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This is Philadelphia University/Quick Facts ............................................................... 2 Head Coach Greg Wilson ............................................................................................ 3 Assistant Coaches ........................................................................................................ 4 Season Outlook/Team Roster .................................................................................. 5-6 2002 ASC Results ........................................................................................................ 7 2002 Final Stats/Results .............................................................................................. 8 Player Profiles ....................................................................................................... 9-16 All-Time Individual Records ..................................................................................... 17 All-Time Against Opponents/Ram's All-Americans ................................................. 18 All-Time Letterwinners ............................................................................................. 19 All-Time NCAA Results............................................................................................ 20

The 2003 Philadelphia University Men's Soccer Guide is published by the Philadelphia University Sports Information Department. EDITOR: Tony Berich. EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Jim McDevitt, Jill Carney, Tom Shirley, Brad Koch and Winnie Giles. PHOTOGRAPHY: (front cover/action): Jason Minick. INSIDE ACTION AND STILL PHOTOS: Jason Minick. PRINTING: Prima Graphics, Inc., North Wales, Pa., with very special thanks to Dianne Manzi. On the Cover: Senior co-captains John Havrilla (l) and Steven Dougan return to lead the Philadelphia University Men's Soccer Team in 2003. As three-year starters on defense, the duo will be vital to the success of first-year Head Coach Greg Wilson's team. In addition to Havrilla and Dougan, Wilson also returns 13 letterwinners from last year's squad.

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This is Philadelphia University

Philadelphia U n i v e r s i t y, founded in 1884, is a private university with 3,500 part- and full-time students from 38 states and 42 countries. The University offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading to the bachelor of science, bachelor of architecture, master's degrees and a doctoral degree in Textile Engineering and Science. Academic programs encompass architecture, design, business, textiles, fashion, science and health. Through a unique blend of liberal and specialized education, the University prepares students to become competent professionals in today's complex, interdependent global society. Recognized as a premier professional university, Philadelphia University has established a phenomenal record of career success for its graduates. The University maintains that success through extensive networking with prospective employers, innovative programs that meet emerging needs in the marketplace and extensive career planning support for students. It all adds up to a placement rate consistently over 90 percent. Primarily a teaching institution, the University encourages close connections between faculty and students. Classes are intentionally kept small and faculty make a practice of being available to students outside the classroom. Often, students can partner with faculty members to pursue joint research interests and gain career experience. Our faculty is a diverse group of professionals who hold not only strong academic credentials but frequently possess impressive work experience. The University holds accreditation from: National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB); Foundation for Interior Design Education and Research (FIDER); American Chemical Society (ACS); Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP); Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Men's Soccer Quick Facts

Location: School House Lane and Henry Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 19144-5497 Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 2,200 Nickname: Rams Colors: Maroon and Grey Home Field (Capacity): Ravenhill Field (2,000) President: Dr. James P. Gallagher Dean of Student Life: Dr. Raymond Becker NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative: Prof. Steven Frumkin Director of Athletics: Tom Shirley (Allentown `76) Assistant Director of Athletics/ Head Athletic Trainer: Bob O'Malley (AIC `79) Asst. Athletic Trainer: Christine Mishalko (East Stroudsburg `00) Assistant Director of Athletics/Director of Intramurals and Facilities: Brad Koch (Allentown `97) Administrative Assistant: Winnie Giles Assistant Director of Athletics/Sports Information Director: Tony Berich (Pittsburgh `93) Office Phone: 215-951-2852 Home Phone: 215-957-9243 Fax Number: 215-951-2859 Email Address: [email protected] 2 Head Coach: Greg Wilson `94 Record at Philadelphia University: First Year Career Collegiate Record: First Year Assistant Coaches: Mick Statham, Peter Pappas `95 Coach's Phone: 215-951-2725 2002 Overall Record: 5-10-1 2002 Conference Record: 0-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 National Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference Affiliation: Atlantic Soccer Conference Other Institutions in Conference: Adelphi University, Florida International University, Hartwick College, Howard University, New Jersey Inst. of Technology, Oneonta State College

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Head Coach Greg Wilson

Head Coach Greg Wilson enters his first year as the Philadelphia University men's soccer coach this fall. A former standout as a player with the Rams in the early 1990's, Wilson becomes the tenth coach in the program's storied history and succeeds former head coach John Dunlop, who resigned following the 2002 campaign. "We are very excited to have Greg joining our staff," said Philadelphia University Director of Athletics Tom Shirley. "As an alumnus, Greg is someone that many of our fans will recognize from his playing days and they will be very pleased to see the coach that he has become." Wilson, a native of Downingtown, Pa., joins the program after serving on staff at the University of PennsylSoccer Association (EPYSA) Olympic Development Program and Regional player as well. In 1989, Greg was named NSCAA High School All-American as a member of the state champion Downingtown High team. At then-Philadelphia Textile, Wilson was a four-year starter for the Rams, earning Philadelphia Soccer Seven All-Star honors as a senior and he remains tied for ninth all-time in school history with 20 career assists. After graduating with a degree in marketing in 1994, Wilson played three years for the Philadelphia Freedom in the USISL before embarking on his coaching career. Wilson is the former Director of EPYSA and is a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program coaching staff. He serves as a coaching instructor for United States Soccer Federation State "D" & National "C' License Courses. Wilson's professional experience also includes the selection of an U-23 amateur team to participate in the Region I Festival. At the club level, Wilson led FC DELCO to a 1998 USYSA Regional I Championship, as well as earning Greg Wilson USYSA State Cup Championships in 1996, Career Statistics at Philadelphia Textile 1998 and 2000. Wilson holds a United States GP-GS Goals Assists Points PPG Soccer Federation (USSF) "A" license and a 1990 20-18 3 2 8 0.40 1991 19-19 2 4 8 0.42 NSCAA "Advanced National Diploma." 1992 19-18 4 4 12 0.63 Wilson currently serves on the 1993 18-17 5 10 20 1.10 Totals 76-72 14 20 48 0.63 Middle Atlantic Regional Advisory Committee for the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer. He is vania in 2002 where he helped the Quakers to the NCAA the former President of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Division I Tournament. Prior to his stint at Penn, Wilson Coaches Association and is a member of the PSCA, NSCAA and compiled an impressive 100-15-6 record in five years at USSF while also serving on the NSCAA High School All-America Downingtown High School, including winning the PIAA Selection Committee. State Championship in 1998 and 1999 while his teams "Greg has had tremendous success at nearly every level, as finished in the Top 20 in the final NSCAA National Soc- both a coach and player, and we feel that will continue at Philacer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) High delphia University," said Shirley. "He has shown that he is preSchool rankings. For his efforts, he was named the South- pared to lead our program, both on and off the field. We are lookeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association and ing to continue the tradition that he was once a part of as a player Daily Local News Coach of the Year in 1998 and 2001, and we are very excited about the prospects." as well as being named the 1998 Philadelphia Inquirer Wilson and wife, Andra, were married in August and reside in Coach of the Year. Philadelphia, Pa. As a player, Wilson played for a USYSA (Pa.) team that won numerous state championships as well as a Region I title. He was also an Eastern Pennsylvania Youth

