Men s Soccer TEAM CHAMPIONS

Men’s Soccer TEAM CHAMPIONS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 T...
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Men’s Soccer TEAM CHAMPIONS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Tournament Site * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A * N/A Burlington, Vt. West Hartford, Conn. * N/A Philadelphia, Pa. * N/A * N/A * N/A Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Burlington, Vt. ^ N/A

Regular-Season Champion Boston University New Hampshire Boston University Binghamton Binghamton Stony Brook Boston University UMBC Northeastern Boston University Northeastern Hartford Towson Hofstra Hartford Drexel Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Vermont Boston University/Maine

Tournament Champion UMBC Stony Brook Boston University Vermont Binghamton Stony Brook Boston University Binghamton Northeastern Towson Vermont Hartford Drexel Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Hartford Hartford Vermont Vermont ^ N/A

Championship Coach Pete Caringi Cesar Markovic Neil Roberts Jessie Cormier Paul Marco Cesar Markovic Neil Roberts Paul Marco Ed Matz Frank Olszewski Roy Patton Jim Evans Lew Weehl Neil Roberts Neil Roberts Neil Roberts Neil Roberts Neil Roberts Sasho Cirovski Sasho Cirovski Ron McEachen Ron McEachen Neil Roberts/Jim Dyer

* Each round played at higher seed ^ Champion determined through regular-season play

ANNUAL STANDINGS School x-Boston U. y-UMBC Stony Brook Binghamton New Hampshire Vermont Hartford Albany

2010 America East W L T Pts 6 1 0 18 4 1 2 14 3 2 2 11 3 2 2 11 2 3 2 11 2 4 1 7 2 5 0 6 1 5 1 4

School x-New Hampshire y-Stony Brook Hartford Binghamton UMBC Boston U. Vermont Albany

CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

W 11 12 10 6 9 7 5 5

Overall L T Pct. 5 1 .676 4 4 .700 7 3 .575 7 4 .471 5 6 .600 8 4 .474 10 0 .333 10 1 .344

2009 America East W L T Pts 6 0 1 19 4 2 1 13 4 2 1 13 4 3 0 12 3 4 0 9 3 4 0 9 1 4 2 5 0 6 1 1

W 9 6 8 9 14 9 1 0

Overall L T Pct. 7 2 .556 10 4 .400 7 3 .528 9 1 .500 6 0 .700 7 2 .556 10 5 .219 13 3 .094

2008 America East School W L T Pts x,y-Boston University 6 1 1 19 Albany 5 1 2 17 Binghamton 5 3 0 15 Vermont 4 1 3 15 Hartford 3 4 1 13 New Hampshire 2 4 2 8 Maine 2 5 1 7 Stony Brook 1 4 3 5 UMBC 1 6 1 4

W 12 12 12 9 7 7 5 3 6

Overall L T Pct. 6 3 .643 4 2 .722 6 3 .643 4 7 .625 8 3 .472 7 4 .500 10 2 .353 12 4 .263 9 2 .412

three points for win; one for tie x - regular-season champion y - tournament champion 2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

2010 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: at No. 3 Stony Brook 2, No. 6 Vermont 0 No. 5 New Hampshire 1, at No. 4 Binghamton 0 Semifinals: at No. 2 UMBC 3, Stony Brook 2 New Hampshire at No. 1 Boston U. 0 Final: at UMBC 0, New Hampshire 0 UMBC wins championship on penalty kicks, 5-4 All-Championship: Andrew Bulls, UMBC; Levi Houapeu, UMBC; John Paul Waraksa, UMBC; Chris Williams, UMBC; Joe Corsello, New Hampshire; Brad Hilton, New Hampshire; Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire; Ben Berube, Boston University; Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston University; Raphael Abreu, Stony Brook; Wilber Bonilla, Stony Brook; Ryan Walter, Binghamton; Kyle Luetkehans, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Levi Houapeu, UMBC 2009 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: at No. 3 Hartford 2, No. 6 Boston U. 1 No. 5 UMBC 2, at No. 4 Binghamton 1 Semifinals: No. 2 Stony Brook 0, Hartford 0 (2 OT) Stony Brook advanced on penalty kicks, 3-2 UMBC 2, No. 1 New Hampshire 1 Final: at Stony Brook 2, UMBC 0 All-Championship: Damion Brown, Stony Brook; Colin Geoghegan, Stony Brook; Anthony Rogic, Stony Brook; Greg Tinari, Stony Brook; Andrew Bulls, UMBC; Levi Houapeu, UMBC; John Paul Waraksa, UMBC; James Stamopolous, Hartford, Cedomir Tomcic, Hartford; Chris Banks, New Hampshire; Brad Hilton, New Hampshire; Kyle Manscuk, Binghamton; Samuel Appiah, Boston University Most Outstanding Player: Anthony Rogic, Stony Brook 2008 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: at No. 4 Vermont 3, No. 5 Hartford 1 at No. 3 Binghamton 3, No. 6 New Hampshire 1 Semifinals: Binghamton 1, at No. 2 Albany 0 (2 OT) at No. 1 Boston U. 2, Vermont 1 Final: at Boston U. 1, Binghamton 0 All-Championship: Samuel Appiah, Boston University; Jin Oh, Boston University; Dan Schultz, Boston University; Shaun Taylor, Boston University; Cody Germain, Binghamton; Cameron Keith, Binghamton; Barry Neville, Binghamton; Erik DiLorenzo, Albany; Taylor Mikael McNamara, Albany; Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont; Connor Tobin, Vermont; Carlos Villa, Hartford; Kyle Urso, New Hampshire Most Outstanding Player: Jin Oh, Boston U.

School x-Binghamton y-Vermont Boston U. Hartford New Hampshire UMBC Stony Brook Albany Maine

2007 America East W L T Pts 5 3 0 .625 4 2 2 .625 3 2 3 .562 2 1 5 .562 2 1 5 .562 3 3 2 .500 3 4 1 .438 2 3 3 .438 1 6 1 .188

School x,y-Binghamton Vermont New Hampshire Albany Boston U. Stony Brook UMBC Hartford Maine

2006 America East W L T Pts 6 1 1 .812 5 1 2 .750 6 2 1 .722 5 3 0 .625 4 3 1 .562 3 5 1 .389 2 4 2 .375 2 6 0 .250 0 8 0 .000

School x,y-Stony Brook UMBC Binghamton Vermont Albany Boston U. New Hampshire Hartford Maine

2005 America East W L T Pts 6 1 1 19 6 2 0 18 4 2 2 14 4 3 1 13 3 4 1 10 2 3 3 9 2 4 2 8 2 4 2 8 0 6 2 2

School x,y-Boston U. Albany Binghamton Vermont Stony Brook New Hampshire UMBC Northeastern Maine Hartford

2004 America East W L T Pts 6 2 1 19 6 2 1 19 4 2 3 15 4 3 2 14 4 3 2 14 3 3 3 12 4 5 0 12 2 4 3 9 2 5 2 8 0 6 3 3

School x-UMBC y-Binghamton Hartford Boston U. Northeastern Maine Vermont Albany New Hampshire Stony Brook

2003 America East W L T Pts 5 1 3 18 4 1 4 16 5 3 1 16 4 2 3 15 4 4 1 13 3 3 3 12 3 4 2 11 3 5 1 10 3 6 0 9 2 7 0 6

W 14 9 9 7 5 8 9 3 3

Overall L T 6 0 10 3 7 4 4 7 5 9 7 5 7 3 10 4 13 1

W 9 9 12 7 10 6 5 4 0

Overall L T 7 5 7 4 5 3 10 2 4 5 12 1 9 3 8 5 17 0

W 13 9 12 11 6 6 9 5 2

Overall L T 5 4 7 3 4 5 5 3 9 4 8 4 5 3 9 3 11 2

W 10 12 11 9 11 6 8 3 5 2

Overall L T 8 3 4 2 2 8 5 5 6 3 6 7 6 3 10 4 8 3 11 4

W 10 12 11 9 10 7 4 7 8 4

Overall L T 3 5 3 7 9 2 8 3 7 4 8 4 9 5 9 2 9 0 13 1

Pct. .700 .477 .550 .583 .500 .525 .553 .294 .206

2007 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 6 New Hampshire 0, at No. 3 Boston U. 0 UNH advanced on Penalty Kicks, 4-2 No. 5 UMBC 1, at No. 4 Hartford 1 UMBC advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4 Semifinals: at No. 2 Vermont 2, New Hampshire 0 at No. 1 Binghamton 1, UMBC 0 Final: Vermont 1, at Binghamton 0 All-Championship: Darren McAllister, Binghamton; Barry Neville, Binghamton; Jason Stenta, Binghamton; Derek Puerta, Boston U.; Andreas Blamo, Hartford; Phillippe Bissohong, UMBC; Dan Bulls, UMBC; Chris Banks, New Hampshire; A.J. DuBois, New Hampshire; Jordan Crasilneck, Vermont; Jake McFadden, Vermont; Roger Scully, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Roger Scully, Vemont

Pct. .548 .550 .675 .421 .658 .342 .382 .382 .000

2006 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 5 Boston U. 1, at No. 4 Albany 0 (2OT) at No. 3 New Hampshire 4, No. 6 Stony Brook 0 Semifinals: No. 5 Boston U. 1, at No. 1 Binghamton 1 Binghamton advanced on penalty kicks, 6-5 at No. 2 Vermont 1, No. 3 New Hampshire 0 Final: at Binghamton 1, Vermont 0 (OT) All-Tournament: Brian Gordon, Albany; Cody Germain, Binghamton; Joey Neilson, Binghamton; Barry Neville, Binghamton; Jason Stenta, Binghamton; Zach Riffett, Boston University; Petur Sigurdsson, Boston University; Mike Davis, New Hampshire; Michael McKee, New Hampshire; Michael Palacio, Stony Brook; Corey Bronner, Vermont; Connor Tobin, Vermont; Roger Scully, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Barry Neville, Binghamton

Pct. .682 .553 .690 .658 .421 .444 .618 .382 .200

Pct. .548 .722 .714 .605 .625 .472 .559 .294 .406 .235

Pct. .694 .705 .545 .525 .571 .474 .361 .444 .471 .250

2005 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 5 Albany 0, at No. 4 Vermont 0 (2OT) Albany advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4 at No. 3 Binghamton 1, No. 6 Boston U. 1 (2OT) Binghamton advanced on penalty kicks, 5-3 Semifinals: at No. 1 Stony Brook 2, Albany 1 (OT) Semifinals: Binghamton 4, at No. 2 UMBC 1 Final: at Stony Brook 1, Binghamton 1 (2OT) Stony Brook wins championship on penalty kicks, 4-2 All-Championship: Erik DiLorenzo, Albany; Rodrigo Marion, Albany; Danilo, Binghamton; Joey Neilson, Binghamton; Matt Cross, Boston Univeristy; Matt McGowan, UMBC; Bryan Moffa, UMBC; Rob Fucci, Stony Brook; Chris Megaloudis, Stony Brook; Douglas Narvaez, Stony Brook; Michael Palacio, Stony Brook; Cory Bronner, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Douglas Narvaez, Stony Brook 2004 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 3 Binghamton 0, No. 6 New Hampshire 0 (2 OT) Binghamton advances on PK’s No. 5 Stony Brook 1, No. 4 Vermont 1 (2 OT) Stony Brook advanced on penalty kicks Semifinals: No. 3 Binghamton 3, No. 2 Albany 1 No. 1 Boston U. 2, No. 5 Stony Brook 0 Final: No. 1 Boston U. 2, No. 3 Binghamton 2 (2 OT) Boston U. wins on penalty kicks, 5-3 All-Championship: Nicos Savva, Albany; Peter Squeglia, Albany;Bryan Arnault, Binghamton;Danilo, Binghamton; Graham Munro, Binghamton; Federico Bianchi, Boston U.; Chad Comroe, Boston U.; Eric Evjen, Boston U.; Jamie Johnson, Boston U.; Matt Shump, New Hampshire; Anthony Barberio, Stony Brook; Mark Zajkowski, Stony Brook; Tony Anderson, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Federico Bianchi, Boston University 2003 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 3 Hartford 1, No. 6 Maine 0 No. 5 Northeastern 3, No. 4 Boston U. 0 Semifinals: No. 5 Northeastern 1, No. 1 UMBC 0 No. 2 Binghamton 1, No. 3 Hartford 0 Final: No. 2 Binghamton 1, No. 5 Northeastern 1 (2 OT) Binghamton wins on penalty kicks, 3-2 All-Tournament: Danilo, Binghamton; Graham Munro, Binghamton; Pat Skinner, Binghamton; Chad Comroe, Boston U.; Eitan Arbel, Hartford; Ryan Carr, Hartford; Matt Young, Maine; Marcus Gross, UMBC; Derek McElligott, UMBC; Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern; Oumar Thiam, Northeastern; Sercio Saccoccio, Northeastern Most Outstanding Player: Stefan Gonet, Binghamton

three points for win; one for tie x - regular-season champion y - tournament champion 2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

