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2011 Media Guide - Community

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Western Washington University ..................................................................................................................................................................................1

2011 Schedule ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................2

WWU Athletics ............................................................................................................................................................................................................3

WWU Facilities ............................................................................................................................................................................................................3

Quick Facts ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................3

2011 Preview ................................................................................................................................................................................................................4

Coaching Staff ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................5-7

Coaches Records ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................8

2011 Roster (Alphabetical & Numerical) ................................................................................................................................................................9-10

Player Sketches ......................................................................................................................................................................................................11-32

All-Stars .................................................................................................................................................................................................................33-34

Team & Individual Records ...................................................................................................................................................................................35-36

Career Leaders ............................................................................................................................................................................................................37

Season Leaders ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................38

Match by Match Results........................................................................................................................................................................................39-41

DII, West Region and GNAC Champions ..................................................................................................................................................................42

Series Records .............................................................................................................................................................................................................43

2010 Statistics & Results ............................................................................................................................................................................................44

Individual Career Statistics ...................................................................................................................................................................................45-46

WWU Athletics Hall of Fame .....................................................................................................................................................................................47

WWU Athletics Administration/Coaches..................................................................................................................................................................48

WWU Athletics Staff Directory ..................................................................................................................................................................................49

Front Cover: Oscar Jimenez and Kellan Brown


WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

The University

Western Washington University is a public, comprehensive university with a national reputation for academic

excellence, dedicated to providing the highest quality undergraduate education in the Pacific Northwest. A

Western education offers students the opportunity to develop active learning skills to last a lifetime and serves

them well in today’s pluralistic, changing and highly technical world.

While large enough to offer students a range of top quality programs, Western remains small enough to

focus its resources on the needs of individual students as they build career skills on the sound foundation

of the arts, humanities, sciences and professional studies.

The campus

Western’s main campus on the western slope of Sehome Hill has been called a “jewel of a university.”

It offers a magic blend of art and nature with views of Bellingham Bay and the San Juan Islands

to the west and a panoramic vista of the city of Bellingham. Some campus locations also offer

scenic views of Mount Baker and Washington’s Cascade Range to the east and the Canadian

Cascades to the north. The campus is just minutes by bus from downtown Bellingham as

well as the city’s historic Fairhaven district, and its proximity to both locations also puts it

within easy walking distance. Western’s main campus and the adjacent Sehome Hill Nature

Reserve encompass 216 acres near the heart of Bellingham. Counting Lakewood Recreation

Center and Boathouse, the Shannon Point Marine Center in Anacortes, and the Viqueen

Lodge, Western properties occupy 300 acres.

Students

Nearly 15,000 students call Western home during each academic year, starting in late

September and continuing through June. A third of Western’s students reside in oncampus

residence halls. Western offers something for every student, with more than 100

cultural, academic, recreational, religious, social and political clubs and organizations

as well as multiple venues for the performing arts and extensive opportunities for

community service.

Academic programs and degrees

Western Washington University

University Logo Redesign

Branson Anderson

Western is organized into a graduate school and seven undergraduate colleges:

the College of Business and Economics, the College of Fine and Performing Arts,

Fairhaven College, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Huxley College

of the Environment, the College of Sciences and Technology, and Woodring College

of Education.

President

Bruce Shepard

Old Main

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2011 SCHEDULE

DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME

Sept. 3 (Sat.) CHICO STATE BELLINGHAM 1:30 p.m.

Sept. 7 (Wed.) at Dominican San Rafael, CA 4:30 p.m.

Sept. 10 (Sat.) NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR BELLINGHAM 7 p.m.

Sept. 18 (Sun.) at Simon Fraser Burnaby, B.C. 2 p.m.

Sept. 22 (Thu.) at Northwest Nazarene* Nampa, ID 5:30 p.m.

Sept. 24 (Sat.) Montana State Billings* Billings, MT 4 p.m.

Sept. 28 (Wed.) SEATTLE PACIFIC* BELLINGHAM 7 p.m.

Oct. 1 (Sat.) SAINT MARTIN’S* BELLINGHAM 6 p.m.

Oct. 6 (Thu.) at Grand Canyon Phoenix, AZ 7:30 p.m.

Oct. 8 (Sat.) at Cal Baptist Phoenix, AZ 1 p.m.

Oct. 11 (Tue.) at Dixie State St. George, UT 1 p.m.

Oct. 20 (Thu.) MONTANA STATE BILLINGS* BELLINGHAM 7 p.m.

Oct. 22 (Sat.) NORTHWEST NAZARENE* BELLINGHAM 7 p.m.

Oct. 27 (Thu.) at Saint Martin’s* Lacey, WA 1 p.m.

Oct. 29 (Sat.) at Seattle Pacific* Seattle, WA 7 p.m.

Oct. 31 (Mon.) TRINITY LUTHERAN* BELLINGHAM 2 p.m.

Nov. 3 (Thu.) SIMON FRASER* BELLINGHAM 7 p.m.

Nov. 10 NCAA II West Regional - Semifinal TBD

Nov. 12 NCAA II West Regional - Final TBD

Nov. 19 NCAA II National Tournament - Quarterfinal TBD

Dec. 1 NCAA Division II National Tournament - Final Four TBD

Dec. 3. NCAA Division II National Tournament - Final Four TBD

Home games (CAPS) at Whatcom Community College - Orca Field

*Great Northwest Athletic Conference contest

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GENERAL INFORMATION

WWU ATHLETICS

In 2011-12, approximately 300 students are participating in

15 varsity sports at Western, six for men and nine for women.

Western has been an official member of NCAA Division II since

September 1998.

In 2010-11, Western placed seventh among 310 NCAA Division II

schools in the Sports Director’s Cup national all-sports standings,

the second-highest finish in school history. The Vikings were

sixth in 2009-10 and 10th in 2008-09. Western has had eight

straight Top 50 finishes and been among the Top 100 in each of

its first 13 seasons as a NCAA II member.

Western has won seven straight Division II national titles in

women’s rowing from 2005 to 2011. The Vikings are the first

NCAA school in any division to achieve that distinction.

Besides being first nationally in rowing in 2010-11, the Vikings

were sixth in women’s outdoor track, ninth in men’s cross

country and 10th in women’s cross country. They also were

11th in women’s golf, 21st in men’s indoor track, 28th in men’s

outdoor track and 31st in women’s indoor track. Western reached

the West Regional semifinals in volleyball. The Vikings also got

to regionals in women’s basketball and softball, and placed sixth

at the super regional in men’s golf.

The 2010 NCAA graduation rate study showed that 69 percent of

Western student-athletes receive their degrees in six years or less

based on the Federal Graduation Rate formula, a rate the same as

that of the full student body. This is 13 percentage points higher

than the average for NCAA Division II schools nationally and 15

points higher than the average for the nine U.S. schools in the

Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

Using the NCAA Academic Success Rate, which includes all

freshman student-athletes from the fall of 2003 and also accounts

for student-athletes who transfer into or out of the institution,

Western posted an 85 percent success rate, compared to the NCAA

II national number of 73 percent. The average ASR of the nine U.S.

GNAC schools was 77 percent.

In 2010-11, Western won its third straight and seventh overall

Great Northwest Athletic Conference All-Sports championship,

taking league titles in volleyball, men’s golf and women’s golf, and

the regular-season crown in women’s basketball. The Vikings, who

won the Northwest Collegiate Rowing Conference championship,

placed second in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and

women’s outdoor track, men’s indoor track and softball.

And Western student-athletes also were involved in community

projects during the 2010-11 school year, raising nearly $9,000 for

The American Cancer Society Relay for Life, and $2,000 for the

PeaceHealth Cancer Center in Bellingham.

Western placed second nationally in volleyball in 2007, and

reached the national semifinals in men’s basketball in 2001 and

women’s basketball in 2000.

Western ranks among the top 15 in women’s basketball victories

among all four-year schools with that program making 11 NCAA

tournament appearances in 12 years. The Vikings had the fourthlongest

league volleyball winning streak in NCAA II of 57 from

2002-04. Western, which won the NAIA national softball title in

1998, had a 38-game victory string in women’s soccer from 1982

to 1984.

FACILITIES

Athletic facilities on Western’s campus include Sam Carver

Gymnasium, a softball complex, artificial-surfaced Viking Field,

and a six-lane all-weather rubberized track.

Carver Gym, completed in 1962, has five basketball courts,

including a main gym which seats 2,534 spectators. It also has

a swimming pool, handball courts, the Parberry Strength and

Fitness Center, and convertible facilities for volleyball, which

includes a SportCourt.

Men’s and women’s soccer matches are held at Orca Field

(FieldTurf) on the campus of Whatcom Community College.

Track meets take place at Bellingham’s Civic Stadium, built in

1961, with an addition in 1971 and a complete renovation in

2006. It has covered seating for 4,000 spectators and lights for

night use. The track is an eight-lane, 400-meter oval.

Softball contests take place at a facility completed in 1999 with

seating for 500.

Rowing events are held on Lake Samish. Cross country meets

takes place at Lake Padden Park, and golf competition at the

Bellingham Golf and Country Club.

WWU QUICK FACTS

Location ............................. Bellingham, WA 98225 (70,000 pop.)

Founded/Enrollment ..................................................1893/14,979

President ............................................................. Dr. Bruce Shepard

Senior Vice President, Vice President for

Enrollment and Student Services .................... Dr. Eileen Coughlin

Director of Athletics ..............................................Lynda Goodrich

Faculty Athletic Representative ......................... Dr. Brent Carbajal

National Affiliation ............................................. NCAA Division II

Conference ..............................................Great Northwest Athletic

Home Field/Seating Capacity.........Orca Field (Whatcom CC)/500

Colors ...............................Navy Blue, Slate Blue, Silver and White

Nickname ............................................................................. Vikings

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2011 PREVIEW

One of the axioms of soccer is that the difference between

success and failure often lies in control of the midfield.

Given that, there’s certainly reason for optimism around

the Western Washington University men’s soccer team this

season. The Vikings return five starters, including four of

their top five scorers, from a 10-6-2 team for coach Travis

Connell (13th year), and the greatest strength of those

returnees is a deep and talented midfield.

At the heart of that midfield are seniors Kellan Brown and

Oscar Jimenez. Both have started every game the last two

years and are coming off outstanding junior seasons.

Brown was an honorable mention Daktronics NCAA

Division II all-American last season, scoring seven goals and

having six assists, splitting his time between midfield and

forward. He also was a first-team all-West Region selection

and a unanimous first-team all-GNAC pick. For his career,

he has 20 goals and 13 assists, both ranking seventh in

school history.

Jimenez was also a first-team all-region and unanimous

all-GNAC pick last year, notching four goals and seven

assists. He has 15 goals and 17 assists in his career, the latter

number being third in Western history and just five short

of the school record.

Brown and Jimenez figure to anchor the central midfield,

but there’s also experienced talent in the wide spots. Senior

Tyler Bjork has 10 career goals, four of them game-winners,

and junior Jin Dangvan had a breakout sophomore season,

notching four goals and six assists.

“The midfield is the strength of our team,” said Connell.

“Oscar and Kellan are very important to what we do. They

bring a ton of experience, as does Tyler. You can see that

in what they did in the off-season. And Jin turned a corner

last season as well.”

There’s also depth in the midfield. Sophomore Steven

Hughes is the primary backup in the central midfield, and

redshirt freshman Caden Sowers (Ferndale) and freshman

Matt Sanchez, who Connell says may be the team’s best

crosser, figure into the wide spots.

At forward, senior Keith Ferris, who has played much of

his career in the midfield, is the most experienced Viking,

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VIKINGS TO RELY ON EXPERIENCED MIDFIELDERS

entering his fifth year in the program. Sophomore Andrew

Weishaar provides Western’s one true target player and is

also an excellent finisher, having six goals and three assists

last year. Sophomore Tye Hastings is also a candidate to start

up front.

The area where the most change is likely is on defense. The

most experience is at the outside spots. Junior Justin Moore

returns after starting 16 games at right back last season, and

senior Sean Connor has made 24 career starts, although none

last season, and can play either side. Freshman Pat Cole adds

additional depth.

At center back, junior Bryan Hall started a dozen games

last season. Sophomore Dean Byron also returns. Connell is

also high on two newcomers – freshman Aaron Becerril and

senior Jake Jorgensen. Jorgensen, who played three years at

Trinity Western, may miss the early part of the year with an

ankle injury.

Sophomore goalkeeper Leo Cohen grabbed the starting job

late last season, posting a 6-1 record in seven starts with four

shutouts and a 1.08 goals-against-average. He’ll be challenged

by freshman Keegan Rogers.

“The back is an area we need to improve,” said Connell.

“It’s a challenge – we have to find the right center back

pairing, the right goalkeeper. We need to figure out who

plays the most efficiently together, but we have the potential

to make it a strength.”

