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					                                                   2001 OPPONENTS
                       ST. JOSEPH'S                                         2000 Record ...................................................... 9-7-2
       Sept. 1 w 12:00 p.m. w Lawrenceville, N.J.                           2000 Conference Record ...................................... 2-5
Location ........................................ Philadelphia, Pa.         Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 22/5
Nickname ........................................................ Hawks     Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2
Colors ........................................... Crimson and Gray         Head Coach/Alma Mater Jim Barlow (Princeton, '91)
Home Field ........................................ Finnesey Field          Record at School/Years ................... 42-36-9/5 Years
Conference ............................................... Atlantic 10      Assistants ..................... Don Betterton, Trevor Ellis
2000 Record .................................................... 5-11-0     Men’s Soccer Contact ................... Thomas Milajecki
2000 Conference Record/Finish .............. 3-7/9th-tie                    Milajecki’s Phone/Fax .. (609) 258-5033/258-3545
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 18/5                Milajecki’s Email .............. tmilajec@princeton.edu
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2
Head Coach .............................................. Tom Turner                                        RUTGERS
Record at School/Years ............. 81-162-18/14 Years                              Sept. 12 w 8:00 p.m. w New Brunswick, N.J.
Assistants ......... Ken Clark, Matt Cox, Jack Ruggero                      Location .................................. New Brunswick, N.J.
Men’s Soccer Contact .................... Larry Dougherty                   Nickname .......................................... Scarlet Knights
Dougherty's Phone/Fax . (610) 660-1727/660-1724                             Colors ............................................ Scarlet and Black
Dougherty's Email ........................ Ldoc32@aol.com                   Home Field ............................... Yurcak Field (6,000)
                                                                            Conference .................................................... Big East
                    PHILADELPHIA                                            2000 Record .................................................... 10-9-1
       Sept. 2 w 12:00 p.m. w Lawrenceville, N.J.                           2000 Conference Record ................................... 5-5-1
Location ........................................ Philadelphia, Pa.         Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 19/4
Nickname ........................................................... Rams   Starters Returning/Lost ..................................... 10/1
Colors ............................................ Maroon and Grey         Head Coach/Alma Mater ... Bob Reasso (Pfeiffer, '73,
Home Field .......................... Ravenhill Field (2,000)                ......................................................... Springfield, '75)
Conference ...................... Atlantic Soccer Conference                Record at School/Years ........... 271-110-47/20 Years
2000 Record .................................................... 7-13-0     Assistants .... Pedro Lopes, Paul Blodgett, Jeff Zaun
2000 Conference Record ............................... 2-6/8th              Men’s Soccer Contact ........................... Pat McBride
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 14/6                McBride’s Phone/Fax .... (732) 445-4200/445-3063
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3         McBride’s Email ............. pmcbride@rci.rutgers.edu
Head Coach/Alma Mater . John Dunlop (Temple, '90)
Record at School/Years ............................. 45-49-4/5                               GEORGE WASHINGTON
Assistants ... John Short, Tom Ciolko, Mike Feite, Jr.                             Sept. 16 w 1:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.
Men’s Soccer Contact ............................ Tony Berich               Location ........................................ Washington D.C.
Berich’s Phone/Fax ....... (215) 951-2852/951-2859                          Nickname ................................................... Colonials
Berich’s Email ........................ bericht@PhilaU.edu                  Colors ................................................... Buff and Blue
                                                                            Home Field ......... Athletic Complex at Mt. Vernon (1,000)
                                IONA                                        Conference ................... Atlantic 10 (West Division)
     Sept. 5 w 3:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.                           2000 Record ...................................................... 9-5-4
Location ..................................... New Rochelle, N.Y.           2000 Conference Record/Finish ................ 6-3-2/4th
Nickname .......................................................... Gaels   Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 20/22
Colors ............................................ Maroon and Gold         Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/1
Home Field ............................ Mazzella Field (2,440)              Head Coach/Alma Mater ................... George Lidster
Conference ........... Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC)                        .......................................... (Illinois-Springfield, '84)
2000 Record .................................................... 6-13-1     Record at School .................................... 111-100-32
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................... 4-5/5th                   Assistant ................................................ Jake Ouimet
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 18/5                Men’s Soccer Contact ........................ Galen Munroe
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3         Munroe's Phone/Fax ...... (202) 994-8604/994-2713
Head Coach .......................................... John McLean           Munroe's Email .......................... gmunroe@gwu.edu
Record at School/Years ....................... 6-13-1/1 Year
Assistants .......................................................... TBA                            BUCKNELL
Men’s Soccer Contact ................... Steve Habershaw                         Sept. 18 w 3:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.
Habershaw’s Phone/Fax (914) 633-2057/633-2072                               Location ............................................ Lewisburg, Pa.
Web Site ............................................. www.iona.edu         Nickname .......................................................... Bison
                                                                            Colors ................................... Burnt Orange and Blue
                        PRINCETON                                           Home Field ........................... Bucknell Field (1,000)
           Sept. 8 w 7:30 p.m. w Princeton, N.J.                            Conference ......................................... Patriot League
Location ............................................. Princeton, N.J.      2000 Record .................................................... 9-10-2
Nickname ......................................................... Tigers   2000 Conference Record ...................................... 4-2
Colors ............................................ Orange and Black        Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 16/8
Home Field ..................... Lourie-Love Field (1,500)                  Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4
Conference ............................................... Ivy League       Head Coach/Alma Mater Brendan Nash (Trenton St. '94)

