987-90        K                                                       Prather, Graham ............................2003       Zulauf, John ..................................1982
                                                        Karnes, Chuck .......................... 1985-87        Pribe, Tim ................................ 1990-94


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                                                                                                                                 Marshall University
   Located in beautiful Hunting-                   Communications and the Joan C.
ton, West Virginia, a city of nearly               Edwards School of Medicine.
50,000 on the Ohio River, Marshall                    Marshall has consistently in-
is one of the finest universities in                creased enrollment over the years
the nation.                                        to the current enrollment of 16,326.
   Marshall University is named                    Despite the steady growth, Mar-
a er John Marshall, Chief Justice                  shall continues to provide each
of the United States Supreme Court                 student with quality individual
from 1801-35. The school was                       a ention, thanks to a 24 to 1 student
established as Marshall Academy                    to teach ratio.
in 1837 and in 1858 the school was                    New facilities and infrastructure
designated Marshall College. In the                on campus have come along with
spring of 1961, Marshall became a                  the student population growth.
university.                                        Hundreds of millions of dollars
   Today, Marshall is thriving in-                 have been invested in new campus
stitution that boasts 11 academic                  construction over the last decade
units: the Lewis College of Busi-                  ranging from the state-of-the-art
ness, the College of Education and                 John Deaver Drinko Library, the
Human Services, the College of                     newly completed Marshall Com-
Fine Arts, the College of Informa-                 mons dorm complex that is the
tion Technology and Engineering,                   first in the nation to offer wireless
                                                                                               While course work is demand-
the College of Liberal Arts, the                   phone technology to its residents,
College of Nursing and Health Pro-                 to the soon to be completed Robert
                                                                                            ing, the atmosphere in which                  MARSHALL
fessions, the College of Science, the              C. Byrd Bio-technology Center that
                                                                                            classes are conducted is casual and           UNIVERSITY SPORTS
                                                                                            friendly. Marshall professors take
Community and Technical College,                   will provide Marshall students and
the Graduate College, the W. Page                  researchers with a state-of-the-art
                                                                                            special care to get to know each              Men               Women
Pi School of Journalism and Mass                   bio-medical research facility.
                                                                                            student and take pride in their               Baseball          Basketball
                                                      Marshall offers numerous aca-
                                                                                            students’ accomplishments. There              Basketball        Cross Country
                                                                                            is a genuine feeling of community             Cross Country     Golf
                                                   demic possibilities through its
                                                                                            spirit among the faculty, students,           Football          Soccer
                                                   academic units that can meet the
                                                                                            and staff that makes the Marshall a            Golf
                                                   educational needs and desires of                                                                         Softball
                                                                                            very special place. Because of the
                                                   almost anyone. With 24 associate,                                                      Soccer            Swimming
                                                                                            size of the University, each student
                                                   43 baccalaureate, and 45 graduate                                                                         and Diving
                                                                                            can participate fully in all of the
                                                   degree programs, Marshall pro-
                                                                                            academic opportunities, including                               Tennis
                                                   vides a well-rounded education
                                                                                            discussion groups, labs, intern-                                Track and
                                                   to mee any interest.
                                                                                            ships and lecture classes.                                       Field
                                                      Not only can students find the
                                                                                               Marshall has more than 120                                   Volleyball
                                                   right degree program at Marshall,
                                                                                            recognized student organizations
                                                   they can afford it. More than 50
                                                                                            and extracurricular activities to
                                                   percent of Marshall’s students
                                                                                            round out a quality education.
