Southern Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book

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Southern ConferenceMen’s SoccerRecord BookThrough 2019 seasonConference champions.2Individual awards.3All-Americans.3NCAA postseason.4SoCon Championship results. 5-6All-time standings (1967-present). 7-10Awards breakdown.11All-conference teams. 11-15First-team all-conference by school. 16-17Repeat first-team selections.18All-freshman teams.19All-tournament teams. 20-21Players of the week. 22-23Players of the month.24Coaching records.25Miscellaneous SoCon records.25SoCon in final national rankings.25SoCon individual season records.26SoCon career records.27Yearly individual leaders. 28-30Yearly team leaders. 31-32NCAA records.33

CONFERENCE 22013201420152016201720182019Regular-season champion(s)West VirginiaWest VirginiaGeorge WashingtonGeorge WashingtonDavidsonDavidsonAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateWilliam & MaryAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateAppalachian StateFurmanFurmanAppalachian StateFurmanFurmanFurmanAppalachian College of SUETSUMercerFurman/UNCGTournament championTournament siteCumulativetitlesRegular seasonFurman20Appalachian State12UNCG9*Davidson6ETSU2Elon2George Washington2Mercer2West Virginia2Wofford2College of Charleston 1William & Mary1* 2010 and 2011 titles latervacatedFurmanFurmanAppalachian nUNCGFurmanFurmanFurmanNo champion DavidsonCollege of lonFurmanFurmanMercerMercerFurmanMercerGreensboro, N.C. (E.E. Smith High School)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Greensboro, N.C. (Bryan Park)Davidson, N.C. (Richardson Stadium)Greenville, S.C. (Eugene Stone Stadium)Greenville, S.C. (Eugene Stone Stadium)Davidson, N.C. (Richardson Stadium)Daniel Island, S.C. (Blackbaud Stadium)Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Patriots Point)Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Patriots Point)Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Patriots Point)Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Patriots Point)Daniel Island, S.C. (Blackbaud Stadium)Daniel Island, S.C. (Blackbaud Stadium)Greenville, S.C. (Eugene Stone Stadium)Greensboro, N.C. (UNCG Soccer Stadium)Davidson, N.C. (Alumni Stadium)Spartanburg, S.C. (Snyder Field)Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Patriots Point)Boone, N.C. (Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex)Cary, N.C. (WakeMed Soccer Park)Greenville, S.C. (Eugene Stone Stadium)Greensboro, N.C. (UNCG Soccer Stadium)Johnson City, Tenn. (Summers-Taylor Stadium)Greensboro, N.C. (UNCG Soccer Stadium)Greenville, S.C. (Eugene Stone Stadium)Johnson City, Tenn. (Summers-Taylor Stadium)Greensboro, N.C. (UNCG Soccer Stadium) Furman received the league’s automatic bid after the tournament was unable to be completed due to inclement weather* later r3Appalachian State1College of Charleston 1Wofford1* 2008 and 2010 titles latervacatedTotalFurman34UNCG14*Appalachian State13Davidson9Elon5Mercer5College of Charleston 2George Washington2Wofford3West Virginia2ETSU2William & Mary1* Two regular-season andtwo tournament titles latervacated2Southern Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book

