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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SOCCER

Table of Contents

2005 General Information

2005 Schedule 1

Quick Facts/UConn Information 2

This is UConn Soccer 3

Postcards From Germany 4-5

UConn’s National Championships 6-7

UConn’s BIG EAST Championships 8-9

BIG EAST Dominance 10

Where Are They Now? 11

The Nation’s Most Popular Program 12

Marketing UConn Soccer 13

Connecticut And The MLS 14-15

UConn In The Media 16

Season Preview 17

The Roster 18

Player Breakdown 19

2005 Season Preview 20-22

Connecticut Coaching Staff 23

Head Coach Ray Reid 24-27

Associate Head Coach John Deeley 28

Assistant Coach Paul McDonough 29

Assistant Coach Kevin Bacher 30

Player Profiles 31

The Seniors 32-34

The Juniors 35-36

The Sophomores 37-40

The Newcomers 41-42

2004 Review 43

2004 Review 44-45

2004 Final Statistics 46

Departed Seniors 47-48

2004 Boxscores 49-50

The BIG EAST Conference 51

The BIG EAST Conference 52-53

UConn’s BIG EAST Tournament History 53

2004 BIG EAST Review 54-55

2005 BIG EAST Composite Schedule 56

Opponent Information 57

2005 Opponents 58-59

UConn vs. 2005 Opponents 60-61

UConn vs. All-Time Opponents 62

Record Book & Soccer History 63

NCAA Tournament History 64-65

Individual Records 66-67

Team Records 68-69

National Honors 70

BIG EAST Honors 71

New England & UConn Honors 72-73

Team Awards 74

All-Time Letterwinners 75-76

Year-by-Year Results 77-80

University of Connecticut 81

This is UConn 82-83

UConn 2000/21st Century UConn 84

Joseph J. Morrone Stadium 85

Close to Storrs 86-87

Top Ten Reasons to Attend UConn 88-89

Winning Moments 90-91

Friends of Soccer 92

Mark R. Shenkman Training Center 93

Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway 94

Counseling for Intercollegiate Athletes 95

Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine 96

CREDITS: The 2005 Connecticut Soccer Media Guide was written and designed by Alissa Clendenen,

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications. Cover Design by Thames Printing, Norwich, Conn.

Editing coordinating by Luanne Dunstan and special assistance from the UConn men’s soccer staff.

Published for the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics, Jeffrey Hathaway, Director.

Publication composed on IBM Adobe PageMaker. Photography by Stephen Slade; Bob Stowell;

UConn Communications; C.W. Pack, Honolulu, Hawaii; NCAA Photos, Rick Lawrence, Becky Taylor

and the men’s soccer coaches. Special thanks to Major League Soccer and its member teams for

providing photos used in this publication. Printed by: Thames Printing, Norwich, Conn.

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2005 Schedule

DAY DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME

Westfield Cup -- Akron, Ohio: Aug. 19-21

Fri. Aug. 19 vs. Maryland (exh.) Akron, Ohio 5:00 p.m.

Southern Methodist at Akron Akron, Ohio 7:30 p.m.

Sun. Aug. 21 Consolation (exh.) Akron, Ohio 1:00 p.m.

Championship (exh.) Akron, Ohio 3:30 p.m.

Sat. Aug. 27 DUKE (EXH.) Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

UConn adidas Soccer Classic -- Storrs, Conn.: Sept. 2-4

Fri. Sept. 2 Brown vs. Hartwick Storrs, Conn. 4:30 p.m.

ST. PETER’S Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Sun. Sept. 4 Brown vs. St. Peter’s Storrs, Conn. 4:30 p.m.

HARTWICK Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Brown Tournament -- Providence, R.I.: Sept. 9-11

Fri. Sept. 9 vs. George Mason Providence, R.I. 5:00 p.m.

UNC-Greensboro at Brown Providence, R.I. 7:30 p.m.

Sun. Sept. 11 vs. NC-Greensboro Providence, R.I. 12:00 p.m.

George Mason at Brown Providence, R.I. 2:30 p.m.

Fri. Sept. 16 at Cincinnati* Cincinatti, Ohio 7:00 p.m.

Sun. Sept. 18 at Louisville* Louisville, Ky. 2:00 p.m.

Fri. Sept. 23 ST. JOHN’S* (Boy Scout Night) Storrs, Conn. 7:30 p.m.

Sun. Sept. 25 SYRACUSE* (N.E. District Day) Storrs, Conn. 3:00 p.m.

Wed. Sept. 28 SACRED HEART Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Sun. Oct. 1 MARQUETTE* (Soccerfest) Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Wed. Oct. 5 PROVIDENCE* Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 8 at Notre Dame* South Bend, Ind. 7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 15 PITTSBURGH* (High School Night) Storrs, Conn. 7:00 P.m.

Wed. Oct. 19 BROWN Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 22 at Seton Hall* South Orange, N.J. 1:00 p.m.

Wed. Oct. 26 at West Virginia* Morgantown, W.V. 7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 29 GEORGETOWN* Storrs, Conn. 7:00 p.m.

(Hartford Courant/careerbuilder.com Senior Salute & Connecticut Junior Soccer Assoc. Parade)

Wed. Nov. 2 BIG EAST Conference First Round Campus Sites TBA

Sat. Nov. 5 BIG EAST Conference Quarterfinals Campus Sites TBA

Fri. Nov. 11 BIG EAST Conference Semifinals Storrs, Conn. TBA

Sun. Nov. 13 BIG EAST Conference Final Storrs, Conn. TBA

ALL HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

* BIG EAST Opponent

All Times EST

Dates & Times Subject to Change

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CONNECTICUT QUICK FACTS

Location Storrs, CT

Switchboard Telephone (860) 486-2000

Founded 1881

Total Enrollment 27,579

Colors National Flag Blue (Navy) and White

Nicknames UConn, Huskies

Affiliation NCAA Division I

Conference BIG EAST

President Dr. Philip E. Austin

Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway

Executive Associate Director of Athletics Neal Eskin

Division of Athletics Phone (860) 486-2725

Division of Athletics Fax (860) 486-3300

Athletic Ticket Office (860) 486-2724

Mailing Address University of Connecticut

Harry A. Gampel Pavilion

2095 Hillside Road, Unit 1173

Storrs, CT 06269-1173

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Associate Director of Athletics/Communications Michael Enright

Assistant Director of Athletics/Communications Kyle Muncy

Assistant Director/Athletic Communications Alissa Clendenen

Assistant Director/Athletic Communications Randy Press

Assistant Director/Athletic Communications Leigh Torbin

Athletic Communications Assistants Jennifer Hildebrand, Lydia Panayotidis

Athletic Communications Secretary Luanne Dunstan

Athletic Communications Office (860) 486-3531

Athletic Communications Fax (860) 486-5085

SNET Husky Sports Hotline (860) 486-5050

UConn Athletics Web site UConnHuskies.com

Athletic Communications Soccer Contact Alissa Clendenen

Clendenen Cell 860-481-9820

Clendenen E-mail alissa.clendenen@uconn.edu

CONNECTICUT MEN’S SOCCER

Program Began 1928

Total Games Played/Record 1141/643-415-83 (.600)

Number of Different Opponents Faced 125

Home Field/Capacity Joseph J. Morrone Stadium/8,574

Playing Surface Natural Grass

Head Coach Ray Reid (Southern Connecticut, 1982)

Overall Coaching Record/Years 266-63-28/16

Connecticut Coaching Record/Years 120-46-13/8

Associate Head Coach John Deeley (Southern Connecticut, 1980)

Assistant Coach Paul McDonough (USC-Spartanburg, 1996)

Assistant Coach Kevin Bacher (Syracuse, 2001)

Soccer Office Telephone Number (860) 486-4231

2004 Team Record 12-8-3

2004 BIG EAST Regular Season Record/Finish 5-4-1/6th

2004 BIG EAST Tournament Finish BIG EAST Champions

2004 NCAA Tournament Finish NCAA Second Round

Starters Returning/Lost 9/2

Letterwinners Returning/Lost 20/6

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QUICK FACTS/ GENERAL INFORMATION

Memo to the Media

The 2005 University of Connecticut Men's Soccer Media Guide has been

published to assist the various media outlets in their coverage of Connecticut

soccer.

Press seating is available at Morrone Stadium's fully enclosed and

heated press box, which is elevated above the playing field at midfield

behind the team bench area. Telephones (charge lines only) are available.

Press parking is available at the stadium (near the ice arena), and media

members are asked to request a parking pass at least one week in advance

of the game. Pre-game notes and statistics will be distributed prior to each

game. Halftime and final statistics also will be provided.

Interviews with Connecticut players and coaches should be prearranged

with Alissa Clendenen in the Athletic Communications Office.

On game days, no interviews will be allowed prior to the game, and all postgame

interviews will take place after a 10 minute cooling off period. All

interview requests for non-game days should be made at least 24 hours

in advance to Alissa Clendenen.

Visiting radio should contact the Athletic Communications Office at least

two weeks prior to the scheduled game. Telephone lines are available

to visiting radio for charge calls or collect calls only; the fee per

line will be $75.00.

The BIG EAST Conference offers an

up-to-date website in order to assist

the media. The website features

updated stats, standings and

schedule information on all BIG EAST

championship sports for all

BIG EAST schools.

TICKET INFORMATION

www.BIGEAST.org

Season Ticket- Reserved

11 Home Matches $77.00

Season Ticket- Reserved

Senior Citizens, Youths 18 and under $39.00

Single Game Reserved Tickets $8.00

Single Game General Admission (Adult) $6.00

Single Game General Admission

Sr. Citizens, 62 & Over/Youths, 18 & Under, Other college students

$4.00

UConn Student $2.00

Group Ticket Sales

groups of 20-49 $3.00/ea.

50 or more $2.00/ea.

UConn Athletic Ticket Office:

(860) 486-2724/Toll Free 1-877-AT UCONN (288-2666)

For Group Sales, Call Athletic Marketing:

(860) 486-0971


2004 BIG EAST Champion

UCONN HUSKIES

THIS IS

UCONN SOCCER

Postcards From Germany 4-5

National Championships 6-7

BIG EAST Championships 8-9

UConn’s BIG EAST Dominance 10

Where Are the Huskies Now? 11

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The Nation’s Most Popular Program 12

Marketing UConn Soccer 13

Connecticut and the MLS 14-15

UConn in the Media 16

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The Connecticut men’s soccer team

traveled to Germany from May 13-23, 2005,

for a truly once in a lifetime experience as

they took on the FC Bayern reserves, FC

Asheim and the Chinese Under-20 National

Team in exhibition matches.

With day trips to Salzburg, Austria, and

the concentration camp in Dachau, Germany,

the Huskies expanded their cultural

and historical knowledge of the region, in

addition to honing their skills on the playing

fields.

Hope you enjoy the team’s

“Postkarten von Deutschland”

Saturday, May 14

Stepping off the metro we were

on the brink of the last match to

be played in Olympic Stadium,

Bayern Munich vs. Nuremburg.

Walking, flowing rather, was a

sea of red and maroon shirts,

flags and scores chanting

“Bayern!.” Live music, food and

entertainment surrounded the

stadium and the air was electric.

At game time, the speakers

began to play the Bayern

Munich theme song.

It was a stadium full

of soccer fanatics,

including us.

-Karl -Karl Schilling

Schilling

Sophomore

Back/Midfielder

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POSTCARDS FROM GERMANY

Timeline

May 13 - Arrived in Munich, Germany.

May 14 - Attended Bayern Munich game versus Nuremberg.

Bayern won 6-3 in the final game to be played in Munich’s

Olympic Stadium.

May 15 - Traveled to Salzberg, Austria, the birthplace of Mozart

and the site of The Sound of Music.

May 16 - Toured the city of Munich.

May 17 - Defeated the FC Bayern reserves, 3-0.

May 18 - Toured the adidas factory, where they received an up

close look at the products for the 2006 World Cup in Germany

May 19 - Defeated FC Ascheim, 3-1.

May 20 - Explored Munich and celebrated Mpho Moloi’s 22nd birthday at the Hard Rock Cafe in Munich.

May 21 - Traveled to the Dachau and toured the concentration

camp used during World War II. Later watched the FA World

Cup from the comforts of the hotel.

May 22 - Fell to the Under-20 Chinese National Team, 1-0.

May 23 - Returned to Connecticut for the summer.

The Huskies cheer on Bayern Munich to a 3-0 victory

over Nuremburg in the last match

played in Olympic

Stadium.

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POSTCARDS FROM GERMANY

Despite the rigorous three-game schedule, the

Huskies found plenty of time to relax, have fun and

enjoy the team camaraderie.

Saturday, May 21

We left for the city of Dachau

and visited a castle and

courtyard for an hour. After

that we visited a concentration

camp used during World

War II. We watched a video

describing what went on

there during the war and

then we all walked around

and looked at the different

memorials inside the

concentration camp.

It was very moving.

-Adam -Adam -Adam Schuerman Schuerman Schuerman

Senior Goalie

Friday, May 20

We woke up around nine and went

for a relaxing swim session with

coach West at a nearby swimming

complex. Most of the guys

rekindled the child within them,

some a little too much, upon the

sight of a rather large twisting

water slide. Members of the team

enjoyed the slide so much they’d

run up the ladder wasting no time

with some of the biggest smiles

on their face and creating trains

of players going down

the slide at once. It must

be the simple things in

life that bring the most

joy.

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-Glen -Glen -Glen -Glen -Glen Carnahan Carnahan Carnahan Carnahan Carnahan

Junior Back

A memorial at the

Dachau Concentration

Camp in Dachau,

Germany.

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UCONN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 1948 Husky soccer team defeated Fort

Devens, 5-0, en route to being granted the

NSCAA Championship and completing its

undefeated season (11-0).

In 1981, the University of Connecticut men’s

soccer team went 20-3-2 en route to a 2-1

overtime win over Alabama A&M in the NCAA

Championship game.

Chris Gbandi celebrates after guiding the 2000

Huskies to the school’s third national

championship.


UCONN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2000 season

class won over

three-fourths of

their games over

four years

before winning

the NCAA

College Cup.

Head Coach Ray Reid is congratulated

by former athletic director Lew

Perkins after the 2000 championship.

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The 2000 Huskies

flew through the

NCAA Tournament,

taking the championship

with a 2-0

win over Creighton.

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UCONN’S BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

The University of Connecticut men’s soccer team won

its fifth BIG EAST Tournament Championship in

school history on Nov. 14, 2004, as it defeated Seton

Hall in penalty kicks, 5-3, after the two teams played

to a 0-0 tie through regulation and double overtime.

Year Opponent Score

1983 Syracuse 5-1

1984 Providence 1-0

1989 Seton Hall 3-1

1999 Georgetown 2-0

2004 Seton Hall 0-0 (5-3 PKs)


UCONN’S BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Willis Forko

All-BIG EAST

Third Team

Steve Sealy

BIG EAST Tournament

Most Outstanding

Offensive Player

BIG EAST

Regular Season

Championships

1985

1987

1988

1989

1998

1999

Karl Schilling

BIG EAST

Tournament

Most Outstanding

Defensive Player

2000

2001

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UCONN ALUMNI

Player (Years Played) Occupation

John Blomstrann (73-75) Athletics Director/Science Teacher, E.O. Smith High School

Ryan Brown (97-00) Project Director, Greenwich Associates

Neil Brickley (74-75) Projects Director, Close, Jensen & Miller

Elvis Comrie (78-91) Head Men’s Soccer Coach, Holy Cross

Chris Gbandi (98-01) Professional soccer player, FC Dallas (MLS)

Garrett Grinsfelder (98-00) Sales Associate

Bryheem Hancock (98-01) Goalkeeper, Toronto ‘A’ League

Donny Mark (99-00) Playing Professional Soccer in China

Fernando Morales (99-02) Accountant – Price, Waterhouse, Cooper

Michael Mordocco (99-02) Mortgage Broker

Kyle Muncy (90-91) Assistant Athletics Director, University of Connecticut

Mansour Ndiaye (98-01) UConn’s Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletics,

Enrolled in Doctorate Program

Lindon Pecorelli (00-03) Drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes of the MLS in 2004

Tony Pierce (80-83) Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach, Wisconsin-Green Bay

Brent Rahim (97-00) Plays soccer for Fulkirk, First Division of Scotland

Damani Ralph (01-02) Plays soccer for FC Rubin Kazan, First Division of Russia

Jim Renehan (79-81) Director of Coaching, Richmond Kickers

Bobby Rhine (94-96, 98) Professional soccer player, FC Dallas (MLS)

Edwin Rivera (97-00) Account Manager/Transformation Enzymes

Mike Rueda (98-00) Law School, Suffolk University, Boston, Mass.

Eric Soares (98-01) Owner, New England Computer Solutions

Shavar Thomas (01-02) Professional soccer player, Kansas City Wizards (MLS)

Kevin Trainor (94-97) High School Teacher

Lenny Tsantiris (73-76) Head Women’s Soccer Coach, University of Connecticut

Max Zieky (97-00) Account Manager/Dell, Inc.

MATT ZIEKY

CHRIS GBANDI

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DONNY MARK

EDWIN RIVERA

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Top 10 Morrone Stadium Crowds

(All Games)

Opponent Att. Date W/L

1. Alabama A&M 9,200 Oct. 24, 1982 L, 3-1 (ot)

2. Alabama A&M 8,365** Nov. 27, 1983 W, 1-0

3. San Francisco 7,800 Oct. 3, 1982 T, 1-1 (ot)

4. Columbia 7,700** Dec. 4, 1983 L, 4-0

5. Long Island 7,400** Nov. 29, 1981 W, 3-0

6. Harvard 7,328** Nov. 15, 1987 L, 1-0 (ot)

7. Harvard 6,948** Nov. 25, 1984 L, 1-0 (ot)

8. Boston University 6,856** Nov. 24, 1985 L, 2-1 (ot)

9. Philadelphia Textile 6,800 Nov. 7, 1982 T, 1-1 (ot)

10. Alabama A&M 6,500 Nov. 1, 1981 T, 1-1 (ot)

Top 10 Morrone Stadium Crowds

(BIG EAST Games Only)

Opponent Att. Date W/L

1. St. John’s 6,070 Sept. 26, 1999 W, 3-0

2. Providence** 5,998 Nov. 20, 1983 W, 2-0

3. St. John's 5,605 Oct. 9, 1994 L, 0-1

4. Seton Hall 5,169 Oct. 7, 1990 W, 2-1 (ot)

5. Syracuse 5,037 Sept. 22, 1991 W, 2-1

6. Georgetown 5,011 Oct. 5, 2002 W, 5-1

7. Seton Hall* 4,904 Nov. 8, 1987 L, 2-1

8. Syracuse* 4,805 Nov. 10, 1985 L, 1-0

9. Notre Dame* 4,802 Oct. 18, 2004 W, 1-0

10. Seton Hall* 4,638 Nov. 5, 1989 W, 3-1

*- BIG EAST Tournament Game **- NCAA Tournament game

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THE NATION’S MOST POPULAR PROGRAM

2004

2004

Home Attendance – 28,728 (1st in Nation)

Home Average – 2,209 (3rd)

2003

2003

Home Attendance – 26,202 (3rd)

Home Average – 2,382 (2nd)

2002

2002

Home Attendance - 27,714 (1st)

Home Average - 2,519 (1st)

2001

2001

Home Attendance - 34,674 (6th)

Home Average - 1,576 (2nd)

2000

2000

Home Attendance - 38,804 (1st)

Home Average - 2,772 (1st)

1999

1999

Home Attendance - 36,344 (1st)

Home Average - 2,423 (2nd)

1998

1998

Home Attendance - 33,830 (1st)

Home Average - 2,416 (3rd)

Home Attendance Numbers

(1982-Present)

Year Total Avg.

2004 28, 728 2,209

2003 26,202 2,382

2002* 27,714 2,519

2001 34,674 1,576

2000* 38,804 2,772

1999* 36,344 2,423

1998* 33,830 2,416

1997 14,897 1,146

1996 14,577 1,215

1995 15,156 1,263

1994 27,204 3,023

1993 19,769 1,797

1992 21,670 2,408

1991 29,880 2,940

1990 33,482 2,576

1989 43,106 2,873

1988 45,875 3,058

1987 49,948 3,324

1986 36,229 2,786

1985 57,895 3,860

1984 58,167 3,635

1983 64,535 3,796

1982 64,300 4,287


MARKETING UCONN SOCCER

Preseason Exhibition: Aug. 27, 7:00 p.m. vs. Duke

Get your first glimpse of the Huskies as they take on the

2004 College Cup semifinalist Blue Devils in the final preseason

scrimmage for both squads.

Sept. 2-4, UConn adidas Classic

Sept. 2, 7:00 p.m. vs. St. Peter’s/Sept. 4, 7:00 p.m. vs. Hartwick

Connecticut will play host at the annual UConn adidas Classic.

The men open up the 2005 regular season against St.

Peter’s before taking on Hartwick, while Ivy League member

Brown also participates in the weekend’s action.

Sept. 23, 7:00 p.m. vs. St. John’s

Boy Scout Night: All Connecticut Boy Scouts will receive a

special ticket price to the game.

Sept. 25, 3:00 pm vs. Syracuse

Northeast District Night: All Northeast District members

receive a special ticket price to the game!

Jr. Husky Club Day: All Junior Husky Club Members who

attend with one paying adult get in free.

Oct. 1, 7:00 pm vs. Marquette

Soccerfest: A celebration of soccer! Soccerfest features

inflatables, giveaways, face painting and more as the Huskies

take on BIG EAST newcomer Marquette.

Oct. 15, 7:00 p.m. vs. Pittsburgh

High School Night: Complimentary admission to all high

school soccer teams who register their roster!

Oct. 29, 7:00 pm vs. Georgetown

Hartford Courant/Careerbuilder.com Senior Salute:

The Careerbuilder.com Senior Salute will be held at the last

regular season home game. The Careerbuilder.com

Senior Salute is a special event dedicated to honoring the

Husky seniors for their years of dedication to the soccer

program. CJSA Parade is also held prior to this game.

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UConn’s All-Time

MLS Roster

Player Most Recent Team Years In MLS

David Castellanos Colorado 2004

Sam Forko New York-New Jersey 2002

Chris Gbandi Dallas 2003-present

Bryheem Hancock Los Angeles 2003

Darin Lewis New York-New Jersey 2002

Mansour Ndiaye New York-New Jersey

Lindon Pecorelli San Jose

Brent Rahim Los Angeles

Damani Ralph Chicago 2003-2004

Bobby Rhine Dallas 1999-present

Maurizio Rocha Miami 1999-2000

Shavar Thomas Kansas City 2003-present

UConn’s All-Time

MLS Draft Picks

Year Player Round Pick Team

1999 Bobby Rhine 1st 6th Dallas

Maurizio Rocha Project-40 Miami

2001 Brent Rahim 4th 45th Los Angeles

2002 Chris Gbandi 1st 1st Dallas

Sam Forko 3rd 30th NY-NJ

Mansour Ndiaye 1st 7th NY-NJ

Bryheem Hancock 2nd 22nd Los Angeles

2003 Shavar Thomas 1st 10th Dallas

Damani Ralph 2nd 18th Chicago

2004 Lindon Pecorelli 3rd 30th San Jose

2005 Easton Wilson 4th 38th New England

Esteban Arias 3rd 33rd Chivas USA

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UCONN AND MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

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Chris Gbandi


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UCONN AND MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

Sam

Forko

Easton Wilson

Darin Lewis

Damani

Ralph

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Bryheem

Hancock

Bobby Rhine

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The University of Connecticut men’s soccer program

continues to rank in a class by itself when the issue of

media coverage arises. The Connecticut soccer program

boasts the largest media following (print and electronic)

of any collegiate soccer program in the BIG EAST

Conference, Northeast region, and one of the largest in

the entire nation. Connecticut’s home games attract

between eight and 10 daily newspapers, three radio

stations, and three or four television stations to report on

the Huskies.

UConn Soccer and Television

The Connecticut soccer program was a pioneer in the development

of college soccer on television, both nationally and regionally.

In all, Connecticut soccer has a long history of television exposure.

The Huskies have appeared on ESPN 19 times, including ESPN’s live

coverage of Connecticut’s 2-1 overtime victory against Alabama A&M

for the 1981 NCAA National Championship and UConn’s 2-0 win

versus Creighton to capture the 2000 NCAA National Championship.

On ESPN, Connecticut has faced top national opponents such as St.

Louis, UCLA, San Francisco, Virginia and North Carolina.

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UCONN MEDIA COVERAGE

WHUS and Connecticut

Soccer: A Fall Tradition

John Tuite enters

his 22nd year as the

"Voice of Connecticut

Soccer" on WHUS-

FM Radio (91.7 FM).

Tuite currently serves

as the Voice of

Connecticut Soccer

for WHUS, the UConn

campus radio station which broadcasts

Husky soccer games, home and away.

Tuite has accompanied the Husky soccer

team on every major intersectional trip

since 1983. In addition to his duties at

WHUS, Tuite is a news and sports

reporter for WILI-AM and I-98 FM Radio

in nearby Willimantic, Conn.

Tuite began working at WHUS in 1982,

and became a full-time play-by-play

announcer in 1983.

The Storrs, Conn., native has been

honored on several occasions by the

Connecticut Associated Press for

outstanding sports play-by-play. In 1993,

Tuite received the New England Collegiate

Soccer Association "Media Award". He

also was honored by the Associated

Press for his broadcast of the 1984 NCAA

National Tournament regional match

between UConn and Harvard and is a

past recipient of the UConn Friends of

Soccer "Recognition Award".

The fall of 2005 marks the 34th

consecutive year that WHUS-Radio, 91.7

FM in Storrs, Conn., will broadcast University

of Connecticut soccer. Since this unique

tradition of live intercollegiate soccer

broadcasts was begun, WHUS-Radio has

carried Husky soccer games home and away,

providing the soccer program the

most extensive radio coverage of any

NCAA soccer team in the nation.

The WHUS signal carries 60 miles from

Storrs, and its broadcasts of Connecticut

soccer can be heard in Central

Massachusetts, Vermont, Long Island and

Rhode Island. It can also be found live via

the Internet at www.whus.org.


Senior Co-Captain

MPHO MOLOI

2005 Season Previw

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Rosters 18

Player Breakdown 19

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Numerical Roster

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2005 ROSTER

No. Name Yr. Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Hometown/Last School

1 Alex Horwath Fr. G 6-2 175 Woodbine, Md./McDonogh

2 Mpho Moloi (c) Sr. M 5-7 140 Soweto, South Africa/St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.)

3 Julius James (c) So. B 6-0 173 Maloney Gardens, Trinidad/St. Anthony’s College

4 Moshe Shalchon (c) Jr. B 6-1 175 Rishon Lezioh, Israel/Efraim Kutzir

5 Karl Schilling So. B/M 6-0 160 Canton, Conn./Canton

6 Glen Carnahan Jr. B 6-0 176 Broomfield, Colo./Broomfield

7 O’Brian White Fr. M 6-1 175 Scarborough, Ontario/Lester B. Pearson

8 Stephen Cenatiempo Fr. M 5-9 160 Norwalk, Conn./Norwalk

9 Chukwudi Chijindu So. F 5-10 175 Fontana, Calif./Damien

10 Kevin Burns Jr. M 6-1 165 Greenfield, Ind./The Pendleton School (Fla.)

11 Grayson Glass Fr. B 5-8 155 Auburn, Calif./Jesuit

12 Steve Sealy Jr. F 6-0 165 St. James, Trinidad/St. Anthony’s College

13 Stanley Ford Jr. F 6-2 175 Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool

15 Bonginkosi Macala So. F 6-0 170 Pretoria, South Africa/University of Pretoria

16 Louis Jones So. B 5-11 180 Jackson, Miss./St. Joseph Catholic

17 Brandon Guishard So. B 5-10 180 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

18 Adam Schuerman Sr. G 6-0 180 Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East

19 Willis Forko Sr. B 5-9 150 Houston, Texas/South Carolina

20 Dori Arad Fr. M 5-9 165 Hahotrim, Israel/Ma’agan Michael

21 Joe Boa Fr. M 5-9 170 Brookfield, Conn./Brookfield

22 Ryan Cordeiro So. F/M 5-11 175 Highland Mills, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury

23 David Fromayan So. M 5-7 150 Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore

24 Abe Chehebar Fr. M/B 5-10 165 Briarcliff Manor, N.Y./Ossing

25 Brett Pollack So. G 6-1 170 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

26 Drew Brown Sr. M 5-10 150 Middletown, Conn./Xavier

27 Caesar Lopez So. F 5-10 165 Orlando, Fla./Cypress Creek

28 Pat Halligan So. F 5-7 142 Fairmouth, Maine/Fairmouth

Head Coach: Ray Reid (Southern Connecticut ’82, Ninth season )

Associate Head Coach: John Deeley (Southern Connecticut ’80, Ninth Season )

Assistant Coaches: Paul McDonough (South Carolina-Spartanburg ’96, Third Season ) and Kevin Bacher (Syracuse ’01), Fourth Season

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name Yr. Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Hometown/Last School

20 Dori Arad Fr. M 5-9 165 Hahotrim, Israel/Ma’agan Michael

21 Joe Boa Fr. M 5-9 170 Brookfield, Conn./Brookfield

26 Drew Brown Sr. M 5-10 150 Middletown, Conn./Xavier

10 Kevin Burns Jr. M 6-1 165 Greenfield, Ind./The Pendleton School (Fla.)

6 Glen Carnahan Jr. B 6-0 176 Broomfield, Colo./Broomfield

8 Stephen Cenatiempo Fr. M 5-9 160 Norwalk, Conn./Norwalk

24 Abe Chehebar Fr. M/B 5-10 165 Briarcliff Manor, N.Y./Ossining

9 Chukwudi Chijindu So. F 5-10 175 Fontana, Calif./Damien

22 Ryan Cordeiro So. F/M 5-11 175 Highland Mills, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury

13 Stanley Ford Jr. F 6-2 175 Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool

19 Willis Forko Sr. B 5-9 150 Houston, Texas/South Carolina

23 David Fromayan So. M 5-7 150 Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore

11 Grayson Glass Fr. B 5-8 155 Auburn, Calif./Jesuit

17 Brandon Guishard So. B 5-10 180 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

28 Pat Halligan So. F 5-7 142 Fairmouth, Maine/Fairmouth

1 Alex Horwath Fr. G 6-2 175 Woodbine, Md./McDonogh

3 Julius James (c) So. B 6-0 173 Maloney Gardens, Trinidad/St. Anthony’s College

16 Louis Jones So. B 5-11 180 Jackson, Miss./St. Joseph Catholic

27 Caesar Lopez So. F 5-10 165 Orlando, Fla./Cypress Creek

15 Bonginkosi Macala So. F 6-0 170 Pretoria, South Africa/University of Pretoria

2 Mpho Moloi (c) Sr. M 5-7 140 Soweto, South Africa/St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.)

25 Brett Pollack So. G 6-1 170 New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle

5 Karl Schilling So. B/M 6-0 160 Canton, Conn./Canton

18 Adam Schuerman Sr. G 6-0 180 Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East

12 Steve Sealy Jr. F 6-0 165 St. James, Trinidad/St. Anthony’s College

4 Moshe Shalchon (c) Jr. B 6-1 175 Rishon Lezioh, Israel/Efraim Kutzir

7 O’Brian White Fr. M 6-1 175 Scarborough, Ontario/Lester B. Pearson

Head Coach: Ray Reid (Southern Connecticut ’82, Ninth season )

Associate Head Coach: John Deeley (Southern Connecticut ’80, Ninth Season )

Assistant Coaches: Paul McDonough (South Carolina-Spartanburg ’96, Third Season ) and Kevin Bacher (Syracuse ’01), Fourth Season


2005 PLAYER BREAKDOWN

Huskies By...

CLASS

Seniors (4)

Brown, Forko, Moloi, Schuerman

Juniors (5)

Burns, Carnahan, Ford, Sealy, Shalchon

Sophomores (11)

Chijindu, Cordeiro, Fromayan, Guishard, Halligan, James,

Jones, Lopez, Macala, Pollack, Schilling

Freshman (8)

Arad, Boa, Cenatiempo, Chehebar, Glass, Horwath, White

POSITION

Forwards (7)

Chijindu, Cordeiro, Ford, Halligan, Lopez, Macala, Sealy

Midfielders (9)

Arad, Boa, Brown, Burns, Cenatiempo, Chehebar, Fromayan,

Moloi, White

Backs (8)

Carnahan, Forko, Glass, Guishard, James, Jones, Schilling,

Shalchon

Goalkeepers (3)

Horwath, Pollack, Schuerman

1 1 9 9

9

California (2)

Chijindu

Glass

Colorado (1)

Carnahan

Connecticut (4)

Boa

Brown

Cenatiempo

Schilling

Indiana (1)

Burns

Florida (2)

Lopez

UConn head coach Ray Reid and his staff recruit talented student-athletes from all over the globe which gives the Huskies a

unique international flair. The 2004 roster includes student-athletes from 12 states and four countries. This season’s Husky

squad comes to Storrs from:

1. California

2. Colorado

3. Connecticut

4. Indiana

Coach Reid (left), along with Moshe

Shalchon, Director of Athletics Jeff

Hathaway, Julius James, Mpho

Moloi and Associate Athletic Director

Pat Babcock, for the presentation of

the 2004 BIG EAST Tournamnet

trophy at a men’s basketball game.

5. Florida

6. Maine

7. Maryland

8. Mississippi

9. New Jersey

10. New York

11. Texas

12. Wisconsin

HOME STATE/COUNTRY

Maine (1)

Halligan

Maryland (1)

Horwath

Mississippi (1)

Jones

New Jersey (2)

Cameron

New York (6)

Chehebar

Cordeiro

Ford

Fromayan

Guishard

Pollack

Pronunciation Guide

Texas (1)

Forko

Wisconsin (1)

Schuerman

Canada (1)

White

Israel (2)

Arad

Shalchon

South Africa (2)

Macala

Moloi

Trinidad (2)

James

Sealy

Bacher = Baa-ker

Cenatiempo = Sena-Tee-Empo

Chukwudi Chinjindu = Chuck-Wood-ee Sheh-Gin-Dew

Fromayan = Fro-my-Ann

Guishard = Goo-Shard

Bonginkosi Macala = Bon-Gin-Koe-See Ma-Ca-La

Mpho Moloi = M-poe Ma-loy

Moshe Shalchon = Moe-shay Shall-Ch-Own

13. Canada

14. Israel

15. South Africa

16. Trinidad

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Coming off the program’s fifth BIG EAST Tournament

championship in 2004, the University of

Connecticut men’s soccer team heads into the

2005 season with high hopes and the tenacity

to achieve great things in the coming

months. Led by Ray Reid, the

winningest active coach in the

NCAA, the Huskies boast one of

the most talented and deepest rosters

in recent history and are set

to contend for the BIG EAST

and NCAA Championships this

fall.

Nine starters return from last

year’s squad that kept opponents

scoreless throughout the conference

tournament, including All-BIG EAST

honorees Julius James (Maloney

Gardens, Trinidad), Mpho Moloi

(Soweto, South Africa), Chukwudi

Chijindu (Fontana, Calif.) and

Willis Forko (Houston, Texas).

In addition to the strong core of

returnees, the Huskies welcome

a small, but extremely

talented recruiting class that

was tagged in the top 20 by College

Soccer News prior to the season.

Eight freshman from four states

and three countries join the Huskies this

fall and are expected to make immediate contributions in

the 2005 campaign.

“We have a great group of new players coming in,” Reid

said. “A few of them are expected to make an instant impact

and they’ll really be important to increasing our depth

and extending our strengths.”

With the loss of just four seniors, 20 players with game

experience return to provide the Huskies with a more pronounced

depth than the team has seen in quite some time

with youthful exuberance left back in 2004, the experienced

veterans are set to move forward with their lessons learned.

“I think the players really learned last year that it’s important

to start off strong straight from the blocks,” Reid said.

“They know that we can’t squander the early games because

it will hurt the team down the stretch with seeding in

the NCAA Tournament and the chance to have home field

advantage.”

Taking advantage of every opportunity for success will be

crucial, as the Huskies are set to embark on one of the

toughest schedules in the country. Before the season is

even underway, UConn will face two national semifinalist

teams from a year ago in ACC powerhouses Maryland and

Duke in preseason action.

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“We want to face the best possible opponents in the

preseason,” Reid said. “We’ll really know what level

this team is capable of playing at as we head into

the regular season to face some incredibly

talented teams in one of the toughest conferences

in the country.”

The regular season gets underway

with the annual UConn/adidas Soccer

Classic Labor Day Weekend at Joseph

J. Morrone Stadium in Storrs, Conn.

The tournament field of Brown, St.

Peter’s and Hartwick will face off with

games on Friday, Sept. 2 and Sunday,

Sept. 4. Tournament action will

continue the following weekend as

the Huskies head to Brown to square

off against George Mason (9/9) and

UNC-Greensboro (9/11). The Spartans

from UNCW went undefeated

through 17 games last season and

finished the year with a record of 19-3-

1 with a 1-0 overtime loss to UC-Santa

Barbara in the third round of the NCAA

Tournament.

UConn opens BIG EAST action the weekend

of Sept. 16-18 with a road contests versus

conference newcomers Cincinnati (9/

Sophomore Forward

CHUKWUDI CHIJINDU

adidas/UConn

Soccer Classic

Joseph J. Morrone Stadium

Friday and Sunday, September 2 & 4

The 2005 adidas/UConn Classic will again be one of

the nation’s premier in-season tournaments this fall.

The tournament will embark on its sixth season of

night soccer with lights at Morrone Stadium in Storrs.

The annual UConn adidas Classic will kick off the

Huskies’ regular season home schedule. This year, the

four-team field features three other teams from the

Northeast area with Hartwick (Oneonta, NY.), St. Peter’s

(Jersey City, N.J.) and Brown (Providence, R.I.).

This year’s schedule pits the Huskies against St.

Peter’s on Friday night at 7 at Joseph J. Morrone

Stadium, following the early game between Hartwick

and Brown at 4:30 p.m. The tournament resumes on

Sunday, September 4 when St. Peter’s and Brown go

head-to-head at 4:30 pm, and Connecticut closes out

the weekend against Hartwick at 7:00 pm.

Last season, the Huskies split the tournament slate,

rolling over Richmond 4-0 before falling to eventual

national runner-up UC-Santa Barbara, 1-0.


2005 PREVIEW

16) and Louisville (9/18) before returning home for seven of

the next eight games. Highlighted by a visit from NCAA

Quarterfinalist St. John’s, the Huskies play host to the Red

Storm (9/23), Syracuse (9/25), Sacred Heart (9/28), Marquette

(10/1) and Providence (10/5) during a five-game homestand.

After making a brief road trip to take on Notre Dame (10/8),

UConn returns to Storrs for games against Pittsburgh (10/15)

and Brown (10/19).

The Huskies then head back out on the road to face Seton

Hall (10/22) and West Virginia (10/26). The contest versus

the Pirates will be a rematch of the 2004 BIG EAST Championship,

where the Huskies earned the trophy on a 5-3 penalty

kick decision after playing to a scoreless tie through 110

minutes of action. Georgetown will visit UConn on October

29 to wrap up the regular season for both teams before the

conference tournament.

The 2005 BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Championship will feature

the top 12 of the league’s 16 teams. The top six teams in

each division, seeded by conference point total, qualify for

the Conference Championship. The top two teams in each

division earn a first round bye to the quarterfinals. The first

round and quarterfinal games will be held on the campus of

the higher seeded team. First round games will be held on

Nov. 2-3, with the Quarterfinals following on Nov. 5-6. UConn

will serve as host for the semifinals (Nov. 11) and the championship

game (Nov. 13). Selection and seeding are based on

regular season conference

records. The champion receives

the league’s automatic

bid to the 48-team

NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer

Championship.

Sophomore Back

KARL SCHILLING

FORWARDS

Sophomores Chukwudi

Chijindu (Fontana, Calif.)

and Bonginkosi Macala

(Pretoria, South Africa) lead

the offensive charge as the

top two scorers from last

season. Chijindu led the

team with six goals and

four assists for 16

points, while Macala

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Senior Midfielder

MPHO MOLOI

was not far behind with five

goals and four assists for 14

points. Both players earned

BIG EAST Rookie of the Week

honors for their respective performances

throughout the year last season and Chijindu finished

the year with third team All-BIG EAST accolades.

Joining Chijindu and Macala in the top-scoring ranks is junior

Steve Sealy (St. James, Trinidad), who finished the

2004 season with five goals, four of which were game-winning

tallies.

Returning sophomore letterwinners Caesar Lopez (Orlando,

Fla.) and Pat Halligan (Falmouth, Maine) could also

see some time on the front line in 2005.

Forwards

9 Chukwudi Chijindu F So. 5-10 175

12 Steve Sealy F Jr. 6-0 175

15 Bonginkosi Macala F So. 6-0 170

22 Ryan Cordeiro F/M So. 5-11 175

27 Caesar Lopez F So. 5-10 165

28 Pat Halligan F So. 5-7 142

MIDFIELD

Charged with a defensive mindset, while still recognizing

the need for a strong offensive attack, the midfield line is

one of the deepest positions for the Huskies. Senior and

three-year captain Mpho Moloi (Soweto, South Africa) will

continue to lead the midfield with his defensive abilities and

athletic skills, while fellow senior Drew Brown (Middletown,

Conn.) adds a wealth of experience from the last three years.

Kevin Burns (Greenfield, Ind.), who started 14 of the last

15 games in 2004, is expected to continue moving forward

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and stepping into a larger role in his junior season. Sophomore

Ryan Cordeiro (Highland Mills, N.Y.) is also projected

to see considerable playing time this season after taking part

in 20 games last year, while fellow sophomore David

Fromayan (Bay Shore, N.Y.) will also make inroads into

seeing some time in the midfield.

Joining the veterans in them midfield are freshmen Dori

Arad (Hahotrim, Israel), Joe Boa (Brookfield, Conn.),

Stephen Cenatiempo (Norwalk, Conn.) and O’Brian White

(Scarborough, Ontario, Canada), who could all see some time

in the midfield this season.

Midfielders

2 Mpho Moloi M Sr. 5-7 140

5 Karl Schilling M/B So. 6-0 160

7 O’Brian White M Fr. 6-1 175

8 Steven Cenatiempo M Fr. 5-9 160

10 Kevin Burns M Jr. 6-1 165

20 Dori Arad M Fr. 5-9 165

21 Joe Boa M Fr. 5-9 170

22 Ryan Cordeiro F/M So. 5-11 175

23 David Fromayan M So. 5-7 150

26 Drew Brown M Sr. 5-10 150

Senior Goalkeeper

ADAM SCHUERMAN

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DEFENDERS

The defensive backfield remains intact from the line last

year that allowed just 0.83 goals against average and helped

produce eight shutouts for the Huskies. As the most experienced

and talent-rich position on the field, the line provide a

strong group of players that command control of the ball

both in the air and on the ground, making the Huskies one of

the toughest teams to score against.

“We have incredible defensive strength,” Reid said. “This

group is experienced and knows each other’s strengths and

weaknesses so they’re able to play tough and play together.”

Sophomore Julius James (Maloney Gardens, Trinidad) anchors

the unit after garnering second team All-BIG EAST,

first team All-New England and College Soccer News All-

Freshmen All-American accolades last season, while senior

Willis Forko (Houston, Texas), a third team All-BIG EAST

selection, will provide the experience and guidance for the

defensive line after starting all 23 games last season in the

backfield.

Junior Moshe Shalchon (Rishon Lezioh, Israel), who also

started every game in 2004, and sophomore Karl Schilling

(Canton, Conn.) are expected to make huge contributions

on the field after playing strong down the stretch in 2004 and

working hard in the offseason. Schilling worked his way into

the starting lineup after 15 games last season and finished

the year as the Defensive MVP of the BIG EAST Tournament.

Newcomers Grayson Glass (Auburn, Calif.) and Abe

Chehebar (Briarcliff, N.Y.) will both work for playing time in

the backfield in their first collegiate seasons.

Defenders

3 Julius James B So. 6-0 173

4 Moshe Shalchon B Jr. 6-1 175

5 Karl Schilling B/M So. 6-0 16

6 Glen Carnahan B Jr. 6-0 176

11 Grayson Glass B Fr. 5-8 155

16 Louis Jones B So. 5-11 180

17 Brandon Guishard B So. 5-10 180

19 Willis Forko B Sr. 5-9 150

24 Abe Chehebar M Fr. 5-10 165

GOALIE

Adam Schuerman (Brookfield, Wis.) enters his fourth season

as starting goalkeeper after a strong spring season and

work-filled offseason. Schuerman finished the 2004 campaign

with a 0.96 goals against average and a .679 save percentage

through 18 games. The veteran keeper will look to guide

sophomore goalie Brett Pollack (New Rochelle, N.Y.) and

newcomer Alex Horwath (Woodbine, Md.) as they work to

get the necessary collegiate experience to take over the

reigns next season. Horwath comes to UConn after an impressive

high school career at McDonough where he led the

team four conference finals and received numerous state and

conference honors.

Goalkeepers

1 Alex Horwath G Fr. 6-2 175

18 Adam Schuerman G Sr. 6-0 180

25 Brett Pollack G So. 6-1 170


Head Coach

RAY REID

Connecticut

Soccer Staff

Head Coach Ray Reid 23-27

Associate Head Coach John Deeley 28

Assistant Coach Paul McDonough 29

Assistant Coach Kevin Bacher 30

Support Staff 30


RAY RAY REID

REID

HEAD COACH • NINTH YEAR

Southern Connecticut ‘82

After eight seasons at the helm of the Connecticut men’s soccer

program, head coach Ray Reid has continued the excellence that has

marked Connecticut soccer for more than half a century. UConn’s

resurgence to the national spotlight came as no surprise to anyone

who has followed Reid’s career. Reid has been in the collegiate coaching

ranks for 16 years and has an overall record of 266-63-28 (.784).

He spent his first eight seasons at Division II Southern Connecticut

State University with a 146-17-15 (.862) record and then came to Connecticut for the 1997 season

and currently has a 120-46-13 (.707) mark.

In the NCAA rankings, Reid became the leader in the Division I Winningest Active Coaches –

Percentage category after the 2003 season. He currently stands in 16th place among All-Time

Winningest Coaches – Percentage and is 18th among Division I Winningest Active Coaches by

Wins. All three categories are based upon five or more years at a NCAA institution.

In 2004, Reid led the Huskies to their fifth BIG EAST Tournament Championship with a stunning 5-

3 penalty kick decision over Seton Hall after playing to a 0-0 tie through double overtime. Additionally,

the team made its seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, where UConn posted

a 2-1 overtime victory over Marist in NCAA first round action before coming up just short against

Boston College in the second round, falling 1-0. After beginning the season 1-3-0, the team posted

a strong run to end with a 12-8-3 record and a 5-4-1 ledger against conference foes.

Following the 2004 campaign, Easton Wilson and Esteban Arias were both taken in the MLS

draft, bringing the number of Reid’s total draft selections to 12 in seven years and the fifth

consecutive year that the head coach has sent players to the United States’ premier soccer

league.

The 2003 season raised several challenges for Reid and the youthful Huskies with a hefty

strength of schedule, UConn excelled earning their sixth consecutive and 24th overall NCAA

Tournament berth in the 2003 College Cup. Led by only two seniors and a sea of underclassmen,

the Huskies took wins over several ranked teams including No. 5 Indiana, No. 5 Notre Dame, No. 23

Virginia Tech and No. 25 Boston College through the season. In the quarterfinals of the 2003 BIG

EAST Tournament, Notre Dame knocked the Huskies out of contention, but a bid to the NCAA

The Ray Reid File

Head Coach

Southern Connecticut State University (1989-1996)

University of Connecticut (1997-present)

Four National Championships (‘90, ‘92, ‘95, ‘00)

Eight NCAA National Semifinals (‘90, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘99, ‘00)

Four BIG EAST Regular Season Titles (‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01)

BIG EAST Tournament Championship (‘99, ‘04)

Four National Coach of the Year Awards (‘90, ‘92, ‘94, ‘00)

Two Northeast Div. I Coach of the Year Awards (‘99, ‘00)

BIG EAST Coach of the Year (‘98)

Southern Connecticut State Athletic Hall of Fame Member

Class of 2003 Connecticut Hall of Fame Inductee

Assistant Coach

Southern Connecticut State University (1983-1988)

National Championship (‘87)

Three NCAA National Semifinals (‘83, ‘87, ‘88)

Player

Southern Connecticut State University (1980-1982)

Suffolk Community College (1979)

Brentwood High School

Three NCAA National Semifinals (‘80, ‘81, ‘82)

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25 Years (549 games)

W- 408, L- 96, T- 45 (.784)

As a Head Coach

16 Years (357 games)

W-266, L- 63, T- 28 (.784)

at

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT

AS A PLAYER

Year W L T PCT.