                                                                   receive financial as-
                                                                                            The groups include everything
 PROMINENT MARSHALL ALUMNI                                         sistance in the form
                                                                                            from the popular intramural sports
 Troy Brown ..........New England Patriots receiver                of grants, loans, stu-
                                                                                            programs to activity clubs. In ad-
 Morris Dempson Busby ........... U.S. Ambassador                  dent employment,
                                                                                            dition, there are 20 fraternities and
 Robert C. Byrd .............................. U.S. Senator        and/or academic
                                                                                            sororities located close to campus
 Billy Crystal .............................. actor, comedian      scholarships. Mar-
                                                                                            from which to choose. Marshall’s
 John Deaver Drinko ....... attorney, philanthropist               shall has some of
                                                                                            greek life provides students with
 John Fiedler ................ Motion Picture Producer             the most affordable
 Byron Leftwich .. Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback                                         an additional opportunity to
                                                                   tuition costs in the
 Verna LeMasters Gibson.................. The Limited                                       learn about lifestyles and group
                                                                   nation.
 Hal Greer ........................ NBA 1st 50 year team                                    dynamics.
 Joe Johns ........................................ NBC News
 Mike McVey.................... singer, Broadway actor
 Dwight Morrow ...................... U.S. Ambassador
 Randy Moss ................ Oakland Raiders receiver
 Burl Osborne..................... newspaper publisher
 Chad Pennington ...... New York Jets quarterback
 Cynthia Rylant............author of children’s books
 Soupy Sales ............................. actor, comedian
 Lou Sahadi .............................publisher, author
 Brig. Gen. David W. Stallings ..............U.S. Army
 Marvin Stone ............ Retired National Journalist
 F. Selby Wellman ........ senior VP CISCO Systems
 Harvey White .................. founder of Qualcomm                                                                                    The Marshall Memorial Fountain pays
 Quinton Wilson ............... ”Rocket Boy,” scientist         Matthew McConaghey (right), with Marshall head football coach           tribute to the 75 members of the MU
 Denise Baisden Wright ...............NASA physician            Mark Snyder, will star in the motion picture “We Are Marshall,” which   football program who perished in a 1970
                                                                opens in December.                                                      airplane crash.


                                                                                                                                                                         25
 University Staff
Dr. Stephen J. Kopp                                                           Bob Marcum
President                                                                     Director of Athletics
Notre Dame, ‘73                                                               Marshall, ‘59

   Dr. Stephen J. Kopp, former special assistant                                 Bob Marcum joined the Marshall University
to the chancellor with the Ohio Board of Regents,                             staff on July 1, 2002. Marcum, a Huntington
and former provost of Ohio University, is Marshall                            native and Marshall graduate, returned to lead
University’s 36th president. He was named president by Marshall’s Board       the Marshall athletics department a er serving as the athletics director
of Governors in June 2005.                                                    at the University of Massachuse s for nine years. A well-respected and
   “Looking at Marshall and the Huntington community, I have been             experienced veteran in the world of college athletics, Marcum has already
so impressed with the tremendous relationship between the two,”               made a significant impact at his alma mater.
Kopp says. “That support base, not just in Huntington but in the state           Arguably, Marcum’s greatest accomplishment at Marshall is securing
as a whole, is a tremendously strong foundation for building a vibrant        the Herd’s inclusion in the new Conference USA. The Herd’s move to
future for Marshall University, and helping the community and the             Conference USA will provide Marshall athletics with greater exposure in
surrounding area improve the quality of life for West Virginians. To be       some of the nation’s top media markets, a greater potential for revenue
a part of that, to work with the community to help that transition take       in television and marketing, more football bowl game options and an
place, is an incredibly exciting opportunity.”                                increased level of competition in all varsity sports.
   Kopp speaks often of the “promise of a better future” for West                On the field, the nationally-recognized football program has
Virginians, and says an important part of fulfilling that promise is a         continued to flourish under Marcum with a Mid-American Conference
solid commitment to advance student learning.                                 championship in December 2002 and another GMAC Bowl win later
   “We need to produce learning that makes a difference in the lives of        that year. Olympic sports have also seen considerable success, from
our students and the communities that they are a part of,” Kopp says.         the 2005 so ball regular-season championship to the Herd’s national
“It’s a process that involves the entire campus community. How can we         championship appearance at the 2004 NCAA Doubles Championships
improve the achievement of the students? We need to push ourselves            in women’s tennis. Women’s basketball and volleyball have also made
to get be er and be er.”                                                      tremendous strides since Marcum’s arrival, pu ing together two of the
   Kopp and his wife, Jane, have two grown children. Their son, Adam,         biggest turnarounds in the nation over the last three years.