School x,y-Northeastern Vermont Hartford New Hampshire Albany Boston U. Stony Brook Binghamton Maine

2002 America East W L T Pts 6 2 0 18 5 2 1 16 5 3 0 15 4 2 2 14 4 2 2 14 3 3 1 10 2 5 0 6 2 6 0 6 1 7 0 3

W 12 11 7 10 9 8 3 6 3

Overall L T 8 2 7 1 11 0 5 2 6 2 6 3 13 1 11 1 11 2

Pct. .591 .605 .389 .647 .588 .559 .206 .361 .250

School x-Boston U. Hartford y-Towson Northeastern Hofstra New Hampshire Albany Delaware Stony Brook Vermont Drexel Maine

2001 America East W L T Pts 9 1 1 28 8 2 1 25 8 2 1 25 7 4 0 21 6 5 0 18 5 4 2 17 5 6 0 15 4 6 1 13 3 7 1 10 3 7 1 10 3 8 0 9 1 10 0 3

W 13 12 16 13 9 7 8 7 6 4 7 2

Overall L T 5 1 6 2 5 1 8 0 9 1 8 3 9 0 11 1 9 2 9 3 11 0 14 0

Pct. .711 .650 .750 .619 .500 .472 .471 .395 .412 .344 .389 .125

School x-Northeastern y-Vermont Towson Hofstra Drexel Boston U. New Hampshire Hartford Delaware Maine

2000 America East W L T Pts 7 2 0 21 6 2 1 19 6 2 1 19 6 2 1 19 6 3 0 18 4 4 1 13 3 6 0 9 2 4 3 9 1 8 0 3 0 8 1 1

W 10 13 9 11 10 8 6 6 3 3

Overall L T 8 0 8 1 8 1 6 3 5 1 7 2 10 0 10 4 15 0 11 2

Pct. .556 .614 .527 .625 .656 .529 .375 .400 .167 .250

School x,y-Hartford Towson Northeastern Drexel Boston U. Vermont Hofstra Delaware New Hampshire Maine

1999 America East W L T Pts 6 1 2 20 6 2 1 19 5 2 2 17 5 3 1 16 4 3 2 14 4 5 0 12 4 5 0 12 3 6 0 9 2 6 1 7 1 7 1 4

W 11 11 11 9 8 9 9 5 6 2

Overall L T 8 2 4 4 6 2 7 2 6 5 7 1 9 0 12 1 11 1 12 2

Pct. .571 .684 .632 .556 .553 .559 .500 .306 .361 .188

School x-Towson Boston U. y-Drexel Hofstra New Hampshire Hartford Delaware Vermont Maine Northeastern

1998 America East W L T Pts 8 1 0 24 6 1 2 20 5 3 1 16 5 3 1 16 5 4 0 15 4 5 0 12 4 5 0 12 3 5 1 10 1 7 1 4 0 8 0 3

W 13 11 13 9 9 11 8 9 5 7

Overall L T 6 0 4 3 6 2 7 3 8 1 8 1 9 1 8 1 11 1 11 0

three points for win; one for tie x - regular-season champion y - tournament champion

2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

Pct. .684 .694 .667 .553 .528 .575 .472 .528 .323 .389

2002 America East Championship at high seed Semifinals: No. 2 Vermont 2, No. 3 Hartford 2 (2 OT) Vermont advanced on penalty kicks, 4-2 No. 1 Northeastern 3 No. 4 New Hampshire 1 Final: Northeastern 2, Vermont 1 All-Tournament: Ryan Carr, Hartford; Jonathan Clark, Hartford; Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire; Eric Masi, New Hampshire; Jochen Beck, Northeastern; Michael Cipriano, Northeastern; Nate Houghton, Northeastern; Keli Helgason, Vermont; Tim Parisi, Vermont; Adam Wallace, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Atha Kirkopolous, Northeastern

2001 America East Championship at high seed Quarterfinals: No. 3 Towson 2, No. 6 New Hampshire 0 No. 4 Northeastern 5, No. 5 Hofstra 0 Semifinals: Towson 2, No. 2 Hartford 1 Northeastern 2, No. 1 Boston U. 1 Final: Towson 1, Northeastern 0 All-Tournament: Andrew Dorman, Boston U.; Joachim Kaland, Boston U.; Alon Lubezky, Hartford; Asaf Lubezky, Hartford; Hughroy Daley, Hofstra; Ryan DiNunzio, New Hampshire; Anders Hoyem, Northeastern; Allan Lewis, Northeastern; Phonetip Ketnouvong, Northeastern; Alfonso DeMares, Towson; Steve Hoeck, Towson; Randy Tolson, Towson Most Outstanding Player: Chris Hurley, Towson

2000 America East Championship at high seed Semifinals: No. 4 Hofstra 1, No. 1 Northeastern 0 (OT) No. 2 Vermont 3, No. 3 Towson 2 (OT) Final: Vermont 2, Hofstra 1 All-Tournament: Aboubacar Camara, Hofstra; Arni Gunnarsson, Hofstra; Luckisee Williams, Hofstra; Chris Beston, Northeastern; Phonethip Ketnouvong, Northeastern; Steve Hoeck, Towson; Todd Lauber, Towson; Nick Azarian, Vermont; Mike Dias, Vermont; Jamie Farrell, Vermont; Chris Shaver, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Mike Dias, Vermont

1999 America East Championship at high seed Semifinals: No. 1 Hartford 3, No. 4 Drexel 2 (OT) No. 2 Towson 1, No. 3 Northeastern 0 (OT) Final: Hartford 2, Towson 0 All-Championship: Geoff Attard, Drexel; Andy Bross, Drexel; Chris Doyle, Hartford; Cristoffer Hartmann, Hartford; Asaf Lubezky, Hartford; Milton Speid, Hartford; Greg Ehrman, Northeastern; Brendan Faherty, Northeastern; Chris Carpenter, Towson; David Dochter, Towson; Todd Lauber, Towson Most Outstanding Player: Cristoffer Hartmann, Hartford

1998 America East Championship at Centennial Field; Burlington, Vt. Semifinals: No. 1 Towson 2, No. 4 Hofstra 1 No. 3 Drexel 2, No. 3 Boston U. 0 Final: Drexel 2, Towson 1 All-Tournament: Dean Smith, Boston U.; Christian Steen, Boston U.;Justin Bieber, Drexel; Rob Gottschalk, Drexel; Pete Shay, Drexel; Phil Kiernan, Drexel; Declan Condron, Hofstra; Brendan O’Boyle, Hofstra; Chris Carpenter, Towson; Alfonso DeMares, Towson; Peter Medd, Towson Most Outstanding Player: Pete Shay, Drexel

School x-Hofstra y-Boston U. Vermont New Hampshire Northeastern Maine Towson Hartford Delaware

1997 America East W L T Pct. 9 0 0 1.000 8 1 0 .889 6 2 1 .722 3 4 2 .444 3 4 2 .444 3 6 0 .333 3 6 0 .333 1 7 1 .167 1 8 0 .111

School x-Hartford Northeastern Delaware y-Boston U. Towson Hofstra New Hampshire Vermont Drexel Maine

1996 America East W L T Pct. 7 1 1 .833 6 1 2 .777 6 3 0 .667 4 3 2 .556 5 4 0 .556 3 3 3 .500 3 4 2 .444 2 6 1 .278 1 6 2 .222 1 7 1 .167

School x-Drexel y-Boston U. Hartford Towson Maine New Hampshire Northeastern Delaware Vermont Hofstra

1995 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 6 1 2 .778 6 2 1 .722 6 2 1 .722 6 3 0 .667 5 3 1 .611 5 4 0 .556 5 4 0 .556 1 6 2 .222 1 7 1 .167 0 9 0 .000

1997 America East Championship at Al-Marzook Field; West Hartford, Conn. Semifinals: No. 2 Boston U. 2, No. 3 Vermont 0 No. 1 Hofstra 0, No. 4 Drexel 0 (2OT) Hofstra advanced on penalty kicks, 6-5 Final: Boston U. 2, Hofstra 1 All-Tournament: Nick Bone, Boston University; Andy Bross, Drexel; Sigurd Dalen, Boston University; Bryan Devenney, Boston University; Rob Gottschalk, Drexel; Billy Logan, Hofstra; Brendan O’Boyle, Hofstra; Gregg Olson, Vermont; David Pettitt, Hofstra; Keith Poole, Boston University; Phil Signoroni, Vermont Most Outstanding Player: Nick Bone, Boston University

W 14 14 12 9 5 6 9 6 4

Overall L T 4 3 6 2 5 2 7 2 11 2 9 1 8 0 13 1 13 1

W 17 12 9 10 9 10 3 5 3 4

Overall L T 6 1 5 2 8 1 7 3 8 0 5 4 12 4 12 2 14 2 13 1

W 11 11 9 14 10 10 11 5 5 3

Overall L T 5 3 8 2 5 5 4 0 7 1 9 1 6 0 11 2 13 2 16 0

School x,y-Boston U. x-New Hampshire Hartford Maine Vermont Northeastern Drexel Delaware

1994 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 6 0 1 .929 6 0 1 .929 4 3 0 .571 4 3 0 .571 3 4 0 .429 2 5 0 .286 2 5 0 .286 0 7 0 .000

W 19 15 8 9 9 7 9 1

Overall L T 1 1 5 2 9 0 7 0 9 1 10 1 8 1 17 0

Pct. .929 .727 .471 .563 .500 .417 .528 .056

1994 North Atlantic Conference Championship at higher seeds Semifinals: No. 1 Boston U. 3, No. 4 Maine 1 No. 2 New Hampshire 4, No. 3 Hartford 2 Final: Boston U. 3, New Hampshire 1 All-Tournament: Nick Bone, Boston University; Alun Carter, Boston University; Robert Forde, Boston University; Paul Kelly, Maine; Dave Kurzontkowski, New Hampshire; Ryan Leib, New Hampshire; Jason Marlovitz, Hartford; Dustin Perkins, Maine; Gisle Sorli, Boston University; Elvis Thomas, Hartford; Mike Veneto, New Hampshire; Brian Young, New Hampshire. Most Valuable Player: Gisle Sorli, Boston University

School x,y-Boston U. Vermont New Hampshire Drexel Maine Northeastern Hartford Delaware

1993 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 6 1 0 .857 4 1 2 .714 5 2 0 .714 3 3 1 .500 3 3 1 .500 3 4 0 .429 2 5 0 .286 0 7 0 .000