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                                                      2001 OPPONENTS
Record at School/Years ................... 18-17-2/2 Years                                                      FDU
Assistants ......................................... Mike Jacobson                 Sept. 30w 2:30 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.
Men’s Soccer Contact ........................................ TBA              Location ................................................ Teaneck, N.J.
Phone/Fax ...................... (570) 577-3083/577-1660                       Nickname ...................................................... Knights
Web Page .......................... www.BucknellBison.com                      Colors .................................... Blue, Black and White
                                                                               Home Field ................................. FDU Field (1,000)
                               UMBC                                            Conference .......................................................... NEC
     Sept. 21 w 1:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.                             2000 Record .................................................... 13-8-1
Location ............................................. Baltimore, Md.          2000 Conference Record/Finish .................... 8-2/1st
Nickname ................................................... Retrievers        Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 19/8
Colors ............................... Black and Gold with Red                 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3
Home Field ............... UMBC Soccer Stadium (1,500)                         Head Coach/Alma Mater ............ Seth Roland (Penn)
Conference .......................................................... NEC      Record at School/Years ................... 40-32-9/4 Years
2000 Record ....................................................... 14-4       Assistants ...................... Alex Passucci, Ethan Zohn
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................... 7-3/3rd                      Men’s Soccer Contact ........................... Drew Brown
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 18/3                   Brown’s Phone/Fax ....... (201) 692-2204/692-9361
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2            Brown’s Email ........................... dmbrown@fdu.edu
Head Coach/Alma Mater .... Pete Caringi (Baltimore, '78)
Record at School/Years ............. 119-67-11/10 Years                                           ROBERT MORRIS
Assistants .......................................................... TBA             Oct. 5 w 4:00 p.m. w Moon Township, Pa.
Men’s Soccer Contact ............................. Steve Levy                  Location ................................... Moon Township, Pa.
Levy’s Phone/Fax ......... (410) 455-2197/455-3994                             Nickname ................................................... Colonials
Levy’s Email ................................. slevy@umbc.edu                  Colors ............................................... Blue and White
                                                                               Home Field ............... North Athletic Complex (800)
                MOUNT ST. MARY'S                                               Conference .......................................................... NEC
     Sept. 23 w 2:30 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.                             2000 Record .................................................... 7-10-2
Location ......................................... Emmitsburg, Md.             2000 Conference Record/Finish .......... 5-4-1/5th-tie
Nickname ......................... Mountaineers, The Mount                     Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 20/1
Colors ............................................... Blue and White          Starters Returning/Lost ..................................... 11/0
Home Field ....................... Mt. St. Mary's Field (800)                  Head Coach/Alma Mater .... Bill Denniston (Bethany, '83)
Conference .......................................................... NEC      Record at School/Years ................... 21-50-6/5 Years
2000 Record .................................................... 10-5-4        Assistant ................................................ Matt Garrett
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................ 7-1-2/3rd                       Men’s Soccer Contact ...................... Scott Koskoski
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 20/4                   Koskoski’s Phone/Fax .. (412) 262-8314/262-8557
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4            Koskoski’s Email ...... koskoski@robert-morris.edu
Head Coach/Alma Mater ...... Seth Roland (Penn '79)
Record at School/Years ................... 27-24-8/3 Years                                            ST. FRANCIS (PA)
Assistants ...................... Alex Passucci, Ethan Zohn                                         Oct. 7 w TBA w Loretto, Pa.
Men’s Soccer Contact ........................................ TBA              Location ................................................. Loretto, Pa.
Contact’s Phone/Fax ..... (201) 692-2204/692-9361                              Nickname ................................................... Red Flash
Contact’s Email ................................................. TBA          Colors ................................................ Red and White
                                                                               Home Field .............. Stokes Soccer Complex (1,500)
                              DELAWARE                                         Conference .......................................................... NEC
                Sept. 26 w 7:00 p.m. w Newark, Del.                            2000 Record ...................................................... 5-9-3
Location ............................................... Newark, Del.          2000 Conference Record/Finish .......... 5-4-1/6th-tie
Nickname .................................... Fightin' Blue Hens               Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 14/11
Colors ...................................... Royal Blue and Gold              Starters Returning/Lost ..................................... 10/1
Home Field ............. Delaware Mini Stadium (2,000)                         Head Coach/Alma Mater ............. Fernando Barboto/
Conference ............................................ America East           ..................................................... (Montclair St., '94)
2000 Record ....................................................... 3-15       Record at School/Years ......................... 5-9-3/1 Year
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................... 1-8/9th                      Assistants ....................... Barry Bimbi, Joe Spagnola
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 13/6                   Men’s Soccer Contact ........................ Jon Hendricks
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4            Hendrick’s Phone/Fax ... (814) 472-3916/472-3196
Head Coach/Alma Mater ................. Marc Samonisky                         Hendrick’s Email ................ jhendricks@francis.edu
 ........................................................... (Delaware, '71)
Record at School/Years ................. 37-101-8/7 Years                                SACRED HEART (CONT...)
Assistants .......................................................... TBA               Oct. 14 w 2:00 p.m. w Fairfield, Conn.
Men’s Soccer Contact ...................... Scott Selheimer                    Location ........................................... Fairfield, Conn.
Selheimer’s Phone/Fax .. (302) 831-2186/831-8653                               Nickname ..................................................... Pioneers
Selheimer's Email .......................... 36246@udel.edu                    Colors ............................................ Scarlet and White


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                                                     2001 OPPONENTS
               SACRED HEART (CONT...)                                         Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3
Home Field .............................. Campus Field (3,500)                Head Coach ........................................... Shaun Green
Conference .......................................................... NEC     Assistant ............................................ Todd Dufresne
2000 Record .................................................... 1-12-4       Men’s Soccer Contact .............................. Jason Neal
2000 Conference Record/Finish .............. 1-7-2/10th                       Neal’s Phone/Fax .......... (860) 832-3059/832-3084
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 23/5                  Neal’s Email .................................... nealj@ccsu.edu
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3                            ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.)
Head Coach/Alma Mater .................... Joe McGuigan                              Oct. 24 w TBA w Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.
 ....................................................... (Sacred Heart '70)
                                                                              Location .............................. Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.
Record at School/Years ........... 120-180-18/17 Years                        Nickname ........................................................ Terriers
Assistants .............................................. Gerald Reid         Colors ................................................... Red and Blue
Men’s Soccer Contact ........................................ TBA
                                                                              Home Field .......................... Roosevelt Field (1,000)
SID's Phone/Fax ............ (203) 396-8125/371-7889                          Conference .......................................................... NEC
Web Page ................................. www.sacredheart.edu                2000 Record .................................................... 10-6-1
                                                                              2000 Conference Record/Finish ............... 7-2-1/2nd
                         VILLANOVA                                            Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 15/11
           Oct. 16 w 2:00 p.m. w Villanova, Pa.                               Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 6/5
Location .............................................. Villanova, Pa.
                                                                              Head Coach/Alma Mater Sammy Carrington (SFNY, '83)
Nickname ..................................................... Wildcats       Record at School/Years ............. 122-96-15/12 Years
Colors ............................................... Blue and White         Assistants ...... Bertram Charlton, Gregory Lawrence
Home Field ......... Villanova Soccer Stadium (1,000)
                                                                              Men’s Soccer Contact ............................ Jim Hoffman
Conference .................................................... Big East      Hoffman’s Phone/Fax ..... (718) 489-5489/797-2140
2000 Record ...................................................... 6-9-2      Hoffman’s Email ......................... jwhoffman@usa.net
2000 Conference Record ................................... 2-7-2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 21/4                                             LONG ISLAND
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2                          Oct. 28 w 2:00 p.m. w Brooklyn, N.Y.
Head Coach/Alma Mater .... Larry Sullivan (Temple, '73)                       Location ............................................ Brooklyn, N.Y.
Record at School/Years ............... 64-97-16/11 Years                      Nickname .................................................. Blackbirds
Assistants .......... Brendan Sullivan, Bryan Sullivan                        Colors ......................... Black, Silver, and Royal Blue
Men’s Soccer Contact ........................ Mike Sheridan                   Home Field ........................ LIU Athletic Field (500)
Sheridan’s Phone/Fax ... (610) 519-4120/519-7323                              Conference .......................................................... NEC
Sheridan’s Email .. michael.sheridan@villanova.edu                            2000 Record .................................................... 3-14-1
                                                                              2000 Conference Record/Finish ................... 3-7/8th
                        QUINNIPIAC                                            Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 9/12
     Oct. 19 w 2:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.                             Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4
Location ............................................ Hamden, Conn.           Head Coach/Alma Mater ........................ TJ Kostecky
Nickname ......................................................... Braves      .............................................. (East Stroudsburg, '83)
Colors ...................................... Navy Blue and Maize             Record at School/Years ..................... 9-23-3/2 Years
Home Field ............................... Braves Field (2,000)               Assistants ................. Chris Lawrence, Pawel Gunla
Conference .......................................................... NEC     Men’s Soccer Contact ................................. Greg Fox
2000 Record ...................................................... 7-8-2      Fox’s Phone/Fax ............ (718) 488-1420/488-3302
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................ 6-3-1/4th                      Fox’s Email ......................................... gfox@liu.edu
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 15/8
Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 6/6
Head Coach/Alma Mater ........................... Vic Santos
Record at School/Years ................... 65-87-8/9 Years
Assistants ................ Vic Santos, Jr., Rob Pellegrino
Men’s Soccer Contact ............................. Al Carbone
Contact’s Phone/Fax ..... (203) 582-8625/582-8716
Contact’s Email ............... carbone@quinnipiac.edu

    CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE
    Oct. 21 w 12:00 p.m. w West Long Branch, N.J.
Location ..................................... New Britain, Conn.
Nickname ................................................ Blue Devils
Colors ............................................. Blue and White
Home Field ........................ CCSU Soccer Field (500)
Conference .......................................................... NEC
2000 Record .................................................... 1-16-1
2000 Conference Record/Finish ................. 1-9/11th
Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 18/5


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                                 ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

                 ALL-TIME OPPONENTS (1983-2000)
SCHOOL                      W    L    T     Pct.   Southampton                            1   0  0                    1.000
American                     2   0    0   1.000    Southern Connecticut                   0   1  0                     .000
Bloomsburg                   2   0    0   1.000    St. Francis (NY)                       6 12 0                       .333
Brooklyn                     0   2    0   .000     St. Francis (PA)                      11 0    2                     .923
Bucknell                     3   4    0   .429     St. John's                             0   1  0                     .000
Campbell                     0   0    1   .500     St. Joseph's                           4   6  0                     .400
Central Connecticut St.      6   6    0   .500     St. Peter's                            9   0  0                    1.000
Connecticut                  0   1    0   .000     Seton Hall                             2   3  0                     .400
Delaware                     1   0    0   1.000    South Alabama                          0   1  0                     .000
Drew                         0   1    1   .250     Stevens Tech                           5   0  0                    1.000
Drexel                       0   3    0   .000     Syracuse                               0   1  0                     .000
Duke                         0   1    0   .000     Towson                                 0   1  1                     .250
East Carolina                0   1    0   .000     UMBC                                   0   4  0                     .000
East Stroudsburg             0    2   0    .000    Virginia Tech                          1   2  0                     .333
Eastern Connecticut          1   0    0   1.000    VMI                                    1   0  0                    1.000
Fairfield                    1   0    1   .750     Villanova                              0   1  0                     .000
Fairleigh Dickinson          4   17   0   .191     West Chester                           1   0  0                    1.000
Franklin Pierce              1   0    0   1.000    William & Mary                         0   1  0                     .000
George Mason                 0   1    0   .000     William Patterson                      0   1  0                     .000
George Washington            0   0    1   .500     UNC Wilmington                         1   0  0                    1.000
Georgetown                   1   1    0   .500     Wofford                                1   0  0                    1.000
UNC-Greensboro               0    1   0    .000    Yale                                   0   1  0                     .000
Hartford                     1   1    0   .500     TOTALS                                143 179 18                    .447
Hartwick                     0   1    0   .000
Hofstra                      0   2    0   .000     +2001 opponents in bold.
Howard                       0   1    0   .000
Iona                         7    2   0    .778
James Madison                0   2    0   .000
Jersey City State
Kean
                             1
                             3
                                 0
                                 3
                                      0
                                      0
                                          1.000
                                          .500
                                                              YEAR-BY-YEAR
Lehigh                       3   3    1   .500
                                                                                                      W            L           T
Lafayette                    1   3    1   .300
La Salle                     3   8    0   .273      1982   ........................................... 5 ......... 7 .......   3
Long Island                  9   9    1   .500      1983   ........................................... 7 ......... 9 .......   0
Loyola                       1   3    1   .300      1984   ........................................... 6 ........ 12 ......    1
Manhattan                    1    1   0    .500
                                                    1985   .......................................... 13 ........ 9 .......    0
Marist                       9    5   0    .643
Maryland                     0   2    0   .000      1986   ........................................... 7 ........ 13 ......    1
Maryland-Eastern Shore       1   0    0   1.000     1987   ........................................... 7 ........ 13 ......    0
Mercy                        1   1    0   .500      1988   .......................................... 12 ........ 5 .......    2
Montclair State              2   0    0   1.000
Mount St. Mary's             6   5    2   .462      1989   ........................................... 7 ........ 11 ......    1
Navy                         0   2    0   .000      1990   .......................................... 11 ........ 7 .......    1
NJ Inst. of Technology       2   1    0   .667      1991   ........................................... 9 ........ 10 ......    2
Niagara                      2   0    0   1.000     1992   ........................................... 6 ........ 12 ......    0
Notre Dame                   0   1    0   .000
Oneonta State                1   0    0   1.000     1993   .......................................... 11 ........ 9 .......    0
Philadelphia (Phila.Textile) 3   12   0   .200      1994   ........................................... 4 ........ 13 ......    0
Princeton                    0   2    0   .000      1995   ........................................... 8 ........ 11 ......    0
Quinnipiac                   2    1   0    .666     1996   ........................................... 7 ......... 9 .......   1
Richmond                     0   3    1   .125
Rider                        7   6    2   .538      1997   .......................................... 10 ........ 7 .......    1
Robert Morris                9   9    1   .500      1998   ........................................... 7 ........ 12 ......    1
Rutgers                      0   7    0   .000      1999   ........................................... 6 ......... 8 .......   4
Rutgers-Newark               1   1    0   .500
                                                    2000   ........................................... 5 ........ 10 ......    3
Sacred Heart                 1   0    1   .750
                                                    *Records before 1982 are incomplete