lives in Chicago and works in the law office of the Illinois lieutenant            Marcum has also overseen considerable upgrades and improvements
governor. Their daughter, Elizabeth, a physical therapist, and her            to many of the Thundering Herd’s athletics venues, including upgrades
husband, Matthew Bradley, M.D., an orthopedic resident, live in               at Joan C. Edwards Stadium and the Cam Henderson Center.
Portland, Ore., and are the proud parents of the Kopps’ first grandchild,         In the classroom, Marshall athletes have succeeded at the highest levels
Rachel.                                                                       – two of Marshall’s seven Academic All-Americans have been selected
   Kopp was a special assistant to the chancellor with the Ohio Board of      in the last five years. Women’s soccer’s Kelly Kennedy accomplished the
Regents from 2004-05. The special assignment, made at the request of          feat in the fall of 2002, while volleyball’s Isabell Anderer was named to
the chancellor, Roderick G. W. Chu, involved two areas of responsibility:     the team in both 2002 and 2003.
leading a statewide initiative to advance innovative practices that              Marcum came to Marshall from UMass, where he was just the third
improve student access, learning productivity and accountability in           individual to serve as athletic director at UMass since 1948. UMass
Ohio public institutions of higher education, and assisting the nation of     produced more Atlantic 10 all-academic selections than any other
Hungary on behalf of the board and the state of Ohio with implementing        league school over Marcum’s last seven years and led the conference
European Union higher education reforms.                                      in academic all-league picks six times in that stretch. In its ninth full
   Previously, Kopp was provost for two years at Ohio University (2002-       academic year under Marcum’s direction in 2001-2002, UMass won the
2004) in Athens, Ohio, where he shared with the president the central         Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Cup for the sixth time.
administrative role in the university and served as the chief academic           Recognized as one of the most knowledgeable and experienced in his
and operating officer. He led the senior administration effort to assist         field, Marcum has forged an outstanding reputation in intercollegiate
the university’s medical school in privatizing its patient services clinic.   athletics. His leadership and vision were instrumental in UMass’ rise
He also participated in Ohio University’s $200 million Bicentennial           to prominence in the 1990s, and his diligent efforts were recognized by
Campaign, raising more than $7 million in major gi s and pledges.             his peers when he was honored as the 1999 NACDA Northeast Region
   As provost, Kopp had the principal responsibility for planning the         I-AA Athletic Director of the Year.
university budget, which was $540 million in fiscal year 2005, and                An outstanding athlete during his youth in Huntington, W.Va.,
working with the vice presidents to coordinate internal institutional         Marcum a ended Marshall where he earned his bachelor’s degree in
affairs.                                                                       social studies and physical education in 1959. Still an avid golfer and
   Kopp also was founding dean of the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow             stock car enthusiast, Marcum has displayed a philosophy that stresses
College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University, and             the importance of combining athletics and academics in a young person’s
founding dean of the College of Allied Health Professions at Midwestern       life.
University. He also served in a variety of positions for nearly 20 years at      His knowledge of the inner workings of college athletics stems
the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.                                  from the wide spectrum of sports related positions Marcum has held.
   Kopp received his B.S. in Biology in 1973 from the University of           A er earning his master’s degree in education administration from
Notre Dame, and his Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics in 1976 from           the University of Akron in 1970, Marcum served as Associate Athletic
the University of Illinois at Chicago. He was a postdoctoral fellow at        Director at Iowa State University from 1971-78. He le Iowa State to
St. Louis University Medical Center, department of physiology, and a          become the Director of Athletics at the University of Kansas, a position
research fellow and NIH fellow in the department of biochemistry at           he held from 1978-82 and then held the same position at the University
the University of Illinois at Chicago.                                        of South Carolina from 1982-88.