#1980 11 6 2 .632

#1981 15 4 1 .775

**1982 20 3 0 .870

3 yrs. 46 13 3 .766

AS ASSISTANT COACH

Year W L T PCT.

#1983 18 2 1 .881

1984 15 5 1 .738

##1985 16 2 1 .868

##1986 11 5 5 .643

*1987 17 1 3 .881

#1988 19 5 3 .759

6 yrs. 96 20 14 .792

AS HEAD COACH

Year W L T PCT.

##1989 14 7 1 .659

*1990 22 0 1 .978

1991 14 4 3 .738

*1992 21 2 1 .896

**1993 17 2 3 .841

#1994 17 0 4 .905

*1995 21 1 1 .935

#1996 20 1 1 .932

8 yrs. 146 17 15 .862

at

CONNECTICUT

AS HEAD COACH

Year W L T PCT.

1997 11 7 2 .600

1998 17 4 0 .894

#1999 19 5 0 .791

*2000 20 3 2 .840

2001 15 5 2 .727

2002 17 6 0 .739

2003 9 8 4 .524

2004 12 8 3 .587

8 yrs. 120 46 13 .707

*- National Champions

**- NCAA Finals

#- NCAA Semifinals

##- NCAA Regional


HEAD COACH RAY REID

Tournament kept the Huskies chances alive. After a convincing 3-0 shutout

over Rhode Island, UConn battled No. 6 St. John’s to a 0-0 tie sending

the game in penalty kicks. St. John’s won 4-2 on penalty kicks in the

shootout, ending the Huskies season with an even 8-8-3 overall record.

Reid also captured his 250th win as a head coach in 2003 and 100th

victory at Connecticut. The Huskies shutout Virginia Tech, 2-0, on Oct. 8

allowing Reid to hit the 250-game milestone in only his 14th year as a

head coach. On Sept. 5 in UConn’s first home game of the season,

Connecticut defeated Boston University 1-0, giving Reid the century

mark in wins at UConn.

In 2002, the Huskies earned their 18th appearance in the BIG EAST

Tournament after posting a 7-3 league record. Ranked in the top 10 for

most of the season, the Huskies fell to Boston College (3-2) in the finals

of the BIG EAST Championship, after defeating St. John’s on penalty

kicks in the semifinals. UConn notched its sixth-straight and 23rd overall

bid into the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the Elite Eight before

being knocked off by Maryland, 3-0. UConn completed the season with a

17-6 overall record.

In 2001, Reid and the Huskies captured their fourth-consecutive BIG

EAST regular season title, advanced to the NCAA Tournament and ended

the season with an overall 15-5-2 record and 9-1 in the BIG EAST. The

Huskies advanced to the BIG EAST Championship game falling to St.

John’s (1-0) and then dropped a three-overtime 2-1 decision to Rutgers

in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

In 2000, Reid and the Huskies brought home the 2000 NCAA Men’s

College Cup Championship and posted 20 wins, the most since 1981

when the Huskies went en route to a national championship with a 20-3-

2 record. UConn finished the season atop the National Soccer Coaches

Association of America (NSCAA) and Soccer America Magazine polls.

For his achievements, Reid was tabbed with NSCAA Division I National

Coach of the Year and Northeast Regional Division I Coach of the Year

honors.

In 1999, he led the Huskies to the NCAA semifinals for the first time

since 1983, with a 19-5-0 record and brought the BIG EAST Tournament

championship back to Connecticut for the first time since 1989. In 1998,

under his direction, the Huskies earned their first No. 1 national ranking

since 1982, holding the top spot for a record-setting four consecutive

weeks, and earned UConn’s first NCAA appearance since 1989.

From 1998 to the 2001 season, the Huskies captured consecutive

regular season BIG EAST titles. Reid was named the 1998 BIG EAST

Coach of the Year and the 1999 Northeast Division I Regional Coach of

the Year. Through eight seasons, he has compiled an impressive mark of

120-46-13 (.707), including 92-35-11 mark in the past six years.

Named the eighth head coach of men’s soccer at the University of

Connecticut on December 18, 1996, Reid took over the coaching reins

All-Time Connecticut Coaching Results

Coach Years Games Won Lost Tied Pct.

Roy Guyer (1928) 1 4 2 2 0 .500

Jack Seman (1929) 1 4 0 4 0 .000

Billie Darrow (1930-31) 2 15 1 12 2 .133

Jack Dennerley (1932-36) 5 38 11 27 0 .289

Carl Fischer (1942) 1 9 3 6 0 .333

John Squires (1937-68) 28 303 148 140 15 .513

Joe Morrone (1969-1996) 28 589 358 178 53 .653

Ray Reid (1997-present) 8 179 120 46 13 .707

TOTALS 74 1141 643 415 83 .600

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Winningest Coaches- Percentage

ACTIVE COACHES

Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes all

victories as coach at a four-year institution.

Coach, Team Yrs. W L T Pct.

1. Ray Reid, Connecticut 16 266 63 28 .784

2. Schellas Hyndman, SMU 28 421 109 40 .774

3. Dave Masur, St. John’s (N.Y.) 18 271 80 44 .742

4. Michael Parker, UNC Greensboro 29 435 149 23 .736

5. Tom Martin, James Madison 28 387 127 42 .734

6. Gary Parsons, Oakland 24 322 107 49 .725

7. George Gelnovatch, Virginia 9 143 50 15 .724

8. Doug Allison, Furman 10 143 52 16 .716

9. Tim Vom Steeg, UC Santa Barb.6 87 33 7 .713

10. Mark Berson, South Carolina 28 3 79 141 43 .711

ALL-TIME

Minimum 10 years as a head coach at an NCAA school; includes

all victories as coach at a four-year institution. * Active Coach

Coach, Team Yrs. W L T Pct.

1. Gus Donoghue (San Francisco 1946-60)

15 121 12 14 .871

2. Gene Kenney (Michigan St. 1956-69)

14 120 13 13 .866

3. *Shaun Pendleton (Charleston (W.Va.) 1989-90; Lynn 91-04)

16 274 42 13 .853

4. Ed (Jock) Stewart (UCLA 1949-66)

18 194 29 12 .851

5. Jerry Yeagley (Indiana 1973-03)

31 544 101 45 .821

6. *Matt Smith (Johns Hopkins 1993-04)

12 189 37 13 .818

7. *Jay Martin (Ohio Wesleyan 1977-04)

28 480 97 36 .812

8. Sigi Schmid (UCLA 1980-98)

19 322 63 33 .810

9. Bill Jeffery (Penn St. 1926-52)

27 151 25 29 .807

10. Bruce Arena (Virginia 1978-95)

18 295 59 31 .806

11. *Arthur Skip Roderick (Elizabethtown 1983-04)

22 376 82 37 .797

11. *Paul McGinlay (Trinity (Tex.) 1991-04)

14 221 50 17 .797

13. *Dan Gilmore (Rowan 1976-04)

29 471 110 40 .791

14. Harry Keough (St. Louis 1967-82)

16 213 50 23 .785

14. *Matt Cushing (Wheaton (Mass.) 1994-04)

11 175 42 16 .785

16. *Ray Reid (Southern Conn. St. 1989-96; Connecticut 1997-04)

16 266 63 28 .784

17. Bob Guelker (St. Louis 1959-66; SIU Edwardsville 67-85)

27 311 77 26 .783

18. *Dennis Currier (Harris-Stowe 1993-00; Incarnate Word 01-04)

12 188 49 12 .779

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after directing the Southern Connecticut State University program to NCAA Division II national titles in 1990, 1992

and 1995. His overall 15-year record as a collegiate head coach is 254-55-25, a winning percentage of 79.8%. He

led SCSU to six trips to the NCAA Division II ‘Final Four’, including a ‘Final Four’ berth each of his last five seasons

at the school.

Reid, a native of Brentwood, N.Y., and a 1982 graduate from Southern Connecticut, was a three-year starter

and a two-year captain for the Owls during his undergraduate years. Southern had a 46-13-3 record during that

span with three NCAA national semi-final appearances.

Following graduation, Reid served as top assistant to then Southern Connecticut head coach Bob Dikranian for

six seasons (1983-1988). During that period, SCSU posted an overall record of 96-20-14 and won the 1987 NCAA

Division II National Championship.

In 1989, Reid replaced Dikranian as head coach of the Owls and in only his second year as head coach won

the first of his three national crowns, posting an unbeaten 22-0-1 record in 1990. Reid led Southern Connecticut

to another national championship with a 21-2-1 record in 1992 and the Owls would win the national title for the

third time under Reid’s direction in 1995, posting a 21-1-1 record.

In 1996, Southern Connecticut was ranked No. 1 in the nation in NCAA Division II circles as Reid led SCSU to a

20-1-1 record, losing its only game of the year in the national semifinal round.

In 17 years of association with the Southern Connecticut men’s soccer program as a player, assistant coach

and head coach, Reid was part of an overall record of 288-50-32, an 82.1 percent winning effort, four national

championships, 12 trips to the NCAA College Cup and 15 NCAA postseason berths.

During the decade of the 1990s (1990-1996), Reid’s teams at Southern Connecticut lost only 10 games in seven

years, posting an overall record of 132-10-14 (89.1% winning effort) and going unbeaten in both 1990 and 1994.

In the spring of 1998, he was inducted into the Southern Connecticut State Athletic Hall of Fame for his outstanding

achievements.

Reid has been selected as the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) National Coach of

the Year four times (1990, 1992, 1994 and 2000), and was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year in 1998, his

second season in the league.

A scholastic soccer star at Brentwood High School (NY), Reid was an all-region selection at Suffolk Community

College before transferring to Southern Connecticut prior to the 1980 season.

Reid coached the Connecticut Under-17 Olympic Development team for four seasons and has also coached the

Under-15 team as well as the USSF Under-13 1/2 Region One Select Team. He is a member of the Connecticut

Junior Soccer Association coaching staff and holds a USSF “A” coaching license.

Reid has two daughters, Cate (13) and Dannielle (11).

Reid’s daughters

Dannielle and Cate

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HEAD COACH RAY REID

“Clearly, in any sport,

I consider Ray Reid

to be one of the

finest teachers and

competitors that I

have had the

opportunity to know.

Not only is he a good

friend, but a coach

who is guaranteed to

make his team and

individual players the

best they can be.

— Jim Calhoun,

UConn Men’s

Basketball Coach

The three men that have guided UConn

Soccer as head coaches since 1938: Ray

Reid (1997-present) John Squires (1938-

1968) and Joe Morrone (1969-96).


THE WORD ON RAY REID

“Throughout my pro career, I have been

fortunate enough to have kept close ties

with Coach Reid and his staff. The focus

and dedication he instills in each player is

the same I experience today at the pro

level. UConn has gained a valuable teacher

whose lessons will reap success at many

levels.”

KEVIN ANDERSON

TAMPA BAY MUTINY

“Coach Ray Reid offers the best of both

worlds to each student-athlete, giving you

an education in soccer as well as an

overall education. He will prepare you for

life both on and off the field, and

demands the most from his players. If you

love the game and want to succeed at all

levels, UConn and Ray Reid will open

many doors.”

“Coach Reid is a supportive, motivating

coach who has been instrumental in my

life both in and out of soccer. He will help

you realize your goals and reach them,

whether it’s to move on to the professional

ranks or further a career. UConn has bred

successful players in the past and will

continue to under Ray Reid.”

BRIAN BLISS

KANSAS CITY WIZARDS (ASST. COACH)

JOHN DEBRITO

COLUMBUS CREW

“Coach Reid has the knack of finding a

player’s strengths, and molding him to

be the best he can be. He

approaches every level of the game

and each walk of life with an intensity

that makes you want to perform to

your very best on an everyday basis.”

CHRIS HOUSER

TAMPA BAY MUTINY

“Thanks to Coach Reid I have realized my

dream of playing professional soccer. He

prepared me for the next level by

helping me to understand how the game

is played. Coach Reid is not only a great

coach, but he’s also a great teacher and

a master of motivation. I owe most of

my success to Coach Reid.”

CHRIS GBANDI

FC DALLAS

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“Coach Ray Reid is the reason that I am

successful today, both as a professional

and as a person. He develops strong

minds and strong skills. Expect the future

of college soccer to go through UConn.”

MICHAEL PETKE

NY/NJ METROSTARS

“Playing professional soccer has always

been a dream of mine, and I owe a

great deal of thanks to Coach Reid for

getting me here. He helped to expand

my style of play which gave me a

greater opportunity for success at this

level. He is a great motivator and a

talented teacher.”

BOBBY RHINE

FC DALLAS

“Coach Reid is a very intense

person, and after leaving UConn

for the MLS, you realize how much

that intensity helps build you as a

person, beyond your college years.

Being at the MLS, you come to

appreciate Coach Reid and his

philosophies on and off the field.”

“My first season at UConn and under

Coach Reid was a bit of a roller

coaster as I adapted to his coaching

style. During my second year, I

opened up to Coach Reid and had a

successful season. He is a very good

motivator, and pushes you to your

limits as a player and a person. He

has understanding of the game, and

helped make my college experience

a successful one.”

“Coach has a true knack of how to

relate to people, and knows exactly

how to motivate each individual. He

has helped me improve not only

through instruction, but also because

of the high quality of players he

brings into the program. Training

under his system with strong players

around me has definitely prepared me

for my professional career.”

SHAVAR THOMAS

DALLAS BURN

DAMANI RALPH

CHICAGO FIRE

MAURIZIO ROCHA

MIAMI FUSION

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JOHN JOHN DEELEY

DEELEY

John Deeley is in his ninth season at

Connecticut and fourth season as an

associate head coach, after spending

the previous eight seasons with Ray

Reid at Southern Connecticut State

University.

Prior to his eight seasons at Southern, Deeley was an assistant

for one season at Cleveland State University and also was the

head coach for one season at Mt. Union (Ohio) College.

Deeley was a standout midfielder for Southern from 1977-

80, when Southern had a 48-16-6 record with four trips to

the NCAA Tournament, including three semifinal appearances.

A native of North Babylon, N.Y., Deeley has a “C” coaching

license from the USSF. He graduated from Southern with an

undergraduate degree in political science.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH JOHN DEELEY

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH • NINTH YEAR

Southern Connecticut ‘80

“Coach Deeley’s ability to analyze and break down the game

is second to none. He is one of the leading soccer minds in

the country. Coach Deeley has been extremely helpful in our

preparation for opponents and our match analyzation. Over

the years, his tactical guidance has been a major reason for

our successes.”

Head Coach Ray Reid


ASSISTANT COACH PAUL MCDONOUGH

PAUL PAUL MCDONOUGH

MCDONOUGH

ASSISTANT COACH • THIRD YEAR

South Carolina-Spartanburg ‘96

“Coach McDonough has been a great addition to our program.

In two years, he has made his mark on the program by

the outstanding players that he has brought to UConn. Paul

is a great technician who has a keen eye for talent. If he is

not the top assistant coach in the country, then I don’t know

who is.”

-Head Coach Ray Reid

“Coach McDonough helps me in all aspects of my life. He is like

a second father to me.”

-Senior Back Willis Forko

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Paul McDonough joined the Connecticut men’s soccer staff

in January 2003 as an assistant coach for the program. He

comes to Connecticut after spending the two seasons as an

assistant at the University of South Carolina.

McDonough has strong credentials as an assistant coach and

a player, as he has been a part of winning programs throughout

his career. At UConn, he assist in all aspects of the day-to-day

operations of the Husky soccer program with a particular focus

on recruiting.

In his two seasons at South Carolina, the Gamecocks earned

two consecutive NCAA tournament bids, and posted a 23-12-

3 record in those two years. Before South Carolina,

McDonough spent three seasons as an assistant for Wake

Forest University, helping the Demon Deacons earn an NCAA

Tournament appearance in 1999.

Before his stint as a Demon Deacon assistant, McDonough

worked at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg, where

he served as an assistant men’s soccer coach for three seasons.

During his coaching tenure at USC-Spatanburg, McDonough

led the Rifles to a 48-16-5 combined record, including an

appearance in the 1995 NCAA Division II Finals and the 1997

Regional Finals. In 1996, the Rifles reached a ranking as high

as No. 2 in the nation.

While working as a recruiting coordinator over the last seven

years, McDonough has recruited a total of nine athletes that

have gone on to professional careers after stunning college

performances.

Player Team

Brian Carroll DC United

Ryan Caugherty B109 (Denmark)

Brad Guzan Chivas USA

Will Hesmer Kansas City Wizards

Amir Lowery Colorado Rapids

Jame Riley New England Revolution

Andy Rosenband FC Dallas

Scott Sealy Kansas City Wizards

Jeremiah White New England Revolution

McDonough also served as the site coordinator for the 1995

NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship, which USC-

Spartanburg played host. McDonough also has experience in

the youth coaching ranks, coaching with the Spartanburg Youth

Soccer Club since 1995.

A native of Marshfield, Mass., McDonough attended Massasoit

Community College from 1991-93. During his tenure, the

Warriors advanced to the NJCAA national semifinals and he

earned NSCAA Junior College All-America honors in 1992.

McDonough then attended USC-Spartanburg from 1993-96,

helping them to NCAA Tournament berths in both 1993 and

1994. In 1996, USC-Spartanburg was ranked as high as No. 2

in the nation.

McDonough is married to the former Tammy George and

resides in Manchester, Conn., with their son Connor Joseph,

born in March 2005.

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KEVIN KEVIN BACHER

BACHER

ASSISTANT COACH • FOURTH YEAR

Syracuse ‘00

Kevin Bacher returns for his fourth

season as an assistant coach on the

Connecticut men’s soccer staff. He

came to UConn after spending one

season as the assistant coach at

Cornell in 2001 and was previously a

four-year starting goalkeeper for

Syracuse.

At Cornell, Bacher worked with the corps of goalkeepers,

although he also assisted in recruiting and scouting. Bacher

served as the head goalkeeper coach for the 2001 Eastern

New York State Olympic Development Team. He worked as

an instructor at the Tom Bouklas Soccer Camp from 1997-

2000, and he served as goalkeeper coach at Christian Brothers

Academy in Syracuse since 1997. He has also worked as the

goalkeeper coach at the Academy of Excellence Soccer Camps.

At Syracuse, Bacher was named the preseason BIG EAST

Goalkeeper of the Year in 2000, and was named to the All-

BIG EAST Second Team in the postseason of that year. He

was also chosen to the NSCAA All-Northeast Regional first

team.

“Coach Bacher is a bright and upcoming star in the coaching

profession. He is an exceptional goalkeeper trainer, in addition to

having a great eye for field players.”

-Head Coach Ray Reid

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He played for a pair of semi-professional teams over the last

four years. In 1999, he was a member of the New Jersey

Imperials, and he played for the Grand Rapids Explosion in 1997.

He was a member of the Region I Olympic Development Team

in 1995 and 1996, and he was on the Eastern New York State

Olympic Development Team in

1993 and 1996.

Bacher graduated from

Syracuse with an

undergraduate degree in

geography.


Player Profiles

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The Seniors 32-33

The Juniors 34-36

The Sophomores 37-40

The Freshmen 41-42

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DRE DREW DRE W BROWN

BROWN

Senior • Midfield • 5-10

Middletown, Conn. • Xavier

At Connecticut: Will see considerable

time in the midfield during senior

season after working to secure a

starting position for much of the 2004

campaign.

As a Junior (2004): Played in 19 games, starting all of them and

playing an average of 74 minutes per contest ... Played four

complete games, including a double overtime contest versus

Virginia Commonwealth (9/22) ... Scored first career goal against

West Virginia (9/19) ... Tallied a career-high five assists, with two

coming versus Villanova (10/3) from the Huskies’ two goals on

the day.

As a Sophomore (2003): Played in 20 of 21 games, missing the

season opener against Wake Forest (9/29) … Averaged 35

minutes per game … More than tripled playing time from rookie

season … Played a season-high 80 minutes in win over Boston

College (9/24) … Had two assists, both in the win over Hartford

(10/22).

As a Freshman (2002): Saw time in only six games … Made first

collegiate start against Adelphi (10/26) … Averaged 22 minutes

Senior • Midfield/Back • 5-9

Houston, Texas • South Carolina

At Connecticut: Will see time in the

midfield and back after moving into a

starting role in 2004.

As a Junior (2004): Named third team

All-BIG EAST, as well as second team

All-New England ... Played and started in all 23 games ... Averaged

81 minutes of action per game ... netted first two career

goals in back-to-back games against Pittsburgh (9/25) and

Villanova (10/3).

As a Sophomore (2003): Played and started in all 21 games …

Averaged 91 minutes of playing time … Played in 17 complete

games … Tied for first on the team with five assists … Had one

multiple-point game notching two assists at Virginia Tech (10/8)

… Named to the 2003 UConn/adidas All-Tournament Team.

At South Carolina (2002): Played in 20 games for the

Gamecocks, starting in 16 … Had one assist and two shots on

goal from the midfield position … USC went 11-8-1, falling in

the NCAA First Round.

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#26

WILLIS WILLIS FORKO FORKO #19

2005 SENIORS

when on playing field … Notched first collegiate point with an

assist in win over UNLV (9/8).

Prior to UConn: A three-year varsity letter winner in soccer at

Xavier High School in Middletown, CT … A two-time All-

Conference, All-New England and All-State selection … Named

the New Haven Register Player of the Year and twice to the All-

Hartford Courant Team … Scored 41 goals and 33 assists at

Xavier … Played five years for Connecticut’s ODP Team … Also

played for the Region I Team (2001-02) and is part of the National

Pool … A six-year member of the Oakwood Soccer Club … A

member of the Adidas All-Star Team at ESP.

Personal: Sociology major … Born August 30, 1984.

BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2002 6 1 1 0 1 1

2003 20 0 3 0 2 2

2004 19 19 14 1 5 14

Career 45 17 18 1 8 17

#19

Prior to UConn: Attended Cypress

Springs High School ... Four-year

letterwinner in soccer ... Earned

All-Region and All-District

honors ... Offensive Most

Valuable Player in the

district ... Played in the

district championships

... Named as Soccer

America’s top 25 recruit.

Personal: A native of Monroria, Liberia ...

Brother of former UConn standout Sam

Forko … Geography major … Born November

11, 1982.

FORKO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2002 20 16 2 0 1 1

2003 21 21 2 0 5 5

2004 23 23 14 2 3 7

Career 64 57 18 2 9 13


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MPHO MPHO MOLOI

MOLOI

Senior • Midfield • 5-7

Soweto, South Africa • St. Benedict’s (N.J.)

2005 CO-CAPTAIN

At Connecticut: A three-time captain for

the Huskies ... will anchor the midfield

during his senior campaign.

As a Junior (2004): Received second

team All-BIG EAST honors, as well as first team All-New England

accolades ... Played and started in all 23 games during junior

season ... Second on the team in minutes played with an

average of 83 per game.

As a Sophomore (2003): Played and started in all 21 games …

Played in 20 complete games … 2003 team captain … A

defensive midfielder … Had one assist in win over nationally

ranked Notre Dame (10/18) … Averaged 95 minutes per game

… Named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team … Won the team’s

Joseph J. Morrone Award.

As a Freshman (2002): Played in 19 games in rookie season,

started in five games … Made starts against Providence (10/

9), Rutgers (11/9) and all three NCAA Tournament games

against Pennsylvania (11/27), Indiana (12/1) and Maryland (12/

7) … Stepped into starting defensive midfield role after

teammate Anthony Curtis was sidelined … Missed four games

with nagging injury … Averaged 46 minutes a game … Played

all 90 minutes against Indiana in NCAA Sweet 16 game.

Senior • Goalie • 6-0

Brookfield, Wis. • Brookfield East

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Prior to UConn: Graduated from St.

Benedict’s in Newark, NJ …

Earned two varsity letters at St.

Benedict’s after playing threeyears

at Transnet School of

Excellence in South Africa

… Was part of the National

Championship Team

at St. Benedicts …

Won the 2000 and

2001 State

Championship and

the 2001 Essex-

County Championship at S t .

Benedict’s … Was awarded the

2001 Golden Senior Award for

dedication, spirit and knowledge …

Named the 1998 Student of the Year at

Transnet School of Excellence.

Personal: A native of Soweto, South Africa … Anthropology

major … Born May 20, 1983.

MOLOI’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2002 19 5 3 0 0 0

2003 21 21 10 0 1 1

2004 23 23 5 0 0 0

Career 63 49 18 0 1 1

ADAM ADAM SCHUERMAN SCHUERMAN

#18

At Connecticut: A three-year starter

who looks to build on a

successful junior campaign.

As a Junior (2004): Started

17 of 18 contests, playing

a total of 1629:35 ...

Finished the year with 0.94 goals against average,

17 goals against and 36 saves ... Recorded five

shutouts between the pipes, including all three

contests in the BIG EAST Tournament en route

to the team’s championship ... Held a 9-5-3

record.

As a Sophomore (2003): Played and started

in 18 games … Missed season opener

against Wake Forest (8/29) while playing the

US Under-20 Team … Sat out West Virginia

(9/27) and Yale (10/1) games with a sprained

ankle … Ended season with a 0.95 goals against average, 18

goals against, 82 saves and 1712 minutes in net … Held a 9-

#18

6-3 record … Recorded eight shutouts in net … Tied

for second in overall games and first in conference

action for shutouts within the BIG EAST …

Second in the league in goals against average

in conference action … Named to the 2003

UConn/adidas All-Tournament Team.

As a Freshman (2002): Played and started in all 23

contests … Played 2075 minutes, all but 15 minutes of

the season … Allowed 22 goals against for an average of

0.95 per game … Made 76 saves and recorded 11

shutouts for a 17-6 overall record … Had a careerhigh

eight saves in win at Pittsburgh (9/21) … Stopped

seven shots in loss to Maryland (12/7) in NCAA Elite

Eight game … Helped Huskies hold a seven-game

win streak midseason (9/21-10/12) … Named BIG

EAST Goalie of the Week (9/9) … Was named to

the UConn/adidas Classic All-Tournament Team

and was tabbed Defensive MVP … Selected to

the CollegeSoccer.com All-Freshmen Team …

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Named as one of Soccer America’s 2002 Top 25 Recruits in the

nation.

Prior to UConn: Played varsity soccer as a freshman and

sophomore at Brookfield East High School … A two-time Parade

Magazine All-American and 2002 Goalkeeper of the Year … A

three-time NSCAA Youth All-American … Played with the

Elmbrook United Soccer Team and the Wisconsin State ODP

team.

National Team: Joined the National Team program in 1999 with

Under-16 team … Moved to Bradenton, FL with the Under-17

National full-time residency team in January 2000 and remained

through December 2001 … Started and played all 270 minutes

of the Under-17 World Championship in Trinidad & Tobago in

September 2001 … Started and played all 90 minutes in the

last 18 of 19 Under-17 international matches … Had a careerbest

nine saves in a 1-0 victory over Brazil (9/2/01) and followed

KEVIN KEVIN BURNS

BURNS

Junior • Midfield• 6-1

Greenfield, Ind. • The Pendleton School (Fla.)

At Connecticut: Solidified role as a

skilled midfielder as sophomore

season progressed.

As a Sophomore (2004): Played in 19

games, making 15 starts on the

season ... Averaged 49 minutes of play

per game, with a season-high 77

minutes in loss to Boston College

(10/20) ... Recorded first two career

goals versus Quinnipiac (10/5)

and conference-rival Syracuse

(10/27) ... Also tallied two

assists versus St. Peter’s

(9/15) and Boston

University (10/12).

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with another shutout four days later against Australia … Started

and played in all 270 minutes of the CONCACAF qualifying

tournament recording three wins, including a shutout against

El Salvador in deciding match … Made 14 saves at the qualifying

tournament while only allowing three goals in three games …

Finished Under-17 career with a 10-5-3 international record …

Also played with the Under-16 National Team.

Personal: Management major … Born June 4, 1984.

SCHUERMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year G/S MP SVS GA/GAA SO W L T

2002 23/23 2075 76 22/0.95 11 17 6 0

2003 18/18 1712 82 18/0.95 8 9 6 3

2004 18/17 1629:35 36 17/0.94 5 9 5 3

Career 59/58 5417:35 158 57/0.95 24 35 17 6

#10

As a Freshman (2002): Played in 15 games … Made nine starts

to end the season … Averaged 57 minutes per game … Had a

season-high 88 minutes in win over Notre Dame (10/18) …

Lone assist and first collegiate point came against Hartford

(10/22) … Became key to the midfield line late in season.

Prior to UConnl: Attended IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL his

senior season … Earned three letters in soccer at Greenfield

Central in Indiana … A three-time First Team All-Conference,

All-Metro and All-District selection … An All-State Honorable

Mention … Named IMG Academy best attacking player … Holds

Greenfield Central’s most assists in a single season (20) and

career (38) … Was rostered on the Under-18 National Team at

the IMG Soccer Academy … Traveled with the Brazil (2002) and

Italy (2003) Tours with the IMG Soccer Academy … Was part of

the Olympic Development Indiana State Team and Regional

Camp from 2000-2002 … Played in Indiana State Cup (1998-

2002), Memphis Soccer Showcase (2002), Jefferson Cup (2001

and Virginia Beach Classic (2002).

Personal: Undecided major … Born March 22, 1985.

BURNS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 15 9 9 0 1 1

2004 19 15 17 2 2 6

Career 34 24 26 2 3 7


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GLEN GLEN CARNAHAN

CARNAHAN

Junior • Back • 6-0

Broomfield, Colo. • Broomfield

At Connecticut: Will compete for time

in the backfield.

As a Sophomore (2004): Played in

three contests, starting one ... Saw an

average of 23 minutes per game, with

a season-high 45-minute showing versus Syracuse (10/27).

As a Freshman (2003): Played and started in all 21 games for

UConn in rookie season … One of five players to start in all 21

games … Played a team-high 2005 minutes with fellow

defenseman Moshe Shalchon … Scored lone goal of season

at Virginia Tech (10/8) which was also the game-winner …

Helped shutout eight opponents … Held opponents to 1.03

goals per game … Shared the team’s Herbert T. Clark, Jr. Award

for excellence in the classroom with Shalchon.

Prior to UConn: Attended Broomfield High School in Broomfield,

Colo. … A four-year starter for the men’s soccer team … Named

to the All-State First Team senior and junior seasons, All-Second

Team sophomore year and Honorable Mention Team in rookie

season … Was also named All-State Game MVP … An All-

Conference First Team member in senior and junior years and

All-Conference Second Team sophomore and freshman

seasons … A four-time Broomfield Player to Watch … A Rocky

Mountain News All-Colorado Team member and a three-time

STANLEY STANLEY FORD

FORD

Junior • Forward • 6-2

Liverpool, N.Y. • Liverpool

At Connecticut: Could see playing

time on the front line.

As a Sophomore (2004): Saw time in

two games, with a season-high 21

minutes against Richmond (9/10).

As a Freshman (2003): Saw time in 11 games … Averaged 11

minutes of playing time … Scored three goals, including two

against Hartford (10/22) … Also notched a goal at Virginia Tech

(10/8) … Played a season-high 33 minutes in loss to Maryland

(10/12) … Held a .500 shot percentage, the highest on the team

scoring three goals on six shots.

In High School: Attended Liverpool High School in New York …

A four-year letterwinner in soccer … Named to the All-Central

New York Team … Part of the Large School Section III

Championship Team … Also Regional Champs and part of the

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Best of the Best Defenders … Named the Denver Post Player

of the Year, All-Conference Team member and Male Athlete of

the Week in senior season … Daily Camera Regional Player of

the Year senior year …. A two-time Broomfield County All-County

Team member and a one-time Boulder County Team member

… Named Team MVP senior year and was a two-year captain

… Earned Superintendent Honor Roll status, a four-year

Academic All-Conference Team member and a three-time

Who’s Who Among High School All-Stars … Lettered one-year

in basketball … Earned All-Conference Second Team honors

sophomore season … An Honor Roll Student every semester.

Personal: Management and Engineering for Manufacturing

major … Born October 23, 1983.

CARNAHAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 21 21 6 1 0 2

2004 3 1 0 0 0 0

Career 24 22 6 1 0 2

#13 #13

State Runner-Up Team … A part of the NY State ODP Team in

2000 … Member of the Empire State Team (Scholastic) in 2002

... Won the Gold Medal with the Central New York Team at the

Empire State Games … A member of the National Honor Society

… Was honored with the English Award.

Personal: Undecided major … Born September 26, 1985.

FORD’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 11 0 6 3 0 6

2004 2 0 0 0 0 0

Career 13 0 6 3 0 6

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STEVE STEVE SEALY

SEALY

At Connecticut: Heads into

junior year as one of the

most potent attackers

from a year ago.

As a Sophomore

(2004): Played in 21 of 23 games, starting 10

...Third on the team in scoring with five goals

for 10 points on the year ... Led the squad

with four game-winning goals, clinching the

victory against St. Peter’s (9/15), Boston

College (11/7), West Virginia (11/12) and Marist

(11/20) ... scored lone goal in wins against

Boston College (11/7) and West Virginia (11/

12) en route to the Huskies’ BIG EAST

Championship.

As a Freshman (2203): Played and started

in all 21 games … Averaged 94 minutes of

playing time and played in 16 complete

games … Second on the team in scoring

notching five goals and four assists for 14

points … Tallied three game-winners against

Villanova (10/4), Hartford (10/22) and

Junior • Forward • 6-0

St. James, Trinidad • St. Anthony’s College

MOSHE MOSHE SHALCHON

SHALCHON

Junior • Back • 6-1

Rishon Lezioh, Israel • Efraim Kutzir

2005 CO-CAPTAIN

At Connecticut: An attacking

defenseman who will continue to

support the backline for the Huskies

... Has started all 44 games as a

Husky in two years of action.

As a Sophomore (2004): One of four players to start every

game in 2004 ... Played the third-most minutes with 1906 and

an average of 83 per game ... Competed in 15 complete games

... Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week after helping

the Huskies to shutout wins over St. Peter’s (9/15) and West

Virginia (9/19) ... Helped shutout eight opponents, while limiting

them to 0.83 goals per game.

As a Freshman (2003): Played and started in all 21 games for

UConn in rookie season … One of five players to start in all 21

games … Played a team-high 2005 minutes with fellow

defenseman Glen Carnahan … Helped shutout eight

opponents … Held opponents to 1.03 goals per game … Only

point of season was an assist on game-winner over Boston

College (9/24) … Was named the UConn/adidas Classic

Defensive MVP and to the All-Tournament Team … Shared the

team’s Herbert T. Clark, Jr. Award for excellence in the

classroom with Carnahan.

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Georgetown (11/1) … Had five multiple-point games … Had a

four game scoring streak (Hartford-Georgetown) … Named

to the All-BIG EAST Second Team … Named a two-time

BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (10/6, 11/3) … Selected to

the NSCAA/adidas All-New England Second Team …

Named to the 2003 UConn/adidas All-Tournament Team

… A CollegeSoccer.com All-Freshman Second Team

member.

Prior to UConn: Attended St. Anthony’s College in

Westmoorings, Diego Martin … Helped lead St. Anthony’s

to title in the 2002 Secondary School League … Played in

two matches against Canada for the Trinidad and Tobago

Under-23 National Team … Made international senior

debut against Finland in January 2003.

Personal: A native of St. James, Trinidad … Marketing major

… Born December 20, 1983.

SEALY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 21 21 44 5 4 14

2004 21 10 38 5 0 10

Career 42 31 82 10 4 24

Prior to UConn: Attended

Efraim Kutzir in Holon, Israel.

Personal: A native of

Rishon Lezioh, Israel …

Finance major … Born

November 16, 1981.

SHALCHON’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 21 21 10 0 1 1

2004 23 23 8 0 0 0

Career 44 44 18 0 1 1


2005 SOPHOMORES

CHUKWUDI CHUKWUDI CHIJINDU

CHIJINDU

Sophomore • Forward • 5-10

Fontana, Calif. • Damien

At Connecticut: Emerged as an

offensive threat in first collegiate

season ... Will look to build on last

season’s successes in sophomore

campaign.

As a Freshman (2004): Led the Huskies in scoring with six

goals and four assists for 16 points ... Played in 22 games,

starting 10 and playing an average of 37 minutes per contest ...

posted three three-point games with a goal and assist versus

Villanova (10/3), Boston University (10/12) and Marist (11/20) ...

Earned third team All-BIG EAST honors at season’s end ... named

conference Rookie of the Week after leading the Huskies to a 2-

2 tie against Villanova (10/3).

Prior to UConn: Attended Damien High School in La Verne, Calif.

… Earned four varsity letters in soccer … Was an All-League,

RYAN RYAN CORDEIRO

CORDEIRO

Sophomore • Forward/Midfield • 5-11

Highland Mills, N.Y. • Monroe-Woodbury

As a Freshman (2004): Appeared in

20 games for the Huskies in 2004,

playing an average of 20 minutes per

contest.

Prior to UConn: A four-year letterwinner

in soccer at the Monroe-Woodbury

High School in Central Valley, N.Y. … A four-time All-Conference

team member and a 2002 All-State honoree … Holds the careerscoring

record and led the team three seasons in scoring …

Also played for the Super Y-League as a runner-up in the 2003

National Championship … Played for the Yorktown Spirit …

Helped lead team to three Eastern New York State

DAVID DAVID FROMAYAN

FROMAYAN

Sophomore • Midfield • 5-7

Bay Shore, N.Y. • Bay Shore

As a Freshman (2004): Played 19

minutes versus Richmond (9/10),

getting one shot off.

Prior to UConn: A graduate of Bay

Shore High School in Bay Shore, N.Y.

… Lettered four-years in varsity soccer

… Named three-time All-League, All-County, All-Conference and

All-State selections … Named Team Most Valuable Player and

Offensive Player of the Year … Was part of the Empire State

Game Finalist team … A member of the ODP-Region I squad

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All-Area, All-California Interscholastic Federation selection …

An All-American Top 100 pick … Was named the League MVP,

was a two-time San Gabriel Valley Player of the Year and an

Inland Player of the Year … Led team in goal scoring junior

and senior seasons … Part of the three-time defending Sierra

League Champions and a two-time team MVP … Also lettered

three-years in football … Was an All-League, All-Area, All-CIF

and First Team Aldephia Television selection … An honor roll

student … Named Athlete of the Year … Won the Advanced

Placement Spanish Award and was part of the National

Student Association.

Personal: Pre-Kinesiology major … Born February 20, 1986.

CHIJINDU’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 22 10 19 6 4 16

#22

Championships … Was named the Yorktown Most Valuable

Player in 2001 and 2002 … Team won the Columbia Invitational

and were the Superclubs National Finalists in 2001 … A fiveyear

member of the Eastern New York Olympic Development

Team … A four-year member of the ODP Regional Pool Camp.

Personal: Undecided major … Born May 6, 1986.

CORDEIRO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 20 0 10 0 0 0

#23 #23

that played in France … ODP team was the Region I Champion

and ODP National Finalists.

Personal: Undecided major … Born January 28, 1986.

FROMAYAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 1 0 1 0 0 0

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BRANDON BRANDON GUISHARD

GUISHARD

Sophomore • Back • 5-10

New Rochelle, N.Y. • New Rochelle

At Connecticut: Will look for playing time

in the backfield.

As a Freshman (2004): Saw 13 minutes

of action against Richmond (9/10).

As a Redshirt Freshman (2003): Did not

Prior to UConn: Attended New Rochelle High School in New York …

A four-year varsity letter-winner in soccer … A 2002 Journal News

First Team All-County … Named 2002 High School Most Valuable

Fall Athlete … A two-time All-Section and All-League selection in

2002, 2003 … Was crowned Champion of the Harlaam

PATRICK PATRICK HALLIGAN

HALLIGAN

Sophomore • Forward • 5-7

Falmouth, Me. • Falmouth

At Connecticut: Will work for time on

the attack.

As a Freshman (2004): Played 18

minutes against Richmond (9/10).

As a Redshirt Freshman (2003): Did not see any playing time.

Prior to UConn: A graduate of Falmouth High School in Maine …

A four-year letterwinner in soccer under father and head coach

David Halligan, Jr. … Team captain and MVP in 2002 … Helped

lead team to three State Championships (2000, 2001, 2002) … A

three-time member of the All-Conference, All-State and All-Regions

Teams … Was a two-time All-New England Team selection and

an All-America in 2002 … Picked as the Maine Sunday Telegram

Player of the Year (2002) and a three-time Maine Sunday Telegram

2005 CO-CAPTAIN

As a Freshman

(2004): Earned second

team All-BIG

EAST honors, as

well as first team All-

New England and College Soccer News All-

Freshman All-American accolades ... Singled

out as BIG EAST Defensive Player of the

Week after helping the Huskies to a 173minute

shutout streak with wins versus

Boston University (10/12) and Rutgers

(10/16) ... Played and started all 23

games for the Huskies in first collegiate

JULIUS JULIUS JAMES

JAMES

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#17

(Netherlands) and Arsenal Invitational (U.K.) … Named MVP of the

Harlaam Cup … Member of the Westchester Flames Super-Y

League … Part of the Under-17 National Finalists in 2000 … Also

lettered in basketball for one season … A member of the LEAD

Program at the Cornell School of Business in 2002 and was part of

the North Carolina State Nuclear Engineering Program in 2001.

Personal: Marketing major … Born December 7, 1985.

GUISHARD’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 Redshirt Season

2004 1 0 0 0 0 0

#28 #28

#28 #28 #28 #28

All-State Player … Named the Gatorade Player of the year in 2002

and NSCAA Maine Player of the Year … Part of the Maine ’84 ODP

Team for seven straight years … Also a six-year member of the

Maine Coast United Premier Team … Maine Coast United won

five State Cup Championships and traveled to Holland Cup in

1999 … Also lettered four years in ice hockey at FHS… Selected

as a two-time hockey All-Conference, All-Region and All-State Team

member … All-time leading scorer in Falmouth High School hockey

history with 143 points … An honor roll student.

Personal: Undecided major … Born April 9, 1984.

HALLIGAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 Redshirt Season

2004 1 0 0 0 0 0

Sophomore • Back • 6-0

Maloney Gardens, Trinidad. • St. Anthony’s College

# 3

season ... Tallied goals against Rutgers (10/16) and Syracuse

(10/27) ... Led the team in minutes played with an average of 86

per contest.

Prior to UConn: Attended St. Anthony’s College in Westmoorings,

Diego Martin … Helped St. Anthony’s to the 1999 North League

Championship … Played for the Trinidad and Tobago Under-17

Team that traveled to Brazil, Haiti, the United States and the

Caribbean.

Personal: Undecided major … Born July 9, 1984.

JAMES’ CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 23 23 10 2 0 4


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LOUIS LOUIS JONES

JONES

Sophomore • Back • 5-11

Jackson, Miss. • St. Joseph Catholic

At Connecticut: Will seek time on the

back line.

As a Freshman (2004): Played 17

minutes versus Richmond (9/10).

As a Redshirt Freshman (2003): Did

not see any playing time.

Prior to UConn: Attended St. Joseph Catholic School in Madison,

Miss. … A five-year varsity letter winner in soccer … A three-year

team captain … A three-time First All-State Selection … Played

for a two-time State Championship Team … Team MVP … Also

CAESER CAESER LOPEZ

LOPEZ

Sophomore • Forward • 5-10

Orlando, Fla. • Cypress Creek

As a Freshman (2004): Saw 28

minutes of action against Richmond

(9/10).

Prior to UConn: Attended Cypress

Creek High School in Orlando, Fla. …

Played four years of varsity soccer and

was a two-year team captain … Was named team Most Valuable

Player in 2004 and set a school record for most goals scored

in a season … A two-time All-Metro Team selection and an All-

County and Florida All-State team member … Helped team to

the 2003 District Championship title and was named Most

Valuable Player in 2002 … Team was also Metro and District

BONGINKOSI BONGINKOSI MACALA

MACALA

As a Freshman (2004):

Named BIG EAST

Rookie of the Week on

two occasions, the

first after netting a hat

trick in UConn’s 4-0

win over Richmond (9/10) and again following his

game-winning goal versus Syracuse (10/27) ...

Started 19 of 21 games played ... Second on the

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earned five varsity letters in tennis and one in cross country …

Named tennis MVP … Was State runner-up two-years in a row

… Was part of the State Championship Team in 2002 in tennis

and mixed doubles State Championship in 2003 … A member

of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Nutritional Science major … Born February 27, 1985.

JONES’ CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 Redshirt Season

2004 1 0 0 0 0 0

#27 #27

#27 #27 #27 #27

Champions … A member of the Orange County Soccer Club …

Was the 2003 Under-17 Florida State Cup Sub-Champions,

2002 Under-19 Greater Central Florida Champions and 1999

Florida State Cup Finalists.

Personal: Business major … Born January 25, 1986.

Sophomore • Forward • 6-0

Pretoria, South Africa • University of Pretoria

LOPEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 1 0 0 0 0 0

#1 #15 #1

#1 #15 #1

team in scoring with five goals and four assists for 14

points on the season ... Played an average of 66 minutes.

In High School: Attended University of Pretoria...

Member of South Africa Under-20 and Under-23

Teams...Also played at Sutherland High

School...Will play the striker position at UConn.

Personal: Undecided major.

MACALA’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 21 19 46 5 4 14

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BRETT BRETT POLLACK

POLLACK

Sophomore • Goalie • 6-1

New Rochelle, N.Y. • New Rochelle

At Connecticut: Valuable backup

keeper.

As a Freshman (2004): Did not see

any playing time.

As a Redshirt Freshman (2003): Did

Prior to UConn: A four-year letterwinner at New Rochelle High

School … Team captain and MVP senior year … Named to the

All-Section and All-League Teams in junior and senior seasons

… Set a High School record with 36 wins and eight losses …

Held 16 shutouts over junior and senior years … Held a low

KARL KARL SCHILLING

SCHILLING

Sophomore • Back/Midfield • 6-0

Canton, Conn. • Canton

At Connecticut: One of

the strongest instate

recruits under head

coach Ray Reid.

As a Freshman (2004):

Played in 14 games,

starting the final seven

of the season ...

Averaged 49 minutes

per outing ...

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0.65 goals against average senior year … Was crowned

Champion of the Harlaam (Netherlands) and Arsenal Invitational

(U.K.) … Over 13 games, held a 0.00 goals against average in

two tournaments … A member of the National Honor Society and

National Spanish Honor Society.

Personal: Management Information Systems major … Born June

24, 1985.

POLLACK’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2003 Redshirt Season

2004 DNP

# 5

Prior to UConn: Attended Canton High School in Conn. … Named

the 2003 NSCAA/adidas Connecticut High School Player of the

Year and a 2003 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American and High

School All-American … A two-time All-North Central Connecticut

Conference (NCCC) and All-State Team selection … As a captain,

led Canton High School to the 2003 Class ‘S’ State Championship

title ... Holds a school record for career goals scored with 64

tallies … A member of the Oakwood Soccer Club Championship

Team … Ranked fifth in graduating class at Canton … A member

of the National Honor Society and a four-year distinguished honor

roll member … A finalist for the National Merit Scholar Award …

Played for the 2003 USA Region I Under-18 Soccer Team and

was a four-year member of the Connecticut Olympic

Development Soccer Team … Is also a member of the US Under-

18 and Under-20 National Teams.

Personal: Undecided major … Born August 20, 1986.