The Vikings were 5-4-1 in the GNAC last season. There

is no automatic berth into the NCAA Division II National

Tournament for the conference champion, but doing well

in the GNAC remains critical to gaining a spot as do earlyseason

games with other West Region schools. The Vikings

open with one of those contests Sept. 3, hosting Chico State,

a post-season participant a year ago.

“In the GNAC, Simon Fraser is still the dominant team,”

Connell said. “For us, we need to beat the teams that finished

below us. We lost some of those games last year and it hurt

us. If we can win those winnable games, I’m confident we

can compete in the big games.”


COACHING STAFF

TRAVIS CONNELL

Men’s Head Soccer Coach

In 13th year as men’s head coach at Western following three

seasons as assistant … Has record of 112-104-14… Winningest

coach in 31-year history of program … Great Northwest

Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2008, directing

Vikings to league title and 11-5-3 record … Also was GNAC

Coach of the Year in 2007, Western posting 13-6-1 mark,

and 2002, Vikings finishing 15-4-1 and winning league

championship … In ninth season as women’s head coach

at Western with 92-50-16 record … Twice GNAC Coach of

the Year … In 2008, Western was 17-3-2, won GNAC title

and reached final of NCAA Division II West Regional, the

victory total being a school record … Holds USSF National

“A” Coaching License, highest coaching license available …

Washington State ODP Boys staff coach in 1999 and coached

at Oak Harbor High School from 1995-98 … Currently

Coaching Director for WFC Rangers, a local select club in

Bellingham … Played two years professionally with Lafayette

(La.) Swampcats, which won Eastern Indoor Soccer League

title in 1998, and Everett BigFoot, which took PDL Northwest

Championship in 1997 … Earned bachelor’s degree in 1995 at

Seattle Pacific University … Three-year starter and four-year

letter winner for Falcons … Started on SPU’s 1993 NCAA II

National Championship team … Scored tying goal with 65

seconds left in 6-5 national semifinal win over Florida Tech …

Played on four Falcon teams that reached national playoffs …

Team captain as senior … 1991 graduate of Oak Harbor High

School … His father, John, was head boys soccer coach at Oak

Harbor HS and his brother, Caleb, lettered four years in soccer

at Seattle Pacific … 38 years old … He and wife Georgianne,

a four-time All-America gymnast at Seattle Pacific, have one

son, Gracen, 7, and two daughters, Bella Rae, 4, and Luca Joy,

born on 12/5/10.

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THREE-TIME GNAC

COACH OF THE YEAR

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COACHING STAFF

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JUSTIN DIENER (pronounced DEE-ner)

Assistant Coach

In first year as assistant coach at Western … Assistant coach at Sonoma State University

in 2005 and has coached club soccer … Played professionally three seasons (2004-06)

with Sonoma County Sol of National Premier Soccer League, helping that squad to

national semifinals … Competed three years as defender at Sonoma State, helping

Cossacks to NCAA Division II national title as senior in 2002 … First-team California

Collegiate Athletic Association all-star that season … Played freshman year in 1998 at

Western, starting for Vikings …. Graduate of Sehome High School, earning Whatcom

County all-star honors on Mariner team that placed second at state in 1998 … In sixth

year as employee at Moulding Millworks in Ferndale … 31 years old.

JASON JORGENSEN

Assistant Coach

In first year as assistant coach at Western and in eighth season as head boys soccer

coach at Mount Baker High School … Also assistant girls soccer coach for Mountaineers

for four seasons … Prior to that, played club soccer for two years, doubling as assistant

for one, at Hawaii Pacific University … All-league performer for Sea Warriors in 2003-

04 … While competing at HPU, earned degree in business management and finance

… Also competed at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada, while

earning degree in business leadership … All-Canadian selection as sophomore, leading

league in scoring with 16 goals to earn province’s top forward award, and was twice allprovincial

choice … Team captain all four years for Spartans, helping them to bronze

and silver-medal winning performances at regionals … Team MVP as sophomore in

1999-2000 and Rookie of the Year as freshman in 1998-99 … Competed for Abbotsford

Rangers of Premier Development League from 2003 to 2005 … At Eastlake High School,

helped Wolves to four-year record of 82-6-1, winning Class 3A state title in 1996 and

Class 4A championship in 1997 … First-team all-KingCo League pick as senior … 31

years old … His brother, Jake, played three years at TWU and is at WWU this season

… Currently plays soccer for Langley United of the men’s premier division in Canada,

earning all-star honors four straight years (2007-10) … Played semiprofessionally for

Vancouver Whitecaps, Seattle Sounder Selects, Skagit Rapids, Surrey United and WSA

Rapids Indoor … Competes in Kiteboarding and is currently company team rider for

Wainman Hawaii.


CLARK CRIPPS

Goalkeeper Coach

GUS ZADRA (pronounced ZAY-druh)

Assistant Coach

In first year on coaching staff at Western … Holds United States Soccer Federation

National “C” and National “Y” Coaching License, National Soccer Coaches Association

of America Goalkeeping Level 2 Coaching diploma and Junior Level IV Coaching

Diploma … Has coached Washington Rush Soccer Club (Everett) last two years and was

head coach at Ingraham High School (Seattle) for one season, leading Rams to first league

championship in school history… Also in second year as Director of Seattle Sounders

FC Soccer Camps and Sounders FC Youth Development Trainer … Earned bachelor’s

degree in communications from WWU in 2007 … Four-year letter winner for Vikings

… First-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as senior in 2006 … Team

MVP as a senior and twice team captain and inspirational award winner … Graduate

of North Kitsap High School in Poulsbo … Three-time Narrows League all-star for the

Vikings … 28 years old.

KELLER HADEN (pronounced HAY-den)

Graduate Assistant

In first year on coaching staff at Western … Completing bachelor’s degree in kinesiology

with emphasis in sports psychology … Then begins working on post-baccalaureate

teaching certificate for physical education, health and recreation K-12 … Four-year letter

winner for Vikings … Played in all 18 games last season, making 16 starts ... Greater St.

Helens League Defensive Player of the Year as senior at Hockinson High School … Firstteam

Class 2A all-State, Vancouver Columbian all-Area and all-Greater St. Helens League

selection … 22 years old … Her grandfather, Russell, played soccer at MIT; her father,

Kinard, played soccer at Northwestern University; her mother, Charmaine, competed

in water polo at Stanford University; and her sister, Ashley, plays soccer at WWU.

In first year on coaching staff at Western and second year as Intramural and Sport Club Coordinator at WWU … Previously was

Campus Recreation Coordinator at Cal Lutheran (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) … Was assistant soccer coach for three seasons there

… Director of goalkeeping for APEX Soccer Club for five years … Played one season as goalkeeper at Azusa Pacific University …

Earned bachelor’s in media studies and master’s degree in college and student administration at APU, and master’s degree in clinical

psychology at Cal Lutheran … Three-sport athlete at Columbian High School in Tiffin, Ohio … 30 years old.

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COACHES RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR

Season Coach Wins/Losses/Ties

1968 C John Miles 3-1-2

1969 C John Miles 6-1-1

1970 C John Miles 6-1-3

1971 C 5-2-2

1972 C John Miles 4-6-2

1973 C 2-10-2

1974 C 1-5-4

1975 C Kevin Regan 2-7-1

1976 C John Miles 0-8-0

1977 C Brian Durvin 1-8-0

1978 Bruce Campbell 3-9-0

1979 C Bruce Campbell 2-12-0

1980 C Tony Faganello 4-8-0

1981 Bruce Campbell 5-8-0

1982 Bruce Campbell 6-5-2

1983 Bruce Campbell 7-3-2

1984 Bruce Campbell 5-9-1

1985 Bruce Campbell 10-9-1

1986 Bruce Campbell 7-9-1

1987 Kevin Quinn 4-5-2

1988 Kevin Quinn 5-9-0

1989 Kevin Quinn 16-6-1

1990 Kevin Quinn 16-4-0

1991 Kevin Quinn 8-7-2

1992 Kevin Quinn 8-8-0

1993 Kevin Quinn 3-11-1

1994 Kevin Quinn 2-13-1

1995 Brad Swanson 4-11-1

1996 Brad Swanson 11-8-1

1997 Brad Swanson 12-6-1

1998 Brad Swanson 6-10-1

1999 Brad Swanson/ Travis Connell 11-6-1

2000 Travis Connell/ Todd Stauber 8-9-0

2001 Travis Connell 10-9-1

2002 Travis Connell 15-4-1

2003 Travis Connell 8-8-2

2004 Travis Connell 13-7-0

2005 Travis Connell 3-16-1

2006 Travis Connell 2-17-1

2007 Travis Connell 13-6-1

2008 Travis Connell 11-5-3

2009 Travis Connell 8-11-1

2010 Travis Connell 10-6-2

C = club sport

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CAREER RECORDS

Coach Years Seasons Wins/Losses Percentage

Bruce Campbell 1978, 1981-86 7 43-52-7 .456

Kevin Quinn 1987-94 8 62-63-7 .496

Brad Swanson 1995-1999 5 44-41-5 .517

Todd Stauber 2000 1 8-9-0 .471

Travis Connell 1999-present 12 112-104-14 .517

TOTALS 31 250-254-32 .496


ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL

NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE)

22 Aaron Becerril D 6-0 185 Fr. HS Woodinville, WA (Woodinville/Cascadia CC)

16 Conner Biggs F/M 6-2 190 Jr. TR Kent, WA (Kentwood/Saint Martin’s)

7 Tyler Bjork F/M 5-10 165 Sr. 3V Kirkland, WA (Juanita)

26 Jarad Brisbin M 6-2 185 Fr. RS Kennewick, WA (Southridge)

11 Kellan Brown M/F 5-7 140 Sr. 3V Tacoma, WA (Bellarmine Prep)

23 Dean Byron D 6-1 185 So. 1V Renton, WA (Liberty)

28 Leo Cohen G 6-2 185 So. SQ Seattle, WA (Roosevelt)

3 Pat Cole M 5-8 145 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

10 Sean Connor M 5-10 150 Sr. 3V Mount Vernon, WA (Mount Vernon/Gonzaga)

8 Sujinda “Jin” Dangvan M 5-9 145 Jr. 2V Vancouver, WA (Mountain View)

25 Dane Dewees F 5-11 170 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

14 Keith Ferris M/F 5-10 170 Sr. 3V Richland, WA (Richland)

17 Bryan Hall D 6-1 155 Jr. 2V Tacoma, WA (Stadium)

5 Tye Hastings M 6-0 165 So. 1V Mill Creek, WA (Jackson)

9 Steven Hughes M 5-11 165 So. 1V Vancouver, WA (Columbia River)

19 Oscar Jimenez M 5-8 150 Sr. 3V Mount Vernon, WA (Mount Vernon)

2 Jake Jorgensen D 5-11 175 Sr. TR Bellingham, WA (Meridian/Trinity Western)

29 Brooks Kochman F 5-10 165 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

15 Erik Lissak D 5-11 155 Fr. RS Auburn, WA (Todd Beamer)

12 Bailey Martin D 6-0 165 So. 1V Tacoma, WA (Stadium)

4 Justin Moore D 5-9 160 Jr. 2V Port Orchard, WA (South Kitsap)

1 Keegan Rogers G 6-1 190 Fr. HS Portland, OR (Portland Christian)

18 Kris Rolstad D 5-11 165 Fr. HS Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood)

27 Matt Sanchez M 5-6 145 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Bellingham)

24 Caden Sowers M 5-7 150 Fr. RS Ferndale, WA (Ferndale)

13 Matt Temple M 5-8 140 Fr. HS Beaverton, OR (Beaverton)

21 Andrew Weishaar F 6-1 165 So. 1V Puyallup, WA (Puyallup)

6 Gabriele Zaccagnini M 5-8 145 Fr. RS Olympia, WA (Capital)

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ROSTER

NUMERICAL

NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE)