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Assistant Coaches

Mick Statham

Mick Statham enters his first year as assistant coach at Philadelphia University, joining firstyear head coach Greg Wilson's staff. Statham brings a plethora of both playing and coaching experience to the sideline for the Rams. In addition to the University, Statham serves as team administrator and assistant coach for the Philadelphia Charge of the WUSA as well as the former Director of Coaching and Player Development for the FC Delco Soccer Club in Downingtown, Pa. He also serves as the Head Girls Varsity Coach at Radnor High School in Radnor, Pa., where he guided the team to it's only PIAA state title. Prior to coaching, Statham was a standout player for the Blackburn Rovers FC in his native England from 1983 through 1987. Statham then lettered four years at Franklin Pierce (N.H.) College, helping the Ravens to the NCAA Division II Tournament in three of four seasons. This included a trip to the Final Four in 1991, where Statham served as team captain. An All-New England selection in 1990 for Franklin Pierce, Statham earned a degree in communications in 1992. Mick and his wife, Kelly, have three children and reside in West Chester, Pa. A native of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Pappas will bring to the program his professional playing experience and goalkeeping knowledge to help the Philadelphia University soccer program in their quest to gain the Atlantic Soccer Conference title. The current goalkeeper for the Philadelphia Kixx of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL), Pappas is in his seventh season, appearing in an unprecedented six straight all-star games. He was voted the 2000-01 MILS Co-Goalkeeper of the Year and received the First Union Most Valuable Player Award on two occasions. In 20012002 Pappas led the Kixx to their first MISL Championship. Pappas' professional playing career has also included one A League season with the Hershey Wildcats and two with the Staten Island Vipers where he led the league in GAA. Pappas and his wife, Kristina and son Luka reside in Drexel Park, Pa.

Peter Pappas

Peter Pappas, a former Regional AllAmerican goalkeeper for the Rams, returns to his alma mater for his first season as a volunteer assistant coach. During his standout collegiate career, Pappas was a three-time Philadelphia Soccer Seven All-Star and the 1994 Soccer Seven Player of the Year.

2003 Hall of Fame Inductee

Adrian Brooks

Midfielder/Forward 1976-1978 Derby, England Germantown Stevens Academy

Career Highlights · Three-time All-America selection from 1976 to 1978 · Hermann Trophy Runner-Up in 1978 · 2nd overall pick of 1978 North American Soccer League (NASL) Draft (Atlanta Chiefs) · First overall selection of 1978 MISL Draft (Philadelphia Fever) · MVP of 1981 MISL All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden 4

A 2003 Philadelphia University Hall of Fame inductee, Adrian Brooks (backgroundß¡), captained the 1978 Rams' squad that finished third nationally while being tabbed as an All-America selection for the third straight season.

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Season Outlook

It's the beginning of a new era for the Philadelphia University men's soccer program, as former Ram standout Greg Wilson begins his first year as the team's mentor. Wilson, who was a member of the University of Pennsylvania coaching staff last season, takes over for John Dunlop, who resigned following the 2002 campaign. "First of all, I am very excited for the opportunity to lead my alma mater," said Wilson, who compiled a stellar 100-15-6 mark as the head coach of Downingtown (Pa.) High School including a pair of PIAA state championships. "This is a tremendous opportunity to continue the rich tradition that has been forged here at the University through the years." Two players that will have key roles in helping continue the tradition are senior co-captains Steven Dougan and John Havrilla. Dougan, a native of Scotland, has been a three-year starter as a center back for the Rams, while Havrilla, one of the team's top two-way players, is also a three-year starter. "Our back four will likely be the strength of our team this year and Steven and John will be our two biggest keys," said Wilson, who will be assisted this season by Mick Statham and former Rams' standout Peter Pappas. "Steven is a steady, disciplined defensive-minded player with a strong personality that will serve as a leader in the back. John, meanwhile, is one of our top man-markers and also possesses the ability to come forward into the attack, as exhibited by the four goals he scored as a sophomore." Joining Dougan and Havrilla in the Rams' backfield will be fellow senior Lou Sigmund and sophomore Chris Williams, along with the freshman duo of Franco Ruscetta and Luca Zucal. Sigmund, who has started each of the last two years for the Rams after transferring from the U.S. Naval Academy, provides the team with a solid physical presence. Williams, meanwhile, started ten of 12 contests last season before suffering a season-ending leg injury. "Lou is strong in possession with excellent one-on-one ability as a defender. He also is one of the team leaders on and off the field as well," said Wilson. "We are also looking for big things from Chris this season. He is a physically-gifted player that will serve as a cornerstone for our defense for the next two years and playing alongside players like Steven, John and Lou will prepare him for the eventual leadership role we hope he assumes." The benefactors of the team's strong defensive corps will be goalkeepers Scott Nixon and Justin Hewins. Nixon, a senior, started 11 contests a year ago, finishing with a 2-8-1 record with a 1.73 goals-against-average. Hewins, meanwhile, showed excellent potential as a redshirt freshman in 2002, compiling a 3-2-0 record with a 1.33 goals-against-average. "We have no clear-cut leader for the starting job heading into camp," said Wilson of his two netminders. "They each have their strong points. Scott is solid technically and sound fundamentally and has experience on his side. Justin, meanwhile, is very athletic and has an excellent work ethic. Both players have the ability to serve as the starting keeper, but the one that comes into camp prepared and focused will see Sophomore Frank White time between the posts." In the midfield, Wilson returns seniors Josip Babic and Andy Wallover along with junior Paul Ordway and sophomores Christian Chavez, Rick Meyers and Frank White. Also joining the mix will be newcomers Jason Miller, Steve Noriega and Wilson Quintero "Josip looks to be 100% healthy entering camp and is entrenched in one starting spot, most likely on the outside," said Wilson. "He is an excellent two-way player and we are looking for him to return to the form he showed his freshman year." Wallover and Ordway will also look to make their respective marks in 2003 as well. "Andy is a hard-working player that can help us in a number of ways, but he is somewhat inexperienced in game situations," said Wilson. "Paul is a talented player that has scored some big goals in his first two years, but he needs to find a level of consistency. Among the sophomores, Frank had the biggest impact last season, but all three have shown an ability to contribute at this level." Up front, Wilson has a young, but talented trio of players in junior Nolan Dzielak and sophomores Frederick Douglas and Sherwin Forde. Dzielak earned Atlantic Soccer Conference second-team All-Conference accolades last season after posting two goals and one assist in 13 games for the Rams. "Nolan is a potentially explosive scorer that managed to produce last season despite

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Season Outlook (cont.)

battling various injuries," said Wilson of the third-year player. "He is very good with his back to the goal and his natural instincts around the net make him very dangerous." "Frederick and Sherwin also fought through some injuries last year, but look to be healthy this season. Frederick has tremendous speed and plays with a good pace with or without the ball. His creativity and athleticism make him an impact player and with a good year, he has the ability to significantly upgrade our offensive production," Wilson said. "Sherwin, meanwhile, is somewhat of an unknown as he was limited much more by injuries during last season and during the spring as well, but from what I see, he will be a significant contributor up front, where he can create additional scoring opportunities for us." As Wilson and his team prepare for the upcoming 2003 season, he knows well the challenge that lies ahead. "The Atlantic Soccer Conference is one of the toughest leagues, top to bottom, in NCAA Division I," said Wilson. "Not many teams across the country would welcome the opportunity to play at Florida International or at Hartwick College. You know that your team has to prepare to play 90 minutes of soccer each and every game and over the long haul of the season, that's tough to do. That being said, we have some very talented players on this team and with their character and hard work, we will be prepared to take on the challenge that lies ahead of us." "This year's team is a great group of young men and should provide the correct leadership for what we hope will be an exciting year and the foundation for our future."