SCHILLING’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2004 14 7 5 0 0 0


2005 NEWCOMERS

DORI DORI ARAD

ARAD

Freshman • Midfield • 5-9

Hahotrim, Israel • Ma’agan Michael

Prior to UConn: Captained Israeli youth team ... Strong

leadership skills will make him an excellent addition to the

midfield.

Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born September 6, 1982.

JOE JOE BOA

BOA

Freshman • Midfield • 5-11

Brookfield, Conn. • Brookfield

Prior to UConn: Lettered four years at Brookfield High School

for Head Coach Tony Fernandez ... Two-time all-state selection

as a junior and senior ... Received all-conference accolades all

four years ... Captain and MVP of senior campaign ... Five-year

member of Region 1 Olympic Development Team ... Won three

Connecticut state titles with club teams, two with Beachside

Soccer and one with West Hartford Wolves.

STEPHEN STEPHEN CENATIEMPO

CENATIEMPO

Freshman • Midfield • 5-9

Norwalk, Conn. • Norwalk

Prior to UConn: Two-time letterman at Norwalk for Head Coach

Kurt Simonson ... Scored 40 goals and 34 assists to rank third

all-time at Norwich in scoring ... Named to all-state squad after

junior and senior seasons ... Three-time first team All-ECIAC

honoree ... Captain senior year ... Played with Olympic

Developmental Team for six years ... Won four state

championships with club soccer team Beachside Soccer,

playing alongside fellow freshman Joe Boa ... member of the

honor roll.

ABE ABE CHEHEB CHEHEBAR

CHEHEB

Freshman • Midfield • 5-10

Briarcliff, N.Y. • Ossining

Prior to UConn: Lettered three years at Ossining High School ...

Named to all-county team following senior season ... Served as

captain junior year ... Played with New York Olympic

Developmental team from 2001-05 ... Honors student and math

award recipient.

Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born March 28, 1987.

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Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born May 19, 1987.

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Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born November 8, 1987.

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GRAYSON GRAYSON GLASS

GLASS

Freshman • Back • 5-8

Auburn, Calif. • Jesuit

Prior to UConn: Three-time letterman at Jesuit ... Two-time allcity

selection, ... Led squad to Great Mid West Classic National

Championship in 2003... Captain senior year ... Played with

Region IV Olympic Developmental Team from 2001-05 ...

Member of Fremont Fury Club from 2003-05.

Personal: Undecided on a major ... April 2, 1987.

ALEX ALEX HORWATH

HORWATH

Freshman • Goalie • 6-4

Woodbine, Md. • McDonough

Prior to UConn: Four year starter on varsity soccer team at

McDonough ... Led squad to four consecutive MIAA Conference

finals and the championship in 2004 ... Named first team allconference,

all-state, all-metro and all-county after senior

campaign ... Played with Pikesville Shakedowns club team,

helping the team to state finals on four occasions ... Won State

Cup with Bethesda Internationals ... Member of Dean’s List with

a 3.8 GPA.

O’BRIAN O’BRIAN WHITE

WHITE

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Freshman • Midfield • 6-1

Scarborough, Ontario, Canada • Lester B. Pearson

Prior to UConn: Varsity soccer player at Lester B. Pearson High

School in Toronto, Canada ... Named MVP of squad in 2004 and

2005 ... Played with U-15, U-17 and U-20 Jamaican National

teams in the World Cup qualifying games ... Also played cricket.

Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born December 14, 1985.

2005 NEWCOMERS

National Experience: Starting goalkeeper for Maryland Olympic

Developmental Program (ODP) team from 1998-2005 ... Region

I ODP goalie 2002-03 and Super Y League ODP keeper, 2004-

05 ... Played with U-17 and U-19 national teams ... Competed

with D.C. Uniterd’s Youth Squad, 2001-03, winning national

championship with the squad in 2001.

Personal: Undecided on a major ... Born March 27, 1987.


2003 Season Review

2004 Senior

JOE COYLE

2004 Season Review

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Departed Veterans 47-48

Box Scores 49-50

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The University of Connecticut men’s soccer team may

have begun the 2004 season with an uncharacteristically slow

start but the young squad ended the year on a high note. The

team capped off the season by winning its fifth BIG EAST Tournament

Championship in school history to earn its 25th overall

NCAA tournament berth and make its seventh consecutive

appearance in the tournament.

UConn also continued its domination in attendance, as

the team led the nation for the 2004 season in total home

attendance and came in at No. 3 for home average attendance.

This continued a streak of seven straight seasons in which

UConn has ranked in the nation’s top three for home average

attendance and has been first for five of the last seven years in

overall home attendance.

The Huskies opened the year with a challenging nonconference

schedule as the team entered BIG EAST play with

a 2-3-0 record. UConn fell by the narrowest of margins to No.

9 Michigan, No. 18/20 Washington, and College Cup runnerup

UC Santa Barbara, suffering 1-0 losses to all three teams

during the first two weeks of the season.

Connecticut picked up its first win of 2004 in the second

game of the UConn adidas Soccer Classic

at Morrone Stadium on Sept, 10.

Sophomore Sean Cameron

(North Bruinswick, N.J.) started

the scoring and freshman

Bonginkosi Macala (Pretoria,

South Africa) followed with a

pure hat trick to give UConn

the victory and earn BIG EAST

Rookie of the Week honors

on Sept. 13.

Following the loss to No. 3

UCSB, UConn cruised

through a stretch of five undefeated

games that in-

2004 BIG EAST

Tournament Champions

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cluded shutouts over Saint Peter’s (1-0 in double-overtime) and

conference-foes West Virginia (2-0) and Pittsburgh. Sophomore

back Moshe Shalchon (Rishon Lezioh, Israel) earned BIG EAST

Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 20 for his efforts in the

Huskies’ first winning streak of the season.

The Huskies’ run was halted by No. 11 St. John’s as Connecticut

fell 1-0 to the Red Storm in Jamaica, N.Y. on Oct. 9, but

the team returned home to pick up two victories against Boston

University and Rutgers. Macala netted the deciding goal in the

28th minute as UConn downed the Terriers, 2-1, at Morrone Stadium

on Oct. 12. Freshman Julius James (Maloney Gardens,

Trinidad) then led the Huskies to a 1-0 win over Rutgers, scoring

the game-winner at 106:41 in a double overtime thriller.

Connecticut earned two more conference victories in the

final stretch of the regular season with a 3-2 win over Syracuse at

home on Oct. 27, and a 2-1 win over Providence College on Nov.

2., to enter the BIG EAST Tournament as the No. 6 seed.

UConn dominated third-seeded Boston College, 1-0, allowing

just one shot on goal in the BIG EAST Quarterfinal as sophomore

Steve Sealy (St. James, Trinidad) broke the scoreless stalemate

with his third goal of the year at 85:08 from junior Drew

Brown (Middletown, Conn.). Brown fed the ball from the right

side of the box and Sealy tipped it in low past Boston College

goalkeeper Issey Maholo, which proved to be all UConn would

need to advance to the semifinal round of the BIG EAST Tournament.

The Huskies went on to shutout West Virginia, 1-0 in the BIG

EAST Semifinal. Connecticut pressured early as Shalchon’s bicycle

kick hit the crossbar and came back out to Sealy. Sealy then

fired the ball into the back of the net at the 3:50 mark, giving

UConn a 1-0 advantage. Sealy’s goal would be all the Huskies

would need as the UConn defense shut down West Virginia and

picked up the teams’ seventh shutout of the season, not allowing

a shot on goal in the contest.

Connecticut defeated Seton Hall in penalty kicks by a 5-3

count to become the 2004 BIG EAST Tournament Champions

after the two teams played to a 0-0 tie through

regulation and double overtime on Nov.

14. After regulation and overtime,

UConn made all five of its penalty

kicks. Seton Hall only made three

of the four penalty kicks that it attempted.

Sealy was named the

tournament’s Most Outstanding

Offensive Player while freshman

Husky leading scorers BONGINKOSI

MACALA (top left) and CHUKWUDI

CHIJINDU (left) combined for 30 points

on the season -- nearly 56 percent of

the team’s total output.


2004 SEASON REVIEW

Head Coach RAY REID led

the Huskies to the

program’s fifth BIG EAST

Championship in 2004.

Karl Schilling (Canton, Conn.) was named the Most Outstanding

Defensive Player.

By winning the BIG EAST Championship, UConn secured

an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Connecticut hosted

Marist College in the first round of the tournament and once

again, Sealy proved to be the Huskies go-to-guy. Sealy netted his

third game-winning goal in a four-game stretch to lift the Huskies

past the Red Foxes, 2-1, at Morrone Stadium on Nov. 20.

Boston College ended UConn’s College Cup run as Connecticut

fell to the Eagles, 1-0, in NCAA Second Round action on

Nov. 23 at the Newton Campus Soccer Field in Newton, Mass.

The Huskies ended the 2004 season with a record of 12-8-3.

In addition to Connecticut’s team achievements in 2004, the

year also included many individual honors for the Huskies. Four

members of UConn’s squad received BIG EAST All-Conference

honors. Julius James and junior Mpho Moloi (Soweto, South

Africa) were selected to the All-BIG EAST Second Team, while

freshman Chukwudi Chijindu (Fontana, Calif.) and junior Willis

Forko (Houston, Texas) were named to the All-BIG EAST Third

Team. James was also named to the College Soccer News

2004 First Team All-Freshman All-American Team.

UConn also saw two of its graduating seniors go as selections

in the 2005 Major League Soccer drafts. Senior back Stephen

Arias (Bakersfield, Calif.) was selected by Chivas USA as the

second pick in the fourth round (38th overall pick) of the MLS on

Jan 14 and senior midfielder Easton Wilson (Hartford, Conn.)

was selected in the third round of the 2005 MLS Supplemental

Draft. Wilson was taken by the New England Revolution as the

ninth pick in the third round, 33rd overall.

EASTON

WILSON

(right) and

STEPHEN

ARIAS (far

right) were

both taken in

the MLS

Superdraft

following the

2004 season.

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2004 Season Accolades

Heach Coach Ray Reid

Division I Winningest Active Coach - Percentage

Stephen Arias

Drafted by Chivas USA in fourth round of MLS SuperDraft

Chukwudi Chijindu

BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (10/4)

Willis Forko

Second Team All-New England

Third Team All-BIG EAST

Julius James

Soccer America Freshman All-American

College Soccer News All-Freshman Team

Second Team All-BIG EAST

BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (10/18)

Bonginkosi Macala

Two-time BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (9/13, 11/1)

Mpho Moloi

Second Team All-BIG EAST

First Team All-New England

Moshe Shalchon

BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (9/20)

Easton Wilson

Drafted by New England Revolution in third round of MLS

Supplemental Draft

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2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS

12-9-3 12-9-3 12-9-3 12-9-3 12-9-3 OVERALL,

OVERALL,

OVERALL, OVERALL,

OVERALL, 5-4-1 5-4-1 5-4-1 5-4-1 5-4-1 BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG EAST EAST EAST EAST EAST -- -- -- -- -- BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG EAST EAST EAST EAST EAST Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Champions, Champions, Champions, Champions, Champions, NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA Second Second Second Second Second Round Round Round Round Round

SHOTS SAVES

DATE RESULT OPPONENT ATTENDANCE GW GOAL GOALKEEPER UC-OPP UC-OPP STREAK

Sept. 1 L, 1-0 MICHIGAN 3,121 - Anatole 9-10 5-5 Lost 1

Sept. 4 L, 1-0 WASHINGTON 2,437 - Anatole 12-6 2-4 Lost 2

Sept. 10 W, 4-0 RICHMOND 3,268 Cameron Anatole 10-5 1-2 Won 1

Sept. 11 L, 1-0 UC-SANTA BARBARA 3,976 - Anatole 11-11 3-2 Lost 1

Sept. 15 W, 1-0 ST. PETER’S 695 Sealy Anatole 9-12 4-3 Won 1

Sept. 19 W, 2-0 WEST VIRGINIA* 2,124 Chijindu Anatole 11-3 1-3 Won 2

Sept. 22 T, 1-1 (2ot) at No. 23 Va. Commonwealth 539 - Schuerman 11-13 1-5 Tie 1

Sept. 25 W, 1-0 PITTSBURGH* 5,237 Forko Schuerman 19-5 0-6 Won 1

Oct. 3 T, 2-2 (2ot) at Villanova* 418 - Schuerman 19-13 4-4 Tie 1

Oct. 5 W, 2-1 QUINNIPIAC 822 Burns Schuerman 16-5 2-6 Won 1

Oct. 9 L, 1-0 at No. 11 St. John’s* 1,736 - Schuerman 4-11 2-1 Lost 1

Oct. 12 W, 2-1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 745 Chijindu Schuerman 11-2 0-5 Won 1

Oct. 16 W, 1-0 (2ot) RUTGERS* 2,756 James Schuerman 15-5 2-4 Won 2

Oct. 20 L, 2-0 BOSTON COLLEGE* 816 - Schuerman 5-10 3-2 Lost 1

Oct. 23 L, 2-0 at No. 17 Seton Hall* 615 - Schuerman 10-13 3-3 Lost 2

Oct. 27 W, 3-2 SYRACUSE* 885 Macala Schuerman 7-6 2-2 Won 1

Oct. 30 L, 2-0 at No. 5 Notre Dame* 886 - Schuerman 7-15 2-2 Lost 1

Nov. 2 W, 2-1 at Providence* 225 Chijindu Schuerman 8-10 4-4 Won 1

Nov. 7 W, 1-0 at Boston College & 932 Sealy Schuerman 14-11 1-6 Won 2

Nov. 12 W, 1-0 vs. No. 7 West Virginia $ Sealy Schuerman 10-5 0-3 Won3

Nov. 14 T, 0-0 (2ot) vs. No. 8 Seton Hall # 576 - Schuerman 6-16 6-2 Tie 1

Nov. 20 W, 2-1 (ot) MARIST @ 1,756 Sealy Schuerman 11-5 0-4 Won 1

Nov. 23 L, 1-0 at Boston College 912 - Schuerman 13-11 4-0 Lost 1

* BIG EAST Opponent

^ - UConn/adidas Classic, Storrs, CT

&- BIG EAST Quarterfinal, Boston, Mass.

$- BIG EAST Semifinal, Piscataway, N.J.

#- BIG EAST Championship, Piscataway, N.J.

@- NCAA First First Round, Storrs, CT

! - NCAA Second Round, Jamaica, NY

SCORING BY HALVES: 1 2 O T O T 2 TOTAL

CONNECTICUT 9 13 1 2 25

Opponents 8 12 0 0 20

SHOTS/AVG. CK/AVG.

CONNECTICUT 248/10.8 104/4.5

Opponents 203/8.8 87/3.8

Sophomore STEVE SEALY scored a

team-high four game winning goals

during his freshman campaign in 2004.

2004 Men’s Soccer Final Statistics

SCORING

PLAYER GP SHOTS G A PTS GWG

Chukwudi Chijindu 22 19 6 4 16 2

Bonginkosi Macala 21 46 5 4 14 2

Steve Sealy 21 38 5 0 10 4

Willis Forko 23 14 2 3 7 1

Drew Brown 19 14 1 5 7 0

Kevin Burns 19 17 2 2 6 1

Julius James 23 10 2 0 4 1

William Osorio 23 9 1 2 4 0

Easton Wilson 22 32 0 3 3 0

Stephen Arias 22 7 0 3 3 0

Sean Cameron 7 2 1 0 2 1

Viktor Borggren 14 7 0 2 2 0

Joe Coyle 15 4 0 1 1 0

Ryan Cordeiro 20 10 0 0 0 0

Moshe Shalchon 23 8 0 0 0 0

Karl Schilling 14 5 0 0 0 0

Mpho Moloi 23 5 0 0 0 0

David Fromayan 1 1 0 0 0 0

Patrick Halligan 1 0 0 0 0 0

Caesar Lopez 1 0 0 0 0 0

Brandon Guishard 1 0 0 0 0 0

Louis Jones 1 0 0 0 0 0

Stanley Ford 2 0 0 0 0 0

Glen Carnahan 3 0 0 0 0 0

UConn Totals 23 248 25 29 79 12

Opponent Totals 23 203 20 22 62 8

Corner Kicks: UConn 104, Opponents 87

Fouls: UConn 236, Opponents 253

Penalty Kicks: UConn 0-0, Opponents 0-1

GOALKEEPING

PLAYER GP/GS MIN. SVS. SHO GA/AVG.

Adam Schuerman 18-17 1629:35 36 5 17/0.94

Geoffrey Anatole 6-6 535:07 15 2 3/0.50

TEAM 1

UConn Totals 23 2164:42 52 8 20/0.83

Opponent Totals 23 2164:42 78 9 25/0.83


DEPARTED VETERANS

STEPHEN STEPHEN ARIAS

ARIAS

Back • 5-10

Bakersfield, Calif. • Albertus Magnus College

Drafted by Chivas USA in the

fourth round of the 2005 Major

League Soccer SuperDraft

At Connecticut: A versatile player

who saw considerable time in the

midfield and back line ... Played in 54 games over his career,

starting 44 contests and tallying one goal and seven assists

for nine career points.

As a Senior (2004): Played in 22 games, making 19 starts

... Competed in a career-high 14 complete games for an

average of just over 80 minutes per game ... Tallied three

assists, including one in the first round of the NCAA

Tournament against Marist ... Helped anchor the Husky

defense that allowed an average of just 0.83 goals per game,

while shutting out eight opponents.

As a Junior (2003): Played in all 21 games, making 20

starts … Played in nine complete games and averaged 78

minutes per game … Helped hold opponents to 1.03 goals

per game and to eight UConn shutouts … Scored lone career

goal and assisted on three others … Lone goal was scored

at West Virginia (9/27) … Assisted on game-winner against

nationally ranked Notre Dame (10/18) … Also added assists

against Hartford (10/22) and in NCAA First Round against

Back • 6-0

Belle Meade, N.J. • Hun School of Princeton

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#20 #20

URI (11/22) … Was given the team’s Eric S. Lund Award for

Most Improved Player.

As a Sophomore (2002): Played in 11 games in rookie

season as a Husky … Averaged 29 minutes per game …

Had a season-high 78 minutes against Virginia Tech (10/

30) … Made five starts through BIG EAST Tournament …

Lone point of season was scored against Adelphi (9/26).

Prior to UConn: Played one year of soccer at Albertus

Magnus College ... Scored eight goals and seven assists

for 23 points ... Was named the 2001 Men’s Soccer MVP

... An All-Great Northeast First Team selection.

In High School: A four-year letterwinner at Highland High

School ... An All-Area selection.

Personal: Sociology major ... Born August 26, 1982.

#7

JOE JOE COYLE COYLE #7

At Connecticut: Played an integral

role in the backfield through four

years with the Huskies ... tallied four

assists over the span of career.

As a Senior (2004): Played in 15

contests, starting one against

Providence (11/2) and playing a season-high 80 minutes

versus the Friars ... Aided the backfield that allowed an

average of just 0.83 goals per game, while shutting out eight

opponents.

As a Junior (2003): Played in 16 games, making five starts

… Started from North Carolina game (8/3) to Rutgers game

(9/20) … Played a season-high 75 minutes against North

Carolina (8/3) … Averaged 38 minutes per game … Assisted

on goal in UConn’s win over nationally-ranked Indiana (9/6).

As a Sophomore (2002): Saw time in 18 games … Had

one start against Adelphi (10/26) and scored first collegiate

point and assist … Also added an assist against St. John’s

in BIG EAST Semis (11/15) … Key sub off the bench in the

backfield … Averaged 29-minutes per game … Played all

90-minutes against Adelphi.

ARIAS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2002 11 5 10 0 1 1

2003 21 20 11 1 3 5

2004 22 19 7 0 3 3

Career 54 44 28 1 7 9

As a Freshman (2001): Started first six of seven games of

the season … Sat out Washington (9/1) game due to a

severe charley horse … Saw action in only three games

since losing starting nod (WVU, Rutgers and VA Tech).

Prior to UConn: Competed two years at The Hun School

of Princeton ... A two-time All-Prep honoree and three-time

All-State member ... Competed in Europe with Region I ODP

team in April of 2001 ... Member of the Mercer United

Warriors club team which finished second in Region I in

2000.

Personal: Graduated with a degree in History ... Born

August 5, 1982.

COYLE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2001 10 6 0 0 0 0

2002 18 1 1 0 2 2

2003 16 5 1 0 1 1

2004 15 1 4 0 1 1

Career 59 13 6 0 4 4

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WILLIAM WILLIAM OSORIO OSORIO #12

Midfield • 5-6

Miami, Fla. • Miami Sun

At Connecticut: Played a valuable

role in the midfield, playing in 55

games with 10 starts over four years

and scoring points on one goals and

four assists.

As a Senior (2004): One of five

players to play in every game in 2004 ... Started nine of 23

contests at the midfield ... netted lone career goal against

Virginia Commonwealth (9/22) ... Played a career-high 101

minutes in overtime thriller versus the Rams.

As a Junior (2003): Played in 12 games … Averaged 21

minutes per game … Had one assist in win over Hartford

(10/22) … Played a season-high 79 minautes in NCAA

Second Round Game at St. John’s (11/26).

As a Sophomore (2002): Saw time in seven games …

Averaged 17 minutes off the bench … Saw a career-high 45

minutes against Rutgers in BIG EAST Quarters … Added

an assist against Syracuse (11/3) for first career point …

Took three shots from the midfield.

Midfield • 5-10

Hartford, Conn. • Hartford

Drafted by the New England

Revolution in the third round of

the 2005 Major League Soccer

Supplemental Draft.

At Connecticut: Two-year starter in

the midfield for the Huskies after transferring from Hartford

where he played two seasons.

As a Senior (2004): Played in 22 of 23 games, making 18

starts ... tallied three assists on the year, including one

against Rutgers (10/16) to support the lone goal of the game

... Added assists versus Quinnipiac (10/5) and Boston

University (10/12) ... Played in three complete games,

including a double overtime contest at Villanova (10/3).

As a Junior (2003): Played in 21 games, making 18 starts

in Husky debut … Had 16 consecutive starts to end the

season (Rutgers-St. John’s) … Scored lone goal of the

season and game in win over nationally-ranked Notre Dame

(10/18) … Tallied three assists, including two against former

team Hartford (10/22) .. Also added an assist at West Virginia

(9/27) … Has a total of five points on the season (1 goal, 3

assists) … Averaged 60 minutes of playing time … Played

a season-high 94 minutes in final game of season at St.

John’s (11/26) … Made first start for UConn against Wake

Forest (8/29).

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#12

As a Freshman (2001): Played in 13 games … Earned first

career start against Virginia Tech in BIG EAST Quarterfinals

(11/11).

Prior to UConn: Four year letterwinner at Miami Sunset High

School under head coach Matthew Flipse ... Senior captain

and led squad to GMAC Conference title ... Named All-City

and All-South Florida ... Tallied 14 goals and 12 assists as a

senior ... A Merit Scholar-Athlete.

Personal: Economics major ... Born September 17, 1982.

OSORIO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2001 13 1 2 0 0 0

2002 7 0 3 0 1 1

2003 12 0 2 0 1 1

2004 23 9 9 1 2 4

Career 55 10 16 1 4 6

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EASTON EASTON WILSON WILSON #8

At Hartford (2001-02): Played in 38 games at Hartford,

making 37 starts at the forward position … Scored 12 goals

and four assists for 28 points on 102 shots … Missed only

one start during the 2002 season … Named to the America

East All-Rookie Team in 2001, and was also an America East

Academic Honor Roll recipient.

In High School: Attended Weaver High School in Hartford,

CT … Named to the All-Conference, All-State and All-New

England Teams following senior season … A two-time team

MVP … Team finished with No. 1 conference ranking senior

season.

Personal: Chemistry major … Born June 10, 1983.

WILSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Starts Shots G A Pts.

2001* 20 20 56 10 3 23

2002* 18 17 46 2 1 5

2003 21 18 26 1 3 5

2004 22 18 32 0 3 3

Career 81 73 160 13 10 36

* 2001-02-- University of Hartford


2004 BOX SCORES

Game 1 - Sept. 1, 2004

Michigan 1, UConn 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Michigan 0 1 - - 1

UConn

Scoring

0 0 - - 0

MI Savitskie (Sterba, Blanks) 81:02

Shots: UC 9, MI 10

Saves: UC 5, MI 5

Fouls: UC 8, MI 10

Corner Kicks: UC 3, MI 4

Offsides: UC 4, MI 0

Attendance: 3,121

Cards:

YC-MI Alexander 35:02

YC-MI Hall 40:46

YC-UC Sealy

Records:

UConn (0-1), Mich (1-0)

65:075

Game 5 - Sept. 15, 2004

UConn 1, St. Peter’s 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

St. Peter’s 0 0 0 0 0

UConn

Scoring:

0 0 0 1 1

UC Sealy (Burns)

Shots: UC 9, SP 12

Saves: UC 4, SP 3

Fouls: UC 14, SP 12

Corner Kicks: UC 7, SP 3

Offsides: UC 2, SP 4

Attendance: 695

Cards:

106:42

YC-SP Grovers

Records:

79:50

UConn (2-3), St. Peter’s (0-2-1)

Game 9 - Oct. 3, 2004

UConn 2, Villanova 2

Villanova, Pa.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 2 0 0 2

Villanova 1

Scoring:

1 0 0 2

VU Rowan (Stassfurth) 11:09

VU Sleece (McNulty) 76:18

UC Forko (Chijindu, Brown) 86:52

UC Chijindu (Brown)

Shots: UC 19, VU 13

Saves: UC 4, VU 4

Fouls: UC 9, VU 21

Corner Kicks: UC 5, VU 1

Offsides: UC 1, VU 1

Attendance: 418

87:45

Cards: YC-UC Borggren 75:30

YC-UC Osorio 76:16

Records: UConn (4-3-2, 2-0-1),

Villanova (5-2-2, 3-2-1)

Game 2 - Sept. 4, 2004

Washington 1, UConn 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Wash. 1 0 - - 1

UConn

Scoring:

0 0 - - 0

WA Armstrong (Klaas) 11:40

Shots: UC 12, WA 3

Saves: UC 2, WA 4

Fouls: UC 12, WA 7

Corner Kicks: UC 2, WA 9

Offsides: UC 0, WA 1

Attendance: 2,437

Cards:

YC-UC Arias 59:09

YC-UC Moloi

Records:

UConn (0-2), Wash. (2-0)

63:37

Game 6 - Sept. 19, 2004

UConn 2, West Virginia 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

W. Va. 0 0 - - 0

UConn

Scoring:

0 2 - - 2

UC Chijindu (Arias) 74:05

UC Brown (unassisted)

Shots: UC 11, WV 3

Saves: UC 1, WV 3

Fouls: UC 10, WV 5

Corner Kicks: UC 0, WV 3

Offsides: UC 0, WV 2

Attendance: 2,124

Cards:

89:40

YC-WV McTavish 32:30

YC-WV Smith

Records:

81:12

UConn (3-3, 1-0),WVU (3-3, 0-2)

Game 10 - Oct. 5, 2004

UConn 2, Quinnipiac 1

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Quinnipiac1 0 - - 1

UConn 0 2 - - 2

Scoring:

QU Camara (Popolozio) 8:17

UC Chijindu (Wilson) 71:03

UC Burns (Arias, Brown) 77:50

Shots: UC 16, QU 5

Saves: UC 2, QU 6

Fouls: UC 7, QU 11

Corner Kicks: UC 9, QU 3

Offsides: UC 2, QU 1

Attendance: 822

Cards: None

Records:

UConn (5-3-2),

Quinnipiac (4-4-1)

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Game 3 - Sept. 10, 2004

UConn 4, Richmond 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Richmond 0 0 - - 0

UConn

Scoring:

4 0 - - 4

UC Cameron (Chijindu, Macala) 2:47

UC Macala (Forko) 18:50

UC Macala (Borggren) 28:52

UC Macala (Osorio)

Shots: UC 10, UR 5

Saves: UC1, UR 2

Fouls: UC 4, UR 6

Corner Kicks: UC 6, UR 2

Offsides: UC 0, UR 1

Attendance: 3,268

Cards: None

Records:

UConn (1-2), Rich. (1-2)

37:34

Game 7 - Sept. 22, 2004

UConn 1, VCU 1

Richmond, Va.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 1 0 0 1

VCU

Scoring:

0 1 0 0 1

VC Oduro (Assante) 50:31

UC Osorio (Forko)

Shots: UC 11, VC 13

Saves: UC 1, VC 5

Fouls: UC 13, VC 13

Corner Kicks: UC 5, VC 7

Offsides: UC 7, VC 1

Attendance: 539

Cards:

89:44

YC-VC Asante 71:45

YC-VC Shirley

Records: UConn (3-3-1),

104:50

Va. Commonwealth (3-2-1)

Game 11 - Oct. 9, 2004

No. 11 St. John’s 1, UConn 0

Queens, N.Y.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 0 - - 0

St. John’s 0

Scoring:

1 - - 1

SJ Schmid (unassisted)

Shots: UC 4, SJ 11

Saves: UC 2, SJ 1

Fouls: UC 10, SJ 12

Corner Kicks: UC 1, SJ 7

Offsides: UC 1, SJ 5

Attendance: 1, 736

Cards: None

Records:

UConn (5-4-2, 2-1-1),

St. John’s (7-3-2, 4-1-1)

55:16

Game 4 - Sept. 11, 2004

UC Santa Barbara 1, UConn 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UCSB 0 1 - - 1

UConn 0 0 - - 0

Scoring:

SB McAthy (Jones, Apilado) 54:16

Shots: UC 11, SB 11

Saves: UC 3, SB 2

Fouls: UC 7, SB 15

Corner Kicks: UC 2, SB 0

Offsides: UC 0, SB 6

Attendance: 3,976

Cards: None

Records:

UConn (1-3), UCSB (4-0)

Game 8 - Sept. 25, 2004

UConn 1, Pittsburgh 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Pittsburgh0 0 - - 0

UConn

Scoring:

0 1 - - 1

UC Forko (Borggren)

Shots: UC 19, UP 5

Saves: UC 0, UP 6

Fouls: UC 6, UP 9

Corner Kicks: UC 10, UP 0

Offsides: UC 1, UP 1

Attendance: 5,327

Cards:

73:01

YC-UP Kerr 7:36

Records: UConn (4-3-1, 2-0),

Pittsburgh (2-2-2, 0-1-1)

Game 12 - Oct. 12, 2004

UConn 2, Boston Univ. 1

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Boston U. 1 0 - - 1

UConn

Scoring:

2 0 - - 2

UC Chijindu (Wilson, Burns) 2:54

BU Erlichman (Dunn) 24:12

UC Macala (Chijindu)

Shots: UC 11, BU 2

Saves: UC 0, BU 5

Fouls: UC 14, BU 13

Corner Kicks: UC 6, BU 6

Offsides: UC 6, BU 4

Attendance: 745

27:24

Cards: YC-BU Cross 35:51

YC-UC James 42:21

YC-BU Evjen 43:25

YC-BU Bianchi 67:26

Records:UC (6-4-2), BU (4-6-1)

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Game 13 - Oct. 16, 2004

UConn 1, Rutgers

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Rutgers 0 0 0 0 0

UConn

Scoring:

0 0 0 1 1

UC James (Wilson)

Shots: UC 15, RU 5

Saves: UC 1, RU 4

Fouls: UC 8, RU 7

Corner Kicks: UC 7, RU 0

Offsides: UC 0, RU 5

Attendance: 2,756

106:41

Cards: YC-RU Donoho 20:51

YC-UC Shalchon 70:38

YC-RU Koffeman 70:50

YC-UC Wilson

Records:

UConn (7-4-2, 3-1-1),

Rutgers (5-6-3, 2-3-2)

75:40

Game 17 - Oct. 30, 2004

No. 5 Notre Dame 2, UConn 0

Notre Dame, Ind.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Notre Dame0 2 - - 2

UConn

Scoring:

0 0 - - 0

ND Lapira (Norman) 84:54

ND Mousinho (McGeeney)88:35

Shots: UC 7, ND 15

Saves: UC 2, ND 2

Fouls: UC 9, ND 12

Corner Kicks: UC 2, ND 6

Offsides: UC 2, ND 2

Attendance: 886

Cards:

YC-ND Daley 62:19

YC-UC Cordeiro 75:12

RC-UC Arias 84:38

Records: UConn (8-7-2, 4-4-1)

Notre Dame (13-2-2, 8-1-1)

Game 21 - Nov. 14, 2004

UConn 0, Seton Hall 0

PK’s UConn 5, Seton Hall 3

Piscataway, N.J.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Seton Hall 0 0 0 0 0

UConn 0 0 0 0 0

Scoring: None.

Shots: UC 6, SH 16

Saves: UC 6, SH 2

Fouls: UC 22, SH 15

Corner Kicks: UC 3, SH 4

Offsides: UC 2, SH 0

Attendance: 576

Cards: YC-UC Sealy 30:31

YC-SH Pedreiras 30:38

YC-SH Salotti 43:41

YC-UC Schilling

Records: UConn (11-7-3),

Seton Hall (12-6-3)

57:38

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Game 14 - Oct. 20, 2004

Boston Coll. 2, UConn 0

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

BC 1 1 - - 2

UConn

Scoring:

0 0 - - 0

BC Haggerty (Helgason) 24:50

BC Nicholas (Davies, Magen-David) 83:45

Shots: UC 5, BC 10

Saves: UC 3, BC 2

Fouls: UC 12, BC 15

Corner Kicks: UC 7, BC 3

Offsides: UC 1, BC 1

Attendance: 816

Cards: YC-UC James 27:23

YC-BC McMillian 27:23

YC-BC Gavilanes 41:46

YC-BC Helgason 59:41

Records: UConn (7-5-2, 3-2-1)

Boston College (10-3-0, 6-3-0)

Game 18 - Nov. 2, 2004

UConn 2, Providence 1

Providence, R.I.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 2 - - 2

Providence0

Scoring:

1 - - 1

UC Sealy (Macala) 57:42

PC Nobrega (Lynch) 62:26

UC Chijindu (Macala)

Shots: UC 8, PC 10

Saves: UC 4, PC 4

Fouls: UC 12, PC 14

Corner Kicks: UC 3, PC 3

Offsides: UC 2, PC 2

Attendance: 225

74:20

Cards: YC-UC Sealy 66:42

YC-PC Nobrega 62:26

RC-PC Petrarca 88:57

Records: UConn (9-7-2, 5-4-1)

Providence (0-16-0, 0-10-0)

Game 22 - Nov. 20, 2004

UConn 2, Marist 1

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Marist 0 1 0 - 1

UConn 0 1 1 - 2

Scoring: UC Chijindu (Arias) 48:36

MC Graci (Castor) 87:03

UC Sealy (Chijindu)

Shots: UC 11, MC 5

Saves: UC 0, MC 4

Fouls: UC 11, MC 9

Corner Kicks: UC 5, MC 4

Offsides: UC 2, MC 1

Attendance: 1,756

91:29

Cards: YC-MC Mones 21:44

YC-UC Arias 44:13

YC-MC Rogic 66:23

YC-UC James

Records: UConn (11-7-3),

Seton Hall (12-6-3)

87:03

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Game 15 - Oct. 23, 2004

No. 17 Seton Hall 2,

No. 21 UConn 0

South Orange, N.J.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 0 - - 0

Seton Hall 1

Scoring:

1 - - 2

SH Kljestan (Niziolek, Laveture)16:29

SH Pedreiras (Tomczuk)

Shots: UC 10, SH 13

Saves: UC 3, SH 3

Fouls: UC 14, SH 10

Corner Kicks: UC 3, SH 5

Offsides: UC 2, SH 6

Attendance: 615

Cards:

72:18

YC-UC James

Records:

UConn (7-6-2, 3-3-1),

Seton Hall (10-5-1, 5-4-1)

75:49

Game 19 - Nov. 7, 2004

UConn 1, Boston Coll. 0

Newton, Mass.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 1 - - 1

BC

Scoring:

0 0 - - 0

UC Sealy (Brown)

Shots: UC 14, BC 11

Saves: UC 1, BC 6

Fouls: UC 11, BC 12

Corner Kicks: UC 6, BC 2

Offsides: UC 1, BC 0

Attendance: 932

85:08

Cards: YC-UC Shalchon 17:30

YC-UC Wilson 20:34

YC-BC Toure 41:33

YC-BC Melamed

Records: UConn (10-7-2),

Boston College (12-4-2)

49:50

BIG EAST QUARTERFINAL

Game 23 - Nov. 23, 2004

Boston Coll. 1, UConn 0

Newton, Mass.

1 2 OT 2OT F

UConn 0 0 - - 0

BC

Scoring:

0 1 - - 1

BC Brill (Helgason)

Shots: UC 13, BC 11

Saves: UC 4, BC 0

Fouls: UC 8, BC 8

Corner Kicks: UC 3, BC 7

Offsides: UC 0, BC 0

Attendance: 912

Cards:

60:00

YC-BC Haggerty 4:41

YC-UC Arias 65:29

Records: UConn (12-8-3),

Boston College (13-4-2)

NCAA SECOND ROUND

2004 BOX SCORES

Game 16 - Oct. 27, 2004

UConn 3, Syracuse 2

Storrs, Conn.

1 2 OT 2OT F

Syracuse 2 0 - - 2

UConn

Scoring:

2 1 - - 3

UC James (Brown, Forko) 5:44

UC Burns (Macala) 11:53

SU Evans (unassisted) 26:55

SU Hickey (Collings) 42:47

UC Macala (Osorio, Coyle) 59:12

Shots: UC 7, SU 6

Saves: UC 2, SU 2

Fouls: UC 8, SU 8

Corner Kicks: UC 3, SU 4

Offsides: UC 2, SU 3

Attendance: 885

Cards: None.

Records:UConn (8-6-2, 4-3-1)

Syracuse (4-11-0, 2-7-0)

Game 20 - Nov. 12, 2004

UConn 1, West Virginia 0

Piscataway, N.J.

1 2 OT 2OT F

W. Va. 0 0 - - 0

UConn

Scoring:

1 0 - - 0

UC Sealy (unassisted)

Shots: UC 10, WV 5

Saves: UC 0, WV 3

Fouls: UC 7, WV 9

Corner Kicks: UC 6, WV 4

Offsides: UC 1, WV 0

Attendance: Not Available.

3:50

Cards: YC-UC Wilson 56:56

YC-WV Smith 71:05

YC-WV Wright

Records: UConn (11-7-2),

West Virginia (12-7-1)

78:13

BIG EAST SEMIFINAL


Junior Co-Captain

MOSHE SHALCHON

The BIG EAST Conference

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The BIG EAST Confernece 52-53

UConn’s BIG EAST Tournament History 53

2004 BIG EAST Review 54-55

2005 BIG EAST Composite Schedule 56

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The BIG EAST Conference moves into 2005-06 with an

emphasis on the word “Big” as the league becomes the largest

Division I-A conference in the nation with 16 outstanding

academic and athletic institutions. The goal of the BIG EAST

has always been to compete at the highest level and to do

so with integrity and sportsmanship.

In 2005-06, the league welcomes five new members: University

of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville,

Marquette University and the University of South Florida.

BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top

33 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago,

Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford,

Milwaukee and Cincinnati. With the incoming members,

the BIG EAST markets will contain almost one fourth

of all television households in the U.S.

Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 25

national championships in six different sports and 123 student-athletes

have won individual national titles. Last year,

Providence’s Kim Smith won the NCAA women’s country

championship. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team took

the 2004 national title.

The BIG EAST has always been able to boast that some

of its best students are also some of its best athletes. More

than 300 student-athletes have earned Academic All-America

honors.

In 2003-04, three BIG EAST student-athletes were named

the national scholar-athletes of the year in their respective

sports – Connecticut’s Emeka Okafor in men’s basketball,

Notre Dame’s Vanessa Pruzinsky in women’s soccer and

St. John’s Chris Wingert in men’s soccer.

BIG EAST student-athletes also have continued their success

after leaving the classrooms and playing fields. Former

Connecticut women's basketball standout Dr. Leigh Curl was

inducted into the Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 1999.

Former Georgetown men’s basketball star Dikembe Mutombo

was named a winner of the President’s Service Award, the

highest honor in the U.S. for volunteer service.

The BIG EAST continues to thrive in the basketball arena.

In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA

history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA titles in the

same season. With the Syracuse men and the UConn

women grabbing NCAA crowns the previous year, the BIG

EAST also became the first conference in NCAA history to

win the men’s and women’s titles in consecutive seasons.

In fact, the BIG EAST has won five of the last six women’s

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basketball crowns and three of the last seven men’s titles.

Whether it’s the student-athletes or the league as a whole,

moving proactively has been a consistent strategy for the conference

that was formed in 1979. The Big East has continually

turned challenges into opportunities to bolster its strength.

In the spring of 2001, the BIG EAST added women's lacrosse

to its growing list of sports. The inaugural women's

golf championship was held in the spring of 2003.

The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following

a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College,

St. John's, Georgetown and Syracuse Universities. Seton Hall,

Connecticut and Boston College completed the original sevenschool

alliance.

While the membership has both increased and changed,

the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference

reflects a tradition of broadbased programs, led by administrators

and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic

integrity. The BIG EAST Conference has enjoyed a

leadership role nationally. Its student-athletes own significantly

high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement

notably shows a balance between intercollegiate athletics

and academics.

Any successful organization needs outstanding leader-

2005 BIG EAST Tournament

The 2005 BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Championship will feature

the top 12 of the league’s 16 teams. The top six teams in each

division, seeded by conference point total, qualify for the Conference

Championship. The top two teams in each division

earn a first-round bye to the quarterfinals. The first round and

quarterfinal games will be held on the campus of the higher

seeded team. First round games will be held on Nov. 2-3, with

the Quarterfinals following on Nov. 5-6. The University of Connecticut

will serve as host for the semifinals (Nov. 11) and the

championship game (Nov. 13). Selection and seeding are based

on regular season conference records. The champion receives

the league’s automatic bid to the 48-team NCAA Division I

Men’s Soccer Championship.

The tournament pairings follow:

Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 2-3 - First Round

Campus sites of higher seeded schools

Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 5-6 - Quarterfinals

Campus sites of higher seeded schools

Friday, Nov. 11 - Semifinals

at Morrone Stadium, Storrs, Conn.

#3/#6 winner vs. #2/#7 winner

#1/#8 winner vs. #4/#5 winner

Sunday, Nov. 13 - Final

at Morrone Stadium, Storrs, Conn.

Semifinal winners (All times TBA)


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ship. Michael Tranghese, the league's first full-time employee,

and for 11 years the associate to Dave Gavitt, moved into the

Commissioner's chair in 1990. In his first year, he administered

the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference.

The league has long been considered a leader in innovative

concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding

television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility

for BIG EAST student-athletes. The conference has

enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and

ABC.

While BIG EAST basketball games are regular sellouts at

campus and major public arenas, including the annual BIG

Connecticut Soccer's BIG EAST Tournament History

REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENT OPPONENTS TOURNEY

YEAR W L T FINISH W L T

1982 No Conf. Play@ #3 Boston College 1, #2 Connecticut 1 0 0 1

(B.C. won shoot-out, 5-4)**

1983 2 1 0 n/a #2 Connecticut 1, #3 Boston College 0 2 0 0

Connecticut 5, #4 Syracuse 1

1984 1 2 0 n/a #3 Connecticut 5, #2 Syracuse 0 2 0 0

Connecticut 1, #1 Providence 0

1985 3 0 0 1st* #1 Connecticut 1, #4 St. John’s 0 1 1 0

#2 Syracuse 1, Connecticut 0

1986 1 2 0 t 3rd* #2 Syracuse 1, #3 Connecticut 0 0 1 0

1987 3 0 0 1st* #2 Connecticut 1, #3 St. John’s 0 1 1 0

#1 Seton Hall 2, Connecticut 1

1988 2 1 0 t 1st* #2 Connecticut 3, #3 Syracuse 1 1 1 0

#1 Seton Hall 4, Connecticut 2

1989 1 0 2 2nd* #1 Connecticut 2, #4 Boston College 0 2 0 0

Connecticut 3, #2 Seton Hall 0

1990 3 2 3 4th #1 Seton Hall 2, #4 Connecticut 2 0 0 1

(S.H.U. won shoot-out, 4-2)**

1991 6 2 0 2nd #3 St. John’s 2, #2 Connecticut 1 0 1 0

1992 3 4 1 5th ----

1993 3 5 0 8th ----

1994 5 3 0 5th ----

1995 4 6 1 8th #1 Boston College 2, #8 Connecticut 1 0 1 0

1996 7 2 2 2nd #2 Connecticut 3, #7 Seton Hall 0 1 1 0

#3 Notre Dame 2, #2 Connecticut 1

1997 5 6 0 7th #2 Georgetown 2, #7 Connecticut 0 0 1 0

1998 9 2 0 1st #1 Connecticut 4, #8 West Virginia 0 1 1 0

#4 Georgetown 2, #1 Connecticut 1

1999 9 2 0 t 1st #2 Connecticut 2, #7 Seton Hall 0 3 0 0

#2 Connecticut 1, #6 Syracuse 0

#2 Connecticut 2, #5 Georgetown 0

2000 8 1 2 1st #1 Connecticut 2, #8 Syracuse 0 1 1 0

#5 Seton Hall 3, #1 Connecticut 2 (OT)

2001 9 1 0 1st #1 Connecticut 2, #8 Virginia Tech 1 (2OT) 2 1 0

#1 Connecticut 1, #4 Rutgers 0

#3 St. John’s 1, #1 Connecticut 0

2002 7 3 0 3rd #3 Connecticut 1, #6 Rutgers 0 2 1 0

#3 Connecticut 2, #2 St. John’s 2 (2ot), UC advances on pk’s

#1 Boston College 3, #3 Connecticut 2

2003 5 3 2 6th #3 Notre Dame 2, #6 Connecticut 0 0 1 0

2004 5 4 1 t 5th #6 Connecticut 1, #3 Boston College 0 2 0 1

#6 Connecticut 1, #7 West Virginia 0

#6 Connecticut 0, #8 Seton Hall 0, UC wins championship, 5-3 PKs

Total 101 52 14 .647 20 Years: 21 13 3

BOLD- Tournament Championships; @- Divisional play was held from 1985-90; *indicates Connecticut’s Northern Division finish. Full roundrobin

play implemented in 1990. **Game result recorded as a tie for NCAA statistical purposes; Boston College and Seton Hall advanced on

penalty kicks for tournament purposes.

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EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden, attendance

figures also are significant at BIG EAST soccer, women's basketball

and baseball games.

More than 500 BIG EAST athletes have earned All America

recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national

championships. The BIG EAST has been well-represented in

U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes

earned gold medals in each of the last five summer Olympiads.

The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where

the conference administers to more than 5,500 athletes in 23

sports.

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2004 BIG EAST Awards

Offensive Player of the Year: Ricky Schramm, Georgetown, So.

Defensive Player of the Year: Jack Stewart, Notre Dame, Sr.

Midfielder of the Year: Guy Melamed, Boston College, Sr.

Goalkeeper of the Year: Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame, Sr.

