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3 2014 Creighton Men s Soccer 2014 Quick Facts Creighton University Information Location Omaha, Neb. Founded 1878 Enrollment 8,019 Nickname Bluejays Colors Blue & White President Timothy R. Lannon, S.J. Director of Athletics Bruce Rasmussen Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference BIG EAST Bluejay Soccer Head Coach Elmar Bolowich Alma Mater Mainz, 1981 Career Record (25 years) Record at CU (Three years) Assistant Coach Johnny Torres Alma Mater Creighton, 2008 Assistant Coach Justin Hughes Alma Mater North Carolina, 2006 Graduate Assistant TJ Burns Alma Mater Creighton, 2011 Home Field Michael G. Morrison, S.J., Stadium Capacity 7, Overall Record BIG EAST Record / Finish / 5th Letterwinners Returning / Lost 15 / 5 Starters Returning / Lost 8 / 3 Goalkeepers Returning / Lost 1 / 1 Conference Regular-Season Titles , 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 Conference Tournament Titles , 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012 NCAA Tournament Appearances , 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 NCAA College Cup Appearances , 2000, 2002, 2011, 2012 Sports Information Asst. SID / Soccer Contact Jeremy Strachan Office Phone Cell Phone Sports Information Director Rob Anderson Office Phone Asst. SID Glen Sisk Office Phone Press Box or 3564 Sports Information FAX Ticket Office JAYS Athletic Website GoCreighton.com Conference Website BIGEAST.com Introduction Table of Contents & Quick Facts 1 Why Creighton? 2-4 BIG EAST Conference 5 Bluejays in the Pros 6-7 Morrison Stadium 8 Rasmussen Fitness & Sports Center Roster Season Outlook 11 Meet the Bluejays Head Coach Elmar Bolowich Assistant Coach Johnny Torres 14 Assistants Justin Hughes & TJ Burns 15 David Abidor 16 Alex Bolowich 17 Sean Kim 18 Zabarle Kollie 19 Jose Ribas 20 Christian Blandon & Fernando Castellanos 21 Eric DeJulio & Myles Englis 22 Brendan Hines-Ike & Vincent Keller 23 Mike Paye & Timo Pitter 24 Connor Sparrow & Fabian Herbers 25 Michael Kluver, Ricardo Perez & Alex Prusa 26 Jacob Cini, Noah Franke & Jovan Gorman-Carter 27 Mitch LaGro, Ricky Lopez-Estin & Blake McNelis 28 Dante Spinelli & Lucas Stauffer Season Review 2013 Statistics Results & Final Polls Review & Honors Opponents Opponent Information All-Time Series Results Table of Contents Record Book All-Time Honors Year-by-Year Statistics & Coaching Ledger 43 Year-by-Year Leaders 44 Bluejay Records Morrison Stadium Records 47 NCAA Tournament Teams NCAA Tournament Results 57 All-Time Roster 58 Year-By-Year Scores General Information Creighton University Omaha, Neb. 64 Creighton Administration 65 Student-Athlete Support 66 Athletics Staff Directory 67 Media Information 68 1

4 Q: Why Creighton? Creighton has appeared in 21 of the last 22 NCAA Tournaments, including 17 straight between 1992 and 2008, one of just four teams to make every tournament in that span. Creighton has advanced to the College Cup in 1996, 2000, 2002, 2011 and Creighton has captured 13 conference tournament championships: 2012, 2011, 2008, 2006, 2005, 2002, 2000, 1998, 1997, 1995, 1994, 1993, Creighton has captured 12 regular-season conference titles: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2003, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, College Cup Eight former CU men s soccer players and coaches have been inducted into the Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame in the last 13 years. Creighton annually ranks among NCAA leaders in attendance, including the top-10 in each of the last 10 seasons. With Jose Gomez and Andrew Ribeiro each earning First Team honors in 2012, 17 Jays have achieved NSCAA All-America honors. In 2014, a state-of-the-art weight room opened inside the Championship Center, located just steps from Morrison Stadium. Creighton does not compete in football, making soccer a popular fall sport on campus with strong fan support and large attendance. All-Americans Champions A: Soccer tradition NCAA Tourney

5 Q: Why Creighton? In recent years, the Bluejays were featured in nationally-televised matches on ESPN, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports Net, Big Ten Network and CBS College Sports. Exposure A dozen Jays have earned conference Player of the Year honors, including Jose Gomez in 2012 and Ethan Finlay in 2010 and Nine Bluejays have claimed conference Defensive Player of the Year recognition, including Andrew Ribeiro in 2012 and the program s only two-time winner, Matt Allen ( ). Forty-nine Jays have earned 80 First Team all-conference honors. CU assistant coach Johnny Torres was named the National Player of the Year in 1996 and Creighton is the only school in college soccer to have at least one player selected in each of the MLS Drafts held since The Bluejays had two players drafted in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. National P.O.Y. Fifty Bluejays have gone on to play professional soccer since 1993, including 15 in the last seven seasons. Creighton has produced 33 MLS Draft picks since The Bluejays are (.825) at home since 1990, including (.800) at Morrison Stadium and (.838) in conference play at the facility. Johnny Torres Morrison Stadium s Field Turf Revolution all-weather surface is in perfect condition year round, allowing an ideal feel for training and game play. Ethan Finlay Stadium Professionals A: Soccer excellence

6 Q: Why Creighton? Creighton University has been recognized nationally as one of the top campuses for wireless access, a top-ranked university by U.S. News and World Report for 20 years and a best-neighbor urban university. With a student:faculty ratio of 11:1 and an average class size of 24, Creighton students find it easy to get to know their professors. The 139-acre Creighton campus is within walking distance from downtown Omaha. The campus size makes it easy to walk from residence halls to classes, to the dining halls and to Morrison Stadium. The campus has undergone extensive expansion and remodeling, resulting in townhome style residence halls for upperclassmen and on-campus athletics facilities, among other projects. Community The Rasmussen Fitness and Sports Center opened in October of 2012 and is utilized as an indoor practice facility by Creighton s soccer teams. In 2014 the Championship Center opened on the east campus athletic/fitness/recreation corridor. The 43,000 square-foot Championship Center relocates Athletics from the Vinardi Center/Old Gym, freeing up that space for future use by the University. Omaha is home to five Fortune 500 headquarters and is one of the wealthiest per capita cities in the nation, making future opportunities in the area inviting. Campus Omaha A: Academic excellence Scholar-Athletes

7 Creighton University officially became a member of the BIG EAST Conference at 12:01 a.m. on July 1, The season will be Creighton s second in the league. Creighton, along with fellow newcomers Butler and Xavier, joined a BIG EAST that retained DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Seton Hall, Providence, Villanova and St. John s. The partnership was announced on March 20, 2013, in New York. The academic year will be the 36th in the history of the BIG EAST, a league synonymous with men s basketball that has evolved into a well-rounded league that competes nationally at the highest level in sports across the board. BIG EAST basketball squads have captured 13 titles in the last 15 years, including men s (Louisville) and women s (Connecticut) hoop titles in Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 36 national championships in six different sports and 140 student-athletes have won individual national titles through All 10 schools reside within a top-75 media market, including eight schools in a top-35 market. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from the original seven-school alliance. Athletic conference participation goes beyond the courts and playing fields. We see an opportunity for greatness, and we believe this new affiliation will enhance the visibility of the University through increased national exposure, improving our ability to recruit exemplary students and faculty and cultivate philanthropic opportunities. Creighton President Timothy R. Lannon, S.J. BIG EAST Conference We feel that joining the BIG EAST Conference gives us a greater opportunity to recruit, retain, develop, and graduate outstanding students and outstanding student-athletes. We know that continued success and excellence in each of our athletics programs will not be easy. We chose to join the BIG EAST not because it will be easy to be successful, we know it will be difficult. At Creighton University, we believe that goals that are difficult to achieve are the most worthwhile. Creighton Athletic Director Bruce Rasmussen 5