2003 Men's Soccer Roster

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name Justin Hewins Scott Nixon John Havrilla* Lou Sigmund Nolan Dzielak Rick Meyers Frank White Andy Wallover Josip Babic Paul Ordway Steven Dougan* Franco Ruscetta Frederick Douglas Christian Chavez Steve Noriega Sherwin Forde Jason Miller Christopher Williams Wilson Quintero Luca Zucal * 2003 Co-Captains Pos GK GK D D M/F M M M M M/F D D F M D/M M/F M/F D M D Yr So Sr Sr Sr Jr Fr So Sr Sr Jr Sr Fr So So Fr So Fr So Jr Fr Ht 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-1 5-5 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-2 Wt 180 175 175 180 170 175 165 150 150 155 160 205 170 145 160 167 185 189 165 180 Hometown Mount Laurel, N.J. Lyndhurst, Ohio Langhorne, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Newark, Del. Cheltenham, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. Imotski, Croatia Newburgh, N.Y. East Kilbride, Scotland Woodbridge, Ontario Trincity, Trinidad Stewartsville, N.J. Hummelstown, Pa. Pickering, Ontario Middletown, Pa. Elkins Park, Pa. Miami, Fla. Woodbridge, Ontario High School Lenape Charles F. Brush Neshaminy Chestnut Hill Academy St. Mark's Cheltenham Archbishop Ryan Lancaster Catholic Marko Marulic Split Valley Central St. Brides Holy Cross Academy Queen's Royal College Warren Hills Regional Hershey Archbishop O'Conner Middletown Area Cheltenham Miami-Dade CC Holy Cross Academy

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2002 Atlantic Soccer Conference Results and Leaders

2002 Statistical Leaders

Scoring

Player, School GP Matias Asorey, Florida Intl. 20 Rob Catana, Hartwick College 18 Oscar Gil, Florida Intl. 20 John Pulido, Florida Intl. 20 Neil McLean, Hartwick College 14 Jorrell Best, Adelphi University 16 Billy Boswell, Florida Intl. 19 Ronald Goodlett, Howard University 11 G 13 7 6 5 5 5 5 3 A 3 5 8 9 1 2 4 2 TP 29 19 20 19 11 12 14 8 PPG 1.45 1.06 1.00 0.95 0.79 0.75 0.74 0.73 Team Florida Intl. Hartwick College Adelphi University Oneonta State Howard University Philadelphia Univ. W 4 4 3 2 1 0 ASC L T 0 1 1 0 2 0 3 0 3 1 5 0 Overall W L T 13 6 1 9 7 3 5 12 1 5 9 4 4 9 1 5 10 1

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Player, School Roy Rosenberg, Florida Intl. Jack Potter, Oneonta State Randall Moate, Hartwick College Scott Nixon, Philadelphia University Igor Yatsenko, Adelphi University Jason Williams, Howard University Min 1473:21 1724:00 1683:04 990:06 1592:23 714:08 GA 19 25 25 19 31 16 GAA 1.16 1.31 1.34 1.73 1.75 2.02 Saves 72 70 72 58 104 49 SV% .791 .734 .742 .753 .770 .754 W-L-T 9-4-1 5-9-4 9-6-3 2-8-1 3-12-1 3-6-1

2002 ASC All-Conference Teams

First Team Matias Asorey Oscar Gil John Pulido Rob Catana Neil McLean Dave Mitchell Ryan Rummery Colin Burns Zachary Peoples Gary Sullivan Randall Moate Florida Intl. Florida Intl. Florida Intl. Hartwick Hartwick Howard Oneonta State Hartwick Florida Intl. Adelphi Hartwick Sr So Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Forward Forward Forward Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Defender Defender Defender Goalkeeper Second Team Padraig Drew Nolan Dzielak Ronald Goodlett Billy Boswell And. Salomonsson Lucas Scudeler Jonathan Westmaas James Crofts Kevin Saunders Mark Stephenson Roy Rosenberg Adelphi Phila. Univ. Howard Florida Intl. Adelphi Florida Intl. Hartwick Oneonta State Hartwick Florida Intl. Florida Intl. Fr So Jr Jr Sr Fr Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr Forward Forward Forward Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Defender Defender Defender Goalkeeper

Player of the Year: Rookie of the Year: Coach of the Year:

Matias Asorey, Florida International Lucas Scudeler, Florida International Karl Kremser, Florida International

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19 9 18 4 8 6 20 3 11 24 10 22 2 21 7 5 14 12 26 29 15 13 1 23 PLAYER David Ortega Paul Ordway Brendan Miller Nolan Dzielak Josip Babic Frederick Douglas Jason Dzielak Lou Sigmund Steven Dougan Frank White Derek Stephenson Adam Pollack John Havrilla Chris Williams Andy Wallover Brian Orme Wayne Iverson Mark Prata Sherwin Forde Ryan Meyer Christian Chavez Kevin Brady Scott Nixon Justin Hewins TEAM Philadelphia Univ. Opponents Name Scott Nixon Justin Hewins Phila. Univ. Opponents GP 15 9 16 13 16 10 16 15 13 11 15 16 15 12 7 11 1 8 6 2 2 2 11 6 16 16 GP 11 6 16 16 GS 11 5 GS 15 3 10 12 16 2 14 15 13 0 14 16 15 10 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 5 Shots 34 12 15 17 18 15 19 7 4 1 5 3 15 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 167 215 Minutes 990:06 473:12 1463:18 1463:18 G 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 26 A 2 0 1 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 18 GAA 1.73 1.33 1.60 0.98 Pts 8 6 5 5 4 4 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 70 Saves 58 23 81 75 GWG 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 PCT .753 .767 .757 .824 YC/RC 1/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 2/0 4/0 5/1 1/0 1/0 1/0 2/0 4/0 1/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 3/0 29/0 16/2 W-L-T 2-8-1 3-2-0 5-10-1 10-5-1

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Opponent Score Drexel University ^ 0-4 Wofford College % 1-3 Virginia Military Institute % 2-0 Binghamton University 2-0 at Temple University ^ 1-4 at Stony Brook 3-1 at St. Joseph's University ^ 0-1 (OT) at Oneonta State* 0-1 at Bucknell University 0-0 (2OT) Adelphi University 0-1 Univ. of Pennsylvania ^ Cancelled (Rain) Rider University 2-1 Florida Intl. University* 0-1 at Colgate University 3-2 at Hartwick College* 1-3 St. Peter's College Cancelled (Rain) at Howard University* 0-2 at Villanova University ^ 1-2

