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1 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS General Information City/Zip: Oneoa, NY Founded: 1797 Enrollm 1,400 Nicknam Hawks Athletics Colors: Royal Blue and White Home Field (Capacity): Elmore Field (3,000) Press Box Number (Media Only): Surfac Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conferenc Mid-American (3rd season) Presid Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich Athletic Director: Debbie Warren Websit bsit Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ian McIyre Alma Mater: Hartwick 96 Record at Scho hool ol (Year ears): (6) Car areer r Record (Year ears): (10) Office Phon Assista Coach: Jukka Masalin Alma Mater: Lander 02 Office Phon Team Inf nformat matio ion 2008 Overall Record: Hom Away: Neutral: Conference Record: Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Hist istory First Season: 1956 Overall Record: All-Time MAC Record: (2 seasons) s: s: 23 NCAA Record: NCAA Titles: 1 (1977, def. San Francisco 2-1) NCAA Semifinals: 7 Last NCAA Oppon 2005, Seton Hall L 2-1 Tab able of Co es s Quick Facts/This is Hartwick 1 Roster/Roster Breakdown Season Outlook 4-5 Coaching Staff 6-7 Q&A With Josh Wagenaar/Tyler Hemming 8-9 Player Bios Team Photo Year in Review 22 Final 2008 Stats/Results Years of Hartwick History Hartwick NCAA T History National Champions/Hermann Trophy Winners 27 All-Time Single Season and Career Charts 28 All-Americans 29 All-Time Player Register Year-By-Year Results Series Records 36 Hartwick Soccer In the News Soccer after `Wick Mayor s Cup 42 Elmore Field/Mid-American Conference 43 Message From McIyre 44 This is Hartwick College Founded in 1797, Hartwick is a small, private, liberal arts and sciences college offering more than 45 diverse academic programs. Hartwick s expansive Liberal Arts in Practice curriculum merges traditional liberal arts study, personalized teaching, and experieial learning approaches to emphasize Connecting the Classroom to the World. Add to that a wide range of off-campus iernships, collaborative research, study-abroad opportunities, and our unique January Term, and you are virtually guaraeed to be connected and ready for the opportunities that lie ahead. A Hartwick education is a personalized education. With a 12-to-1 stude-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of 18, studes really get to know their professors. Professors are meors who give studes the confidence to succeed in whatever they choose to do. More than 40 perce of Hartwick studes complete an iernship for academic credit and 60 perce study off campus or abroad before graduating. Hartwick faculty lead off-campus programs all over the world during our January Term, allowing studes to study in real-life coexts. Located in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mouains, Hartwick enrolls 1,480 studes from 36 states and 20 couries. Its hillside campus, with a 30-mile view of the beautiful Susquehanna Valley, overlooks Oneoa, New York a small town recognized as one of the coury s top college towns. Oneoa is cerally located in New York State, equidista from Binghamton, Albany, Kingston, and Utica, 190 miles northwest of New York City, and 20 miles southwest of historic Cooperstown, home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Hartwick has been named a Best College in the Northeastern Region by The Princeton Review and a College of Distinction, one of a group of colleges known nationally for their engaged studes, great teaching, vibra community, and successful outcomes. More than one-quarter of the stude body participates in one of the College s 17 athletic teams, and 65+ stude organizations provide additional social outlets. Hartwick has a strong financial aid program, which helps bring costs within reach for most qualified studes. Approximately 98% of studes receive financial assistance. Beyond need-based aid, a wide range of scholarships is available for academic achieveme and school and community involveme. Nearly 80% of studes work on campus. Hartwick s Office of Financial Aid and Affordability works individually with studes and their families to help them find solutions that fit their needs. Credits: Editor/Designer: Chris Gondek, Hartwick Dir. of Sports Information Fro, Back, Inside Cover Designs: Pablo Reyes, Fuego Creative, Inc. Photography: Ed Clough, Thom Shea (MLS/WireImage), Graeme Truby, Neil Everitt (Crystal Palace FC), University of Vermo Photo Services. Prier: MultiAd Sports. 1

2 2 HARTWICK HAR 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES 2009 Har artw twic ick Men s s Soccer r Nume umerical Rost oster No Player Cl. Pos. os. Ht. Wt. t. Hometown Last School 0 Nolan Brown Fr. GK Oak Grove, MO Lee s Summit North 1 Jeremy Vuolo Jr. GK Downingtown, PA Downingtown West 3 Owen Botting Jr. D Billingshurst, England Heidelburg College 5 Jakob Karlgren Fr. D Gothenburg, Sweden Katrinelunds 6 Nick Roydhouse So. M Palmerston, New Zealand Palmerston North 7 Brian Gordon Sr. D Erskine, Scotland Trinity High 8 Jumol Harewood Jr. F Brooklyn, NY Brya & Stratton 9 Dan Summers So. F Banstead, England Sutton Grammar 10 Steven Amaya Jr. M Oakland Gardens, NY Martin Luther King 11 Sam Wright Sr. M Newquay, England Brya & Stratton 12 Cleyon Brown Fr. F Kingston, Jamaica Berkshire School 13 Niko Tirkkonen Fr. M Hallola, Finland Salpausselan Lukio 14 Joel Jalanne Fr. D Littoinen, Finland Aurajoki Secondary 15 Nick Pratico Jr. D Philadelphia, PA Archbishop Ryan 16 Pedro Andreoni Fr. D Sao Paulo, Brazil South Ke School 17 Patrick Thompson So. M Candor, NY Candor Ceral 18 Evan Doan Jr. F Garland, TX North Garland 19 Mike Wysocki Fr. F Somers, CT East Catholic 20 Konrad Andersson Fr. D Helsingborg, Sweden Filbornaskolan 21 Jason Keefe Fr. F Springfield, MA Springfield Ceral 22 Jherrett Maroney So. M/F Cincinnatus, NY Stony Brook Univ. 23 Simon Greatwich Fr. M Lewes, England Lewes Priory 24 Tim Daigle So. M East Greenbush, NY Columbia 25 Ramsay Hartley Fr. D Maplewood, NJ Columbia High 26 Carson Pryde Jr. D Calgary, Alberta Lord Beaverbrook 28 Seun Sanusi Fr. M St. Leonard, MD St. Mary s Ryken 29 Russell Oost-Lievense So. M Westport, CT Staples 30 Michael Cunningham Jr. M Dunedin, New Zealand John McGlashan 32 Lee Fenner Fr. GK Altamo, NY Clayton A. Bouton 36 Jake Wright Jr. GK Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Cal-State Northridge 2009 Har artw twic ick k Men s s Soccer Alp lphab habetical ical Rost oster No Player Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown Last School 10 Steven Amaya Jr. M Oakland Gardens, NY Martin Luther King 20 Konrad Andersson Fr. D Helsingborg, Sweden Filbornaskolan 16 Pedro Andreoni Fr. D Sao Paulo, Brazil South Ke School 3 Owen Botting Jr. D Billingshurst, England Heidelburg College 12 Cleyon Brown Fr. F Kingston, Jamaica Berkshire School 0 Nolan Brown Fr. GK Oak Grove, MO Lee s Summit North 30 Michael Cunningham Jr. M Dunedin, New Zealand John McGlashan 24 Tim Daigle So. M East Greenbush, NY Columbia 18 Evan Doan Jr. F Garland, TX North Garland 32 Lee Fenner Fr. GK Altamo, NY Clayton A. Bouton 7 Brian Gordon Sr. D Erskine, Scotland Trinity High 23 Simon Greatwich Fr. M Lewes, England Lewes Priory 8 Jumol Harewood So. F Brooklyn, NY Brya & Stratton 25 Ramsay Hartley Fr. D Maplewood, NJ Columbia High 14 Joel Jalanne Fr. D Littoinen, Finland Aurajoki Secondary 5 Jakob Karlgren Fr. D Gothenburg, Sweden Katrinelunds 21 Jason Keefe Fr. F Springfield, MA Springfield Ceral 22 Jherrett Maroney So. M/F Cincinnatus, NY Stony Brook Univ. 29 Russell Oost-Lievense So. M Westport, CT Staples 15 Nick Pratico Jr. D Philadelphia, PA Archbishop Ryan 26 Carson Pryde Jr. D Calgary, Alberta Lord Beaverbrook 6 Nick Roydhouse So. M Palmerston, New Zealand Palmerston North 28 Seun Sanusi Fr. M St. Leonard, MD St. Mary s Ryken 9 Dan Summers So. F Banstead, England Sutton Grammar 17 Patrick Thompson So. M Candor, NY Candor Ceral 13 Niko Tirkkonen Fr. M Hallola, Finland Salpausselan Lukio 1 Jeremy Vuolo Jr. GK Downingtown, PA Downingtown West 36 Jake Wright Jr. GK Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Cal-State Northridge 11 Sam Wright Sr. M Newquay, England Brya & Stratton 19 Mike Wysocki Fr. F Somers, CT East Catholic Head Coach: Ian McIyre, Hartwick 96 (7 th season) Assista Coach: Jukka Masalin, Lander University 02 (2 nd season) Traine ainers: Doug Konu (29 th season) and Heidi Hofbauer-Buzzy (16 th season)

