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									 ASU Stadium at
  Ted Mackorell
 Soccer Complex


     In 2011, Appalachian soccer begins its fourth season of play at the ASU Soccer Stadium at Ted
Mackorell Soccer Complex. Completed in 2008, the facility features two artificial turf fields as well as a
picturesque panoramic view of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains.
     The High Country Soccer Association (HCSA) Ted Mackorell Complex is located off of Brookshire
Road, and is easily accessible from US-421. In addition to ASU Stadium, two other fields (one turf, one
grass) provide local high school HCSA teams a chance to play soccer throughout the year. The stadium is
complete with a modern press box and seating for up to 1,000 spectators.
     In 2010, a new addition was added to the complex, featuring locker rooms for both the men’s and
women’s teams. Each locker room contains 30 lockers, showers, bathrooms, television and sound system.
Additionally, the structure includes a concession stand and restrooms for the public.
                                                                                      Contents

                                  2011 Appalachian State University
                                     Men’s Soccer Media Guide
Table of Contents .................................................................. 1               2010 Team Statistics ...........................................................25
Quick Facts/Schedule .......................................................... 2                    2010 Individual Statistics ..................................................26
Media Information ................................................................ 3
2011 Opponents ................................................................ 4-5                  Record Book
2011 Season Outlook ........................................................... 6                    Year-by-Year Records ..........................................................27
Head Coach Shaun Pendleton .......................................... 7                              All-Time Roster .............................................................. 28-29
Assistant Coach Matt Nelson ............................................ 8                           All-Time Series ......................................................................29
                                                                                                     All-Time Results ............................................................. 30-31
The Mountaineers                                                                                     Individual and Team Records ..........................................32
Roster ......................................................................................... 9   Southern Conference Honors .........................................33
Team Photo............................................................................10
Mark Bridges .........................................................................11             Appalachian State University
Sean Dreybus ........................................................................12              Southern Conference Information ................................34
Ryan Duffy..............................................................................13           Appalachian Administration ...........................................35
Bruno Mbamala....................................................................14                  Citizens/Leaders...................................................................36
Lee Rutter ...............................................................................15         Points of Pride.......................................................................37
Collin Taylor ...........................................................................16          Chancellor Kenneth Peacock ..........................................38
Harrison Delbridge / David Dodge ...............................17                                   Appalachian History ...........................................................39
Danny Free / Nate Latigue ...............................................18                          Leadership .............................................................................40
Kojo Thompson / Walker White ......................................19                                Alumni .....................................................................................41
Lee Williams / Newcomer: Bentley ................................20                                  Boone, N.C....................................................................... 42-43
Newcomers: Broaden, Gregory, Harrow......................21
Newcomers: Harrison, Lavigne, Lee-Him ....................22
Newcomers: Millsaint, Sinclair, Skoda ..........................23
Newcomers: Trower, West, S. Williams..........................24




                            CRediTS
   design and editing: Paul Blascovich
   editorial Assistance: Mike Flynn, Charles Cochrum,
       Justin Bohn
   Photography: ASU athletic archives, James Fay,
       Meghan Gay, Dave Mayo, Tommy Penick,
       David Scearce, Troy Tuttle
   Front Cover: Lee Rutter and Ryan Duffy
   Back Cover: Sean Dreybus and Mark Bridges                                                                                                                 Bruno Mbamala
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                                                                       Quick Facts / Schedule
UNiVeRSiTY                                                                                                                             2011 Schedule
Location............................................................... Boone, North Carolina
Founded .................................................................................................1899   dATe       OPPONeNT                  LOCATiON          TiMe (eT)
Enrollment ......................................................................................... 17,222     Aug. 20    High Point (Exhibition)   High Point, N.C.        7 p.m.
Nickname .............................................................................Mountaineers              Aug. 22    Liberty (Exhibition)      Lynchburg, Va.          3 p.m.
Colors ..................................................................................Black and Gold
                                                                                                                Aug. 27    Radford                   Boone, N.C.             2 p.m.
Conference ...................................................................................Southern
Faculty Representative.................................................Dr. Alan Hauser                          Sept. 1    Catawba                   Boone, N.C.             7 p.m.
Athletics Director ................................................................Charlie Cobb                 Sept. 4    Mercer                    Macon, Ga.              1 p.m.
Senior Assoc. AD/SWA.......................................... Debbie Richardson                                Sept. 9    Gardner-Webb ^            Davidson, N.C.          5 p.m.
Facility ..................................................... Appalachian Soccer Stadium                       Sept. 11   Detroit Mercy ^           Davidson, N.C.          5 p.m.
Seating Capacity ................................................................................1,000          Sept. 16   Coastal Carolina $        Conway, S.C.         7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                Sept. 18   Hartwick $                Conway, S.C.             Noon
COACHiNG STAFF                                                                                                  Sept. 27   UNC Asheville             Boone, N.C.             7 p.m.
Head Coach .................................................................. Shaun Pendleton                   Oct. 1     Elon *                    Elon, N.C.              7 p.m.
Alma Mater ..............................................................................Akron, 1985            Oct. 5     Winthrop                  Boone, N.C.             7 p.m.
Record at ASU.................................................................... 26-24-4 (.519)                Oct. 8     UNCG *                    Boone, N.C.         7:30 p.m.
Career Record ............................................................... 346-77-18 (.805)                  Oct. 14    Georgia Southern *        Statesboro, Ga.         4 p.m.
Office Phone .......................................................................828-262-6965                Oct. 18    College of Charleston *   Boone, N.C.             6 p.m.
Office Fax .............................................................................828-262-4056            Oct. 22    Furman *                  Boone, N.C.         7:30 p.m.
Email ...............................................................pendleton@appstate.edu
                                                                                                                Oct. 25    Wofford *                 Boone, N.C.             7 p.m.
Assistant Coach .................................................................... Matt Nelson
Alma Mater ................................................................................Lynn, 2000           Oct. 29    Davidson *                Davidson, N.C.          7 p.m.
Email ................................................................nelsonmc@appstate.edu                     Nov. 1     East Tennessee State      Johnson City, Tenn.     7 p.m.
                                                                                                                Nov. 5     SoCon First Round         TBD                       TBD
TeAM iNFORMATiON                                                                                                Nov. 11    SoCon Semifinal           Boone, N.C.               TBd
2010 Record ......................................................................................... 8-8-3     Nov. 13    SoCon Final               Boone, N.C.             1 p.m.
2010 Home Record ............................................................................ 6-1-0
2010 Away Record ............................................................................. 1-6-2            * denotes conference match
2010 Neutral Record ......................................................................... 1-1-1             Home matches in bold
2010 SoCon Record/Finish ................................................4-2-1 (t-4th)                          ^ Davidson adidas Classic
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................................................13 / 8                      $ Coastal Carolina/adidas Tournament
Starters Returning/Lost .....................................................................8 / 3
Newcomers ................................................................................................13

SPORTS iNFORMATiON
Soccer Contact/Intern ..................................................Paul Blascovich
Office Phone .......................................................................828-262-7166
Cell Phone............................................................................717-798-2058
Email ...........................................................blascovichpj@appstate.edu
Fax ..........................................................................................828-262-6106
Sports Information Director ................................................Mike Flynn
Associate SID ............................................................... Charles Cochrum
Assistant SID ...........................................................................Ryan Bower
Sports Information Intern .................................................. Justin Bohn
Mailing Address ........................................................................Box 32116
........................................................................................ Boone, N.C. 28608
Overnight Address ...........................................425 Jack Branch Drive
........................................................................................ Boone, N.C. 28608
Web site ........................................................................ www.GoASU.com

SOUTHeRN CONFeReNCe
Commissioner ...................................................................John Iamarino
Asst. Comm. Media Relations .........................................Jason Yaman
Associate MR Director ...............................................Jonathan Caskey
Office Phone .......................................................................864-591-5100
Office Fax .............................................................................864-591-3448
Email ..............................................................................jaskey@socon.org
Web site ............................................................ www.SoConSports.com
Mailing Address ......................................... The Southern Conference
..................................................................................702 North Pine Street
.............................................................................Spartanburg, S.C. 29303

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                                        Media information

COACH/ATHLeTe iNTeRVieWS                                    SoCon ReLeASe
ALL interviews with coaches should be directed              A Southern Conference release will be published
through the ASU Sports Information office. Please           every week beginning at the end of August. The
contact Paul Blascovich at (828) 262-7166 or                SoCon contact for soccer is Jonathan Caskey. Caskey’s
(717) 798-2058 to arrange an interview time. Coaches        office number is (864) 591-5100. Media members
are primarily available for interview by phone or in        may gain access to ASU and SoCon releases via
person from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., depending on          www.SoConSports.com.
the team’s travel schedule.

Interviews with student-athletes are encouraged;            ASU ON THe iNTeRNeT
however ALL interviews must be arranged through the
Sports Information Office. Interviews will be arranged      Visit the official Appalachian State Athletics home
according to the schedule of each individual athlete        page on the Internet at www.GoASU.com. The site
and are usually conducted before or after scheduled         offers up-to-date information on all of ASU’s varsity
practices. This policy facilitates the orderly scheduling   sports, including schedules and results, player and
and completion of the desired interview. All interviews     coach biographies, as well as the latest news from
must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance. Please       each of the ASU athletic programs.
coordinate all requests with Blascovich. ASU Sports
Information will not supply the media home or cellular      LiVe STATiSTiCS / STReAMiNG
telephone numbers for student-athletes. Likewise,
training room, locker room and apartment/dormitory     Internet live statistics will be provided for all home
areas are considered private player areas and are off- soccer games. Due to potential technical problems,
limits to the media.                                   live stats may not always be unavailable or may not
                                                       transmit in full. Live video streaming will be conducted
                                                       for select home contests and is available through
POST MATCH iNTeRVieWS                                  GoASU TV. Links to statistics and video will be posted
Following each Appalachian State home match, ASU on the team schedule at GoASU.com.
coaches and/or student-athletes will be available for
interviews. ASU locker rooms are closed to the media
at all times. To arrange any post-match interviews in
advance, please contact Paul Blascovich at the ASU
Sports Information Office by calling (828) 262-7166 or
(717) 798-2058.

MATCH ReSULTS                                                          ASU SOCCeR CONTACT
Complete match results will be available in the ASU                                  Paul Blascovich
Sports Information Office located on the sixth floor of      Office Phone......................................... (828) 262-7166
the Appalachian Athletic Building. ASU sends a story         Cell Phone ............................................. (717) 798-2058
and complete statistics to the Associated Press and          Fax ........................................................... (828) 262-6106
several regional media outlets.                              Email............................... blascovichpj@appstate.edu
                                                             On the Web ......................................www.GoASU.com
ASU soccer match results will also be available on           STANdARd MAiL                          OVeRNiGHT MAiL
the ASU Athletics Website (www.GoASU.com). Please            ASU Sports Information                 ASU Sports Information
contact the ASU Sports Information Office to obtain          Box 32116                              425 Jack Branch Drive
additional information or to request to be added to          Boone, N.C. 28608                      Boone, N.C. 28608
distribution lists.
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                                                                      2011 Opponents

                    Radford                                                                                   Coastal Carolina
Location ................................... Radford, Va.                                         Location ..................................Conway, S.C.
Nickname ............................... Highlanders                                              Nickname ...............................Chanticleers
Head Coach ...........................Marc Reeves                                                 Head Coach ..................... Shaun Docking
2010 Record .......................... 7-9-3 (4-3-1)                                              2010 Record ........................12-8-2 (5-2-1)
Conference ................................. Big South                                            Conference ................................. Big South
All-time Series .....................Tied at 7-7-1                                                All-time Series ............. CCU leads 1-0-1
Soccer Contact ....................... Joey Beeler                                                Soccer Contact ......................................TBD
email..................... jwbeeler@radford.edu                                                   email..........................................................TBD
Website ......................ruhighlanders.com                                                   Website ......................... goccusports.com

                                                         Catawba                                                                                                 Hartwick
                                     Location ...............................Salisbury, N.C.                                                Location ................................Oneonta, N.Y.
                                     Nickname ......................................... Indians                                             Nickname ...........................................Hawks
                                     Head Coach .............................Liam Farrell                                                   Head Coach ...............................John Scott
                                     2010 Record ........................10-8-1 (3-6-0)                                                     2010 Record ........................2-14-1 (1-5-0)
                                     Conference ............. South Atlantic (D-II)                                                         Conference ........................ Mid-American
                                     All-time Series .............. CAT leads 4-1-0                                                         All-time Series ................... First meeting
                                     Soccer Contact ...........................Jim Lewis                                                    Soccer Contact ...................Chris Gondek
                                     email...................... jdlewis@catawba.edu                                                        email.................. gondekc@hartwick.edu
                                     Website ............. gocatawbaindians.com                                                             Website ...............hartwick.edu/athletics

                     Mercer                                                                                      UNC Asheville
Location .....................................Macon, Ga.                                          Location ...............................Asheville, N.C.
Nickname .............................................Bears                                       Nickname ...................................... Bulldogs
Head Coach ..............................Brad Ruzzo                                               Head Coach ................................ Matt Kern
2010 Record ........................10-6-1 (5-4-0)                                                2010 Record ........................4-12-1 (2-6-0)
Conference .............................Atlantic Sun                                              Conference ................................. Big South
All-time Series ............. ASU leads 3-1-0                                                     All-time Series ........ ASU leads 17-11-2
Soccer Contact .................. Jason Farhadi                                                   Soccer Contact ......................... Mike Gore
email................... farhadi_jb@mercer.edu                                                    email.............................. mgore@unca.edu
Website .........................mercerbears.com                                                  Website .......................uncabulldogs.com

                                                  Gardner-Webb                                                                                                         elon
                                     Location ...................Boiling Springs, N.C.                                                      Location ........................................Elon, N.C.
                                     Nickname ...................... Runnin’ Bulldogs                                                       Nickname ....................................... Phoenix
                                     Head Coach .............................Tony Setzer                                                    Head Coach ........................Darren Powell
                                     2010 Record ........................8-11-0 (5-3-0)                                                     2010 Record .......................... 8-6-5 (4-2-1)
                                     Conference ................................. Big South                                                 Conference .................................. Southern
                                     All-time Series ............. ASU leads 4-1-0                                                          All-time Series .................... Tied at 6-6-2
                                     Soccer Contact .......................Kevin Davis                                                      Soccer Contact ................Erica Roberson
                                     email...........kldavis@gardner-webb.edu                                                               email..................... eroberson2@elon.edu
                                     Website .............................gwusports.com                                                     Website .........................elonphoenix.com

                     detroit                                                                                          Winthrop
Location ................................Detroit, Mich.                                           Location ................................ Rock Hill, S.C.
Nickname ............................................Titans                                       Nickname ...........................................Eagles
Head Coach ..................... Nicholas Deren                                                   Head Coach ..................... Rich Posipanko
2010 Record .......................... 8-9-2 (4-4-0)                                              2010 Record ........................5-12-1 (3-5-0)
Conference .....................................Horizon                                           Conference ................................. Big South
All-time Series ................... First Meeting                                                 All-time Series .............. ASU leads 8-4-2
Soccer Contact ..........................Kit Stetzel                                              Soccer Contact ................... Brett Redden
email..... christopher.stetzel@udmercy.edu                                                        email..................reddenb@winthrop.edu
Website ......................... detroittitans.com                                               Website ...................winthropeagles.com


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                                                                      2011 Opponents

          UNC Greensboro                                                                                            davidson
Location ......................... Greensboro, N.C.                                                Location ..............................Davidson, N.C.
Nickname ...................................... Spartans                                           Nickname .......................................Wildcats
interim Head Coach .......Justin Maullin                                                           Head Coach ..............................Matt Spear
2010 Record ........................12-6-4 (4-1-2)                                                 2010 Record .......................... 7-7-6 (1-3-3)
Conference .................................. Southern                                             Conference .................................. Southern
All-time Series ........ UNCG leads 20-8-0                                                         All-time Series ......... ASU leads 28-20-4
Soccer Contact .........................Cris Belvin                                                Soccer Contact ...........Mark Brumbaugh
email..........................gcbelvin@uncg.edu                                                   email.....mabrumbaugh@davidson.edu
Website .......................uncgspartans.com                                                    Website ............... davidsonwildcats.com

                                               Georgia Southern                                                                                               eTSU
                                      Location .............................Statesboro, Ga.                                           Location .................... Johnson City, Tenn.
                                      Nickname ...........................................Eagles                                      Nickname ....................Buccaneers (Bucs)
                                      Head Coach ......................Kevin Kennedy                                                  Head Coach .....................Scott Calabrese
                                      2010 Record ........................3-11-3 (0-6-1)                                              2010 Record ........................15-6-0 (7-2-0)
                                      Conference .................................. Southern                                          Conference .............................Atlantic Sun
                                      All-time Series ......... ASU leads 14-13-0                                                     All-time Series .............. ASU leads 4-1-0
                                      Soccer Contact ..................AJ Henderson                                                   Soccer Contact .............. Kyle Mattracion
                                      email... ajhenderson@georgiasouthern.edu                                                        email...........................etsusid@gmail.com
                                      Website ... georgiasoutherneagles.com                                                           Website ................................etsubucs.com

     College of Charleston
Location ............................Charleston, S.C.
Nickname ....................................... Cougars
Head Coach ...........................Ralph Lundy
2010 Record ........................11-5-3 (4-1-2)
Conference .................................. Southern
All-time Series ...........CofC leads 11-7-1
Soccer Contact .......................Nick Vlattas
email...........................vlattasan@cofc.edu
Website ............................. cofcsports.com

                                                         Furman
                                     Location ............................. Greenville, S.C.
                                     Nickname ....................................... Paladins
                                     Head Coach ..........................Doug Allison
                                     2010 Record ........................10-7-4 (4-1-2)
                                     Conference .................................. Southern
                                     All-time Series ............ FU leads 29-22-1
                                     Soccer Contact ................. Jordan Caskey
                                     email........... jordan.caskey@furman.edu
                                     Website .................. furmanpaladins.com

                    Wofford
Location ........................ Spartanburg, S.C.
Nickname ......................................... Terriers
Head Coach ..........................Ralph Polson
2010 Record ........................3-11-3 (1-6-0)
Conference .................................. Southern
All-time Series ............ASU leads 14-1-1
Soccer Contact ....................Ryan Bridges
email...................bridgesrs@wofford.edu
Website ....................woffordterriers.com


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                                          Season Outlook
Coming off an 8-8-3 season, Appalachian State             With the departure of several starters, the
men’s soccer is back on the field for another exciting    Mountaineer front line will be limited in experience
season. The 2010 campaign saw the Apps advance            but not lacking in talent. Junior Nate Latigue
to the Southern Conference Tournament semifinals,         and freshman Sekani Sinclair will see time at the
and ASU hopes to improve on that success this             position, while a handful of other newcomers are in
year. Heading into 2011, the Mountaineers are             the mix to play up front.
looking forward to a competitive season and a
chance at this year’s SoCon crown. For head coach         In addition to a group of talented freshmen, the
Shaun Pendleton and assistant Matt Nelson, both           Apps welcome a pair of transfers to the team
entering their fourth seasons, this year’s squad could    this year. Ryan Lavigne comes to Boone by way
pan out to be their best at Appalachian.                  of Cincinnati, bringing experience playing in big
                                                          games, and Josiah Trower has familiarity with the
“Preseason has gone well,” reports Nelson. “Our guys      college game after playing two seasons at Louisburg
understand concepts and are moving along quicker          College.
than in previous years. All of our games will be
competitive this year, and we’ll focus on each match,     While some coaches may find the task of managing
one at a time.”                                           12 newcomers a daunting one, Appalachian’s
                                                          coaches welcome the extra depth.
Senior midfielder Ryan duffy commands the
Mountaineers as captain this season; however,             “We’re excited about our new players,” explains
the ASU coaches look to all of their players for          Nelson. “They have incredible potential, and we have
leadership.                                               the chance to develop them and watch them grow.
                                                          In addition, the young guys are here to push the
“The way we see it, we’ll have 11 captains on the         older guys; the whole team knows that the players
field at a time. They need to work together and           who produce in practice are the ones that get to play
direct each other if we’re going to win games.”           on game day.”
In goal, the Mountaineers choose from a selection         Ultimately, the team has its eyes on its first SoCon
of three skilled keepers. Senior Collin Taylor is         Tournament title since 1990 and a berth in this
the most experienced, but both danny Free and             year’s NCAA Championship. The Mountaineers have
Paul West have the ability to compete for playing         the honor of hosting the final rounds of the SoCon
time.                                                     tournament on their home turf, as the semifinals
                                                          and finals of this year’s event will take place at ASU
On defense, four starters return to compose the           Soccer Stadium on Nov. 11 and 13.
Apps’ most-experienced line. Mark Bridges,
Lee Williams and Walker White join Duffy to               “Our sights are set on winning the conference,”
make up a formidable Appalachian defense.                 shares Nelson. “We need to stay healthy and focus on
Harrison delbridge is back to contribute again            playing as a team so that our game is at its highest
this year, while newcomers Jackson Bentley,               level for the tournament.”
emerson Harrison and Patrick Harrow add
additional depth.                                           Southern Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll
                                                                    Team                           Points
In the midfield, ASU has its strongest set of veterans.          1. UNCG (6)                          47
Sean dreybus, david dodge, Bruno Mbamala                         2. Furman (1)                        41
and Lee Rutter anchor the Black and Gold at                      3. College of Charleston (1)         38
both ends of the pitch, while Costin Gregory,                    4. Elon                              29
Kristian Lee-Him and Nelson Milsaint are                         5. Appalachian State                 24
                                                                 6. Davidson                          18
positioning themselves for spots in the lineup.
                                                                 7. Georgia Southern                  15
                                                                 8. Wofford                           12
                                                                    () denotes first place votes