Goal Scorers None Ortega BABIC, Ortega N. DZIELAK, Miller Miller Sigmund, Ortega, J. DZIELAK None None None None Dougan, WHITE None ORDWAY (2), Douglas Ordway None N. Dzielak

Goalie, Saves Nixon, 8 Nixon, 6 Nixon, 5 Nixon, 3 Nixon, 4 Hewins, 7 Hewins, 4 Nixon, 5 Nixon, 4 Nixon, 6 Hewins, 2 Nixon, 7 Hewins, 5 Nixon, 6 Nixon, 6 Hewins, 5

* Atlantic Soccer Conference match ^ Philadelphia Soccer Seven match

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#11 Co-Captain

Senior · 5-10 · 160 Defender East Kilbride, Scotland/St. Brides

John Havrilla

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Senior · 6-0 · 175 Midfielder Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy

LAST SEASON (2002): Netted first career goal for Head Coach John Dunlop while starting and appearing in 13 contests · Tallied the team's first goal in a 2-1 win against Rider University on October 15th · Served as team tri-captain. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Started 15 games while making 17 appearances for the Rams at defender · Missed three games with a knee injury, suffered in preseason. AS A FRESHMAN (2000): Appeared in and started 19 games as a defender for the Rams as a true freshman. AT ST. BRIDES: Served as team captain · Also played for Lanarkshire Select Under-18's in 1997. PERSONAL: Born July 1, 1980, in Bellshill, Scotland · Small business major · Son of James and Martha Dougan · Is the youngest of three children.

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LAST SEASON (2002): One of the top defenders in the Northeast Region started 15 games for Head Coach John Dunlop, registering one assist · Team tri-captain had an assist on the team's lone goal in a loss to Hartwick College on October 26th. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Was an ASC second-team All-Conference selection at defender · Posted a career-high ten points, scoring four goals and registering two assists for the Rams · Had two goals in a hard-fought, 4-3 loss at St. Peter's College on October 28th · Also picked up a goal in a 2-1 victory over nationally-ranked Hartwick College on September 16th. AS A FRESHMAN (2000): Started all 20 games as a true freshman · Scored one goal, the team's lone tally in a hard-fought, 2-1 loss at Bucknell University on October 3rd. AT NESHAMINY: Twoyear varsity soccer letterwinner · Secondteam All-Conference on District I Championship team · Played three years on the ODP Team · Played five years for the FC Delco Black team which won the 2001 national championship. PERSONAL: Born October 22, 1981, in Bristol, Pa. · Marketing major · Is president of Philadelphia University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) · Son of John and Barbara Havrilla · Is the youngest of two children.

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Senior · 5-7 · 150 Midfielder Imotski, Croatia/Marko Marulic Split

Scott Nixon

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Senior · 6-1 · 175 Goalkeeper Lyndhurst, Ohio/Charles F. Brush

LAST SEASON (2002): Finished tied for fifth on the team in scoring with four points, collecting a goal and two assists · Third-year player started all 16 games for the Rams · Tallied the game-winning goal in a win against Virginia Military Institute on September 8th in the Philadelphia University/ Hilton Hotels Fall Classic · Earned AllTournament honors at the Fall Classic after scoring a goal and registering an assist in two games. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Limited to 12 games because of injury · Made eight starts in midfield for the Rams before injuries took toll. AS A FRESHMAN (2000): Made an immediate impact as a freshman, finishing third on the team in scoring with 12 points · Had a goal in each of first two games and three of first four contests · Missed four games with an injury. WITH HAJDUK SPLIT (CLUB TEAM): Played on three championship teams for Hajduk Split · Participated in several international tournaments throughout Europe. PERSONAL: Born December 23, 1978, in Imotski, Croatia · International business and finance major · Son of Vedran and Javorka Babic · Has two brothers.

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LAST SEASON (2002): Made 11 starts for the Rams, finishing with a 1.73 goals against average · Made 58 saves while posting three shutouts, giving him nine for his career · Had a save percentage of .753, which ranked fourth in the Atlantic Soccer Conference. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Earned Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) second-team All-Conference accolades in helping the Rams to the 2001 ASC title · Started 15 of 20 games, posting a 9-7-0 mark with a 1.39 goals-against-average · Made 89 saves while also collecting three shutouts · Was a twotime ASC Goalie of the Week winner (September 17th and November 5th) and also earned Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week on September 17th. AS A FRESHMAN (2000): Made an immediate impact, earning starting spot in third game of the season · Got off to a tremendous start, posting three straight shutouts in first three career starts · Finished the season with a 4-9-0 record and a 1.51 GAA · Also posted 67 saves in 13 contests · Earned Philadelphia Soccer Seven Co-Player of the Week honors on September 17th, while also being named ASC Rookie of the Week. AT CHARLES F. BRUSH: A four-year letterwinner started every varsity game in career · Three-time first-team Greater Cleveland Conference selection · Three-time first-team News Herald All-Star · Earned first-team All-Cleveland honors as a junior and senior · Named second-team All-Ohio as a senior · Also played tennis. PERSONAL: Born April 6, 1981, in Oregon, Ohio · Architecture major · Son of Mark and Linda Nixon · Is the oldest of three children.

Career Statistics Year 2000 2001 2002 Totals: GP 13-13 16-15 11-11 40-39 Min 1129:01 1484:45 990:06 3603:52 GA 19 23 19 61 GAA 1.51 1.39 1.73 1.52 Saves 67 89 58 214 PCT .779 .795 .753 .778 W-L-T 4-9-0 9-7-0 2-8-1 15-24-1

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#3

Senior · 6-1 · 180 Defender Philadelphia, Pa./Chestnut Hill Acad.

Andy Wallover

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Senior · 5-8 · 150 Midfielder Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic

LAST SEASON (2002): Two-year starter played and started 15 contests for the Rams, collecting one goal · First career collegiate goal came in a win at the University at Stony Brook on September 21st. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Started 18 of 20 contests in first year with the program after transferring from the U.S. Naval Academy · Registered one assist, in a 3-2 loss against Manhattan College on September 8th, in the St. Joseph's University Soccer Classic. AT CHESTNUT HILL ACADEMY: Four-year varsity letterwinner in soccer and track · Earned AllLeague and AllCity honors as a junior and senior · Served as team captain of the soccer and track teams as a senior. PERSONAL: Born June 4, 1982, in Wichita, Kansas · Business/science major · Son of Lou and Margie Sigmund · Has two younger sisters, Kara and Jesse.

LAST SEASON (2002): Played in seven contests as midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE (2001): Appeared in one contest for the Rams after transferring from St. Francis (Pa.) College. AT LANCASTER CATHOLIC: Four-year varsity soccer letterwinner · Named Lancaster/ Lebanon All-Star as a junior and senior · Served as team captain as a junior and senior · Also served as team captain of club team, Coventry FC. PERSONAL: Born September 16, 1982, in Canton, Ohio · Finance major · Son of Ted and Susan Wallover · Has an older sister, Allyson, and a younger brother, Michael.

