1 1986 NCAA Champions 20 The locals call Tacoma the "City of Destiny." They received no argument from the Duke soccer team in The Blue Devils brought home the school's fi rst NCAA team championship, clinching the soccer title with a 1-0 victory over Akron on Dec. 13. On four previous occasions, athletic teams at Duke had played for national championships and lost, including one in soccer four years prior. The 1986 triumph erased some of the sting from Duke's 2-1, eight-overtime defeat by Indiana in the 1982 title match and fulfi lled a four-year dream of that year's class of 11 seniors to return to the championship game and bring the trophy home. "Unfi nished business" was the way coach John Rennie referred to Duke's title match. "This feels just unbelievable," he added. Blue Devils Tom Stone and Kelly Weadock claimed the offensive and defensive most valuable player awards in the game. Stone, a junior forward, scored the lone goal at 46:38, and senior sweeper Weadock, starting all 87 games in his Duke career, anchored the Blue Devils' defense to its 12th shutout of the season. Rennie found it hard to single out players for commendation, however. "If Duke University were to give a degree to this team, then it would be for chemistry," he said. "Our guys had their own magic formula for the last six weeks. Chemistry is what all great teams have." Michael Linenberger and John Kerr Although the game was played on the artifi cial indoor surface of the Tacoma Dome, Duke, , stuck with virtually the same game plan that had carried them to the championship game: attack early and get the ball out of their end quickly. The quick-striking Blue Devils took only 1:38 of the second half to put the game's only goal on the scoreboard. Robert Probst was fouled near midfi eld by Akron forward Roderick Scott. Freshman midfi elder Joe Valenti took the long free kick for Duke. He crossed the ball over the head of Akron sweeper Matt Smith to the far post for Carl Williamson, who knocked it back to the near post for Stone. "It came right to my left leg and I swung away," said Stone, who drilled it high into the open net from seven yards out for his 16th goal of the year, just one off the school record. Half of those goals were game-winners, and Stone credited Rennie for making him a more effective offensive player that year. "All Coach Rennie has said," 'Get up in the box, your chances will come, I promise,'" Stone said. Four of his goals came in the NCAA playoffs, more than any other Blue Devil. Both teams concentrated their defenses to stop the opposition's top scorer. Duke used Probst, a freshman stopper, to mark Scott, a sophomore forward who was also a member of the Canadian National Team. Akron fullback Shaun Docking was assigned to Duke's John Kerr, who, following the championship, was named the recipient of the 1986 Hermann Trophy, given to the nation's top player, and the National Player of the Year Award of the Missouri Athletic Club. Kerr, who led the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring with 44 points, took only three of Duke's 11 shots in the national title game. Most of the night Kerr was being hammered by Akron enforcer Grahame Evison, who committed 11 fouls. Kerr expected as much. "Any time you get a game like this, it will be physical," he said. "You're playing for all the marbles. They were told to go out and hit people, make every tackle 100 percent." The Zips' Scott was held to two harmless fi rst half shots by Probst, who earned Rennie's praise. "He's done that all year," the coach said. "He was able to shut down Scott for almost a full game. We always assign him to the opposition's most important player. Most of the damage Scott did was out away from the goal. We forced him to lay the ball out to other players, while he couldn't perform his magic." Added Rennie, "You win with defense. It's like that in any sport." Call it destiny if you like. The Duke soccer team could then wave their extended index fi ngers and chant, "We're number one," and know it was true.
2 ACC Championships 1980 Championship Team 1980 Regular Season Champions In John Rennie s second year at the helm of the Duke soccer program, he led the Blue Devils to their fi rst ACC Championship. Duke achieved their highest ever ranking of 11th and fi nished the season with a record. They went undefeated in conference games with a mark of to take the championship. Sean McCoy led the way with nine goals and six assists. Boris Ilicic recorded 109 saves and only allowed 18 goals in 22 contests with nine shutouts Championship Team 1999 Regular Season and ACC Tournament Champions The Blue Devils earned their fi rst ACC Tournament Championship in Duke went through the season undefeated before losing to Santa Clara in the NCAA Tournament. The team fi nished and in the ACC. The Blue Devils began the ACC Tournament against arch-rival North Carolina and after a scoreless fi rst half, Troy Garner scored twice within a three-minute span to break the game open. Twenty minutes later, Donald McIntosh connected on two goals in a three-minute span to seal the 4-0 victory. The Blue Devils squared off against seven-time tournament champion Virginia in the fi nals. Ali Curtis gave Duke a 1-0 lead with a goal eight minutes into the game. The Cavaliers came back to tie the score just after halftime in the 47th minute. The match went scoreless for the next 81 minutes before Stephen Pate found the back of the net in the third overtime to give the Blue Devils the title Championship Team 1982 Regular Season Champions Joe Ulrich became the fi rst of six Duke players to earn National Player of the Year honors when he led the Blue Devils to the school s fi rst national championship appearance. Duke set a school record with a 24-game unbeaten streak before losing to Indiana in the National Championship game, 2-1 in eight overtimes. The Blue Devils ended with a record and were in the ACC. Tom Kain had an outstanding freshman season with 13 goals and 20 assists for 46 points while Bob Jenkins tallied 16 goals. Pat Johnston recorded 12 shutouts, allowing just 18 goals and stopping 124 shots ACC Championship Press Conference 2005 Championship Team 2005 ACC Tournament Champions The 2005 ACC Tournament was fi lled with excitement for the Blue Devils. The fi fth-seed in the tournament, Duke started with a 2-0 victory over 10th-ranked Virginia Tech. Chase Perfect came into the contest having only played 30 minutes on the season, but gave the Blue Devils a 1-0 lead with his fi rst goal of the season off a corner kick. Zach Pope later tallied an empty net goal. Duke faced No. 1 Maryland in the semifi nals and came out strong at the start. Blake Camp scored two goals in the fi rst 15 minutes and Pope made it 3-0 with a goal three minutes into the second half. Maryland stormed back in the fi nal 10 minutes with two goals but Spencer Wadsworth put the fi nishing touches on the Blue Devil s 4-2 victory. Duke faced No. 4 North Carolina in the fi nals and for the second time in the season the two played through two overtimes with a scoreless tie. The championship came down to penalty kicks. The Blue Devils trailed 4-3 and faced a loss but Justin Papadakis made a key save and Camp evened the shootout at 4-4. In the extra round of kicks, Papadakis made another save and freshman Mike Grella converted his kick to give the Blue Devils the 5-4 shootout victory. 21
3 Blue Devils in the Pros 22 The Duke men s soccer program has established a reputation as one of the top program s in the country since Head Coach John Rennie started his tenure in The Blue Devils have been to fi ve NCAA College Cups and won the national championship in 1986 with a 1-0 victory over Akron. Rennie has produced 15 All-Americas in his 27 years at the helm and has had several of his former players move on to play professional soccer. One of the biggest names in Major League Soccer history is a former Blue Devil. Real Salt Lake forward, Jason Kreis, became the league s all-time leading scorer in 2004 and last season became the fi rst player in MLS history to score 100 career goals. He broke the scoring record with a goal in the 37th minute against D.C. United on June 26, His 100th goal came on August 13, 2005 against Kansas City. Kreis was the 43rd overall pick (fi fth round) in the Inaugural MLS Draft in He was drafted by the Dallas Burn and scored the franchise's fi rst-ever goal on April 18, 1996, against Kansas City. He played his fi rst nine seasons with Dallas before he was traded to Real Salt Lake for future considerations on Nov. 17, Kreis has 106 career goals and 74 assists. He has been Mark Dodd Blue Devils in the MLS Jason Kreis named to the all-star team seven times and was given the Honda MVP award in 1999 as the player of the year. He captured the scoring title that season, becoming the fi rst player in MLS history to score 15 goals and have 15 assists in the same season. Kreis was a three-time All- America selection at Duke and ranks among the top 10 in career goals and the top fi ve in assists and points. Three other Duke players were selected in the Inaugural MLS Draft with two of them also going to Dallas. Mark Dodd, a former goalkeeper, was drafted in the sixth round (53rd overall pick) by the Burn. He spent four years in the league and was named the Goalkeeper of the Year in 1996 after posting a 1.46 goals against average. Before the creation of the MLS, Dodd played for the Dallas Sidekicks in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) and the Colorado Foxes of the American Professional Soccer League (APSL). He earned 15 caps for the United States national team. Seventeen former Duke soccer players and coaches have gone on to be affi liated with Major League Soccer. Blake Camp: New York Red Bulls Jordan Cila: Colorado Rapids, Real Salt Lake, New York Red Bulls Ali Curtis: Tampa Bay Mutiny, D.C. United, Dallas Burn Mark Dodd: Dallas Burn Doug Hamilton: Vice President/General Manager, Los Angeles Galaxy Jay Heaps: Miami Fusion, New England Revolution Josh Henderson: Los Angeles Galaxy (drafted) Mike Jeffries: Dallas Burn head coach, Chicago Fire assistant coach Brian Kelly: New York/New Jersey MetroStars, Los Angeles Galaxy John Kerr: Dallas Burn, New England Revolution Jason Kreis: Dallas Burn, Real Salt Lake Garth Lagerwey: Miami Fusion, D.C. United, D.C. United broadcaster Mark Noonan: Vice President of Marketing, MLS Trevor Perea: Columbus Crew, D.C. United Robert Russell: Los Angeles Galaxy (drafted) Kevin Sakuda: San Jose Earthquakes (drafted) Evan Whitfield: Chicago Fire, Real Salt Lake John Kerr Brian Kelly Midfi elder John Kerr was also picked up by Dallas as the 83rd overall pick (ninth round). Kerr played 12 games for the Burn in 1996 before fi nishing out the season with New England. He went on to play one more year with the Revolution, tallying seven goals and six assists for his career. After his career with the MLS he played two seasons with the Boston Bulldogs of the professional A-league as a playercoach. In college Kerr helped lead Duke to their fi rst NCAA Championship and was awarded both the Hermann Trophy and the fi rst-ever Missouri Athletic Club Award as the nation s top player. He was a two-time All-America and three-time All-Region selection at Duke. He ranks in the top fi ve i n goals, assists and points. After college he played professional soccer in England, Ireland, France, Canada and the U.S. He also played with the U.S. National team from He is currently the Head Men s Soccer coach at Harvard. The fourth Blue Devil selected in 1996 was goalkeeper Garth Lagerway. He was chosen in the 15th round (150th overall pick) by D.C. United but played 23 games for Kansas City and posted a 1.75 goals against average. In the 1997 and '98 seasons he played for Dallas, and from he played for Miami. While at Duke, he was an All-Region selection in He also has recorded the most saves by any Blue Devil in both ACC and NCAA tournament play with 12 saves against Virginia on Nov. 5, 1993, and 12 saves against Southern Methodist on Nov. 27, Garth Lagerway In 1997, Brian Kelly became the fi rst Duke player to be selected in the fi rst round of the MLS College Draft. The forward was chosen by the MetroStars with the fi fth overall pick. Kelly played three full seasons with the MetroStars before he was traded to Los Angeles midway through the 2000 campaign. He spent his fi nal season with Tampa Bay in 2001 and fi nished his career with 10 goals and 11 assists. In his collegiate playing days, Kelly was a third team All-America selection in 1995 and two-time All-Region choice. He is eighth all-time at Duke with 29 assists. Two Blue Devils were drafted in the 1999 MLS College Draft. Jay Heaps, the 1998 Missouri Athletic Club award winner, became the highest Duke player drafted, going second overall to the Miami Fusion. Miami traded up from the fi fth pick to take the two-time All-America. In his rookie season with the club, he was named MLS Rookie of the Year after scoring three goals. He spent three seasons with Miami and recorded a career-high fi ve goals and six assists in 2000 to earn his fi rst all-star selection in Midway through the 2001 season he was traded to New England and remains a starter for the Revolution defense. A year later he scored the game-winning goal in the semifnal game against Columbus to lead the Revolution into the MLS Cup. Heaps ranks in the top fi ve in career goals, assists and points at Duke. He was named to the All-South Region team all four years of college and was both the National and ACC Freshman of the Jay Heaps Year in Heaps was the embodiment of Duke Athletics, playing both soccer and basketball. Not only did he possess great athletic talent but he was also a great student and was one of three Duke soccer players to be named Academic All-America.