Rookie of the Year: Charlie Davis, Boston College

Coaching Staff of the Year: Notre Dame - Bobby Clark (Head Coach),

Mike Avery (Assistant Coach) and Brian Wiese (Assistant Coach)

All-BIG All-BIG EAST EAST First First Team

Team

Chris Sawyer Notre Dame Sr. GK

Charlie Davies Boston College Fr. F

Kevin Goldthwaite Notre Dame Sr. D

Matt Groenwald St. John’s Sr. M

Pat Haggerty Boston College Sr. D

Sacha Kljestan Seton Hall So. M

Jerrod Laventure Seton Hall Sr. F

Guy Melamed Boston College Sr. M

Simone Salinno St. John’s Sr. M

Ricky Schramm Georgetown So. F

Jack Stewart Notre Dame Sr. D

All-BIG All-BIG EAST EAST EAST Second Second Team

Team

Issey Maholo Boston College So. GK

Sam Brill Boston College So. D

Jeff Curtin Georgetown Jr. D

Greg Dalby Notre Dame So. M

Dan Gargan Georgetown Sr. M

Jason Hernandez Seton Hall Sr. D

JULIUS JAMES CONNECTICUT FR. D

Nick LaBrocca Rutgers So. M

Jon Lopuski Villanova Sr. M

MPHO MOLOI CONNECTICUT JR. M

Keeyan Young Pittsburgh Jr. F

All-BIG All-BIG EAST EAST Third Third Team

Team

Jeff Carroll St. John’s Jr. D

CHUKWUDI CHIJINDU CONNECTICUT FR. F

Chris Corcoran St. John’s Sr. D

Dan DeMasters Villanova Fr. F

Ian Etherington Notre Dame So. M

WILLIS FORKO CONNECTICUT JR. D

Andrei Gotsmanov St. John’s Fr. F

Chris Karcz Rutgers Sr. F

Justin McGeeney Notre Dame So. F

Steven Old St. John’s Fr. D

Aaron Pitchkolan West Virginia Sr. B

Andre Schmid St. John’s Sr. F

The HUSKIES

celebrate after

winning the 2004

BIG EAST

Championship by

a 5-3 penalty kick

advantage over

Seton Hall.

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2004 FINAL STANDINGS

TEAM BIG EAST Points Overall

Notre Dame 8-1-1 25 13-3-3

St. John’s 6-1-3 21 13-5-4

Boston College* 6-3-1 19 13-5-4

Villanova 5-3-2 17 7-5-6

Georgetown 5-4-1 16 11-8-2

CONNECTICUT@ 5-4-1 16 12-8-3

West Virginia 5-4-1 16 12-7-1

Seton Hall 5-5-0 15 12-7-3

Pittsburgh 3-6-1 10 6-8-3

Syracuse 3-7-0 9 5-12-0

Rutgers 2-5-3 9 6-8-4

Providence 0-10-0 0 0-16-0

* - BIG EAST Regular Season Champions

@ - BIG EAST Tournament Champions

2004 BIG EAST SCORING LEADERS (ALL GAMES)

Player, School GP G A Pts.

1. Ricky Schramm, Georgetown 21 13 6 32

2. Jerrod LaVenture, Seton Hall 16 8 6 22

Charlie Davies, Boston College 20 9 4 22

Andrei Gotsmanov, St. John’s 21 9 4 22

5. Sacha Kljestan, Seton Hall 22 7 7 21

2004 BIG EAST GOALIE LEADERS (ALL GAMES)

Player, School GP GAA Svs. SO

1. Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame 19 0.46 42 11.0

2. Issey Mahola, Boston College 20 0.49 75 10.0

3. Bill Gaudette, St. John’s 20 0.71 61 8.0

4. Nick Noble, West Virginia 20 0.77 67 5.0

5. Lubos Ancin, Rutgers 14 0.80 33 6.0

2004 TEAM STATISTIC LEADERS (ALL GAMES)

Goals

School GP G Avg/G

1. Georgetown 21 42 2.00

2. Seton Hall 22 35 1.59

3. St. John’s 22 31 1.41

4. West Virginia 20 30 1.50

5. Notre Dame 19 29 1.53

Assists

School GP A Avg/G

1. Georgetown 21 57 2.71

2. Seton Hall 22 37 1.68

3. CONNECTICUT 23 28 1.22

4. Notre Dame 19 26 1.37

5. St. John’s 22 25 1.14

GAA

1. Notre Dame 19 9 0.47

2. Boston College 20 10 0.50

3. Rutgers 18 16 0.89

4. St. John’s 22 17 0.77

West Virginia 20 17 0.77

Shutouts

1. Notre Dame 19 12 0.63

2. Boston College 20 11 0.55

3. Seton Hall 22 10 0.45

St. John’s 22 10 0.45

5. Rutgers 18 8 0.44

West Virginia 20 8 0.40

CONNECTICUT 23 8 0.35

Corner Kicks

1. Notre Dame 19 118 6.21

2. St. John’s 22 112 5.09

3. Seton Hall 22 111 5.05

4. Georgetown 21 106 5.05

5. CONNECTICUT 23 104 4.52


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2004 BIG EAST

Players of the Week

OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Sept. 6 Mark Pedreiras, Seton Hall

Sept. 13 Andre Schmid, St. John’s

Jonathan Lopuski, Villanova

Sept. 20 Jerrod Laventure, Seton Hall

Sept. 27 Justin McGenney, Notre Dame

Jarrod Smith, West Virginia

Oct. 4 Ricky Schramm, Georgetown

Oct. 11 Tony Megna, Notre Dame

Oct. 18 Charlie Davies, Boston Coll.

Oct. 25 Joe Lapira, Notre Dame

Nov. 1 Andrei Gotsmanov, St. John’s

DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Sept. 6 Jack Stewart, Notre Dame

Sept. 13 Pat Haggerty, Boston College

Sept. 20 Moshe Shalchon, UConn

Sept. 27 Guy Melamed, Boston College

Oct. 4 Kevin Goldthwaite, Notre Dame

Oct. 11 Bart Koffeman, Rutgers

Oct. 18 Julius James, UConn

Oct. 25 Ezra Prendergast, Syracuse

Nov. 1 Jeff Curtin, Georgetown

GOALKEEPERS OF THE WEEK:

Sept. 6 Issey Maholo, Boston College

Sept. 13 Issey Maholo, Boston College

Spet. 20 Bill Gaudette, St. John’s

Sept. 27 Issey Maholo, Boston College

Nick Noble, West Virginia

Oct. 4 Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame

Oct. 11 Lubos Ancin, Rutgers

Oct. 18 Issey Maholo, Boston College

Oct. 25 Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame

Nov. 1 Andrew Keszler, Georgetown

ROOKIES OF THE WEEK:

Sept. 6 Charlie Davies, Boston College

Sept. 13 Bonginkosi Macala, UConn

Spet. 20 Dan DeMasters, Villanova

Sept. 27 Charlie Davies, Boston Coll.

Oct. 4 Chukwudi Chijindu, UConn

Oct. 11 No selection this week

Oct. 18 Jarrod Evans, West Virginia

Oct. 25 Brad Peetoom, Syracuse

Nov. 1 John Mousinho, Notre Dame

Bonginkosi Macala, UConn

BIG EAST Postseason Honors

NSCAA/adidas All-America Teams

First Team

Sacha Kljestan, Seton Hall

Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame

Second Team

Guy Melamed, Boston College

Soccer America MVP’s

Guy Melamed, Boston College

Jack Stewart, Notre Dame

Soccer America Freshman All-American

Charlie Davies, Boston College

Andrei Gotsmanov, St. John’s

JULIUS JAMES, CONNECTICUT

College Soccer News All-America Team

First Team

Guy Melamed, Boston College

Chris Sawyer, Notre Dame

College Soccer News All-Freshmen Team

First Team

Charlie Davies, Boston College

Andrei Gotsmanov, St. John’s

JULIUS JAMES, CONNECTICUT

Third Team

Dan DeMasters, Villanova

Stephen Old, St. John’s

2004 BIG EAST Tournament Results

Quarterfinals - at sites of higher seeded team

Saturday, November 6

No. 5 Georgetown, 1 at No. 4 Villanova, 1 (2ot)

GU advances on PK’s, 4-3

No. 8 Seton Hall, 0 at No. 1 Notre Dame, 0 (2ot)

SHU advances on PK’s, 8-7

No. 7 West Virginia, 1 at No. 2 St. John’s, 0

Sunday, November 7

No. 6 Connecticut, 1 at No. 3 Boston College, 0

Semifinals & Final - at Rutgers, Piscataway, N.J.

Friday, November 12 - Semifinal doubleheader

No. 6 Connecticut, 1 vs. No. 7 West Virginia, 0

No. 8 Seton Hall, 1 vs. No. 5 Georgetown, 0 (ot)

Sunday, November 14 - Championship game

No. 8 Seton Hall, 0 vs. No. 6 Connecticut, 0 (2ot)

UConn wins on PK’s, 5-3

Most Outstanding Defensive Player -- Karl Schilling, UConn

Most Outstanding Offensive Player -- Steve Sealy, UConn

2004 NCAA Tournament Results

First Round

Sat., Nov. 20

Hofstra, 2 at Seton Hall, 1

Marist, 1 at Connecticut, 2 (2ot)

Second Round - Tues., Nov. 23

Boston University, 1 at St. John’s, 2

Ohio State, 2 at Notre Dame, 1

Connecticut, 0 at Boston College, 1

Third Round

Sat., Nov. 27

St. John’s, 2 at UCLA 1

Sun., Nov. 28

Boston College, 0 at Indiana, 1

Quarterfinals - Sat., Dec. 4

St. John’s, 0 at Maryland, 1

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WILLIS FORKO garnered

third team All-BIG EAST

honors in 2004

CHUKWUDI

CHIJINDU

earned

BIG EAST

Rookie of

the Week

honors

during the

2004

season.

MOSHE

SHALCHON

was named

Defensive

Player of

the Week

in 2004.

BONGINKOSI

MACALA

was named

Rookie of

the Week in

2004.

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SEPTEMBER

Thu. 1 Delaware at Villanova 3:00 p.m.

WVU Labor Day Tournament

Campbell at West Virginia 7:30 p.m.

Fri. 2 Drexel Tournament

Pittsburgh at Drexel 5:30 p.m.

Marist at Syracuse 4:00 p.m.

DC College Cup

Howard at Georgetown 2:30 p.m.

BAE Systems Army Fall Classic

Seton Hall vs. Birmingham So. 5:00 p.m.

URI Tournament

Providence vs. Maine 5:00 p.m.

adidas/IU Credit Union Classic

Notre Dame vs. SMU 6:00 p.m.

Philips/adidas Soccer Classic

Holy Cross vs. St. John’s 5:30 p.m.

San Diego State at Rutgers 8:00 p.m.

Ohio State Tournament

Marquette at Ohio State 7:30 p.m.

UConn adidas Soccer Classic

St. Peter’s at Connecticut 7:00 p.m.

Wright State at Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

Florida International at USF 7:30 p.m.

Univ. of Kentucky Tournament

Louisville at Kentucky 7:30 p.m.

Holiday Inn City Centre Classic

DePaul at Bradley 8:30 p.m.

Sat. 3 Univ. of Kentucky Tournament

Louisville vs. High Point 5:00 p.m.

Philips/adidas Soccer Classic

San Diego St. vs. St. John’s 5:30 p.m.

Holy Cross at Rutgers 8:00 p.m.

WVU Labor Day Tournament

Temple at West Virginia 5:30 p.m.

Holiday Inn City Centre Classic

DePaul vs. Western Illinois 6:00 p.m.

Sun. 4 Drexel Tournament

Pittsburgh vs. LaSalle Noon

Ohio State Tournament

Marquette vs. Penn State Noon

BAE Systems Army Fall Classic

Seton Hall vs. Air Force Noon

adidas/IU Credit Union Classic

Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest 1:00 p.m.

Dayton at Cincinnati 1:00 p.m.

URI Tournament

Providence at Rhode Island 2:30 p.m.

DC College Cup

American at Georgetown 2:30 p.m.

Villanova at Fairleigh Dickinson 5:00 p.m.

Loyola Coll. (Md.) at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

UConn adidas Soccer Classic

Hartwick at Connecticut 7:00 p.m.

Jacksonville at USF 7:30 p.m.

Tue. 6 Wright St. at West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 7 CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE 7:00 p.m.

Adelphi at Seton Hall 3:00 p.m.

Cornell at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

Thu. 8 Pittsburgh at Marshall 4:00 p.m.

Sacred Heart at Providence 4:00 p.m.

Fri. 9 Villanova at Pennsylvania 2:30 p.m.

St. Francis at DePaul 4:00 p.m.

Maryland Tournament

Georgetown vs. VCU 5:00 p.m.

Duke adidas Classic

St. John’s vs. NC State 5:00 p.m.

Brown Tournament

Geo. Mason vs. Connecticut 5:00 p.m.

SMU Radisson Hotel Classic

USF vs. New Mexico 6:00 p.m.

West Virginia at SMU 8:30 p.m.

University of Michigan Tournament

Louisville at Michigan 7:00 p.m.

Wright St. at West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

Nike Carolina Classic

Rutgers at North Carolina 7:30 p.m.

Drake at Marquette 8:00 p.m.

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Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament

Boston Univ. at Notre Dame 8:30 p.m.

Sun. 11 University of Michigan Tournament

Louisville vs. Michigan State 11:30 a.m.

Maryland Tournament

Georgetown vs. Santa Clara Noon

Brown Tournament

NC Greensboro at Connecticut Noon

Villanova vs. Temple Noon

Nike Carolina Classic

Rutgers vs. Wake Forest 1:00 p.m.

Adelphi at Syracuse 1:00 p.m.

Mt. St. Mary’s at Pittsburgh 1:00 p.m.

Seton Hall at St. Peter’s 1:00 p.m.

SMU Radisson Hotel Classic

N. Mexico vs. West Virginia 2:00 p.m.

Cincinnati at Butler 2:00 p.m.

Drake at DePaul 2:00 p.m.

Providence at Yale 2:00 p.m.

St. Francis at Marquette 2:00 p.m.

Duke adidas Classic

St. John’s at Duke 2:30 p.m.

Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament

St. Louis at Notre Dame 3:00 p.m.

USF at SMU 4:30 p.m.

Fri. 16 PITTSBURGH at VILLANOVA 3:00 p.m.

GEORGETOWN at DE PAUL 4:00 p.m.

CONNECTICUT at CINCINNATI 7:00 p.m.

MARQUETTE at SYRACUSE 7:00 p.m.

PROVIDENCE at LOUISVILLE 7:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME at ST. JOHN’S 7:30 p.m.

SETON HALL at USF 7:30 p.m.

WEST VIRGINIA at RUTGERS 8:00 p.m.

Sun. 18 GEORGETOWN at USF 1:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME at SYRACUSE 1:00 p.m.

PROVIDENCE at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m.

W. VIRGINIA at VILLANOVA 1:00 p.m.

SETON HALL at DE PAUL 1:30 p.m.

CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE 2:00 p.m.

MARQUETTE at ST. JOHN’S 2:00 p.m.

PITTSBURGH at RUTGERS 2:00 p.m.

Fri. 23 RUTGERS at SETON HALL 3:00 p.m.

VILLANOVA at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE at PROVIDENCE 4:00 p.m.

DE PAUL at PITTSBURGH 7:00 p.m.

USF at WEST VIRGINIA 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at CONNECTICUT 7:30 p.m.

CINCINNATI at MARQUETTE 8:00 p.m.

LOUISVILLE at NOTRE DAME 8:30 p.m.

Sun. 25 USF at PITTSBURGH Noon

VILLANOVA at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at PROVIDENCE 2:00 p.m.

CINCINNATI at NOTRE DAME 3:00 p.m.

DE PAUL at WEST VIRGINIA 3:00 p.m.

RUTGERS at GEORGETOWN3:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE at CONNECTICUT 3:00 p.m.

LOUISVILLE at MARQUETTE4:00 p.m.

Wed. 28 La Salle at Villanova 3:00 p.m.

Manhattan at Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

Robert Morris at West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

Rutgers at Princeton 7:00 p.m.

Sacred Heart at Connecticut 7:00 p.m.

Syracuse at Hartwick 7:00 p.m.

Xavier at Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

Bradley at Notre Dame 8:00 p.m.

DePaul at Loyola-Chicago 8:00 p.m.

OCTOBER

Sat. 1 PROVIDENCE at GEORGETOWN Noon

SETON HALL at PITTSBURGH 1:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE at DE PAUL 2:00 p.m.

CINCINNATI at RUTGERS 7:00 p.m.

MARQUETTE at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S 7:30 p.m.

VILLANOVA at USF 7:30 p.m.

W. VIRGINIA at NOTRE DAME 8:00 p.m.

Tues. 4 USF at Florida Atlantic 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 5 GEORGETOWN at SETON HALL 3:00 p.m.

PROVIDENCE at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at SYRACUSE 7:00 p.m.

VILLANOVA at RUTGERS 7:00 p.m.

W. VIRGINIA at PITTSBURGH7:00 p.m.

Cincinnati at Alabama A&M 7:00 p.m.

Indiana at Louisville 7:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME at MARQUETTE 8:00 p.m.

Sat. 8 DE PAUL at VILLANOVA 1:00 p.m.

SETON HALL at PROVIDENCE 1:00 p.m.

GEORGETOWN at W. VIRGINIA 7:00 p.m.

RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at CINCINNATI 7:00 p.m.

CONNECTICUT at NOTRE DAME 8:00 p.m.

PITTSBURGH at MARQUETTE 8:00 p.m.

Sun. 9 USF at SYRACUSE Noon

Tue. 11 Maryland at Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

Pennsylvania at Seton Hall 3:00 p.m.

Notre Dame at Michigan St. 5:00 p.m.

Providence at Brown 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 12 Lehigh at Villanova 3:00 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Canisius 5:00 p.m.

Bucknell at Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

Loy. Marymount at West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

Oakland at Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

Ohio State at Louisville 7:00 p.m.

Oneonta State at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

DE PAUL at USF 7:30 p.m.

Akron at St. John’s 7:30 p.m.

UW-Green Bay at Marquette 8:00 p.m.

Sat. 15 LOUISVILLE at VILLANOVA 1:00 p.m.

MARQUETTE at PROVIDENCE 1:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m.

W. VIRGINIA at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m.

RUTGERS at DE PAUL 2:00 p.m.

CINCINNATI at SYRACUSE 7:00 p.m.

PITTSBURGH at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at USF 7:30 p.m.

Tue. 18 NOTRE DAME at PROVIDENCE 3:00 p.m.

Princeton at Seton Hall 3:00 p.m.

Colgate at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

Wed. 19 Cincinnati at Bowling Green 3:00 p.m.

Creighton at Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

West Virginia at American 3:00 p.m.

Illinois – Chicago at DePaul 4:00 p.m.

Brown at Connecticut 7:00 p.m.

Robert Morris at Pittsburgh 7:00 p.m.

St. Peter’s at Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

Villanova at Lafayette 7:00 p.m.

Hartwick at St. John’s 7:30 p.m.

Louisville at Belmont 7:30 p.m.

Stetson at USF 7:30 p.m.

Marquette at Wisconsin 8:00 p.m.

Sat. 22 CONNECTICUT at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME at PITTSBURGH 1:00 p.m.

PROVIDENCE at W. VIRGINIA2:00 p.m.

VILLANOVA at CINCINNATI 3:00 p.m.

USF at RUTGERS 7:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE at LOUISVILLE 7:00 p.m.

DE PAUL at ST. JOHN’S 7:30 p.m.

GEORGETOWN at MARQUETTE 8:00 p.m.

Tue. 25 Harvard at Providence 2:30 p.m.

Wed. 26 MARQUETTE at SETON HALL 2:00 p.m.

PITTSBURGH at GEORGETOWN 2:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S at VILLANOVA 2:00 p.m.

CONNECTICUT at W. VIRGINIA 7:00 p.m.

DE PAUL at CINCINNATI 7:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE at RUTGERS 7:00 p.m.

USF at LOUISVILLE 7:00 p.m.

Indiana at Notre Dame 7:00 p.m.

Sat. 29 PROVIDENCE at PITTSBURGH 1:00 p.m.

LOUISVILLE at DE PAUL 2:00 p.m.

GEORGETOWN at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

VILLANOVA at SYRACUSE 7:00 p.m.

SETON HALL at NOTRE DAME 8:00 p.m.

CINCINNATI at USF 7:30 p.m.

RUTGERS at ST. JOHN’S 7:30 p.m.

W. VIRGINIA at MARQUETTE 8:00 p.m.

Mon. 3 Milwaukee Cup

UW-Milwaukee at Marquette 8:00 p.m.

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Preseason Westfield Cup Opponents

AKRON ZIPS

Location: Akron, OH

Field: Lee Jackson Field (1,000)

Conference: Mid-American

Colors: Blue and Gold

Head Coach: Ken Lolla

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 191-83-24/15

Rec. at Akron/Yrs.:142-67-21/12

Assistants: Mario Sanchez

2004 Record: 13-5-3

2004 MAC Rec./Finish: 3-1-2/2nd

2004 Postseason: NCAA First

Round (L, 2-1 vs. Michigan)

Starters Ret./Lost: 6/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 12/5

Soccer SID: Melanie Schneider

SID Phone: 330-972-6584

SID Fax:

SID Email: mschnei@uakron.edu

Pressbox: 330-972-8896

Website: GoZips.com

SMU MUSTANGS

Location: Dallas, Texas

Field: Westcott Field (4,000)

Conference: Conference USA

Colors: Red and Blue

Head Coach: Schellas Hyndman

Overall Rec./Yrs: 421-109-40/28

Record at SMU/Yrs: 323-85-29/21

Assistants: TBA

2004 Record: 16-4-1

2004 CUSA Rec./Finish: 8-0/1st

2004 Postseason: NCAA Second

Round (L, 2-1 vs. Tulsa)

Starters Ret./Lost: 7/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 14/10

Soccer SID: Claire Schmitt

SID Phone: 214-768-1054

SID Fax: 214-768-2044

SID Email: claires@smu.edu

Pressbox: 214-768-1902

Website: smumustangs.com

NC-GREENSBORO SPARTANS

Sept. 11 � 12:00 p.m. � Providence, R.I.

Location: Greensboro, N.C.

Field:UNCG Soccer Stad. (3,540)

Conference: Southern

Colors: Gold, White & Navy

Head Coach: Michael Parker

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 435-148-23/29

Record at UNCG/Yrs.:323-121-16/21

Assistants:Justin Maullins, Scott

Brittsan, Brad Shumate

2004 Record: 19-3-1

2004 SoCon Rec./Finish: 6-0-1/1st

2004 Postseason:NCAA Third Round

Starters Ret./Lost: 8/3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 18/8

Soccer SID: Mike Hirschman

SID Phone: 336-334-5615

SID Fax: 336-334-3182

SID Email:mwhirsch@uncg.edu

Pressbox: 336-334-5625/5523

Website: uncgspartans.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/1 UNC-Wilmington 7:00 p.m.

9/5 Charlotte 7:00 p.m.

9/9 vs. Brown 7:30 p.m.

9/11 vs. CONNECTICUT Noon

9/16 vs. UAB 7:30 p.m.

9/18 vs. Birmingham So. Noon

9/24 William & Mary 7:00 p.m.

9/27 at North Carolina 7:00 p.m.

10/1 Georgia Southern 7:00 p.m.

10/4 at Appalachian St. 3:00 p.m.

10/7 Davidson 7:00 p.m.

10/12 Furman 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Coastal Carolina 2:00 p.m.

10/19 at High Point 7:00 p.m.

10/22 Coll. of Charleston 7:00 p.m.

10/26 Wake Forest 7:00 p.m.

10/29 at Wofford 6:00 p.m.

11/2 at Elon 7:00 p.m.

BROWN BEARS

Oct. 19 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Providence, R.I.

Field: Stevenson Field (3,000)

Conference: Ivy League

Colors: Brown, Red & White

Head Coach: Mike Noonan

Overall Rec./Yrs: 167-93-29/15

Rec. at Brown/Yrs: 103-54-19/10

Assistants: Scott Wiercinski,

Ken Murphy, Anders Kelto

2004 Record: 8-7-2

2004 Ivy Rec./Finish:4-3-0/T2nd

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Return/Lost: 9/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 20/7

Soccer SID: Kristen DiChiaro

SID Phone: 401-863-7014

SID Fax: 401-863-1436

SID Email: kristen.dichiaro@brown.edu

Pressbox: 401-863-3484

Website: brownbears.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. Hartwick 4:30 p.m.

9/4 vs. St. Peter’s 4:30 p.m.

9/9 NC-Greensboro 7:30 p.m.

9/11 George Mason 2:30 p.m.

9/16 Boston University 7:00 p.m.

9/23 vs. Va. Commonwealth 5:00 p.m.

9/25 vs. Coll. of Charleston 1:00 p.m.

10/1 at Columbia 2:30 p.m.

10/4 Boston College 7:00 p.m.

10/7 Princeton 2:30 p.m.

10/11 Providence 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Harvard 2:30 p.m.

10/19 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/22 at Cornell 7:00 p.m.

10/29 Pennsylvania 7:00 p.m.

11/5 at Yale 4:00 p.m.

11/12 Dartmouth 1:00 p.m.

NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH

Oct. 8 � 7:00 p.m. � Notre Dame, Ind.

Location: Notre Dame, Ind.

Field: Alumni Field (2,500)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Blue & Gold

Head Coach: Bobby Clark

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 206-82-35/18

Record at ND/Yrs.: 53-19-10/4

Assistants:Mike Avery, Brian Wiese

2004 Record: 13-3-3

2004 BE Rec./Finish: 8-1-1/1st

2004 Postseason: NCAA First Round

Starters Ret./Lost: 6/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 16/5

Soccer SID: Sean Carroll

SID Phone: 574-631-2664

SID Fax: 574-631-7941

SID Email: carroll.64@nd.edu

Pressbox: 574-631-8551

Website: und.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. SMU 5:00 p.m.

9/4 vs. Wake Forest Noon

9/9 vs. Boston Univ. 7:30 p.m.

9/11 vs. St. Louis 2:00 p.m.

9/16 at St. John’s 8:00 p.m.

9/18 at Syracuse 1:00 p.m.

9/23 Louisville 7:30 p.m.

9/25 Cincinnati 2:00 p.m.

9/28 Bradley 7:00 p.m.

10/1 West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

10/5 at Marquette 7:00 p.m.

10/8 CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/11 at Michigan State 4:00 p.m.

10/15 at Georgetown 1:00 p.m.

10/18 at Providence 3:00 p.m.

10/22 at Pittsburgh 1:00 p.m.

10/26 Indiana 7:00 p.m.

10/29 Seton Hall 7:00 p.m.

CINCINNATI BEARCATS

Sept. 16 � 7:00 p.m. � Cincinnati, Ohio

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Field: Gettler Stadium (1,400)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Red & Black

Head Coach: Hylton Dayes

Overall Rec./Yrs: 131-115-33/16

Rec. at UC/Yrs: 35-30-14/4

Assistants: Dan Ensley, John Adams

2004 Record: 7-10-3

2004 CUSA Rec./Finish: 5-3-1/3rd

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 5/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 14/9

Soccer SID: Jeremy Martin

SID Phone: 513-556-5191

SID Fax: 513-556-0619

SID Email:jeremy.martin@uc.edu

Pressbox: 513-556-4668

Website: UCBearcats.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 Wright State 7:00 p.m.

9/4 Dayton 1:00 p.m.

9/7 at Louisville 7:00 p.m.

9/11 at Butler 2:00 p.m.

9/16 CONNECTICUT 7: 00 p.m.

9/18 Providence 1:00 p.m.

9/23 at Marqutte 8:00 p.m.

9/25 at Notre Dame 2:00 p.m.

9/28 Xavier 7:00 p.m.

10/1 at Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

10/5 at Alabama A&M 3:00 p.m.

10/8 St. John’s 7:00 p.m.

1012 Oakland 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

10/19 at Bowling Green 3:00 p.m.

10/22 Villanova 3:00 p.m.

10/26 DePaul 7:00 p.m.

10/29 at South Florida 7:30 p.m.

PITTSBURGH PANTHERS

Oct. 15 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Field: Founders Field (1,000)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Blue & Gold

Head Coach: Joe Luxbacher

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 199-162-46/24

Record at UP/Yrs.:175-150-42/21

Assts:Kirk Brodows, Brian Retzloff

2004 Record: 6-8-3

2004 BE Rec./Finish: 3-6-1/9th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 9/2

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 18/6

Soccer SID: Greg Hotchkiss

SID Phone: 412-648-8242

SID Fax: TBA

SID Email:

ghotchkiss@athletics.pitt.edu

Pressbox: Contact SID

Website: PittsburghPanthers.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 at Drexel 5:30 p.m.

9/4 vs. LaSalle Noon

9/8 at Marshall 4:00 p.m.

9/11 Mount St. Mary’s 1:00 p.m.

9/16 at Villanova 3:00 p.m.

9/18 at Rutgers 2:00 p.m.

9/23 DePaul 7:00 p.m.

9/25 South Florida Noon

10/1 Seton Hall 1:00 p.m.

10/5 West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

10/8 at Marquette 8:00 p.m.

10/12 at Canisius 5:00 p.m.

10/15 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/19 Robert Morris 7:00 p.m.

10/22 Notre Dame 1:00 p.m.

10/26 at Georgetown 2:00 p.m.

10/29 Providence 1:00 p.m.

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DUKE BLUE DEVILS

Aug. 27 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn. (exh.)

Location: Durham, N.C.

Field: Koskinen Stadium (7,000)

Conference: Atlantic Coast

Colors: Royal Blue & White

Head Coach: John Rennie

Overall Rec./Yrs: 413-190-43/34

Rec. at Duke/Yrs: 369-144-29/26

Assistants: Mike Jacobs,

Marshall Ray

2004 Record: 18-6

2004 ACC Rec./Finish: 4-3/T3rd

2004 Postseason: NCAA Semifinals

Starters Ret./Lost: 11/1

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 15/7

Soccer SID: Ben Blevins

SID Phone: 919-684-2668

SID Fax: 919-684-2489

SID Email: bblevins@duaa.duke.edu

Pressbox: 919-971-3351

Website: GoDuke.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

8/21 NC-Greensboro (exh.) 7:00 p.m.

8/27 at UCONN (exh) 7:00 p.m.

9/1 Long Island 7:00 p.m.

9/3 at St. Louis 7:00 p.m.

9/9 Charleston 7:30 p.m.

9/11 St. John’s 2:30 p.m.

9/18 Wake Forest 7:00 p.m.

9/20 at Virginia Tech 7:00 p.m.

9/24 Temple 7:00 p.m.

9/27 Longwood 7:00 p.m.

9/30 at Boston College 7:30 p.m.

10/7 Maryland 7:00 p.m.

10/11 Western Illinois 7:00 p.m.

10/16 at Virginia 1:00 p.m.

10/21 NC State 7:00 p.m.

10/26 Stony Brook 7:00 p.m.

10/29 at North Carolina 7:00 p.m.

11/1 North Florida 7:00 p.m.

11/5 Clemson 7:00 p.m.

PROVIDENCE FRIARS

Oct. 5 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Providence, R.I.

Field: Glay Field (1,500)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Black, White & Silver

Head Coach: Chaka Daley

Overall Rec./Years: 18-64-6/5

Record at PC/Years: Same

Assistants: Kempes Corbally,

Dave DeMello

2004 Record: 0-16-0

2004 BE Rec./Finish:0-10-0/12th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 11/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 15/7

Soccer SID: Arthur Parks

SID Phone: 401-865-2759

SID Fax: 401-865-2583

SID Email: aparks@providence.edu

Pressbox: None

Website: friars.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. Maine 5:00 p.m.

9/4 at Rhode Island 2:30 p.m.

9/8 Sacred Heart 4:00 p.m.

9/11 at Yale 2:00 p.m.

9/16 at Louisville 7:00 p.m.

9/18 at Cincinnati 1:00 p.m.

9/23 Syracuse 4:00 p.m.

9/25 St. John’s 2:00 p.m.

10/1 at Georgetown 1:00 p.m.

10/5 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/8 Seton Hall 1:00 p.m.

10/11 at Brown 7:00 p.m.

10/15 Marquette 1:00 p.m.

10/18 Notre Dame 3:00 p.m.

10/22 at West Virginia 2:00 p.m.

10/25 Harvard 2:30 p.m.

10/29 at Pittsburgh 1:00 p.m.

GEO. MASON PATRIOTS

Sept. 9 � 5:00 p.m. � Providence, R.I.

Location Fairfax, Va.

Field:George Mason Stad. (5,000)

Conference: Colonial Athletic

Colors: Green & Yellow

Head Coach: Fran O’Leary

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 160-96-32/16

Record at GM/Yrs: 32-27-12/4

Assistant: Leigh Sillery

2004 Record: 7-11-1

2004 CAA Rec./Finish: 3-6/8th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 4/7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost:10/10

Soccer SID: Maggie Walsh

SID Phone: 703-993-3268

SID Fax: 703-993-3259

SID Email: mwalsh7@gmu.edu

Pressbox: 703-993-3033

Website: GMUsports.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 at Liberty 7:00 p.m

9/4 Philadelphia 1:00 p.m.

9/9 vs. CONNECTICUT 5:00 p.m.

9/11 at Brown 2:30 p.m.

9/17 Geo. Washington 7:00 p.m.

9/20 La Salle 7:00 p.m.

9/24 Penn State 8:00 p.m.

9/30 VCU 7:00 p.m.

10/2 at James Madison 2:00 p.m.

10/7 at Northeastern 6:00 p.m.

10/9 at Hofstra 2:00 p.m.

10/14 UNC-Wilmington 7:00 p.m.

10/16 Georgia State 1:00 p.m.

10/21 at Delaware 7:00 p.m.

10/23 at Drexel 1:00 p.m.

10/28 Old Dominion 7:00 p.m.

10/30 William & Mary 1:00 p.m.

11/5 at Towson 1:00 p.m.

SACRED HEART PIONEERS

Sept. 28 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Fairfield, Conn.

Field: Campus Field/4,000

Conference: Northeast

Colors: Red & White

Head Coach: Joe Barroso

Overall Rec./Yrs.: First Season

Record at SH/Yrs:First Season

Assistants: TBA

2004 Record: 1-14-1

2004 NEC Rec./Finish: 0-8-1/10th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 7/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 18/4

Soccer SID: TBA

SID Phone: 203-365-4813

SID Fax: 203-365-7889

SID Email: TBA

Pressbox: 203-365-7532

Website:

SacredHeartPioneers.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/3 vs. Bowling Green 2:30 p.m.

9/4 at Wis.-Green Bay Noon

9/8 at Providence 4:00 p.m.

9/14 at Holy Cross 7:00 p.m.

9/16 at Maine 3:00 p.m.

9/21 Hartford 2:00 p.m.

9/28 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/7 at Robert Morris 4:00 p.m.

10/9 at St. Francis (Pa.) 1:00 p.m.

10/11 at Army 7:00 p.m.

10/14 Mount St. Mary’s 3:30 p.m.

10/16 Monmouth 2:30 p.m.

10/21 at St. Francis (N.Y.) TBA

10/23 at Long Island 1:00 p.m.

10/30 Fairleigh Dickinson 1:00 p.m.

11/4 Quinnipiac 3:00 p.m.

11/6 Central Connecticut 2:30 p.m.


2005 OPPONENT INFORMATION

GEORGETOWN HOYAS

Oct. 29 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Field: North Kehoe (2,000)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Blue & Gray

Head Coach: Keith Tabatznik

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 210-178-22/21

Rec. at GU /Yrs.: Same

Assistants: Jonathan Pascale,

Jim Felix, Tom Graham

2004 Record: 11-8-2

2004 BE Rec./Finish: 5-4-1/5th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 8/3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 15/8

Soccer SID: Kevin Rieder

SID Phone: 202-687-2492

SID Fax: 202-687-2491

SID Email: kcr2@georgetown.edu

Pressbox: 202-687-7788

Website: GUHoyas.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 Howard 2:30 p.m.

9/4 American 2:30 p.m.

9/9 vs. Va. Commonwealth 5:00 p.m.

9/11 vs. Santa Clara Noon

9/16 at DePaul 3:00 p.m.

9/18 at South Florida 1:00 p.m.

9/23 Villanova 3:00 p.m.

9/25 Rutgers 3:00 p.m.

9/28 Manhattan 3:00 p.m.

10/1 Providence Noon

10/5 at Seton Hall 3:00 p.m.

10/8 at West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

10/11 Maryland 3:00 p.m.

10/15 Notre Dame 1:00 p.m.

10/19 Creighton 3:00 p.m.

10/22 at Marquette 7:00 p.m.

10/26 Pittsburgh 2:00 p.m.

10/29 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN’S RED STORM

Sept. 23 � 7:30 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Queens, N.Y.

Field: Belson Stadim (3,000)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Red & White

Head Coach: Dave Masur

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 271-80-44/18

Record at SJ/Yrs:218-59-38/14

Assistants: Marc Reeves,

Chad Riley

2004 Record: 12-6-4

2004 BE Rec./Finish:6-1-3/2nd

2004 Postseason:NCAA Quarterfinals

Starters Ret./Lost: 6/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 16/6

Soccer SID: Mex Carey

SID Phone: 718-990-1521

SID Fax: 718-969-8468

SID Email:careym@stjohns.edu

Pressbox: 718-990-2725

Website: RedStormSports.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. Holy Cross 5:30 p.m.

9/3 vs. San Diego State 5:30 p.m.

9/9 vs NC State 5:00 p.m.

9/11 at Duke 2:30 p.m.

9/16 Notre Dame 7:30 p.m.

9/18 Marquette 2:00 p.m.

9/23 at CONNECTICUT 7:30 p.m.

9/25 at Providence 2:00 p.m.

10/1 Louisville 7:30 p.m.

10/5 at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

10/8 at Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

10/12 Akron 7:30 p.m.

10/15 at South Florida 7:30 p.m.

10/19 Hartwick 7:30 p.m.

10/22 DePaul 7:30 p.m.

10/26 at Villanova 2:00 p.m.

10/29 Rutgers 7:30 p.m.

HARTWICK HAWKS

Sept. 4 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Oneonta, N.Y.

Field: Elmore Field (3,000)

Conference: Atlantic Soccer

Colors: Royal Blue & White

Head Coach: Ian McIntyre

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 64-33-11/6

Rec. at HC /Yrs.: 28-5-2/2

Assistant: Ewan Seabrook

2004 Record: 13-3-3

2004 ASL Rec./Finish: 4-1/2nd

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 7/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 13/5

Soccer SID: Mike Chilson

SID Phone: 607-431-4720

SID Fax: 607-431-4720

SID Email: chilsonm@hartwick.edu

Pressbox: 607-431-4495

Website: hartwick.edu/x2330.xml

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. Brown 4:30 p.m.

9/4 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

9/10 vs. Columbia 2:30 p.m.

9/11 vs. Robert Morris Noon

9/14 Binghamton 7:00 p.m.

9/17 Temple 7:00 p.m.

9/23 vs. Portland 4:30 p.m.

9/25 at Washington 1:30 p.m.

9/28 Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

10/2 Longwood 1:00 p.m.

10/8 at Howard 2:00 p.m.

10/15 Adelphi 1:00 p.m.

10/19 at St. John’s 7:30 p.m.

10/22 at Philadelphia Noon

10/25 at Pennsylvania 7:00 p.m.

10/29 Oneonta State 1:30 p.m.

11/1 at Cornell 7:00 p.m.

11/4 at Penn State 7:00 p.m.

11/6 at NJIT 1:00 p.m.

ST. PETER’S PEACOCKS

Sept. 2 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Jersey City, N.Y.

Field: Jaroschak Field (500)

Conference: Metro Atlantic

Colors: Blue & White

Head Coach: Chris Smith

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 41-42-8/4

Record at SP/Yrs.: 9-6-5

Assts: Oscar Cuba, Chris Yager

2004 Record: 9-6-5

2004 MAAC Rec./Finish: 6-2-1/9th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 5/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 17/7

Soccer SID: Tim Camp

SID Phone: 201-915-9109

SID Fax: 201-915-9102

SID Email: tcamp@spc.edu

Pressbox: None

Website: spc.edu/athletics

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

9/4 vs. Brown 4:30 p.m.

9/7 Hofstra 4:00 p.m.

9/11 Seton Hall 1:00 p.m.

9/14 at Bucknell 2:00 p.m.

9/21 at Boston College 7:00 p.m.

9/23 at Monmouth 4:00 p.m.

9/27 Philadephia 4:00 p.m.

10/2 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2:30 p.m.

10/7 Siena 3:00 p.m.

9/9 Marist 1:00 p.m.

10/14 at Fairfield 7:00 p.m.

9/16 at Iona Noon

10/19 at Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

10/22 Manhattan 1:00 p.m.

10/28 Loyola (Md.) 3:00 p.m.

10/30 Rider 1:00 p.m.

10/4 at Canisius 7:00 p.m.

10/6 Niagara 1:00 p.m.

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS

Sept. 18 � 2:00 p.m. � Louisville, Ky.

Location: Louisville, Ky.

Field: Cardinal Park (2,200)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Red, Black & White

Head Coach: Tony Colavecchia

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 161-142-26/16

Record at UL/Yrs.: 64-83-13/8

Assistants: Ken White,

Jonathan Velotta

2004 Record: 5-10-4

2004 CUSA Rec./Finish: 2-6-1/7th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 8-3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 16/11

Soccer SID: Kim Pemberton

SID Phone: 502-852-6581

SID Fax: 502-852-7401

SID Email:kapemb01@louisville.edu

Pressbox: 502-852-2507

Website: UofLSports.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 at Kentucky 7:30 p.m.

9/3 vs. High Point 5:00 p.m.

9/7 Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

9/9 at Michigan 7:00 p.m.

9/11 vs. Micigan State 11:30 a.m.

9/16 Providence 7:00 p.m.

9/18 CONNECTICUT 2:00 p.m.

9/23 at Notre Dame 8:30 p.m.

9/25 at Marquette 4:00 p.m.

10/1 at St. John’s 7:30 p.m.

10/5 Indiana 7:00 p.m.

10/8 Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

10/12 Ohio State 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Villanova 1:00 p.m.

10/19 at Belmont 7:30 p.m.

10/22 Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

10/26 South Florida 7:00 p.m.

10/29 at DePaul 2:00 p.m.

SETON HALL PIRATES

Oct. 22 � 1:00 p.m. � So. Orange, N.J.

Location: South Orange, N.J.

Field: Owen T. Carroll Field (1,500)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Blue & White

Head Coach:Manfred Schellscheidt

Overall Rec./Yrs.:186-114-33/17

Record at SH/Yrs.: Same

Assistants: Kazbek Tambi,

Gerson Echeverry, Dave Buck

2004 Record: 12-7-3

2004 BE Rec./Finish: 5-5-0/8th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 7/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 20/5

Soccer SID: Jeff Mead

SID Phone: 973-761-9493

SID Fax: 973-761-9061

SID Email: meadjeff@shu.edu

Pressbox: 973-761-5810

Website: SHUPirates.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 vs. Birmingham So. 4:00 p.m.

9/4 vs. Air Force TBA

9/7 Adelphi 3:00 p.m.

9/16 at St. Peter’s 1:00 p.m.

9/16 at South Florida 7:30 p.m.

9/18 at DePaul 1:30 p.m.

9/23 Rutgers 3:00 p.m.

9/25 Villanova 1:00 p.m.

10/1 at Pittsburgh 1:00 p.m.

10/5 Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

10/8 at Providence 1:00 p.m.

10/11 Pennsylvania 3:00 p.m.

10/15 West Virginia 1:00 p.m.

10/18 Princeton 3:00 p.m.

10/22 CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m.

10/26 Marquette 2:00 p.m.

10/29 at Notre Dame 7:00 p.m.

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MARQUETTE EAGLES

Oct. 1 � 7:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Milwaukee, Wis.

Field: Valley Fields (2,000)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Blue & Gold

Head Coach: Steve Adlard

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 188-167-27/19

Record at MU/Yrs: 135-109-20/13

Assistant: Barry Bimbi

2004 Record: 6-11-1

2004 CUSA Rec./Finish: 2-6-1/8th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 8-3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 22/3

Soccer SID: Blain Fowler

SID Phone: 414-288-6980

SID Fax: 414-288-6519

SID Email:

blain.fowler@marquette.edu

Pressbox: None

Website: GoMarquette.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 at Ohio State 7:30 p.m.

9/4 vs. Penn State Noon

9/9 Drake 7:00 p.m.

9/11 St. Francis (Pa.) 1:00 p.m.

9/16 at Syracuse 7:00 p.m.

9/18 at St. John’s 2:00 p.m.

9/23 Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

9/25 Louisville 3:00 p.m.

10/1 at CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/5 Notre Dame 7:00 p.m.

10/8 Pittsburgh 7:00 p.m.

10/12 Wis.-Green Bay 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Providence 1:00 p.m.

10/19 at Wisconsin 7:00 p.m.

10/22 Georgetown 7:00 p.m.

10/26 at Seton Hall 2:00 p.m.

10/29 West Virginia 7:00 p.m.

10/31 Wis.-Milwaukee 7:00 p.m.

SYRACUSE ORANGEMEN

Sept. 25 � 3:00 p.m. � Storrs, Conn.

Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

Field:Soccer Stadium at Lampe

Athletics Pavilion (1,500)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Orange

Head Coach: Dean Foti

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 110-126-21/14

Record at SU/Yrs.: Same

Assts:Jaro Zawislan, Ryan Hickey

2004 Record: 5-12-0

2004 BE Rec./Finish:3-7-0/T10th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 10/2

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 12/3

Soccer SID: Brian Gunning

SID Phone: 315-443-2608

SID Fax: 315-443-2076

SID Email: bcgunnin@syr.edu

Pressbox: 315-952-4809

Website: SUathletics.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/2 Marist 4:00 p.m.

9/4 Loyola 7:00 p.m.

9/7 Cornell 7:00 p.m.

9/11 Adelphi 1:00 p.m.

9/16 Marquette 7:00 p.m.

9/18 Notre Dame 1:00 p.m.

9/23 at Providence 4:00 p.m.

9/25 at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m.

9/28 at Hartwick 7:00 p.m.

10/1 at DePaul 1:00 p.m.

10/5 St. John’s 7:00 p.m.

10/9 South Florida Noon

10/12 Oneonta State 7:00 p.m.

10/15 Cincinnati 7:00 p.m.

10/18 Colgate 7:00 p.m.

10/22 at Louisville 7:00 p.m.

10/26 at Rutgers 7:00 p.m.

10/30 Villanova 1:00 p.m.

MARYLAND TERRAPINS

Aug. 19 � 5:00 p.m. � Akron, Ohio. (exh.)

Location: College Park, Md.

Field: Ludwig Field (4,500)

Conference: Atlantic Coast

Colors: Red, White, Black & Gold

Head Coach: Sasho Cirovski

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 194-96-18/14

Record at UM/Yrs.: 168-84-12/12

Assistants: Russell Payne,

Rob Vartughian

2004 Record: 17-6-2

2004 ACC Rec./Finish: 4-2/2nd

2004 Postseason: NCAA Semifinalist

Starters Ret./Lost: 7/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 14/11

Soccer SID: Adam Zundell

SID Phone: 301-314-7066

SID Fax: 301-314-9094

SID Email: azundell@umd.edu

Pressbox: 304-657-0388

Website: umterps.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

8/19 vs. CONNECTICUT 5:00 p.m.

8/21 vs. Akron/SMU Noon/2:30 p.m.

9/2 at Cal St. Fullerton 10:30 p.m.

9/4 at UCLA 4:00 p.m.

9/9 Santa Clara 8:00 p.m.

9/11 Va. Commonwealth 7:30 p.m.

9/16 Clemson 8:00 p.m.

9/18 St. Bonaventure 5:00 p.m.

9/21 at Penn State 7:00 p.m.

9/25 at NC State 2:00 p.m.

9/27 William & Mary 7:00 p.m.

9/30 Wake Forest 8:00 p.m.

10/7 at Duke 8:00 p.m.

10/11 at Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

10/14 North Carolina 8:00 p.m.

10/19 Virginia 8:00 p.m.

10/22 at Boston College 7:00 p.m.

10/26 NJIT 7:00 p.m.

10/29 Indiana 8:00 p.m.

11/4 at Virginia Tech 7:00 p.m.

W. VA. MOUNTAINEERS

Oct. 26 � 7:00 p.m. � Morgantown, W. Va.

Location: Morgantown, W. Va.

Field: Dick Dlesk Soccer

Stadium (1,600)

Conference: BIG EAST

Colors: Old Gold & Blue

Head Coach: Mike Seabolt

Overall Rec./Yrs.: 17-17-4/2

Record at WV/Yrs.: Same

Assts: Bryan Green, Keith Wiggan

2004 Record: 12-7-1

2004 BE Rec./Finish: 5-4-1/7th

2004 Postseason: N/A

Starters Ret./Lost: 9/2

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 21/2

Soccer SID: Scott Castleman

SID Phone: 304-293-2821

SID Fax: 304-293-4105

Email:scott.castleman@mail.wvu.edu

Pressbox: 304-293-6480

Website: MSNsportsNET.com

2005 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

9/1 Campbell 7:30 p.m.