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Year GP-GS G A Pts PPG

2001 2002 Totals:

1-0 7-0 8-0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC SOCCER CONFERENCE AWARDS 2001 Jason Dzielak (First Team) Forward John Westfield (First Team) Defender Rob Miller (Second Team) Forward Everett Palache (Second Team) Midfielder Andy Zayas (Second Team) Midfielder John Havrilla (Second Team) Defender Scott Nixon (Second Team) Goalkeeper John Dunlop Coach of the Year 2002 Nolan Dzielak (Second Team)

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20-18 15-15 35-33

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Junior · 5-9 · 170 Midfielder/Forward Newark, Del./St. Mark's

LAST SEASON (2002): Was a secondteam Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) All-Conference selection at forward · Finished tied for third on the team in scoring with five points, collecting two goals and an assist · Had the game-winning goal at home against Binghamton University on September 14th · Registered the team's lone goal in a season-ending loss at Villanova University on November 5th. AS A FRESHMAN (2001): Talented freshman registered two goals in 19 games for the Rams · Made seven starts, all at forward · Collected first career collegiate goal in a 3-2 loss at Drexel University. AT ST. MARK'S: Named first-team All-State as a senior · Was named National Youth Soccer Association Delaware High School Co-Player of the Year · First-team All-Conference selection as a senior after earning second-team honors as a junior · Scored the game-winning goal in overtime in the state championship game as a junior · Played on three state championship teams. PERSONAL: Born November 1, 1982, in Methuen, Mass. · Business management major · Son of Robert and Jean Dzielak · Has two brothers · Older brother, Jason, was also a member of the Philadelphia University Men's Soccer Team from 1999 through 2002.

netting three goals · Scored a pair of goals in a 3-2 win at Colgate University on October 23rd · Came back to score the team's lone goal in a 3-1 loss at Hartwick College that tied the game with just under ten minutes remaining. AS A FRESHMAN (2001): Made an immediate impact for the Rams in first year with the program, scoring two goals while also registering an assist in 17 games · Collected two goals in final three games of the season including the game-winner in overtime against Adelphi University on October 31st, that clinched the 2001 Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) title · Posted first career collegiate point in a loss to Drexel University on September 19th, picking up an assist on a goal by fellow freshman Nolan Dzielak. AT VALLEY CENTRAL: Fouryear varsity soccer letterwinner for Head Coach George St. Lawrence · Named Section 9 All-Star following senior season · Member of the 2000 New York State Olympic Development team, collecting 15 goals and 10 assists · Also lettered in golf and track. PERSONAL: Born July 30, 1983, in Arlington, Texas · Undeclared major · Son of Paul and Miriam Ordway · Has a younger brother, Ryan.

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Year GP-GS G A Pts PPG

2001 2002 Totals:

17-1 9-3 26-4

2 3 5

1 0 1

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0.29 0.67 0.42

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2001 2002 Totals:

19-7 13-12 32-19

2 2 4

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Justin Hewins

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Paul Ordway

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Junior · 5-9 · 155 Midfielder/Forward Newburgh, N.Y./Valley Central

LAST SEASON (2002): Battled through an injury-plagued sophomore campaign, but still finished second on the team in scoring with six points, 12

LAST SEASON (2002): Redshirt freshman made an immediate impact, posting a 3-2 record in goal to go along with a 1.33 goals-against-average · Appeared in six games with five starts, amassing 473:12 of playing time · Finished the year with 23 saves and a .767 save percentage · Earned Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) Rookie of the Week honors for the week of September 16th. AS A FRESHMAN (2001): Did not appear in a varsity contest, preserving a year of eligibility. AT LENAPE: Three-year varsity soccer letterwinner for Head Coach Nick Juengert · Named All-Conference, All-County and

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All-Group IV as a junior · Was also a third-team All-South Jersey pick as a junior. PERSONAL: Born June 17, 1983, in Willingboro, N.J. · Finance major · Son of Donald and Marya Hewins · Has a younger sister, Caitlin.

Frederick Douglas

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Sophomore · 6-1 · 170 Forward

Trincity, Trinidad/Queen's Royal College

Career Statistics Year 2002 Totals: GP 6-5 6-5 Min 473:12 473:12 GA 7 7 GAA 1.33 1.33 Saves 23 23 PCT .767 .767 W-L-T 3-2-0 3-2-0

Christian Chavez

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Sophomore · 5-5 · 145 Midfielder Stewartsville, N.J./Warren Hills Reg.

LAST SEASON (2002): Made an immediate impact despite battling various injuries · Finished the year with a goal and two assists despite missing six games · Scored first career collegiate point in a win against Rider University, assisting on the game-winning goal · Added a goal and an assist in a 3-2 victory at Colgate University on October 23rd. AT QUEEN'S ROYAL COLLEGE: Earned team MVP honors as well as the Golden Boot Award as both a junior and senior · Captained club team, Caledonia AIA Reserves, finishing with seven goals while helping the team to a fourth-place finish. PERSONAL: Born October 24, 1982, in Trinidad · Business management major · Son of John Douglas and Andrea Lyder-Baptiste.

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LAST SEASON (2002): Saw action in two games in first year with the program. AT WARREN HILLS REGIONAL: Three-year varsity soccer letterwinner for Head Coach David White · Was a first-team AllConference selection as a senior after earning second-team honors as a junior · Was an Express Times All-Area pick as a senior · Was also tabbed District 2 third-team as a senior. PERSONAL: Born September 3, 1982, in New Brunswick, N.J. · Graphic design major · Son of Ernie and RoseAnn Chavez · Has an older brother, Daniel, and a younger brother, Kenneth · Serves as a student-trainer for the Philadelphia University Athletic Training staff.

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10-2 10-2

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2 2

4 4

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2002 Totals:

2-0 2-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00

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Sherwin Forde

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Sophomore · 6-1 · 167 Midfielder/Forward Pickering, Ontario/Arch. O'Conner

Frank White

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Sophomore · 5-7 · 165 Midfielder Philadelphia, Pa./Archbishop Ryan

LAST SEASON (2002): Battled through an injury-plagued freshman campaign, appearing in six game for Head Coach John Dunlop. AT ARCHBISHOP DENNIS O'CONNER: Led the team in scoring · Was named Most Disciplined and Most Improved player as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Born November 25, 1983, in Trinidad, West Indies · Accounting major · Son of Malcolm and Barbara Forde · Is one of three children.

LAST SEASON (2002): Saw action in 11 contests as a true freshman for the Rams, posting one goal · His first career collegiate goal was the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Rider University on October 15th · For his efforts against the Broncos, was named Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) Rookie of the Week on October 21st. AT ARCHBISHOP RYAN: Three-year varsity starter under Head Coach Steve Smith · Was a two-time All-Catholic performer · Earned Leadership Award as a senior. PERSONAL: Born November 26, 1984 · Accounting major · Son of Raymond and Karen White · Has one brother, Joe, and one sister, Loretta.

