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1 Princeton Soccer 2008 Table of Contents and Quick Facts Table of Contents Quick Facts...1 Table of Contents Roster...2 Head Coach Jim Barlow...3 Assistant Coaches...4 Soccer Support Staff...5 Player Bios Year in Review Opponent Information...14 Opponent Series History...15 Year-by-Year Results Honors/Awards Individual/Team Records Coaching History...23 Princeton in the MLS...24 All-Time Letterwinners Princeton and the Ivy League...28 Media Guide Credits The 2008 Princeton men s soccer media guide was produced by Kristy McNeil in the Office of Athletic Communications. Principal photography by Beverly Schaefer. Others from Princeton archives. Printing by Ebsco Media. General Information Location... Princeton, N.J. Founded Enrollment...4,600 (undergraduates) President...Shirley Tilghman Athletic Director... Gary D. Walters 67 Athletics Phone...(609) Nickname... Tigers Colors... Orange and Black Coaching Staff Head Coach...Jim Barlow (13th year) Alma Mater...Princeton 91 Princeton Record Career Record...same Office Phone...(609) Fax...(609) Assistant Coach... Steve Totten (1st year) Alma Mater...Virginia 01 Office Phone...(609) Assistant Coach...Tom Moffat (3rd year) Alma Mater...Rowan Office Phone...(609) Volunteer Assistant Coach...Paul Oliu (1st season) Alma Mater... Mount Olive 90 Program History First Varsity Season Institution Record (.559) Ivy League Titles...6 (1957, 60, 88, 93, 99, 01) NCAA Appearances...7 (1977, 79, 89, 93, 95, 99, 01) Team Information NCAA Level...Division I Conference... Ivy League Home Field...Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium/grass 2007 Record overall, 3-4 Ivy (t-4th) 2007 Home Record Away Record Neutral Record Letterwinners Returning/Lost...19/9 Starters Returning/Lost...8/3 Newcomers...9 Captain... Devin Muntz Athletic Communications Associate Director of Athletics, Communications...Jerry Price Administrative Assistant...Donna Nebbia Director of Athletic Media Relations... Craig Sachson Director of Athletic Communications...Yariv Amir Assistant Director... Andrew Borders Assistant Director (Soccer Contact)...Kristy McNeil Office Phone...(609) Fax...(609) Roberts Stadium Press Box...(609) Tiger Sports Hotline...(609) Web site... Follow the Tigers On-Line at: 1

2 2008 Roster Princeton Soccer 2008 No. Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/Previous Club Team 0 Thomas Gasparini GK So Rye, N.Y./Rye Country Day School/Beachside SC 1 Joe Walter GK Sr Montclair, N.J./Montclair Kimberley Academy/PDA Conquistadors 2 Zach Wyzgoski F Fr Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Andover/Bloomfield Force 3 Brad Fechter M Sr Westfield, N.J./Pingry School/PDA Conquistadors 4 Ben Harms F Jr East Windsor, N.J./Hightstown/Match-Fit United 5 Manny Sardinha M/F Fr San Diego, Calif./Francis W. Park/San Diego Surf SC 6 Pat Farrell D Sr Blue Bell, Pa./Penn Charter/PSC Coppa 7 Devin Muntz M Jr Macungie, Pa./Upper Perkiomen/FC Delco Crunch 8 Colby Hahn M Fr Coto De Caza, Calif./Tesoro/Irvine Strikers 9 Brian Brady D/M Sr Bethesda, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase/Reston FC 10 Jason Adams M Sr Wheeling, W. Va./The Linsly School/Beadling SC 11 Brandon Busch M/F So San Diego, Calif./The Bishop s School/Arsenal FC 12 Tim Sedwitz D/M So San Diego, Calif./La Jolla Country Day School/San Diego Surf SC 13 Antoine Hoppenot M Fr Princeton, N.J./Princeton Day School/Princeton Union Danny Steiner D Jr Pacific Palisades, Calif./Brentwood School/West Valley Samba 15 Josh Walburn D So St. Louis, Mo./Priory School/Scott Gallagher SC 16 Peter Callahan M So Princeton, N.J./Princeton/Match-Fit United 17 Stephen Park M Fr Iverness, Ill./Shattuck-St. Mary s /Sockers FC 18 Nate Krinsky D Jr Manchester, N.H./Concord/Seacoast United 19 Matt Callahan M So Princeton, N.J./Princeton/Match-Fit United 20 Iiro Honkanen M/D So Tucson Ariz./Catalina Foothills/AZ Nike Rush 21 Teddy Schneider D/M So Califon, N.J./Delbarton School/PDA Vieira 22 Paolo Iaccarino F Fr Newport Beach, Calif./Corona del Mar/Pateadores 23 Ben Burton D So Minneapolis, Minn./Benilde-St. Margaret s/wings National 24 Charlie Lin D Fr Saratoga, Calif./Lynbrook/De Anza Force Alex Thompson D So Nashville, Tenn./University School/Brentwood Burn 27 Sean Lynch GK So Oceanside, N.Y./Oceanside/B.W. Gottschee 