W 14 12 14 9 7 10 8 2

Overall L T 7 1 5 2 5 0 9 1 8 1 8 0 11 0 16 1

Pct. .659 .684 .736 .500 .469 .556 .421 .132

1993 North Atlantic Conference Championship at higher seeds Semifinals: No. 1 Boston U. 3, No. 4 Drexel 1 No. 2 New Hampshire 1, No. 3 Vermont 0 (OT) Final: Boston U. 1, New Hampshire 0 (at Cambridge, Mass.) All-Tournament: Mark Angelos, Vermont; Okereke Emesih, Boston University; Tom Giatrakos, Boston University; Rune Helgeland, Drexel; Dave Kurzontkowski, New Hampshire; Ryan Leib, New Hampshire; Dan Lessard, Drexel; Brian O’Connor, New Hampshire; Ola Olsen, Boston University; Aaron Porter, New Hampshire; Robert Radakovic, Vermont; Steve Walker, Boston University Most Valuable Player: Tom Giatrakos, Boston University

School x-Boston U. New Hampshire Vermont y-Hartford Drexel Maine Northeastern Delaware

1992 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 7 0 0 1.000 5 2 0 .714 4 2 1 .643 3 2 2 .571 3 3 1 .500 3 4 0 .429 1 6 0 .143 0 7 0 .000

W 12 9 8 13 6 8 7 2

Overall L T 6 1 7 3 9 3 6 3 9 2 4 4 11 0 16 0

Pct. .639 .553 .475 .659 .412 .625 .389 .111

1992 North Atlantic Conference Championship at higher seeds Semifinals: No. 4 Hartford 2, No. 1 Boston U. 1 (OT) No. 3 Vermont 2, No. 2 New Hampshire 0 Final: Hartford 2, Vermont 0 All-Tournament: Mark Angelo, Vermont; Steve Baccari, New Hampshire; Brad Bierman, Vermont; Adam Cohen, New Hampshire; Jesse Cormier, Vermont; Kyle Fresh, Boston University; Tod Herskovitz, Hartford; Flemming Kjoeller, Hartford; George Kostelis, Hartford; Ryan Levesque, Vermont; Elvis Thomas, Hartford; Steve Walker, Boston University Most Valuable Player: George Kostelis, Hartford

Pct. .738 .682 .684 .556 .333 .406 .529 .325 .250

Pct. .729 .684 .528 .575 .529 .632 .263 .316 .211 .250

Pct. .658 .600 .605 .778 .583 .550 .647 .333 .300 .158

1996 America East Championship at high seed Semifinals: No. 4 Boston U. 3, No. 1 Hartford 0 No. 2 Northeastern 2, No. 3 Delaware 0 (at Cambridge, Mass.) Final: Boston U. 2, Northeastern 1 (at Medford, Mass.) All-Tournament: Jason Marlovits, Hartford; Rafiq Wiley, Hartford; Pat Oswald, Delaware; Brad Phillips, Delaware; Andrew Boyea, Northeastern; Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern; Glen Jusczyk, Northeastern; Joe Sciacca, Northeastern; Francisco Tasende, Boston University; Christian Steen, Boston University, Matt Hammond, Boston University; Nick Bone, Boston University. Most Outstanding Player: Nick Bone, Boston University.

1995 North Atlantic Conference Championship at Drexel Field; Philadelphia, Pa. Semifinals: No. 4 Towson 4, No. 1 Drexel 1 No. 2 Boston U. 4, No. 3 Hartford 0 Final: Boston U. 3, Towson 1 All-Tournament: Paul Bredickas, Drexel; Zoran Markovski, Drexel; Todd Sadler, Hartford; David Piquette, Hartford; Richard Moller, Towson; Chris Smith, Towson; Todd Hicks, Towson; Erik Washington, Towson; Francisco Tasende, Boston University; Andrew Rowe, Boston University; Ola Olsen, Boston University; Nick Bone; Boston University. Most Outstanding Player: Ola Olsen, Boston University.

x - regular-season champion y - tournament champion 2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

School x-Boston U. y-Hartford New Hampshire Vermont Drexel Maine Delaware Northeastern

1991 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 7 0 0 1.000 5 1 1 .786 4 3 0 .571 4 3 0 .571 3 3 1 .500 2 3 2 .429 1 6 0 .143 0 7 0 .000

1991 North Atlantic Conference Championship at Nickerson Field; Boston, Mass. Semifinals: No. 1 Boston U. 1, No. 4 Vermont 0 No. 2 Hartford 2, No. 3 New Hampshire 2 (2OT) Hartford advanced on penalty kicks Final: Hartford 2, Boston U. 0 All-Tournament: Brian Cribb, Hartford; Stephane Delval, Vermont; Okereke Emesih, Boston University; Kyle Fresh, Boston University; Art Hennig, Hartford; David Johnson, Vermont; Ryan Leib, New Hampshire; Christian Pearsall, New Hampshire; Jeff Schultz, Boston University; Vito Serafini, Hartford; Elvis Thomas, Hartford; Peter Verplanke, Boston University Most Valuable Player: Elvis Thomas, Hartford

W 15 13 10 10 9 6 4 4

Overall L T 5 1 6 3 6 4 8 2 8 1 6 4 14 0 16 0

School x,y-Boston U. Vermont Maine Hartford Northeastern New Hampshire

1990 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 4 0 1 .900 3 1 1 .700 3 2 0 .600 2 3 0 .400 1 4 0 .200 1 4 0 .200

W 14 12 12 10 10 4

Overall L T 3 6 6 4 5 0 11 0 7 1 16 0

Pct. .739 .636 .706 .476 .583 .200

1990 North Atlantic Conference Championship at Nickerson Field; Boston, Mass. Semifinals: No. 1 Boston U. 1, No. 4 Hartford 0 No. 2 Vermont 3, No. 3 Maine 0 Final: Vermont 1, Boston U. 1 (2OT) Vermont advances on PK, 6-5 All-Tournament: Roberto Beall, Vermont; Troy Cowell, Vermont; Gary Crompton, Maine; Ken Duck, Vermont; Okereke Emesih, Boston University; Peter Gardula, Maine; Victor Hernani, Hartford; Jeff Hooper, Boston University; Chris Karwoski, Vermont; George Kostelis, Hartford; Emma Okonkwo, Boston University; Chris Verhaegen, Boston University Most Valuable Player: Roberto Beall, Vermont

School x-Vermont Boston U. y-Hartford New Hampshire Maine Northeastern

1989 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 4 0 1 .900 4 1 0 .800 3 1 1 .700 2 3 0 .400 1 4 0 .200 0 5 0 .000

W 19 12 10 3 10 3

Overall L T 3 1 4 3 8 3 10 2 7 1 15 0

Pct. .848 .711 .548 .267 .583 .167

1989 North Atlantic Conference Championship at Centennial Field; Burlington, Vt. Semifinals: No. 1 Vermont 2, No. 4 New Hampshire 0 No. 3 Hartford 3, No. 2 Boston U. 3 (2OT) Hartford advances on PK) Final: Vermont 1, Hartford 0 All-Tournament: Roberto Beall, Vermont; Mike Bertos, Boston University; Scott Brennan, New Hampshire; Dwight Bronson, Hartford; Victor Hernani, Hartford; Cleveland Howard, New Hampshire; Mike Mason, Vermont; Emma Okonkwo, Boston University; Javier Resa, Hartford; Jim St. Andre, Vermont. Most Valuable Player: Kevin Wylie, Vermont

School *x-Boston U. Maine Vermont Hartford New Hampshire Northeastern

1988 North Atlantic W L T Pct. 4 1 0 .800 4 1 0 .800 3 1 1 .700 2 3 0 .400 1 3 1 .300 0 5 0 .000

W 15 10 10 12 4 4

Overall L T 4 3 9 0 6 3 7 3 9 1 14 0

Pct. .750 .526 .605 .614 .321 .222

x - regular-season champion y - tournament champion

Pct. .738 .659 .600 .550 .528 .500 .222 .200

* No conference tournament in 1988

ALL-TIME ALL-AMERICANS

2010 Levi Houapeu, UMBC - NSCAA Third Team/College Soccer News Third Team 2009 Andrew Bulls, UMBC - College Soccer News Third Team 2008 Steward Ceus, Albany - NSCAA Third Team 2006 Zach Kirby, Boston U. - College Soccer News Third Team 2005 Graham Munro, Binghamton - College Soccer News Third Team 2002 Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern - College Soccer News Honorable Mention

2001 Joachim Kaland, Boston U. - NSCAA Second Team/College Soccer News Third Team Alon Lubezky, Hartford - NSCAA Third Team Alfonso Demares, Towson - College Soccer News Honorable Mention 1998 Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. - NSCAA Second Team Richie Moller, Towson - NSCAA Second Team 1996 Rob Jachym, Hartford – NSCAA Second Team Jason Marlovits – NSCAA Second Team 1994 Robert Forde, Boston U. - NSCAA Second Team Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern - NSCAA Second Team Ola Olsen, Boston U. - NSCAA Third Team

1993 Steve Walker, Boston U. - NSCAA Second Team Michael Vaneto, New Hampshire - NSCAA Third Team 1992 Kyle Fresh, Boston U. - NSCAA Third Team 1991 Okereke Emesih, Boston U. - NSCAA Third Team Vito Serafini, Hartford - NSCAA Third Team 1990 Chris Verhaegen, Boston U. - NSCAA Second Team 1988 Mike Emenalo, Boston U. - NSCAA Third Team 2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

AMERICA EAST ALL-TIME NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 2010 NCAA Championship First Round at Princeton, N.J. UMBC 2, Princeton 1

2003 NCAA Championship First Round at Teaneck, N.J. Binghamton 1, Fairleigh Dickinson 0

1994 NCAA Championship First Round at Cambridge, Mass. Boston University 2, Harvard 0

Second Round at Williamsburg, Va. Willam & Mary 0, UMBC 0 William & Mary advances on PK’s, 4-3

Second Round at St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis 1, Binghamton 0

at Providence, R.I. Brown 3, New Hampshire 2 (OT)

2009 NCAA Championship First Round at Providence, R.I. Brown 1, Stony Brook 0 (OT) 2008 NCAA Championship First Round at Boston, Mass. Boston University 1, Fairleigh Dickinson 0 Second Round at Jamaica, N.Y. St. John’s 2, Boston University 1 2007 NCAA Championship First Round at Hanover, N.H. Vermont 1, Dartmouth 1 Vermont Advances on PK’s, 4-3 at Amherst, Mass. Massachusetts 2, Boston University 1 Second Round at Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 2, Vermont 0 2006 NCAA Championship First Round at Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 2, Binghamton 1 2005 NCAA Championship First Round at New Haven, Conn. Stony Brook 2, Yale 1 (OT) Second Round at Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 2, Stony Brook 0 2004 NCAA Championship First Round at Boston, Mass. Boston University 2, Dartmouth 2 (2 OT) Boston University advances on penalty kicks, 4-3 Second Round at Jamaica, N.Y. St. John’s 3, Boston University 1

Second Round at Providence, R.I. Brown 3, Boston University 2

2002 NCAA Championship First Round at Bethlehem, Pa. Northeastern 1, Lehigh 1 (2 OT) Northeastern advances on PK’s, 7-6

1993 NCAA Championship First Round at New York, N.Y. Boston University 2, St. John’s 1

Second Round at Parsons Field, Brookline, Mass. Boston College 2, Northeastern 1

Second Round at Oneonta, N.Y. Hartwick 2, Boston University 1 (OT)

2001 NCAA Championship First Round at Chapel Hill, N.C. Towson 4, James Madison 1

1992 NCAA Championship First Round at East Orange, N.J. Seton Hall 2, Hartford 0

Second Round at Chapel Hill, N.C. North Carolina 3, Towson 0

1991 NCAA Championship First Round at New Haven, Conn. Yale 3, Boston University 2

2000 NCAA Championship First Round at Providence, R.I. Brown 2, Vermont 0

at New York, N.Y. Hartford 2, Columbia 1

1998 NCAA CCA Play-In at Drexel Field, Philadelphia, Pa. Rider 3, Drexel 1

Second Round at Charlottesville, Va. Virginia 2, Hartford 1 (4OT)

