2014 Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer Media Guide and Record Book

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1 2014 Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer Media Guide and Record Book

2 Table of Contents MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 24 Public Square, 15th Floor, Cleveland, Ohio Website: Telephone: Media Relations Fax: Administration Fax: MEN S SOCCER LIAISONS Jeff Bacon Men s Soccer Liaison Ext. 316 Phil Burwell Men s Soccer Media Contact Ext. 319 MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE STAFF Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher Commissioner Bob Gennarelli Deputy Commissioner/Chief Operating Officer (COO) Ext. 308 Jeff Bacon Sr. Associate Commissioner for Championships/Sport Development Ext. 316 Ricky Stokes Associate Commissioner/M. Basketball Ext. 307 Ken Mather Assistant Commissioner/Media & Public Relations Ext. 301 Korinth Patterson Assistant Commissioner for Championships Ext. 302 Kristin Williams Assistant Commissioner for Institutional Services Ext. 320 Jeremy Guy Director of Communications Ext. 303 Kerri Krawczak Director of Football Operations & Special Events Ext. 324 Phil Burwell Associate Director of Communications Ext. 319 Tori Kohl Assistant Director of Media Relations Ext. 322 Kyle Klein Championships Assistant Ext. 323 TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents MAC Men s Soccer Championship Bracket...3 This is the Mid-American Conference Commissioner, Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher MAC Men s Soccer Composite Schedule...7 Akron Zips Bowling Green Falcons Buffalo Bulls Northern Illinois Huskies West Virginia Western Michigan Season Statistics Year-By-Year Final Standings History of Mid-American Conference Champions...29 Mid-American Conference Coaching History...30 Mid-American Conference Individual Award Winners...31 All-MAC Selections Academic All-MAC Selections...34 Player of the Week Honors...35 NSCAA Recognitions...36 Regional and National Academic Recognitions...37 Annual Statistical Leaders Mid-American Conference Individual Records Mid-American Conference Team Records Mid-American Conference Championship Results...45 Mid-American Conference All-Tournament Teams...46 The MAC in the NCAA Tournament Championship Brackets Championship Brackets Championship Brackets Championship Brackets Championship Recaps & Brackets Championship Recaps & Brackets Championship Recaps & Brackets Akron Zips National Championship Championship Recaps & Brackets Championship Recaps & Brackets Championship Recaps & Brackets MAC SOCCER ON TWITTER Mid-American Phil Burwell (MAC Men s Soccer Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois West Virginia Western Michigan Elizabeth Sislak Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ext. 314 Julie Kachner Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Ext. 311 MAC/IMG PROPERTIES Scott Klein Senior Account Executive Ext Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

3 2014 MAC Men s Soccer Championship Bracket Friday, November 14 Sunday, November 16 No. 1 Seed Match 2 TBA No. 4 Seed No. 3 Seed MAC Championship TBA 2014 Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer Champion Match 1 TBA No. 2 Seed 2014 Mid-AMericAn conference Men s soccer championship schedule (hosted By the highest seed) SemifinalS friday, november 14 match 1 - no. 2 Seed vs. no. 3 Seed - tba match 2 - no. 1 Seed vs. no. 4 Seed - tba championship Sunday, november 16 match 3 - match 1 Winner vs. match 2 Winner 3 3

4 This Is The Mid-American Conference Providing leadership in education and diversity, the Mid-American Conference moves into its 69th year of service to the student-athlete. Since its inception in 1946, the Mid-American Conference has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only ten football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in March of The league has grown its commitment to championships by expanding to six its number of neutral site post season events football (Ford Field, Detroit), men s and women s basketball (Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland), softball (Firestone Stadium, Akron) and baseball (All Pro Freight Stadium, Avon, Ohio). In addition, the SPIRE Academy (Geneva, Ohio) will also serve as the site for the 2015 MAC men s swimming & diving championship. In addition to growing its commitment to MAC championships, Steinbrecher has strategically positioned the MAC s participation in hosting NCAA events and championships. The MAC will serve as the host for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men s Basketball Midwest Regional and was recently awarded the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships as both events will take place at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. The MAC has also hosted both the 2012 and 2014 NCAA Women s Bowling Championships under his direction. In 2013, the MAC had five programs receive football bowl invitations: Bowling Green (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl), Northern Illinois (San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl), Ball State (GoDaddy Bowl), Buffalo (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) and Ohio (Beef O Brady s Bowl St. Petersburg). The MAC had three programs with 10 or more wins (Northern Illinois 12-2; Ball State 10-3; Bowling Green 10-4) which tied for third among FBS conferences (ACC, Big 12 and Conference USA), trailing only the SEC and Pac-12. Last December Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch finished third overall in the Heisman Trophy voting, the highest ever finish by a MAC student-athlete. Lynch was invited to the Heisman Trophy Award ceremony in New York City and became only the third MAC student-athlete to receive an invitation to the ceremony Marshall QB Chad Pennington (1999) and Marshall WR Randy Moss (1997). Buffalo Bulls linebacker Khalil Mack was the fifth overall selection by the Oakland Raiders in the 2014 NFL Draft. Mack s selection was the highest ever for the Buffalo program and the second-highest ever selection for a MAC student-athlete. This marked the second consecutive year for the MAC to have its two highest ever selections in the NFL Draft. In the 2013 NFL Draft, Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher was selected as the first overall selection by the Kansas City Chiefs, making Fisher the first-ever football player from the MAC selected first overall in the NFL Draft. In 2012, the MAC witnessed a record setting seven teams receive bowl invitations, including the first ever BCS Bowl invitation with Northern Illinois playing in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1, The MAC also had four football programs ranked in the top 25 of national polls Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio as the BCS Standings had two MAC programs in the Top 25 at the end of the regular season with No. 15 Northern Illinois and No. 25 Kent State. The MAC also set a conference record for the most wins against FBS opponents with 16 victories. In the fall of 2013, the MAC announced the creation of newly created bowl games in Boca Raton, Fla., Nassau, Bahamas, Miami Beach, Fla., and Montgomery, Ala. for a six-year period ( ). The creation of the Boca Raton, Bahamas and Miami Beach Bowls is the centerpiece of a joint agreement between several FBS conferences and will be supported by several FBS conferences on a six-year rotating basis. The Boca Raton Bowl will be owned and operated by ESPN and will be played at FAU Stadium, an open air stadium which seats nearly 30,000 fans on the campus of Florida Atlantic University. The Bahamas Bowl will be played at Thomas A. Robinson Stadium. The Miami Beach Bowl will be played at Marlins Park. The Camellia Bowl, based in Montgomery, Ala., is owned and operated by ESPN and will be played in the Cramton Bowl, a 25,000 seat stadium. The MAC is also a partner with the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl as a primary partner in 2017 and 2019, and a secondary partner in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018 bowl seasons. The MAC will play the Mountain West in both the 2017 and 2019 bowl seasons, played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Starting in the 2014 season, the MAC will have a minimum five guaranteed bowl opportunities. The MAC has long-term primary contracts with the GoDaddy Bowl (based in Mobile, Ala.) through the 2017 season and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (based in Boise, Ida.) through the 2019 season. In its partnership with ESPN, the MAC is in the sixth year of its eight-year rights agreement (through academic years) for football, as well as men s and women s basketball. The deal is the most extensive in the history of the conference. The agreement calls for a minimum of 25 events annually to be produced and aired on an ESPN platform including the men s and women s basketball championships, a regular-season MAC presence on ESPN, the Marathon MAC Football Championship Game and a minimum of 11 regular-season football games. In men s basketball, the MAC witnessed the No. 1 seed Western Michigan win its first MAC Men s Basketball Tournament since The MAC had five programs invited to postseason tournaments (NCAA-Western Michigan; NIT-Toledo; CIT-Akron, Eastern Michigan and Ohio). Eastern Michigan advanced to the CIT Second Round, while Ohio advanced to the CIT Quarterfinals. Buffalo senior forward Javon McCrea was named Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention. During the academic year, the University of Akron men s soccer team won its tenth MAC championship and sixth in the last seven years. The Zips defeated Indiana in the 2013 NCAA first round before falling to Marquette, which snapped a string of five consecutive NCAA Round of 16 appearances. Akron witnessed senior Aodhan Quinn selected as one of 15 semifinalists for the prestigious Hermann Trophy. MAC affiliate member West Virginia had junior Andy Bevin named to the Capital One Academic All-America First Team. The MAC had two student-athletes selected in the first round of the 2013 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft No. 3 overall Akron goalkeeper David Meyes (Portland Timbers) and No. 12 overall West Virginia defender Eric Schoenle (Philadelphia Union). In wrestling, the MAC welcomed Missouri, Northern Iowa and Old Dominion as affiliate members over the last two seasons. Missouri won the 2014 conference tournament title for the second consecutive year. True freshman J Den Cox of Missouri won the 197 lb. national championship to become the ninth MAC wrestler to win a national championship. A MAC record 43 wrestlers competed at the NCAA Wrestling Championships and the MAC witnessed nine Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

5 This Is The Mid-American Conference wrestlers named All-American Joe Roth, Central Michigan (7th place at 133); Ian Miller, Kent State (4th place at 141); J Den Cox, Missouri (1st place at 197); Drake Houdashelt, Missouri (5th place at 149); Dylan Peters, Northern Iowa (6th place at 125); Joe Colon, Northern Iowa (3rd place at 133); Joey Lazor, Northern Iowa (6th place at 141); Jeremy Johnson, Ohio (7th place at 285) and Jack Dechow, Old Dominion (4th place at 184). In men s cross country, Eastern Michigan claimed its 18th conference championship, while Missouri State won its first ever swimming & diving championship as an affiliate member. In men s tennis, Ball State won its second MAC title in four years. Akron won its third MAC indoor track and field title in the last four years. Akron sophomore Shawn Barber became the school s first male individual national champion by winning the pole vault. In men s outdoor track and field, Eastern Michigan won its 22nd conference title in program history and junior Donald Scott garnered First Team All-American honors in the triple jump after taking sixth in the nation. Kent State s Matthias Tayala became the second MAC track and field student-athlete crowned a national champion this year in the hammer throw during the 2014 NCAA outdoor track and field championships. The 2014 track and field season was a historic one for the MAC with three national champions across men s and women s athletics. Akron s Shawn Barber was the 2014 NCAA indoor track and field pole vault champion clearing 5.75m, Akron s Annika Roloff was the 2014 NCAA outdoor track and field pole vault champion clearing 4.40m, while Kent State s Matthias Tayala was the 2014 NCAA outdoor track and field hammer throw champion with a distance of 73.57m. Kent State won the program s sixth consecutive and 20th overall conference title in men s golf and received its 27th NCAA appearance. Kent State senior Taylor Pendrith became just the second player in program history to represent Kent State in the NCAA finals in each of his four seasons, including this year at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kansas. Kent State won its 11th MAC baseball tournament as the No. 3 seed and has won either the regular season or tournament title in 14 of the last 15 seasons. Earlier this summer the MAC witnessed 15 student-athletes selected in the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft led by Central Michigan starting pitcher Jordan Foley, who became the Chippewas highest draft pick in more than a decade when he was selected in the fifth round by the New York Yankees. Also, Ball State senior outfielder Sean Godfrey (drafted by Atlanta) and Miami senior pitcher Seth Varner (drafted by Cincinnati) were named to the Louisville Slugger All-America Third Team as chosen by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Women s athletics continued to shine for the MAC this past year. In women s basketball, Akron won its first ever MAC tournament championship and a program record 23 wins during the season. A total of five MAC programs were invited to postseason tournaments (NCAA-Akron; WNIT-Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan; WBI- Eastern Michigan). Bowling Green defeated High Point, St. Bonaventure and Michigan in the WNIT before falling to Rutgers in the WNIT Quarterfinals. In women s soccer, Western Michigan earned the program s first MAC title in ten years and went on to defeat No. 8 Marquette, 1-0, in the NCAA College Cup First-Round before falling to Notre Dame. In volleyball, Ohio claimed its eighth MAC title and fell to Michigan State in the NCAA First Round. Ohio s Abby Gilleland and Kelly Lamberti, along with Toledo s Lauren Rafdal, were named Division I All-American Honorable Mention. In women s cross country, Miami claimed the MAC title for the third time in program history, while Ohio s Juli Accurso won her second consecutive Great Lakes Regional and earned All-America honors at NCAA Regionals. In field hockey, Miami won the program s second consecutive conference title, while the RedHawks program won the conference championship in women s tennis for the second consecutive year and the fourth time in the last six years. Akron won its first ever MAC swimming & diving championship, while Central Michigan won its fifth consecutive MAC tournament title in gymnastics. In women s indoor track and field, Kent State won its fourth conference title in the last five years, while the Golden Flashes won the women s outdoor track and field championship for the fourth consecutive year. Akron s Annika Roloff was the 2014 NCAA outdoor track and field pole vault champion clearing 4.40m. In women s golf, Kent State won its 16th consecutive conference championship. Kent State freshman Wad Phaewchimplee became the second Golden Flash in history to win a NCAA Regional and was named All-American Honorable Mention by the Women s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA). In softball, the Ohio Bobcats won their first-ever conference tournament championship and advance to the NCAA tournament for the first time since Ball State softball senior left fielder Jennifer Gilbert was named to the 2014 National Fastpitch Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America Second Team. From two-time Super Bowl quarterback winning Ben Roethlisberger (Miami University), NFL Defensive MVP James Harrison (Kent State University), NFL Pro Bowlers (OT Joe Staley, TE Antonio Gates, WR Antonio Brown), British Open winner Ben Curtis (Kent State University), World Series winning manager Bob Brenly (Ohio University) and Olympic bobsled team member Brock Kreitzburgh (University of Toledo), the Mid-American Conference continues to excel in producing leaders in the world of athletics. History of the MAC Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men s and women s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The MAC was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The Mid-American Conference membership consists of 12 universities across five states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York and Ohio). In 1946 men s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total 23 sports. Women s sports were brought into the conference s structure in For men, there are 11 championships sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, 12 championships are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis. 5 5

6 Commissioner, Dr. Jon A Steinbrecher Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher enters his sixth year with the Mid-American Conference (MAC) after being named the league s eighth commissioner on March 16, Steinbrecher has expanded bowl opportunities for the conference and stabilized conference membership, increased national and regional television exposure, launched the conference s first-ever digital network, renegotiated the conference marketing rights agreement with IMG College and enhanced neutral site conference championships in basketball and baseball. Steinbrecher played an integral role in the development of the new College Football Playoff and serves on the Administrative Committee. Steinbrecher led the MAC bid to host the 2015 NCAA Men s Basketball Regional at Quicken Loans Arena and also developed and implemented a new MAC Coaches Orientation program. played at All Pro Freight Stadium in Avon, Ohio. He joined the MAC after serving six years as commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC). Prior to the OVC, Steinbrecher served as commissioner of the Mid-Continent Conference (the Summit League). He is the only person to serve as commissioner in all three NCAA Division I Subdivisions (FBS, FCS, DI). In six years with the OVC, Steinbrecher significantly increased the league s exposure through additional television coverage at the regional and national level. In 2005, he negotiated a five-year contract with ESPN that secured increased exposure for the league. That included being the first conference to sign a deal to have games appear on ESPNU, the OVC had the first sporting event telecast on that network (the 2005 OVC Men s Basketball Tournament Semifinal). Steinbrecher secured an invitation for the OVC to participate in ESPN s BracketBusters event. He also implemented conference merchandising and corporate partner programs and in 2008 negotiated a five-year agreement with IMG College to manage the OVC s multimedia rights and sponsorship sales. Specifically in football, Steinbrecher has led historic achievements in the overall growth of MAC football within the FBS level. Over the last three seasons ten different MAC programs have appeared in a bowl game. Also, the MAC became the first conference in the BCS era to have two teams vying for a BCS berth in the same year without an undefeated season. In 2012 both Northern Illinois and Kent State entered the Marathon MAC Football Championship Game with 11-1 records and ranked in the BCS Top 25. In January, 2013, Steinbrecher witnessed Northern Illinois earn the first ever BCS bowl berth by a MAC member in the Discover Orange Bowl and during the 2012 bowl season a conference record seven teams receive bowl invitations. Last season, Steinbrecher had five different MAC programs receive bowl invitations Bowling Green (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl); Northern Illinois (San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl); Ball State (GoDaddy Bowl); Buffalo (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) and Ohio (Beef O Brady s Bowl St. Petersburg). Steinbrecher orchestrated the creation of four new bowl games last fall the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl (Montgomery, Ala.), the Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas), the Boca Raton Bowl (Boca Raton, Fla.) and the Miami Beach Bowl (Miami, Fla.). Steinbrecher has built the MAC primary bowl agreements this year to a conference-best five guaranteed bowl games (GoDaddy Bowl; Famous Idaho Potato Bowl; Raycom Media Camellia Bowl; Bahamas Bowl and Boca Raton Bowl) and two additional secondary agreements (San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl; and ESPN owned bowl games such as BBVA Compass Bowl and Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl). These bowl agreements provide the MAC the opportunity to build on relationships with multiple bowl partners, expand national television exposure and broaden geographical opportunities to perform against peer FBS conferences. Steinbrecher directed a strategic planning process for the MAC, increased national exposure for the conference, as well as new opportunities for the conference in the areas of a new regional television network deal, marketing and sponsorships and securing long-term partnerships for MAC neutral site championship events. In the summer of 2013, the MAC entered into a three-year regional television deal with Time Warner Cable SportsChannel to expand its television coverage in football and men s and women s basketball. This provided the MAC its largest regional television presence for programming throughout the year, and increased promotion and marketing opportunities for the conference. Steinbrecher launched the first-ever MAC Digital Network in 2011 and earlier this summer re-launched the MAC Digital Network with a new partnership with SIDEARM. The Digital Network provides the conference with a new website, enhanced live streaming and programming, mobile platforms via the iphone, ipad and Android. In 2011, Steinbrecher also negotiated a new marketing agreement with ISP for the conference marketing and sponsorship rights through ISP merged with IMG and this long-term deal solidified the conference marketing partnership with the new IMG College brand. Steinbrecher negotiated a six-year contract extension with Cleveland s Quicken Loans Arena to host the MAC Men s and Women s Basketball Conference Tournament through The contract extension guarantees the continuation of the conference tournament at the same neutral site since 2000, originally Gund Arena and now named Quicken Loans Arena. Steinbrecher also announced the 2014 MAC Women s Swimming & Diving Championship and 2015 MAC Men s Swimming & Diving Championship will move to SPIRE, located in Geneva, Ohio, a state of the art facility only 30 minutes east of Downtown Cleveland. In addition, the MAC baseball tournaments in will be In July 2006, Steinbrecher helped spearhead a venture into streaming video with the launch of OVCSports.TV. The multimedia platform provided live and on-demand coverage of every OVC football and men s and women s basketball games as well as selected other sports, coaches shows, press conferences and special events. In its first two years of existence, OVCSports.TV streamed over 800 events and recorded nearly 5,000 paid subscribers. Under his leadership, the OVC re-emphasized its commitment to sportsmanship by implementing a series of good sports initiatives, including sportsmanship affidavits signed by coaches and administrators, student-athlete ethical conduct orientation and an institutional and team sportsmanship awards. Steinbrecher also initiated a Conference Basketball Issues Committee and oversaw increased promotional efforts for the OVC Basketball Tournament, which resulted in an increase in ticket sales revenue. He also spearheaded the efforts in bidding for, and ultimately securing, the 2014 NCAA Division I Women s Basketball Final Four for Nashville. Prior to being named Mid-Continent Conference Commissioner in Nov. 1994, Dr. Steinbrecher had previously served the league as Director of Communications, Director of Marketing and Communications and Assistant Commissioner. He joined the Mid-Con staff in 1989 after previously serving in the athletics departments at Houston Baptist University, Indiana University and Davidson College. Steinbrecher has served on a number of prominent NCAA committees, including the Division I Basketball Issues Committee, serving as a member of subcommittees for both men s and women s basketball, and in 1999 he became the first non-division I-A commissioner elected as president of the Collegiate Commissioner s Association (CCA). In June 2007, he was appointed to the NCAA Division I Men s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group by the late NCAA President Myles Brand. He has served on the NCAA Division I Legislative Council, the NCAA Championship Cabinet, the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification and the NCAA Men s Basketball Issues Committee. Steinbrecher is currently a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet, is Chair of the College Football Officiating Board of Managers and the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. He is also the Chair of the National Letter of Intent Policy and Review Committee. Steinbrecher has also served as Division I-AAA vice president of the CCA and as a member of the National Invitation Tournament s District IV Advisory Board. Steinbrecher is a 1983 graduate of Valparaiso University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and journalism. In 2006, he was bestowed an Alumni Achievement Award from his alma mater and last winter was inducted into the Valparaiso Athletics Hall of Fame. Steinbrecher graduated with a master s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1984, and he was awarded the doctorate of physical education in sports administration from Indiana University in An all-conference and academic all-conference selection in football and a conference champion in tennis, Steinbrecher was named Valparaiso s and the Heartland Collegiate Conference s Student-Athlete of the Year in In 2006, he was inducted into the Watauga County (N.C.) Sports Hall of Fame. Steinbrecher and his wife Anne have three children, daughter Grace and twin sons Matt and Will. Steinbrecher follows Rick Chryst, who served as MAC Commissioner ( ). David Reese served as the first commissioner from , followed by Bob James ( ), Fred Jacoby ( ), Jim Lessig ( ), Karl Benson ( ), Jerry Ippoliti ( ) Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

7 Saturday, August 16, 2014 Western Illinois at Northern Illinois (Exh.) 6:00 PM Sunday, August 17, 2014 Buffalo at Genesee C.C. (Exh.) 12:30 PM Dixie Soccer Club at Bowling Green (Exh.) 1:00 PM West Virginia at Ohio State (Exh.) 2:00 PM Monday, August 18, 2014 Maryland at Akron (Exh.) Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Cornerstone at Western Michigan (Exh.) Northern Illinois at IUPUI (Exh.) Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Seton Hall at Buffalo (Exh.) Bowling Green at Marshall (Exh.) Friday, August 22, 2014 Syracuse at Akron (Exh.) Northern Illinois at DePauw (Exh.) Saturday, August 23, 2014 Dayton at West Virginia (Exh.) Rochester NY at Buffalo (Exh.) Western Michigan at Oakland (Exh.) Friday, August 29, 2014 Detroit at Western Michigan St. John s at West Virginia Buffalo at San Diego Akron at New Mexico IUPUI at Bowling Green Hofstra vs. Northern Illinois Sunday, August 31, 2014 Buffalo at San Diego State Western Michigan at IPFW Quinnipiac vs. Northern Illinois Monday, September 01, 2014 Oakland at West Virginia Tuesday, September 02, 2014 Findlay at Bowling Green Thursday, September 04, 2014 Virginia Tech at West Virginia Akron at South Florida Friday, September 05, 2014 Bowling Green at Duquesne Bryant at Buffalo Northern Illinois at Cal Poly Western Michigan at Loyola Chicago Saturday, September 06, 2014 Akron at Florida Gulf Coast Sunday, September 07, 2014 Niagara at Bowling Green Bucknell at Buffalo Western Michigan at DePaul Northern Illinois at Santa Clara St. Francis (Pa.) at West Virginia Thursday, September 11, 2014 UC Irvine at West Virginia 2014 MAC Men s Soccer Composite Schedule 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:30 PM 6:00 PM 5:30 PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM 10:00 PM 8:30 PM 7:30 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM Friday, September 12, 2014 Butler at Western Michigan Buffalo at Niagara Central Florida at Akron UIC at Northern Illinois Northern Kentucky at Bowling Green Sunday, September 14, 2014 Hartford at Akron Eastern Illinois at Western Michigan Buffalo at Canisius Green Bay at Northern Illinois West Virginia at Elon Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Bowling Green at Michigan Friday, September 19, 2014 Western Michigan at UW Green Bay Detroit at Buffalo Eastern Illinois at Bowling Green Saturday, September 20, 2014 Tulsa at Akron West Virginia at High Point Marquette at Northern Illinois Sunday, September 21, 2014 Buffalo at Duquesne Western Michigan at Western Illinois Tuesday, September 23, 2014 West Virginia at James Madison Northern Illinois at UW Milwaukee Wednesday, September 24, 2014 Akron at Ohio State Michigan State at Bowling Green 5:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:30 PM 8:00 PM Friday, September 26, 2014 Northern Kentucky at Western Michigan 4:00 PM Niagara at West Virginia Saturday, September 27, 2014 Buffalo at Cornell Sunday, September 28, 2014 Bowling Green at St. Bonaventure Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Akron at Wake Forest Wednesday, October 01, 2014 Bowling Green at IPFW Houghton at Buffalo West Virginia at New Mexico Western Michigan at Michigan Northern Illinois at SMU Saturday, October 04, 2014 IUPUI at Western Michigan UAB at Akron Northern Illinois at Loyola Chicago Sunday, October 05, 2014 Duquesne at West Virginia Tuesday, October 07, 2014 Akron at Michigan State Bowling Green at Cleveland State 12:00 PM 9:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 12:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM Wednesday, October 08, 2014 Northwestern at Northern Illinois Friday, October 10, 2014 Western Michigan at Buffalo Saturday, October 11, 2014 Akron at Bowling Green West Virginia at Northern Illinois Tuesday, October 14, 2014 Buffalo at Lafayette Michigan at Akron Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Western Michigan at Michigan State Friday, October 17, 2014 West Virginia at Akron Saturday, October 18, 2014 Northern Illinois at Western Michigan Buffalo at Bowling Green Tuesday, October 21, 2014 St. Bonaventure at Buffalo Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Bowling Green at Ohio State West Virginia at Penn State SIU-Edwardsville at Northern Illinois Saturday, October 25, 2014 Northern Illinois at Buffalo Bowling Green at West Virginia Western Michigan at Akron Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Cleveland State at Akron Western Michigan at Dayton West Virginia at Penn Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Bowling Green at Detroit Saturday, November 01, 2014 Buffalo at West Virginia Akron at Northern Illinois Western Michigan at Bowling Green Tuesday, November 04, 2014 Akron at Penn State Wright State at Bowling Green Saturday, November 08, 2014 West Virginia at Western Michigan Bowling Green at Northern Illinois Buffalo at Akron 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 6:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM Friday, November 14, 2014 MAC Championship Semifinals - Hosted by #1 Seed Match 1: No. 1 Seed vs. No. 4 Seed TBA Match 2: No. 2 Seed vs. No. 3 Seed TBA Sunday, November 16, 2014 MAC Men s Soccer Championship - Hosted by #1 Seed Match 3: Match 1 Winner vs. Match 2 Winner TBA Friday, December 12, 2014 Men s College Cup National Semifinals - Cary N.C. Sunday, December 14, 2014 Men s College Cup National Championship - Cary N.C. 7 7