4 Blue Devils in the Pros Evan Whitfield Jordan Cila Defender Evan Whitfield was also taken in the fi rst round, when Chicago picked him with the 11th overall selection. He joined the Fire midway through the 1999 season after a stint of playing professional soccer for KAA Gent in Belgium. He played fi ve seasons with the Fire, helping them to three division championships and two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Championships. He started the 2005 season as a member of Real Salt Lake where he fi nished his career. Whitfi eld was a three-time All-Region selection for the Blue Devils and four-time All-ACC pick. Duke had another player drafted with the second overall pick in Ali Curtis, a two-time player of the year recipient at Duke, was chosen by the Tampa Bay Mutiny. Curtis was named the ACC Player of the Year and was awarded the Hermann Trophy in his junior year. As a senior, he became the all-time leading scorer at Duke with 53 goals, and was given the Missouri Athletic Club Award. Curtis was a two-time All-America and four time All-Region selection. He played three years of Major League Soccer. He played his fi rst season with Tampa Bay and then moved on to D.C. United where he had his best season in 2002 with fi ve goals and one assist. He started the 2003 season with D.C. United before he was traded to Dallas where he fi nished his career. In his rookie season with Tampa Bay, he was honored with the Mutiny s 2001 New York Life Humanitarian of the Year award and was a fi nalist for the 2001 MLS New York Life Humanitarian of the Year award. Also drafted in 2001 was Robert Russell, a former All-America at Duke. Russell was drafted by Los Angeles in the second round with the 22nd overall pick. He instead decided to sign with Sogndal in the Premiere League in Norway. He was later acquired by Rosenborg of the Norway Premiere League and led them to a Premier League Championship to earn the right to play in the UEFA Champions League in 2004 against Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven. In the summer of 2006, he signed with Viborg FF of Denmark's top-fl ight Superligaen. At Duke he was a four-time All-ACC selection and was named to the All-South region team in There have been two other Duke players drafted by MLS teams. Josh Kevin Sakuda Henderson was taken in the fourth round of the 2000 SuperDraft by Los Angeles and Kevin Sakuda was picked up in the third round of the 2002 SuperDraft with the 39th overall pick by San Jose. Henderson was a two-time All-ACC selection and ranks in the top ten in career assists at Duke. Sakuda played for the San Diego Sockers and Cleveland Storm of the MISL and is now in his fourth season with the Seattle Sounders of the United Soccer League First Division. In college he was an All-Region choice in 1999 and helped lead the Blue Devils to their fi rst-ever ACC Tournament Championship. Four former Duke players are currently on MLS rosters. Heaps is still with New England, while Kreis is playing for Real Salt Lake. Jordan Cila, who was a four-year letterwinner for the Blue Devils from , is currently playing for the New York Red Bulls along with Blake Camp. Cila was a two-time All-ACC selection and is fi fth on the career assists list at Duke. He spent his fi rst season in the MLS with Colorado in 2004 where he helped them into the playoffs. In 21 games he scored four goals and had two assists. Last season he played for Real Salt Lake, scoring three goals and adding an assist in 12 contests. Camp, a two-time All-America choice at Duke, was drafted in the fourth round with the 41st pick of the 2006 MLS Draft. Camp led the Blue Blake Camp Where Are They Now? Blake Camp - New York Red Bulls of the MLS Graziano Giglio - D.D.S., PC Mike Jeffries - Associate Head Coach, Duke University Bob Jenkins - U.S. Soccer s Director of Coaching Education and Youth Development Tom Kain - Global Futbol Marketing Director, Nike John Kerr - Men's Soccer Head Coach, Harvard Danny Kramer - Rochester Raging Rhinos of USL First Division Ken Lolla - Head Coach, Louisville; USSF U-15 National Team Coach David McDaniel - President of Construction, ContraVest, Inc. Thomas Natelli - President & CEO of Natelli Communities Kevin Sakuda - Seattle Sounders of the MISL David Strauch - Account Manager of Heidtman Steel Geoffrey Metals Chris Sturdy - Managing Director, The Bank of New York (Listed above are just some of the outstanding jobs Duke soccer alumni have notched since graduation) Devils to the 2005 ACC Tournament Championship and the 2004 College Cup. He fi nished his career with 24 Danny Kramer goals and 22 assists and was a three-time All-ACC selection. Danny Kramer, a 2005 team captain, is also playing professionally. He signed with the Rochester Raging Rhinos after graduation and fi nished his Duke career with 19 goals and 17 assists. Other former Duke players who have been affi liated with the MLS are Doug Hamilton, Mike Jeffries, Mark Noonan and Trevor Perea. Hamilton is currently the president and general manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy and is a former Duke assistant coach. Jeffries was the head coach for the Dallas Burn in 2001 and He guided the team to the playoffs in his fi rst season with the club. Noonan was the Vice President of Marketing for the MLS. Perea played one season in the league. He signed a contract in 2003 with the Columbus Crew and fi nished the year with D.C. United. Before the creation of the MLS, Tom Kain played professional soccer in West Germany and for the Kansas City Comets of the MISL. He moved on to later become the Global Futbol Marketing Director for Nike. Kain became the third Duke player to be awarded the Hermann Trophy as the National Player of the Year in He was also the fi rst four-time All-America for the Blue Devils. Kain played for the US National Team and was one of two Duke players to play in the Olympics. He was the fi rst soccer player to be elected into the Duke Hall of Fame. He is the all-time leader in points and assists and is second in career goals. Duke Head Coach John Rennie has established one of the top men s soccer programs in the country and continues to bring in some of the nation s most talented high school players every year. Duke continues to be one of the elite teams in college soccer and one of the elite academic schools as well. All of the former Blue Devils student athletes who have gone on to have successful professional careers after graduation are a tribute to the program Rennie has established in his 27 years at the helm. Tom Kain 23
5 Blue Devils and US Soccer The Duke Blue Devils and US Soccer have a strong and longstanding relationship. Duke alumni have participated with US Soccer for many years, with Tom Kain and Evan Whitfi eld each representing the United States in the Olympic Games. Blue Devils have participated with US Soccer on all levels, ranging from youth teams to the U.S. Men's National Team. Here is a look at some of the ties between Duke and US Soccer. Duke has hosted exhibitions with the U.S. Olympic Team and with the Under-17 National Teams. Evan Whitfield, a 1998 Duke graduate, represented the United States on the Olympic Team in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia Hermann Trophy recipient Tom Kain represented the United States in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, Calif. Duke sophomore, Michael Videira has played with both the US Under-20 and US Under-18 National Teams. Tom Kain (middle) and Dr. William Garrett, Jr. (right) at the 1994 World Cup. Robert Russell became the latest Blue Devil to train with the U.S. Men s National Team this year. Others who have been invited to play with the full team include Jason Kreis, Mark Dodd, Jay Heaps, Evan Whitfield, John Kerr and Brian Benedict Duke graduate Jordan Cila played on the US Under-17 National Team that was a semifi nalist at the Under-17 World Championships in New Zealand. Cila ranked second on the team with 46 goals and 38 assists. Cila also was a member of the US Under-20 National Team. Brian Kelly competed with the Under-23 National Team prior to the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Current junior Kyle Helton was a member of the National Team program from He played for the US Under-17 National Team in 2002 and 2003, starting 42 of 63 games played. Current Blue Devils Justin Papadakis, Michael Videira and Ian Carey, as well as alumni Jordan Cila, Trevor Perea, Kevin Sakuda and Jay Heaps, have competed with the US Under-20 National Team. Current Blue Devils who played with the US Under-18 National team include Justin Papadakis, Michael Videira, Tomek Charowski, Pavelid Castaneda and Mike Grella. Duke alumni Joey Valenti, George Dunne, Tom Stone, Mike Linenberger and Clint Carnell gained youth national team experience. Mike Linenberger, who played for the Blue Devils from , is the current Region IV ODP coach and the head men s soccer coach at Sacramento State University. Alumni Bob Jenkins (U.S. Soccer s Director of Coaching Education and Youth Development) and Ken Lolla (Under-15 head coach) have both coached with the US Soccer youth national team programs in the past. Duke junior, Kyle Helton, became a familiar face on the US National Team, playing from He played two years with the US Under-17 team. 24 Duke freshman, Mike Grella, was a member of this year's US Under-18 National Team along with freshman Pavelid Castaneda National Player of the Year John Kerr was a member of the U.S. team Bob Jenkins was one of the fi rst players to suit up for John Rennie and took what he learned from his former coach and applied it as a former US National Team Under-18 Head Coach.