1997 NCAA CCA Play-In at Nickerson Field, Boston, Mass. Boston University 1, Long Island 0

1990 NCAA Championship First Round at Centennial Field, Burlington, Vt. Dartmouth 1, Vermont 1 Dartmouth advances on PK’s

1997 NCAA Championship First Round at Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth 5, Boston University 1

at Medford, Mass. Boston University 3, Boston College 2

1996 NCAA Championship First Round at Kingston, R.I. Hartford 3, Rhode Island 2 (2OT)

Second Round at Evansville, Ind. Evansville 1, Boston University 0

at Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 3, Boston University 2

1989 NCAA Championship First Round at Centennial Field, Burlington, Vt. Vermont 2, Connecticut 1

Second Round at Cambridge, Mass. Hartford 3, Harvard 2 (2OT)

Second Round at Centennial Field, Burlington, Vt. Vermont 1, Yale 0 (OT)

Quarterfinals at Charlotte, N.C. UNC Charlotte 3, Hartford 0

Quarterfinals at Piscataway, N.J. Rutgers 1, Vermont 0

1995 NCAA Championship First Round at Providence, R.I. Brown 2, Boston University 1

In the NCAAs

1988 NCAA Championship First Round at Storrs, Conn. Boston University 3, Connecticut 1 Second Round at Bloomington, Ind. Indiana 3, Boston University 1

America East is 14-24-5 all-time in NCAA tournament play and has had at least one team reach the second round in eight of the last 10 years. The league has received multiple bids five times, most recently in 2007. Hartford and Vermont have advanced the furthest in the tournament, each reaching the quarterfinal round in 1996 and 1988, respectively.

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ALL-TIME STANDINGS

CONFERENCE REGULAR SEASON TEAM W L T PCT. Boston University 116 39 24 .715 Towson 42 20 3 .669 Binghamton 37 23 12 .597 Hofstra 33 27 5 .546 Vermont 82 70 28 .533 New Hampshire 80 72 27 .517 Hartford 80 74 26 .517 UMBC 28 26 10 .516 Albany 34 37 12 .482 Drexel 42 42 9 .500 Northeastern 52 71 10 .429 Stony Brook 32 38 12 .463 Maine 41 108 17 .298 Delaware 21 69 3 .242

*CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT W L T PCT. 16 7 6 .655 6 4 0 .600 7 4 6 .588 1 4 1 .250 10 8 3 .548 5 9 3 .382 7 6 5 .528 3 4 2 .444 0 4 1 .100 2 3 1 .417 7 5 0 .583 3 3 3 .500 0 3 0 .000 0 1 0 .000

Current Membership in BOLD *In conference tournament play, games decided by penalty kicks are recorded as ties

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

STRIKER OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Levi Houapeu, UMBC Andrew Bulls, UMBC Claudio Dantas, Albany Cameron Keith, Binghamton Chris Banks, New Hampshire Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Charles Darkwah, Binghamton Alon Lubezky, Hartford Atha Kirkopolous, Northeastern

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

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Year 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Joachim Kaland, Boston U. Alfonso DeMares, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Richie Moller, Towson Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Rob Jachym, Hartford Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford Victor Hernani, Hartford Kevin Wylie, Vermont Mike Bertos, Boston U.

MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Levi Houapeu, UMBC Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Matt Watson, UMBC Matt Watson, UMBC

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Leonardo Fernandes

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

COACH OF THE YEAR*

Name, Team Boston U. (Neil Roberts) New Hampshire (Rob Thompson) Boston U. (Neil Roberts) Binghamton (Paul Marco) New Hampshire (Rob Thompson) Peter Caringi, UMBC Neil Roberts, Boston U. Travers Evans, Maine Ed Matz, Northeastern Neil Roberts, Boston U. Ed Matz, Northeastern Roy Paton, Vermont Jim Evans, Hartford Frank Olszewski, Towson Roy Patton, Vermont Marc Samonisky, Delaware Frank Olszewski, Towson Neil Roberts, Boston U. Lew Meehl, Drexel Mike Noonan, New Hampshire Neil Roberts, Boston U. Keith Cammidge, Northeastern

* Award changed to Coaching Staff of Year in 2006. Head coach in parentheses

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DEFENDER OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Colin Henry, Boston U. Joe Annese, New Hampshire Connor Tobin, Vermont Adam Chavez, Binghamton Zach Kirby, Boston U. Graham Munro, Binghamton Graham Munro, Binghamton Graham Munro, Binghamton Keli Helgasson, Vermont

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

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Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston U. Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Chris Banks, New Hampshire Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Matt Watson, UMBC Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Sergio Saccoccio, Northeastern Alon Lubezky, Hartford Nick Azarian, Vermont Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Alphonso DeMares, Towson Darius Burton, Hofstra Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Nick Bone, Boston U. Kyle Gray, Maine Jake Ouimet, Maine Todd Herskovitz, Hartford Troy Cowell, Vermont Chris Williams, Hartford Tim Horton, Boston U.

GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR

Name, Team Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Steward Ceus, Albany Matt Glaeser, Hartford Brian Levey, New Hampshire Brian Levey, New Hampshire Bouna Coundoul, Albany Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Bouna Coundol, Albany

Colin O’Donnell

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

Name, Team Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Connor Tobin, Vermont Connor Tobin, Vermont Stephan Hall, Albany Stephan Hall, Albany Stephan Hall, Albany Alon Lubezky, Hartford Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Anders Hoyem, Northeastern Chris Shaver, Vermont Anders Hoyem, Northeastern Richie Moller, Towson Richie Moller, Towson Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Ola Olsen, Boston U. Steve Walker, Boston U. Todd Herskovitz, Hartford Mike Pellegrini, Drexel

FIRST TEAM Albany (5) Steward Ceus (2008) Bouna Coundoul (2002, 04) Claudio Dantas (2008) Savva Theofilou (2004) Binghamton (15) Liam Carson (2009) Adam Chavez (2006, 07) Danilo (2004, 05) Charles Darkwah (2004) Stefan Gonet (2003) Kyle Manscuk (2010) Graham Munro (2002, 03, 04, 05) Cameron Keith (2007) Justin Leskow (2008) Barry Neville (2007) Boston University (74) Samuel Appiah (2009) Mike Bertos (1988, 89) Ben Berube (2010) Nick Bone (1994, 96, 97) Robert Buckmire (1988, 89) Michael Bustamante (2008, 09, 10) Mike Carpenter (1992) Alun Carter (1994) Sedrick Chin (2003, 05) Sigurd Dalen (1997, 98, 99) Anthony D’Angelo (2002) Bryan Devenney (1997, 98, 99) Andrew Dorman (2002, 03) Phil Dunn (1988, 90, 91) Michael Emenalo (1988) Okereke Emesih (1991, 92, 93) Robert Forde (1994) Kyle Fresh (1992) Tom Giatrakos (1994) Matt Hammond (1997) Colin Henry (2010) Neil Hlavaty (2006, 07) Jeff Hooper (1988) Tim Horton (1989) Jamie Johnson (2004) Joachim Kaland (2001) Zach Kirby (2006) Stephen Knox (2010) Kirk Miller (1999, 2000) Brian Murphy (1998) Emma Okonkwo (1990) Ola Olsen (1994, 95) Aaron O’Neal (2009, 10) Dan Schultz (2008) Jeff Schultz (1990, 91) David Silke (1990, 91) Dean Smith (1996, 97, 98) Christian Steen (1996, 97, 98) Francisco Tasande (1994, 95, 96) Shaun Taylor (2007) Christophe Verhaegen (1988, 89, 90) Peter Verplancke (1991) Steve Walker (1992, 93) Delaware (2) Brad Phillips (1996, 97) Drexel (7) Geoff Attard (1999) Mike Haberman (1999) Brian Herr (1995) Jeff Parke (2000) Mike Pellegrini (1991) Pete Shay (1998) Dan Zajac (2000)

ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS (LISTED BY SCHOOL) Hartford (35) Daniel Antunez (2007) Dwight Bronson (1988) Chris Doyle (2001) Victor Hernani (1989, 90) Matt Glaeser (2007) Ivan Guarin (2008, 09) Cristoffer Hartmann (1999) Todd Herskovitz (1992) Rob Jachym (1996) George Kostelis (1990, 92) Alon Lubezky (2001, 02, 03) Asaf Lubezky (1999, 2000, 01, 02) Jason Marlovits (1995, 96) Kenniel Matin (2007) Mike Rotsel (1988) Vito Serafini (1988, 89, 90, 91) Milton Speid (2000, 01) Chris Williams (1989) Dominic Willock (1996, 97) Elvis Thomas (1993, 94) Cedomir Tomcic (2009) Carlos Villa (2008) Maine (14) Ricky Brown (1998) Gary Crompton (1991) Scott Douglas (1988) Cooper Friend (2003) Peter Gardula (1990) Kyle Gray (1995, 96) Russell Hutchison (2000) Paul Kelly (1992, 94, 95) Jake Ouimet (1995) Rob Thompson (1988) Marshall White (1990) UMBC (13) Andrew Bulls (2009, 10) Marcus Gross (2003, 04, 05) Levi Houpeau (2009, 10) Michael Joseph (2003) Derek McElligott (2003) Kevin Mezzadra (2006) Daniel Mongello (2003) Matt Watson (2005, 06) New Hampshire (24) Joe Annese (2009) Steve Baccari (1993) Chris Banks (2006, 09) Scott Brennan (1989) Nicola Chicco (2002) Brendan Hankard (2002, 03) Mike Keevan (1998) Ryan Leib (1992, 93, 94) Bryan Levey (2005, 06) Brian O’Connor (1992, 93) Colin O’Donnell (2009, 10) Adam Purcell (1999) Mike Veneto (1992, 93, 94) Kyle Urso (2008) Bill Woods (1994) Northeastern (7) Andrew Boyea (1996) Bjorn Hansen (1995, 96) Andres Hoyem (2000, 01) Atha Kirkopoulos (2002, 03) Stony Brook (8) Leonardo Fernandes (2010) Yahaya Musa (2006, 07) Douglas Narvaez (2005) Michael Palacio (2005, 06, 07) Greg Tinari (2010)

Towson (9) Alfonso DeMares (1998, 99, 2000) Todd Hicks (1995) Petteri Kaijasilta (1995) Todd Lauber (2001) Peter Medd (1998) Richie Moller (1997) Erik Washington (1995) Vermont (24) Tony Anderson (2004) Roberto Beall (1990) Brad Bierman (1993) Jesse Brady-Searby (2005) John Coughlin (1993) Troy Cowell (1991) Jordan Crasilneck (2008) Stephane Delval (1991, 92) Mike Dias (1999, 2000) T.J. Gore (2006) Loren Hill (2007) Keli Helgason (2002) Chris Karwoski (1990) Jim St. Andre (1989) Chris Shaver (2000) Phil Signoroni (1997) Lee Stephane Kouadio (2005) Connor Tobin (2007, 08) Adam Wallace (2002) Kevin Wylie (1988, 89) SECOND TEAM Albany (16) Greg Chevalier (2002) Bouna Coundoul (2003) Erik DiLorenzo (2008) George Friedman (2004) Yan Gbolo (2005, 06) Sadeky Jackson (2001) Bo Jelovac (2010) Don Johnson (2008) Stephan Hall (2004, 05) Rodrigo Marion (2002, 03) Steven Procknal (2002) Gaby Seguin-Gauthier (2008) Jason Warhaw (2001) Binghamton (17) Stephen Bruce (2002, 03) Danilo (2003) Charles Darkwah (2003) Jake Keegan (2009) Cameron Keith (2008) Kyle Kucharski (2009) Kyle Manscuk (2008) Matt Narode (2006, 07) Peter Sgueglia (2006) Jason Stenta (2006, 09) Ryan Walter (2009, 10) Ibrahim Yusuf (2006) Scott Zobre (2009) Boston University (23) Samuel Appiah (2008) Chris Bone (2000) Nick Bone (1995) Sedrick Chin (2004) Sigurd Dalen (1996) Richy Dorman (2008) Erik Evjen (2001, 02, 03, 04) Steve Gahl (2006) Matt Hammond (1996) Ben Havey (2010) Colin Henry (2009) Joachim Kaland (1999) Zach Kirby (2004, 05) Kelvin Madzongwe (2010) Dan Schultz (2007) Moshe Shalchon (2006) Petur Sigurdsson (2006) Shaun Taylor (2008) Zak Thompson (2001)