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                                    Head Coach Shaun Pendleton



         Shaun PeNdLeTON
         Head Coach • Fourth Season
         Akron, 1985
         346-77-18 (Career) • 26-24-4 (Appalachian)


Entering his fourth season at Appalachian State University,
Shaun Pendleton is the 10th men’s soccer head coach in program
history.                                                                   Pendleton’s Coaching Career
                                                                           Charleston (W.Va.)         27-11-1         (two seasons)
In his first three seasons, Pendleton has recorded a 26-24-4 overall       Lynn University            293-42-13       (17 seasons)
record at Appalachian, qualifying for the Southern Conference              Appalachian State          26-24-4         (three seasons)
Tournament twice during that period.                                       Career                     346-77-18       (22 seasons)
                                                                           • 1991 NAIA National Champions
Pendleton led Appalachian to an 10-8 record in his first season            • 1991 NAIA Coach of the Year
and earned a SoCon tournament home game for the first time                 • Two-time NAIA runner-up (1992, 1993)
since 2004. The Mountaineers went 4-3 in league play, finishing            • Three-time national semifinalist (1994, 1996, 2005)
tied for second in the regular season, ASU’s highest finish since          • NCAA Division II Champions (2003)
2002.                                                                      • Three-time SSC Coach of the Year (1999, 2003, 2007)
                                                                           • Best winning percentage among D-II coaches (.805)
The 2009 ASU team finished the year on a four-game winning
streak, but its 3-4 conference record was one point shy of a place in
the four-team playoff, and the squad wrapped the year at 8-8-1.         Overall, he directed the Knights to postseason play in 14 of his 17
                                                                        years at the helm, where he put together a 38-12-1 record (.755).
Pendleton’s Mountaineers made their second post-season                  Under his tutelage, 46 LU players earned all-America status, and
appearance in 2010 after recording a 4-2-1 conference slate to tie      23 garnered all-America Scholar recognition.
for second place. Appalachian won its first-round playoff game
against Elon to earn the program’s first semifinal berth since 2006.    As a player, Pendleton was a two-time all-America defender at the
After a heart-breaking overtime loss to eventual-champion UNCG,         University of Akron in 1984 and ‘85. He also earned all-America
the Mountaineers wrapped the season with a 8-8-3 record.                scholar plaudits in 1985 and earned bachelor’s and master’s
                                                                        degrees in physical education from Akron that same year. He was
During Pendleton’s tenure, five Appalachian players have earned         inducted into UA’s athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.
first-team all-conference honors, while three others have been
named to the second team. Six Mountaineers have been selected           Following his collegiate playing career, Pendleton went on to play
to the all-freshman team, and a pair have been tabbed as all-           four seasons in the American Indoor Soccer Association with the
tournament players.                                                     Columbus Capitals and the Memphis Storm, where he set a league
                                                                        record by playing in 177-conscutive matches.
The Sheffield, England native has compiled a 346-77-18 record in
22 seasons as a head coach, including two years at the University       Pendleton also received the honor of coaching the North Carolina
of Charleston (W. Va.) and 17 campaigns at Lynn University in Boca      Olympic Development Program team (ODP). He coached the ‘92
Raton, Fla. His .805 career winning percentage is the best-ever for     boys’ team as they competed in the North Carolina Region Three
a Division II coach and ranks among the best 15 in NCAA history         ODP Championships.
across all divisions.
                                                                        Pendleton holds a USSF “A” license and a NSCAA advanced
At Lynn, Pendleton compiled a 293-42-13 overall record and led          national diploma.
the Fighting Knights to a pair of national championships. His first
came after a 22-0-2 season to capture the NAIA crown in 1991,
and in 2003, Lynn capped a 22-0-1 season with a 2-1 victory over
Chico State to win the NCAA Division-II title.




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                                Assistant Coach Matt Nelson



                                              Matt NeLSON
                                              Assistant Coach / Goalkeeper Coach • Fourth Season
                                              Lynn, 2000
                                              90-44-21 (Career as Assistant) • 26-24-4 (Appalachian)




In 2011, Matt Nelson enters his fourth season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State.

During his first season at ASU, Nelson coached freshman Collin Taylor to 2008 first-team all-conference goalkeeper
honors and all-freshman accolades. Nelson helped the ASU defense lead the Southern Conference in fewest goals
allowed and goals against average.

In three years with the Mountaineers, Nelson’s keepers have racked up 15 total shutouts.

Nelson’s collegiate career remains one of the finest in Lynn goalkeeping history. In 1998, he allowed just six goals with
a goals-against average of .37, both program records. His career numbers include 59 games played (57 started), 5,023
minutes, 31 shutouts, 49 wins, 30 goals against, a .54 goals-against average, 134 saves, and a save percentage of .817;
all career figures are second-best in Lynn history.

Nelson was an NSCAA all-American and all-Region player in 1999. He was named to the NSCAA academic all-south
region twice (1998, 99) and was a two-time all-Sunshine State Conference goalkeeper (1998, 99).

After graduation, Nelson played professionally for the Cape Cod Crusaders of the USL Second Division and was an all-
league selection.

In 2001, he played for KilKenny City of the Irish Premier League before heading back to the USL, this time with the
South Jersey Barons and then the Virginia Beach Mariners where he played until 2006. In his final season in 2006,
Nelson was selected to the USL First Division All-Star team.

In 2007, he was named to the USL all-Second Division second team after a successful season with the Harrisburg
Islanders.

As well as a successful professional career, Matt also brings five years of coaching experience to the program. While
working with Virginia Wesleyan College as goalkeeper coach, Nelson helped the Marlins achieve two Old Dominion
Athletic Conference championships and a record of 41-15-4 from 2003 to 2005.

Nelson then joined William and Mary’s women’s program, notching a record of 23-5-13 as assistant coach in 2005 and
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                                              2011 Roster

No.    Name                  Pos.      Ht.    Wt.    Yr.                           Hometown / High School
00     Paul West             GK        6-4    185    Fr.                                     Apex, N.C. / Apex
0      Danny Free            GK        6-2    180    So.             Doncaster, England / Hall Cross School
1      Collin Taylor         GK        6-2    190    Sr.                           Morganton, N.C. / Freedom
2      Kojo Thompson         D         5-9    150    Jr.                         Wellington, Fla. / Wellington
3      Harrison Delbridge    D         6-3    195    So.                Raleigh, N.C. / Needham Broughton
4      Lee Rutter            MF        5-11   175    Sr.         Nottingham, England / South Nottingham
5      Lee Williams          D         6-1    175    Jr.                         Liverpool, England / Hillside
6      Nelson Milsaint       MF        6-0    164    Fr.                            Miami, Fla. / Miami Edison
7      Sean Dreybus          MF        6-1    180    Sr.                        Newport News, Va. / Warwick
8      David Dodge           MF        6-2    187    Jr.                                 Oviedo, Fla. / Oviedo
9      Nate Latigue          F         6-0    165    Jr.                            Cary, N.C. / Panther Creek
11     Ryan Duffy            MF        5-11   175    Sr.                                     Apex, N.C. / Apex
12     Walker White          D         6-0    170    So.                      Frisco, Texas / Justin Wakeland
13     Stanley Broaden       F         6-1    170    Fr.                  Wilmington, N.C. / Eugene Ashley
14     Costin Gregory        MF        6-0    140    Fr.                             Raleigh, N.C. / Sanderson
15     Mark Bridges          D         5-9    165    Sr.                        Morganton, N.C. / East Burke
16     Sekani Sinclair       F         5-9    190    Fr.         Parkland, Fla. / Marjory Stoneman Douglas
17     Jackson Bentley       D         5-9    150    Fr.                        Marietta, Ga. / Walker School
18     Bruno Mbamala         F         5-10   180    Sr.           Grand Prairie, Texas / South Grand Prairie
19     Josiah Trower         F         6-4    196    Jr.           Raleigh, N.C. / Millbrook (Louisburg Coll.)
20     Nicholas Skoda        F         6-0    158    Fr.                     Knoxville, Tenn. / Hardin Valley
21     Ryan Lavigne          MF        5-10   184    Jr.       San Diego, Calif. / Sycamore (U. of Cincinnati)
22     Emerson Harrison      D         6-3    180    Fr.        Stone Mountain, Ga. / Woodward Academy
23     Seth Williams         D         5-8    155    Fr.                            Knoxville, Tenn. / Bearden
24     Kristian Lee-Him      MF        5-11   159    Fr.               Pickering, Ontario / Notre Dame CSS
25     Patrick Harrow        D         6-1    175    Fr.                Davidson, N.C. / North Mecklenburg

                                               Pronunciations
      Dreybus    “DRY-bus”                 Latigue         “lah-TEEG”            Milsaint       “MIL-saint”
      Josiah     “joe-SIGH-ah”             Lavigne         “lah-VEEN”            Sekani         “sek-AHN-ee”
      Kojo       “KO-joe”                  Mbamala         “bah-MAH-lah”         Skoda          “SKOH-dah”


                                             Breakdown by Class
   Freshmen (11)                  Sophomores (3)              Juniors (6)                     Seniors (6)
   Jackson Bentley               Harrison Delbridge         David Dodge                      Mark Bridges
   Stanley Broaden                  Danny Free              Nate Latigue                     Sean Dreybus
    Costin Gregory                 Walker White             Ryan Lavigne                      Ryan Duffy
  Emerson Harrison                                         Kojo Thompson                    Bruno Mbamala
    Patrick Harrow                                          Josiah Trower                      Lee Rutter
   Kristian Lee-Him                                          Lee Williams                     Collin Taylor
   Nelson Milsaint
    Sekani Sinclair
   Nicholas Skoda
       Paul West
     Seth Williams
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                                                Team Photo




Back (Left to Right): Patrick Harrow, Emerson Harrison, Lee Rutter, Collin Taylor, Paul West, Danny Free,
       Harrison Delbridge, Nicholas Skoda, Josiah Trower.
Middle (L-R): Walker White, Sekani Sinclair, Nelson Milsaint, Sean Dreybus, David Dodge, Ryan Duffy, Lee Williams,
       Mark Bridges, Kristian Lee-Him, Bruno Mbamala.
Front (L-R): Boubacar Toure, Stanley Broaden, Costin Gregory, Seth Williams, Jackson Bentley, Kojo Thompson,
        Ryan Lavigne, Nate Latigue.




                                        Breakdown by State/Country

North Carolina (10)                        Florida (4)                                 Tennessee (2)
Mark Bridges (Morganton)                   David Dodge (Oviedo)                        Nicholas Skoda (Knoxville)
Stanley Broaden (Wilmington)               Nelson Milsaint (Miami)                     Seth Williams (Knoxville)
Harrison Delbridge (Raleigh)               Sekani Sinclair (Parkland)
Ryan Duffy (Apex)                          Kojo Thompson (Wellington)                  Virginia (1)
Costin Gregory (Raleigh)                                                               Sean Dreybus (Newport News)
Patrick Harrow (Davidson)                  Georgia (2)
Nate Latigue (Cary)                        Jackson Bentley (Marietta)                  Ontario, Canada (1)
Collin Taylor (Morganton)                  Emerson Harrison (Stone Mountain)           Kristian Lee-Him (Pickering)
Josiah Trower (Raleigh)
Paul West (Apex)                           Texas (2)                                   england (3)
                                           Bruno Mbamala (Grand Prairie)               Danny Free (Doncaster)
California (1)                             Walker White (Frisco)                       Lee Rutter (Nottingham)
Ryan Lavigne (San Diego)                                                               Lee Williams (Liverpool)



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       Mark BRidGeS
       Senior • 5-9 • 165
       Morganton, N.C. • East Burke
       Defense
                                                            15
2010: Appeared in all 19 games and started in 18 …
earned academic all-Southern Conference honors.
                                                                        Bridges’ Career Stats
2009: Appeared in 17 matches, earning the starting        Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots      GWG
nod in 14 … netted first career goal in 10-0 routing of   2008   18-18   0     0       0      2         0
Emory and Henry … goal was also team’s first of the       2009   17-14   1     3       5      9         1
                                                          2010   19-18   0     0       0      2         0
season … had three assists during the year … picked up
                                                          Total  54-50  1      3       5     13         1
five points … one of five Mountaineers to notch game-
winning goals.

2008: One of just four players to start all 18 games and the only freshman to do so … named to the SoCon
all-freshman team … recorded two shots with one shot on goal.

east Burke: A four-year starter … named all-conference three times, all-region twice and all-state his senior
year … scored 25 goals and had 15 assists as a senior … member of the National Honor Society … named to
                                                    Charlotte Observer 2007 all-Piedmont team.

                                                   Club Team: Played four years for HFC ‘89.

                                                   Personal: Son of Danette and Keith Bridges … two
                                                   brothers, Josh and Stephen … majoring in architectural
                                                   science.




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                                                       Sean dReYBUS
                                         7             Senior • 6-1 • 180
                                                       Newport News, Va. • Warwick
                                                       Midfield


                                                 2010: Named to all-SoCon first team … selected to
                                                 NSCAA Scholar all-South second team … led team with
              dreybus’ Career Stats              four goals, three assists and 11 points … played in all
 Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots GWG 19 matches, starting in 17 … scored first goal of season
 2008    18-15    3     1       7     25    1    in 3-1 win over Marist … netted game winner against
 2009    17-12    5     1      11     39    1    Liberty in 84th minute … recorded unassisted goal
 2010    19-17    4     3      11     52    2
                                                 against NC State … contributed assist in 1-0 win over
 Total   54-44   12     5      29    116    4
                                                 Georgia Southern … scored only goal in 1-0 victory
against Wofford … earned academic all-Southern Conference honors.

2009: Got the starting nod in 12-of-17 matches … netted five goals, with one game-winner … recorded one
assist during win against UNC Asheville … second on team in shots attempted (39) … also second on team
in SOG with 20 … fourth on team in points scored with 11.

2008: Played in all 18 games with 15 starts … led ASU freshmen with three goals and seven points … in
ASU’s 3-1 season-opening win over ETSU assisted on
game-winning goal and scored two goals.

Warwick: A first-team all-district, first-team all-region
and second-team all-state honoree in 2008 … named
Peninsula District Player of the year … earned first-team
all-Peninsula District honors in 2007 and second-team
recognition in 2006.

Club Team: Won the 2006 AAU U-16 National Indoor
Soccer Championship … played for the Virginia Legacy
PDL and Virginia Legacy PASL (Premier Arena Soccer
League) teams, reaching the state-semifinal round in
2006 and 2007.

Personal: Son of Jennifer and George Dreybus … one
brother, Paul … majoring in accounting.




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       Ryan dUFFY
       Senior • 5-11 • 175
       Apex, N.C. • Apex
       Midfield
                                                            11
2010: Started in each of his 17 appearances on the year
… scored first goal of season in 3-1 win over Marist …
scored game winner in 3-1 win over George Washington                duffy’s Career Stats
… earned academic all-Southern Conference honors.       Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots       GWG
                                                         2008     13-1     1      0       2      1     0
2009: Appeared in 12 matches, drawing the start in       2009     12-11    1      2       4      7     0
                                                         2010     17-17    2      0       4      9     1
11 … had seven shot attempts, with three on goal
                                                         Total    42-29    4      2      10     17     1
… netted second goal of career in a 2-1 victory over
Gardner-Webb.

2008: Appeared in 13 games while making one start … his first career collegiate start and only goal came
against College of Charleston in the SoCon Tournament … scored the goal on his first and only shot of the
season.

Apex: Earned Tri-8 Player of the Year as well as all-state and team MVP honors … team won the N.C. 4-A state
                                                       title.

                                                   Club Team: played for the CASL U-18 Academy … won
                                                   two state championships with the team in 2006 and
                                                   2007.

                                                   Personal: Son of Siobhan and Phil Duffy … one brother,
                                                   John and one sister, Erin … majoring in pre-professional
                                                   biology with minor in chemistry.




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                                                     Bruno MBAMALA
                                     18              Senior • 5-10 • 180
                                                     Grand Prairie, Texas • South Grand Prairie
                                                     Forward


                                                 2010: Finished second on team in goals, assists and
                                                 points … played in 18 games and started in six …
             Mbamala’s Career Stats              contributed an assist and scored overtime game-winner
 Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots     GWG in 2-1 win over Elon … netted unassisted header in 1-0
 2009    14-3   1     0       2      6        0  shutout of Elon in SoCon Tournament quarterfinal.
 2010    18-6   2     2       6     17         2
 Total   32-9  3      2       8     23         2
                                                   2009: Saw action in 14 matches, getting the start in
three … scored only goal of the season against Emory and Henry … earned two points … attempted six
shots on the season, with two on target.

South Grand Prairie: A three-year letterwinner … a two-time all-district performer … named the district
Utility Player of the Year as a senior as well as team MVP … scored a combined 20 goals as a sophomore and
junior before playing defense as a senior and helping his team post nine shutouts.

Club Team: Played for the Texas Futbol club under coach Ed Puskarich … helped lead his team to the Disney
Showcase finals, along with winning the Classic League
championship and the Plano Labor Day championship.

Personal: Son of Agatha and Valentine Mbamala … two
brothers, MacDonald and Mac, and two sisters, Vivian
and Adaeze … majoring in international economics with
a minor in international business.




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       Lee RUTTeR
       Senior • 5-11 • 175
       Nottingham, England • South Nottingham
       Midfield
                                                              4
2010: Appeared in 18 games and started in 14 …
critical member of defense that held its opponents
scoreless on six occasions.                                              Rutter’s Career Stats
                                                           Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots       GWG
2009: Appeared in 16 matches, drawing the start in         2008   18-11   1     1       3      8          0
11 … scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 win over          2009   16-11   1     0       2      9          1
                                                           2010   18-14   0     0       0      8          0
Georgia Southern off a pass from Steven Sassano …
                                                           Total  52-36  2      1       5     25          1
attempted nine shots during the season with two SOG.

2008: Played in all 18 games, starting 11 … had a goal and assist on the year for three points … scored first
career goal in a 2-1 loss at Furman … recorded eight shots with three on goal.

South Nottingham: Played under Joe Sargison at South Nottingham.

Personal: Son of Bernard and Ann Rutter … has one sister, Gemma … majoring in criminal justice.




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                                                       Collin TAYLOR
                                          1            Senior • 6-2 • 190
                                                       Morganton, N.C. • Freedom
                                                       Goalkeeper


                                                     2010: Started seven matches and made eight
                                                     appearances between the posts … finished season with
               Taylor’s Career Stats                 ninth-most career saves (139) on ASU all-time chart
 Season GP-GS    Min   GA       GAA    Saves   ShO   … earned first shutout of season in opener against
 2008   17-17 1,554:55 17       0.98     82      4   Bowling Green … tallied season-high four saves in
 2009   13-12 1,170:35 17       1.31     40      3   SoCon Tournament semifinal against UNCG … notched
 2010    8-7    634:48 7        0.99     17      3
                                                     scoreless shutout of Big East foe Cincinnati … had three
 Total  38-36 3,360:18 41       1.10    139     10
                                                     saves in 1-0 shutout of Georgia Southern.

2009: Led the team in all goalkeeping categories … posted a 6-5 record, while recording 40 saves and 1.31
goals against average en route to three shutouts … first shutout of season was against Davidson, who led
the SoCon in scoring … had a season-high six saves against Alabama A&M … made 13 appearances, while
drawing the start in 12.

2008: Started in all 17 of the games he played in … led the Southern Conference in saves with 82 and tied
for first in shutouts with four … finished third in goals
against average (.98) and save percentage (.828) …
first among SoCon goalkeepers with 10 or more games
played … helped the Mountaineers lead the SoCon
in fewest goals allowed and goals against average …
earned first-team all-conference goalkeeper honors and
was also named to the SoCon all-freshmen team.

Freedom: A four-year letterwinner, starting 89 games in
goal … allowed just 83 goals for a goals against average
of 0.93 … set a school record for saves with 494 and
school and N.C. 4-A classification records with 41 career
shutouts … a four-time all-conference and all-state
honoree as well as 2007 Northwestern 4-A player of the
year and NCSCA all-state … earned NSCAA/Adidas High
School Scholar All-American honors in 2007.