30 Matt Care M Sr Newtown, Pa./The Hun School/PSC Coppa Head Coach: Jim Barlow Assistant Coaches: Steve Totten, Tom Moffat Volunteer Assistant Coach: Paul Oliu Pronunciations Farrell Fechter Hoppenot Iiro Honkanen Iaccarino Muntz Sardinha Wyzgoski fair-el feck-terr ope-ah-no ear-o honk-a-nin ike-a-rino munts sard-een-yah why-goss-key Breakdown by Position Forward (3): Harms, Iaccarino, Wyzgoski Midfield (12): Adams, Busch, M. Callahan, P. Callahan, Care, Fechter, Hahn, Honkanen, Hoppenot, Muntz, Park, Sardinha Defense (10): Brady, Burton, Farrell, Krinsky, Lin, Schneider, Sedwitz, Steiner, Thompson, Walburn Goal (3): Gasparini, Lynch, Walter Breakdown by Class Seniors (6): Adams, Brady, Care, Farrell, Fechter, Walter Juniors (4): Harms, Krinsky, Muntz, Steiner Sophomores (11): Burton, Busch, M. Callahan, P. Callahan, Gasparini, Honkanen, Lynch, Schneider, Sedwitz, Thompson, Walburn Freshmen (7): Hahn, Hoppenot, Iaccarino, Lin, Park, Sardinha, Wyzgoski, Busch, Hahn, Iaccarino, Lin, Sardinha, Sedwitz, Steiner Honkanen Breakdown by State Burton Walburn Park Farrell, Muntz, Wyzgoski Care Thompson Gasparini, Lynch Brady Adams Krinsky Callahan, Fechter, Harms, Hoppenot, Schneider, Walter 2

3 Princeton Soccer 2008 Head Coach Jim Barlow Jim Barlow enters his 13th season at the helm of the men s soccer program at his alma mater Princeton. He has guided the Tigers to an record during his 12 seasons, as the second longest tenured coach in the Ivy League. Barlow has led Princeton to two Ivy League Championships, in 1999 and 2001, and two subsequent NCAA Tournament appearances. A native of nearby Hightstown, N.J., Barlow was named Princeton s head coach in 1996 at age 26 after his collegiate coach and mentor, current U.S. National Team coach Bob Bradley, left the Tigers to become an assistant coach for D.C. United of the Major League Soccer organization. Barlow compiled 22 wins over his first three seasons at Princeton before coaching the 1999 Tigers to an impressive record, an Ivy League title and a subsequent berth in the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers earned their first outright Ivy League Championship since 1960 that season and took Virginia to triple overtime in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Princeton s 11 wins that season marked the second highest single-season victory total in the program s 94-year history. Two seasons later, the 2001 squad finished with a overall record and shared the Ivy League title with a conference mark. During that year, Barlow coached Mike Nugent, Princeton s first Ivy League Player of the Year since he won the award himself in Along with Nugent winning the league s top honor, Matt Behncke took home the Roper Trophy as Princeton s top male athlete of high scholastic rank and sportsmanship. Both Nugent and Behncke were drafted by MLS professional clubs later that year, as two of five players Barlow has coached that later competed in the MLS. The Tigers finished in Ivy play in 2004, staying in the hunt for the league title until the season s final weekend, and Darren Spicer 06 was named the program s third Ivy League Player of the Year after scoring a league-high 12 goals. In 2005, Princeton rebounded from a slow start to finish in its final five Ivy League games and overall. The Tigers played a schedule that featured several teams ranked in the Top 10 in the NSCAA poll, including an Akron team that would eventually be ranked No. 1 nationally. Barlow continues to test his alma mater with top-notch opponents, as the 2007 squad faced five teams that competed in the NCAA Tournament. A three-time first-team all-ivy League midfielder, Barlow became the first Tiger to earn Ivy League Player of the Year honors capturing the award in In 1989, he helped the Tigers reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1979 season, and he was the 1987 Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Barlow earned a degree in history from Princeton in A prep standout at Hightstown High School, Barlow was named the 1986 New Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Player of the Year and captained the 1988 under-19 national champion, the Union Lancers. He was a member of the inaugural Hightstown High School Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame in 1999, and the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Hall of Fame in Barlow brings to Princeton a coaching resume that few college coaches can boast. Since 2004, he has been the head coach of the United States Under-15 National Team. The Under-15 program aims to prepare players for the next step in their soccer careers, and helps identify, evaluate and develop prospects for the Under-17 and Under-18 National teams. This past season, on top of competing domestically in California, Illinois and Missouri, the U-15 traveled to Madrid, Spain to compete in four friendlies with the city s top youth squads. Holding a U.S. Soccer A coaching license, Barlow has also been an assistant coach for the U.S. Under-16 National Team that placed fourth in the 2000 Tahuichi Tournament in Bolivia. He has also served on the USYS Region I staff, coached New Jersey and Maryland ODP teams, and trained a Princeton Soccer Association Under-16 squad. Prior to being named head coach at Princeton, Barlow was an assistant coach at American University for four years while earning a master s degree in education. Barlow is married to Patty Kennedy, an instructor in the Princeton University Writing Program and is an assistant coach with the women s lacrosse program. The couple resides in Montgomery, N.J. Barlow s Collegiate Coaching Record Year School Overall Ivy 1996 Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Totals The Barlow Brief Education Princeton University, Bachelor s in History (1991) American University, Master s in Education (1994) Playing Experience Princeton University, Awards 1987 Ivy League Rookie of the Year 1990 Ivy League Player of the Year Highstown High School Hall of Fame Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Assoc. Hall of Fame Coaching Experience U.S. Under-15 National Team, Head Coach (2004-present) U.S. Under-15 National Team, Assistant Coach ( ) Princeton Union U-18 Team, Head Coach ( ) Princeton University, Head Coach (1996-present) American University, Assistant Coach ( ) New Jersey Olympic Development Program Coach Maryland Olympic Development Program Coach USYS Region I Staff Member 3

4 Assistant Coaches Princeton Soccer 2008 STEVE TOTTEN ASSISTANT COACH Steve Totten begins his first season on the bench as an assistant coach for the men s soccer team. He spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons as an assistant coach at American University under head coach Todd West. The Eagles were consistently ranked among the top teams in both the Patriot League and the region. A native of Allentown, N.J., Totten was a star player at The Peddie School before a standout career as a midfielder at the University of Virginia. He was a three-time captain and was voted the team s MVP his sophomore and junior years when he picked up second-team all-conference honors. The Cavaliers were ranked in the top 10 nationally in each of his four seasons and won the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship in 2000 and Virginia reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament three of his four seasons. As a sophomore, Totten recorded an assist on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 triple overtime victory over Princeton in the first round of the 1999 NCAA Tournament. Prior to his two-year stint at American, Totten was the head boy s soccer coach at Yorktown High School in Arlington, Va., for three seasons. He led the Patriots to a pair of national district championships and an appearance in the regional semifinals in 2005 when the program posted its best finish. Totten also has coaching experience with the Reston Football Club in Virginia, the National Cathedral School and D.C. United youth programs in Washington, D.C. and the Bethesda Phoenix club program in Maryland. He graduated from Virginia with a degree in economics and was drafted by the Chicago Fire with the first pick of the third round (26th overall) in the 2002 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. PAUL OLIU VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Paul Oliu rejoins the Princeton soccer staff for the 2008 season. He was a member of the staff from as the goalkeeper coach. Prior to his first stint at Princeton, he was the assistant coach at his alma mater Mount Olive College. A four-year starter