                                                                                 Born Oct. 29, 1936, Marcum has one daughter, Diana, a 1980 graduate
                                                                              of Iowa State, and three grandchildren.



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                                                                                                            Huntington, W.Va.
   Huntington, W. Va., home of the Marshall
Thundering Herd, is just that, a city that
embraces its university. In the community of
nearly 50,000 people, the love and support of
everything Marshall can be seen in the fans
adorned in green and white around town to
the atmosphere surrounding campus.
   As the second largest city in the Mountain
State, Huntington has been able to keep its
old-time charm while growing into a modern,
bustling community centered around the
growth and development of the university.
   A community based in the southwestern
part of the state bordering Ohio and Ken-
tucky, Huntington is a former railroad town
etched on the Ohio River. Collis P. Huntington
needed a railway terminus to connect the East
Coast to the Midwest so he created one. In its
prime, Huntington was the residential and
industrial core of the Ohio River Valley.
                                                  rock to country and rap to jazz. Other river    mall, the Huntington Mall, located in nearby
   Today, Huntington remains a busy hub for
                                                  activities include Spring Fest and Summer       Barboursville. In fall 2004, Pullman Square, a
transportation and industrial activities and
                                                  Fest. Both festivals feature boat racing, a     multi-million dollar shopping and entertain-
is increasingly becoming a center for service
                                                  wide variety of vendors and culminate in        ment facility, opened along Third Avenue.
businesses and health care. In addition to
                                                  spectacular fireworks displays.                  The complex hosts a variety of nationally-
being a rail center, it is the busiest port on
                                                     More water fun can be found at Beech Fork    known restaurants and retail shops and
the Ohio River and has highways and airline
                                                  Lake, just south of downtown Huntington.        includes a state-of-the-art cinema complex.
connections with many major cities.
                                                  Beech Fork offers dozens of campsites, picnic    Pullman Square is a showcase for the down-
   Along with the busy environment, the
                                                  areas and fishing and also rents pontoon and     town area and provide greater entertainment
city offers a plethora of opportunities for
                                                  paddle boats for a relaxing day of leisure.     and dining options for Huntington visitors
relaxation and fun. Huntington is noted for
                                                     The Big Sandy Superstore Arena is located    and residents.
its broad tree-lined streets, a ractive homes,
                                                  only blocks from Marshall’s campus and hosts       Huntington also boasts an entire menu
cordial atmosphere and fine parks.
                                                  nationally-known musical acts throughout        of restaurants to satisfy any taste. A visit to
   The city takes pride in its more than 750
                                                  the year and other entertainment events from    Huntington wouldn’t be complete without a
acres of parkland. Ri er Park, located in the
                                                  Motocross to professional wrestling.            stop at some of the fine restaurants in the area
center of the city, is a premier municipal park
                                                     Within an easy drive of Huntington is a      such as Chili Willi’s, the Boston Beanery and
utilized year-round by Huntington residents
                                                  wealth of outdoor adventure. West Virginia      Rocco’s. When visiting Huntington a trip to
and visitors. The park features a track, ten-
                                                  is known for its extensive state park system,   historic Jim’s Steak and Spaghe i House or
nis courts, a playground, an internationally
                                                  world class whitewater ra ing, skiing, hiking   Stewart’s Original Hotdogs is a must.
recognized rose garden, an amphitheatre and
                                                  and fishing. The state park system ranges           Marshall University athletics are also
multiple picnic areas.
                                                  from majestic Blackwater Falls in the east to   heavily supported throughout the region
   Harris Riverfront Park is located in down-
                                                  the breathtaking view of the New River Gorge    and the state. Each football game day, tens of
town Huntington and plays host to multiple
                                                  at Hawk’s Nest State Park in the south.         thousands of fans pour into Joan C. Edwards
outdoor concerts and various river activities
                                                     Huntington also provides a wide array        Stadium to cheer on the Herd and give Mar-
throughout the year. The concerts meet the
                                                  of shopping from the antique capital of Old     shall one of the best home field advantages
taste of many individuals ranging from
                                                  Central City to the state’s largest shopping    in all of college football.