3 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS The Hartwick Roster Breakdown... By Eligibilty Seniors (2) Juniors (9) Sophomores (6) Freshmen (13) Brian Gordon Steven Amaya Tim Daigle Konrad Andersson Sam Wright Owen Botting Jherrett Maroney Pedro Andreoni Michael Cunningham Russell Oost-Lievense Cleyon Brown Evan Doan Nick Roydhouse Nolan Brown Jumol Harewood Dan Summers Lee Fenner Nick Pratico Patrick Thompson Simon Greatwich Carson Pryde Ramsay Hartley Jeremy Vuolo Joel Jalanne Jake Wright Jakob Karlgren Jason Keefe Seun Sanusi Niko Tirkkonen Mike Wysocki By y Posit osition ion Goalkeepers (4) Nolan Brown Jake Wright Lee Fenner Jeremy Vuolo Backs (9) Konrad Andersson Pedro Andreoni Owen Botting Brian Gordon Ramsay Hartley Joel Jalanne Jakob Karlgren Nick Pratico Carson Pryde Midfielders (11) Steven Amaya Michael Cunningham Tim Daigle Simon Greatwich Jherrett Maroney Russell Oost-Lievense Nick Roydhouse Seun Sanusi Patrick Thompson Niko Tirkkonen Sam Wright Forwards (6) Cleyon Brown Evan Doan Jumol Harewood Jason Keefe Dan Summers Mike Wysocki By State/Coury Brazil (1) Pedro Andreoni California (1) Jake Wright Canada (1) Carson Pryde Connecticut (2) Russell Oost-Livense Mike Wysocki England (4) Owen Botting Simon Greatwich Dan Summers Sam Wright Finland (2) Joel Jalanne Niko Tirkkonen Jamaica (1) Cleyon Brown Maryland (1) Seun Sanusi Massachusetts (1) Jason Keefe Missouri (1) Nolan Brown New Jersey (1) Ramsay Hartley New York k (6) Steven Amaya Tim Daigle Lee Fenner Jumol Harewood Jherrett Maroney Patrick Thompson New Zealand (2) Michael Cunningham Nick Roydhouse Pennsylvania (2) Nick Pratico Jeremy Vuolo Scotland (1) Brian Gordon Sweden (2) Konrad Andersson Jakob Karlgren Texas (1) Evan Doan Pronunciation Guide Steven Amaya Uh-My-Uh Cleyon Brown Clee-On Tim Daigle Day-gle Joel Jalanne Yo-Ell Juh-Lon-E Jakob Karlgren Yak-ub Russell Oost-Livense Oost-Lee-Vense Nick Pratico Prat-ick-oh Seun Sanusi Shawn Sun-oo-see Niko Tirkkonen Nee-ko Turk-oh-nen Jeremy Vuolo Volo 3 3

4 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES 2009 SEASON OUTLOOK OK The Hartwick men s soccer program, following a season a year ago, will play against five teams this year that participated in the 2008 NCAA T. Head coach Ian McIyre, eering his seveh season at the helm, returns 15 letter winners and welcomes 15 taleed newcomers to the lineup this fall. Despite being such a youthful group, there are definite expectations being placed on this season s squad. The Hawks were picked to finish second in the MAC Coaches Poll and anything less than a berth in the national t will be seen as somewhat of a disappoime. Our goal every year at Hartwick is to qualify for the NCAA T, McIyre stated. Ending the 2008 season in the shootout was an abrupt end and a tough way to go out, and ultimately we fell short of our goal. The good news is there were great signs for the future and we have a solid foundation returning. McIyre brings back seven starters from last season and believes each player s role in the success of the team will be vital. It will be key for players like (Sam) Wright, (Brian) Gordon, (Steven) Amaya, and (Jeremy) Vuolo amongst others, to help this team evolve, said the Wick boss. I m couing on each of the upperclassmen to adopt importa leadership roles within the group. In addition to the returning players, 15 newcomers will be ushered io the Hartwick family this August. McIyre believes that many of the new players are bursting with tale and coupled with the veterans, could produce a very deep, versatile, exciting side this fall. It s got the poteial to be a very strong group. We re looking for several of the new guys to play importa roles for us this year. GOALKEEP ALKEEPERS ERS Wick s defensive corps begins with junior goalkeeper Jeremy Vuolo. He started all 19 games last season earning six shutouts and a goals against average of just 0.92, which was third-best in the MAC. Jeremy is one of the best goalkeepers in the MAC, said McIyre. He was a big-time player last season and we re looking for more from him this fall. Vuolo will be challenged by junior transfer Jake Wright and freshmen Lee Fenner and Nolan Brown. Wright is a 6- foot-1 transfer from Cal-State Northridge who played for Orange Couy Blue Star of the PDL. Fenner hails from the Albany area while Brown arrives at Wick from Kansas City. BACKS Four experienced defenders with a combined 51 starts between them last season return on the backline. Junior Owen Botting led the team in assists with seven last season on the left flank. He was one of only four players on the squad to start every game in Senior Brian Gordon, who made 12 starting appearances in 16 matches also returns. He netted two goals a year ago one in a 2-2 draw with Bucknell and the other in the 4-0 MAC playoff win over Western Michigan. Juniors Nick Pratico and Carson Pryde return after solid campaigns in the back. Pratico made eight starts and registered the gamewinning header in a 1-0 win over Colgate. Pryde started in the final eight games of the year for the Hawks playing in 16 coests. A pair of Swedes, in their first seasons with the Hawks, could figure io the lineup on defense. Konrad Andersson, who has represeed Sweden at the U17 national level, is a strong back who is very comfortable on the ball. Jakob Karlgren should also compete for a starting role. A fellow Scandinavian, Joel Jalanne, could also fit io the defensive unit. Newcomers Pedro Andreoni and Ramsay Hartley should figure io the mix as well. In the back, we will have a lot of capable, taleed players, said McIyre. We gave up just eight goals in the last 12 games of the season last year and we will be looking to build upon this foundation. It will be about finding the right blend of players across our back four. MIDFIELD In the midfield, McIyre brings back four taleed veterans in senior Sam Wright, juniors Steven Amaya and Michael Cunningham, and sophomore Nick Roydhouse. Wright started 18 matches in his first tour with Wick and netted the game-clinching goal in a 3-1 win versus UNC Wilmington at last season s Mayor s Cup. Amaya tied for fourth in pois on the team in 2008 with three goals and two assists. The tehnical midfielder tallied against New Hampshire, Northern Illinois, and Western Michigan last season and was a MAC second teamer in Cunningham played in 18 matches earning 4