Delaware (2) Dan Kean (2001) Dan Schultz (1996) Drexel (11) Geoff Attard (1998) Paul Bredickas (1995) Andy Bross (1997, 99) Rob Gottschalk (1998) Mike Haberman (2000) Brian Herr (1997) Phil Karn (1995) Phil Kiernan (1998) Zoran Markovski (1995) Mark Zajac (1999) Hartford (14) Andreas Blamo (2007) Ryan Carr (2005) Chris Doyle (1999) Kevin Hickey (1996) Bryan Kerachsky (1998) Kenniel Martin (2003) Andrew Mills (1996, 97) Gary Muir (2007) Frank Natale (1995) Patrick Roy (2007) Jamie Thomas (2010) Adrian Weekes (1995, 96) Carlos Villa (2009) Maine (5) Ricky Brown (1997, 99) Daniel Florez (2002) Cooper Friend (2005) Dan Noblet (1995) UMBC (6) Pete Caringi III (2010) Kevin Gnatiko (2007) Dan Louisignau (2010) Derek McElligott (2004) Kevin Mezzadra (2005) Bryan Moffa (2007) New Hampshire (14) Steve Baccari (1995) John Bergqvist (2005, 06) Mike Brady (1995) Josh Hareld (2002) Brad Hilton (2009, 10) Tyler Jackson (2003) Adam Karam (2000) Michael Keevan (1997) Logan Lee (2002) Adam Purcell (1998) Brian Rosa (1999) Willy Schweitzer (1996) Northeastern (14) Nils Aass (1995) Brendan Faherty (1999) Tyler Heimried (2004) Andres Hoyem (1999) Glen Jusczyk (1996) Albert Numler (1997) Trond Olsen (2001) Heiko Ross (1995) Sergio Saccoccio (2002, 04) Petter Starnas (2000, 01) Oumar Thiam (2002, 03) Stony Brook (8) Raphael Abreu (2010) Leonardo Fernandes (2009) Collin Geoghegan (2009) Berian Gobeil (2009) Yahaya Musa (2005) Mladen Ramic (2010) Chris Scarpati (2005) Mahamadou Simpara (2007)

Towson (10) Chris Carpenter (1998, 99) Alfonso DeMares (1998) Steve Hoeck (2001) Todd Lauber (1999, 2000) Adam Lowe (1998) Machel Millwood (2001) Frank Thorbjornsen (2000) Ian Wildey (1996, 97) Vermont (19) Nick Azarian (2000) Matt Chavez (2003) Jordan Crasilneck (2005) Jamie Farrell (2000) Panos Georgiadis (2006, 07) T.J. Gore (2007, 08) Ethan Hutchins (2002) Jason Leahy (2004) Kyle Luetkehans (2010) Jake McFadden (2008) Sean Nealis (1997) Chris O’Rose (1998) Roger Scully (2007, 08) Sullivan Silva (2003) Connor Tobin (2006) Tim Willard (2000) ALL ROOKIE Albany (9) Erik DiLorenzo (2005) Yan Gbolo (2003) Brian Gordon (2006) Lucas Machado (2001) Rodrigo Marion (2002) Konner McNamara (2008) Christoffer Nisser (2010) Ian Peach (2007) Brad Ray (2005) Binghamton (12) Kyle Antos (2002) Bryan Arnault (2003) Adam Chavez (2004) Stefan Gonet (2003) Jake Keegan (2009) Kyle Manscuk (2007) Tommy Moon (2010) Graham Munro (2002) Barry Neville (2005) Jason Stenta (2006) Andy Tiedt (2008) Ryan Walter (2008) Boston University (22) Ade Akinsanya (2009) Samuel Appiah (2006) Brandon Briggs (2010) Michael Bustamante (2008) Andrew Dorman (2000) Richy Dorman (2006) Roland Erlichman (2004) Erik Evjen (2001) Federico (2001) Mike Feely (2000) Neil Hlavaty (2005) Colin Henry (2008) Jamie Johnson (2002) Zach Kirby (2003) Kelvin Madzongwe (2010) Derrick McCaffery (2010) Aaron O’Neal (2007) Anders Ostli (2003) Matthew Shea (2007) Zak Thompson (2001) Shane Westbrook (2004) Max White (2010) Drexel (3) Jeff Parke (2000) Justin Sadler (2001) Dan Zajac (2000)

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ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS (LISTED BY SCHOOL/YEAR) Hartford (8) Pat Boucher (2008) Alon Lubezky (2001) Kenniel Martin (2003) Kevin O’Donnell Shaw (2006) Peter Ortega (2005) Jorge Rodriguez (2008) James Stamopolous (2009) Jamie Thomas (2007) Hofstra (2) Stephen Althoff (2000) Rishi Matadeen (2000) Maine (5) Adam Baxter (2007) Cooper Friend (2002) Gabriel Germano (2003) Daniel Tannous (2008) Jimmy Velas (2004) UMBC (14) Andrew Bulls (2008) Pete Caringi III (2010) Andrew Gillis (2006) Levi Houapeu (2007) Steve King (2005) Manuel Mariel (2005) Kevin Mezzadra (2003) Bryan Moffa (2004) Liam Paddock (2009) B.J. Quigley (2007) Phil Saunders (2009) Matt Watson (2004) Dan Welsh (2010) Chris Williams (2007) New Hampshire (12) Chris Banks (2006) John Bergqvist (2005) Josh Bronner (2009) Brendan Hankard (2000) Brad Hilton (2008) Alex Hussein (2009) Logan Lee (2001) Eric Masi (2002) Steven Palumbo (2010) Charlie Roche (2009) Bryan Stewart (2004) Jeff Turner (2010) Northeastern (6) David Downing (2002) Tom Heimreid (2002) Daniel Ivec (2003) Antha Kirkopoulos (2001) Oumar Thiam (2000) Stony Brook (11) Maurice Brown (2007) Dan Cukar (2004) Leonardo Fernandes (2009) Berian Gobeil (2009) Sanniel Headley (2003) Akil Jordan (2001) Yahaha Musa (2004) Oscar Leis (2006) Anthony Rogic (2009) Chris Scarpati (2002) Mark Secko (2007) Vermont (12) Nick Azarian (2000) Corey Bronner (2003) Malick Camara (2010) Jordan Crasilneck (2005) Keli Helgason (2000) T.J. Gore (2006) Rem Kielman (2006) Yannick Lewis (2008) Lee Stephane Kouadio (2005) Nick Mead (2006) Connor Tobin (2005) Jake Wallace (2004)

FIRST TEAM

2010 Ben Berube, Boston U. Aaron ONeal, Boston U. Levi Houapeu, UMBC Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Stephen Knox, Boston U. Andrew Bulls, UMBC Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Kyle Manscuk, Binghamton Colin Henry, Boston U. Greg Tinari, Stony Brook Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire 2009 Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Andrew Bulls, UMBC Chris Banks, New Hampshire Samuel Appiah, Boston U. Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Ivan Guarin, Hartford Levi Houapeu, UMBC Liam Carson, Binghamton Cedomir Tomcic, Hartford Joe Annese, New Hampshire Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire 2008 Claudio Dantas, Albany Carlos Villa, Hartford Justin Leskow, Binghamton Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Ivan Guarin, Hartford Kyle Urso, New Hampshire Jordan Crasilneck, Vermont Barry Neville, Binghamton Dan Schultz, Boston U. Connor Tobin, Vermont Steward Ceus, Albany 2007 Cameron Keith, Binghamton Shaun Taylor, Boston U. Barry Neville, BInghamton Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Daniel Antunez, Hartford Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Loren Hill, Vermont Adam Chavez, Binghamton Connor Tobin, Vermont Yahaha Musa, Stony Brook Matt Glaeser, Hartford 2006 Kevin Mezzadra, UMBC Chris Banks, New Hampshire T.J. Gore, Vermont Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Kenniel Martin, Hartford Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Jordan Crasilneck, Vemont Adam Chavez, Binghamton Zach Kirby, Boston U. Yahaya Musa, Stony Brook Brian Levey, New Hampshire 2005 Sedrick Chin, Boston U. Chris Medaloudis, Stony Brook Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Danilo, Binghamton Matt Watson, UMBC Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Douglas Narvaez, Stony Brook Graham Munro, Binghamton Marcus Gross, UMBC Jesse Brady-Searby, Vermont Brian Levey, New Hampshire

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2004 Charles Darkwah, Binghamton Chris Medaloudis, Stony Brook Tony Anderson, Vermont Danilo, Binghamton Jamie Johnson, Boston U. Matt Watson, UMBC Eric Masi, New Hampshire Savvas Theofilou, Albany Graham Munro, Binghamton Marcus Gross, UMBC Tyler Jackson, New Hampshire Bouna Coundoul, Albany 2003 Sedrick Chin, Boston U. Alon Lubezky, Hartford Derek McElligott, UMBC Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Cooper Friend, Maine Michael Jospeh, UMBC Danny Mongello, UMBC Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Graham Munro, Binghamton Marcus Gross, UMBC Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Stefan Gonet, Binghamton 2002 Nicola Chicco, New Hampshire Alon Lubezky, Hartford Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Anthony D’Angelo, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Adam Wallace, Vermont Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Keli Helfgason, Vermont Graham Munro, Binghamton Bouna Coundoul, Albany 2001 Alfonso DeMares, Towson Joachim Kaland,Boston U. Alon Lubezky, Hartford Andres Hoyem, Northeastern Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Andew Dorman, Boston U. Todd Lauber, Towson Rishi Matadeen, Hofstra Luckisee Williams, Hofstra Milton Speid, Hartford Chris Doyle, Hartford 2000 Alfonso DeMares, Towson Kirk Miller, Boston U. Aboubacar Camara, Hofstra Andres Hoyem, Northeastern Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Russell Hutchison, Maine Dan Zajac, Drexel Milton Speid, Hartford Mike Dias, Vermont Jeff Parke, Drexel Chris Shaver, Vermont 1999 Alfonso DeMares, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Petter Starnas, Northeastern Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Kirk Miller, Boston U. Geoff Attard, Drexel Bryan Dvenney, Boston U. Cristoffer Hartmann, Hartford Mike Dias, Vermont Mike Haberman, Drexel

1998 Ricky Brown, Maine Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Richie Moller, Towson Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Pete Shay, Drexel Christian Steen, Boston U. Bryan Devenney, Boston U. Mike Keevan, New Hampshire Peter Medd, Towson Dean Smith, Boston U. Bryan Murphy, Boston U. 1997 Nick Bone, Boston U. Sigurd Dallen, Boston U. Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Richie Moller, Towson Matt Hammond, Boston U. Christian Steen, Boston U. Dominic Willock, Hartford Bryan Devenney, Boston U. Brad Phillips, Delaware Phil Signoroni, Vermont Dean Smith, Boston U. Jay Palmer, Hofstra 1996 Nick Bone, Boston U. Andrew Boyea, Northeastern Kyle Gray, Maine Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Rob Jachym, Hartford Jason Marlovits, Hartford Brad Phillips, Delaware Dean Smith, Boston U. Christian Steen, Boston U. Francisco Tasende, Boston U. Dominic Willock, Hartford 1995 Kyle Gray, Maine Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Brian Herr, Drexel Todd Hicks, Towson Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Paul Kelly, Maine Jason Marlovits, Hartford Ola Olsen, Boston U. Jake Ouimet, Maine Francisco Tasende, Boston U. Erik Washington, Towson 1994 Nick Bone, Boston U. Alun Carter, Boston U. Robert Forde, Boston U. Tom Giatrakos, Boston U. Paul Kelly, Maine Ryan Lieb, New Hampshire Ola Olson, Boston U. Francisco Tasande, Boston U. Elvis Thomas, Hartford Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Bill Woods, New Hampshire 1993 Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Brad Bierman, Vermont John Coughlin, Vermont Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Ryan Leib, New Hampshire Brian O’Connor, New Hampshire Elvis Thomas, Hartford Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Steve Walker, Boston U. 1992 Mike Carpenter, Boston U. Stephane Delval, Vermont Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Todd Herskovitz, Hartford Paul Kelly, Maine George Kostelis, Hartford Ryan Leib, New Hampshire Brian O’Connor, New Hampshire Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Steve Walker, Boston U.