1 Keegan Rogers G 6-1 190 Fr. HS Portland, OR (Portland Christian)

2 Jake Jorgensen D 5-11 175 Sr. TR Bellingham, WA (Meridian/Trinity Western)

3 Pat Cole M 5-8 145 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

4 Justin Moore D 5-9 160 Jr. 2V Port Orchard, WA (South Kitsap)

5 Tye Hastings M 6-0 165 So. 1V Mill Creek, WA (Jackson)

6 Gabriele Zaccagnini M 5-8 145 Fr. RS Olympia, WA (Capital)

7 Tyler Bjork F/M 5-10 165 Sr. 3V Kirkland, WA (Juanita)

8 Sujinda “Jin” Dangvan M 5-9 145 Jr. 2V Vancouver, WA (Mountain View)

9 Steven Hughes M 5-11 165 So. 1V Vancouver, WA (Columbia River)

10 Sean Connor M 5-10 150 Sr. 3V Mount Vernon, WA (Mount Vernon/Gonzaga)

11 Kellan Brown M/F 5-7 140 Sr. 3V Tacoma, WA (Bellarmine Prep)

12 Bailey Martin D 6-0 165 So. 1V Tacoma, WA (Stadium)

13 Matt Temple M 5-8 140 Fr. HS Beaverton, OR (Beaverton)

14 Keith Ferris M/F 5-10 170 Sr. 3V Richland, WA (Richland)

15 Erik Lissak D 5-11 155 Fr. RS Auburn, WA (Todd Beamer)

16 Conner Biggs F/M 6-2 190 Jr. TR Kent, WA (Kentwood/Saint Martin’s)

17 Bryan Hall D 6-1 155 Jr. 2V Tacoma, WA (Stadium)

18 Kris Rolstad D 5-11 165 Fr. HS Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood)

19 Oscar Jimenez M 5-8 150 Sr. 3V Mount Vernon, WA (Mount Vernon)

21 Andrew Weishaar F 6-1 165 So. 1V Puyallup, WA (Puyallup)

22 Aaron Becerril D 6-0 185 Fr. HS Woodinville, WA (Woodinville/Cascadia CC)

23 Dean Byron D 6-1 185 So. 1V Renton, WA (Liberty)

24 Caden Sowers M 5-7 150 Fr. RS Ferndale, WA (Ferndale)

25 Dane Dewees F 5-11 170 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

26 Jarad Brisbin M 6-2 185 Fr. RS Kennewick, WA (Southridge)

27 Matt Sanchez M 5-6 145 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Bellingham)

28 Leo Cohen G 6-2 185 So. SQ Seattle, WA (Roosevelt)

29 Brooks Kochman F 5-10 165 Fr. HS Bellingham, WA (Sehome)

Head Coach: Travis Connell

Assistant Coaches: Jason Jorgensen, Justin Deiner, Gus Zadra

Graduate Assistant Coach: Keller Haden

Goalkeeper Coach: Clark Cripps

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PLAYER SKETCHES

AARON BECERRIL (22)

Defender

Freshman, 6-0, 185, 21, 6/20/90

Woodinville, WA

COLLEGE: Attended Cascadia CC (Bothell) last two years.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team KingCo 4A all-league choice as junior at Woodinville

High School … Team MVP for Falcons … Also lettered as sophomore … Member of

Crossfire Premier club team for four seasons, winning state title each year … Also

played on Olympic Development team for two years.

PERSONAL: Major is finance.

CONNER BIGGS (16)

Forward/Midfielder

Junior, 6-2, 190, 20, 3/12/91

Kent, WA

COLLEGE: Transfer from Saint Martin’s University … Played in 15 games for Saints

in 2010, making 3 starts … Had 2 goals and 3 assists for 7 points … In 2009, had 5

goals and 3 assists for 13 points … Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Did not compete as senior at Kentwood High School, playing

on Crossfire Soccer Academy club team that reached second round at national

championships … Lettered for Kangaroos as junior on team that reached quarterfinals

of Class 4A state tournament … Team captain and MVP … One letter.

PERSONAL: Major is electrical engineering.

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TYLER BJORK (7)

Forward/Midfielder

Senior, 5-10, 165, 21, 2/27/90

Kirkland, WA

COLLEGE: Played in 16 games, making eight

starts, as junior in 2010 … Had 3 goals, 1 a

game winner, for 6 points … Saw action in all

20 games as sophomore in 2009, making 17

starts … Had 2 goals, one a game winner, and

4 assists for 8 points … Played in all 19 games

as freshman in 2008, starting 11 … Had 5

goals, including 2 game winners, and 4 assists

for 14 points … Had 2 assists in 4-0 win over

Northwest Nazarene on 9/25/08 and 1 goal

and 1 assist in 3-0 victory over Seattle Pacific

on 11/8/08 … Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team AP all-State,

Seattle Times KingCo 4A Player of the Year for

second straight season, Seattle Times all-Area,

Seattle P-I Spring All-Stars MVP, and first-team

all-league as senior at Juanita High School …

Helped Rebels win league title … Led league

with 16 goals and 12 assists … Team captain

and MVP … First-team all-league pick as

junior … Led league with 16 goals and had

6 assists … Second-team AP all-State, Seattle

Times KingCo POY and first-team all-league

as sophomore … Had 14 goals and eight

assists … As freshman, had three goals and

six assists … Started and lettered four years

… Also earned two letters in football as

placekicker with long field goal of 45 yards.

PERSONAL: Major is history.


JARAD BRISBIN (26)

Midfielder

Freshman, 6-2, 185, 19, 6/14/92

Kennewick, WA

COLLEGE: Redshirt in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Columbia Basin Big Nine selection as senior at

Southridge High School … Led league with 12 goals and had seven assists, helping

Sun to first-round of Class 4A state playoffs … Team Offensive MVP and captain for

second straight year … First-team all-league as junior … Scored nine goals and had

13 assists … Second-team all-conference and team MVP as sophomore … Honorable

mention all-league as freshman … Started and lettered three years … Played U18 club

soccer for Snohomish United Black, winning 2009 Division I league championship

and going to Far West Regionals.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in kinesiology … Named SHS Athlete of the Spring as senior.

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KELLAN BROWN (11)

Midfielder/Forward

Senior, 5-7, 140, 21, 4/16/90

Tacoma, WA

COLLEGE: Enters season sixth among school career

leaders in scoring with 53 points, and tied for

seventh in both assists with 13 and goals with 20 …

Honorable mention Daktronics All-American, and

first-team Daktronics West Region and unanimous

Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as junior

in 2010 … Started all 18 games … Had 7 goals, 2 game

winners, and 6 assists for 20 points … Scored careerhigh

3 goals vs. Northwest Nazarene on 10/30/10 …

First-team Daktronics West Region and second-team

National Soccer Coaches Association of America West

Region all-star as sophomore in 2009 … First-team

GNAC all-star … Led team in scoring with 25 points

and in goals with 10, having two game winners,

and tied for team lead in assists with 5 … Ranked

second among league leaders in both points and goals

… Twice scored 2 goals in a game (3-2 loss to Chico

State and 4-0 win over Seattle Pacific … GNAC Player

of the Week … Played in 18 games as freshman in

2008, starting eight … Had 3 goals, including 1 game

winner, and 2 assists for 8 points … Had 1 goal and 1

assist in 10-0 win at Colorado Christian on 10/1/08 …

Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Member of Crossfire Premier club

team in 2007 and 2008 … Also played two years at

Bellarmine Prep … First-team all-Narrows League Bay

Division choice as sophomore and freshman, helping

Lions win league titles and reach quarterfinals at Class

4A state playoffs both years.

PERSONAL: Major is business … His brother, Brennan,

played soccer at Pacific Lutheran University.


DEAN BYRON (23)

Defender

Sophomore, 6-1, 185, 19, 7/22/92

Renton, WA

COLLEGE: Played in 5 games as freshman in 2010 … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-KingCo League pick as senior at Liberty High School

… Led team in scoring as defender with 3 goals and 2 assists … First-team all-league

and team MVP as junior … Scored seven goals, helping Patriots to first round of

Class 3A state playoffs, the school’s first state appearance in 10 years … Started and

lettered two years … Also lettered in football as senior, converting all 56 PATs and

making 10-of-12 field goals with long of 42 yards … Booted field goal with one

second remaining to win state semifinal game against Lakes … Played club soccer for

Eastside FC, winning three state titles and reaching regional quarterfinals twice and

semifinals once.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in communications.

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LEO COHEN (28)

Goalkeeper

Sophomore, 6-2, 185, 20, 1/30/91

Seattle, WA

COLLEGE: Played in eight games,

making seven starts, as redshirt

freshman in 2010 … Had 1.08 goals

against average and four shutouts,

allowing 8 goals in 669:24 minutes …

Made 24 saves for .750 save percentage

… Did not give up goal in final three

games … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-KingCo

League choice and team co-MVP and

co-captain as senior at Roosevelt High

School … Helped Roughriders to first

round of Class 4A state tournament on

penalty kicks … Had 0.45 goals against

average with six shutouts … Firstteam

all-league as junior … Four-year

letter winner … Played two seasons on

Crossfire Premier club team, winning

National Cup regional title in 2008 and

being regional runner-up in 2007 …

Team co-captain in 2007.

PERSONAL: Major is business … His

sister, Julie Brigham, rowed at Cornell

University.


PAT COLE (3)

Midfielder

Freshman, 5-8, 145, 18, 9/5/92

Bellingham, WA

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Northwest Conference pick as senior at Sehome High

School … Played on 14-3-4 team that won NWC regular-season title and got to Class

2A state tournament … As junior, had 10 goals and 12 assists, helping Mariners win

district title and reach semifinals of Class 2A state tournament, where they lost to

eventual champion Bellingham … Scored three goals in first-round 7-0 win over R.A.

Long at state … As sophomore, had 10 goals and 10 assists on squad that took district

championship and reach state quarterfinals where they lost to eventual champion

Squalicum in game decided on penalty kicks … As freshman, played on state title

winning team … Four-year letter winner … Also lettered one year in football.

PERSONAL: Major is engineering.

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SEAN CONNOR (10)

Midfielder

Senior, 5-10, 150, 23, 9/26/87

Mount Vernon, WA

COLLEGE: Saw action in six games as

junior in 2010 … Started all 11 games

played as sophomore in 2009 … Had

1 assist … Sat out 2008 season after

transferring from Gonzaga University

... Redshirt for Bulldogs in 2007 ...

Starter at WWU as freshman in 2006

... Played in 18 games ... Had 2 goals,

including 1 game winner, and 2 assists

... Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Skagit Valley Herald

Player of the Year as junior and senior

at Mount Vernon High School …

Three-time first-team SVH all-Area

and all-Western Conference choice

… Member of MVHS Hall of Fame …

Led Bulldogs in scoring as junior (10

goals, 8 assists) and senior (8 goals,

3 assists) … Honorable mention allleague

as freshman … Selected for

U-18 Y-League Olympic Development

Program national player selection pool

in 2006.

PERSONAL: Major is cultural anthropology.


SUJINDA “JIN” DANGVAN (8)

Midfielder

Junior, 5-9, 145, 20, 10/20/91

Vancouver, WA

COLLEGE: Started all 17 games played as

sophomore in 2010 … Had 4 goals and 6 assists

for 14 points … Scored 1 goal and had 2 assists

vs. Hawaii Pacific on 10/10/10 … Played in 11

games, making one start, as freshman in 2009 …

Scored 1 goal … Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected from Region Four,

which comprises western United States, to play

on Olympic Development Program team that

traveled to Costa Rica in March … Played four

seasons on Eastside United FC, helping squad

to regional quarterfinals in 2007 and national

title in 2010 … Lost in state final in 2008, but

won titles at Boise Regional Tournament and San

Diego Surf College Cup … Graduate of Mountain

View High School … Played as sophomore for

Thunder in 2007 on team that won Greater

St. Helens League and district titles and got to

quarterfinals of Class 4A state playoffs … Scholar-

Athlete award winner.

PERSONAL: Lived in Thailand for four years

from age 7 to 11 … Major is business.

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DANE DEWEES (25)

(pronounced duh-WEES)

Forward

Freshman, 5-11, 170, 19, 2/1/92

Bellingham, WA

COLLEGE: Attended Western last year, but did not compete.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Northwest Conference all-star as senior at Sehome

High School … Helped Mariners win league and district titles and place third at

Class 2A state tournament … Scored 16 goals and assisted on 13 others … Played

predominately with Crossfire Premier team as junior … Second-team all-conference

as sophomore on squad that won league and state titles … Had 9 goals and 5 assists

… As freshman, played on team that reached state quarterfinals.

PERSONAL: Major is psychology.


KEITH FERRIS (14)

Midfielder/Forward

Senior, 5-10, 170, 22, 1/5/89

Richland, WA

COLLEGE: Played in 14 games as junior in

2010 … Had 1 assist … Saw action in nine

games, making two starts, as sophomore

in 2009 … Missed 2008 season because

of shoulder injury … Played in 19 games

as freshman in 2007 … Had 3 goals and 3

assists… Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention

Associated Press Class 4A all-State, first-team

Tri-City Herald all-Area and all-Columbia

Basin League choice as senior at Richland

High School … Had league-leading 12 goals

and 10 assists … Team captain … Started

and lettered four years.

PERSONAL: Major is chemistry.

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BRYAN HALL (17)

Defender

Junior, 6-1, 155, 20, 10/9/90

Tacoma, WA

COLLEGE: Great Northwest Athletic Conference

Academic all-star as sophomore in 2010 … Saw

action in 15 games, making 12 starts … Played in

seven games as freshman in 2009 … Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Tacoma News Tribune

all-Area and first-team all-Narrows League pick as

senior at Stadium High School … Team captain for

third straight year … Helped Tigers to league title

and quarterfinals of Class 4A state tournament

… First-team all-league as junior and honorable

mention as sophomore on team that reached first

round of state playoffs … Four-year letter winner

… Also played two season on Washington Premier

Academy club team.

PERSONAL: Major is physical therapy… His father,

Robert, competed in rowing at Pacific Lutheran

University.