9/3 Temple 5:30 p.m.

9/6 Wright State 7:00 p.m.

9/9 at SMU TBA

9/11 vs. New Mexico TBA

9/16 at Rutgers 8:00 p.m.

9/18 at Villanova 1:00 p.m.

9/23 South Florida 7:00 p.m.

9/25 DePaul 3:00 p.m.

9/28 Robert Morris 7:00 p.m.

10/1 at Notre Dame 7:00 p.m.

10/5 at Pittsburgh 7:00 p.m.

10/8 Georgetown 7:00 p.m.

10/12 Loyola Marymount 7:00 p.m.

10/15 at Seton Hall 1:00 p.m.

10/19 at American 3:00 p.m.

10/22 Providence 2:00 p.m.

10/26 CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m.

10/29 at Marquette 7:00 p.m.

UCONNHUSKIES.COM


BROWN BROWN

BROWN

BROWN (29-28-2)

Thurs., Nov. 19, 1936 H L 4-0

Fri., Nov. 19, 1937 H L 5-0

Sat., Nov. 19, 1938 A L 4-2

Wed., Nov. 8, 1939 H L 2-1

Fri., Oct. 25, 1940 A L 3-0

Sat., Oct. 25, 1941 - W 4-1

1942 - L 2-1

Wed., Oct. 23, 1946 H W 2-1

Wed., Oct. 29, 1947 A W 2-1

Wed., Oct. 27, 1948 H W 3-0

Wed., Oct. 26, 1949 A L 3-2

Wed., Nov. 15, 1950 H L 2-0

Wed., Oct. 17, 1951 A L 1-0

Wed., Oct. 15, 1952 H W 3-1

Wed., Oct. 14, 1953 A W 3-1

Wed., Oct. 20, 1954 H L 3-1

Wed., Oct. 19, 1955 A L 3-0

Tues., Oct. 30, 1956 H L 4-2

Wed., Oct. 30, 1957 A T 0-0

Tues., Oct. 28, 1958 H W 6-1

Sat., Oct. 24, 1959 A W 6-1

Tues., Nov. 8, 1960 H W 2-0

Tues., Oct. 31, 1961 A W 4-2

Wed., Oct. 17, 1962 H L 3-1

Wed., Oct. 16, 1963 A L 6-2

Wed., Oct. 14, 1964 H W 2-1

Sat., Oct. 23, 1965 A W 3-1

Wed., Oct. 12, 1966 H L 3-1

Wed., Nov. 8, 1967 A L 4-0

Wed., Oct. 23, 1968 H L 2-0

Tues., Oct. 21, 1969 A L 2-0

Tues., Oct. 20, 1970 A L 2-1

Tues., Oct. 19, 1971 A L 2-0

Tues., Oct. 24, 1972 H L 3-2

Tues., Nov. 21, 1972 A L 4-2

Tues., Oct. 23, 1973 A W 1-0

Tues., Nov. 20, 1973 H L 1-0

Wed., Oct. 23, 1974 H W 1-0

Tues., Nov. 26, 1974 H W 4-3

Wed., Oct. 22, 1975 A T 2-2

Tues., Nov. 25, 1975 H L 2-1

Wed., Oct. 20, 1976 H W 3-2

Sun., Nov. 21, 1976 H W 1-0

Wed., Oct. 25, 1978 H L 1-0

Tues., Nov. 26, 1978 A W 3-1

Tues., Oct. 23, 1979 A W 1-0

Thurs., Nov. 6, 1980 H W 3-0

Fri., Oct. 23, 1981 A W 6-1

Wed., Nov. 3, 1982 H W 1-0

Sun., Nov. 2, 1983 A W 3-1

Wed., Oct. 31, 1984 H W 1-0

Tues., Nov. 5, 1985 A L 4-3 (ot)

Wed., Oct. 29, 1986 H W 2-1 (ot)

Wed., Oct. 28, 1987 A L 2-1

Wed., Oct. 26, 1988 H W 2-0

Wed., Oct. 25, 1989 A W 6-0

Wed., Oct. 24, 1990 H L 3-2

Wed., Oct. 30, 1991 A W 1-0

Wed., Oct. 28, 1992 H W 1-0

Sun., Dec. 3, 2000 H W 1-0

CINCINNATI

CINCINNATI

CINCINNATI (1-0-0)

Fri., Oct. 15, 1999 A W 1-0

GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE MASON MASON (1-0-0)

Sat., Sept. 4, 1993 N W 3-2

GEORGETOWN

GEORGETOWN

GEORGETOWN (9-7-1)

Sun., Oct. 14, 1990 A L 2-1

Sun., Oct. 20, 1991 H W 3-2

Sun., Oct. 18, 1992 A L 3-2

Sun., Oct. 3, 1993 H W 2-0

Sun., Oct. 16, 1994 A L 3-1

Wed., Oct. 25, 1995 H L 3-1

Sun., Oct. 20, 1996 H T 3-3 (ot)

Sun., Sept. 26, 1997 A L 1-0 (ot)

Mon., Nov. 10, 1997 A L 2-0

Sun., Sept. 20, 1998 H W 4-0

Fri., Nov. 13, 1998 N W 2-1

Fri., Oct. 15, 1999 A W 1-0

Mon., Nov. 15, 1999 H W 2-0

Wed., Oct. 20, 2000 H W 2-0

Sat., Oct. 20, 2001 A L 1-0

Sat., Oct. 5, 2002 H W 5-1

Sat., Nov. 1, 2003 A W 1-0

HARTWICK

HARTWICK

HARTWICK (3-5-2)

Wed., Oct. 2, 1974 A W 3-0

Sun., Dec. 1, 1974 A L 2-0

Tues., Oct. 14, 1975 H T 1-1

Sun., Nov. 7, 1976 H L 1-0

Thurs., Nov. 25, 1976 A L 2-0

Sat., Nov. 5, 1977 H L 2-1

Sat., Dec. 6, 1980 A L 1-0

Sun., Sept. 1, 1985 H T 0-0

200 2005 200 UCONN UCONN MEN’S MEN’S SOCCER SOCCER

6 6 0

0

UCONN VS. 2005 OPPONENTS

Sun., Oct. 11, 1998 H W 3-1

Fri., Sept. 15, 2000 A W 3-1

LOUISVILLE

LOUISVILLE

First Meeting

MARQUETTE

MARQUETTE

MARQUETTE (1-0-0)

Sun., Nov. 3, 1991 H W 4-2

NOTRE NOTRE DAME DAME

(7-5-1)

Sun., Oct. 19, 1986 H L 2-1

Sun., Oct. 29, 1995 H W 4-0

Fri., Sept. 20, 1996 A T 1-1(ot)

Sat., Nov. 16, 1996# N L 2-1

Sun., Oct. 26, 1997 H W 2-1(ot)

Fri., Oct. 16, 1998 A W 2-0

Sun., Sept. 19, 1999 H W 2-1(ot)

Sun., Sept. 24, 2000 A W 1-0

Sat., Oct. 27, 2001 H W 1-0

Sun., Oct. 20, 2002 A L 3-1

Sat., Oct. 18, 2003 H W 1-0

Sun., Nov. 9, 2003# A L 2-0

Sat., Oct. 30, 2004 A L 2-0

# BIG EAST Tournament Games

* NCAA Games

PITTSBURGH

PITTSBURGH

PITTSBURGH (10-3-1)

Fri., Oct. 12, 1990 A T 0-0(ot)

Sun., Sept. 29, 1991 H W 4-0

Fri., Oct. 16, 1992 A L 1-0

Sun., Oct. 17, 1993 H L 2-1

Fri., Oct. 14, 1994 A W 1-0

Sun., Sept. 17, 1995 H L 2-1

Sun., Sept. 22, 1996 A W 2-0

Fri., Oct. 24, 1997 H W 4-2

Sun., Oct. 18, 1998 A W 1-0(ot)

Wed., Nov. 3, 1999 H W 3-0

Fri., Sept. 22, 2000 A W 1-0

Wed., Sept. 26, 2001 H W 1-0

Sat., Sept. 21, 2002 A W 4-1

Sat., Sept. 25, 2004 H W 1-0

PROVIDENCE

PROVIDENCE

PROVIDENCE (25-3-2)

Sun., Oct. 14, 1973 H W 8-0

Sat., Nov. 2, 1974 A W 2-0

Sat., Nov. 1, 1975 H W 1-0

Wed., Nov. 10, 1976 A W 2-1

Sat., Oct. 29, 1977 H W 1-0


UCONN VS. 2005 OPPONENTS

Tues., Nov. 6, 1979 A W 7-2

Wed., Nov. 10, 1982 A W 3-2

Wed., Oct. 26, 1983 A L 3-0

Sun., Nov. 20, 1983* H W 2-0

Wed., Oct. 24, 1984 H L 1-0

Sun., Nov. 11, 1984# H W 1-0

Wed., Oct. 23, 1985 A W 2-0

Wed., Oct. 22, 1986 H W 3-0

Wed., Oct. 21, 1987 A W 3-1

Wed. Oct. 9, 1988 H W 2-0

Wed., Oct. 11, 1989 A T 1-1(ot)

Wed., Oct. 10, 1990 H T 1-1(ot)

Wed., Oct. 16, 1991 A W 2-1

Wed., Oct. 14, 1992 H W 5-0

Wed., Oct. 13, 1993 A W 3-2

Thurs., Oct. 20, 1994 H W 6-0

Wed., Oct. 4, 1995 A W 2-0

Sun., Nov. 3, 1996 H W 1-0(ot)

Wed., Sept. 10, 1997 A L 2-1(ot)

Tues., Sept. 1, 1998 H W 3-0

Wed., Sept. 29, 1999 A W 3-1

Wed., Oct. 4, 2000 H W 4-1

Wed, Oct. 31, 2001 A W 1-0

Thurs., Oct. 9, 2002 H W 2-1

Tues., Nov. 2, 2004 A W 2-1

SACRED SACRED HEART

HEART

First Meeting

ST. ST. JOHN’S JOHN’S JOHN’S

(9-11-2)

Sun., Oct. 25, 1981 H W 7-0

Sat., Nov. 9, 1985# H W 1-0

Fri., Nov. 6, 1987# H W 1-0

Wed., Sept. 12, 1990 H W 4-0

Wed., Sept. 18, 1991 A L 0-1

Fri., Nov. 8, 1991# A L 1-2

Wed., Sept. 16, 1992 H L 1-4

Wed., Sept. 15, 1993 A L 0-2

Sun., Oct. 9, 1994 H L 0-1

Sat., Nov. 4, 1995 A L 1-2

Sat., Sept. 14, 1996 A L 0-2

Sun., Sept. 12, 1997 H W 2-0

Sat., Sept. 5, 1998 A W 3-1

Sun., Sept. 26, 1999 H W 3-0

Sat., Sept. 30, 2000 A T 0-0(2ot)

Tues., Nov. 6, 2001 H W 2-1

Sun., Nov. 18, 2001# H L 0-1

Fri., Oct. 25, 2002 A L 0-1

Fri., Nov. 17, 2002 N W 3-2

Wed., Sept. 15, 2003 H L 0-1 (2ot)

Wed., Nov. 26, 2003* A T 0-0

6 6 1

1

(3ot, SJU pk’s)

Sat., Oct. 9, 2004 A L 1-0

ST. ST. PETER’S PETER’S

(4-0-1)

Wed., Sept. 17, 1997 H W 3-0

Wed., Sept. 27, 2000 H W 3-0

Tues., Sept. 4, 2001 H W 5-1

Tues., Oct. 28, 2003 H T 1-1 (2ot)

Weds., Oct. 15, 2004 H W 1-0 (2ot)

SETON SETON HALL HALL

(8-11-3)

Sun., Nov. 8, 1987# H L 2-1

Sun., Nov. 6, 1988# H L 4-2

Sun., Nov. 5, 1989# H W 3-1

Sun., Oct. 7, 1990 H W 2-1 (ot)

Fri., Nov. 2, 1990# H T 2-2

(ot, SH pk’s)

Sun., Oct. 12, 1991 A L 3-2

Sun., Oct. 11, 1992 H W 3-0

Sun., Oct. 9, 1993 A L 3-1

Sun., Oct. 30, 1994 H L 6-2

Thurs., Oct. 19, 1995 A L 2-0

Sun., Oct. 27, 1996 H W 2-0

Sun., Nov. 10, 1996# H W 3-0

Sun., Nov. 2, 1997 A W 3-2 (ot)

Sun., Oct. 25, 1998 H L 2-1

Sat., Oct. 2, 1999 A L 2-1

Sun., Nov. 7, 1999# H W 2-0

Sun., Sept. 10, 2000 H W 4-0

Fri., Nov. 10, 2000 N L 3-2 (ot)

Fri, Aug. 30, 2002 A L 3-2

Sat., Sept. 13, 2003 H T 0-0 (2ot)

Sat., Oct. 23, 2004 A L 2-0

Sun., Nov. 14, 2004 N T 0-0

(2ot, PK’s- UConn, 5-3)

SYRACUSE

SYRACUSE

SYRACUSE (17-10-3)

Sun., Sept. 26, 1982 A L 1-3

Sun., Sept. 25, 1983 H W 2-1

Sun., Nov. 14, 1983# H W 5-1

Fri., Sept. 21, 1984 A L 1-3

Fri., Nov. 9, 1984# H W 5-1

Sun., Sept. 22, 1985 H W 3-1(ot)

Sun., Nov. 10, 1985# H L 0-1

Fri., Sept. 19, 1986 A L 3-4

Sat., Nov. 8, 1986# H L 0-1

Sun., Sept, 20, 1987 H W 2-0

Fri., Sept. 16, 1988 A L 0-1

Sat., Nov. 5, 1988# H W 3-1

Sun., Sept, 17, 1989 H T 1-1(ot)

Fri., Sept. 14, 1990 A T 0-0(ot)

Sun., Sept. 22, 1991 H W 2-1

Sun., Sept. 20, 1992 A T 2-2(ot)

Sun., Sept. 19, 1993 H W 2-0

Sun., Oct. 2, 1994 A W 3-1(ot)

Sun., Oct. 1, 1995 A L 0-1

Sun., Sept. 29, 1996 H W 2-0

Sat., Aug. 30, 1997 A L 0-2

Sun., Sept. 27, 1998 H W 5-0

Sun., Oct. 31, 1999 A W 3-2(ot)

Fri., Nov.12, 1999# H W 1-0

Sat., Oct. 14, 2000 H L 0-1

Sun., Nov. 5, 2000# H W 2-0

Sat., Oct. 13, 2001 A W 3-1

Sun., Nov. 3, 2002 H W 4-2

Sun., Oct. 26, 2003 A L 1-2

Wed., Oct. 27, 2004 H W 3-2

WEST WEST VIRGINIA VIRGINIA (10-1-2)

Wed., Oct. 21, 1984 H W 4-0

Sun., Oct. 8, 1995 H T 2-2(ot)

Fri., Oct. 18, 1996 H W 6-1

Sun., Sept. 28, 1997 A L 3-4(ot)

Fri., Sept. 18, 1998 H W 1-0

Sat., Nov. 7, 1998# H W 4-0

Sun., Oct. 17, 1999 A W 3-0

Sun., Oct. 22, 2000 H W 2-0

Sat., Oct. 5, 2001 A W 3-0

Sat., Sept. 14, 2002 H W 2-0

Sat., Sept. 27, 2003 A T 2-2 (2ot)

Sun., Sept. 19, 2004 H W 2-0

Fri., Oct. 12, 2004 N W 1-0

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1st 1st

Opponent Game Win G W L T Pct.

Adelphi 1976 1978 6 3 0 3 .750

Air Force 1979 1979 1 1 0 0 1.000

Akron 2001 - 1 0 0 1 .000

Alabama A&M 1981 1981 7 4 2 1 .643

American Inter. 1934 1934 3 1 2 0 .333

American University 1983 1983 2 2 0 0 1.000

Amherst 1930 1964 14 10 3 1 .750

Army 1954 1988 5 1 4 0 .200

Arnold 1939 1939 1 1 0 0 1.000

Bloomfield 1939 1939 1 1 0 0 1.000

Boston College 1974 1974 39 28 8 3 .756

Boston University 1951 1951 41 29 11 1 .720

Brandeis 1952 1952 4 4 0 0 1.000

Bridgeport 1957 1957 19 12 6 1 .658

Bridgewater 1931 1932 2 1 1 0 .500

BROWN 1936 1941 61 29 30 2 .491

California 1981 1981 1 1 0 0 1.000

UC-Santa Barbara 2004 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Central Florida* 1978 1978 4 4 0 0 1.000

CINCINNATI 1999 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Clark 1928 1932 18 12 5 1 .694

Clemson 1978 2000 6 1 4 1 .250

Coast Guard 1940 1940 17 13 3 1 .794

Colgate 1959 1961 8 2 6 0 .250

Columbia 1983 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Cornell 1995 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Cortland State 1960 1960 1 1 0 0 1.000

Creighton 2000 2000 1 1 0 0 1.000

Dartmouth 1935 1948 39 22 16 1 .576

Drexel 1987 1987 2 2 0 0 1.000

Duke 1980 1980 6 2 4 0 .333

Eastern Illinois 1981 1981 1 1 0 0 1.000

Fairfield 1979 1979 4 3 0 1 .875

Fairleigh Dickinson 1989 - 2 0 1 1 .000

Fordham 1986 1986 1 1 0 0 1.000

Fort Devens 1947 1947 2 2 0 0 1.000

Furman 1999 1999 1 1 0 0 1.000

Fresno State 1987 - 2 0 1 1 .000

GEORGE MASON 1993 1993 1 1 0 0 1.000

GEORGETOWN 1990 1991 17 8 8 1 .500

Hartford 1958 1958 12 11 1 0 .917

HARTWICK 1974 1974 10 3 5 2 .400

Harvard 1946 1946 26 13 8 5 .596

Havana 1949 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Hillyer 1957 1957 1 1 0 0 1.000

Hofstra 1971 1971 3 3 0 0 1.000

Holy Cross 1971 1971 4 4 0 0 1.000

Howard 1978 1978 3 2 0 1 .833

Indiana 1978 1981 5 3 2 0 .600

Iona 1995 1995 2 2 0 0 1.000

Jacksonville 1996 1996 1 1 0 0 1.000

Lafayette 1979 1979 3 3 0 0 1.000

Lehigh 1992 1992 1 1 0 0 1.000

Long Island Univ. 1970 1975 11 9 2 0 .818

LOUISVILLE 2005 - - - - - -

Maine 1965 1965 15 13 1 1 .900

Marist 2004 2004 1 1 0 0 1.000

MARQUETTE 1991 1991 1 1 0 0 1.000

Maryland 1950 1951 9 3 6 0 .333

Massachusetts 1930 1941 62 32 24 6 .565

M.I.T. 1941 1941 18 14 1 3 .861

Michigan 2004 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Middlebury 1966 1966 5 1 4 0 .200

Monmouth 1998 1998 1 1 0 0 1.000

Navy 1985 1985 1 1 0 0 1.000

Nevada-Las Vegas 1988 - 1 0 1 0 .000

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UCONN VS. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

1st 1st

Opponent Game Win G W L T Pct.

New Hampshire 1965 1965 19 17 1 1 .921

Niagara 1997 1997 1 1 0 0 1.000

North Carolina 1981 1981 7 2 5 0 .286

NC State 1980 1980 3 2 1 0 .666

North Texas St. 1983 1984 2 1 1 0 .500

Northeastern 1930 - 2 0 2 0 .000

NOTRE DAME 1986 1995 13 7 5 1 .577

Ohio State 1982 1982 2 2 0 0 1.000

Old Dominion 1982 1982 4 3 1 0 .750

Penn State 1979 1981 16 4 8 4 .375

Pennsylvania 1989 1989 2 2 0 0 1.000

Philadelphia Textile 1978 1988 7 3 2 2 .571

PITTSBURGH 1990 1991 14 10 3 1 .750

Portland 1990 1990 3 3 0 0 1.000

Princeton 1975 1975 4 4 0 0 1.000

PROVIDENCE 1973 1973 30 25 3 2 .867

Quinnipiac 2004 2004 1 1 0 0 1.000

RPI 1937 - 2 0 2 0 .000

Rhode Island 2003 2003 1 1 0 0 1.000

Richmond 1994 1994 3 2 0 1 .833

Rollins 1978 - 1 0 1 0 .000

Rutgers 1982 1982 19 9 9 1 .526

Sacred Heart 2005 - - - - - -

St. Bonaventure 1994 1994 1 1 0 0 1.000

St. Francis (NY) 1990 1990 3 3 0 0 1.000

ST. JOHN’S 1981 1981 22 9 11 2 .455

St. Mary’s (CA) 1996 1996 1 1 0 0 1.000

ST. PETER’S 1997 1997 5 4 0 1 .900

St. Stephan’s 1930 1931 4 3 1 0 .750

Saint Louis 1973 1980 7 3 4 0 .429

San Francisco 1977 1988 8 2 5 1 .313

Santa Clara 1999 1999 1 0 1 0 .000

SETON HALL 1987 1989 22 8 11 3 .432

South Carolina 1979 1979 4 3 1 0 .750

South Florida 1988 1988 3 3 0 0 1.000

S.I.U. - Edwardsville1977 1977 2 2 0 0 1.000

Southern Methodist 1983 1983 1 2 1 0 .666

Springfield 1928 1948 45 14 28 3 .344

Stafford 1928 1928 2 2 0 0 1.000

Stanford 1980 1980 5 4 1 0 .800

Stetson 1990 - 1 0 1 0 .000

SYRACUSE 1982 1983 30 17 10 3 .617

Trinity 1932 1932 6 4 2 0 .667

Tufts 1939 1940 7 4 3 0 .571

UCLA 1979 1979 4 2 1 1 .625

UNC-GREENSBORO 2005 - - - - - -

UNLV 2001 2002 2 1 1 0 .500

Vermont 1964 1964 26 15 10 1 .596

Villanova 1990 1990 14 11 2 1 .821

Virginia 1980 1980 2 1 1 0 .500

Virginia Comm. 2000 2000 2 1 0 1 .750

Virginia Tech 2001 2001 3 3 0 0 1.000

Wake Forest 1991 - 4 0 3 1 .125

Washington 1990 2002 4 1 3 0 .250

Wesleyan 1929 1936 47 15 30 2 .340

WEST VIRGINIA 1984 1984 13 10 1 2 .846

William & Mary 1982 1986 5 1 2 2 .400

Williams 1932 1947 29 13 14 2 .483

Wisconsin 1992 1 0 1 0 .000

Wisconsin - Mil. 1982 1982 2 2 0 0 1.000

Worcester Polytech 1931 1940 11 2 9 0 .182

Yale 1935 1947 59 30 26 3 .534

(unaccounted) - - 35 19 10 2

TOTALS 1141 643 415 83 .600

BOLD = 2005 Opponents *Formerly Florida Tech


1988 National Player of the Year

DAN DONIGAN

Record Book &

Soccer History

NCAA Tournament History 64-65

Individual Records 66-67

Team Records 68-69

National Honors 70

BIG EAST Honors 71

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New England & UConn Honors 72-73

Team Awards 74

All-Time Letterwinners 75-76

Year-by-Year Results 77-80

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All-Time NCAA Tournament Results

Year Coach Season Record Opponent Site

1960 John Squires 11-3-0 Connecticut 4, Cortland State 3 Storrs, CT

Maryland 4, Connecticut 0 College Park, MD

1966 John Squires 8-5-0 Army 2, Connecticut 1 Storrs, CT

1972 Joe Morrone 8-7-1 Brown 4, Connecticut 2 Providence, RI

1973 Joe Morrone 13-4-2 Brown 1, Connecticut 0 (ot) Storrs, CT

1974 Joe Morrone 18-2-1 Connecticut 4, Bridgeport 1 Storrs, CT

(NCAA Final Six) Connecticut 4, Brown 3 Storrs, CT

Hartwick 2, Connecticut 0 Oneonta, NY

1975 Joe Morrone 16-3-3 Connecticut 4, Vermont 3 (ot) Storrs, CT

Brown 2, Connecticut 1 (ot) Storrs, CT

1976 Joe Morrone 18-2-2 Connecticut 2, Rhode Island 1 Storrs, CT

(NCAA Final Six) Connecticut 1, Brown 0 Storrs, CT

Hartwick 2, Connecticut 0 Oneonta, NY

1978 Joe Morrone 19-6-0 Connecticut 4, Dartmouth 0 Hanover, NH

(NCAA Final Six) Connecticut 3, Brown 1 Providence, RI

Philadelphia Textile 3, Connecticut 0 Storrs, CT

1979 Joe Morrone 19-7-0 Rhode Island 3, Connecticut 2 (ot) Storrs, CT

1980 Joe Morrone 21-2-1 Connecticut 6, Boston University 0 Storrs, CT

(NCAA Quarterfinals) Hartwick 1, Connecticut 0 Oneonta, NY

1981 Joe Morrone 20-3-2 Connecticut 6, Vermont 2 Storrs, CT

(NCAA National Champions) Connecticut 3, Long Island Univ. 0 Storrs, CT

Connecticut 2, Eastern Illinois 1 Stanford, CA

Connecticut 2, Alabama A&M 1 (ot) Stanford, CA

1982 Joe Morrone 15-3-7 Connecticut 3, Boston College 2 (ot-pk’s) Storrs, CT

(NCAA Semifinals) Connecticut 1, Long Island Univ. 0 (ot-pk’s) Storrs, CT

Duke 2, Connecticut 1 Durham, NC

1983 Joe Morrone 16-9-1 Connecticut 2, Providence 0 Storrs, CT

(NCAA Semifinals) Connecticut 1, Alabama A&M 0 Storrs, CT

Columbia 4, Connecticut 0 Storrs, CT

1984 Joe Morrone 14-9-1 Harvard 1, Connecticut 0 (ot) Storrs, CT

1985 Joe Morrone 17-4-3 Boston University 2, Connecticut 1 (ot-pk’s) Storrs, CT

1987 Joe Morrone 13-7-3 Harvard 1, Connecticut 0 (ot) Storrs, CT

1988 Joe Morrone 14-8-1 Boston University 3, Connecticut 1 Storrs, CT

1989 Joe Morrone 12-5-5 Vermont 2, Connecticut 0 Burlington, VT

1998 Ray Reid 17-4-0 Penn State 1, Connecticut 0 Storrs, CT

1999 Ray Reid 19-5-0 Connecticut 2, Hartford 1 (4ot) Storrs, CT

(NCAA College Cup) Connecticut 3, Yale 0 Storrs, CT

Connecticut 3, Furman 2 Storrs, CT

Santa Clara 2, Connecticut 1 (4ot) Charlotte, NC

2000 Ray Reid 20-3-2 #4 Seed Connecticut 3, Dartmouth 0 Storrs, CT

(NCAA National Champions) #4 Seed Connecticut 2, Clemson 1 (ot) Clemson, SC

#4 Seed Connecticut 1, Brown 0 Storrs, CT

#4 Seed Connecticut 2, Southern Methodist 0 Charlotte, NC

#4 Seed Connecticut 2, Creighton 0 Charlotte, NC

2001 Ray Reid 15-5-2 Rutgers 3, Connecticut 2 (3ot) Storrs, CT

2002 Ray Reid 17-6-0 #7 Seed Connecticut 4, Pennsylvania 0 Storrs, CT

#7 Seed Connecticut 1, Indiana 0 Storrs, CT

#2 Seed Maryland 3, #7 Seed Connecticut 0 College Park, MD

2003 Ray Reid 9-8-4 Connecticut 3, Rhode Island 0 Storrs, CT

St. John’s 0, Connecticut 0 (2ot, SJU advances on PK’s, 4-2) Jamaica, NY

2004 Ray Reid 12-8-3 Connecticut 2, Marist 1 (ot) Storrs, Conn.

Boston College 1, Connecticut 0 Newton, Mass.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

HUSKIES CLAIM 2000 NATIONAL TITLE

Connecticut captured the 2000 NCAA

Championship title to garner the program’s

third national championship. After shutting

out Dartmouth (3-0), the underdogs of

Connecticut headed to Clemson to take

home the 2-1 overtime upset. Upon returning

home and defeating Brown, 1-0, the Huskies

headed to the College Cup for the second

straight year where UConn defeated Southern

Methodist 2-0 in the semifinals and then beat

Creighton 2-0 in the championship game.


NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

All-Time NCAA Opponents

Team Record Last NCAA Meeting

Alabama A&M 2-0 1983 W, 1-0

Army 0-1 1966 L, 2-1

Boston College 1-1 2004 L, 1-0

Boston University 1-2 1988 L, 3-1

Bridgeport 1-0 1974 L, 4-1

Brown 4-3 2000 W, 1-0

Clemson 1-0 2000 W, 2-1

Columbia 0-1 1983 L, 3-0

Cortland State 1-0 1960 W, 4-3

Creighton 1-0 2000* W, 2-0

Dartmouth 2-0 2000 W, 3-0

Duke 0-1 1982 L, 2-1

Eastern Illinois 1-0 1981 W, 2-1

Furman 1-0 1999 W, 3-2

Hartford 1-0 1999 W, 2-1

Hartwick 0-3 1980 L, 1-0

Harvard 0-2 1987 L, 1-0

Indiana 1-0 2002 W, 1-0

Long Island University 2-0 1982 W, 1-0

Marist 1-0 2004 w, 2-1 (ot)

Maryland 0-2 2002 L, 3-0

Pennsylvania 1-0 2002 W, 4-0

Penn State 0-1 1998 W, 1-0

Philadelphia Textile 0-1 1978 L, 3-0

Providence 1-0 1983 W, 2-0

Rhode Island 2-1 2003 W, 3-0

Rutgers 0-1 2001 L, 2-1

St. John’s 0-0-1 2003 T, 0-0 (SJ adv. PKs)

Santa Clara 0-1 1999 L, 2-1

Southern Methodist 1-0 2000 W, 2-0

Vermont 2-1 1989 L, 2-0

Yale 1-0 1999 W, 3-0

TOTALS

*National Championship

29-22-1

NCAA Appearances (25)

1960, 1966, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981,

1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,

2002, 2003, 2004

NCAA Championships (2)

1981, 2000

NCAA Championship Game Appearances (2)

1981, 2000

NSCAA Championships (1)

1948

Semifinal Game Appearances (5)

1981, 1982, 1983, 1999, 2000

Quarterfinal Game Appearances (10)

1974, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1999, 2000, 2002

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NCAA Champions

ROAD TO THE FINALS

Connecticut 6, Vermont 2

Storrs, CT

Connecticut 3, Long Island Univ. 0

Storrs, CT

Connecticut 2, Eastern Illinois 1

Stanford, CA

Connecticut 2, Alabama A&M 1 (ot)

Stanford, CA

UConn In The NCAA Tournament

NCAA Tournament Appearances 25

NCAA Championships 2

Championship Game Appearances 2

Semifinal Game Appearances 5

Quarterfinal Game Appearances 10

Overall NCAA Tournament Record 29-22-1

By Decade

1960-1969 1-2

1970-1979 7-7

1980-1989 9-8

1990-1999 3-2

2000- 2004 9-3-1

Site

At Home 22-12

On the Road 10-7-1

Under Head Coach Ray Reid

NCAA Tournament Appearances 7

NCAA Tournament Record 12-5-1

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Career Records

SCORING RECORDS

POINTS

Name *Points Goals Assists Years

1. Joseph Morrone (M) 158 61 36 77-80

2. Elvis Comrie (F) 145 55 35 78-81

Pedro DeBrito (F) 145 43 59 78-81

4. Matthew Addington (F) 127 52 23 82-85

5. Daniel Donigan (F) 110 35 40 85-88

6. Maurizio Rocha (M) 105 27 51 95-98

7. Bobby Rhine (F) 104 42 20 94-98

8. Cesar Cuellar (F) 92 39 14 00-03

9. Frantz Innocent (F) 91 33 25 72-74

10. Erik Barbieri (F) 90 36 18 91-94

Graziano Cornolo (F) 90 33 24 79-82

12. Thomas Nevers (F) 83 35 13 74-77

13. Robert Lindell (F/M) 79 23 33 88-91

14. Brian Parker (F) 69 23 23 87-90

Myroslaw Krasij (F) 69 33 3 60-62

16. Damani Ralph (F) 64 27 10 01-02

Timothy Hunter (F) 64 22 20 72-74

Medrick Innocent (F) 64 22 20 75-79

19. John Sahnas (F) 62 27 8 67-69

20. James Evans (F) 61 21 19 74-76

( ) Indicates Primary Position

* - NOTE: Starting in 1981, the NCAA changed its scoring rules to allow two

points awarded for a goal and as many as two assists allowed for each goal.

All individual records, including those prior to 1981, now reflect this change.

GOALKEEPING RECORDS

WINS

1. Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 53

2. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 44

3. James Renehan (79-81) 41

4. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 40

5. Thomas Foley (87-90) 37

6. Adam Schuerman (02-pres.) 35

7. Terrance McSherry (73-75) 33

8. Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 31

Anthony Pierce (80-83) 31

10. Jonathan Demeter (71-73) 25

TIES

1. Thomas Foley (87-90) 12

2. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 6

Anthony Pierce (80-83) 6

Adam Schuerman (02-pres.) 6

5. Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 5

6. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 4

Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 4

Terrance McSherry (73-75) 4

9. James Renehan (79-81) 3

Jonathan Demeter (71-73) 3

FEWEST LOSSES

1. Robert Ross (75-79) 3

2. Terrance McSherry (74-75) 4

3. Anthony Pierce (80-83) 6

4. Donald Grant (46-48) 7

5. James Renehan (79-81) 8

CONSECUTIVE STARTS

1. Jonathan Demeter (71-73) 49

2. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 47

3. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 47

Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 44

5. Thomas Foley (87-90) 33

6 Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 32

7. Meredith Morhardt (56-58) 32

8. Terrance McSherry (74-75) 31

9. Donald Grant (46-48) 29

LOWEST GAA

1. Robert Ross (75-79) 0.35

2. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 0.70

3. Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 0.71

4. Terrance McSherry (74-75) 0.78

5. James Renehan (79-81) 0.85

6. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 0.93

Anthony Pierce (80-83) 0.93

8. Adam Schuerman (02-pres.) 0.94

9. Brian Hall (86-90) 0.97

10. Thomas Foley (87-90) 0.99

SAVES

1. James Renehan (79-81) 337

2. Jon Demeter (71-73) 333

3. Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 319

4. Thomas Foley (87-90) 317

5. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 291

6. Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 280

7. Terrance McSherry (74-75) 247

8. Adam Schuerman (02-pres.) 194

9. Anthony Pierce (80-83) 192

10. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 185

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

GOALS*

1. Joseph Morrone (77-80) 61

2. Elvis Comrie (78-81) 55

3. Matthew Addington (82-85) 52

4. Pedro DeBrito (78-81) 43

5. Bobby Rhine (94-98) 42

6. Cesar Cuellar (00-03) 39

7. Erik Barbieri (91-94) 36

8. Daniel Donigan (85-88) 35

Thomas Nevers (74-77) 35

10. Graziano Cornolo (79-82) 33

Frantz Innocent (72-74) 33

Myroslaw Krasij (60-62) 33

13. Damani Ralph (2001-02) 27

Maurizio Rocha (95-98) 27

John Sahnas (67-69) 27

ASSISTS*

1. Pedro DeBrito (78-81) 59

2. Maurizio Rocha (95-98) 51

3. Daniel Donigan (85-88) 40

4. Joseph Morrone (77-80) 36

5. Elvis Comrie (78-81) 35

6. Robert Lindell (88-91) 33

7. Edward Raftery (82-85) 30

Thoukis Stavrianidis (81-85) 30

9. Brent Rahim (97-00) 26

10. Frantz Innocent (72-74) 25

SHUTOUTS

1. Matt Chavlovich (96-99) 33.9

2. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 29

3. Andrew Pantason (82-85) 26.78

4. James Renehan (79-81) 26.27

5. Thomas Foley (87-90) 25

6. Adam Schuerman (02-pres.) 24

7. Robert Ross (75-79) 19

Terrance McSherry (74-75) 19

9. Jonathan Demeter (71-73) 17

10. Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 15.8

LEAST GOALS ALLOWED

1. Robert Ross (75-79) 14

2. Bryheem Hancock (98-01) 25

3. Terrance McSherry (74-75) 32

4. Brian Hall (86-90) 35

5. Sloan Spaeth (91-94) 39

6. Donald Grant (46-48) 39

7. James Renehan (79-81) 48

8 Anthony Pierce (80-83) 49

-2005 Returnees in Bold

Matt

Chavlovich


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Season Records

SCORING RECORDS

POINTS

Name Season *Points Goals Assists

1. Joseph Morrone 1979 57 22 13

2. Matthew Addington 1985 46 20 6

3. Elvis Comrie 1981 46 15 16

4. Elvis Comrie 1980 46 17 12

5. Joseph Morrone 1980 44 17 10

6. Pedro DeBrito 1980 43 15 13

7. Maurizio Rocha 1998 42 13 16

8. Pedro DeBrito 1979 42 11 20

9. Pedro DeBrito 1981 40 10 20

10. Joseph Morrone 1978 39 15 9

* - NOTE: Starting in 1981, the NCAA changed its scoring rules to allow two

points awarded for a goal and as many as two assists allowed for each goal.

All individual records, including those prior to 1981, now reflect this change.

GOALS

1. Joseph Morrone 22 1979

2. Matthew Addington 20 1985

3. Damani Ralph 18 2002

4. Matthew Addington 17 1984

5. Elvis Comrie 17 1980

6. Joseph Morrone 17 1980

7. Myroslaw Krasij 17 1960

8. Frantz Innocent 16 1974

9. Cesar Cuellar 16 2002

10. Cesar Cuellar 15 2000

11. Bobby Rhine 15 1998

12. Erik Barbieri 15 1994

13. Elvis Comrie 15 1981

14. Pedro DeBrito 15 1980

15. Joseph Morrone 15 1978

16. Robert Gai 15 1958

POINTS

9 Frantz Innocent (4G, 1A vs. Hofstra ’72)

8 Matthew Addington (3G, 2A vs. FU ’84)

8 William Tuttle (4G vs. Brandeis ’54)

7 Erik Barbieri (3G, 1A vs. Providence ’92)

7 Elvis Comrie (3G, 1A vs. Amherst ’80)

7 Bonginkosi Macala (3G, 1A vs. Richmond ‘04)

6 Cesar Cuellar (3G, vs. Syracuse ’02)

6 Cesar Cuellar (3G, vs. Georgetown ’02)

6 Cesar Cuellar (3G, vs. Seton Hall ’00)

6 Darin Lewis (3G, vs. Duke ’00)

6 Luis Arauz (3G vs. Providence ’99)

6 Bobby Rhine (3G vs. West Virginia ’98)

6 Maurizio Rocha (3G vs. Long Island ’98)

6 Jeff DiMaria (3G vs. Notre Dame ’95)

6 Dan Sapienza (2G, 2A vs. Iona ’95)

6 Steve Chirgwin (3G vs. St. Francis ’94)

6 Derek Sullivan (2G, 2A vs. Harvard ’93)

6 Pedro DeBrito (2G, 2A vs. Bridgeport ’81)

6 Graziano Cornolo (3G vs. Brown ’81)

6 Elvis Comrie (2G, 2A vs. Brown ’81)

6 Pedro DeBrito (2G, 2A vs. Providence ’79)

6 Joseph Morrone (2G, 2A vs. Maine ’79)

6 Timothy Hunter (1G, 4A vs. HC ’72)

Game Records

ASSISTS

1. Pedro DeBrito 20 1981

2. Pedro DeBrito 20 1979

3. Maurizio Rocha 16 1998

4. Maurizio Rocha 16 1996

5. James Danaher 16 1993

6. Elvis Comrie 16 1981

7. Maurizio Rocha 13 1997

8. Thoukis Stavrianidis 13 1983

9. Pedro DeBrito 13 1980

10. Joseph Morrone 13 1979

GOALS

4 Frantz Innocent (vs. Hofstra ’72)

4 John Sahnas (vs. Maine ’68)

4 John Fay (vs. Rhode Island ’65)

4 Philip Atanmo (vs. UMass ’63)

4 Myroslaw Krasij (vs. UMass ’61)

4 Myroslaw Krasij (vs. Yale ’60)

4 William Tuttle (vs. Brandeis ’54)

ASSISTS

4 Elvis Comrie (vs. St. John’s ’81)

4 Joseph Morrone (vs. Stanford ’80)

4 Joseph Morrone (vs. Fairfield ’79)

4 Timothy Hunter (vs. Holy Cross ’72)

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GOALKEEPING RECORDS

SAVES

1. Jonathan Demeter 162 1971

2. Jonathan Demeter 143 1972

3. Terrance McSherry 139 1975

4. Robert Ross 127 1976

5. Thomas Foley 122 1989

6. Andrew Pantason 122 1985

7. Andrew Pantason 120 1984

8. James Renehan 120 1979

9. James Renehan 116 1981

10. Terrance McSherry 105 1974

LOWEST GAA

1. Matt Chavlovich 0.34 1998

2. James Renehan 0.44 1980

3. Terrance McSherry 0.44 1974

4. Bryheem Hancock 0.50 2000

5. Robert Ross 0.50 1976

6. Matt Chavlovich 0.68 1999

7. Andrew Pantason 0.70 1985

8. Matt Chavlovich 0.74 1996

9. Brian Hall 0.76 1986

10. Bryheem Hancock 0.78 1998

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED

1. Matt Chavlovich 3 1998

2. Donald Grant 4 1948

3. James Renehan 8 1980

4. Brian Hall 9 1988

5. Brian Hall 9 1986

6. Bryheem Hancock 10 1998

7. Robert Ross 11 1976

8. Bryheem Hancock 13 2000

9. Meredith Morhardt 13 1958

10. Donald Grant 13 1947

SHUTOUTS

1. Bryheem Hancock 15 2000

2. Robert Ross 14 1976

3. Jonathan Demeter 13 1973

4. Thomas Foley 12 1989

5. Matt Chavlovich 12 1999

6. Adam Schuerman 11 2002

7. Andrew Pantason 11 1985

8. James Renehan 11 1980

9. Terrance McSherry 11 1974

10. Andrew Pantason 10.2 1984

WINS

1. Bryheem Hancock 20 2000

2. Matt Chavlovich 18 1999

3. Robert Ross 18 1976

4. Terrance McSherry 18 1975

5. Andrew Pantason 17 1985

6. Adam Schuerman 17 2002

7. Matt Chavlovich 15 1996

8. Bryheem Hancock 15 2001

9. James Renehan 15 1980

10. James Renehan 15 1979

Terrance McSherry 15 1975

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Season Records

WINS

21 1980 (21-2-1)

20 2000 (20-3-2)

20 1981 (20-3-2)

19 1999 (19-5-0)

19 1979 (19-7-0)

19 1978 (19-6-0)

18 1976 (18-2-2)

18 1974 (18-2-1)

17 2002 (17-6-0)

17 1998 (17-4-0)

17 1985 (17-4-3)

16 1983 (16-9-1)

16 1975 (16-3-3)

LOSSES

11 1995 (7-11-2)

11 1977 (9-11-1)

11 1971 (4-11-0)

10 1992 (7-10-2)

9 1990 (9-9-5)

9 1984 (14-9-1)

9 1983 (16-9-1)

9 1969 (3-9-0)

9 1962 (3-9-0)

9 1955 (1-9-2)

9 1954 (3-9-0)

TIES

7 1982 (15-3-7)

5 1989 (12-5-5)

5 1990 (9-9-5)

4 2003 (9-8-4)

3 2004 (12-8-3)

3 1996 (15-3-3)

3 1991 (11-7-3)

3 1987 (13-7-3)

3 1985 (17-4-3)

3 1975 (16-3-3)

SHUTOUT WINS

14 2000 (20-3-2)

14 1976 (18-2-2)

13 1980 (21-2-1)

12 1999 (19-5-0)

11 2002 (17-6-0)

11 1998 (17-4-0)

11 1984 (14-9-1)

11 1983 (16-9-1)

11 1974 (18-2-1)

11 1973 (13-3-2)

10 1996 (15-3-3)

10 1979 (19-7-0)

SHUTOUTS

15 2000 (20-3-2)

14 1980 (21-2-1)

14 1976 (18-2-2)

12 1999 (19-5-0)

12 1973 (13-3-2)

11 2002 (17-6-0)

11 1998 (17-4-0)

11 1985 (17-4-3)

11 1984 (14-9-1)

11 1983 (16-9-1)

11 1974 (18-2-1)

10 1996 (15-3-3)

10 1981 (20-3-2)

10 1979 (19-7-0)

10 1982 (15-3-7)

GOALS ALLOWED

4 1948 (11-0-0)

11 1976 (18-2-2)

12 1980 (21-2-1)

12 1933 (2-5-0)

13 2000 (20-3-2)

13 1998 (17-4-0)

13 1958 (10-1-0)

13 1947 (7-2-0)

14 1974 (18-2-1)

14 1949 (7-3-1)

En route to winning the 2000 National Championship,

the HUSKIES established team records for most

shutouts and shutout wins with 15 and 14, respectively.

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GOALS

93 1979 (19-7-0)

86 1980 (21-2-1)

76 1981 (20-3-2)

65 1978 (19-6-0)

57 1974 (18-2-1)

56 1999 (19-5-0)

55 1983 (16-9-1)

53 1975 (16-3-3)

51 2002 (17-6-0)

50 1998 (17-4-0)

50 1996 (15-3-3)

ASSISTS

92* 1981 (20-3-2)

69 1979 (19-7-0)

68 1983 (16-9-1)

66 1980 (21-2-1)

63 1985 (17-4-3)

57 1999 (19-5-0)

54 2000 (20-3-2)

54 2002 (17-6-0)

54 1996 (15-3-3)

53 1998 (17-4-0)

POINTS

255 1979 (93G, 69A)

244 1981 (76G, 92A)

238 1980 (86G, 66A)

179 1978 (65G, 49A)

178 1983 (55G, 68A)

169 1999 (56G, 57A)

161 1985 (49G, 63A)

160 1974 (57G, 46A)

156 2002 (51G, 54A)

154 1996 (50G, 54A)

TEAM RECORDS

Game Records

POINTS

31 1984 Fairfield (9-0)

28* 1981 Bridgeport (9-0)

26 1995 Iona (8-1)

24 2003 Hartford (6-1)

24* 1981 St. John’s (7-0)

24 1972 Hofstra (12-0)

21 1989 Brown (6-0)

20 1996 W. Virginia (6-1)

20* 1981 Brown (6-1)

18 1981 Vermont (6-2)

18 1979 Fairfield (9-0)

GOALS

12 1972 (Hofstra)

9 1984 (Fairfield)

9 1981 (Bridgeport)

9 1979 (Fairfield)

9 1963 (Massachusetts)

9 1959 (Massachusetts)

9 1947 (Fort Devens)

*-NOTE: Starting in 1981, the

NCAA changed its scoring rules to

allow 2 points awarded for a goal

and as many as 2 assists allowed for

each goal. All individual records,

including those prior to 1981, now

reflect this change

UConn Soccer Milestones

HEAD COACH

No. 1 Connecticut 3, Stafford 2 Roy Guyer

(Saturday, Oct. 26, 1928)

No. 50 Connecticut 3, Brown 0 John Squires

(Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1948)

No. 100 Connecticut 3, Williams 0 John Squires

(Saturday, Oct. 18, 1958)

No. 150 Connecticut 2, Middlebury 0 John Squires

(Saturday, Oct. 22, 1966)

No. 200 Connecticut 8, Holy Cross 1 Joe Morrone

(Saturday, Sept. 14, 1974)

No. 250 Connecticut 1, Brown 0** Joe Morrone

(Sunday, Nov. 21, 1976)

No. 300 Connecticut 2, St. Louis 0 Joe Morrone

(Friday, Sept. 5, 1980)

No. 350 Connecticut 1, Brown 0 Joe Morrone

(Wednesday, Nov. 3, 1982)

No. 400 Connecticut 3, St. Louis 2 (ot) Joe Morrone

(Sunday, Nov. 2, 1985)

No. 450 Connecticut 1, Alabama A&M 0 Joe Morrone

(Sunday, Oct. 29, 1989)

No. 500 Connecticut 3, Boston Coll. 1 (ot) Joe Morrone

(October 26, 1995)

No. 550 Connecticut 4, West Virginia 0 Ray Reid

(November 7, 1998)

No. 600 Connecticut 1, Providence 0 Ray Reid

(October 31, 2001)

**NCAA Tournament Game

OPENING DAY RECORDS

Connecticut's Record in Season Openers: 32-32-5

Connecticut's Record in Home Openers: 41-22-4


TEAM RECORDS

Team Streaks Year-by-Year Results

Most Consecutive Games

Won: 17 - Twice

Sept. 10, 1980 (5-2 win at Bridgeport) - Nov. 9, 1980 (0-0 tie at Penn St.)