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Year GP-GS G A Pts PPG

2002 Totals:

6-0 6-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00 Career Statistics

Year GP-GS G A Pts PPG

2002 Totals:

11-0 11-0

1 1

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2 2

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Rick Meyers

#5

Freshman (RS) · 5-11 · 175 Midfielder Cheltenham, Pa./Cheltenham

Chris Williams

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Sophomore · 6-3 · 189 Defender Elkins Park, Pa./Cheltenham

LAST SEASON (2002): Missed his freshman season after suffering a substantial ankle injury during the preseason · Will have four years of eligibility remaining. AT CHELTENHAM: Three-year varsity soccer letterwinner · Earned first-team All-League honors as a sophomore while being named to the second-team as a senior · Was also an All-Area selection as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Born November 5, 1984, in Elkins Park, Pa. · Business major · Son of Richard and Carolyn Meyers · Has two younger brothers, James and Matthew.

LAST SEASON (2002): Saw action in 12 games as a true freshman, making ten starts, before suffering a season-ending leg injury. AT CHELTENHAM: Four-year varsity soccer letterwinner for Head Coach Ron Burnett · Was a three-time All-Suburban One selection · Also plays club for F.C. Coppa, which is ranked eighth in the

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Wilson Quintero

#22

Junior · 5-9 · 175 Midfielder Miami, Fla./G. Holmes Braddock

Career Statistics

Year GP-GS G A Pts PPG

2002 Totals:

12-10 12-10

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00

Transfer from Miami-Dade Community College. PERSONAL: Born July 10, 1982, in Miami, Fla. · Marketing major · Son of Rosa Maria Quintero · Has an older brother, William.

Franco Ruscetta

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Jason Miller

#20

Freshman · 6-1 · 185 Midfielder/Forward Middletown, Pa./Middletown Area

Freshman · 6-3 · 205 Defender Woodbridge, Ontario/Holy Cross Acad.

AT MIDDLETOWN AREA: Four-year letterwinner for Head Coach Larry Hoover · Posted a team-high 18 assists to go along with eight goals as a junior for PIAA State Champions · Missed senior season after suffering a season-ending knee injury in the first game of the year. PERSONAL: Born October 8, 1984, in Harrisburg, Pa. · Business management major · Son of Jeffrey and Susan Miller · Has an older sister, Nicole.

AT HOLY CROSS ACADEMY: Was a four-time member of the team after playing on the junior team as a freshman and sophomore · Served as a captain all four years, helping the team to a Provincial Gold Medal as a junior and Provincial Bronze Medal as a senior · Also won the senior soccer MVP award as a senior · Also excelled at the club level, playing on the silver medal-winning team at the National Championship of Canada in 2001 while his team took the bronze medal in 2002 · Was also part of the Canadian National Team Player Pool. PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1984, in Toronto · International business major · Son of Antonio and Sue Ruscetta · Has a younger sister, Daniela.

Steve Noriega

#18

Freshman · 5-9 · 160 Defender/Midfielder Hummelstown, Pa./Hershey

Luca Zucal

#23

Freshman · 6-2 · 180 Defender Woodbridge, Ontario/Holy Cross Acad.

AT HERSHEY AREA: Four-year varsity letterwinner for Head Coach John Greg · Was a two-time Patriot News Big 11 selection · Also earned Mid Penn All-Star accolades as a junior and senior while also being selected for the Mid Penn All-Star game. PERSONAL: Born September 28, 1984, in Harrisburg, Pa. · Textile engineering major · Son of Steve and Susan Noriega · Has a younger brother, John

AT HOLY CROSS ACADEMY: Played on U18 Ontario Cup Champions and National Championship bronze medal-winning in 2002 while leading his team to the U17 Ontario Youth Soccer League Title in 2001 · Was named Holy Cross Catholic Academy Athlete of the Year for 2003 as well as team MVP. PERSONAL: Born January 1, 1985, in Etobicoke, Canada · International business major · Son of Ettore and Giselle Zucal · Is the youngest of two children.

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Pat Morris, Philadelphia Kixx

Peter Pappas, Philadelphia Kixx

Ravenhill Field

Ravenhill Field (Cap. 2,000) serves not only as the home of both the Philadelphia University men's and women's soccer teams, but also as the home of the University's nationally-prominent women's lacrosse team as well. Throughout the history of the program, the men's soccer team has had tremendous success at Ravenhill Field, as well as the team's previous home field, Alumni Field, compiling an amazing 249-72-37 record at home in the history of the program. This mark includes 16 NCAA Tournament appearances and two Final Fours. This season, first-year head coach Greg Wilson and his squad will play nine contests at Ravenhill Field beginning with city rival St. Joseph's University on September 20th.

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Career Points 1. Dale Russell 198 2. Tim Killeen 141 3. Dave MacWilliams 137 4. Pat Morris 120 5. Leon Creary 118 6. Elson Seale 111 7. Steve McLean 108 8. Bob Durham 105 9. Guy Furfaro 102 10. Adrian Brooks 101 1973-76 1979-82 1975-78 1995-98 1993-96 1973-76 1979-82 1969-72 1985-88 1976-78 Points in a Season 1. Dale Russell 62 2. Dave MacWilliams60 3. Adrian Brooks 56 4. Dale Russell 55 5. Steve McLean 50 6. Leon Creary 46 7. Bob Ludwig 45 8. Luis Mondino 44 Dale Russell 44 Brooks Cryder 44 1974 1978 1978 1975 1983 1996 1968 1969 1973 1975 Wins in a Career 1. Peter Pappas 2. Tony Faticoni 3. Bryan Sullivan 4. Will Davies Mike Hamilton Saves in a Career 1. Peter Pappas 2. Will Davies 3. Bryan Sullivan 4. Tony Faticoni 5. Mike Hamilton 33 32 30 19 19 1991-1994 1988-1990 1994-1998 1984-1987 1997-2000

522 436 379 356 251

1991-1994 1984-1987 1994-1998 1988-1990 1997-2000

GAA in a Career (Min. 1,000 minutes) 1. Mike Hughes 0.80 1979-1982 2. Tony Faticoni 1.11 1988-1990 3. Peter Pappas 1.14 1991-1994 4. Will Davies 5. Scott Nixon Wins in a Season 1. Will Davies 2. Tony Faticoni 3. Tony Faticoni 4. Peter Pappas Bryan Sullivan 1.16 1.52 1984-1987 2000-

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Career Goals 1. Dale Russell 81 2. Tim Killeen 58 3. Leon Creary 50 4. Pat Morris 49 5. Dave MacWilliams47 Bob Durham 47 7. Elson Seale 46 8. Guy Furfaro 44 9. Steve McLean 42 10. Sean Fryatt 38 Career Assists 1. Dave MacWilliams43 2. Dale Russell 36 3. Pete Alkins 30 4. Adrian Brooks 29 5. Tim Killeen 25 6. Steve McLean 24 7. Sean Fryatt 22 Pat Morris 22 9. David Banks 20 Greg Wilson 20