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                                        ALL-TIME RECORDS

                  TEAM RECORDS
GAME:
Goals ..................................... 9, vs. Seton Hall, 1984
Assists ............................. 8, vs. Stevens Tech, 1988
Goals Allowed ............................ 12, vs. FDU, 1983
Saves ................................... 17, vs. Richmond, 1991
SEASON:
Goals ............................................................. 56, 1988
Fewest Goals Allowed .............................. 26, 1997
Points .......................................................... 163, 1988
Saves ........................................................... 175, 1991
Shutouts .................................... 5, 1985, 90, 91, 97                 Joni Kallioinen was a two-time
                                                                                      NEC Player of the Year
W i n s ............................................................. 13, 1985
Fewest Losses ................................................ 5, 1988
Winning Percentage ............ .684 (12-5-2), 1988
Consecutive Wins ....................................... 5, 1993
Consecutive Losses ............................ 10, 1993-94


          INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
GAME:
Goals .... 4, Joni Kallioinen vs. Robert Morris, 1991
........................................ 3, on 10 separate occasions
Assists ....................................... 4, Markku Salminen
......................................... vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 1989
................................................ vs. Stevens Tech, 1988
Points ... 8, Joni Kallioinen vs. Robert Morris, 1991
................ Markku Salminen vs. Stevens Tech, 1988                          Jim Adams holds the Monmouth
Saves ................ 17, Jim Adams vs. Richmond, 1991                            record for saves in a season

SEASON:
Goals .................................... 16, Mark Wilson, 1988
Assists .......................... 17, Markku Salminen, 1989
Points ............................ 38, Mark Wilson, 1985, 88
Saves ...................................... 172, Jim Adams, 1991
Shutouts ......................... 5, Mark Zabilowicz, 1985
Goals against avg. ............. 1.41, Jim Adams, 1990
Save percentage ................ .815, Jim Adams, 1990
Minutes (GK) .......... 1950, Mark Zabilowicz, 1985
CAREER:
G a m e s ............................... 77, John Russo, 1986-89
Goals .............................. 40, Mark Wilson, 1985-88
Assists .................... 37, Markku Salminen, 1987-89
Points ........................... 101, Mark Wilson, 1985-88
Saves .......................... 322, Dennis Specht, 1987-89
                                                                                    Alex Almeida posted three
Goals against avg. . 1.68, Dennis Specht, 1987-89                                        career hat-tricks
Save percentage .784, Mark Zabilowicz, 1985-86

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                                       AWARD WINNERS