8 Bluejays in the Pros Active Bluejays on 2014 MLS Rosters Chris Schuler Real Salt Lake Creighton ( ) Brian Mullan Colorado Rapids Creighton ( ) Mehdi Ballouchy Vamcouver Whitecaps FC Creighton (2002) Ethan Finlay Columbus Crew Creighton ( ) Seth Sinovic Sporting Kansas City Creighton ( ) Eric Miller Montreal Impact Creighton ( ) All-Time Bluejays in MLS Player Team(s) Player Team(s) Mehdi Ballouchy Real Salt Lake, Colorado Rapids, New York Richard Mulrooney San Jose Earthquakes, FC Dallas, Red Bulls, San Jose Earthquakes, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Houston Dynamo Steve Bernal Dallas Burn, Chicago Fire Julian Nash San Jose Earthquakes, Houston Dynamo Andrew Duran Seattle Sounders Ross Paule Colorado Rapids, N.Y./N.J. Metrostars, Ethan Finlay Columbus Crew Columbus Crew Daniel Hernandez Los Angeles Galaxy, N.Y/N.J. Metrostars, Andrew Peterson Columbus Crew Tampa Bay Mutiny, New England Revolution, FC Dallas Tyler Polak New England Revolution Lance Hill Colorado Rapids Andrew Ribeiro Chivas USA Brian Holt Philadelphia Union Angel Rivillo Dallas Burn Greg Jordan Philadelphia Union Brett Rodriguez San Jose Earthquakes Ryan Junge Columbus Crew Chris Schuler Real Salt Lake Brian Kamler D.C. United, Miami Fusion, N.Y/N.J. Metrostars, Seth Sinovic New England Revolution, Sporting Kansas City New England Revolution, Real Salt Lake Johnny Torres New England Revolution, Chicago Fire, Michael Kraus Kansas City Wizards Miami Fusion Eric Miller Montreal Impact David Wagenfuhr FC Dallas Brian Mullan Los Angeles Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes, Houston Dynamo, Colorado Rapids 6

9 Player Team Matt Allen Bryne (Norway) FK Sandefjord (Norway) Johnny Anderson Kansas City Attack Mehdi Ballouchy Real Salt Lake, Colorado Rapids, New York Red Bulls, San Jose Earthquakes, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Steve Bernal Dallas Burn, Chicago Fire Milwaukee Wave United Michael Byrne Toulon (France) Keith DeFini Kansas City Attack Jeff Deist Cleveland Crunch Luiz Del Monte Auckland City FC Andrew Duran Seattle Sounders Billy Duranceau Milwaukee Wave Ray Ferri Dallas Sidekicks Houston Hotshots Ethan Finlay Columbus Crew Mike Gabb Syracuse Salty Dogs Andrei Gotsmanov Minnesota Thunder NSC Minnesota Jaime Harris Brussels (Belgium) Peter Henning Milwaukee Wave United Daniel Hernandez Los Angeles Galaxy, N.Y/N.J. Metrostars, Tampa Bay Mutiny, New England Revolution, FC Dallas Geoff Huber San Francisco Bay Seals San Diego Flash, Rajpracha FC (Thailand) Lance Hill New Orleans Rivermen Colorado Rapids Pietari Holopainen FC Haka Brian Holt Philadelphia Union, Reading United A.C., Harrisburg City Islanders Greg Jordan Philadelphia Union Ryan Junge Columbus Crew, Omaha Vipers Brian Kallman Minnesota Thunder NSC Minnesota Brian Kamler D.C. United Miami Fusion, N.Y/N.J. Metrostars New England Revolution, Real Salt Lake Michael Kraus Kansas City Wizards Brian Kamler Sixth Round (60th overall) by D.C. United Bluejays in the Pros Paul Lekics Richmond Strikers Brian McTighe Kansas City Attack Christian Michner Colorado Rapids San Jose Clash, S.F. Bay Seals, Seattle Sounders, El Paso Patriots, San Diego Flash Eric Miller Montreal Impact Ishmael Mintah Charlotte Eagles Long Island Rough Riders Brian Mullan Los Angeles Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes, Houston Dynamo, Colorado Rapids Richard Mulrooney San Jose Earthquakes FC Dallas, Houston Dynamo Julian Nash Houston Dynamo, San Jose Earthquakes Chris Nieroda Rockford Raptors Tony Odorisio FC KooTeePee (Finland) Ross Paule Colorado Rapids N.Y./N.J. Metrostars, Columbus Crew Andrew Peterson Cleveland City Stars Columbus Crew, Minnesota Thunder Tyler Polak New England Revolution Zion Renfurm New Orleans Storm Atlanta Silverbacks Andrew Ribeiro Chivas USA, Pittsburgh Riverhounds Angel Rivillo Tennessee Rhythm Dallas Burn, Milwaukee Wave Brett Rodriguez San Jose Earthquakes Chris Schuler AC St. Louis Real Salt Lake Seth Sinovic New England Revolution Sporting Kansas City Johnny Torres New England Revolution Chicago Fire, Miami Fusion, Minnesota Thunder Milwaukee Wave United, Omaha Vipers Mike Tranchilla Rochester Rhinos David Wagenfuhr Milwaukee Wave United FC Dallas David Wright Pittsburgh Riverhounds, Rochester Rhinos Tom Zawislan Friska Viljor (Sweden) Toronto Lynx (Canada) Professional Leagues include: Major League Soccer; United Soccer League; Major Indoor Soccer League; Foreign Leagues MLS Draft Picks David Wagenfuhr Fourth Round (31st overall) by Dallas Burn Bluejays in the Pros Former Bluejays Brian Mullan (top) and Richard Mulrooney (bottom) have trained and earned caps with the U.S. National Team. Sergio Castillo Supplemental Second Round (25th overall) by Houston Dynamo Lance Hill th Round (102nd overall) by Colorado Rapids Ross Paule Second Round (11th overall) by Colorado Rapids Johnny Torres First Round (5th overall) by New England Revolution Richard Mulrooney First Round (3rd overall) by the San Jose Clash David Wright Third Round (25th overall) by Miami Fusion Steve Bernal Third Round (34th overall) by Dallas Burn Tom Zawislan Fifth Round (50th overall) by K.C. Wizards Angel Rivillo Sixth Round (70th overall) by Dallas Burn Brian Mullan First Round (9th overall) by Los Angeles Galaxy Ishmael Mintah Sixth Round (69th overall) by Los Angeles Galaxy Mike Tranchilla Fourth Round (34th overall) by Dallas Burn Julian Nash Fourth Round (40th overall) by FC Dallas Brett Rodriguez Supplemental First Round (5th overall) by San Jose Earthquakes Matt Wieland Supplemental Fourth Round (47th overall) by New England Revolution Ryan Junge Supplemental Second Round (15th overall) by Columbus Crew Michael Kraus Supplemental Fourth Round (48th overall) by Kansas City Wizards Matt Allen Third Round (34th overall) by Los Angeles Galaxy Tony Schmitz Fourth Round (52nd overall) by D.C. United Tim Bohnenkamp Supplemental Second Round (15th overall) by San Jose Earthquakes Andrei Gotsmanov Second Round (24th overall) by New England Revolution Seth Sinovic Second Round (25th overall) by New England Revolution Chris Schuler Third Round (39th overall) by Real Salt Lake 7 Ethan Finlay First Round (10th overall) by Columbus Crew Andrew Duran First Round (15th overall) by Seattle Sounders Tyler Polak Second Round (22nd overall) by New England Revolution Greg Jordan Second Round (32nd overall) by Philadelphia Union Jose Gomez Supplemental Second Round (38th overall) by Toronto FC Andrew Ribeiro Supplemental Fourth Round (70th overall) by New York Red Bulls Eric Miller First Round (5th overall) by Montreal Impact Zach Barnes Third Round (56th overall) by D.C. United