5 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS three assists. In two seasons with the Blue and White, he has notched a goal and seven helpers. Roydhouse made 10 starts on the outside and set up two Hartwick goals in his maiden season with the program. We ll need all four returning midfielders to turn it up a notch this season, McIyre added. With all four players at top-form, we could be a domina group in the middle of the field. McIyre believes a handful of incoming players could also find their way io the starting lineup, including Finland native Niko Tirkkonen, Stony Brook transfer Jherrett Maroney, and English product Simon Greatwich. Tirkkonen has a nice left foot and is a good strong player, McIyre stated. Maroney adds pace and speed in the middle third, and Greatwich is a very technical and clever player. Returning players Patrick Thompson and Tim Daigle will provide added depth in the midfield position. FORWARDS The lone returning pure striker to the team is sophomore Dan Summers. He made an immediate impression with the Hawks in his first campaign scoring three goals and assisting two others in 10 starts. His first career goal in a Hartwick uniform led to a 2-1 win over Fordham in late September, and he tallied twice in a 2-1 victory at Western Michigan. Junior Evan Doan, who saw action in 18 of 19 matches last season in the midfield, will make the transition to striker. Brya & Stratton transfer Jumol Harewood and Jamaican product Cleyon Brown should make an immediate impact up top for the Hawks. Harewood is a big, physical presence on the field and he has a knack for scoring goals, added McIyre. He is a player we re expecting a strong season from. Brown will certainly see time up fro as well. Newcomers Mike Wysocki from Somers, CT, and Jason Keefe of Springfield, MA will also compete for time on the pitch at the striker position. THE SCHEDULE This season the Hawks will compete against the champions of the Ivy League, Patriot League, Northeast Conference and MAAC with additional games against teams from the Big East, Atlaic 10, America East and the Mid-American Conference. McIyre has created a very demanding and exciting schedule that will prepare the team to compete for the 2009 Mid-American Conference Championship. McIyre s Hawks, after road exhibition matches in August versus 2008 NCAA T participas Fairleigh Dickinson and Connecticut, have a home warm-up versus Albany. The exhibition games will be good tests for us as we try to evaluate the players and see how everyone meshes with each other, said McIyre. The Hawks officially open up regular season play away from Elmore Field with a pair of games at Fordham and Marist. Hartwick outlasted the Rams at home in overtime last season on Sept. 27 th. Wick is unbeaten against the Red Foxes (7-0-0) in seven previous meetings with the last victory coming in The Big Red of Cornell will then come to town for Hartwick s home opener on Monday, Sept. 7 th at 7 p.m. The Hawks have accumulated 30 wins in 45 matches against Cornell all-time. Mayor s Cup weekend takes place between Sept. 11 th -13 th with the Hawks hosting Bucknell and Loyola at Elmore Field. The Hawks eertain the Bison in the t s second game at 7:30 p.m. on Friday night. Hartwick drew with the Bison 2-2 last season at the Bucknell Days Inn Classic. Wick then closes out play against Loyola on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The Greyhounds downed the Blue and White 2-0 last season en route to an regular season campaign. Following a road coest at Hartford (Sept. 19), Wick begins Mid-American Conference play on the road at Buffalo on Sept. 22 nd. The MAC will be good from top to bottom, said the Hartwick skipper. The Hawks then return home to host Dartmouth four days later on Sept. 26 th. The Big Green finished the season , won the Ivy League, and made it to the NCAA Third Round a year ago. The Hawks host Northern Illinois to open October during Hartwick s Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 3 rd, travel to defending Patriot League champ Colgate on Oct. 6 th, and host Florida Atlaic during Pares Weekend on Oct. 10 th. Wick was edged in overtime 2-1 at NIU, defeated the local rival Raiders 1-0, and were held to a goalless 0-0 draw in Boca Raton against the Owls last season. The Hawks battle the Orange of Syracuse on the road on Oct. 13 th. Wick leads the all-time series going against Cuse dating back to After a MAC clash at Bowling Green on Oct. 25 th, the Hawks return home and look to stay unbeaten against conference foe Western Michigan (2-0-2) in a match on Halloween. Wick will get its shot at breaking its winless streak against Binghamton on Tuesday, Nov. 3 rd at Elmore Field. The Hawks, who have not beaten the Bearcats since 2001, dropped three straight from before gaining a 0-0 tie on Sept. 23 rd of last year. The regular season concludes where it ended last season for Hartwick in Akron, OH. The Hawks seek another spot in the MAC T which takes place from Friday, Nov. 13 th to Sun., Nov. 15 th at the top seed following the regular season. It s going to be an exciting season with a number of faastic home games at Elmore Field. We ve got a great group and I believe we are going to play a very eertaining brand of soccer. 5

6 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES IAN McINTYRE 96 Hea ead Coach The Mac File Playing Career *Hartwick we during his playing career and earned two NCAA t berths. *Was a 1995 NSCAA/Umbro first team All-American. *Scored 18 goals and handed off 10 assists in his playing career. *Was named the Hartwick Male Athlete of the Year. *Was enshrined io Hartwick Athletic Hall of Fame in June of Coaching Career Fairfield Assista Coach Oneoa Head Coach 2003-prese Hartwick Head Coach McI ci yre Year by Year Ian McIyre 96 has presided over the Hartwick men s soccer program for six seasons and has registered a record at his alma mater. In his 10 years as a head coach, he has led his teams to a combined record and one trip to the NCAA T. In 2008, McIyre piloted Hartwick to a overall record and showing in its second year in the Mid-American Conference. After a 4-0 romp of Western Michigan in the MAC quarterfinals, the Hawks took nationally fourth ranked Akron to the limit on its own field in the semifinals, ultimately falling short in a penalty-kick shootout. Seniors John Paul Boyle 09 and Liam Parrington both were first team all-mac selections with Jonathan Garcia-Torres 09 earning second team accolades. Boyle also earned all-region honors for the second straight season. Two years ago, under McIyre s direction, the Hawks eered their first season in the Mid-American Conference and finished with a record, secured the third seed in the league t, and a spot in the MAC semifinals. McIyre coached three all-league meions led by first team honoree Boyle. Hartwick put two members on the all-region squad, a list which included first team selection Parrington. The Hawks wrapped up their final season as members of the Atlaic Soccer Conference in 2006 with an record, falling in the conference semi-finals. Three years ago, McIyre coached seven players who received league accolades, including player of the year Tyler Hemming 07. In 2005, he led Hartwick to a league crown and its 23rd trip to the NCAA T, as the Hawks posted a mark. Hartwick posted back-to-back shutouts over Philadelphia (4-0) and cross-town rival Oneoa State (2-0) in the league t to earn an automatic berth io the NCAA Championships before falling to Seton Hall, 2-1, in the opening round of the t. For his effort, McIyre was named as the Atlaic Soccer Conference Coach of the Year in 2005, and he was chosen the NSCAA New York Region Coach of the Year following the 2004 campaign. While at Hartwick he has coached conference players of the year Edwin Ruiz 07 in 2004, and Hemming, who was drafted by Toroo FC in the supplemeal portion of the MLS Expansion Draft, in 2005 and He also recruited and coached goalie Josh Wagenaar 07, who signed to play professionally for ADO Den Haag in the top professional league in Holland. McIyre, a 1996 Hartwick graduate, was iroduced as the sixth head coach in the program s 53-year history on March 13, In his first season at the helm, McIyre guided the Hawks to a record, including a record and a second-place finish in the ASC. Hartwick registered a 13- Year ear School Record 1999 Oneoa State Oneoa State Oneoa State Oneoa State Hartwick Hartwick Hartwick Hartwick Hartwick Hartwick Oneoa State Hartwick Career Record