TYE HASTINGS (5)

Midfielder

Sophomore, 6-0, 165, 19, 9/7/91

Mill Creek, WA

COLLEGE: Played in seven games as freshman in 2010 … Had 1 assist … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Everett Herald all-Area and all-Western Conference

South Division choice as senior at Jackson High School … Scored team-high 16

goals, helping Timberwolves to league title … Team captain, also earning MVP

and Best Offensive awards … First-team all-Area as junior … First-team all-league

as sophomore and junior, and received honorable mention as freshman… Best

Offensive Player as sophomore and junior… Started and lettered four years … Played

club soccer for Snohomish United Black, winning league championships in 2007 and

2009, and reaching semifinals of Washington State Cup in 2009 and finals in 2008.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in computer-science or music … His father, David,

wrestled at Eastern Washington University, and his mother, Christine, ran track at

Seattle Pacific University.

STEVEN HUGHES (9)

Midfielder

Sophomore, 5-11, 165, 19, 10/27/91

Vancouver, WA

COLLEGE: Played in 13 games, making three starts, as freshman in 2010 … Had 1

assist … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class 3A all-State and first-team all-Greater St. Helens

League choice as senior at Columbia River High School … Scored 13 goals and had

10 assists, both team-leading figures … Team captain … Did not play soccer in high

school as junior … Second-team all-league as sophomore… Helped Chieftains reach

first round of Class 4A state tournament … Started two years and lettered three …

Also earned two letters in cross country … Played four years on Eastside Liverpool FC

club team, winning state and reaching quarterfinals at regionals in 2007 and 2009,

and taking national title in 2010.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in business.

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OSCAR JIMENEZ (19)

Midfielder

Senior, 5-8, 150, 21, 11/3/89

Mount Vernon, WA

COLLEGE: Enters season third among school career

leaders in assists with 17, five short of school record,

tied for 11th in goals with 15, and 10th in points

with 47 … First-team Daktronics West Region and

unanimous Great Northwest Athletic Conference allstar

as junior in 2010 … Started all 18 games … Had 4

goals, 1 game winner, and tied for team best in assists

with 7 for 15 points … Tied career-high with 2 assists

vs. Northwest Nazarene on 10/30/10 … Second-team

Daktronics West Region all-star and first-team all-Great

Northwest Athletic Conference pick as sophomore in

2009 … Started all 20 games … Had 6 goals and tied

for team lead with 5 assists for 17 points … Scored one

goal and assisted on two others in 4-3 win at Northwest

Nazarene on 10/17/09 … Played in 18 games as

freshman in 2008, starting three … Had 5 goals,

including 1 game winner, and 5 assists for 15 points …

Had 1 goal and 1 assist in three of the last four games,

all victories … Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Skagit Valley Herald Player of the

Year for third straight time and co-Northwest League

MVP as senior at Mount Vernon High School … Helped

Bulldogs to league and district titles and quarterfinals

of Class 3A state playoffs, losing to eventual champion

Camas … Scored 10 goals … Team captain for second

consecutive season … All-Western Conference North

Division choice as junior … Had 14 goals and five

assists … Helped Bulldogs to 13-1-3 record and

district playoffs … Honorable mention all-league as

sophomore, scoring four goals … Started and lettered

two years … Also earned three letters in cross country,

competing at Class 3A state meet as senior.

PERSONAL: Major is mathematics.


JAKE JORGENSEN (2)

Defender

Senior, 5-11, 175, 21, 6/4/89

Bellingham, WA

COLLEGE: Transfer from Trinity Western University … Did not play in 2010 because

of injury … Starter three previous years for Spartans … In 2009, helped host TWU

win bronze medal at Canadian Interuniversity Sports national championship …

Had 2 goals and 4 assists … In 2008, played on squad that placed second nationally,

finishing with 1 goal and 3 assists … In 2007, helped Spartans to 12-0-2 record, league

title, and fifth place at nationals … Had 3 goals and 5 assists … Team allowed just 0.57

goals per game, setting Canada West League record.

HIGH SCHOOL: Established school career records of 86 goals and 59 assists at

Meridian High School … Class 1A state Player of the Year and Northwest Conference

MVP as senior … Also first-team Bellingham Herald all-Whatcom County choice,

leading Trojans to league title and second round at state … Had 25 goals and 17 assists

… First-team all-state, Whatcom County League Player of the Year and Bellingham

Herald Player of the Year as junior … Had 23 goals and 16 assists on league titlewinning

team … Second-team all-state and WCL Offensive Player of the Year as

sophomore … Had 22 goals and 14 assists on league championship squad … Secondteam

all-NWC as freshman with 16 goals and 12 assists … Four-year letter winner

… Also earned one letter in football as placekicker on state championship squad …

Played club soccer for Crossfire Premier for three years, and was in Washington State

Olympic Development program for three years.

PERSONAL: Completed bachelor’s degree in finance at Trinity Western, and working

on second degree in manufacturing and supply chain management at Western … His

brother, Jason, played soccer at Trinity Western and Hawaii Pacific and is graduate

assistant coach at Western this fall.

BROOKS KOCHMAN (29)

Forward

Freshman, 5-10, 165, 19, 7/29/92

Bellingham, WA

COLLEGE: Did not attend school last year, playing on club team.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Northwest Conference pick as senior at Sehome High

School … Helped Mariners place third at Class 2A state tournament, leading team

in scoring with 16 goals and 6 assists … Member of state championship squad as

sophomore and played on squad that reached state quarterfinals as freshman … Fouryear

letter winner … Played club soccer for Crossfire Premier Academy, reaching

USSDA National Championships on U18 team in 2010, and USSDA Academy

Playoffs on U16 squad in 2009 … Member of WFC Rangers A team that reached 2008

Washington State Championship game.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in business.

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ERIK LISSAK (15)

Defender

Freshman, 5-11, 155, 19, 2/19/82

Auburn, WA

COLLEGE: Redshirt in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-South Puget Sound League South Division and

Federal Way Mirror All-City pick as senior at Todd Beamer High School … Tacoma

News Tribune all-Area “Best of the Rest”… Captain of 14-3-3 team that posted 10

shutouts in reaching Class 4A state quarterfinals … Second-team all-league as junior

at Todd Beamer High School … Hardest Worker award winner … Played on teams

that reach Class 4A state semifinals as sophomore and quarterfinals as freshman

… Started and lettered four years … Also earned three letters in cross country …

Played U18 club soccer for Snohomish United Black, winning 2009 Division I

league championship and going to Far West Regionals … Took part for one year in

Olympic Development Program.

PERSONAL: Major is electrical engineering … Named Washington State Scholar as

prep and received Washington State Principals’ Award for Academic Excellence … His

father, Mark, played football at University of Kansas.

BAILEY MARTIN (12)

Defender,

Sophomore, 6-0, 165, 19, 8/29/91

Tacoma, WA

COLLEGE: Played in two games as freshman in 2010 … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 4A all-state and all-Narrows League selection as

senior at Stadium High School ... Team Defensive Player of the Year and co-captain

… Keyed defense that allowed just five goals on 19-1-0 squad that won league, district

and Class 4A state titles … Honorable mention all-state and first-team all-league as

junior, helping Tigers win league title and reach state quarterfinals … Second-team

all-league as freshman and sophomore … Started and lettered four years … Also

earned two letters in tennis … Played three years for Washington Premier Academy.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in communications or business.


JUSTIN MOORE (4)

Defender

Junior, 5-9, 160, 20, 3/12/91

Port Orchard, WA

COLLEGE: Saw action in all 18 games

as sophomore in 2010, making 16

starts … Had 2 goals for 4 points …

Played in nine games as freshman in

2009, making six starts … Had 1 goal,

a game winner in 3-0 victory versus

Mesa State on 9/10/09, and 2 assists for

4 points … Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Co-MVP of Narrows

League as senior at South Kitsap High

School, scoring 17 goals in leading

Wolves to 15-3-1 record and Class 4A

state championship … In title game,

defeated previously undefeated and

nationally ranked Pasco, 2-1 … Team

captain for second season … Firstteam

all-Kitsap County and all-league

selection as junior … Scored teamleading

12 goals and had 4 assists …

Second-team all-league as sophomore

… Two-year letter winner … Also plays

for West Sound FC, helping that squad

place second at state tournament and

go to regionals in 2008.

PERSONAL: Plans to take program in

pre-medicine.

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KEEGAN ROGERS (1)

Goalkeeper

Freshman, 6-1, 190, 18, 5/6/93

Portland, OR

HIGH SCHOOL: Played with Portland Timbers U23 PDL team and trained with

Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer during spring and summer of 2011 … Had

four-year career goal against average of 0.79 and 31 shutouts at Portland Christian

High School, helping team to 54-10-7 record … First-team Class 1A-2A-3A all-State

and Columbia River League co-Player of the Year as senior on 10-4-3 squad that won

fourth straight league title and reached first round of state playoffs … First-team

all-league for fourth time … Team captain … Played five games at forward, having

5 goals and 3 assists … First-team all-state as junior on 14-4-0 team that reached

state quarterfinals … Second-team all-state as sophomore on 17-1-2 squad that won

state championship … As freshman, played on 13-1-2 team that reached first round

of state playoffs … Four-year letter winner … Also lettered four years in baseball,

helping PCHS to state championship in 2008 and four league titles … First-team allstate

as junior and senior and second-team as sophomore … Participated in Olympic

Development program for three years, competing on Region IV (comprised of 14

states) team that went to Florida in 2009 and toured Germany in 2010 … State team

captain in 2009 and 2010 … As sophomore, spent five weeks in Brazil training and

playing with various clubs (Botafogo FC, Funorte FC, Brasilis FC) … Competed on

East Side United Football Club for five years, going to state four times.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in kinesiology … His father, Glenn, competed in soccer

(goalkeeper) at Warner Pacific College and played professionally for Portland Timbers

… His mother, Rhonda, competed in soccer (midfielder) and softball (first base) at

Pacific University OR.

KRIS ROLSTAD (18)

Defender

Freshman, 5-11, 165, 18, 9/23/92

Salt Lake City, UT

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-state, all-region and all-conference selection as

senior at Cottonwood High School ... Helped Colts place second in region and reach

opening round of state playoffs ... Led team in scoring for fourth straight year with 7

goals, finishing with 18 for career ... First-team region all-star as junior on squad that

got to state ... As freshman, played on team that reached state quarterfinals ... Fouryear

letter winner ... Played on Blue Knights club team that won Utah state titles in

2009, 2010 and 2011, ranking among top 25 nationally.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in business ... His brother, Zach Bauling, played soccer

at Western.


MATT SANCHEZ (27)

Midfielder

Freshman, 5-6, 145, 18, 4/11/93

Bellingham, WA

HIGH SCHOOL: Bellingham Herald all-Whatcom County Player of the Year and

Northwest Conference Most Valuable Player as senior at Bellingham High School ...

Had 19 goals and 6 assists on team that won 12 straight games and posted 10-1-2

league record ... Class 2A State co-Player of the Year as junior, helping Red Raiders

to NWC, Northwest District and state titles ... First-team all-state, all-conference and

all-WCL pick ... Scored 20 goals and had 13 assists ... Had 4 goals in one game against

Lakewood ... Did not play as sophomore ... First-team all-conference and all-county as

freshman ... Had 6 goals and 7 assists ... Member of Crossfire Academy club team for

three years, reaching final of U18 national championship in 2010 ... Participated in

Olympic Development Program for three years, twice being picked for regional pool.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in either physical therapy or kinesiology.

CADEN SOWERS (24)

Midfielder

Freshman, 5-7, 150, 19, 10/25/91

Ferndale, WA

COLLEGE: Redshirt in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Northwest Conference pick and team captain as

senior at Ferndale High School … Scored 6 goals … Missed most of season because

of eye surgery … First-team Class 3A all-State pick, Bellingham Herald all-Area, and

league Player of the Year as junior … Team co-MVP … Scored 24 goals, two short of

school record … First-team all-league as sophomore … Played on team that reached

state playoffs as freshman … Started and lettered three years … Also lettered twice

in cross country.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in mathematics or engineering … His older brother, Ben,

played soccer at Whatcom CC.

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MATT TEMPLE (13)

Midfielder

Freshman, 5-8, 140, 18, 3/2/93

Beaverton, OR

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 6A all-State and all-Metro League pick as senior at

Beaverton High School … Scored 19 goals and had 14 assists in helping team to 12-6-

2 record and state title game for first time in 25 years … Team captain and team MVP

… Second-team all-league as junior … Four-year letter winner … Played on Club

Westside Metros Remix which reached regionals three straight years.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in either engineering or mathematics … His father, Dave,

ran track at Northern Colorado University.