Nov. 14, 1947 (9-1 win vs. Ft. Devins) - Oct. 26, 1949 (3-2 loss at Brown)

Lost: 10

Oct. 29, 1937 (3-1 loss at AIC) - Nov. 12, 1938 (4-2 win vs. Clark)

Won at Home: 16

Oct. 4, 1947 (5-0 win vs. Clark) - Oct. 7, 1950 (1-0 loss vs. Dartmouth)

Won Away: 14

Oct. 23, 1973 (1-0 win at Brown) - Dec. 1, 1974 (2-0 loss at Hartwick)

Without a Loss: 20

Sept. 10, 1980 (5-2 win at Bridgeport) - Dec. 12, 1980 (1-0 loss at Hartwick)

Without a Loss at Home: 35

Sept. 3, 1980 (1-0 win vs. SIU-Edwardsville) -

Oct. 24, 1982 (3-1 loss vs. Alabama A&M)

Without a Loss Away: 19

Sept. 22, 1973 (1-0 win at Vermont) - Dec. 1, 1974 (2-0 loss at Hartwick)

Without a Win: 10

Oct. 29, 1937 (3-1 loss at AIC) - Nov. 12, 1938 (4-2 win vs. Clark)

Without a Win at Home: 8

Sept. 28, 1955 (4-0 loss vs. Yale) - Oct. 27, 1956 (2-1 win over M.I.T.)

Without a Win Away: 18

Sept. 28, 1935 (10-0 loss at Yale) - Oct. 17, 1939 (3-2 win at Clark)

Lost at Home: 8

Sept. 28, 1955 (4-1 loss vs. Yale) - Oct. 27, 1956 (2-1 win vs. M.I.T.)

Lost Away: 18

Sept. 28, 1935 (10-0 loss at Yale) - Oct. 17, 1939 (3-2 win at Clark)

Most Consecutive Regular Season Games

Won: 17 - Twice

Sept. 10, 1980 (5-2 win at Bridgeport) - Nov. 9, 1980 (0-0 tie at Penn St.)

Nov. 14, 1947 (9-1 win vs. Ft. Devins) - Oct. 26, 1949 (3-2 loss at Brown)

Lost: 10

Oct. 29, 1937 (3-1 loss at AIC) - Nov. 12, 1938 (4-2 win vs. Clark)

Without a Loss: 28

Sept. 10, 1980 (5-2 win at Bridgeport) -

Oct. 2, 1981 (2-1 loss at San Francisco)

Won at Home: 18

Sept. 4, 2001 (5-1 win vs. St. Peter’s) - Sept. 13, 2003 (0-0 tie vs. Seton Hall)

Without a Loss at Home: 37

Oct. 12, 1979 (5-0 win vs. Boston College) -

October 24, 1982 (3-1 ot loss to Alabama A&M)

Won Away: 14

Oct. 23, 1973 (1-0 win at Brown) - Sept. 20, 1975 (3-1 loss at Vermont)

Without a Loss Away: 16

Sept. 24, 1975 (5-0 win at Boston Univ.) - Oct. 17, 1977 (2-1ot loss at Vermont)

Lost at Home: 8

Sept. 28, 1955 (4-1 loss vs. Yale) - Oct. 27, 1956 (2-1 win vs. M.I.T.)

Lost Away: 18

Sept. 28, 1935 (10-0 loss at Yale) - Oct. 17, 1939 (3-2 win at Clark)

Without a Win: 10

Oct. 29, 1937 (3-1 loss at AIC) - Nov. 12, 1938 (4-2 win vs. Clark)

Without a Win at Home: 8

Sept. 28, 1955 (4-1 loss vs. Yale) - Oct. 27, 1956 (2-1 win vs. M.I.T.)

Without a Win Away: 18

Sept. 28, 1935 (10-0 loss at Yale) - Oct. 17, 1939 (3-2 win at Clark)

Year Coach Captain(s) Record Pct.

1928 Guyer Alf Anderson 2-2-0 .500

1929 Seman Alf Anderson 0-4-0 .000

1930 Darrow Alf Anderson 0-6-1 .071

1931 Darrow Kenneth Tourville 1-6-1 .188

1932 Dennerley Leroy Anderson 3-5-0 .375

1933 Dennerley Herbert Clark 2-5-0 .286

1934 Dennerley William Smith 3-6-0 .333

1935 Dennerley Raymond Read 2-5-0 .286

1936 Dennerley Willis Hayes 1-6-0 .143

1937 Squires Theodore Janiga 1-7-0 .125

1938 Squires Emile Beloin 1-7-0 .125

1939 Squires Jack Humphries 3-6-0 .333

1940 Squires Donald Geer 4-3-1 .563

1941 Squires Myron Baldwin 6-3-0 .667

1942 Fischer Jonathan Hutchinson 3-6-0 .333

1943 World War II

1944 World War II

1945 World War II

1946 Squires Andrew Cunningham, Walter Kilday 4-5-0 .444

1947 Squires Stuart Johnson 7-2-0 .778

1948# Squires Norm Pratt 11-0-0 1.00

1949 Squires Carlos Fetterolf 7-3-1 .682

1950 Squires Gerald Coholon, Milton Nichols 3-6-2 .364

1951 Squires Dwight Thompson 5-4-0 .556

1952 Squires Francis Preli 5-6-0 .455

1953 Squires Henry Eykelhoff 5-4-1 .550

1954 Squires Bill Tuttle 3-9-0 .250

1955 Squires Richard Rowland 1-9-2 .167

1956 Squires Douglas Allen 4-6-0 .400

1957 Squires Raymond Farrar, Peter McDevitt 7-3-1 .682

1958 Squires Meredith Morhardt, Peter Reckert 10-1-0 .909

1959 Squires Norman Edmonds, Robert Gai 4-6-2 .417

1960 Squires Tony Attanasio 11-3-0 .786

1961 Squires Frederick Larson, Roger Steves 9-3-0 .750

1962 Squires Robert Hartwell, Myron Krasij 3-9-0 .250

1963 Squires Thomas Ansaldi, William Schneider 4-7-0 .364

1964 Squires Thomas Ansaldi, Howard Crossman 7-4-2 .615

1965 Squires Antin Dudus, Gerald Sherman 5-6-1 .458

1966 Squires Dennis Danko 8-5-0 .615

1967 Squires Alan Cowles 6-7-0 .462

1968 Squires Raymond Strong 4-6-2 .417

1969 Morrone Donald Emery, Dana Jewett 3-9-0 .250

1970 Morrone Julian Bevans, Richard Favreau 6-5-2 .538

1971 Morrone Eric Lund 4-11-0 .267

1972 Morrone L. Burisjuk, Robert Dederer 8-7-1 .531

1973 Morrone Jonathan Demeter 13-4-2 .737

1974 Morrone Timothy Hunter, Gregory Nicholls

Thomas Shepard 18-2-1 .881

1975 Morrone Neil Brickley, Terrance McSherry

Michael Swofford 16-3-3 .795

1976 Morrone James Evans, R. Paul Hunter 18-2-2 .864

1977 Morrone Thomas Nevers 9-11-1 .452

1978 Morrone Robert Ross 19-6-0 .760

1979 Morrone Kenneth Murphy 19-7-0 .731

1980 Morrone Erhardt Kapp, Joseph Morrone 21-2-1 .896

1981* Morrone Charles McSpiritt 20-3-2 .840

1982 Morrone Timothy Masley, William Morrone 15-3-7 .740

1983 Morrone James D’Orsaneo, Anthony Pierce 16-9-1 .634

1984 Morrone Kieran Coffey, Eric Myren 14-9-1 .604

1985 Morrone Matthew Addington, Joseph Trager 17-4-3 .771

1986 Morrone Gregory Barger, Matthew Mosher,

Anthony Rizza 12-7-2 .619

1987 Morrone Christopher Reif 13-7-3 .630

1988 Morrone Daniel Donigan 14-8-1 .630

1989 Morrone William Lawrence, Kevin O’Hara 12-5-5 .659

1990 Morrone Brian Anderson, Brian Parker 9-9-5 .550

1991 Morrone Vincent Jajuga 11-7-3 .595

1992 Morrone Andrew McCully 7-10-2 .421

1993 Morrone James Danaher 10-8-0 .556

1994 Morrone Nelson Lopes, Sloan Spaeth 12-6-0 .667

1995 Morrone Derek Sullivan 7-11-2 .400

1996 Morrone Steve Chirgwin 15-3-3 .786

1997 Reid Jim McManus, Bobby Rhine 11-7-2 .600

1998 Reid Bobby Rhine, Maurizio Rocha 17-4-0 .810

1999 Reid Brent Rahim, Max Zieky 19-5-0 .792

2000* Reid B. Rahim, M. Zieky, C. Gbandi 20-3-2 .840

2001 Reid C. Gbandi, B. Hancock, M. Ndiaye 15-5-2 .727

2002 Reid W. Thornton, A. Curtis, R. Fernandes 17-6-0 .739

2003 Reid Mpho Moloi 9-8-4 .524

2004 Reid Mpho Moloi 12-8-3 .587

Totals: 1928-2004 � 74 Seasons � 1141 games � 643-415-83 � .600 win percentage

#- NSCAA National Champions *- NCAA Division I National Champions

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National Players of the Year

JOSEPH M. MORRONE, ‘81

Awarded in 1980

to JOE MORRONE

HERMANN TROPHY

The Nation’s Most Outstanding

College Soccer Player

Damani Ralph 2002

Shavar Thomas 2002

Chris Gbandi 1999, ‘00, ‘01

Bryheem Hancock 2001

Darin Lewis 2000

Brent Rahim 1999, ‘00

Bobby G. Rhine 1996, ‘98

Maurizio Rocha 1998

Daniel D. Donigan 1986, ‘87, ‘88

Christopher M. Reif 1987

Matthew R. Addington 1985

Andrew D. Pantason 1985

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Awarded in

1988

to DAN DONIGAN

adidas ADI DASSLAR AWARD

The Nation’s Most

Outstanding College Senior

Soccer Player

NATIONAL HONORS

DANIEL D. DONIGAN, ‘89 CHRIS GBANDI, ‘02

All-American Recognition

Thoukis Stavrianidis 1985

William T. Morrone 1982

Elvis A. Comrie 1981

Pedro G. DeBrito 1980, ‘81

Erhardt Kapp 1978, ‘80

Joseph M. Morrone 1978, ‘79, ‘80

R. Paul Hunter 1975, ‘76

Timothy R. Hunter 1972, ‘74

Frantz Innocent 1973, ‘74

Julian W. Bevans 1970

John S. Sahnas 1969

Paulus Ingram 1966

Awarded in 2000

to CHRIS GBANDI

HERMANN TROPHY

The Nation’s Most Outstanding

College Soccer Player

Anthony D. Attanasio 1961

Myroslaw Krasij 1960

Meredith G. Morhardt 1958

Dwight Thompson 1951

James E. Blozie 1949

Carlos Fetterolf 1949

Stuart W. Johnson 1948

Merritt Baldwin 1948


BIG EAST HONORS

BIG EAST Conference Accoloades

All-Conference Teams

First Team (started 1990)

2002 Cesar Cuellar ’04

2002 Anthony Curtis ’03

2002 Damani Ralph ’03

2002 Shavar Thomas ’04

2001 Chris Gbandi ’02

2001 Bryheem Hancock ’02

2000 Chris Gbandi ’02

2000 Darin Lewis ’01

2000 Brent Rahim ’01

1999 Luis Arauz ’00

1999 Chris Gbandi ’02

1999 Brent Rahim ’01

1998 Chris Gbandi ’02

1998 Bobby Rhine ’99

1998 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1997 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1996 Kevin Kalish ’99

1996 Bobby Rhine ’98

1996 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1994 Erik Barbieri ’95

1993 James Danaher ’94

1991 Vincent Jajuga ’92

1991 Christopher Albrecht ’92

1991 Robert Lindell ’92

1990 Christopher Albrecht ’92

1990 Brian Anderson ’91

Second Team

2004 Julius James ‘08

2004 Mpho Moloi ‘06

2003 Lindon Pecorelli ’04

2003 Steve Sealy ’07

2002 Marcus Svensson ’05

2001 Anthony Curtis ’03

2001 Damani Ralph ’03

2000 Cesar Cuellar ’04

1999 Matt Chavlovich ’00

1998 Brent Rahim ’01

1998 Roberto Vargas ’01

1997 Roberto Vargas ’01

1996 Jeffrey DiMaria ’99

1994 Derek Sullivan ’96

1993 Nelson Lopes ’95

Third Team (started 2001)

2004 Chukwudi Chijindu ‘08

2004 Willis Forko ’06

2003 Mpho Moloi ’06

2002 Lindon Pecorelli ’04

2002 William Thornton ’03

2001 David Castellanos ’02

2001 Lindon Pecorelli ’04

2001 Shavar Thomas ’05

All-Rookie Team (started 1996)

2000 Cesar Cuellar ’04

1999 Meurys Cajas ’03

1999 Will Thornton ’03

1998 Chris Gbandi ’02

1998 Bryheem Hancock ’02

1998 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

1997 Brent Rahim ’01

1997 Edwin Rivera ’01

1997 Roberto Vargas ’01

1996 Matt Chavlovich ’00

Rookie of the Year

2000 Cesar Cuellar ’04

1998 Chris Gbandi ’02

1994 Bobby Rhine ’98

No. Division Freshman of the Year

(started 1985—ended 1989)

1987 Thomas Foley ’90

1986 Steven C. Rammell ’90

(Co-Freshman of the Year)

1985 Daniel Donigan ’89

Player of the Decade

1991 Daniel Donigan ’89

Co-Offensive Player of the Year

1997 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1994 Erik Barbieri ’95

Offensive Player of the Year

2002 Damani Ralph ‘03

1998 Maurizio Rocha ’99

North Player of the Year

(started 1985—ended 1989)

1988 Daniel Donigan ’89

1987 Daniel Donigan ’89

1985 Andrew Pantason ’86

Defensive Player of the Year

2001 Chris Gbandi ’02

2000 Chris Gbandi ’02

1999 Chris Gbandi ’02

Midfielder of the Year (started in 2000)

2002 Anthony Curtis ’03

2000 Brent Rahim ’01

Goalkeeper of the Year

2001 Bryheem Hancock ’02

All-Tournament Team

1999 #Darin Lewis ’01

1989 #Thomas Foley ’91

1989 Vincent Jajuga ’92

1989 William Lawrence ’90

1989 Kevin O’Hara ’90

1988 Christopher Albrecht ’92

1988 Fernando Carlos ’89

1988 #Daniel Donigan ’89

1988 Kerry Rudich ’89

1987 Christopher Reif ’88

1987 Todd D’Alessandro ’88

1987 Daniel Donigan ’89

1987 Thomas Foley ’90

1986 Christopher Heath ’87

1986 Daniel Donigan ’89

1985 Matthew Addington ’86

1985 Matthew Mosher ’87

1985 Andrew Pantason ’86

1985 Thoukis Stavrianidis ’86

1984 Kieran Coffey ’85

1984 Jeffrey Dunn ’85

1984 Eric Myren ’85

1984 *Matthew Addington ’86

1983 *James D’Orsaneo ’84

1983 Anthony Pierce ’85

1983 Joseph Trager ’86

1983 Scott Cook ’83

1982 Timothy Masley ’83

1982 William Morrone ’83

*-MVP, #-Most Outstanding Performer

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All-Academic Team

2004 Glen Carnahan ’07

2004 Louis Jones ’08

2004 Mpho Moloi ’06

2004 Brett Pollack ’08

2004 Karl Schilling ’08

2004 Adam Schuerman ’06

2004 Moshe Shalchon ’07

2003 Yuval Ezer ’04

2003 Glen Carnahan ’07

2003 Louis Jones ’08

2003 Mpho Moloi ’06

2003 Patrick Nevins ’04

2003 Brett Pollack ’08

2003 Moshe Shalchon ’07

2001 Peter Lechak ’05

2001 Fernando Morales ’03

2001 Mansour Ndaiye ’02

2001 Eric Soares ’02

2001 Jamie Verab ’05

2001 Ryan Winkler ’05

2000 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

2000 Max Zieky ’01

1999 Ryan Brown ’01

1999 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

1999 Edwin Rivera ’01

1999 Mike Rueda ’02

1998 Matthew Chavlovich ’00

1998 Alex Cortes ’00

1998 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

1997 Matthew Chavlovich ’00

1997 Michael Niedrowski ’98

1997 Brian Sherwood ’98

1997 Kevin Trainor ’98

1996 Matthew Chavlovich ’00

1996 Martin Kagerer ’97

1996 Bobby Rhine ’98

1996 Brian Sherwood ’98

1996 Kevin Trainor ’98

1995 Jeffrey DiMaria ’99

1995 Kevin Kalish ’99

1995 Michael Niedrowski ’98

1995 Bobby Rhine ’98

1995 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1995 Brian Sherwood ’98

1995 Derek Sullivan ’96

1995 Kevin Trainor ’99

1994 D. Sloan Spaeth ’95

1994 Derek Sullivan ’95

1993 James Danaher ’94

1988 Adam Dunn ’92

1986 Gregory Barger ’87

1986 Anthony Rizza ’87

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Husky recipient of BIG EAST Goalie

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New England Honors

N.S.C.A.A.

All-New England Team

Willis Forko 2004

Julius James 2004

Mpho Moloi 2004

Steve Sealy 2003

Lindon Pecorelli 2003

Cesar Cuellar 2002

Shavar Thomas 2002

Anthony Curtis ’01, ’02

Chris Gbandi ’01, ’00, ’99, ’98

Bryheem Hancock 2001

Damani Ralph ’01, ’02

Darin Lewis 2000, ’99

Brent Rahim 2000, ’99, ’98

Roberto A. Vargas 1997

Matthew J. Chavlovich 1996

Kevin J. Kalish 1996

Bobby G. Rhine 1996, ’98

Maurizio Rocha 1996, ’98

Erik S. Barbieri 1994

James R. Danaher 1993

Nelson M. Lopes 1993

Wolde S. Harris 1992

Robert C. Lindell 1991, ’90

Vincent M. Jajuga 1991, ’89

Daniel D. Donigan ’88, ’87, ’86, ’85

Christopher M. Reif 1987, ’86

Matthew R. Addington 1985, ’84

Andrew D. Pantason 1985

Thoukis Stavrianidis 1985

Kieran P. Coffey 1984, ’83

Eric T. Myren 1982, ’83, ’84

Scott C. Cook 1983

Graziano Cornolo 1982

Timothy H. Masley 1982

William T. Morrone 1982, ’81

Elvis A. Comrie 1981, ’80

Pedro G. DeBrito 1981, ’80, ’79

Charles J. McSpiritt 1981

Erhardt Kapp 1980, ’79, ’78

Joseph M. Morrone 1980, ’79, ’78, ’77

Kenneth P. Murphy 1979, ’78

Medrick Innocent 1978, ’76

Thomas M. Nevers 1977, ’76

James M. Evans 1976, ’75

R. Paul Hunter 1976, ’75

Leonidas Tsantiris 1975

Timothy R. Hunter 1974, ’73, ’72

Frantz Innocent 1974, ’73, ’72

Jonathan D. Demeter 1973, ’71

John T. Tagaras 1971

Julian W. Bevans 1970

Richard J. Favreau 1970

Eric S. Lund 1970

John S. Sahnas 1969

Michael Dill 1966

Paulus Ingram 1966

Myroslaw Krasij 1962, ’61, ’60

Anthony Attanasio 1960, ’59

Roger L. Steves 1960

Norman D. Edmonds 1959

Peter A. Reckert 1958

Meredith Morhardt 1958, ’57

Michael J. Gorman 1957

Dwight Thompson 1951

Francis A. Preli 1951

James E. Blozie 1949

Carlos Fetterolf 1949

Stuart Johnson 1948

Norman Pratt 1948

Paul Salling 1948

Merritt Baldwin 1948

George B. Cleveland 1948

Carlos Fetterolf 1948

Ellis Beck 1942

Paul Roberg 1942

Myron Baldwin 1941

New England

Intercollegiate Soccer League

(N.E.I.S.L.) All-Star Team

Derek Sullivan 1995

Nelson M. Lopes 1994, ’93

Erik S. Barbieri 1994

James R. Danaher 1993

Wolde S. Harris 1992

Robert C. Lindell 1991, ’90

Vincent M. Jajuga 1991, ’90, ’89

Thomas G. Foley 1990, ’89, ’88

Daniel D. Donigan 1988, ’86

Matthew B. Mosher 1986

Christopher M. Reif 1986

Matthew R. Addington 1985, ’84

Andrew D. Pantason 1985

Thoukis Stavrianidis 1985, ’83

Joseph Trager 1985

Kieran P. Coffey 1984, ’83

Eric T. Myren 1984, ’83, ’82

Scott C. Cook 1983

Graziano Cornolo 1982

Timothy H. Masley 1982

William T. Morrone 1982, ’81

Elvis A. Comrie 1981, ’80

Pedro G. DeBrito 1981, ’80, ’79

Charles J. McSpiritt 1981

Erhardt Kapp 1980, ’79, ’78

Joe M. Morrone 1980, ’79, ’78, ’77

Kenneth P. Murphy 1979

Medrick Innocent 1978, ’76

Kenneth P. Murphy 1978

Thomas M. Nevers 1977, ’76, ’75

James M. Evans 1976, ’75

R. Paul Hunter 1976, ’75

Terrance L. McSherry 1975

Michael L. Swofford 1975

Leonidas Tsantiris 1975

Timothy R. Hunter 1974, ’73, ’72

Frantz Innocent 1974, ’73, ’72

John T. Tagaras 1972

Jonathan D. Demeter 1971

Julian W. Beavans 1970

Richard J. Favreau 1970

Bohdan Krasij 1970

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NEW ENGLAND HONORS

Head Coach RAY REID has coached 17 players to

All-New England honors, including BRENT

RAHIM and MAURIZIO ROCHA (both pictured

above), who were each two-time selections.


NEW ENGLAND/UCONN HONORS

Division I Senior All-Star Game

2004 Stephen Arias ’04

2003 Lindon Pecorelli ’03

2002 Anthony Curtis ’02

2002 Damani Ralph ’02

2002 William Thornton ’02

2001 Bryheem Hancock ’01

2001 Mansour Ndiaye ’01

2000 Darin Lewis ’01

2000 Brent Rahim ’01

2000 Max Zieky ’01

1999 Matthew J. Chavlovich ’00

1999 Luis Arauz ’00

1998 Bobby G. Rhine ’99

1998 Maurizio Rocha ’99

Division I Senior All-Star Game MVP

1998 Bobby G. Rhine ’99

Indoor Senior Classic

(started 1986)

1993 James R. Danaher ’93

1992 Vincent M. Jajuga ’92

1991 Thomas G. Foley ’91

1989 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1988 Christopher M. Reif ’88

1986 Andrew D. Pantason ’86

1986 Thoukis Stavrianidis ’86

adidas National

Scholar-Athlete All-America Team

1993 James R. Danaher ’93

ECAC Conference Merit Medal

1983 William T. Morrone ’83

Soccer News All-America Team

1994 Erik S. Barbieri ’95

Outdoor Senior Bowl Game

1988 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1987 Christopher M. Reif ’88

1985 Matthew R. Addington ’86

1985 Andrew D. Pantason ’86

1984 Kieran P. Coffey ’85

1984 Eric T. Myren ’85

1982 William T. Morrone ’83

1981 Pedro G. DeBrito ’82

1980 Erhardt Kapp ’81

1980 Joseph M. Morrone ’81

1979 Kenneth P. Murphy ’80

1978 Medrick Innocent ’79

1977 Thomas M. Nevers ’78

1976 James M. Evans ’77

1976 R. Paul Hunter ’77

1974 Timothy R. Hunter ’75

1974 Erhardt Kapp ’75

NCAA Final Four Offensive MVP

2000 Darin Lewis ’00

1981 Graziano Cornolo ’83

NCAA Final Four Defensive MVP

2000 Chris Gbandi ’01

Soccer America Magazine

National MVP Award

2000 Chris Gbandi ’02

2000 Darin Lewis ’01

2000 Brent Rahim ’01

1988 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1981 Elvis A. Comrie ’81

1980 Joseph M. Morrone ’81

1979 Joseph M. Morrone ’81

Soccer America Magazine

National All-Freshman Team

1987 Thomas G. Foley ’90

1985 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

Yankee Conference

All-Star Team (1965-79)

Kenneth P. Murphy 1979

Erhardt Kapp 1979, ’78

Joseph M. Morrone 1979, ’78

Pedro G. DeBrito 1979

Medrick Innocent 1978, ’76, ’75

Kenneth P. Murphy 1978, ’77

James A. Lyman 1978

Thomas M. Nevers 1977, ’76

Antonio S. Carvahlo 1977

Richard Kren 1977

James M. Evans 1976, ’75, ’74

Donald G. Fehlinger 1976

R. Paul Hunter 1976, ’75

Luigi F. Mango 1976

Robert G. Ross 1976

Terrance L. McSherry 1975, ’74

Timothy R. Hunter 1974, ’73

Frantz Innocent 1974, ’72

Gregory K. Nicholls 1974

Thomas B. Shepard 1974

Leonidas Tsantiris 1974

Jon D. Demeter 1973

Julian W. Bevans 1970

Richard J. Favreau 1970

Bohdan Krasij 1970

John S. Sahnas 1969

Raymond F. Strong 1968, ’67, ’66

Alan L. Gowles 1967

Ferrington B. Langa 1967

Dennis Danko 1966

Paulus Ingram 1966

Cris Kovlakas 1966

Alan W. Lyon 1965

JOHN SAHNAS was a

Yankee Conference All-Star

selection in 1969.

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BOBBY RHINE is the only UConn

player to be named the MVP of the

Senior All-Star Game.

University of Connecticut Honors

DIVISION OF ATHLETICS

MEDALLION AWARD

1989 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1988 Christopher M. Reif ’88

1987 Gregory W. Barger ’87

1986 Matthew R. Addington ’86

1986 Andrew D. Pantason ’86

1986 Thoukis Stavrianidis ’86

1984 Kieran P. Coffey ’85

1984 Eric T. Myren ’85

1983 William T. Morrone ’83

1983 Graziano Cornolo ’83

1983 Timothy H. Masley ’83

1982 Elvis A. Comrie ’82

1981 Erhardt Kapp ’81

1979 Robert G. Ross ’79

1975 Timothy R. Hunter ’75

1973 Eric S. Lund ’72

1969 Paulus E. Ingram ’67

1963 Myron Krasij ’63

UCONN CLUB

OUTSTANDING SENIOR

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

2001 Mansour Ndiaye ‘02

1998 Bobby G. Rhine ’99

1994 James R. Danaher ’94

UCONN CLUB OUTSTANDING

SENIOR ATHLETE AWARD

2003 Lindon Pecorelli ’04

2002 Damani Ralph ’03

2001 Chris Gbandi ’02

2001 Bryheem Hancock ’02

2000 Darin Lewis ’01

2000 Brent Rahim ’01

2000 Max Zieky ’01

1999 Matthew J. Chavlovich ’00

1998 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1994 Erik S. Barbieri ’95

1989 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1988 Christopher M. Reif ’88

1987 Gregory W. Barger ’87

1986 Matthew R. Addington ’86

1986 Andrew D. Pantason ’86

1985 Jeffrey S. Dunn ’85

1983 William T. Morrone ’83

1982 Pedro G. DeBrito ’82

1981 Joseph M. Morrone ’81

1981 Erhardt Kapp ’81

1978 Thomas M. Nevers ’78

1977 R. Paul Hunter ’77

1975 Timothy R. Hunter ’75

1975 Frantz Innocent ’75

1963 Myron Krasij ’63

UCONNHUSKIES.COM


THE DR. JOHN Y. SQUIRES AWARD

This award is made annually to that member of

the University of Connecticut Soccer Team who,

in the opinion of his teammates, is the “Consummate

Team Player” on the basis of his competitiveness,

high work ethic, positive attitude and loyalty to the

program. Presented by soccer alumni who played

for Coach Squires during his 32-year tenure

(1937-1968) as head coach.

2004 Mpho Moloi ‘06

2003 Lindon Pecorelli ‘04

2002 Damani Ralph ‘03

2001 Bryheem Hancock ‘02

2000 Max Zieky ‘01

1999 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

1998 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1997 Maurizio Rocha ’99

1996 Bobby G. Rhine ’98

1995 Derek C. Sullivan ’96

1994 Erik S. Barbieri ’95

1993 James R. Danaher ’94

1992 James R. Danaher ’94

1991 Robert C. Lindell ’92

Vincent M. Jajuga ’92

1990 Robert C. Lindell ’92

1989 Thomas G. Foley ’91

1988 Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1987 Christopher M. Reif ’88

Daniel D. Donigan ’89

1986 Christopher M. Reif ’88

1985 Matthew R. Addington ’86

Andrew D. Pantason ’86

1984 Jeffrey S. Dunn ’85

1983 Kieran P. Coffey ’85

1982 Timothy H. Masley ’83

William T. Morrone ’83

1981 Pedro G. DeBrito ’82

Charles J. McSpiritt ’82

1980 Erhardt Kapp ’81

Joseph M. Morrone ’81

1979 Joseph M. Morrone ’81

1978 Erhardt Kapp ’81

1977 Kenneth P. Murphy ’80

1976 R. Paul Hunter ’77

1975 R. Paul Hunter ’77

1974 Frantz Innocent ’75

1973 Jonathan D. Demeter ’74

Frantz Innocent ’75

1972 Robert N. Dederer ’73

1971 Jonathan D. Demeter ’74

1970 Richard J. Favreau ’72

THE HERBERT TRYON CLARK, JR.

MEMORIAL AWARD

This award is made annually to that member of the

University of Connecticut Soccer Team who is the

Most Outstanding Scholar during the previous academic

year. The recipient has the highest academic

grade point average achieved during the

previous spring, summer and fall semesters, is

based on a min. of 30 earned academic credits.

2004 Moshe Shalchon ‘07

2003 Glen Carnahan ‘07

2003 Moshe Shalchon ‘07

2002 Fernando Morales ‘03

2001 Mansour Ndiaye ‘02

2000 Mansour Ndiaye ‘02

1999 Mansour Ndiaye ’02

1998 Matthew J. Chavlovich ’00

1997 Brian W. Sherwood ’98

1996 Brian W. Sherwood ’98

1995 Brian W. Sherwood ’98

1994 D. Sloan Spaeth ’95

1993 James R. Danaher ’94

1992 James R. Danaher ’94

1991 Vincent M. Jajuga ’92

1990 Vincent M. Jajuga ’92

1989 William J. Lawrence ’90

1988 Kerry D. Rudich ’89

1987 Kerry D. Rudich ’89

1986 Gregory W. Barger ’86

The Herbert Tryon Clark, Jr. Award

winner MOSHE SHALCHON

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UCONN TEAM AWARDS

THE JOSEPH J. MORRONE AWARD

To honor annually that member of the University of

Connecticut Varsity Soccer Team who has

excelled in the area of strength and conditioning.

Presented by the strength and conditioning staff,

the award goes to the athlete who is exemplary

for his effort and dedication displayed toward the

physical preparation for year-round competition.

2004 Glen Carnahan ‘07

2003 Mpho Moloi ‘06

2002 William Thornton ‘03

2001 Eric Soares ‘02

2000 Sam Forko ‘02

1999 Max Zieky ’01

1998 Bobby G. Rhine ’99

1997 James M. McManus ’98

1996 James M. McManus ’98

*Most Outstanding Competitor award prior to 1999

THE ERIC S. LUND MEMORIAL AWARD

To honor annually that member of the University of

Connecticut Soccer Team, who is “The Most Improved

Player” by best exemplifying the tremendous desire

to excel, enthusiasm and courage of Eric S. Lund,

1972. Presented by Eric’s many friends.

2004 Willis Forko ‘06

2003 Stephen Arias ‘05

2002 Michael Mordocco ‘02

2001 Sam Forko ‘02

2000 Lindon Pecorelli ‘04

1999 Garrett Grinsfelder ’01

Sam Forko ’02

1998 Max Zieky ’01

1997 Brian Sherwood ’98

1996 David J. Rinaldi ’97

1995 James M. McManus ’98

1994 James M. Martin ’96

1993 David A. Lynch ’93

1992 Andrew J. McCully ’93

1991 T. Corey Tumage ’92

1990 Christopher L. Cutshall ’91

1989 Vincent M. Jajuga ’92

1988 Fernando V. Carlos ’89

1987 Todd F. D’Alessandro ’88

1986 Christopher J. Heath ’87

1985 Joseph Trager ’86

1984 Anthony C. Rizza ’87

1983 James A. D’Orsaneo ’84

1982 Paul F. Hunter ’83

1981 James J. Renehan ’82

1980 Michael D. Howard ’81

1979 Daniel J. Sullivan ’80

1978 Wilbert Cadet ’80

1977 Peter E. Huckins ’78

1976 R. Lance Deckman ’77

1975 John R. Blomstrann ’76


ALL-TIIME LETTERWINNERS

(c)-Indicates year(s) of captaincy

(mgr)-Indicates manager

ALL BOLD CAPS INDICATE

CURRENT PLAYERS

A A A

Abbott, Samuel ’49

Aborn, Dale ’49, ’50, ’51

Abromaitis, Peter ’62

Addington, Matthew ’82, ’83, ’84, ’85(c)

Adler, Edgar ’37

Albertsen, Paal H. ‘95

Albrecht, Christopher ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91

Alderman, Neal M. ’62

Allen, Arthur N. ’55

Allen, Douglas F. ’54, ’56 (c)

Allen, Mike (mgr) ’98, ’99

Almeida, Carlos ’81, ’82

Anatole, Geofffrey ‘04

Anderson, Alf R. ’28(c), ’29(c), ’30(c)

Anderson, Brian T. ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90(c)

Anderson, LeRoy A. ’30, ’31, ’32(c)

Anderson, Sidney R. ’39

Ansaldi, Thomas A. ’62, ’63, ’64(c)

Anthony, Thomas ’55

Arauz, Luis ’98, ’99

Arcano, Joseph T. ’46, ’47

Arias, Stephen ‘02, ‘03, ‘04

Arnold, Robert E. ’58, ’59

Ashcroft, Allan D. ’28, ’29, ’30

Atanmo, Philip N. ’63, ’64

Attanasio, Anthony D. ’58, ’59, ’60(c)

B B B

Bacich, Timothy A. ’91, ’92, ’93, ‘94

Bagley, Keith F. ’71

Baldwin, Merritt ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Baldwin, Myron Jr. ’39, ’40, ’41(c)

Barald, Erick ’29

Barbieri, Erik S. ’91, ’92, ’93, ‘94

Barger, Gregory W. ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86(c)

Barriga, Raul O. ’71

Bartman, Raymond J. ’38

Bayman, Richard ’86, ’87, ’88

Beagle, Steve G. ’79

Beck, Ellis A. ’41, ’42

Behonick, Steve ’01, ‘02, ‘03

Beloin, Emile J. ’36, ’37, ’38

Bennett, Mark P. ’94, ‘95

Berg, James A. ’58

Berger, Donald P. ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Berk, Paul D. ’55, ’57

Bevans, Julian W. ’69, ’70

Biggs, David W. ’31, ’32

Billeaud, Mitchell A. ‘93

Billings, Andrew G. ’71

Binford, Benjamin Wade III ’67

Birnbaum, Michael A. ‘93

Blank, Jonathan ’77, ’78

Blender, Richard P. ’70, ’71

Blomstrann, John R. ’73, ’74, ’75

Blozie, James E. ’47, ’48, ’49

Bojarczuk, Eric ’95, ‘96

Bonadies, Bruce R. ’62, ’63, ’64

Booth, James A. ’65

Bopp, Jeffrey R. ’79, ’80

Borbely, Martin S. ’71, ’72

Borggren, Viktor ‘04

Borisjuk, Lova ’70, ’71, ’72(c)

Borja, Santiago P. ’84, ’85, ’86, ’87

Borsari, Kenneth ’61

Bovenzi, Frank ’76

Bowman, Douglas J. ‘96

Boyko, William ’62

Brawn, Glen E. (mgr) ’50

Brayton, Kevin M. ’91, ’92, ‘93

Brickley, Neil C. ’74, ’75(c)

Brosnan, Eiric V. ’93, ‘94

BROWN, DREW ‘02, ‘03, ‘04

Brown, Edward L. ’28, ’29, ’30

Brown, Richard A. ’50

Brown, Ryan C. ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00

Brownlee, Cynthia L. (mgr) ’76, ’77

Brubacher, John R. ’81, ’82

Bruce, Robert (mgr) ’42

Buchanan, Howard ’42

Burkle, Jr., Edmund P. ’82, ’83

Burns, Erl ’99

BURNS, KEVIN ‘03, ‘04

Burton, Granville L. ’35

C C C

Cadet, Wilbert ’77, ’78, ’79

Cahill, Richard K. ’80

Cain, Edward J. ’67, ’68

Cajas, Meurys ’99, ‘00

Calad, Edward J. ’70

Caldiera, Armand ’51, ’52, ’53

CAMERON, SEAN ‘03, ‘04

Campbell, Fergus M. ’83

Camposeo, Joseph ’63

Cantwell, Jonathan A. ‘96

Carli, Peter ’77

Carlos, Carlos M. ’78, ’79, ’80, ’81

Carlos, Domingos M. ’80

Carlos, Fernando V. ’85, ’86, ’87, ’88

Carlson, Einar W. ’34

CARNAHAN, GLEN ‘03, ‘04

Cartagena, Franklin ’99

Carvahlo, Antonio S. ’76, ’77, ’78

Carvahlo, Susan (mgr) ’86

Castell, Theodore P. ‘93

Castellanos, David ’00, ‘01

Cavanagh, Jr., Robert S. ‘96

Chaisson, Robert M. ’53

Chambers, Evans F. ’68, ’69, ’70

Chapman, Kenneth ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Chastain, Timothy P. ’92

Chavlovich, Matthew ’96, ’97, ’98, ’99

CHIJINDU, CHUKWUDI ‘04

Child, Henry T. ’34, ’35, ’36

Chirgwin, Stephen M. ’94, ’95, ’96(c)

Churyk, Wayne M. ’84, ’85, ’86, ’87

Cirullo, Gary ’73

Clark, Hebert T. ’31, ’32, ’33 (c)

Cleveland, George B. ’47, ’48, ’49

Coe, Howard H. ’35

Coffey, Kieran P. ’81, ’82, ’83, ’84(c)

Coholan, Gerald ’49, ’50(c)

Coholan, Theodore ’47

Comrie, Elvis A. ’78, ’79, ’80, ’81

Condon, Joseph M. ’39

Condren, Frank ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Conklin, Donald B. ’77, ’78, ’79

Cook, Scott C. ’83

Cooke, William ’63

Cooke, William C. ’71, ’72, ’73

CORDERIO, RYAN ‘04

Corkum, Robert W. ’65

Cornolo, Graziano ’80, ’81, ’82

Cortes, Alex ’96, ’97, ’98, ’99

Cote, Wilfred ’31

Cowles, Alan L. ’65, ’66, ’67(c)

Coyle, Joe ’01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04

Crompton, David A. ’71, ’72

Crossman, Howard F. ’62, ’63, ’64(c)

Crowley, Christopher R. ’93, ‘95

Cruz, Hernando A. (mgr) ’82

Cueller, Caeser ’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03

Cullen, Edward E. ’58

Cullen, Maura A. (mgr) ’85

Cunningham, Andrew C. ’46(c), ’47

Curran, Robert ’59, ’60

Curtis, Anthony ’01, ’02 (c)

Cutshall, Christopher L. ’88, ’89, ’90

D D D

D’Alessandro, Todd D. ’84, ’85, ’86, ’87

D’Orsaneo, James A. ’80, ’81, ’82,’83(c)

Danaher, James R. ’92, ’93 (c)

Daniel, Jack M. ’67

Danko, Dennis ’64, ’66(c)

Dardenne, Daniel M. ’85, ’86

Dastur, Armin N. (mgr) ’90, ’91, ’92

Davis, Jean (mgr) ’84

Day, Lawrence E. ’82

DeBrito, Pedro G. ’78, ’79, ’80, ’81

Deckman, R. Lance ’74, ’75, ’76

DeCoursey, Lowell A. (mgr) ’51

Dederer, Robert N. ’70, ’71, ’72(c)

Delio, Frank S. (mgr) ’78, ’79

Demeter, Jonathan D. ’71, ’72, ’73(c)

DeMicco, Michael J. ’38, ’39, ’40

Dennar, Evan A. ’64

Derrico, Robert J. ’76, ’77

Detora, Kenneth L. ’70

Dickerson, Berton (mgr) ’31

Dickerson, Clark C. ’66, ’67, ’68

DiDomizio, Domenico ’42

Dill, Michael ’65, ’66

Dill, Randolph W. ’67, ’68

DiMaria, Jeffrey D. ’95, ‘96

Docherty, Robert ’77, ’78

Dogarsi, Andre ’64

Doherty, Jason C. ’95, ’98

Domke, Thomas ’84

Donigan, Daniel D. ’85, ’86, ’87, ’88(c)

Doran, Jeffery B. ’70

Doyle, Edwin ’64

Dragat, Leo H. ’28, ’30

Drake, Brian W. ’96, ’97

Dubuc, Lawrence ’47, ’48

Ducach, George J. ’73

Dudus, Antin ’59, ’65(c)

Dunn, Adam S. ’88, ’89

Dunn, Jeffrey S. ’81, ’82, ’83, ’84

Dunn, Joseph ’50

Dunn, Nathan ’31

Dunne, Frederick ’36

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Dupor, Aleksandar ’88

Durbas, Stanley F. ’57, ’58

Dyer, James F. ’67, ’68

E E E

Edmonds, Norman D. ’57, ’58, ’59(c)

Emery, Donald D. ’67, ’68, ’69(c)

Enders, Christopher M. ‘93

Errazuriz, Cristian ’89, ’90

Evans, James M. ’74, ’75, ’76(c)

Eykelhoff, Henry J. ’51, ’52, ’53(c)

Ezer, Yuval ‘03

F F F

Fagan, Frederick J. ’30, ’31

Falomo, Oluyemi ’64

Farrar, Raymond ’55, ’56, ’57(c)

Favreau, Richard ’68, ’69, ’70

Fay, John F. ’65

Fedus, Ronald C. ’70, ’71, ’72

Fehlinger, Donald G. ’74, ’75, ’76

Feinstein, Norman A. ’ 66, ’67, ’69

Felber, Everett H. ’35

Ferguson, Derek ‘02

Fernandes, Rui ’99, ’00, ’02 (c)

Fetterolf, Carlos ’47, ’48, ’49(c)

Ficken, George Jr. ’49

Ficken, Richard ’52, ’53

Field, Raymond F. ’32, ’33, ’34

Fisher, Kenneth R. ’75

Fiske, Tor R. ’89, ’90, ’91

Foley, Thomas G. ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90

FORD, STANLEY ‘03, ‘04

Forgette, Jr. James R. ’84, ’85

Forko, Sam S. ’98, ’99, ’00, ‘01

FORKO, WILLIS ‘03, ‘04

Foster, Brian R. ’71, ’73, ’74

Freeman, Robert E. ’32

FROMAYAN, DAVID ‘04

Fromer, Jack ’37, ’38, ’39

Fromkin, Benjamin J. ’36

G G G

Gai, Robert F. ’57, ’58, ’59(c)

Gaipa, Walter E. ’47

Galgowski, Victor ’42

Gazzola, John P. (mgr) ’92, ‘93

Gbandi, Chris ’98, ’99, ‘00 (c), ’01 (c)

Geer, Donald L. ’38, ’39, ’40(c)

Gerring, Irving ’29

Giardina, Bruno C. ’64, ’65, ’66

Gibbs, Geoffrey ’59

Gidman, Justin V. ’63

Gilhuly, Timothy R. ’74

Gilkes, Kenneth G. ’62

Gillard, Robert G. II ’89, ’91, ’92, ‘93

Gindele, Rick C. ’77

Gleeson, Joseph J. (mgr) ’58, ’59, ’60

Glynn, Robert L. ’66, ’68

Gobel, John A. ’63, ’64

Goldring, Jacob ’35, ’36, ’37

Gonzales, Guillermo L. ’59

Goodwin, James M. ’90

Gorman, Michael J. ’55, ’56, ’57

Gracewski, Joseph J. ’41, ’42

Grant, Donald A. ’46, ’47, ’48

Grant, Lloyd S. ’67, ’73, ’74

Graziano, Anthony E. ’70, ’71

Grbic, Srdjan ’83, ’84

Green, C. Richard ’34

Gregg, Leon M. ’31, ’32

Grinsfelder, Garrett W. ’98, ’99, ‘00

Grogan, J. ’37

Gruno, Ian M. ’87

Gryk, Henry S. ’37, ’38

Guillscher, John I. ’51

GUISHARD, BRANDON ‘04

Gumz, Klaus ’60

Gunther, Donald G. (mgr) ’52

Gurnon, Roy K. ’76

Gustafson, E. James ’91, ’92

H H H

Haalck, Henry ‘53

Haley, Theodore G. ’92

Hall, Brian R. ’86, ’87, ’88, ’90

HALLIGAN, PATRICK ‘04

Hancock, Bryheem ’98, ’99, ’00, ’01 (c)

Hanson, Clifford M. (mgr) ’72

Hare, Hobart N. ‘94

Harland, Edgar N. ’29

Harrington, Raymond A. ’29

Harrington, Rusty ‘02

Harris, Daniel I. ’59, ’60, ’61

Harris, Donald I. ’54

Harris, Wolde S. ’92

Harrison, Edward F. ’60

Hart, Douglas ’63

Hart, Irving A. ’39

Hart, Robert H. (mgr) ’39

Hartwell, Robert E. ’60, ’61, ’62(c)

Hawley, George (mgr) ’37

Hayes, Willis H. ’34, ’35, ’36(c)

Heath, Christopher J. ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86

Henry-Frazer, Maxx ’97

Hens, Christopher D. ’83

Hermanson, Richard ’63

Hermberg, Kirn ’86

Herrshaft, Alex ’54

Higgins, John P. ’48, ’49, ’50

Hinman, H. Thomas ’72

Hintz, David W. ’70

Hoffman, David J. ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91

HoGlin, Travis M. ’90

Holland, Dane T. (mgr) ’75, ’76

Holman, William ’54

Hooper, John S. ’28

Horwath, Richard T. ’85, ’86

Howard, Michael D. ’78, ’79, ’80

Hubbard, Donald ’52

Huckins, Peter E. ’74, ’76, ’77

Humphries, Jack ’37, ’38, ’39(c)

Hunter, Paul F. ’80, ’81, ’82

Hunter, R. Paul ’74, ’75, ’76(c)

Hunter, Timothy R. ’72, ’73, ’74(c)

Hutchinson, Jonathan ’40, ’41, ’42(c)