7 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS 3-3 record (4-1 ASC) and placed second in the league the following season. As a player from , McIyre was named a first team NSCAA/Umbro All- American honoree as a senior. In addition, he was a three-time GTE Academic All-American recipie. McIyre, who registered 18 goals and 10 assists, was known as a clutch scorer. Hartwick sported a record and made two trips to the NCAA T in his four-year career. McIyre scored game-winning goals in NCAA T wins over Rutgers and Boston University in 1993, and he led Hartwick to a t appearance in The Hawks had a record when McIyre scored a goal in his varsity career. McIyre, who graduated with summa cum laude honors from Hartwick, won the Preside s Senior Scholar Athlete award. He was the Hartwick Male Athlete of the Year and was selected as the recipie of the Harry Mosher Award the same year. In 2001, he was enshrined io the Hartwick College Athletic Hall of Fame in his first year on the ballot. A native of Basildon, England, McIyre started his collegiate coaching career as an assista at Fairfield from under another Hartwick alumnus, Carl Rees 88. McIyre also coached the Region I amateur team to the gold medal at the 1999 United States Soccer Festival in Portland, Oregon. He left Fairfield to assume head coaching duties for the former Division I soccer program at Oneoa State, where he posted a record from 1999 through McIyre led the Red Dragons to three straight double-digit winning seasons and was named Independe Coach of the Year after leading the team to a record in His Oneoa team upset Hartwick in the 1999 Mayor s Cup title game, his first year at the helm of that program. McIyre and his wife, Jennifer, live in Oneoa with their daughter Lyla and their dog Elmore. Jukka Masalin is eering his second year as assista coach of the Hawks. His primary responsibilities include coaching the goalkeepers and recruiting. Masalin brings a wealth of coaching and playing experience to the Hartwick men s soccer program. As a player, his professional career has seen him travel to Germany, Sweden, and Finland before finishing in the United States. Masalin successfully made the transition from playing to the coaching ranks and he served as the assista coach for the Rochester Raging Rhinos of the USL-1. During his time with the Rhinos, he was in charge of goalie training, team fitness, and speed training. Masalin also scouted, recruited, and negotiated with players from all over the world and started the professional youth academy infrastructure in Rochester. This past spring, Masalin served as the head coach of the Maine Sting of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). Masalin was active within the Finnish soccer community prior to coming to the United States in Between , he gained iernational playing experience as a member of the U-16, U-18, U-21 national youth teams for Finland. In 1995, he embarked on his collegiate JUKKA MASALIN Assista Coach playing career at Lander University in Greenwood, SC, where he was a two-time all-peach Belt Conference honoree. With Masalin on the roster, the Bearcats recorded a overall record and advanced to the NCAA Division II Championships in Currely, he ranks third on the all-time Lander list for career saves with 302. Following his collegiate career, Masalin remained at Lander and served as an assista coach for the men s and women s soccer programs. During this time, he completed his bachelor s in exercise science in After Lander, Masalin served as a media officer at U-17 FIFA World Cup in Finland for an eight moh period. In 2004, he held various jobs within Atlaa, GA, most notably serving as an assista coach for the Atlaa Silverbacks for three years. During this period, he also was an assista men s soccer coach at Reinhardt College, was the Soccer Director for the Decatur- DeKalb YMCA, and was a codirector for the Silverbacks Youth Soccer Program. 7

8 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES Q & A With a Pair of Wic ick Greats Josh Wagenaar recely inked a one-year deal with Falkirk F.C. in the Scottish Premier League. Tyler Hemming, of the USL s Charleston Battery, made his debut with the full Canadian national team on May 30th in a 1-0 win over Cyprus. The Hartwick Coaching staff is excited to welcome a taleed recruiting class to the Wick in Coach McIyre has even gone as far as to favorably compare the depth of this year s class to that of 2003 which included Edwin Ruiz, Josh Wagenaar, Tyler Hemming, Craig Potter, Phil Flannery, Omar Gordon, Eldin Sjercic and Kenny Rodriguez. In 2003 the new additions led Hartwick to a record and both Josh Wagenaar and Tyler Hemming are now plying their trade in the professional ranks. This summer we sat down with Wagenaar (Wags) and Hemming to discuss their time at Hartwick and their professional exploits that have led them to England, Holland, Finland, Canada and the United States. 1. What has been your most memorable soccer experience? (Tyle ler) My most memorable soccer mome to date was probably my professional debut with Toroo FC in Major League Soccer - it was long awaited after being injured for most of the season. Also, my senior debut with the Canadian Men s National Team in Cyprus- it was a lifelong goal and dream of mine to represe my coury. (Wag ags) - I would have to say that my most memorable soccer experience would have to be when I was still in college when I we Honduras to try and qualify for the U-20 World Cup. We were set to play a round robin of 3 games against Mexico, hosts Honduras and Jamaica. We won the first game against Mexico 2-1 after falling behind early 1-0. We won the next game 1-0 against Honduras in fro of a raucous Honduran crowd. That win secured a spot for us in Holland and that feeling of having qualified when the odds were stacked against us was an unbelievable feeling! 2. Who has been the best player that you have played against and why? (Tyle ler) r) I would have to say that it would be David Beckham with the Galaxy and Rui Costa with Benfica. Although both players were certainly past their prime, they have both accomplished so much throughout their esteemed careers. Both were (and still are) faastic passers of the ball. (Wag ags) - I would have to say that the best player that I have played against was Mido the Egyptian striker who was playing for Middlesborough against my Yeovil team. He was a faastic passer of the ball and connected passes that other players would not have dreamt of. And his ability to free himself up to always be an option for his teammates was incredible. 3. Why did you choose Hartwick College and attend school in the States? (Wag ags) - I chose to attend Hartwick College because it seemed like the best stepping stone for me to coinue to pursue my dream of becoming a professional soccer player. While in High School I trained several times a week and usually played a 8