6 Duke in the Community The Duke men's soccer team participates actively in the Durham community. Each year, men's soccer players visit elementary schools throughout the area as part of the Verizon Read with the Blue Devils program. For the 15th year, Duke Athletics and the Durham Public School System have combined their efforts to aid area teachers in providing reading incentives for third and fourth graders. More than 4,000 students in Durham County are involved in the program annually. The Blue Devils also spend time after each game signing autographs. Fans can meet the players on the fi eld shortly following the end of each game. The Duke Soccer Camp offers day and overnight camps throughout the year for beginners and advanced players, From the inception of the Read with the Blue Devils program, school visits by Duke student-athletes have been a major component. Almost 200 Duke student-athletes from nearly all 26 varsity sports, including numerous Blue Devil soccer players, make periodic visits to the third and fourth grade classes, working with the youngsters on reading and goal-setting. Duke Athletics provides positive role models for both boys and girls at the elementary schools. including the top 100 Seniors Program for rising high school seniors. Over 1,000 kids attended the camps this summer. More information on camps can be found at 25
7 All-Time Series Records 26 W L T Last Meeting Akron W Alabama A&M L Alabama-Birmingham W American W Appalachian State W Appalachian State Teachers W Atlantic Christian W Averett W Baptist W Belmont Abbey W Boston College W Bridgeport L Brown L Buffalo W Butler W California State-Fullerton W Campbell W Catawba L Charleston, College of W (OT) Charleston Southern W Charlotte W (OT) CLEMSON L Coastal Carolina W Colgate W Columbia W Connecticut L Creighton L Dartmouth W Davidson L DePaul W Drake W Drexel W East Carolina W East Stroudsburg L Elon W Emory & Henry W Erskine W Evansville L Fairfi eld W Fairleigh Dickinson W Florida International W Fordham W Francis Marion W Franklin & Marshall W French Cadet Pre Flight L Frostburg State W Furman W George Mason W George Washington W (OT) Georgia Southern W Georgia State W Georgetown L Greensboro College W Guilford W Hampden-Sydney W Hartwick W Harvard L High Point W High Point Y L Holy Cross T (OT) Howard L Illinois State W Indiana L Iona W Jacksonville L James Madison W Lafayette W Lehigh L Liberty W Lock Haven State W Long Island W Longwood W Louisville W Loyola W Loyola of Baltimore W Lynchburg L Manhattan W Marshall L W L T Last Meeting MARYLAND W Maryland-Baltimore County W Massachusetts W Memphis W Mercer W Miami L Michigan State W Monmouth W Navy T New Hampshire W NORTH CAROLINA T (2OT) NORTH CAROLINA STATE W North Carolina Pre Flight L North Carolina Wesleyan W North Texas W Northeastern L Northwestern L Notre Dame W Ohio State W Old Dominion W (OT) Penn State W Pennsylvania W Pfeiffer W Pittsburgh W Portland L Princeton W Radford W Richmond W Roanoke W Robert Morris W Rollins L R.P.I W Rutgers L (2OT) Saint Francis (N.Y.) W St. John's L Saint Louis W San Francisco W Santa Clara L Seton Hall W SIU Edwardsville W South, The University of the W South Carolina L South Carolina-Aiken W South Florida W Southern Connecticut State W Southern Methodist W Springfi eld College L Stanford W Stetson W Stony Brook W Syracuse W Temple W Tennessee W Texas-San Antonio W Trenton State L UCLA L UCSB L UNC Asheville W UNC Greensboro W UNC Wilmington W Vanderbilt W Vermont W VIRGINIA L VIRGINIA TECH W VMI W WAKE FOREST W (2OT) Washington L Washington (St. Louis) W Washington & Lee W West Chester L Western Illinois W West Virginia W William & Mary L Wingate W Winthrop W Wisconsin L Wofford W
8 Honors All-America 1939: Haydar Asan, F 1940: Thomas Cowdrick, D 1952: David Strauch, F Joseph Duys, D 1953: Fred James, D 1954: Hector Riquezes, D 1955: Hector Riquezes, D 1956: Thomas Colmey, D 1957: Gordon Lang, GK Edwin Gauld, F 1958: Edwin Schull, F 1961: Coles Hough, GK 1962: Dean Ross, F Fred Beguin, F 1981: Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Ken Lolla, M, Third Team 1982: Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Tom Kain, F, Second Team 1983: Mike Jeffries, D, First Team Tom Kain, F, First Team Ken Lolla, M, Second Team 1984: Tom Kain, F, First Team 1985: Tom Kain, F, First Team John Kerr, F, First Team Pat Johnston, GK, Second Team 1986: John Kerr, F, First Team 1988: Brian Benedict, F, First Team Joey Valenti, M, First Team 1989: Joey Valenti, M, First Team 1990: George Dunn, D, Second Team 1992: Jason Kreis, M, Second Team 1993: Jason Kreis, M, First Team 1994: Jason Kreis, M, First Team 1995: Brian Kelly, F, Third Team 1997: Ali Curtis, F, Third Team Jay Heaps, M, Third Team 1998: Jay Heaps, M, First Team 1999: Ali Curtis, F, Second Team 2000: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Robert Russell, M, Second Team 2004: Blake Camp, M, Third Team 2005: Blake Camp, M, First Team Joe Ulrich Joe Ulrich was Coach Rennie's fi rst player to garner fi rst team All-America honors Academic All-America 1983: Mike Jeffries, D 1998: Jay Heaps, M, First Team 2003: Jordan Cila, M, First Team All-South 1951: Fernando Almeida, D Joe Duys, D Frederick James, D Mal Lindstrom, D Ken Menken, D Hector Riquezes, D 1952: Wayne Cunningham, D Joseph Duys, D Frederick James, D John Ost, GK Odoardo Leon-Ponte, D Hector Riquezes, D David Strauch, F 1953: Joe Duys, D Frederick James, D David Strauch, F 1954: Hector Riquezes, D 1955: Tom Colmey, D Hector Riquezes, D 1956: Tom Colmey, D Simon Izaquirre, F Ted Loeb, D 1957: Ed Gauld, F Jim Matthews, D John D'Angelo, F Dave Dreidler, F Gordon Lang, GK 1958: John D'Angelo, F Edwin Schull, F Don Little, F 1959: Hoben Hyde, F R. Stacey, D 1960: Peter Moller, F John Stacey, F Wally Kaufman, D Henry Hyde, F 1961: Coles Hough, GK Dean Ross, F Henry Hyde, F Fred Beguin, D 1962: Fred Beguin, D Dean Ross, F Alex Epanchin, F Jim Boericke, F 1963: Alex Epanchin, F Dave Jones, D 1966: Henry Walters, F Curt Lauber, F 1967: Len Tylka, F Henry Walters, F Gordon Snyder, F 1969: Mark Furniss, D 1970: Pato Gutierrez, F Craig Tymeson, F 1971: Pato Gutierrez, F Mike Jeffries Mike Jeffries is one of two Duke players to earn All- America and Academic All-America honors 1972: Pato Gutierrez, F Steve McCoy, F 1973: Pato Gutierrez, F Steve McCoy, F 1974: Steve McCoy, F 1976: Richard Murray, D 1977: Richard Murray, D 1978: Richard Murray, D 1979: Richard Murray, D, First Team 1980: Stephen Bond, D, Fourth Team Ken Lolla, D, Fourth Team Sean McCoy, F, Fourth Team 1981: Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Ken Lolla, M, First Team 1982: Tom Kain, F, First Team Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Sean McCoy, F, Second Team 1983: Mike Jeffries, D, First Team Tom Kain, F, First Team Ken Lolla, M, First Team Pat Johnston, GK, Second Team David McDaniel, M, Third Team 1984: Tom Kain, F, First Team Pat Johnston, GK, Second Team Jeff Romano, D, Second Team John Kerr, F, Third Team 1985: Pat Johnston, GK, First Team Tom Kain, F, First Team John Kerr, F, First Team Kelly Weadock, D, First Team 1986: John Kerr, F, First Team Kelly Weadock, D, First Team Tom Stone, F, Third Team 1988: Brian Benedict, F, First Team Joey Valenti, M, First Team George Dunn, D, Third Team 1989: Joey Valenti, M, First Team 1990: George Dunn, D, First Team 1992: Jason Kreis, M, First Team Garth Lagerwey, GK, Second Team 27
9 Honors 28 Richard Murray Richard Murray is one of only six players in ACC history to earn four ACC First Team Honors 1993: Jason Kreis, M, First Team 1994: Jason Kreis, M, First Team 1995: Brian Kelly, F, First Team Jay Heaps, M, Second Team Josh Henderson, F, Second Team 1996: Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team Jay Heaps, M, Third Team Brian Kelly, F, Third Team 1997: Jay Heaps, M, First Team Ali Curtis, F, Second Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team Josh Henderson, M, Third Team 1998: Jay Heaps, M, First Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, First Team Ali Curtis, F, Third Team Atli Knutsson, GK, Third Team 1999: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Kevin Sakuda, D, Second Team 2000: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Robert Russell, M, First Team 2003: Owoicho Adogwa, F, Third Team 2004: Blake Camp, M, First Team Michael Videira, M, Third Team 2005: Blake Camp, M, First Team Michael Videira, M, Third Team All-Conference 1968: Doug Morris, F, Second Team Craig Tymeson, F, Second Team 1969: Mark Furniss, D, First Team Lou Lothman, D, Second Team Tom Rockwood, D, Second Team Craig Tymeson, F, Second Team 1970: Pato Gutierrez, F, First Team Craig Tymeson, F, Second Team 1971: Chico DiBella, D, First Team Lou Lothman, D, First Team Pato Gutierrez, F, First Team 1972: Pato Gutierrez, F, First Team Scott Hutchinson, D, First Team Bob James, GK, Second Team Mike DeCroce, D, Second Team Steve McCoy, F, Second Team 1973: Pato Gutierrez, F, Second Team Steve McCoy, F, Second Team John Leaven, D, Second Team 1974: Steve McCoy, F, First Team Dave Patton, D, Second Team 1975: Brian Murray, D, Second Team 1976: Richard Murray, D, First Team 1977: Richard Murray, D, First Team 1978: Richard Murray, D, First Team Wayne Bergen, F, Second Team 1979: Ian Garrett, D, First Team Richard Murray, D, First Team Stephen Bond, D, Second Team Graziano Giglio, F, Second Team 1980: Stephen Bond, D, First Team Ken Lolla, M, First Team Boris Illicic, GK, First Team Sean McCoy, F, Second Team Jeff Romano, D, Second Team 1981: Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Ken Lolla, M, First Team Tom Kain, F, Second Team Graziano Giglio, M, Second Team 1982: Joe Ulrich, D, First Team Mike Jeffries, D, Second Team Tom Kain, F, Second Team 1983: Mike Jeffries, D, First Team Tom Kain, F, First Team Ken Lolla, M, First Team Paul Ahearne, D, Second Team Pat Johnston, GK, Second Team 1984: Tom Kain, F, First Team Pat Johnston, GK, Second Team Jeff Romano, D, Second Team Tom Stone, F, Second