8 University Quick Facts Founded Location...Akron, Ohio Enrollment...27,079 Nickname...Zips Mascot... Zippy the Kangaroo Colors...Blue and Gold President... Dr. Scott L. Scarborough Athletics Director... Tom Wistrcill Senior Woman Administrator...Mary Lu Gribschaw Faculty Representative...Dr. Deborah Owens Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium...FirstEnergy Stadium - Cub Cadet Field Website...www.gozips.com Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Jared Embick Alma Mater... Indiana Wesleyan 00 Record at Akron (Second Season) Career Record (Five Seasons) MAC Record Assistant Coach... Leo Chappel Alma Mater... Ohio Wesleyan 91 Assistant Coach...Oliver Slawson Alma Mater...Leeds Carnegie Metropolitan University 03 Director of Soccer Operations...Donny Sheehan Alma Mater...SIU Edwardsville 04 Goalkeepers Coach...Stuart Dobson Alma Matter... Portland Record , MAC (1st) 2013 Postseason...MAC Tournament Champs/NCAA Second Round Starters Returning/Lost...13/8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...6/5 Newcomers...16 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (21 Seasons) All-Time MAC Record NCAA Championship Appearances.28 (1961, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76,...83, 84, 85, 86, 98, 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13) NCAA Championship Record MAC Regular Season Titles (1993, 95, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 02, 05,...06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13) MAC Tournament Titles (1998, 2002, 04, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 12, 13) MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent) (Aodhan Quinn, 2013) MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)...11 (Dillon Serna, 2012) MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent) (Caleb Porter, 2012) Indicates NCAA Appearances Prior To Joining MAC Athletic Communications Men s Soccer Contact/Graduate Assistant...Avi Miller Office Phone Assistant AD for Communications... Cathy Bongiovi Assistant Director...Dana LeRoy Assistant Director...Dallas Moyer Mailing Address The University of Akron Rhodes Arena, Suite 83 Akron, OH University of Akron Zips Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 2 Andrew Souders D 5-11 Jr. Amherst, OH/Amherst Steele 3 Saad Abdul-Salaam F/D 6-3 Sr. Gahanna, OH/Gahanna Lincoln 4 Niko De Vera D 5-5 Fr. Camas, Wash./Camas 5 Danilo Radjen D 6-2 Jr. Broadview Hts, OH/Brecksville-Broadview Hts/Cleveland St. 6 Richie Laryea M 5-9 Fr. Toronto, Ontario/Dante Aligheri Acad. 7 Sam Gainford F 6-1 R-Fr. Whitehaven, England/Liverpool Acad. 8 Victor Souto MF 5-11 So. Sao Paolo, Brazil/Sport Club Corinthians Paulista 9 Stuart Holthusen F 6-0 Fr. Wellington, New Zealand/Wanderers SC 10 Adam Najem MF 5-8 So. Clifton, N.J./Paramus Catholic 11 Ismail Seremba F 5-8 So. London, England/Chelsea Academy 13 Sean Sepe F 5-11 Jr. West Islip, N.Y./West Islip HS/St. John s (N.Y.) 14 Bryce Cregan D 6-0 Fr. Dallastown, Pa./Dallastown Area 15 Jesse Garcia-Aguilar MF 5-6 Fr. Portland, Ore./Century 16 Nate Shultz F 6-0 Fr. Cleveland, OH/Mayfield 17 Anthony Macchione F 6-3 Fr. Camas, Wash./Camas 18 Ezana Kahsay D 6-2 Fr. Buffalo, N.Y./International Prep. Grover 19 Tyler Sanda MF 6-0 R-Fr. North Royalton, OH/St. Ignatius 20 Brad Ruhaak D 6-0 So. Akron, OH/Copley 21 Brent Nanchoff MF 5-5 Fr. North Royalton, OH/North Royalton 22 Robby Dambrot MF/D 6-1 R-Fr. Akron, OH/St. Vincent-St. Mary 23 Elliott Rubio GK 6-5 Fr. Chicago, Ill./Highland Park 24 Jake Fenlason GK 6-0 Jr. San Deigo, Calif./Rancho Bernardo 25 Clint Caso MF 6-0 Jr. Kinnelon, N.J./St. Benedict Prep./New Hampshire 26 Jonny DeMoya GK 5-10 R-Fr. Olney, Md./Sherwood 27 Nathan Quirk M 5-10 Fr. Liverpool, England/Liverpool Acad. 28 Shane Wiedt D 6-2 Fr. Akron, OH/Archbishop Hoban 2014 Schedule 8/18 Maryland (Exh.) 8/22 Syracuse (Exh.) 8/29 at New Mexico 9:00 PM 9/4 at South Florida 7:30 PM 9/6 at Florida Gulf Coast 9/12 Central Florida 9/14 Hartford 2:30 PM 9/20 Tulsa 9/24 at Ohio State 9/30 at Wake Forest 10/4 UAB 10/7 at Michigan State 3:00 PM 10/11 at Bowling Green * 10/14 Michigan 10/17 West Virginia * 10/25 Western Michigan * 10/28 Cleveland State 11/1 at Northern Illinois * 8:00 PM 11/5 at Penn State 118 Buffalo * 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD All Times ET and subject to change * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

9 @ZipsMSoc 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics Akron Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. Aug 30 at COFC W Sep 01 vs Furman W Sep 06 at #23 St. John's Lo /8/2013 at Rutgers Wo Sep 13 #19 VCU L Sep 15 SAN DIEGO ST. Wo * Sep 21 BOWLING GREEN W Sep 24 OHIO STATE W * Sep 29 at West Virginia W * Oct 05 HARTWICK L Oct 09 at Cleveland State W Oct 15 #15 WAKE FOREST W * Oct 18 at Buffalo Wo Oct 23 #17 MICHIGAN STATE To * Oct 26 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W Oct 30 at Michigan W Nov 06 #11 PENN STATE Wo * Nov 09 at Western Michigan Wo Nov 15 WEST VIRGINIA W Nov 17 WESTERN MICHIGAN W Nov 21 INDIANA W ! Nov 24 at #11 Marquette Lot TEAM STATISTICS AKRON OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards 1 5 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 12/2061 9/956 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/212 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 14 STEVENSON, Eric QUINN, Aodhan BRENES, Reinaldo NAJEM, Adam PORTILLOS, Zac DERSCHANG, Rob ABDUL-SALAAM, S SOUTO, Victor SEREMBA, Ism ail FOLDESY, M att GALLEGO, Bryan CROSS, Louis GRANT, Riley CASO, Clint SOUDERS, Andrew GRAVATT, Brett FIVES, Phil MALKIN, Osas RUHAAK, Brad PINA, Fernando Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 1 PINA, Fernando : FENLASON, Jake 4 369: Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Akron Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Akron Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Akron Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Akron Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Akron Opponents

10 Bowling Green State University Falcons University Quick Facts Founded Location... Bowling Green, Ohio Enrollment...17,046 Nickname...Falcons Mascot... Freddie and Frieda Falcon Colors... Orange and White President... Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey Athletics Director... Chris Kingston Senior Woman Administrator... Lesley Irvine Faculty Representative... Dr. Lee Meserve Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium...Cochrane Soccer Stadium - Mickey Cochrane Field Website...www.bgsufalcons.com Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Eric Nichols Alma Mater...Ohio State 00 Record at Bowling Green (Sixth Season) Career Record (Nine Seasons) MAC Record Assistant Coach...Eric Reed Alma Mater... UCLA 06 Assistant Coach...Zach Lemke Alma Mater... Bowling Green 13 Volunteer Assistant Coach... Brandon Silva Alma Mater... Bowling Green Record , MAC (t-4th) 2013 Postseason...None Starters Returning/Lost...4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...8/11 Newcomers...10 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (21 Seasons) All-Time MAC Record NCAA Championship Appearances... Six (1972, 73, 92, 95, 96, 97) NCAA Championship Record MAC Regular Season Titles...Three (1996, 2000, 02) MAC Tournament Titles...Three (1995, 96, 97) MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent)... One (Steve Klein, 1996) MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)... Two (Anthony Grant, 2012) MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent)...Two (Mel Mahler, 2002) Indicates NCAA Appearances Prior To Joining MAC Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 0 Ryan Heuton GK 6-3 R-So. Chico, Calif./Pleasant Valley/Foothill CC 1 Nick Landsberger GK 6-2 R-So. Arlington Heights, Ill./Buffalo Grove 2 Prayag Jina M Fr. Aurora, OH/Aurora 4 Jake Genrich D 6-2 Jr. Plymouth, Mich./Salem 5 Vlad Lekarev F 5-11 Sr. Strongsville, OH/Strongsville/Butler 6 Jake Martin M Jr. Maumee, OH/St. John s/owen s CC 7 Ryan James M 5-9 Jr. Mississauga, Ontario/Loyola Catholic Secondary 8 Ty Smith F Fr. Brooklin, Ontario/Donald A. Wilson SS 9 Bradley Macomber F Fr. Muskegon, Mich./Reeths-Puffer 10 Danny Baraldi M 5-10 Sr. Canton, OH/Massillon Jackson 11 Pat Flynn F So. Naperville, Ill./Central/DePaul 12 TJ Atalig D/M 5-9 R-Fr. Yigo, Guam/Saint John s School 13 Danny Shea D 6-0 R-So. Naperville, Ill./Metea Valley 14 Keaton Reynolds F Fr. Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville 15 Brent Winkler D 5-5 R-Fr. Farmington Hills, Mich./Farmington 16 Ian Haskin M Fr. Chesterfield, Mich./Anchor Bay 17 Max Auden D 5-11 R-So. Naperville, Ill./North 18 Jacob Roth D/M 6-0 So. Cleveland, OH/St. Ignatius 19 Chase Betenson F Fr. Twinsburg, OH/Twinsburg 21 Jon Kumher D 5-11 Sr. Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley 22 Joe Sullivan M 5-10 So. Naperville, Ill./North 25 Beck Nebergall M Fr. Geneva, Ill./Geneva 33 Billy Larsen GK Fr. St. Charles, Ill./North 2014 Schedule 8/17 Dixie Soccer Club (Exh.) 1:00 PM 8/20 at Marshall (Exh.) 8/29 IUPUI 6:00 PM 9/2 Findlay 9/5 vs. Niagara 5:00 PM 9/7 at Duquesne 12:00 PM 9/12 Northern Kentucky 9/16 at Michigan 7:30 PM 9/19 Eastern Illinois 9/24 Michigan State 9/28 at St. Bonaventure 12:00 PM 10/1 at IPFW 10/7 at Cleveland State 10/11 Akron * 10/18 Buffalo * 10/22 at Ohio State 10/25 at West Virginia * 10/29 at Detroit 3:00 PM 11/1 Western Michigan * 3:00 PM 11/4 Wright State 11/8 at Northern Illinois * 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD Media Relations Men s Soccer Contact/Assistant Director...Mike Cihon Office Phone Assistant AD for Communications...Jason Knavel Assistant Director...Kevin Davis Intern...Jacob Dorow All Times ET and subject to change * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mailing Address Bowling Green State University Athletic Department Sebo Athletic Center 1610 Stadium Drive Bowling Green, OH Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

11 @BGSUmenssoccer 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics Bowling Green Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. Aug 30 MALONE W Sep 02 #15 MICHIGAN To # Sep 06 vs Marquette L # Sep 08 at Milwaukee L Sep 13 OHIO STATE To Sep 18 at Michigan State L * Sep 21 at #15 Akron L Sep 27 at Marshall To Sep 29 at Northern Kentucky To * Oct 04 at Buffalo W Oct 08 DETROIT L * Oct 12 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Wo Oct 16 CLEVELAND STATE Lo Oct 19 at Davidson W Oct 22 at Wright State Wo * Oct 26 HARTWICK To * Nov 02 at Western Michigan L Nov 05 IPFW W * Nov 08 at West Virginia To TEAM STATISTICS BGSU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards 15 8 Red cards 1 2 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 8/ /580 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/193 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 11 GRANT, Anthony BARALDI, Danny SCHEWEE, Zach JAMES, Ryan COMISKEY, Ryan D'AGOSTINO, Joey LEKAREV, Vlad SNASHALL, Ryan SILVA, Brandon SULLIVAN, Joe AUDEN, Max LOPEZ, Alexi GENRICH, Jake KUMHER, Jon SIKICH, Sean GRIESINGER, M att ROTH, Jacob SHEA, Danny WIEST, Michael LOOKER, Dan SHELT, Jacob Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 0 WIEST, Michael : Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Bowling Green Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Bowling Green Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Bowling Green Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Bowling Green Opponents

12 University Quick Facts Founded Location...Buffalo, New York Enrollment...29,937 Nickname...Bulls Mascot...Victor E Bull Colors... Blue and White President... Dr. Satish K. Tripathi Athletics Director...Danny White Senior Woman Administrator...Kathy Twist Faculty Representative...Jim Atwood Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium... UB Stadium Website...www.ubbulls.com Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Stu Riddle Alma Mater... Coastal Carolina 99 Record at Buffalo (Second Season) Career Record (Five Seasons) MAC Record Assistant Coach, Goalkeepers...Cody Camp Alma Mater...Western Michigan 12 Assistant Coach...Kevin Brenner Alma Mater... Buffalo State 04 Volunteer Assistant Coach... Ben Fredrickson Alma Mater... Regis 14 Team Manager...Roger Lane Alma Mater...Buffalo Record , MAC (6th) 2013 Postseason...None Starters Returning/Lost...9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...17/3 Newcomers...8 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (16 Seasons) All-Time MAC Record NCAA DI Championship Appearances...None NCAA DI Championship Record...N/A MAC Regular Season Titles...None MAC Tournament Titles...None MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent)...One (Steve Butcher, 1999) MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)... One (Russell Cicerone, 2013) MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent)...None Media Relations Men s Soccer Contact/Assistant Director...Louie Spina Office Phone Assistant AD for Communications...Jon Fuller Associate Director...Brian Wolff Assistant Director... Anna Cooper Mailing Address University at Buffalo Division of Athletics 102 Alumni Arena Buffalo, NY University at Buffalo Bulls Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 1 Waleed Cassis GK 6-1 Sr. Ottawa, Ontario/ESP Omers-Deslauriers (Cal St. LA) 2 Alec Fisher D 5-11 So. Battle Creek, MI/Harper Creek 3 Daniel Cramarossa D 5-8 So. Unionville, Ontario/Bill Crothers Sec. 4 Ryan Pereira M 5-10 So. London, Ontario/Mother Teresa Secondary 5 Fox Slotemaker D 6-2 Fr. Nelson, New Zealand/Mount Albert Grammar School 6 David Enstrom D 6-2 Fr. Gothenburg, Sweden/Vittra Sodermalm 7 Russell Cicerone M 5-10 So. Bloomfield Hills, MI/Brother Rice 8 Nicolai Berry M/F 6-0 So. Auckland, New Zealand/Rangitoto 9 Nicolay Netskar F 6-2 Jr. Oppegaard, Norway/Ski VGS (Wheeling Jesuit) 10 Braden Culver M 6-0 So. Oakville, Ontario/St. Thomas Aquinas 11 Marcus Hanson F 6-1 Jr. Mississauga, Ontario/Our Lady of Mount Carmel 12 Austin Place D 6-0 So. Edmond, OK/Edmond Santa Fe 13 Ryan O Mara GK 5-10 So. Tully, NY/Tully 14 Steven Stryker F 5-11 So. Kalamazoo, MI/Portage Northern 15 Vinny DiVirgilio D/M 5-11 Sr. North Tonawanda, NY/North Tonawanda 16 Dylan Cope M 5-9 So. New York, NY/Fordham Prep (Iona) 17 Sean Young M 5-11 So. Land O Lakes, FL/Land O Lakes (North Florida) 18 Abdulla Al-Kalisy F/M 5-8 Fr. Auckland, New Zealand/Shattuck St. Mary s 19 Kristian Lee-Him M/F 5-11 Sr. Pickering, Ontario/Notre Dame CSS (Appalachian St.) 20 Zack Compton F 6-1 Fr. Cary, NC/Green Hope 21 Jeremy Norman F 5-8 Fr. Cologny, Switzerland/Portage High School (Mich.) 22 Cameron Hogg GK 6-2 Fr. Auckland, NZ/Mount Albert Grammar School 23 Charlie Norman D 6-3 Fr. Cologny, Switzerland/Portage High School (Mich.) 24 Braden Scales D/M 6-1 So. Lockport, NY/St. Joseph s Collegiate Inst Schedule 8/17 at Genesee C.C. (Exh.) 12:30 PM 8/20 Seton Hall (Exh.) 8/23 Rochester NY (Exh.) 8/29 at San Diego 8/31 at San Diego State 12:00 PM 9/5 Bryant 9/7 Bucknell 1:00 PM 9/12 at Niagara 9/14 at Canisius 9/19 Detroit 9/21 at Duquesne 1:00 PM 9/27 at Cornell 10/1 Houghton 10/10 Western Michigan * 10/14 at Lafayette 6:00 PM 10/18 at Bowling Green * 10/21 St. Bonaventure 10/24 Northern Illinois * 11/1 at West Virginia * 11/8 at Akron * 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD All Times ET and subject to change * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

13 @BullsMensSoccer 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics Buffalo Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. 8/30/2013 at St. Bonaventure L Sept 1 VERMONT To Sep 06 at Bucknell L Sep 08 at Siena L Sep 11 CANISIUS To Sep at Binghamton L Sep 20 at Detroit To Sep 22 at Cleveland State W Sep 27 CORNELL L Sep 29 at Robert Morris L * Oct 04 BOWLING GREEN L * Oct 12 at Western Michigan L * Oct 15 HARTWICK W * Oct 18 #23 AKRON Lo Oct 23 GANNON W Oct 26 at Belmont L * Nov 1 WEST VIRGINIA L * Nov 09 at Northern Illinois To TEAM STATISTICS UB OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards 1 1 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 8/232 10/414 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 7 CICERONE, Russel BERRY, Nicolai LEE-HIM, Kristian ALBERT, Marek CULVER, Braden SATAR, Shane HANSON, Marcus PLACE, Austin NETSKAR, Nicolay PEREIRA, Ryan JACOBS, Jake SKRYKER, Steven SCALES, Braden DIVIRGILIO, Vinny FRIEDLANDER, Eri CRAMAROSSA, Da ZVI, Jonathan O'MARA, Ryan ANDOH, Jesse SIVIY, Andrew FISHER, Alec Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 13 O'MARA, Ryan 1 10: CASSIS, Waleed : SIVIY, Andrew 2 124: Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Buffalo Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Buffalo Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Buffalo Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Buffalo Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Buffalo Opponents

14 University Quick Facts Founded Location...DeKalb, Illinois Enrollment...21,138 Nickname...Huskies Mascot...Victor E. Huskie Colors... Cardinal and Black President...Dr. Douglas D. Baker Athletics Director...Sean Frazier Senior Woman Administrator... Debra Boughton Faculty Representative...Dr. Matthew J. Streb Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium... Northern Illinois Soccer and Track & Field Complex Website... Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Eric Luzzi Alma Mater...St. Mary s (Minn.) 97 Record at Northern Illinois (Sixth Season) Career Record (10 Seasons) MAC Record Associate Head Coach... Garrett Biller Alma Mater...Simpson 04 Volunteer Assistant...Ross Brady Alma Mater...Hastings Record , MAC (7th) 2013 Postseason...None Starters Returning/Lost...8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...13/9 Newcomers...10 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (17 Seasons) All-Time MAC Record NCAA Championship Appearances...Three (1973, 2006, 11) NCAA Championship Record MAC Regular Season Titles... One (2006) MAC Tournament Titles...Two (2006, 11) MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent)... One (Eirik Frederiksen, 1997) MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)...Two (Marcus McCarty, 2006) MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent)... Two (Steve Simmons, 2006) Indicates NCAA Appearances Prior To Joining MAC Media Relations Men s Soccer Contact/Assistant Director... Jeremy Reid Office Phone Associate AD/Media Relations...Donna Turner Associate Director...Joe Summins Assistant Director...Michael Benson Assistant Director...Matt Scheerer Graduate Assistant... RJ Sepich Mailing Address NIU Intercollegiate Athletics Convocation Center (CV) Dekalb, IL Northern Illinois University Huskies Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 00 Drew Donnally GK 6-2 Fr. Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield North 1 Andrew Glaeser GK 5-10 RS Jr. Walla Walla, Wash./Oregon State 2 Derek Ott MF 5-8 So. Cross Plains, Wis./Middleton 3 Richard Hall D 5-8 So. Billericay, England/The Billericay School 4 Giovanni Garcia MF 5-8 Fr. Chicago, Ill./Elk Grove 5 Daegan DeBono D 5-8 So. Lapeer, Mich./Lapeer West 6 Andrew Palumbo MF/F 5-7 Sr. Fort Myers, Fla./Darton College 7 Isaac Kannah MF/F 6-0 Sr. Plymouth, Minn./Prairie Seeds Academy 8 Shawn Vroom D 6-0 RS Jr. Kohler, Wis./Kohler 9 Alex Saliba MF 5-8 Fr. Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium/European School of Brussels 1 10 Chris Paton F 6-1 So. Glasgow, Scotland/Uddingston Grammar School 11 Adam Lightner D 5-11 So. O Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt West 12 Jayson LeSeth MF 5-8 Sr. Des Plaines, Ill./Maine West 13 Taylor Cole D 5-10 Jr. Clarendon Hills, Ill./St. John s University 14 Charlie Raasch D 6-1 Fr. Liberty, Mo./Liberty 15 Charlie Oliver D 5-8 Jr. Crystal Lake, Ill./Crystal Lake South 16 Len Heinson MF 6-2 Fr. Wuppertal, Germany/Carl-Fuhlrott Gymnasium 19 Dusty Page D 6-2 Sr. Germantown, Wis./Kettle Moraine Lutheran 20 Bertrand Gaschot MF/D 5-11 Jr. Austin, Texas/Westwood 21 Marcos Soma MF 5-8 Fr. Coconut Creek, Fla./Deerfield Beach 23 Cody Witkowski D 5-10 So. Batavia, Ill./Batavia 26 Albert Levett MF 5-10 So. Southend-on-Sea, England/Belfairs High 31 Eddie Kim GK 6-0 Fr. Morton Grove, Ill./Niles North 2014 Schedule 8/16 Western Illinois (Exh.) 5:00 PM 8/19 at IUPUI (Exh.) 4:00 PM 8/22 at DePauw (Exh.) 3:00 PM 8/29 vs. Hofstra! 4:30 PM 8/31 vs. Quinnipiac! 11:00 AM 9/5 at Cal Poly 9:00 PM 9/7 at Santa Clara 2:00 PM 9/12 UIC 9/14 Green Bay 6:00 PM 9/20 Marquette 9/23 at UW Milwaukee 10/1 at SMU 10/4 at Loyola Chicago 10/8 Northwestern 10/11 West Virginia * 7:30 PM 10/18 at Western Michigan * 12:00 PM 10/22 SIU-Edwardsville 10/25 at Buffalo * 6:00 PM 11/1 Akron * 11/8 Bowling Green * 6:00 PM 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD All Times CT and subject to change! Northwestern Lakeside Classic, Evanston, Ill. * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

15 @NIUmsoccer 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics Northern Illinois Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. # Aug 30 vs Cincinnati W # Sep 01 at Ohio State L Sep 06 vs Evansville Lot Sep 08 vs #7 Saint Louis Lo Sep 13 BUTLER L Sep 15 GREEN BAY W Sep 20 vs Fairleigh Dickinson L Sep 22 vs Saint Mary's W Sep 28 at Michigan State L * Oct 05 at West Virginia L Oct 09 at #14 Northwestern L * Oct 12 at Bowling Green Lo Oct 22 EASTERN ILLINOIS W * Oct 26 at #18 Akron L Oct 30 MILWAUKEE L * Nov 02 at Hartwick Lo * Nov 05 WESTERN MICHIGAN L * Nov 09 BUFFALO To TEAM STATISTICS NIU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards 2 0 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 6/328 7/786 Neutral Site #/Avg 5/242 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 7 KANNAH, Issac STEVENSON, Jam TOTSCH, Sean PALUMBO, Andrew GASCHOT, Bertran LESETH, Jayson WITKOWSKI, Cody OLIVER, Charlie HASANOVIC, Sanel VROOM, Shawn PAGE, Dusty HOGAN, Paul RIVERA, Gael CRICHTON, Kyle BERNARD, Chris LIGHTNER, Adam OTT, Derek LEVETT, Albert DEBONO, Daegan PAVLIGA, M ike HALL, Richard Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 0 PAVLIGA, M ike 1 90: GLAESER, Andre : HERBERT, M iles 3 227: Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Illinois Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Illinois Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Illinois Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Illinois Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Northern Illinois Opponents

16 University Quick Facts Founded Location...Morgantown, West Virginia Enrollment...32,348 Nickname...Mountaineers Mascot... The Mountaineer Colors... Old Gold and Blue President...Dr. E. Gordon Gee Athletics Director...Oliver Luck Senior Woman Administrator...Terri Howes Faculty Representative...Dr. Jeffrey Neely Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium... Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Website...www.WVUsports.com Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Marlon LeBlanc Alma Mater...Penn State 00 Record at West Virginia (Ninth Season) Career Record... Same MAC Record Assistant Coach...Mike Lapper Alma Mater...Ohio State 08 Assistant Coach... Scott Bowers Alma Mater...Salisbury Record , MAC (4th) 2013 Postseason...MAC Semifinals Starters Returning/Lost...9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...17/5 Newcomers...10 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (One Season) All-Time MAC Record NCAA Championship Appearances (1966, 68, 71, 72, 73, 81, 92, , 06, 07, 10, 11) NCAA Championship Record MAC Regular Season Titles...None MAC Tournament Titles...None MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent)...None MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)...None MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent)...None Indicates NCAA Appearances Prior To Joining MAC Athletic Communications Men s Soccer Contact/Assistant Director... Grant Dovey Office Phone Associate AD/Athletic Communications...Michael Fragale Assistant AD/Athletic Communications...Bryan Messerly Director of Football Communications...Mike Montoro Director of New Media...John Antonik Associate Director...Katie Kane Assistant Director...Shannon McNamara Assistant Director...Ashley Bailey Graduate Assistant...Nick Arthur Graduate Assistant...DJ Jamiel Graduate Assistant... Jonathan Harkey Graduate Assistant... Amy Salvatore Mailing Address West Virginia University Athletics PO Box 0877 Morgantown, WV West Virginia University Mountaineers Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 0 Lee Johnston GK 6-3 Sr. Newberry, Fla./Pitt 1 Brent Arnold GK 6-1 So. Lancaster, Pa./Hempfield 2 Paul Ehrenworth D 5-10 Sr. Cranbury, N.J./Princeton 3 Nick Raskasky D 6-0 Jr. Tacoma, Wash./Stadium 4 Francio Henry D 6-3 Jr. St. Catherine, Jamaica/Dinthill Technical 5 Alex Ochoa D 5-7 So. Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena Memorial 6 Jack Elliott D 6-3 So. London, England/Wilson s School 7 Christian Diaz MF 5-11 So. Houston, Texas/Cypress Falls 8 Andy Bevin F 5-9 Sr. Napier, New Zealand/Napier Boys 9 Ryan Cain F 5-11 Jr. Paraparaumu, New Zealand/Paraparaumu Beach School 10 Jad Arslan MF 5-5 Fr. Roswell, Ga./Roswell 11 Zak Leedom MF 5-8 Jr. Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Coffman 12 Jamie Merriam F 6-0 Jr. Gaithersburg, Md./Magruder 13 Tolu Ibikunle F 5-9 Fr. Wynnewood, Pa./St. Joe s Prep 14 Mike Desiderio MF 5-11 So. Media, Pa./Penncrest 15 Joey Piatczyc MF 5-9 Fr. Lee s Summit, Mo./Lee s Summit 16 Jack Driscoll F 6-0 R-Fr. Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate School 17 Louis Thomas D 6-0 Fr. Houston, Texas/Lamar 18 Alec Boerner GK 6-3 Fr. Midlothian, Va./James River 19 Michael Peprah MF 5-11 Fr. Laurel, Md./Reservoir 20 Jacob Icolari D 5-7 Fr. Denver, Colo./Wheat Ridge 21 Kyle Underwood F 6-0 Jr. Fort Worth, Texas/Aledo 22 Colin Hester F 5-10 Fr. Camp Hill, Pa./Camp Hill 23 Austin Stout MF 5-6 Fr. Jamison, Pa./Central Bucks South 25 Trevor Moon D 5-10 R-Fr. Fairmont, W.Va./Bridgeport 26 Haydon Bennett D 6-2 Jr. Chesterfield, Va./Clover Hill 27 Griffin Libhart MF 6-0 R-So. Marietta, Pa./Donegal 28 Ivo Cabral MF 5-7 R-So. Salvador, Bahia, Brazil/Preston 30 Conner Owens GK 5-10 Fr. Henrico, Va./Mills E. Godwin 2014 Schedule 8/17 at Ohio State (Exh.) 2:00 PM 8/23 Dayton (Exh.) 8/29 St. John s 5:30 PM 9/1 Oakland 1:00 PM 9/4 Virginia Tech 9/7 St. Francis (Pa.) 3:00 PM 9/11 UC Irvine 9/14 at Elon 9/20 at High Point 9/23 at James Madison 9/26 Niagara 10/1 at New Mexico 9:00 PM 10/5 Duquesne 10/11 at Northern Illinois * 8:30 PM 10/17 at Akron * 10/22 at Penn State 10/25 Bowling Green * TBA 10/28 at Penn 11/1 Buffalo * TBA 11/8 at Western Michigan * 1:00 PM 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD All Times ET and subject to change * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