for the Raiders, Oliu was the teams goalkeeper for three years and a forward for one season. He earned all-league honors at both positions. After graduation he played for the Penn/Jersey Spirit of the American Professional Soccer League and the Canton Invaders of the National Professional Soccer League. He is currently employed with CheckFree Investment Services as the Director of Marketing. Prior to joining CheckFree, Oliu spent 10 years at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers as an Assistant Vice President for the fixed income group. TOM MOFFAT ASSISTANT COACH Tom Moffat, a standout player at both Mercer County Community College and Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) in the 1970 s, is in his third year with the Princeton men s soccer staff. Moffat is a former trainer and evaluator for the Princeton Soccer Association and coach for the Hamilton/Hiberian United club program. He also assisted Princeton head coach Jim Barlow with the Princeton Union Under-17 team in Moffat was an all-conference player at Glassboro and played for a Mercer team that won a region title and was a national finalist in He also played for a state champion Steinert High School team in

5 Princeton Soccer 2008 Soccer Support Staff RUSS STEVES ATHLETIC TRAINER Russ Steves, Princeton s Director of Physical Therapy, has worked with the men s soccer team for 21 of his 23 years in two different stints at Princeton. He also works with the Tiger men and women s tennis teams and the men s track and field team and is the coordinator of physical therapy for Princeton s non-athlete student population. Steves graduated from University of Pittsburgh in 1983 with a bachelor s in physical therapy and a certification from the athletic training program. He began working at Princeton two years later and joined the men s soccer staff in 1987, when Bob Bradley was the coach and Jim Barlow was a freshman. Steves then earned his master s in education from Virginia in 1997 before returning to Princeton. His work with Princeton soccer helped him become the Director of Medical Liaisons for the Champions World U.S. Tour, as well as the team liaison for Manchester United s U.S. tour for two summers. In 2006, he was the team liaison for English Premier League champion Chelsea during the club s visit to the U.S. to play in the Major League Soccer All-Star Game. In the summer of 2005, he served as the team liaison for the Italian club AC Milan during its two-week trip to the United States. Steves is a self-proclaimed crazy soccer fan, having traveled to watch games in London (Tottenham Hotspur), Birmingham (Aston Villa), Leeds (Leeds), Liverpool (Liverpool), Manchester (Manchester United), Milan (San Siro), Cologne (FC Koln) and Leverkusen (Bayern Leverkusen). Steves was born and raised in western Pennsylvania and now resides in Princeton. JEFF STOUT ACADEMIC ATHLETIC FELLOW Jeff Stout came to Princeton in 1972 for graduate work in religion, joined the faculty in 1975 and received his doctorate in Stout was the chair of Princeton s religion department for seven years ( ), and he served as acting chair in His books include Ethics after Babel (2001) and Democracy and Tradition (2004), both published by Princeton University Press. He is a contributing editor to the Journal of Religious Ethics and was co-editor of the Cambridge Series on Religion and Critical Thought. For seven years, Jeff served as Director of Coaching for the Princeton Soccer Association. He also coached recreational, travel, select and ODP teams, several of them as an assistant to Barlow and former Princeton coaches Bob Bradley and Rob Myslik. At the youth level, he coached former Princeton players Mike Nugent ( 02), Gianfranco Tripicchio ( 04) and Vincent Vitale ( 04). He was an assistant coach at Princeton for two years under Barlow and became the faculty representative to the team long before the role of Academic Athletic Fellow was formalized. His daughter Suzannah ( 99) played for the Princeton women s soccer team and graduated from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Stout lives in Princeton with his wife, Sally, who is a cardiac rehab nurse. He also has two sons, Noah and Livy, both graduates of Emory University. TINA VANDERMEIREN STRENGTH COACH Tina VanDerMeiren is in her first