II I

Iacovella, Chris ‘95

Iannacone, Thomas ’60

Ikle, Alan D. ’53, ’54, ’55

Ingliss, Peter H. ’68, ’69, ’70

Ingram, Paulus ’63, ’66

Innocent, Frantz ’72, ’73, ’74

Innocent, Medrick ’75, ’76, ’77, ’78

Irwin, William A. III ’62

J J J

Jajuga, Vincent M. ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91(c)

JAMES, JULIUS ‘04

Janiga, Thaddeus J. ’35, ’36, ’37(c)

Janiszewski, John F. ’60, ’61

Jaworski, Raymond ’53, ’54

Jendrucek, Edward S. ’50, ’51

Jenks, John M. ’96, ’97

Jewett, Dana L. ’67, ’68, ’69(c)

Johnson, Garet W. ’51

Johnson, Roy T. ’55, ’56

Johnson, Stuart W. ’46, ’47(c), ’48

Johnson, Sylvia A. (mgr) ’83, ’84

Johnston, David (mgr) ’41

Jordan, John M. ’85, ’86

Jordhamo, Lambe H. (mgr) ’53, ’54

Jorgenson, Robert H. ’51, ’52

Joselyn, Stuart S. ’28

Joy, John E. ’71, ’72

Jurgelas, Thomas G. ’52, ’53, ’56

K K K

Kagerer, Martin ‘96

Kalinowski, Richard J. ’56, ’58

Kalish, Kevin J. ’95, ‘96

Kane, Joseph W. ’62

Kapp, Erhardt, ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80(c)

Kaszcynec, Semen ’62

Katz, Lawrence ’62

Kelley, Hugh J. ’35, ’36

Kennedy, Harold E. ’51, ’52, ’53

Kerr, Neville ’58

Keuler, Brian (mgr) ’86

Kibbe, Thomas G. ’59, ’60, ’61

Kiernan, James K. ’81

Kilday, Walter ’42, ’46(c), ’47

King, John J. ‘38, ’39

Kirby, Aaron B. (mgr) ’96, ’97

Kirschmann, Marvin B. ’47, ’48, ’49

Kissane, William J. ’50, ’51, ’52

Klein, Gary P. ’68

Kleinwaks, Randall K. ’75

Knets, Egons ’60, ’61, ’62

Koelbl, Glenn ’97

Kolodziej, Sandra J. (mgr) ’88

Kovlakas, Christopher ’66

Krasij, Bohdan ’69, ’70

Krasij, Mark ‘97, ’98

Krasij, Myroslaw ’60, ’61, ’62(c)

Krass, Sydney L. ’33

Krause, Jonathan A. ’75, ’76

Kren, Richard ’77, ’79, ’80

Kricioketis, Raymond P. ’56

Krug, Thomas A. ’76

Kuehn, Jr., Edward R. ’37, ’38, ’39

Kugler, Peter N. ’68

Kulas, Mike P. ’98

Kupidlowski, Peter B. ’33

Kupinski, Mieczyslaw ’67, ’68

Kurimai, Mark A. ’68, ’69, ’70

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LaBarre, Robert ’73

LaFreniere, Thomas (mgr) ’55, ’56

Lagan, Raymond P. (mgr) ’77

Lages, Marcus W. ’97

Landro, Arthur J. ’75

Lane, Jr., Ronald L. ’83

Langa, Ferrington B. ’66, ’67

LaPrade, Christopher ’77, ’78

Larsen, David E. ’28, ’29

Larsen, Peter M. ’79

Larson, Frederick A. ’59, ’60, ’61(c)

Lauberth, Joseph R. ’84

Laurinaitis, Mark D. ’92

Lawrence, William ’86, ’87, ’88, ’89(c)

Lazur, James A. (mgr) ’70

Lechak, Peter ‘02

Ledger, Steven ’77, ’78

LeMay, Robert J. ’80

LeMonnier, Donald M. ’66, ’67, ’68

Lerner, Irwin ’60, ’61

Levy, Coleman ’60

Lewis, Darin ’99, ‘00

Lewis, Floyd Jr. ’65

Liebgrab, David ’40, ’41, ’42

Lindell, Robert C. ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91

Linker, Adam M. ’90, ’91, ’92, ‘93

Lisbin, Richard A. ’72, ’73

Litvin, Harold ’38, ’39, ’40

Loeffler, Albert L. ’35, ’36

Loeffler, Paul H. ’65, ’66, ’67

Lonero, Salvatore J. ’64, ’66, ’67

Lopes, Nelson ’91, ’92, ’93, ’94(c)

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Lorimer, Thomas ’54

Loriquer, Alain J. ’72, ’73

Lorne, Gerneil O. ’97, ’98

Lowe, Jonathan C. ’92

Lucas, Michael J. ’37

Luce, James F. ’76

Luchkan, Jeroslaw ’57

Luchtenberg, Walter ’31, ’32, ’33

Lulaj, Kanto ’84, ’85, ’86, ’87

Lund, Eric S. ’69, ’70, ’71(c)

Lyman, James A. ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80

Lynch, David A. ’90, ’91, ’92, ‘93

Lynch, Edward A. ’80, ’81, ’82

Lynch, Joseph A. ’74, ’75, ’76

Lynch, Joseph E. ’70, ’71, ’72

Lyon, Allan W. ’65, ’67, ’68

Lyons, Thomas J. ’52

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MacConnachie, Ian M. ’66,’67,’68

MacVeigh, James ’59

Madyiwa, Stanislaus ’64

Magno, Luigi F. ’74, ’75, ’76

Maher, Ann M. (mgr) ’80, ’81

Maher, Edward J. ’57

Malcolm, Eric ’77

Malinconico, Frank ’48

Mallozzi, Vinny Jr. ’97

Mandowa, Patrick R.G. ’66, ’67

Maric, Peter J. ’97

Mark, Donny ’99, ‘00

Marsh, James P. ’60

Marsh, Walter W. ’55, ’56, ’57(c)

Marshall, Adam T. ’94, ’95, ‘96

Martin, James M. ’92, ’93, ’94, ‘95

Martin, John J. ’30

Martin, Wells ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Masley, Timothy H. ’79, ’80, ’81, ’82(c)

Mason, Clifford R. ’30, ’31

Mason, Everett C. ’33, ’34

McAdams, Mark T. ‘76

McCarroll, Timothy I. ’91, ’92

McCully, Andrew J. ’89, ’90, ’91, ’92

McCully, Craig I. ’89, ’90, ’91, ’92

McDevitt, Peter J. ’55, ’56, ’57(c)

McDonald, David O. ’62

McDougall, Duncan J. ’58

McKee, James (mgr) ’87

McKee, Robert F. ’51, ’52, ’53

McLeod, Andrew ’01, ‘02

McManus, James ’94, ’95, ’96, ‘97 (c)

McRury, Stuart G. ’91, ’92

McSherry, Terrance L. ’73, ’74, ’75(c)

McSpiritt, Charles ‘77, ’79, ’80, ’81(c)

Medved, Christopher (mgr) ’64

Mekkelsen, Stephen ’70

Meoni, Ronald ’53, ’54

Metsack, Robert S. (mgr) ’71, ’73

Miller, Steven V. ’74, ’75, ’76

Millers, Imants ’54

Milone, Brian E. ’86, ’87

Milone, Evan ‘96

Minton, Luke ’86

Mitchell, Charles F. ’58

Mitnick, George J. ’37

Moberg, Rudolph J. ’61

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Mones, Wayne ’72, ’73

Monstream, Edwin M. ’28, ’29, ’30

Monty, Karl ’69, ’70

Moon, Noel H. ’81

Morales, Fernando ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02

Mordocco, Michael ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02

Morhardt, Meredith ’56,’57,’58(c),’59

Morrone, Joseph ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80(c)

Morrone, William ’79, ’80, ’81, ’82(c)

Mory, Donald L. ’41

Mosher, Matthew ’82, ’83, ’85, ’86(c)

Mumford, Eugene S. ’71

Muncy, Kyle D. ’90, ’91

Murphy, Edmond J. ’49, ’50, ’52

Murphy, Edward F. ’75, ’76

Murphy, Kenneth P. ’76, ’77, ’78, ’79(c)

Murray, Keith J. ’76

Murray, Richard T. ’75, ’76

Myers, Martin ’41, ’42

Myers, Robb H. ’93, ’94, ’95, ‘96

Myren, Eric T. ’81, ’82, ’83, ’84(c)

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Nash, Frederick J. ’40

Ndiaye, Mansour ’98, ’99, ’00, ’01 (c)

Ndlangamandla, Humphrey ’69

Neil, Cleveland O. ’58, ’59, ‘60

Nelson, Ralph B. ’65

Nettleton, George E. ’35

Nevers, Sr., Thomas M. ’48, ’49

Nevers, Jr., Thomas M. ’74, ’75, ’76,’77(c)

Neville, John A. (mgr) ‘58

Nevins, Pat ‘03

Nichols, Milton E. ’48, ’49, ’50(c)

Nicholls, Gregory K. ’72, ’74(c)

Niedrowski, Michael S. ’94, ’95, ’97

Nielsen, W. Joseph ’89, ’90

Nothnagle, Jr. William A. ’35

Novajasky, John J. ’80

Noyes, John H. (mgr) ’36

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O’Connell, Daniel R. (mgr) ’70

O’Connor, Dennis E. ’79

O’Dell, Kenneth C. ’52, ’53

O’Hara, Kevin J. ’86, ’87, ’88, ’89(c)

Ohms, Jan S. ’48, ’49, ’50

Olah, Zolton ’55

de Oliveira, Leandro ‘02

Orr, Samuel ’38, ’39

Osorio, William ’01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04

Osterhoudt, John B. (mgr.) ‘48

Osterling, Marvin ’57, ’58

Oswald, John ’56

Otto, Bruce W. ’79

Owolo, David ’63, ’64

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Pantason, Andrew D. ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86

Parent, Jeffery M. ’74, ’75, ’76

Parker, Brian C. ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90(c)

Parkes, Patrick ’46

Parri, Brian M. ’88

Passelinski, Samuel ’28

Pasternack, Waddie S. ’28

Patterson, David L. ’57

Peacock, Scott ’86

Pearson, Gilbert (mgr) ’38

Pecorelli, Lindon ’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03

Pelletier, Daniel E. ’74

Pelton, Douglas J. ’54, ’55

Pelton, Harvey ’53, ’54

Peracchio, Thomas R. ’72

Perun, Doug ’99, 00

Petitti, Richard ’52, ’53

Petry, G. Michael ’89

Picard, Eric ’77

Pierce, Anthony L. ’80, ’81, ’82, ’83(c)

Pierce, Philip F. (mgr) ’40

Pierpoint, William S. (mgr) ’57

Pierson, Michael W. ’62

Pitney, James ’50

Pokras, Daniel ’77, ’78

POLLACK, BRETT ‘04

Polivka, Chad E. ’91

Posner, Anthony ’78

Pracon, Joseph ’28

Practor ’28

Pratt, Norman R. ’46, ’47, ’48

Pratt, Samuel ’39, ’40, ’41

Preli, Francis A. ’50, ’51, ’52(c)

Priddy, Robert E. ’49, ’51

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Quattrocchi, Ian ’01, ‘02

Qureshi, Sohaib ‘02, ‘03

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Raftery, Jr., Edward J. ’82, ’83, ’84, ’85

Rahim, Brent ’97, ’98, ’99 (c), ‘00 (c)

Rainford, Rohn ’00, ‘01

Rainho, Rui ‘01

Ralph, Damani ’01, 02

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Rammel, Steven C. ’86, ’87

Read, Raymond F. ’35(c)

Read, Truman W. ’33, ’34

Reckert, Peter A. ’56, ’57, ’58(c)

Reich, Abraham ’68, ’69, ’70

Reif, Christopher M. ’84 ’85,’86,’87(c)

Renehan, James J. ’79, ’80. ’81

Rensink, Jay D. ’89

Rhine, Bobby G. ’94, ’95, ’96(c), ’98(c)

Rice, Peter ’71, ’72, ’73

Richardson, Keith W. ‘96

Richardson, William

Rinaldi, David J. ’93, ’94, ’95, ‘96

Ritchie, David C. ’71

Rivard, Robin J. (mgr) ’74

Rivera, Edwin L. ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00

Rizo-Patron, Carlos ‘94

Rizza, Anthony C. ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86 (c)

Robbins, Hamlin ’28

Roberg, Paul D. ’41, ’42

Roberts, Marc W. ’68

Robinson, Dwayne F. ’83

Rocha, Maurizio ’95, ’96, ’97, ’98(c)

Romance, Mark ’86

Romeo, Elio 80, ’81

Roscoe, Lawrence ’69

Rose, Norman C. ’31, ’32

Rosenblatt, Charles A. ’37, ’38, ’39

Ross, Lawrence ’78

Ross, Richard ’41

Ross, Robert G. ’75, ’76, ’78(c)

Rossiter, Morris ’38

Rota, Andres ‘02, ‘03

Rotert, Richard W. ’69

Roushon, Louis ’55, ’56

Rowland, Richard P. ’53, ’54, ’55(c)

Ruch, Erwin J. ’59, ’60, ’61

Rudich, Kerry D. ’86, ’87,’88

Rueda, Mike ’98, ’99, 00

Rushforth, Charles P. ’60

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Sahnas, John S. ’67, ’68, ’69

St. George, Aaron ‘00

Salling, Paul ’47, ’48, ’49

Salvato, Robert ’78

Salvatore, John Christopher ’89

Samu, Frank ’28

Sanchez, Daniel A. ’89, ’90

Sanchez, Michael A. ’82

Santoro, Natalino S. ’64, ’65, ’66

Sapienza, Daniel H. ’92, ’94, ‘95

Saunders, Michael C. ’90, ’91, ’92

Saunders, Thomas G. ’28, ’29

Sautter, Corey J. ’93, ‘94

Scarso, Thomas ’62

Schaefer, John H., ’63

Schaet, Robert F. ’52, ’53

Scheide, William J. ’50, ’51

SCHILLING, Karl ‘04

Schippers, Adrian M. ’72, ’73, ’74

Schneider, George F. ’67, ’68

Schneider, William H. ’62, ’63, ’64

Schofield, Donald D. ’62,’63, ’64

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Schultz, Victor ’54, ’55,’57

Schwager, Thomas J. ’59, ’60, ’61

Schwarting, Gerald A. ’65, ’67, ’68

Scopel, Joseph J. ’85

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Seiler, W. Joseph ‘94

Semon, John H. ’28

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Shapiro, Aaron ’36, ’37

Shaw, Karen L. (mgr) ’80, ’81

Sheltz, Walter J. ’84

Shepard, Thomas B. ’72, ’73, ’74(c)

Sherbacow, Paul S. (mgr) ’60

Sherman, Gerald ’63, ’64, ’65(c)

Sherman, Michael ’65, ’67

Sherry, Theodore P. ’94, ‘95

Sherwood, Brian W. ’95, ’96, ’97

Shipley, Angus M. ’36

Shipman, Mark S. ’56, ’57, ’58

Shipman, Michael P. ‘96

Shultis, Reed ’50

Sichel, Edward ’40

Silverstein, Morris ’50, ’51, ’52

Skeete, Desmond ’71

Skubliskas, John B. ’32

Slechta, Matej ’73

Smith, Donald S. ’67, ’68, ’69

Smith, Jason B. ’88

Smith, Robbins B. ’54

Smith, William P. ’32, ’33, ’34(c)

Soares, Eric L. ’98, ’99, ’00, ‘01

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Spence, Phillip S. ’36, ’38

Spencer, Richard W. ’49, ’50

Standish, James ’31, ’32

Stanley, Charles D. ’59

Stanotas, Dimitrios ‘93

Staver, John T. ’57, ’58

Stavrianidis, Fotis G. ’82

Stavrianidis, Thoukis G. ’81,’82,’83,’85

Stevenson, Brian H. ’81

Stein, Matthew J. ‘94

Steves, Roger L. ’59, ’60, ’61(c)

Storrs, Arnold B. ’30

Straker, Gary ’78, ’79

Stringfellow, Barry ’78

Strong, George T. ’59, ’60, ’61

Strong, Raymond F. ’66, ’67, ’68(c)

Sullivan, Daniel J. ’77, ’78, ’79

Sullivan, Derek C. ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95 (c)

Sullivan, Shawn L. ’81, ’82

Sunderland, John ’61

Sura, Jose ‘01

Svensson, Marcus ‘02

Swiman, Charles ’40

Swofford, Michael L . ’72, ’74, ’75(c)

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Tagaras, T. John ’71, ’72, ’73

Taible, G. Michael ’87

Tamsky, Ivan W. ’33, ’34

Taylor, Frank T. ’33

Tedford, John R. ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49

Tedford, Tim ‘97

Tedoni, Tim W. ‘96

Teleky, Geza ‘00

Terry, Kristen G. (mgr) ’88, ’89, ’90

Thomas, Shavar ’01, 02

Thompson, Dwight S. ’49, ’50, ’51(c)

Thompson, Thomas F. ’81

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Tishon, Ryan T. ’96, ’97, ’98, ’99

Toole, Ryan M. ‘95

Torres, Felipe ’95, ’96, ’98, ’99

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Yavis, John C. ’54, ’55, ’56

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1928 (2-2)

Coach: Roy Guyer

10-19 A 0-8 Clark

10-26 A 3-2 Stafford

11-2 A 0-6 Springfield

11-9

1929 (0-4)

H 4-1 Stafford

Coach: Jack Seman

10-5 H 0-6 Clark

10-10 A 1-5 Wesleyan

10-19 A —— Unknown Loss

11-2 H 0-3 Springfield (JV)

1930 (0-6-1)

Coach: Billie Darrow

10-4 A 1-7 Amherst

10-10 A 1-1 Clark

10-17 A 1-2 Wesleyan

10-18 A 0-7 Northeastern

10-25 A 1-3 St. Stephan’s

11-1 A 1-3 Springfield

11-15 A 1-4 Mass. Agric.

1931 (1-6-1)

Coach: Billie Darrow

10-3 A 0-8 Wesleyan

10-10 H 3-4 Clark

10-12 A 2-5 W.P.I.

10-16 A 3-2 St. Stephan’s

10-24 A 0-4 Bridgewater

10-31 A 1-5 Northeastern

11-7 H 1-1 Springfield

11-14 H 1-5 Mass. Agric.

1932 (3-5)

Coach: Jack Dennerley

10-1 H 5-1 St. Stephan’s

10-8 A 0-5 Wesleyan

10-15 A 0-3 Williams

10-22 H 0-4 W.P.I.

10-29 A 0-1 Clark

A 1-0 Trinity

11-5 H 2-0 Bridgewater

11-11 A 0-4 Mass. State

1933 (2-5)

Coach: Jack Dennerley

10-7 A 1-2 Wesleyan

10-14 H 5-2 Clark

10-21 A 0-1 Williams

10-24 H 0-2 Trinity

10-28 H 0-1 W.P.I.

11-4 A 3-2 St. Stephan’s

11-10 H 0-2 Mass. State

1934 (3-6)

Coach: Jack Dennerley

10-3 A 0-2 Amherst

10-6 H 1-6 Wesleyan

10-13 A 1-2 Mass. State

10-20 H 1-4 W.P.I.

10-27 A 3-0 Trinity

11-3 A 1-2 Williams

11-7 H 2-1 American Int’l.

11-17 A 1-0 Clark

H 0-3 Springfield

1935 (2-5)

Coach: Jack Dennerley

9-28 A 0-10 Yale

10-5 A 1-6 Wesleyan

10-12 A 1-2 Mass. State

10-19 A 1-4 W.P.I.

10-26 H 2-0 Trinity

11-9 H 2-3 Dartmouth

11-16 H 1-0 Clark

1936 (1-6)

Coach: Jack Dennerley

10-3 H 6-5 Wesleyan

10-10 H 1-2 Mass. State

10-24 A 1-3 Trinity

10-28 H 0-10 Yale

11-6 A 0-2 Dartmouth

11-14 A 0-1 Clark

11-19

1937 (1-7)

A 0-4 Brown

Coach: Jack Dennerley

10-2 A 2-5 Wesleyan

10-9 A 0-7 Mass. State

10-16 A 0-4 W.P.I.

10-23 H 3-0 Trinity

10-29 A 1-3 American Int’l.

11-2 H 1-5 Springfield

11-13 A 0-4 Rensselaer

11-19 H 0-5 Brown

1938 (1-7)

Coach: John Squires

10-1 H 0-8 Wesleyan

10-8 H 0-5 Mass. State

10-15 H 2-8 W.P.I.

10-22 A 1-5 Rensselaer

10-29 A 0-10 Springfield

11-4 H 1-6 American Int’l.

11-12 H 4-2 Clark

11-19 A 2-4 Brown

1939 (3-6)

Coach: John Squires

10-2 H 3-0 Bloomfield

10-7 A 1-6 Wesleyan

10-17 A 1-2 Mass. State

10-20 A 3-2 Clark

10-25 A 0-4 W.P.I.

11-4 H 1-3 Springfield

11-8 H 1-2 Brown

11-18 H 7-2 Arnold

11-22 A 1-2 Tufts

1940 (4-3-1)

Coach: John Squires

10-5 H 1-10 Wesleyan

10-12 H 2-2 Mass. State

10-16 H 4-3 Clark

10-19 H 2-1 W.P.I.

10-25 A 0-3 Brown

10-30 A 0-3 Springfield

11-8 A 3-1 Coast Guard

11-16 A 4-1 Tufts

1941 (6-2-1)

Coach: John Squires

10-4 3-1 Mass. State

10-11 4-6 Wesleyan

10-15 4-1 Clark

10-18 2-1 W.P.I.

10-25 4-1 Brown

10-29 1-5 Springfield

11-1 3-1 M.I.T.

11-8 5-1 Coast Guard

11-15 2-2 Tufts

No Home/Away Game Records

1942 (3-6)

Coach: Carl Fischer

1-2 Mass. State

4-0 Clark

1-2 Brown

2-3 W.P.I.

2-4 Wesleyan

5-0 M.I.T.

0-4 Springfield

0-2 Tufts

3-0 Coast Guard

No Home/Away Game Records

1943-45 NO TEAMS-WWII

1946 (4-5)

Coach: John Squires

10-12 H 3-2 Tufts

10-19 A 1-6 Williams

10-23 H 2-1 Brown

10-26 A 0-2 Mass. State

11-1 A 0-3 Springfield

11-6 A 0-2 Yale

11-9 A 2-1 Harvard

11-12 H 0-2 Wesleyan

11-16 A 4-3 Coast Guard

1947 (7-2)

Coach: John Squires

10-4 H 5-0 Clark

10-10 A 8-1 Tufts

10-18 H 5-2 Williams

10-25 H 6-1 Massachusetts

10-29 A 2-1 Brown

11-1 A 0-2 Springfield

11-5 H 3-1 Yale

11-11 A 2-4 Wesleyan

11-14 H 9-1 Fort Devens

1948 (11-0)

Coach: John Squires

10-2 A 3-0 Yale

10-9 H 6-0 Dartmouth

10-13 H 5-0 Tufts

10-16 A 4-1 Williams

10-19 A 5-0 Clark

10-23 A 3-1 Massachusetts

10-27 H 3-0 Brown

10-30 H 3-2 Springfield

11-6 H 3-0 M.I.T.

11-9 H 3-0 Wesleyan

11-13 A 5-0 Fort Devens

NSCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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1949 (7-3-1)

Coach: John Squires

10-8 A 5-1 Dartmouth

10-12 H 2-1 Yale

10-15 H 5-0 Williams

10-18 H 1-0 Harvard

10-22 H 4-1 Massachusetts

10-26 A 2-3 Brown

10-29 A 1-4 Springfield

11-2 H 7-0 Clark

11-5 A 3-3 M.I.T.

11-8 A 1-0 Wesleyan

11-11 A 0-1 U. of Havana

1950 (3-6-2)

Coach: John Squires

10-4 A 3-0 Clark

10-7 H 0-1 Dartmouth

10-11 A 3-0 Yale

10-14 A 2-1 Williams

10-17 A 0-2 Harvard

10-21 A 1-1 Massachusetts

10-28 H 0-2 Springfield

11-4 H 2-2 M.I.T.

11-7 H 1-3 Wesleyan

11-11 A 2-4 Maryland

11-15 H 0-2 Brown

1951 (5-4)

Coach: John Squires

10-13 A 1-7 Dartmouth

10-17 A 0-1 Brown

10-20 H 4-0 Massachusetts

10-27 H 3-0 Williams

10-31 H 3-1 Boston Univ.

11-3 A 2-0 M.I.T.

11-7 A 1-2 Wesleyan

11-10 H 1-5 Yale

11-16 H 4-2 Maryland

1952 (4-7)

Coach: John Squires

10-4 H 2-1 Brandeis

10-11 A 3-4 Yale

10-15 H 3-1 Brown

10-18 A 0-6 Massachusetts

10-22 H 1-5 Dartmouth

10-25 A 1-2 Williams

10-29 A 1-0 Boston Univ.

11-1 H 2-0 M.I.T.

11-5 H 1-2 Wesleyan

11-11 H 1-3 Harvard

11-15 A 2-1 Springfield

1953 (5-4-1)

Coach: John Squires

10-3 A 7-0 Brandeis

10-7 H 1-2 Springfield

10-10 A 1-3 Dartmouth

10-14 A 3-1 Brown

10-17 H 2-2 Massachusetts

10-28 H 7-0 Boston Univ.

10-31 A 2-1 M.I.T.

11-4 A 3-0 Wesleyan

11-7 H 0-2 Yale

11-13 A 0-4 Maryland

1954 (3-9)

Coach: John Squires

10-2 H 7-0 Brandeis

10-6 A 0-4 Yale

10-9 H 1-5 Dartmouth

10-13 A 0-2 Army

10-16 A 1-2 Massachusetts

10-20 H 1-3 Brown

10-23 A 0-1 Williams

10-27 A 5-1 Boston Univ.

10-30 H 0-2 M.I.T.

11-3 H 0-1 Wesleyan

11-10 A 0-4 Springfield

11-12 H 1-0 Maryland

1955 (1-9-2)

Coach: John Squires

9-28 H 1-4 Yale

10-1 A 4-0 Brandeis

10-5 A 0-4 Army

10-8 A 0-4 Wesleyan

10-12 A 0-6 Dartmouth

10-14 H 1-3 Massachusetts

10-19 A 0-3 Brown

10-22 H 1-3 Williams

10-26 H 2-3 Boston Univ.

10-28 A 2-2 M.I.T.

11-5 A 0-0 Coast Guard

11-9 H 0-4 Springfield

1956 (4-6)

Coach: John Squires

9-29 A 0-5 Yale

10-6 H 1-3 Wesleyan

10-13 A 4-1 Massachusetts

10-17 H 1-2 Dartmouth

10-20 H 1-2 Williams

10-27 H 2-1 M.I.T.

10-30 H 2-4 Brown

11-2 A 6-1 Boston Univ.

11-7 A 1-4 Springfield

11-9 H 1-0 Coast Guard

1957 (7-3-1)

Coach: John Squires

9-28 A 4-3 Dartmouth

10-2 H 2-5 Yale

10-5 A 1-3 Wesleyan

10-12 H 3-1 Massachusetts

10-15 H 6-0 Bridgeport

10-19 A 2-0 Williams

10-23 H 4-1 Hillyer

10-26 H 3-0 Boston Univ.

10-30 A 0-0 Brown

11-6 H 1-4 Springfield

11-9 A 6-4 Coast Guard

1958 (10-1)

Coach: John Squires

9-27 H 4-2 Dartmouth

10-1 A 3-4 Yale

10-3 H 2-1 Wesleyan

10-8 H 5-0 Hartford

10-11 A 8-1 Massachusetts

10-15 A 2-1 Bridgeport

10-18 H 3-0 Williams

10-25 A 8-2 Boston Univ.

10-28 H 6-1 Brown

11-5 A 7-0 Springfield

11-8 H 4-1 Coast Guard

1959 (4-6-2)

Coach: John Squires

9-26 A 2-3 Dartmouth

9-30 H 0-2 Yale

10-3 A 0-0 Wesleyan

10-7 H 4-0 Hartford

10-10 H 9-1 Massachusetts

10-13 H 1-6 Bridgeport

10-17 A 1-1 Williams

10-20 H 4-1 Boston Univ.

10-24 A 6-1 Brown

10-31 A 0-7 Colgate

11-4 H 0-1 Springfield

11-7 A 0-1 Coast Guard

1960 (11-3)

Coach: John Squires

9-24 H 3-1 Dartmouth

9-28 H 3-1 Wesleyan

10-5 A 4-2 Yale

10-8 A 3-0 Massachusetts

10-11 A 2-6 Bridgeport

10-15 H 3-2 Williams

10-18 H 8-0 Hartford

10-22 A 5-0 Boston Univ.

10-26 A 2-3 Colgate

11-2 A 3-2 Springfield

11-5 H 4-1 Coast Guard

11-8 H 2-0 Brown

11-19 H 4-3* SUNY Cortland

11-25 A 0-4* Maryland

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1961 (9-3)

Coach: John Squires

9-30 A 2-1 Dartmouth

10-4 H 2-3 Yale

10-10 H 3-2 Bridgeport

10-14 H 6-1 Massachusetts

10-18 A 1-6 Wesleyan

10-21 A 2-5 Williams

10-23 H 2-1 Hartford

10-31 A 4-2 Brown

11-4 A 3-1 Coast Guard

11-8 H 5-2 Springfield

11-11 H 1-0 Colgate

11-14 A 7-2 Rhode Island

1962 (3-9)

Coach: John Squires

9-29 H 0-1 Dartmouth

10-3 A 1-6 Yale

10-6 H 3-1 Rhode Island

10-10 A 1-2 Bridgeport

10-13 A 3-1 Massachusetts

10-17 H 1-3 Brown

10-20 H 1-2 Williams

10-23 H 2-3 Hartford

10-31 H 2-4 Wesleyan

11-3 H 2-1 Coast Guard

11-6 A 3-4 Springfield

11-10 A 2-5 Colgate

1963 (4-7)

Coach: John Squires

10-2 H 2-4 Yale

10-8 H 0-4 Bridgeport

10-12 H 9-4 Massachusetts

10-16 A 2-6 Brown

10-19 A 0-4 Williams

10-22 H 3-2 Hartford

10-26 H 2-6 Colgate

10-30 A 0-4 Wesleyan

11-2 A 2-0 Coast Guard

11-5 H 0-2 Springfield

11-16 A 3-0 Rhode Island

1964 (7-4-2)

Coach: John Squires

10-3 H 7-1 Vermont

10-7 A 3-3 Yale

10-10 A 1-0 Massachusetts

10-14 H 2-1 Brown

10-17 H 2-5 Williams

10-20 H 5-0 Hartford

10-24 A 1-3 Colgate

10-28 H 1-2 Wesleyan

10-31 H 3-0 Amherst

11-3 A 3-3 Springfield

11-5 A 1-0 M.I.T.

11-7 A 1-2 Coast Guard

11-14 H 2-0 Rhode Island

1965 (6-5-1)

Coach: John Squires

10-2 A 0-3 Vermont

10-9 H 5-1 Massachusetts

10-16 A 3-1 Maine

10-20 H 0-1 Coast Guard

10-23 A 3-1 Brown

10-27 A 0-1 Wesleyan

10-30 A 0-2 Amherst

11-1 H 1-0 New Hampshire

11-3 H 1-2 Yale

11-6 H 3-0 M.I.T.

11-9 H 3-3 Springfield

11-13 A 6-2 Rhode Island

1966 (8-5)

Coach: John Squires

10-1 H 1-4 Vermont

10-8 A 1-2 Massachusetts

10-12 H 1-3 Brown

10-15 H 8-0 Maine

10-19 A 1-0 Coast Guard

10-22 A 2-0 Middlebury

10-26 H 3-2 Wesleyan

10-29 A 3-1 New Hampshire

11-2 A 1-2 Yale

11-5 A 6-1 M.I.T.

11-8 A 3-1 Springfield

11-12 H 3-1 Rhode Island

11-22 H 1-2* Army

*NCAA Tournament

1967 (6-7)

Coach: John Squires

10-7 A 4-5 Vermont

10-11 A 2-1 Wesleyan

10-14 H 1-2 Massachusetts

10-18 A 5-0 Coast Guard

10-21 A 4-1 Maine

10-24 H 2-1 Amherst

10-28 H 1-2 Middlebury

11-1 H 3-4 Yale

11-4 H 6-0 New Hampshire

11-8 A 0-4 Brown

11-11 H 3-1 M.I.T.

11-14 H 1-2 Springfield

11-18 A 1-3 Rhode Island

1968 (4-6-2)

Coach: John Squires

9-21 H 0-1 Vermont

9-28 H 2-2 Harvard

10-5 A 0-0 New Hampshire

10-12 A 2-1 Massachusetts

10-16 H 1-0 Wesleyan

10-19 H 4-2 Maine

10-23 H 0-2 Brown

10-26 A 0-2 Middlebury

11-6 A 0-1 Yale

11-9 A 4-0 M.I.T.

11-16 A 3-5 Rhode Island

11-21 A 0-8 Springfield

1969 (3-9)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-20 A 4-5 Vermont

10-1 A 0-5 Harvard

10-4 H 3-0 New Hampshire

10-8 A 0-1 Wesleyan

10-11 H 1-2 Massachusetts

10-18 A 7-0 Maine

10-21 A 0-2 Brown

10-25 H 2-4 Middlebury

10-29 H 1-2 Springfield

11-5 H 1-2 Yale

11-8 H 5-3 M.I.T.

11-15 A 1-4 Rhode Island

1970 (6-5-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-26 H 1-1 Vermont

9-30 A 0-2 Long Island U.

10-3 A 2-1 New Hampshire

10-7 H 2-2 Wesleyan

10-10 A 3-5 Massachusetts

10-17 H 4-3 Maine

10-20 A 1-2 Brown

10-24 A 0-2 Middlebury

10-28 A 3-2 Springfield

11-4 A 1-0 Yale

11-7 A 4-1 M.I.T.

11-11 H 3-1 Boston Univ.

11-14 H 2-4 Rhode Island

1971 (4-11)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-18 A 2-3 Vermont

9-22 H 2-1 Bridgeport

9-25 H 0-1 Williams

9-28 H 1-4 Long Island U.

10-2 H 1-2 New Hampshire

10-6 A 0-1 Wesleyan

10-9 H 0-4 Massachusetts

10-11 A 0-6 Boston Univ.

10-16 A 2-3 Maine

10-19 A 0-2 Brown

10-27 H 0-1 Springfield

10-30 A 3-0 Hofstra

11-3 H 1-0 Yale

11-6 A 1-0 Holy Cross

11-13 A 0-4 Rhode Island

1972 (8-7-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-20 A 1-3 Bridgeport

9-23 H 3-2 Vermont (ot)

9-30 A 2-1 Yale

10-7 A 2-1 New Hampshire

10-11 H 2-1 Wesleyan

10-14 H 5-1 Boston Univ.

10-18 A 1-1 Amherst

10-21 H 2-1 Maine

10-24 H 2-3 Brown

10-28 A 1-3 Massachusetts

11-1 A 0-3 Springfield

11-4 H 12-0 Hofstra

11-8 A 1-3 Williams

11-11 H 7-0 Holy Cross

11-18 H 1-5 Rhode Island

11-21 A 2-4* Brown

*NCAA Tournament

1973 (13-4-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-17 H 1-2 St. Louis

9-19 H 2-3 Bridgeport

9-22 A 1-0 Vermont

9-26 A 1-0 Boston Univ.

9-29 H 2-0 Yale

10-6 H 4-2 New Hampshire

10-10 A 1-0 Wesleyan

10-14 H 8-0 Providence

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10-17 A 1-0 Harvard

10-20 A 1-1 Maine

10-23 A 1-0 Brown

10-27 H 2-0 Massachusetts

10-31 H 2-6 Springfield

11-3 A 5-0 Hofstra

11-7 H 0-0 Williams

11-9 A 5-0 Holy Cross

11-14 H 2-1 Amherst

11-17 A 3-0 Rhode Island

11-20 H 0-1* Brown (ot)

*NCAA Tournament

1974 (18-2-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-14 H 8-1 Holy Cross

9-18 A 2-1 Bridgeport

9-21 H 3-2 Vermont

9-25 H 4-0 Boston Univ.

9-28 A 1-0 Yale

10-2 A 3-0 Hartwick

10-5 A 1-0 New Hampshire

10-9 H 5-0 Wesleyan

10-12 A 4-1 Boston College

10-16 H 1-1 Harvard

10-19 H 6-0 Maine

10-23 H 1-0 Brown

10-26 A 1-0 Massachusetts

10-30 A 2-1 Springfield

11-2 A 2-0 Providence

11-6 A 2-0 Williams

11-13 A 3-0 Amherst

11-16 H 0-1 Rhode Island

11-20 H 4-1* Bridgeport

11-26 H 4-3* Brown

12-1 A 0-2* Hartwick

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA FINAL SIX

1975 (16-3-3)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-13 H 1-2 St. Louis (ot)

9-17 H 3-1 Bridgeport

9-20 A 1-3 Vermont

9-24 A 5-0 Boston Univ.

9-27 H 2-1 Yale

10-1 A 4-0 Princeton

10-3 H 1-0 New Hampshire

10-7 A 1-0 Wesleyan

10-9 H 2-1 Springfield

10-14 H 1-1 Hartwick (ot)

10-16 H 5-1 Boston College

10-18 A 5-0 Maine

10-22 A 2-2 Brown (ot)

10-24 H 1-0 Massachusetts

10-29 A 2-1 Dartmouth (ot)

11-1 H 1-0 Providence

11-5 H 2-1 Williams

11-8 H 3-1 Long Island U.

11-12 H 5-0 Amherst

11-15 A 1-1 Rhode Island (ot)

11-19 H 4-3* Vermont (ot)

11-25 H 1-2* Brown (ot)

*NCAA Tournament

1976 (18-2-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-15 A 1-1 Bridgeport (ot)

9-18 H 3-2 Vermont

9-22 A 3-0 Amherst

9-25 A 3-0 Yale

9-29 H 3-0 Princeton

10-1 A 4-0 New Hampshire

10-6 H 5-0 Wesleyan

10-8 H 1-1 Adelphi (ot)

10-14 A 4-0 Boston College

10-16 H 3-0 Maine

10-20 H 3-2 Brown (ot)

10-23 A 3-0 Massachusetts

10-26 A 1-0 Springfield

10-28 H 1-0 Dartmouth

10-30 H 4-0 Boston Univ.

11-3 A 1-0 Williams

11-7 H 0-1 Hartwick

11-10 A 2-1 Providence

11-13 H 4-0 Rhode Island

11-17 H 2-1* Rhode Island

11-21 H 1-0* Brown

11-25 A 0-2 Hartwick

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA FINAL SIX

1977 (9-11-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-7 H 4-0 SIU-Edwardsville

9-10 H 0-1 St. Louis

9-14 H 3-2 Bridgeport

9-17 A 1-2 Vermont (ot)

9-21 H 2-0 Amherst

9-24 A 1-1 Adelphi (ot)

9-29 H 2-3 San Francisco

10-1 H 3-1 New Hampshire

10-5 A 1-2 Wesleyan

10-8 H 2-0 Boston College

10-11 A 1-2 Dartmouth

10-13 A 1-2 Boston Univ.

10-15 A 3-0 Maine

10-18 A 1-3 Brown

10-21 H 1-2 Massachusetts

10-25 H 5-1 Springfield

10-29 H 1-0 Providence

11-2 H 3-2 Williams (ot)

11-5 H 1-2 Hartwick

11-9 H 2-3 Yale

11-12 A 1-3 Rhode Island

1978 (19-6)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-6 H 4-1 Howard

9-9 H 2-4 Indiana

9-13 A 1-0 Bridgeport

9-17 H 0-2 Clemson

9-23 H 5-1 Adelphi

9-26 H 2-0 Boston Univ.

9-28 A 5-0 Amherst

9-30 H 3-0 Harvard

10-4 A 2-0 Yale

10-6 A 3-2 UNH (ot)

10-11 H 2-3 Dartmouth

10-14 A 2-1 Boston College

10-18 H 5-1 Wesleyan

10-21 H 6-0 Maine

10-25 H 0-1 Brown

10-28 A 2-1 Massachusetts

10-31 A 3-0 Springfield

11-3 A 2-0 Florida Tech

11-5 A 0-1 Rollins (ot)

11-8 A 4-3 Williams

11-11 H 2-1 Vermont (ot)

11-14 A 4-0* Dartmouth

11-18 H 3-0* Rhode Island

11-21 A 3-1* Brown

11-26 H 0-3* Phila. Textile

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA FINAL SIX

1979 (19-7-0)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-5 H 2-1 UCLA

9-8 H 1-2 St. Louis

9-12 H 7-0 Bridgeport

9-14 A 5-0 South Carolina

9-16 A 1-2 Clemson (ot)

9-19 A 3-1 Adelphi

9-22 A 1-2 Vermont

9-25 A 2-0 Boston Univ.

9-27 H 7-1 Amherst

9-29 A 2-1 Harvard

10-3 H 2-1 Yale

10-7 H 3-4 San Francisco

10-10 A 4-1 Dartmouth

10-12 H 5-0 Boston College

10-14 H 5-0 Air Force

10-17 H 4-0 New Hampshire

10-20 A 6-0 Maine

10-23 A 1-0 Brown

10-27 H 3-2 Massachusetts

10-31 A 5-0 Springfield

11-3 H 9-0 Fairfield

11-6 A 7-2 Providence

11-9 A 1-2 Penn State

11-11 A 4-1 Lafayette

11-17 A 1-3 Rhode Island

11-25 H 2-3* Rhode Island (ot)

*NCAA Tournament

1980 (21-2-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-3 H 1-0 SIU-Edwardsville

9-5 A 2-0 St. Louis

9-7 A 0-1 Indiana

9-10 A 5-2 Bridgeport

9-14 H 7-0 Stanford

9-20 H 2-0 Vermont

9-23 H 4-0 Boston Univ.

9-27 H 5-1 Harvard

10-1 A 1-0 Yale

10-4 H 6-1 Duke

10-7 A 4-1 Boston College

10-9 H 4-1 Dartmouth

10-12 H 3-2 N.C. State

10-15 A 7-0 New Hampshire

10-18 H 4-0 Virginia

10-22 A 6-1 Amherst

10-25 A 6-1 Massachusetts

10-29 A 1-0 Springfield

11-2 H 3-0 Lafayette

11-6 H 3-0 Brown

11-9 H 0-0 Penn State

11-15 H 6-0 Rhode Island

11-22 H 6-0* Boston Univ.

12-6 A 0-1* Hartwick (ot)

*NCAA Tournament/NCAA Quarterfinals


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1981 (20-3-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-2 H 4-3 St. Louis (ot)

9-6 H 3-1 Indiana

9-13 H 3-1 South Carolina

9-16 H 3-1 Boston College

9-19 A 2-0 Vermont

9-23 A 3-1 Boston Univ.

9-27 H 9-0 Bridgeport

9-30 A 1-0 Cal/Berkeley

10-2 A 1-2 San Francisco

10-4 A 0-3 Stanford

10-9 A 1-0 Dartmouth

10-11 H 1-0 North Carolina

10-14 H 5-0 New Hampshire

10-20 H 3-1 Massachusetts

10-23 A 6-1 Brown

10-25 H 7-0 St. John’s

10-28 H 4-0 Yale

11-1 H 1-1 Alabama A&M (ot)

11-6 A 3-2 Penn State

11-8 A 3-4 Phila. Textiles

11-14 A 0-0 Rhode Island (ot)

11-21 H 6-2* Vermont

11-29 H 3-0* Long Island U.

12-5 A 2-1* Eastern Illinois

12-6 A 2-1* Alabama A&M (ot)

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA Semifinals

NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPION

1982 (15-3-7)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 H 4-0 Wis.-Milwauk.

9-5 H 6-0 Ohio State

9-10 A 2-1 Old Dominion

9-12 A 0-0 William & Mary(ot)

9-15 A 1-1 Boston Coll.(ot)

9-19 H 1-0 Vermont

9-22 H 1-0 Boston Univ.

9-26 A 1-3 Syracuse

9-29 A 4-1 Harvard

10-3 H 1-1 San Francisco (ot)

10-6 H 1-0 Rhode Island

10-10 H 4-0 Dartmouth

10-13 A 3-2 New Hamp. (ot)

10-17 H 2-0 Rutgers

10-20 A 2-2 Mass. (ot)

10-24 H 1-3 Alabama A&M (ot)

10-27 A 1-1 Yale (ot)

10-31 H 3-2 Penn State

11-3 H 1-0 Brown

11-7 H 1-1 Phila. Textile (ot)

11-10 A 3-2 Providence (ot)

11-13 H 1-1# Boston Coll.(ot)

11-21 H 3-2* Boston Coll.(ot)

11-28 H 1-0* LIU (ot)

12-5 A 1-2* Duke

#BIG EAST Tournament

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA Semifinals

1983 (16-9-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-2 H 1-2 North Carolina

9-4 H 3-1 American

9-9 A 2-3 N. Texas St. (ot)

9-11 A 2-4 SMU

9-14 H 3-0 Boston College

9-18 H 2-0 Vermont

9-21 A 2-1 Boston University

9-25 H 2-1 Syracuse (ot)

9-28 H 1-1 Harvard (ot)

10-2 H 1-3 Clemson

10-5 A 2-0 Rhode Island

10-9 A 2-0 Dartmouth

10-12 H 5-0 Yale

10-16 H 0-1 William & Mary

10-19 H 5-0 Massachusetts

10-23 H 5-0 Old Dominion

10-26 A 0-3 Providence

10-28 A 2-3 Penn State (ot)

10-30 A 0-3 Rutgers

11-2 A 3-1 Brown

11-6 H 3-0 South Carolina

11-11 H 1-0# Boston College

11-13 H 5-1# Syracuse

11-20 H 2-0* Providence

11-27 H 1-0* Alabama A&M

12-4 H 0-4* Columbia

#BIG EAST Tournament (1st)

*NCAA Tournament

NCAA Semifinals

1983 BIG EAST

Champions

1984 (14-9-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 A 0-5 Clemson

9-2 A 0-3 South Carolina

9-7 H 3-0 North Texas State

9-9 H 4-0 So. Methodist

9-12 A 3-1 Boston College

9-16 A 4-0 Vermont

9-19 H 3-0 Boston University

9-21 A 1-3 Syracuse

9-23 H 9-0 Fairfield

9-26 A 0-2 Harvard

9-30 H 2-1 Long Island Univ.