9 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS game. At Hartwick, like in a professional environme, you train competitively everyday with a game or two a week. (Tyle ler) - I attended school in the States because it offered me an opportunity to play soccer at a high level, while getting an education at the same time. I chose Hartwick because it was the best option for me athletically and academically. I was impressed with Hartwick s facilities and coaching environme. It also helped that I knew that Wags was going to attend Hartwick as well. 4. What do you miss most about your time here at Hartwick? (Wag ags) - I tell a lot of people that my time at Hartwick was some of the very best years of my life. I think that this is due to the fact that all my closest friends are my former Hartwick teammates. T h e Wagenaar was a two-time all-conference keeper connection and recorded a goals against average under 1.0 that you in each of his three seasons with the Hawks. create with your teammates at Hartwick is incredible. From the mome we started at Hartwick we did everything together. After training we would all be in the Commons eating dinner together and we all lived together in the dorms. The only way I was able to get any work done was if I shut myself away in some remote corner of the library. It was faastic! Oh and of course I miss Mac!!! (Tyle ler) - It provided me with everything that I needed to improve / develop as a player and person. Similar to a professional soccer environme we had great diversity in the team. (Wag ags) - It is a very natural transition from playing in college at Hartwick to playing professionally. The only difference being that when you are playing professionally you have even more free time than in college! 6. What first hand advice would you pass on to young players embarking on a Hartwick career? (Wag ags) - I would tell you that you should first and foremost take advaage of the schooling and education. Ensure that you successfully balance your studies with your training program. When you are studying study. When it is time to practice ensure that you are fully committed to the team and improving yourself as a player. (Tyle ler) r) Iroduce yourself to Laurie from the Commons. She makes the best eggs in the world! 7. Where do you see yourself in five, ten, fifteen years time? (Wag ags) s) - God willing I would still like to be playing soccer professionally. In fifteen years time I will be 39 years old, coemplating retireme, and on the phone with Mac asking him for a coaching job!!! (Tyle ler) r) - Once I am done with my professional playing career, I will hire Wags as my assista coach/goalkeeper coach at whatever team I am coaching. I think he would respond well to being my assista! (Tyle ler) - Without a doubt, I miss how close the soccer team was at Hartwick. The friends that I made, the experiences we shared, the laughs we had was a special time in my life. As a group we had so much fun on and off the field. 5. How did Hartwick prepare you for a professional soccer career? Hemming was a two-time Atlaic Soccer Conference Player of the Year at Wick. 9

10 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES BRIAN GORDON #7 SAM WRIGHT #11 Senior * Back * 6-0 * 180 Senior * Midfield * 5-10 * 165 Renfr nfrew, Scotland Newqua wquay, Eng ngland University of Albany Brya & Stratton College 2008 SEASON: Made 16 appearances for Hartwick in his first season with the program... started 12 games in the back... scored first goal in a Wick uniform in the 51st minute in a 2-2 tie against Bucknell on Sep tallied 56 minuytes io the match to give the Hawks a 2-0 lead in a 4-0 win over Western Michigan in the MAC quarterfinals SEASON: Played in 14 games at the University of Albany, making 14 starts... registered 11 shots on goal... was named to the all-t teams at the VCU Nike T as well as at the Adidas Classic at Colgate SEASON: Started 18 of 19 games in the midfield last season for Wick... only goal of the season was the game-winning tally in a 3-1 win over UNC Wilmington in the Oneoa Mayor s Cup... named to the Loyola College Black and Decker Classic All-T team. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played two years at Brya & Stratton College... was a two-year all-region honoree and first team New York East Division pick... attended Carterton Community School back in England, where he lettered in both rugby and soccer. PERSONAL: Born Jul. 14, Sam is the son of Ian and Linda Wright... majoring in Business Administration SEASON: Started all 18 games as a freshman for the Great Danes... tallied two goals... netted first collegiate goal in a victory over Siena (9/20) and scored a game-winning tally in a 2-1 victory over Maine (10/11)... named to the America East all-rookie team and all-t team. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Was a five-year player for Trinity High School, where he was a teammate of former Hawk John Paul Boyle earned first team all-region honors in played five years with St. Mirren FC and helped the team to the Scottish Cup Finals... plays for Neilston Juniors FC... was named to the America East Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 29, Brian is the son of Brian and Catherine Gordon... majoring in History. ak Gordon s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals After a slow start to the 2008 season we started seeing the very best of Brian towards the end of the year and throughout the spring. A fit, aggressive and committed Brian in 2009 will add needed steel and experience to our backline. ak Wrig ight ht s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Sam is an excelle passer of the ball and we will be looking for him to link our defense to the attacking third. Sam knows that we will require him to be a driving force in our midfield this campaign. 10

11 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS STEVEN AMAYA #10 OWEN BOTTING TING #3 Junior * Midfield * 5-8 * 155 Junior * Back * 5-10 * 183 Oakland Gardens, NY Billingshurst, England Martin Luther King High School The Weald/H eald/heide idelb lberg g Colle lege 2007 Mid-American Conference (2nd team) 2008 SEASON: started all 19 of Hartwick s matches... tied for second on the team in goals scored... tied for third in pois... netted first goal of the year in 2-2 draw with then-unbeaten New Hampshire on Sep closed out the scoring in the MAC quarterfinals versus Western Michigan (4-0 win)... registered assists against Bucknell (2-2 tie) and Western Michigan (2-1 ot win) SEASON: Nabbed second team MAC accolades... played in 17 games, starting 14 of them... tallied one goal and two assists for four pois... posted first collegiate poi with an assist versus Seton Hall... assisted on one of Wick s two goals in a victory over MAC foe Buffalo... scored first collegiate goal in the opening round of the MAC T versus Western Michigan SEASON: One of four players to start in all 19 matches... finished the season as Wick s leader in assists with seven... ended the season tied for 4th in the Mid- American Conference in helpers... first career goal for Hartwick was the game-winner in 2-0 shutout of Bowling Green on Oct registered multi-assist game in Wick s 4-0 win over Western Michigan in MAC quarterfinals on Nov voted team rookie of the year by his peers... team was in games in which Botting notched either a goal or assist Season: Played in 19 games making 18 starts for Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio... received third team Great Lakes Region honors... named to the Ohio Athletic Conference second team... registered two goals and three assists for the Stude Princes over the course of the season... notched the game-winning assist in Heidelberg s season-opening win over the College of Wooster. PERSONAL: Born Jun. 7, Owen is the son of Les and Kate Botting... majoring in Business Administration. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: A member of two NYC PSAL Championship squads ( 04, 06)... named the 2006 PSAL Championship MVP and player of the year Adidas/ NSCAA High School All-American... club team NY Red Bull captured the New Jersey State Cup and the Super Y-League National titles... ESP/Adidas All-Star... played ODP for the US Youth Region I Team... is a U.S. National Team pool player. PERSONAL: Born May 1, Steven is the son of Rigoberto and Maria Amaya... majoring in Accouing... enrolled in Feb after graduating from high school early. ak Ama maya s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Steven has the natural ability to greatly influence the success of our team. We will be looking for him to further impose himself on the game and coribute additional goals and assists in ak Bott otting ing s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Owen will be looking to build upon an outstanding first year here at the Wick. He provides good balance to our team and has the ability to influence the attack with quality service io the final third. 11