ANDREW WEISHAAR (21)

Forward

Sophomore, 6-1, 165, 19, 4/11/92

Puyallup, WA

COLLEGE: Played in 16 games, making

five starts, as freshman in 2010 … Had 6

goals, 1 game winner, and 3 assists for 15

points … Scored 2 goals vs. Mary ND on

10/18/10 and had 2 assists vs. Northwest

Nazarene on 10/30/10 … One letter.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 4A all-

State and Tacoma News Tribune all-Area

pick as senior at Puyallup High School …

South Puget Sound League South Division

MVP, leading division with school-record

28 goals … Team MVP and captain for

second straight year on team that reached

first round of Class 4A state playoffs …

Tacoma Athletic Commission Athlete of

the Month for May … Honorable mention

Class 4A all-State and first-team all-area

as junior, leading SPSL South Division

in scoring with 19 goals … Twice firstteam

all-league choice … Scored 16 goals

as sophomore on 15-1 team that won

league title and reached title game of

state playoffs … Started and lettered three

years … Played on Washington Premier

Academy club team that placed fifth at

nationals in 2009.

PERSONAL: Plans to major is business.

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GABRIELE ZACCAGNINI (6)

(pronounced GAY-bree-el-ah, Zac- ah-knee-knee)

Midfielder

Freshman, 5-8, 145, 19, 1/10/92

Olympia, WA

COLLEGE: Redshirt in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention Class 3A all-State and first-team Daily

Olympian all-Area and all-Western Cascade Conference choice as senior at Capital

High School … Scored team-high 15 goals, leading team to league title and Class

3A state semifinals … Suffered ruptured Achilles’ tendon in practice session during

playoffs … Did not play in high school as junior … First-team all-state selection as

sophomore at Capital High School … Also first-team all-Area and all-league, helping

Cougars to league championship and state quarterfinals … Second-team all-league as

freshman on squad that won league title … Started and lettered three years … Played

two years on Crossfire club team and five for Washington Premier Academy.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in engineering … His brother, Daniele, played soccer at

Pacific Lutheran University.


ALL-STARS

NATIONAL

SOCCER COACHES

ASSOCIATION OF

AMERICA NCAA II

ALL-AMERICAN

Second Team

2008 Matt Pele M

NSCAA NCAA II

WEST REGION

First Team

2001 Cody Hagler F

2007 Matt Pele M

2008 Matt Pele M

Second Team

1998 Chris Beaudoin D

2000 Jeff Obenchain D

Rob Schaper F

2004 Ryan Hopp F

2007 Gibson Bardsley F

2008 Samir Vejo F

2009 Kellan Brown M

2010 Gibson Bardsley F

DAKTRONICS NCAA II

ALL-AMERICAN

First Team

2010 Gibson Bardsley F

Honorable Mention

2010 Kellan Brown M

DAKTRONICS NCAA II

WEST REGION

First Team

2009 Kellan Brown M

2010 Gibson Bardsley F

Kellan Brown M

Oscar Jimenez M

Second Team

2007 Michael Lockwood G

2008 Samir Vejo F

2009 Chris Brundage D

Oscar Jimenez M

NAIA ALL-AMERICAN

Second Team

1990 Peter LaBarge F

Third Team

1989 Peter LaBarge F

Honorable Mention

1983 Joe McAuliffe M

1984 John Reilly G

1989 Tom Venable M

1990 Tom Venable M

1991 Steve Bowmer D

Steve Starcevich F

Ryan Childs G

1992 Jamie Thilmony D

Steve Starcevich M

1997 Scot Swanson F

Rob Skafgaard M

NAIA PACIFIC

NORTHWEST ALL-

AREA/REGION

First Team

1990 Peter LaBarge F

Tom Venable M

1991 Steve Bowmer D

Ryan Childs G

Steve Starcevich F

1992 Jamie Thilmony D

Steve Starcevich M

1996 Rob Skafgaard M

1997 Rob Skafgaard M

Scot Swanson F

Second Team

1991 Dave Miller D

Jason Woodward F

1996 Keith Baker D

Scot Swanson F

1997 Keith Baker D

Honorable Mention

1996 Kelly Grayum G

ALL-CONFERENCE

NORTHWEST

COLLEGIATE SOCCER

CONFERENCE

First Team

1983 Joe McAuliffe M

1988 Jim Myhre F

Simon Evans M

Tom Venable M

1989 Steve Bowmer D

Tom Venable M

Peter LaBarge F

Dennis Lapchis F

1990 Peter LaBarge F

Tom Vernable M

1991 Steve Starcevich F

1992 Steve Starcevich M

Second Team

1986 John Polzin M

1987 Jonathan Fleck M

Bill Schmitt D

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Midfielder of the Year

1996 Rob Skafgaard

First Team

1996 Rob Skafgaard M

Scot Swanson F

Keith Baker D

Second Team

1996 Scott Harrington M

Kelly Grayum G

PACIFIC WEST

CONFERENCE

First Team

1998 Dave Green G

Chris Beaudoin D

1999 Sean Standley F

2000 Sean Standley M

Dave Green G

Second Team

1999 Wade Ambrose D

Brett Burns M

Andy Quinn M

2000 Jeff Obenchain D

Rob Schaper F

Wade Ambrose D

GREAT NORTHWEST

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Player of the Year

2002 Paul Nissley F

2008 Matt Pele M

2010 Gibson Bardsley F

Newcomer of the Year

2001 Cody Hagler F

2003 Ryan Hopp F

2004 Kenny Mueller D

2007 Samir Vejo F

Freshman of the Year

2002 Ben Dragavon G

2006 Chris Jepson M

2007 Gibson Bardsley F

2009 Chris Brundage D

First Team

2001 Cody Hagler F

Joe Bensch M

Jeff Obenchain D

2002 Paul Nissley F

Ben Dragavon G

Ian Weinberg M

Jeremy Milsten D

2003 Ben Dragavon G

Jeff Lane M

Joel Saulter D

Justin Scholze D

2004 Ryan Hopp F

Nick Webb D

Jeremy Milsten D

2005 Blake Brown D

2006 Gus Zadra F

2007 Gibson Bardsley F

Samir Vejo F

Matt Pele M

2008 Gibson Bardsley F

Cameron Copps-Tilley G

Matt Pele M

Nick Saletto D

Samir Vejo F

2009 Keller Brown M

Chris Brundage D

Oscar Jimenez M

2010 Gibson Bardsley F

Kellan Brown M

Oscar Jimenez M

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ALL-STARS

Second Team

2001 Ian Winberg M

Wade Ambrose D

Darin Laier G

2002 Eric Blatt M

Justin Scholze D

2003 Ryan Hopp F

David Hileman M

Jeremy Milsten D

2004 Jeff Lane M

Kenny Mueller D

Ben Dragavon G

2005 Zach Bauling F

Filomon Afenegus M

Robbie Curry M

2007 Oliver Wellman M

Michael Lockwood G

2008 Micheal Ricci F

Oliver Wellman M

Chris Jepson D

2009 Gibson Bardsley F

Mitch Barrows M

2010 Brendan Quilici M

Thomas Kauffman D

ALL-DISTRICT

NAIA DISTRICT 1

Player of the Year

1990 Peter LaBarge F

District All-Stars

1983 Joe McAuliffe M

1984 Joe McAuliffe M

Danny Machado F

John Reilly G

1985 John Reilly G

1986 John Reilly G

1988 Simon Evans M

1989 Tom Venable M

Peter LaBarge F

1990 Peter LaBarge F

Steve Starcevich D

Tom Venable M

Dennis Lapchis F

Cliff Potter F

1991 Steve Bowmer D

Ryan Childs G

Steve Starcevich F

1992 Jamie Thilmony D

Steve Starcevich M

Bryon Phillips F

1993 Craig Jones F

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ESPN THE MAGAZINE/

CoSIDA DISTRICT VIII

ACADEMIC ALL-STAR

2007 Michael Lockwood G

NAIA ACADEMIC

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

1983 Thom Castagna M

1997 Scot Swanson F

ACADEMIC ALL-

CONFERENCE

PACIFIC WEST

CONFERENCE

1998 Dave Green G

Jason Frazier F

1999 Dave Green G

Sean Nielsen D

Andy Quinn M

2000 Charlie Ashbaugh D

Sean Nielsen D

Brett Burns M

Dave Green G

GREAT NORTHWEST

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2002 Joel Saulter D

2003 Joel Saulter D

2005 Zach Bauling F

2006 Joel Grossman M

Zachary Bauling F

Paul Kimbrough D

2007 Zachary Bauling F

Michael Ricci M

Michael Lockwood G

2008 Cris Geday D

Joel Grossman F

Michael Ricci F

2009 Matt Fishbaugher M

Darragh Simm F

2010 Bryan Hall D

Darragh Simm M

COACH OF THE YEAR

NORTHWEST

COLLEGIATE SOCCER

CONFERENCE

1986 Bruce Campbell

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

1996 Brad Swanson

GREAT NORTHWEST

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2002 Travis Connell

2007 Travis Connell

2008 Travis Connell

NAIA AREA I

1989 Kevin Quinn

NAIA DISTRICT 1

1989 Kevin Quinn


RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL - GAME

Most goals 6 Samir Vejo vs. Colorado Christian, 2008

Most assists 4 Jay Harper vs. Northwest, 1996

INDIVIDUAL - SEASON

Most goals 21 Peter LaBarge, 1990

Most assists 10 Dennis Lapchis, 1990

INDIVIDUAL - CAREER

Most goals 41 Peter LaBarge, 1989-90

Gibson Bardsley, 2007-10

Most assists 22 Dennis Lapchis, 1986-87, 1989-90

TEAM - GAME

Most goals 11 vs. Trinity Western, 1990

TEAM - SEASON

Most wins 16 1989

Best record 15-4-1 2002

Worst Record 3-16-1 2005

Longest winning streak 13 1989

Longest losing streak 7 1980

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TEAM RECORDS

Wins

16-6-1 Kevin Quinn 1989

15-4-1 Travis Connell 2002

14-6-0 Kevin Quinn 1990

13-6-1 Travis Connell 2007

13-7-0 Travis Connell 2004

12-6-1 Brad Swanson 1997

11-5-3 Travis Connell 2008

11-8-1 Brad Swanson 1996

10-6-2 Travis Connell 2010

Winning Percentage

.775 15-4-1 Travis Connell 2002

.717 16-6-1 Kevin Quinn 1989

.700 14-6-0 Kevin Quinn 1990

.675 13-6-1 Travis Connell 2007

.657 11-5-3 Travis Connell 2008

Goals

57 Kevin Quinn 14-6-0 1990

55 Kevin Quinn 16-6-1 1989

51 Brad Swanson 11-8-1 1996

50 Travis Connell 10-6-2 2010

48 Travis Connell 11-5-3 2008

45 Travis Connell 15-4-1 2002

42 Bruce Campbell 10-9-1 1985

39 Travis Connell 13-6-1 2007

Goals Against Average

0.84 Travis Connell 13-6-1 2007

0.89 Travis Connell 13-7-0 2004

0.91 Bruce Campbell 7-3-2 1983

0.95 Travis Connell 15-4-1 2002

1.11 Travis Connell 11-5-3 2008

1.39 Kevin Quinn 16-6-1 1989

1.50 Travis Connell 11-6-1 1999

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Most Wins (Coach)

Travis Connell 112 1999-present

Kevin Quinn 62 1987-94

Brad Swanson 44 1995-99

Bruce Campbell 43 1978, 1981-86

Winning Percentage (Coach)

Travis Connell .517 1999-present

Brad Swanson .517 1995-99

Travis Connell .509 1999-present

Kevin Quinn .496 1987-94

Bruce Campbell .456 1978, 1981-86


CAREER LEADERS

Goals

Peter LaBarge 41 1989-90

Gibson Bardsley 41 2007-10

Scot Swanson 30 1994-97

Dennis Lapchis 25 1986-87, 1989-90

Samir Vejo 25 2007-08

Ryan Hopp 23 2003-04

Kellan Brown 20 2008-10

Paul Nissley 20 2001-03

Sean Standley 18 1997-2001

Ian Weinberg 16 1999-2002

Cliff Potter 15 1989-90

Gus Zadra 15 2002, 2004-06

Oscar Jimenez 15 2008-10

Jay Harper 14 1995-98

Craig Jones 13 1991-93

Josiah Johnson 12 1994-97

Dave Hileman 12 2001-03

Tyler Bjork 10 2008-10

Assists

Dennis Lapchis 22 1986-87, 1989-90

Gibson Bardsley 18 2007-10

Oscar Jimenez 17 2008-10

Steve Starcevich 14 1990-92

David Schlesinger 14 2001-04

Matt Pele 14 2004-08

Kellan Brown 13 2007-10

Sean Standley 13 1997-2001

Brendan Quilici 13 2007-10

Scot Swanson 12 1994-97

Tom Venable 12 1987-90

Kory Pope 12 2002-05

Michael Ricci 12 2006-09

Peter LaBarge 10 1989-90

Brett Burns 10 1999-2000

Jim Bialek 10 1988-92

Jay Harper 10 1995-98

Jeff Lane 10 2003-04

Kris Pope 10 2002-05

Paul Nissley 9 2001-03

Cody Hagler 9 2001-04

Scott Harrington 9 1995-96

Cliff Potter 9 1989-90

Josiah Johnson 9 1994-97

Filomon Afenegus 9 2001-02, 2004-05

Tyler Bjork 8 2008-10

Points (goals-assists-total points)