Team Kelly Weadock, D, Second Team 1985: Pat Johnston, GK, First Team John Kerr, F, First Team Kelly Weadock, D, First Team Tom Kain, F, Second Team 1986: John Kerr, F, First Team Tom Stone, F, Second Team Kelly Weadock, F, Second Team 1987: Tom Stone, F, First Team Joey Valenti, M, First Team Robert Probst, D, Second Team 1988: Brian Benedict, F, First Team Joey Valenti, M, First Team Robert Probst, D, Second Team 1989: Joey Valenti, M, First Team 1990: George Dunn, D, First Team Brian Benedict, F, Second Team Tim Vieth, M, Second Team 1991: Clint Carnell, F, First Team George Dunn, D, Second Team 1992: Jason Kreis, M, First Team Chris Yankee, F, First Team Tim Vieth, M, Second Team 1993: Jason Kreis, M, First Team Eric Marshall, D, First Team Richie Dunn, M, Second Team A.J. Siebeneck, F, Second Team 1994: Jason Kreis, M, First Team 1995: Jay Heaps, M, First Team Brian Kelly, F, First Team Josh Henderson, F, Second Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team 1996: Brian Kelly, F, First Team Jay Heaps, M, Second Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team 1997: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Jay Heaps, M, First Team Troy Garner, F, Second Team Josh Henderson, M, Second Team Robert Russell, D, Second Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team 1998: Jay Heaps, M, First Team Troy Garner, F, Second Team Robert Russell, M, Second Team Evan Whitfi eld, D, Second Team 1999: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Jeff Haywood, GK, First Team Robert Russell, M, First Team Troy Garner, F, Second Team Nii-Amar Amamoo, D, Second Team 2000: Ali Curtis, F, First Team Robert Russell, M, First Team Jordan Cila, F, Second Team Jeff Haywood, GK, Second Team Trevor Perea, M, Second Team 2001: Donald McIntosh, M, First Team Jordan Cila, F, Second Team Kevin Sakuda, D, Second Team 2002: Donald McIntosh, M, First Team Trevor Perea, M, First Team 2003: Blake Camp, M, First Team 2004: Blake Camp, M, First Team Justin Trowbridge, GK, Second Team Michael Videira, M, Second Team 2005: Blake Camp, M, First Team Michael Videira, M, First Team Chris Loftus, M, Second Team Robert Russell Robert Russell was a four-time All-ACC selection from
10 Scoring Records Career Goals 1. Ali Curtis ( ) Tom Kain ( ) Pato Gutierrez ( ) Jay Heaps ( ) Sean McCoy ( ) John Kerr ( ) Craig Tymeson ( ) Jason Kreis ( ) 39 Chris Yankee ( ) Tom Stone ( ) 38 The Record Book Career Assists 1. Tom Kain ( ) John Kerr ( ) Jason Kreis ( ) Jay Heaps ( ) Jordan Cila ( ) Clint Carnell ( ) Josh Henderson ( ) Brian Kelly ( ) Ali Curtis ( ) Sean McCoy ( ) 27 Career Points 1. Tom Kain ( ) Ali Curtis ( ) Jay Heaps ( ) 127 John Kerr ( ) Jason Kreis ( ) Sean McCoy ( ) Pato Gutierrez ( ) Chris Yankee ( ) Tom Stone ( ) Troy Garner ( ) 96 Career Saves 1. Pat Johnston ( ) 379 Career Shutouts 1. Pat Johnston ( ) 47 Pat Johnston Individual Records Game Records Most Goals - 6, Pato Gutierrez vs. Davidson (10/11/71) Most Assists - 4, Tom Kain vs. William & Mary (10/2/83); T.D. Rolf vs. Guilford (10/2/91) Most Saves - 23, Dave Woodyard vs. Maryland (11/6/70) Season Records Most Goals - 17, Pato Gutierrez (1971), Ali Curtis (1999) Most Assists - 20, Tom Kain (1982) Most Saves - 124, Pat Johnston (1982) Most Shutouts - 13, Pat Johnston (1983, 1985) Team Records Game Records Most Goals - 14 vs. Mercer (10/26/94) Most Assists - 14 vs. Appalachian State (9/24/97) Most Saves - 37 vs. Old Dominion (9/1/84) Season Records Most Goals - 80 (1982) Most Assists - 83 (1997) Most Points (1982) Most Shots (1982) Most Shutouts - 13 (1983, 1985, 2004) Most Wins - 22 (1982) Other Records Most Consecutive Wins - 11 ( , 1982, 2004) Most Consecutive Matches Without a Loss - 24 (1982) Most Consecutive Matches Scoring a Goal - 31 ( ) Most Consecutive Shutouts - 7 (1983, 2004) Longest Game - 159:16 vs. Indiana (12/11/82) (NCAA Championship, 8 OTs, lost 2-1) Tournament Records NCAA Tournament Team Game Highs Most Goals - 4 vs. St. Louis (10/21/92) - 4 vs. UMBC (11/21/99) Most Assists - 5 vs. UNC Greensboro (11/19/95) - 5 vs. Ohio State (11/28/04) Most Shots - 30 vs. Indiana (12/11/82) Most Saves - 12 vs. Clemson (11/21/82); vs. SMU (11/27/92) NCAA Tournament Individual Game Highs Most Goals - 2, Sean McCoy vs. South Florida (11/17/82); Brian Kelly vs. South Carolina (11/26/95); Tomek Charowski vs. Coastal Carolina (11/19/04) Most Assists - 2, Tom Kain vs. South Florida (11/17/82); Jason Kreis vs. St. Louis (10/21/92); Jay Heaps vs. UNC Greensboro (11/19/95) & Virginia (12/8/95); Matt Shattuck vs. UNC Greensboro (11/19/95); Peter Gail vs. UMBC (11/21/99); Zach Pope vs. Coastal Carolina (11/19/04); Michael Videira vs. Ohio State (11/28/04); Spencer Wadsworth vs. Ohio State (11/28/04) Most Shots - 7, Tom Kain vs. Indiana (12/11/82); Brian Kelly vs. UNC Greensboro (11/19/95) Most Saves - 12, Garth Lagerwey vs. SMU (11/27/92) ACC Tournament Team Game Highs Most Goals - 4 vs. North Carolina (11/12/99) vs. Maryland (11/11/05) Most Assists - 4 vs. Wake Forest (11/5/89); vs. Wake Forest (11/9/95), vs. UNC (11/12/99) Most Shots - 36 vs. Maryland (11/4/93) Most Saves - 12 vs. Virginia (11/5/93) ACC Tournament Individual Game Highs Most Goals - 2, Brian Kelly vs. Wake Forest (11/9/95); Troy Garner vs. UNC (11/12/99); Donald McIntosh vs. UNC (11/12/99) Blake Camp vs. Maryland (11/11/05) Most Assists - 2, Brian Benedict vs. Wake Forest (11/3/88); Jay Heaps vs. Virginia (11/15/96); Ali Curtis vs. Virginia (11/13/98); Troy Garner vs. UNC (11/12/99) Most Shots - 6, Steven Knull vs. Wake Forest (11/5/89); Chris Yankee vs. Wake Forest (11/1/90); Richie Dunn vs. Maryland (11/4/93); Kevin Stein vs. Wake Forest (11/9/95) Most Saves - 12, Garth Lagerwey vs. Virginia (11/5/93) Ali Curtis Sean McCoy 29
11 National Players of the Year 30 During John Rennie's 27-year tenure as the head soccer coach at Duke University, National Player of the Year awards have become as much a part of the tradition at the school as the success of the team on the fi eld. The Hermann Trophy, one of the most coveted individual awards in collegiate soccer, has been presented since Duke, fortunate to have fi ve Hermann recipients, is one of the rare schools to produce back-to-back winners. The Hermann is named for Robert Hermann, former chairman of the executive committee of the NASL, one of its founding owners and a true pioneer in American soccer. The Missouri Athletic Club Award was developed in 1986 in an effort to recognize the top American collegiate soccer player. Joe Ulrich, The 1982 Hermann recipient, Ulrich was Duke's fi rst national player of the year. While playing at the important sweeper position, he led Duke to the 1982 national fi nals and a record. A native of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Ulrich was a fi rst-round selection in four pro soccer drafts and enjoyed a pro career with the Dallas Sidekicks of the MISL. He was inducted into the Duke Hall of Fame in John Kerr Mike Jeffries, The 1983 Hermann winner at sweeper, Jeffries was one of Duke's most durable players, performing in all 89 career matches. The Bethesda, Md., native led Duke to a No. 1 national ranking during his entire senior season. A versatile performer who played forward, midfi eld and defense during his career, Jeffries was the fi rst American chosen in the 1983 MISL draft as he joined the Minnesota Strikers organization. Tom Kain, Duke's fi rst fourtime All-America honoree in any sport, Kain earned the Hermann Trophy in A striker from Wall, N.J., Kain was one of the most prolifi c scorers in Duke history, holding school records for assists (45) and total points (147), while ranking second in goals (51). He led the Blue Devils to a combined record of and three NCAA Tournament berths during his four seasons and also made the Olympic Team. The runner-up for the 1984 Hermann Trophy, Kain was the fi rst soccer player at Duke to be selected to the Duke Hall of Fame. Kain played professionally in West Germany and in the MISL. John Kerr, Kerr reached three milestones in In addition to winning the Hermann Trophy and the inaugural Missouri Athletic Club Award, Kerr also led Duke to the NCAA title, the Blue Devils' fi rst team title in any sport. Kerr was the squad's leading scorer with 15 goals and 14 assists and also topped the ACC in scoring while claiming the ACC Player of the Year award. A native of Falls Church, Va., Kerr fi nished his career as Duke's No. 2 all-time scorer. Kerr played for New England and Dallas in the MLS and Millwall in England and has been a past player with the U.S. National Team. He is currently the head men's soccer coach at Harvard. Jay Heaps, A four-time All-ACC choice and a two-time All-America pick, Heaps secured the Missouri Athletic Club Award his senior year. Duke's leading scorer for three seasons, Heaps collected a team-high 13 goals and eight assists for 34 points in He completed his career ranked third in goals (45), fourth in assists (37) and tied for second in points (127) at Duke. The native of Longmeadow, Mass., was also a member of the Duke basketball team as a walk-on during his stint in Durham. The Academic All-America honoree graduated a semester early to pursue his professional soccer career. Heaps was the No. 2 pick overall in the MLS Draft by Miami in 1999 and came out in his fi rst year to claim MLS Rookie of the Year accolades. He is currently one of the top young players in the MLS with the New England Revolution. Ali Curtis, Curtis was a three-time All-ACC and All-America selection. He was named the ACC Player of the Year and winner of the Hermann Trophy after scoring 17 goals and notching 40 points as a junior. His senior year he won the Missouri Athletic Club Award after scoring 15 goals and adding nine assists for 39 points. He left Duke as the career scoring leader with 53 goals, and his 134 points rank second all time. In his fi nal two years at Duke, Curtis scored 32 goals, assisted on 15 goals and totaled 79 points. He was the second overall pick in the 2001 MLS draft by the Tampa Bay Mutiny.