Personal: Son of Sharon and Larry Taylor … three
brothers, Wes, Brad and Peyton … majoring in business
management.




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                                                             Harrison deLBRidGe
                                              3              Sophomore • 6-3 • 195
                                                             Raleigh, N.C. • Needham Broughton
                                                             Defense


                                                           2010: Appeared in all 19 games and started in 18 … earned
                                                           academic all-Southern Conference honors.
              delbridge’s Career Stats
                                                           Needham Broughton: A two-time all-conference performer,
 Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots            GWG
 2010    8-2    1     0       2      4               0  earned all-state honors as a senior … helped lead team to
 Total   8-2   1      0       2      4               0  back-to-back regular-season and tournament championships
                                                           … scored 18 goals as a senior and earned team MVP honors.

Club: Played club soccer with the CASL Chelsea Football club under coach Rusty Scarborough … part of 2008 USSDA
National qualifying squad and 2008 USSDA regional championship team … member of 2007 Disney Showcase
championship team.

Personal: Son of Shelley and Andrew Delbridge … has two siblings, Quinn and Taylor … majoring in communications
with minor in media graphics.




        david dOdGe
        Junior • 6-2 • 187
        Oviedo, Fla. • Oviedo
        Midfield
                                                                     8
2010: Started in all 19 games … scored game-tying goal in
the final minute of regulation in 2-2 draw against College of
Charleston.
                                                                               dodge’s Career Stats
                                                                  Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots      GWG
2009: One of three Appalachian freshmen to be named to            2009   17-16   1     1       3     14         0
the SoCon all-freshman squad … appeared in 17 matches,            2010   19-19   1     0       2     20         0
earning the start in 16 … scored first career goal in a 2-0 win   Total  36-35  2      1       5     34         0
against UNC Asheville … eight of 14 shots were SOG.

Oviedo: A four-year letterwinner … named team MVP twice … earned first-team all-conference honors as a junior and
was team captain as a sophomore and junior.

Club Team: Played for the Orlando FC ODP team … also played on the Florida Region Three team from 2007-09 and
the Florida ODP team for five years.

Personal: Son of Francies and Donald Dodge … two brothers, Daniel and Drew … majoring in health promotions with
minor in psychology.

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                                                             danny FRee
                                           0                 Sophomore • 6-2 • 180
                                                             Doncaster, England • Hall Cross School
                                                             Goalkeeper


                                                         2010: Started in six matches, finishing with record of 3-2-1 …
                                                         had team-highs with three wins and 20 saves … best among
                                                         ASU keepers with goals-against average of 0.96 … earned
                 Free’s Career Stats
                                                         first win of season in 2-1 victory over Liberty … notched
 Season GP-GS Min          GA     GAA    Saves    ShO
 2010    6-6 560:35         6     0.96    20       1     season-high six saves in 2-2 tie against College of Charleston
 Total   6-6 560:35         6     0.96    20       1     … recorded 1-0 shutout of Elon in quarterfinals of SoCon
                                                         Tournament.

Club: Played club soccer for Barnsley FC for Ronnie Branson.

Personal: Son of Rosalind and Jeremy Free … has one sibling, Curtis … majoring in physical education with minor in
health sciences.




       Nate LATiGUe
       Junior • 6-0 • 165
       Cary, N.C. • Panther Creek
       Forward
                                                                   9
2010: Made 16 appearances and five starts … assisted on
goal in 1-0 win over Wofford … scored both of his goals in
2-0 shutout of Davidson … earned academic all-Southern
                                                                             Latigue’s Career Stats
Conference honors.
                                                                Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots            GWG
                                                                2009   15-7    3     1       7     15               0
2009: Made 15 appearances, earning the start in seven           2010   16-5    2     1       5      4               1
matches … attempted 15 shots, with seven coming close to        Total  31-12  5      2      12     19               1
being Mountaineer goals … netted first career goal in 10-0
win over Emory and Henry … also had goals against Alabama A&M and Winthrop … fifth on the team with seven
points … ranked in the top five on the team in shots attempted.

Panther Creek: A four-year standout at Panther Creek was a three-time all-conference performer … named team MVP
his senior year and helped lead his team to the state championship.

Club Team: Played for the Triangle Futbol club … helped lead team to the 2008 state championship.

Personal: Son of Andrial and Karl Latigue … has five brothers: Gabe, Travis, Aaron, Barry, and Ben … majoring in
architecture design and construction management.

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       Kojo THOMPSON
       Junior • 5-9 • 150
       Wellington, Fla. • Wellington
       Defense
                                                                    2
2010: Played in 14 games and started on nine occasions.

2009: One of three Mountaineer rookies to be named to
                                                                             Thompson’s Career Stats
Southern Conference all-freshman squad … appeared in 17
                                                                Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots           GWG
matched for ASU, receiving the starting nod in 13.              2009    17-13  0     0       0      0              0
                                                                2010    14-9   0     0       0      1              0
Wellington: A two-year letterwinner … earned the coaches’       Total  31-22  0      0       0      1              0
MVP award his senior year … also earned a letter in track and
field and was named the team’s most talented runner.

Club Team: Played for the Wellington Wave Premiere … member of two-time state champions … the Wave has been
ranked No. 1 in Florida for three-straight years.

Personal: Son of Rhodaline France and Isaac Thompson … two brothers, Kweku and Kofi … majoring in exercise
science.




                                                            Walker WHiTe
                                         12                 Sophomore • 6-0 • 170
                                                            Frisco, Texas • Justin Wakeland
                                                            Defense


                                                          2010: Appeared in all 19 games and started on eight
                                                          occasions.
                White’s Career Stats
                                                          Justin Wakeland: A three-time first-team all-district
 Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots          GWG
 2010    19-8   0     0       0      0             0  honoree, was also named team MVP three times.
 Total  19-8   0      0       0      0             0
                                                         Club: Played for the Texas Futbol club and helped lead the
                                                         team to championships at the Disney Showcase and the
College Cup … was part of a defense that did not allow a goal in four games at the Disney Showcase.

Personal: Son of Nan and Jeff White … two siblings, Joe and Logan.



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       Lee WiLLiAMS
       Junior • 6-1 • 175
       Liverpool, England • Hillside
       Defense
                                                                   5
2010: Named to all-Southern Conference second team as a
defender … started all 19 games and played most minutes
on team, sitting for only 44 minutes total on the year … key
                                                                             Williams’ Career Stats
member of defense that forced six shutouts in the season.
                                                               Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots          GWG
                                                               2009    7-7    0     0       0      2             0
2009: Started and appeared in seven matches for the            2010   19-19   0     0       0     10             0
Mountaineers … had two shots with both coming close to         Total  26-26  0      0       0     12             0
becoming ASU goals.

Hillside: A four-year letterwinner in soccer and track and field … three-time county champion in the 100m and long
jump.

Personal: Son of Susan and Mark Williams … has one brother, Matthew … majoring in health promotions with minor
in psychology.




                                                           Jackson BeNTLeY
                                          17               Freshman • 5-9 • 150
                                                           Marietta, Ga. • Walker School
                                                           Defense


                                       Walker School: Earned three letters in soccer, two in basketball and one in
                                       golf.

Club Team: Played for Cogg F.C. … played for 2010 State Cup finalist and 2010 Region 3 semifinalist teams.

Personal: Son of Luanne and Drew Bentley … two siblings, Clarke and Taylor … brother Clarke was 2010 all-ACC
second-team selection at Virginia Tech.




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       Stanley BROAdeN
       Freshman • 6-1 • 170
       Wilmington, N.C. • Eugene Ashley
       Forward
                                                                 13
eugene Ashley: NCSCA state team as senior … three-time all-conference …
two-time all-East Region … NCHSAA track & field champion in 110m and 300m
hurdles … all-American in 400m hurdles.
Club Team: Played for Cape Fear … N.C. State Cup semifinalist (2010).
Personal: Son of Pat Broaden and Kelvin Hargrove … mother, Pat Broaden, led 1982 Arizona basketball team in free-
throw percentage … one sister, Jasmine … majoring in exercise science with minor in computer science.




                                                          Costin GReGORY
                                        14                Freshman • 6-0 • 140
                                                          Raleigh, N.C. • Sanderson
                                                          Midfield


                                       Sanderson: Earned three letters in soccer … all-conference and academic all-
                                       conference player … named MVP and team captain.

Club Team: Played for Triangle FC under coach Michael Brady… six-time state champion … USL national team camp
and Region III Premier League participant.

Personal: Son of Lisa and Mike Gregory … two siblings, Michael and Grayson.




       Patrick HARROW
       Freshman • 6-1 • 175
       Davidson, N.C. • North Mecklenburg
       Defense
                                                               25
North Mecklenburg: All-state as senior … I-Meck Conference Player of the
Year … team MVP and captain … letterwinner in soccer, football, track and
swimming.

Club Team: Three-year member of North Meck Soccer Club U18 Development Academy.

Personal: Son of Lori and Donald Harrow … two siblings, Chris and Kevin.

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                                                           emerson HARRiSON
                                        22                 Freshman • 6-3 • 180
                                                           Stone Mountain, Ga. • Woodward Academy
                                                           Defense


                                       Woodward: Named to all-county team … team-leading scorer two years …
                                       team MVP.

Club Team: Played for Concorde Fire.




       Ryan LAViGNe
       Junior • 5-10 • 184
       San Diego, Calif. • Sycamore, Ohio • Cincinnati
       Midfield
                                                                 21
Cincinnati: Made five appearances for the Bearcats.
Sycamore: Two-time all-state … three-time all-conference … two-time all-city
… NSCAA all-region as a senior.
Club Team: Played for Ohio Elite.
Personal: Son of Ruth and Andre Lavigne … one sister, Arielle … majoring in international relations.




                                                           Kristian Lee-HiM
                                       24                  Freshman • 5-11 • 159
                                                           Pickering, Ontario • Notre Dame Catholic
                                                           Midfield



                                  Club Team: Played for Sigma FC … 2010 OSL U21 League Champion … 2008
SAAC Senior Showcase League Champion … won bronze at 2008 Ontario Summer Games … winner of golden boot at
2007 Edinburgh International.

Personal: Son of Angie and Derek Lee-Him … majoring in business management.


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                                         The Mountaineers



        Nelson MiLSAiNT
        Freshman • 6-0 • 164
        Miami, Fla. • Miami Edison
        Midfield
                                                                   6
Miami edison: Played under coach Gomez Laleau … two-time Florida state
playoff qualifier.

Club Team: Member Haiti Junior FC and Weston FC.

Personal: Son of Wilfrid Felix.




                                                           Sekani SiNCLAiR
                                         16                Freshman • 5-9 • 190
                                                           Parkland, Fla. • Marjory Stoneman Douglas
                                                           Forward


                                       Marjory Stoneman douglas: All-state as a senior … selected to Miami Herald
                                       first team … named first team all-Broward County.

Club Team: Played for Weston FC … Disney Showcase champions.

Personal: Son of Karen and Fitz Sinclair … has three brothers, Shamari, Hasani and Omari … Hasani is a junior soccer
player at Penn State.



        Nicholas SKOdA
        Freshman • 6-0 • 158
        Knoxville, Tenn. • Hardin Valley
        Forward
                                                                20
Hardin Valley: All-state selection … named to East Tenn. all-stars … three-
time team MVP … scored 65 goals in junior and senior year combined.

Club Team: Played for Knoxville FC … state champions.

Personal: Son of Sally and Tom Skoda … one sister, Kim … majoring in biology.


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                                                           Josiah TROWeR
                                             19            Junior • 6-4 • 196
                                                           Raleigh, N.C. • Millbrook • Louisburg Coll.
                                                           Forward


                                        Louisburg: Notched seven goals and seven assists in 2009 … NJCAA national
                                        semifinalists (2009).
Millbrook: Earned three letters in soccer.
Club Team: Played for Triangle FC … three-time State Cup finalists.
Personal: Son of Denise and Thomas Gregory … three siblings, Joshua, David and Deborah … majoring in marketing.




        Paul WeST
        Freshman • 6-4 • 185
        Apex, N.C. • Apex
        Goalkeeper
                                                                00
Apex: Named all-conference and all-region as a senior … selected as team’s
most outstanding player and defensive MVP.

Club Team: Played for CASL Chelsea FC … USSF national championship semifinalist.

Personal: Son of Katie and Steve West … has one sister, Elizabeth, who played volleyball at Elon.




                                                           Seth WiLLiAMS
                                         23                Freshman • 5-8 • 155
                                                           Knoxville, Tenn. • Bearden
                                                           Defense


                                        Bearden: Two-time all-region player … two-time all-state selection … named
                                        all-region three times … four-year all-district.

Club Team: Played for Knoxville FC … team captain … state champions and Region III Premier League champions in 2008

Personal: Son of Jackie and Bo Williams … one brother, Jake … majoring in exercise science.

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                                                         2010 Team Statistics
                                                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                


                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                        
                            
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                 
                                       
                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                       
                                                  
                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                                
                                              
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                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                       
                                                    
                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                   
                                            
                             
                                                                                                                              

                                                                                
                                         
                                                 
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              
                                                                             
                                           

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              
                                  
                                                                                                                                                                          
                                          
                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                                               
              
                                                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                                                   
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                                                                                                                                                                           
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                                                                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                      
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                                                  2010 individual Stats
                                        The Automated ScoreBook
                     Appalachian State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 15, 2010)
                                                 All games

                               Overall: 8-8-3 Conf: 4-2-1 Home: 6-1-0 Away: 1-6-2 Neut: 1-1-1

##   Player                     gp-gs       min      g    a   pts   sh   sh% sog sog% yc        rc gwg pk-att              fg   ot hat gtg foul        cnr
7    Sean Dreybus              19-17       1518     4     3   11 52 .077        20   . 385 1    0     2   0-0           1           0    0     1   0    33
6    Steven Sassano            19-16       1536     2     2    6 29 .069        14   . 483 4    0     1   0-0           1           0    0     1   0    42
18   Bruno Mbamala              18-6        697     2     2    6 17 .118         8   . 471 1    0     2   0-0           1           1    0     0   0     1
14   Nate Latigue               16-5        519     2     1    5   4 . 500       2   . 500 0    0     1   0-0           1           0    0     0   0     0
16   Antonio Harley            18-12       1070     2     0    4 21 .095         6   . 286 5    0     0   0-0           1           0    0     0   0     0
11   Ryan Duffy                17-17       1468     2     0    4   9 . 222       4   . 444 2    0     1   0-0           1           0    0     0   0     0
3    Chad Dalton               18-16       1254     1     0    2 21 .048         7   . 333 0    0     1   0-1           0           0    0     0   0    14
8    David Dodge               19-19       1639     1     0    2 20 .050         7   . 350 3    0     0   1-1           0           0    0     0   0     1
21   Harrison Delbridge         8-2         225     1     0    2   4 . 250       2   . 500 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     1   0     0
25   Ricky Davey                7-2         209     1     0    2   3 . 333       1   . 333 1    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     1   0     0
9    Luis Calzadilla            9-5         498     0     1    1   9 . 000       6   . 667 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     2
20   Ethan Durland              14-5        669     0     1    1   4 . 000       2   . 500 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
5    Lee Williams              19-19       1749     0     0    0 10 .000         2   . 200 2    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
4    Lee Rutter                18-14       1318     0     0    0   8 . 000       1   . 125 1    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
15   Mark Bridges              19-18       1533     0     0    0   2 . 000       0   . 000 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
2    Kojo Thompson              14-9        800     0     0    0   1 . 000       0   . 000 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
19   Ty Daniel                  6-0          59     0     0    0   0 . 000       0   . 000 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
12   Walker White               19-8       1129     0     0    0   0 . 000       0   . 000 0    0     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
1    Drake Branson              7-6         598     0     0    0   0 . 000       0   . 000 0    1     0   0-0           0           0    0     0   0     0
     Total                       19           -    18    10   46 214 .084       82   .383 20    1     8   1-2           6           1    0     4 185     -
     Opponents                   19           -    21    20   62 195 .108       79   .405 25    0     8   1-1          11           2    0     1 231     -

                                                  Goal Average              Saves                   Record                          Shots
#    Goalie                    gp-gs              min     ga gaavg       saves       pct   w          l           t    sho          faced
22   Danny Free                 6-6         560:35        6     0.96       20    .7 6 9    3         2        1         1.0              64
0    Collin Taylor              8-7         634:48        7     0.99       17    . 708     2         3        2         3.0              77
1    Drake Branson              7-6         597:49        8     1.20       20    .7 1 4    3         3        0         2.0              52
TM   TEAM                        -            0:00        0     0.00        1   1.000      0         0        0         0.0               0
     Total                      19         1793:12       21     1.05       58    .734      8         8        3           6             193
     Opponents                  19         1793:12       18     0.90       64    . 780     8         8        3           9             208

Team saves: 1

Goals by Period           1st 2nd   OT OT2 Total                            Corners by Period        1st 2nd          OT OT2 Total
Appalachian State          4   13      0    1       18                      Appalachian State        44      41        8        2         95
Opponents                  8   11      2    0       21                      Opponents                32      45        4        4         85

Shots by Period           1st 2nd   OT OT2 Total                            Fouls by Period          1st 2nd          OT OT2 Total
Appalachian State         99 102     6      7      214                      Appalachian State        87 89             6        3        185
Opponents                 86 92     10      7      195                      Opponents               103 120            5        3        231

Saves by Period           1st 2nd   OT OT2 Total                            Attendance Summary                          ASU                  Opponent
Appalachian State         21   34      2    1       58                      Total                                       2070                     5577
Opponents                 31   28      2    3       64                      Dates/Avg Per Date                         7/296                    9/620
                                                                            Neutral Site #/Avg                         3/211




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                                                   Record Book

     YeAR-BY-YeAR ReCORdS                                                   MiLeSTONe ViCTORieS
              Overall              SoCon                               Number                                   Score                         date
Year    W     L T        Pct   W    L T      Pct   Finish                                                       Overall
2010     8    8 3       .500   4    2 1     .643   tie-2nd             1 vs. King                                1-0                    Oct. 1, 1962
2009     8    8 1       .500   3    4       .429   7th                 50 vs. East Carolina                      9-0                   Oct. 14, 1973
2008    10    8         .556   4    3       .571   tie-2nd             100 vs. The Citadel                       3-2                    Nov. 3, 1977
2007     6   10 3       .395   2    4 1     .357   5th                 200 vs. Campbell                          3-0                   Oct. 27, 1987
2006    10    7 2       .579   3    2 2     .571   5th                 300 vs. UNC Asheville                     1-0                  Sept. 16, 1998
2005     7   10 1       .417   2    4 1     .357   6th                 400 vs. Wofford                           1-0                   Oct. 12, 2010
2004    10    7 3       .575   4    2 1     .643   3rd
2003     7   11 1       .395   3    4       .429   5th                                                          SoCon
2002    13    5 1       .711   6    2       .750   2nd                 1 vs. Furman                              3-2                   Oct. 10, 1972
2001    10    8         .556   4    4       .500   tie-4th             25 vs. The Citadel                        3-1                   Oct. 25, 1975
2000    13    7         .650   6    2       .750   tie-2nd             50 vs. VMI                                4-0                   Oct. 22, 1979
1999     8   10         .444   5    3       .625   tie-3rd             75 vs. VMI                                7-1                  Sept. 25, 1983
1998    13    8         .619   4    4       .500   tie-5th             100 vs. Marshall                          4-2                   Oct. 15, 1993
1997     4   11 2       .294   3    3 1     .500   5th                 125 vs. VMI                               4-2                  Sept. 26, 2000
1996     5   14         .263   3    3       .500   tie-4th             150 vs. Wofford                           4-2                   Oct. 12, 2005
1995     9   10         .474   4    2       .667   3rd
1994     7   12 2       .381   3    2 1     .583   3rd
1993    11    8         .579   5    1       .833   2nd
1992    10   10 1       .500   2    3 1     .417   tie-4th
1991     7   10 1       .417   3    1       .750   2nd
1990     9   11 2       .455   1    2 1     .375   4th
1989    12    8         .600   4    0      1.000   1st
1988     6   11 3       .375   3    1       .750   2nd
1987
1986
         7
         9
             10 2
              8 1
                        .421
                        .528
                               4
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                                            .800
                                            .800
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                                                   2nd
                                                                               COACHiNG HiSTORY
                                                                                                      since 1971
1985    12    7         .632   5    1       .833   1st
1984    15    6         .714   6    0      1.000   1st, North Div.     Name                     Year(s)           Seas.         Record       Pct
1983     8    4 6       .611   3    2 1     .583   3rd, North Div.     Vaughn Christian         1971-77           7             71-22-4      .753
1982     6   13 1       .325   5    1 1     .786   1st                 Hank Steinbrecher        1978-80           3             33-10-2      .756
1981    10    6         .625   8    0      1.000   1st                 Art Rex                  1981-97           17            147-159-21   .482
1980    14    3         .824   8    0      1.000   1st, NCAA 1st Rd.   T.J. Kostecky            1998              1             13-8         .619
1979     9    6         .600   7    0      1.000   1st                 Aiden Heaney             1999-00           2             18-18        .500
1978    10    1 2       .846   5    0      1.000   1st, NCAA 2nd Rd.   Dave Golan               2001-02           2             26-12-1      .679
1977    11    2 1       .821   5    0      1.000   1st, NCAA 2nd Rd.   Paul Stahlschmidt        2003-07           5             40-45-10     .474
1976    10    4 1       .700   4    1 1     .750   2nd                 Shaun Pendleton          2008-pres.        3             26-24-4      .519
1975    12    1         .923   6    0      1.000   1st, NCAA 1st Rd.
1974    12    2 1       .833   5    0 1     .917   1st
1973     9    4 1       .679   5    0 1     .917   1st                 Coaching Milestone:
1972    11    4         .733   6    1       .857   1st                 Art Rex’s 100th victory (vs. Marshall)             2-1          Oct. 27, 1991
1971     6    5         .545
1970     2    8         .200
1969     7    5         .583
1968     1    7 2       .200
1967     8    5         .615
1966     2    6 2       .300
1965     3    6 1       .350
1964     4    6 1       .409
1963     1   10         .091
1962     1    4 1       .250
Totals 403   355 49     .530   167 66 15    .704