season as an assistant varsity strength and conditioning coach. She came to Princeton after three and a half years at Stony Brook University as the assistant director of speed, strength and conditioning. VanDerMeiren was responsible for designing and implementing programs for women s volleyball, men s soccer, men and women s swimming and diving, women s basketball, women s lacrosse, and softball. She also volunteered her time as the staff advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Cody Walk. In 2005, she was named the Assistant Coach of the Year. VanDerMeiren has prior coaching experiences from internships at Michigan State, Princeton, Rutgers and Rider. VanDerMeiren graduated from Rutgers University in 2003 with a bachelor s degree in exercise science and a master s degree in women s studies. As a member of the women s rowing team, VanDerMeiren was named all-mid- Atlantic region on two occassions, while helping her team to a 14th-place finish at the 2001 NCAA Championship and four Top-three finishes at the Big East Regatta. TARA CHRISTIE KINSEY ACADEMIC ATHLETIC FELLOW Tara Christie Kinsey ( 97) is the Associate Director of Leadership Gifts in the Office of Development, and is former Princeton softball player. Kinsey played in the outfield for the Tigers, and was a three-time first-team all-ivy League selection. The team s all-time leader in stolen bases (56), Kinsey is also one of just seven Princeton players to bat better than.400 in a season (.402 in 1996). She ranks third all-time at Princeton in runs scored and fourth in team history in career hits. Kinsey helped Princeton to three Ivy League titles and advanced the team to the College World Series in 1995 and After earning a degree in English from Princeton, Kinsey went on to earn her Ph. D. in English at Emory University in Atlanta. She has taught English at The Peddie School, where she also coached soccer and softball, and most recently taught in the Department of English at Georgetown. She is married to Matt Kinsey ( 98), a former men s soccer player at Princeton under head coaches Bob Bradley and Jim Barlow. The couple are the parents of one-year old son Sam. 5

6 Meet the Tigers Princeton Soccer 2008 JASON ADAMS 10 SENIOR MIDFIELDER WHEELING, W. VA. LINSLY SCHOOL BEADLING S.C. Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Junior Year (2007): Played in 17 games and earned six starts... put three shots on goal and had five shots total... Sophomore Year (2006): Started five games and played in recorded his first career assist in a 1-1 tie against St. Joseph s, redirecting a Kyle McHugh corner kick for a header by Jame Wunsch early in the first half... had five shots for the season... Freshman Year (2005): Appeared in six games as a freshman, including several Ivy League games late in the year when he was a key reserve... had three shots... Before Princeton: A three-time all-state performer at The Linsly School, finishing his high school career with 77 goals and 58 assists... named a NSCAA/Adidas All-American and the Player of the Year for West Virginia by five organizations in scored 39 goals and added 11 assists during his senior season... played for the Beadling Soccer Club... Beadling SC won three state championships... a member of the United States National Pool with his ODP squad... Personal: Full name is Jason Foster Adams... born August 14, parents are Jay and Chris Adams... brothers Jamie 98 and Chad 00, were both captains of the Princeton men s soccer team... majoring in politics. MATT CARE 30 SENIOR MIDFIELDER NEWTOWN, PA. THE HUN SCHOOL PSC COPPA Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Junior Year (2007): Started in 16 games... had five shots, three of which were on goal... named all-ivy honorable mention... Sophomore Year (2006): Played in 16 games and started had two shots... Freshman Year (2005): Earned second-team all-ivy honors... began the year as a midfield reserve but quickly became a starter, starting 13 of the final 16 games... named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 31 after his goal helped Princeton defeat Cornell... started every Ivy League game... Before Princeton: Attended the Hun School... named the 2004 Princeton Packet and Times of Trenton Boys Soccer Player of the Year... a fourtime all-state selection and