12 Letterwinners Names and letter years came from records contained in the Duke University Sports Information fi les. Any additions, deletions or corrections are welcome, provided they can be verifi ed. Adogwa, Owoicho Alder, Paul Agyapong, Edwin , Ahearne, Paul Ahumada, Matt Alexander, Randolph Alexander, Roy Allison, James Almeida, Fernando Amamoo, Nii-Amar Antoniou, Robert Archambault, Pete Asan, Haydar Aufhammer, Robert Baily, Thomas Banks, John Barber, Wade Barnes, Darrius Barr, Roger Barth, Jonathan Bassingthwaighte, Eric. 1996,99 Bassoff, Laurence Bates, William Battelle, Anthony Bayne, Dwight Bazemore, Charles Beatty, Ernest Beatty, William Beguin, Fred Bell, James Bell, R Benedict, Brian , Bergen, Wayne Berrendero, Carlos Bick, Timothy Biewener, Andrew Bigsby, Michael Birmingham, John Bitker, Alexander Blaha, Charles Bodiya, Justin Boehm, Kenneth Boehringer, Robert Boericke, James Bond, F Bond, Steven Borman, Andy Brantman, Barry Neil Braswell, John Brewer, Dick Brooks, Irwin , Brown, Edward , 40 Brunson, Stan , 93 Buckmire, Michael Bullock, John Burgstahler, Robert Camp, Blake Campbell, James Carey, Ian Carnell, Clint Carpenter, David Cartwright Castaneda, Pavelid Castillo, B. Miguel Chapman, Mike Charowski, Tomek Cheek, Dale Cila, Jordan Clayton, Samuel Clifford, Michael Colantuono, Thomas Colavecchio, Bill Collins, Rip Colmey, Thomas Conkey, Clement Connor, Bruce Coughlan, Peter Cowdrick, Tom Coyle, Brian Cozant, Davin Crane, Brian Craniotis, George Croll, William Cross, William Cunningham, Kevin Cunningham, Wayne Curtis, Ali D'Alonzo, Albert D'Angelo, Jon D'Emilio, Rudy Dame, Christopher Dammann, Harold De Almeida, Fernano Decroce, Michael Demaine, Stephen Des Marias, David DeWeer, Jan DiBella, Francisco Diedrich, Darren Dodd, Mark Donigan, William Donnell, Mark , 67 Donnelly, Brian Donovan, Glenn Doores, Doug S Dowd, Wesley Dudley, Paul Dugoni, Graham Dungel, Paul Dunn, George Dunn, Richie Dunne, Michael Dunne, Walter Duys, Joseph Dybdahl, Ryan Eastman, William Edwards, John Edwards, Newton Ellet, James Elmendorf, Jon Enfi eld, Samuel Epanchin, Alexis Erickson, Troy Erisman, Michael , 63 Evans, Richard Farran, Thomas Fellmeth, Michael , 90 Fergusson, William Fildes, Richard Finberg, Robert Finn, Robert Fletcher, Gerald Flowers, George Foster, Stuart Fox, D Frangella, Tony Fry, Richard Furgurson, Ryan. 1997, Furniss, James Fye, Charles Gail, Peter Gamsby, John Garner, Troy Garrett, Ian Gauld, Edwin Gibson, Jack Giglio, Graziano Gilfi llian, Keith Glanzer, Charles , 53 Glenny, Robb , 78 Goebel, Robert , 87 Goldstein, Jonah Gordillo, Guillermo Gorham, A Gowdy, Jon Graves, John Grella, Mike Griffi n, Galen Gryparis, George Guckenberger, Wayne Guren, Adam Guevara, Charles , 85 Gutierrez, Pato Gutierrez, Richard Gwin, John Hadges, Jason Hallowell, John Hardwick, John Hardy, Douglas A Hargrove, Scott Harper, Everett L , 86 Harrington, Chris Harris, Dwayne Hartwig, Charles Haupert, Gaston Hauptman, Steve Haviland, B Haywood, Jeff , Heaps, Jay Heckert, Kenneth Helgason, Hordur Heller, John Heller, Morton Heller, William Helton, Kyle Henderson, Josh Hendrix, Noble Henrique, Lavie Henry, C.T , 93 Henry, Douglas Hernandez, Oboardo Hicks, Robert Himelright, Richard Hinds, Douglas P Hines, Ralph Hinkle, Arthur D Hitchcock, Bouldin S Hoag, Patrick C Hochreiter, Pete Hoffman, Douglas Hohlstein, William Holcombe, Jeffrey W Hollman, Douglas C Holmes, William P Holt, Robert A Hough, Coles Howe, Barrett Howe, Humphrey Hubbard, Kenneth Hunter, John Huntley, William W , 78 Huston, Graham Hutchinson, Scott L Hyde, Henry Ilicic, Boris Ing, Robert Ingram, John Izaquirre, Simon Jack, Claude Jacobs, David H Jakob, Walter James, Frederick James, Robert G Jaworowski, Robert A Jeffries, Michael Jeidy, Craig Jenkins, Robert Jepson, Tim Johnson, David R Johnson, Robert H Johnson, Wade Johnston, Patrick A Johnston, Ronald Jones, Barney Jones, Charles Jones, Curtis Jones, David Jordan, H.G Jordan, Henry Jubanowsky, David L Kain, Thomas J Kalkbrenner, William Karpovich, William , 90 Kaufman, Wallace , 60 Kefalas, John C Kelly, Brian Kelly, Joe Kephart, William Kerlew, Ryan Kerr, John J Kiel, Douglas P Klein, John D Knickerbocker, Don Knowlton, Horace A Knull, Steven A Knutsson, Atli Kramer, Danny Kreidler, David , 58 Kreis, Jason Kurtz, William B Kwon, Andy Lachman, Derek Lagerwey, Garth Lambert, Douglas P Landesberg, Harold Landon, Gordon , 50 Lane, Thomas K Lang, Gordon Lattimore, George M Lau, John Lauker, Curtis Lavie, Henrique Lazare, Mark D Leavens, John Lehmann, Dan Leon-Ponte, Oboardo Lerner, Glen J Lesneski, Dick Lewis, David N Lewis, Richard Lewkowitz, Noah Lieb, Sean Lieber, Corey Lindstrom, Malcolm Linenberger, Michael J Little, Donald Lui, Mason Loeb, Ted Loftis, Cedric Loftus, Chris Lolla, Kenneth Lotham, Eric William Lotham, Louis R Lyttle, John Marshall, Eric Maslin, Scott Mastrelli, Adam Mattern, Mark Matthews, Jim Mattson, James Maynard, Steve Mayock, Matt McClendon, Jamal McCoy, Sean McCoy, Steven R McCreeny, Richard A McCuddy, Bob McDaniel, David McGinnis, George McGrane L McIntosh, Donald McLean, David McMahon, J.A McNamara, Thomas N Meade, Richard Meadows, John M Menken, Ken Miller, Christopher G Miller, Danny Miller, Peter M Miller, William Minckler, David A Minor, Henry H Miro-Quesada, Oscar M Mitch, Thomas J Mitchell, Arthur W Mitschele, George Moghim, Bobby Moller, Peter Montgomery, Douglas More, Douglas G Morgan, Kevin E Morris, Douglas L Morris, Joseph Morrissey, John Morton, John Morton, John Mueller, Robert J , 64 Murray, Brian E.T Murray, Richard Natelli, Thomas Navarro, Bruce C Newbill, Charles Newbill, James Noble, Scott , 2002 Noonan, Mark D Northam, Richard Ochsenreiter, J Okafor, Lekwuwa Olson, Darin E Olson, Wallace Oppenheimer, Robert H Orr, Richard "Hub" Orr, Jack Osberg, David K Ossola, J.J , 94 Ost, John Oswald, Curtis Brent Otto, Eric Palmer, Jack Papadakis, Justin Parker, Jon W Pascioni, Ryan Pate, Stephen Patton, David B , 76 Penalosa, Enrique L Perea, Trevor Perfect, Chase Piver, Waren T Place, Stephen Richard Plowden, John G Pope, Zachary Power, Garrett Power, Stephen V Prange, Henry D Pray, Harold Prieto, Luis M Pringle, Ashmead F Probst, Robert F Quebin, Ghazi , 60 Ramsey, Brad Ramsey, Jullian L Rauh, Ted Rea, J. George Reese, Herbert Reisenfeld, Robert J Rettig, William T Rhoads, Edward Richardson, James C Richmond, C Ridley, John Rigioni, Rodrigo Riley, William Riquezes, Jose Robinson, Marlon Rockwood, Thomson W Rodensky, Art Rogers, David Rogers, Theodore Rohde, William C Rolf, T.D , Romano, Jeffrey Romm, Miles , 98 Roscoe, Justin T Ross, Dean Ross, Richmond Rostad, Arne Roth, William J Rubin, David B Rullkoeter, Paul Russell, Robert Ruzinsky, Bruce Ryan, Thomas Sachs, Steven W Sakuda, Kevin Sanchez, Demetrio Schaeffer, William Schiller, Peter Schroeder, Frederic Schull, Edwin Sedlack, Don Senhouser, William Seward, Albert L Shattuck, Matt Short, Bob Short, Timothy , 78 Siebeneck, A.J Siegal, Lawrence Sinsabaugh, Joseph Sipolski, Joseph Sirchio, Kris Skinner, Steven L Smiley, Barry Smith, Earl E Smith, Sam Smith, Steve Lee Smith, Steve Snyder, James M , Snyder, William G Spiritos, Jeffrey I Spitz, John Stacey, John , 60 Stanson, Jason Stattenfi eld, Daniel Stein, Kevin Steinman, Kurt Stevens, Barry W Stewert, Bob Stone, Thomas Strauch, David Strauch, Richard Studstrup, Standley K Sturdy, Christopher R Swank, Josh Tanaka, Shin , 49 Tao, Jeremiah Tarr, John Albert Thomas, Charles Thomas, Mark P Thomas, William L Thommen, Harry Tita, William T Toledo, Jose Trowbridge, Justin Tylka, Leonard D Tymeson, Craig S Ulrich, Joseph Valenti, Joseph, C Van Blarcom, Peter Vennell, Everett Victorsson, Victor Videira, Michael Vieth, Tim Viggiano, Dante Vigil, Ronald Vogdes, James Volpe, Tony , Vosburgh, Frederick Wadsworth, Spencer Wainwright, Peter C Walker, Irving E Walter, Henry Walters, Jim Waltz, Kenneth Weadock, Kelly J Weighter, Jason L Weiner, Michael Weinhardt, Lewis W Wenzel, Herman Wheaton, Scott White, Matt Whitfi eld, Evan Wilbor, Garry Williamson, Carl B Willingham, Howard E Willis, Daniel A , 73 Willman, Judd Wilson, Richard Winkin, John Wiseman, Keith R , Woodyard, David H Wooley, John Woolley, Joseph L Wright, Edward D Wurm, Phillip Wymer, Danny Yankee, Chris Yoars, Peter Young, William Zavertnik, O.V Zbikowski, F.W