Gibson Bardsley 41-18-100 2007-10

Peter LaBarge 41-10-92 1989-90

Scot Swanson 30-12-72 1994-97

Dennis Lapchis 25-22-72 1986-87, 1989-90

Samir Vejo 25-5-55 2007-08

Kellan Brown 20-13-53 2008-10

Ryan Hopp 23-5-51 2003-04

Paul Nissley 20-9-49 2001-03

Sean Standley 18-13-49 1997-2001

Oscar Jimenez 15-17-47 2008-10

Ian Weinberg 16-8-40 1999-2002

Cliff Potter 15-9-39 1989-90

Jay Harper 14-10-38 1995-98

Gus Zadra 15-7-37 2002, 2004-06

Josiah Johnson 12-9-33 1994-97

Brendan Quilici 10-13-33 2007-10

Games Played

Chris Jepson 78 2006-09

Filomon Afenegus 76 2001-02, 2004-05

Ben Dragavon 76 2002-05

Thomas Kauffman 76 2007-10

Gibson Bardsley 74 2007-10

Matt Pele 73 2004-08

Dave Schlesinger 72 2001-04

Jim Myhre 70 1988-91

Kory Pope 69 2002-05

Brendan Quilici 69 2007-10

Tom Venable 68 1987-90

Zach Bauling 68 2004-07

Mitch Barrows 67 2006-09

Jim Bialek 66 1988-92

Steve Bowmer 66 1988-91

Ian Weinberg 66 1999-2002

Sean Standley 66 1997-2001

Dennis Lapchis 66 1986-87, 1989-90

Goals Against Average

Darin Laier 1.28 2000-01

Paul Maycock 1.31 1988-91

Ben Dragavon 1.38 2002-05

Cameron Copps-Tilley 1.48 2007-09

John Reilly 1.57 1983-86

Dave Green 1.81 1997-2000

Kelly Grayum 1.89 1994-96

Ryan Childs 1.95 1988-91

Shutouts

Ben Dragavon 18 2002-05

Paul Maycock 13 1988-91

Dave Green 12 1997-2000

Darin Laier 10 2000-01

Cameron Copps-Tilley 10 2007-09

John Reilly 9 1983-86

Kelly Grayum 7 1994-96

Drew Smiley 7 1992-93

Michael Lockwood 7 2006-07

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SEASON LEADERS

Goals

Peter LaBarge 21 1990

Peter LaBarge 20 1989

Gibson Bardsley 18 2010

Samir Vejo 18 2008

Scot Swanson 16 1996

Ryan Hopp 16 2004

Paul Nissley 15 2002

Gibson Bardsley 11 2007

Kellan Brown 10 2009

Dennis Lapchis 10 1990

Scot Swanson 9 1997

Cliff Potter 8 1990

Jim Morton 7 1999

Jason Woodward 7 1991

Jeff Busch 7 1985

Ryan Hopp 7 2003

Cliff Potter 7 1989

John Parker 7 1985

Gus Zadra 7 2006

Samir Vejo 7 2007

Gibson Bardsley 7 2008

Kellan Brown 7 2010

Assists

Dennis Lapchis 10 1990

Brett Burns 9 1999

Steve Starcevich 8 1991

Jay Harper 8 1996

Gibson Bardsley 7 2010

Oscar Jimenez 7 2010

Scott Harrington 7 1996

Sean Standley 6 2000

Joe Bensch 6 2001

Kory Pope 6 2002

Paul Nissley 6 2002

Dennis Lapchis 6 1989

Tom Venable 6 1990

Michael Ricci 6 2006

Gibson Bardsley 6 2007

Matt Pele 6 2008

Kellan Brown 6 2010

Sujinda Dangvan 6 2010

Points (goals-assists-total points)

Peter LaBarge 21-5-47 1990

Peter LaBarge 20-5-45 1989

Gibson Bardsley 18-7-43 2010

Samir Vejo 18-3-39 2008

Scot Swanson 16-5-37 1996

Paul Nissley 15-6-36 2002

Ryan Hopp 16-4-36 2004

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Dennis Lapchis 10-10-30 1990

Gibson Bardsley 11-6-28 2007

Kellan Brown 10-5-25 2009

Scot Swanson 9-4-22 1997

Cliff Potter 8-4-20 1990

Kellan Brown 7-6-20 2010

Goals Against Average

Paul Maycock 0.75 1991

Michael Lockwood 0.81 2007

Ben Dragavon 0.83 2002

Ben Dragavon 0.89 2004

Paul Maycock 0.95 1990

Kelly Grayum 0.96 1995

Leo Cohen 1.08 2010

Cameron Copps-Tilley 1.13 2008

Darin Laier 1.27 2001

Kelly Grayum 1.29 1996

Paul Maycock 1.31 1989

John Reilly 1.33 1985

Shutouts

Darin Laier 9 2001

Ben Dragavon 7 2002

Michael Lockwood 7 2007

Drew Smiley 6 1992

Paul Maycock 6 1989

Ben Dragavon 6 2004

Dave Green 6 1997

Cameron Copps-Tilley 6 2008


MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS

1978 (3-9-0)

0 at Simon Fraser 4

0 at Puget Sound OT 1

1 at Pacific Lutheran 3

0 at Seattle Pacific 1

1 OREGON OT 2

3 OREGON STATE 2

3 at Seattle 6

3 PUGET SOUND 0

2 at Seattle OT 3

1 at Portland 3

0 WASHINGTON 4

2 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 1

1981 (5-8-0)

3 FORT STEILCOOM CC 2

2 at Edmonds CC 0

0 PORTLAND OT 1

3 EDMONDS CC 4

2 at Oregon State OT 1

1 at Oregon 3

1 SIMON FRASER 4

2 at Seattle 1

0 at Washington 2

1 SEATTLE PACIFIC 4

5 SEATTLE OT 3

2 PUGET SOUND 4

0 at Puget Sound 1

1982 (6-5-2)

1 at Seattle 0

0 at Puget Sound 3

1 SEATTLE 1

0 at Simon Fraser 9

8 at Evergreen State 1

1 at Portland 2

0 WASHINGTON 3

2 PUGET SOUND 2

6 at Trinity Western 1

4 at Whitworth 2

1 at Gonzaga OT 0

2 at Seattle Pacific 3

3 EVERGREEN STATE 2

1983 (7-3-2)

2 at Puget Sound 2

1 at Pacific Lutheran 0

2 at Seattle 0

4 TRINITY WESTERN 0

3 GONZAGA 2

0 at Washington 1

1 SEATTLE 0

2 at Warner Pacific 1

0 at Portland 1

1 at Simon Fraser OT 1

2 PUGET SOUND 0

2 SEATTLE PACIFIC 3

1984 (5-9-1)

3 vs. Capilano 0

(non-counter)

5 vs. Shoreline CC 0

(non-counter)

4 vs. Puget Sound 2

1 vs. Whitworth 0

5 vs. Seattle 2

2 at Chico State 4

1 CAL BERKELEY 6

0 WASHINGTON 2

1 at Gonzaga 2

3 at Whitworth 1

1 at Seattle 0

3 CENTRAL OT 0

(non-counter vs. club team)

1 SIMON FRASER OT 2

1 at Washington OT 1

0 at Puget Sound 2

0 WARNER PACIFIC 1

1 PORTLAND OT 2

0 at Seattle Pacific 2

1985 (10-9-1)

1 vs. St. Mary’s 4

2 vs. Whitworth 0

2 vs. Biola 3

4 at Cal State Hayward 1

1 vs. Willamette 0

2 at Evergreen State 1

4 vs. Whitworth 0

0 vs. Pacific Lutheran 1

0 SIMON FRASER 4

0 at Washington 4

5 GONZAGA 0

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

3 EVERGREEN STATE 0

1 at Pacific Lutheran OT 1

2 PUGET SOUND 1

0 at Warner Pacific 4

0 at Portland 2

2 WHITWORTH 0

0 at Simon Fraser OT 2

6 SEATTLE 1

1986 (7-9-1)

1 at Stanford 2

0 at San Jose State 5

0 at Cal Berkeley 2

1 vs. Cal State San Bernardino 3

1 vs. Claremont-Mudd 0

3 vs. Grand Canyon 1

1 at Puget Sound 0

1 at Warner Pacific 4

3 SEATTLE 0

3 at Whitworth 3

4 at Gonzaga 1

1 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 2

0 at Evergreen State OT 1

0 at Seattle Pacific 1

1 WASHINGTON 0

3 PORTLAND 1

1 SIMON FRASER 3

1987 (4-5-2)

3 UC DAVIS 0

0 EVERGREEN STATE OT 0

1 at Pacific Lutheran 2

1 SEATTLE PACIFIC OT 1

3 PUGET SOUND 0

0 at Washington 4

1 at Warner Pacific 2

1 at Portland 6

0 at Simon Fraser 4

4 SEATTLE 0

3 WHITWORTH 1

1988 (5-9-0)

2 vs. Whitworth 1

1 vs. Willamette 2

0 vs. College of Idaho 2

2 at Puget Sound 1

0 at Whitworth 2

4 at Gonzaga 0

0 WASHINGTON 5

1 CENTRAL 0

2 SEATTLE 0

0 PORTLAND 8

1 at Evergreen State 2

2 SIMON FRASER 3

2 WARNER PACIFIC 4

1 at Seattle Pacific 2

1989 (16-6-1)

2 at British Columbia 2

2 WILLAMETTE 0

0 vs. Oregon State 2

0 at Washington 1

8 vs. Menlo 0

2 at Humboldt State 1

0 at Portland 5

1 at Evergreen State 3

3 vs. Pacific Lutheran 0

6 vs. Puget Sound 0

4 at Seattle 2

3 at Oregon State 2

3 PUGET SOUND 0

3 at Central 1

3 GONZAGA 2

2 at Simon Fraser 1

2 TRINITY WESTERN 0

1 EVERGREEN STATE 0

3 WHITWORTH 2

2 EVERGREEN STATE 1

2 at Warner Pacific 0

1 vs. Rockhurst MO 3

2 vs. Midwestern State TX 4

1990 (14-6-0)

6 vs. Seattle 2

1 vs. Pacific Lutheran 4

1 vs. Grand Canyon 3

2 vs. U.S. International 1

3 at Fresno Pacific 2

3 SIMON FRASER 1

11 TRINITY WESTERN 0

2 WHITWORTH OT 1

1 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 0

3 CENTRAL 2

3 at Puget Sound OT 1

4 at Evergreen State OT 2

0 at Washington 2

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

3 SEATTLE 1

5 at Simon Fraser OT 4

0 at Warner Pacific 1

6 PACIFIC LUTHERAN OT 3

2 SIMON FRASER 0

1 WARNER PACIFIC OT 2

1991 (8-7-2)

3 at George Fox 1

4 at Simon Fraser 1

1 vs. Pacific Lutheran OT 0

2 vs. Willamette 3

1 WASHINGTON 3

2 EVERGREEN STATE OT 2

2 at Central 1

1 at Seattle 2

2 at Pacific Lutheran 0

3 SIMON FRASER OT 3

1 PUGET SOUND 2

2 OREGON STATE 3

0 at Seattle Pacific 2

2 at Linfield 0

5 at Lewis & Clark 1

2 at Gonzaga 3

1 at Whitworth 0

1992 (8-8-0)

1 vs. Concordia 2

2 at Evergreen State 0

3 vs. Chico State 1

1 at Oregon State 2

1 GEORGE FOX 2

2 at Simon Fraser 0

4 at Evergreen State 2

2 at Puget Sound 1

2 CENTRAL 0

1 at Seattle Pacific 8

2 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 0

1 SEATTLE 2

0 SIMON FRASER 1

0 at Washington 4

1 WHITWORTH OT 0

2 at Pacific Lutheran OT 3

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1993 (3-11-1)

2 vs. Willamette 1

1 vs. Whitworth 8

0 at Concordia 6

1 at Portland State 3

0 at Pacific OT 0

0 at George Fox 1

1 SIMON FRASER 0

1 EVERGREEN STATE 2

4 at Central OT 3

1 PUGET SOUND 2

1 at Pacific Lutheran 2

0 at Seattle Pacific 6

0 at Seattle 7

0 at Whitworth 2

0 at Simon Fraser 4

1994 (2-13-0)

0 vs. Columbia 5

1 vs. Puget Sound 2

0 SEATTLE 4

1 EVERGREEN STATE 2

0 SIMON FRASER 5

0 CENTRAL 6

0 at Portland 6

0 at Seattle 2

2 PORTLAND STATE 1

1 GEORGE FOX 2

4 at Puget Sound OT 3

0 at Seattle Pacific 4

1 at Evergreen State 2

0 at Central 3

1 PUGET SOUND 3

1995 (4-11-1)