a first-team all-mid-atlantic Premier Soccer (MAPS) League pick for three years... named the recipient of the team s Rob Myslik Award in played club soccer for PSC Coppa, where he won seven state cups... teammates with Pat Farrell on PSC Coppa... Personal: Full name is Matthew Charles Care... born Jan. 6, parents are John and Allison Care... has two sisters, Amanda (Northwestern 08) and Danielle... majoring in sociology. BRIAN BRADY 9 SENIOR DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER BETHESDA, MD. BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE RESTON FC Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Junior Year (2007): Saw action against American on Sept. 7 and Yale on Nov had one shot on goal... captained the D.C. United Under-20 team to the Mid-Atlantic Championship... Sophomore Year (2006): Played in 13 games and started three... finished fifth on the team with five points off of one goal and three assists... assisted on the game winner versus Loyola on Sept tallied a goal in a one-goal loss to Yale on Sept collected assists in consecutive games against Seton Hall and Columbia on Oct. 10 and Oct. 14, respectively... had six shots for the season... often took corner kicks for Princeton... Freshman Year (2005): Did not see playing time... Before Princeton: Attended Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, the 2001 state champions... led his team to regional championships in 2002 and gained international experience as a member of the Region 1 ODP team that won the Europa Cup (Austria) in the spring of 2004 and the Santarem Cup (Portugal) in a four-year member of the D.C. United Youth team... advanced to the regional championships with the team four times and was a part of the 2001 national championship team... played club soccer for six-time Virginia state champion Reston FC... Personal: Full name is Brian Sheehan Brady... born January 27, parents are Francie and Robert Brady... has two sisters Kate (Bowdoin 05) and Mairin (Amherst 02)... majoring in politics. PAT FARRELL 6 SENIOR DEFENDER BLUE BELL. PA. PENN CHARTER PSC COPPA Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Junior Year (2007): Started against Adelphi on Oct Sophomore Year (2006): Played in seven games on the back line... started against both Rutgers and Yale... Freshman Year (2005): Started four games and played in five... Before Princeton: A four-year letterwinner at Penn Charter School... was captain his junior and senior years... a three-time all-league selection... named team MVP during his senior campaign...played club soccer with the PSC Coppas with teammate Matt Care... the squad won three state cups during while he was a member of the team... started for the Eastern Pennsylvania ODP team that earned the national ODP title in March also competed on the track and field teams... Personal: Full name is Patrick Joseph Farrell... born June 18, parents are Patricia and Pat Farrell... father is the head men s soccer coach at La Salle University... has two sisters, Colleen (La Salle 05) and Meghan, (Princeton 07) who both played soccer in college, and a brother Joseph... majoring in sociology. 6

7 Princeton Soccer 2008 BRAD FECHTER 3 SENIOR MIDFIELDER WESTFIELD, N.J. PINGRY SCHOOL PDA CONQUISTADORS Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Junior Year (2007): Saw action in 15 games and earned four starts... had his best offensive output against Adelphi on Oct. 3 when he scored one goals and added an assist in a 4-3 victory... had 12 shots, four of which were on goal... Sophomore Year (2006): One of six Tigers to play in all 17 games... started nine games... scored the game winner in a victory against Duquesne at the Penn Classic, giving the Tigers a 2-1 lead with 20 minutes left... had 12 shots... Freshman Year (2005): Played in six games... had three shots... became a key reserve for the Tigers during the Ivy League season... Before Princeton: A graduate of the Pingry School, where he led his team to the Colonial Hills Conference championship and a 19-1 record in team ranked No. 2 in New Jersey by the Star Ledger and was Somerset County Champions... scored 12 goals and tallied 11 assists his senior year en route to first-team all-conference, second-team all-county and all-state honorable mention... was also a member of the PDA