13 All-Time Results K.C. Gerard Record 13 Years 1935 (4-1-1) HIGH POINT W 3-2 at High Point L 1-4 at High Point Y W 2-1 HIGH POINT Y W 2-1 DAVIDSON W 3-1 at Davidson T (4-0) at High Point W 3-1 HIGH POINT W 1-0 DAVIDSON W 4-1 at Davidson W (5-0) at Davidson W 3-0 CATAWBA W 6-0 at Catawba W 5-0 NORTH CAROLINA W 2-1 DAVIDSON W (7-1) ASU TEACHERS W 3-2 DAVIDSON W 3-1 CATAWBA W 5-2 HIGH POINT L 0-10 HIGH POINT (2 OT) W 5-4 ASU TEACHERS W 3-0 CATAWBA W 3-1 DAVIDSON W (3-3-3) at Navy T 0-0 HIGH POINT T 1-1 at Davidson W 1-0 DAVIDSON W 3-0 at High Point L 0-4 SETON HALL T 2-2 at Davidson L 0-2 CLEMSON W 3-0 at Clemson L (2-5) MARYLAND L 0-2 HIGH POINT L 0-1 at Navy L 0-2 FROSTBURG L 0-2 at High Point L 1-2 DAVIDSON W 2-0 DAVIDSON W (1-6-2) at Maryland L 0-5 at High Point L 0-3 at Navy L 0-2 DAVIDSON W 6-0 HIGH POINT L 1-2 WESTCHESTER L 1-3 at Davidson T 2-2 HIGH POINT Y T 3-3 at High PointY L (0-3) at N.C. Pre-Flight L 0-3 NAVY L 0-2 N.C. PRE-FLIGHT L (0-3) N.C. PRE-FLIGHT L 1-2 at N.C. Pre-Flight L 3-4 at Navy L (1-1-1) NORTH CAROLINA (OT) W 3-2 FRENCH PRE-FLIGHT L 0-5 NORTH CAROLINA (OT) T (5-1-1) NORTH CAROLINA W 3-1 VIRGINIA W 6-0 at North Carolina W 3-1 at Navy L 0-3 at Virgnia T 1-1 at North Carolina W 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA W (4-2-1) VIRGINIA T 3-3 at High Point W 6-1 at Navy L 0-3 at North Carolina L 3-7 HIGH POINT W 9-2 NORTH CAROLINA W 3-1 at Virginia W (5-1-1) at Washington & Lee W 3-1 at R.P.I. W 12-1 at High Point W 3-1 at North Carolina T 0-0 at Virginia W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA L 1-2 HIGH POINT W 4-3 James Bly Record 17 Years 1949 (3-4) VIRGINIA W 2-0 at N.C. State L 1-2 N.C. STATE W 2-0 NORTH CAROLINA L 0-1 at North Carolina L 0-2 WASHINGTON & LEE W 3-0 MARYLAND L (4-2-1) R.P.I. W 7-0 at N.C. State T 1-1 at Maryland L 1-4 NORTH CAROLINA W 3-0 at North Carolina L 0-1 at Virginia W 3-2 WASHINGTON & LEE W (5-2) VIRGINIA W 5-2 at N.C. State W 1-0 at North Carolina L 2-3 NORTH CAROLINA W 6-0 at Washington & Lee W 5-0 N.C. STATE W 5-0 MARYLAND L (6-1-1) at Virginia W 4-0 at N.C. State W 9-2 at Maryland (2 OT) T 1-1 NORTH CAROLINA W 3-1 PENN STATE L 1-4 WASHINGTON & LEE W 10-0 at North Carolina W 3-1 N.C. STATE W (6-3, ACC 2-1) GEORGETOWN W 10-0 MARYLAND L 1-5 at V.M.I. W 11-1 at Washington & Lee W 4-1 N.C. STATE W 3-0 at Franklin & Marshall W 2-0 at Penn State L 0-5 at North Carolina W 5-2 VIRGINIA L (4-5, ACC 1-5) at Maryland L 1-2 at Virginia L 0-4 at N.C. State L 1-2 at North Carolina L 1-2 at Roanoke College W 4-3 FROSTBURG W 2-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 NORTH CAROLINA L 0-2 WASHINGTON & LEE W (4-4, ACC 2-4) PITTSBURGH W 1-0 at Washington & Lee W 2-1 N.C. STATE L 1-3 VIRGINIA W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA L 0-1 MARYLAND L 1-2 at N.C. State W 3-1 at North Carolina L (6-2, ACC 2-2) at Davidson W 9-0 at Maryland L 1-3 at Virginia L 0-2 at North Carolina W 3-0 WASHINGTON & LEE W 2-1 ROANOKE W 4-2 NORTH CAROLNA W 3-0 at N.C. State W (3-3-2, ACC 1-2-1) DAVIDSON W 4-1 at Roanoke T 2-2 VIRGINIA (Win by Forfeit) L 0-1 N.C. STATE W 2-0 at Washington & Lee L 1-2 at V.M.I. W 4-1 MARYLAND L 1-3 at North Carolina T (3-5-1, ACC 0-4) NAVY L 0-5 at Davidson W 3-2 WASHINGTON & LEE T 3-3 PFEIFFER W 11-0 at Virginia L 3-7 at N.C. State L 1-2 at Maryland L 2-7 ROANOKE W 5-0 NORTH CAROLINA L (2-7, ACC 1-3) at Navy L 1-7 at Roanoke L 2-3 at Pfeiffer W 2-0 at Washington & Lee L 1-3 DAVIDSON L 2-3 N.C. STATE W 4-1 VIRGINIA L 2-3 MARYLAND L 2-6 at North Carolina L (5-2-2, ACC 2-1-1) ROANOKE W 7-1 WASHINGTON & LEE W 3-0 at Maryland L 1-6 at Davidson L 0-1 at Virginia W 4-0 at N.C. State T 2-2 at Lynchburg T 1-1 PFEIFFER W 8-0 NORTH CAROLINA W (7-3, ACC 4-1) at South Carolina W 5-0 WESTCHESTER L 1-2 at Washington & Lee W 11-2 N.C. STATE W 7-0 MARYLAND L 0-2 at Navy L 0-5 VIRGINIA W 3-1 LYNCHBURG W 2-1 DAVIDSON W 5-1 at North Carolina W (7-3, ACC 2-2) APPALACHIAN STATE W 9-0 ROANOKE W 7-1 at Virginia W 4-1 WASHINGTON & LEE W 7-0 at Davidson W 5-0 at N.C. State W 5-1 NAVY L 1-4 at Maryland L 1-3 at Lynchburg W 2-0 NORTH CAROLINA L (3-6-1, ACC 1-2-1) WASHINGTON-St. LOUIS W 5-3 DAVIDSON L 2-3 at Trenton State L 2-3 at West Chester State L 0-2 at Roanoke W 2-1 N.C. STATE W 3-0 MARYLAND L 0-4 VIRGNIA L 2-3 LYNCHBURG L 1-4 at North Carolina T (3-6-1, ACC 1-2-1) ROANOKE L 0-1 at Davidson L 1-5 at Lynchburg W 2-0 BRIDGEPORT L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE W 5-1 at N.C. State L 1-4 at Virginia W 2-0 at Navy L 0-5 at Maryland L 0-8 NORTH CAROLINA T (4-8, ACC 1-3) at Appalachian State W 4-0 AMERICAN W 6-4 DAVIDSON W 6-0 VIRGINIA L 3-4 N.C. STATE W 5-1 MARYLAND L 1-8 at Navy L 0-8 at Lynchburg College L 0-2 TRENTON STATE L 1-7 at North Carolina L 0-3 at Rollins (OT) L 3-4 Miami (at Winter Park, Fla.) L
14 All-Time Results Roy Skinner Record 11 Years 1966 (4-6, ACC 2-2) APPALACHIAN STATE W 5-1 at N.C. State W 2-0 at Roanoke (2 OT) L 1-2 at Davidson W 4-0 LYNCHBURG L 0-1 NAVY L 0-8 at Virginia W 3-1 at Maryland L 0-4 SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE L 1-3 NORTH CAROLINA L (7-4, ACC 3-2) at Appalachian State W 2-1 PFEIFFER W 4-1 at Clemson W 5-2 VIRGINIA W 2-1 at Lynchburg W 4-1 SOUTH FLORIDA L 2-3 N.C. STATE W 1-0 TRENTON STATE L 1-4 DAVIDSON W 3-0 MARYLAND L 0-3 at North Carolina L (6-4, ACC 2-3) APPALACHIAN STATE W 8-1 CLEMSON W 3-2 LYNCHBURG W 2-1 at Virginia L 2-8 at Pfeiffer W 3-2 at N.C. State L 5-6 EAST STROUDSBURG L 1-4 at Davidson W 4-1 at Maryland L 0-4 NORTH CAROLINA W (7-4, ACC 3-2) DAVIDSON W 3-2 at Lynchburg L 0-2 at Appalachian State W 3-0 VIRGINIA L 0-2 PFEIFFER W 6-0 at Clemson W 3-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 at East Stroudsburg L 1-4 at Trenton State W 2-1 at North Carolina W 1-0 MARYLAND L (8-3, ACC 2-3) APPALACHIAN STATE W 5-0 at Pfeiffer W 6-0 at Davidson W 1-0 GUILFORD W 8-1 at N.C. State W 3-1 at Virginia L 1-2 CLEMSON W 5-1 EAST STROUDSBURG W 3-2 EAST CAROLINA W 6-1 at Maryland L 0-6 NORTH CAROLINA L (8-3, ACC 3-2) at East Carolina W 3-1 at Appalachian State W 6-2 PFEIFFER W 7-1 DAVIDSON W 8-3 at Guilford W 4-0 N.C. STATE W 2-1 VIRGINIA W 2-1 at Clemson W 2-0 TRENTON STATE L 0-3 MARYLAND L 0-2 at North Carolina L (7-3-2, ACC 2-1-2) HIGH POINT W 7-0 APPALACHIAN STATE W 5-2 at Pfeiffer W 8-1 at Davidson W 6-0 at N.C. State T 1-1 EAST CAROLINA W 4-0 at Virginia W 1-0 EAST STROUDSBURG L 1-2 CLEMSON (2 OT) L 0-1 at Maryland W 2-1 NORTH CAROLINA (2 OT) T 2-2 Howard20 L (8-3, ACC 2-3) at Guilford W 6-2 at UNC-Wilmington W 4-0 DAVIDSON W 6-0 at Appalachian State W 4-2 VIRGINIA L 0-2 N.C. STATE W 2-0 at East Carolina W 5-2 JACKSONVILLE W 5-0 at Clemson L 0-2 MARYLAND