    HAWKS ALL-TIME ROSTER (1983-2000)                                                                AWARD
             -A-               Norman Garcia (1994)            Bob Paulus (1997-98)                 WINNERS
Rusty Aaronson (1983-86)       Craig Gatto (1990-94)           Kurt Peins (1986)
Jim Adams (1990-91)            Dave Geibel (1992)              Dave Pelland (1984-87)                  All-Region
Lonny Agulnick (1992-94)       Nicola Gerbino (2000-pres.)     Jarmo Pelli (1990)
Damon Albano (1999-2000)       Steve Goldfrad (1983)           Elijah Pereira (1998-pres.)        Markku Salminen (1988-89)
Alex Almeida (1989-91)         Justin Gotis (2000-pres.)       Sean Phillips (1990)               Joni Kallioinen (1989-91)
Sam Amin (1987)                Christopher Graig (1997)        Ed Portelli (1996-99)
Stefan Aps (1995-'98)          Scott Granville (1997-'99)      Shannon Poser (1987-91)                Jim Adams (1990)
Rich Atkinson (1990-92)        Jozef Greczek (1992-95)         Tom Poznanski (2000-pres.)         Guy Lockwood (1992-93)
             -B-                            -H-                Mike Provini (1984-87)
John Babula (1996-'99)         Paul Hamadyk (1983-86)                        -R-                       Ali Rose (1993)
Kevin Bagnell (1996-'98)       Paul Hallock (1983-86)          Joe Raslowsky (1989)
                                                                                                      P.J. Farrell (1995)
Ralph Baranski (1992-93)       Tom Hasko (1983)                Tom Rich (1991-92)
Mohammed Bah (1997-98)         Andrew Hegt (1995-98)           John Riehl (1987)                    Kyle LeBaron (1997)
Pete Barone (1983)             Matti Helenius (1995)           Glen Rinkowski (1990-91)
William Barone (1983)          Kyle Herchert (1999-pres.)      David Ritter (1988)
Walt Bennett (1984)            Brian Hercules (1990)           Mika Romanoff (1989-91)                   All-NEC
Colin Beattie (1994)           Joe Huchko (1988-91)            Ali Rose (1993)
Brian Berg (1988-91)           Mike Hull (2000-pres.)          Keith Rudnick (1994)                      First Team
Brad Bleefeld (1983)                          -I-              Art Rudolph (1989)                    Mark Wilson (1988)
Maciej Bodyziak (1996-'99)     Ed Icaza (1988)                 John Russo (1985-88)
P.J. Bogensberger (1983)       Claudio Ippolito (1985)         Todd Rutledge (1986)                Joni Kalioinen (1989-91)
Micklos Bognar (1991)          David Irvine (1995-98)                        -S-                   Markku Salminen (1989)
John Broten (1995-)            Art Iwaniura (1990-93)          Nick Sacco (1984-87)
Renard Brown (9993-96)                       -J-               Markku Salminen (1987-89)           Alex Almeida (1990-91)
George Bruder (1984)           Dave Janezic (1992-96)          Rocco Santini (1998)                   Jim Adams (1990)
Justin Burroughs (1992-95)     Raj Joshi (1989)                John Scarpino (1987)
William Bustamante (1991-92)                -K-                Craig Schnebel (1984)              William Bustamante (1991)
                -C -           Joni Kallioinen (1989-91)       Evan Schottlander (1996-2000)           Ali Rose (1993)
Dennis Campbell (1994-95)      Michael Kane (1998-99)          Craig Seaner (1993-94)
Mohammed Carew (1994-          Paul Kelly (1988-90)            Rob Seaner (1993-95)                 Guy Lockwood (1993)
95)                            Scott Kelly (1984)              Joe Sellitto (2000-pres.)            P.J. Farrell (1993-94)
Xavier Cauboue (1993)          Matt Kiss (1993-96)             Joe Snable (1991)
George Cahill (1986)           Mikko Koivu (1992-93)           John Siciliano (1992-95)             Kyle LeBaron (1997)
Albert Calise (1996)           Timo Kytomaki (1990-91)         Ed Soden (1983)                      Scott Granville (1997)
Rob Cavanaugh (1997-2000)                    -L-               Sean Spaar (1991)
ChristianChacon(2000-pres.)    Joe Laffey (1990)               Christian Spadola (1983-84)              Second Team
Bob Ciesla (1987-90)           Kyle LeBaron (1995-98)          Dennis Specht (1986-89)              Dave Spishak (1987)
Mike Clute (1993-94)           Marc Lewis (1999-pres.)         Dave Spishak (1987-88)
Kevin Coster (1998)            Craig Lindquist (1999-pres.)    John Stirberg (1983)                   John Russo (1987)
Mike Cox (1985-86)             Guy Lockwood (1990-93)          Jukka Suikki (1995)                 Markku Salminen (1988)
Sean Crawford (1994)           Frank Loconte (1999-pres.)                    -T-
                -D -           Rob Longo (1996-'98)            Tunc Tatlici (1994)                Guy Lockwood (1990-92)
Bob D'Amato (1994)             Mike Lonigro (1987-88)          Pete Tadrick (1984-85)                 Jason Fahs (1991)
Mark DeBernadine (1986-89)     Federico Lucas (1998-2000)      Todd Teufel (1983-86)
Joe Deifenbach (1993-94)       Matt Lynch (1988-90)            Jim Tilton (1985)                  William Bustamante (1992)
Rob DelPlato (1983-84)                      -M-                Tony Tonzini (1983-84)
                                                                                                    Kyle LeBaron (1998)
Phil DeSousa (1986)            Doug Mahler (1986)              Monty Touzalin (1988-89)
Mike DiMaiolo (2000-pres.)     Brian Mallon (1985)             Ralph Troisi (1991-92)               Damon Albano (1999)
                -E -           Chris Mandell (1996)            Len Turi (1983-86)
Chris Eisdorfer (1983)         Kevin McCullough (1992)         Bob Turner (1992)                    Scott Granville (1999)
Mark Elliott (1994)            Tom McDonnell (1985-88)                       -V-                   Craig Lindquist (1999)
Jani Engberg (1996-99)         Martin Michalski (1996-97)      Julio Vacacela (1987-89)
Mike Erskine (1999-pres.)      Mike Monica (1986)              Anthony Viscariello (1998-pres.)
                -F-            Greg Moore (1983)                           -W-                       NEC Player of
Jason Fahs (1990-92)           Sean Moynihan (1990-92)         Matt Webb (1984)
Brian Fallon (1984)            Brian Murphy (1992-93)          Ryan Weid (1999-2000)                   the Year
P.J. Farrell (1992-95)         John Mustica (1992-95)          Jason Wilkins (1998)               Joni Kallioinen (1990-91)
Tim Fauth (1996-2000)                       -N-                Andre Williams (1996-97)
John Feeney (1983)             Mark Nymenski (1985-89)         Matt Williams (1995-97)
Rich Feinberg (1984)                        -O-                David Wilson (1994-95)               NEC Newcomer
Larry Ferriola (1990-92)       Paul O'Brien (1990-91)          Mark Wilson (1985-88)
Eric Finley (1994-95)          Paul O'Donnell (1983)                       -Y-                        of the Year
Kevin Flanagan (1983)          Bob Ohlott (1983-86)            Ozzie Young (1996-2000)                 Ali Rose (1993)
Rob Fogler (1984-88)           Juuso Oilinki (1997-2000)                   -Z-
Anthony Francica (1996-'99)    Omar Ortiz (1989)               Mark Zabilowicz (1985-86)
Dave Frye (1990-93)            Tamburas Ortiz (1995)           Christian Zentner (1996-99)           NEC Coach of
Michael Frye (1995-98)         Nana Otieku (1992-95)           Frank Zizzamia (1988-89)
                -G-                          -P-                                                       the Year
Bob Gallo (1990-91)            Mike Parshelunis (1998-pres.)                                         Joe Donahue (1988)


                                                          HAWKS SOCCER 2001 27
                                         NEC
Now firmly established as one of the rising    As only the second full-time commissioner
mid-major conferences in NCAA Division         in NEC history, the hiring of John Iamarino
I, the Northeast Conference proudly cel-       on April 7, 1997 signaled the dawn of a new
ebrated its 20th anniversary during the        era in the conference. In just three years,
2000-01 season. Steeped in tradition and       Iamarino has orchestrated the transition
sporting a legacy of success, the NEC and      from nine league schools to 12; and sports
its member institutions remain committed       sponsorship from 17 to 21. He unveiled a
to both athletic and academic excellence,      new NEC logo to wide acclaim in June, 1997,
and enter the 21st century as leaders and      spearheaded the move of the 2000 NEC
innovators in intercollegiate athletics.       men’s and women’s basketball tournament
                                               to the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton,
Over the course of the last 20 years, the      New Jersey, initiated a new football finan-
NEC’s evolution from a men’s basketball        cial aid initiative for the 2000 season and
only league to a burgeoning 12-member, 21-     has aggressively stepped up the league’s mar-
sport conference in the year 2000 is an        keting and merchandising efforts.
unparalleled success story. Founded in 1981
as the ECAC-Metro Conference, the league       By embracing the future, Iamarino has suc-
began sponsoring additional sports in 1985     ceeded in widening the NEC’s exposure on a
and changed its name to the Northeast Con-     national basis through the launch of a com-
ference in 1988. As membership and sport       prehensive league website, in addition to
sponsorship continued to grow over the next    implementing television and internet radio
decade, the NEC expanded its base to five      packages for men’s and women’s basketball.
states and now has access to NCAA auto-        In 1999-2000, the NEC was featured as part
matic bids in eight sports.                    of a 12 game basketball television package
                                               on MSG Network for the third consecutive
Though the NEC has featured various in-        season. MSG and its affiliates broadcast nine
carnations since its inception, charter mem-   regular season games, two men’s tournament
bers Fairleigh Dickinson, Long Island, Rob-    quarterfinal contests and the women’s cham-
ert Morris, St. Francis (NY), St. Francis      pionship game. ESPN televised the men’s
(PA) and Wagner remain part of the cur-        championship game for the 14th straight
rent 12-school alignment. They are joined      year. In 1999-2000, Iamarino also initi-
by Monmouth (1985), Mount St. Mary’s           ated a live basketball Internet Game of the
(1989), Central Connecticut State (1997),      Week on Yahoo! Broadcast to link NEC
UMBC (1998), Quinnipiac (1998) and Sa-         fans nationwide. The games were well re-
cred Heart (1999). NEC expansion, which        ceived, and the NEC added an internet foot-
culminated in 1999 with the addition of Sa-    ball package in 2000.
cred Heart, has given the league a strong
base in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey,
New York and Pennsylvania.
                                                    NEC TOURNAMENT
With the addition of four sports over the
                                                      CHAMPIONS
last two years, the 12 NEC members now          1989: ................................................ FDU
compete in 21 championship sports: base-        1990: ................................... Monmouth
ball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s       1991: ........................... St. Francis (N.Y.)
and women’s cross country, women’s field        1992: ................................................ Rider
hockey, football, men’s and women’s golf,       1993: ................................ Robert Morris
men’s and women’s indoor track and field,       1994: ................................ Robert Morris
women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s out-        1995: ........................... St. Francis (N.Y.)
                                                1996: ........................... St. Francis (N.Y.)
door track and field, men’s and women’s
                                                1997: .................................... Long Island
soccer, softball, women’s swimming, men’s       1998: ........................... St. Francis (N.Y.)
and women’s tennis, and women’s volley-         1999: ............................................. UMBC
ball.                                           2000: ....................... Fairleigh Dickinson