17 @WVUMensSoccer 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics West Virginia Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. Aug 30 CENTRAL CONN. STATE W Sep 02 RADFORD To /6/2013 at Georgetown L Sep 08 at #8 Indiana Wo Sep 13 WRIGHT STATE W Sep 15 at #12 St. John's L Sep 21 MICHIGAN Lot Sep 25 PENN STATE L * Sep 29 #10 AKRON L * Oct 05 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W Oct 08 STONY BROOK W * Oct 11 at Hartwick L Oct 15 HIGH POINT To Oct 19 GEORGIA STATE W Oct 22 at American To * Oct 26 WESTERN MICHIGAN To * Nov 1 at Buffalo W * Nov 08 BOWLING GREEN To Nov 15 at #8 Akron L TEAM STATISTICS WVU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards 1 0 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 12/724 7/929 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 8 Bevin, Andy Osman, Majed Merriam, Jam ie Cain, Ryan Stephens, Craig Ochoa, Alex Desiderio, M ike W illiam s, Jay Diaz, Christian Leedom, Zak Elliott, Jack Bennett, Haydon Richards, Kyle Henry, Francio Underwood, Kyle Ehrenworth, Paul Claudio, Zack Libhart, G riffin Cabral, Ivo Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 0 Johnston, Lee : Arnold, Brent 2 180: Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total West Virginia Opponents

18 University Quick Facts Founded Location... Kalamazoo, Michigan Enrollment...25,086 Nickname... Broncos Mascot...Buster Bronco Colors...Brown and Gold President...Dr. John M. Dunn Athletics Director...Kathy Beauregard Senior Administrator...TBA Faculty Representative...Dr. Fred Sitkins Conference...Mid-American Conference Stadium... WMU Soccer Complex Website...www.wmubroncos.com Men s Soccer Quick Facts Head Coach...Chad Wiseman Alma Mater...Western Michigan 09 Record at Western Michigan (Second Season) Career Record (Five Seasons) MAC Record Assistant Coach...Josh Ross Alma Mater...Western Michigan 05 Assistant Coach...Marc Frankland Alma Mater...Liverpool John Moores University 02 Director of Operations...Doug Raak Alma Mater...Western Michigan 12 Volunteer Assistant...David Groves Alma Mater...Western Michigan 09 Strength and Conditioning Coach... Kyle Skinner Alma Mater...Western Michigan Record , MAC (2nd) 2013 Postseason...MAC Tournament Runner-Up Starters Returning/Lost...7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...13/8 Newcomers...8 Program History First Year of Men s Soccer All-Time Record Overall Record Since Joining MAC (Years) (21 Seasons) All-Time MAC Record NCAA Championship Appearances... One (2003) NCAA Championship Record MAC Regular Season Titles...None MAC Tournament Titles... One (2003) MAC Players of the Year (Most Recent)...None MAC Newcomers of the Year (Most Recent)...One (Reece Richardson, 2000) MAC Coaches of Year (Most Recent)... One (Chris Karwoski, 2003) Media Relations Men s Soccer Contact/Associate Director... Kristin Keirns Office Phone Director/Media Relations...TBA Assistant Director...Adam Bodnar Assistant Director...Sean Fagan Mailing Address WMU Media Relations (5406) Read Fieldhouse Kalamazoo, MI Western Michigan University Broncos Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous 0 Drew Shepherd GK 6-3 RFr. Ann Arbor, Mich./Huron 1 Chase Rau GK 6-0 Jr. Sparta, Mich./Wisconsin/Sparta 2 Sean Hazen D 5-8 Jr. Novi, Mich./Novi 3 Carlos Suarez MF 5-8 Jr. Sturgis/Jackson CC/Sturgis 4 Zach Bock D 6-0 Fr. Novi, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central 5 Connor Furgason D 6-2 Jr. Plymouth, Mich./Canton 6 Bryan Maxwell D 6-2 RFr. Walled Lake, Mich./Walled Lake Central 7 Matheau Rogers MF 5-11 So. Richton Park Ill./Rich South 8 Hunter Vandenboom MF 6-0 So. Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central 9 Sean Conerty MF 5-9 Jr. Ada, Mich./Michigan State/Forest Hills Central 10 Kyle Farris MF 6-0 Sr. Plainwell, Mich./Plainwell 11 Dom Hunter MF 5-9 Jr. Shipshewana, Ind./Detroit/Westview 12 Greg Timmer MF 5-8 Jr. Grand Rapids, Mich./Iowa Western CC/Unity Christian 13 Esteban Russell F 5-10 RJr. Dewitt, Mich./Olivet/Dewitt 14 Mario Teixeira D 5-9 RSr. Ann Arbor, Mich./Schoolcraft CC/Huron 15 Edu Jimenez MF 5-10 So. Seville, Spain/Real Betis Balompie 16 Jason Grant F 5-9 Sr. St. Louis, Mo./St. John Vianney 17 Ruben Dos Santos MF 5-9 So. Bradford, Ontario/Holy Trinity 19 Brandon Bye MF 6-0 Fr. Portage, Mich./Portage Northern 20 Nick Wysong MF 6-1 Jr. Elkhart, Ind./Pitt/Concord 21 Florian Scheck MF 5-11 Sr. Garmisch, Germany/Jacksonville/Werdenfels 22 Adriano Deabreu GK 6-1 RSr. Chatham, Ontario/Ursuline 23 Logan Wright MF 6-2 Fr. Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield North 24 Cam Jensen D 5-11 Jr. Rockford, Mich./Rockford 25 Connor McNulty MF 6-2 Fr. Orland Park, Ill./Carl Sandburg 27 Sam Bell MF 5-8 So. Aurora, Ill./Waubonsie Valley 45 Elijah Michaels GK 6-3 Fr. Mattawan, Mich./Mattawan 2014 Schedule 8/19 Cornerstone (Exh.) 5:00 PM 8/23 at Oakland (Exh.) 8:00 PM 8/29 Detroit 5:00 PM 8/31 at IPFW 2:30 PM 9/5 at Loyola Chicago! 8:30 PM 9/7 at DePaul! 2:00 PM 9/12 Butler 5:00 PM 9/14 Eastern Illinois 2:30 PM 9/19 at UW Green Bay 4:00 PM 9/21 at Western Illinois 3:30 PM 9/26 Northern Kentucky 4:00 PM 10/1 at Michigan 7:30 PM 10/4 IUPUI 12:00 PM 10/10 at Buffalo * 10/15 at Michigan State 4:00 PM 10/18 Northern Illinois * 1:00 PM 10/25 at Akron * 10/28 at Dayton 11/1 at Bowling Green * 3:00 PM 11/8 West Virginia * 1:00 PM 11/14-16 MAC Championship % TBD All Times EST and subject to change! Chicago Classic Tournament, Chicago, Ill. * Denotes Mid-American Conference Match % Hosted by Highest Seed Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

19 @WMUMensSoccer 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Statistics Western Michigan Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Feb 12, 2014) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. Aug 30 at BUTLER L Sep 01 at Michigan State L Sep 06 at Wisconsin L Sep 08 at UIC Flames L Sep 13 vs Northern Kentucky Wot Sep 15 at Eastern Illinois W Sep 20 CANISIUS W Sep 22 MILWAUKEE L Oct 02 at Michigan L * Oct 12 BUFFALO W Oct 15 at Detroit L * Oct 19 at Hartwick W Oct 22 IPFW W * Oct 26 at West Virginia To * Nov 02 BOWLING GREEN W * Nov 05 at Northern Illinois W * Nov 09 #9 AKRON Lo Nov 15 vs Hartwick W Nov 17 at #8 Akron L TEAM STATISTICS WMU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards 2 2 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 6/486 11/597 Neutral Site #/Avg 2/153 ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% gw pk-att 9 MAYER, O liver ROGERS, Matheau LEMASTERS, Ryan LOBO, Marco FURGASON, Conn BELL, Sam JIMENEZ, Edu GRANT, Jason HAZEN, Sean FARRIS, Kyle HEIMERDINGER, B JENSEN, Cam HUNTER, Dom VANDENBOOM, Hu SCHECK, Florian LONG, Chris WHITAKER, Josh SCHRAUBEN, Dere RAU, Chase SUAREZ, Carlos TEIXEIRA, M ario DUTCHER, James DOS SANTOS, Rub DEABREU, Adriano Total Opponents ## Goalie GP M in. GA GAAvg Save Pct W -L-T Sho 22 DEABREU, Adrian 5 169: RAU, Chase : Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Western Michigan Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Western Michigan Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Western Michigan Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Western Michigan Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Western Michigan Opponents

20 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference Conference Standings Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) Team Conference Pts Pct. GF GA Overall Pts Pct. GF GA Home Away Neut Last 10 Streak Akron L 1 Western Michigan L 1 Hartwick L 2 West Virginia L 1 Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois Friday, November 15 Sunday, November 17 No. 1 Akron MAC Semifinal No. 2 No. 1 Akron No. 4 West Virginia No. 3 Hartwick MAC Championship 1:00 PM No. 1 Akron 2013 Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer Champion MAC Semifinal No. 1 4:00 PM No. 2 Western Michigan No. 2 Western Michigan 2013 Mid-AMericAn conference Men s soccer championship schedule (hosted By the university of Akron) SemifinalS friday, november 15 match 1 - no. 2 WeStern michigan 1, no. 3 hartwick 0 match 2 - no. 1 akron 3, no. 4 WeSt virginia 0 championship Sunday, november 17 match 3 - no. 1 akron 4, no. 2 WeStern michigan Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

21 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference CONFERENCE SOCCER STATISTICS Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) Team Miscellaneous GP Shots Fouls Offside Corners PK-PKA YC-RC Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick Northern Illinois West Virginia Western Michigan SHOTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron Bowling Green West Virginia Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan Hartwick POINTS GP No. Avg/G 1. West Virginia Akron Western Michigan Bowling Green Northern Illinois Hartwick Buffalo GOALS GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron West Virginia Western Michigan Bowling Green Northern Illinois Hartwick Buffalo ASSISTS GP No. Avg/G 1. West Virginia Akron Bowling Green Western Michigan Hartwick Northern Illinois Buffalo GOALS ALLOWED GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron Bowling Green Hartwick West Virginia Buffalo Northern Illinois Western Michigan SAVES GP No. Avg/G 1. Buffalo Bowling Green Northern Illinois Western Michigan Akron Hartwick West Virginia FOULS GP No. Avg/G 1. Buffalo Bowling Green Akron West Virginia Hartwick Western Michigan Northern Illinois GOALS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron West Virginia Western Michigan Bowling Green Northern Illinois Hartwick Buffalo ASSISTS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. West Virginia Bowling Green Akron Western Michigan Hartwick Northern Illinois Buffalo GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE GP GA Minutes GA Avg. 1. Akron : Bowling Green : Hartwick : West Virginia : Buffalo : Northern Illinois : Western Michigan : SHUTOUTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron Bowling Green Western Michigan West Virginia Hartwick Northern Illinois Buffalo CORNERS GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron Western Michigan Bowling Green West Virginia Buffalo Hartwick Northern Illinois

22 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference CONFERENCE SOCCER STATISTICS Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) OFFSIDES GP No. Avg/G 1. Akron Bowling Green Buffalo West Virginia Hartwick Northern Illinois Western Michigan YELLOW CARDS GP No. Avg/G 1. Western Michigan Hartwick West Virginia Buffalo Akron Northern Illinois Bowling Green Mid-American Conference CONFERENCE SOCCER STATISTICS Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) Team Conference Pts Pct. GF GA Overall Pts Pct. GF GA Akron Western Michigan Hartwick West Virginia Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois Current unbeaten streak Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois Team Miscellaneous GP GF-GA Score Avg. Margin PK-Att Shots Saves Save% Corners Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick Northern Illinois West Virginia Western Michigan Attendance Home Average Away Average Neutral Average Total Average Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick Northern Illinois West Virginia Western Michigan Totals Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

23 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference INDIVIDUAL SOCCER STATISTICS Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50.0% of their team's games, goalies at least 33.0% of their team's minutes. SHOTS GP No. Avg/G 1. STEVENSON, Eric-Akron GRANT, Anthony-BGSU QUINN, Aodhan-Akron BARALDI, Danny-BGSU BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB Bevin, Andy-WVU Osman, Majed-WVU KANNAH, Issac-NIU NAJEM, Adam-Akron SHOTS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. GRANT, Anthony-BGSU STEVENSON, Eric-Akron BARALDI, Danny-BGSU CICERONE, Russell-UB QUINN, Aodhan-Akron BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron KANNAH, Issac-NIU Bevin, Andy-WVU Osman, Majed-WVU STEVENSON, James-NIU POINTS GP G A Pts Avg/G 1. Bevin, Andy-WVU Osman, Majed-WVU BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron NAJEM, Adam-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB QUINN, Aodhan-Akron STEVENSON, Eric-Akron KANNAH, Issac-NIU COMISKEY, Ryan-BGSU STEVENSON, James-NIU Stephens, Craig-WVU Merriam, Jamie-WVU ROGERS, Matheau-WMU GRANT, Anthony-BGSU GOALS GP No. Avg/G 1. Bevin, Andy-WVU BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron QUINN, Aodhan-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB COMISKEY, Ryan-BGSU KANNAH, Issac-NIU Osman, Majed-WVU STEVENSON, James-NIU STEVENSON, Eric-Akron BROOMFIELD, Will-Hartwick MAYER, Oliver-WMU GRANT, Anthony-BGSU ROGERS, Matheau-WMU FURGASON, Connor-WMU DERSCHANG, Robbie-Akron NAJEM, Adam-Akron ASSISTS GP No. Avg/G 1. NAJEM, Adam-Akron Osman, Majed-WVU Merriam, Jamie-WVU Bevin, Andy-WVU Stephens, Craig-WVU RUSSELL, Marc-Hartwick ABDUL-SALAAM, Saad-Akron STEVENSON, Eric-Akron BARALDI, Danny-BGSU BERRY, Nicolai-UB JIMENEZ, Edu-WMU Ochoa, Alex-WVU POINTS PER GAME GP G A Pts Avg/G 1. Bevin, Andy-WVU Osman, Majed-WVU BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB QUINN, Aodhan-Akron NAJEM, Adam-Akron COMISKEY, Ryan-BGSU KANNAH, Issac-NIU STEVENSON, James-NIU STEVENSON, Eric-Akron GOALS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. Bevin, Andy-WVU BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron QUINN, Aodhan-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB COMISKEY, Ryan-BGSU KANNAH, Issac-NIU Osman, Majed-WVU STEVENSON, James-NIU BROOMFIELD, Will-Hartwick STEVENSON, Eric-Akron ASSISTS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. NAJEM, Adam-Akron Osman, Majed-WVU Merriam, Jamie-WVU Bevin, Andy-WVU Stephens, Craig-WVU RUSSELL, Marc-Hartwick ABDUL-SALAAM, Saad-Akron BERRY, Nicolai-UB BARALDI, Danny-BGSU STEVENSON, Eric-Akron

24 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference INDIVIDUAL SOCCER STATISTICS Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) GAME-WINNING GOALS GP No. Avg/G 1. BRENES, Reinaldo-Akron CICERONE, Russell-UB QUINN, Aodhan-Akron DERSCHANG, Robbie-Akron WALCOTT, Max-Hartwick LOBO, Marco-WMU PORTILLOS, Zac-Akron GRANT, Anthony-BGSU Bevin, Andy-WVU SULLIVAN, Joe-BGSU JIMENEZ, Edu-WMU STEVENSON, Eric-Akron NAJEM, Adam-Akron GOALS AGAINST AVG GP GA Minutes GAavg 1. PINA, Fernando-Akron : WIEST, Michael-BGSU : MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick : Johnston, Lee-WVU : GLAESER, Andrew-NIU : CASSIS, Waleed-UB : RAU, Chase-WMU : SAVES GP No. Avg/G 1. CASSIS, Waleed-UB WIEST, Michael-BGSU GLAESER, Andrew-NIU RAU, Chase-WMU MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick Johnston, Lee-WVU PINA, Fernando-Akron FENLASON, Jake-Akron SIVIY, Andrew-UB HERBERT, Miles-NIU SHUTOUTS GP No. Avg/G 1. PINA, Fernando-Akron WIEST, Michael-BGSU Johnston, Lee-WVU RAU, Chase-WMU MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick GLAESER, Andrew-NIU CASSIS, Waleed-UB FENLASON, Jake-Akron SAVE PERCENTAGE GP Saves GA Pct. 1. WIEST, Michael-BGSU PINA, Fernando-Akron CASSIS, Waleed-UB GLAESER, Andrew-NIU MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick RAU, Chase-WMU Johnston, Lee-WVU SAVES PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. CASSIS, Waleed-UB GLAESER, Andrew-NIU WIEST, Michael-BGSU RAU, Chase-WMU MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick Johnston, Lee-WVU PINA, Fernando-Akron SHUTOUTS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. PINA, Fernando-Akron WIEST, Michael-BGSU Johnston, Lee-WVU MUNARRIZ, Mateo-Hartwick RAU, Chase-WMU GLAESER, Andrew-NIU CASSIS, Waleed-UB Team Identification Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick Northern Illinois West Virginia Western Michigan Team ID AKRON BGSU UB HARTWICK NIU WVU WMU Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

25 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference Conference Team Highs Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) TEAM HIGHS (highest totals made by) GOALS 8 Bowling Green vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 5 Bowling Green vs Malone (Aug 30, 2013) 5 West Virginia at Indiana (Sep 08, 2013) ASSISTS 11 Bowling Green vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 8 West Virginia vs Northern Illinois (Oct 05, 2013) SHOTS 38 Bowling Green vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 35 Bowling Green vs Ohio State (Sep 13, 2013) POINTS 27 Bowling Green vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 16 West Virginia vs Northern Illinois (Oct 05, 2013) SAVES 13 Hartwick at Akron (Oct 05, 2013) 11 Northern Illinois at Michigan State (Sep 28, 2013) 11 Northern Illinois at Bowling Green (Oct 12, 2013) 2013 Mid-American Conference Conference Individual Highs Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) INDIVIDUAL PLAYER GAME HIGHS POINTS 5 BARALDI, Danny (Bowling Green) vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 5 PORTILLOS, Zac (Akron) vs Western Michigan (Nov 17, 2013) GOALS 2 ROGERS, Matheau (Western Michigan) at Wisconsin (Sep 06, 2013) 2 MAYER, Oliver (Western Michigan) at UIC Flames (Sep 08, 2013) 2 Bevin, Andy (West Virginia) at Indiana (Sep 08, 2013) 2 STEVENSON, Eric (Akron) vs San Diego St. (Sep 15, 2013) 2 STEVENSON, James (Northern Illinois) vs Saint Mary's (Sep 22, 2013) 2 NAJEM, Adam (Akron) at Cleveland State (Oct 09, 2013) 2 BELL, Sam (Western Michigan) vs Buffalo (Oct 12, 2013) 2 KANNAH, Issac (Northern Illinois) vs Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2013) 2 DERSCHANG, Robbie (Akron) at Michigan (Oct 30, 2013) 2 COMISKEY, Ryan (Bowling Green) vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 2 QUINN, Aodhan (Akron) vs Penn State (Nov 06, 2013) 2 COMISKEY, Ryan (Bowling Green) at West Virginia (Nov 08, 2013) 2 STEVENSON, Eric (Akron) vs West Virginia (Nov 15, 2013) 2 PORTILLOS, Zac (Akron) vs Western Michigan (Nov 17, 2013) 2 BRENES, Reinaldo (Akron) vs Indiana (Nov 21, 2013) ASSISTS 3 BARALDI, Danny (Bowling Green) vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 3 NAJEM, Adam (Akron) vs West Virginia (Nov 15, 2013) SHOTS 9 GRANT, Anthony (Bowling Green) vs Ohio State (Sep 13, 2013) 9 COMISKEY, Ryan (Bowling Green) vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) SAVES 13 MUNARRIZ, Mateo (Hartwick) at Akron (Oct 05, 2013) 11 GLAESER, Andrew (Northern Illinois) at Michigan State (Sep 28, 2013)

26 2013 Season Statistics 2013 Mid-American Conference Conference Opponent Lows Through games of Nov 25, 2013 (All games) OPPONENT LOWS (lowest totals allowed by) GOALS 0 Bowling Green vs Malone (Aug 30, 2013) 0 Northern Illinois vs Cincinnati (Aug 30, 2013) 0 Akron at COFC (Aug 30, 2013) 0 West Virginia vs Central Conn. State (Aug 30, 2013) 0 Akron vs Furman (Sep 01, 2013) 0 Buffalo vs Canisius (Sep 11, 2013) 0 Bowling Green vs Ohio State (Sep 13, 2013) 0 Hartwick vs Iona (Sep 21, 2013) 0 Akron vs Bowling Green (Sep 21, 2013) 0 Buffalo at Cleveland State (Sep 22, 2013) 0 Akron vs Ohio State (Sep 24, 2013) 0 Bowling Green at Northern Kentucky (Sep 29, 2013) 0 Akron at West Virginia (Sep 29, 2013) 0 Bowling Green at Buffalo (Oct 04, 2013) 0 Hartwick at Akron (Oct 05, 2013) 0 West Virginia vs Northern Illinois (Oct 05, 2013) 0 Hartwick vs West Virginia (Oct 11, 2013) 0 Bowling Green vs Northern Illinois (Oct 12, 2013) 0 Western Michigan vs Buffalo (Oct 12, 2013) 0 Akron vs Wake Forest (Oct 15, 2013) 0 Akron at Buffalo (Oct 18, 2013) 0 Bowling Green at Davidson (Oct 19, 2013) 0 Western Michigan at Hartwick (Oct 19, 2013) 0 West Virginia vs Georgia State (Oct 19, 2013) 0 Bowling Green at Wright State (Oct 22, 2013) 0 Northern Illinois vs Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2013) 0 West Virginia at American (Oct 22, 2013) 0 Akron vs Michigan State (Oct 23, 2013) 0 West Virginia vs Western Michigan (Oct 26, 2013) 0 Western Michigan at West Virginia (Oct 26, 2013) 0 Hartwick at UAlbany (Oct 29, 2013) 0 Western Michigan vs Bowling Green (Nov 02, 2013) 0 Bowling Green vs IPFW (Nov 05, 2013) 0 Western Michigan vs Hartwick (Nov 15, 2013) 0 Akron vs West Virginia (Nov 15, 2013) SHOTS 2 West Virginia at Hartwick (Oct 11, 2013) 3 Akron vs VCU (Sep 13, 2013) SAVES 0 Western Michigan at Michigan State (Sep 01, 2013) 0 West Virginia vs Radford (Sep 02, 2013) 0 Hartwick at Syracuse (Sep 02, 2013) 0 Hartwick at Akron (Oct 05, 2013) 0 Hartwick vs West Virginia (Oct 11, 2013) 0 Northern Illinois at Akron (Oct 26, 2013) 0 Buffalo vs West Virginia (Nov 1, 2013) 0 Hartwick vs Western Michigan (Nov 15, 2013) 0 Western Michigan at Akron (Nov 17, 2013) Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

27 Year-By-Year Final Standings MAC OVERALL 1993 W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Bowling Green Miami Western Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Miami Akron Bowling Green Western Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Bowling Green Kentucky Miami Western Michigan Eastern Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Bowling Green Akron Kentucky Eastern Michigan Miami Western Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Kentucky Bowling Green Marshall Miami Northern Illinois Western Michigan Eastern Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Kentucky Northern Illinois Bowling Green Marshall Buffalo Eastern Michigan Western Michigan Miami W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Kentucky Bowling Green Marshall Buffalo Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Western Michigan MAC OVERALL 2000 W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Bowling Green Kentucky Marshall Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Kentucky Akron Marshall Buffalo Bowling Green Western Michigan Northern Illinois W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Marshall Kentucky Northern Illinois Western Michigan W L D Pts. W L D PCT. Kentucky Akron Western Michigan Bowling Green Northern Illinois Marshall Buffalo W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Kentucky Akron Northern Illinois Western Michigan Marshall Buffalo Bowling Green W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan Bowling Green IPFW W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan IPFW Bowling Green Denotes MAC Tournament Champion

28 MAC OVERALL 2007 W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Buffalo Hartwick Bowling Green Northern Illinois Western Michigan W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Northern Illinois Buffalo Hartwick Western Michigan Florida Atlantic Bowling Green W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Hartwick Western Michigan Northern Illinois Bowling Green Buffalo Florida Atlantic W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Western Michigan Buffalo Bowling Green Northern Illinois Florida Atlantic Hartwick W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan Hartwick Bowling Green Florida Atlantic W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron West Virginia Northern Illinois Western Michigan Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick Florida Atlantic W L D PCT. W L D PCT. Akron Western Michigan Hartwick West Virginia Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois Year-By-Year Final Standings + Denotes MAC Tournament Champion Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

29 History of Mid-American Conference Champions MAC Regular-Season Champions Akron Miami Akron Bowling Green Akron Akron Akron Akron...Bowling Green...Kentucky...Marshall Kentucky Akron...Bowling Green Kentucky Kentucky Akron Akron... Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Regular-Season Titles By School Akron Kentucky... 4 Bowling Green... 3 Miami... 1 Marshall... 1 Northern Illinois... 1 Regular-Season Titles By Coach Ken Lolla, Akron... 8 Caleb Porter, Akron... 6 Ian Collins, Kentucky... 4 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green... 3 Jared Embick, Akron... 1 Bob Gray, Marshall... 1 Bobby Kramig, Miami... 1 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois... 1 MAC Tournament Champions N/A Miami Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Akron Western Michigan Akron Akron Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Akron Northern Illinois Akron Akron Tournament Titles By School Akron Bowling Green... 3 Kentucky... 3 Northern Illinois... 1 Miami... 2 Western Michigan... 1 Tournament Titles By Coach Caleb Porter, Akron... 5 Ken Lolla, Akron... 4 Ian Collins, Kentucky... 3 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green... 3 Jared Embick, Akron... 1 Chris Karwoski, Western Michigan... 1 Bobby Kramig, Miami... 1 Eric Luzzi, Northern Illinois... 1 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois

30 Mid-American Conference Coaching History Akron MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Ken Lolla Caleb Porter Jared Embick 2013-pres Bowling Green MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Gary Palmisano Mel Mahler 1993, Fred Thompson Eric Nichols 2009-pres Former League Schools Central Michigan MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Rick Trainor Eastern Michigan MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Information Unavailable At This Time Florida Atlantic MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Kos Donev Buffalo MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. John Astudillo David Hesch^ Stu Riddle 2013-pres Northern Illinois MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Will Roy Steve Simmons Eric Luzzi 2009-pres West Virginia MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Marlon LeBlanc 2012-pres Western Michigan MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Blake Glass Chris Karwoski Stu Riddle Chad Wiseman 2013-pres Hartwick MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Ian McIntyre John Scott IPFW MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Terry Stefankiewicz Kentucky MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Ian Collins Marshall MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Bob Gray Miami MAC Overall Coach Year Record Pct. Record Pct. Bobby Kramig ^ Interim Head Coach ALL-TIME COACHING WINNING PERCENTAGE (All Games - minimum 50 games) Name, School...Years... Record...Pct. Caleb Porter, Akron Ken Lolla, Akron Ian Collins, Kentucky Mel Mahler, Bowling Green , Ian McIntyre, Hartwick Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois Bob Gray, Marshall John Astudillo, Buffalo Eric Luzzi, Northern Illinois pres Will Roy, Northern Illinois ALL-TIME COACHING WINS (All Games) Name, School... Years...Wins Ken Lolla, Akron Caleb Porter, Akron Ian Collins, Kentucky John Astudillo, Buffalo Mel Mahler, Bowling Green , Bob Gray, Marshall Chris Karwoski, Western Michigan Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois Will Roy, Northern Illinois Bob Kramig, Miami ALL-TIME COACHING WINNING PERCENTAGE (MAC Games Only - minimum 20 games) Name, School...Years... Record...Pct. Caleb Porter, Akron Ken Lolla, Akron Ian Collins, Kentucky Mel Mahler, Bowling Green , Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois Stu Riddle, Western Michigan/Buffalo /2013-pres Bob Gray, Marshall Eric Luzzi, Northern Illinois pres Bobby Kramig, Miami Eric Nichols, Bowling Green pres ALL-TIME COACHING WINS (MAC Games) Name, School... Years...Wins Ken Lolla, Akron Ian Collins, Kentucky Caleb Porter, Akron Mel Mahler, Bowling Green , John Astudillo, Buffalo Bob Gray, Marshall Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois Chris Karwoski, Western Michigan Will Roy, Northern Illinois Bobby Kramig, Miami Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