L 0-6 at North Carolina W (6-4-1, ACC 1-3-1) GUILFORD W 7-2 UNC WILMINGTON W 4-0 at Davidson W 2-1 APPALACHIAN STATE W 3-2 VIRGINIA TECH W 1-0 at N.C. State W 1-0 at Virginia L 0-2 EAST CAROLINA L 0-1 CLEMSON L 0-4 at Maryland L 1-3 NORTH CAROLINA T (4-5-2, ACC 2-2-1) PFEIFFER L 0-1 at UNC Wilmington L 0-1 at High Point T 1-1 ROLLINS L 0-1 N.C. STATE T 1-1 DAVIDSON W 1-0 VIRGINIA W 3-2 at East Carolina W 2-1 at Clemson L 0-8 MARYLAND W 2-0 at North Carolina L (6-6, ACC 1-4) GUILFORD (OT) L 2-3 HIGH POINT (OT) W 1-0 UNC CHARLOTTE W 8-0 EAST CAROLINA W 2-0 LYNCHBURG L 0-1 CLEMSON L 1-6 at Davidson W 2-1 at Virginia L 1-3 UNC WILMINGTON (OT) W 2-1 at N.C. State L 2-3 at Maryland L 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0 John Wilson Record 2 Years 1977 (4-8-1, ACC 1-4) at High Point W 1-0 at Guilford (OT) T 1-1 PFEIFFER L 0-2 JAMES MADISON L 0-1 at Navy L 2-3 at East Carolina W 3-1 at UNC Wilmington L 2-4 DAVIDSON W 8-0 at Clemson L 2-6 N.C. STATE W 2-1 VIRGINIA L 0-1 MARYLAND L 1-3 at North Carolina L (10-7-2, ACC 1-4) North Carolina1 L 2-3 East Carolina1 W 5-0 at Davidson W 3-0 GUILFORD W 2-0 at Pfeiffer W 4-2 EAST CAROLINA W 2-1 CLEMSON L 0-1 VIRGINIA TECH W 4-3 at Campbell T 1-1 at James Madison L 0-1 at Virginia L 2-4 at N.C. State L 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0 at Maryland L 0-3 at UMBC L 0-2 HIGH POINT W 3-0 NAVY W 2-1 UNC WILMINGTON T 1-1 at UNC Greensboro W 4-1 John Rennie 1979-Present Record 27 Years 1979 (10-7-1, ACC 1-4) East Carolina2 W 4-2 N.C. State2 L 2-4 DAVIDSON W 3-0 at Guilford W 1-0 at Clemson L 0-3 Loyola3 W 5-1 Michigan State3 W 2-0 at Virginia Tech L 1-2 VIRGINIA L 1-2 JAMES MADISON W 6-0 CAMPBELL W 1-0 N.C. STATE L 0-2 at North Carolina L 1-2 MARYLAND W 4-3 at High Point W 2-0 at Navy T 1-1 at UNC Wilmington L 1-2 at East Carolina W (15-4-3, ACC 4-0-2) ELON W 4-0 N.C. State4 W 6-1 North Carolina4 W 1-0 GUILFORD W 7-0 UNC CHARLOTTE W 4-0 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN W 6-0 CLEMSON W 3-1 at Brown (OT) T 1-1 at Connecticut L 1-6 at Lafayette W 4-2 ERSKINE W 1-0 at Campbell W 1-0 South Carolina5 L 1-2 Wake Forest5 W 5-2 at Maryland W 2-0 WINTHROP W 2-0 at Virginia (OT) T 2-2 at N.C. State (OT) T 0-0 UNC WILMINGTON L 0-1 NORTH CAROLINA W 3-2 Appalachian State20 W 2-1 Alabama A&M20 L (16-4, ACC 4-2) at Elon W 6-0 LOCK HAVEN STATE W 3-0 at American W 2-0 at Atlantic Christian W 1-0 at Clemson (OT) L 1-2 West Virginia6 W 3-0 at UNC Charlotte W 4-3 at Winthrop W 4-1 UNC GREENSBORO L 1-2 CAMPBELL W 5-1 SOUTH CAROLINA W 2-1 at Wake Forest W 5-0 MARYLAND W 5-0 VIRGINIA W 3-2 at UNC Wilmington W 7-2 N.C. STATE L 0-1 HARTWICK W 3-0 at North Carolina W 3-2 ALABAMA A&M20 (OT) L (22-1-2, ACC 4-0-2) COLLEGE CUP N.C. WESLEYAN W 7-0 ELON W 6-0 Vermont7 W 5-2 UCLA7 W 2-1 APPALACHIAN STATE8 W 4-1 AMERICAN8 W 2-0 UNC CHARLOTTE W 5-0 CLEMSON W 1-0 Loyola (Md.)9 (OT) W 2-1 William & Mary9 W 1-0 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN W 1-0 at Maryland (OT) T 1-1 at South Carolina W 4-0 at Campbell W 7-1 WINTHROP W 1-0 WAKE FOREST W 5-0 at Virginia (OT) T 2-2 UNC WILMINGTON W 6-0 at N.C. State W 4-3 NORTH CAROLINA W 5-1 SOUTH FLORIDA20 W 2-1 CLEMSON20 (OT) W 2-1 GEORGE MASON20 (OT) W 2-0 CONNECTICUT20 W 2-1 Indiana20 (8 OT) L
15 All-Time Results (18-2-2, ACC 4-1-1) BAPTIST W 5-0 at Atlantic Christian W 5-0 MARYLAND L 0-6 N.C. WESLEYAN W 1-0 TENNESSEE8 W 5-0 AKRON8 W 2-0 at Davidson W 3-0 Indiana9 (OT) T 0-0 Long Island9 (OT) W 2-1 at Clemson T 0-0 WILLIAM & MARY W 8-2 MARYLAND W 3-1 at UNC Charlotte W 6-1 at Winthrop W 4-1 CAMPBELL W 2-0 SOUTH CAROLINA W 1-0 at Wake Forest W 5-2 VIRGINIA W 1-0 at UNC Wilmington W 4-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 at North Carolina (OT) L 1-2 N.C. STATE20 W 2-1 ALABAMA A&M20 L (12-5-3, ACC 2-3-1) OLD DOMINION W 2-0 UNC CHARLOTTE W 4-0 TENNESSEE W 4-0 GEORGE MASON (OT) T 1-1 DAVIDSON W 2-0 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE13 W 3-2 UCLA13 L 0-2 at N.C. Wesleyan W 3-0 CLEMSON W 2-0 at Penn State L 0-1 at Richmond W 2-0 at Maryland W 3-0 ERSKINE W 3-0 at Campbell (OT) W 4-2 at South Carolina (OT) T 1-1 WAKE FOREST (OT) T 1-1 at Virginia L 2-4 UNC WILMINGTON W 5-1 at N.C. State L 3-4 NORTH CAROLINA (OT) L (16-5, ACC 4-2) Furman12 W 8-0 Georgia State12 W 5-2 UNC GREENSBORO W 3-0 N.C. WESLEYAN W 3-0 SOUTH FLORIDA13 W 2-0 INDIANA13 W 2-0 at Davidson L 0-1 at Clemson L 0-2 RICHMOND W 6-0 PENN STATE W 3-0 UNC Charlotte W 1-0 MARYLAND L 2-3 at George Mason (OT) W 3-2 CAMPBELL W 1-0 SOUTH CAROLINA L 0-1 at Wake Forest W 3-1 VIRGINIA W 1-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 STETSON W 10-0 at North Carolina W 4-0 South Carolina20 L (18-5-1, ACC 3-3) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Catawba12 L 1-2 Vanderbilt12 W 6-0 CONNECTICUT13 W 5-0 HARTWICK13 W 5-0 DAVIDSON W 6-0 at N.C. State L 3-4 DREXEL W 5-1 CLEMSON W 5-2 UNC CHARLOTTE W 2-0 at Maryland L 0-1 UNC GREENSBORO W 3-0 GEORGE MASON T 1-1 COL. OF CHARLESTON W 1-0 at South Carolina W 3-2 WAKE FOREST W 2-1 at Virginia L 0-4 Cal State Fullerton14 W 1-0 UCLA14 L 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0 SOUTH CAROLINA20 W 3-2 N.C. State20 W 2-0 LOYOLA (Md.)20 W 2-1 HARVARD20 W 3-1 Akron20 W (13-5-1, ACC 4-1-1) at North Carolina L 1-2 Winthrop12 W 4-0 Jacksonville12 W 7-0 N.C. WESLEYAN W 4-1 STANFORD13 (OT) W 2-1 EVANSVILLE13 (OT) L 0-1 N.C. STATE W 5-0 UNC GREENSBORO W 1-0 at Clemson W 2-0 UNC ASHEVILLE W 8-0 MARYLAND W 1-0 at Connecticut W 2-1 at Fairfi eld W 5-0 BELMONT ABBEY W 5-0 SOUTH CAROLINA L 0-1 VIRGINIA (OT) T 0-0 at Wake Forest W 1-0 N.C. STATE19 L 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA20 L (15-6, ACC 2-4) UNC ASHEVILLE W 8-0 Radford12 W 3-2 Virginia Tech12 W 7-2 SOUTHERN CONN. ST.13 W 2-0 SETON HALL13 W 4-0 USC-AIKEN W 4-0 at N.C. State W 1-0 NORTH CAROLINA W 2-1 CLEMSON L 0-4 N.C. WESLEYAN W 4-0 at Maryland L 2-3 at Campbell L 0-2 TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO W 5-0 COL. OF CHARLESTON W 5-1 at South Carolina W 3-1 BELMONT ABBEY W 2-0 at Virginia L 0-1 GREENSBORO COLLEGE W 1-0 WAKE FOREST (OT) L 0-1 Wake Forest19 W 2-1 North Carolina19 L (10-5-4, ACC 2-2-2) Fordham12 W 2-1 UNC Greensboro12 W 3-1 SANTA CLARA13 (OT) L 0-1 PORTLAND13 L 1-2 WINGATE W 7-0 SOUTH CAROLINA (OT) T 2-2 MARYLAND (OT) T 0-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 at North Carolina W 4-0 UNIV. OF THE SOUTH W 1-0 at Clemson L 1-3 BELMONT ABBEY W 2-0 VIRGINIA (OT) T 2-2 at Furman W 3-1 at Wake Forest L 0-1 N.C. STATE19 W 2-1 VIRGINIA19 W 1-0 WAKE FOREST19 (OT) T 2-2 South Carolina20 L (12-6-1, ACC 3-2-1) Jacksonville12 W 3-1 UNC Charlotte12 (OT) W 4-2 NOTRE DAME13 W 5-2 SMU13 (OT) L 0-1 BELMONT ABBEY W 3-0 at N.C. State L 1-3 DAVIDSON L 2-3 CLEMSON L 0-3 N.C. WESLEYAN W 6-1 at Maryland W 2-1 GUILFORD W 5-1 NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0 MERCER W 2-1 San Francisco10 W 3-1 Santa Clara10 L 0-2 at Virginia (OT) W 2-0 FURMAN W 3-1 WAKE FOREST (OT) T 0-0 WAKE FOREST19 (OT) L (10-9, ACC 2-4) SYRACUSE13 W 3-0 ILLINOIS STATE13 W 6-2 N.C. STATE W 2-1 DEPAUL W 2-0 at Davidson W 2-0 at Clemson L 1-2 N.C. WESLEYAN W 4-0 at Rutgers L 0-1 GUILFORD W 10-0 at North Carolina L 1-2 ROBERT MORRIS W 3-0 North Texas11 W 1-0 at SMU11 L 0-3 VIRGINIA (OT) L 2-5 WASHINGTON L 0-3 MARYLAND W 4-1 at Wake Forest L 1-4 FURMAN L 0-2 WAKE FOREST19 L (15-4-3, ACC 3-2-1) COLLEGE CUP Indiana16 W 1-0 Notre Dame16 W 2-1 GEORGE WASHINGTON15 W 4-1 RUTGERS15 W 1-0 DAVIDSON T 0-0 CLEMSON