12 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM #30 EVAN DOAN AN #18 Junior * Midfield * 6-0 * 170 Junior * Forward * 6-0 * 185 Dunedin, New Zealand Garland, TX John McGlashan High School North Garland High School 2008 SEASON: Played in 18 of 19 coests and made 14 starts... closed out season with three assists... picked up first poi with an assist on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Brown (Oct. 21)... set up the game-winning strike in 2-1 overtime win at Western Michigan on Nov assisted the final goal in Wick s 4-0 shutout of WMU in the MAC quarters SEASON: Was the lone player on the roster to play all 18 games, making 17 starts... posted one goal and four assists for six pois... recorded first collegiate poi with an assist against UAB... dished off back-to-back assists versus Seton Hall... posted final helper of the season to force Syracuse game io overtime... tallied first goal in a tie against Western Michigan... se Wick io the MAC semis with the winning goal in the shootout (4-2) against WMU SEASON: Saw action in 18 games, making a pair of starting appearances... took 14 shots on the year... scored go-ahead goal in an eveual 2-2 tie with Bucknell on Sep SEASON: Played in 15 games, making eight starts... posted lone pois of the year in the season opener with a game-winning goal and his first of his career versus UAB (Aug. 31). PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Played varsity soccer at North Garland High School... scored 20 career goals and added 35 career assists... was named a first team all-district selection as a sophomore... played club soccer for FC Dallas Youth for four years... was chosen all four years for the Player s Choice Award... played for the US Youth Region III team... was a three-time recipie of the Academic Excellence Award. PERSON ERSONAL: AL: Born Nov. 2, Evan is the son of Robert and Belinda Doan... majoring in Business Administration. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Has tallied 13 U-20 caps for his native New Zealand in iernational competitions, including represeing his coury at the 2007 U-20 World Championships... was a member of Dunedin Technical squads from and played for Otago United for three years. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Nov. 29, Michael is the son of Phil and Saku Cunningham... is pursuing a degre in accouing at Hartwick. Cunning unningham ham s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals ak Michael knows that we did not see his best in 2008 although early signs would suggest that he is going to enjoy a strong When fit and healthy he is a very taleed player who can pull the strings for our team in the ceer of the park. ak Doan an s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Possibly the cleanest technician on our team, we are looking for Evan to impose himself on the game. A tremendous striker of the ball, we will require Evan to chip in with importa goals in

13 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS NICK PRATICO #15 PR CARSON PRYDE #26 Junior * Back * 6-0 * 180 Junior * Back * 5-10 * 170 Philade hiladelphia, lphia, PA Calgar ary, Alb lberta Archbishop Ryan High School Lord Beaverbrook High School 2008 SEASON: Made eight starts and 13 appearances in his sophomore campaign... registered first career tally at Hartwick on Oct. 7 scoring the game-winning header in the 4th minute in a 1-0 blanking of Colgate SEASON: Saw action in six games for the Hawks, making four starts SEASON: Trained with the varsity, but did not see playing time... redshirted season. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Graduated from Archbishop Ryan High School... played club soccer with FC Delco... his club team won seven straight state titles... was a three-time all- Catholic league pick... also earned all-state honors. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Nov. 20, Nick is the son of Tony and Colleen Pratico... majoring in Business Manageme SEASON: Started 12 of final 13 games on the backline... saw action in 16 of Wick s matches... selected as the team s Most Improved Player SEASON: Saw action in nine games, making two starts... tallied one goal on the year... scored first collegiate goal in the final momes off a corner to force overtime against Syracuse (Oct. 17). PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Named athlete of the year in 2004 and 2005 at Lord Beaverbrook... was nominated for the Lawrence King Award for track & field... played for Calgary Foothills Irish 88 s, the Calgary Foothills U-16 squad, and FC Calgary... was a member of the U-18 Provincial title team and winner of the Golden Boot Award with Foothills Irish... was a member of a regional title team with FC Calgary (U- 17)... also played for the Alberta South Provincial team in 2004 and team won national title in 05. PERSONAL: Born May 2, Carson is the son of Collin and Deana Pryde... majoring in Biochemistry. ak Prat atic ico s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Nick is an importa personality in our dressing room and is a very consiste performer. He provides our young squad with both a maturity and a stability through his quiet leadership of our team. ak Pryde s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Carson has made huge strides here at Wick and established himself as our starting right back in the second half of the 2008 season. He is a warrior who has the determination and physical gifts to close down the most dangerous of oppones. 13

14 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES JEREMY VUOLO #1 Junior * Goalkeeper * 6-3 * 205 Junior * Goalkeeper * 6-3 * 205 Downingt ningtown, n, PA Downingt ningtown West Hig igh Scho hool 2008 SEASON: Started all 19 matches... recorded a goals against average of only 0.92 in over 1867 minutes... earned six clean sheets... ranked 1st in the MAC in saves, 3rd in both save perceage and GAA, and 4th in shutouts... made a career-high eight stops against Drexel in season opener... made seven saves in 2-2 draw with New Hampshire and 2-0 victory over Bowling Green... received coaches award for dedication and unselfishness at the conclusion of the year SEASON: Started 16 of 18 games and posted a record... allowed only 18 goals in 1590 minutes of action... made 55 saves...tallied five shutouts on the year... posted first collegiate win by blanking James Madison saved a season-high seven shots in a 2-0 loss at Akron... stuffed final three kicks in a shootout versus Western Michigan to send Hartwick to the MAC semifinals SEASON: Redshirted the season. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Graduated from Downington West High School... played three years of soccer... was named a regional All-American as a junior... named Chesmo League MVP as a junior... posted 29 shutouts in his high school career... played with FC Delco U-19 and Spirit United Club from played with the Reading Rage of the PDL prior to his freshman year at Hartwick. TIM DAIGLE #24 Sophomore * Midfield * 6-0 * 170 East Greenbush, NY Columbia High School 2008 SEASON: Did not see any action... was named to the Empire 8 Preside s List in March for achieving a 3.75 gradepoi average in the fall SEASON: Trained with the varsity team, but did not see any action... retained freshman eligibility. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Played soccer at Columbia High School where he tallied five goals and six assists his senior season... played club soccer for 2006 Super Y-League New England Division Champion Blackwatch Sterling... was named a first team Super Y-League Championship selection was chosen as the MVP of 2006 Hartwick Nike Soccer Camp was a member of the National Honor Society... PERSON ERSONAL: AL: Born Aug. 17, Tim is the son of Bill and Michele Daigle... pursuing a degree in Economics/ Mathematics. PERSONAL: Born Sep. 5, Jeremy is the son of Charles and Diana Vuolo... majoring in Business Administration. ak Vuolo uolo s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS GA GAA Saves SO Rec Totals JV coinues to develop and evolve io a domina presence in the goal. He has all the tools, commitme and work ethic to establish himself as the premier goalkeeper in the MAC. ak Daigle le s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals When aggressively attacking oppones Timmy is a real handful. He has the pace and directness to influence the game with penetrating runs at the oppones defense. 14