1 vs. George Fox 2

3 vs. Whitworth 0

1 CONCORDIA 3

0 SEATTLE 2

0 at Puget Sound 2

1 EVERGREEN STATE 0

3 POINT LOMA NAZARENE 1

0 at Seattle 4

0 SIMON FRASER 1

5 NORTHWEST 0

1 at Seattle Pacific 4

1 at Central 2

0 PUGET SOUND OT 0

0 at Evergreen State 2

0 at Simon Fraser 2

1 CENTRAL OT 2

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1996 (11-8-1)

4 vs. Cascade OT 4

2 at Evergreen State OT 3

2 at Pacific Lutheran 0

2 vs. Biola 3

1 vs. Linfield 2

5 at Cascade 0

2 at Linfield 1

1 SEATTLE 0

3 at Albertson OT 2

4 at Northwest Nazarene OT 1

0 at Simon Fraser 2

1 WESTERN BAPTIST 2

3 CONCORDIA 0

0 at Evergreen State 1

3 SIMON FRASER OT 2

3 at Central OT 2

12 NORTHWEST 0

0 at Seattle Pacific 2

3 at Seattle 2

0 at Seattle 1

1997 (12-6-1)

1 at Victoria 1

3 vs. Humboldt State 1

2 at Pacific OT 1

3 at Cal State Hayward 2

2 at San Francisco State OT 1

0 HAWAII PACIFIC 2

1 vs. Chico State 2

3 EVERGREEN STATE 0

3 SIMON FRASER 4

4 at Evergreen State 0

2 at Western Baptist OT 1

1 at Concordia 0

3 REGIS 2

0 at Seattle Pacific 9

0 at Simon Fraser 6

6 NORTHWEST 0

1 vs. Hawaii Pacific 0

1 at Simon Fraser 0

0 vs. Seattle 5

1998 (6-10-1)

0 CHICO STATE 3

1 PACIFIC 2

2 CONCORDIA 1

1 at Humboldt State OT 1

4 vs. Montana State Billings 1

0 INCARNATE WORD 3

0 SIMON FRASER 2

0 at Oregon State 3

4 WEST TEXAS A&M OT 3

0 at Seattle Pacific 2

4 HUMBOLDT STATE 1

0 at Simon Fraser 3

3 COLORADO MINES OT 4

0 at Seattle 2

2 BYU HAWAII 1

0 at Gonzaga 4

5 EVERGREEN STATE 0

1999 (11-6-1)

0 vs. UC Davis 4

3 vs. San Francisco State 2

4 at Humboldt State 1

3 vs. Chico State 2

0 vs. Sonoma State 1

1 at Incarnate Word 0

1 at West Texas A&M 6

1 SIMON FRASER OT 1

2 at Evergreen State 1

1 Oregon State OT 2

0 at Concordia 1

2 THE MASTER’S 1

4 at Northwest 1

6 BYU HAWAII 1

4 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 0

0 at Simon Fraser 3

3 HUMBOLDT STATE 0

1 at Seattle 0

2000 (8-9-0)

3 at San Francisco State 1

2 at Cal State Stanislaus OT 1

2 at Chico State 0

0 vs. UC Davis 2

2 at Sonoma State 3

6 WARNER PACIFIC 0

3 NORTHWEST 0

3 vs. Montana State Billings 1

0 at Gonzaga 5

1 at Cal State Dominguez Hills 2

0 HAWAII PACIFIC 1

3 BYU HAWAII OT 2

0 at Simon Fraser 6

1 HUMBOLDT STATE 2

0 at Seattle Pacific 3

1 at Northwest Nazarene 0

0 SEATTLE 1

2001 (9-10-1)

0 vs. Lewis 3

2 at Grand Canyon 5

0 at Cal State Dominguez Hills 1

1 at UC San Diego OT 0

2 CHICO STATE OT 1

1 SEATTLE 3

3 CONCORDIA 0

4 NORTHWEST NAZARENE 0

0 UC DAVIS 2

0 SONOMA STATE 1

2 SIMON FRASER 0

4 HUMBOLDT STATE 0

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

1 at Gonzaga 1

4 at Montana State Billings 0

0 at Oregon State 5

2 at Humboldt State 0

1 at Simon Fraser 0

1 at Seattle 4

1 at Seattle Pacific 0

2002 (15-4-1)

1 vs. San Francisco State 3

1 at Sonoma State 2

3 at Humboldt State 1

2 at Chico State 0

0 at UC Davis 2

2 at Northwest Nazarene OT 1

1 WHITWORTH 0

1 CASCADE 0

1 PUGET SOUND 0

1 SEATTLE PACIFIC OT 1

2 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 0

2 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS 1

1 SIMON FRASER 3

2 at Seattle 1

6 GRAND CANYON 1

7 HUMBOLDT STATE 1

7 EVERGREEN STATE 0

2 at Simon Fraser 1

1 at Seattle Pacific 0

2 SEATTLE 1

2003 (8-8-2)

1 at Grand Canyon OT 1

1 at Cal Poly Pomona 2

0 at Cal State Dominguez Hills 3

1 vs. CSU San Bernardino 5

0 at Cal State Bakersfield 3

0 SEATTLE 2

2 EVERGREEN STATE 0

4 at Humboldt State 1

2 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 0

2 SONOMA STATE 1

2 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 0

2 vs. Notre Dame DeNamur OT 1

1 SIMON FRASER 0

1 SEATTLE PACIFIC OT 1

2 at Simon Fraser 3

0 at Seattle 2

7 HUMBOLDT STATE 1

0 at Seattle Pacific 3

2004 (13-7-0)

0 WARNER PACIFIC 1

3 CAL POLY POMONA 1

2 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS OT 1

3 at San Francisco State 0

0 at Sonoma State OT 1

3 vs. Cal State San Bernardino 1

5 at Pacific 0

1 at Humboldt State 0

2 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 1

3 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 1

2 at Cal State Monterey Bay 1

3 at Chico State 0

0 at Seattle 4

1 at Simon Fraser 2

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

2 GRAND CANYON 0

4 EVERGREEN STATE 1

1 HUMBOLDT STATE 0

0 at Seattle Pacific 1

0 SEATTLE 1


2005 (3-16-1)

0 at Cal State L.A. OT 1

0 at Cal State Dominguez Hills 3

2 at Cal Poly Pomona 4

2 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD 3

1 SONOMA STATE 2

0 UC SAN DIEGO 2

1 CHICO STATE OT 0

2 GRAND CANYON OT 2

2 at Evergreen State 4

1 HUMBOLDT STATE 2

0 SEATTLE 3

0 at Seattle Pacific 3

0 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 1

3 NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR 2

0 SIMON FRASER 1

0 at Seattle 4

1 vs. Cal State San Bernardino 4

0 at Grand Canyon 2

4 at Humboldt State 2

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 5

2006 (2-17-1)

1 at Humboldt State 2

0 Cal State Dom. Hills 1

0 Cal State Stanislaus 3

1 at Sonoma State 3

0 Cal State L.A. 2

1 at Chico State 3

3 EVERGREEN STATE OT 2

0 GRAND CANYON 1

1 SEATTLE PACIFIC 4

2 at Cal State Bakersfield 4

1 at UC San Diego 2

2 NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR 7

5 PACIFIC LUTHERAN 1

0 at Simon Fraser OT 1

0 at Seattle 1

0 vs. Hawaii Pacific OT 1

1 at Grand Canyon 3

1 at Seattle Pacific 3

1 SEATTLE 3

2007 (13-6-1)

4 HAWAII HILO 0

2 CASCADE 1

1 SONOMA STATE 3

1 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 2

2 PACIFIC 0

1 at Montana State Billings 2

0 SEATTLE 1

3 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 0

2 GRAND CANYON 1

3 at Saint Martin’s 1

1 at Cal State Stanislaus 0

2 UC COLORADO SPRINGS 0

4 MARY 0

2 vs. Hawaii Pacific 0

3 vs. Hawaii Hilo 1

0 at Grand Canyon 1

1 at Seattle Pacific OT 1

0 at Seattle 2

5 SAINT MARTIN’S 1

2 SEATTLE PACIFIC 0

2008 (11-5-3)

1 CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY 0

1 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS 2

0 at Sonoma State 2

1 at Chico State OT 2

2 WARNER PACIFIC 1

1 GRAND CANYON OT 1

2 SIMON FRASER 0

4 NORTHWEST NAZARENE 0

1 at UC Colorado Springs OT 1

4 at Regis 5

10 at Colorado Christian 0

1 at Seattle Pacific 3

4 at Northwest Nazarene 2

3 at Saint Martin’s 1

1 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 0

2 at Montana State Billings 1

1 CAL STATE L.A. OT 1

6 SAINT MARTIN’S 0

3 SEATTLE PACIFIC 0

2009 (8-11-1)

1 SONOMA STATE OT 2

4 EVERGREEN STATE 1

2 HUMBOLDT STATE 1

2 CHICO STATE 3

1 METRO STATE OT 2

3 vs. Mesa State 0

0 at Grand Canyon 4

2 SIMON FRASER 3

1 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS OT 2

3 NORTHWEST NAZARENE 1

0 SEATTLE PACIFIC 1

1 at Saint Martin’s 2

4 at Northwest Nazarene OT 3

0 at Cal State Dominguez Hills 3

1 at Cal State L.A. 6

0 at Simon Fraser 2

4 at Seattle Pacific 0

3 at Montana State Billings 2

1 vs. Mary OT 1

2 SAINT MARTIN’S 0

2010 (10-6-2)

1 Chico State 2

4 Cal State Stanislaus OT 4

1 HUMBOLDT STATE 0

2 Metro State 1

6 Colorado Christian 0

2 at Seattle Pacific OT 2

2 at Northwest Nazarene 3

2 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS 3

0 at Simon Fraser 1

4 at Saint Martin’s OT 3

5 HAWAII PACIFIC 2

0 GRAND CANYON 2

5 MARY 0

3 SIMON FRASER 4

2 at Montana State Billings 1

7 NORTHWEST NAZARENE 0

2 SAINT MARTIN’S 0

2 SEATTLE PACIFIC 0

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NCAA Division II Championships

The NCAA Division II Championships tournament was initiated in

1981 with 10 teams participating in the inaugural competition.

National Champions

1973 Missouri-St. Louis

1974 Adelphi

1975 Baltimore

1976 Loyola (Md.)

1977 Alabama A&M

1978 Seattle Pacific

1979 Alabama A&M

1980 Lock Haven

1981 Tampa

1982 Florida International

1983 Seattle Pacific

1984 Florida International

1985 Seattle Pacific

1986 Seattle Pacific

1987 Southern Connecticut State

1988 Florida Tech

1989 Southern N.H.

1990 Southern Connecticut State

1991 Florida Tech

1992 Southern Connecticut State

1993 Seattle Pacific

1994 Tampa

1995 Southern Connecticut State

1996 Grand Canyon

1997 Cal State Bakersfield

1998 Southern Connecticut State

1999 Southern Connecticut State

2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2001 Tampa

2002 Sonoma State

2003 Lynn

2004 Seattle

2005 Fort Lewis

2006 Dowling

2007 Franklin Pierce

2008 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2009 Fort Lewis

2010 Northern Kentucky

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West Region Champions

1986 Seattle Pacific

1987 Seattle Pacific

1988 Cal State Northridge

1989 Cal State East Bay

1990 Seattle Pacific

1991 Sonoma State

1992 Seattle Pacific

1993 Seattle Pacific

1994 Seattle Pacific

1995 Cal State Bakersfield

1996 Grand Canyon

1997 Cal State Bakersfield

1998 Seattle Pacific

1999 UC Davis

2000 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2001 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2002 Sonoma State

2003 Chico State

2004 Seattle

2005 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2006 Seattle

2007 Sonoma State

2008 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2009 Cal State Dominguez Hills

2010 Chico State

Great Northwest Athletic

Conference Champions

2001 Seattle

2002 Western Washington

2003 Seattle

2004 Seattle

2005 Seattle

2006 Seattle Pacific/Seattle

2007 Seattle

2008 Western Washington

2009 Saint Martin’s

2010 Simon Fraser


SERIES RECORDS

Albertson 1-1-0

British Columbia 0-0-1

Biola 0-2-0

BYU Hawaii 3-0-0

Cal Berkeley 0-2-0

Cal Poly Pomona 1-2-0

Cal State Bakersfield 0-3-0

Cal State Dominguez Hills 2-7-0

Cal State Hayward 2-0-0

Cal State L.A. 0-3-1

Cal State Monterey Bay 2-0-0

Cal State San Bernardino 1-3-0

Cal State Stanislaus 2-1-1

Cascade 3-0-1

Central Washington 7-4-0

Chico State 7-7-0

Claremont-Mudd 1-0-0

Colorado Christian 2-0-0

Colorado Mines 0-1-0

Columbia 0-1-0

Concordia 4-4-0

Edmonds CC 1-1-0

Evergreen State 19-10-2

Fort Steilacoom CC 1-0-0

Fresno Pacific 1-0-0

George Fox 1-4-0

Gonzaga 6-4-1

Grand Canyon 4-8-4

Hawaii Hilo 2-0-0

Hawaii Pacific 3-3-0

Humboldt State 16-3-1

Incarnate Word 1-1-0

Lewis 0-1-0

Lewis & Clark 1-0-0

Linfield 2-1-0

Mary 2-0-1

Menlo 1-0-0

Mesa State 1-0-0

Metro State 1-1-0

Montana State Billings 12-3-0

Midwestern State 0-1-0

Northwest 5-0-0

Northwest Nazarene 9-1-0

Notre Dame de Namur 2-1-0

Oregon 0-2-0

Oregon State 3-6-0

Pacific 3-1-1

Pacific Lutheran 11-8-1

Point Loma Nazarene 1-0-0

Portland 1-10-0

Portland State 1-1-0

Puget Sound 13-10-3

Regis 1-1-0

Rockhurst 0-1-0

Saint Martin’s 7-1-0

St. Mary’s 0-1-0

San Francisco State 5-2-0

San Jose State 0-1-0

Seattle 18-25-1

Seattle Pacific 7-27-5

Simon Fraser 14-31-3

Sonoma State 1-10-0

Stanford 0-1-0

The Masters 1-0-0

Trinity Western 4-0-0

UC-Colorado Springs 1-0-1

UC Davis 1-4-0

UC San Diego 1-2-0

U.S. International 1-0-0

Victoria 0-0-1

Warner Pacific 4-8-0

Washington 1-12-1

Western Baptist 1-1-0

West Texas A&M 1-1-0

Whitworth 14-3-1

Willamette 3-2-0

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HALL OF FAME

NATIONAL HALL OF FAME

Six Western coaches and athletes are members

of the NAIA National Hall of Fame.