28 HAWKS SOCCER 2001
                                                                    NEC
      2000 NEC STANDINGS                                                      2000 NEC LEADERS
                                          NEC              Overall    Scoring Leaders                      GM        G     A    PTS
1.  FDU                                   9-0-1            19-1-2     1. Giuliano Celenza (UMBC)           20        19    8     46
2.  St. Fancis (N.Y.)                     8-1-1            11-7-2     2. Dirceu Hurtado (FDU)              21        17    9     43
3.  UMBC                                  7-1-2            10-5-4     3. Everson Maciel (QUINN)            17        14    8     36
4.  Quinnipiac                            4-3-3            6-8-4      4. Agard Radoncic (SFNY)             17         8    6     22
5.  Mt. St. Mary's                        4-5-1            5-13-2     5. P.J. Wakefield                    20         6    8     20
6.  Robert Morris                          4-6              7-12
    St. Francis (Pa.)                     3-5-2            6-9-2      Goals Per Game Leaders           GM        G        GPG AVG
8. Long Island                            3-5-2            6-12-2     1. Giuliano Calenza (UMBC)       20        19         0.95
9. Monmouth                               2-6-2            4-10-2     2. Everson Maciel (QUINN)        17        14         0.82
10. Sacred Heart                          2-7-2            4-14-1     3. Dirceu Hurtado (FDU)          21        17         0.81
11. Central Conn. St.                     1-8-1            3-14-1     4. Matt Moneymaker (MSM)         15         9         0.60
                                                                      5. Agard Radoncic (SFNY)         17         8         0.47
   2000 NEC TOURNAMENT
                                                                      Assists Per Game Leaders             GM        A APG AVG
#2 St. Francis (N.Y.)                                                 1. Everson Maciel (QUINN)            19        13  0.68
                            UMBC, 2-0                                 2. Dirceu Hurtado (FDU)              21        9   0.43
                                                                      3. Danny Lozano (FDU)                19        8   0.42
#3 UMBC
                                                                      4. Giuliano Celenza (UMBC)           20        8   0.40
                                                  FDU, 2-1               P.J. Wakefield (UMBC)             20        8   0.40
#4 Quinnipiac                                       *FDU earns
                                                   NCAA Play-In       Goalkeeping Leaders        GM   MIN       GA   SV    % GAA
                             FDU, 3-2 (ot)            berth
                                                                      1. Brian Rowland (UMBC)    19   1696      18   64   .780 0.96
#1 FDU                                                                2. Marcus Maurice (SFNY)   14   1276      16   51   .761 1.13
                                                                      3. Rob Ray (MSM)           16   1543      20   81   .802 1.17
                                                                      4. Vytas Lenkutis (FDU)    11   1027      14   48   .774 1.23
                                                                      5. Joe Alianello (SFPA)    15   1457      21   90   .811 1.30
   ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
Player of the Year: Giuliano Celenza (UMBC)                           Team Scoring               GM        G     Per Game Avg
Rookie of the Year: Niall Lepper (Mt. St. Mary's)                     1. UMBC                    20        50         2.50
Coach of the Year: Pete Caringi (UMBC)                                2. Quinnipiac              17        33         1.94
                                                                      3. FDU                     22        37         1.68
Pos.         Player                              School               4. St. Francis (N.Y.)      17        27         1.59
 F ......... Giuliano Celenza ............... UMBC                    5. Monmouth                18        28         1.56
 F ......... Dirceu Hurtado .................. FDU
                                                                      6. Robert Morris           19        26         1.37
 F ......... Everson Maciel .................. Quinnipiac
 M ........ Matt Gormley .................... UMBC                    7. Mount St. Mary's        17        23         1.35
 M ........ Ignacio Pena ...................... Long Island           8. St. Francis (Pa.)       17        20         1.18
 M ........ Agard Radoncic ................. St. Francis (N.Y.)       9. Sacred Heart            17        19         1.12
 M ........ P.J. Wakefield ..................... UMBC                 10. Long Island            18        15         0.83
 D ........ Mersim Beskovic ............... St. Francis (N.Y.)        11.Central Conn. St.       18        10         0.56
 D ........ Juan Diego Chavarini ........ Long Island
 D ........ Andy Wells ........................ UMBC
GK ....... Marcus Maurice ................ St. Francis (N.Y.)         Team Goalkeeping        GM      GA        AVG       SV      %
                                                                      1. UMBC                 20      21        1.01       69   .767
                                                                      2. St. Francis (N.Y.)   17      18        1.04       60   .769
Second Team                                                           3. Mt. St. Mary's       17      27        1.48       87   .763
 F ......... Jason DeFranco ................. Robert Morris
                                                                      4. FDU                  22      34        1.57       94   .734
 F ......... Danny Lozano ................... FDU
 F ......... Matt Moneymaker ............. Mount St. Mary's           5. Robert Morris        19      33        1.67       99   .750
 M ........ Johnny David ..................... FDU                    6. St. Francis (Pa.)    17      32        1.74      102   .761
 M ........ Chris Hallatt ....................... Mt. St. Mary's      7. Central Conn. St.    18      32        1.79       89   .735
 M ........ Prince Ogodo ..................... St. Francis (N.Y.)     8 Quinnipiac            17      39        2.16      91    .700
 M ........ Brian Romero ..................... FDU                    9. Long Island          18      41        2.20       87   .680
 D ........ Bill Nelson .......................... UMBC
                                                                      10. Sacred Heart        17      46        2.51      N/A   N/A
 D ........ Matt Rosenfeld ................... St. Francis (Pa.)
 D ........ Agron Sokolki .................... St. Francis (N.Y.)     11. Monmouth             18     50        2.63      105   .677
GK ....... Rob Ray .............................. Mt. St. Mary's