10 Morrison Stadium The Bluejays at Home Overall Overall Conference Conference Year Record Home Record Home Creighton did not field a team from The Creighton soccer program entered a new era in 2003 with the opening of an on-campus soccer facility, the Michael G. Morrison, S.J., Stadium. The Bluejays moved to the facility after playing home games at Tranquility Park in west Omaha from The Field Turf Revolution all-weather surface is the first of its kind in the United States and makes the playing surface at the facility one of the finest in the country. With the downtown Omaha skyline to the south, CenturyLink Center Omaha to the east, Ryan Athletic Center to the north, Championship Center to the west, and just blocks from the Old Market, Morrison Stadium places student-athletes in the middle of it all. Morrison Stadium s seating capacity is 7,500. Construction on the stadium was completed in 2004 and included a video scoreboard, champions room, nearly 2,000 covered chairback seating, five luxury suites, an enclosed press box, concession stands and a banquet area. An athletic training room and locker rooms were built in the adjacent Ryan Athletic Center, which opened in Creighton soccer has enjoyed incredible success at home since its return in The Bluejays home record is for an impressive winning percentage of.825 since The Bluejays, who annually rank among NCAA leaders in attendance, are overall and in conference play all-time at Morrison Stadium. CU is an impressive at home all-time in regular-season conference play. The $13 million facility hosted its first match on Aug. 29, 2003, and was officially dedicated on Oct. 15, The stadium also played host to a friendly between the U.S. Women s National Team and Sweden in July 2010 that welcomed a crowd of nearly 6,500 fans, all televised live on ESPN Total Home matches played at Dodge Park (North Omaha) in 1979 Home matches played at Rosenblatt Stadium (13th & I-80) from Home matches played at Tranquility Park (120th & Maple) from *Home matches played at Morrison Stadium (19th & California) from 2003-present Pictured at the stadium s dedication on Oct. 15, 2004, from left to right; Rev. Michael G. Morrison, S.J., Walter and Suzanne Scott and Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Fr. Morrison served as Creighton s president from 1981 through 2000 and was succeeded by Fr. Schlegel, who served as president for the next decade. The stadium was made possible through a generous contribution from the Scotts. 8 Fans have flocked to Morrison Stadium since its inaugural year in The Bluejays ranked fourth in NCAA average attendance for Morrison Stadium Named Most Exciting Venue to Watch a College Soccer Match 1. Morrison Stadium Creighton 2. Harder Stadium UC Santa Barbara 3. Ludwig Field Maryland 4. Cub Cadet Field Akron 5. Morrone Stadium Connecticut 6. Armstrong Stadium Indiana 7. UNM Soccer Complex New Mexico 8. Spry Stadium Wake Forest 9. Spanos Stadium Cal Poly 10. Merlo Field Portland 11. Hermann Stadium Saint Louis 12. Belson Soccer Stadium St. John s Source: CollegeSoccerNews.com, June 2011

11 Rasmussen Fitness & Sports Center Facilities The Rasmussen Fitness & Sports Center, a 50,000-square-foot building offering a multipurpose field house with synthetic turf for athletic team practices and intramural sports, was officially opened on Oct. 23, The men s soccer team utilizes the Rasmussen Center during the season for training during inclement weather situations. In addition to the indoor practice area, the Rasmussen Center offers a suspended two-lane running track and a fitness level furnished with cardio, circuit-training and free-weight equipment for all Creighton students, faculty and staff. Named for Creighton Athletic Director Bruce Rasmussen, the facility was made possible by generous gifts from Ruth and Bill Scott as well as several other donors. The Scotts have been long-time supporters and friends of Creighton. In 1995 the Scotts established a scholarship for international students who enrolled in the School of Medicine. The Nebraska natives have deep roots in the Omaha community and have donated millions of dollars to more than 100 different organizations. Rasmussen has been with Creighton for 35 years, the last 21 years as athletic director. During his tenure, Creighton s athletic teams have risen to national prominence both on and off the field. Since Rasmussen assumed the role of athletic director, Creighton has won 30 regular-season and 36 conference tournament titles, which have helped lead to 69 postseason appearances. The Bluejays have made the NCAA Tourney in men s soccer in 21 of the past 22 years. Creighton s reputation as one of the nation s top academic institutions is reflected in the success Bluejay student-athletes have had in the classroom during Rasmussen s service as athletic director. Creighton s baseball, men s basketball, women s basketball, volleyball, men s and women s cross country, women s soccer and men s and women s tennis teams all have received national awards for their academic success. Bluejay student-athletes consistently own collective GPAs of 3.25 or above. Rasmussen was inducted into the Omaha Sports Hall of Fame in A member of the College World Series of Omaha, Inc., Executive Committee, Rasmussen played a vital role in seeing that Creighton and the city of Omaha remain as hosts of the College World Series. From top: The Rasmussen Fitness & Sports Center; a look inside the Center s main practice area; Bill Scott, Bruce Rasmussen and Ruth Scott. 9