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                                                                                                All-Time Roster
Sheil Abdulai .......................................1997       Sean dreybus .......................... 2008-                     Frank Kemo ................................... 1974-76             Jake Poritsky ........................................1978
Charles Adimara.................................1977            Akec Dufty ...........................................2005        David Kenealy .............................. 1976-79               David Ralston ............................... 1974-76
Aaron Ammar .............................. 2005-07              Ryan duffy ............................... 2008-                  Doug Kidd ..................................... 1986-90            Jerry Ranson ........................................1974
Ramsey Ammar ........................... 2006-07                Kevin Duhaime ...................................1998             Baraat Killian................................. 2004-06            Chris Rapp ..................................... 1998-99
Ryan Anderson ............................ 1992-95              George Duprey ............................ 1979-81                Todd King ...................................... 2003-06           Mark Rapp ..................................... 1996-97
Scott Anderson............................ 1980-83              Ethan Durland.............................. 2009-10               Allan Kissell ................................... 1975-77          Cogie Reed .................................... 1988-90
David Arant ................................... 1974-75         David Edison .......................................2001          Brian Kite ....................................... 1999-01         Jim Reittinger ............................... 1982-83
Bruce Arne .................................... 1986-88         Doug Edwards ....................................2003             Steve Knowles ............................. 1978-81                Rob Reneau .................................. 1985-87
Ryan Armistead ........................... 2006-07              Keith Ellis ....................................... 1989-92       Greg Koteos .........................................1983          Greg Rhinehardt ......................... 1992-95
Jason Asher................................... 1995-96          Dick Elwell ..................................... 1979-80         Kirk Kropinack.............................. 1985-87               David Richardson ..............................1994
Rommel Atienza.................................1988             Kingsley Esabamen .................... 1977-80                    Jay Lane ......................................... 1993-95         Ross Ridenhour ........................... 1998-01
Rick Baite ..............................................1994   Matt Feraci .................................... 2002-03          Chad Larson.........................................1994           Phil Rimer .............................................1994
George Bakatsias ...............................1976            Jason Flassing .............................. 1992-94             Nate Latigue ............................ 2009-                    Jannis Riesz ................................... 2001-03
Chad Baker .................................... 1996-99         Brian Flynn .................................... 1987-89          Kaith Layne ................................... 1977-80            Caleb Riska ............................... 2000-2002
Luke Barton .........................................2005       Bill Flynt.................................................1981   J.T. LaBruyere............................... 2004-08              Victor Rivera ........................................2006
Jose Bernal .................................... 1980-81        Josh Foltz ..............................................2000     Adam Lee....................................... 1983-86            Andrew Rhodes..................................2002
Tim Bender.................................... 2005-07          Brian Fowler.................................. 2000-03            Carlos Lee ...................................... 1987-90          Chris Robinson ............................ 2000-01
Shawn Berting ............................. 2005-06             Jarrett Franklin....................................1990          Jason Levergood......................... 1988-91                   Derek Robinson..................................1995
Jim Betts ........................................ 1986-88      Naeem Fredrick ........................... 2002-05                Jyri Lindeberg .............................. 1991-94              Zach Robinson....................................2004
Robert Black ........................................1995       danny Free .............................. 2010-                   McCoy Livingston ....................... 2004-07                   Scott Rockett ................................ 1981-84
Dan Blanton.................................. 1995-96           Joe Freeman ................................. 1983-86             Corey Lugger................................ 2004-07               Scott Roeske ................................. 1985-87
Brendan Bohon ........................... 2004-07               Chris Frey ....................................... 1985-88        Bill Lutz ..................................................2001   David Ross ..................................... 2003-04
John Bond ............................................1996      Mike Fridenmaker ...................... 1982-84                   Ted Mackorell ............................... 1978-82              Tim Ross ......................................... 1983-86
Peter Bondjuk .....................................1992         Brandon Garner...................... 2000-2002                    Chris Malmfelt ............................. 1985-89               Judson Rouse ......................................1974
Roberto Bonempo ............................1976                Sean Garnett ................................ 1991-95             Bobby Maloney ........................... 2000-01                  Mark Rozanski .....................................1974
Bucky Boozer................................ 1976-77            Ivan Giraldez................................. 1976-77            Ryan Maloney .....................................2008             Matt Ruble..................................... 1990-92
Walter Bowling ............................ 1978-81             Ashley Good ................................. 1988-91             Steven Mann ................................ 1986-87               David Rucker .......................................2008
David Boyd.................................... 2000-03          Mark Graham ............................... 1981-83               Josh Margolis ......................................1996           Lee Rutter ................................ 2008-
Lou Brancourt .............................. 1994-95            Glen Griffen .................................. 1981-83           Jeremy Marsh ............................... 1996-98               Andy Salandy ............................... 1987-90
Drake Branson ............................. 2008-10             Scott Griffith ................................. 1989-92          Bobby Martin ............................... 1990-92               Allen Samchok....................................1974
Matt Breeding .............................. 2002-05            Ronnie Groce ......................................1976           Josh Mazur .................................... 1996-99            Sean Sassano ............................... 2004-07
Mark Bridges ........................... 2008-                  Pete Gustafson ............................ 1974-77               Bruno Mbamala ...................... 2009-                         Steven Sassano........................... 2006-10
Jordy Broder ................................. 1998-01          Happy Hall..................................... 2005-06           DJ McCabe ...........................................2000          Luis Sastoque ......................................1976
David Broderick ........................... 1987-90             Stephen Hamilton ...................... 1989-90                   Cameron McCarthy ................... 2005-08                       Aaron Saunders..................................1999
Greg Brooks .................................. 1999-02          Bob Hark ........................................ 1974-75         John McClure ......................................1991            Carmelo Scalone ......................... 1982-83
Josh Burge............................................2008      Antonio Harley ............................ 2007-10               Mark McGuinn ....................................1990              Draegen Scarborough .....................2007
Robert Byrkett ....................................1996         Brett Harrell .................................. 1992-95          Mike McKibbin....................................1974              Rudi Schmoll ................................ 1989-92
Rolando Cabrera ......................... 1976-78               Dan Harrell .................................... 1992-95          Keon McPherson......................... 2002-04                    Warren Schuster.......................... 1983-84
Luis Calzadilla............................... 2009-10          Ty Harrell ........................................ 1990-91       Steve Mellor.........................................2001          Mark Schwartz ............................. 1979-82
George Carmicheal .................... 2006-07                  Todd Hartsell ................................ 1981-84            Chris Merhoff ............................... 1981-84              Pat Scully ..............................................1995
Alex Carter ...........................................2001     Sandy Hartwiger ................................1993              Wes Miller ...................................... 1996-98          Benjamin Shamberger.............. 2002-05
Frank Caruso................................. 1980-82           Chad Hawley ................................ 1994-96              Jeremy Mittiag............................. 1987-90                Michael Shepard ......................... 1974-77
Paul Caruso ..........................................2004      Terry Hegart.........................................1991         Mike Moody.................................. 1993-95               Doug Silver ................................... 1984-85
Philip Cavicchia ........................... 2003-04            Mark Hemphill ............................. 1995-98               David Mor ...................................... 1974-75           Andy Simpson ........................ 1998-2000
John Cerak .................................... 1987-90         Fredrik Henriksen ....................... 2001-03                 Thomas Morrow.......................... 2002-03                    Kyle Sims...............................................2008
Tanner Chamblin ...............................2008             Paul Herrick..........................................2002        Earl Morgan .................................. 1988-92             High Slack...................................... 2005-06
Jeff Cheesom.......................................1975         Alex Herring.................................. 1990-91            Arie Muniz ..................................... 2006-09           Garrick Smith ............................... 1984-85
Roddy Chisholm.................................2000             Matt Hekimian ....................................2002            George Nagle ............................... 2002-05               Scott Smith ..........................................1978
Geoff Christman .......................... 2000-03              Willie Hinson ................................ 1975-76            Rob Nance ..................................... 1992-94            Stephen Smith ....................................2004
George Chumbley .............................1975               Jimmy Hiza.................................... 1988-89            John Nedd..................................... 1982-85             Tyler Smith .................................... 2004-07
Robbie Church....................................1976           Jason Hockstra............................. 1992-95               Joel Nesbit..................................... 1991-94           Michael Somnazu ....................... 1976-79
Richard Cimino ............................ 1991-93             David Holland ......................... 1997-2000                 Juan Obregon .............................. 2005-08                Joe Srebalus.........................................2001
Radu Ciocan ................................. 1996-97           Josh Honeycutt ..................................2000             Chuck Oh ..............................................1986        Ray Soporowski ..................................2000
Chris Cody ..................................... 1984-87        Vic Horne ..............................................1978      Fernando Ojeda .......................... 1975-76                  Clayton Sphar .............................. 2003-04
Tyler Cole ....................................... 2006-07      Robert Hort................................... 1982-84            Sean Oldham ......................................1986             Gary St. John .......................................1974
Brian Cone..................................... 1991-95         John Hughes .......................................1981           Kenny Orelaja............................... 2007-09               Paul Stahlschmidt....................... 1991-92
Hank Coppedge .......................... 1985-88                Carl Iddings..........................................1975        Cam Ormsby................................. 2000-02                Steve Stahlschmidt .................... 1993-94
Joel Cowan.................................... 2006-07          Emmanuel Igbeka ...................... 1978-80                    Benji Oyola .................................... 1984-85           Tom Stahlschmidt ...................... 1995-96
John Cox ........................................ 1991-92       Cornelius Imoh ...................................1974            Larry Panford................................ 1975-77              Kyle Stam ....................................... 1992-95
Darnel Crichlow .......................... 1989-90              Taylor Ivestor .......................................2001        Danny Parker ................................ 1998-99              Scott Startsman........................... 1996-97
Greg Cuddy................................... 1979-80           Marcus Jackson ..................................1978             Shannon Parker ........................... 1989-91                 Doug Stokesberry ...................... 1978-80
Mike Crumble .............................. 1974-75             Ben Jacobs .................................... 1996-97           Carter Parrish ............................... 2001-04             Gabe Story .................................... 1997-98
Eric Daughtry .......................... 1999-2000              Brandon James ...................................1996             Tate Parrish ................................... 2004-05           Tony Suarez...................................1975, 77
Chad Dalton ........................................2010        John Jenkins ........................................1974         Art Patsch ...................................... 1982-85          Kris Svensson ............................... 1986-89
Ty Daniel ...............................................2010   George Jerome ...................................1979             Paul Pessina ................................. 2004-08             Christian Tam ............................... 1983-86
Ricky Davey..........................................2010       Brian Jillings.................................. 1991-93          Joe Pereira ............................................1979       Collin Taylor ............................ 2008-
Bill Davidson................................. 1987-88          Allen John ............................................1993       Jayson Perez ........................................2008          Dave Taylor...........................................1979
Russell Davis ........................................1991      Mark Johnson .....................................1975            Ted Perri ......................................... 1985-86        Robert Teague ....................................1984
Mike Dehner ................................. 1987-90           Robert Johnson ........................... 1983-85                Will Phipps .................................... 1996-99           David Terry .................................... 1989-92
Harrison delbridge ................. 2010-                      Todd Johnson .............................. 1983-85               Doug Pick .............................................1987        Stenn Thomas .....................................1974
david dodge ........................... 2009-                   Raphael Jones .............................. 2002-05              Rick Pilato .............................................1990      Kojo Thompson ....................... 2009-
Eric Dowell ...........................................1981     Zell Jones ....................................... 1998-01        Mark Piper ..................................... 1976-80           Mark Thornton ............................. 2000-03

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Todd Topolka................................ 2004-06           Opponent              GP   W      L    T             Last   Opponent               GP   W     L   T            Last
Chris Treible .........................................2008    Alabama A&M            4    1     3    0 3-2 2OT, 2009      North Carolina         17    3   12   2       0-3, 2001
Kevin Turner ................................. 1993-96         Alabama-Birmingham 1        1     0    0       12-0, 1984   UNC Asheville          30   17   11   2      2-0, 2009
Emmanuel Udogu ...................... 1971-74                  Alfred                 1    1     0    0        3-0, 1990   UNCG                   26   8    18   0   0-1 OT, 2010
Thompson Usiyan ...................... 1977-80                 Akron                  1    0     1    0        1-4, 1979   North Carolina State   13    3    8   2       1-2, 2010
Neil Valentine ......................................1980      Alderson-Broaddus      1    1     0    0        4-1, 1977   UNC Wilmington          5    4    1   0       4-1, 2001
Colin Vandenburgh...........................1998               Army                   1    1     0    0        3-0, 2002   Old Dominion            3    0    3   0       1-3, 1987
Bas Ven ........................................... 1983-85    Belmont Abbey         14    7     6    1        2-0, 1991   Pfeiffer                5    1    3   1       0-1, 1968
Will Vick .......................................... 1996-99   Birmingham Southern 1       0     0    1        1-1, 1988   Radford                15    7    7   1      2-3, 2009
Billy Viger ....................................... 1968-72    Bowling Green          1    0     0    1        0-0, 2010   Randolph-Macon          1    0    1   0       2-3, 1982
Greg Walters ................................. 2006-07         Brevard                2    1     0    1        0-0, 1965   Richmond                1    0    1   0       0-2, 1989
Michael Walters ........................... 2006-07            Butler                 1    0     0    1        1-2, 2007   Rider                   1    1    0   0       2-1, 2004
John Ward ............................................1974     Cal State Bakersfield 1     0     1    0        0-2, 2009   Roanoke                 7    4    3   0       4-1, 1990
Chis Wardwell .............................. 1984-86           Campbell              16    6     9    1        1-0, 2010   Rollins                 1    1    0   0       3-1, 1967
Aubrey Warner....................................1978          Canisius               1    1     0    0        2-1, 1989   St. Andrews             1    0    1   0       1-2, 1967
Ray Watts ..............................................1974   Catawba                5   1      4    0       2-3, 1990    Slippery Rock           2    2    0   0       5-1, 1992
Chris Weddle ........................... 1997-2000             Central Florida        1    1     0    0        2-0, 1975   South Alabama           1    0    1   0       1-3, 1988
Mark Weldon ................................ 2006-07           College of Charleston 19   7 11 1              2-2, 2010    South Carolina         18    2   14   2       0-1, 2003
Ray Wells ........................................ 1979-81     Charleston (W.Va.)     1    0     1    0        2-4, 1988   South Florida           1    0    1   0       1-2, 1981
Ricie Whisnent ....................................1983        Charleston Southern 2       2     0    0        2-0, 1995   Stetson                 1    0    1   0       1-3, 1995
Walker White ........................... 2010-                 Charlotte             17    6 10 1              0-4, 2007   Tennessee               2    2    0   0       3-0, 1983
Rob Wilcher................................... 1982-85         Chattanooga            5    4     0    1        4-4, 1982   Tusculum                7    7    0   0       8-0, 1983
Jim Wilde ....................................... 1978-79      Cincinnati             1    0     0    1        0-0, 2010   Vanderbilt              7    5    2   0       2-1, 2002
Ryan Wilkins ........................................2001      The Citadel           35   30 3        2        7-1, 2002   Virginia                2    0    2   0       1-8, 1999
Josh Williams .......................................1999      Clemson               21    1 20 0              0-4, 2004   VCU                     2    0    1   1       1-1, 1988
Lee Williams ............................ 2009-                Cleveland State        3    1     2    0        0-2, 1981   VMI                    39   36    2   1       0-2, 2008
Andrew Wilson ...................................1989          Coastal Carolina       2   0      1    1       6-6, 1987    Virginia Tech          20    3   16   1       2-1, 2008
Nik Wilson.............................................1998    davidson              52   28 20 4             2-0, 2010    Western Illinois        1    0    0   1       3-3, 2007
Neil Wlodyka ................................ 1985-88          Davis & Elkins         8    1     6    1        1-6, 1985   Voorhees                1    1    0   0       3-0, 1969
Michael Wolfe .....................................1986        detroit                      --First Meeting--              Wake Forest            22    3   19   0       0-1, 2010
Michael Wood .....................................1986         Duke                  16    0 16 0              0-3, 2004   Warren Wilson          17   11    5   1       9-0, 1989
Keith Wyatt ................................... 2005-06        East Carolina         16   13 3        0        2-1, 2001   West Virginia           1    0    0   1       1-1, 2009
Naoshi Yamauchi ........................ 1995-98               Eastern Illinois       1    1     0    0        2-1, 2002   Western Carolina       17   14    3   0       5-2, 1981
Joel Young ............................................1982    Eckerd                 1    1     0    0        1-0, 1985   Western Kentucky        1    1    0   0       4-1, 2006
Alvaro Yusty .........................................2008     Emory and Henry        1    1     0    0       10-0, 2009   William & Mary          5    4    0   1       2-1, 2002
                                                               elon                  13    6     5    2       1-0, 2010    Winthrop               14    8    4   2      2-3, 2009
                                                               Erskine                6    2     4    0          L, 1971   Wright State            1    0    1   0    0-1 OT, 1998
                                                               eTSU                   5    4     1    0 0-1 OT, 2010       Wofford                16   14    1   1      1-0, 2010
                                                               Florida Atlantic       1    1     0    0        4-3, 1995
                                                               Florida International 1     0     1    0        3-9, 1982   Boldface denotes 2011 opponents
                                                               Furman                52   22 29 1             0-1, 2010
                                                               Gardner-Webb           5    4     1    0       3-1, 2010
                                                               George Mason           2    0     1    1        1-1, 2003
                                                               George Washington      1    1     0    0        9-3, 1978
                                                               Georgia Southern      27   14 13 0             1-0, 2010
                                                               Georgia State          5    3     2    0        0-3, 2003
                                                               Greensboro             2    1     1    0        5-0, 1991
                                                               Guilford               4    3     1    0        8-1, 1969
                                                               Hartwick                     --First Meeting--
                                                               High Point            17   14 3        0        1-2, 2008
                                                               Howard                 1    0     1    0        1-3, 1975
                                                               Indiana                1    0     1    0        0-3, 1979
                                                               IUPUI                  1    1     0    0        2-1, 2007
                                                               Jacksonville           2    1     1    0        2-1, 1981
                                                               James Madison          4    3     1    0        2-1, 2003
                                                               Kennesaw State         1    1     0    0        6-0, 1983
                                                               Kentucky               2    1     1    0        1-2, 2003
                                                               King                   8    5     2    1        8-0, 1974
                                                               Lafayette              2    1     1    0        0-4, 2004
                                                               Lehigh                 1    0     1    0        0-2, 2002
                                                               Liberty               14    7     6    1        2-1, 2010
                                                               Lipscomb               1    1     0    0        2-0, 2001
                                                               Longwood               2    1     1    0        1-2, 2005
                                                               Louisville             1    0     1    0        0-5, 2010
                                                               Lynchburg              1    1      0   0        3-2, 1964
                                                               MacMurray              1    1      0   0        1-0, 1976
                                                               Marist                 1    1      0   0        3-1, 2010
                                                               Mars Hill              2    2      0   0        6-0, 1990
                                                               Marshall              22   16 3        3        0-6, 1996
                                                               Memphis                2    1      0   1        0-0, 1986
                                                               Mercer                 4    3     1    0       3-0, 2009
                                                               Navy                   1    0      0   1        0-0, 2002