                                                                    HAWKS SOCCER 2001 29
                                              MONMOUTH COUNTY

               Monmouth County
                        “The Best Place To Live In The Northeast”
     How could Dutch explorer Hendrick Hudson know that his             centers and attractions which the County alone provides. Add to
“discovery” could result in one of the wealthiest, most beautiful       that the private sector offerings in recreation and entertaiment,
and diverse counties in what would become New Jersey. On                and one can be kept busy for a long time to come.
September 2, 1609 after gazing upon the land that is today called           Civic-minded individuals have ample opportunity to spend
Monmouth County, Hudson wrote in his log “...this is a very good        their time in rewarding activities. Volunteer fire departments
land to fall in love with and a pleasant land to see.” From beau-       and rescue squads offer unique and valuable learning experi-
tiful beaches to farmland to outstanding shopping to dining for         ences. Local drama groups look for thespians of all ages to put
the discriminating palate, Monmouth County’s got it all. Located        their various talents to work.
in the eastern portion of central New Jersey, Monmouth’s 665-               Outdoor art exhibits and craft shows draw artists and arti-
square miles offers so much variety to the discerning resident,         sans to present and sell their creations. Ethnic folk festivals at the
visitor and business. Monmouth’s residential neighborhoods and          Garden State Arts Center help to preserve the music and dance
business climate continue to rank high in Money Magazine’s              of many nationalities. The musically inclined can join local and
annual poll. Also notable is the County’s strategic placement near      regional bands and orchestras to perform at civic centers and
New York City and Philadelphia. Boasting an economic engine             outdoor concerts. The equestrians among us can even relive the
which is part of New Jersey’s “Wealth Belt,” it’s no wonder             exhilaration of “The Hunt” in Middletown.
people move to beautiful Monmouth County.                                   Shopping, too, can be an experience in Monmouth County.
                                                                        Stopping at a roadside farmer’s stand can provide you with fresh-
    LANDSCAPE                                                           picked vegetables and delicious fruits or fragrant flowers. Farm-
    The sixth largest county in New Jersey, Monmouth includes           ers’ markets sell local garden delicacies. For the thrifty budget
white sandy beaches, rich farmlands, rolling wooded hills, wet-         conscious, there are numerous factory outlets and entire shop-
lands rich in wildlife, and lakes and streams of every size. This       ping centers devoted to discount stores. The Englishtown Auc-
extraordinary patchwork of natural environments has been suc-           tion is one of the nation’s largest outdoor flea markets. Should
cessfully integrated with economic growth and development               you prefer to shop in air-conditioned comfort, you can visit one
under the direction of the Board of Chosen Freeholders. The             of our many spacious malls. If you’ll only settle for the best,
County government provides planning and guidance for both               downtown Red Bank, too, offers the ultimate in quality retail
current and future needs.                                               stores.
                                                                            It’s been said that the finest seafood restaurants in New Jer-
     LIFESTYLE                                                          sey can be found in Monmouth County. Here, too, the range
     Life in Monmouth County is limited only by one’s failure to live   varies from modest to opulent and everything in between. Not to
it to the fullest. Whether one’s choice of “home” is apartment in       overlook the landlubber’s fare, the County also offers fine beef,
the City of Long Branch, a condo high above the ocean in Atlantic       pork, chicken and vegetarian dining, from quaint country inns
Highlands, a townhouse outside of rural Freehold, or a multi-           to elegant hotels at the shore. Dining guides have consistently
acre estate in Colts Neck, there is something in Monmouth County        awarded many of Monmouth County’s restaurants four and five
for every taste and lifestyle. There is so much to do. It’s been said   chef’s hats for outstanding cuisine.
that it would take an entire summer to experience the activity
                                                                 CULTURAL LIFE
                                                                 Monmouth County may be in the midst of its
                                                            greatest period of growth and expansion, but it
                                                            has not lost sight of the finer things in life, namely,
                                                            its cultural heritage. The performing arts as well
                                                            as the visual arts are alive and flourishing through-
                                                            out the County. The most diverse activity takes place
                                                            at the PNC Arts Center, formerly the Garden State
                                                            Arts Center, in Holmdel. This contemporary, open-
                                                            sided structure was designed by Edward Durrell
                                                            Stone, and seats more than 5,000 inside with room
                                                            for 4,000 more on the surrounding lawns. The
                                                            center’s spring-to-fall schedule includes ethnic
                                                            festivals, popular and rock music performances,
                                                            classical music, stage plays, TV stars and come-
                                                            dians.
 The 27 miles of white, sandy beaches provide residents          Established primarily to coordinate area cul-
 with terrific swimming, surfing and fishing opportunities. tural activities, the Monmouth County Arts Council