12 2014 Roster Information Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Last School(s)) (Last Club) 0 Connor Sparrow GK Jr. St. Louis, Mo. (UMKC) (St. John Vianney) (IMG Academy) 1 Alex Bolowich GK RSr. Chapel Hill, N.C. (FIU) (Chapel Hill) (Ocala Stampede) 2 David Abidor D Sr. Northbrook, Ill. (Dayton) (Glenbrook South) (IMG Academy) 3 Mitch LaGro D/M Fr. Dallas, Texas (Plano West) (Solar Chelsea) 4 Vincent Keller D/M Jr. Freiburg, Germany (Angell Akademie) (SC Freiburg) 5 Mike Paye M Jr. Raleigh, N.C. (Tyler) (Enloe) (Ocean City Nor easters) 6 Brendan Hines-Ike D Jr. Denver, Colo. (Diamond Ranch) (Ocean City Nor easters) 7 Ricky Lopez-Espin F Fr. Miami, Fla. (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Shattuck-St. Mary s) 8 Jose Ribas D Sr. Guayaquil, Ecuador (UE Javier) (Portland Timbers U-23s) 9 Sean Kim F RSr. Fremont, Calif. (Foothills) (Washington) (De Anza Force) 10 Ricardo Perez M/F So. Fort Collins, Colo. (Rocky Mountain) (Albuquerque Sol) 11 Fernando Castellanos M Jr. Raleigh, N.C. (Tyler) (Leesville Road) (CASL) 12 Lucas Stauffer M Fr. Owensboro, Ky. (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Portland Timbers U-23s) 13 Noah Franke M Fr. Orlando, Fla. (Olympia) (Orlando City) 14 Fabian Herbers M/F So. Ahaus, Germany (Alexander Hegius Gymnasium) (VFL Rhede) 15 Jacob Cini M Fr. Columbus, Ohio (Bexley) (FSV Erlangen Bruck FC) 16 Myles Englis M Jr. Rome, Ga. (Darlington Academy) (IMG Academy) 17 Blake McNelis D Fr. Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain ) (Real Colorado) 18 Timo Pitter M/F Jr. Oberschwarzach, Germany (Frankenlandschulheim Gaibach) (DJK Oberschwarzach) 19 Jovan Gorman-Carter D So. Minneapolis, Minn. (Saint Olaf) (South) (Minnesota Thunder) 20 Christian Blandon M/F RJr. Cali, Colombia (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Ocala Stampede) 21 Dante Spinelli D Fr. Easton, Conn. (Joel Barlow) (IMG Academy) 22 Eric DeJulio D Jr. Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest) (IMG Academy) 23 Zabarle Kollie F Sr. Monrovia, Liberia (NC State) (Kimball Union Academy) (Carolina RailHawks U-23s) 25 Alex Prusa D/M RFr. Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep) (Omaha FC) 30 Michael Kluver GK RFr. Papillion, Neb. (Skutt Catholic) (Omaha FC) Alphabetical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Last School(s)) (Last Club) 2 David Abidor D Sr. Northbrook, Ill. (Dayton) (Glenbrook South) (IMG Academy) 20 Christian Blandon M/F RJr. Cali, Colombia (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Ocala Stampede) 1 Alex Bolowich GK RSr. Chapel Hill, N.C. (FIU) (Chapel Hill) (Ocala Stampede) 11 Fernando Castellanos M Jr. Raleigh, N.C. (Tyler) (Leesville Road) (CASL) 15 Jacob Cini M Fr. Columbus, Ohio (Bexley) (FSV Erlangen Bruck FC) 22 Eric DeJulio D Jr. Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest) (IMG Academy) 16 Myles Englis M Jr. Rome, Ga. (Darlington Academy) (IMG Academy) 13 Noah Franke M Fr. Orlando, Fla. (Olympia) (Orlando City) 19 Jovan Gorman-Carter D So. Minneapolis, Minn. (Saint Olaf) (South) (Minnesota Thunder) 14 Fabian Herbers M/F So. Ahaus, Germany (Alexander Hegius Gymnasium) (VFL Rhede) 6 Brendan Hines-Ike D Jr. Denver, Colo. (Diamond Ranch) (Ocean City Nor easters) 4 Vincent Keller D/M Jr. Freiburg, Germany (Angell Akademie) (SC Freiburg) 9 Sean Kim F RSr. Fremont, Calif. (Foothills) (Washington) (De Anza Force) 30 Michael Kluver GK RFr. Papillion, Neb. (Skutt Catholic) (Omaha FC) 23 Zabarle Kollie F Sr. Monrovia, Liberia (NC State) (Kimball Union Academy) (Carolina RailHawks U-23s) 3 Mitch LaGro D/M Fr. Dallas, Texas (Plano West) (Solar Chelsea) 7 Ricky Lopez-Espin F Fr. Miami, Fla. (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Shattuck-St. Mary s) 17 Blake McNelis D Fr. Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain ) (Real Colorado) 5 Mike Paye M Jr. Raleigh, N.C. (Tyler) (Enloe) (Ocean City Nor easters) 10 Ricardo Perez M/F So. Fort Collins, Colo. (Rocky Mountain) (Albuquerque Sol) 18 Timo Pitter M/F Jr. Oberschwarzach, Germany (Frankenlandschulheim Gaibach) (DJK Oberschwarzach) 25 Alex Prusa D/M RFr. Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep) (Omaha FC) 8 Jose Ribas D Sr. Guayaquil, Ecuador (UE Javier) (Portland Timbers U-23s) 0 Connor Sparrow GK Jr. St. Louis, Mo. (UMKC) (St. John Vianney) (IMG Academy) 21 Dante Spinelli D Fr. Easton, Conn. (Joel Barlow) (IMG Academy) 12 Lucas Stauffer M Fr. Owensboro, Ky. (Shattuck-St. Mary s) (Portland Timbers U-23s) Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich (Mainz, 1981) fourth season Assistant Coach: Johnny Torres (Creighton, 2008) - eighth season Assistant Coach: Justin Hughes (North Carolina, 2006) - fourth season Graduate Assistant: TJ Burns (Creighton, 2011) - first season Pronunciation Guide Abidor: AH buh door Bolowich: BOW lo vich Castellanos: cahs tay YAH nos Cini: SEE nee DeJulio: duh JULIE oh Franke: FRANK ee Gorman-Carter, Jovan: JO von Herbers: HER burs, Fabian FAH be in Kluver: KLOO ver Kollie: COL lee, Zabarle: ZAB ar lee LaGro: luh GRO McNelis: mick NELL is Paye: PAY Pitter: PIT ah, Timo: TEE mo Prusa: PRU shah Ribas: REE bahs Stauffer: STOW (as in wow) fur Spinelli, Dante: DON tay Breakdown by Class Seniors (5): David Abidor, Alex Bolowich, Sean Kim, Zaberle Kollie, Jose Ribas Juniors (9): Christian Blandon, Fernando Castellanos, Eric DeJulio, Myles Englis, Brendan Hines-Ike, Vincent Keller, Mike Paye, Timo Pitter, Connor Sparrow Sophomores (3): Jovan Gorman-Carter Fabian Herbers, Ricardo Perez Freshmen (9): Jacob Cini, Noah Franke, Michael Kluver, Mitch LaGro, Ricky Lopez-Espin, Blake McNelis, Alex Prusa, Dante Spinelli, Lucas Stauffer Breakdown by Location California (1): Sean Kim Colorado (3): Brendan Hines-Ike, Blake McNelis, Ricardo Perez Connecticut (1): Dante Spinelli Florida (2): Noah Franke, Ricky Lopez- Espin Georgia (1): Myles Englis Illinois (1): David Abidor Kansas (1): Eric DeJulio Kentucky (1): Lucas Stauffer Minnesota (1): Jovan Gorman-Carter Missouri (1): Connor Sparrow Nebraska (2): Michael Kluver, Alex Prusa North Carolina (3): Alex Bolowich, Fernando Castellanos, Mike Paye Ohio (1): Jacob Cini Texas (1): Mitch LaGro International (6): Christian Blandon, Fabian Herbers, Zaberle Kollie, Vincent Keller, Timo Pitter, Jose Ribas 10