31 Mid-American Conference Individual Award Winners Gary V. Palmisano Coach of the Year 1993 Ken Lolla, Akron Bobby Kramig, Miami 1994 Bobby Kramig, Miami 1995 Ken Lolla, Akron 1996 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green 1997 Ian Collins, Kentucky 1998 Ken Lolla, Akron 1999 Ian Collins, Kentucky 2000 Bob Gray, Marshall 2001 Ian Collins, Akron 2002 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green 2003 Chris Karwoski, Western Michigan 2004 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois 2005 Ken Lolla, Akron 2006 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois 2007 Caleb Porter, Akron 2008 Caleb Porter, Akron 2009 Caleb Porter, Akron 2010 Caleb Porter, Akron 2011 Caleb Porter, Akron 2012 Caleb Porter, Akron 2013 John Scott, Hartwick Multiple Coach of the Year Award Winners 6 Caleb Porter, Akron 4 Ken Lolla, Akron 3 Ian Collins, Kentucky 2 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green 2 Bobby Kramig, Miami 2 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois Player of the Year 1993 Paul Wilkinson, Akron 1994 Dan Creech, Miami 1995 Dustin Swinehart, Miami 1996 Steve Klein, Bowling Green 1997 Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois 1998 Michael Apple, Akron 1999 Steve Butcher, Buffalo 2000 Byron Carmichael, Marshall 2001 Illka Jantti, Kentucky 2002 Byron Carmichael, Marshall 2003 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2004 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2005 Ross McKenzie, Akron 2006 Sinisa Ubiparoipovic, Akron 2007 Cory Sipos, Akron 2008 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2009 Teal Burnbury, Akron 2010 Darlington Nagbe, Akron 2011 Darren Mattocks, Akron 2012 Scott Caldwell, Akron 2013 Aodhan Quinn, Akron Multiple Player of the Year Award Winners 2 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2 Byron Carmichael, Marshall Newcomer of the Year 1993 Christin Handsor, Akron 1994 Jason Began, Bowling Green 1995 Justin Millard, Akron 1996 George Tomasso, Eastern Michigan 1997 Norman Dutch, Marshall 1998 Illka Jantti, Kentucky 1999 Torbjorn Birkeland, Akron Byron Carmichael, Marshall 2000 Reece Richardson, Western Michigan 2001 John Monebrake, Kentucky 2002 Kirk Harwat, Akron 2003 Riley O Neill, Kentucky 2004 Curt Zastrow, Northern Illinois 2005 Evan Bush, Akron 2006 Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois 2007 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2008 Darlington Nagbe, Akron 2009 Zarek Valentin, Akron 2010 Darren Mattocks, Akron 2011 Wil Trapp, Akron 2012 Dillon Serna, Akron Anthony Grant, Bowling Green 2013 Russell Cicerone, Buffalo Freshman of the Year will replace Newcomer of the Year beginning in

32 All-MAC Selections 1993 MF Christian Handsor, Akron MF Duncan Horner, Akron MF Ben Powers, Akron MF Brian Ferguson, Bowling Green MF Tom Kinney, Bowling Green MF Ian McCarriston, Central Michigan MF Otis Vacratsis, Eastern Michigan MF Jeff Hodgson, Western Michigan F Dan Creech, Miami F Dan Edwards, Western Michigan D Ryan Creech, Miami GK Mike Payne, Akron GK Nathan Barnhart, Miami Honorable Mention MF Ryan McCue, Bowling Green MF Brian Ragone, Miami MF Dustin Swineheart, Miami MF Malen Earl, Western Michigan F Bob Hayes, Eastern Michigan D Frank Frostino, Bowling Green GK Dan Traver, Bowling Green GK Jason Elmy, Eastern Michigan 1994 MF Christian Handsor, Akron MF Ryko Marich, Akron MF Jason Began, Bowling Green MF Joe Burch, Bowling Green MF Frank Frostino, Bowling Green MF Steve Klein, Bowling Green MF Ian McCarriston, Central Michigan MF Otis Vacratsis, Eastern Michigan MF Bill Coumas, Miami MF Brian Ragone, Miami F John Roma, Eastern Michigan F Dan Creech, Miami F Dan Edwards, Western Michigan D Desmond Johnston, Akron D Andy Beall, Western Michigan GK Dan Traver, Bowling Green GK Jason Elmy, Eastern Michigan 1995 MF Justin Millard, Akron MF Frank Ross, Akron MF Jason Began, Bowling Green MF Joe Burch, Bowling Green MF Steve Klein, Bowling Green MF Brandon Hardy, Miami MF/F Brian Dausman, Kentucky F Sean Mondelli, Kentucky F Dustin Swinehart, Miami F Todd Weissmueller, Kentucky D Desmond Johnston, Akron D Brian Mitchell, Akron D Kile Prewitt, Eastern Michigan D Pat Gerak, Kentucky D Andy Beall, Western Michigan GK Mike Payne, Akron GK Chris West, Kentucky 1996 MF Jason Began, Bowling Green MF Steve Klein, Bowling Green MF Shawn Leonard, Miami MF Andy Beall, Western Michigan MF/F Toby McComas, Kentucky F Allen Eller, Akron F Wally Senk, Akron F Joe Burch, Bowling Green F Dave Kindl, Bowling Green F Vesa Virtanen, Eastern Michigan F Sean Endicott, Kentucky F Sean Mondelli, Kentucky F Steve Bibi, Western Michigan D Chris Kerr, Akron D Tony Dore, Bowling Green D Steve Fox, Miami GK George Tomasso, Eastern Michigan 1997 First Team MF Justin Millard, Akron MF Jason Began, Bowling Green MF Brien Baltzell, Kentucky MF Eric Clark, Northern Illinois F Allen Eller, Akron F Sean Mondelli, Kentucky F Norman Dotch, Marshall F Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois D Desmond Johnston, Akron D Dan Kindl, Bowling Green D Claude Hunt, Marshall GK Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Second Team MF Lee Jones, Akron MF Drew Drummond, Eastern Michigan MF Hugo LaReservee, Marshall MF Anders Vik Jenssen, Northern Illinois F Michael Apple, Akron F Mo Hijazi, Eastern Michigan D Brett Strang, Bowling Green D Lee Baker, Kentucky D Nate Lie, Miami GK Bill Wahl, Akron 1998 First Team MF Allen Eller, Akron MF Lee Jones, Akron MF Nick Kolliniatis, Bowling Green MF Tom Greenawalt, Marshall F Michael Apple, Akron F Steve Butcher, Buffalo F Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois D Justin Millard, Akron D Nicholas Nunn, Akron D Lee Baker, Kentucky GK Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Second Team MF Brian McCallion, Buffalo MF Drew Drummond, Eastern Michigan MF Giovanni Fernandes, Kentucky MF Anders Vik Jenssen, Northern Illinois F Orjan Bjaneso, Akron F Chris Dore, Bowling Green F Huge LaReservee, Marshall D Jeff Beeler, Eastern Michigan D Ilkaa Jantti, Kentucky D Wayne Bennett, Marshall GK Kyle Milligan, Akron 1999 First Team MF Orjan Bjaneso, Akron MF Chris Dore, Bowling Green MF Giovanni Fernandes, Kentucky MF Illka Jantti, Kentucky F Torbjorn Birkeland, Akron F Steve Butcher, Buffalo F Lee Baker, Kentucky D Greg Prusha, Akron D Fred Degand, Bowling Green D Jeff Beeler, Eastern Michigan GK Kyle Milligan, Akron Second Team MF Frank Ross, Akron MF Brian McCallion, Buffalo MF Drew Drummond, Eastern Michigan MF Andrew Conti, Northern Illinois F Christer Larsen, Akron F Tim Songer, Buffalo F Dan Parisi, Northern Illinois D Todd Stonestreet, Kentucky D Wayne Bennett, Marshall D Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois GK Eric Pogue, Western Michigan 2000 First Team MF Orjan Bjaneso, Akron MF Fred Degand, Bowling Green MF Giovanni Fernandes, Kentucky MF Dan Parisi, Northern Illinois F Christer Larsen, Akron F Brian McCallion, Buffalo F Byron Carmichael, Marshall D Adam Erhard, Bowling Green D Illka Jantti, Kentucky D Greg Prusha, Akron GK Kyle Milligan, Akron Second Team GK Taly Goode, Marshall D Tracy Dowe, Akron D Dennis Ahebwa, Marshall D Vivian Baku, Marshall MF Matt Lyons, Bowling Green MF Chris Donovan, Marshall MF Mike Bravo, Western Michigan MF Dave Spaulding, Marshall MF Nick Park, Northern Illinois F Rob Friend, Western Michigan F Reece Richardson, Western Michigan F Scott Duhl, Western Michigan 2001 First Team MF Orjan Bjaneso, Akron MF Mike Peplinski, Buffalo MF Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky MF Antti Peltonen, Kentucky F Torbjorn Birkeland, Akron F John Monebrake, Kentucky F Byron Carmichael, Marshall D Tony Malik, Bowling Green D Illka Jantti, Kentucky D Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois GK Kyle Milligan, Akron Second Team MF J.D. Stephenson, Kentucky MF Firas Al-Sammarraie, Marshall MF Brian Sobczak, Marshall MF Mike Bravo, Western Michigan F Tim Cooper, Akron F Detrick Matthews, Bowling Green F Scott Duhl, Western Michigan F Reece Richardson, Western Michigan D Cameron Knowles, Akron D David Senn, Akron D Bill Norberg, Buffalo D Dennis Ahewba, Marshall D Wayne Bennett, Marshall GK Greg Raber, Kentucky 2002 First Team MF Alex Odwell, Akron MF Mike Peplinski, Buffalo MF Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky MF Scott Duhl, Western Michigan F Kirk Harwat, Akron F Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky F Byron Carmichael, Marshall D Mike Marich, Akron D Matt Leardini, Bowling Green D Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois GK David DeGraff, Bowling Green Second Team MF Dani Kamras, Kentucky MF Chris Donovan, Marshall MF Brent Sobczak, Marshall MF Rasih Pala, Northern Illinois F Chris Gnandt, Akron F Geoff Thompson, Buffalo F Bernhard Hagevik, Northern Illinois D Cameron Knowles, Akron D J.D. Stephenson, Kentucky D Paul Dirou, Marshall GK Dan Pinho, Akron 2003 First Team MF Hans Jorgen Haugland, Akron MF Will Kletzien, Akron MF Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky MF Scott Duhl, Western Michigan F Kirk Harwat, Akron F Alex Odwell, Akron F Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan D Cameron Knowles, Akron D Mike Marich, Akron D Thomas Senecal, Kentucky GK Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky Second Team MF Pat Beattie, Akron MF Paul Dhaliwal, Bowling Green MF Joey Gaworecki, Kentucky MF Guiseppe Ianni, Western Michigan F Nathan Li, Kentucky F Riley O Neill, Kentucky F Bernhard Hagevik, Northern Illinois D Eric Duda, Bowling Green D Brandon Stewart, Kentucky D Jason Okroy, Western Michigan GK Justin Christafaris, Akron Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

33 All-MAC Selections 2004 First Team MF Alex Odwell, Akron MF Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky MF Jose Alvarado, Northern Illinois MF Dustin Snyder, Western Michigan F Anthony Peters, Kentucky F Firas Al-Samarrie, Marshall F Curt Zastrow, Northern Illinois D Cameron Knowles, Akron D Thomas Senecal, Kentucky D Brandon Stewart, Kentucky GK Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky Second Team MF Michael D Agostino, Kentucky MF Kirk Gibson, Marshall MF Justin McGrane, Northern Illinois MF Edgar Rivera, Western Michigan F Michael Strong, Kentucky F Fraser Gibson, Northern Illinois F Ryan Goldman, Western Michigan D Cheick Diarra, Buffalo D Mike Barbera, Marshall D Bruce Conrad, Northern Illinois GK Steve Goletz, Northern Illinois Second Team MF Justin Kim, Bowling Green MF Brian Knapp, Buffalo MF Daniel Stevens, Buffalo MF Chris Van Duerm, Northern Illinois F Ashley Kozicki, Akron F Terry Downding, Western Michigan F Tom Oatley, Western Michigan D Devin McKenney, Akron D Daniel Gwyther, Buffalo D Steve Algozino, Northern Illinois GK Joe Zimka, Northern Illinois 2007 First Team MF Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron MF Stevev Kalan, Akron MF Matt Tutich, Akron MF Dan Stevens, Buffalo F Steve Zakuani, Akron F Dan Bulley, Buffalo F John Paul Boyle, Hartwick D Elliot Bradbrook, Akron D Ossie Michalsen, Akron D Corey Sipos, Akron GK Evan Bush, Akron 2009 First Team MF Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron MF Blair Gavin, Akron MF Michael Nanchoff, Akron MF Brad Horton, Northern Illinois F Teal Bunbury, Akron F Darlington Nagbe, Akron F Mike Unwin, Buffalo D Chris Korb, Akron D Kofi Sarkodie, Akron D Zarek Valentin, Akron GK Jeremy Vuolo, Hartwick Second Team MF Ben Zemanski, Akron MF Michael Cunningham, Hartwick MF Nick Roydhouse, Hartwick MF Tyler Rosenhagen, Western Michigan F Cameron Hepple, Bowling Green F Dan Summers, Hartwick F Saeed Sulemana Baba, Western Michigan D Konrad Anderson, Hartwick D Owen Botting, Hartwick D Josh Karsten, Northern Illinois GK David Meves, Akron Second Team MF Andy Tiedt, Buffalo MF Simon Greatwich, Hartwick MF Karim Darbaki, Northern Illinois MF Isaac Kannah, Northern Illinois F Thomas Schmitt, Akron F Rodcliff Hall, Bowling Green F Kai Mendes, Western Michigan D Brian Gallego, Akron D Jherrett Maroney, Hartwick D Darren Jones, Western Michigan GK David Meves, Akron 2012 First Team MF Scott Caldwell, Akron MF Dillon Serna, Akron MF Wil Trapp, Akron MF Danny Baraldi, Bowling Green F Reinaldo Brenes, Akron F Anthony Grant, Bowling Green F Shane Lyons, Western Michigan D Chad Barson, Akron D Deandre Yedlin, Akron D Eric Schoenle, West Virginia GK David Meves, Akron 2005 First Team MF Dino Campellone, Akron MF Yohann Mauger, Akron MF Matt Tutich, Akron MF Justin McGrane, Northern Illinois F Ross McKenzie, Akron F Sinisia Ubiparipovic, Akron F Omari Aldridge, Bowling Green D Ossie Mchalsen, Akron D Mbwana Johnson, Buffalo D Paul Gabel, Northern Illinois GK Evan Bush, Akron Second Team MF Victor Webb, IPFW MF Jose Alvarado, Northern Illinois MF Chris Rufa, Northern Illinois MF Javiar Arana, Western Michigan F Lee Catchpole, Buffalo F Andrae Clarke, Buffalo F Tom Oatley, Western Michigan D John McClain, Akron D Corey Sipos, Akron D Chadd Schurr, Western Michigan GK Steve Goletz, Northern Illinois 2006 First Team MF Steve Kalan, Akron MF Matt Tutich, Akron MF Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron MF Justin McGrane, Northern Illinois F Pablo Moreira, Akron F Andrae Clarke, Buffalo F Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois D Jon McClain, Akron D Ossie Michalsen, Akron D Chris Rufa, Northern Illinois GK Daniel Bell, Buffalo Second Team MF Cameron Hepple, Bowling Green MF Abiola Sandy, Bowling Green MF Alex Marrello, Buffalo MF Steven Amaya, Hartwick F Pablo Moreira, Akron F Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois F Tom Oatley, Western Michigan D Thomas McLean, Bowling Green D Daniel Gwyther, Buffalo D Liam Parrington, Hartwick D Steve Algozino, Northern Illinois GK Daniel Bell, Buffalo 2008 First Team MF Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron MF Blair Gavin, Akron MF Darlington Nagbe, Akron MF Alex Marrello, Buffalo F Matt Tutich, Akron F Steve Zakuani, Akron F J.P. Boyle, Hartwick D Kofi Sarkodie, Akron D Daniel Gwyther, Buffalo D Liam Parrington, Hartwick GK Evan Bush, Akron Second Team MF Ben Zemanski, Akron MF Cominic Oppong, Buffalo MF Brad Horton, Northern Illinois MF Drew Jeskey, Northern Illinois F Daniel Bulley, Buffalo F Shire Standnes, FAU F Ben Thomas, Northern Illinois D Ossie Michalsen, Akron D Steffen Thoresen, Buffalo D Jonathan Garcia-Torres, Hartwick GK Bobby Shuttleworth, Buffalo 2010 First Team MF Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron MF Perry Kitchen, Akron MF Michael Nanchoff, Akron MF Steven Amaya, Hartwick F Darren Mattocks, Akron F Darlington Nagbe, Akron F Shane Lyons, Western Michigan D Chad Barson, Akron D Kofi Sarkodie, Akron D Zarek Valentin, Akron GK David Meves, Akron Second Team MF Mino Kayser, Northern Illinois MF Luis Mojica, Northern Illinois MF Darren Jones, Western Michigan MF Kai Mendes, Western Michigan F Mike Unwin, Buffalo F Darnell King, FAU F Juan Hoyos, Northern Illinois D Chris Korb, Akron D Owen Botting, Hartwick D Francis Otira, Northern Illinois GK Miguel Rosales, Bowling Green 2011 First Team MF Scott Caldwell, Akron MF Aodhan Quinn, Akron MF Wil Trapp, Akron MF Greg Mathers, Hartwick F Luke Holmes, Akron F Darren Mattocks, Akron F James Stevenson, Northern Illinois D Chad Barson, Akron D DeAndre Yedlin, Akron D Francis Otira, Northern Illinois GK Jordan Godsey, Northern Illinois Second Team MF Aodhan Quinn, Akron MF Andrew Bevin, West Virginia MF Uwem Etuk, West Virginia MF Travis Pittman, West Virginia F Eric Stevenson, Akron F Cleyon Brown, Hartwick F James Stevenson, Northern Illinois D Bryan Gallego, Akron D Peabo Doue, West Virginia D Darren Jones, Western Michigan GK Sean Lewis, Western Michigan 2013 First Team MF Adam Najem, Akron MF Aodhan Quinn, Akron MF Victor Souto, Akron MF Russell Cicerone, Buffalo MF Majed Osman, West Virginia F Reinaldo Brenes, Akron F Eric Stevenson, Akron F Andy Bevin, West Virginia D Robbie Derschang, Akron D Bryan Gallego, Akron D Andrew Souders, Akron GK Fernando Pina, Akron Second Team MF Danny Baraldi, Bowling Green MF Brandon Silva, Bowling Green MF Chris Walter, Hartwick MF Marco Lobo, Western Michigan F Ryan Comisky, Bowling Green F Isaac Kannah, Northern Illinois F Oliver Mayer, Western Michigan D Saad Abdul-Salaam, Akron D Ross MacKinnon, Akron D Matthew Robertson, Hartwick GK Michael Wiest, Bowling Green GK Chase Rau, Western Michigan

34 Academic All-MAC Selections 1993 Doug Harris, Central Michigan Jason Elmy, Eastern Michigan Otis Vacratsis, Eastern Michigan Jim Cunningham, Miami Mark Fluchel, Miami David Scholtz, Miami Dustin Swineheart, Miami Doug Woodworth, Miami Dan Edwards, Western Michigan Larry Osiecki, Western Michigan Jason Ries, Western Michigan 1994 Duncan Horner, Akron Tim Concannon, Bowling Green David Michels, Bowling Green Bobby Eldon, Central Michigan Otis Vacratsis, Eastern Michigan Jason Elmy, Eastern Michigan Mark Fluchel, Miami Dustin Swinehart, Miami Dan Edwards, Western Michigan Larry Osiecki, Western Michigan 1995 Desmond Johnson, Akron Mike Payne, Akron Joe Burch, Bowling Green Jason Began, Bowling Green Spiros Assimacopoulos, Eastern Michigan Brian Dausman, Kentucky Tim Fisk, Kentucky Pat Gerak, Kentucky Kirk Vidra, Kentucky Todd Weissmueller, Kentucky Dustin Swinehart, Miami Owen Crosby, Western Michigan 1996 Desmond Johnson, Akron Justin Millard, Akron Gabe Rhoads, Akron Bill Wahl, Akron Jason Began, Bowling Green Joe Burch, Bowling Green Tim McCarley, Eastern Michigan Sean Endicott, Kentucky Jeff Brown, Miami Stephen Fox, Miami Owen Crosby, Western Michigan David Fernandez, Western Michigan 1997 Desmond Johnston, Akron Bill Wahl, Akron Justin Millard, Akron Jason Began, Bowling Green Brian Glibowski, Bowling Green Brett Strang, Bowling Green David Fernandez, Western Michigan Eric Pogue, Western Michigan 1998 Justin Millard, Akron Nick Kolliniatis, Bowling Green Brian Cruickshank, Buffalo Drew Drummond, Eastern Michigan Lee Baker, Kentucky Billy Dwyer, Kentucky Tom Greenawalt, Marshall Johnathan Holfinger, Miami Nathaniel Lie, Miami Paul Bay Braathen, Northern Illinois Eric Clark, Northern Illinois Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois Jeff Stojak, Northern Illinois Evan Fonger, Western Michigan Eric Pogue, Western Michigan Steve Roth, Western Michigan 2002 Hans Jorgen Haugland, Akron Dan Pinho, Akron Matt Leardini, Bowling Green Jenton Esworthy, Buffalo Dave Pidgeon, Buffalo Christopher Lee Austin, Kentucky Brent Sobczak, Marshall Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois Andy Champion, Northern Illinois Nick Park, Northern Illinois Brandon Smick, Northern Illinois Jason Sullivan, Northern Illinois 2003 Cameron Knowles, Akron Mike Marich, Akron David DeGraff, Bowling Green Eric Duda, Bowling Green Dave Pidgeon, Buffalo Ross Tauchert, Buffalo Chris Vavrina, Buffalo Chris Austin, Kentucky Olli Lehtimaki, Kentucky Andy Champion, Northern Illinois Jason Sullivan, Northern Illinois 2004 Cameron Knowles, Akron Yohann Mauger, Akron Daniel Bell, Buffalo Olli Lehtimaki, Kentucky Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky Jeremy Ashe, Marshall Karim Boukhemis, Marshall Kirk Gibson, Marshall Joe Nebel, Marshall Ryan Goldman, Western Michigan Dan Picmann, Western Michigan Edgar Rivera, Western Michigan 2005 Evan Bush, Akron Steve Kalan, Akron Yohann Mauger, Akron Dan Bell, Buffalo Frank Stagnitta, Buffalo John DeCarlo, Buffalo Trent Miller, IPFW Joe Schuring, IPFW Chris VanDuerm, Northern Illinois Dan Picmann, Western Michigan Edgar Rivera, Western Michigan 2006 Steve Kalan, Akron Geir Nyheim, Akron Kyle McNayr, Bowling Green Ryan Perea, Bowling Green Erik Jaanimagi, Buffalo Kevin Balkanloo, Buffalo Daniel Bell, Buffalo Matt Galanes, Northern Illinois Kevin Woerner, Northern Illinois Terry Dowding, Western Michigan Mark Kroeger, Western Michigan 2007 Elliot Bradbrook, Akron Ossie Michaelsen, Akron Steve Kalan, Akron Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green Hunter Van Houten, Bowling Green Dan Gwyther, Buffalo Chris Sardon, Hartwick Barry Pearson, Hartwick Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois Jordan Fylonenko, Western Michigan Mark Kroeger, Western Michigan Kyle Hall, Western Michigan 2008 Matt Dagilis, Akron Ossie Michaelsen, Akron Ben Zemanski, Akron Chuko Evwaraye, Bowling Green Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green Hunter Van Houten, Bowling Green Dan Gwyther, Buffalo Shire Standnes, FAU Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois Chris Johnson, Northern Illinois Brad Bahr, Northern Illinois Jordan Fylonenko, Western Michigan 2009 Teal Bunbury, Akron Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Ben Zemanski, Akron Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green Hunter Van Houten, Bowling Green Nick Fetterman, Buffalo Alex Mihal, Buffalo Dan Summers, Hartwick Sam Wright, Hartwick Brad Bahr, Northern Illinois Luis De La Cerda, Northern Illinois Shaun Clements, Western Michigan 2010 Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Nick Fetterman, Buffalo Juha Kaartoluoma, Buffalo Steven Amaya, Hartwick Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois Finn Jor, Northern Illinois Pat Schiffer, Western Michigan Kai Mendes, Western Michigan 2011 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron Brandon Silva, Bowling Green Michael Wiest, Bowling Green Joachim Hansteen, FAU Darnell King, FAU Jherrett Maroney, Hartwick Greg Mathers, Hartwick Pat Thompson, Hartwick Michael Mascitti, Northern Illinois Kai Mendes, Western Michigan Pat Schiffer, Western Michigan Derek Schrauben, Western Michigan 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron Wil Trap, Akron Zach Lemke, Bowling Green Tyler Bailey, Hartwick Mike Mascitti, Northern Illinois Pat Sloan, Northern Illinois Andy Bevin, West Virginia Oliver Mayer, Western Michigan Yllson Asani, Western Michigan Jason Grant, Western Michigan Darren Jones, Western Michigan 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Robbie Derschang, Akron Andrew Souders, Akron Ryan Comiskey, Bowling Green Brandon Silva, Bowling Green Michael Wiest, Bowling Green Mateo Munarriz, Hartwick Dusty Page, Northern Illinois Haydon Bennett, West Virginia Andy Bevin, West Virginia Connor Furgason, Western Michigan Marco Lobo, Western Michigan Oliver Mayer, Western Michigan *The MAC Honor Roll took the place of the Academic All-MAC team from Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