INDIVIDUAL AWARDSCoach of the 10201120122013201420152016201720182019Vaughn Christian, Appalachian StateVaughn Christian, Appalachian StateAl Albert, William & MaryVaughan Christian, Appalachian StateDr. Charles Schrader, Western CarolinaHank Steinbrecher, Appalachian StateKarl Kremser, DavidsonHank Steinbrecher, Appalachian StateCharlie Slagle, DavidsonJack DeFazio, MarshallJohn Tart, FurmanCharlie Slagle, DavidsonArt Rex, Appalachian StateArt Rex, Appalachian StateCharlie Slagle, DavidsonJohn Tart, FurmanCharlie Slagle, DavidsonBill Barfield, The CitadelArt Rex, Appalachian StateJohn Gibson, MarshallJohn Tart, FurmanCharlie Slagle, DavidsonJohn Tart, FurmanCharlie Slagle, DavidsonDoug Allison, FurmanDoug Allison, FurmanKevin Chambers, Georgia SouthernT.J. Kostecky, Appalachian StateDoug Allison, FurmanAiden Heaney, Appalachian StateCharlie Slagle, DavidsonDoug Allison, FurmanStephen Ross, VMIDoug Allison, FurmanMatt Spear, DavidsonMichael Parker, UNCGDarren Powell, ElonKevin Kennedy, Georgia SouthernDoug Allison, FurmanDarren Powell, ElonRalph Polson, WoffordJustin Maullin, UNCG*Matt Nelson, Appalachian StateDarren Powell, ElonDarren Powell, ElonBrad Ruzzo, MercerDoug Allison, FurmanBo Oshoniyi, ETSUBo Oshoniyi, ETSUBrad Ruzzo, MercerDoug Allison, Furman* later vacatedPlayer of the 10201120122013201420152016201720182019Emmanuel Udogu, Appalachian StateDavid Mor, Appalachian StateKip Germain, William & MaryThompson Usiyan, Appalachian StateThompson Usiyan, Appalachian StateKingsley Esabeman, Appalachian StateThompson Usiyan, Appalachian StateMark Schwartz, Appalachian StateMark Schwartz, Appalachian StateScott Anderson, Appalachian StateJohn Nedd, Appalachian StateJohn Nedd, Appalachian StateOsian Roberts, FurmanJim Kelly, DavidsonOsian Roberts, FurmanCarlos Lee, Appalachian StateAndrew Burr, FurmanAndrew Zorovich, FurmanRob Ukrop, DavidsonJay Weyer, FurmanJohn Sampers, DavidsonRobert Clarke, DavidsonRyan Higginbotham, FurmanPete Santora, FurmanSiggi Eyjolfsson, UNCGDaniel Alvarez, FurmanJordy Broder, Appalachian StateJohn Barry Nusum, FurmanChris Goos, UNCGTony Moffat, Georgia SouthernRandi Patterson, UNCGRandi Patterson, UNCGJon Leathers, FurmanJon Leathers, FurmanJustin Wyatt, ElonCharlie Reiter, DavidsonChris Thomas, ElonColeton Henning, FurmanLuigi Clendening, Georgia SouthernChris Thomas, ElonDaniel Lovitz, ElonJoao Ramalho, ETSUJacques Francois, UNCGWill Bagrou, MercerLaurence Wyke, FurmanTrevor Martineau, MercerCasey Penland, UNCGGoalkeeper of the Year201420152016201720182019Greg Ranjitsingh, MercerAlex Guerra, VMIJonny Sutherland, ETSUJonny Sutherland, ETSUBen Hale, FurmanJosh Perryman, ETSUNewcomer of the Year198919901991Kerwin Skeete, MarshallRussell Rutter, VMIBrian Ragone, 20152016201720182019Bill Kaushagen, VMIKevin Turner, Appalachian StateRich Daughtridge, VMIRonnie Pascale, FurmanPeter Slobodyan, FurmanDavid Buehler, DavidsonMatt Goldsmith, FurmanSoren Johnson, DavidsonMcNeil Cronin, FurmanClint Dempsey, FurmanDrew Moor, FurmanScott Jones, UNCGMatt Smith, UNCGKiki Willis, ElonJon Cox, Georgia SouthernHaris Cekic, FurmanColeton Henning, FurmanChris Thomas, ElonAndy Craven, College of CharlestonWalker Zimmerman, FurmanNestor Jaramillo, WoffordBobby Edet, FurmanWill Bagrou, MercerLeeroy Maguraushe, UNCGJoe Pickering, ETSUNelson Oceano, UNCGTrevor Martineau, MercerAdrian Roseth, WoffordFreshman of the YearTotal awards by schoolSchoolCOY POY GOY FOY* TotalFurman11 13 11035Appalachian State11 13125Davidson95216UNCG2 6311Elon44210ETSU21317Mercer22127Georgia Southern2215VMI1135Marshall224Wofford123William & Mary112College of Charleston 11The Citadel11Western Carolina11* Includes Newcomer of the Year (1989-91) 2010 award later vacatedFirst