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                                                                           Year-by-Year Results
                  1964                                        1972                                             1978                                              1983                                               1988
                  4-6-1                           11-4-0 (4-1 SoCon — 1st)                        10-1-2 (5-0 SoCon — 1st)                        8-4-6 (3-2-1 SoCon North — 3rd)                    6-11-3 (3-1 SoCon — 2nd)
      at N.C. State                L, 0-9            SoCon Champions                                 SoCon Champions                          9/7   Campbell                       T, 0-0       9/1     at Warren Wilson            W, 6-0
10/7  Davidson                    W, 3-2    9/25 Clemson                        L, 0-6      9/12 Tusculum                           W, 4-0    9/11 at Wake Forest                  L, 1-3       9/4     at UNC Greensboro      W, 2-1 OT
      at King                      L, 1-3   9/26 at Duke                        L, 2-5      9/17 at James Madison                   W, 4-3    9/14 Western Carolina*              W, 9-0        9/8     at Virginia Tech            L, 1-2
      Warren Wilson                L, 0-6   9/30 at UNC Asheville               W, 8-0                                                        9/22 at Marshall*                    L, 0-1       9/10 Campbell                   L, 1-3 OT
                                                                                            9/28 High Point                         W, 4-0
      at North Carolina            L, 0-1   10/7 Davidson*                      L, 1-2                                                        9/24 at Davis & Elkins               T, 0-0       9/13 Charlotte                 T, 1-1 2OT
                                                                                            10/4 at North Carolina                   T, 0-0
      at Belmont Abbey         T, 4-4 OT    10/10 at Furman*                    W, 3-2                                                        9/25 at VMI*                        W, 7-1        9/17 vs. South Alabama @            L, 1-3
                                                                                            10/7 at Davidson*                       W, 6-0
      at Duke                      L, 1-5   10/18 at East Carolina             W, 3-0*                                                        10/1 Tusculum @                     W, 8-0        9/18 vs. Coll. of Charleston @      L, 0-4
                                                                                            10/10 The Citadel*                      W, 7-0
      Lynchburg                   W, 3-2    10/21 King                          W, 9-0                                                        10/2 Kennesaw State @               W, 6-0        9/22 UNC Asheville                  W, 2-0
                                                                                            10/15 at Western Carolina*              W, 7-2    10/5 Davidson*                       L, 1-3
10/30 Furman                      W, 3-2    10/24 at Belmont Abbey              W, 2-1      10/20 Furman*                           W, 5-0                                                      9/25 The Citadel*                   W, 3-2
      Brevard                     W, 6-1    10/28 Warren Wilson                 W, 2-0                                                        10/9 North Carolina State            T, 3-3       9/29 Birmingham Southern        T, 1-1 OT
                                                                                            10/26 VMI*                              W, 7-0    10/12 Tennessee                     W, 3-0
      at Pfieffer                  L, 1-3   10/31 at Western Carolina           L, 4-6                                                                                                          10/2 at South Carolina              L, 1-3
                                            11/4 at The Citadel*                W, 2-0      10/29 South Carolina                     T, 2-2   10/16 Marshall*                     W, 2-1
                  1965                      11/7 VMI*                           W, 5-2      11/4 at East Carolina                   W, 7-0    10/18 Charlotte                     W, 1-0
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/4 at Furman*
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/7 at VMI*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    L, 0-5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    W, 4-2
                                                                                            11/12 George Washington #               W, 9-3
                  3-6-1                     11/11 vs. Davidson !                W, 1-0
                                                                                            11/19 at Clemson #                   L, 1-2 OT
                                                                                                                                              10/22 at UNC Asheville               T, 0-0       10/19 Wake Forest                   L, 0-5
        N.C. State                 L, 2-4   11/18 William & Mary @              W, 1-0                                                        10/26 VMI*                         W, 10-2        10/21 Charleston (W. Va.)           L, 2-4
                                            11/21 at Warren Wilson              W, 8-1      # NCAA Tournament                                 10/30 at Clemson                     L, 0-3
        Tusculum                  W, 8-1                                                                                                                                                        10/23 VCU                       T, 1-1 OT
        Duke                       L, 0-4   ! SoCon Division Champ., Belmont, N.C.
                                            @ SoCon Championship, Boone, N.C.
                                                                                                               1979                           11/5 at Davidson*                    T, 0-0       10/26 Davidson                      L, 1-2
        at Brevard             T, 0-0 OT                                                                                                      11/10 at South Carolina              T, 1-1       10/29 at Marshall*                  W, 3-1
                                                                                                    9-6 (7-0 SoCon — 1st)
        King                       L, 0-1                     1973                                    SoCon Champions
                                                                                                                                              @ Mountaineer Invitational, Boone, N.C.           11/1 at Liberty                     L, 1-2
        at Warren Wilson
        at Furman
                                  W, 1-0
                                  W, 2-1         9-4-1 (4-0-1 SoCon — 1st)                  9/8    Chattanooga*                    W, 22-0
                                                                                                                                                                 1984                           11/5 vs. The Citadel !              L, 1-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.
        Belmont Abbey              L, 2-3            SoCon Champions                        9/15 vs. Akron @                         L, 1-4      15-6 (6-0 SoCon North — 1st)
        at North Carolina          L, 0-2   9/21 at North Carolina               L, 1-3     9/16 at Indiana                          L, 0-3   9/8    vs. Warren Wilson @          W, 9-1                            1989
        Pfieffer                   L, 1-8   9/25 at South Carolina               L, 7-8     9/21 Western Carolina &                 W, 3-0    9/9    at UNC Asheville @            L, 1-2               12-8 (4-0 SoCon — 1st)
                                            10/2 UNC Asheville                  W, 7-0      9/26 North Carolina                      L, 0-1   9/15 at Furman*                     W, 4-1
                  1966                      10/6 at Davdison*                   W, 5-3      9/30 UNC Wilmington                     W, 3-1    9/19 at Clemson                      L, 0-6                 SoCon Champions
                                                                                                                                              9/23 at Marshall*                   W, 2-1        9/1     Warren Wilson                 W, 9-0
                  2-6-2                     10/9 Belmont Abbey                  W, 3-2      10/5 vs. Cleveland State $               L, 0-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                9/6     Roanoke                       W, 5-0
      at Pfieffer              T, 2-2 OT    10/12 Duke                           L, 2-4     10/7 vs. Davis & Elkins $                L, 1-2   9/26 VMI*                           W, 2-0
                                            10/14 East Carolina*                W, 9-0      10/11 at Furman*                        W, 5-0    9/30 at UAB                        W, 12-0        9/9     at Campbell                    L, 0-1
      at Tusculum                 W, 6-0
                                            10/18 Furman*                    T, 2-2 OT      10/14 Wake Forest                       W, 6-0    10/3 Davidson*                      W, 2-1        9/12 Mars Hill                        W, 2-0
      at Duke                      L, 1-5
                                            10/21 at Clemson                    L, 1-10     10/21 at Marshall*                     W, 11-1    10/5 Davis & Elkins                 W, 1-0        9/13 at Charlotte                      L, 0-2
      Virginia Tech                L, 2-3
                                            10/27 The Citadel*                  W, 3-0      10/22 at VMI*                           W, 4-0    10/7 Marshall*                      W, 4-1        9/20 High Point                       W, 3-0
      Erskine                     W, 5-1
                                            10/30 Western Carolina              W, 4-1      10/24 Davidson*                         W, 7-0    10/11 at North Carolina State        L, 2-6       9/24 Marshall*                        W, 5-3
      at Belmont Abbey             L, 1-4   11/3 at Warren Wilson               W, 5-1      10/26 at South Carolina                  L, 1-3   10/14 Georgia Southern              W, 3-1        9/27 at UNC Asheville                 W, 4-3
      at N.C. State            T, 1-1 OT    11/5 at VMI*                        W, 3-2
                                                                                            11/2 at The Citadel*                    W, 3-0    10/18 Catawba                       W, 5-0        10/1 at South Carolina                 L, 0-2
      Warren Wilson                L, 2-3   11/10 at East Carolina !            W, 3-0
                                                                                            @ Bloomington, Ind.                               10/21 at Western Carolina           W, 7-1        10/6 Liberty                      W, 1-0 OT
10/28 at Davidson                  L, 1-2   ! SoCon Championship, Greenville, N.C.
                                                                                            & ESPN's first live college soccer telecast       10/24 at VMI*                       W, 6-1        10/8 at The Citadel*                  W, 1-0
      at Guilford                  L, 1-4
                  1967                                        1974                          $ Clemson Invitational, Clemson, S.C.             10/25 UNC Asheville
                                                                                                                                              10/27 at Charlotte
                                                                                                                                                                                  W, 4-0
                                                                                                                                                                                  W, 4-3
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/14 vs. Richmond @
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/15 vs. Canisius @
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       L, 0-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      W, 2-1
                  8-5-0
                                                 12-2-1 (4-0-1 SoCon — 1st)                                    1980                           10/31 Wake Forest                    L, 0-2       10/18 Furman*                         W, 3-1
      at N.C. State              W, 3-2              SoCon Champions                                14-2 (8-0 SoCon — 1st)                    11/3 at UNC Greensboro               L, 0-4       10/22 at VMI*                         W, 4-0
      Belmont Abbey              L, 1-2     9/17 at UNC Asheville                W, 7-0                                                       11/7 at Davidson*                   W, 2-0        10/25 at Wake Forest                   L, 0-3
                                            9/20 North Carolina                   L, 0-2              SoCon Champions                         11/10 at Furman !                    L, 0-3       10/28 at Davidson                  L, 2-4 OT
      Duke                       L, 1-2                                                     9/9   Tusculum                      W, 9-1
                                            9/24 South Carolina                  W, 8-2                                                       @ Smoky Mountain Shootout, Asheville, N.C.        10/31 Virginia Tech                    L, 1-3
      Rollins                    W, 3-1                                                     9/14 VMI*                          W, 14-0
                                            9/28 King                            W, 8-0                                                       ! SoCon Championship, Greenville, S.C.            11/4 vs. The Citadel !                W, 3-0
      at Warren Wilson           L, 0-4                                                     9/17 at Western Carolina*          W, 10-0
      Tusculum                   W, 2-1
                                            10/4 Georgia State @
                                            10/5 Western Carolina @
                                                                                 W, 7-0
                                                                                 W, 4-0     9/20 at North Carolina              W, 3-0                           1985                           11/5 vs. Furman !
                                                                                                                                                                                                @ Davidson Invitational, Davidson, N.C.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       L, 0-4
10/18 Davidson                   W, 4-2     10/8 at Duke                          L, 2-3    9/23 The Citadel*                   W, 8-1           12-7 (5-1 SoCon North — 1st)
      Pfieffer                   W, 5-2                                                                                                                                                         ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.
                                            10/11 Davidson*                       T, 0-0    9/28 South Carolina                 W, 6-1
      Guilford                   W, 3-1     10/14 at East Carolina*              W, 6-2     10/3 at Clemson @                   W, 3-2
                                                                                                                                                       SoCon Champions                                              1990
      at Roanoke                 L, 0-2     10/18 at Furman*                     W, 9-2                                                       9/4     Memphis                        W, 1-0
      at Erskine                 W, 4-1
                                                                                            10/5 vs. Alabama A&M @                L, 0-2
                                                                                                                                              9/7     vs. Eckerd @                   W, 1-0        9-11-2 (1-2-1 SoCon — 4th)
                                            10/21 Warren Wilson                  W, 6-0     10/8 Furman*                        W, 5-0
      King                       W, 2-1     10/29 VMI*                           W, 6-0     10/11 at Davidson*                  W, 9-1
                                                                                                                                              9/8     vs. Chattanooga @              W, 5-1      SoCon Tournament Champions
      St. Andrews                L, 1-2     11/5 at Western Carolina             W, 5-0                                                       9/11 at Catawba                          L, 0-3   9/1     at Mars Hill                       W, 6-0
                                                                                            10/16 at Charlotte                  W, 6-0        9/18 Furman*                           W, 2-1     9/5     at Wake Forest                      L, 1-2
                  1968                      11/8 at William & Mary*
                                            11/16 at The Citadel !
                                                                                 W, 3-1
                                                                                 W, 7-2
                                                                                            10/19 Marshall*                    W, 10-0        9/21 at South Carolina $                 L, 1-3   9/9     at South Carolina                   L, 2-4
                                                                                            10/26 at East Tennessee State*     W, 10-0
                  1-7-2                     @ Emory University Invitational, Atlanta, Ga.   11/1 at Chattanooga*                W, 9-2
                                                                                                                                              9/22 vs. Charlotte $                     L, 0-1   9/12 at High Point                          L, 2-4
10/1    at Pfieffer                L, 0-1   ! SoCon Championship, Charleston, S.C.                                                            9/25 Davidson*                           L, 0-1   9/16 at Roanoke                            W, 4-1
                                                                                            11/2 at Alabama A&M                   L, 0-3      9/28 at Marshall*                      W, 4-0
10/4
10/5
        at Duke
        N.C. State
                                   L, 1-8
                                   L, 2-3
                                                              1975                          11/8 at N.C. State                  W, 2-1        9/29 at Davis & Elkins                   L, 1-6
                                                                                                                                                                                                9/19 UNC Asheville
                                                                                                                                                                                                9/22 at Marshall*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            L, 1-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        T, 1-1 OT
                                                   12-1 (5-0 SoCon — 1st)                   11/15 Duke #                          L, 1-2      9/30 at VMI                            W, 5-1
10/8    Roanoke                    L, 0-2                                                   @ Clemson Invitational, Clemson, S.C.                                                               9/28 Davidson                              W, 3-1
10/21   Warren Wilson          T, 1-1 OT                                                                                                      10/3 at Campbell                       W, 3-2
                                                     SoCon Champions                        # NCAA Tournament                                 10/6 UNC Greensboro                      L, 2-5
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/4 at Liberty                         L, 1-2 OT
10/23   at Guilford               W, 2-0    9/19 at North Carolina               W, 2-1                                                                                                         10/7 The Citadel*                       L, 1-3 OT
10/26   at Belmont Abbey           L, 2-3   9/24 Roanoke                         W, 6-0                        1981                           10/13 Marshall*                        W, 1-0     10/10 Campbell                              L, 2-3
10/31   Erskine                    L, 2-3                                                                                                     10/20 VMI*                             W, 6-0     10/13 at Slippery Rock @                   W, 2-1
                                            9/27 at VMI*                         W, 4-3             10-6 (8-0 SoCon — 1st)                    10/26 at Old Dominion                    L, 0-1
11/2    Virginia Tech              L, 0-1   9/30 Belmont Abbey                   W, 5-1                                                                                                         10/14 vs. Alfred @                         W, 3-0
11/8    at King                T, 1-1 OT    10/3 vs. Central Florida @           W, 2-0               SoCon Champions                         10/30 at Wake Forest                   W, 4-2     10/17 at Furman*                            L, 2-3
                                                                                            9/6   Clemson                         L, 1-2      11/2 at Davidson*                      W, 3-0
                  1969                      10/4 vs. Georgia State @
                                            10/12 East Carolina*
                                                                                 W, 2-1
                                                                                 W, 4-0     9/16 Davidson*                      W, 2-0        11/9 Furman !                          W, 1-0
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/20 vs. Catawba $
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/21 vs. Vanderbilt $
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            L, 2-3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           W, 5-1
                  7-5-0                     10/16 Western Carolina               W, 5-0     9/24 at Marshall*                   W, 4-0        @ Met Life Invitational, Asheville, N.C.          10/24 Greensboro                            L, 2-3
10/1    at N.C. State            W, 3-1     10/21 at Davidson*                   W, 4-0     9/26 at Davis & Elkins           L, 3-5 OT        $ Gamecock Invitational, Columbia, S.C.
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/27 VMI*                                 W, 3-2
10/4    at Warren Wilson         L, 1-2     10/25 at The Citadel*                W. 3-1     9/27 at VMI*                        W, 3-2        ! SoCon Championship
                                                                                                                                                                                                10/30 at Virginia Tech                      L, 1-2
10/6    at North Carolina        W, 2-0     10/28 Furman*
                                            11/8 at William & Mary !
                                                                                 W, 8-0
                                                                                 W, 3-0
                                                                                            10/1 Charlotte
                                                                                            10/4 East Tennessee State*
                                                                                                                                W, 1-0
                                                                                                                                W, 5-0
                                                                                                                                                                 1986                           11/2 vs. VMI !                             W, 3-1
10/10   at Jacksonville          L, 0-6                                                                                                                                                         11/3 vs. Furman !                          W, 3-2
10/11   at Voorhees              W, 3-0     11/24 at Howard #                     L, 1-3    10/10 at Furman*                    W, 2-1                9-8-1 (4-1 SoCon — 2nd)
                                                                                                                                              9/3      at Warren Wilson               W, 3-0    11/4 vs. The Citadel ! %                    T, 1-1
10/13   Duke                     L, 0-3     @ Emory University Invitational, Atlanta, Ga.   10/17 vs. Cleveland State @           L, 0-2
                                                                                                                                              9/5      Old Dominion                   L, 1-2    @ Slippery Rock Invit., Slippery Rock, Pa.
10/15   at Davidson              W, 6-3     ! SoCon Championship, Williamsburg, VA.         10/19 vs. South Florida @             L, 1-2
                                            # NCAA Tournament, Washington, D.C.                                                               9/10     Charlotte                      W, 2-1    $ Davidson Invitational, Davidson, N.C.
10/21   Guilford                 W, 8-1                                                     10/24 at UNC Wilmington          L, 1-4 OT                                                          ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.
                                                                                                                                              9/14     Catawba                        L, 1-3
10/24   at Erskine               L, 2-4                       1976                          10/27 Jacksonville                W, 2-1 OT
                                                                                                                                              9/16     at VMI*                        W, 1-0    % ASU won in shootout, 5-4
10/29   Belmont Abbey            W, 4-0                                                     11/1 Chattanooga*                   W, 4-0
11/1    Western Carolina         W, 5-1
                                                10-4-1 (4-1-1 SoCon — 2nd)                  11/4 Western Carolina*           W, 5-2 OT        9/17     at Virginia                    L, 1-3                        1991
                                            9/12 Charlotte                       W, 5-0                                                       9/24     Davidson*                      W, 1-0
11/11   at Roanoke               L, 2-4     9/16 High Point                      W, 8-0
                                                                                            11/8 at South Carolina                L, 0-5
                                                                                                                                              9/28     at South Carolina              L, 0-4         7-10-1 (3-1 SoCon — 2nd)
                                                                                            11/15 at The Citadel*               W, 3-0
                  1970                      9/21 at Belmont Abbey
                                            9/24 Davis and Elkins
                                                                                  L, 0-1
                                                                                  L, 0-1    @ Clemson Invitational, Clemson, S.C.             10/8     at Marshall*                   W, 2-0    9/7      at Wake Forest
                                                                                                                                                                                                9/10 at Campbell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             L, 0-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             L, 1-7
                                                                                                                                              10/13    Campbell                       W, 2-1
                  2-8-0                     9/28 VMI*                            W, 6-0                        1982                           10/16    at Vanderbilt                  W, 2-1    9/13 VMI*                                   W, 4-1
9/26    East Tennessee State    W, 10-1     10/2 at East Carolina*                L, 1-2                                                      10/18    at Memphis                     T, 0-0    9/15 at Vanderbilt                           L, 1-2
9/29    Warren Wilson            L, 0-6     10/5 at Roanoke                      W, 5-1          6-13-1 (5-1-1 SoCon — 1st)                                                                     9/22 at South Carolina                      L, 1-10
                                                                                                                                              10/22    Coastal Carolina               L, 0-1
10/2    at Duke                  L, 0-5     10/15 at Clemson @                    L, 0-1             SoCon Champions                          10/26    The Citadel*                   W, 1-0    9/25 at North Carolina                       L, 0-2
10/5    at N.C. State           L, 1-10     10/17 vs. Cleveland State @          W, 1-0     9/5     at Clemson                      L, 2-8    10/28    at North Carolina State        L, 0-2    9/29 Furman*                             L, 2-3 OT
10/9    at King                  W, 2-0     10/20 at Davidson*                   W, 5-1     9/8     at Campbell                     L, 1-4    10/30    Wake Forest                    W, 1-0    10/2 at UNC Asheville                    L, 1-2 OT
10/16   Davidson                 L, 0-3     10/21 MacMurray                      W, 1-0     9/12 Davis & Elkins                     L, 0-4    11/2     at UNC Greeensboro             L, 2-7    10/5 at The Citadel*                   W, 1-0 OT
10/19   Clemson                  L, 1-6     10/24 at Western Carolina*           W, 3-1     9/15 Tennessee                         W, 1-0     11/8     at Furman*                     L, 0-3    10/12 at Davidson @                          L, 1-2
10/23   Erskine                  L, 0-7     10/26 Furman*                        W, 4-1     9/18 at Duke @                          L, 1-4                                                      10/13 vs. Alabama A&M @                      L, 0-2
10/29   at Belmont Abbey         L, 2-5     10/29 The Citadel*                   W, 8-2     9/19 vs. Georgia State @                L, 0-3                       1987                           10/19 Liberty                          W, 2-1 OT
11/5    at Western Carolina      L, 1-5     11/7 at William & Mary*           T, 0-0 OT     9/26 Marshall*                         W, 1-0          7-10-2 (2-2-1 SoCon — 3rd)                   10/22 Belmont Abbey                         W, 2-0
                                            @ Clemson Invitational, Clemson, S.C.
                  1971                                                                      9/28 VMI*                              W, 3-1     9/1      Warren Wilson                  W, 3-0    10/25 High Point                            W, 2-0
                  6-5-0
                                                              1977                          10/3 Florida International              L, 3-9    9/3      UNC Greensboro                 L, 1-3    10/27 Marshall*                             W, 2-1
                                                                                            10/6 at Davidson*                       L, 0-4    9/6      Vanderbilt                     W, 5-1    10/30 Virginia Tech                      T, 0-0 OT
9/20    at North Carolina        L, 0-9           11-2-1 (5-0 SoCon — 1st)                  10/9 vs. Randolph-Macon $           L, 2-3 OT     9/9      at Catawba                     L, 1-4    11/2 at Greensboro                          W, 5-0
9/24    UNC Asheville                W               SoCon Champions                        10/10 at Virginia Tech $            L, 1-2 OT     9/13     at Wake Forest                 L, 0-4    11/9 vs. Marshall !                          L, 1-3
9/29    at Clemson               L, 1-6     9/12 Tusculum                       W, 10-1     10/12 The Citadel*                  W, 2-1 OT     9/19     at UNC Asheville               W, 4-2    @ Charlie's Invitational, Davidson, N.C.
10/2    at Warren Wilson             W      9/18 James Madison                   W, 5-1     10/15 at UNC Greensboro %               L, 0-5    9/27     VMI*                           W, 3-0    ! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.
10/5    Duke                     L, 2-6     9/20 at Belmont Abbey                W, 6-1     10/17 at Davis & Elkins %               L, 3-5    9/30     Furman*                        L, 0-4
10/9    East Carolina                W      9/25 at Clemson                      L, 0-2     10/20 at Charlotte                      L, 1-4    10/3     at The Citadel*                T, 1-1
10/15   Western Carolina              L     9/28 at High Point                   W, 3-2     10/23 at Chattanooga*                   T, 4-4    10/4     at South Carolina              L, 0-6
10/19   King                         W      10/2 East Carolina                   W, 3-0     11/3 Furman*                           W, 2-1     10/7     at Charlotte                   L, 1-3
10/22   Furman                   W, 4-2     10/5 North Carolina                  T, 0-0                                                       10/9     Marshall*                      W, 3-0
                                            10/13 at Furman*                     W, 5-0     11/7 at Western Carolina*              W, 4-0
10/30   at Erskine                    L                                                     11/10 at South Carolina                 L, 1-5    10/17    at Coastal Carolina            T, 6-6
11/1    Belmont Abbey                W      10/16 Western Carolina*              W, 5-0                                                       10/23    Liberty                        W, 2-1
                                            10/20 at VMI*                        W, 2-1     @ Duke Invitational, Durham, N.C.
                                                                                            $ VPI Invitational, Blacksburg, Va.               10/27    at Campbell                    W, 3-0
                                            10/24 Davidson*                      W, 8-0
                                                                                            % Clemson Invitational, Clemson, S.C.             10/30    at Old Dominion                L, 1-3
                                            10/31 Alderson-Broaddus              W, 4-1
                                            11/3 at The Citadel*                 W, 3-2                                                       10/31    at Virginia Commonwealth       L, 1-3
                                            11/20 at Clemson #                   L, 1-3                                                       11/3     Virginia Tech                  L, 2-4
                                            # NCAA Tournament, Clemson, S.C.                                                                  11/7     at Davidson*                   L, 0-1