35 Player of the Week Honors 1993 S7 Ryan McCue, Bowling Green Brian Ragone, Miami S14 Malen Earl, Western Michigan S21 Nathan Barnhart, Miami S28 Christian Handsor, Akron O5 Dan Creech, Miami O12 Derrick Gates, Akron O19 Andy Beall, Western Michigan O26 Duncan Horner, Akron N2 Christian Handsor, Akron 1994 S6 Dan Creech, Miami S13 Tim Concannon, Bowling Green S20 Joe Burch, Bowling Green S27 Bill Coumas, Miami O4 Dustin Swinehart, Miami O11 Dan Edwards, Western Michigan O18 Ryko Marich, Akron O25 Chris Handsor, Akron N1 Dan Creech, Miami 1995 S6 Dustin Swinehart, Miami S12 Sean Mondelli, Kentucky S19 Dustin Swinehart, Miami S25 Steve Klein, Bowling Green O3 Scott Vallow, Bowling Green O10 Chris West, Kentucky O17 Brandon Hardy, Miami O24 Frank Ross, Akron O31 Allen Eller, Akron Dave Kindl, Bowling Green 1996 S10 Steve Klein, Bowling Green S17 Jason Began, Bowling Green S24 Shawn Leonard, Miami O8 Steve Klein, Bowling Green O15 Allen Eller, Akron O22 Dave Kindl, Bowling Green 1997 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Hugo La Reservee, Marshall Chris West, Kentucky David Antal, Akron Norman Dotch, Marshall Allen Eller, Akron Richard Orrick, Marshall Sean Mondelli, Kentucky Zac Olson, Bowling Green Michael Apple, Akron Bill Wahl, Akron Scott Vallow, Bowling Green 1998 S8 Paul Vignocchi, Northern Illinois S15 Dan Mulvihill, Western Michigan S22 Ian Leggat, Marshall S29 Allen Eller, Akron O6 Michael Stickler, Kentucky O13 Tom Greenawalt, Marshall O20 Michael Apple, Akron O27 Lee Baker, Kentucky N3 Brent Rainey, Kentucky 1999 S8 Ty Fowler, Bowling Green S14 Lee Baker, Kentucky S21 Byron Carmichael, Marshall S28 Tim Songer, Buffalo O5 Steve Butcher, Buffalo O11 Brian O Leary, Kentucky O18 Chris Dore, Bowling Green O25 Kyle Milligan, Akron N2 Robby Berkley, Northern Illinois 2000 S4 Byron Carmichael, Marshall S11 Will Kletzien, Akron S18 Tim Songer, Buffalo S25 Dan Parisi, Northern Illinois O2 Brian O Leary, Kentucky O9 Kyle Milligan, Akron Taly Goode, Marshall O16 David DeGraff, Bowling Green O22 Orjan Bjaneso, Akron O30 Matt Lyons, Bowling Green 2001 S3 Torbjorn Birkeland, Akron S10 Byron Carmichael, Marshall S24 Antti Peltonen, Kentucky O1 Kyle Milligan, Akron O8 Bill Norberg, Buffalo O15 John Monebrake, Kentucky O22 Torbjorn Birkeland, Akron O30 Greg Raber, Kentucky N6 Antti Peltonen, Kentucky 2002 S3 Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky S9 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky S16 Byron Carmichael, Marshall S23 Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky S30 Paul Dhaliwal, Bowling Green O7 Greg Raber, Kentucky O14 Byron Carmichael, Marshall O21 Steve Goletz, Northern Illinois O28 Firas Al-Samarraie, Marshall N4 Matt Boswell, Akron 2003 S1 Ian Spooner, Western Michigan S8 Michael John-Williams, Western Michigan S15 Justin Christafaris, Akron S22 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky S29 Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan O6 Riley O Neill, Kentucky O13 David DeGraff, Bowling Green O20 Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky O27 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky N3 Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky 2004 S6 Alex Odwell, Akron S12 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky S19 Lee Catchpole, Buffalo S26 Cameron Knowles, Akron O3 Jeremy Ashe, Marshall O10 Fraser Gibson, Northern Illinois O17 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky O25 Ryan Goldman, Western Michigan O31 Brandon Stewart, Kentucky 2005 S4 Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron S12 Chris VanDuerm, Northern Illinois S19 Dan Bell, Buffalo S25 Omari Aldridge, Bowling Green O3 Andrae Clarke, Buffalo O10 Ross McKenzie, Akron O17 Braden Byler, Buffalo O24 Ross McKenzie, Akron O31 Evan Bush, Akron N7 Kevin Woerner, Northern Illinois 2006 A29 Dan Gwyter, Buffalo S5 Ashley Kozicki, Akron S12 Andrae Clarke, Buffalo S19 Daniel Bell, Buffalo S26 Joe Zimka, Northern Illinois O3 Chris VanDuerm, Northern Illinois O10 Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois O17 Drew Jeskey, Northern Illinois O24 Andrae Clarke, Buffalo O31 Steve Kalan, Akron 2007 S3 Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron S10 Robert Shuttleworth, Buffalo S17 Elliot Bradbrook, Akron S24 Paul Shoemaker, Bowling Green O1 Dan Bulley, Buffalo O8 Brian Van Buren, Northern Illinois O15 Tom Oatley, Western Michigan O22 Dan Bulley, Buffalo O29 Hunter Van Houen, Bowling Green N5 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2008 S1 Steve Zakuani, Akron S8 Steve Zakuani, Akron S15 Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green S22 Steve Zakuani, Akron S29 Drew Jeskey, Northern Illinois O6 Steve Zakuani, Akron O13 Evan Bush, Akron O20 Matt Tutich, Akron Shire Standnes, FAU O27 Evan Bush, Akron N3 Steve Zakuani, Akron N10 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2009 S9 David Meves, Akron S14 Teal Bunbury, Akron S21 Cameron Hepple, Bowling Green S28 Saeed Sulemana Baba, Western Michigan O5 Michael Nanchoff, Akron O12 Teal Bunbury, Akron O19 Saeed Sulemana Baba, Western Michigan O26 Darlington Nagbe, Akron N2 Teal Bunbury, Akron N9 Blair Gavin, Akron 2010 S7 Darlington Nagbe, Akron S14 C.J. Brown, Western Michigan S21 Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron Francis Otira, Northern Illinois S28 Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron O5 Michael Nanchoff, Akron O12 Darren Mattocks, Akron O19 Darren Mattocks, Akron O26 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron N2 Mike Unwin, Buffalo Derek Schrauben, Western Michigan N9 Miguel Rosales, Bowling Green 2011 A30 Darren Mattocks, Akron S6 Pat Sloan, Northern Illinois S13 Scott Caldwell, Akron Francis Otira, Northern Illinois S20 Shane Lyons, Western Michigan S27 Darren Mattocks, Akron O4 Luke Holmes, Akron O11 Darren Mattocks, Akron O18 Darren Mattocks, Akron O25 Darren Mattocks, Akron N1 Greg Mathers, Hartwick N8 Kai Mendes, Western Michigan 2012 A29 Michael Wiest, Bowling Green S6 Darren Jones, Western Michigan S11 Danny Baraldi, Bowling Green S18 David Meves, Akron S25 Shane Lyons, Western Michigan O2 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron O9 Jason Grant, Western Michigan O16 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron O23 Scott Caldwell, Akron O30 David Meves, Akron Anthony Grant, Bowling Green N6 David Meves, Akron 2013 S2 Bryan Gallego, Akron S9 Andy Bevin, West Virginia S16 Ryan Lemasters, Western Michigan S23 Russell Cicerone, Buffalo S30 Fernando Pina, Akron O7 Mateo Munarriz, Hartwick O14 Adam Najem, Akron O21 Adam Najem, Akron Marco Lobo, Western Michigan O28 Isaac Kannah, Northern Illinois N4 Robbie Derschang, Akron N11 Aodhan Quinn, Akron Ryan Comiskey, Bowling Green

36 NCAA Division I Player or the Year In 2002, the NSCAA, Missouri Athletic Club and Hermann Trophy awards were unified into the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy, presented to the NCAA Division I Players of the Year 2008 Steve Zakuani, Akron... Runner-Up 2009 Teal Bunbury, Akron...Winner 2010 Darlington Nagbe, Akron...Winner 2011 Darren Mattocks, Akron...Semifinalist 2012 Scott Caldwell, Akron...Semifinalist Eric Schoenle, West Virginia...Watch List 2013 Aodhan Quinn, Akron...Semifinalist Reinaldo Brenes, Akron... Watch List Soccer America Player of the Year 2008 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2009 Teal Bunbury, Akron 2010 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron NSCAA/FieldTurf NCAA Coach of the Year 1986 Steve Parker, Akron 2009 Caleb Porter, Akron Regional/District Coach of the Year 1996 Mel Mahler, Bowling Green 1998 Ken Lolla, Akron 1999 Ian Collins, Kentucky 2006 Steve Simmons, Northern Illinois 2009 Caleb Porter, Akron NCAA Assistant Coach of the Year 2010 Jared Embick, Akron NSCAA Division I All-Americans First Team 1996 Steve Klein, Bowling Green 2005 Ross McKenzie, Akron Yohann Mauger, Akron 2008 Steve Zakuani, Akron 2009 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron Teal Bunbury, Akron 2010 Darlington Nagbe, Akron Kofi Sarkodie, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron 2013 Aodhan Quinn, Akron Second Team 2001 Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky 2005 Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron 2006 Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron 2009 Darlington Nagbe, Akron 2011 Darren Mattocks, Akron 2012 David Meves, Akron 2013 Bryan Gallego, Akron Third Team 1997 Scott Vallow, Bowling Green 1998 Michael Apple, Akron Scott Vallow, Bowling Green 1999 Chris Dore, Bowling Green 2004 Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2008 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron 2011 Scott Caldwell, Akron 2012 Wil Trapp, Akron 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron NSCAA ALL-REGION TEAMS First Team 1994 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1995 Joe Burch, Bowling Green Steve Klein, Bowling Green 1996 Steve Klein, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green 1997 Jason Began, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Claude Hunt, Marshall 1998 Scott Vallow, Bowling Green NSCAA Rocognitions 1999 Orjan Bjaneso, Akron Torbjorn Birkland, Akron Kyle Milligan, Akron Chris Dore, Bowling Green 2000 Greg Prusha, Akron Fred Degand, Bowling Green Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky 2001 Kyle Milligan, Akron Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky 2002 Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky 2003 Cameron Knowles, Akron 2004 Cameron Knowles, Akron Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2005 Yohann Mauger, Akron Ross McKenzie, Akron 2006 Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron 2007 Corey Sipos, Akron Steve Zakuani, Akron 2008 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron Steve Zakuani, Akron 2009 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron Teal Bunbury, Akron Blair Gavin, Akron Darlington Nagbe, Akron Kofi Sarkodi, Akron 2010 Darlington Nagbe, Akron Kofi Sarkodi, Akron 2011 Scott Caldwell, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron Wil Trapp, Akron Eric Schoenle, West Virginia 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Bryan Gallego, Akron Aodhan Quinn, Akron Second Team 1994 Steve Klein, Bowling Green 1996 Jason Began, Bowling Green Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1997 Allen Eller, Akron Desmond Johnston, Akron Lee Jones, Akron Dan Kindl, Bowling Green 1998 Allen Eller, Akron Lee Jones, Akron Justin Millard, Akron Nicholas Nunn, Akron Chris Dore, Bowling Green Lee Baker, Kentucky Tom Greenwalt, Marshall 1999 Greg Prusha, Akron Fred Degand, Bowling Green Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky Wayne Bennett, Marshall 2000 Kyle Milligan, Akron Byron Carmichael, Marshall 2001 Torbjorn Birkland, Akron Byron Carmichael, Marshall 2002 Kirk Harwat, Akron Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky 2003 Alex Odwell, Akron Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan 2005 Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron 2008 Evan Bush, Akron Kofi Sarkodi, Akron Matt Tutich, Akron 2007 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron 2010 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron David Meves, Akron Michael Nanchoff, Akron Zarek Valentin, Akron 2011 Chad Barson, Akron Francis Otira, Northern Illinois James Stevenson, Northern Illinois 2013 Andy Bevin, West Virginia Third Team 1993 Brian Ferguson, Bowling Green Tom Kinney, Bowling Green 1994 Dan Edwards, Western Michigan 1996 Steve Bibi, Western Michigan 1997 Steve Bibi, Western Michigan 1998 Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky 2000 Orjan Bjaneso, Akron 2001 Tony Malik, Bowling Green John Monebrake, Kentucky 2003 Scott Duhl, Western Michigan 2004 Brandon Stewart, Kentucky Dustin Snyder, Western Michigan 2005 Corey Sipos, Akron Tom Oatley, Western Michigan 2006 Jonathan McClain, Akron 2007 Elliot Bradbrook, Akron 2008 Blair Gavin, Akron 2009 David Meves, Akron 2010 Shane Lyons, Western Michigan 2011 Karim Darbaki, Northern Illinois Jordan Godsey, Northern Illinois 2012 Danny Baraldi, Bowling Green Uwen Etuk, West Virginia 2013 Eric Stevenson, Akron NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Scott Caldwell, Akron NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICANS First Team 2000 Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois 2001 Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky Antti Peltonen, Kentucky Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois 2011 Scott Caldwell, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Second Team 2011 David Meves, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron 2013 Andy Bevin, West Virginia NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-REGIONAL TEAMS First Team 2000 Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois 2011 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Andy Bevin, West Virginia Second Team 2003 Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan 2011 Greg Mathers, Hartwick 2013 Andy Bevin, West Virginia Third Team 1994 Dan Edwards, Western Michigan 1996 Steve Bibi, Western Michigan 1997 Steve Bibi, Western Michigan 2003 Scott Duhl, Western Michigan 2004 Dustin Snyder, Western Michigan 2005 Tom Oatley, Western Michigan 2010 Shane Lyons, Western Michigan Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

37 Regional and National Academic Recognitions NSCAA Team Academic Awards The following is a list of all intercollegiate institutions (and the year(s) the institution received the honor) who have received the NSCAA College Team Academic Award since the award was instituted in To qualify for the award, a team must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) to be eligible 2000 Kentucky 2001 Akron Bowling Green 2002 Bowling Green Kentucky Marshall Northern Illinois 2003 Northern Illinois 2008 Akron Hartwick 2009 Akron Hartwick 2010 Akron Bowling Green Hartwick 2011 Akron Bowling Green Hartwick 2012 Akron Bowling Green Hartwick West Virginia Western Michigan 2013 Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Hartwick West Virginia Western Michigan CoSISA/ESPN ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN OF THE YEAR 2010 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Co-SIDA Academic All-Americans First Team 1995 Sean Endicott, Kentucky 1997 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1999 Justin Millard, Akron Jeff Stojak, Northern Illinois 2000 Orjan Bjaneso, Akron 2001 Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky Chris McAlpine, Kentucky 2009 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green 2010 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois 2011 Chad Barson, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron 2013 Andy Bevin, West Virginia Second Team 1997 Sigurd Slaastad, Northern Illinois 1998 Justin Millard, Akron Jeff Stojak, Northern Illinois 2001 Orjan Bjaneso, Akron 2007 Elliot Badbrook, Akron 2008 Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois 2010 Chad Barson, Akron David Meves, Akron 2011 Scott Caldwell, Akron 2012 David Meves, Akron 2013 Brandon Silva, Bowling Green Third Team 1996 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 2000 Ty Fowler, Bowling Green 2001 Kyle Milligan, Akron 2009 Ben Zemanski, Akron 2010 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron 2011 David Meves, Akron 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAMS First Team 1994 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1995 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1996 Joe Burch, Bowling Green 1997 Sigurd Slaastad, Northern Illinois 1998 Jeff Stojak, Northern Illinois 1999 Ty Fowler, Bowling Green Jeff Stojak, Northern Illinois 2000 Paal Bay Braathen, Northern Illinois 2001 Tony Malik, Bowling Green Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois Jason Tithof, Northern Illinois 2002 Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois 2003 Chris Austin, Kentucky Andy Champion, Northern Illinois Jason Sullivan, Northern Illinois 2004 Cameron Knowles, Akron Jama Shteiwi, Kentucky 2005 Daniel Bell, Buffalo Dan Picmann, Western Michigan 2007 Elliot Bradbrook, Akron Ossie Michalsen, Akron 2008 Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green Chris Johnson, Northern Illinois Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois 2009 Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Ben Zemanski, Akron Jacob Lawrence, Bowling Green Hunter Van Houten, Bowling Green 2010 Anthony Ampaipitaikwong, Akron Chad Barson, Akron David Meves, Akron Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois 2011 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron Thomas Schmitt, Akron 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron David Meves, Akron 2013 Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Brandon Silva, Bowling Green Dusty Page, Northern Illinois Andy Bevin, West Virginia Second Team 2004 Daniel Bell, Buffalo 2006 Daniel Bell, Buffalo Kevin Balkanloo, Buffalo 2007 Ossie Michaelsen, Akron Elliot Bradbrook, Akron 2008 Dan Gwyther, Buffalo Shire Standnes, Florida Atlantic 2010 Nick Fetterman, Buffalo Juha Kaartoluoma, Buffalo

38 Annual Statistical Leaders Points 1993 Christian Handsor, Akron Duncan Horner, Akron Dan Creech, Miami Dustin Swinehart, Miami Steve Klein, Bowling Green Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois Steve Butcher, Buffalo Steve Butcher, Buffalo Dan Parisi, Northern Illinois Byron Carmichael, Marshall Byron Carmichael, Marshall Byron Carmichael, Marshall Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan Jamal Shtewi, Kentucky Ross McKenzie, Akron Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois Dan Bulley, Buffalo Steve Zakuani, Akron Teal Bunbury, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Andy Bevin, West Virginia Goals 1993 Duncan Horner, Akron Dan Creech, Miami Dustin Swinehart, Miami Steve Klein, Bowling Green Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois Steve Butcher, Buffalo Dan Parisi, Northern Illinois Byron Carmichael, Marshall Bryron Carmichael, Marshall Byron Carmichael, Marshall Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan Jamal Shtewi, Kentucky Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois Dan Bulley, Buffalo Steve Zakuani, Akron Teal Bunbury, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Andy Bevin, West Virginia... 9 Assists 1993 Dustin Swinehart, Miami Steve Klein, Bowling Green Steve Klein, Bowling Green Steve Klein, Bowling Green Jason Began, Bowling Green...11 Allen Eller, Akron Michael Apple, Akron Allen Eller, Akron Jason Ryder, Northern Illinois Matt Lyons, Bowling Green Antti Peltonen, Kentucky Nathan Fleetwood, Kentucky... 7 Robert Ngumire, Marshall Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky Ross McKenzie, Akron Andrae Clarke, Buffalo Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron... 7 Dan Stevens, Buffalo... 7 Kevin Woerner, Northern Illinois Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron Ben Zemanski, Akron Michael Nanchoff, Akron Darlington Nagbe, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Adam Najem, Akron... 9 Points Per Match 1993 Christian Handsor, Akron Duncan Horner, Akron Dan Creech, Miami Dustin Swinehart, Miami Steve Klein, Bowling Green Eirik Frederiksen, Northern Illinois Steve Butcher, Buffalo Steve Butcher, Buffalo Byron Carmichael, Marshall Byron Carmichael, Marshall Byron Carmichael, Marshall Jeff Hughes, Western Michigan Jamal Shteiwi, Kentucky Ross McKenzie, Akron Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron Dan Bulley, Buffalo Steve Zakuani, Akron Saeed Sulemana Baba, Western Michigan Darren Mattocks, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Reinaldo Brenes, Akron Andy Bevin, West Virginia Goals-Against Average 1993 Mike Payne, Akron Rob Hall, Akron Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Bill Wahl, Akron Kyle Milligan, Akron Kyle Milligan, Akron Taly Goode, Marshall Greg Raber, Kentucky Dan Pinho, Akron Justin Christafaris, Akron Andy Gruenebaum, Kentucky Evan Bush, Akron Joe Zimka, Northern Illinois Evan Bush, Akron Evan Bush, Akron David Meves, Akron David Meves, Akron Jordan Godsey, Akron David Meves, Akron Fernando Pina, Akron Victories 1993 Akron Miami Bowling Green/Kentucky Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Kentucky Marshall Kentucky Kentucky Akron Akron Akron Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron/Northern Illinois Akron Akron Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

39 Losses 1993 Central Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan/Miami Eastern Michigan Miami Western Michigan Western Michigan Western Michigan Western Michigan Northern Ill./Marshall Bowling Green IPFW IPFW Bowling Green/Western Michigan Western Michigan Bowling Green Hartwick Western Michigan Florida Atlantic Northern Illinois Annual Statistical Leaders Goals 1993 Miami Miami Kentucky Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Northern Illinois Marshall Marshall Marshall Western Michigan Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Ties 1993 Akron/Miami/Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Akron/Bowling Green Western Michigan Western Michigan Bowling Green/Western Michigan Western Michigan Akron Buffalo Akron Bowling Green Western Michigan Akron Buffalo Hartwick Hartwick Hartwick Bowling Green Hartwick Akron/Bowling Green/Northern Illinois Bowling Green... 6 Winning Percentage 1993 Akron (14-3-1) 1994 Miami (15-5-1) 1995 Bowling Green (16-3-2) 1996 Bowling Green (18-4-1) 1997 Bowling Green (18-6-0) 1998 Akron (17-3-1) 1999 Akron (11-4-2) 2000 Marshall (14-5-1) 2001 Kentucky (14-6-1) 2002 Kentucky (10-9-0) 2003 Akron (15-5-2) 2004 Akron (13-5-3) 2005 Akron (18-1-4) 2006 Akron (13-5-1) 2007 Akron (15-4-2) 2008 Akron (17-2-4) 2009 Akron (23-1-1) 2010 Akron (22-1-2) 2011 Akron (15-3-4) 2012 Akron (18-1-3) 2013 Akron (17-4-1) Goals Per Game 1993 Miami/Akron Miami Kentucky Bowling Green Akron Akron Akron Marshall Marshall Marshall Western Michigan Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Assists 1993 Miami Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Northern Illinois Marshall Kentucky Marshall Western Michigan Western Michigan Akron Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron West Virginia

40 Points 1993 Miami Miami/Bowling Green Kentucky Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Northern Illinois Marshall Marshall Marshall Western Michigan Western Michigan Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron West Virginia Shots 1993 Miami Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Akron Northern Illinois Marshall Marshall Marshall Western Michigan Akron Akron Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Fewest Goals Allowed 1993 Miami Bowling Green Akron Bowling Green Akron Bowling Green Akron/Kentucky Marshall Kentucky Buffalo Akron Kentucky Akron/Buffalo Northern Illinois Akron Akron Akron Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Akron Akron Annual Statistical Leaders Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

41 Mid-American Conference Individual Records Goals Game 4... Greg Mathers (HART) vs. Western Michigan, 10/29/11 4.Saeed Sulemana Baba (WMU) vs. Centenary, 9/27/09 4..Ross McKenzie (UA) vs. Western Michigan, 11/12/ Ryan Goldman (WMU) vs. Bowling Green, 10/22/ Chris Soler (UK) vs. Georgetown Col., 10/17/ Reinaldo Brenes (UA) vs. Buffalo, 9/29/ Darren Mattocks (UA) vs. Buffalo, 10/21/ Darren Mattocks (UA) vs. Tulsa, 9/24/ Cameron Hope (BGSU) vs. Dayton, 9/18/ Dan Bulley (UB) vs. Florida Atlantic, 11/13/ Andrae Clarke (UB) vs. Valparaiso, 9/10/ Jamal Shteiwi (UK) vs. Bowling Green, 10/15/ Bernard Hagevik (NIU) vs. Marshall, 10/25/ Byron Carmichael (MAR) vs. Elon, 10/11/ Byron Carmichael (MAR) vs. Liberty, 9/19/ Byron Carmichael (MAR) vs. Akron, 10/1/ Dan Parisi (NIU) vs. Western Michigan, 10/24/ Ian Leggat (MAR) vs. Howard, 10/17/ Marc Theriault (UK) vs. Marshall, 10/1/ Dan Parisi (NIU) vs. Oral Roberts, 9/10/ Steve Butcher (UB) vs. Canisius, 9/16/ Eirik Frederiksen (NIU) vs. NE Illinois, 9/10/ other times Season Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), Darren Mattocks (UA), Steve Zakuani (UA), Darren Mattocks (UA), Byron Carmichael (MAR), Steve Butcher (UB), Steve Klein (BGSU), Teal Bunbury (UA), Jeff Hughes (WMU), Duncan Horner (UA), Byron Carmichael (MAR), Byron Carmichael (MAR), Dan Parisi (NIU), 1999 Career 58...Byron Carmichael (MAR), Darren Mattocks (UA), Steve Klein (BGSU), Dan Creech (MIA), Steve Butcher (UB), Ross McKenzie (UA), Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), Allan Eller (UA), Joe Burch (BGSU), Dan Parisi (NIU), Chris Dore (BGSU), Dave Kindl (BGSU), Tom Oatley (WMU), Shane Lyons (WMU), Dustin Snyder (WMU), Jeff Hughes (WMU), Game-Winning Goals Season 7...Steve Zakuani (UA), Marcus McCarty (NIU), Steve Klein (BGSU), Darren Mattocks (UA), Darren Mattocks (UA), Sinisa Ubiparipovic (UA), Kirk Harwat (UA), Steve Butcher (UB), Bobby Biggs (BGSU), Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), 1997 Assists Game 4...Michael Nanchoff (UA) vs. Bowling Green, 9/26/ Adam Najem (UA) vs. West Virginia, 11/15/ Danny Baraldi (BGSU) vs. IPFW, 11/5/ Scott Caldwell (UA) vs. Saint Louis, 9/10/ Michael Nanchoff (UA) vs. Florida Atlantic, 10/1/ Andrae Clarke (UB) vs. Centenary, 9/17/ Greg Galemore (UB) vs. Centenary, 9/17/ Alex D Orsi (NIU) vs. Bowling Green, 11/5/ Jason Bell (UK) vs. Marshall, 10/1/ Tim Songer (UB) vs. Niagara, 9/15/ Lee Baker (UK) vs. UNC-Asheville, 9/12/ Brien Baltzell (UK) vs. Texas-Pan Am, 9/6/ other times Season Steve Klein (BGSU), Michael Apple (UA), Allen Eller (UA), Darlington Nagbe (UA), Steve Klein (BGSU), Giuliano Teixeira (WMU), Jamal Shteiwi (UK), Jason Began (BGSU), Scott Caldwell (UA), Anthony Ampaipitakwong (UA), Michael Nanchoff (UA), Andrae Clarke (UB), Jason Ryder (NIU), Allen Eller (UA), Jason Began (BGSU), Steve Klein (BGSU), Frank Frostino (BGSU), 1994 Career 45...Steve Klein (BGSU), Jason Began (BGSU), Allen Eller (UA), Michael Apple (UA), Anthony Ampaipitakwong (UA) Ross McKenzie (UA), Dustin Swinehart (MIA), Jamal Shteiwi (UK), Edgar Rivera (WMU), Chris Dore (BGSU), Joe Burch (BGSU), Kai Mendes (WMU), Steve Bibi (WMU), Points Game 8 (4g, 0a)...Greg Mathers (HART) vs. Western Michigan, 10/29/11 8 (4g, 0a)...Saeed Sulemana Baba (WMU) vs. Centenary, 9/27/09 8 (4g, 0a)...Ryan Goldman (WMU) vs. Bowling Green, 10/22/04 8 (3g, 2a)... Orjan Bjaneso (UA) vs. St. Bonaventure,10/20/02 8 (4g, 0a)... Chris Soler (UK) vs. Georgetown (Ky.), 10/17/01 8 (3g, 2a)...Michael Apple (UA) vs. Buffalo, 9/21/97 7 (3g, 1a)...Darren Mattocks (UA) vs. Tulsa, 9/24/11 7 (3g, 1a)... Darlington Nagbe (UA) vs. Michigan, 10/20/09 7 (3g, 1a)...Geir Nyheim (UA) vs. Cleveland State, 9/9/05 7 (3g, 1a)...Steve Butcher (UB) vs. Canisius, 9/16/98 7 (3g, 1a)... Eirik Frederiksen (NIU) vs. Northeastern Ill., 9/10/97 Season 52 (22g, 8a)... Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), (18g, 14a)... Steve Klein (BGSU), (20g, 7a)...Steve Zakuani (UA), (21g, 4a)... Darren Mattocks (UA), (18g, 7a)...Steve Butcher (UB), (16g, 9a)...Ross McKenzie (UA), (17g, 7a)...Sinisa Ubiparipovic (UA), (18g, 5a)...Byron Carmichael (MAR), (18g, 4a)... Darren Mattocks (UA), 2010 Career 128 (58g, 12a)...Byron Carmichael (MAR), (37g, 45a)...Steve Klein (BGSU), (30g, 33a)... Allan Eller (UA), (31g, 30a)... Ross McKenzie (UA), (39g, 9a)... Darren Mattocks (UA), (29g, 22a)...Joe Burch (BGSU), (32g, 15a)...Steve Butcher (UB), (23g, 26a)...Chris Dore (BGSU), (23g, 27a)...Dustin Swinehart (MIA), (34g, 4a)...Dan Creech (MIA), (30g, 11a)... Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), (16g, 39a)... Jason Began (BGSU), Goals & 25 Assists 119 (37g, 45a)...Steve Klein (BGSU), (30g, 33a)... Allan Eller (UA), (31g, 30a)... Ross McKenzie (UA),