1973-76 1979-82 1993-96 1995-98 1975-78 1969-72 1973-76 1985-88 1979-82 1981-84

13 12 12 10 10

1987 1988 1989 1992 1996

Guy Furfaro Goals in a Season 1. Dale Russell 2. Luis Mondino Dale Russell Dave MacWilliams 5. Adrian Brooks Steve McLean Leon Creary 8. Dale Russell 9. Bob Ludwig Brooks Cryder Assists in a Season 1. Dave MacWilliams 2. Dale Russell 3. Adrian Brooks 4. Elson Seale Dave MacWilliams Glenn Daiutolo

1975-78 1973-76 1977-80 1976-78 1979-82 1979-82 1981-84 1995-99 1986-89 1990-93

26 22 22 22 21 21 21 19 18 18

1974 1969 1973 1978 1978 1983 1996 1975 1968 1975

Bryan Sullivan Saves in a Season 1. Peter Pappas 2. Bryan Sullivan 3. Will Davies 4. Tony Faticoni 5. Peter Pappas

188 167 163 124 120

1994 1996 1985 1988 1992

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GAA in a Season (Min. 500 minutes) 1. Tony Faticoni 0.66 1988 2. Mike Hughes 0.68 1982 3. Michael Schuck 0.71 1981 4. Peter Pappas 0.74 1992 5. Will Davies 0.90 1987 17

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Team Adelphi Alabama A&M Albany American Baltimore Bartram Binghamton Bloomsburg Bucknell UC-Berkeley Campbell C. Connecticut Central Florida Chestnut Hill Clemson Cleveland State Colgate Connecticut C.W. Post Davidson Davis & Elkins Dayton Delaware Drew Drexel East Stroudsburg Eastern Eastern Illinois Elizabethtown Fairl. Dickinson Florida Atlantic W L 7 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 4 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 8 3 6 0 15 10 3 1 11 0 0 1 14 4 8 2 0 1 T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 Team W L Florida Intl. 0 4 Fordham 3 0 Gannon 1 0 George Mason 1 0 Georgetown 1 1 Geo. Washington 1 2 Germantown 1 0 Gettysburg 1 0 Girard 1 2 Hartwick 8 15 Haverford 3 2 Howard 4 11 Illinois State 0 1 Indiana Univ. 1 2 Jacksonville 0 1 James Madison 1 3 Jersey City State 9 0 Kean University 1 0 Kings (Delaware) 0 1 Kutztown 2 0 LaSalle Univ. 22 11 Lafayette 5 5 Lehigh 1 0 Loyola (Md.) 6 5 Maine 1 0 Manhattan 1 3 Marist 0 2 Mercy 1 0 Millersville 1 0 Monmouth 14 3 Mount St. Mary's 0 2 T 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team Navy New Bedford New Hampshire New Haven NJ Inst. of Tech. Newark-Engin. Niagara North Carolina UNC-Charlotte North Carolina St. North Catholic Old Dominion Oneonta State Pace University Penn Charter Pennsylvania Penn State Phila. Bible Pratt Princeton Quincy Quinnipiac Richmond Rider Robert Morris Rowan Rutgers Rutgers-Camden St. Bonaventure St. Joseph's St. Louis W L 2 3 3 0 1 0 5 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 6 5 2 0 1 0 13 6 8 6 4 3 2 2 9 5 0 1 4 0 2 1 7 4 1 0 8 0 2 5 12 0 1 0 20 10 1 0 T 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 5 0 W L 1 1 1 0 12 0 2 2 14 0 0 1 0 1 7 0 2 0 2 2 5 0 17 18 5 3 4 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 22 7 0 1 Virginia Military 2 0 Virginia Tech 1 0 West Chester 0 1 Western Kentucky 1 0 Wofford 1 1 Xavier University 1 0 2003 Opponents in Bold Team St. Peter's San Francisco Scranton Seton Hall Shippensburg South Carolina South Florida So. Connecticut Southampton Stony Brook Susquehanna Temple Univ. Towson State Trenton State UMass UMBC Upsala Ursinus Vermont Villanova Virginia T 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Rams' History

Year(s) 1966 1967-68 1969-70 1969-71 1971-72 1973-76 1974-76 1974-77 1975 1976-78 1978 1979 1980-81 1981-82 1980-82, 83

Rams' All-Americans

Name Joe Memoli Bob Ludwig Bob Durham Gordon Cholmondley Barry Barto Dale Russell Elson Seale John Nusum Brooks Cryder Adrian Brooks Dave MacWilliams Pete Alkins Tom McDonald Tim Killeen Steve McLean Position Goalie Forward Forward Defender Midfielder Forward Forward Defender Forward Forward Forward Forward Midfielder Forward Midfielder Year(s) 1983 1984 1986 1988 1989 Name Steve Perillo Sean Fryatt Guy Furfaro Steve Starcevich David Banks Position Defender Defender Forward Defender Midfielder

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A Alix, Troy Alkins, Pete Amborn, Andy Anchislavsky, R. Andrews, Bobby B Babic, Josip Ballas, Bryan Banks, David Baringer, Kevin Bean, Dwayne Behrens, Aaron Berg, Robert Berlowitz, A.J. Berrini, Dominic Boyle, Sean Bradin, Paul Brady, Kevin Brien, Kevin Braune, Mark Brogan, Thomas Brooks, Adrian Bryan, Cheo Burke, Ryan

1987 1977-1980 1999 1992-1994 1998-1999 20001996 1986-1989 1995 1985 1988-1992 1985 1996-2000 1998 1984 1981 2002 1999-2000 1980-1983 1990-1993 1976-1978 1994-1995 1997-2000

Gunther, Billy H Hamilton, Mike Hardiman, Greg Havrilla, John Hendrie, Scott Hewins, Justin Holt, Colby Hughes, Michael I Iagovimo, Nick Iverson, Wayne J James, Franklin Jennings, Mark Joell, Eugene

1979-1982 1997-2000 1990-1993 20001995-1998 20021992-1994 1979-1982 1995-1997 2001-2002 1983-1986 1985 1984-1987

Phillips, Kerry Pittman, Sonny Pollack, Adam Pollock, Joe Prata, Mark Protzel, Werner Puma, Paul Purvis, Craig R Reilly, Jerry Rettenmier, Nick Roden, Michael Rodrigues, Jim Rootes, Johnny Russell, Dale

1996 1991-1993 1999-2002 1997-2001 2002 1986-1989 1997 1991 1995-1998 1992-1995 1998 1986-1989 1979-1981 1973-1976