team All-Americans1939 1940 1941194819521953199219961997Thomas Harsnberger, D, DavidsonHaydar Asan, F, DukeCharley Ernst, F, MarylandFritz Maisel, GK, MarylandCharley Ernst, F, MarylandJohn Farrior, F, DavidsonKenneth Ports, D, MarylandJim Belt, F, MarylandDavid Strauch, F, DukeFred James, D, DukeRobert Ukrop, F, DavidsonPete Santora, D, FurmanPete Santora, D, Furman199920002001200220042005Siggi Eyjolfsson, F, UNCGDaniel Alvarez, MF, FurmanJohn Barry Nusum, F, FurmanJohn Barry Nusum, F, FurmanJohn Barry Nusum, F, FurmanRicardo Clark, MF, FurmanRandi Patterson, F, UNCGScott Jones, MF, UNCGISAA Player of the Year1992Robert Ukrop, F, DavidsonNSCAA Coach of the Year1992Charlie Slagle, Davidson* - Selections represent NSCAA First-Team All-Americans. - 1939 and 1940 teams were divided into districts.These selections were in the Southern District.www.SoConSports.com3

POSTSEASON PLAY AND COMPOSITE RECORDSSchoolUNCGCollege of CharlestonFurmanDavidsonAppalachian StateElonETSUMercerWest VirginiaWoffordBelmontNCAA Championship record by 115710* 2008 and 2010 appearances later vacated1966First Round.Temple 4, West Virginia 01968First Round.St. Louis 3, West Virginia 22006First Round.UNCG 2, Virginia Tech 1Second Round. UNCG 2, West Virginia 1 (2OT)Third Round. Northwestern 2, UNCG 11975First Round.Howard 3, Appalachian State 02007First Round. Furman 2, Campbell 0Second Round.#2 Wake Forest 1, Furman 01977First Round. Appalachian State def. Howard (forfeit)Second Round.Clemson 3, Appalachian State 12008*First Round. UNCG 2, Duke 0Second Round. UNCG 2, Loyola (Md.) 1Third Round. South Florida 1, UNCG 1 (2OT; USF 3-1 in PKs)1978First Round.Appalachian State 9, George Washington 3Second Round.Clemson 4, Appalachian State 01980First Round. Duke 2, Appalachian State 11991First Round. Furman 1, Wake Forest 0 (2OT)Second Round. NC State 4, Furman 11992First Round.Davidson 2, Charlotte 2 (2OT; DAV 4-3 in PKs)Second Round. Davidson 0, Coastal Carolina 0 (2OT; DAV 6-5 in PKs)Quarterfinals. Davidson 1, North Carolina 0 (OT)Semifinals. San Diego 3, Davidson 2 (OT)2009First Round. UC Santa Barbara 1, Wofford 02010*First Round.Georgetown 3, UNCG 0First Round.College of Charleston 3, ETSU 2Second Round. #1 Louisville 3, College of Charleston 12011First Round.Coastal Carolina 4, Elon 3First Round.Charlotte 3, Furman 12012First Round.Coastal Carolina 3, Elon 01993First Round. South Carolina 1, Furman 02013First Round.Elon 1, Clemson 1 (2OT; Elon 4-1 in PKs)Second Round. UCLA 4, Elon 01998First Round.UNCG 2, Washington 1Second Round.Santa Clara 1, UNCG 02014First Round.Furman 1, UAB 1 (2OT; FUR 4-3 in PKs)Second Round.Washington 0, Furman 0 (2OT; UW 6-5 in PKs)1999First Round. Furman 2, North Carolina 1 (2OT)Second Round.Furman 4, Wake Forest 0Quarterfinals. Connecticut 3, Furman 22015First Round.South Carolina 1, Furman 1 (2OT; USC 2-1 in PKs)2000First Round.Clemson 3, Furman 22001First Round.UAB 1, Furman 0 (OT)2002First Round. Furman 2, Loyola (Md.) 0Second Round.Furman 0, VCU 0 (2OT; FUR 4-2 in PKs)Third Round. Stanford 2, Furman 1 (2OT)2003First Round.Coastal Carolina 3, Davidson 02004First Round. College of Charleston 3, South Carolina 2Second Round.UNCG 2, College of Charleston 1Third Round. UC Santa Barbara 1, UNCG 02005First Round. UNCG 3, James Madison 2Second Round.UNCG 0, Virginia Tech 0 (2OT; UNCG 4-3 in PKs)Third Round.SMU 3, UNCG 142016First Round. Virginia Tech 1, ETSU 0First Round.South Carolina 1, Mercer 02017First Round.Coastal Carolina 1, Mercer 02018First Round. Furman 0, UNCW 0 (2OT; FUR 5-3 in PKs)Second Round. Virginia 2, Furman 02019First Round. Charlotte 3, Mercer 1SoCon in NCAA play-in matches1994.UNCG 2, Furman 11995.Bowling Green 3, Davidson 11996.UNCG 7, Furman 11997. Charleston Southern 2, Furman 11998. UNCG 1, South Alabama 01999.Furman 1, Radford 02000.Furman 2, Radford 0* UNCG’s appearances later vacatedSouthern Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book

SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP Former membersAppalachian StateCollege of CharlestonThe CitadelElonDavidsonGeorgia 9SoCon Championship record by 63245211103300* Nine wins and one tie from 2007-11 later vacated (two wins in 2007, two wins and a tie in 2008, three wins in 2010 and two wins in 2011)% 2008 and 2010 titles later vacated1988 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 VMI 1, #5 Marshall 0#3 The Citadel 2, #2 Appalachian State 1#1 Furman 4, #4 VMI 0#1 Furman 1, #3 The Citadel 01989 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 The Citadel 3, #5 VMI 0#1 Appalachian State 3, #4 The Citadel 0#2 Furman 7, #3 Marshall 2#2 Furman 4, #1 Appalachian State 01990 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 Appalachian State 3, #5 VMI 1#4 Appalachian State 3, #1 Furman 2 (OT)#2 The Citadel 2, #3 Marshall 0#4 Appalachian State 1, #2 The Citadel 1 (APP 4-3, PK)1991 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#5 The Citadel 3, #4 VMI 2#1 Furman 5, #5 The Citadel 0#3 Marshall 3, #2 Appalachian State 1#1 Furman 3, #3 Marshall 01992 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#2 Davidson 9, #7 Marshall 1#6 VMI 1, #3 Georgia Southern 1 (VMI 5-3, PK)#5 Appalachian State 4, #4 The Citadel 3#5 Appalachian State 4, #1 Furman 3 (OT)#2 Davidson 5, #6 VMI 3#2 Davidson 3, #5 Appalachian State 11993 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#3 Georgia Southern 6, #6 VMI 1#2 Appalachian State 2, #7 The Citadel 0#4 Marshall 3, #5 Davidson 2 (OT)#2 Appalachian State 3, #3 Georgia Southern 2#1 Furman 4, #4 Marshall 0#1 Furman 3, #2 Appalachian State 21994 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 Georgia Southern 2, #5 VMI 0#2 Davidson 3, #7 Marshall 1#3 Appalachian State 3, #6 The Citadel 1#1 Furman 1, #4 Georgia Southern 1 (Furman 6-5, PK)#3 Appalachian State 3, #2 Davidson 1 (OT)#1 Furman 4, #3 Appalachian State 2 (OT)1995 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 Marshall 2, #5 VMI 0#6 Georgia Southern 6, #3 Appalachian State 4 (OT)#2 Davidson 6, #7 The Citadel 1#1 Furman 3, #4 Marshall 1#2 Davidson 2, #6 Georgia Southern 0#2 Davidson 1, #1 Furman 01996 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#5 Davidson 2, #4 Appalachian State 1#3 Georgia Southern 2, #6 VMI 1#2 Marshall 2, #7 The Citadel 1#1 Furman 4, #5 Davidson 0#3 Georgia Southern 2, #2 Marshall 0#1 Furman 4, #3 Georgia Southern 21997 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 UNCG 7, #8 The Citadel 1#2 Davidson 3, #7 VMI 0#3 Furman 4, #6 Wofford 0#4 Georgia Southern 7, #5 Appalachian State 5#1 UNCG 6, #4 Georgia Southern 1#3 Furman 2, #2 Davidson 0#3 Furman 3, #1 UNCG 11998 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 3, #8 Wofford 0#2 UNCG 8, #7 The Citadel 2#3 College of Charleston 5, #6 Davidson 2#5 Appalachian State 1, #4 Ga. Southern 0 (OT)#1 Furman 3, #5 Appalachian State 2#2 UNCG 5, #3 College of Charleston 1#2 UNCG 1, #1 Furman 01999 