42 Mid-American Conference Individual Records Shots Game 11...Thomas Schmitt (UA) vs. Creighton, 11/25/ Mike Unwin (UB) vs. Florida Atlantic, 10/3/ Kai Mendes (WMU) vs. Buffalo, 10/15/ Joe Schuring (IPFW) vs. WMU, 10/7/ Ryan Comiskey (BGSU) vs. IPFW, 11/5/ Anthony Grant (BGSU) vs. Ohio State, 9/13/ Cameron Hepple (BGSU) vs. FAU, 11/7/ Dustin Snyder (WMU) vs. Detroit, 10/8/ Chas Parry (IPFW) vs. Cleveland St., 10/11/ Victor Webb (IPFW) vs. Niagara, 9/10/ Jeff Hughes (WMU) vs. IPFW, 10/7/ Jeff Hughes (WMU) vs. Bowling Green, Toby McComas (UK) vs. Valparaiso, 9/2/95 Season Teal Bunbury (UA), Darren Mattocks (UA), Darren Mattocks (UA), Steve Klein (BGSU), Steve Zakuani (UA), Eric Stevenson (UA), Chris Dore (BGSU), Jeff Hughes (WMU), Eric Stevenson (UA), Steve Butcher (UB), Joe Burch (BGSU), Eirik Frederiksen (NIU), Steve Bibi (WMU), Steve Zakuani (UA), Jason Began (BGSU), Steve Klein (BGSU), Dan Bulley (UB), Ross McKenzie (UA), Chris Dore (BGSU), Jason Began (BGSU), Michael Apple (UA), Rob Friend (WMU), 2000 Saves Game 15...David DeGraff (BGSU) vs. San Diego St., 9/19/ Joshua Howell (IPFW) vs. Buffalo, 10/31/ Mateo Munarriz (HART) vs. Akron, 10/5/ Rasih Pala (NIU) vs. Akron, Paul Vignocchi (NIU) vs. Akron, 10/18/ David Muse (UK) vs. Akron, 10/12/ Michael Knitter (IPFW) vs. NIU, 11/2/05 Season David DeGraff (BGSU), Jim Schoenberg (UB), Michael Wiest (BGSU), Brent Miller (WMU), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Taly Goode (MAR), Michael Knitter (IPFW), Ty Fowler (BGSU), David Muse (UK), Paul Vignocchi (NIU), Michael Knitter (IPFW), Jordan Godsey (NIU), Dan Traver (BGSU), David DeGraff (BGSU), Scott Vallow (BGSU), David DeGraff (BGSU), Paul Shoemaker (BGSU), Jonathan Viscosi (UB), Jonathan Viscosi (UB), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Jeremy Crumpton (FAU), Andy Gruenebaum (UK), 2004 Career David DeGraff (BGSU), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Jordan Godsey (NIU), Rasih Palo (NIU), Paul Shoemaker (BGSU), Taly Goode (MAR), Brian Wozniak (UB), Daniel Bell (UB), Brian O Leary (UK), Shutouts Season 17...David Meves (UA), David Meves (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Justin Christafaris (UA), Jordan Godsey (NIU), Evan Bush (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Chris West (UK), David Meves (UA), Joe Zimka (NIU), David Meves (UA), Andy Gruenebaum (UK), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Scott Vallow (BGSU), 1995 Career 54...David Meves (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Jordan Godsey (NIU) Kyle Milligan (UA), Brian O Leary (UK), Joe Zimka (NIU), Justin Christafaris (UA), David DeGraff (BGSU), Jeremy Vuolo (Hartwick) Bill Wahl (UA), Steve Goletz (NIU), Taly Goode (MAR), Goals Against Average Season Joe Zimka (NIU), David Meves (UA), David Meves (UA), Greg Raber (UK), Evan Bush (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Fernando Pina (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), 1996 Career David Meves (UA) Evan Bush (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Jordan Godsey (NIU) Bobby Shuttleworth (UB), Greg Raber (UK), Justin Christafaris (UA), Joe Zimka (NIU), Jeremy Vuolo (Hartwick), Andy Gruenebaum (UK), Kyle Milligan (UA), Daniel Bell (UB), Nathan Barnhart (MIA), Steve Goletz (NIU), Goalkeeper Minutes Season 2253:00...David Meves (UA), :00...David Meves (UA), :20...Scott Vallow (BGSU), :00... Evan Bush (UA), :00... Evan Bush (UA), :00...David Muse (UK), :00... David Meves (UA), :24... David DeGraff (BBGSU), :00...Justin Christafaris (UA), 2003 Goalkeeper Wins Season 23...David Meves (UA), David Meves (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Evan Bush (UA), Kyle Milligan (UA), David Meves (UA), Jordan Godsey (NIU), Evan Bush (UA), Justin Christafaris (UA), Chris West (UK), 1995 Career 77...David Meves (UA) Evan Bush (UA), Scott Vallow (BGSU), Kyle Milligan (UA), Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

43 Goals Game 12...Akron, 2005 v. Cleveland State 9... Marshall, 2003 v. Alderson-Broaddus 9...Marshall, 2000 v. Transylvania 8...Bowling Green, 2013 v. IPFW 8... Akron, 2008 v. Wright State 8... Bowling Green, 1996 v. Western Michigan 8... Bowling Green, 1996 v. Dayton 8... Akron, 2006 v. Bowling Green 7...Akron, 2010 v. Michigan 7...six times Season 68...Akron, Akron, Bowling Green, Akron, Akron, Bowling Green, 1997 Assists Game 13...Akron, 2005 v. Cleveland State Bowling Green, 1996 v. Western Michigan 11...Bowling Green, 2013 v. IPFW 11...Marshall, 2001 vs. Marietta 10...Akron, 2010 v. Michigan Bowling Green, 1997 v. Western Michigan 9...Buffalo, 2005 v. Centenary 9... Kentucky, 1999 v. Marshall 9... Akron, 2006 v. Bowling Green 8... West Virginia, 2013 v. Northern Illinois 8... Akron, 2008 v. Wright State 8...Kentucky, 2001 v. Georgetown (Ky.) Season Bowling Green, Akron, Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Akron, Akron, Akron, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Akron, Akron, 2009 Points Game 37 (12g, 13a)...Akron, 2005 v. Cleveland State 29 (8g, 13a)... Bowling Green, 1996 v. Western Michigan 27 (8g, 11a)...Bowling Green, 2013 v. IPFW 25 (9g, 7a)... Marshall, 2003 v. Alderson-Broaddus 25 (8g, 9a)... Akron, 2006 v. Bowling Green 24 (7g, 10a)...Akron, 2010 v. Michigan 24 (8g, 8a)... Akron, 2008 v. Wright State 23 (7g, 7a)...Buffalo, 2005 vs. Centenary 22 (7g, 8a)...Kentucky, 2001 v. Georgetown (Ky.) Season 220 (63g, 94a)... Bowling Green, (56g, 86a)...Akron, (68g, 59a)...Akron, (56g, 79a)... Bowling Green, (64g, 61a)...Akron, (47g, 72a)... Bowling Green, (58g, 48a)...Akron, (44g, 58a)... Bowling Green, (49g, 46a)... Kentucky, (48 g, 46 a)...akron, (45g, 52a)...Buffalo, (46g, 47a)...Akron, (47g, 44a)...Akron, (42g, 45a)...Northern Ilinois, (39g, 47a)... Kentucky, 2001 Mid-American Conference Team Records Shots Game Bowling Green, 1996 vs. Western Michigan 38...Bowling Green, 2013 v. IPFW 35...Bowling Green, 2013 v. Ohio State 35...Northern Illinois, 2008 v. Florida Atlantic Akron, 2001 v. Northern Illinois Akron, 1997 v. Robert Morris Akron, 2012 vs. Bowling Green Marshall, 2003 v. Shepherd Akron, 1994 vs. Canisius Bowling Green, 1994 vs. Miami Akron, 2013 v. Penn State Western Michigan, 2003 v. Bowling Green Buffalo, 2006 v. IPFW 32...Bowling Green, 1995 vs. Eastern Michigan Akron, 2012 vs. Creighton 31...Bowling Green, 2003 vs. IPFW Bowling Green, 1994 vs. Western Michigan Western Michigan, 2010 v. Concordia 30...Buffalo, 2005 v. Niagara Western Michigan, 2005 v. Michigan Northern Illinois, 1999 v. Buffalo Northern Illinois, 1999 v. Northwestern 30...Akron, 1998 vs. Northern Illinois Akron, 1997 vs. Western Michigan 30...Bowling Green, 1994 vs. Eastern Michigan Season Bowling Green, Akron, Bowling Green, Akron, Bowling Green, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Northern Illinois, Akron, 2005 Most Shots on Goal Game 20...Bowling Green, 2013 v. IPFW Bowling Green, 1996 vs. Western Michigan 17...Western Michigan, 2003 v. IPFW 17...Bowling Green, 1996 vs. George Washington Northern Illinois, 1998 v. Bradley 15...Bowling Green, 2003 v. IPFW Bowling Green, 1997 vs. Miami 14...Bowling Green, 2012 vs. Buffalo 14...Akron, 2011 vs. Cal St. Northridge Marshall, 2003 v. Alderson-Broaddus 14...Bowling Green, 1999 vs. Eastern Michigan 14...Bowling Green, 1995 vs. Eastern Michigan Bowling Green, 1994 vs. Western Michigan Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed Game 0... Western Michigan vs. Hartwick, 11/15/ Akron, 2012 vs. Northern Illinois 0... Akron, 2012 vs. Western Michigan 0... Akron, 2012 vs. Florida Atlantic 0...Akron, 2012 vs. Buffalo 0...Akron, 2012 vs. FGCU 0...Northern Illinois 2012, vs. Hartwick 0... West Virginia, 2012 vs. FAU 0...Western Michigan, 2012 vs. DePaul 0... Akron, 2011 vs. Hartwick 0... Bowling Green, 2011 vs. FAU 0...Northern Illinois, 2010 vs. Gonzaga 0...Northern Illinois, 2009 vs. Wisconsin 0...Bowling Green, 2008 vs. IPFW 0... Akron, 2007 v. Penn State 0... Akron 2007 v. Bowling Green 0... Akron 2007 v. Western Michigan 0... Kentucky, 1995 v. Marshall;. Corner Kicks Game 22...Northern Illinois, 2003 v. IUPUI 18...Northern Illinois vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/14/ Akron, 1997 v. Marshall Akron vs. Hartwick, 10/5/ Northern Illinois vs. UW-Milwaukee, 10/14/ Marshall vs. Northern Illinois, 9/24/ Kentucky, 1997 v. Marshall Akron vs. Rutgers, 9/8/ Western Michigan, 2011 vs. FAU 15...Kentucky, 1999 v. Buffalo Season Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Northern Illinois, Akron, 2010 Fouls Game Kentucky, 1999 v. Indiana Akron, 1994 v. Bowling Green Northern Illinois, 2001 v. Akron Season Akron, Kentucky, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Kentucky, Northern Illinois, 2002 Saves Game 37...Western Michigan, 1997 v. Evansville 15...IPFW, 2006 v. Buffalo 15...Bowling Green, 2003 v. San Diego State Northern Illinois, 2001 v. Akron 13...Hartwick at Akron, 10/5/ Kentucky, 2000 v. Saint Louis Season Central Michigan, Bowling Green, IPFW, IPFW, Bowling Green,

44 Mid-American Conference Team Records Best Winning Percentage Akron, 2009 (23-1-1) Akron, 2010 (22-1-2) Akron, 2012 (18-1-3) Akron, 2012 (18-1-3) Akron, 2005 (18-1-4) Akron, 1998 (17-3-1) Akron, 2008 (17-2-4) Bowling Green, 1995 (16-3-2) Akron, 1993 (14-3-1) Bowling Green, 1996 (18-4-1) Akron, 2013 (17-4-1) Buffalo, 2005 (14-3-2) Akron, 2011 (15-3-4) Akron, 2007 (15-4-2) Bowling Green, 1997 (18-6-0) Kentucky, 1995 (16-5-1) Worst Winning Percentage Bowling Green, 2004 (0-19-0) IPFW, 2006 (2-15-1) Hartwick, 2010 (2-14-1) IPFW, 2005 (3-17-0) Florida Atlantic, (2-13-1) Buffalo, 2003 (1-12-3) Western Michigan, 1999 (2-15-3) Central Michigan, 1993 (2-11-1) Western Michigan, 2008 (3-15-1) Most Victories 23...Akron, 2009 (23-1-1) 22...Akron, 2010 (22-1-2) 18...Akron, 2012 (18-1-3) 18...Akron, 2005 (18-1-4) 18...Bowling Green, 1996 (18-4-1) 18...Bowling Green, 1997 (18-6-0) 17...Akron, 2013 (17-4-1) 17...Akron, 2008 (17-2-4) 17...Akron, 1998 (17-3-1) 16...Bowling Green, 1995 (16-3-2) 16...Kentucky, 1995 (16-5-1) Most Losses 19...Bowling Green, 2004 (0-19-0) IPFW, 2005 (3-17-0) Western Michigan, 2008 (3-15-1) Western Michigan, 1999 (4-15-2) Western Michigan, 1998 (2-15-3) IPFW, 2006 (2-15-1) Most Ties 7... Hartwick, 2007 (5-6-7) 7... Hartwick, 2008 (7-5-7) 6...Bowling Green, 2013 (6-7-6) 5... West Virginia, 2013 (7-7-5) 5...Hartwick, 2011 (5-6-5) 5...Bowling Green, 2003 (8-9-5) Most Consecutive Victories 23...Akron, Akron, Bowling Green, Akron, Akron, Bowling Green, Akron, Marshall, Akron, Buffalo, 2005 Fewest Victories 0...Bowling Green, 2004 (0-19-0) 1... Buffalo, 2003 (1-12-3) 2...Florida Atlantic, 2012 (2-13-1) 2... Hartwick, 2010 (2-14-1) 2... IPFW, 2006 (2-15-1) 2... Western Michigan, 1999 (2-15-3) 2... Eastern Michigan, 1997 (2-12-3) 2...Miami, 1996 (2-12-3) 2... Central Michigan, 1993 (2-11-1) 3... Buffalo, 2013 (3-11-4) 3...Bowling Green, 2009 (3-12-3) 3... Western Michigan, 2008 (3-15-1) 3... IPFW, 2005 (3-17-0) 3... Northern Illinois, 2003 (3-13-2) 3... Western Michigan, 2002 (3-14-2) Fewest Losses 1...Akron, 2012 (18-1-3) 1...Akron, 2010 (22-1-2) 1...Akron, 2009 (23-1-1) 1...Akron, 2005 (18-1-4) 2...Akron, 2008 (17-2-4) 3... Akron, 2011 (15-3-4) 3... Buffalo, 2005 (14-3-2) 3...Akron, 1998 (17-3-1) 3...Bowling Green, 1995 (16-3-2) 3...Akron, 1993 (14-3-1) Shutouts 19...Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Northern Illinois, Akron, Northern Illinois, 2011 Fewest Goals Allowed 7...Akron, Akron, Akron, Northern Illinois, Akron, Buffalo, Buffalo, Akron Akron, Akron, 1995 Goals Against Average Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Akron, Buffalo, Buffalo, Northern Illinois, 2006 Fewest Shots Allowed 0... Kentucky, 1995 v. Marshall 1... Western Michigan, 2010 v. Concordia 1...Akron, 2009 v. South Florida 1... Western Michigan, 2001 v. Hillsdale 2...West Virginia vs. Hartwick, 10/11/ Akron, 2012 vs. Bowling Green 2... Akron, 2012 vs. Western Michigan 2...Akron, 2012 vs. Buffalo 2... West Virginia, 2012 vs. FAU 2...Western Michigan, 2012 vs. DePaul 2...Akron, 2011 v. Hartwick 2...Florida Atlantic, 2011 vs. Howard other times Most Goals Allowed Akron, 1994 vs. Indiana 8...Bowling Green, 2006 vs. Akron Largest Margin of Victory 8...Bowling Green 8, IPFW 0, 11/5/ Bowling Green 8, Western Michigan 0, 1996 Largest Margin of Defeat 10...Akron 0, Indiana 10, Western Michigan 0, Bowling Green 8, 1996 Fastest Goal Scored To Start Game 1:12...Sean Mondelli (UK), vs. Western Michigan, 10/13/1995 1:30..Lee Baker (UK), vs. Western Michigan, 10/31/1999 Fastest Goal Scored To Start Second Half 45:13... Brendon Parrish (NIU) vs. New Mexico, 8/30/02 45:17... Matt Wilkerson (UK), vs. Bowling Green, 10/10/ :21...Michael Strong (UK), vs. UAB, 10/30/ Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

45 Mid-American Conference Championship Results Akron, Ohio First Round Bowling Green 5, Eastern Michigan1 Western Michigan 2, Central Michigan 0 Semifinals Miami 6, Western Michigan 2 Bowling Green 1, Akron 0 Championship Miami 3, Bowling Green 1 (OT) Kalamazoo, Mich. First Round Kentucky 4, Eastern Michigan 1 Miami 3, Western Michigan 1 Semifinals Akron 2, Miami 0 (OT) Bowling Green 1, Kentucky 0 (OT) Championship Bowling Green 2, Akron Bowling Green, Ohio First Round Kentucky 1, Western Michigan 0 Eastern Michigan 4, Miami 0 Semifinals Kentucky 2, Akron 1 Bowling Green 1, Eastern Michigan 0 Championship Bowling Green 4, Kentucky Oxford, Ohio Quarterfinals Akron 4, Eastern Michigan 0 Kentucky 2, Western Michigan 1 Bowling Green 4, Northern Illinois 1 Miami 2, Marshall 0 Semifinals Akron 2, Miami 0 Bowling Green 1, Kentucky 0 Championship Bowling Green 1, Akron Quarterfinals - Lexington, Ky. Akron 5, Western Michigan 0 Kentucky 1, Eastern Michigan 0 Bowling Green 2, Marshall 0 Buffalo 1, Northern Illinois 0 (OT) Semifinals - Lexington, Ky. Akron 3, Buffalo 2 (3OT) Bowling Green 2, Kentucky 0 (2OT) Championship - Akron, Ohio Akron 4, Bowling Green Quarterfinals - DeKalb, Ill. Western Michigan 2, Akron 1 Kentucky 1, Eastern Michigan 0 Northern Illinois 4, Bowling Green 2 Marshall 2, Buffalo 1 Semifinals - DeKalb, Ill. Kentucky 3, Western Michigan 0 Northern Illinois 2, Marshall 1 Championship - Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 2, Northern Illinois First Round - Buffalo, N.Y. Marshall 2, Western Michigan 1 (2OT) Buffalo 2, Akron 1 Kentucky 1, Northern Illinois 0 Semifinals - Buffalo, N.Y. Bowling Green 1, Buffalo 0 Kentucky 1, Marshall 0 Championship - Bowling Green, Ohio Kentucky 1, Bowling Green First Round - Akron, Ohio Akron 2, Northern Illinois 1 (4OT) Marshall 3, Western Michigan 1 Bowling Green 1, Buffalo 0 (3OT) Semifinals - Akron, Ohio Kentucky 1, Bowling Green 0 Akron 2, Marshall 1 Championship - Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 2, Akron 0 (2OT) 2002 First Round - Akron, Ohio (287) Marshall 1, Northern Illinois 1 (MAR 7-6 on PK) Akron 3, Western Michigan 0 Kentucky 4, Buffalo 1 Semifinals - Bowling Green, Ohio (205) Bowling Green 2, Kentucky 1 Akron 2, Marshall 2 (UA 4-3 on PK) Championship - Bowling Green, Ohio (235) Akron 4, Bowling Green First Round - Bowling Green (213) Western Michigan 1, Marshall 0 Akron 2, Buffalo 0 Bowling Green 2, Northern Illinois 1 Semifinals - Bowling Green, Ohio (250) Western Michigan 0, Akron 0 (WMU on PK) Bowling Green 1, Kentucky 0 Championship - Kalamazoo, Mich. (512) Western Michigan 5, Bowling Green First Round - Kalamazoo, Mich. (246) Buffalo 2, Northern Illinois 1 Akron 1, Bowling Green 0 Western Michigan 2 Marshall 2 (WMU 5-3 PK) Semifinals - Kalamazoo, Mich. (372) Akron 4, Buffalo 1 Western Michigan 1, Kentucky 0 Championship - Akron, Ohio (374) Akron 6, Western Michigan Play-In Round at Western Michigan 2, Bowling Green 0 at Buffalo 4, IPFW 0 Semifinals - Akron, Ohio (898) Akron 5, Western Michigan 0 Buffalo 2, Northern Illinois 0 Championship - Akron, Ohio (636) Akron 0, Buffalo 0 (UA 7-6 PK) 2006 Play-In Round Bowling Green 2, at Western Michigan 1 at Buffalo 3, IPFW 0 Semifinals - DeKalb, Ill. (445) Akron 8, Bowling Green 2 Northern Illinois 3, Buffalo 0 Championship - DeKalb, Ill. (445) Northern Illinois 1, Akron Play-In Round Northern Illinois 3, at Bowling Green 0 at Hartwick 1, Western Michigan 1 (HART 4-2 PK) Semifinals - Akron, Ohio (520) Buffalo 1, Hartwick 0 Akron 2, Northern Illinois 1 (2OT) Championship - Akron, Ohio (593) Akron 1, Buffalo 0 (2OT) 2008 Play-In Round at Buffalo 6, Florida Atlantic 0 at Northern Illinois 2, Bowling Green 0 at Hartwick 4, Western Michigan 0 Semifinals - Akron, Ohio (1,020) Northern Illinois 1, Buffalo 0 Akron 1, Hartwick 1 (UA 3-0 PK) Championship - Akron, Ohio (667) Akron 1, Northern Illinois 0 (2OT) Akron, Ohio Semifinals (1,694) Hartwick 3, Western Michigan 2 Akron 1, Northern Illinois 0 (2OT) Championship (2,439) Akron 2, Hartwick Akron, Ohio Semifinals (2,407) Akron 3, Buffalo 1 Western Michigan 1, Bowling Green 0 Championship (1,867) Akron 4, Western Michigan Akron, Ohio Semifinals (1,559) Western Michigan 0, Akron 0 (WMU 4-3 PK) Northern Illinois 1, Buffalo 0 Championship (167) Northern Illinois 1, Western Michigan Akron, Ohio Semifinals (2,386) Northern Illinois 1, West Virginia 0 Akron 2, Bowling Green 0 Championship (2,460) Akron 2, Northern Illinois Akron, Ohio Semifinals (1,677) #2 Western Michigan 1, #3 Hartwick 0 #1 Akron 3, #4 West Virginia 0 Championship (1,184) #1 Akron 4, #2 Western Michigan

46 Mid-American Conference All-Tournament Teams 1994 Jason Began, Bowling Green Joe Burch, Bowling Green Steve Klein, Bowling Green Andy Beall, Western Michigan Dan Edwards, Western Michigan 1995 No All-Tournament Team 1996 Jason Began, Bowling Green Tony Dore, Bowling Green Steve Klein, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Jay Armstrong, Kentucky Bryan DePriest, Kentucky Dave Muse, Kentucky 1997 Jason Began, Bowling Green Chris Dore, Bowling Green Dan Kindl, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Lee Baker, Kentucky Rick Dengelegi, Kentucky 1998 Chris Dore, Bowling Green Darren Niles, Bowling Green Scott Vallow, Bowling Green Rob Frey, Kentucky Scott Serson, Kentucky 1999 Jason Bell, Kentucky Giovanni Fernandes, Kentucky Chris McAlpine, Kentucky Brian O Leary, Kentucky Peter Agrimson, Northern Illinois Alex D Orsi, Northern Illinois Kristoffer Nystedt, Northern Illinois 2000 P.J. Behan, Bowling Green Gene Braxton, Bowling Green Fred Degand, Bowling Green Joe Peplinski, Buffalo Mike Peplinski, Buffalo Greg Bironas, Kentucky Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky Brian O Leary, Kentucky J.D. Stephenson, Kentucky Wayne Bennett, Marshall Taly Goode, Marshall 2001 Tony Malik, Bowling Green Ilkka Jantti, Kentucky Marc Theriault, Kentucky Chris McAlpine, Kentucky Chris McDaniel, Kentucky 2002 David DeGraff, Bowling Green Eric Duda, Bowling Green Matt Leardini, Bowling Green Chris Austin, Kentucky Dani Kamras, Kentucky 2003 Nathan Li, Kentucky Brandon Stewart, Kentucky Brent Miller, Western Michigan Giuliano Texeira, Western Michigan Travis Waters, Western Michigan Pat Wilson, Western Michigan 2004 Andrew Butler, Buffalo Lee Catchpole, Buffalo Nathan Li, Kentucky Brandon Stewart, Kentucky Chris Okroy, Western Michigan Jason Okroy, Western Michigan Giuliano Texeira, Western Michigan 2005 Evan Bush, Akron Ossie Michalsen, Akron Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron Daniel Bell, Buffalo Greg Galemore, Buffalo Matt Stuczynski, Buffalo Ryan Hodges, Western Michigan Edgar Rivera, Western Michigan 2006 Ashley Kozicki, Akron Jonathan McClain, Akron Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Akron Hunter Van Houten, Bowling Green Kyle McNayr, Bowling Green Steve Algozino, Northern Illinois Marcus McCarty, Northern Illinois Chris Rufa, Northern Illinois Joe Zimka, Northern Illinois 2007 Devin McKenney, Akron Corey Sipos, Akron Steve Zakuani, Akron Ben Zemanski, Akron Robert Shuttleworth, Buffalo Dan Gwyther, Buffalo Dan Stevens, Buffalo Chris Sardon, Hartwick Liam Parrington, Hartwick Chris Ruffa, Northern Illinois Steve Algozino, Northern Illinois 2008 Evan Bush, Akron Darlington Nagbe, Akron Matt Tutich, Akron Chris Korb, Akron Joe Zimka, Northern Illinois Steve Kolzow, Northern Illinois Drew Jeskey, Northern Illinois Dan Gwyther, Buffalo Dan Bulley, Buffalo Liam Parrington, Hartwick John Paul Boyle, Hartwick 2009 Chad Barson, Akron Darlington Nagbe, Akron Michael Nanchoff, Akron Teal Bunbury, Akron Jumol Harewood, Hartwick Steven Amaya, Hartwick Michael Cunningham, Hartwick Josh Karsten Northern Illinois Danny Lopez, Northern Illinois Kai Mendes, Western Michigan Saeed Sulemana Baba, Western Michigan 2010 Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Darren Mattocks, Akron Michael Nanchoff, Akron Sam Galloway, Bowling Green Miguel Rosales, Bowling Green Sam Craven, Buffalo Casey Derkacz, Buffalo Yllson Asani, Western Michigan Darren Jones, Western Michigan Pat Schiffer, Western Michigan 2011 Chad Barson, Akron Wil Trapp, Akron Lukas Felder, Buffalo Richard Craven, Buffalo Gael Rivera, Northern Illinois Francis Otira, Northern Illinois Sean Totsch, Northern Illinois Jordan Godsey, Northern Illinois Doug Raak, Western Michigan Pat Schiffer, Western Michigan Darren Jones, Western Michigan 2012 Chad Barson, Akron Scott Caldwell, Akron Aodhan Quinn, Akron Wil Trapp, Akron Zach Schewee, Bowling Green Michael Wiest, Bowling Green Jordan Godsey, Northern Illinois Jayson LeSeth, Northern Illinois Mike Mascitti, Northern Illinois Peabo Doue, West Virginia Craig Stephens, West Virginia 2013 Adam Najem, Akron Zac Portillos, Akron Aidhan Quinn, Akron Eric Stevenson, Akron Jamie O Grady, Hartwick Matthew Robertson, Hartwick Andy Bevin, West Virginia Craig Stephens, West Virginia Connor Furgason, Western Michigan Oliver Mayer, Western Michigan Chase Rau, Western Michigan Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

47 The MAC in the NCAA Championship NCAA Championship Appearances (Since 1993) Team NCAA Apps. Record Last App. Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Northern Illinois West Virginia * Western Michigan Central Eastern Michigan # Florida Atlantic $ Hartwick ` IPFW % Kentucky ^ Marshall ~ Miami & * Joined MAC in 2012 % Affiliate member from Program ended in 1994 ^ Affiliate member from # Program ended in 1999 ~ MAC member from $ Affiliate member from & Program ended in 1998 ` Affiliate member from Col. of Charleston def. Miami 1-0+ Play-In (Oxford) 1995 Bowling Green def. Davidson 3-1+ Play-In (Bowling Green) Wisconsin def. Bowling Green 2-0 First Round (Madison) 1996 Bowling Green def. Detroit 4-0 First Round (Bowling Green) Indiana def. Bowling Green 2-0 Second Round (Bloomington) 1997 Bowling Green def. Colgate 2-0+ Play-In (Bowling Green) Bowling Green def. Marquette 1-0 First Round (Milwaukee) Indiana def. Bowling Green 4-0 Second Round (Bloomington) 2007 South Florida def. Akron 1-0 Second Round (Akron) 2008 Akron def. Ohio St. 1-0 (2OT) Second Round (Akron) Northwestern def. Akron 1-0 Third Round (Evanston) 2009 Akron def. South Florida 2-0 Second Round (Akron) Akron def. Stanford 2-0 Third Round (Akron) Akron def. Tulsa 1-0 Quarterfinal (Akron) Akron def. North Carolina 0-0 (2OT/PK) Semifinals (Cary, N.C.) Virginia def. Akron 0-0 (2OT/PK) Championship (Cary, N.C.) 2010 Akron def. West Virginia 3-2 Second Round (Akron) Akron def. Indiana 2-1 Third Round (Akron) Akron def. California 3-3 (2OT/PK) Quarterfinals (Akron) Akron def. Michigan 2-1 Semifinals (Santa Barbara) Akron def. Louisville 1-0 Championship (Santa Barbara) 2011 Akron def. Northwestern 3-1 First Round (Akron) Northern Illinois def. Western Ill. 3-0 First Round (DeKalb) Akron def. SMU 3-2 Second Round (Dallas) Creighton def. Northern Illinois 3-0 Second Round (Omaha) Charlotte def. Akron 1-0 Third Round (Charlotte) 2012 Akron def. Michigan 2-1 Second Round (Akron) Creighton def. Akron 1-1 (2OT/PK) Third Round (Akron) 2013 Akron def. Indiana 3-2 First Round (Akron) Marquette def. Akron 1-0 (OT) Second Round (Milwaukee) + Play-In rounds not recognized by NCAA record books and are not reflective in the MAC s NCAA Championship records Indiana def. Akron 3-2 (2OT) First Round (Bloomington) 1999 Indiana def. Kentucky 1-0 (OT) First Round (Bloomington) 2000 Kentucky def. Saint Louis 0-0 (4OT/PK) First Round (St. Louis) SMU def. Kentucky 3-1 Second Round (Dallas) 2001 South Florida def. Akron 2-1 First Round (State College) Kentucky def. Mercer 1-0 First Round (Clemson) Clemson def. Kentucky 1-0 (3OT) Second Round (Clemson) 2002 Notre Dame def. Akron 3-1 First Round (South Bend) 2003 Kentucky def. Cincinnati 0-0 (2OT/PK) First Round (Lexington) Milwaukee def. Western Michigan 4-1 First Round (Milwaukee) Indiana def. Kentucky 2-1 (2OT) Second Round (Bloomington) Akron def. Rutgers 3-2 Second Round (Akron) Maryland def. Akron 1-0 Third Round (College Park) 2004 Michigan def. Akron 2-1 First Round (Ann Arbor) 2005 Akron def. West Virginia 5-0 Second Round (Akron) Akron def. Connecticut 3-3 (2OT/PK) Third Round (Storrs, Conn.) Maryland def. Akron 1-1 (2OT/PK) Quarterfinals (College Park) 2006 Northern Illinois def. Loyola (IL) 1-0 (OT) First Round (DeKalb) Indiana def. Northern Illinois 1-0 Second Round (Bloomington)

48 2004 Championship Brackets Friday, November 5 Sunday, November 7 Friday, November 12 No. 1 Kentucky No. 4 Western Michigan MAC Semifinal No. 2 No. 4 Western Michigan Play-In Game No. 3 No. 4 Western Michigan No. 5 Marshall No. 2 Akron Play-In Game No. 1 No. 2 Akron MAC Championship No. 1 Akron 2004 MAC Men s Soccer Champion No. 7 Bowling Green MAC Semifinal No. 1 No. 2 Akron No. 3 Northern Illinois Play-In Game No. 2 No. 6 Buffalo No. 6 Buffalo 44 Men s DIvIsIon I ChaMpIonshIp BraCkets *Wake Forest (13-5-1) *Florida Int'l (11-6) *Wake Forest 5-0 UCF 1-0 UCF (10-6-2) *North Carolina (10-8-2) VCU 2-2 (2 ot, pk) George Washington 1-0 George Washington (9-8-4) VCU 2-0 *VCU (11-5-2) *UC Santa Barb. (17-2-1) UC Santa Barb. 4-1 *San Francisco (14-4-1) UC Santa Barb. 2-1 (2 ot) Wis.-Milwaukee 3-2 Wis.-Milwaukee (13-4-3) *South Carolina (12-6-1) *UC Santa Barb. 1-0 (ot) Col. of Charleston 3-2 Col. of Charleston (16-5-1) *UNC Greensboro 2-1 *UNC Greensboro (18-2-1) Home Depot Center *Notre Dame (13-2-3) Carson, Calif. UC Santa Barb. 5-0 December 10 *Ohio St. (10-6-2) Ohio St. 2-1 Ohio St. 1-0 Memphis (16-3-1) *Duke (14-5) Duke 3-0 Duke 3-0 Coastal Caro. (14-7-1) *Duke 2-1 (ot) *Old Dominion (13-5-2) *New Mexico (16-1-1) Duke 3-0 *Washington (11-6-2) New Mexico 4-1 Portland 5-3 Portland (11-7-2) *American (14-5-2) *Virginia 1-1 (2 ot, pk) American 3-0 Long Island (9-6-4) *Virginia 2-1 *Virginia (17-4) *Maryland (15-5-1) *Seton Hall (12-6-3) *Maryland 4-0 Hofstra 2-1 Hofstra (11-9-1) *Northwestern (14-5-2) *Maryland 0-0 (2 ot, pk) Northwestern 4-1 Western Ill. (11-5-1) Creighton 3-2 *Creighton (13-4-1) *St. John's (N.Y.) (10-5-4) Maryland 1-0 *Boston U. (10-7-2) St. John's (N.Y.) 3-1 Boston U. 2-2 (2 ot, pk) Dartmouth (7-3-6) *Loyola Marymount (10-7-3) St. John's (N.Y.) 2-1 Loyola Marymount 1-0 Cal St. Northridge (11-5-2) *UCLA 3-0 *UCLA (13-3-2) Home Depot Center *SMU (15-3-1) Carson, Calif. *California (12-3-3) *SMU 1-0 December 10 California 2-1 (ot) Santa Clara (15-5) *Tulsa (10-6-3) Tulsa 2-1 (2 ot) Tulsa 3-1 Michigan St. (12-6-1) Tulsa 1-1 (2 ot, pk) *Penn St. (10-4-7) *Boston College (12-4-2) Indiana 4-0 *Connecticut (11-7-3) Boston College 1-0 Connecticut 2-1 (ot) Marist (11-7) *Michigan (10-7-4) *Indiana 1-0 Michigan 2-1 Akron (13-4-3) *Indiana 1-0 *Indiana (14-4-1) * Host institution Division I Men s Championship Bracket First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Home Depot Center Carson, Calif. December 12 Indiana 3-2 (2 ot) Seeds: 1. Wake Forest 2. Indiana 3. Maryland 4. Virginia 5. Notre Dame 6. UCLA 7. SMU 8. UNC Greensboro 9. UC Santa Barb. 10. Penn St. 11. St. John's (N.Y.) 12. Old Dominion 13. New Mexico 14. Creighton 15. Boston College 16. VCU Indiana 1-1 (2 ot, pk) NATIONAL CHAMPION Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

49 2005 Championship Brackets Tuesday, November 8 Friday, November 11 Sunday, November 13 No. 1 Akron No. 4 Western Michigan MAC Semifinal No. 2 No. 1 Akron Play-In Game No. 2 No. 4 Western Michigan No. 5 Bowling Green No. 3 Buffalo Play-In Game No. 1 No. 3 Buffalo MAC Championship No. 1 Akron 2005 MAC Men s Soccer Champion No. 6 IPFW MAC Semifinal No. 1 No. 3 Buffalo Men s DIvIsIon I ChaMpIonshIp BraCkets 45 *Maryland (15-4-1) *Brown (10-4-2) *Maryland 1-0 Brown 2-1 Rhode Island (13-7-2) *St. John's (N.Y.) *Maryland 3-1 *St. John's (N.Y.) 3-1 Marist (10-8-1) St. John's (N.Y.) 1-0 Dartmouth (10-2-5) *Akron (17-1-2) *West Virginia (12-7-2) Akron 5-0 West Virginia 1-0 Robert Morris (11-7-1) *Yale (10-3-4) Akron 3-3 (2 ot, pk) Stony Brook 2-1 (ot) Stony Brook (12-4-4) *Connecticut 2-0 *Connecticut (15-3-1) Maryland 1-1 (2 ot, pk) SAS Soccer Stadium *UCLA (12-4-3) Cary, N.C. Maryland 4-1 December 9 *SMU (10-5-3) *SMU 3-0 SMU 2-1 San Francisco (11-5-4) *UNC Greensboro (15-5) SMU 3-1 UNC Greensboro 3-2 James Madison (12-6-2) UNC Greensboro 0-0 (2 ot, pk) *Virginia Tech (10-5-4) *Virginia (12-4-2) SMU 3-2 (ot) *South Fla. (12-6-1) Virginia 4-4 (2 ot, pk) South Fla. 3-0 Stetson (9-10-1) *Hofstra (14-4-3) *North Carolina 2-1 Providence 1-0 (ot) Providence (6-3-9) *North Carolina 2-0 *North Carolina (15-3-3) *Indiana (13-2-6) *Notre Dame (10-7-3) Notre Dame 2-0 Notre Dame 2-0 Western Ill. (6-9-4) *Clemson (11-5-3) *Clemson 1-0 Clemson 2-0 Coastal Caro. (11-8-1) *Clemson 3-0 *North Carolina St. (11-6-1) *Penn St. (12-6-2) Clemson 1-0 *Seton Hall (12-3-3) *Penn St. 1-0 Seton Hall 2-1 Hartwick (13-5-1) *Creighton (12-4-3) Creighton 3-1 Creighton 3-0 Lafayette (13-4-2) Creighton 2-1 *Duke (12-4-3) *Santa Clara (12-6-2) Ohio St. (11-7-2) *Wake Forest (11-7-2) SAS Soccer Stadium Cary, N.C. December 11 SAS Soccer Stadium *California (13-3-2) Cary, N.C. New Mexico 2-1 *California 0-0 (2 ot, pk) December 9 Santa Clara 1-0 California 3-2 (2 ot) Wake Forest 2-0 South Carolina (12-6-2) Wake Forest 2-1 *Old Dominion (15-3-2) *Cal St. Northridge (14-3-3) New Mexico 1-0 *UC Santa Barb. (12-4-3) Cal St. Northridge 3-2 UC Santa Barb. 2-0 San Diego St. (9-3-6) *Bradley (15-5-1) Wis.-Milwaukee (13-4-4) * Host institution Division I Men s Championship Bracket First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Wis.-Milwaukee 2-0 *New Mexico (15-1-2) No. 2 Northern Illinois *New Mexico 2-2 (2 ot, pk) *New Mexico 1-0 (ot) Seeds: 1. Maryland 2. New Mexico 3. Indiana 4. North Carolina 5. UCLA 6. Duke 7. California 8. Connecticut 9. Akron 10. Old Dominion 11. Penn St. 12. Virginia Tech 13. Virginia 14. North Carolina St. 15. Cal St. Northridge 16. Dartmouth Maryland 1-0 NATIONAL CHAMPION Final

50 2006 Championship Brackets Tuesday, October 31 Friday, November 3 Sunday, November 5 No. 1 Northern Illinois No. 4 Buffalo MAC Semifinal No. 2 No. 1 Northern Illinois Play-In Game No. 2 No. 3 Buffalo No. 5 IPFW No. 3 Western Michigan Play-In Game No. 1 No. 6 Bowling Green MAC Championship No. 1 Northern Illinois 2006 MAC Men s Soccer Champion No. 6 Bowling Green MAC Semifinal No. 1 No. 2 Akron No. 2 Akron NCAA Division I Men's SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Second Round Final Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Third Round November 18 or 19 November 24, 25 or December 1 December 1 November 24, 25 or November 18 or 19 November 10 or 11 November 15 December Second Round First Round November 15 November 10 or 11 Duke* (16-3-1) 1 3 SMU* (17-1-4) Duke* 2-0 UC Santa Barb. 3-1 Brown* (10-4-3) UC Santa Barb.* (12-7-0) Brown 4-1 UC Santa Barb. 2-1 Adelphi (11-6-1) San Diego St. (9-5-4) Duke* 3-0 UC Santa Barb.* 2-1 Rhode Island (12-5-4) Winthrop (15-3-3) Rhode Island 1-1 (PK 4-2) Old Dominion 0-0 (PK 4-3) Rutgers* (10-6-2) Old Dominion* (13-5-1) Lehigh 1-1 (PK 5-4) Old Dominion* 1-0 Lehigh* (15-1-2) North Carolina* (11-5-3) UCLA 3-2 (OT) UC Santa Barb. 3-2 Clemson* (12-4-2) 9 11 St. Louis* (13-4-2) Clemson 3-1 UCLA 4-0 Northwestern* 1-0 UAB* (10-6-3) Cincinnati (11-5-2) Gardner-Webb 1-1 (PK 3-1) Northwestern 3-0 Gardner-Webb (9-7-3) Northwestern* (11-7-0) UCLA 3-0 Northwestern 2-1 Binghamton (9-6-5) Virginia Tech (11-7-1) Harvard 2-1 UNC Greensboro 2-1 Harvard* (13-4-0) UNC Greensboro* (14-7-1) UCLA* 3-0 UNC Greensboro 2-1 (2OT) UCLA* (10-5-4) 8 6 West Virginia* (15-2-3) UC Santa Barb. 2-1 Robert R. Hermann Stadium Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis, Missouri Maryland* (15-4-1) 5 NATIONAL 7 Indiana* (14-4-2) CHAMPION Maryland* 2-0 Indiana* 1-0 Monmouth (14-3-3) Loyola (Ill.) (11-7-2) St. Johns (N.Y.) 1-0 Robert R. Hermann Stadium Northern Ill. 1-0 (OT) St. Louis, Missouri St. Johns (N.Y.)* (13-5-2) Northern Ill.* (14-5-1) 2 p.m. Notre Dame 1-0 (2OT) Santa Clara 0-0 (PK 5-4) Live on ESPN2 Ill.-Chicago* (12-2-5) Creighton (13-4-3) Ill.-Chicago 3-0 Washington 3-0 Western Ill. (15-7-0) Washington* (12-6-1) Notre Dame 1-0 UC Santa Barb (2OT, PK) Santa Clara 3-2 (OT) Notre Dame* (13-5-2) Santa Clara* (12-4-4) Virginia 3-2 Wake Forest 3-1 California* (12-5-1) Towson* (14-1-3) California 3-1 Towson 2-0 New Mexico (13-3-3) Fairfield (14-5-1) New Mexico 1-0 Fairfield 2-1 San Francisco* (12-6-1) Connecticut* (10-6-2) Virginia* 2-1 Wake Forest* 2-1 Bucknell (8-7-6) Providence (13-6-0) Bucknell 1-0 (OT) Hofstra 2-0 George Mason* (12-5-3) Hofstra* (11-5-3) Virginia* 4-0 Wake Forest* 5-1 Virginia* (14-3-1) 4 2 Wake Forest* (15-3-3) * Host Institution All times local Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

51 2007 Championship Brackets Tuesday, November 13 Friday, November 16 Sunday, November 18 No. 1 Akron No. 4 Bowling Green MAC Semifinal No. 2 No. 1 Akron Play-In Game No. 2 No. 5 Northern Illinois No. 5 Northern Illinois No. 3 Hartwick Play-In Game No. 1 No. 3 Hartwick MAC Championship No. 1 Akron 2007 MAC Men s Soccer Champion No. 6 Western Michigan MAC Semifinal No. 1 No. 2 Buffalo No. 2 Buffalo NCAA Division I Men's SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Second Round Final Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Third Round December 1 or 2 December 7, 8 or December 14 December 14 December 7, 8 or December 1 or 2 November 23 or 24 November 28 December Second Round First Round November 28 November 23 or 24 *Boston College (15-4-1) 1 3 *Connecticut (18-2-1) 7 p.m. *Massachusetts 2-1 *Connecticut p.m. Boston U. (9-6-4) Vermont (9-9-2) 11/23-Noon Massachusetts 2-1 Vermont 1-1 (2OT, PK) 11/24-2:30 p.m. *Massachusetts (13-7-1) *Dartmouth (11-4-2) *Massachusetts 3-1 *Connecticut 5-0 Central Conn. St. (8-8-3) Colgate (9-5-5) 11/24-Noon Central Conn. St. 3-2 South Florida /23-7:30 p.m. *Harvard (12-3-2) *South Fla.(12-5-2) 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Central Conn. St. 3-2 South Florida 1-0 (2OT) (15-2-2) (15-3-2) *Tulsa *Akron Massachusetts 2-1 Virginia Tech 1-0 *Northwestern (12-4-3) 9 11 *Virginia Tech (11-3-5) 7 p.m. Ill.-Chicago 2-0 Ohio St. 1-0 *Virginia Tech p.m. Ill.-Chicago (11-5-5) UC Davis (12-4-3) 11/23-7 p.m. Ill.-Chicago 0-0 (2OT, PK) California 2-1 (2OT) 11/23-1:30 p.m. *St. Louis (12-2-4) *California (11-5-2) Ill.-Chicago 1-0 Virginia Tech 1-0 Gonzaga (9-6-4) Providence (9-7-2) 11/24-7 p.m. SMU 1-0 Old Dominion /24-7 p.m. *SMU (13-4-2) *Old Dominion (12-6-3) 7 7 p.m. p.m. *Creighton 3-0 Old Dominion 2-1 (2OT) *Creighton (11-2-5) (15-1-1) 8 6 *Brown Wake Forest 2-1 SAS Soccer Park SAS Soccer Park Cary, North Carolina Cary, North Carolina 5 p.m. 7 p.m. NATIONAL *Ohio St. (13-3-5) 5 7 *Santa Clara (15-1-4) CHAMPION 5 p.m. *Ohio St. 1-0 *Santa Clara p.m. Duke (11-7-1) New Mexico (12-4-2) SAS Soccer Park 11/23-7 p.m. Louisville 1-0 UCLA /24-7 p.m. Cary, North Carolina *Louisville (10-6-4) *UCLA (8-8-3) 3 p.m. *Ohio St. 4-3 (2OT) Notre Dame 2-0 Live on ESPN2 Portland (10-5-5) Oakland (11-6-3) 11/23-6 p.m. Washington 1-0 Oakland /24-Noon *Washington (8-7-4) *Michigan St. (11-5-4) 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. UC Santa Barbara 1-0 Wake Forest 2-0 Notre Dame 2-1 *UC Santa Barb. (12-3-4) *Notre Dame (12-4-5) Ohio St. 4-0 Wake Forest 1-0 (OT) *Maryland (10-5-4) *West Virginia (13-5-2) 5 p.m. *Maryland 0-0 (2OT) (PK) West Virginia p.m. Liberty (13-4-2) St. Peter's (15-5-1) 11/24-1 p.m. Loyola (Md.) 2-0 Virginia /23-5 p.m. *Loyola (Md.) (18-3-0) *Virginia (11-7-2) Bradley 3-2 (2OT) *Wake Forest 3-1 DePaul (12-7-0) Campbell (13-5-3) 11/24-7 p.m. Bradley 2-0 Furman /24-1 p.m. *Bradley (14-5-3) *Furman (18-3-0) 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Bradley 1-1 (2OT) (PK) *Wake Forest 1-0 (13-4-4) Forest (17-2-2) *Indiana 4 2 *Wake * Host Institution All times local

52 2008 Mid-American Conference Champions NO. 5 (AKRON) ZIPS LOCK UP MAC TITLE WITH 2-0 SHUTOUT OF WMU AKRON, Ohio The No. 5 University of Akron men s soccer team used single scores in each half to defeat Western Michigan, 2-0, on Senior Night Saturday at Lee Jackson Field. With the victory, the Zips claimed their fourth consecutive Mid-American Conference regular-season championship while improving to overall and in league play, and will host the MAC Tournament from Nov It certainly wasn t our best effort of the year, but I thought we defended well and scored a couple of great goals, said third-year head coach Caleb Porter. We didn t play as well as we are capable of playing but we ll take the win and move on. Akron controlled the game from the start and out-shot the Broncos (3-12-1, 2-1-1), 9-3. Junior Ben Zemanski scored his first goal of the season off a feed from Kofi Sarkodie in the 18th minute and added his team-leading ninth assist of the year in the 63rd minute on a score by Teal Bunbury. For the true freshman Bunbury, it was his fifth goal of the year. (AKRON) SOCCER CAPTURES MAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP AKRON, Ohio - A breakaway goal by Steve Zakuani in the 104th minute lifted the top-seeded University of Akron men s soccer team to its fourth Mid-American Conference Tournament championship in five years in a 1-0 defeat of No. 2 seed Northern Illinois Sunday afternoon at Lee Jackson Field. In all, it is the sixth MAC Tournament crown captured by Akron (16-1-4), which also claimed its 11th conference regular-season title this season, since joining the league in Both totals are MAC records. Zakuani, who was battling an ankle injury that forced him out of the starting lineup for the first time of his career, slipped behind the Huskies back line to take a midfield pass from Matt Tutich. The forward then beat Huskies goal keeper Joe Zimka on a one-on-one and found the back of the net from 17 yards with 5:08 remaining in the second overtime period. It was Zakuani s nation-leading 20th goal of the season in 21 games and his seventh game-winning score of the year. Following the game, Akron s Evan Bush, Tutich, Darlington Nagbe and Chris Korb were named to the MAC All-Tournament team. Joining them were Joe Zimka, Steve Kolzow and Drew Jeskey from Northern Illinois; Dan Gwyther and Dan Bulley from Buffalo; and Liam Parrington and John Paul Boyle from Hartwick. It was another impressive showing for the Zips defense, which posted its 12th shutout in 16 games. Ossie Michalsen, Chris Korb, Matt Dagilis and Sarkodie earned starting assignments on the UA back line. As a team, UA hasn t allowed a goal in five straight contests and has allowed just four scores in total for the year. The school record for most shutouts in a season is 15, set in 23 games in In addition to allowing just three WMU shots for the game, just one was on goal. Individually, it was goal keeper Evan Bush s 46th shutout of his career. The senior is the MAC s all-time leader in wins and shutouts. Akron also owned an 8-1 advantage for corner kicks. The Zips will close out the regular season on the road starting Wednesday night at Penn State, followed by games at Hartwick on Nov. 1 and at Ohio State on Nov. 7. Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Sunday s win grants the Zips an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. The complete 2008 NCAA Division I Men s Soccer Championship selections will be announced, along with seedings, live on ESPNews, Monday between 6-6:30 p.m. (EST). To coincide with the exciting event, the Akron athletics department will be hosting a watch party in the Tommy Evans Lounge in James A. Rhodes Arena from 6-7 p.m.. The free event is open to the public. Harsh winter weather conditions, which featured a steady snow fall, near freezing temperatures and winds gusting up to 17 miles per hour, were a major factor in the game as Akron was unable to fully utilize its speed and ball control on the wet field. Nonetheless, UA dominated the ball for nearly the majority of the game and was the clear aggressor with a 20-5 shots advantage, including a 7-1 edge in shots on goal. The playing conditions were very tough, said UA head coach Caleb Porter, the 2008 MAC Coach of the Year. It was the type of game that is more of a mental battle than anything and we knew we weren t going to be able to play our style because of the conditions. But we adjusted well and got a very positive result. Akron had a number of scoring opportunities for the game, but NIU goal keeper Joe Zimka turned in a strong performance, finishing with six saves. The UA defense was at its best as well, limiting the Huskies to just one shot on goal in more than 104 minutes to record its 13th shutout of the season. I thought we grew up today, Porter added. You have to have talent, and this young team does, but you also have to have the intangibles. I thought this team looked like a champion today. Zakuani, who was questionable to play at the start of the game, entered in the 24th minute and toughed it out for 62 minutes. And when the game was on the line, the Hermann Trophy candidate produced. The weather conditions certainly didn t benefit Steve s style of play, Porter said. But he found a way to score and that s what special players do. He came through today like he s done for us all season. Lee Jackson Field, which hosted six games in four days as the host field of the tournament, was in outstanding condition considering the amount of precipitation and activity it had endured. That s the result of the tremendous work (head grounds keeper) Jim Fleming and his grounds crew did in getting this field ready, Porter added. They put in a lot of extra time and deserve all the credit for having the field in such good condition. Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

53 2008 Championship Brackets Thursday, November 13 Friday, November 14 Sunday, November 16 No. 1 Akron 48 Men s DIvIsIon I ChaMpIonshIp BraCkets First Round Second Round Final Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Third Round November 29 or 30 December 5, 6 or December 12 December 12 December 5, 6 or November 29 or 30 November 21 or 22 November 25 December *Wake Forest (18-1-1) 1 3 *St. John's (N.Y.) (16-2-3) 7 p.m. *Wake Forest 1-0 (OT) *St. John's p.m. *William & Mary (10-6-3) *Boston U. (11-5-3) 11/21-7 p.m. William & Mary 3-1 Boston U /21-5 p.m. Winthrop (14-5-1) Fairleigh Dickinson (13-5-2) 11/30-1 p.m. Wake Forest 7-0 St. John's /29-5 p.m. *Boston College (9-8-2) *UCLA (10-4-6) 11/21-5 p.m. Boston College 2-0 Cal Poly /21-7 p.m. Colgate (12-5-3) Cal Poly (10-5-6) 1 p.m. 11/26 7 p.m. Dartmouth 0-0 (2OT; PK) UC Irvine 3-0 *Dartmouth (11-5-1) *UC Irvine (14-1-6) Wake Forest 5-0 St. John's 3-2 (OT) *Loyola (Md.) (18-1-1) 9 11 *Michigan (12-5-3) 6 p.m. UNC Greensboro 2-1 (OT) North Carolina 1-0 Michigan p.m. *Duke (10-7-2) *UC Davis (12-4-4) 11/21-7 p.m. UNC Greensboro 2-0 UC Davis /22-1 p.m. UNC Greensboro (8-11-2) Denver (10-6-2) 11/29-7:30 p.m. South Fla. 1-1 (3-1 PKs) Indiana /29-7 p.m. *Massachusetts (10-7-3) *St. Louis (11-4-5) 11/22-Noon Harvard 1-0 (2OT) St. Louis /21-7 p.m. Harvard (11-5-0) Drake (13-4-1) 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. *South Fla. 2-1 *Indiana 2-0 *South Fla. (14-4-2) 8 6 *Indiana (12-6-3) Maryland 1-0 Pizza Hut Park Pizza Hut Park Frisco, Texas Frisco, Texas NATIONAL 4:30 or 7 p.m. (CST) ESPN2 or ESPNU 4:30 or 7 p.m. (CST) ESPN2 or ESPNU *Akron (16-1-4) 5 7 *Creighton (14-1-2) CHAMPION 2 p.m. 11/26 Akron 1-0 (2OT) *Creighton p.m. *Oakland (14-4-1) *Tulsa (15-3-3) Pizza Hut Park 11/22-1 p.m. Ohio St. 0-0 (2OT) (PK) Tulsa /21-7 p.m. Frisco, Texas Ohio St. (9-8-2) UMKC (9-6-3) Noon (CST) ESPN2/ESPN360 11/30-1 p.m. Northwestern 1-0 Creighton 2-1 (OT) 11/29-2 p.m. *Northwestern (13-4-2) *Connecticut (9-4-6) 11/21-7 p.m. Northwestern 0-0 (2OT; PK) Connecticut /21-7 p.m. Loyola (Ill.) (12-6-3) Fairfield (11-7-0) 7 p.m. 7 p.m. *Northwestern 2-1 Maryland 1-0 Connecticut 2-0 *Notre Dame (12-6-2) *Virginia (11-8-1) North Carolina 1-0 Maryland 1-0 *North Carolina (11-7-1) *UC Santa Barb. (10-6-5) 6 p.m. *North Carolina 1-0 California 3-2 (2OT) 7 p.m. *Louisville (11-7-2) *California (10-3-5) 11/21-7 p.m. Jacksonville 4-3 California /21-1:30 p.m. Jacksonville (11-8-1) San Francisco (9-9-2) 11/30-1 p.m. North Carolina 3-2 (OT) Maryland /29-1p.m. *Ill.-Chicago (12-3-4) *George Mason (13-6-2) 11/21-7 p.m. Ill.-Chicago 0-0 (2OT; PK) George Mason /21-7 p.m. Dayton (15-4-2) Penn (11-2-4) 1 p.m. 7 p.m. Ill-Chicago 0-0 (2OT, PK) *Maryland 2-0 * Host Institution All times local Semifinals played on ESPNU or ESPN2 No. 4 Hartwick Play-In Game No. 3 5:00 PM No. 5 Western Michigan No. 2 Northern Illinois Play-In Game No. 1 11:00 AM No. 7 Bowling Green No. 3 Buffalo Play-In Game No. 2 2:00 PM No. 6 Florida Atlantic MAC Semifinal No. 2 7:30 PM No. 4 Hartwick No. 2 Northern Illinois MAC Semifinal No. 1 5:00 PM No. 3 Buffalo No. 1 Akron 2008 NCAA Division I Men's SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP MAC Championship 2:00 PM No. 2 Northern Illinois No. 1 Akron 2008 MAC Men s Soccer Champion *Michigan St. (13-5-1) 4 2 *Maryland (18-3-0) Second Round First Round November 25 November 21 or

54 2009 Mid-American Conference Champions NO. 1 (AKRON) ZIPS COMPLETE PERFECT REGULAR SEASON ON SENIOR NIGHT AKRON, Ohio - AKRON, Ohio - Behind two goals from Anthony Ampaipitakwong, the No. 1 University of Akron men s soccer program came from behind to defeat Hartwick 3-2 in dramatic fashion in front of 2,158 fans Saturday night at Lee Jackson Field. (AKRON) ZIPS CAPTURE THIRD STRAIGHT MAC TOURNAMENT TITLE AKRON, Ohio - Sophomore Darlington Nagbe netted his second game-winner in as many contests to lift the University of Akron men s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Hartwick and their third-consecutive Mid-American Conference Tournament championship Sunday at Lee Jackson Field. With the victory, the Zips (18-0-0, MAC) completed a perfect regular season for just the second time in school history after first doing so with an 11-0 mark in But it didn t come easily as UA needed a pair of second-half goals to put the Hawks (9-3-4, MAC) away. Ampaipitakwong netted the game-winner in the 84th minute following a through ball by Teal Bunbury into the box and a back-heel redirection by Blair Gavin. For the second straight game, the Zips jumped on top early as Ampaipitakwong gave UA a 1-0 lead in the seventh minute on a direct free kick from 22 yards out following a run by Darlington Nagbe that resulted in a Hawks foul. But much like Michigan State did last Wednesday night, Hartwick did not back down and became the first team to score more than one goal in a game against the Zips. Both goals came on set plays and followed throw-ins by Owen Botting. Nick Pratico headed in Hartwick s first goal in the 31st minute to tie the game and Michael Cunningham put the Hawks up 2-1 just seven minutes later. It was the first time Akron had trailed at the half since 2007, snapping a string of 53 consecutive matches. We came out flying and were playing very well, then they caught us, said UA head coach Caleb Porter. But I give a lot of credit to Hartwick - they had a couple of great plays and had us on our heels a bit at halftime. That being said, there was no doubt in our minds that we would win this game. I could just see in our player s eyes that they were excited for the second half and a chance to make amends. The Zips were relentless with their attack in the second half - out-shooting the Hawks, 15-3 after the intermission - and tested Hartwick s loaded backfield again and again. Defender Chris Korb finally pulled the Zips even in the 72nd minute with a rocket from 35 yards out. It was the second goal of the juniors career and, coincidentally, both have come against Hartwick in game-tying situations. Hartwick s Cunningham drew a crucial red card with a hard take-down of Ampaipitakwong in the 78th mintue and the Zips took advantage, scoring the go-ahead goal just minutes later. The second half was tremendous, Porter said. I was pleased to see everybody s energy and belief because it s not easy to break down mass numbers. Hartwick was very organized and sat deep, but you could just feel it coming. For the game, UA out-shot Hartwick, 23-6, and owned a 9-1 advantage in corner kicks. The Hawks committed 23 fouls to Akron s six and drew two cards. In some ways, deep down I was hoping something like this would happen where we get down and have to come from behind, Porter said. To go through that adversity, overcome it and come out with the victory is something that we will learn from and use in the postseason. To think that we ll never be behind for the entire year is unrealistic. Now we know that if it does happen, we can respond and we will respond. Akron will next prepare for the Mid-American Conference Tournament, which will be held at Lee Jackson Field next weekend. The top-seeded Zips will face the fourth-seeded Northern Illinois Huskies in a rematch of last year s championship game at 6 p.m. Nagbe put the finishing touch on a give-and-go with Anthony Ampaipitakwong in the 77th minute as the Zips had to come from behind for the second time in three games. With the win, Akron (20-0-0) tied Evansville (1990) for the fourth longest, single-season win streak in NCAA history. We knew this was going to be a physical and direct game with balls being thrown and kicked in the box for 90 minutes, said UA head coach Caleb Porter. Hartwick defended well and their goalkeeper was incredible so my hats off to them for putting up a good fight. I am so proud of our guys for not backing down and playing like men. I have asked this team to deal with this type of thing all year long even though it s not enjoyable. But they do it because they want to win and that s why they are champions. What is most pleasing though is not only do they battle with the best of them, but they continue to play attractive soccer and I think they have been rewarded because of that. Hartwick caught a break early in the game when UA defender Zarek Valentin slipped while trying to corral a loose ball in the backfield. Dan Summers made the most of the opportunity by beating goalkeeper David Meves on a 1v1 to put the Hawks up 1-0 in the 10th minute. But Valentin and the rest of the UA defense had the last laugh, shuting Hartwick out ther rest of the way. For the game, the Zips dominated possession, posting a 20-6 advantage in shots, and remained composed despite a physical style of play from Hartwick, which drew four yellow cards and two straight reds. It was unfortunate to give up the early goal but I thought we responded well, Porter said. This is three games in a row now where we ve had some adversity but we continue to respond. We ll draw on that and take it with us as we make a run in the NCAA Tournament. Sophomore Teal Bunbury, the 2009 MAC Player of the Year, pulled the Zips even in the 19th mintue following a well-struck free kick from Michael Nanchoff. Nanchoff, who assisted Nagbe s game-winner Friday night against Northern Illinois, lofted the ball 45 yards from the right sideline following the Hawks second yellow card of the match. Bunbury put a head on it from 14 yards out for the equalizer. The Zips relentless attack created a number of scoring opportunities the rest of the way. Akron actually appeared to take the lead with eight minutes left in the first half when Kofi Sarkodie headed in a lob from Nanchoff, but an offsides call negated the score. Hartwick goalkeeper Jeremy Vuolo had a strong game in net with eight saves. The Zips will not have to wait long to find out who their next opponent is as the NCAA will announce its Soccer Championship selections on ESPNews Monday, Nov. 16, between 5:30 and 6 p.m. (EST). The Akron Athletics department will host an official Watch Party at the Barley House, located on 222 S. Main Street. Fans are encouraged to attend the free event, which will feature a number of food specials. We are looking forward to starting the NCAA Tournament next weekend, Porter said. We have prepared for this moment and we will be ready to take it one game at a time toward the accomplishment of our ultimate vision - to be the last team standing on Dec. 13th. Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

55 2009 Championship Brackets Friday, November 13 Sunday, November 15 No. 1 Akron MAC Semifinal No. 2 6:00 PM No. 4 Northern Illinois No. 2 Hartwick MAC Semifinal No. 1 3:00 PM No. 3 Western Michigan No. 1 Akron MAC Championship No. 2 Hartwick No. 1 Akron 2009 MAC Men s Soccer Champion Men s DIvIsIon I ChaMpIonshIp BraCkets 49 First Round Second Round Final Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Third Round November 29 December 4, 5 or December 11 December 11 December 4, 5 or November 29 November 19 November 22 December *Akron (20-0-0) 1 3 *Wake Forest (14-3-3) 4 p.m. *Akron 2-0 *Wake Forest p.m. Stetson (14-3-2) UNC Wilmington (14-2-4) 7:30 p.m. South Fla. 2-1 UNC Wilmington 7 p.m. *South Fla. (13-3-3) 1-1 (2OT; PK) *Charlotte (11-3-5) 4 p.m. *Akron 2-0 *Wake Forest p.m. St. Mary's (CA) (10-4-5) Winthrop (11-5-4) 7 p.m. Stanford 3-0 Duke p.m. *Stanford (10-5-2) *Duke (12-6-0) 6 p.m. Stanford 1-0 Duke p.m. *UC Irvine (15-6-0) *Michigan St. (11-7-2) 12/5-4 p.m. Akron 1-0 Wake Forest /5-7 p.m. *Northwestern (10-4-4) 9 11 *San Diego (12-5-2) 1 p.m. Northwestern 3-1 Akron 0-0 (5-4 PKs) UC Santa Barbara p.m. Green Bay (14-2-3) Wofford (12-2-3) 7:30 p.m. Notre Dame 2-1 UC Santa Barbara p.m. *Notre Dame (10-7-4) *UC Santa Barbara (15-4-2) 2 p.m. Tulsa 1-0 UCLA p.m. Missouri St. (12-4-2) Sacramento St. (11-5-3) 7 p.m. St. Louis 2-1 Sacrament St. 2-1 (OT) 1 p.m. *St. Louis (14-6-0) *Loyola Marymount (10-8-2) 2 p.m. *Tulsa 4-3 (OT) *UCLA p.m. *Tulsa (13-4-2) 8 6 *UCLA (10-3-4) *North Carolina (13-2-3) 5 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. NATIONAL 7 *Penn St. (12-7-2) CHAMPION 2 p.m. *North Carolina 2-0 Maryland p.m. Stony Brook (6-9-4) Loyola (MD) (11-7-3) WakeMed Soccer Park 7 p.m. Brown 1-0 (2OT) Maryland p.m. Cary, North Carolina *Brown (10-2-5) *Maryland (12-5-2) 1 p.m. 2 p.m. *North Carolina 1-0 Maryland p.m. ESPN2/ESPN360.com Louisville (13-2-4) Connecticut (11-4-3) 7 p.m. *Indiana 2-0 Monmouth 0-0 (2OT, PK) Noon *Indiana (10-9-1) *Monmouth (18-1-1) 2 p.m. 1 p.m. Indiana 1-0 Virginia 2-1 (OT) *Harvard 3-0 Butler (14-2-2) *Harvard (13-3-1) 12/4-6 p.m. North Carolina 2-1 Virginia /4-7 p.m. *St. John's (NY) (9-2-9) *North Carolina St. (13-6-2) 6 p.m. *Boston College 1-0 Portland p.m. Dartmouth (10-6-1) Portland (10-5-5) 7 p.m. Boston College 2-1 (2OT) Portland 2-1 (OT) 7 p.m. *Boston College (12-8-0) *New Mexico (12-6-1) 2 p.m. Drake 6-4 *Virginia p.m. Western Ill. (8-9-2) Bucknell (16-5-0) 7 p.m. Drake 2-1 Bucknell p.m. *Drake (13-6-2) *Princeton (9-5-3) 1 1 p.m. p.m. Drake 1-0 (OT) *Virginia 5-0 *Ohio St. (12-4-4) 4 2 *Virginia (14-3-3) * Host Institution All times local Semifinal No. 1 airs live on ESPN2/ESPNU/ESPN360.com Semifinal No. 2 airs live on ESPNU; tape delay ESPN2 Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. ET 2009 NCAA Division I Men's SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP WakeMed Soccer Park Cary, North Carolina Virginia 0-0 (3-2 PKs) WakeMed Soccer Park Cary, North Carolina Second Round First Round November 22 November

56 2010 Mid-American Conference Champions NO. 1 (AKRON) CAPTURES MAC REGULAR-SEASON TITLE AKRON, Ohio - The No. 1 University of Akron men s soccer team gutted out a 2-1 victory over Western Michigan Saturday at Lee R. Jackson Soccer Field in front of 3,873 fans. With the win, the Zips (13-0-1, Mid-American Conference) captured their sixth consecutive MAC regular-season championship and will host the MAC Tournament on Nov. 12 (semifinals) and Nov. 14 (final). UA extended a pair of impressive streaks Saturday. The Zips are unbeaten in their last 28 league games (26-0-2), which matches Indiana ( ) for the second-highest run in NCAA history. Akron is also unbeaten in its last 33 home matches (32-0-1), which is the fourth-longest streak in NCAA history. The Zips had the game s first scoring opportunity in the 19th minute when a through ball from Kofi Sarkodie sprung Darren Mattocks on the right flank. Mattocks, who is the second-highest scoring freshman in the nation, turned and fired from 18 yards but his shot banged off the far post. Akron was unlucky once again in the 38th minute when Mattocks was oneon-one with the keeper but hit the crossbar after a series of quick passes from Chad Barson and Scott Caldwell. (AKRON) CAPTURES FOURTH STRAIGHT MAC TOURNAMENT TITLE AKRON, Ohio The University of Akron men s soccer team captured their fourth consecutive Mid-American Conference Tournament championship with a commanding 4-0 victory over Western Michigan Sunday at Lee R. Jackson Soccer Field. It is also the fourth straight year, the Zips (18-1-1), who blitzed the Broncos with four second-half goals, claimed both the league s regular-season and tournament titles. The four-goal margin represented the second-most decisive MAC championship game in Akron history. The Zips were patient with their attack throughout the contest and methodically broke down WMU with a number of highlight-reel worthy goals. Freshman striker Darren Mattocks, who upped his team-leading goal total to 15 with a pair of strikes, was one of many standout performers for UA, which turned in a dominant team effort. Akron will not have to wait long to find out who its next opponent is as the NCAA will announce its Soccer Championship selections Monday, Nov. 15, on ESPNU at approximately 4:30 p.m. (ET) The Akron Department of Athletics will host an NCAA Men s Soccer Selection Show Watch Party at the Barley House, located on 222 S. Main Street. Fans are encouraged to attend the free event, which will feature a number of food specials. UA out-shot Western Michigan, 8-0, in the opening half and had other opportunities but the Broncos defense was up to the task, thwarting a number of UA restarts. It was just the second time the Zips were kept off the scoreboard in the first half this season. The Zips attack produced a penalty kick in the 50th minute when a Broncos defender was called for a hand ball in the box. Michael Nanchoff buried the ensuing kick to give UA a 1-0 lead. Western Michigan (7-6-2, 2-1-0) attempted to net the equalizer shortly after on corner kick but was denied each time. Following a volley in the box, Shane Lyons got a head on the ball from 12 yards but Anthony Ampaipitakwong was there to make the team save for Akron. WMU collected the deflection and Lyons had another look but this time UA keeper David Meves gobbled up the mid-ranged blast. The Zips made it 2-0 in the 70th minute on Ben Speas first goal of the fall. After a deep run down the right sideline, Sarkodie crossed the ball to Speas, who tucked his shot just inside the far post from 12 yards. The significance of the goal was revealed just seconds later when Oliver Mayer found the goal that had eluded the Broncos earlier with a chip shot over the head of Meves from nine yards. For the game, the Zips out-shot the Broncos, 13-3, including a 6-3 margin on frame. Akron will host No. 10 Creighton Wednesday night at Lee R. Jackson Soccer Field. The Zips and Blue Jays will kick off at 7:30 p.m. (ET) on SportsTime Ohio. Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Western Michigan (10-8-2) recorded the first two scoring chances of the game early, but both shots were from distance and were easily snuffed out by David Meves. That s essentially all the attack the Zips defense would allow as the Broncos did not attempt another shot for the half and were out-shot 18-6 for the match. UA took a 1-0 lead in the 48th minute when Kofi Sarkodie launched a deep pass from near midfield to Nagbe, who fired the ball into the upper right corner past Western Michigan keeper Sean Lewis. A beautiful combination play resulted in the Zips second goal of the game in the 54th minute. Sarkodie initiated the action with a run near midfield before crossing the ball to Ben Speas, who was running with him on the right flank. Speas then set up the goal with a quick through ball to Scott Caldwell in the middle of the box. Caldwell, who scored his first career goal against Buffalo in Friday night s semifinals, notched goal No. 2 by tucking the ball just inside the near post from 12 yards. Another combination of precise passes from Anthony Ampaipitakwong and Darlington Nagbe sprung Mattocks in the 56th minute. Mattocks received the second long pass from Nagbe just inside the box, quickly created space and buried the goal from straight on to give the Zips a commanding 3-0 lead. Mattocks recorded his third multiple-goal performance of the season in the 70th minute by beating Lewis from 15 yards after receiving a pass from Eric Stevenson to provide the game s final margin. Although the Zips did not score in the first half, they put together a number of dangerous sequences that were foiled by Lewis, who finished with six saves on the night - including four in the opening period. Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

57 2010 Championship Brackets Friday, November 12 Sunday, November 14 No. 1 Akron MAC Semifinal No. 1 5:00 PM No. 4 Buffalo No. 2 Western Michigan MAC Semifinal No. 2 8:00 PM No. 3 Bowling Green No. 1 Akron MAC Championship 4:00 PM No. 2 Western Michigan No. 1 Akron 2010 MAC Men s Soccer Champion 2010 NCAA Division I Men's SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Second Round Final Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Third Round November 28 December 3, 4 or December 10 December 10 December 3, 4 or November 28 November 18 November 21 December Second Round First Round November 21 November 18 *Louisville (16-0-3) 1 3 *Akron (18-1-1) 7 p.m. *Louisville 3-1 *Akron p.m. East Tenn. St. (15-5-0) Xavier (10-6-4) 7 p.m. Col. of Charleston 3-2 West Virginia p.m. *Col. of Charleston (10-4-3) *West Virginia (10-7-2) 7 p.m. *Louisville 2-1 *Akron p.m. St. Peter's (13-5-1) Bradley (11-8-3) 1 p.m. Providence 6-2 Tulsa 2-0 7:30 p.m. *Providence (12-5-3) *Tulsa (11-6-2) 1 p.m. 6 Ohio St. 2-1 Indiana 5-1 p.m. (10-5-3) (9-7-2) *Ohio St *Indiana 12/4-7 p.m. Louisville 5-4 Akron 3-3 (2OT; PK) 12/4-4 p.m. *Notre Dame (10-5-4) 9 11 *Connecticut (12-2-5) 6 p.m. Dartmouth 2-1 (OT) Louisville 2-1 Brown 1-1 (2OT; PK) 1 p.m. Dartmouth (10-6-1) Boston College (10-4-5) Noon Dartmouth 4-0 Brown p.m. *Monmouth (14-1-4) *Brown (11-3-3) 5 p.m. UCLA 2-1 (2OT) California 2-0 1:30 p.m. Santa Clara (10-5-5) Denver (9-6-4) 2 p.m. (2OT) 7 p.m. Sacramento St. 2-1 UC Santa Barbara 1-0 *Sacramento St. *UC Santa Barbara (9-4-7) (13-4-3) 5 p.m. *UCLA 4-1 *California 2-1 (OT) 1:30 p.m. (14-4-1) *California (12-2-3) *UCLA 8 6 Akron 1-0 Meredith Field at Harder Stadium Meredith Field at Harder Stadium Santa Barbara, California Santa Barbara, California *SMU (15-2-0) 5 5:30 p.m. NATIONAL 8 p.m. 7 *South Carolina (12-6-2) CHAMPION 7 p.m. *SMU 2-2 (2OT; PK) *South Carolina 1-0 (OT) 2 p.m. New Mexico (9-5-5) Coastal Caro. (12-7-2) Meredith Field at Harder Stadium 7 p.m. Creighton 4-1 Duke p.m. Santa Barbara, California *Creighton (12-5-1) *Duke (9-5-4) 1 p.m. SMU 1-0 Michigan p.m. LIVE on ESPN 2/ESPN3.com UMBC (11-4-3) South Fla. (9-5-4) 7 p.m. UMBC 2-1 UCF p.m. *Princeton (13-3-1) *UCF (11-4-3) 5 p.m. William & Mary 0-0 (2OT; PK) Akron 2-1 Michigan 2-1 (OT) 2 p.m. & Mary *Michigan (14-4-3) *William (15-3-2) /3-7 p.m. North Carolina 1-1 (2OT; PK) Michigan 3-2 (2OT) 12/4-1 p.m. *Butler (16-0-3) *Penn St. (13-7-1) 1 p.m. Michigan St. 1-0 Penn. St p.m. Oakland (7-10-3) Old Dominion (9-6-2) 1 p.m. Michigan St. 2-0 Old Dominion p.m. *Michigan St. (11-7-1) *Virginia (11-5-3) 3 p.m. *North Carolina 1-1 (2OT; PK) *Maryland p.m. UNC Greensboro (12-5-4) Bucknell (10-8-2) 1 p.m. Georgetown 3-0 Penn 1-0 (OT) 7 p.m. *Georgetown (11-6-1) *Penn (12-5-0) 6 p.m. 5 p.m. *North Carolina 0-0 (2OT; PK) *Maryland 4-0 Carolina (16-3-1) *Maryland (17-2-1) *North 4 2 * Host Institution All times local Semifinal #1 - LIVE on ESPNU Semifinal #2 - LIVE on ESPN2/ESPNU/ESPN3.com

58 2010 Akron Zips National Championship The New Gold Standard: (AKRON) Men s Soccer Captures National Title SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The University of Akron men s soccer team captured the school s first team national championship in any sport on Sunday, using a late goal to defeat Louisville 1-0 at Harder Stadium in the NCAA College Cup. The thirdseeded Zips closed out their historic season with a record, while the top-seeded Cardinals suffered their only loss of the year, finishing Akron, which was appearing in the national championship game for the second time in as many seasons, broke a scoreless tie in the 79th minute with a corner kick goal by Scott Caldwell. Anthony Ampaipitakwong provided service from the left side of the field. After a volley, Caldwell had his first shot deflected off a wall of defenders. But the sophomore collected the rebound and sent the ball into the upper right-hand corner of the net from 15 yards. Lousiville, which was playing in its first national title contest, threatened to punch in the equalizer with a flurry of attempts in the final 1:30 of regulation. One shot was blocked by UA defender Chad Barson and Zips goalkeepr David Meves stood strong as the final seconds ticked away and the celebration began. I m not usually at a loss for words, but in some ways I am, said UA head coach Caleb Porter. I am proud of my team. It s been a long journey. It started Dec. 14 after a bitter, painful loss to Virginia last year, which ended on one kick. For these guys to recover from that; move on and work even harder is an absolute tremendous credit to these guys. They have been hungry all year; dug deep, kept going, kept fighting and refused to lose. This team has a rare combination of talent and winning qualities. When you put the two together, it s a powerful thing. That s why we won the national championship - the combination of those two things. The first half featured an entertaining back-and-forth affair with Akron controlling pace early on. In the fifth minute, Michael Nanchoff provided great service on a cross from the left flank that Darren Mattocks got a foot on, but the powerful blast sailed wide. A frantic flurry by Louisville followed in the ninth minute - sparked by the game s first corner kick - that saw a shot by Cardinals midfielder Charlie Campbell bang off the right post. Louisville recovered the ball and fired another shot but Paolo DelPiccolo s attempt went wide. With the Cardinals pushing forward in the 26th minute, a cross by Nick Deleon left Dylan Mares in a one-on-one situation with Meves. But the sophomore netminder slid to his knees to make a huge save. Meves came through again in the 44th minute on a direct free kick from DelPiccolo from distance. Meves dove to his left to gobble up the attempt. In all, Louisville posted a narrow advantage on shots, 5-4, in the opening half. Kofi Sarkodie opened the second half with rip from the right flank that was stopped by Louisville goalkeeper Andre Boudreaux in the 49th minute. The Cardinals answered with a free-kick opportunity one minute later but Meves was there to snag a header by Colin Rolfe. A series of passes left Caldwell with a good look from 20 yards near the right side of the box in the 64th minute, but the sophomore couldn t quite curve in the ball. Then, two minutes later, a touch pass near mid-field from Anthony Ampaipitakwong found a pair of streaking Zips players as Darren Mattocks and Darlington Nagbe were left with just the keeper in their sights. Mattocks quickly pushed the ball to Nagbe, who tried to slip the ball in far post but missed wide. The Zips kept pressing and had another good look when Korb made a run down the left flank before finding Mattocks, who made the turn and fired the ball into the hands of Boudreaux in the 71st minute. Akron, which was clearly in control in the second half, continued to apply pressure with a barrage of attempts before finally breaking through. Akron is the third team from the Mid-American Conference to win an NCAA national championship, with Western Michigan s men s cross country program doing so in 1964 and 65. Details regarding a welcome back celebration will be announced on GoZips. com, once team travel arrangements have been finalized. Fans interested in purchasing an Akron Zips National Champions t-shirt can do so in a variety of ways. The shirt will be available for pre-order on Monday at the official web site of the Akron Athletics Team Shop, and will be available for purchase at the Team Shop at InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field and University Bookstore on Tuesday. For information on all soccer merchandise, please contact the UA Bookstore at (330) College Cup All-Tournament Team Sophomore Defender, Zarek Valentin, Akron Junior Midfielder, Darlington Nagbe, Akron Junior Defender, Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Junior Midfielder, Michael Nanchoff, Akron Senior Midfielder, Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron Sophomore Midfielder, Scott Caldwell, Akron Senior Midfielder/Defender, Charlie Campbell, Louisville Junior Forward, Colin Rolfe, Louisville Junior Defender, Austin Berry, Louisville Junior Goalkeeper, Andre Boudreaux, Louisville Senior Forward, Justin Meram, Michigan Most Outstanding Offensive Player Sophomore Midfielder, Scott Caldwell, Akron Most Outstanding Defensive Player Junior Defender, Kofi Sarkodie, Akron Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications Mid-American Conference Men s Soccer

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