 30 HAWKS SOCCER 2001
                                               MONMOUTH COUNTY
sponsors an exciting schedule of performing arts events. The se-              TRANSPORTATION
ries includes ballet, modern dance, jazz, plays and symphony con-             Whether you drive or use public transportation, you’ll find
certs all featuring world-renowned artists. Most events take place        getting around in Monmouth County a real pleasure. U.S. and
at the 1,500-seat Count Basie Theater in Red Bank.                        State highways traverse the county in all directions and make
     The N.J. State Council of the Arts, sponsor of the Battleground      travel to New York City, Philadelphia and Atlantic City a breeze.
Arts Center in Manalapan, also provides many cultural programs.           The highways are supplemented by great County road systems.
     The Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove is the hub for a plethora            Four private bus companies plus the New Jersey Transit offer
of major activities. The 6,500-seat facility features top-flight enter-   express bus service to midtown and downtown Manhattan, New-
tainers and concert artists on Saturday and noted classical artists       ark and Jersey City. A total of ten local bus routes, operated by the
during the week.                                                          Monmouth Bus Lines, serve local employers and recreational
                                                                          and shopping centers in the County.
     RECREATION
     Opportunities throughout Monmouth County are almost lim-                 HEALTH
itless. Picturesque County Parks, combined with State and Na-                 Monmouth County can easily boast medical care at its very
tional Parks, offer unmatched recreational, cultural and leisure          best. Among the six hospitals in the County, every conceivable
activities for all ages. The 27 miles of white, sandy beaches pro-        service is available to the residents.
vide residents with terrific swimming, surfing and fishing oppor-             When something happens to our families, we want the best
tunities. Numerous bays, lagoons and inlland waterways provide            in medical services to help them. Monmouth County provides
space for sail and powerboat enthusiasts.                                 the best a continuum of care options in treatment, prevention
     Two of the 75 top-rated public golf courses in the United States     and self-help programs. First-class hospitals are found and sup-
can be found at Hominy Hill and Howell Park. Other County-run             port services from radiology to blood work are strategically
golf courses include Pine Brook, Charleton Springs and Shark              located near the hospital systems. Free and low-cost lectures
River. From a modest start of 24 acres, Monmouth County’s Park            are also available from area practitioners and non-profits who
System has grown to more than 5,000 acres of park lands, golf             help counsel on nutrition, health maintenance, self-improve-
courses and conservation areas dedicated to recreational facili-          ment and alternative approaches. Knowledgeable staffs, acces-
ties for County residents.                                                sible care and a diverse choice of practitioners are all available.
     Perhaps the longest lasting and most famous of Monmouth
County’s claims to fame are its shore communities which have                  HISTORY
been drawing tourists for over a century. Ulysses S. Grant, Chester           During the Revolution, the sun came up one morning to find
A. Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were among               two British warships, one in flames and the other sinking fast.
the notables to vacation at the County’s shores. When the fish are        The “whaleboat raiders” of Raritan Bay had struck again. Un-
biting, thousands of “inlanders” rush to the many shore towns             der cover of darkness these brave residents of the bayshore area
which offer party boats for bountiful off-shore and deep-sea ocean        would silently row out to the British fleet, spy on their firepower
fishing.                                                                  and manpower and, when possible cripple or set a ship on fire.
     The oldest harness racing track in the country is located at         This is just one example of the many fascinating events which
Freehold. Thoroughbred racing can be enjoyed at the newly-re-             make up Monmouth County’s rich historical heritage.
furbished Monmouth Park in Oceanport, rated as one of the 10-                 Numerous museums and other historic buildings throught
best places in the U.S. to watch horse racing.                            the County house artifacts and accounts of the many facets of the
     Sports fans will be delighted with all that the area has to offer.   Revolutionary history and beyond. The story of Molly Pitcher, the
In addition to a full slate of athletic events hosted by Monmouth         Battle of Monmouth and Washington’s March on Trenton are
University, the area is also within striking distance of many profes-     just a few of the historical highlights of the area that can be
sional athletics venues.                                                  studied and relived with a brief visit.
     It's just a 40 minute drive to the Meadowlands Sports Complex            Henry Hudson came to Monmouth’s Sandy Hook Bay in
which is home to Jersey’s own New Jersey Devils hockey team               September of 1609. Dutch settlers came from New Amsterdam
and New Jersey Nets basketball team in addition to the MetroStars         prior to 1660 and English settlers from Long Island bought the
in Major League Soccer, the National Football League’s New York           Highlands from the Native American inhabitants in 1664. En-
Jets and New York Giants and Arena Football’s New Jersey Gladi-           glish Baptists arrived in Middletown, and English Quakers came
ators. If one goes a bit farther and heads over one of the bridges        to Shrewsbury thereafter.
or through one of the tunnels leading into New York City than can
catch the New York Mets or New York Yankees in baseball action,                WEST LONG BRANCH
as well as the New York Islanders and New York Rangers in                      Officially formed in 1908, West Long Branch’s roots date
hockey and the New York Knicks and New York Liberty.                      back well into the 1800s. Following a humble beginning as a
     Philadelphia which is just an hour away also offers a full com-      small farming community, the borough soon attracted a more
pliment of professional sports teams including the Flyers (hockey),       affluent crowd. Found here were sprawling estates like Shadow
Eagles (football), Phillies (baseball) and 76ers (basketball).            Lawn and one belonging to the Guggenheim family. Even Presi-
     The state of New Jersey also fields minor league teams in            dent Wilson was fond of the area, with West Long Branch being
baseball, basketball and hockey.                                          one of his favorite places to vacation. Today the bourough con-
                                                                          tinues to be a beloved resort, neighboring the Jersey Shore.


                                                                   HAWKS SOCCER 2001 31
                              MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY
 “I     want a school that’s big enough to
give me a lot of choices, but also offers per-
sonalized instruction, where you’re not in a
class with 300 others.” If this sounds famil-
iar, we invite you to discover what more
than 3,400 full-time undergraduate students
here already know - Monmouth University
offers the opportunities of a large university
and the personalized attention found at small
private colleges.

                 OVERVIEW
  Located less than a mile from the ocean on
the scenic Jersey Shore, Monmouth Univer-
sity is a private, comprehensive institution
of higher learning committed to service in
the public interest and to the enhancement
of the quality of life. The University aims to
provide a learning process and environment
which enables men and women to pursue their              HISTORICWILSON HALL
educational goals, realize their full potential,
contribute actively to their community and         Woodrow Wilson Hall (the centerpiece build-
determine the direction of their lives.            ing) and the Murry and Leonie Guggenheim
  Approximately 5,300 students, including          Library, which were added to the National
1,100 graduate students, are currently en-         Register of Historic Places in 1978, con-
rolled. They represent 19 states and 30 na-        necting Monmouth University with New
tions. Nearly 1,600 students live on campus        Jersey’s historic past.
in 11 residence halls and two garden apart-
ment complexes. Monmouth's growth is wit-                EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
nessed by the addition of three residence halls      Monmouth University offers 43 under-
since 1996.                                        graduate and graduate degree programs and
                                                   concentrations in six distinct schools - the
                  HISTORY                          School of Business Administration, the
  Founded in 1933 as Monmouth Junior Col-          Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities
lege, the University acquired its core cam-        and Social Sciences, the Edward G. Schlaefer
pus, the former Shadow Lawn estate, in 1956,       School, the School of Education, the School
and in the following year initiated its bacca-     of Nursing and the School of Graduate Stud-
laureate curricula. The University's 149-acre      ies.
campus, considered to be one of the most
beautiful in New Jersey, includes 49 buildings                 CAMPUS SERVICES
which blend old and contemporary architec-           To ensure undergraduate success for stu-
tural styles. Among these buildings are            dents of all skill levels, Monmouth offers
                                                   integrated advising services through the Life
                                                   and Career Advising Center (LCAC). The
        -DID YOU KNOW-                             Center provides a single, convenient loca-
                                                   tion for comprehensive counseling in aca-
 Monmouth & Ocean Counties were selected           demic, career and personal matters.
 by Money Magazine as the third most de-           Monmouth places a high value on student
 sirable place to live in the United States.       retention, and in 1990 its programs received
                                                   nationwide recognition at the National Conf-

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