C Caldwell, A.J. 1997, 1999 Carbone, Ray 1981 Cardenas, Louis 1995-1997 Carpenter, Gary 1993 Carroll, L. Dirksen 1988-1990 Cassell, Mark 1994 Celli, Louis 1994-1996 Chavez, Christian 2002Chinn, Howard 1979-1982 Christie, James 1989 Cliggett, Tim 1995-1997 Colussi, Robert 1985-1988 Copeland, Ed 1981 Costo, Geoff 2001 Creary, Leon 1993-1996 Cuthbert, Steve 1991-1994 D Daiutolo, Glenn 1982-1984 Daiutolo, Scott 1982-1984 Davies, Will 1984, 1988 Davis, Chris 1983-1984 Dean-Neil, Mark 1984-1987 DeDycker, Scott 1988 Delcamp, David 1996 DeLeone, Angelo 1990-1993 Dellavecchia, Alfio 1996 Dizes, Nicholas 1985-1986 Donaghy, Jim 2000 Dougan, Steven 2000Douglas, Frederick 2002Durham, Bob 1969-1972 Dzielak, Jason 1999-2002 Dzielak, Nolan 2001E Ellis, Trip Errazuriz, Craig Esser, Kurt F Faticoni, Tony Fergus, James Fitch, R.J. Forde, Sherwin Forero, Juan Frasco, Anthony Frasso, Anthony Fryatt, Sean Fryzel, Tomasz Furfaro, Guy G Gallagher, Pat Geist, Jeff Green, Mike Groom, Clint 1992, 1994 1994 1990 1988-1991 1979-1982 1992-1995 20021986-1988 1996-1999 1988-1991 1981-1984 1995-1997 1985-1988 1990 1994-1997 1992 1994-1997

K Kang, Gill 1992-1994 Kang, Young 1981, 1983-1984 Kaplan, Robert 1984-1986 Kelly, Jerin 1997-1999 Kelly, John 1982-1985 Kempfer, Chris 1998-1999 Killeen, Tim 1979-1982 Kloser, Jason 1995 Knight, Jay 1979-1982 L Lambe, Dave 1978-1981 Langan, Hugh 1987-1990 Lannon, Sean 1999-2000 Lavelle, Frank 1997-1998 Lawler, Fergal 1987 Leacott, Scott 1989-1991 Lee, Steven 1999-2000 Lessig, Kyle 1992 Limbanovnos, Geo.1987-1990 Lindsey, Todd 1993-1996 M Magee, Donald 1987 Maher, Casey 1998 Mancke, Pat 1980-1983 McCarthy, James 1981-1984 McClosky, Scott 1995-1998 McDermott, Casey 1998-2000 McDonald, Tom 1978-1981 McLean, Steve 1979-1983 McWilliams, Dave 1975-1978 Meeks, David 1984-1987 Meldrum, Garth 1991-1994 Metzger, Paul 1994-1996 Meyer, Ryan 2002 Miller, Brendan 2002 Miller, Rob 1997-2001 Molineaux, Donn 1991-1994 Molineaux, Drew 1993-1998 Morris, Pat 1995-1998 Muhyeldin, Ahmed 1995-1997 Murtagh, Danny 1997 N Napier, Nolan Nemth, Gary Nikpour, Darioush Nixon, Scott O Ordway, Paul Orfanos, Michael Orme, Brian Ortega, David Oyola, Benjamin P Palache, Everett Pappas, Peter Pedicini, Steve Perillo, Steve Petry, Mike 1998-1999 1987-1990 1990-1994 200020011982-1985 2000-2002 1999-2002 1981 1998-2001 1991-1994 1997-1998 1980-1983 1992-1994

S Schreffler, Owen 1982 Schubert, Scott 2000-2001 Schuck, Michael 1979-1982 Seale, Elson 1973-1976 Seward, Niklaus 1991 Sheppard, Scott 1987 Shetty, Vic 1993 Short, John 1980-1984 Short, John 1986-1989 Sigmund, Lou 2001Simone, Scott1987, 1989-1991 Skitch, Ian 1985-1989 Sloane, Martin 1985 Smith, Aaron 1986-1990 Smith, George 1979-1983 Smith, Kirk 1986-1989 Sokel, Rick 1995 Sotack, Joe 1986-1989 Spivak, Louis 1990 Staines, Jon 1988 Staines, Lou 1988-1991 Starcevich, Steve 1985-1989 Steele, Marconi 199301995 Stephenson, Derek 2001-2002 Sullivan, Bryan 1994-1998 Swartz, Jim 1990 T Taber, Richard 1985-1989 Tartara, Luigi 1997 Thompson, Chad 1989 Thompson, Jason 1991 Thompson, Jim 1999 Tonkin, John 1992-1994 Torpey, John 1994 Toure, Naby 2001 Troxell, Ben 1981 U Urwiler, Shaun V Vian, Enzo Vranich, Jason W Wall, Andy Wallover, Andy Weiss, Jason Westfield, John White, Frank Williams, Brett Williams, Chris Wilson, Greg Wolfe, Doug Y Yakubisin, Mark Young, Mark Yu, Sung Chan Z Zakikhani, Amir Zayas, Andy 1994-1997 1993 1991 1980-1983 20011998-2001 1997-2001 20021995-1998 20021990-1993 1992 1998-1999 1982-1985 1985 2000-2001 2000-2001 19

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1969 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, West Chester 1 2nd Round: Penn 2, Philadelphia Textile 1 1970 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Penn 1 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Penn State 1 3rd Round: Howard 1, Philadelphia Textile 0 1973 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Penn State 5, Philadelphia Textile 3 1974 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 4, Fairleigh Dickinson 2 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 1, Bucknell 0 3rd Round: Howard 5, Philadelphia Textile 3

1981 NCAA Tournament 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Penn State 0 3rd Round: Philadelphia Textile 1, Indiana 0 National Semifinals: Alabama A&M 3, Phila. Textile 2 (PK) Consolation Game: Eastern Illinois 4, Philadelphia Textile 2 1982 NCAA Tournament 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Penn State 0 3rd Round: Indiana 2, Philadelphia Textile 0 1983 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Fairleigh Dickinson 3, Philadelphia Textile 2 1984 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Penn State 5, Philadelphia Textile 0

1988 NCAA Tournament 1975 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 1, Navy 0 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 4, Penn State 3 2nd Round: Howard 2, Philadelphia Textile 1 (2OT, PK) 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 5, Fairleigh Dickinson 0 3rd Round: Howard 2, Philadelphia Textile 1 1989 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Princeton 1 1976 NCAA Tournament 2nd Round: Virginia 4, Philadelphia Textile 1 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 4, Penn State 0 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 4, Temple 0 3rd Round: Clemson 3, Philadelphia Textile 2 1977 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 3, Princeton 0 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 3, Penn State 0 3rd Round: Hartwick 2, Philadelphia Textile 0 1978 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Philadelphia Textile 5, LaSalle 1 2nd Round: Philadelphia Textile 2, Temple 1 (OT) 3rd Round: Philadelphia Textile 3, Connecticut 0 National Semifinals: Indiana 2, Philadelphia Textile 0 Consolation Game: Clemson 6, Philadelphia Textile 2 1979 NCAA Tournament 1st Round: Princeton 1, Philadelphia Textile 0 1980 NCAA Tournament 2nd Round: Penn State 3, Philadelphia Textile 2 Former Philadelphia Textile mentor and current UNLV head coach Barry Barto guided the Rams to Final Four appearances in 1978 and 1981.

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