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 3, #8 The Citadel 0#2 UNCG 5, #7 Wofford 0#3 Davidson 3, #6 Georgia Southern 2 (OT)#5 Coll. of Charleston 3, #4 Appalachian State 2#1 Furman 1, #5 College of Charleston 0#2 UNCG 3, #3 Davidson 0#1 Furman 3, #2 UNCG 22000 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 8, #8 The Citadel 0#2 Davidson 3, #7 VMI 1#5 College of Charleston 3, #4 UNCG 2#3 Appalachian State 2, #6 Georgia Southern 0#1 Furman 1, #5 Coll. of Charleston 1 (FUR 4-2, PK)#3 Appalachian State 4, #2 Davidson 3 (OT)#1 Furman 4, #3 Appalachian State 12001 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 3, #8 Wofford 0#7 Georgia Southern 2, #2 Davidson 1#3 UNCG 1, #6 VMI 0#5 Coll. of Charleston 2, #4 Appalachian State 1 (OT)#1 Furman 1, #5 College of Charleston 0#3 UNCG 1, #7 Georgia Southern 0#1 Furman 2, #3 UNCG 1www.SoConSports.com5

SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS2002 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 3, #8 Wofford 0#7 VMI 2, #2 Appalachian State 0#5 UNCG 2, #4 College of Charleston 1#3 Davidson 1, #6 Georgia Southern 0#1 Furman 3, #5 UNCG 0#3 Davidson vs. #7 VMI-canceledCanceled due to weather2011* First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 UNCG 1, #8 Wofford 0#2 Furman 2, #7 College of Charleston 1#6 Elon 1, #3 Georgia Southern 0#5 Appalachian State 2, #4 Davidson 0#1 UNCG 2, #5 Appalachian State 1 (OT)#6 Elon 1, #2 Furman 0#6 Elon 3, #1 UNCG 22003 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Davidson 1, #8 Wofford 0#2 College of Charleston 1, #7 Elon 0#3 UNCG 2, #6 Georgia Southern 1#4 Furman 3, #5 Appalachian State 1#1 Davidson 3, #4 Furman 0#2 College of Charleston 3, #3 UNCG 2 (2OT)#1 Davidson 1, #2 College of Charleston 02012 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#6 Appalachian St. 2, #3 College of Charleston 1#7 Wofford 2, #2 Furman 1#1 Elon 2, #8 Davidson 1#4 Georgia Southern 2, #5 UNCG 1 (2OT)#1 Elon 1, #4 Georgia Southern 0#7 Wofford 1, #6 Appalachian St. 1 (WOF 4-2 PK)#1 Elon 2, #7 Wofford 12004 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 UNCG 4, #8 Wofford 0#2 College of Charleston 1, #7 Elon 0#3 Appalachian State 1, #6 Furman 0#4 Davidson 4, #5 Georgia Southern 3#4 Davidson 2, #1 UNCG 1#2 College of Charleston 1, #3 Appalachian St. 0#2 College of Charleston 1, #4 Davidson 0 (OT)2013 First roundSemifinalsFinal#2 Elon 1, #7 Appalachian State 1 (Elon 8-7 PK)#6 Georgia Southern 1, #3 UNCG 0#4 Furman 1, #5 Davidson 0#2 Elon 5, #6 Georgia Southern 1#1 Wofford 2, #4 Furman 1#2 Elon 1, #1 Wofford 0 (2OT)2005 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Davidson 1, #8 Wofford 0#4 Furman 3, #5 College of Charleston 2 (OT)#3 Elon 1, #6 Appalachian State 0#2 UNCG 6, #7 Georgia Southern 0#1 Davidson 2, #4 Furman 1#2 UNCG 1, #3 Elon 0#2 UNCG 2, #1 Davidson 12014 First roundSemifinalsFinal#4 UNCG 2, #5 ETSU 1 (2OT)#3 Furman 1, #6 VMI 0#3 Furman 1, #2 Wofford 0#1 Mercer 1, #4 UNCG 0 (2OT)#3 Furman 1, #1 Mercer 02006 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 UNCG 2, #8 Wofford 0#5 Appalachian State 4, #4 Coll. of Charleston 1#2 Georgia Southern 2, #7 Davidson 1#3 Furman 2, #6 Elon 0#1 UNCG 2, #5 Appalachian State 0#2 Georgia Southern 1, #3 Furman 0#1 UNCG 3, #2 Georgia Southern 02015 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 ETSU 5, #5 Wofford 0#3 Mercer 7, #6 VMI 0#4 ETSU 1, #1 UNCG 1 (ETSU 6-5 PK)#2 Furman 0, #3 Mercer 0 (Furman 3-2 PK)#2 Furman 1, #4 ETSU 