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                                                                                  Year-by-Year Results
                   1992                                             1997                                                2002                                                2007
    10-10-1 (2-3-1 SoCon —T4th)                       4-11-2 (3-3-1 SoCon — 5th)                           13-5-1 (6-2 SoCon — 2nd)                          6-10-3 (2-4-1 SoCon — 5th)
9/6     at South Carolina           L, 2-4       8/30 Virginia Tech                   L, 1-2       8/31    at William & Mary                  W, 2-1     8/31 WIU #                            L, 1-2
9/9     at Liberty                  L, 1-2       9/3     at Radford               L, 1-2 OT        9/6     vs. Lafayette @                    W, 2-1     9/2     VMI #                         W, 4-1
9/13 at Radford                    W, 4-0        9/6     at Elon                     W, 2-0        9/8     at Lehigh @                        L, 0-2     9/7     vs. IUPUI %                   W, 2-1
9/16 at Wake Forest                 L, 1-5       9/9     Winthrop                 T, 2-2 OT        9/13    vs. Eastern Illinois $             W, 2-1     9/9     vs. Butler %                  T, 3-3
9/19 at The Citadel*                L, 1-2       9/14 at East Carolina                L, 3-6       9/15    at Vanderbilt $                    W, 2-1
                                                                                                   9/20    at Navy %                     T, 0-0 2OT      9/12 High Point                       W, 2-0
9/22 UNC Asheville                 W, 3-0        9/17 Furman*                         L, 0-1                                                             9/19 at Winthrop                      T, 0-0
9/25 Davidson*                      L, 2-3       9/24 at Duke                         L, 1-9       9/22    vs. Army %                         W, 3-0
                                                                                                   10/2    at Furman*                     L, 2-3 OT      9/22 Radford                          W, 3-0
9/30 at Furman*                 L, 2-5 OT        9/30 at Wake Forest                  L, 0-9
10/4 Vanderbilt                    W, 3-2                                                          10/5    Davidson*                          W, 1-0     9/26 UNC Greensboro *                 W, 4-0
                                                 10/4 at Georgia Southern*            L, 0-2                                                             9/29 Charlotte                        L, 0-4
10/9 at High Point                 W, 2-0                                                          10/9    at High Point                      W, 6-2
                                                 10/9 at UNC Asheville                L, 0-1       10/12 at Wofford*                     W, 1-0 2OT      10/3 Wofford *                        W, 2-0
10/11 Georgia Southern*            W, 2-0        10/14 at VMI*                    T, 2-2 OT
10/14 at UNC Greensboro             L, 2-5                                                         10/14 at UNC Asheville                     W, 3-0     10/6 at Elon *                        L, 0-4
                                                 10/17 UNC Greensboro*            L, 1-2 OT        10/19 at UNC Greensboro*                   L, 1-4
10/18 at Marshall*              T, 1-1 OT                                                                                                                10/9 at Wake Forest                   L, 0-5
                                                 10/19 Wofford*                      W, 2-1        10/24 at Clemson                           L, 2-3
10/20 Campbell                     W, 1-0        10/24 at Davidson*                  W, 4-2                                                              10/14 Furman *                        L, 0-1
                                                                                                   10/26 at The Citadel*                      W, 7-1     10/17 at Davidson *                   T, 1-1
10/22 at Virginia Tech              L, 1-4       10/29 at North Carolina              L, 1-2       10/29 VMI*                                 W, 2-0
10/25 VMI*                         W, 4-2        11/1 The Citadel*               W, 5-4 OT                                                               10/20 at Georgia Southern *           L, 2-3
                                                                                                   11/2    Georgia Southern*                  W, 2-1
10/30 Slippery Rock                W, 5-1        11/4 at Georgia Southern !           L, 5-7       11/10 Coll. of Charleston*                 @, 1-0     10/27 at Coll. of Charleston *        L, 0-1
11/1 North Carolina             L, 1-3 OT        ! SoCon Tournament, Statesboro, Ga.               11/14 vs. VMI !                            L, 0-2     10/30 Virginia Tech                   L, 0-5
11/6 vs. The Citadel !             W, 4-3                                                          @ Bethlehem, Pa.                                      11/4 UNC Asheville                    L, 1-2
11/7 vs. Furman !                  W, 4-3                           1998                           $ Nashville, Tenn.                                    11/11 at Elon !                       L, 0-2
11/8 vs. Davidson !                 L, 1-3              13-8 (4-4 SoCon — T5th)                    % Annapolis, Md.                                      # Appalachian Classic
! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.             9/1     Radford                         W, 1-0    ! SoCon Tournament                                    % WKU Invitational
                   1993                          9/4     at High Point                   W, 3-2                        2003                              ! SoCon Tournament
       11-8 (5-1 SoCon — 2nd)
                                                 9/6
                                                 9/8
                                                         East Carolina
                                                         at Mercer
                                                                                         W, 4-0
                                                                                     W, 1-0 OT           7-11-1 (3-4 SoCon — 5th)                                           2008
9/4     at UNC Asheville            L, 0-1       9/11 vs. Wright State @              L, 0-1 OT    8/29 at Georgia State                L, 0-3               10-8-0 (4-3 SoCon — T 2nd)
9/6     Radford                W, 1-0 OT         9/13 vs. Kentucky @                     W, 2-1    9/5     at Georgia Mason @      T, 1-1 2OT            8/29 at East Tennessee State      W, 3-1
9/8     UNC Greensboro         W, 4-2 OT         9/16 UNC Asheville                      W, 1-0    9/7     vs. James Madison @          W, 2-1           9/6     at UNC Asheville          W, 1-0
9/16 at Wake Forest                 L, 1-2       9/19 Elon                               W, 4-0    9/12 at Virginia Tech $              L, 0-2
9/19 The Citadel*                  W, 3-0                                                                                                                9/12 vs. Gardner-Webb &      W, 1-0 2OT
                                                 9/23 at Virginia Tech                    L, 0-2   9/14 vs. Radford $                   L, 1-2
9/22 at Clemson                     L, 3-9                                                         9/16 UNC Asheville                   W, 2-0           9/14 at Winthrop &                W, 2-1
                                                 9/26 at UNC Greensboro*                  L, 0-4   9/22 at South Carolina               L, 0-1           9/17 at High Point                L, 1-2
9/26 at Winthrop                   W, 3-1
                                                 9/30 at Winthrop                        W, 2-1    9/24 Wofford*                        W, 4-0           9/20 Campbell                     W, 1-0
9/30 Furman*                    L, 1-2 OT
10/6 at North Carolina              L, 1-2       10/3 at Wofford*                        W, 1-0    9/28 at Georgia Southern*            L, 0-2           9/24 at Wake Forest               L, 0-1
10/10 at Georgia Southern*     W, 3-2 OT         10/6 VMI*                               W, 4-1    10/3 at Kentucky                     L, 1-2           9/27 at Radford                   L, 0-1
10/12 Liberty                   L, 0-2 OT        10/13 at North Carolina                  L, 1-5   10/11 at Coll. of Charleston*        L, 0-1           10/1 Coll. of Charleston *        W, 3-0
10/15 Marshall*                    W, 4-2        10/18 at Furman*                         L, 0-6   10/14 UNC Greensboro*                W, 1-0           10/4 at Wofford *             W, 2-1 OT
10/19 at Campbell                   L, 1-4       10/21 Davidson*                         W, 4-2    10/18 at Davidson*                   L, 0-4           10/7 Elon *                       L, 1-2
10/22 at VMI*                      W, 3-2        10/24 at The Citadel*                   W, 1-0    10/22 at Clemson                     L, 0-1           10/12 Georgia Southern *          L, 1-2
10/27 at Davidson*                 W, 2-1        10/28 Coll. of Charleston*               L, 0-1   10/25 at Elon*                       W, 1-0           10/15 at Furman *                 L, 1-2
10/29 Virginia Tech                W, 3-1        10/31 Georgia Southern*                  L, 1-3   11/2 Furman*                         L, 1-2           10/18 at VMI                      L, 0-2
11/5 vs. The Citadel !             W, 2-0        11/3 vs. Georgia Southern !         W, 1-0 OT     11/7 vs. Gardner-Webb %              W, 5-3
                                                                                                   11/8 at Winthrop %                   W, 2-1           10/21 at Virginia Tech            W, 2-1
11/6 vs. Georgia Southern !        W, 3-2        11/7 vs. Furman !                        L, 0-6
                                                                                                   11/14 vs. Furman !                   L, 1-3           10/26 Davidson *                  W, 2-1
11/7 Furman !                       L, 2-3       @ adidas Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C.
                                                 ! SoCon Tournament                                @ Fairfax, Va.                                        11/1 at UNC Greensboro *          W, 2-1
! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.                                                               $ Blacksburg, Va.                                     11/8 Coll. of Charleston !    L, 3-2 OT
                   1994                                             1999                           % Rock Hill, S.C.                                     & Winthrop Invitational
                                                        8-10 (5-3 SoCon — T3rd)                    ! SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.                  ! SoCon Tournament
     7-12-2 (3-2-1 SoCon — 3rd)
9/3     UNC Asheville              W, 1-0        9/1     at East Carolina            L, 0-1                            2004                                                 2009
9/5     at Radford                  L, 3-4       9/8     at Virginia                 L, 1-8
9/7     at UNC Greensboro           L, 2-5       9/10 UNC Wilmington @              W, 1-0              10-7-3 (4-2-1 SoCon — 3rd)                               8-8-1 (3-4 SoCon — 7th)
                                                 9/12 High Point @                  W, 1-0         9/1     at Charlotte                  L, 3-4 OT       9/1      Emory and Henry             W, 10-0
9/11 at Wake Forest                 L, 2-7                                                         9/4     at Rider @                        W, 2-1
9/15 Winthrop                       L, 3-4       9/15 at Clemson                     L, 0-5                                                              9/4      Radford                       L, 2-3
                                                                                                   9/5     vs. Lafayette @                   L, 0-4      9/7      at Liberty                    L, 0-2
9/17 at The Citadel*               W, 4-1        9/18 Winthrop                      W, 2-1         9/15 at High Point                        W, 1-0
9/23 Davidson*                      L, 1-2       9/28 Wofford*                      W, 6-0                                                               9/11     Alabama A&M            W, 3-2 (2OT)
                                                                                                   9/19 Longwood                             W, 6-1      9/13     West Virginia                 T, 1-1
9/27 at Clemson                     L, 1-3       9/30 at UNC Asheville           L, 1-2 OT         9/22 Elon*                                W, 2-1
9/29 Charleston Southern           W, 4-1        10/2 at VMI*                       W, 4-3         9/25 at UNC Greensboro*                   L, 0-5      9/18     Winthrop                      L, 2-3
10/1 at Liberty                 T, 4-4 OT        10/6 at North Carolina State        L, 0-1        9/29 at Duke                              L, 0-3      9/20     Cal State Bakersfield         L, 0-2
10/7 Georgia Southern*             W, 5-1        10/10 at Georgia Southern*         W, 2-1         10/2 at Liberty                           W, 3-2      9/25     Mercer                       W, 3-0
10/9 at South Carolina              L, 0-8       10/12 Furman*                       L, 0-1        10/5 Coll. of Charleston*                 L, 0-1      9/30     Wofford*                      L, 0-1
10/12 at Charlotte                  L, 0-4       10/15 at Davidson*                  L, 0-2        10/10 Georgia Southern*                   W, 1-0      10/3     at Elon*                      L, 0-1
10/16 at Marshall*              T, 3-3 OT        10/19 The Citadel*                 W, 3-1         10/13 at Clemson                          L, 1-4      10/11    Furman*                       L, 1-3
10/21 VMI*                         W, 1-0        10/23 at Coll. of Charleston*      W, 3-0         10/16 at Wofford*                    T, 1-1 2OT       10/14    at Davidson*                 W, 1-0
10/23 at Furman*                    L, 1-4       10/26 UNC Greensboro*               L, 0-3        10/20 Radford                        T, 1-1 2OT       10/24    at College of Charleston*     L, 1-2
10/26 at North Carolina             L, 1-6       10/30 at Campbell                   L, 0-2        10/24 at Furman*                          W, 1-0      10/27    UNC Greensboro*         W, 2-1 (OT)
10/28 at Virginia Tech              L, 2-3       11/5 at Coll. of Charleston !       L, 2-3        10/30 Davidson*                      W, 2-1 OT        10/31    at Gardner-Webb              W, 4-2
11/4 vs. The Citadel !             W, 3-1        @ ASU Charleston Forge College Classic            11/3 Winthrop                             W, 1-0      11/3     UNC Asheville                W, 2-0
11/5 vs. Davidson !            W, 3-1 OT         ! SoCon Tournament                                11/6 at UNC Asheville                T, 1-1 2OT
                                                                                                   11/9 Furman !                             W, 1-0      11/7     at Georgia Southern*         W, 1-0
11/6 vs. Furman !               L, 2-4 OT
! SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.                                2000                           11/12 at Coll. of Charleston !            L, 0-1                         2010
                                                       13-7 (6-2 SoCon — T2nd)                     @ Rider Fall Classic, Lawrenceville, N.J.
                   1995                          9/1     vs. George Mason @           L, 0-4
                                                                                                   ! SoCon Tournament                                        8-8-3 (4-2-1 SoCon — T2nd)
                                                                                                                                                         9/3     vs. Bowling Green @          T, 0-0
       9-10 (4-2 SoCon — 3rd)                    9/2     at James Madison @           L, 2-3                           2005                              9/5     vs. Marist @                W, 3-1
9/3     at Stetson @                L, 1-3       9/6     East Carolina               W, 3-1
9/5     vs. Florida Atlantic @ W, 4-3 OT         9/10 at Georgia State               W, 2-1
                                                                                                        7-10-1 (2-4-1 SoCon — 6th)                       9/10 at Cincinnati                   T, 0-0
9/9     at Charleston Southern     W, 2-0                                                          9/1     vs. Winthrop @                    W, 2-1      9/12 at Louisville                   L, 0-5
                                                 9/13 at Clemson                      L, 0-4       9/3     at Gardner-Webb @                 L, 0-1      9/15 Liberty                        W, 2-1
9/11 Radford                       W, 4-2        9/16 at UNC Wilmington              W, 2-1        9/10 at Radford                           W, 2-1      9/21 Gardner-Webb                   W, 3-1
9/16 The Citadel*                  W, 5-0        9/20 at Furman*                      L, 0-5       9/12 Liberty                              W, 2-1
9/20 at UNC Asheville               L, 0-1                                                                                                               9/25 at Campbell                     L, 0-1
                                                 9/26 VMI*                           W, 4-2        9/16 Charlotte                            L, 0-1
9/22 Liberty                       W, 3-0                                                                                                                9/28 at N.C. State                   L, 1-2
                                                 9/29 Georgia Southern*              W, 4-0        9/21 UNC Asheville                        W, 3-2
9/24 at Vanderbilt              L, 1-3 OT        10/4 Virginia Tech                  W, 4-3                                                              10/2 Georgia Southern *             W, 1-0
                                                                                                   9/24 at Mercer                            L, 2-4      10/5 at Wake Forest                  L, 0-1
9/26 at Wake Forest                 L, 3-5       10/11 Davidson*                      L, 1-2       9/28 at Elon*                             T, 1-1
10/1 at Georgia Southern*           L, 0-3       10/14 at The Citadel*           W, 2-1 OT         10/1 at College of Charleston*            L, 1-3      10/12 at Wofford *                  W, 1-0
10/4 Furman*                   W, 3-2 OT         10/17 Coll. of Charleston*          W, 2-0        10/4 UNC Greensboro*                      L, 0-2      10/16 at Furman *                    L, 0-1
10/10 Wofford                      W, 2-1        10/21 at UNC Greensboro*            W, 3-2        10/9 High Point*                          W, 4-1      10/19 Davidson *                    W, 2-0
10/13 Marshall*                    W, 2-1        10/24 at High Point              L, 1-2 OT        10/12 Wofford*                            W, 4-2      10/23 Elon *                 W, 2-1 (2OT)
10/15 at Winthrop                   L, 2-3       10/26 Campbell                      W, 5-2        10/19 at Wake Forest                      L, 1-3      10/26 at UNC Greensboro *            L, 0-3
10/17 at Davidson*                  L, 0-2       10/28 at Wofford*                   W, 4-0        10/23 at Georgia Southern*                W, 3-2      10/30 at College of Charleston *     T, 2-2
10/20 at VMI*                      W, 1-0        11/3 vs. Georgia Southern !         W, 2-0        10/26 at Davidson*                        L, 1-2      11/2 East Tennessee State      L, 0-1 (OT)
10/25 at North Carolina             L, 1-2       11/4 vs. Davidson !                 W, 4-3        10/30 Furman*                             L, 0-2      11/6 Elon !                         W, 1-0
10/29 at UNC Greensboro             L, 2-6       11/5 vs. Furman !                    L, 1-4       11/2 at Longwood                          L, 1-2      11/12 vs. UNC Greensboro !     L, 0-1 (OT)
11/3 vs. Georgia Southern !     L, 4-6 OT        @ Harrisonburg, Va.                               11/5 at Elon!                             L, 0-1      @ Davidson, N.C.
@ Stetson Tournament, DeLand, Fla.                                                                 @ Boiling Springs, N.C.                               ! SoCon Tournament
                                                 ! SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.              ! SoCon Tournament
! SoCon Tournament
                   1996                                             2001                                               2006
      5-14 (3-3 SoCon — t-4th)                          10-8 (4-4 SoCon — T4th)                         10-7-2 (3-2-2 SoCon — 5th)
                                                 9/3     at North Carolina                L, 0-3   8/26 vs. VMI#                               W, 5-2
8/31 at Liberty                     L, 1-2 OT
                                                 9/9     Lipscomb                        W, 2-0    8/27 at Radford#                            W, 2-0
9/4     at Charlotte                    L, 1-3
                                                 9/19 UNC Asheville                      W, 5-0    9/1       Western Kentucky!                 W, 4-1
9/7     vs. Winthrop @                  L, 1-3
9/8     vs. Radford @                   L, 2-3   9/23 at Georgia Southern*                L, 0-1   9/3       Winthrop!                         W, 1-0
9/10 at Wofford                        W, 2-0    9/28 Wofford*                           W, 2-1    9/6       at High Point                     W, 3-2
9/13 Georgia Southern*                  L, 1-4   9/30 High Point                         W, 3-0    9/16 at Charlotte                     L, 2-3(2OT)
9/18 Davidson*                         W, 1-0    10/3 at East Carolina                   W, 2-1    9/20 at UNC Asheville                       L, 1-2
9/22 East Carolina                     W, 4-0    10/6 Furman*                             L, 1-4   9/23 Georgia Southern*                      L, 0-2
9/25 at Clemson                         L, 0-6   10/9 at Davidson*                        L, 0-2   9/26 at Wake Forest                         L, 1-3
10/1 UNC Greensboro                     L, 1-4   10/11 UNC Wilmington                    W, 4-1    9/30 at Wofford*                            W, 3-0
10/5 at The Citadel*                   W, 4-1    10/14 at Coll. of Charleston*           W, 2-1    10/3 Elon*                                  T, 1-1
                                                 10/16 The Citadel*                      W, 1-0    10/7 at UNC Greensboro*                     W, 3-2
10/9 UNC Asheville                      L, 1-3                                                     10/11 at Furman*                            L, 1-3
10/16 at Wake Forest                    L, 1-6   10/23 UNC Greensboro*                    L, 1-2
                                                 10/27 at Campbell                        L, 1-4   10/15 Davidson*                             T, 1-1
10/19 at Marshall*                      L, 0-6                                                     10/17 Mercer                                W, 3-0
10/23 at North Carolina             L, 2-3 OT    10/31 at Duke                            L, 1-3
                                                 11/3 at VMI*                            W, 2-1    10/21 Coll. of Charleston*                  W, 4-2
10/25 VMI*                         W, 3-2 OT                                                       10/24 at Virginia Tech                      L, 0-1
10/30 Virginia Tech                     L, 0-1   11/10 at Winthrop                   W, 2-1 OT
                                                                                                   10/29 at Coll. of Charleston%               W, 4-1
11/2 at Furman*                         L, 0-3   11/16 vs. Coll. of Charleston!       L, 1-2 OT    11/3 vs. UNC Greensboro%                    L, 0-2
11/8 vs. Davidson !                     L, 1-2   ! SoCon Tournament                                ! Broyhill Inn Appalachian Classic (Boone, NC)
@ Verbatim Invitational, Davidson, N.C.                                                            # Radford Univ. Tournament (Radford, VA)
! SoCon Tournament, Greenville, S.C.                                                               % SoCon Tournament