13 Fourth-year head coach Elmar Bolowich is after three seasons in Omaha. In 2014, he leads the Jays in their quest for the program s 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance in the past 23 years. Despite suffering through several injuries in the 2013 campaign, Creighton compiled a overall mark after a 2-1 setback against Seattle in an NCAA Tournament First Round match. CU played a lot of tight matches in 2013 as each of the Jays nine losses came by a single goal. The Bluejays completed their first season in the BIG EAST Conference with a mark and a fifth-place finish. Creighton ended its conference slate in Providence with a pair of 2-1 setbacks to the Friars in the regular-season finale and a BIG EAST Tournament quarterfinal. The Jays climbed as high as No. 1 in the 2013 rankings on September 10 the first time since 1999 that CU held the top spot. Overall, the Bluejays found themselves ranked in nine NSCAA weekly polls during the regular season. Entering the 2014 season, the Jays rank No. 31 overall in the Preseason NSCAA Top 25 poll and rate No. 35 in the preseason poll released by CollegeSoccerNews in early August. Creighton returns 13 letterwinners and eight starters from last year s team. Five 2013 All-BIG EAST selections return for the Jays including last year s leading scorer Timo Pitter, senior Jose Ribas, junior Brendan Hines-Ike and sophomores Fabian Herbers and Ricardo Perez. The Bluejays welcome 11 newcomers to the squad but lose the services of 2014 MLS Draft selections Eric Miller and Zach Barnes. Pitter returns to the Bluejays for his junior season as a major offensive threat. He recorded a total of 18 points last year as a sophomore with seven goals and 21 shots on goal. He has 42 career points as a Jay and has been the team s leading scorer in each of the past two seasons. Herbers joins Pitter on the Bluejays attack after scoring 10 points and three goals in his freshman campaign. He was second on the team in points, goals, shots and shots on goal. Perez played in all 20 contests for the Jays as a freshman, starting 10 matches. The midfielder tallied two goals on the season and will be in the mix for a starting spot this fall. Ribas and Hines-Ike both started every game they played last season on defense. Ribas primarily played left back and led the team with six assists. His lone goal came in a 5-1 victory over BIG EAST foe DePaul. Hines-Ike held the defense at center back and played every minute of the season there. Senior goalkeeper Alex Bolowich spent the majority of the team s minutes in the box last fall. He started 16 of 20 games for the Bluejays and accumulated a total of 61 saves. He posted a record and 1.32 goals against average. Junior Connor Sparrow started four matches for the Jays in goal compiling a ledger and 0.38 goals against average. The two combined for six shutouts and 79 saves on the year. Reserve keeper Michael Kluver redshirted in 2013 and returns with four years of eligibility. After suffering a season-ending injury in 2013, senior Sean Kim returns to lead the Jays attack at the forward position. He finished seventh on the team in scoring with six points and a pair of goals despite only playing in the first five matches of the year. Senior Zaberle Kollie and incoming freshman Ricky Lopez-Espin could also see time at the point of attack this season. Kollie started two Junior Timo Pitter has led the Bluejays in scoring in each of the past two seasons. matches and played in 11 for CU a year ago. Lopez-Espin comes to Omaha after leading his USSDA team to the finals and landing a spot on the U.S U-20 Men s National Team. Junior Christian Blandon leads a young contingent of midfielders into the 2014 season. Blandon finished last season in a tie for fourth on the squad with seven points and three goals despite battling injuries late in the year. Classmate Myles Englis played in 14 matches for the Jays in 2013 including one start. The midfielder scored both of his goals in November to help spark the Jays late in the season. Joining Blandon and Englis this season are two junior midfielders from Tyler (Texas) Junior College in Fernando Castellanos and Mike Paye. The pair led the Apaches to the National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) Season Outlook National Championship in 2012 and return to the title match in Castellanos was a NJCAA All-American last season. Paye has experience with head coach Elmar Bolowich having played on his youth team in North Carolina with fellow Jays Bolowich and Kollie. Freshmen round out the midfielder position in Lucas Stauffer, Noah Franke, Jacob Cini and Alex Prusa. Stauffer enrolled at Creighton in January and trained with the Jays in the spring. A member of the US Futsal National Team, Stauffer was the youngest player in the history of the squad when he joined in fall He was a teammate of fellow freshman Lopez-Espin at Shattuck-St. Mary s before taking his skills to Denmark to play for a U-19 squad. Franke comes to Creighton from Orlando City Academy. With six goals and five assists as a junior, he led Olympia High School in assists as a junior. Franke played on the U-23 Orlando City team in the summer. Orlando City will become an MLS franchise by Cini spent time with FSV Erlagen Bruck FC in Germany last year. He will battle for minutes alongside redshirt freshman Prusa who returns to the team with four years of eligibility. Juniors Vincent Keller and Eric DeJulio will join Ribas and Hines-Ike on patrol for the defense this season. Keller started 19 of 20 matches for CU last year and finished up the year with four points on four assists. DeJulio scored both of his goals in the final five matches of last season. He saw time in a dozen matches, including seven starts for the Jays in Senior David Abidor enrolled early at CU in January to train with the Jays. After spending his first three seasons at Dayton, he has one year of eligibility remaining. Abidor appeared in 51 games for Dayton over three seasons, including 47 starts. The defender collected one half-dozen assists as a Flyer, and earned an All- America First Team selection from the Jewish Sports Review following the 2012 season. Four freshmen will also compete for time on the back line in Mitch LaGro, Dante Spinelli, Blake McNelis and Jovan Gorman-Carter. All four players come from prestigious academies. LaGro was a four-year starter for the Solar Chelsea Academy in Dallas and helped lead the team to a fourth-place finish in the 2011 National Championship tournament. Spinelli comes in from the IMG Academy in Florida where he played outside back and in the midfield. McNelis started 17 of 20 matches on defense for USSDA Real Colorado last season. Gorman-Carter most recently played defense with the Minnesota Thunder Academy after training in Paraguay with a U-17 squad.