1991 Troy Cowell, Vermont Gary Crompton, Maine Stephane Delval, Vermont Phil Dunn, Boston U. Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Mike Pellegrini, Drexel Jeff Schultz, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford David Silke, Boston U. Peter Verplancke, Boston U. 1990 Roberto Beall, Vermont Phil Dunn, Boston U. Peter Gardula, Maine Victor Hernani, Hartford George Kostelis, Hartford Emma Okonkwo, Boston U. Jeff Schultz, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford David Silke, Boston U. Christophe Verhaegen, Boston U. Marshall White, Maine 1989 Mike Bertos, Boston U. Scott Brennan, New Hampshire Robert Buckmire, Boston U. Victor Hernani, Hartford Tim Horton, Boston U. Jim St. Andre, Vermont Vito Serafini, Hartford Christophe Verhaegen, Boston U. Chris Williams, Hartford Kevin Wylie, Vermont 1988 Mike Bertos, Boston Univ. Dwight Bronson, Hartford Robert Buckmire, Boston Univ. Scott Douglas, Maine Phil Dunn, Boston Univ. Michael Emenalo, Boston U. Jeff Hooper, Boston Univ. Mike Rotsel, Hartford Vito Serafini, Hartford Rob Thompson, Maine Christophe Verhaegen, Boston U. Kevin Wylie, Vermont SECOND TEAM 2010 Bo Jelovac, Albany Pete Caringi III, UMBC Raphael Abreu, Stony Brook Ryan Walter, Binghamton Ben Havey, Boston U. Brad Hilton, New Hampshire Kyle Luetkehans, Vermont Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston U. Jamie Thomas, Hartford Mladen Ramic, Stony Brook Dan Louisignau, UMBC 2009 Jake Keegan, Binghamton Carlos Villa, Hartford Berian Gobeil, Stony Brook Ryan Walter, Binghamton Scott Zobre, Binghamton Brad Hilton, New Hampshire Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Kyle Kucharski, Binghamton Colin Henry, Boston U. Colin Geoghegan, Stony Brook Jason Stenta, Binghamton

ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS (LISTED BY YEAR) 2008 Cameron Keith, Binghamton Shaun Taylor, Boston U. Don Johnson, Albany Gaby Seguin-Gauthier, Albany Samuel Appiah, Boston U. Richy Dorman, Boston U. T.J. Gore, Vermont Erik DiLorenzo, Albany Kyle Manscuk, Binghamton Jake McFadden, Vermont Roger Scully, Vermont

2002 Stephen Bruce, Binghamton Logan Lee, New Hampshire Steven Procknal, Albany Daniel Florez, Maine Josh Hareld, New Hampshire Ethan Hutchins, Vermont Oumar Thiam, Northeastern Greg Chevalier, Albany Erik Evjen, Boston University Rodrigo Marion, Albany Sergio Saccoccio, Northeastern

2007 Andreas Blamo, Hartford T.J. Gore, Vermont Matt Narode, Binghamton Gary Muir, Hartford Kevin Gnatiko, UMBC Bryan Moffa, UMBC Mahamadou Simpara, Stony Brook Dan Schultz, Boston U. Patrick Roy, Hartfrod Panos Georgiadis, Vermont Roger Scully, Vermont

2001 Hughroy Daley, Hofstra Machel Millwood, Towson Petter Starnas, Northeastern Dan Keane, Delaware Patrick Geraghty, Hofstra Trond Olsen, Northeastern Jason Warshaw, Albany Erik Enjen, Boston U. Steve Hoeck, Towson Sadeky Jackson, Albany Zak Thompson, Boston U.

2006 Yan Gbolo, Albany Peter Sgueglia, Binghamton Petur Sigurdsson, Boston U. Matt Narode, Binghamton Ibrahim Yusuf, Binghamton Steve Gahl, Boston University Panos Georgiadis, Vermont Moshe Shalchon, Boston U. John Bergqvist, New Hampshire Connor Tobin, Vermont Jason Stenta, Binghamton 2005 Yan Gbolo, Albany Chris Scarpati, Stony Brook Jordan Crasilneck, Vermont Stephan Hall, Albany Cooper Friend, Maine Kevin Mezzadra, UMBC Eric Masi, New Hampshire Zach Kirby, Boston U. John Bergqvist, New Hampshire Yahaya Musa, Stony Brook Ryan Carr, Hartford 2004 Sedrick Chin, Boston U. Alon Lubezky, Hartford Derek McElligott, UMBC Stephan Hall, Albany Federico Bianchi, Boston U. Tom Heimried, Northeastern Jason Leahy, Vermont George Friedman, Albany Erik Evjen, Boston U. Zach Kirby, Boston U. Sergio Saccoccio, Northeastern 2003 Stephen Bruce, Binghamton Charles Darkwah, Binghamton Matt Chavez, Vermont Danilo, Binghamton Kenniel Martin, Hartford Tyler Jackson, New Hampshire Oumar Thiam, Northeastern Rodrigo Marion, Albany Erik Evjen, Boston U. Sullivan Silva, Vermont Bouna Coundoul, Albany

2000 Todd Lauber, Towson Jamie Farrell, Vermont Petter Starnas, Northeastern Chris Bone, Boston U. Andy Karam, New Hampshire Tim Willard, Vermont Frank Thorbjornsen, Towson Nick Azarian, Vermont Luckisee Williams, Hofstra Rishi Matadeen, Hofstra Mike Haberman, Drexel 1999 Ricky Brown, Maine Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Joachim Kaland, Boston U. Hoyem, Northeastern Todd Lauber, Towson Mark Zajac, Drexel Andy Bross, Drexel Chris Carpenter, Towson Brendan Faherty, Northeastern Brian Rosa, New Hampshire Chris Doyle, Hartford 1998 Dean Cummo, Hofstra Adam Lowe, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Bryan Kerachsky, Hartford Phil Kiernan, Drexel Alfonso DeMares, Towson Geoff Attard, Drexel Chris Carpenter, Towson Rob Gottaschalk, Drexel Brendan O’Boyle, Hofstra Chris Rose, Vermont 1997 Ricky Brown, Maine Michael Keevan, New Hampshire Darius Burton, Hofstra Andrew Mills, Hartford Sean Nealis, Vermont Andy Broos, Drexel Albert Numler, Northeastern Brendan O’Boyle, Hofstra Ian Wildey, Towson Brian Herr, Drexel 1996 Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Staurt Duffin, Hofstra Matt Hammond, Boston U. Kevin Hickey, Hartford Glen Jusczyk, Northeastern Wallace Luyten, Vermont Andrew Mills, Hartford Willy Schweitzer, New Hampshire Dan Schultz, Delaware Adrian Weekes, Hartford Ian Wildey, Towson

1995 Nils Aass, Northeastern Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Nick Bone, Boston U. Mike Brady, New Hampshire Paul Bredickas, Drexel Phil Karn, Drexel Jason Markovski, Drexel Frank Natale, Hartford Dan Noblet, Maine Heiko Ross, Northeastern Adrian Weekes, Hartford

2005 Brad Ray, Albany Erik DiLorenzo, Albany Barry Neville, Binghamton Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Peter Ortega, Hartford Stve King, UMBC Manuel Mariel, UMBC John Bergqvist, New Hampshire Lee Stephane Koudio, Vermont Jordan Crasilneck, Vermont Conner Tobin, Vermont

Second team selections began in 1995

2004 Adam Chavez, Binghamton Roland Erlichman, Boston U. Shane Westbrook, Boston U. Jimmy Velas, Maine Bryan Moffa, UMBC Matt Watson, UMBC Bryan Stewart, New Hampshire Matt Low, New Hampshire Dan Cukar, Stony Brook Yahaya Musa, Stony Brook Jake Wallace, Vermont

ALL ROOKIE

2010 Christoffer Nisser, Albany Tommy Moon, Binghamton Brandon Briggs, Boston U. Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston U. Derrick McCaffery, Boston U. Max White, Boston U. Pete Caringi III, UMBC Dan Welsh, UMBC Steven Palumbo, New Hampshire Jeff Turner, New Hampshire Malick Camara, Vermont 2009 Jake Keegan, Binghamton Ade Akinsanya, Boston U. James Stamapolous, Hartford Liam Paddock, UMBC Phil Saunders, UMBC Josh Bronner, New Hampshire Alex Hussein, New Hampshire Charlie Roche, New Hampshire Berian Gobeil, Stony Brook Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Anthony Rogic, Stony Brook 2008 Konner McNamara, Albany Ryan Walter, Binghamton Andy Tiedt, Binghamton Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Colin Henry, Boston U. Pat Boucher, Hartford Jorge Rodriguez, Hartford Daniel Tannous, Maine Andrew Bulls, UMBC Brad Hilton, New Hampshire Yannick Lewis, Vermont 2007 Ian Peach, Albany Kyle Manscuk, Binghamton Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Matthew Shea, Boston U. Jamie Thomas, Hartford Adam Baxter, Maine Levi Houapeu, UMBC B.J. Quigley, UMBC Chris Williams, UMBC Maurice Brown, Stony Brook Mark Secko, Stony Brook 2006 Brian Gordon, Albany Jason Stenta, Binghamton Richy Dorman, Boston U. Samuel Appiah, Boston U. Kevin O’Donnell Shaw, Hartford Andrew Gillis, UMBC Chris Banks, New Hampshire Oscar Leis, Stony Brook T.J. Gore, Vermont Nick Mead, Vermont Rem Kielman, Vermont

2003 Yan Gbolo, Albany Bryan Arnault, Binghamton Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Zach Kirby, Boston U. Anders Ostli, Boston U. Kenniel Martin, Hartford Gabriel Germano, Maine Kevin Mezzadra, UMBC Daniel Ivec, Northeastern Shanniel Headley, Stony Brook Corey Bronner, Vermont 2002 Kyle Antos, Binghamton Neil Beasley, Vermont David Downing, Northeastern Cooper Friend, Maine Tom Heimreid, Northeastern Jaime Johnson, Boston U. Rodrigo Marion, Albany Eric Masi, New Hampshire Graham Munro, Binghamton Sergio Saccoccio, Northeastern Chris Scarpati, Stony Brook 2001 Federico, Boston U. Erik Evjen, Boston U. Steve Fell, Towson Akil Jordan, Stony Brook Antha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Logan Lee, New Hampshire Alon Lubezkky, Hartford Lucas Machado, Albany Justin Sadler, Drexel Zak Thompson, Boston U. Easton Wilson, Hartford 2000 Andy Dorman, Boston U. Dan Zajac, Drexel Jeff Parke, Drexel Frank Thorbjornsen, Towson Stephen Althoff, Hofstra Rishi Matadeen, Hofstra Mike Feeley, Boston U. Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Oumar Thiam, Northeastern Nick Azarian, Vermont Keli Helgason, Vermont All-rookie selections began in 2000

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ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON INDIVIDUAL YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS (ALL GAMES)

POINTS Player, Team Levi Houapeu, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Claudio Dantas, Albany Cameron Keith, Binghamton Chris Banks, New Hampshire Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Tony Anderson, Vermont Alon Lubezky, Hartford Alon Lubezky, Hartford Alon Lubezky, Hartford Todd Lauber, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Richie Moller, Towson Nick Bone, Boston U. Rob Jachym, Hartford Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Mike Pellegrini, Drexel Victor Hernani, Hartford Mike Bertos, Boston U. Victor Hernani, Hartford Mike Bertos, Boston U. Vito Serifini, Hartford

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1988

Points 34 43 28 22 28 25 30 40 30 50 38 44 45 38 43 37 45 40 43 35 28 28 28 40 13

GOALS Player, Team Levi Houapeu, UMBC Andrew Bulls, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Carlos Villa, Hartford Cameron Keith, Binghamton Chris Banks, New Hampshire Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Tony Anderson, Vermont Charles Darkwah, Binghamton Alon Lubezky, Hartford Alon Lubezky, Hartford Alon Lubezky, Hartford Todd Lauber, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Richie Moller, Towson Nick Bone, Boston U. Rob Jachym, Hartford Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Nick Bone, Boston U. Elvis Thomas, Hartford Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Mike Pellegrini, Drexel Victor Hernani, Hartford Vito Serafini, Hartford Mike Bertos, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford Mike Bertos, Boston U.