T 1-1 at Maryland W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0 ROBERT MORRIS W 5-2 WAKE FOREST L 0-3 at Furman W 2-0 Princeton17 W 2-1 Pennsylvania17 W 3-2 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 5-1 at Virginia W 2-1 N.C. WESLEYAN W 6-0 at N.C. State L 2-4 Clemson19 (OT) L 2-3 James Madison20 W 3-0 St. Louis20 W 4-3 SMU20 (OT) T 0-0 Virginia20 L (15-5, ACC 4-2) Mercer16 W 1-0 Colgate16 W 3-1 ROANOKE COLLEGE W 9-1 WILLIAM & MARY15 W 3-1 INDIANA15 L 1-2 EAST CAROLINA W 6-0 at Clemson L 1-3 at Davidson (OT) W 2-1 MARYLAND W 3-2 at North Carolina (OT) L 1-4 at Wake Forest W 1-0 FURMAN W 3-1 N.C. STATE W 2-1 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 4-0 VIRGINIA W 1-0 N.C. WESLEYAN W 7-0 FRANCIS MARION W 6-0 Maryland19 (OT) W 3-2 Virginia19 L 0-1 North Carolina20 L (15-7-1, ACC 3-3) Georgetown12 L 1-2 Alabama-Birmingham12 W 4-1 NEW HAMPSHIRE15 W 3-2 CREIGHTON15 L 1-3 EAST CAROLINA W 6-0 CLEMSON W 2-1 at Maryland L 1-3 DAVIDSON (OT) T 3-3 NORTH CAROLINA L 3-4 WAKE FOREST W 3-0 FURMAN W 4-0 at William & Mary W 2-1 at N.C. State L 0-1 at UNC Wilmington W 2-0 at Virginia (OT) W 2-1 MERCER W 14-0 MEMPHIS W 4-0 SMU (at Davidson, N.C.) W 1-0 North Carolina19 W 2-0 N.C. State19 (OT) W 2-0 Virginia19 L 0-1 Florida International20 (OT) W 2-1 James Madison20 L (16-7-1, ACC 3-2-1) COLLEGE CUP Creighton18 W 3-1 Drake18 W 3-0 ALA.-BIRMINGHAM15 W 4-1 UCLA15 (OT) W 4-3 at Clemson W 3-1 at Campbell W 4-3 MARYLAND L 1-2 at Davidson W 2-1 at North Carolina W 2-1 at Furman W 2-0 WILLIAM & MARY L 1-2 N.C. STATE L 1-2 UNC WILMINGTON W 7-1 VIRGINIA (OT) T 3-3 at Wake Forest W 4-0 COL. OF CHARLESTON L 0-2 JAMES MADISON L 1-2 WAKE FOREST19 W 3-1 VIRGINIA19 L 1-4 UNC GREENSBORO20 W 3-0 South Carolina20 W 2-0 JAMES MADISON20 W 3-2 Virginia20 W 3-2 Wisconsin20 L (12-7, ACC 3-3) AVERETT W 6-0 SMU16 W 2-0 AKRON15 W 1-0 AMERICAN15 W 2-0 CLEMSON W 2-1 CAMPBELL W 2-0 at Maryland L 1-4 DAVIDSON W 4-0 NORTH CAROLINA L 2-3 MARSHALL (OT) L 1-2 at UNC Wilmington W 6-0 at N.C. State W 3-0 AVERETT W 7-0 WAKE FOREST W 1-0 at Virginia L 1-6 South Carolina21 L 1-3 Col. of Charleston21 L 0-1 Clemson19 W 3-1 Virginia19 (OT) L 2-3
16 All-Time Results 1997 (15-5, ACC 4-2) PFEIFFER W 3-1 Louisville12 W 2-0 High Point12 W 3-0 PENN STATE22 W 4-0 INDIANA22 L 1-2 COL. OF CHARLESTON W 5-0 at Clemson W 5-1 APPALACHIAN STATE W 9-1 MARYLAND (OT) L 1-2 at North Carolina W 6-2 at Davidson W 1-0 UNC GREENSBORO W 4-1 at Wake Forest W 1-0 N.C. STATE W 1-0 UNC WILMINGTON W 6-2 VIRGINIA L 0-2 Cal State Fullerton23 W 4-1 at UCLA23 L 2-4 at Elon W 3-0 Maryland19 L (18-4, ACC 4-2) GEORGE MASON W 5-0 Iona12 W 3-1 Liberty12 W 3-0 RICHMOND24 W 1-0 JAMES MADISON24 W 1-0 at Col. of Charleston W 2-1 CLEMSON W 2-0 at Wofford W 4-0 at Maryland (OT) L 2-3 RADFORD (OT) W 2-1 NORTH CAROLINA W 2-0 DAVIDSON W 2-0 WAKE FOREST W 3-1 at N.C. State W 5-0 CAMPBELL W 1-0 at Virginia L 2-3 at UNC Greensboro (OT) W 3-2 ELON W 2-0 at Wake Forest19 W 1-0 Virginia19 (OT) W 3-1 Clemson19 L 0-1 JACKSONVILLE20 L (16-1-3, ACC) ACC CHAMPIONS Monmouth W 4-1 Charleston Southern12 W 7-0 Rutgers24 (OT) T 2-2 Connecticut24 (OT) W 2-1 at Clemson (OT) T 0-0 Wofford W 7-0 Maryland W 3-0 at North Carolina W 1-0 at George Mason W 3-0 at Wake Forest T 1-1 at Campbell W 3-0 Virginia W 3-0 Elon W 9-1 UNC Greensboro25 W 1-0 UNC Charlotte25 W 5-1 N.C. State (OT) W 3-2 North Carolina19 W 4-0 Virginia19 (3OT) W 2-1 UMBC 20 (OT) W 4-3 Santa Clara20 L (15-6, 5-1 ACC) vs. St. John's L 0-1 at UConn L 1-4 Long Island24 W 5-0 Butler24 W 6-0 Campbell W 4-1 Clemson W 3-2 at Maryland W 2-0 Radford L 2-3 North Carolina L 2-4 Buffalo W 4-0 American W 4-2 at N.C. State W 7-0 High Point W 1-0 at Virginia W 3-2 vs. Charlotte25 W 5-4 UNC Greensboro25 W 5-0 Wake Forest W 2-1 vs. Maryland19 (2OT) W 2-1 vs. Virginia19 L 0-3 at South Carolina20 W 1-0 at Brown20 L (8-10-1, 2-4 ACC) vs. Massachusetts W 3-0 vs. Northwestern L 0-1 Richmond24 W 4-0 South Florida24 (OT) L 1-2 at Radford W 2-0 Maryland W 1-0 at North Carolina L 0-1 at Rutgers27 (2OT) L 2-3 vs. St. John's27 (2OT) L 1-2 Mercer W 4-1 N.C. State W 2-0 at Campbell (OT) W 2-1 Virginia (OT) L 0-1 UNC Greensboro25 (2OT) L 1-2 Charlotte25 L 0-1 Appalachian State W 3-1 at Wake Forest L 0-2 at Clemson L 0-4 vs. Wake Forest19 (PKs) T (11-8-1, 3-3 ACC) Holy Cross (2OT) T 1-1 Georgia Southern W 3-0 George Washington24 (2OT) W 2-1 South Carolina24 L 0-3 Clemson (2OT) W 2-1 Radford W 3-2 at Maryland L 0-3 North Carolina W 1-0 Davidson W 2-1 Lehigh L 1-2 Manhattan W 4-1 at N.C. State W 3-1 Campbell W 3-1 at Virginia L 1-3 vs. UNC Greensboro25 W 2-1 at Charlotte25 L 0-1 Wake Forest L 0-2 Georgia State W 1-0 vs. Virginia19 L 1-4 William & Mary20 L (8-10-1, 2-4 ACC) Liberty28 W 4-0 Georgia Southern28 W 2-1 William & Mary24 L 1-2 UCSB24 L 1-2 at Clemson L 1-2 at Campbell (2OT) T 1-1 Maryland L 0-2 at North Carolina (2OT) L 2-3 Harvard L 2-3 at Davidson L 0-2 Northwestern L 1-2 N.C. State W 3-0 Virginia W 3-1 Dartmouth W 4-0 UNC Greensboro25 W 3-1 Charlotte25 (OT) W 1-0 at Wake Forest L 0-4 South Florida W 5-2 vs. Wake Forest19 L (18-6, 4-3 ACC) COLLEGE CUP Emory & Henry W 10-0 Temple29 W 3-0 St. Francis (N.Y.)29 W 5-0 Columbia24 W 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson24 W 2-0 Campbell W 3-0 Clemson W 1-0 East Carolina W 3-2 at Maryland W 2-1 Appalachian State W 3-0 North Carolina W 3-2 Virginia Tech L 0-1 Georgia State W 4-0 at N.C. State L 0-1 UNC Asheville W 2-0 at Virginia (OT) L 2-3 at South Carolina L 0-1 Wake Forest W 3-2 vs. Virginia19 L 1-3 Coastal Carolina20 W 3-0 vs. Old Dominion20 W 2-1 Ohio State20 W 3-0 at Virginia20 W 3-0 vs. UCSB20 L (12-5-3, ACC) Long Island W 2-0 at Saint Louis W 3-1 Charleston24 (OT) W 3-2 St. John's24 L 1-4 Wake Forest (2OT) W 3-2 at Virginia Tech (2OT) T 2-2 Temple W 5-0 Longwood W 3-1 at Boston College W 3-0 Maryland L 1-3 Western Illinois W 2-0 at Virginia L 0-1 N.C. State W 6-0 Stony Brook W 2-1 at North Carolina T 0-0 Clemson L 1-3 vs. Virginia Tech19 W 2-0 vs. Maryland19 W 4-2 vs. North Carolina (2OT)19 T *0-0 Creighton20 L 1-2 *Duke won 5-4 on penalty kicks Key: All-Time Results 1 Mayor's Cup Tournament, Raleigh, N.C.; 2 Mayor's Cup Tournament, Greenville, N.C.; 3 Loyola Tournament, Baltimore, Md. ; 4 Mayor's Cup Tournament, Chapel Hill, N.C.; 5 Port City Classic, Wilmington, N.C.; 6 Old Dominion Tournament, Norfolk, Va.; 7 adidas-adelphi Classic, Garden City, N.Y.; 8 Duke Invitational, Durham, N.C.; 9 William & Mary Invitational, Williamsburg, Va.; 10 MetLife Soccer Cup, Santa Clara, Calif; 11 SMU Soccer Classic, Dallas, Texas; 12 Wolfpack Classic, Raleigh, N.C.; 13 Metropolitan Life Soccer Classic, Durham, N.C.;14 Metropolitan Life Soccer Classic, Los Angeles, Calif.; 15 MetLife-adidas Soccer Classic, Durham, N.C.; 16 adidas-metlife Soccer Classic, Bloomington, Ind.; 17 Lanzera/Sheraton Classic, Charlottesville, Va.; 18 Creighton Tournament, Omaha, Neb.; 19 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament; 20 NCAA Tournament; 21 College of Charleston Tournament, Charleston, S.C.; 22 adidas-foot Locker Soccer Classic, Durham, N.C.; 23 UCLA Tournament, Los Angeles, Calif.; 24 Duke/adidas Soccer Classic, Durham, N.C.; 25 Big Four Tournament; 26 Bob Stores's UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn.; 27 Rutgers/Adidas Classic; 28 Wolfpack Classic, Durham, N.C.; 29 adidas/wolfpack Classic, Durham, N.C. The 2005 team claimed the program's fourth ACC Championship with a 5-4 shootout victory over North Carolina 35