14 Coaching Staff ELMAR BOLOWICH Head Coach at CU (4th year) overall (26th year) Elmar Bolowich enters his fourth season at the helm of Creighton men s soccer after leading the Bluejays to their 21st NCAA Tournament appearance in the past 22 seasons. After three seasons at Creighton, Bolowich owns a (.735) overall record. He boasts two NCAA College Cups appearances and has already climbed into third overall for most wins in Omaha. In 2013 he guided the Jays through their inaugural season in the BIG EAST Conference and a tough non-conference slate. Creighton finished the season with a overall record and a mark in league play. All nine of CU s downfalls were decided by a single goal. After battling through a difficult schedule, Creighton came into Selection Monday at No. 29 nationally in the NCAA RPI. As a result, the Jays claimed an at-large NCAA tournament bid for the first time since The Bluejays finished at home in CU compiled a mark against Top 50 RPI teams and did not play a match against a team with an RPI below 127. Seven Jays claimed spots on 2013 All-BIG EAST Teams. Upperclassmen Eric Miller and Zach Barnes earned NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region honors and later were drafted in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. The Jays back-to-back College Cup runs in 2011 and 2012 capped five consecutive College Cup appearances for Bolowich as a head coach. In 2012 he guided the Bluejays to a record and their second consecutive appearance in a College Cup. CU entered the 2012 College Cup on a 14-match unbeaten streak before falling 1-0 to eventual national champion Indiana in a national semifinal. Creighton also won the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) regularseason and tournament titles for a second straight season. Along the way the Bluejays tied the MVC record for the fewest goals allowed (one) in a Valley season set by CU in CU finished the season ranked among the top 20 in four NCAA statistical categories including team goals against average (0.8 - No. 18), shutout percentage ( No. 18), total goals (39 - No. 19) and save percentage ( No. 20). MAC Hermann Trophy finalist Jose Gomez and Andrew Ribeiro were NSCAA All-America selections and CU placed six student-athletes on All-MVC teams. In 2011, Bolowich put together one of the most successful singleseasons in program history, earning a trip to the NCAA College Cup and posting a record. Bolowich picked up three coaching honors following his work in 2011, earning the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Midwest Region Coach of the Year, the Missouri Valley Conference Coaching Staff of the Year and the MLSSoccer.com Coach of the Year, leading Creighton to its first College Cup in nine years. The Bluejays had four players earn All-America honors at the end of 2011, with Andrew Duran, Ethan Finlay and Brian Holt named to the First Team and Greg Jordan earning a Second Team nod. Ten of 11 Bluejay starters earned MVC honors, as Creighton shared the regular-season title with a mark, avenging the lone conference regular-season loss to Missouri State in the finals of the MVC Tournament. 12 Bolowich Career Highlights NSCAA National Coach of the Year (2001) MLSSocccer.com NCAA National Coach of the Year (2011) NSCAA Midwest Region Coach of the Year (2011) NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year (2000, 2001) NCAA Tournament Champion (2001) Six College Cup Appearances (2001, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances (1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) Eight NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals (2000, 2001, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) MVC Coaching Staff of the Year (2011) Two regular-season MVC Titles (2011, 2012) Two MVC Tournament Championships (2011, 2012) ACC Coach of the Year (2000, 2010) Three regular-season ACC Titles (2000, 2009, 2010) ACC Tournament Champion (2000) Creighton s 21 wins in 2011 marked the second most in a single season, just one win behind the 2000 squad s 22 wins, while making Bolowich the winningest Creighton coach in his first year on the bench. Creighton Director of Athletics Bruce Rasmussen announced the hiring of Bolowich on Feb. 9, Bolowich joined the Bluejays following an amazing 22-year run at North Carolina, during which he helped the Tar Heels to their first national title in program history to conclude the 2001 season. He guided UNC to 15 NCAA Tournament appearances and four College Cups, including three straight trips to college soccer s Final Four in his final three seasons in Chapel Hill. Six of his UNC teams advanced to at least the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament and three teams captured at least a share of the ACC regular-season title in addition to winning the 2000 ACC Tournament championship. Bolowich is the winningest coach in UNC men s soccer history, posting a (.647) record during his 22 seasons in Chapel Hill. His 2001 NCAA title team finished ; defeating Indiana in the title match. The only national title in program history was good enough to earn him National Coach of the Year honors from the NSCAA. He has led his teams to a top-three finish in at least one national poll six times since 2000 and a top-10 finish nine times in the last 13 seasons, including a No. 3 ranking in the final 2010 NSCAA poll while at North Carolina, and a pair of No. 4 final rankings in both 2011 and 2012 while at Creighton. Bolowich, a two-time ACC Coach of the Year (2000, 2010), led his teams to ACC regular-season titles in 2000, 2009 and 2010, putting together an unbeaten mark (7-0-1) in the nation s strongest soccer conference in He is one of only a handful of coaches in NCAA Division I soccer to lead his program to six College Cup appearances.

15 Coaching Staff Over his final three years at UNC, the Tar Heels played in the College Cup each season, posting a (.736) record in that span. His 2008 team finished as the national runner-up, while the 2009 and 2010 teams fell in the national semifinals. His teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals six times in his final 11 years at North Carolina. In both 2000 and 2001, he was named the NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year, and in 1999, he was given the National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association National Merit award, which is given annually to one college coach whose reputation is recognized by soccer officials as praiseworthy and reflective of the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior. His remarkable run at North Carolina included 20 NCAA Tournament wins, 16 more than the program had in the 42 years of soccer before his arrival. He coached 14 individuals who earned a combined 21 NSCAA All- America honors, including a trio of All-Americans in His players garnered 28 ACC First-Team honors and he coached five ACC Rookies of the Year. In addition to excelling on the field, Bolowich s teams have also put together a sparkling resumé in the classroom. In his last full season at UNC, nine Tar Heels earned a spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll. The cumulative grade point average of the men s soccer team at UNC annually ranked among the highest of any men s team on the Carolina campus during his tenure. From 2005 to 2010, 11 different men s soccer student-athletes were named Academic All-ACC, including a schoolrecord four on the 2010 squad. Bolowich not only produces winning collegiate teams, but he has a proven track record of developing young men into international and professional players. Twenty-one players who were coached by Bolowich at UNC played professionally in 2010, including 11 in Major League Soccer and three abroad. In total, Bolowich has coached 41 players who have been selected in MLS drafts since 1996, including a school-record tying four from Creighton in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. Bolowich arrived at North Carolina as a part-time assistant coach in 1986, before becoming a full-time assistant one year later. He was named head coach at UNC in March of 1989, as just the fourth head coach in the history of Tar Heel men s soccer. A native of Edenkoben, Germany, Bolowich played and coached at the semi-professional level in his native country at Wiesbaden, Mainz and Cuxhaven. He played collegiately and graduated from the University of Mainz (Germany) in 1981 with a diploma in sports education. Prior to his stint at Mainz, he served two years in the German Luftwaffe (Air Force). In addition to holding a USSF A-License, Bolowich received his coaching license from the German Football Federation in Bolowich was active in youth soccer in North Carolina, serving as a regional staff coach with the U.S. Soccer Federation s Olympic Development Program for Region III and as Director of Coaching for the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association. He coached the Durham-Chapel Hill Strikers U-19 club team to the 1990 Maguire Cup Final Four and, starting in 2007, he coached the Triangle United Soccer Association s boys Gold team, leading them to three state and regional championships. Triangle United also advanced to two national finals under his guidance. Bolowich and his wife of more than 26 years, Nina, have a daughter, Alya, and a son, Alex. Alex is a goalkeeper for the Bluejays. Bolowich s Year-by-Year Coaching Ledger Year School Overall Pct. Conference Pct. Highlights 1989 North Carolina North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 1991 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 1992 North Carolina North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 1994 North Carolina NCAA Tournament First Round 1995 North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina NCAA Tournament First Round 2000 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals; ACC Coach of Year; NSCAA South Region Coach of Year 2001 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Champion; NSCAA National Coach of Year 2002 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 2003 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 2004 North Carolina NCAA Tournament First Round 2005 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals 2006 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Second Round 2007 North Carolina North Carolina NCAA Tournament Runner-Up 2009 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Semifinals 2010 North Carolina NCAA Tournament Semifinals; ACC Coach of Year 2011 Creighton NCAA Tournament Semifinals; MVC Coaching Staff of Year; NSCAA Midwest Region Coach of Year 2012 Creighton NCAA Tournament Semifinals 2013 Creighton NCAA Tournament First Round Totals NCAA Title; 6 NCAA College Cups; 18 NCAA Tournaments 13