02007* First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Furman 2, #8 Wofford 0#4 Elon 2, #5 Appalachian State 0#2 Coll. of Charleston 3, #7 Georgia Southern 1#3 UNCG 1, #6 Davidson 0#1 Furman 2, #4 Elon 1#3 UNCG 2, #2 College of Charleston 1 (2OT)#1 Furman 1, #3 UNCG 0 (OT)2016 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#4 UNCG 1, #5 Furman 0#3 Wofford 3, #6 VMI 1#1 ETSU 5, #4 UNCG 2#2 Mercer 2, #3 Wofford 0#2 Mercer 0, #1 ETSU 0 (Mercer 4-1 PK)2017 First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 4 Mercer 2, #5 Wofford 1#3 Furman 7, #6 VMI 1#4 Mercer 0, #1 ETSU 0 (Mercer 4-3 PK)#2 UNCG 3, #3 Furman 2#4 Mercer 1, #2 UNCG 1 (Mercer 3-2 PK)2008* First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 Elon 3, #8 Wofford 0#5 Coll. of Charleston 3, #4 Appalachian State 2 (OT)#7 UNCG 2, #2 Furman 1#3 Georgia Southern 2, #6 Davidson 1#5 College of Charleston 4, #1 Elon 1#7 UNCG 0, #3 Georgia Southern 0 (UNCG 3-2, PK)#7 UNCG 2, #5 College of Charleston 12018 First RoundQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal#6 Belmont 2, #7 VMI 1#5 UNCG 1, #4 Wofford 0#3 Furman 4, #6 Belmont 2#5 UNCG 1, #1 Mercer 0#3 Furman 2, #2 ETSU 1#3 Furman 3, #5 UNCG 02009* SemifinalsFinal#1 Wofford 3, #4 UNCG 1#3 Elon 2, #2 College of Charleston 0#1 Wofford 2, #3 Elon 12010* First RoundSemifinalsFinal#1 UNCG 2, #8 Georgia Southern 1 (OT)#2 Furman 1, #7 Wofford 0 (2OT)#6 Davidson 3, #3 College of Charleston 1#4 Appalachian State 1, #5 Elon 0#1 UNCG 1, #4 Appalachian State 0 (OT)#2 Furman 1, #7 Davidson 0#1 UNCG 1, #2 Furman 02019 First RoundQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal#6 Belmont 4, #7 VMI 0#6 Belmont 2, #3 ETSU 0#4 Mercer 3, #5 Wofford 0#4 Mercer 3, #1 Furman 2 (2OT)#2 UNCG 3, #6 Belmont 2 (2OT)#4 Mercer 1, #1 UNCG 06* UNCG wins, ties and titles later vacated from these yearsSouthern Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS(Since 1967) Conference games All games Regular-season finishesSchoolWon Lost Tie Pct. Won Lost TiePct.1st2nd3rdFYFurman2038823 .683510 35090 .58420871967UNCG&1114716 .684261 17841 .5879451997Mercer32164 .654794714 .6142212014ETSU292910 .500544916 .5212111980 Wofford51 11410 .320131 27128 .3082111997VMI38 18014 .194132 44129 .2430121971 Belmont282 .2509244 .2970002018LY--------& Later vacated 49 wins and 14 ties (18 wins and four ties in SoCon play) from 2007-11; Did not compete in SoCon from 1982-13; Did not compete in SoConfrom 2003-13; FY First year of competition in SoCon; LY Last year of competition in SoConFormer membersWest VirginiaGeorge WashingtonAppalachian StateCollege of CharlestonWilliam & MaryDavidsonElonEast CarolinaGeorgia SouthernThe CitadelMarshallWestern 111013120851136132360 1.0000 .75021 .6717 .6142 .60012 .5755 .5536 .42513 .3988 .36811 .3613 .3562 012197620132013197620132002199619841985* Did not compete in SoCon from 1988-911967Northern Division*West VirginiaWilliam & MaryGeorge WashingtonW120ConferenceLT GF004105202GA1116W1135L167All GamesT GF067014025Southern Division WLT GF GAWLT*Davidson00133753East Carolina12057370Furman01014370The Citadel340*West Virginia defeated Davidson for the conference ceAll GamesWLT GF GAWLT GF GA*George Washington 3002526414127Davidson2101274622928The Citadel21115194313036East Carolina2305192611331Furman0214102811636William & Mary020145401815*George Washington defeated The Citadel 12-0 for the conference championship1969ConferenceAll GamesWLT GF GAWLT GF GA*George Washington 