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

GOALS

Team UMBC UMBC Albany Binghamton New Hampshire Stony Brook Binghamton Boston University Northeastern Towson Hofstra Towson Northeastern Towson Boston University Hartford Hartford Boston University New Hampshire Hartford Boston University Boston University Vermont / Hartford Boston University

Goals 15 15 15 12 10 14 9 12 12 17 14 21 13 21 21 16 17 14 18 16 18 15 12 12 12 12 17

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

ASSISTS Player, Team Andrew Bulls, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Claudio Dantas, Albany Jordan Crasilneck, Vermont Neil Hlavaty, Boston University Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Bryan Moffa, UMBC Kyle Urso, New Hampshire Douglas Narvaez, Stony Brook Matt Watson, UMBC Powell Cucchiella, UMBC Jamie Johnson, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Andrew Hoyem, Northeastern Todd Lauber, Towson Alfonso DeMares, Towson Andy Karam, New Hampshire Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Rob Jachym, Hartford Christian Steen, Boston U. Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Gisle Sorli, Boston University Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Peter Verplancke, Boston U. Emma Okonkwo, Boston U. Christopher Verhaegen, Boston U. GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Player, Team Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire Jason Stenta, Binghamton Jason Stenta, Binghamton Brian Levey, New Hampshire Brian Levey, New Hampshire Bouna Coundol, Albany Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Mike Vignola, New Hampshire Zak Thompson, Boston U. Mike Haberman, Drexel Allan Lewis, Northeastern Bryan Murphy, Boston U. Jay Palmer, Hofstra Andrew Boyea, Northeastern Bryan Murphy, Boston U. Ethan Jennings, Towson Robert Forde, Boston U. Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Seb D’Appolonia, Maine Marshall White, Maine Jim St. Andre, Vermont Jim St. Andre, Vermont

ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON TEAM YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS (ALL GAMES) Goals 36 43 39 27 32 31 44 33 42 59 35 35 47 48 48 45 42 58 41 42 51 48 40 53

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POINTS Team UMBC UMBC Albany Binghamton New Hampshire Stony Brook Binghamton Boston University Northeastern Towson Towson Northeastern Towson Boston University Hartford Towson Boston University New Hampshire Boston University Boston University Not available Not available Not available

Points 116 131 124 80 86 120 127 95 110 177 111 132 142 138 130 119 174 118 125 157

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Assists 15 13 10 10 6 6 5 5 11 9 9 9 12 10 10 13 12 12 10 11 10 9 9 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 13 Points 0.43 0.76 0.55 0.57 0.57 0.57 0.54 0.38 1.22 1.08 0.91 0.97 0.72 0.67 1.02 1.02 0.72 0.69 0.73 0.83 0.86 0.91 0.44 0.87

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED Team New Hampshire New Hampshire Binghamton Binghamton Boston University New Hampshire New Hampshire Albany Binghamton New Hampshire Boston University Drexel Northeastern Boston University Hofstra Northeastern Towson Hofstra New Hampshire Not available Maine Maine Vermont Vermont

Goals 11 17 12 12 12 12 10 10 9 23 23 15 19 14 15 20 14 14 19 14 15 11 18

ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADERS (ALL GAMES) Player, Team Alon Lubezky, Hartford Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Richie Moller, Towson Joachim Kaland, Boston U. Nick Bone, Boston U. Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Alon Lubezky, Hartford Rob Jachym, Hartford Mike Bertos, Boston U. Petter Starnas, Northeastern Nick Bone, Boston U. Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Elvis Thomas, Hartford

GOALS Goals 21 21 21 19 18 18 17 17 17 16 16 16 16

Player, Team Joakim Kaland, Boston U. Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Nick Bone, Boston U. Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Derek McElligott, UMBC Alon Lubezky, Hartford Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Cameron Keith, Binghamton Paul Roderick, Hofstra Nick Bone, Boston U. Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Elvis Thomas, Hartford Nick Bone, Boston U. Mike Pellegrini, Drexel

GOALS Goals 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Year 2001 1999 1997 1992 2003 2003 1995 2007 1997 1995 1995 1993 1994 1991

Player, Team Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Michael Joseph, UMBC Zoran Markovski, Drexel Peter Verplancke, Boston U. Andy Karam, New Hampshire Nick Bone, Boston University Jerome Fitzgerald, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Andrew Bulls, UMBC

ASSISTS Assists 10 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Year 1992 2003 1995 1991 1999 1997 1997 2001 2002 2011

Year 2001 1999 1998 2001 1994 1992 2003 1996 1988 1999 1997 1994 1993

Player, Team Andrew Bulls, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Gisle Sorli, Boston University Christopher Verhaegen, Boston U. Vito Serifini, Hartford Christopher Verhaegen, Boston U. Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Patrick Geraghty, Hofstra Anders Hoyem, Northeastern Todd Lauber, Towson Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Okereke Emesih, Boston University Peter Verplancke, Boston University Andrew Bulls, UMBC Andy Karam, New Hampshire Todd Herskovitz, Hartford Todd Martin, Drexel Emma Okonkwo, Boston University Douglas Narvaez, Stony Brook Michael Palacio, Stony Brook

ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADERS (CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY)

Alon Lubezky

Player, Team Joakim Kaland, Boston U. Nick Bone, Boston U. Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Derek McElligott, UMBC Alon Lubezky, Hartford Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Mike Pellegrini, Drexel

ASSISTS Assists 15 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Year 2010 2009 2001 1995 1994 1994 1989 1988 1988 2001 2001 2000 2000 1993 1992 1991 2009 1998 1992 1991 1990 2005 2005

POINTS Points 27 26 24 22 19 19 19 18 18

Year 2001 1997 1992 1999 2003 2003 1995 1995 1991

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 50% Team Minutes) Player, Team Avg. Year Jim St. Andre, Vermont 0.19 1989 Brad Rubin, Boston University 0.25 1991 Robert Forde, Boston U. 0.29 1993 Robert Forde, Boston U. 0.30 1994 Robert Forde, Boston U. 0.30 1992 Brad Rubin, Boston U. 0.30 1990 Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire 0.33 2009 Chris Mindru, Hartford 0.31 1989 Jason Stenta, Binghamton 0.34 2006 Stefan Gonet, Binghamton 0.40 2003 Brandon Briggs, Boston U. 0.43 2011 Rich Skoblicki, Stony Brook 0.47 2006

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ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON/GAME/POSTSEASON LEADERS

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY

INDIVIDUAL SCORING Goals/Game: 5, Adam Purcell, New Hampshire at Maine, 10/30/99; 5, Alon Lubezky, Hartford at Maine, 10/19/01 Assists/Game: 4, Guy Primor, Hartford at Maine, 10/19/01; 4, Anders Hoeyem Northeastern vs. Maine, 10/12/01 Points/Game: 10, Adam Purcell, New Hampshire at Maine, 10/30/99; 10, Alon Lubezky, Hartford at Maine, 10/19/01 INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING (Conference Games Only) Saves/Game: 14, Jay Palmer, Hofstra vs. New Hampshire, 10/12/97 Goals Against Average/Season: 0.19, Jim St. Andre, Vermont, 1989 Shutouts/Season: 6, Steve King, UMBC, 2005; Robert Forde, Boston University, 1994; Robert Forde, Boston University, 1993 TEAM Largest Margin Of Victory: 10, Vermont vs. Northeastern, 10/22/88 Goals/Game: 10, Vermont vs. Northeastern, 10/22/88 Most Wins/Season: 9, Hofstra, 1997; 9, Boston University, 2001 Most Ties/Season: 5, Hartford, 2007; 5, New Hampshire, 2007 Most Losses/Season: 10, Maine, 2002

CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SCORING Goals/Game: 2, Levi Houapeu, UMBC vs. Stony Brook, 2010; 2, Chris Banks, New Hampshire vs. Stony Brook, 2006; Federico Bianchi, Boston U. vs. Stony Brook, 2004; Nate Houghton, Northeastern vs. New Hampshire, 2002; Randy Tolson, Towson vs. Hartford, 2001; Jamie Farrel, Vermont vs. Hofstra, 2000; Nick Bone, Boston University vs. Hartford, 1996; Mike Veneto, New Hampshire vs. Hartford, 1994; Nick Bone, Boston University vs. Maine, 1994; Ryan Leib, New Hampshire vs. Hartford, 1991; Elvis Thomas, Hartford vs. Boston University, 1991 Goals/Tournament: 3, Nick Bone, Boston University, 1996; Nick Bone, Boston University, 1994; Elvis Thomas, Hartford, 1991, 3, Jamie Farrell, Vermont, 2000 Assists/Game: 3, Peter Sgueglia, Binghamton vs UMBC 2005, Assists/Tournament: 4, Gisle Sorli, Boston University, 1994 Points/Game: 4, Levi Houapeu, UMBC vs. Stony Brook, 2010; 4, Chris Banks, New Hampshire vs. Stony Brook, 2006; Federico Bianchi, Boston U. vs. Stony Brook, 2004;, Nate Houghton, Northeastern vs. New Hampshire; 2002 Nick Bone, Boston University vs. Hartford; Randy Tolson, Towson vs. Hartford, 2001; Jamie Farrel, Vermont vs. Hofstra, 2000; Nick Bone, Boston U. vs. Hartford, 1996; Nick Bone, Boston University vs. Maine, 1994; Mike Veneto, New Hampshire vs. Hartford, 1994; Elvis Thomas, Hartford vs. New Hampshire, 1994; Ryan Leib, New Hampshire vs. Hartford, 1991; Elvis Thomas, Hartford vs. Boston University, 1991 Points/Tournament: 8, Gisle Sorli, Boston University, 1994 INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING Saves/Game: 13, Chris Mindru, Hartford vs. Vermont, 1989 Saves/Tournament: 19, Chris Mindru, Hartford, 1989

Consecutive Wins: 25, Boston University, 1989-93 Goals/Season: 30, Boston University, 1997

Shutouts/Tournament: 3, Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire, 2010

Goals Allowed/Season: 28, Northeastern, 1988 Shutouts/Season: 6, UMBC, 2005; 6, Boston University, 1994; 6, Boston University, 1993 Consecutive Shutouts: 6, Boston University, 1993

Goals Against Average/Tournament: 0.00, Colin O’Donnell, New Hampshire, 2010; 0.00, Anthony Rogic, Stony Brook, 2009; 0.00, Roger Scully, Vermont, 2007; 0.00, Jim St. Andre, Vermont, 1989 Goals Allowed/Game: 4, Chris Mindru, Hartford, 1989; Jeff Hooper, Boston University, 1989 Fewest Saves/Game: 0, Mike Jenne, New Hampshire vs. Vermont, 2007; Ethan Holmes, Boston University vs. Hartford, 1995; Steve Baccari, New Hampshire vs. Hartford, 1994; Jeff Hooper, Boston University vs. Vermont, 1990 Fewest Saves/Tournament: 2, Ethan Holmes, Boston University, 1995; Steve Baccari, New Hampshire, 1994; Jim St. Andre, Vermont, 1989 TEAM Goals/Game: 5, Hofstra vs. Northeastern, 2001 Goals/Tournament: 7, Boston University, 1995 Goals Allowed/Tournament: 0, New Hampshire, 2010; 0, Stony Brook, 2009; 0, Vermont, 2007; 0, Vermont, 1989 Shutouts/Tournament: 3, New Hampshire, 2010 Penalty Kicks Made/Game: 6, Vermont vs. Boston University, 1990 Binghamton vs. Boston University, 2006 Penalty Kicks Made Both Teams/Game: 11, Binghamton vs. Boston University, 2006; 11, Hofstra vs. Drexel, 1997; 11, Vermont vs. Boston University, 1990;

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ALL-TIME WEEKLY AWARD WINNERS 2010 DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 1 2009 DATE Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 18 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 2008 DATE Sept. 1 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.