10-3 H 2-1 Rhode Island

10-7 H 2-0 Dartmouth

10-10 A 1-0 Yale

10-14 H 0-1 Alabama A&M

10-17 A 1-2 Massachusetts

10-21 H 4-0 West Virginia

10-24 H 0-1 Providence

10-28 H 1-2 Penn State

10-31 H 1-0 Brown

11-4 H 1-1 Rutgers (ot)

11-9 H 5-0# Syracuse

11-11 H 1-0# Providence

11-25 H 0-1* Harvard (ot)

#BIG EAST Tournament (1st)

*NCAA Tournament

1985 (17-4-3)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 H 0-0 Hartwick (ot)

9-6 N 1-1 UCLA (ot)

9-7 N 0-0 Clemson (ot)

9-11 H 1-0 Boston College

9-15 H 4-1 Vermont

9-18 A 2-0 Boston University

9-20 H 3-1 Stanford

9-22 H 3-1 Syracuse (ot)

9-25 H 5-1 Harvard

9-29 H 4-1 Howard

10-2 A 2-1 Rhode Island

10-6 A 3-0 Dartmouth

10-9 H 2-1 Yale

10-13 H 1-0 North Carolina

10-16 H 2-0 Massachusetts

10-20 H 2-0 Navy

10-23 H 2-0 Providence

10-25 A 1-2 Penn State

10-27 A 3-0 Rutgers

11-3 H 3-2 St. Louis (ot)

11-5 A 3-4 Brown (ot)

11-9 H 1-0# St. John’s

11-10 H 0-1# Syracuse

11-24 H 1-2* Boston Univ. (ot)

#BIG EAST Tournament

*NCAA Tournament

1981 National Champions

1986 (12-7-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

8-31 H 2-0 William & Mary(ot)

9-6 A 4-0 Vermont

9-9 A 1-2 Boston Coll. (ot)

9-12 A 0-5 Duke

9-14 N 1-2 N. Carolina St(ot)

9-17 H 0-2 Boston University

9-19 A 3-4 Syracuse

9-21 H 2-0 Central Florida

9-24 A 1-1 Harvard (ot)

9-28 H 2-0 Fordham

10-1 H 5-0 Rhode Island

10-5 H 1-0 Dartmouth

10-8 A 1-0 Yale

10-12 H 2-1 Alabama A&M

10-15 A 3-1 Massachusetts

10-19 H 1-2 Notre Dame (ot)

10-22 H 3-0 Providence

10-26 H 3-3 Penn State (ot)

10-29 H 2-1 Brown (ot)

11-2 H 1-0 Rutgers (ot)

11-8 H 0-1# Syracuse

#BIG EAST Tournament

1987 (13-7-3)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 H 1-1 Adelphi (ot)

9-4 H 3-0 Drexel

9-6 H 3-1 Stanford (ot)

9-9 H 3-1 Boston College

9-12 A 1-2 Fresno State

9-13 A 0-1 San Francisco

9-16 A 2-1 Boston University

9-20 H 2-0 Syracuse

9-23 H 0-0 Harvard (ot)

9-27 H 2-1 UCLA

9-30 A 1-0 Rhode Island

10-7 H 3-2 Yale

10-11 H 1-2 Duke

10-14 H 1-0 Mass. (ot)

10-18 H 3-0 Colgate

10-21 A 3-1 Providence

10-23 A 2-2 Penn State (ot)

10-25 A 0-1 Rutgers

10-28 A 1-2 Brown

11-1 H 1-0 Princeton

11-6 H 1-0# St. John’s

11-8 H 1-2# Seton Hall

11-15 H 0-1* Harvard (ot)

#BIG EAST Tournament

*NCAA Tournament

1988 (14-8-1)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 H 2-1 Phila. Textile

9-4 H 2-4 Old Dominion

9-7 A 2-1 Boston Coll. (ot)

9-9 A 1-3 UNLV

9-10 A 0-1 UCLA

9-14 H 1-1 Boston Univ. (ot)

9-16 A 0-1 Syracuse

9-18 H 1-0 Army

9-21 A 2-1 Harvard

9-25 H 1-0 San Francisco

9-28 H 2-1 Rhode Island

10-2 A 3-1 Dartmouth

10-5 A 0-1 Yale

10-9 H 3-0 South Florida

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10-12 A 2-0 Massachusetts

10-16 H 3-0 Lafayette

10-19 H 2-0 Providence

10-23 H 0-1 Penn State

10-26 H 2-0 Brown

10-30 H 2-1 Rutgers

11-5 H 3-1# Syracuse

11-6 H 2-4# Seton Hall

11-13 H 1-3* Boston University

#BIG EAST Tournament

*NCAA Tournament

1989 (12-5-5)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-1 A 1-0 South Florida

9-3 A 2-0 Central Florida

9-6 H 2-0 Boston College

9-10 H 0-0 Howard (ot)

9-13 A 0-3 Boston University

9-17 H 1-1 Syracuse (ot)

9-20 H 0-1 Yale (ot)

9-24 H 0-4 North Carolina

9-27 A 3-1 Rhode Island

10-1 H 2-1 Dartmouth

10-4 H 1-0 Harvard

10-8 H 1-2 Fairleigh Dickinson

10-11 A 1-1 Providence (ot)

10-15 H 3-1 Pennsylvania

10-18 H 0-0 Massachusetts (ot)

10-20 A 2-1 Penn State

10-22 A 1-1 Phila. Textiles (ot)

10-25 A 6-0 Brown

10-29 H 1-0 Alabama A&M

11-3 H 2-0# Boston College

11-5 H 3-1# Seton Hall

11-11 A 0-2* Vermont

#BIG EAST Tournament (1st)

*NCAA Tournament

1990 (9-9-5)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

8-26 H 3-0 Phila. Textile

9-1 N 0-2 Washington

9-2 A 2-1 Portland

9-6 A 3-4 Boston College

9-9 H 3-0 Long Island

9-12 H 4-0 St. John’s

9-14 A 0-0 Syracuse (ot)

9-16 H 0-1 Stetson

9-19 A 1-2 Harvard

9-23 H 1-0 Villanova

9-26 H 5-2 Rhode Island

9-30 A 1-2 Dartmouth

10-3 A 1-3 Yale (ot)

10-7 H 2-1 Seton Hall (ot)

10-10 H 1-1 Providence (ot)

10-12 A 0-0 Pittsburgh (ot)

10-14 A 1-2 Georgetown

10-17 A 1-0 Massachusetts

10-21 H 2-2 Penn State (ot)

10-24 H 2-3 Brown (ot)

10-28 H 2-0 St. Francis (NY)

10-30 H 2-3 Boston University

11-2 H 2-2# Seton Hall (ot,pk’s)

#BIG EAST Tournament

1991 (11-7-3)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

8-30 N 0-1 North Carolina

9-1 A 1-5 Wake Forest

9-8 H 2-1 Portland

9-11 H 1-0 Boston College

9-15 H 2-2 William & Mary (ot)

9-18 A 0-1 St. John’s

9-22 H 2-1 Syracuse

9-25 H 2-1 Harvard (ot)

9-29 H 4-0 Pittsburgh

10-2 A 0-1 Boston University

10-6 H 0-0 Dartmouth (ot)

10-9 H 1-0 Yale

10-12 A 2-3 Seton Hall

10-16 A 2-1 Providence

10-20 H 3-2 Georgetown

10-23 H 1-1 Massachusetts (ot)

10-25 A 2-3 Penn State

10-27 A 3-2 Villanova

10-30 A 1-0 Brown

11-3 H 4-2 Marquette

11-8 H 1-2# St. John’s

#BIG EAST Tournament

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1992 (7-10-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-5 A 1-2 Wisconsin

9-6 N 2-1 Wisconsin-Mil.

9-9 H 1-2 Boston Univ.

9-13 H 5-0 Lehigh

9-16 H 1-4 St. John’s

9-20 A 2-2 Syracuse

9-23 A 1-2 Harvard

9-27 H 1-1 Wake Forest

9-30 A 1-3 Boston Coll.

10-4 A 1-2 Dartmouth

10-7 A 1-2 Yale

10-11 H 3-0 Seton Hall

10-14 H 5-0 Providence

10-16 A 0-1 Pittsburgh

10-18 A 2-3 Georgetown

10-21 A 0-4 Massachusetts

10-25 H 3-0 Villanova

10-28 H 1-0 Brown

11-1 H 2-1 Penn State

1993 (10-8)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-4 N 3-2 George Mason

9-5 N 1-5 Virginia

9-9 H 1-0 Massachusetts

9-12 H 1-2 Army

9-15 A 0-2 St. John’s

9-19 H 2-0 Syracuse

9-22 H 6-4 Harvard

9-26 H 4-0 Fairfield

9-29 H 1-0 Dartmouth

10-3 H 2-0 Georgetown

10-6 H 3-0 Yale

10-9 A 1-3 Seton Hall

10-13 A 3-2 Providence

10-17 H 1-2 Pittsburgh

10-22 A 0-5 Penn State

10-24 A 0-3 Villanova

10-27 H 1-3 Boston Coll.

10-31 H 5-1 Long Isl. Univ.

1994 (12-6)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-3 H 7-1 St. Francis (NY)

9-9 N 3-1 Stanford

9-11 A 1-3 San Francisco

9-14 H 2-0 Massachusetts

9-18 H 3-0 Villanova

9-21 A 5-3 Harvard (ot)

9-25 H 6-0 St. Bonaventure

10-2 A 3-1 Syracuse (ot)

10-5 A 2-1 Yale

10-9 H 0-1 St. John’s

10-14 A 1-0 Pittsburgh

10-16 A 1-3 Georgetown

10-20 H 6-0 Providence

10-23 H 2-3 Colgate (ot)

10-26 A 2-1 Boston Coll.

10-30 H 2-6 Seton Hall

11-1 H 3-2 Richmond (ot)

11-4 A 0-1 Dartmouth

1995 (7-11-2)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

9-2 H 0-6 North Carolina

9-3 H 1-5 Maryland

9-8 N 1-0 Old Dominion

9-9 A 1-3 W&M (ot)

9-13 H 8-1 Iona

9-17 H 1-2 Pittsburgh

9-20 H 1-1 Yale (ot)

9-24 H 0-1 Rutgers

9-27 H 4-2 Dartmouth

10-1 A 0-1 Syracuse

10-4 A 2-0 Providence

10-8 H 2-2 W. Virginia (ot)

10-11 H 2-1 Boston Coll. (ot)

10-14 H 2-3 Cornell (ot)

10-19 A 0-2 Seton Hall

10-22 A 2-1 Villanova

10-25 H 1-3 Georgetown

10-29 H 4-0 Notre Dame

11-4 A 0-1 St. John’s

11-10 N 1-2# Boston College

#BIG EAST Tournament

1996 (15-3-3)

Coach: Joseph Morrone

8-31 A 2-1 Central Florida

9-1 N 5-2 Jacksonville

9-7 H 3-0 St. Mary’s

9-8 H 2-1 San Francisco

9-14 A 0-2 St. John’s

9-20 A 1-1 Notre Dame (ot)

9-22 A 2-0 Pittsburgh

9-25 H 1-0 Drexel

9-29 H 2-0 Syracuse

10-2 A 3-0 Yale

10-6 H 4-1 Villanova

10-8 H 3-3 Fairfield (ot)

10-12 A 0-1 Rutgers

10-18 H 6-1 West Virginia

10-20 H 3-3 Georgetown (ot)

10-23 H 4-0 Long Island

10-27 H 2-0 Seton Hall

10-30 A 2-0 Boston College

11-3 H 1-0 Providence (ot)

11-10 H 3-0# Seton Hall

11-16 N 1-2# Notre Dame

#BIG EAST Tournament

1997 (11-7-2)

Coach: Ray Reid

8-30 A 0-2 Syracuse

9-6 H 2-1 Ohio State

9-7 H 1-1 Richmond (ot)

9-10 A 1-2 Providence (ot)

9-14 H 0-2 Rutgers

9-17 H 2-0 St. Peter’s

9-21 A 0-1 Villanova

9-26 A 0-1 Georgetown (ot)

9-28 A 3-4 West Virginia (ot)

10-1 H 2-0 Niagara

10-5 H 3-0 Boston College

10-8 H 2-1 Yale

10-12 H 2-0 St. John’s

10-15 H 3-1 Phila. Textile

10-19 H 0-0 FDU (ot)

10-24 H 4-2 Pittsburgh

10-26 H 2-1 Notre Dame (ot)

10-29 H 3-0 Long Island

11-2 A 3-2 Seton Hall (ot)

11-10 A 0-2# Georgetown

#BIG EAST Tournament

1998 (17-4)

Coach: Ray Reid

9-1 H 3-0 Providence

9-5 A 3-1 St. John’s

9-11 H 5-1+ Princeton

9-13 H 2-1+ South Florida

9-18 H 1-0 West Virginia

9-20 H 4-0 Georgetown

9-23 A 1-0 Yale

9-27 H 5-0 Syracuse

9-30 A 3-2 Boston Coll. (ot)

10-4 H 2-0 Villanova

10-7 H 4-1 Long Island Univ.

10-11 H 3-1 Hatrwick

10-16 A 2-0 Notre Dame

10-18 A 1-0 Pittsburgh (ot)

10-21 H 2-0 St. Francis (NY)

10-25 H 1-2 Seton Hall

10-28 H 3-0 Monmouth

10-31 A 0-1 Rutgers

11-7 H 4-0# West Virginia

11-13 N 1-2# Georgetown

11-22 H 0-1^ Penn State

+ at Willow Brook Park, New Britain, CT

# BIG EAST Tournament

^NCAA Tournament

BIG EAST REG. SEASON CHAMPIONS

1999 (19-5)

Coach: Ray Reid

9-3 H 4-1+ Hartford

9-5 H 1-2+ Cincinnati

9-10 N 3-0 NC State

9-11 A 1-2 Duke (ot)

9-19 H 2-1 Notre Dame (ot)

9-22 H 5-0 Yale

9-26 H 3-0 St. John’s

9-29 A 3-1 Providence

10-2 A 1-2 Seton Hall

10-6 H 4-0 Boston University

10-10 H 1-2 Rutgers

10-15 A 1-0 Georgetown

10-17 A 3-0 West Virginia

10-24 A 3-1 Villanova

10-28 H 2-0 Boston College

10-31 A 3-2 Syracuse (ot)

11-3 H 3-0 Pittsburgh

11-7 H 2-0# Seton Hall

11-12 H 1-0# Syracuse

11-15 H 2-0# Georgetown

11-21 H 2-1^ Hartford (4ot)

11-28 H 3-0^ Yale

12-5 H 3-2^ Furman

12-12 N 1-2! Santa Clara (4ot)

+ at Willow Brook Park, New Britain, CT

# BIG EAST Tournament

^NCAA Tournament

! NCAA College Cup

BIG EAST REG. SEASON CHAMPIONS

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2000 (20-3-2)

Coach: Ray Reid

9-1 H 1-2 + Wake Forest (ot)

9-2 H 4-1+ Duke

9-10 H 4-0 Seton Hall

9-15 A 3-1% Hartwick

9-16 N 1-0% New Hampshire

9-22 A 1-0 Pittsburgh

9-24 A 1-0 Notre Dame

9-27 H 3-0 St. Peter’s

9-30 A 0-0 St. John’s (2ot)

10-4 H 4-1 Providence

10-7 H 1-0 VCU

10-11 A 1-1 Boston Col. (2ot)

10-14 H 0-1 Syracuse

10-20 H 2-0 Georgetown

10-22 H 2-0 West Virginia

10-25 H 4-1 Villanova

10-28 A 2-1 Rutgers (ot)

10-31 H 1-0 Hartford

11-5 H 2-0# Syracuse

11-10 N 2-3# Seton Hall (ot)

11-19 H 3-0^ Dartmouth

11-26 A 2-1^ Clemson (ot)

12-3 H 1-0^ Brown

12-8 N 2-0! So. Methodist

12-10 N 2-0! Creighton

+ UConn Soccer Classic

% Hartwick Classic, Hartwick,N.Y.

# BIG EAST Tournament

^NCAA Tournament

! NCAA College Cup

BIG EAST REG. SEASON CHAMPIONS

NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPION

2001 (15-5-2)

Coach: Ray Reid

8-31 H 3-3+ Akron (2ot)

9-1 H 0-1+ Washington

9-4 H 5-1 St. Peter’s

9-6 H 1-0 Boston University

9-9 A 2-1 Villanova (2ot)

9-21 N 2-2* Fresno St. (2ot)

9-23 A 1-6* UNLV

9-26 H 1-0 Pittsburgh

9-29 H 2-1 Hartford (ot)

10-5 A 3-0 West Virginia

10-10 H 1-0 Boston College

10-13 A 3-1 Syracuse

10-20 A 0-1 Georgetown

10-24 A 2-0 Yale

10-27 H 1-0 Notre Dame

10-31 A 1-0 Providence

11-3 H 1-0 Rutgers (ot)

11-6 H 2-1 St. John’s

11-11 H 2-1# VA Tech (2ot)

11-16 H 1-0# Rutgers

11-18 H 0-1# St. John’s

11-25 H 1-2^ Rutgers (3ot)

+ UConn Soccer Classic, Conn.

* UNLV Rebel Classic

# BIG EAST Tournament

^NCAA Tournament

BIG EAST REG. SEASON CHAMPIONS

2002 (17-6)

Coach: Ray Reid

8-31 A 2-3 Seton Hall

9-6 H 3-0+ American

9-8 H 5-0+ UNLV

9-14 H 2-0 West Virginia

9-17 A 0-1 Boston University

9-21 A 4-1 Pittsburgh

9-27 N 2-1* Portland

9-29 A 2-0* Washington

10-2 A 1-0 Boston College

10-5 H 5-1 Georgetown

10-9 H 2-1 Providence

10-12 H 2-0 Maryland

10-20 A 1-3 Notre Dame

10-25 A 0-1^ St. John’s

10-26 N 4-0^ Adelphi

10-30 H 2-0 Virginia Tech

11-3 H 4-2 Syracuse

11-9 H 1-0# Rutgers

11-15 N 3-2# St. John’s

11-17 N 2-3# Boston College

11-27 H 4-0$ Pennsylvania

12-1 H 1-0$ Indiana

12-7 A 0-3$ Maryland

+ UConn Soccer Classic, Conn.

* Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash.

^ St. John’s Classic, Jamaica, N.Y.

# BIG EAST Tournament

$NCAA Tournament

2003 (9-8-4)

Coach: Ray Reid

8-29 A 0-2* Wake Forest

8-30 N 0-3* North Carolina

9-5 H 1-0+ Boston University

9-6 H 2-1+ Indiana

9-13 H 0-0 Seton Hall (2ot)

9-20 A 0-2 Rutgers

9-24 H 1-0 Boston Coll. (2ot)

9-27 A 2-2 West Virginia (2ot)

10-1 H 0-1 Yale

10-4 H 2-1 Villanova

10-8 A 2-0 Virginia Tech

10-12 A 0-4 Maryland

10-15 H 0-1 St. John’s (2ot)

10-18 H 1-0 Notre Dame

10-22 H 6-1 Hartford

10-26 A 1-2 Syracuse

10-28 H 1-1 St. Peter’s (2ot)

11-1 A 1-0 Georgetown

11-9 A 0-2# Notre Dame

11-22 H 3-0$ Rhode Island

11-26 A 0-0$ St. John’s

(2ot, SJU advances on PK’s, 4-2)

* Wake Forest Classic, S.C.

+ UConn Soccer Classic,

Storrs, Conn.

# BIG EAST Tournament

$NCAA Tournament

2000 National

Champions

2004 (12-8-3)

Coach: Ray Reid

9-1 H 0-1 Michigan

9-4 H 0-1 Washington

9-10 H 4-0+ Richmond

9-11 H 0-1+ Santa Barbara

9-15 H 1-0 St. Peter’s (2ot)

9-19 H 2-0 West Virginia

9-22 A 1-1 VCU

9-25 H 1-0 Pittsburgh

10-3 A 2-2 Villanova

10-5 H 2-1 Quinnipiac

10-9 A 0-1 St. John’s

10-12 H 2-1 Boston University

10-16 H 1-0 Rutgers (ot)

10-20 H 0-2 Boston College

10-23 A 0-2 Seton Hall

10-27 H 3-2 Syracuse

10-30 A 0-2 Notre Dame

11-2 A 2-1 Providence

11-7 A 1-0# Boston College

11-12 N 1-0# West Virginia

11-14 N 0-0# Seton Hall

(2ot, UConn wins, 5-3 PKs)

11-20 H 2-1$ Marist (ot)

11-23 A 0-1$ Boston College

+ UConn Soccer Classic, Conn.

# BIG EAST Tournament

$NCAA Tournament

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS


University of

Connecticut

This is UConn 82-83

A Remarkable Transformation 84

Joseph J. Morrone Stadium 85

Close to Storrs 86-87

Top 10 Reasons to Attend UConn 88-89

Winning Moments 90-91

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Friends of Soccer 92

Mark R. Shenkman Training Center 93

Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway 94

Counseling for Intercollegiate Athletics 95

Strength & Conditioning 96

Sports Medicine 96

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DISTINCTIONS

Ranked the top public university in

New England for six consecutive years

and now considered among the top public

universities in the country by US

News and World Report, the University

of Connecticut has advanced to a position

of national leadership in public higher

education. As the only public university

in New England with its own schools of

law, medicine, dental medicine and social

work, UConn offers comprehensive,

highly acclaimed educational opportunities.

UConn has been designated a

Carnegie Foundation Research University-Extensive,

a distinction shared by

fewer than four percent of America’s

higher education institutions that are

lauded for their breadth and range of

research.

LOCATION

The University of Connecticut’s main

campus is located in Storrs, about 30

minutes from Hartford, the state’s capital

city. UConn is also within driving distance

of Boston, New York City and

Providence. The University has regional

campuses at Avery Point, Stamford,

Torrington, Waterbury and West Hartford.

UConn’s Health Center in

Farmington and Schools of Social Work,

and Law in the greater Hartford area

complete the University’s wide range of

high quality programs in a number of

ideal locations.

STUDENT PROFILE

Founded in 1881, the University of

Connecticut enrolls more than 26,000

students representing nearly every

state in the nation and more than 100

countries. Increasingly, record numbers

of high-achieving students from diverse

backgrounds are making UConn their

school of choice. Since 1997, UConn’s

This is UConn

freshman and minority enrollments have

risen dramatically as SAT scores for incoming

students have soared. During this

same period, several hundred high school

valedictorians and salutatorians have

joined the student body.

UConn maintains a strong tradition of

student involvement, offering more than

300 clubs and organizations that provide

opportunities to participate in everything

from cultural enrichment to current recreational

trends. Our Study Abroad Office

offers a rich array of programs to

broaden a student’s education, including

travel to more than 65 countries. Additionally,

cooperative education programs

and internships integrate classroom

learning and work experience in business,

industry, and public service.

Academic Breadth

UConn encompasses 17 schools and

colleges offering eight undergraduate degrees

in more than 100 majors. The University

grants 13 graduate degrees in

more than 80 fields of study, and provides

graduate professional programs in

business, law, medicine, dental medicine,

pharmacy, and social work.


This is UConn

FACULTY

UConn’s faculty members are among the most

impressive scholars in the U.S. Many are recognized

worldwide as leaders in education, research,

and scholarship.

Our professors

strive to personalize

the UConn

experience. Presiding

over

classes that average

about 30 students,

faculty

members are dedicated

to their roles

as teachers, student

advisors, and mentors. In UConn’s undergraduate

summer research program, students

have the opportunity to participate in original

research or receive a grant to work under the

direction of our renowned professors.

UConn’s professors conduct scientific research

of international consequence that garners

widespread attention. The University’s research

in regenerative biology and its historic

partnerships with the African National Congress

in South Africa and the Metropolitan Opera in

New York City are noteworthy accomplishments.

UConn’s Neag School of Education is

home to the renowned National Research Center

on the Gifted and Talented and the Accelerated

Schools Project. Additionally, researchers

in UConn’s School of Medicine have successfully

isolated the gene that causes the most

common form of glaucoma, a breakthrough that

could lead to early detection and prevention of

blindness.

ATTRACTIONS

The Lodewick Visitors Center is the gateway

to UConn. It introduces students to the

unique facilities that define the University’s

4,000-acre main campus. Visitors may experience

it all while lodging in the Nathan Hale Inn, a

convenient hotel and conference facility on the

UConn campus that is ideal for any business

gathering. Chief among UConn’s dynamic academic

facilities is the Homer Babbidge Library,

which contains more than two and a half million

volumes. The Chronicle of Higher Education recently

recognized the Babbidge Library system

as the top public research library in New England.

UConn’s Jorgensen Center for the Performing

Arts showcases the region’s most noteworthy

dramatic events. It stages professional

touring attractions that range from Broadway

musicals to intimate cabarets. The collections

of the recently expanded William Benton Museum

of Art include 4,000 pieces, enabling it to

present a rotation of intriguing exhibits. The artifacts

on display in UConn’s Museum of Natural

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History further enhance the University’s cultural

environment. The J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage

Sports Museum features the trophy our

football team won in its Motor City bowl victory.

Other memorabilia includes photos, videos,

plaques, banners, uniforms, and NCAA National

championship trophies of the men’s and

women’s basketball teams and the men’s soccer

team.

UConn Schools and Colleges

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

School of Allied Health

Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture

School of Business

College of Continuing Studies

School of Dental Medicine

Neag School of Education

School of Engineering

School of Family Studies

School of Fine Arts

Graduate School

School of Law

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

School of Medicine

School of Nursing

School of Pharmacy

School of Social Work

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A REMARKABLE TRANSFORMATION

UConn is renewing, rebuilding and enhancing its campuses through

an unprecedented $2.3 billion, 20-year state investment in the University’s

infrastructure. UCONN 2000/21 st Century UConn is the most ambitious

publicly financed university building program in the country. It’s an initiative

The New York Times reports as being “a building boom that would

be the envy of most university presidents.” The UCONN 2000/21 st Century

UConn program reflects a vision of a dynamic institution. Now in its

11th year, the program has invigorated the University’s living and learning

environment, helped advance faculty research, and stimulated public

and private investment.

This transformation revitalizes the state’s future by providing the

means for the University to attract high-achieving students, high-quality

faculty, and funding from public grants and private donors. Before the

landmark program, Connecticut was a state with one of the highest

ratios of students leaving the state for college. Today, there has been a

dramatic reversal of this trend leading to unprecedented interest from

both in-state and out-of-state students.

The infrastructure initiative has already resulted in the completion of

more than 100 projects, including the Chemistry Building—one of the

best-designed buildings in the world according to the International Architecture

Yearbook. Other projects include the School of Business, the

modern Biology/Physics Building, Information Technologies Engineering

Building, the Agricultural Biotechnology Laboratory, additions to the

Benton Museum and the construction of residence communities such as

the Hilltop Apartments, Charter Oak Apartments, Hilltop Suites, South Campus, and the Husky Village. Renovations to numerous facilities, including

the Babbidge Library, Wilbur Cross Building and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have also been instrumental in transforming the University.

Forthcoming projects to be made possible by UCONN 2000/21 st Century UConn include a $300 million expansion to the UConn Health Center that

will include a state-of-the art medical research facility with 30 high-tech laboratories. The Storrs campus will benefit from enhancements that include

new facilities to replace the Monteith and Arjona liberal arts facilities and the Torrey Life Sciences Building. Additions to the Psychology Building,

Storrs Hall and the School of Fine Arts will also continue to reshape campus. The quality of a UConn education will improve throughout the state with

renovations to the UConn Law School and the University’s regional campuses.

Thanks in large part to these forward thinking initiatives, the University is enjoying remarkable success in student recruitment and retention,

attracting world-class scholars and securing significant research funding. The cranes that fill the skyline above UConn’s campuses are indicative

of a truly remarkable success story in American public higher education. There are still great things ahead as the University celebrates its ascent

into the top ranks of public higher education in the nation.


JOSEPH J. MORRONE STADIUM

Joeseph J. Morrone Stadium, with its seating capacity of 8,574

and a natural grass playing surface, is one of the finest college

soccer facilities in the nation. The natural grass playing surface

measures 75 by 120 yards, the maximum dimensions for a

collegiate soccer field.

The stadium has undergone major improvements over the

past several years. This new-look Stadium has been funded by

both state monies and by private contributions through the

UConn Friends of Soccer support organization. The latest part of

the new-look to Morrone Stadium is full field lighting installed

prior to the 2000 fall season.

The addition of lights to Morrone Stadium is a tremendous

boost to the soccer program. The facility is already one of the top

collegiate sites in the nation and the ability to play many matches

under the lights means the national-level soccer program now

has a national-level, state-of-the-art home surface, day and night.

In addition, the matches played under the lights create an enjoyable

atmosphere which can involve the entire soccer community and

generate a positive effect on home game attendance.

These enhancements include: a state-of-the-art scoreboard

and message center; new aluminum bleachers; replacement of

the natural grass surface, with new grass and an irrigation and

automatic watering system installed; and one of the top press

boxes in the country.

The fully enclosed and heated aluminum-sided press box

measures 120 feet. It includes a 60-foot midsection for working

media, rooms for television and home and visiting radio, an

enclosed upper camera deck, and special hospitality areas for

guests. Additionally, television monitors are positioned

throughout the press box for viewing the game action below.

On April 11, 1997, the University of Connecticut Board of

Trustees approved the naming of the Connecticut Soccer Stadium

as the Joseph J. Morrone Stadium.

The naming of the stadium enables the Division of Athletics to

recognize the significant contributions that Joe Morrone has

made to the growth of soccer on all levels, but more specifically

at the University of Connecticut.

Coach Morrone retired as head coach of men's soccer at

Connecticut following the 1996 season. In 28 years directing the

UConn program, Morrone compiled an overall record of 358-178-

53 and in 39 years as a collegiate head soccer coach he compiled

a 422-199-64 record, ranking him as one of only four collegiate

soccer coaches with more than 400 career victories. In 1981, he

led Connecticut to the NCAA Division I National Championship.

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CLOSE TO STORRS

In addition to all that the city of Hartford and the state of Connecticut has to offer, the

region within two hours of Storrs is ripe with cultural and entertainment possibilities.

SPRINGFIELD (47 miles)

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

is located less than an hour from Storrs in

Springfield, Mass., just minutes from the YMCA

where Dr. James Naismith invented the game

in 1891. A must-see for any fan of the hardwood,

the Hall of Fame reopened in the fall of

2002 in a brand new $45 million home just off

of Interstate 91 in Springfield. The pinnacle

of any basketball career, the hall’s long list of

inductees now includes men’s basketball

coach Jim Calhoun, a 2005 inductee. Once

you finish your tour of the Hall of Fame,

Springfield’s neighboring suburb of Agawam

is the home of Six Flags New England, the

region’s largest amusement park.

NEW YORK CITY (142 miles)

The United States’ largest city and “the media capital of the

world,” New York City is located approximately two hours

from Storrs and offers a wide array of cultural opportunities.

From the glitter of Times Square, to the vast expanse

of Central Park, to the majestic skyline, New York City is an

incomparable destination and one that can be easily reached

by the Metro-North train lines that run into southern Connecticut.

UConn students also enjoy the city’s active sporting

landscape. The BIG EAST Conference men’s basketball

tournament, played every March at fabled Madison

Square Garden, is one of the country’s premier

collegiate conference championship

events. The New York metro

area also boasts 10 major professional

sports franchises,

including the NFL’s New York

Jets and Giants, Major League

Baseball’s New York Mets and

Yankees, the NBA’s New York

Knicks and New Jersey Nets,

the NHL’s New York Islanders,

New York Rangers

and 2003 Stanley Cup

Champion New Jersey

Devils and the

WNBA’s New York

Liberty.


CLOSE TO STORRS

BOSTON (86 miles)

The birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston’s historic Freedom Trail is a living history textbook, covering everything from the Battle of

Bunker Hill to the midnight ride of Paul Revere. Meanwhile, the city blends its old world charm with a cosmopolitan new world attitude that is

evidenced by some of the trendier shops and restaurants that line both historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the Back Bay’s Newbury Street. One

of the world’s foremost centers of education, Boston is home to over 50 colleges and universities; perhaps the entire world’s most concentrated

collection of colleges. The greater Boston area also includes the summer beach resorts on Cape Cod and the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s

Vineyard. A hub of sporting activity, the 2004 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox have called fabled Fenway Park home since 1912. The

NBA’s Boston Celtics and NHL’s Boston Bruins also call Beantown home while the 2002, 2004 and 2005 Super Bowl Champion New England

Patriots and MLS’ New England Revolution play outside of the city in Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium.

PROVIDENCE (51 miles)

Rhode Island’s capital city shows that

one of the nation’s smallest states also

has plenty to offer its visitors. The multicultural

capital city, which dates back

to 1636, is the Ocean State’s centerpiece.

The best known hamlet on the

Rhode Island shore, the ocean town of

Newport is world famous for its mansions

and is a popular vacation destination

for those seeking aquatic activities.

Newport’s renowned music festival

is also a well-attended annual

event.

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TOP TEN REASONS TO ATTEND UCONN

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Ranked Ranked the the Top Top Public Public University University in in in New New England

England

For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report ranked

UConn the top public university in New England and among the very

best public universities in the nation. Comments published in the

2005 Fiske Guide to Colleges include, “It’s the perfect atmosphere

to go to college in. The academics are challenging and interesting,

and the social setting is fun and diverse.” Bolstered by this national

recognition and academic prestige, the value of a UConn degree

continues to soar.

21 21 st Century Century Century Amenities

Amenities

This is a tremendously exciting time to attend UConn. A $2.3 billion

landmark building program is dramatically transforming the places where

students live, learn and enjoy life. Through new construction and

renovation, we offer the latest innovations nationally in university

housing and dining and the best-equipped recreational complexes.

Classrooms and laboratories are being built at a remarkable rate, placing

our facilities at the forefront of public higher education and propelling

UConn to a position of national prominence.

The The Right Right Fit Fit

Fit

Our student/faculty ratio is 17:1, and our 15,000 undergraduate

students receive personal attention and feel a strong sense of

community and belonging in classes that average 30 students. Just

the right size, UConn also offers the opportunities of a premier research

university, such as hands-on experience working in labs with

professors who not only teach our courses, but who also are on the

cutting edge of innovation and discovery.

World-Class World-Class Faculty

Faculty

From writers and scientists to human rights activists and historians,

our nearly 1,100 faculty members are committed to classroom teaching.

Fostering a dynamic learning environment, they share research

opportunities with high-achieving undergraduates. Our faculty includes

Regina Barreca, whose humor appears in nationally published

columns, and Ben Bahr, whose revolutionary research may unlock

the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease. Amii Omara-Otunnu provides

pivotal leadership for the UConn-African National Congress

Partnership. It is professors like these who inspire the minds of

emerging scholars.

Unlimited Unlimited Opportunities Opportunities for for for Involvement

Involvement

Yoga. UConnTV. Fraternities and Sororities. Student Film Organization.

Marching Band. Finance Society. Puppet Club. Skydiving. Dance

Team. Community Outreach. Choosing from more than 300 clubs and

volunteer organizations, UConn students actively participate in campus

and community life. Our students make governing decisions, plan

events, organize intramural teams, and run their own radio shows—

to name just a few of the leadership roles our students play.


TOP TEN REASONS TO ATTEND UCONN

Outstanding Outstanding Residential Residential Facilities

Facilities

UConn has the highest percentage of students living on campus of any

major public university in the United States. Residential life at UConn

offers a distinct sense of community, as well as many social and cultural

opportunities. We offer new students a range of dining options and

accommodations, while offering upper division students the latest in

suite-style and apartment living. Residence halls, which are wired for

the Internet, come complete with study rooms, computer labs, and lounge

areas to help students relax and feel at home.

More More than than 100 100 Majors

Majors

Choices abound. Whether it’s education, engineering, English, or

environmental science, UConn’s academic breadth encompasses

numerous educational choices. Students select an established major or

design an individualized plan of study to meet their specific needs. UConn

takes pride in offering all students, including those enrolled in our distinctive

Honors Program, the opportunity to earn a major in any of the University’s

100+ programs of study. In addition to academic advisers, online study

tools, and tutorial centers, UConn offers career counseling workshops,

study abroad programs, and many internship programs that offer valuable

experience. The University of Connecticut is diverse enough to offer

many academic choices, and remains committed to providing students

with the support needed to help them achieve their goals.

An An Exceptional Exceptional Educational Educational Value

Value

Whether an individual’s long-range goal is to prepare for a career, pursue

a graduate degree or attend medical or law school, UConn is an exceptional

educational value. UConn has a variety of programs to help many students

financially, ranging from merit scholarship opportunities to need-based

financial aid packages, all designed to support a large number of qualified

students. The University also has many part-time campus jobs with flexible

hours that help students earn extra spending money or build their resume

with hands-on work experience.

Location, Location, Location, Location, Location

Location

Our main campus is located in Storrs. We’re a major academic institution

that values its small town roots. Students enjoy the familiarity of an

intimate academic institution, while being just a short drive from major

cities. UConn’s unique campuses are strategically placed across the

state in Avery Point, Farmington, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury and

West Hartford. Throughout Connecticut UConn offers a quality education

to meet our student body’s distinct needs.

Huskymania

Huskymania

Division I in all sports, we have a variety of men’s and women’s varsity

athletics. Home of Huskymania, sports at UConn include baseball, basketball,

field hockey, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, softball,

soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track, and volleyball.

UConn captured seven NCAA national championships in the last

seven years, including unprecedented dual men’s and women’s basketball

championships—the first University to do so in NCAA Division I

history. This UConn standard of athletic excellence carries on to the

gridiron. Invited to the first bowl game in school history, UConn’s win

ended the season with an 8-4 mark, including six sellouts before 40,000

roaring fans at the ultra-modern Rentschler Field.

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The Division of Athletics at the University of Connecticut has

a long tradition of “Winning Moments.”

UConn has won eight national championships since 1990 –

five in women’s basketball, two in men’s basketball and one

in men’s soccer. UConn has made 10 national semifinal appearances

in that same timeframe – including four in women’s

soccer and two in field hockey.

In total, UConn has advanced to NCAA Championship play

71 times since 1990-91 while Husky student-athletes have

garnered All-America honors 149 times.

Members of the UConn athletic community have been a

large part of international competitions, including the Olympics.

At the 2004 Athens games, there were nine UConn representatives

from five different countries – including Sue Bird,

Diana Taurasi and Swin Cash who all won gold medals as part

of the United States women’s basketball team.

UConn has also turned out a number of professional athletes

in several sports. Former Husky Emeka Okafor was the

NBA Rookie of the Year for the Charlotte Bobcats while Ben

Gordon of the Chicago Bulls was the NBA Sixth Man of the

Year. UConn had two players selected in the first five rounds of

the 2005 NFL Draft.

The 2004-2005 academic year was full of “Winning Moments”

for the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics.

Husky teams advanced to NCAA Championship competition

in five sports this past year and individuals competed in three

others. The football team enjoyed an incredible season as it

posted an overall record of 8-4 and was the champion of the

Motor City Bowl.

UConn also won a total of six BIG EAST Conference championships

during the 2004-05 season while a total of seven

UConn student-athletes earned All-America honors.

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The Connecticut men’s soccer team captured the school’s fifth BIG EAST Tournament

Championship in 2004 with a 5-3 penalty kick decision over Seton Hall on November 14.

Baseball

Finished the season with a final record of 34-22 and set a school

record for most wins.

Men’s Basketball

Won the BIG EAST regular season championship and advanced

to the second round of the NCAA Championship.

Women’s Basketball

Won the BIG EAST tournament and advanced to the Sweet 16 of

the NCAA Championship.

Josh Boone and the men’s

basketball team worked their way

to a second round appearance in

the NCAA Tournament.

Ashley Battle and the women’s

basketball team won the BIG EAST

Tournament and advance to the

Sweet 16 of the NCAAs.


WINNING MOMENTS

Field Field Hockey

Hockey

Won the BIG EAST regular season and

tournament championships and played in

the NCAA Championship.

Football

Football

Posted a record of 8-4 and defeated Toledo

by a score of 39-10 in the Motor City

Bowl.

Golf

Golf

Won the New England Championship

during the fall of 2004 – its first such title

since 1994.

Men’s Men’s Ice Ice Hockey

Hockey

Senior Tim Olsen was a first team All-Atlantic

Hockey pick while freshman

goaltender Brad Smith earned all-rookie

team honors from the league.

Women’s Women’s Women’s Ice Ice Hockey

Hockey

Advanced to the championship game of

the Hockey East conference tournament

and was nationally-ranked for the first time

in school history.

Lacrosse

Lacrosse

Had an overall record of 12-5 (best in

school history) and won the ECAC Championship.

The Husky lacrosse team completed its best

season in school history with an ECAC

Championship win over Boston College.

Rowing

Rowing

Won the women’s college championship

at the prestigious Dad Vail Regatta in

Philadelphia. The UConn varsity eight finished

first in the event, while the junior

varsity eight was second and the novice

eight third.

Men’s Soccer

Won the BIG EAST Conference tournament

and played in the NCAA Championship

for the seventh-straight year.

Women’s Women’s Soccer

Soccer

Won the BIG EAST Conference tournament

and advanced to the third round of

the NCAA Championship.

Softball

Softball

Senior pitcher Jessica Gurney was a first

team All-New England selection and

earned third team All-BIG EAST honors.

Men’s Men’s Swimming Swimming and and Diving

Diving

Placed second at the Terrapin Cup Invitational

and sophomore Tristan Jones

made an NCAA B Cut time in the 100-yard

breaststroke.

Women’s Women’s Swimming Swimming Swimming and and Diving

Diving

Junior Ryan Smith earned a spot at the

NCAA Championship in the 200-yard backstroke.

The UConn football team made history in

2004 as it played in its first-ever bowl game

and defeated Toledo by a 39-10 score in the

Motor City Bowl.

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Men’s Men’s Tennis

Tennis

Senior Joe Mercuri won the D Flight

singles at the Quinnipiac Invitational.

Women’s Women’s Tennis

Tennis

Seniors Whitney Simcik and Jen

LoRusso competed in the ITA Regional

Championships in the fall and advanced

to the round of 16.

Men’s Men’s Track Track Track and and and Field/

Field/

Cross Cross Country

Country

Senior Will Thomas won the decathlon

at the BIG EAST outdoor championship

and also was the high jump champion.

He competed at the NCAA outdoor

championship in the decathlon.

Women’s Women’s Women’s Track Track and and Field/ Field/

Field/

Cross Cross Country

Country

Senior Deirdre Mullen finished fourth

at the NCAA Championships in the outdoor

high jump. She was also the high

jump champion at the BIG EAST – with

a meet record — and ECAC outdoor

championships.

Volleyball Volleyball

Volleyball

The Huskies had a final record of 17-

10 and were 6-4 in BIG EAST play.

UConn enjoyed an eight-match winning

streak in mid-October and won 10

of their final 14 contests.

The UConn women’s rowing team enjoyed the

finest season ever as it won the team title at

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The Friends of Soccer at the University of

Connecticut is a booster club founded nearly 36 years

ago and is dedicated to supporting the men’s soccer

program. The FOS consists of UConn alumni, former players

and many local soccer fans. Membership entitles one to

receive priority seating at the home of the Huskies in Joseph J. Morrone

Stadium, a subscription to the organization’s newsletter and admittance to the

Club’s Hospitality Tent at home games. The Hospitality Tent is where FOS

members gather before and during the halftime break to socialize, discuss the

team’s progress and partake in light snacks and refreshments. Other benefits

are provided based on the level of financial contribution a member makes to

the program and university. The Club often works with the Athletic Department

in organizing activities and transportation for those interested in traveling

to away games and tournaments.

For the past 35 years the Friends of Soccer has sponsored the annual team

awards banquet at which time those players who have distinguished them-

Mr. & Mrs. George E. Allis

Joe & Sally Alubicki, Jr.

Thomas A. & Arlyne B. Ansaldi

Francis R. & Catherine E. Ashline

ATH/ENS Management Services, Inc.

Leon & Malta Bailey

Mr. Myron L. Baldwin, Jr.

Merritt N. & Beverly F. Baldwin

TD Banknorth Connecticut

Richard L. & Zenta O. Barger

Drs. Allen M. & Julia M.U. Barstow

Peter S. & Nancy J. Barth

Mr. Glen R. Bascetta

Lester J. & Devra Baum

The Beckius Family

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Belzer

Paul A. & Joyce S. Benoit

Martin H. & Randee E. Berliner

Dr. & Mrs. Michael P. Bernstein

Evarists & Marina M. Berzins

John M. & Shelley A.

Biancamano, Jr.

James E. & Rosemary C. Blozie

Arthur F. & May D. Blum

Dr. James L. & Donna M. Boccuzzi

Robert & Crystal Bogosian

Ms. Nancy Bormet

Tim & Doreen Bottone

William J. & Priscilla Bowman

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Boyer

Roger A. & Elizabeth A. Bradlau

Neil C. Brickley

Warren E. Bristol, Jr.

Mr. Preston A. Britner

George R. Brown

Lynn R. & Marjorie S. Brown

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Brown

North Central Inc.

John & Harriet Brubacher

Peter S. & Elizabeth B. Brzezicki

Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Buckman

Culver M. Budlong

C. Michael Budlong

Walter E. & Jean E. Burr

Joseph R. & Elaine N. Camposeo

Steven A. & Evelyn S. Caranchini

Robert J. & Mary Beth Cardin

Mr. & Mrs. Kirk Carnahan

Anthony J. & Jacqueline B. Carrier

Dr. & Mrs. Richard W. Cartun

Karen L. Chilone

Chromium Process Co., Inc.

Sally Ann Ciarlo

Walter R. & Shayne M. Cichon, Jr.

Herb & Sherry Clark, III

Mrs. Ruth W. Clark

William K. & Jean R. Clark

George Cleveland

Roland L. & Lori G. Cloutier

Howard H. Coe

FRIENDS OF SOCCER

Patrick J. & Elena S. Coffey

Ms. LeeAnn M. Coleman

Steven M. Coleman

Henry H. & Judith E. Conland

Mr. & Mrs. David W. Cooney

Prof. Ronald E. Coons

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Cordeiro

Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Correa

Mr. Steve J. Costas

Paul T. Costello

Dennis & Bernadette Coyle

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Crockett

David A. & Victoria C.

Crompton

Dr. & Mrs. Robert T. Crovo

Robert A. Cushman

Mr. James M. Czapiga

Marlene L. D’Addario

Edward D’Agata

Harold & Leah Darak

James J. & Nancy M. Davis, Jr.

William A. & Mary Anne DeGrazia

Andrew Graham-Collier

Donald A. & Jayne R. Grant

Ron Gronback

David Grunberg

Edward J. & Miriam H. Gryga, Jr.

Richard J. & Madeline O. Guandalini

Dr. Kim Guishard

Gregory G. & Nancy A. Guisti

Gustine RV Sales

Laurel & Theresa Haas

Richard W. & Amy J. Hadden

Mike Haggerty

Howard J. & Natasha G. Haims

Mr. David A. Halligan

Frederick P. Hansen

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel I. Harris

Richard E. & Maria Harrison

Mr. Paul S. Hartan

Gary W. & Denise L. Hatch

George E. & Theresa M. Hatzikostas

Girard & Grace Hayes

Healey Ford

Ms. Linda G. Heatherly

Tracy W. & Diane Heavens

Harry B. & Linda P. Heller

Mr. Richard R. Hermanson

Isabel B. Higgins

Mrs. John P. Higgins

William H. & Candace E. Holmes

G. Michael & Jane D. Howard

Walter E. Hrynchuk

James R. & Vicky D. Huebner

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Hughes

Hunter Industries

Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Hutchinson

Robert H. & Nancy E. Hyde

I. David Marder & Associates LLC

International Specialty

Chemicals, Inc.

J. Baylis & Carole A. Earle

Richard E. & Judy S. Jackson

Donald A. & Joan E. Jacobs

Mr. & Mrs. Stefan Jedrziewski

Mr. Bruce Johnson

David E. & Jane W. Johnson

Harry M. & Lynn A. Johnson

Mr. Roy T. Johnson

Stuart W. & Beatrice E. Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Baxter Jones

Mrs. Mary Mattke Jones

Donald F. & Nancy Jones

Solomon & Nancy Kerensky

Quentin & Margaret M. Kessel

John A. & Meghan M. Khairallah

Walter W. & Claire L. Kilday

Marv & Lyn Kirschman

Allan & Elizabeth Koiva

Robert W. & Mary Kortmann

Mr. Myron Krasij

Richard L. & Gail E. Krause

Dr. Bob & Jesse Kravecs

Edward R. Kuehn

Mr. Burris D. La Mar

Mr. Dan Lacy

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lage

Kenneth Lamberti

Frederick A. & Claudia A. Landwehr

Mark T. & Roberta L. Basile

Mario S. & Maria G. Latina

Richard S. & Elin S. Lawrence

John T. Lazur

William F. & Carol M. Legault

Paul C. & Susan A. Lemke

Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Lesinski

Richard T. Lesinski &

Deborah A. Watkins

Paul E. & Rochelle E. Levine

Mr. & Mrs. Coleman B. Levy

Madis Linask

Adam M. Linker

Bill & Jean Lonergan

R.J. & M.A. Lopez

Michael & Sylvia Lottman

Joseph E. & Mary C. Lynch

Jeffrey G. & Heather A. Maguire

Mr. & Mrs. Brian E. Maher

Ronald C. Mairano