3001824702319Davidson2101084713434The Citadel2101585314132East Carolina1219163412134William & Mary011175621011Furman0304152 1001548*George Washington defeated Davidson 5-0 for the conference championship1970ConferenceAll GamesWLT GF GAWLT GF*Davidson310159103142East Carolina21110837219Furman1118838117William & Mary1106492334The Citadel030616190*Davidson defeated William & Mary 3-2 for the conference championshipGA26464612-1971ConferenceAll GamesWLT GF GAWLT GF*Davidson400113112059William & Mary2109467027East Carolina1218947223The Citadel12081234018Furman0214818215VMI010*Davidson defeated William & Mary 1-0 for the conference championship1972Appalachian StateWilliam & MaryDavidsonEast CarolinaFurmanThe CitadelVMI1973*Appalachian StateEast CarolinaDavidsonWilliam & MaryThe CitadelFurmanVMI1974Appalachian StateThe CitadelDavidsonEast CarolinaVMIWilliam & ConferenceLT 6710All GamesT erenceLT ll GamesT ferenceLT 8All GamesT GF17804333701919219133GA142222203712367

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS1975Appalachian StateWilliam & MaryEast CarolinaVMIFurmanThe CitadelDavidsonRichmondW5311111-ConferenceLT GF002310162172110203203205-1976ConferenceWLT GFWilliam & Mary50126Appalachian State41125VMI32111The Citadel33017East Carolina23110Davidson1417Furman0516*Western Carolina*ineligible for conference championship1977Appalachian StateThe CitadelVMIWestern CarolinaFurmanDavidson1978Appalachian StateThe CitadelFurmanWestern CarolinaDavidsonVMI1979Appalachian StateThe CitadelFurmanWestern ian StateThe CitadelFurmanDavidsonVMIWestern CarolinaChattanoogaETSUMarshall1981Appalachian StateDavidsonFurmanThe CitadelWestern 36610L146865106All GamesT 71620-W1010563304L44861011107All GamesT onferenceLT GF00232010208209403

1977 Appalachian State 1978 Appalachian State 1979 Appalachian State 1980 Appalachian State 1981 Appalachian State 1982 Appalachian State 1983 Furman 1984 Furman 1985 Appalachian State 1986 Furman 1987 Furman 1988 Furman Furman Greensboro, N.C. (E.E. Smith High School) 1989 Appalachian State

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2018 OHIO STATE MEN’S SOCCER AT PENN STATE BRIAN MAISONNEUVE HEAD COACH 1ST SEASON, INDIANA ‘95 Brian Maisonneuve, associate head coach of the In-diana men’s soccer program and former member of the U.S. National Team and Columbus Crew, has been named head men’s soccer coach at The

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Mathematics on the Soccer Field Katie Purdy Abstract: This paper takes the everyday activity of soccer and uncovers the mathematics that can be used to help optimize goal scoring. The four situations that are investigated are indirect free . Millions of people play soccer every day, but how many of them take the time to

6 Subject Area: 4th & 5th Grade Physical Education Unit: Soccer Unit Outcomes: Students will be able to utilize soccer skills in a competitive situation, identify rules of the game of soccer, and be physically active while practicing good sportsmanship. A. Demonstrate the skills needed to play soccer. State Standard(s): 10.4A, 10.4D, 10.5A and 10.5B B. Identify the rules and field markings

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2017 Soccer Study Club Materials Topic 1: Current Information Background This year’s NFHS Soccer Rules Book several changes as listed below. Also, concussion management and other safety issues continue to be points of emphasis. Activity – Part A 2017 Soccer Rules Changes from the NFHS: