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1 Penn Men s Soccer Affiliation NCAA Division I Location/Enrollment Philadelphia, Pa./10,248 Nickname Quakers Colors Red and Blue Conference Ivy League President Dr. Amy Gutmann Home Field/Capacity Rhodes Field/650 Director of Athletics Steve Bilsky, W 71 Associate Director of Athletics/Ext. Affairs Alanna Shanahan, C 96, GEd 00 Associate Director of Athletics Mary DiStanislao, EdD 05 Assistant Director of Athletics/Academic Coordinator Rosemarie Burnett Assistant Director of Athletics/Development William Roth Compliance Coordinator D. Elton Cochran-Fikes, C 74, WG 79 Head Trainer/Coordinator of Athletic Therapy Mitch Biunno Manager of University Strength and Fitness Centers James Steel NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Edward Lally Institutional Eligibility Officer Ron Sanders Ivy League Policy Representative Bonnie Gibson Head Coach Rudy Fuller (Georgetown 93) Career Record/Years /9 Record at Penn/Years same Assistant Coach Rob Irvine (Syracuse 98) Assistant Coach Michael O Connor (Penn 00) Men s Soccer Office Phone / Men s Soccer All-Time Record/Seasons /102 Ivy League Titles , 1962, 1971, 1972, 1980, Overall Record Ivy Record/Finish /2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost /4 Starters Returning/Lost /3 Director of Athletic Communications Mike Mahoney Associate Director (men s soccer contact) jen Werner Office Phone / Cell Phone / Athletic Communications Fax / Athletic Department Website www.PennAthletics.com Credits: The 2007 Men s Soccer Media Guide is a publication of the University of Pennsylvania Athletic Communications Office. This guide was written by Jennifer Werner, designed by Tim Flynn and Jennifer Werner, and edited by Mike Mahoney. Editorial contributions were made by Rudy Fuller and Alanna Wren Shanahan. Photos attributed to Edwin Mahan, Drew Hallowell, Hunter Martin. Cover design by the Gazelle Group (Princeton, N.J.): Front Captains Derek Hobson, Jeffrey Livingston (inset left) and Keith Vereb (inset right); Back (from top) Mike Klein, Omid Shokoufandeh, Alex Grendi. GENERAL INFORMATION COACHING STAFF 2007 OUTLOOK 2007 ROSTER PLAYER PROFILES 2006 IN REVIEW ARCHIVES/LETTERWINNERS THIS IS PENN

2 Coaches Head Coach Rudy Fuller James C. Gentle Head Coach of Men s Soccer 10th Season Georgetown 93 The James C. Gentle Head Coach of Men s Soccer, Rudy Fuller enters his 10th season at the helm of the University of Pennsylvania men s soccer program in In nine seasons at Penn, Fuller has elevated the Quakers notoriety in the Ivy League and nationally. From renovating Rhodes Field to recruiting some of the best players in the country and stacking the Quakers schedule with NCAA contenders, Fuller s club has established itself as one of the elite soccer programs in the country. In 2006, Penn finished and for second place in the Ivy League. The Quakers boasted the League s lowest goals-against average and return a solid core of defenders in Absent from the lineup will be goalkeeper Daniel Cepero who, after completing his time with the Quakers, was drafted by the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. He is the second Quaker-turned-pro under Fuller. Keeper Matthew Haefner did the same in Each of Fuller s nine seasons has brought some new success. In 2005, the Quakers finished 9-6-1, were ranked as high as No. 18 nationally and won the Philadelphia Soccer Seven (PS7) title. Fuller was named the PS7 Coach of the Year an honor he had previously earned in 2001 and 2002 and received again in At the beginning of the decade, the program went from the basement of the Ivy League to champions in two seasons. The 2002 Penn squad finished with a record, captured its first Ivy League championship in 22 years, earned its first NCAA Tournament bid in 25 years and its first NCAA Tournament win in 29 years. Penn was ranked as high as 14th in the nation during the season and spent much of the year in the Top 25. Penn goalkeeper Haefner was named thirdteam NSCAA All-America, becoming Penn s first All- America since Haefner also became Penn s first men s soccer player to be named Ivy League Player of the Year. Following the season, Fuller was named the 2002 Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year by the NSCAA and 2002 Men s Soccer Coach of the Year by the SEP- SCA. The Quakers set three program records in 2002 shutouts in a season (10), lowest goals-against average (0.45) and highest save percentage in a season (.923). The 2002 squad also allowed the second-fewest goals in the program s history in a single season with seven. Haefner also set individual goalkeeping records that reflected the team marks from One of Fuller s strongest attributes is his ability to develop players in his program and allow them to reach their potential on the soccer field. In 2001, the Quakers claimed their first-ever outright PS7 title. In 2002, the team had seven players earn All-Ivy honors, four players were named NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region, and four players were named to the PS7 All-Star Team. Penn also became the home to the PS7 Freshman of the Year (John Rhodes). All told Fuller has coached 21 players to 35 All-Ivy honors, nine NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region and 12 (17 honors) PS7 All-Stars. Fuller s student-athletes have also excelled in the classroom during his tenure. Penn has found itself among the best and brightest and has been honored with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America s Team Academic Award for the past eight seasons. The Quakers team GPA has been in the top- 10 nationwide in each of the past eight years, and in 2000, they earned the highest GPA of any Division I men s soccer program. Penn is one of just 14 institutions and the only Ivy League school to have both its men s and women s soccer teams honored by the NSCAA for its academics, and it has happened six times. Prior to Penn, Fuller played a major role as a student-athlete and coach in building a successful program at Georgetown University. While coaching at Georgetown, Fuller helped guide the Hoyas to the first two NCAA tournaments in their history and the NCAA Round of 16 in Fuller is a former member of the Maryland Olympic Development Program (ODP) Staff, and more recently, both the Region I ODP and the Eastern Pennsylvania (EPa) ODP. In 2002, Fuller helped lead the EPa 1984 Boys ODP team to the National Championship, and his EPa 1987 Boys ODP team was a Region I ODP Championship finalist. Fuller has now led the last six ODP teams he has coached to the Region I finals and has captured four titles. Prior to joining the Region I and Eastern Pennsylvania staffs, Fuller was a part of the Maryland ODP for 13 years, four as a player and nine as a coach. Fuller served on the NCAA Division I Men s Soccer Committee and was chair of the NCAA Division I Middle Atlantic Regional Advisory Committee. He also sat on the NSCAA/adidas College Ranking Committee for the Mid-Atlantic Region and is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Fuller, a USSF A Licensed coached, graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor of science in business administration in 1993 and earned his MBA degree at Villanova in He founded and currently serves as the director of the Elite 300 Soccer Academy. Fuller and his wife, Kate; sons Reilly (7) and Liam (5); and daughter Fiona (2) reside in Philadelphia Penn Men s Soccer

3 Penn Men s Soccer Experience At Penn: (9) Education Georgetown, B.S. 93 Business administration Fuller s File Philly Soccer Seven Champion (2001, 03, 05) Philly Soccer Seven Coach of the Year (2001, 02, 05, 06) Quakers in the Pros Matt Haefner was drafted in the sixth round of the 2002 Superdraft. Villanova, MBA 03 Business administration Honors & Accolades 2002 Ivy League Champion 2002 NSCAA/adidas Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year 2002 SEPSCA Coach of the Year NCAA Division I Men s Soccer Committee ( ) NCAA Division I Men s Soccer Mid- Atlantic Advisory Board Chair ( ) Dan Cepero was taken by the New York Red Bulls in the 2007 Supplemental Draft and signed a developmental contract in March of that year. Rob IRVINE Assistant Coach Second Season Syracuse 98 Michael O CONNOR Volunteer Goalkeeping Coach Third Season Penn 00 Robert Irvine enters his second season with the Quakers after joining the staff in August Irvine arrived in Philadelphia after a successful two-year stint at College of the Southwest an NAIA school located in Hobbs, N.M. as head coach of both the men s and women s teams. He led the Mustang men to back-to-back winning records and berths in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) tournament semifinal round. He compiled a two-year record of 22-14, and was the 2004 RRAC Men s Co- Coach of the Year. During his tenure, six players earned first-team all-conference and seven were second-team selections. On the women s side duties that he relinquished following the 2005 season Irvine put together consecutive winning seasons (a combined ) and RRAC tournament appearances. He was the conference s Coach of the Year in 2004 and followed that up with Co-Coach of the Year honors Irvine had women earn Red River Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year (2004), Defensive Player of the Year (2004 and 2005) and Newcomer of the Year (2005). Eight of Irvine s women were first-team All- RRAC selections, and seven were second-team picks, and he also had seven players earn NAIA Regional VI honors. At the Division I level, Irvine spent three seasons ( ) as an assistant coach for his alma mater, Syracuse University. During that time, he earned his masters in public administration at Syracuse. During his tenure, the Orange had a player earn Soccer America Freshman of the Year (Jarett Park in 2001) and another, Chris Aloisi, selected in the 2004 Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft. In addition, Irvine coached three players who helped Canada to a quarterfinal berth at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship. Irvine also has experience coaching at the Olympic Development Program (ODP) level, as he was a staff coach for the Region IV camp in He currently holds an A license from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). Irvine enjoyed a successful playing career before he jumped into coaching. A two-time captain at Syracuse, he played for Canada s Under-17 national team at that age group s World Cup Qualifying Tournament in 1991, and in 1993 and 1994 he was in Canada s Olympic Soccer Team pool of players. Irvine also played professionally for a number of years. PennAthletics.com Michael O Connor is entering his third season as an assistant coach with the Penn men s soccer team. A veteran of Penn soccer, O Connor was a goalkeeper during his time in the Red and Blue uniform, and works primarily as the goalkeeping coach. In 2005, O Connor coached goalkeeper Dan Cepero to an outstanding season that included eight shutouts in 16 games. Cepero repeated the eight clean sheets in 2006 and was drafted to the MLS New York Red Bulls. O Connor brings a wealth of collegiate and professional soccer experience to the Quakers. He played at Penn from , earning All-Ivy honors all four years and capturing the Ivy League Rookie of the Year award in An All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection that year as well, O Connor went on to be a two-year captain and Academic All-Ivy honoree. He still holds Penn goalkeeping records for career saves and minutes played. Following graduation, O Connor signed with the Hershey (Pa.) Wildcats of the A-League, and had a successful run, earning A-League Goalkeeper of the Month honors in July In 2001, he left professional soccer to work in advertising sales at Madison Square Garden, and later became Manager of Corporate Partnership Sales for the (then) NY/NJ MetroStars of Major League Soccer. In addition to his duties with Penn soccer, he is currently an account executive for CBS3/CW Philly in Philadelphia. 3

4 2007 Outlook Penn returns eight starters from its 2006 squad that finished second in the Ivy League (9-4-2, 5-1-1). Four of the team s top five scorers return, and five players who scored two or more goals last year are back. Eight of 10 goalscorers from last season, and 79.7 percent of Penn s point production (55 of 69 points) from a year ago, return for Of Penn s four losses last season, three were decided by one goal and one was an overtime decision. Penn played 72 extra minutes over five overtime games last season and came up with a record in those games. The Quakers stingy defense was the best in the Ivy League in They led the league in goals-against average (0.76), goals allowed (12) and shutouts (8). The returning cast of Quakers include a threeman senior class of All-Ivy selections Derek Hobson (3g,2a) and Keith Vereb (2g), along with Jeffrey Livingston. What s the best part about coaching at Penn? Above all else, I value the relationships I have with my student-athletes, our alumni, my colleagues in the Athletics Department, and the Penn community as a whole. The people on and around campus are what make Penn such a special place. In addition, I enjoy our campus environment and the city of Philadelphia. The University City and the greater West Philadelphia neighborhood are diverse communities with so much to offer someone socially and culturally. Last, but certainly not least, I appreciate the opportunity that the University and athletic administration have given our soccer program to compete at the highest level in the Ivy League and nationally. Our program has experienced tremendous growth in the past decade, and I look forward to continued growth and success in the years ahead. What do you tell prospective student-athletes about Penn and your program? Most importantly, we want people who are passionate about Penn. It is the key to our success. Penn students athletes and non-athletes alike truly enjoy themselves at Penn and I believe it is a direct result of that passion. It shows up in everything they do academically, athletically, and socially. Our soccer program is no different. We are very proud of our history, and look to our future with tremendous excitement. We want student-athletes who share our program s vision and are eager to be a part of it. 4 This season s junior class is loaded with a large nine-man returning class (including five 2006 starters) and three transfers. Mike Klein, Kevin Unger, Alex Grendi and Omid Shokoufandeh continued to impress in their sophomore season with Klein repeating as the team s leading scorer (three goals, eight assists). Unger boasted four goals, while Grendi contributed two goals and three assists. Shokoufandeh had six points (1g,4a). Rounding out the class of 2009 are the defenseminded John Elicker and Ryan Porch as well as off-the-bench contributors Andrew Ferry and Joshua Baugh. In addition, Georgetown transfers Alex Fairman (defender), Richard Frank (forward) and Brian Mascarenhas (midfield) will join the class. The most notable loss is goalkeeper Dan Cepero C 07 who played every minute of the last two seasons and stonewalled opponents in 23 career shutouts (a Penn record). He was a unanimous All-Ivy selection and named the PS7 Player of the Year. His solid play turned heads nationally and he was drafted by and later signed with the Red Bull New York of Major League Soccer. Quoting Rudy Fuller... we want people who are passionate about Penn. It is the key to our success. What is it like coaching in Philadelphia with six other Division I soccer programs in town? Philadelphia is a soccer city. It is one of the best soccer environments in the country, and college soccer is an important part of the soccer experience in Philadelphia. There are so many young men and women who attended one of the schools in the area and still follow and support their team enthusiastically. There is always a little more on the line when two Philadelphia teams play each other. There is a tremendous amount of passion and every team wants to be considered the best in the city. In addition, there are a number of strong DIII programs as well as historic amateur soccer clubs and nationally competitive youth clubs that play a significant role in the Philadelphia soccer community. When you put all of those pieces together, you get an impressive array of very sophisticated soccer fans. The Quakers will choose from three keepers currently vying for starting rights junior Drew Healy, sophomore Kevin Sweetland and newcomer Ben Berg. Part of Cepero s success was due to a solid backline, which returns three of its four members. Seniors Vereb and Livingston and juniors Elicker and Porch along with the graduated Andy Howard C 07 anchored the defense last year. Sophomore Lee Rubenstein saw time in three games in the backfield. This year, after opening on Labor Day at Seton Hall, the Quakers will head to California for the adidas Cal Legacy Classic. They will face host Cal as well as Stanford before returning home to host Hartwick and La Salle in search of their fourth consecutive Penn Soccer Classic title. Penn will take on tough regional competition, looking to avenge two losses from last season against Lehigh and American. The Red and Blue will travel to Penn State to add some Big Ten flavor in September and close out the month with a trip to City Line for a PS7 match vs. Saint Joseph s. Rutgers rounds out the non-league lineup in a rematch of last season s rained-out bout before Penn dives into the Ivy League slate. What does playing at a school with so much regional competition add to level of competition? We are fortunate to have so many quality teams in our region. It allows us to create a schedule each year that gives our team an opportunity to challenge itself against some of the top programs in the country. In addition, our program aspires to win championships and play in the NCAA Tournament. To make the NCAAs, we must either win the Ivy League championship and gain the automatic berth that goes along with it or earn one of the NCAA s at-large bids. Scheduling has taken on a greater importance in the at-large selections, and the strength of our region certainly gives us ample opportunity to test ourselves against the nation s best while positioning ourselves for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. What makes Ivy League soccer special? History... Tradition... Passion. The Ivy League is certainly a special conference. The parity within the League and the fact that our regular-season champion gains the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament makes each and every game an enthralling affair. On top of that, we are annually rated one of the top soccer conferences in the country. In 2006, the Ivy League finished as one of the top four conferences in the country based on the RPI, ahead of scholarship conferences such as the Big East, Conference USA, West Coast Conference, Big West, Colonial and the Patriot League. When one considers the combination of a world-class education and nationally competitive soccer experience, it is easy to see what makes the Ivy League so unique Penn Men s Soccer

5 2007 Roster Numerical No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 1 Kevin Sweetland So. GK 5-11 West Hartford, Conn. (Hall-West Hartford) 2 Keith Vereb Sr. D 6-2 Bowie, Md. (DeMatha Catholic/Maryland) 3 Alex Fairman Jr. D 6-1 Ardmore, Pa. (The Haverford School/Georgetown) 4 Steven Schlaefer Fr. D 6-0 Atlantic Beach, N.C. (West Carteret/NC School of Science & Math) 5 Brian Mascarenhas Jr. M 5-10 Marietta, Ga. (Marist/Edison Academy/ Vanderbilt/Georgetown) 6 Aaron Ross Fr. M 6-0 Woodcliff Lake, N.J. (Dwight-Englewood) 7 John Elicker Jr. D 5-9 West Chester, Pa. (B. Reed Henderson) 8 Jeff Livingston Sr. D 6-3 Dunedin, Fla. (Palm Harbor) 9 Omid Shokoufandeh Jr. F 5-10 Los Angeles, Calif. (Santa Monica) 10 Derek Hobson Sr. M 5-9 San Diego, Calif. (Francis Parker) 11 Ryan Porch Jr. D 6-4 Marlton, N.J. (Cherokee) 12 Kevin Unger Jr. M 5-10 Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Marquette) 13 Loukas Tasigianis Fr. M/F 5-10 Ridgefield, N.J. (Dwight-Englewood) 14 Alex Grendi Jr. M 5-11 Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. (Cold Spring Harbor) 15 Lee Rubenstein So. D 5-10 Penn Valley, Pa. (Haverford School) 16 Jason Gorskie Fr. M 6-3 Marlboro, N.J. (Marlboro) 17 Richard Frank Jr. F 5-7 Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Chaparral/Georgetown) 18 Josh Baugh Jr. M 5-10 Daly City, Calif. (Lick Wilmerding) 19 Drew Healy Jr. GK 6-0 Wilmington, Del. (Archmere Academy) 20 Mike Klein Jr. F 5-8 Brookfield, Wis. (Marquette) 21 Andrew Ferry Jr. F 5-11 Wyndmoor, Pa. (Chestnut Hill Academy) 22 Ben Berg Fr. GK 6-4 Whitefish Bay, Wis. (Whitefish Bay) 23 Fernando Duran Fr. F 6-2 Annapolis, Md. (DeMatha) 24 Zach Barnett Fr. D 5-10 Ellicott City, Md. (Mount Hebron) 25 Tobi Olopode Fr. F 6-3 Chicago, Ill. (St. Paul s School (N.H.)) Head Coach: Rudy Fuller (Georgetown 93) 10th season Assistant Coaches: Rob Irvine (Syracuse 98), Michael O Connor (Penn 00) Captains: Derek Hobson, Jeffrey Livingston, Keith Vereb Penn Men s Soccer Pronunciation Guide John Elicker ELL-ick-er Alex Grendi GREN-di Brian Mascarenhas MAHS-ka-RAY-nahs Tobi Olopade Oh-leh-PAH-day Lee Rubenstein ROO-ben-styn Omid Shokoufandeh oh-meed SHOW-koo-FAHN-deh Loukas Tasigianis Lucas TAH-si-JEE-ah-nees Keith Vereb VEHR-ub Returning Starters Forward (2 of 3) Klein (15 GS, 3-8=14) Shokoufandeh (15 GS, 1-4=6) Midfield (3 of 3) Grendi (15 GS, 2-3=7) Hobson (15 GS, 3-2=8) Porch (14 GS, 0-1=0) Defense (3 of 4) Elicker (15 GS, 0-1=1) Livingston (14 GS, 0-0=0) Vereb (14 GS, 2-0=4) Goalkeeper (0 of 1) By State Arizona: Frank California (3): Baugh, Hobson, Shokoufandeh Connecticut: Sweetland Delaware: Healy Florida: Livingston Georgia: Mascarenhas Illinois: Olopade Maryland: Vereb, Barnett, Duran Pennsylvania (4): Elicker, Fairman, Ferry, Rubenstein New Jersey (4): Gorskie, Porch, Ross, Tasigianis North Carolina: Schlaefer Wisconsin (3): Berg, Klein, Unger By Eligibility Senior (3): Hobson, Livingston, Vereb Junior (12): Baugh, Elicker, Fairman, Ferry, Frank, Grendi, Healy, Klein, Mascarenhas, Porch, Shokoufandeh, Unger Sophomore (2): Rubenstein, Sweetland Freshman (8): Barnett, Berg, Duran, Gorskie, Olopade, Ross, Schlaefer, Tasigianis Alphabetical Roster 24 Zach Barnett D 18 Josh Baugh M 22 Ben Berg GK 23 Fernando Duran F 7 John Elicker D 3 Alex Fairman D 21 Andrew Ferry F 17 Richard Frank F 16 Jason Gorskie M 14 Alex Grendi M 19 Drew Healy GK 10 Derek Hobson M 20 Mike Klein F 8 Jeff Livingston D 5 Brian Mascarenhas M 25 Tobi Olopade F 11 Ryan Porch D 6 Aaron Ross M 15 Lee Rubenstein D 4 Steven Schlaefer D 9 Omid Shokoufandeh F 1 Kevin Sweetland GK 13 Loukas Tasigianis M/F 12 Kevin Unger M 2 Keith Vereb D PennAthletics.com Junior Andrew Ferry is one of five Philadelphia area student-athletes on the 2007 roster. 5

6 Meet the Quakers Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Josh BAUGH 2006: Played in 10 games, starting in two... Scored a goal in Penn s victory over Harvard (9/23)... Sustained a season-ending injury vs. American (10/18). 2005: Played in 14 games, starting one... Was the team s fourth-leading scorer with six points on two goals and two assists... Had his first career assist in a 2-0 win against Villanova (9/9)... Scored against South Carolina (9/14)... Named to the adidas/south Carolina Gamecock Classic all-tournament team (9/19)... Had a goal at Drexel (9/24)... Assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime against Dartmouth (10/15)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (10/17). High School: Played for the Cal-North ODP... Helped lead club team, Santa Rosa United, to the 2004 US Club Regional Championship and a berth at the National Championship... Two-time team MVP and first-team all-league selection, as well as League Second Place MVP... High school s Athlete of the Year in National Merit Scholar finalist, American Mathematic Competition school winner, and editor of his high school s newspaper. Personal: Born Jan. 20, 1987 in San Francisco, Calif.... Son of Pamela Frydman and Michael Baugh... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in biological basis of behavior. John ELICKER 5-9 Sophomore Defense West Chester, Pa. (B. Reed Henderson) Junior Midfield Daly City, Calif. (Lick Wilmerding) 7 High School: Member of the Eastern Pennsylvania ODP since Captained the team in Played for and captained the FC Delco Black club team... Led team to two state championships and the 2002 Super Y League National Finals... At Henderson, won a state title as a sophomore and a district title again as a senior in After 2004 season, was named Area Player of the Year, first-team all-league, and All-Southeast Pennsylvania... Recipient of the Mel Lorback Scholarship Award and the US Army Scholar- Athlete Award... Spanish National Honor Society and National Honor Society member. Personal: Born March 20, 1987 in West Chester, Pa.... Son of Julie and John Elicker... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in biological basis of behavior. Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Andrew FERRY Honors 2005 Arthur M. Binns Co-Most Improved Player Junior Forward Wyndmoor, Pa. (Chestnut Hill Academy) 2006: Came off the bench to play in all 15 games... Scored the game-winner against Cornell (9/30)... Marked assists vs. Saint Joseph s (9/15) and Seton Hall (10/3). 2005: Played in 11 games, starting one... Scored two goals and had one assist... Scored his two goals on just two shots... Scored his first collegiate goal against College of Charleston (9/18)... Had a goal against Drexel (9/24)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (9/26)... Had an assist against Loyola (9/27). High School: Former Eastern Pennsylvania ODP player... His club team, PSC Coppa Bucks, won four state titles in five years... Was a three-time All-Inter- Academic League first-team selection... Two-time team MVP... Also a four- Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Honors 2006 Penn Soccer Coaches Award 2006: Started all 15 games... Registered his first collegiate point with an assist on the game-winner at Cornell (9/30)... Helped anchor the defense in eight season shutouts. 2005: Appeared in one game for the Quakers... Helped lead club team FC Delco to the 2006 National Final Four with Penn teammate Ryan Porch... Helped lead the team to the ODP National Championship in John Elicker earned the 2006 Penn Soccer Coaches Award given for outstanding contributions to the team on and off the field Penn Men s Soccer

7 Penn Men s Soccer year letterwinner in track and field, and was the Inter-Academic League champion in the 1, Named his school s Scholar-Athlete of the Year in Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1986 in Doylestown, Pa.... Son of Chris and John Ferry... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in environmental studies. Drew Healy played with the USL PDL s Delaware Dynasty over the summer and was named to the league s team of the week in June. Scored Penn s lone goal in a 1-1 tie with No. 25 Yale (10/22)... Had an assist against American (11/2)... Had an assist against Princeton (11/5)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (11/7). High School: Region I ODP team member... Selected for the Super Y League National Camp in 2004 and was member of the U.S. Youth National Pool in Was invited to the 2004 adidas ESP camp... Member of the Region I Pool for five years and the Eastern New York State Team for six years... Named 2004 Class B Player of the Year as well as all-state and all-regional... Member of Region I Olympic Development Team... Helped his club team, Albertson Red Storm Clash, to be a national finalist in Was a two-year Scholar/Athlete at his high school, where he is also a member of the Soccer Hall of Fame. Personal: Born July 28, 1987 in Huntington, N.Y.... Son of Susan Kramer and Ernest Grendi... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in philosophy, politics and economics. Drew HEALY 6-0 Sophomore Goalkeeper Wilmington, Del. (Archmere Academy) 19 Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Alex GRENDI Junior Midfield Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. (Cold Spring Harbor) Honors 2006 second team All-Ivy 2006 Co-Offensive MVP 2005 Charles R. Scott Co-Most Valuable Freshman Player 2006: All-Ivy second team... Started all 15 games... Fifth in team scoring with seven points... Led the team in shots with Scored an unassisted goal against Hartwick (9/8)... Scored the game-winner vs. Duquesne (9/17) to clinch the Penn Soccer Classic title... Had assists against Saint Joseph s (9/15), La Salle (9/20) and Harvard (9/23)... Played the second most minutes for the Long Island Rough Riders in the Premier Development League; scored three goals and one assist. Year GP-GS Min GA GAA Saves Save% SO W-L-T 2005 did not compete 2006 did not compete 2006: Backup to starter Dan Cepero... Did not see any game action... Played for the Delaware Dynasty in the Premier Development League; named to the league s team of the week, June : Did not see any game action. High School: Member of the Delaware ODP team since Club team, Concord Roma, won three-consecutive state championships from First-team all-conference in 2003 and 2004 and second-team all-state in National Merit Scholar, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society member... Named Outstanding Senior Athlete. Personal: Born Oct. 5, 1987 in New Castle, Del.... son of Jan and Michael Healy... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in philosophy, politics and economics. Derek HOBSON Senior Midfield San Diego, Calif. (Francis Parker) 2005: Started 15 of 16 games at forward... Was the team s second-leading scorer with nine points on two goals and five assists... Led the team in assists... Had first collegiate assist against Lehigh (9/11)... Had a pair of assists in the South Carolina tournament, first against South Carolina (9/16) and then against College of Charleston (9/18)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (9/19)... Scored his first career goal, the game-winner, against Loyola (9/27)... PennAthletics.com Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL

8 Meet the Quakers Honors 2006 second team All-Ivy 2005 NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Third Team 2005 second team All-Ivy 2004 Charles R. Scott Most Valuable Freshman 2006: Second team All-Ivy... Started all 15 games... Tied for third in team scoring... Scored two goals against Marist (9/10) to clinch the Mayor s Cup hosted by Hartwick... Assisted on the game-winning goals against Harvard (9/23) and Cornell (9/30)... Scored a goal against Seton Hall (10/3). 2005: Second-team All-Ivy... Had a goal and an assist... Led the team with 29 shots... Appeared in 14 games, starting Recorded an assist at Drexel (9/24)... Scored his first goal of the season, the game-winner, against American (11/2)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (11/7). 2004: Appeared in 16 games, starting 14 contests... Tied for third on team in points (4) on a goal and two assists... Ivy League Rookie of the Week (9/13)... Recorded his first collegiate goal and assist against Wisconsin (9/11). High School: Won three State Cups, two Western Regional titles and was a Dallas Cup finalist and Nike North American champion with La Jolla Nomads White... Invited to the Adidas Elite Soccer Program... Four-year starter for Francis Parker... Two-time team captain... Named first-team all-league three times and two-time first-team All-California Interscholastic Federation selection. Personal: Born April 18, 1985 in San Diego, Calif.... Son of Maxine and Chris Hobson... Has one sibling, Alice... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in history. Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Mike KLEIN Honors 2006 second team All-Ivy 2005 NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Third Team 2005 honorable mention All-Ivy 2005 Philadelphia Soccer Seven All-Star 2005 Penn Soccer Offensive Player of the Year 2005 Charles R. Scott Co-Most Valuable Freshman Player Junior Forward Brookfield, Wis. (Marquette) 2006: All-Ivy second team... Led the team in points (14) and assists (8)... Second on the team in shots (27)... Marked two assists vs. Marist (9/10)... Scored five points against Saint Joseph s (9/15) with two goals and an assist... Ivy League and Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week (9/18)... Registered two assists at La Salle (9/20)... Had the game-winner and an assist against Harvard (9/23)... Named the PS7 Player of the Week and to the Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll (9/25)... Had an assist at Dartmouth (10/15)... Assisted the overtime game-winner at Princeton (11/4). (9/6)... Scored in Penn s 2-1 win over Lehigh (9/11)... Named Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week and Ivy League Rookie of the Week (9/12)... Had an assist at Drexel (9/24)... Scored against Loyola (9/27)... Scored the overtime game-winner in a 1-0 win at Columbia (10/8)... Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week (10/10)... Scored a goal against Princeton (11/5). High School: Member of the Region II ODP team in 2003 and 2004 and has been in the Regional Pool since Helped lead FC Milwaukee club team to the 2005 Region II Championship and a berth the in the U-18 Nationals... At Marquette, won two state championships in and was state runnerup in Scored 61 goals and had 31 assists in three years... NSCAA Midwest Regional All-American and first-team all-state in 2003 and Personal: Born March 1, 1987 in Brookfield, Wis.... Son of Barbara and Dennis Klein... Older brother, Joe, played soccer at Penn from High school teammate of fellow soccer student-athlete Kevin Unger... Enrolled in Wharton with a concentration in real estate. Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Jeff LIVINGSTON Senior Defense Dunedin, Fla. (Palm Harbor) 2006: Played and started in 14 games... Helped anchor a backfield that held opponents to just 12 goals and registered eight shutouts... Had two shots. 2005: Started all 16 games on the backline... One of just four Quakers to start every game... Took seven shots. 2004: Appeared in four games, starting twice... Made first collegiate start against No. 14 Seton Hall (10/26). High School: Led club team, the Brandon Flames, to the Florida state title in 2001 and the Florida final four in 2002 and Participated in the Region III Olympic Development camp with the Dallas Burn in Four-year letterwinner at Palm Harbor where he led his team to the 2002 state title and a No. 4 national ranking... Two-time all-county and all-district honoree... Earned all-state honors as a senior and was named MVP at Florida s Senior Soccer All-Star Game. Personal: Born Oct. 4, 1985 in Dunedin, Fla.... Son of Deidra and Bruce Livingston... Has one sibling, Christopher... Enrolled in Wharton with concentrations in finance and real estate. 2005: Named honorable mention All-Ivy... Played in all 16 games, starting Led the team in scoring with five goals and two assists... Had two gamewinners... Scored the game-winning goal in his first career game vs. Temple Penn Men s Soccer

9 Penn Men s Soccer Ryan PORCH 6-4 Junior Defense Marlton, N.J. (Cherokee) 11 Omid SHOKOUFANDEH Junior Forward Los Angeles, Calif. (Santa Monica) Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL : Played in all 15 games, starting Scored his first collegiate point with an assist on the game-winner vs. Hartwick (9/8)... Helped the backfield in eight shutouts... Played for the South Jersey Barons in the Premier Development League. 2005: Appeared in 13 games, starting 12 on defense... Attempted two shots... Helped lead FC Delco to the 2006 National Final Four with Penn teammate John Elicker. High School: Member of the Region I ODP team... Played for the New Jersey ODP team since All-state, All-South Jersey, all-conference and allcounty selection in 2003 and Club team, Brick City Who, won the 2004 Jefferson Cup and advanced to the state championship... Recipient of Cherokee s Super Chief award for academic and athletic excellence... Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete and National Honor Society member... Also a Bloustein Scholar. Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1987 in Philadelphia... Son of Joann and David Porch... Father played soccer at Penn in Enrolled in Wharton with concentrations in finance and real estate. Year GP-GS Sh G A P Honors 2006 Charles R. Scott Most Valuable Freshman Player 2006: Played in three games... Took two shots... Helped the defense in two shutouts. High School: Region I ODP team member... NSCAA High School Scholar Athlete All-America Area Player of the Year... Team captain and MVP and 2005 first-team all-area... Three-time all-area... Helped Haverford to the 2004 Inter-Academic League title... Captained his soccer and tennis teams... Also an all-area tennis player and indoor track athlete... Won school s award for best all-around athlete... Student council member... Played club soccer with FC Delco Crunch. Personal: Born March 9, 1988 in Philadelphia... Son of Madelyn and Martin Rubenstein... Enrolled in Wharton. PennAthletics.com Lee RUBENSTEIN Sophomore Defense Penn Valley, Pa. (Haverford School) Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL Honors 2005 Arthur M. Binns Co-Most Improved Player 2006: Started all 15 games... Scored the game-winner against Marist (9/10)... Had two assists, including one on the game-winning goal, vs. Saint Joseph s (9/15)... Assisted on the double-overtime goal vs. Columbia (9/30)... Had an assist against American (10/18). 2005: Appeared in 12 games, starting one... Had a goal and an assist... Got his first career point, an assist, against Princeton (11/5)... Scored his first collegiate goal at Harvard (11/12)... Named Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week (11/14)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (11/14). High School: Former Region IV Olympic Development pool member and member of the Cal-South ODP team... Valley United club team was a So-Cal State Cup semifinalist... Team captain at Santa Monica... Led his team to two league championships... Named League Most Offensive Player... National Honor Society member. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1987 in Richmond, Texas... Son of Rosemary and Bahman Shokoufandeh... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in philosophy, politics and economics. Kevin SWEETLAND Sophomore Goalkeeper West Hartford, Conn. (Hall-W. Hartford) Year GP-GS Min GA GAA Saves Save% SO W-L-T 2006 did not compete 2006: Backup for Dan Cepero... Did not see any game action. High School: ODP Region I team member... NSCAA/adidas All-Region honoree... Played for West Hartford Premier, winning state championships in 2005 and Member of the Under-15 National Team... Traveled with U- 15 team to Florida, California and Mexico... Member of the 1988 Region I Team ( ) competing in Belgium, Italy, Costa Rica, California, Florida and Texas. Personal: Born April 3, Son of Marsha Lewis and Ray Sweetland... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. 9

10 Meet the Quakers Kevin UNGER Junior Midfield Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Marquette) Keith VEREB Senior Defense Bowie, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) Year GP-GS Sh G A P TOTAL : Played in 13 games, starting three... Tied for third on the team in points (8)... Tied for most goals on the team (4)... Scored a goal against Harvard (9/23)... Scored the double-overtime game-winner against Columbia (10/7)... Was named the Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week and to the Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll (10/9)... Scored Penn s only goal against Dartmouth (10/15)... Was listed on the Ivy League and PS7 Weekly Honor Rolls (10/16)... Scored the overtime game-winner at Princeton (11/4) to give Penn its first win over the Tigers in more than 20 years... Was named the PS7 Player of the Week and the Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll (11/6). 2005: Appeared in 12 games, starting five... Scored a goal and had two assists... Had an assist in his collegiate debut, a 1-0 win at Temple... Had an assist against Lehigh (9/11)... Scored his first collegiate goal against Harvard (11/12)... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll (11/14). High School: NSCAA/adidas Regional All-American in Region II ODP pool and Wisconsin ODP team member... Was named first-team all-state, allarea, and all-conference in 2003 and Captain at Marquette... Won a state championship in 2003 and was conference champion in Member of the German Club, Key Club, and Loyola Leadership Committee. Personal: Born July 4, 1987 in Menomonee Falls, Wis... Son of Doreen and Michael Unger... High school teammate of fellow soccer student-athlete Mike Klein... Enrolled in Wharton with concentrations in finance and real estate. Year GP-GS Sh G A P At Maryland At Penn TOTAL Honors 2006 first team All-Ivy 2005 honorable mention All-Ivy 2006: All-Ivy first team... Played and started in 14 games... Scored a goal against American (10/18) to send the game to overtime... Scored the matchwinner against Yale (10/21)... Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week and named to the All-Ivy Weekly Honor Roll (10/23). 2005: Honorable mention All-Ivy... Started all 16 games... Scored two goals, both of them game-winners... Scored his first goal for the Red and Blue the game-winner against Villanova (9/9)... Hit the game-winning goal with just 1:11 left in double overtime against Dartmouth (10/15)... Named to the Ivy League and Philadelphia Soccer Seven honor rolls (10/17). 2004: Transfer from the University of Maryland... Appeared in five games for the Terrapins. High School: Region I ODP team member... NSCAA/adidas All-American... Captained DeMatha to a league championship in Was a 2003 all-state first team member and was named Player of the Year by the Washington Post and Star/Gazette... Four-year all-conference selection, including first-team honors in Named Prince George s County Player of the Year... National Honor Society member. Two of Kevin Unger s four goals in 2006 were in overtime. His OT goal vs. Princeton gave the Quakers their first victory over the Tigers since Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1986 in Washington, D.C.... Son of Amy and Glen Vereb... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in political science. Zach BARNETT Freshman Defense Ellicott City, Md. (Mount Hebron) 10 High School: Played for Baltimore Bays Won the 2004 and 2007 Maryland State Cups... Played one year with Maryland ODP... Played with Region I team (2006) Super Y National Team... Career stats at Mount Hebron: 2 goals, 51 assists... Two-year captain... Two-time first team all-county and all-state... First team all-metro as a senior, second team as a junior Penn Men s Soccer

11 Penn Men s Soccer Named Washington Post Howard County Player of the Year senior year... All- State Game starter... Second team all-county as a sophomore... Started every game as a freshman recording 13 assists... Also captained the basketball team... National Honor Society member. Personal: Born July 24, 1989 in Howard County, Md.... Son of Judy and Michael Barnett... Brother, Kyle, currently plays football at Gettysburg... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I chose Penn because of the high level of competition on and off the field. High School: Played two years with the 1988 Wisconsin state team... Eightyear member (captain for two) of FC Milwaukee... Elite 300 Soccer Academy all-star... Captained his team to the North Shore Conference championship as a senior... Named to the all-conference first team... Honorable mention allstate selection and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel all-area honorable mention... Won the Scholar Athlete and Duke Pride awards... Selected as an all-conference honorable mention selection as a junior... His team won the conference title three years and was the Wisconsin Division II state runners-up... National Honor Society member... Wisconsin Boys State participant. Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1988 in Milwaukee, Wis.... Son of Deborah and William Berg... Sister, Emily, rowed at Middlebury College from Father played men s basketball at Boston University ( )... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? My goal has always been to play Division I soccer at a top academic university in a big city. The University of Pennsylvania fits those criteria. High School: Played with Bethesda United club team... With Bethesda United: two-time Region I champion (2004, 2006)... Two-time Maryland State Cup champion (2004, 2006) Region I Tournament semifinalist Region I Premier League champion... Four-year starter with Maryland State ODP team Region I champion with ODP team... Went 67 games undefeated at DeMatha... All-Metro honorable mention... As team captain in 2006: was selected to All-WCAC first team and won the WCAC championship while ranked No. 1 nationally... In 2005, DeMatha won the WCAC championship... First-team all-county selection as a freshman... Member of principal s honor roll... Participated in the Big Brothers Club program... Played at DeMatha with Penn senior Keith Vereb. PennAthletics.com Ben BERG Fernando DURAN 6-2 Freshman Forward Annapolis, Md. (DeMatha) Freshman Goalkeeper Whitefish Bay, Wis. (Whitefish Bay) 23 Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1989 in Washington, D.C.... Son of Donna and Fernando Duran... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I chose Penn because of its great academics, athletics and sense of community. I also love Philly. Year GP-GS Sh G A P At Georgetown Total Honors 2005 BIG EAST Academic All-Star At Georgetown 2006: Played in six games... Started against Howard (10/3). 2005: Played in all 20 games with 15 starts, including the final 10 games of the season... Got off five shots on goal from his defensive position... Named BIG EAST Academic All-Star... ODP team took home the Region I championship and competed for the national championship in High School: A starter all four years at Haverford, he scored 23 goals and recorded 25 assists... Received all-area and league honors last three years and led Haverford to the league championship as a senior... Named team MVP, scoring six goals and assisting eight times during championship season in Played for FC Delco under Coach Mike Gorni... Played with Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development Team since Personal: Born Jan. 11, Son of Julie (GNU 80, GRN 92) and Ronald Fairman... Has one brother, Connor (age 12)... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I chose Penn because of its strong academic reputation and its support for scholar athletes. Year GP-GS Sh G A P At Georgetown Total Alex FAIRMAN Junior Defender Ardmore, Pa. (The Haverford School/Georgetown) Richard FRANK Junior Forward Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Chaparral/Georgetown) 11

12 Meet the Quakers Honors 2005 BIG EAST Academic All-Star At Georgetown 2006: Played in 16 games, starting eight... Scored the game-winner against Syracuse (9/ 9)... Scored a goal against Howard (10/3)... Had assists against George Washington (8/25), St. John s (9/10) and Lafayette (10/10)... Took 15 shots, putting eight on goal. 2005: Earned the team s Offensive Rookie of the Year Award... Played in 17 games, starting 11 times... Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (9/26) after tallying a goal and an assist in wins over Rutgers and Villanova... Scored goals vs. VCU and Villanova... Went for a goal and an assist vs. VCU... Dished out assists on the game-winning goals in wins at DePaul and vs. Rutgers... Named BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School: Started and led Chaparral in scoring during freshman, sophomore and junior years... Scored 42 goals in 35 games before sitting out senior year to concentrate on club commitments... Voted Team Offensive MVP freshman and sophomore years and also named 4A First-Team All-State after sophomore and junior seasons... Played for five-time Arizona state champion, Sereno Eagles club team... Eagles also won the Region IV championship twice and were runner-up twice... Took third place at the national championships in A member of the Arizona Olympic Development Team and Region IV player pool in Received two trials with Arsenal and Ipswich Town FC of the English Premier League... Selected to the Region IV ODP team in Selected to play with the Region IV team in Chula Vista for an interregional event in Participated in the adidas ESP Camp and was named to the All-Star team during 2003 and Personal: Born Nov. 7, Son of Maria and Ken Frank... Has one sister, Deanna (age 22)... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? Penn has great academics and an excellent soccer program. High School: Played for Ironbound Warriors (Newark, N.J.) club team... With the Warriors: Two-time MVP U.S. Club National Cup champion New Jersey State Cup champion and Region I champion U.S. Club Region I champion Super Y League Metro Division finalist... Four-year varsity player at Marlboro... Scored 23 points (6g, 11a) senior year... Team captain as a senior... N.J. All-Shore first team and N.J. all-state second team as a senior... Named to the All-Shore second team as a junior... As a sophomore, NJSIAA High School Tournament finalist... Also lettered in basketball... All- American Scholar Award winner (2006, 2007). Personal: Born Sept. 29, 1989 in New York, N.Y.... Son of Arlene and Gene Gorskie... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I feel that Penn can challenge me both academically and athletically. I can balance the demands that a student-athlete faces and am genuinely excited by the prospect of being part of a prestigious university. My goal is to make the next four years the best four years in my pursuit of a fulfilling life. 12 Jason GORSKIE 6-3 Freshman Midfield Marlboro, N.J. (Marlboro) 16 Year GP-GS Sh G A P At Vanderbilt At Georgetown Total Honors At Vanderbilt 2005 second team All-Missouri Valley Conference 2005 Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman team 2005 SEC academic honor roll Brian MASCARENHAS Junior Midfield Marietta, Ga. (Marist/Edison Academy/Vanderbilt/Georgetown) At Georgetown 2006: Transferred to Georgetown after Vanderbilt program was disbanded... Played nine games for the Hoyas. At Vanderbilt 2005: Started all 18 games in which he appeared... Was named second-team All-Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) and earned a spot on the MVC All- Freshman Team... One of two MVC first-year players to earn all-conference accolades... Named to the SEC academic honor roll. High School: 2004 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American and a McDonald s All-American after playing for Edison Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)... Played on the United States U-16 and U-17 National Teams against national teams from England, Portugal, Brazil, Holland, Germany, Italy, Poland, Finland and France and club teams from Chivas, Atlas, AC Milan and Fulham... Spent two years in London with English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspurs... Was captain of Concorde Fire (Atlanta) club team... MVP of Concorde Fire Personal: Born March 4, Son of Linda and Frank Mascarenhas... Brother, Mark, played soccer at Bucknell... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I chose Penn because of the extremely high standard of both academics and soccer. Tobi OLOPADE Freshman Forward Chicago, Ill. (St. Paul s School (N.H.)) High School: Participated in ODP New Hampshire Selected for the 2007 New England Prep School Soccer Association (NEPSSA) All-Star game... Named to the Independent School League (ISL) all-league team as a senior 2007 Penn Men s Soccer

13 Penn Men s Soccer and honorable mention as a junior... Scored 46 points (18g, 10a) in three seasons... Team received the Founders Cup (awarded to the league s secondplace team) junior and senior year... Three-year starter and senior captain of varsity basketball team... Four-year letterwinner in track and field... Threetime ISL high jump champion and all-league selection... Will also join the Penn track and field team. Personal: Born August 2, 1989 in Chicago, Ill.... Son of Funmi and Christopher Olopade... Has two sisters, Feyi (W 05) and Dayo... Will enroll in Wharton. Why Penn? I have a strong interest in international business and relations, and the business programs at Wharton will enable me to further pursue those interests. Aaron ROSS Freshman Midfield Woodcliff, N.J. (Dwight-Englewood) High School: Participated in the New Jersey ODP ( )... Played in Region I team tournament in Gradisca, Italy (2006)... Scored 24 points (7g, 10a) as a senior... Named to the All-Bergen County first team... Two-time All- League BCSL Olympic first team selection... Team was two-time BCSL Olympic League champion (2005, 2006) state sectional finalist... Second-team all-bcsl Olympic selection as a sophomore... Dwight-Englewood Cum Laude Society and Eastwood Memorial Award recipient... Member of the varsity debate team... AP Scholar... Commended National Merit Scholar... Played with fellow freshman Loukas Tasigianis at Dwight-Englewood. Personal: Born March 28, 1989 in Ridgewood, N.J.... Son of Leslie and Bruce Ross... Sister, Alyssa, was a cross country and track and field student-athlete at Brandeis ( )... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? I am excited by the range of opportunities that I will have access to at Penn, both from the standpoint of receiving a world-class education in a diverse and exciting community and being able to pursue my passion for soccer at a highly competitive level. Steven SCHLAEFER Freshman Defense Atlantic Beach, N.C. (West Carteret/ NC School of Science & Math) both seasons team high scorer and received Coaches Motivational Award... Played two seasons at NC School of Science & Math (NCSSM) ( )... Captain and first-team all-conference selection both years NCH- SAA State Men s Tournament semifinalist, third in final season rankings and conference player of the year runner-up NC High School Soccer Showcase starter... Participated in Duke Talent Identification Program... National AP Scholar... Associated Student Body Government participant... State Math Competition ( ). Personal: Born June 11, Son of Richard and Catherine Schlaefer... Brother, Peter, played soccer at University of Chicago where he was captain and earned first-team all-region... Father was on University of Montana ski team... Will enroll in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Why Penn? I love Philadelphia, and the SEAS provides me a great opportunity to study engineering. The soccer is also very good and I look forward to being a Quaker. Loukas TASIGIANIS Freshman Midfield/Forward Ridgefield, N.J. (Dwight-Englewood) High School: Trained at the Juan Ramon Rocha Futbol Academy in Greece... Traveled to Barcelona with Rocha Futbol Academy and played as a guest player against youth teams of Barcelona and Deportivo La Coruna... Invited to play as a guest player in Guadalajara, Mexico and played against San Luis and Pumas with a select team from New Jersey... Traveled to Greece as a guest player with Greek Americans select team from New York to Thessaloniki to play against youth teams of PAO, Hraklis, and Aris... Selected in the Olympic Development Program of New Jersey every year and regional once... Currently plays with Arsenal/World Class... At Dwight-Englewood: Scored 72 goals and 50 assists (194 points)... Selected to the 2007 All-New Jersey State first team... Chosen for 2006 All-New Jersey second team... Two-time firstteam All-North Jersey, All-Bergen County and All-BCSL League... Two-time MVP of North Jersey and the BCSL League... Regional All-American... Named one of the top five players of New Jersey... MVP of North 1 New Jersey... Twotime All-League BCSL Olympic first team selection... Team was two-time BCSL Olympic League Champion (2005, 2006) state sectional finalist... Second-team All-League BCSL Olympic selection as a sophomore... Earned a black belt in karate... Valedictorian of Greek School... Played with fellow freshman Aaron Ross at Dwight-Englewood. Personal: Born June 18, 1989 in Englewood, N.J.... Son of Eleni and George Tasigianis... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences. Why Penn? Not only will Penn help me form a basis for my future academics, but it will also help me socially and athletically. High School: 88 CASL Elite club team U.S. Youth Soccer National ODP Tournament Champion Region III Tournament quarter-finalist NCYSA State Cup Champion Region III ODP Tournament Champion US Club Soccer Champion s Cup winner NCYSA State Cup semifinalist... North Carolina 89 ODP Team from Participated in the Region III Camp, Played in USL Wilmington Hammerheads ( )... Played with 88 Cape Fear Breakers ( ) serving as captain Two seasons of varsity soccer at West Carteret HS ( )... Conference champion, first-team all-conference selection and NCHSAA Scholar-Athlete PennAthletics.com 13

14 2006 In Review 2006 In Review 14 Junior Ryan Porch started all but one game last season Results Date Opponent Results 9/4 at Lehigh L 0-2 9/8 at Hartwick % W 2-1 9/10 vs. Marist % W 4-0 9/15 SAINT JOSEPH S ^# W 4-0 9/17 DUQUESNE # W 1-0 9/20 at La Salle ^ L 2-3 9/23 HARVARD * W 3-1 9/30 at Cornell * W /3 SETON HALL T 1-1 2OT 10/7 COLUMBIA * W 1-0 2OT 10/15 at Dartmouth * L /18 at American L 1-2 OT 10/21 at Yale * W /28 BROWN * T 0-0 2OT 11/4 at Princeton * W 1-0 OT * Ivy League game; ^ Philadelphia Soccer Seven game; # Penn Soccer Classic; % Mayor s Cup (Oneonta, N.Y.) 2006 Ivy League Standings League Pts Overall 1 Harvard Penn Brown Dartmouth Cornell Yale Princeton Columbia Overall: Ivy League: 5-1-1/2nd place The 2006 men s soccer season at Penn was entertaining, suspenseful and emotional everything you would expect from Ivy League soccer. Led by one of the best goalkeepers in Penn s history, Daniel Cepero, the Red and Blue posted a record, went in Ivies (good for second place behind Harvard), and posted the lowest goals-against average in the League. The thrilling performances of the Quakers kept them at the top of the Ivy standings for most of the season, but they were nudged out of the title hunt in the final game of the season. As if having the Ivy title narrowly evade them was not cruel enough, adding insult to injury, Penn was overlooked for an at-large placement in the NCAA tournament. Still, the Red and Blue s second-place standing was its best finish since the winning the title in Just days before learning their post-season fate, the Quakers had done what no other Penn team had done in more than 20 years defeat Princeton, at Princeton. The brisk fall day, combined with the ageold Penn-Princeton rivalry and overtime drama, made the game one to remember. Sophomore Kevin Unger scored the final blow, with help from the season s top scorer, Mike Klein. Klein led the team in points and assists and marked a career night with five points off two goals and an assist against St. Joseph s at the Penn Soccer Classic in September. Six players gained recognition from the Ivy League at the end of the season. Cepero was a unanimous All-Ivy first team selection and junior Keith Vereb joined him on the top team. Derek Hobson, Klein and Alex Grendi were named to the second team and Ryan Tracy received note as an honorable mention. Penn went 4-2 in non-league play before rolling into the Ivies beginning with Harvard, the eventual champion, on Sept. 23. The Quakers handed the Crimson a 3-1 decision, one of just five losses Harvard would suffer in a 14-5 season. After a quick trip to Ithaca, N.Y., to defeat Cornell 1-0, Penn returned home to play the first of five overtime games on the season. A scoreless tie was the result after 110 minutes of action against a vigorous Seton Hall. Next up was an overtime win against Columbia, in eerily similar circumstances from the previous year in New York City a windy and rainy night game, and a Penn striker from Wisconsin nailed the overtime winner. Last season it was Klein; this season Unger was the hero with less than three minutes to go in the second overtime. Penn also played extra minutes against American (2-1 loss), Brown (0-0 tie) and Princeton (1-0 win). Penn nearly doubled its opponents goal production (23-12) thanks in large part to the superior goalkeeping of Cepero. The senior captain held steady in the goal for eight season shutouts. In his career, he became far and away the leader in Penn s history with 23 career clean sheets. Even prior to his final season, Cepero had etched his name in several places in the history book. Cepero s stellar career at Penn turned heads nationally and in January, he was selected by the New York Red Bulls in the fourth round of the Major League Soccer (MLS) Supplemental Draft and signed a developmental contract with the team in March. He is the second Quaker coached by Head Coach Rudy Fuller to be drafted to and play in the MLS. Goalkeeper Matthew Haefner was taken by the Columbus Crew in the 2004 Superdraft Overall Statistics No. Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Sh% GW PK-ATT 20 Klein, Mike Tracy, Ryan Unger, Kevin Hobson, Derek Grendi, Alex Shokoufandeh, Omid Howard, Andy Vereb, Keith Ferry, Andrew Baugh, Josh Elicker, John Porch, Ryan Chesser, Drew Livingston, Jeffrey Rubenstein, Lee Total Opponents Goalkeeping Statistics No. Name GP-GS Min. GA Avg. Saves SO W-L-T 1 Cepero, Daniel : TEAM 0-0 0: Total : Opponents : returners in italics 2007 Penn Men s Soccer

15 Penn Men s Soccer All-Americans NOTE: Missing years Lawrence M. Crockett (1st) Arthur C. Horner (2nd) William E. Jones (1st) Alexander P. Husband (2nd) Watson John C. Bell Milton Baron Milton Baron James H, Tinsman James Anderson James M. Castle Robert Downs William Linglebach Hans Boos Edward McLaughlin James R. W. Downs Charles F. Stewart Hans Boos William Linglebach James C. Gentle William F. McDonald Hans Boos James C. Gentle William F. McDonald First-Team All-Ivy Gustab Gutierrez Gerald Mayall Dick Tyrell Howard Rockett Dick Williams John Jerbasi Charles Kalme Louis Buck , 62 Bob Finney , 64 Manuel Kyprios , 64 Jim MacIver Roger Lorberbaum Ted Isaacson Lou Miller Sean O'Donnell All-Century Team: William Linglebach William Linglebach Charles A. Kullman Charles A. Kullman Walter Brownback Townsend C. Anderson Townsend C. Anderson Charles A. Kullman Carl A. Henrickson John C. Reilly Ramon V. Gonzalez George L. Davis Charles Matlack Andrew M. Hritz David D. Townsend (1st) Juan C. Llerena (2nd) Robert M. Ketchum (1st) Juan C. Llerena (2nd) Gibert A. Sitler (2nd) Branch P. Blair (1st) Erwin F. Antoni (2nd) Walter Lownes (1st) Robert Colquohoun (HM) Joseph Devaney (2nd) Joseph Devaney (1st) Glenn Etter Andy Gibson Tom Hutchinson John Vroman Stan Startzell , 71 Tom Liebermann Steve Baumann , 73 Bill Straub Larry Houston , 73 Don Ries Santiago Formosa John Borrozi Paul Toomey , 77 Nick Pietrowski Jim Tabek Gabor Czako (1st) Gabor Czako (2nd) Gustavo Gutierrez (3rd) Richard Tyrrell (HM) Richard Williams (HM) Richard Williams (1st) Louis Buck III (HM) Louis Buck III (HM) Robert Dea (HM) Ted Isaacson (HM) Tom Hutchinson (2nd) Stan Startzell (2nd) Stan Startzell (1st) Stan Startzell (2nd) Larry Houston (2nd) Bill Straub (HM) Steve Baumann (1st) Don Ries (2nd) Paul Toomey (HM) Paul Toomey (2nd) J.B. Delaney (3rd) Dave Cardie (2nd) Chris Paggi (2nd) Matthew Haefner (3rd) Dave Cardie Michael Moore Chris Paggi Mike Constantino , 88 Jack Dies Henry Chen Matthew Haefner Nathan Kennedy Erik Hallenbeck , 03, 04 Daniel Cepero Keith Vereb 2006 NCAA Postseason 1969 Penn 3, Montclair State 0 (1st Round) Penn 1, Philadelphia Textile 1 (2nd Round) Maryland 1, Penn 0 (Quarterfinal) 1970 Philadelphia Textile 2, Penn 1 (1st Round) 1971 Penn 2, E. Stroudsburg 0 (1st Round) Penn State 1, Penn 1 (2nd Round) 1972 Penn 4, Drexel 0 (1st Round) Penn 3, Penn State 1 (2nd Round) Howard 2, Penn 0 (Quarterfinal) 1973 Penn 5, Temple 0 (1st Round) Penn 4, Penn State 0 (2nd Round) Clemson 1, Penn 0 (Quarterfinal) 1977 Penn State 5, Penn 1 (1st Round) 2002 Penn 1, Seton Hall 0 (1st Round) Connecticut 4, Penn 0 (2nd Round) To celebrate Penn men s soccer s centennial season in 2004, fans, friends and alumni voted on those student-athletes who were the best of the best over the course of the past 100 years. There was a tremendous response, and the top-15 student-athletes were chosen for the All-Century Team. The All-Century Team consisted of 11 All- Americans, seven All-Ivy League honorees, and four members of the Penn Athletics Hall of Fame. Combined, this team helped bring Penn four Ivy League championships, seven Intercollegiate Soccer League championships, and six NCAA Tournament appearances. The team was honored at the Penn Soccer Centennial Celebration on May 13, Members of Penn s All-Century Team All-Century Team Member Years Played Stephen H. Baumann Arthur Binns David Cardie Michael Constantino , Matthew Haefner Joseph Devaney Erik Hallenbeck William E. Linglebach John Reilly Donald Ries Charles R. Scott Stanley E. Startzell William E. Straub Gilbert Sitler Johann Stein Ivy League Championships (tied w/harvard) (tied w/harvard) (tied w/columbia) (tied w/dartmouth) PennAthletics.com 15

16 Archives Team Goals in a Season games (1972) Goals in a Game vs. Western Maryland (1930) Consecutive Wins Consecutive Wins in a Season Consecutive Games Unbeaten Shutouts in a Season Two times: 1973, 2002 Individual Scoring Points in a Career Steve Baumann ( ) Sean O Donnell ( ) Mike Constantino ( ) John Burke ( ) Tom Lieberman ( ) Points in a Season Steve Baumann (1972) Goals in a Career Townsend Anderson ( ) William Lingelbach ( ) Charles Kullman ( ) Duncan Spencer ( ) Sean O Donnell ( ) Mike Constantino ( ) Goals in a Season Three times: George MacPhee (1911); William Lingelbach (1924); George Otieno (1972) Goals in a Game Sam Vilmar (vs. Lehigh, 1944) Assists in a Career Steve Baumann ( ) John Burke ( ) Larry Houston ( ) Tom Lieberman ( ) Nick Pietrowski ( ) Assists in a Season Steve Baumann (1972) Assists in a Game Roger Lorberbaum (1967 vs. Swarthmore) Steve Baumann (1972 vs. Drexel) Nick Pietrowski (1978 vs. St. Joseph s) All-Time Records Lowest GAA Fewest Goals Allowed in Season Longest Shutout Streak 579: Highest Save Pct. in a Season Most Saves in a Season Goalkeeping Lowest GAA in a Season M. Haefner (2002, 15 gms) A. Spector (1971, 4 gms) Ted Isaacson (1967, 12 gms) Shutouts in a Season: Matthew Haefner (2002) Dino Pronchik (1973) Dan Cepero (2x: 2005, 06) Three times: Ted Isaacson (1967);......Jim Miller (1972); Jim Tabak (1980) Save Percentage in Single Season Matthew Haefner (2002) Jim Miller (1972) Longest Shutout Streak 459: Jim Miller (1972) Consecutive Shutouts Jim Miller (1972) Matthew Haefner (2002) Dan Cepero ( ; 2x in 2006) Shutouts in a Career Dan Cepero ( ) Mark Tepper ( ); Matthew Haefner ( ) Minutes in a Career 5750: Michael O Connor ( ) Minutes in a Season 1598: Matt Haefner (2002) 1584: Dan Cepero (2004) 1576: Jeff Groeber (2000) Saves in a Career Michael O Connor ( ) Saves in a Season Mike Moore (1981) Saves in a Game Mike Moore (1981) Akron Altoona Works American Angora A.W Army Ascension F.C Belmont C.C Bethlehem A.C Bethlehem Steel Boston University Brooklyn College Brown Central Florida California Cardington Clemson Colgate Coll. of Charleston Columbia Connecticut Cornell Cresent A.C Darby Y.M.C.A Dartmouth Delaware Delpark Dissron A.C Drexel Duquesne East Carolina E. Stroudsburg Englewood F.C Fairleigh Dickinson Fleischer A.C Florida International Florida Atlantic Frankford C.C Georgetown George Mason Germantown C.C Haddon Hall Hartwick Harvard Haverford H.M.S. Furious H.M.S. Manchester Holmesburg Howard James Madison Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Lighthouse B.C Loesch Loyola Maryland UMBC Marist Merchantville C.C Merion C.C Montclair Record vs. Opponents All-Time Coaching Records Moorestown F.C Muhlenberg Navy New York University Nicetown Baptists North Carolina Old Dominion P&R A.A Penn Mutual Penn State Philadelphia Co Philadelphia C.C Philadelphia Hummers Philadelphia Univ Players Club Princeton Prudential Insurance Co Puritans A.C Quaker City R. Co Richmond Rider Royal Navy Rutgers Saint Joseph s San Diego State San Francisco Seton Hall St. Carthage F.C St. Francis, Pa St. Mary s St. Victrix South Carolina South Florida Stanford Staten Island F.C Swarthmore Syracuse Temple Towson U.C. San Diego University of Toronto Ursinus Villanova Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Wanderers West Chester Western Maryland C.C Westown West Philadelphia C.C Wheaton College William & Mary Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wolfenden Yale All-Time opponents in bold. Years Coached Coach Record Win Pct Douglas Stewart , Charles R. Scott Arthur M. Binns Bob Seddon Steve Baumann George O Neill present Rudy Fuller Total Penn s first head coach, Douglas Stewart Penn Men s Soccer

17 If you have further information regarding letterwinners, please contact Penn Athletic Communications at (215) returners in bold. Abelson, Jon Aboitiz, Aitor J Ackrell, Michael K Adams Alexander, Daniel Allen, William A Allison, Steven J Altmeyer, Nicholas J Amelia, Bayard Amen, Keith M Anderson, Evan D Anderson, George Anderson, James M Anderson, Robert M Anderson, Townsend C Antoni, Erwin J Armbruster, Jurgen H Arrouet, Jean Marcel Atherton, Thomas Bachik, Aaron B Badal, Robert Bailey, Nicholas W Balderston, C. Canby Baldwin Balfour, Robin F Bamford, Ralph. C Barba, Horace Barclay, Charles W Barfoot, Harry N Barlow, Christopher J Baron, Irvin Baron, Milton Barrios, Richard J Bartholomew, Arthur Bartolino, Thomas D Baruch, Richard F Baudouin, John S Baugh, Josh Baumann, Stephen H Bean, Gilbert L Beard, David Beard, William K. Jr Beatty, B. Harper Beck, Royal E. Jr Becker, Bruce C Bell, John C. Jr Bell, John C. III Bellingham, Walter L , 1985 Beigel, Daniel P.T Berguido, Carlos Betancourt, Brian A Bieler, Warren D Bierman, Norman F Biggs, Andrew J Bilello, Joseph Bingham, Elisha J Binns, Arthur M Binns, Joseph P Black, Michael A Black, E. Newbold III Blackwell, Jonathan M Blackwell, Morgan P Blair, Branch P , Blair, Harry G Bleby, Charles W Boggs, Jared C , Bohner, Robert J Bollers, Louis E. J Bonder, David J Boos, Hans F Born, John Borozzi, John L Bosman, John A Botch, Thomas F Boyer, Donald S Bradford, Kossouth E Brandschain, Joseph Brannigan, Patrick S Braude, Michael E Breuer, Thomas J Bricker, John Henry Briggs, David B Brooks, Stephen B. Jr Broome, Roger E Brown, Brian R Brown, Dean W Brown, Reginald M Brown, Samuel H Brownback, Walter , 1930 Browne, Sibby A Bruno, John Brushett, Richard , 2005 Buck, Louis P. III Bull, Duncan H Bullitt, Orville Jr Burg, Harvey M Burke, John R Burke, Spencer Burkholder, John A Burns, Raymond M Buss, Dennis C Buswell, Robert L Butcher, McBee Buten, David Butz, John Buzby, William D. Jr Calamore, David J Calder, James N Caldwell, William A. Jr Callahan, Robert L Callahan, William J , 1963 Campbell, Melvin H Candler, Brian , 2004 Cara, Carlos A Cardie, David J Carnett, J. Berton Carson, Hampton L Casey, Sean T Castle, James M. Jr Caturani, Arthur Cavanaugh, Donald L Cepero, Daniel Chalfen, Richard M Chamovitz, Samuel E Chandler, Brian Chang, Thomas B , 1933 Chanin, Ross D Channell, Albert B Chase, Harold B Chen, Henry C Cheney, James B Chesser, Andrew Chester, Peter T Child, Henry L Choi, David Y Clark, Gordon R Clark, Randall L Clark, Warner Cleaver, Kevin Clifford, Henry C Coates, William C Cobb, Francis Cohen, Aaron D Cohen, Eric D Cohen, Steven M , 1997 Colegrove, Samuel V , 1946 Coleman, Allan C Collins, Benjamin Colquhoun, Robert F Constantino, Michael , Cooper Copeland, Bradley R Copeland, James M Copple, Michael Costello, Albert G Cowperthwaite, Robert Crawford, James Crockett, John G Crockett, Lawrence C Crowell, Francis Jay Crum, Stephen M Curley, Frederick N Curry, Hugh R Cushman, Rufus Czako, Gabor Dahme, Jerome R. Jr Dahood, Michael Dambis, Ligonis Daniels, Leonard S , 1976 Dario, Bruno M Darrow, G. Potter Dath, Emile J Davis, Dale B Davis, Daniel I Davis, E. Hunter Davis, George L Davis, Lee D Davis, Robert L Dea, Robert A DeBruyker, John E Decker, John C. Jr DeGaudenzi, Richard Dehkan, Parviz Delaney, Edward J , Delaney, John B Deng, Austin M DePasquale, John A Depman, Albert J Devaney, Joseph L David, Dlae B Dewees Dewey, Charles E Diallo, Mamadou PennAthletics.com Penn Men s Soccer All-Time Captains H.M. Morris P.M. Keating Edward Wood, Sr Maurice A. Webster Albert W. B. Penn Harold B. Chase William E. Jomes John C. Bell, Jr John C. Bell, Jr Clement B. Webster John C. Hirst, II Joseph F. Mohr William L. Nassau, Jr Carlos Berguido William L. Nassau, Jr Arthur Binns E. Paul Patton Bayard Amelia James M. Castle William Linglebach, Jr Hans Boos William F. MacDonald Gerald West Robert L. Linglebach Thomas Hruslinski Charles W. Woolever Charles A. Kullman John E. Reilly Robert P. Wands Ramon V. Gonzalez Charles R. Scott E. Craig Sweeten William Kozloff Ridgeway Foust John C. Decker, Jr Robert W. Partridge Arthur F. Caturani Peter T. Chester Marcial Llano Marcial Llano W. E. Woods, Robert M. Ketchum Brance P. Blair Wilson Greenwood David Townsend Walter B. Lownes III Robert Colquohoun Paul V. Marcuson Robert M. Anderson John Bruno Frederic Tucker Robert Hennessy James O Neill Rich Tyrrell Walter Schroth Richard Williams John Jerbasi Charles Kalme Christian MacPherson Louis P. Buck George Ralph Robert Finney James R. Griswold Robert Dea Louis Miller Louis Miller Everett Sturman Andrew Gibson Arthur Swanson John Vroman Stan Startzell Tom Lieberman Bob Watkins James Miller Bill Straub Steve Baumann Don Ries Ron Stockman John Borozzi Tom Bartolino Peter Dickstein Tom Dooley Paul Toomey Brad Hunt Sean O Donnell Glen Etter Rick Barrios Andy Donally Nick Pietrowski Dave Miller, Ed McGinnis Bruce Becker Kevin Kinnevy J.B. Delaney Chris Van Note Coleman O Donovan Chris Van Note Coleman O Donovan Chris Van Note Chris Paggi Jack Dies Paul Rubincam Keith Stoetzer Rich Baruch John Martin Mark Tepper Rich Baruch John Martin Mark Tepper Bill Keravouri Glenn Meininger Ebun Garner Mike Gomez Keith Amen Andrew Kralik Steve Marcinkiewicz Andrew Kralik Steve Marcinkiewicz Brad Copeland Read Goodwin Morgan Blackwell Brad Copeland Read Goodwin Jared Boggs Ralph Maier Mike O Connor Reginald Brown Mike O Connor Henry Chen Evan Anderson Sam Chamovitz John Salvucci Robb Jankura Nathan Kennedy Alex Maasry Erik Hallenbeck Matt Haefner Stephen Kroculick Erik Hallenback Stephen Kroculick Jon Abelson John Rhodes Dan Cepero Derek Hobson Jeffrey Livingston Keith Vereb All-Time Letterwinners

18 Dickstein, Peter M , 1976 Dies, John W Dieterle, Frederick C Dillaway, Theodore Jr DiMarino, Anthony Disston Dixon, John Doak, William C Donnally, Andrew J Donner, Christopher S Dooley, Thomas W Dougherty, William J Dowlin, Cornell M Dowlin, John S Downs, Ellason Downs, Robert N Downs, James R. W Driscoll, Edward F Dudkin, Oleg Duffy, John W. Jr Dunstan, Thomas J Duyan, Joshua S Dwyer, William D Edwards, Ted Edmonds, Bruce C Eidem, Christian F Eierman, Frederick J Elicker, John Elliott, Edward L , Engelhardt, Max R , 1995 Estrada,Justin , 2004 Etter, Glenn C Eve, Warren Ewing Exelbert, Eric Fagan, Robert Faigle, Jeffrey D Fenimore, Richard L Fenn, Albert W. B Fenwick, Andrew Ferry, Philip Andrew Finney, Robert G Fischer Fisher, Christopher Fletcher, John J Foote, Brian M Foulke, G.R. Jr Forbes, William Ford, Scott C Formoso, Santiago F Foust, Clement C Foust, George C Foust, Ridgeway Fraser, Robert H Fraser, Robert H Frazier, Robert Frazier, W. West III ,1913 French, David L Fuglestad, Robert Funari, Gary J ,1978 Galbraith, William J Galoppo, Michael A , Gardella, John Garner, Ebun S Gebert, George R Gelman, Andrew Genden, Harvey Gentle, James C Germain, Easton B Gervin, Robert M. III Gewurtz, Gustav Gibbons, Edmund G Gibson, Andrew M Gilchrist, Clement P Gildred, Henry L Girwin, John A Gold, Jeffrey S Gomez, Michael A Gonzalez, Ramon V Goodelll, William N Goodfellow, Arthur Goodwin, Read M Gordon, Joseph K Goudy, John N. Jr Graef, Henry P , 1976 Graham, Frank D Graham, Frank H Grammerstorf, Jan P Green, Donald R Greenwood, Wilson Greiss, Frank Grendi, Alex Gribbin, John T Griefen, Michael Grimditch, William Jr Griscom, Lloyd P. Jr Griswold, James R Groeber, Jeffrey M , Gulla, Benjamin Gutierrez, Gustavo Haefner, Matthew Halak, Brian K Hallenbeck, Erik Hallenbeck, Prentiss Halstead, A. Frederick Hamilton, Damon D Hammond, George T Hardwick, Gordon Harle, E Harrell, Kenneth M , 1990 Harris, John M Harris, Morrison Harrison, Earl Harrison, Paul Harrison, Paul Harshbarger, David Haug, John R Haviland, Bancroft Haywood, Joseph G Healy, Michael E Heim, Louis Heller, Kenneth A Hemphill, Alexander Hennessy, Robert B Henry, William R Henrickson, Carl A Herrmann, William Jr Hess, John W Hickok, Robert L. Jr Hill, Jaime A , 1958 Hiller, Lucas P Hirst, John C. II Hirst, John C. III Hobson, Derek L Hobson, Wilson Hoerr, Glenn W Holmes, Wesley T Hooker, John S Hopewell, James W Hopkins, Granville B Hopkins, Johns , 1915 Hopkins, J.I Horton, Joshua H Hough Hough, Charles , 1947 Houghton, Fairchild Houston, David Houston, Lawrence S Horner, Arthur C Houston, Henry H. II Howard, Charles Howchien Howell, George Hoyle, Harry Hritz, Andrew M Hruslinski, Thomas C Hsu, Sui L Huebner, John M Huebner, Matthew J Huggins, Joseph E Hughes, Thomas A Hull, Edward C Humbert, Peter C , 1964 Hunt, Bradley T Hunter Hunter, Alan Jr Hurley, Francis E Husband, Alexander P Huster, Frank J Hutchison, Thomas C Igler, Edward R Ingalls, Jay M Irving, James Issacson, Ted R Jacobs Jankura, Robb James Jerbasi, John T Johnston, David T Jones, Gary L Jones, Philip M Jones, William E Jordan, James J Jumper, Derrick Kalme, Charles I Kamber, Jonathan B Kan, Christopher V Kane Karageorge, Jason P Kasabach, Peter H Kavanaugh, Daniel J Keating, P. M Keay, Alan K. Jr Keenan, Walter Francis Keller, Robert Keller, Thomas E Kelly, Percy Kempf, Florian G Kennedy, Nathan Kennedy, Richard J Keravuori, William H Ketchum, Robert M Kimmel, Jeffrey M Kindleberger, Charles King, David King, Douglas Kinnevy, Kevin Kite, J. Sellers Klein, Joseph C Klein, Michael Kline, William Kneedler, Howard Korzeniowski, Walter Kovacs, Alexander D Kozloff, Henry H Kozloff, William Kralik, Andrew S Krick, Robert Kroculick, Stephen D Kroll, Greg P Kroupa, George Jr Kullman, Charles A Kurland, Jonathan J Kwon, Chet Kyprios, Manuel A Kynett, Harold H. Jr Laird, Alexander Lamont, Merrill G. Jr , 1977 Lange, Richard A Larco, Patrick A , 1996 Latimer, Robert F Lazar, Louis J Lazarus, Earl Albert Learsey, Raymond Lee, Charles R Lee, Lothrop Lee, Meredith T Lee, William Leeds Leeds, Henry W Lehman, Ted H Leister, Max H. Jr , 1939 Leo, Michael F , 1995 Levitan, Dean B Lewis, Leroy Libby, William Lieberman, Thomas R Linglebach, Robert L Linglebach, William E Linkoff, Bernard Lipkin, Leonard E Litterelle, Justin Livingston, Jeffrey Llano, Marcial Llerena, Juan C Logan, Francis J.C Lorberbaum, Roger Low, Zehnder Lownes, Walter B. III Lucine, Albert A Lynch, Richard T McConnell, John E McCracken, Charles K , 1949 McCracken, Stewart McDougald, Timothy C McElroy, N. Crenshaw MvElwain, Michael W McFadden, Barclay McGinnis, Edward K McIntosh, W. James McKinley, C. Scott McKinley, David W McLaughlin, Edward McMahon, Richard Jr MacAllister, James T MacDonald, Robert MacDonald, William F MacInnes, Charles E MacIver, James M MacKenzie, Roderick MacKenzie, Roland B MacPhee, George MacPherson, Christian Maasry, Alexander N Madeira, Edward W. Jr Maier, David L Maier, Peter M Maier, Ralph J Mains Makowsky, Jerome Mandato, Vincent N Mandel, Eric Mannino, Peter Mansouri, Freydon Marcinkiewicz, Steven Marcuson, Paul V Maris, Henry M Marsh, Patrick L Martin, John K Martin, John S Mastrodonato, Anthony Mataya, Paul T Matlack, Charles Matthews, C. Harvey Mauro, Timothy C Mayall, Gerald Mayer, Lester R Mazetti, Steven Mazetti, Timothy A Mearns, James H Megear, Thomas Meininger, Glenn R Merrick, Samuel V Mershon, Don A , 1956 Messaros, David W Miller, David W Miller, Edward H Miller, James H Miller, Louis H Miller, Paul Miller, Rowland F Miller, Walter P Mincher, Elmo C Mitchell, James F Moffly, John W. III , 1915 Mohr, Joseph F Moller, Herbert W Montane, Jorge A Montenegro, Joao Montgomery, Archibald Moore, Michael L Moore, Thomas M Moran, John Moro, Joseph Morton, Archie S Morrin, Richard N Morris, H.M Morris, William L Morse, Andrew D Mueller, George E Muir, Jesse H. Jr , 1938 Mulcahy, Paul N Murphy, Derek V Murphy, Russell Murrel, James W Naughton, David W Nassau, William Jr Neall, Paul V Nelson, Christopher T Neprash, Serge P Nguyen, Huan C Nill, Frederic W Nolte, Frederick C Nyamuswa, Gilbert M Oakey, Volker G O Brien, Jean-Marc O Connor, Michael M O Connor, Michael S O Donnell, Sean W O Donovan, Coleman A O Farrell, Joseph I Letterwinners 2007 Penn Men s Soccer

19 O Malley, Kevin J Omsberg, Eric P O Neill, James J Otieno, George Pagel, Alex John Paggi, Christopher L Palm, Henry Panaro, Donald F Pancoast, Norman R Papoulis, James Partridge, Glenn R Partridge, Richard J Partridge, Robert Patterson, John N Patterson, Russel H Patterson, Walter Patton, E. Paul , 1921 Payette, Scott C Peale Peele, Henry W. Jr , 1942 Pennell, Clarence E , Pennell, Samuel H Penny, David A Pepper Pepper, David H Perloff, Earl Perti, Donato Petrovich, Mark J Philips, Edward Philler, William W Piccagli, Antonio E Pietrowski, Nicholas J Pillard, Gary F , 1965 Pinheiro, Jack Plumley, Brent Ponte, Jose F Porch, David G Porch, Ryan Pratt, Thomas P Pritchard, Donald B Pronchick, Danilo E Ragan, Philip E Ragan, Richard R Ralph, George J Ramsey, H. Nedwell Read, Walter N Redington, Edgar H Redington, Harvey W Reeder, William T Reese, Julian Regele, Joseph F Reilly, John C Remer, Robert C Repetto, Philip L Rhodes, Jeffrey J Rhodes, John Richmond, Hiram Jr Rieger, Charles C. Jr Ries, Donald L Rigden, Ken E Robb, Henry B. Jr Roberti, James J Robinson, Thomas Rockett, Howard G Rodriquez, U.C Rogers, Guy M Roland, Seth L Root, Austin F Rosenthal, Edwin Rovelli, Jose A Rubincam, Paul R. III Rusche, Timothy M , 1996 Sacksteder, John D Sallade, Ronald N Salmann, Jacob A Salvucci, John D Sarvennick, Herbert Saunders, John S Saunders, Stephen J , 1987 Schall, George Schlossberg, Ronald B Schmidt, Michael J , 1995 Schnydman, Samuel R Schoff, Stephen A Schopback Schroeder, William Jr , 1977 Schroth, Raymond Schroth, Walter Schuler, Russell C Schwab, Daniel A Schwartz, Marc P Scott, Alan R Scott, Charles R Scott, T. Gordon Sensenig, Christian Sensenig, David M Severini, Nicholas L Sexton, Gregory V Shada, Peter R Shannon, Spencer Shapiro, Brad E Sharpless, Ashbridge Shelmire, Gerald Y Shiels, Mark G Shoemaker Skokoufandeh, Omid Siminof, George S Simon, Marc H Simonds, Christopher Simpson, Frank H Sims, Joseph P Singleton, Michael J Sitler, Gilbert A Skyprykevich, Peter W Sleght, John N Smith, Harry Smoke, Jason C Snyder, Raymond C Snyder, Charles , 2005 Sobel, Richard G Sohmer, Robert H , 1942 Soorikian, Levon Spector, Alexander Spencer, Duncan M , Spendido, Armand Squire, Hooten G Stapleton, Robert J Startzell, Stanley E Steeble, William H Stein, Johann Stein, John E Steinmetz, John R Stepanow, Narma Stern, Matt J Stevens, Raymond Stewart, Charles F Stewart, James R Stine, Richard Stockmann, Ronald F Stockwell, Melville C Stoetzer, Keith A Stone, Ian S Stone, Warren Stone, Warren Tutt Story, Howard C Straub, Frederick M Straub, William E Strickland, Robert Struse, Clayton Stuppel, Louis , Sturman, Everett Sturtevant, Peter M Sullivan, Brandon Q Sullivan, Edward M Sussel, Alan I Swain, Joseph W. Jr Swanson, Arthur Sweeten, E. Craig Sweeten, Frank , Tabak, James Templeton, John Tepper, Mark K Thayer, Edmund T Thayer, John B , 1915 Thompson, Charles I Thompson, Edward S Thompson, James A Thomson, John B Tighe, Kevin E Tinsman, James H Togba, Joseph N Toomey, Paul A , Torres, Carlos J ,2001 Townsend, David D , Tracy, Ryan Treat, Frederick Jr Trigg, Robert C Troullos, Emanuel S Tucker, Frederick A Tyo, J. Scott Tyrell, Richard G Underwood, Edward Unger, Kevin Urffer, Jonathan M Van Eesteren, Balten Van Kuyk, Jan Willem Van Note, Chris J Varela, Carlos C Vauclain, Andre C Vaughan, Arthur R. Jr Vereb, Keith Vigiano, Damon C Vilmar, Samuel Violante, Erik Vittas, Nicholas S Vogt, Bruno E Vollmer, Carl S Vollmer, J. Fred Vondercrome, Charles Vroman, John Waddell, Matthew J , Walton, C.C Walp, Winston W Wands, Robert P Wands, Thomas F Ward, Thomas M Wardle, George M , 1955 Warren, George P. Jr Warren, Roy M , 1930 Wasserman, James C Watkins, John , 1968 Watkins, Robert Watson Waxman, Alan S Wean, Samuel Weber, Clifford D Webster Webster, Clement B Webster, Maurice A Weigand, David B Weinberg, Paul Weiner, David F Weiss, C Weiss, Ethan George , 1955 Wells, Tom Welsh, David P Welsh, D. Patrick Welsh, William A Wende, Hamilton Wertimer, Peter Wessman, Robert West, Gerald B Whelan, Richard Q Whitenack, Stephen Whittaker, Phillip N Whitten, David D Widdowes Wight, Norman B Williams, Daniel M Williams, Richard C Wilder, George D Wilmeth, Clyde Wilkinson, W.C Wilson, C. Colket Winokur, Jeffrey M Witt, Arno K Wolman, Herbert P Wood, Edward F. R Wood, Eugene A Wood, F.R Wood, E Wood, Homer Wood, William M Woods, Walter E Woolever, Charles Wozencroft, Peter Wright, William P Yarnall, Alexander B Yarnall, Charlton II Yost, Charles Walter Young, Wilson , 1950 Youngblood, Russell Yozell, Peter S Zandi, Peter P Zekas, William J Junior Joshua Baugh is a two- year letterwinner and scored a goal vs. Harvard last season. 19 PennAthletics.com Penn Men s Soccer

20 Facilities Rhodes Field The athletic and academic successes of Fuller s teams, along with that of the women s soccer program, have energized the proud tradition of Penn soccer. The alumni of the Red and Blue showed their approval through support and generosity highlighted by the 2002 christening of Penn Soccer s new home Rhodes Field. The new stadium was dedicated at Homecoming on Nov. 2, 2002 after $1 million was raised in the three years prior. Rhodes Field s beautiful brick facade with elevated spectator seating for 650 and the Rapaport Family Suite makes the facility one of the top soccer facilities in the Ivy League and one of the best in the country. Lights were added at the during the 2005 season. The return of nighttime soccer brought rave reviews from the packed crowds in an exciting atmosphere at home games. The installation of the floodlights were made possible by the generosity of Marc Rapaport W 79. The grass playing surface is continuously and meticulously maintained with only collegiate soccer contests permitted on the field throughout the year. Set beneath the Philadelphia skyline on the west bank of the Schuylkill River, Rhodes Field is easy to walk to from Penn s main campus, as well as to drive to from various highways Penn Soccer Classic Penn again welcomes three of the region s best team to Rhodes Field for the 2007 Penn Soccer Classic on Sept. 15 and 17. This year s Classic will see the Quakers play Hartwick Friday and La Salle in the first Philadelphia Soccer Seven game of the season on Sunday. Lafayette will participate but will not match up against Penn. The Quakers have won the last three Classic titles, dispatching Duquesne, Fairleigh Dickinson, Lehigh, Saint Joseph s, South Carolina and Villanova by a combined score of 12-2 in that time Penn Soccer Classic Schedule Sept. 15 Lafayette vs. La Salle, 5 p.m. Penn vs. Hartwick, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 Lafayette vs. Hartwick, Noon Penn vs. La Salle, 2:30 p.m Penn Men s Soccer

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