SAM CARVER

Known as the “Father of Western Athletics,”

Sam Carver was a standout student-athlete at

the school in 1912 and 1913. Shortly after, he

became coach of nearly every Western sport.

Carver coached six sports at Western, including

baseball for 10 years, basketball for 19 years,

football for 14 years, golf for 22 years, tennis for

18 years and track & field for 22 years. He also

was director of athletics for 18 years.

WWU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

Jim Adams Basketball

Robert Ames Football/Alumnus

Joanie Armstrong Crew

Lee Andersen Wrestling

Nola Ayres Alumnus

Willis Ball Football

Norm Bright Track

Dick Bruland Football

Jon Brunaugh Football

Debbie Carter Soccer

Dick Carver Basketball

Sam Carver Coach/Administrator

Hank Chamberlin Basketball

Jim Chapman Wrestling

Frank Chorvat Football

Steve Chronister Tennis

Ray Ciszek Track/Administrator

Al Cornett Football

Ron Crowe Basketball

Mike Dahl Basketball

Norm Dahl Track

Lorne Davies Alumnus

Kristy Dees Track

Rollie DeKoster Alumnus

Bob Diehl Coach

Annette Duvall Soccer

Dave Emery Swimming

Fred Emerson Football

Chuck Erickson Track

Mike Franza Basketball

Jack Frazier Football

Paula French Soccer

Dan Gagnon Track

Les Galley Baseball

Dominic Garguile Coach

Hoyt Gier Football

Butts Giraud Football

Ken Graham Alumnus

Hope Grimm Soccer

Lynda Goodrich Coach/Administrator

Cindy Gordon Soccer

Norm Hash Football

Wendy Hawley Basketball

Herb Hearsey Administrator

Kathy Hemion Basketball

Hester Hill Badminton

Jack Hubbard Coach

John Hunt Track

Allen James Track

Cathy Johnson Softball

James Johnson Basketball

Howard Jones Football

Jerry Joyce Coach/Administrator

Scarlett Kanistanaux Field Hockey

Manny Kimmie Basketball

Mike Kirk Basketball

Dwayne Kirkley Basketball

Kim Kolody Volleyball

The current home of Viking basketball is named

for Carver, who was inducted in 1957.

HERBERT HEARSEY

Western’s faculty athletic representative for

25 years, Herb Hearsey was instrumental in

developing the bulk of the eligibility rules used

by the NAIA.

Hearsey helped write the constitution and

bylaws of the Evergreen Conference which was

formed in 1948. He also was secretary of the

NAIA National Eligibility Committee.

A professor of library science and associate

director of Wilson Library during his 34 years at

Western, Hearsey was inducted in 1975.

Charles Lappenbusch Coach/Administrator

Peter LaBarge Soccer/Football

Fil Leanderson Coach

Claudia Lindor Golf

Pat Locker Football

Scott Lohr Football

Boyde Long Coach/Administrator

Jim Lounsberry Coach

C.W. “Bill” McDonald Administrator

Jo Metzger Basketball

Joe Moses Basketball

Larry Nielson Track/Cross Country

Jack Nighbert Baseball

Charmon Odle Basketball

Dick Pangallo Football

Stan Peterson Basketball

Genevie Pfueller Cross Country/Track

Lorrie Post Volleyball

Anna Rabel Basketball

Bruce Randall Baseball

Chuck Randall Coach

Vic Randall Football

Roger Repoz Baseball

Steve Richardson Football

Paul Rudis Golf

Gina Sampson Basketball

Walt Schilaty Track

Carl Schuler Administrator

John Skov Baseball

Rob Smith Coach

Boyd Staggs Baseball

Jim Sterk Football/Administrator

Scott Stokes Football

Ken Swalwell Track

Gerry Swan Track

Shirley Swanson Track

Wendy Taylor Track

Marilyn Thibodeau Track/Cross Country

Everett “Tye” Tiland Football

Robert Tisdale Football

Terry Todd Coach

William Tomaras Administrator

Don Trethewey Cross Country/Track

Chet Ullin Football

Jeff Van Kleeck Cross Country/Track

Dave VanderGriend Track

Tom Venable Soccer

Ralph Vernacchia Coach

Rob Visser Basketball

Mike Vorce Track

Judy Vose Badminton

Darrell Vreugdenhil Crew

Hollie Watson Track

Dave Weedman Football

Gary White Basketball

Tom Wigg Football

Joan Williamson Track

Bill Wright Golf

Frank “Moose” Zurline Football

LYNDA GOODRICH

One of just three women’s basketball coaches in

the NAIA to reach 400 career victories, Lynda

Goodrich continues to leave her mark on

athletics as an administrator.

A 1966 graduate of Western, Goodrich returned

to the school to coach basketball in 1971. Over

the next 19 seasons, she compiled a 411-125

record, guiding the Vikings to five national

tournaments.

Currently Western’s director of athletics,

Goodrich was inducted in 1986.

CHARLES LAPPENBUSCH

The developer of the “straight-line philosophy,”

Charles Lappenbusch was a member of Western’s

physical education department for 42 years.

Lappenbusch was athletic director for 30 years

and coached five sports. His most notable

coaching achievements came in football,

where he guided the 1938 squad to a 7-0-0

record, the only undefeated, untied season in

the team’s history.

Lappenbusch, who had an overall record of 81-

64-17 in football, was inducted in 1961.

JO METZGER

A forward on the women’s basketball team from

1977-81, Jo Metzger is the only Western athlete in

the NAIA Hall of Fame, being inducted in 1992.

Metzger was one of only 30 finalists for the Wade

Trophy, which goes to the nation’s top female

collegiate basketball player, in both 1980 and

1981. She also received first-team AIAW Division

II All-America honors in 1981.

Metzger was a four-time league and region allstar.

She held 15 school records at the end of

her career, including the career scoring mark

of 1,990 points.

Metzger is the only Western player to lead the

team in scoring four times and is the only

Viking ranked among the school’s Top 10 career

leaders in points, rebounds, assists, steals and

blocked shots.

CHUCK RANDALL

As the Western men’s coach for 18 seasons,

Chuck Randall compiled an impressive 275-

186 record.

Randall’s teams had winning records in his first

11 seasons, but the best campaign was 1971-72,

when the Vikings went 26-4 and reached the

quarterfinals of the NAIA National Tournament.

He also coached the baseball team to two

national appearances.

Randall invented the first breakaway rim and

founded the first basketball camp in the western

United States.

Called the “Coaches’ Coach” because so many of

his players became coaches themselves, Randall

was inducted in 1985.

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION/COACHES

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HEAD

COACHES

FALL

Men’s & Women’s

Soccer

Travis Connell

Volleyball

Diane Flick

Men’s & Women’s

Cross Country

Pee Wee Halsell

WINTER

Men’s Basketball

Brad Jackson

Women’s

Basketball

Carmen Dolfo

Men’s & Women’s

Indoor Track & Field

Pee Wee Halsell

SPRING

Softball

Amy Suiter

Men’s Golf

Steve Card

Women’s Golf

Bo Stephan

Women’s Crew

John Fuchs

Men’s & Women’s

Outdoor Track & Field

Pee Wee Halsell

Lynda Goodrich

Director of Athletics

Sara Nichols

Director of Development

for Athletics

Travis Connell

Men’s & Women’s Soccer

Bo Stephan

Women’s Golf

Tony Dominguez

Director of Strength

& Fitness Center

Dr. Brent Carbajal

Faculty Athletic

Representative

Carmen Dolfo

Senior Women’s

Administrator

Women’s Basketball

Diane Flick

Volleyball

Katie Rothenberg

Assistant Director of

Athletic Marketing

Viking Night Coordinator

Kevin Fenwick

Athletic Equipment

Coordinator

Steve Card

Associate AD/

Business Affairs

Men’s Golf

Dr. T.H.“Butch”Kamena

Compliance Officer

Academic Advisor

Assistant SID

John Fuchs

Women’s Crew

Lonnie Lyon

Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Jackson

Associate AD/

Community Relations

Men’s Basketball

Paul Madison

Sports Information

Director

Pee Wee Halsell

Indoor & Outdoor

Track & Field/

Cross Country

Julie Scrimsher

Staff Athletic Trainer

Steve Brummel

Director of Athletic

Marketing

SAAC Advisor

Amy Suiter

Softball

Masa Migita

Staff Athletic Trainer

Dorothy Goldsmith

Administrative

Assistant/Eligibility


ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY

Area Code 360

Director of Athletics - Lynda Goodrich ...........................................................................................................................................................650-3109

Associate AD for Business and Financial Affairs - Steve Card .........................................................................................................................650-3489

Associate AD for Community Relations - Brad Jackson ..................................................................................................................................650-3024

Director of Development for Intercollegiate Athletics - Sara Nichols .............................................................................................................650-2334

Senior Women’s Administrator - Carmen Dolfo .............................................................................................................................................650-7374

Director of Marketing - Steve Brummel ...........................................................................................................................................................650-7758

Assistant Director of Marketing - Katie Rothenberg ........................................................................................................................................650-4314

Compliance Officer/Academic Advisor - Dr. T.H. “Butch” Kamena ................................................................................................................650-6655

Ticket Manager - Jessie Phillips ........................................................................................................................................................................650-2583

Director of Strength and Fitness Center - Tony Dominguez ...........................................................................................................................650-7303

Administrative Assistant/Eligibility - Dorothy Goldsmith ..............................................................................................................................650-6525

Transportation Coordinator - Sunday Hull .....................................................................................................................................................650-7552

Volleyball Coach - Diane Flick .........................................................................................................................................................................650-2849

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Coach - Kelven “Pee Wee” Halsell .........................................................................................................650-3103

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Coach - Travis Connell .......................................................................................................................................650-3493

Men’s Basketball Coach - Brad Jackson ...........................................................................................................................................................650-3024

Women’s Basketball Coach - Carmen Dolfo ....................................................................................................................................................650-7374

Men’s and Women’s Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field Coach - Kelven “Pee Wee” Halsell .............................................................................650-3103

Men’s Golf Coach - Steve Card ........................................................................................................................................................................650-3489

Women’s Golf Coach - Bo Stephan .................................................................................................................................................................650-3109

Women’s Crew Coach - John Fuchs ................................................................................................................................................................650-7736

Softball Coach - Amy Suiter .............................................................................................................................................................................650-7783

Sports Information Director - Paul Madison ...................................................................................................................................................650-3108

Assistant SID - Butch Kamena ..........................................................................................................................................................................650-6655

Assistant SID - Kevin Nunn .............................................................................................................................................................................650-3688

Head Athletic Trainer - Lonnie Lyon ...............................................................................................................................................................650-3144

Staff Athletic Trainer - Julie Scrimsher .............................................................................................................................................................650-3144

Staff Athletic Trainer - Masa Migita .................................................................................................................................................................650-3144

Rehabilitation Athletic Trainer - Lori deKubber ..............................................................................................................................................650-3144

Team Orthopedic Physician - Dr. Michael Thorpe

Athletic Equipment Coordinator - Kevin Fenwick ..........................................................................................................................................650-7399

FAX Machine ....................................................................................................................................................................................................650-3495

Tickets ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 650-BLUE (2583)

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