                                                                                                     Marshall University also provides a wealth
                                                                                                  of educational and recreational opportuni-
                                                                                                  ties. Throughout the year well-known artists,
                                                                                                  writers, internationally renowned lecturers
                                                                                                  and even United States presidents visit Hun-
                                                                                                  tington and the Marshall campus. In addition,
                                                                                                  the school offers a student recreation center,
                                                                                                  a natatorium that is available for student use
                                                                                                  and athletic courts and fields.
                                                                                                     In Huntington, one experiences the ad-
                                                                                                  vantages of a large city: creativity, excite-
                                                                                                  ment and growth. But one also finds room
                                                                                                  to stretch out and relax. The city combines
                                                                                                  a wonderful mix of Eastern sophistication
                                                                                                  and Midwestern hospitality, with a gentle
                                                                                                  touch of Southern charm.
Pullman Square


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 Conference USA
Team C-USA:                               • 72 postseason teams (40 NCAA         C-USA ON TV
Dedicated to Excellence                     and 32 NIT)                             C-USA enjoys significant televi-
   Excellence every day. For Confer-      • Strong fan support, drawing          sion exposure through its partner-
ence USA, dedication to excellence          more than one million fans each      ships with ESPN Inc. and College
is a common thread in athletics,            season                               Sports Television Networks (CSTV).
academics and in the community,           • Two Final Four teams                 The league entered into long-term
and the guiding initiative for the        • Five Elite Eight NCAA Tourna-        agreements with both ESPN and
league’s promising future. Con-             ment teams                           CSTV, which, combined, provides
ference USA features 12 nationally        • One NIT Champion                     C-USA with significant national
prominent, tradition-rich members         • Four NIT semifinalists                and regional exposure for football,
in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall,                                             men’s and women’s basketball, and
Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern              Women’s Basketball                     all other conference sports. Ad-
Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and         • 42 NCAA Tournament appear-           ditionally, the CSTV agreement in-
UTEP. This combination enhances             ances                                cludes video-on-demand, Internet,
men’s and women’s programs that           • 24 WNIT appearances                  broadband, national over-the-air
are steeped in athletic success and       • One team in the NCAA Sweet 16        and satellite radio, and wireless
academic prowess. Together, we            • Two WNIT semifinalists                distribution as well as corporate
are dedicated to excellence, integ-                                              marketing rights, and website pro-
rity and leadership in athletics, aca-    Baseball                               duction through CSTV Online, a
demics and in our communities.            • 35 NCAA appearances                  subsidiary of CSTV. The agreement
   All C-USA institutions sponsor         • Three College World Series ap-       with ESPN extends the conference’s
Division I-A football, along with           pearances in 2006, 2005 and 2001     current regular season football
several other men’s and women’s           • Eight Super Regional appear-         package to include the broadcast of
athletic programs, many of which            ances                                the conference’s Football Champi-
compete regularly for NCAA                • Has produced at least four NCAA      onship Game. It also encompasses
Championships. C-USA sponsors               teams in each of the last five sea-   distribution of men’s basketball
competition in 19 sports - nine for         sons                                 and women’s basketball on ESPN/
men (baseball, basketball, cross                                                 ESPN2 and both tournament cham-
country, football, golf, soccer, tennis      In addition, 27 volleyball teams,   pionship games.
and indoor and outdoor track and          34 men’s and women’s soccer teams                                               members included Charlo e, Cin-
field) and 10 for women (basketball,       and 17 so ball teams have earned       C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY                   cinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louis-
cross country, golf, so ball, soccer,     NCAA Tournament bids. C-USA               The conference’s footprint is con-    ville, Marque e, Memphis, Saint
swimming and diving, tennis, in-          has sent three men’s soccer teams      centrated with 12 members in nine        Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB
door and outdoor track and field           to the NCAA College Cup, five so -      states and a combined area popula-       and USF. Eleven of the institutions
and volleyball).                          ball teams to the Women’s College      tion of nearly 17 million. More than     began athletic participation in 1995,
   The league sponsors numerous           World Series and three volleyball      1.1 million living alumni represent      while Houston joined competition
academic awards, including the            teams to the Sweet 16. The league      C-USA schools across the nation.         in the fall of 1996.
Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the         has also had three national champi-    With a renewed commitment to                The league’s headquarters were
Commissioner’s Academic Medal,            ons in NCAA track and field com-        community involvement, the con-          established in Chicago and a er
indicative of outstanding achieve-        petition, one national champion        ference has begun development of         nine years, relocated to the cur-
ment in the classroom. C-USA an-          in diving and numerous NCAA            several initiatives to maintain strong   rent office in Irving, Texas. Bri on
nually awards six postgraduate            individual and team competitors        ties in C-USA cities, as well as with    Banowsky was named Commis-
scholarships, along with the Sport        in cross country, golf, swimming,      fans and alumni across the country.      sioner in October 2002, succeeding
Academic Award, Scholar Athletes          tennis and track and field. Overall,    C-USA schools also place a priority      Mike Slive, the league’s first com-
of the Year and the Institutional         Conference USA teams and indi-         on giving back to their communities      missioner.
Academic Excellence Award.                viduals have made more than 420        through volunteer service with lo-          C-USA added East Carolina (Sep-
                                          NCAA appearances.                      cal and national organizations.          tember, 1996) and the United States
SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD                                                                                              Military Academy (March, 1997)
   Conference USA performers have         SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD                  GOVERNANCE                               as football members. ECU began
achieved great success in competi-           C-USA institutions are among           Along with the ACC, Big East,         league competition in 1997; Army
tion, placing the league among the        the nation’s best in academic per-     Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC,         in 1998 and UAB began football
top conferences in the nation.            formance among student-athletes,       Conference USA is one of the sev-        play in 1999. The league added
                                          bolstered by the fact that student-    en conferences having significant         TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports
Football                                  athletes at league schools have        representation in the NCAA gov-          and they began competition in 2001.
• Rated among the top seven con-          a higher graduation rate than          ernance structure. The Presidents        USF started C-USA football in 2003.
  ferences in the nation                  the general student population.        of the member institutions serve as         A er celebrating its 10th Anni-
• 33 teams have earned bowl bids          Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-ath-       the league’s Board of Directors. Dr.     versary during the 2004-05 season,
• Member of the Bowl Champion-            letes, there are champions off the      Carol Garrison of UAB began her          C-USA began a new chapter in
  ship Series                             playing field as well. In 11 years,     first year as chair of the Board of Di-   2005-06 when its current member-
• Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone          92 student-athletes earned national    rectors in 2005-06 and will serve in     ship came together to form the new
  Liberty Bowl, GMAC Bowl,                ESPN The Magazine Academic All-        that capacity again in 2006-07.          look of the league.
  Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl, Fort             America honors, while 282 were                                                     Since its formation, C-USA has
  Worth Bowl, New Orleans Bowl,           named All-District. In addition,       A PROUD HISTORY;                         established a strong foundation, an
  Birmingham Bowl and a bowl in           more than 11,000 student-athletes      A PROMISING FUTURE                       identity and a history that reflects
  Houston, Texas                          have been named to the Commis-            Conference USA was formed in          the league’s national presence.
                                          sioner’s Honor Roll or received the    1995 and quickly emerged as one          Eleven years of remarkable history
Men’s Basketball                          Commissioner’s Academic Medal,         of the nation’s top conferences. The     has reinforced the league’s posi-
• Consistently rated as one of the        indicative of outstanding achieve-     conference unveiled its name, logo       tion in collegiate athletics, se ing
  top basketball leagues in the           ment in the classroom.                 and commissioner on April 24, 1995       the course for the next decade and
  country                                                                        in Chicago. The league’s charter         beyond.


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