16 Coaching Staff JOHNNY TORRES Assistant Coach Eighth Season Creighton, 2008 Two-time National Player of the Year and Creighton Athletics Hall of Famer Johnny Torres is back for his eighth season on the Bluejay bench, following a decade-long professional soccer career. Arguably the greatest soccer star in Creighton and Missouri Valley Conference history, Torres played for the Bluejays from Torres claimed the National Assistant Coach of the Year honor from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in January 2012 at the organization s awards banquet. He was also named the NSCAA Midwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year for the second straight year following recognition after the 2011 season. He played an integral role in Creighton s run to back-to-back College Cups as a member of head coach Elmar Bolowich s staff. In 2013 he helped guide the Jays through their inaugural season in the BIG EAST Conference and a tough non-conference slate. Creighton finished the season with a overall record and a mark in league play. Seven Jays claimed spots on 2013 All-BIG EAST Teams. Upperclassmen Eric Miller and Zach Barnes claimed NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region honors and later were drafted in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. He helped direct the Bluejays to a record and their second consecutive appearance in a College Cup In Creighton won the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) regular-season and tournament titles for a second straight season. Along the way the Bluejays tied the MVC record for the fewest goals allowed (one) in a Valley season set by CU in CU entered the 2012 College Cup on a 14-match unbeaten streak before falling 1-0 to national champion Indiana in a semifinal. Three times in Torres first five seasons on the Bluejay bench, the Creighton men s soccer staff was honored as the MVC Coaching Staff of the Year, earning the nod in 2008, 2010 and His roles on the coaching staff include scouting, recruiting and training. He also plays a major role in working with student-athletes on service projects in the Omaha area. Torres himself has always been active in service throughout his collegiate and professional playing days. He visited thousands of youth in the Omaha community in the 1990s. Torres was tabbed the Children s Miracle Network National Hometown Hero in A native of Medellin, Colombia, he was honored by the Omaha City Council with Johnny Torres Day on Oct. 27, 1996, in recognition of earning U.S. Citizenship just days before, his community service and his soccer skills. 14 Torres was named to the MVC All-Centennial Team in 2006 and in 2011 he became the first men s soccer player inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame. In 1997 he won both the Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Award (prior to the combination of the awards), recognizing him as the National Player of the Year. In 1996, he earned National Player of the Year honors from Soccer America after leading the Bluejays to their first College Cup appearance. When his career ended, he was the Valley s all-time scoring (128 points) and assists (36) leader. He was the fifth overall pick in the first round of the 1998 MLS Draft by the New England Revolution. He played for the Revolution for four seasons and also played for the Miami Fusion and Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer, before continuing his career in the USL for the Minnesota Thunder and the Milwaukee Wave United, before moving to indoor soccer with the Milwaukee Wave. In 2010, he returned to the professional ranks as a player, leading the Omaha Vipers of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) in goals scored. In 2009, he played on the United States Adult Soccer Association Over 30 championship team Nebraska 402 which qualified and participated in the U.S. Open Cup in Torres returned to the Creighton campus in the fall of 2007 to complete his undergraduate degree while serving as the Bluejays undergraduate manager. After receiving the NCAA Degree Completion Award, he earned his degree in social work from Creighton in the spring of The 2004 Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, two-time First Team All-American and three-time First Team All-Region and all-conference selection has a son, Dominic. Torres married Sara Heck in Torres Career Highlights NSCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year (2012) NSCAA Midwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year (2011, 2012) Three College Cup Appearances: - Coaching Staff (2011, 2012) - Player (1996) 10 NCAA Tournament Appearances - Coaching Staff (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) - Player (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997) Three-time MVC Coaching Staff of the Year (2008, 2010, 2011) Eight regular-season conference titles - Coaching Staff (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012) - Player (1994, 1995, 1996) Six conference tournament championships - Coaching Staff (2008, 2011, 2012) - Player (1994, 1995, 1997) National Player of the Year (1996, 1997) Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame (2004) Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) All-Centennial Team (2006) MVC Hall of Fame (2011)

17 JUSTIN HUGHES Assistant Coach Fourth Season North Carolina, 2006 Justin Hughes, a former collegiate and professional goalkeeper, remains at Creighton for his fourth season on the Creighton coaching staff. Hughes was a four-year letterwinner at North Carolina, playing under current CU head coach Elmar Bolowich from in Chapel Hill. Following a standout collegiate career, he was drafted by the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer and spent two seasons with the Rapids. In 2013 he helped guide the Jays through their inaugural season in the BIG EAST Conference and a tough non-conference slate. Creighton finished the season with a overall record and a mark in league play. Seven Jays claimed spots on 2013 All-BIG EAST Teams. Upperclassmen Eric Miller and Zach Barnes claimed NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region honors and later were drafted in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. He assisted Creighton s return to the College Cup in consecutive seasons for the first time in program history as a member of coach Bolowich s staff in The Bluejays finished the year with a record and won the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) regular-season and tournament titles for a second straight season. He helped the goalkeepers and the Jays back line maintain incredible defensive numbers in conference. Creighton tied the MVC record for the fewest goals allowed (one) in a Valley season, set by CU just one year earlier. CU entered the 2012 College Cup on a 14-match unbeaten streak before falling 1-0 to national champion Indiana in a national semifinal. Hughes works primarily with the goalkeepers at Creighton, coaching All-American Brian Holt in 2011 during the assistant s first season on the Bluejay bench. Holt finished that season with an NCAA record 0.21 goals against average, surrendering just five goals in 24 games. Hughes led the Bluejay keepers to the nation s lead in goals against average (0.20), shutout percentage (0.790) and save percentage (.926). He spent the 2010 season as an assistant coach for both the men s and women s soccer teams at Elon University in North Carolina, helping both squads post winning records. The Wake Forest, N.C., native started all 43 matches he appeared in during his four seasons with the Tar Heels. UNC advanced to the NCAA Tournament in each of his four seasons in Chapel Hill, with Hughes posting two of the top three goals against average marks in school history. As Men s Soccer Support Staff Coaching & Support Staff a junior in 2005, he led the ACC with a 0.50 GAA, the second-best mark in school history at that point. That season included seven shutouts, six of which he posted consecutively to tie a UNC record. He was tabbed to the ACC All-Tournament Team in 2005 as well. As a freshman in 2003, he was in goal for a shutout win over top-ranked Maryland. Prior to his senior season in 2006, he was named a MAC Hermann Trophy candidate, an honor bestowed upon the top player in collegiate soccer. He finished his career at UNC ranked second in school history with a 0.79 career goals against average. In addition to his play at UNC, he was also a member of the United States U-20 National Team pool, selected as one of 21 players to participate in the 2005 FIFA Youth World Championships in Holland. Following his successful collegiate career, Hughes spent two seasons with the Colorado Rapids, helping the team to a 2007 Reserve Division title. He was also selected as the recipient of the 2008 Colorado Rapids Community Service Award after making 60 community appearances at schools, soccer clinics and camps. Hughes also spent one season playing for Real Maryland FC of the United Soccer Leagues. Hughes was a Dean s List honoree and member of the ACC All- Academic Team before graduating from North Carolina with a double major in exercise and sport science and geography. He earned an MBA from Creighton University in the spring of He and his wife, Mallory Nicole, were married in the summer of TJ BURNS Graduate Assistant First Year Creighton, 2011 Burns, a former Bluejay student-athlete, returns to Creighton after a few years of working in his hometown of Houston, Texas. He was a member of the CU men s soccer team from Burns later earned a degree marketing and international business in 2011 on an Ignatian Leadership & Service Scholarship. In summer 2014, he reunited with his former assistant coach Johnny Torres as a member of the Bluejay staff. Burns has worked with the Creighton Soccer Academy as a counselor during four summers in Omaha. Burns will pursue an MBA while assisting the Jays as a graduate assistant. Dan Bailey Strength and Conditioning Barb Epps Administrative Assistant Brandon McCarville Facilities Sean Mohatt Athletic Trainer Adrian Rider Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing & Ticketing Kevin Sarver Associate Athletics Director Soccer Administrator 15