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                                                                                                   Record Book
                                                          iNdiVidUAL ReCORdS                                                                                                       TeAM ReCORdS
Match Goals                                                                          Season Shots
                                                                                                                                                                        GOALS
1.  7     Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . Nov. 12, 1978                      1.   142 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980
              vs. George Washington                                                  2.   124 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978             ASU
                                                                                     3.   103 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977             Match         22 vs. Chattanooga, Sept. 8, 1979
Season Goals                                                                         4.   90 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983         Season        105, 1980
1.   46 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980                5.   86 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984
2.   34 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978                     86 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984
                                                                                                                                                                        Opponent
3.   22 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977                7.   83 Kingsley Easbeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979
4.   20 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981           8.   80 Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984      Match         10 vs. NC State, Oct. 5, 1970
5.   18 Kingsley Easbeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979                9.   72 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981                       10 vs. Clemson, Oct. 21, 1973
6.   17 Jordy Broder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000        10. 68 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990                   10 vs. South Carolina, Sept. 22, 1991
7.   16 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992                                                                                         Season        67, 1982
8.   14 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980           Career Shots
     14 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983           1.   407 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             1977-80
     14 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990      2.   264 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1979-82     ASSiSTS
                                                                                     3.   246 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1982-85     ASU
Career Goals                                                                         4.   239 Jordy Broder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1998-01     Match         14 vs. Chattanooga, Sept. 8, 1979
1.   109 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               1977-80     5.   231 Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1982-85     Season        82, 1980
2.   54 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           1979-82     6.   221 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1980-83
3.   49 Jordy Broder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1998-01     7.   208 Kingsley Easbeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             1977-80
4.   43 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1989-92     8.   196 Keith Layne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    1977-80     Opponent
5.   33 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1982-85     9.   185 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   1989-92     Match         8 vs. Wake Forest, Oct. 16, 1996
6.   31 Kingsley Easbeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                1977-80     10. 164 Carlos Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   1987-90     Season        54, 1994
7.   28 Jay Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   1993-95
8.   26 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           1980-83     Match Saves
                                                                                                                                                                        SHOTS
9.   25 Art Patsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1982-85     1.  21 Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sept. 5, 1986
     25 Carlos Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1987-90                 vs. Old Dominion                                                       ASU
                                                                                                                                                                        Match         67 vs. Marshall, Oct. 19, 1980
Match Assists                                                                        Season Saves                                                                       Season        542, 1980
1.  4     Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oct. 18, 1984             1.   149 Ted Mackorell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982
               vs. Catawba                                                           2.   118 Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986
                                                                                                                                                                        Opponent
                                                                                     3.   107 Jason Hockstra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994
Season Assists                                                                       4.   105 Jason Hockstra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992        Match         32 vs. North Carolina, Oct. 26, 1994
1.   20 Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984        5.   100 Philip Cavicchia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003       Season        374, 1982
2.   17 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980                6.   97 David Broderick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988
3.   15 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980           7.   95 Mike Fridenmaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983             SAVeS
4.   13 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982           8.   93 Steve Knowles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981
                                                                                                                                                                        ASU
5.   12 Keith Layne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980       9.   87 Brandon James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996
6.   11 Corey Lugger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2006         10. 86 Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985      Match         21 vs. Old Dominion, Sept. 5, 1986
     11 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984                                                                                           Season        170, 1982
8.   10 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978                Career Saves
     10 Kevin Turner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993        1.   369 Jason Hockstra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1992-95            Opponent
10. 9     Dick Elwell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980   2.   268 Steve Knowles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1978-81
                                                                                                                                                                        Match         22 vs. Furman, Oct. 8, 1980
     9    Carlos Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989   3.   237 Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1983-86
                                                                                     4.   227 Ted Mackorell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1978-82           Season        190, 1982
Career Assists                                                                       5.   220 Earl Morgan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1988-92
1.   46 Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1982-85     6.   185 Philip Cavicchia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04           SHUTOUTS
2.   39 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           1979-82     7.   164 David Broderick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1987-90            ASU
3.   37 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                1977-80     8.   163 Mike Fridenmaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1982-84
                                                                                                                                                                        All-Time      165
4.   28 Keith Layne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1977-80     9.   139 Collin Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-10
5.   27 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1982-85     10. 138 Ashley Good. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1988-91           Season        9, 1978, 83
6.   22 Carlos Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1987-90                                                                                        Consecutive   4, 1977, 78, 78, 2007
7.   19 Michael Somnazu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               1976-79     Season Shutouts
8.   18 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           1980-83     1.   7    Steve Knowles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978      Opponent
     18 John Cerak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1987-90          7    Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985
                                                                                                                                                                        All-Time      110
     18 Kevin Turner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1993-96          7    Adam Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986
     18 Corey Lugger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         2004-07          7    Greg Brooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002    Season        9, 2010
                                                                                     5.   6    Mike Shephard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976        Consecutive   3, 2007
Match Points                                                                              6    Steve Knowles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981
1.  15 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . Nov. 12, 1978                              6    Mike Fridenmaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983           TieS
             vs. George Washington                                                   8.   5    Five players
                                                                                                                                                                        Season        6, 1983
Season Points                                                                        Season Matches                                                                     Consecutive   2, 1983, 2004
1.   109 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980               1.   22 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990
2.   78 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978                     22 Andy Salandy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990        WiNNiNG STReAKS
3.   51 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977                     22 Mark McGuinn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990          One Season 12, 1975 (12-1-0)
4.   45 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981           2.   21 21 players
                                                                                                                                                                        Two Seasons 19, 1974-75
5.   43 Kingsley Esabeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979
     43 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980           Career Matches                                                                     One Team    28, vs. VMI (1972-1997)
7.   41 Jordy Broder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000        1.   79 Andy Salady . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1987-90     Conference  35, 1976-82
8.   40 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992           79 Scott Griffith. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    1989-92
9.   36 Jay Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994        79 Kyle Stam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    1992-95     UNBeATeN STReAKS
10. 35 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982            4.   78 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1982-85
                                                                                                                                                                        One Season 12, 1975 (12-1-0)
                                                                                          78 Rob Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1982-85
Career Points                                                                        6.   75 Seven players                                                              Two Seasons 20, 1974-75
1.   255 Thompson Usiyan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               1977-80                                                                                        One Team    33, vs. VMI (1972-2002
2.   147 Mark Schwartz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          1979-82                                                                                        Conference  40, 1976-82
3.   117 Jordy Broder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1998-01
4.   103 David Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1989-92
                                                                                                                                                                        LOSiNG STReAKS
5.   93 John Nedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1982-85
6.   76 Kingsley Easbeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                1977-80                                                                                        One Season 6, 1963, 1997
7.   72 Carlos Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1987-90                                                                                        Two Seasons 7, 1995-96
8.   70 Keith Layne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1977-80                                                                                        Conference  3, 1997, 2008
     70 Scott Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           1980-83                                                                                        One Team    16 vs. Duke (1964-2004)
10. 67 Michael Somnazu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                1976-79

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                                     Southern Conference Honors

  SoCon PLAYeR OF THe YeAR                                                  SoCon COACH OF THe YeAR
Nine Mountaineers have earned Southern Conference Player              Appalachian also boasts the most SoCon Coach of the Year
of the Year honors 13 times in the storied history of ASU soccer,     honors with an ASU coach earning the honor 10 times.
more than any other program in the SoCon. Appalachian
maintained a stranglehold on the prestigious honor during the         Year             Coach
1970s and 1980s with nine straight Players of the Year from 1977-     1974, 75, 77     Vaughn Christian
1985. Thompson Usyian earned the honor three time during that         1978, 80         Hank Steinbrecher
period (1977, 78, 80) and still remains the only SoCon player to be   1984, 85, 89     Art Rex
dubbed Player of the Year three times in his career.                  1998             T.J. Kostecky
                                                                      2000             Aiden Heaney
Year              Player
1974
1975
                  Emmanuel Udogu
                  David Mor
                                                                        SoCon FReSHMAN OF THe YeAR
1977, 78, 80      Thompson Usiyan
1979              Kingsley Esabeman                                   Year             Player
1981, 82          Mark Schwartz                                       1993             Kevin Turner
1983              Scott Anderson
1984, 85
1989
                  John Nedd
                  Carlos Lee                                                SoCon TOURNAMeNT MVP
2000              Jordy Broder
                                                                      Year             Player
                                                                      1990             Andy Salandy

                                 ALL-SOUTHeRN CONFeReNCe
1974               1979                 1984               1989                1995              2003                2010
Bob Hark*          Kingsley Esabeman*   John Nedd*         Carlos Lee*         Mark Hemphill*    Keon McPherson*     Sean Dreybus*
Dan Harrell*       Emmanuel Igbeka*     Art Patsch*        Earl Morgan*        Kevin Turner*     Mark Thornton*      Steven Sassano
Frank Kerno*       Michael Somnazu*     Scott Rockett*     Jeremy Mittag*      Naoshi Yamauchi                       Lee Williams
David Mor*         Doug Stokesberry*    Christian Tam*     Andy Salandy*                         2004
Mark Rozanski*     Dick Elwell          Rob Wilcher*       John Cerak          1996              Philip Cavicchia*   * First Team
Emmanuel           Ted Mackorell                           Scott Griffith      Kevin Turner*     Keon McPherson*     ! All-Freshman Tm.
Udogu*                                  1985                                   Mark Hemphill     Raphael Jones
                   1980                 John Nedd*         1990                Naoshi Yamauchi
1975               Kingsley Esabeman*   Art Patsch*        Andy Salandy*                         2005
Ronnie Groce*      Emmanuel Igbeka*     Tim Ross*          Carlos Lee          1997              Tate Parrish
Frank Kerno*       Keith Layne*         Christian Tam*     Jeremy Mittag       Mark Hemphill
David Mor*         Mark Schwartz*       Rob Wilcher*       David Terry         Naoshi Yamauchi   2006
Larry Panford*     Thompson Usiyan*                                                              Paul Pessina*
Mike Shepherd*     Dick Elwell          1986               1991                1998              Arie Muniz
Fernando Ojeda     Steve Kraus          Adam Lee*          Joel Nesbit*        Jordy Broder*     Corey Lugger
Tony Suarez                             Tim Ross*          David Terry*        Mark Hemphill*
                   1981                 Christian Tam*     Brian Jillings      Naoshi Yamauchi   2007
1976               Scott Anderson*      Bobby Hort         Earl Morgan                           McCoy Livingston
Ronnie Groce*      Mark Schwartz*       Kirk Kropinack                         1999              Juan Obregon
Frank Kerno*       Ray Wells*                              1992                Jordy Broder      Sean Sassano
Mike Shepherd*     Walter Bowling       1987               Joel Nesbit*
Fernando Ojeda     Scott Rockett        Carlos Lee*        David Terry*        2000              2008
Larry Panford                           Kirk Kropinack     Scott Griffith      Jordy Broder*     Arie Muniz*
Michael Somnazu    1982                 Andy Salandy       Brian Jillings      Chris Weddle      Paul Pessina*
                   Scott Anderson*                                                               Collin Taylor*!
1977               John Nedd*           1988               1993                2001              Mark Bridges!
Emmanuel Igbeka* Mark Schwartz*         Carlos Lee*        Brian Jillings*     Jordy Broder*     Sean Dreybus!
Mike Somna*        Art Patsch           Andy Salandy*      Ryan Anderson       Mark Thornton     Juan Obregon
Thompson Usiyan* Rob Wilcher            Mike Dehner        Joel Nesbit
Keith Layne                             Brian Flynn                            2002              2009
                   1983                                    1994                Greg Brooks       Arie Muniz*
1978               Scott Anderson*                         Ryan Anderson*      Keon McPherson    David Dodge!
Kingsley Esabeman* John Nedd*                              Jay Lane*           Steve Mellor      J.J. Elder!
Emmanuel Igbeka* Tim Ross*                                 Mark Hemphill       Jannis Riesz      Kojo Thompson!
Thompson Usiyan* Christian Tam*                            Joel Nesbit         Mark Thornton
Jim Wilde          Rob Wilcher*                            Kevin Turner


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                                    Southern Conference
     The Southern Conference, which enters its 91st season of intercollegiate competition in 2011, has
become known as one of the nations’s leaders in emphasizing the development of student-athletes and
defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models.
     The Southern Conference has excelled as the premiere conference in the Football Championship
Subdivision since earning that classification in 1981. The conference currently consists of 12 members
in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce
participants for NCAA Division I Championships.
     The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only
the Big Ten (1896) , the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920)
conferences are older in terms of origination.
     Throughout its history, the Southern Conference has been an innovator in college athletics. The Southern
Conference was the first “super conference” with its charter membership including the likes of Alabama,
Auburn, and North Carolina. The SoCon, as it has come to be known by headline writers throughout the
country, is the league that gave birth to the three-point shot in college basketball and was the home of such
sporting greats as Arnold Palmer, Jerry West and Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice.
     Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. League athletes have
been recognized countless times on CoSIDA Academic All-America and district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes-
Scholarship winners have been selected from the conference.
     The Southern Conference office is located in the Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that
was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon
a first class meeting area as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.
     Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans five Southeastern states. Current
league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia
Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Samford, Western Carolina and Wofford.
     The SoCon also sponsors two all-sports awards, the Commissioner’s Cup for men’s programs and the
Germann Cup for women’s teams. In 2011, Appalachian won both cup for the eighth time, earning its 31st
Commissioner’s Cup and its ninth Germann Cup. Appalachian remains the only SoCon program to sweep
both awards in the same year, a feat it has accomplished eight times.



  2010-11 Commissioner’s Cup Standings                                                      SoCon diReCTORY
                                                                                                     702 North Pine Street
  1.     Appalachian State               91                                                        Spartanburg, S.C. 29303
  2.     UNC Greensboro                  78
  3.     Chattanooga                     70.5       Commissioner........................................................ John Iamarino
  4.     Furman                          60
                                                    Sr. Assoc. Commissioner (External Affairs) .........Geoff Cabe
  t-5.   Elon                            59
  t-5.   Samford                         59         Associate Commissioner (Internal Affairs)..........Sue Arakas
  7.     Wofford                         58.5       Associate Commissioner (Media Relations) ... Jason Yaman
  8.     Davidson                        57.5
                                                    Associate Commissioner (Compliance) ............... Doug King
  9.     College of Charleston           54.5
  10.    Western Carolina                51.5       Assistant Commissioner (Championships) ... Brandon Neff
  11.    Georgia Southern                43         Associate Director of Media Relations ..... Jonathan Caskey
  12.    The Citadel                     40.5

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                                                          ASU Administration

                             Charlie COBB                                                                                  debbie RiCHARdSON
                             director of Athletics                                                                         Senior Assoc. Ad/SWA
                             NC State, 1990                                                                                Auburn, 1975
                             Seventh Year                                                                                  16th Year
                             In his first six years at Appalachian State Univer-                                           In 2011, Debbie Richardson begins her 16th year
                             sity, Director of Athletics Charlie Cobb has led the                                          as Senior Woman Administrator at Appalachian
                             department to unparalleled success.                                                           State University. She joined the Mountaineer staff
                                                                                                                           in August 1996 as an assistant athletics director and
                             The many achievements enjoyed by Appalachian                                                  earned the title of Senior Associate Director in 2006.
                             athletics during Cobb’s tenure include:
                                                                                                                   Richardson serves as administrator for seven men’s
• Three NCAA Division I football national championships and the first NCAA              and women’s sports, including men’s soccer. As the senior woman administrator,
football titles ever won by a team from the state of North Carolina at any level.       she acts as spokesperson for the needs and interests of women within the athlet-
• Shattering football attendance records at Kidd Brewer Stadium.                        ics department, campus and community.
• Six-consecutive Commissioner’s Cup championships — recognizing the top
                                                                                        In the Southern Conference, Richardson sits on the wrestling and television
overall men’s sports program in the Southern Conference.                                committees and is the current chair of the volleyball committee.
• Three Germann Cup championships — recognizing the top overall women’s
sports program in the SoCon.                                                            Regionally, Richardson serves as the chair of the south region volleyball ranking
• Thirty-five percent of the athletics department’s students making the                 committee, and, at the national level, she is entering her second year as a
Academic Honor Roll (minimum GPA of 3.25).                                              member of the NCAA Division I volleyball committee.

However, the most notable of Cobb’s many achievements has been the addition             Richardson came to Appalachian following five years as assistant athletics
                                                                                        director at the University of Illinois. Previously, Richardson spent nine years
of first-class facilities that will give Appalachian the opportunity to be successful
                                                                                        at the University of South Florida, including seven seasons as head volleyball
across the athletics spectrum for years to come.                                        coach. While at USF, Richardson compiled a 180-117 record and earned three
Facility enhancements totaling $50 million were completed in 2009, headlined            Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year awards while leading her team to four
by the 120,000-square-foot Appalachian Athletics Center. The seven-story com-           Sun Belt championships.
plex, located behind Kidd Brewer Stadium’s west stands, includes a strength and         A 1975 Auburn graduate, Richardson was a four-year starter for the Tigers during
conditioning center, training facilities, academic study space and a computer           the AIAW-era. She earned a master’s degree in physical education from East
lab for all ASU student-athletes.                                                       Tennessee State in 1977.
Cobb’s peers recognized him for his efforts when the National Collegiate
Athletics Directors Association (NACDA) named him the NCAA Division I FCS                                       ASU ASSoCiAte And ASSiStAnt
Southeast Region Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year in 2011.
                                                                                                                    AthletiC direCtorS
Prior to his arrival in Boone, Cobb was a member of the athletics department at
North Carolina State University from 1998-2005. A four-year football letterwin-
ner at NC State from 1987-90, Cobb served as the Wolfpack’s Senior Associate
Athletics Director for External Operations for seven years. In that role, he over-
saw NC State’s marketing, ticket operations, media relations and student-athlete
development operations, as well as serving on the department’s compact
strategic planning initiative, gender equity and facilities committees.
In addition, Cobb served as NC State’s administrator for baseball and women’s
soccer, tournament manager for the 2004 NCAA men’s basketball first and
second rounds at the RBC Center and the chair for the southeast region of the
NCAA women’s soccer committee.
Prior to returning to his alma mater in ‘98, Cobb spent six years in Atlanta, Ga.,           RiCK BeASLeY                    TROY HeUSTeSS                    dAVid JACKSON
                                                                                        Sr. Assoc. AD, Athletic Develop.      Associate AD, Facilities      Associate AD, Public Affairs
where he held positions with the Atlanta Sports Council, the Chick-Fil-A Peach
Bowl and the Georgia Dome. As an assistant executive director for the Atlanta
Sports Council and the Peach Bowl, he helped coordinate Atlanta’s bid for the
2002 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and handled all game and event opera-
tions for the Peach Bowl.
As sales manager for the Georgia Dome from 1994-97, Cobb helped procure
events such as the Southeastern Conference football championship, the SEC
and Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournaments, NCAA men’s bas-
ketball championship events, Georgia High School Association football playoffs,
major concerts and other college and amateur sporting events.
Cobb graduated with honors with a B.A. in business administration from NC                     JAY SUTTON                        MiKe FLYNN                   BARBARA GReeN
State in 1990. A second-team all-ACC honoree at center as a senior, Cobb was an         Associate AD, Internal Affairs     Asst. AD, Sports Information      Assistant AD, Compliance
academic all-ACC selection and collected the prestigious Jim Tatum Award, pre-
sented to the ACC football senior with the highest grade point average, and the
Bob Warren Memorial Award, given to the Wolfpack football player that displays
the highest integrity and sportsmanship.
After receiving post-graduate scholarships from both the ACC and NFL Charities,
Cobb earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in
1992.
Cobb is married to the former Lindsay Brecher, who was an all-ACC goalkeeper
for NCSU women’s soccer from 1988-90 and serves as an assistant coach for
Appalachian’s women’s soccer program. The Cobbs have a 13-year-old son, Har-                       KiNdSAY GReeNe ReedeR                      SAMANTHA STeVeNS
rison, and a 10-year-old daughter, Branan.                                                            Assistant AD, Development                Asst. AD, Marketing/Licensing


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WHO WE ARE
   Nestled in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Appalachian State University combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts col-
lege with those of a large research university. Known for its value and a ordability, Appalachian enrolls about 17,200 students and o ers more than 140
undergraduate and graduate majors. Small classes and close interactions between faculty and students create a strong sense of community, which has
become an Appalachian hallmark.


EDUCATING NORTH CAROLINA’S
CITIZENS AND LEADERS
    Appalachian State University is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, N.C. At an elevation of 3,333 feet, Boone began as a frontier outpost named af-
ter pioneer Daniel Boone, who rst explored the area in the 1760s. Boone now attracts those seeking a breathtaking location, adventure and a quality education.
    Appalachian is a member of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system and o ers a challenging learning experience. The university combines a small-
town atmosphere with a strong academic reputation. Appalachian’s academics are supported by an accomplished faculty, close, personal interaction between
students and faculty, and intimate class sizes that average 25 students.
    Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and
other careers. Innovation and creativity are hallmarks of Appalachian graduates, many of whom are leaders in communities in North Carolina and around the
world. Appalachian also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and service to communities, both locally and globally. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the
  elds of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences.
    Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s best public universities in the Southeast, Appalachian is also noted as a “best value” by Kiplinger’s
Personal Finance magazine and other publications.
    Appalachian’s 411-acre main campus includes 19 academic buildings, 20 residence halls, four dining facilities and 11 recreational and athletic facilities. Ap-
palachian also operates a living-learning center in New York City and o -campus programs in 10 counties through collaboration with area community colleges.
    Appalachian supports a broad-based athletics program, featuring 10 men’s and 10 women’s intercollegiate teams. The Mountaineers hold NCAA Division I
status and have been members of the Southern Conference since 1971.
    The Mountaineers won their 31st Southern Conference Commissioner’s Cup for overall excellence in men’s athletics during the 2010-11 academic year. Ap-
palachian has claimed six-consecutive Commissioner’s Cups and eight total Germann Cups, recognizing overall excellence in women’s athletics. In football, the
Mountaineers won three consecutive NCAA Division I FCS national championship titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Appalachian is the only school to ever win both
the Commissioner’s Cup and the Germann Cup in the same academic year.
    Since joining the Southern Conference, the Mountaineers have earned league titles
in football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country,
men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, men’s soccer and men’s
tennis.
    Nearly 35 percent of Appalachian student-athletes earn a place on the department’s
Honor Roll, with a minimum GPA of 3.25. Five athletic programs have received NCAA
Public Recognition Awards for their Academic Progress Rate scores being ranked among
the nation’s top 10 percent.




APPALACHIAN ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT
    The Department of Athletics at Appalachian State University believes in maintaining the intercollegiate athletics program as an integral part of the University’s overall
program of education, with emphasis on and priority given to the high academic quality and standards and the complete development of the student.
    Appalachian State University provides opportunity and encouragement for student-athletes to progress toward degrees of their choice and to develop athletic abilities
in an environment consistent with high standards of academic scholarship, leadership and institutional loyalty. The Department of Athletics is committed to ensuring the
general welfare of the student-athlete and to encouraging the highest standards of sportsmanship on behalf of student-athletes, the student body and the University’s
supporters. The intercollegiate athlete representing ASU is both a bona- de student pursuing a degree program and an amateur competitor.
    Appalachian Athletics is committed to insuring equitable recruitment, participation and treatment of individuals including members of under-represented populations
through its athletics administration, sta , coaches, programs and policies. The University’s policy of non-discrimination represents a moral and ethical, not merely a legal,
imperative.
    The University has determined that its athletics program will meet the necessary quali cations, guidelines and funding to hold membership in Division I of the NCAA.
The athletics administration, the faculty athletics representative and the Athletics Council work together to insure that all teams and coaches follow the rules and regula-
tions governing this division.
    A sound program of intercollegiate athletics should bene t the institution through its e ects on students, alumni ad the institution itself. Speci cally, it should
maintain and improve the loyalty and esprit de corps of the student body, and in strengthening the pride and enthusiasm of the alumni; it should serve as a favorable
public relations factor and provide bene ts to the participants.

APPALACHIAN ATHLETICS DIVERSITY STATEMENT
   Appalachian athletics promotes an inclusive culture that fosters equitable participation for student-athletes and equitable career opportunities for coaches, administra-
tors and support sta from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
POINTS
OF PRIDE
RELEVANT DEGREE PROGRAMS
   Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now
cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music,
nursing, education and other careers. Today, Appalachian is a leader in
the elds of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences.

QUALITY ACADEMICS
   In its 2011 America’s Best Colleges Guide, U.S. News & World Report
ranked Appalachian No. 3 among the top public master-degree
granting universities in the South. Appalachian was also included in
The Princeton Review’s 2011 “The Best 373 Colleges” publication based
on academics as well as student surveys that praised the accessibility
of the university’s faculty, quality of academic programs and value.

VALUE AND AFFORDABILITY
   Appalachian has been named a best value by Forbes, The Princeton
Review, Consumer’s Digest and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine
for providing a high quality education at the lowest cost to students.
Committed to making higher education a ordable for every N.C.
student, Appalachian o ers the ACCESS scholarship program, which
has supported students from the state’s lowest-income families by
o ering a debt-free, four-year university education. The university also
includes a textbook rental program that saves a student hundreds of
dollars over four years.

OUTSTANDING FACULTY
  Ninety-nine percent of Appalachian’s full-time faculty hold
doctorate, rst professional degree, or other terminal degrees.

SMALL CLASSES, PERSONAL ATTENTION
   Personal attention from faculty is a hallmark of the Appalachian
experience. Classes average 25 students. This close-knit “community of
learners” contributes to Appalachian having a freshman-to-sophomore
retention rate of nearly 87 percent.

INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS
   With study abroad opportunities on nearly every continent,
Appalachian students have access to approximately 200 foreign sites
for semester and year-long programs of study.

CONTRIBUTORS TO KNOWLEDGE
   Each year, Appalachian receives nearly $20 million in external
grants and contracts, which fund research projects that improve lives
in North Carolina, across the nation and around the world.
Appalachian values undergraduate research, so many of these projects
generate special opportunities for students. The number of students
engaging in research activities has increased 127 percent since 2005.

ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE CAMPUS
   Appalachian was included in The Princeton Review’s 2010 “Guide to
286 Green Colleges” among the nation’s most environmentally
responsible campuses, as well as Sierra Club Magazine’s 2010 list of 100
“Cool Schools,” a list of schools doing the most for the planet.
Appalachian has an electricity-generating wind turbine on campus, a
biodiesel-powered public transportation system and research and
academic degree programs that focus on issues related to energy,
economics and the environment. It also has a commitment to new
buildings that are e ciently designed and LEED® certi ed and that use
100 percent green housekeeping supplies.

PASSIONATE AND SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI
  Appalachian has more than 100,000 living alumni with 73 percent
remaining in North Carolina after graduation. They are leaders in their
communities and professions, exemplifying how Appalachian can and
does make a di erence in the world.
DR. KENNETH E. PEACOCK
CHANCELLOR




                                             Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became Appalachian State University’s sixth chancellor in July 2004. During his
                                          tenure, Appalachian has experienced signi cant growth in several areas, and the quality of the university’s
                                          academic programs has continued to advance, directing extensive national attention to Appalachian. The
                                          university has become a destination of choice among the brightest and best high school graduates, with
                                          freshman SAT scores averaging 1136 and grade point averages 3.92 in the 2010-11 academic year.
                                             Since Chancellor Peacock assumed o ce, Appalachian has raised more than $93.5 million in private funding.
                                          Appalachian ACCESS, a university scholarship program o ering North Carolina’s low-income students living
                                          at or below the poverty level a four-year university education debt free, was rst awarded to members of the
                                          freshman class in 2007. Capital improvements and new construction under Chancellor Peacock’s leadership
                                          have included the Student Recreation Center, Central Dining Facility, Athletics Center, new on-campus housing
                                          as well as residence hall renovations, steam system upgrades, and the opening of Belk Library and Information
                                          Commons and a new college of education building. Construction is under way on a new facility for the Honors
                                          College and an expansion to Plemmons Student Union.
                                             Prior to his appointment as chancellor, Peacock served at Appalachian as interim provost and executive vice
                                          chancellor. He joined the faculty in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business in 1983, was appointed assistant
                                          dean of the business school in 1987, associate dean in 1989, and served as dean of the college from 1992-2003.
                                          Previously, he taught at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia and worked for the
                                          accounting rm of Price Waterhouse & Co. in their Winston-Salem and Charlotte o ces.
                                             Chancellor Peacock received his undergraduate degree in accounting at Mars Hill College and his master’s
                                          and doctorate degrees in accounting at Louisiana State University. In September 2006, he received the
                                          Outstanding Alumnus Award from Mars Hill College.
   Chancellor Peacock is a native of Rocky Mount. He and his wife, Rosanne, have two grown sons.
   Chancellor Peacock serves on the NCAA Division I Presidential Advisory Group, Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors,
Homes for Children Board of Directors, Leadership North Carolina Board of Directors, and he chairs the North Carolina Campus Compact Executive
Board. He has been named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. He also is the recipient of the Golden Eagle Award for
Leadership from AdvantageWest and the L. Richardson Preyer Alumni Award from Leadership North Carolina.
   In addition, the Peacocks are involved in a variety of civic/community programs and activities.
APPALACHIAN
TIMELINE
1899   Dougherty brothers founded Watauga
       Academy

1903   North Carolina legislature recognized The
       Appalachian Training School of Teachers as a
       state institution

1921   North Carolina legislature authorized the
       Appalachian State Normal School two-year
       college program

1929   North Carolina legislature authorized the
       Appalachian State Teachers College four-year
       program

1948   North Carolina Commission on Higher
       Education authorized the ASTC Graduate
       School
                                                      ASU TODAY
                                                                          Enrollment
1967   North Carolina legislature authorized                      17,222 students in Fall 2010
                                                           15,137 undergraduate and 2,085 graduate
       Appalachian State University, with three
       undergraduate colleges                                   Top Represented N.C. Counties
                                                                        Mecklenburg
1971   University of North Carolina system created;                         Wake
       Appalachian named one of its regional                              Watauga
       campuses                                                           Guilford
                                                                           Forsyth
                                                                          Catawba
1982   Enrollment exceeded 10,000 students
                                                                   States most represented
1993   Dr. Francis T. Borkowski became chancellor                       North Carolina
                                                                           Georgia
2001   TIME Magazine named Appalachian a                                   Virginia
       College of the Year                                                  Florida
                                                                          Tennessee
                                                                        South Carolina
2004   Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became chancellor
                                                                           Academics
2005   Football team won NCAA Division I-AA                       College of Arts and Sciences
       National Championship                                       Walker College of Business
                                                                   Reich College of Education
2006   Enrollment exceeded 15,000; football team                College of Fine and Applied Arts
       won NCAA Division I-AA National                             College of Health Sciences
                                                                      Hayes School of Music
       Championship a second time
                                                                        University College
                                                               Cratis D. Williams Graduate School
2007   Football team won NCAA Division I National
       Champion a third time                          More than 140 undergraduate and graduate majors,
                                                       plus a doctoral program in educational leadership
2008   Enrollment exceeded 16,000
                                                               Fall 2010 Average Freshman SAT
                                                                             1136
2009   State’s largest electricity-generating wind
       turbine installed on campus                                  Student/Faculty Ratio
                                                                          16-to-1
2010   New College of Health Sciences opened in
       July                                             Estimated 2010-11 Undergraduate Expenses
                                                      $11,220 for in-state students and $22,532 for out-of-
2011   New College of Education building opened in    state students. Includes tuition, fees, room, standard
                                                                 meal plan and textbook rental
       August
LEADERSHIP       CHANCELLOR                                                              Helen A. Powers
               Kenneth E. Peacock                                                     Retired businesswoman
                                                                                           Asheville, N.C.
   PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR
                Lori Gonzalez                                                               Alice Roess
                                                                         Real estate/mortgage investor/community volunteer
              BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                                          Blowing Rock, N.C.
                 Bradley T. Adcock
       Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina                                     James M. Rose, Sr.
                   Durham, N.C.                                                          Leasing Services II, Inc.
                                                                                           Shelby, N.C.
                 J. Edgar Broyhill
                    Businessman                                                       Michael A. Steinback
                Winston-Salem, N.C.                                                            Stonebridge Partners
                                                                                         Asheville, N.C.
          Jeannine Underdown Collins
                Underdown and Associates                                                 G. A. Sywassink
                  Boone, N.C.                                                               Standard Holding Corporation
                                                                                         Hilton Head, SC
                John E. Cooper, Jr.
                   Mast General Store                                                  Matthew J. Szulik
                   Boone, N.C.                                                         Retired businessman
                                                                                           Raleigh, N.C.
                 Lauren M. Estes
              Student Government Association                          CONSTITUENCY REPRESENTATIVES NON VOTING :
                   Boone, N.C.                                                       Jill R. Ehnenn
                                                                                             Department of English
                Hughlene B. Frank
               Community volunteer                                                        Bill H. Durham
                 Greensboro, N.C.                                                             Alumni Association

                 Avery B. Hall Sr.                                                       Cathy Ziegler
                                      Wachovia Bank                               O ce of Institutional Research, Assessment & Planning
                 Kernersville, N.C.




FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE
DR. ALAN HAUSER
                       Dr. Alan J. Hauser is in his 26th year as Faculty Chairperson of Athletics at Appalachian State University.
                     Appointed to the position in October 1986, Hauser has served on the Athletic Council since 1979.
                       Hauser came to Appalachian as an assistant professor of philosophy and religion in 1972. He served as chair-
                     person of Appalachian’s Philosophy and Religion Department from 1982 until 1997. A member of
                     numerous committees since joining the faculty, Hauser served 12 years on the Faculty Senate, including two
                     years as chairperson. He also chaired the Faculty Assembly for three years.
                       A 1967 graduate of Concordia Teachers College, Hauser earned a master’s degree from Concordia Seminary in
                     1968 and his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1972.
                       Hauser currently chairs the NCAA Academics, Eligibility and Compliance cabinet and is also a member of its
                     Degree Completion committee. He formerly served as the Southern Conference’s delegate to the NCAA Division I
                     Management Council.
                       Hauser and his wife Gail, who is the Assistant Director of Summer Sessions at Appalachian State University,
                     have four daughters: Debi, Staci, Elizabeth and Jacqueline.
ONCE A MOUNTAINEER,
ALWAYS A MOUNTAINEER
   The Appalachian Alumni Association encourages fellowship among its members, promotes goodwill toward
Appalachian, and assists Appalachian by carrying out projects to support the university.
   The non-dues paying Association provides a number of events and programs for the over 90,000
Appalachian alumni, including:
 Homecoming and fan gatherings for athletic events
 Regional and a nity chapters as part of the Appalachian Family Network
 The Gold Book online alumni community
 Travel tour opportunities
 APPdate electronic newsletter
 Black & Gold Reunion and Spring Alumni weekends
 Alumni awards and scholarship programs
 Appalachian alumni e-mail addresses
 Special o ers such as Appalachian NC license tags, discount insurance programs and a nity
 merchandise
 Alumni website including online alumni directory, event information and registration, alumni blog, down-
 loadable screensavers/wallpapers, online photo album and more at www.alumni.appstate.edu




                                                                   Appalachian Alumni Association
                                                                      McKinney Alumni Center
                                                                          ASU Box 32015
                                                                         Boone, NC 28608

                                                                    Toll Free 866-756-ALUM (2586)
                                                                         alumni@appstate.edu
                                                                      www.alumni.appstate.edu
BOONE
NORTH CAROLINA
   Boone lies in a small valley in the heart of the Southern Appalachians. It is named after the hunter and explorer Daniel Boone, who spent time in the
region during the 1760s. Watauga County was formed in 1849 and the Town of Boone incorporated in 1872.
   Among its accolades are inclusion in National Geographic Adventure magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Play,” Norman Crampton’s “100 Best Small
Towns in America,” USA Today’s “10 Great Small Towns with Huge Backyards” and U.S. News and World Report’s “10 Best Places to Retire in the U.S.”
   Boone is a college town, home to Appalachian State University. Originally Watauga Academy, the institution was formed to educate the mountain
children and to ultimately prepare teachers for service through western North Carolina. It became Appalachian State Teachers College in 1929 and
joined the University of North Carolina system in 1971. The university serves as a top economic driver followed by a combination of tourism, small
business and residential home construction.
   The Boone area is characterized by mountain culture and casual living. Outdoor activities, cultural events, local dining and unique shops attract
visitors from all over the world year-round. From breathtaking scenic views to Boone’s eclectic downtown area, known as King Street, there is
something for everyone.
   One of the highlights of downtown Boone is the university’s Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. It features six gallery spaces and a community
education and outreach program. Its exhibitions focus on a blend of recent and historically important artwork and feature nationally and internationally
renowned artists as well as many of the nest artists of the region.
   A wide array of quality arts and cultural events enhance the Boone community. The university’s month-long celebration of performing and visual
arts, known as An Appalachian Summer Festival, has brought notable performers such as Paul Taylor Dance Company, London City Opera, Charlie
Daniels and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. During the academic year, Appalachian hosts the Performing Arts Series with artists such as Garrison Keillor and
the National Symphony Orchestra.
   Boone o ers an uncommon quality of life — that’s why many visitors come for a weekend and stay for a lifetime.




                                                                          BOONE AT A GLANCE…
                                                                             The county seat of Watauga County
                                                                             Population: 14,942
                                                                             Incorporated in 1872
                                                                             Named for its most famous seasonal visitor, Daniel Boone
                                                                             One of four North American Adventure Destinations – Adventure Sports
                                                                             magazine
                                                                             Average summer temperature: 70 degrees
                                                                             “Choose and Cut” Christmas tree industry sells approximately 13,000
                                                                             Fraser Fir trees annually
                                                                             One of the lowest annual unemployment rates in the Southeast

                                                                          WHAT’S VISIBLE FROM
                                                                          KIDD BREWER STADIUM…
                                                                          State’s Largest Wind Turbine
                                                                          This community-scale, 100-kilowatt wind turbine stands 153 feet and feeds
                                                                          enough electricity directly to the grid to power 15 homes. It was paid for
                                                                          primarily through student funds and in partnership with the campus utility,
                                                                          New River Light and Power. Aside from producing clean energy, the turbine
                                                                          serves as an educational monument to Appalachian’s ethic of sustainability.

                                                                          Howard’s Knob
                                                                          Located just a half mile from downtown Boone, this peak has an elevation of
                                                                          4,420 feet. It was named for Benjamin Howard, a Revolutionary War loyalist
                                                                          who ed to a cave there to escape American patriots.

                                                                          Rich Mountain
                                                                          One of 20 North Carolina mountains bearing this name, the Watauga County
                                                                          ridge extends northwest from Boone. It is named for its unusually fertile
                                                                          though rugged slopes.

                                                                          Source: North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places

								
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