Conquistadors, who won the Region I Championships in the summer of 2005 and the New Jersey State Championship three years in a row... Personal: Full name is John Bradley Fechter... born June 14, parents are Jerry and Cindy Fechter... has two younger brothers, Matt and Christian... majoring in psychology. JOE WALTER 1 SENIOR GOALKEEPER MONTCLAIR, N.J. MONTCLAIR KIMBERLEY PDA CONQUISTADORS Year Gm. Min. GA Svs W-L-T ShO : : Career : BEN HARMS Meet the Tigers 4 JUNIOR FORWARD EAST WINDSOR, N.J. HIGHTSTOWN MATCH-FIT UNITED Year GP-GS G A Pts Career Sophomore Year (2007): Started in all 17 contests... tallied three assists... set up Princeton s second goal in a 2-0 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept assisted on the second goal in a 2-0 shutout of Columbia on Oct assisted on the game-winning goal against Penn on Nov. 3, a 1-0 victory... had nine shots on goal and 13 shots total... Freshman Year (2006): One of six Tigers to play in all 17 games... started 13 games... earned his first career point with an assist in a 3-1 win over Loyola on Sept scored his first goal, the game winner versus Bucknell on Sept had 14 shots... Before Princeton: Played soccer at Hightstown High School, the alma mater of head coach Jim Barlow... named the Central Jersey Player of the Year... earned first-team all-state and all-region honors... led the team to conference titles in 2004 and 2005 as team captain... led the team in assists as a junior and in points as a senior... scored 71 career points on 25 goals and 21 assists... played for the Match-Fit United club team... Match-Fit won two New Jersey State titles, was region I finalists and Disney Soccer Showcase finalists... an Adidas ESP participant... a member of the Super Y League Regional ODP Team and the New Jersey State Team... also played tennis at Hightstown... Personal: Full name is Ben Eric Harms... born July 12, parents are Ken Harms and Jane Goldweber... brother Joe attends law school at Tulane... majoring in politics. NATE KRINSKY 18 JUNIOR DEFENDER MANCHESTER, N.H. CONCORD SEACOAST UNITED Year GP-GS G A Pts dnp Career Junior Year (2007): Started in nine games and played in one more... posted a record, with both wins coming by way of shutout... recorded shutouts against Ivy League opponents, Cornell on Oct. 27 and Penn on Nov allowed 15 goals in 875 minutes for a 1.54 goals against average... made 50 saves for a.769 save percentage... stopped a career-high 11 shots in a 2-0 loss to American on Sept Sophomore Year (2006): Started six games... finished with a record and 1.31 goals against average... earned a shutout in his first career start, a 1-0 win at Bucknell on Sept had five saves in 1-0 victory against Dartmouth on Sept made nine saves in an overtime victory against Seton Hall on Oct played a total of 548 minutes... had 22 saves and a 73.3 saves percentage... Freshman Year (2005): Did not see playing time... Before Princeton: A four-year letterwinner at Montclair Kimberley... captain his senior year... posted a 0.50 goals against average as a senior... named first-team all-conference... played club soccer for the PDA Conquistadors... the squad won three straight state championships and was the 2005 regional champs... named MVP of the state championship game in also played lacrosse and wrestled... Personal: Full name is Frank Joseph Walter... born November 10, parents are Frank and Margo Walter... has a younger brother Sam and a younger sister Lily... majoring in sociology. Sophomore Year (2007): Started against American on Sept Freshman Year (2006): Missed much of the season due to an injury sustained in preseason... Before Princeton: Attended Concord High School... named the Gatorade Player of the Year in New Hampshire in 2005 as he led his team to the state championship... captain his junior and senior years... a three-year all-state selection... earned NSCAA All-America honors... played club soccer since the age of 13 with the Seacoast United Soccer Club... Seacost never lost a state championship in his time with the club... Personal: Full name is Nathan William Krinsky... born December 27, 1987, in Redlands, Calif.... parents are Elliott and Debra Krinsky... has an older brother Adam (Plymouth State 08)... majoring in history. 7

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