15 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS RUSSELL OOST OST-LIE -LIEVENSE Sophomore * Midfield * 5-10 * 158 West estpor ort, CT Staples High School #29 NICK ROYDHOUSE #6 Sophomore * Midfield * 5-7 * 151 Palme almerst ston, New Zealand Palme almerst ston Nor orth Hig igh Scho hool 2008 SEASON: Did not see any action. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played three years at Staples High School registering 21 goals and 26 assists... earned all-state honorable meion in his senior campaign... named all-fciac 2nd team in his junior year... team won league t, advanced to the Class LL state finals, and was ranked as high as 17th in the coury his junior season... played club with South Ceral Premier... also played baseball and tennis in high school. PERSON ERSONAL: AL: Born Mar. 28, Russell is the son of Marian Oost-Lievense... he is undecided on a major SEASON: Played in 18 games in his freshman season... made 10 starting appearances... took 17 shots on the year... registered two assists for two pois... secured first career poi at Wick in 2-2 tie with New Hampshire... set up opening goal in 2-1 overtime win over Fordham on Sep earned all-t honors at the Loyola College Black and Decker Classic in August. PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Brings extensive iernational experience to the lineup... played for New Zealand U13, U14 and U15 squads and represeed his coury at the 2007 FIFA U20 World Cup in Canada... traveled with New Zealand Secondary Schools to Europe in played in 14 differe coury and 15 iernational eves... garnered Palmerston North Boys High School Dux Ludorum honors in PERSONAL: Born Oct. 5, Nick is the son of Gra and Rita Roydhouse... majoring in Business/Accouing. Oost-Lievense nse s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Roydhouse dhouse s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals ak Rusty has come a long way this year and is an importa character in the locker room and on the training field. He has worked hard to compete physically and I am excited to watch his developme this season. ak Nicky was arguably our best player this past spring and we will be looking for him to really establish himself this fall. He is a technical player with good pace who will provide excelle service io our strikers and is an added end product to the team. 15

16 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES DAN SUMMERS #9 PAT THOMPSON #17 Sophomore * Forward * 6-1 * 183 Sophomore * Midfield * 6-0 * 162 Banstead, England Candor, NY Sutton Grammar School Candor High School 2008 SEASON: Saw action in 18 matches... made 10 starts... tied for 2nd on the team in goals scored and tied for 3rd in pois... scored first career goal in a Hartwick uniform in a 2-1 win over Fordham on Sep netted golden goal against Western Michigan to cap a two-goal night on Nov assisted Hawk s lone tally in MAC semifinals at Akron... tied for 3rd in pois per game and tied for 5th in goals per game in MAC coests... PRIOR TO O HARTWICK: Played seven years of soccer and five years cricket... played two years for Walton and Hersham FC Youth team and was the team s top goal scorer in season with 22 markers in 17 games... played season for Kingstonian FC and netted six goals in 18 starts... served as Sutton School s district captain (U14 through U18) and was team captain for Surrey Couy (U16 through U18)... was a national trialist for the England Schoolboys team. PERSON ERSONAL: AL: Born Apr. 3, Dan is the son of Michael and Janette Summers... is undecided on a major SEASON: Played in seven matches in his first season with the program... recipie of the team s freshman academic achieveme award, earning the highest grade-poi average for a first semester player. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Twosport letterman at Candor High School... lettered one year in track and four years in soccer for the Indians... was a first team all-state honoree and a two-time IAC MVP... posted a school record 34 goals and dished off 32 assists his senior year... holds a part of the school s 4x800 relay record... served as a two-year team captain for soccer... was part of a team that advanced to the finals of the BC Fusion Premier Club State Cup... participated in National Honor Society... played six years for the New York State ODP team. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 14, Patrick is the son of Bob and Valerie Thompson... has a brother who runs cross coury and track at the University of Colorado... majoring in Business & Economics. Summers Career Statistics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals Tho hompso mpson s s Car areer r Statist istics ics Year ear GP-GS Shots G A Pts Totals ak Dan has the ability to score goals at this level and is a very clean striker of the ball. When playing to his strengths he is an imposing player and we will be looking for Dan to lead our line and coribute importa goals in ak Pat is a very fit, committed player who possesses the necessary drive to be successful at this level. This past spring he grew tremendously in confidence and is now ready to compete for additional playing responsibility in this squad. 16

17 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS JUMOL OD #8 Junior * Forward * 6-2 * 196 HAREWOOD Junior * Forward * 6-2 * 196 Brooklyn, NY Brya & Stratton College JAKE WRIGHT #36 Junior * Goalkeeper * 6-0 * 182 Junior * Goalkeeper * 6-0 * 182 Ranc ancho Palos Verdes, CA Cal-State Northridge PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played two seasons for Brya & Stratton College in Syracuse... team won the conference championship in was a two-time all-region and allconference forward in 2007 and was the Bobcats top scorer in the 08 season. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Apr. 29, son of Susan Sandy... plans to major in Business Administration at Hartwick. the 2007 State Cup. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played two seasons with the Cal-State Northridge Matadors in 2007 and attended Palos Verdes Peninsula High School where he was a two-time first team all-bay League selection... played club soccer with Palos Verdes Soccer Club which won PERSON ERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, Son of Kris and Tom Wright... majoring in Political Science at Wick. ak We have observed Jumol s developme over the past two years and we feel that he will make an immediate impact within our program. He is a player with great physical strength and will be able to unbalance defenses with his pace and power. ak Jake transferred in this past spring and immediately showed that he is an experienced, taleed goalkeeper. He is a good shot stopper and will be looking to coinue his developme within our program. JHERRETT MARONE ONEY #22 Sophomore * M/F * 5-7 * 155 Sophomore * M/F * 5-7 * 155 Cincinnatus, NY Stony Brook University PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played one season for Stony Brook University... saw action in 17 of 19 games for the Seawolves making nine starts... was a fourtime league all-star at Cincinnatus High School... registered 50 goals and 20 assists for the Lions... was a member of NY West ODP for two years and a Region I ODP pool member... played club soccer with B.C. United Fusion for three years. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Jul. 22, Son of Lynette Rickert and Robert Maroney... plans to major in English. KONR ONRAD AD ANDERSSON #20 Freshman * Back * 6-1 * 172 Helsingborg, Sweden Fibornaskolan High School PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Played club with Raa Idrottsforening from a member of the Helsingborgs Idrottsforening (HIF) Youth Academy for eight years ( 01-09)... team won Swedish Championship in competed for Sweden six times at the U17 level. PERSONAL: Born Jul. 11, Son of Joe and Ingela Andersson... undecided on a major. ak Jherrett is transferring in this fall and has already enjoyed success at the Division I level. He is a dynamic, hard working player who will immediately compete for a starting role in either a midfield or forward position. ak Konrad is an experienced defender who is also comfortable playing in the midfield. He is a mobile, fit player who will provide additional options and a balance to our squad throughout this year s campaign. 17