18 Player Profiles #2 DAVID ABIDOR Senior Defender Northbrook, Ill. University of Dayton Last Club: IMG Academy Abidor s Career Statistics Year M-MS G A PTS Shots SOG GW at Dayton Totals COLLEGIATE CAREER: (Dayton): Played in 16 matches for the Flyers including 12 starts as a junior Posted lone point of junior season on an assist against Loyola-Chicago (9/28) Registered a shot attempt in seven of 10 matches spanning from early September through early October 2013 Only shot on goal came against Lipscomb (9/8) in junior campaign Started all 18 games in the midfield as a sophomore... All-America selection by Jewish Sports Review... Recorded three assists... Posted 13 shot attempts... Recorded a.385 shots on goal percentage... Played a number of positions, including defensive midfield Named to Preseason A-10 All-Rookie Team Started all 17 games he appeared in as a freshman... Played a total of 1,467 minutes, which ranked fourth on the team...tied for fourth on the team in assists with two Took a total of four shots... Tabbed the team s Rookie of the Year. CLUB/PREP CAREER: Spent summer of 2014 with IMG Academy team of the Premier Development League (PDL) in Bradenton, Fla., playing alongside fellow Jays Eric DeJulio, Myles Englis and Connor Sparrow Named to PDL Team of the Week on July 3 and claimed honorable mention recognition twice in summer 2014 Competed for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy and in prep soccer for Shattuck-St. Mary s in Faribault, Minn.... Claimed a national championship with the Columbus Crew U-19 squad Helped Shattuck U-18 club to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship Match in July Aided Shattuck to a first-place finish at the Disney Showcase in Trialed at West Ham United in spring 2009 Chicago Magic U-16 team finished third in developmental academy competition His 2008 Sockers FC squad won the Dallas Cup Varsity player as a sophomore at Glenbrook South. PERSONAL: The son of Boris and Anna Abidor, David was born on October 5, 1992, in Chicago... Majoring in finance Enrolled at Creighton in January of 2014 and participated in the Bluejays spring season. 16

19 Player Profiles #1 ALEX BOLOWICH Redshirt Senior Goalkeeper Chapel Hill, N.C. Florida International Last Club: Ocala Stampede Bolowich s Career Statistics Year M-MS Min. GA GAA SV ShO W-L-T : : : / Totals : / CREIGHTON CAREER (Redshirt Junior): Started 16 matches, including five overtime contests, for the Jays resulting in a record Finished the year with 1.32 GAA and 61 saves Posted two shutouts and combined for another Opened the year with four-match win streak with a 0.54 GAA Won BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (9/2) accolades after posting a pair of shutouts to open the season Blanked No. 14 Tulsa (8/30) in the Jays opener with seven saves Shut out Cal Poly (9/1) in the first half before exiting the match after making two stops Started four straight double overtime contests in September, playing every minute Led Creighton to its first BIG EAST victory and program s 400th win by blanking No. 7 St. John s (9/21) In 1-0 decision over Red Storm made three saves in just over 108 minutes of action, including a last-second save in regulation to send the match into overtime As a result, named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (9/23) Posted season high eight saves on two occasions at Michigan (10/15) and at Butler (10/23) (Redshirt Sophomore): Started nine matches in goal with 1.03 GAA,.792 save percentage and record... Boasted four shutouts in season Made crucial save in 3-2 win at Princeton (10/9) on a Tiger penalty kick in 84th minute to keep match tied through end of regulation Injured during the Princeton match, keeping him out of action rest of regular season... Won the ESPN/Capital One Impact Performance Player of the Week for that effort... Posted career high of nine saves vs. No. 14 Old Dominion (9/14)... Selected as MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week (9/4) after going in earlyseason home matches against No. 7 Akron and Rutgers... Named to the Ameritas Classic All-Tournament team, while backstopping a 1-1 draw with No. 7 Akron (8/31) and a 3-0 victory over Rutgers (9/2)... As a result named MVC Scholar- Athlete of the Week (9/4) (Redshirt Freshman): Saw first action as a Bluejay at UMKC (8/31)... Played nearly nineteen minutes of shutout soccer to close out the 5-0 win (Florida International): Redshirted his only season on campus at Florida International University. CLUB/PREP CAREER: Played six games in goal with the Ocala Stampede of the Premier Development League in summer of 2014 Played club soccer for Triangle United Soccer Association (TUSA) 91 Gold... TUSA won the North Carolina State Championship, Region III Southern Regional Championship and advanced to USYSA nationals in 2008, 2009 and 2010 with Coach Elmar Bolowich directing the team... In 2008, team reached national semifinals... Played in every match of championships... Club teammate with Zabarle Kollie and Mike Paye... Won the USYSA Golden Glove Award at nationals in both 2009 and PERSONAL: The son of Elmar and Nina Bolowich... Alex was born June 17, Has an older sister, Alya... Father is in his fourth season as the Creighton men s soccer head coach... Majoring in communications with a Spanish minor. 17

20 Player Profiles #9 SEAN KIM Redshirt Senior Forward Fremont, Calif. Foothills College Last Club: De Anza Force CLUB/PREP CAREER: Named school MVP in senior season at Washington High School, as well as a three-time Mission Valley All-League First Team member... Played for the Regional Olympic Development Program in Played in the De Anza Force Academy from PERSONAL: Son of Charles and Annie Kim... Sung Sean was born on February 11, Has younger sister, Ashley... Majoring in sociology. Kim s Career Statistics Year M-MS G A PTS Shots SOG GW Totals CREIGHTON CAREER (Senior): Received medical redshirt after season-ending injury Played in first five matches of the year Started the last three of those contests, posting a pair of shots on goal in each game Posted season high of three points against William & Mary (9/15) shortly before suffering injury Registered a goal and an assist against the Tribe Scored first goal of season against Columbia (9/6) while playing a season high of 70 minutes Tallied first point of the season on an assist against Cal Poly (9/1) Finished the shortened year with six points on two goals and a pair of assists (Junior): Played 23 matches, starting Fifth on team with eight points (four goals) Entered game at Princeton (10/9) as a substitution in first half and then tied match just over seven minutes later, lifting the ball over the Tiger goalkeeper to knot the score at 1-1 Scored first goal of career and Jays first of the year from the right side and later added second goal into the right corner in season opening 3-1 win vs. Northern Illinois (8/24)... Set team high season mark with four points in a game vs. NIU Scored third career goal off the right post to record the Jays lone score in a 1-1 draw vs. No. 7 Akron (8/31)... Named to Ameritas Classic All-Tournament Team Recorded at least one shot attempt in 18 of 23 matches. COLLEGIATE CAREER (De Anza/Foothills): Played for both the De Anza College and Foothill College programs in first two years of collegiate career. 18

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