18 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES PEDR EDRO ANDREONI #16 Freshman * Back * 6-2 * 173 Sao Paulo aulo, Brazil South Ke Prep Scho hool l (CT) PRIOR TO HART WICK: Attended South Ke School in Connecticut where he helped his team win the 2008 New England (NEPSSA) Championship... played club soccer with Sport Clube Corohians Paulista (2003), Athletico Clube Nacional ( ), and Paulistano Athletico Clube ( 07-08). PERSONAL: Born Jan. 17, Son of Marcio and Cristina Andreoni... plans to major in Business Administration at Hartwick. CLEYON BROWN BR #12 Freshman * Forward * 5-8 * 170 Freshman * Forward * 5-8 * 170 Kingston, Jamaica Berkshire School PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Was a captain and a WINEPSA all-star at Berkshire School in Massachusetts... also played at Calabar High School in Jamaica... is a member of the Jamaican U18 and U20 national pool... has participated with Harbour View Football Club... club teams captured Olivier Shield, Walker Cup, and Manning Cup. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Mar. 2, Son of Margaret Gray... majoring in Accouing. ak Pedro is a young, taleed defender who is coming off a very successful season at South Ke Prep in Connecticut. He is a skillful player with two good feet and we believe that Pedro has a tremendous amou of poteial at this level. ak Cleyon is a striker who likes to run at defenders and he can find space in fro of or behind defenses. We believe that he will compleme the other forwards within our program and I am looking forward to seeing him in a Hartwick shirt. NOLAN BROWN BR #0 Freshman * Goalkeeper * 6-1 * 173 Freshman * Goalkeeper * 6-1 * 173 Lee ee s s Summit, MO Lee ee s s Summit Nor orth th Hig igh h Scho hool PRIOR TO HART WICK: Lettered three years in goal for Lee s Summit North High School in Missouri... captured two district championships with the Broncos... played his club soccer with Kansas City Soccer Club (KCSC). PERSON ERSONAL: Born Nov. 23, Son of Mark and Michelle Brown... Nolan is pursuing a degree in Pre-Med. LEE FENNER #32 Freshman * Goalkeeper * 5-10 * 160 Altamo, NY Clayton A. Bouton PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Was a two-time Colonial Council allleague selection at Clayton A. Bouton... competed in the Section II all-star game... represeed the Adirondack Region in the 2008 Empire State Games... a member of the Region I ODP team from competed in the 08 National Super Y ODP camp. PERSONAL: Born Jul. 26, Son of Brian and Debie Fenner... majoring in Art History. ak Nolan was recommended to us by one of our alums, Todd Hoffard, and we are excited to see him compete for our goalkeeper position this fall. He possesses a terrific work ethic and has the ability to pull off that special save. ak Lee is an athletic goalkeeper with a true desire to develop and grow within our program. He is coming from a good soccer background and we are excited to have him join us here at Hartwick. 18

19 36 NCAA WINS ** 2 NATION TIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR ** 26 ALL-AMERICANS SIMON GREATWICH #23 RAMSA AMSAY HARTLE HAR TLEY #25 Freshman * Midfield * 5-10 * 143 Freshman * Back * 6-1 * 168 Lewes, England Maplewood, NJ BHASVIC College Columbia High School PRIOR TO HART WICK: Represeed the Philippines National Team at the AFC Challenge Cup in the Maldive Islands... has earned six caps... attended Lewes Priory and BHASVIC College ( )... team at BHASVIC was the national finalists in played club soccer with Brighton & Hove, Albion FC, and Lewes FC. PERSONAL: Born Sep. 30, Son of Clive and Carolina Greatwich... undecided on a major... brother Chris played for Hartwick from brother Philip plays soccer at Towson University in MD. ak Simon is an iellige, crafty midfielder with the ability to create opportunities for either himself or a teammate. He will add additional attacking options to our team and we are looking forward to watching him perform this fall. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Fouryear player at Columbia High School... was an all-state selection and helped the Cougars to the state semifinals... plays for the TSF Academy ( )... was a Super Y All-Metro represeative... squad won Super Y North American Championship. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 5, Son of Paul and Megan Hartley... undecided on a major. ak Every time we watched Ramsey play our coaching staff was impressed with his composure and distribution out of the back. He is a solid defender who strikes a great ball and has the size to make a quick transition to the Division I level. JOEL JAL ALANNE ANNE #14 Freshman * Back * 6-0 * 156 Littoinen, Finland Aur uraj ajoki ki Secondar ondary y Scho hool PRIOR TO HART WICK: Captained FC Ier Turku to a Youth National Championship... A member of the Finnish U18 and U19 National Pool... attended Aurajoki Sports Orieed Upper Secondary School. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 18, Son of Erkki and Teija Jalanne... plans to major in Business Administration. JAK AKOB OB KARL ARLGREN #5 Freshman * Back * 6-2 * 176 Gothenburg, Sweden Kat atrine inelunds Gymnasium PRIOR TO O HART WICK: Attended Katrinelunds Gymnasium... played club with BK Hacken and Torslanda IK... was an all-region player... captured Allsvenskan and Swedish Youth Championships in 2006 and the Gothia Cup in 2007 with BK Hacken. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 4, Son of Eva and Bengt Karlgren... will major in Business Administration at Hartwick. ak Joel has demonstrated excelle leadership qualities within every team that he has represeed. He is a good individual defender who uses the ball very well and is a real threat from set pieces. ak Jakob is an experienced defender who comes to the Wick with an excelle pedigree. He is a calm, composed player who will immediately compete for time in our backline. 19

20 1 NATION TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ** 7 FINAL FOURS ** 23 NCAA APPEAR EARANCES ANCES JASON KEEFE #21 Freshman * Forward * 5-5 * 150 Freshman * Forward * 5-5 * 150 Spring ingfie field, MA Spring ingfie field Ce ral Hig igh Scho hool SEUN SANUSI #28 Freshman * Midfield * 5-10 * 144 St. Leonard, MD St. Mar ary y s s Ryken PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Was a four-time all-league and all- Western Massachusetts player at at Springfield High... was the Golden Eagles top scorer all four years of high school... played for both Western United FC and Oakwood Academy... represeed the Massachusetts ODP program for fiev years ( 02-07). PERSONAL: Born Jul. 22, Son of Michael and Susan Keefe... majoring in Business Administration. PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Earned all-state and all-couy honors at St. Mary s Ryken... also played with Freestate Titans, MSC United, Potomac Academy, and DC United Academy... National Honor Society member and spe four straight years on the Presides Honor Roll. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Dec. 3, Son of Tajudeen and Bunmi Sanusi... majoring in Computer Science at Hartwick. ak Jason is a very industrious, hard working forward who wears down opposing defenders. We believe that Jason has the physical tools required to make the adjustme to this level. ak Seun is a busy, fast midfielder with good technique who has represeed the DC United Academy program and should quickly make the transition to life here at Hartwick. NIKO TIRKKONEN #13 Freshman * Midfield * 6-0 * 178 Hollola, Finland Salpausselan Lukio PRIOR TO HARTWICK: Has represeed Finland s U18 national team in Slovakia and Portugal... was a national youth runner-up with FC Reipas... also competed with City Stars, HYPS, and FC Lahti Academy... attended Salpausselan Lukio. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Aug. 11, Son of Merja and Jari Tirkkonen... will major in Business Administration. MICHAEL WYSOCKI #19 Freshman * Forward * 5-8 * 150 Somers, CT East Catholic High School PRIOR TO HART WICK: Played four years of soccer for the two-time state champion East Catholic Eagle... was a 2008 all-new England selection leading the squad to an unbeaten season... is a member of West Hartford Premier Soccer Club... has competed for the Connecticut ODP program. PERSON ERSONAL: Born Sep. 21, Son of Joe and Lisa Wysocki... majoring in Business Administration at Wick. ak Niko is a physical midfield player who may also see some time upfro for us this Fall. He is a player with a terrific engine and has scored importa goals at every level. ak Michael impressed our staff with his passion and drive. He is a player who can wriggle free of defenders and we feel he will quickly make the transition to Division I soccer here at Hartwick. 20

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