8 15 22 29

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 2007 DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8

PLAYER Nick O’Neill, Vermont Connor O’Brien, Vermont Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Ben Berube, Boston U. Jake Keegan, Binghamton Zach Paul, Vermont Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Stephen Knox, Boston U. Andrew Bulls, UMBC Raphael Abreu, Stony Brook Levi Houapeu, UMBC

ROOKIE Pete Caringi III, UMBC Luke Halberg, Binghamton Pete Caringi III, UMBC Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston U. Brandon Briggs, Boston U. Chris Hayen, Binghamton Kelvin Madzongwe, Boston U. Steven Palumbo, New Hampshire Tommy Klim, Binghamton Steven Palumbo, New Hampshire

PLAYER Andrew Bulls, UMBC Andrew Bulls, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Samuel Appiah, Boston U. Marty Galvin, Vermont Carlos Villa, Hartford Chris Banks, UMBC Chris Banks, UMBC Levi Houapeu, UMBC Stephen Knox, Boston U. Dylan George, Jr.

ROOKIE Berian Gobeil, Stony Brook D.J. Edler, Vermont Phil Saunders, UMBC Phil Saunders, UMBC Nick Prunier, Boston U.

PLAYER Claudio Dantas, Albany Kyle Urso, New Hampshire Hrafn Davidsson, Boston U. Tom Strackhouse, Boston U. Shaun Taylor, Boston U. Carlos Villa, Hartford

ROOKIE Andrew Bulls, UMBC

Don Johnson, Albany Carlos Villa, Hartford Connor Tobin, Vermont Shaun Kane, Albany Alex Rickett, Maine Cameron Keith, Binghamton Steward Ceus, Albany PLAYER Jason Stenta, Binghamton Adam Chavez, Binghamton Steve King, UMBC Michael Palacio, Stony Brook

Leonardo Fernandes, Stony Brook Jake Keegan, Binghamton Matt Kristek, Binghamton Leonardo Fernandes

Andrew Bulls, UMBC Andy Tiedt, Binghamton Sean Coleman, New Hampshire L.J. Papaleo, Albany Andrew Bulls, UMBC Patrick Boucher, Hartford Michael Bustamante, Boston U. Andrew Bulls, UMBC Drew Smalley, Vermont Lukas Peterson, Vermont ROOKIE Alex Rickett, Maine Daniel Chu, Boston U. Sam Groves, Hartford Brendan Symington, Vermont Scott Zobre, Binghamton Mark Secko, Stony Brook B.J. Quigley, UMBC

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5

Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Cameron Keith, Binghamton Steward Ceus, Albany Cameron Keith, Binghamton Kevin Hall, Hartford Cameron Keith, Binghamton Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Andreas Blamo, Hartford

2006 DATE Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23

PLAYER Petur Sigurdsson, Boston U. Zach Riffett, Boston U. Jason Stenta, Binghamton Tyler Hasman, Vermont Yan Gbolo, Albany Panos Georgiadis, Vermont Peter Sgueglia, Binghamton Jason Stenta, Binghamton

ROOKIE Chris Banks, New Hampshire Nick Mead, Vermont T.J. Gore, Vermont Chris Banks, New Hampshire Kevin O’Donnell Shaw, Hartford Chris Banks, New Hampshire Chris Banks, New Hampshire Andrew Gillis, UMBC

PLAYER Michael Card, New Hampshire Panos Georgiadis, Vermont Chris Magaloudis, Stony Brook Brian Levey, New Hampshire

ROOKIE Tom Critz, Vermont

2005 DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30

Luc Vallone, Binghamton Carlo Cudini, Hartford Chris Scarpati, Stony Brook Jese Brady-Searby, Vermont Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Roland Erlichman, Boston U. Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Pete Halkidis, Stony Brook Marcus Gross, UMBC Rob Fucci, Stony Brook

Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Chris Williams, UMBC Aaron O’Neal, Boston U. Levi Houapeu, UMBC

Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Mike McKee, New Hampshire Lee Stephane Kouadio, Vermont Neil Hlavaty, Boston U. Steve King, UMBC Jordan Craslineck, Vermont Tom Critz, Vermont Steve King, UMBC Manuel Mariel, UMBC

2004 DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 2 2003 DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 2002 DATE Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 2001 DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 * Due to

PLAYER Bouna Coundoul, Albany Bryan Arnault, Binghamton Mike Pennacchia, UMBC EJ Xikis, Stony Brook Tony Anderson, Vermont Tom Heinreid, Northeastern Powell Cucciella, UMBC Bouna Coundoul, Albany Charlie Darkwah, Binghamton Bouna Coundoul, Albany Chad Comrie, Boston U.

ROOKIE Michael Palacio, Stony Brook Bryan Arnault, Binghamton Jimmy Velas, Maine Adam Chavez, Binghamton Roland Erlichman, Boston U. Bryan Steward, New Hampshire Roland Erlichman, Boston U. Matt Watson, UMBC Roland Erlichman, Boston U. Roland Erlichman, Boston U.

PLAYER Derek McElligott, UMBC Alon Lubezky, Harford Alon Lubezky, Harford Charles Darkwah, Binghamton Matt Chavez, Vermont Sedrick Chin, Boston U. Marcus Gross, UMBC Matt Chavez, Vermont Alon Lubezky, Harford Alon Lubezky, Harford

ROOKIE Kenniel Martin, Hartford Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Yan Gbolo, Albany Bryan Arnault, Binghamton Daniel Ivec, Northeastern Stefan Gonet, Binghamton Gabriel Germano, Maine Stefan Gonet, Binghamton

PLAYER Greg Chevalier, Albany Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Logan Lee, New Hampshire David Sullivan, Vermont Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Matt Smith, Boston U. Alon Lubezky, Hartford Michael Austin, Binghamton

ROOKIE Sergio Saccocio, Northeastern

Matt Smith, Boston U. Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Tony Anderson, Vermont Michael Cipriano, Northeastern Adam Wallace, Vermont

Jamie Johnson, Boston U.

Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Steve Procknal, Albany PLAYER ROOKIE Allan Lewis, Northeastern Ashitan Holmes, Albany No winner selected* Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Trevor Serraro, Albany Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Asaf Lubezy, Hartford Joachim Kaland, Boston U. Mike Honeysett, Delaware Brendan Hankard, New Hampshire Sept. 11 tragedy

Bryan Arnault, Binghamton

Sedrick Chin, Boston U. Rodrigo Marion, Albany Nick Leddy, Albany Jason Leahy, Vermont

Sergio Saccoccio, Northeastern Eric Masi, New Hampshire Bennie Prueske, Northeastern Chad Mongeon, Maine Todd Brennan, Maine

Jim Greco, Drexel Logan Lee, New Hamsphire No winner selected* Alon Lubezky, Hartford Alon Lubezky, Hartford Atha Kirkopoulos, Northeastern Alon Lubezky, Hartford Zak Thompson, Boston U. Zak Thompson, Boston U.

2000 DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 22 Nov. 1

PLAYER ROOKIE Petter Starnas, Northeastern Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Mike Cardenas, Boston U. Shaun Higgins, Hofstra Andy Karam, New Hampshire Mike Haberman, Drexel Alfonso DeMares Aboubacar Camara, Hofstra Petter Starnas, Northeastern

Jochen Saier, Northeastern Nick Azarian, Vermont Stephan Kent, Hofstra Dan Zajac, Drexel Stephen Althoff, Hofstra Andrew Dorman, Boston U. Nick Azarian, Vermont Joe DeChiaro, Hartford Havard Halvorsen, Vermont

1999 DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 1

PLAYER Aaron Benjamin, Maine Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Petter Starnas, Northeastern Kirk Miller, Boston U. Alfonso DeMares, Towson Allan Lewis, Northeastern Alfonso DeMares, Towson Chris Turley, Towson Adam Purcell, New Hampshire

ROOKIE Shaun Higgins, Maine David Said, Vermont Matt Smith, Boston U. Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Nate Houghton, Northeastern Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Asaf Lubezky, Hartford Justin Varrone, Hofstra LeRoy Watkins, Northeastern

1998 DATE PLAYER Information Not Available

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1997 DATE Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13

ALL-TIME WEEKLY AWARD WINNERS ROOKIE Chris Beston, Northeastern Mario Becker, Towson Aaron Benjamin, Maine Adam Purcell, New Hampshire Chris Beston, Northeastern Johannes Ruth, Towson Justin Bieber, Drexel

Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3

PLAYER Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Michael Keevan, New Hampshire Alfredo Bulgarini, Northeastern Richie Moller, Towson Brad Phillips, Delaware Stuart Duffin, Hofstra Sean Nealis, Vermont Jay Palmer, Hofstra Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Jay Palmer, Hofstra Mitch Osman, New Hampshire

1996 DATE Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4

PLAYER Richie Moller, Towson Rob Jachym, Hartford Jeff Mongillo, Hofstra Rob Jachym, Hartford Joaquin Hurtado, Delaware Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Staurt Suffin, Hofstra Andrew Boyea, Northeastern Rob Jachym, Hartford

ROOKIE Ricky Brown, Maine Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. David Pettitt, Hofstra David Sall, Towson Aaron Brunner, New Hampshire Dominic Willock, Hartford Sigurd Dalen, Boston U. Gary Houck, Towson Mitch Osman, New Hampshire ROOKIE Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Mike Keevan, New Hampshire Mike Keevan, New Hampshire Ethan Jennings, Towson

Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6

PLAYER Mike Keevin, New Hampshire Mike Stillman, Towson Jake Ouimet, Maine Frank Natale, Hartford Mike Dunphy, Maine Jake Ouimet, Maine Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Petteri Kaijasilta, Towson Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern

Julian Bukeyan, Drexel Bryan Murphy, Boston U. Adrian Weekes, Hartford Mike Keevan, New Hampshire Adrian Weekes, Hartford

1994 DATE Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31

PLAYER Ola Olsen, Boston U. Bjorn Hansen, Northeastern Nick Bone, Boston University Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Rob Jachym, Hartford Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Aaron Porter, New Hampshire

ROOKIE Phil Karn, Drexel Seb Cognetta, Hartford Phil Karn, Drexel Jason Lewis, Vermont Phil Karn, Drexel Tim Martin, Drexel Phil Karn, Drexel Pat McCann, Hartford

1993 DATE Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1

PLAYER Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Paul deCastro, Vermont Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Erik Dahle, Drexel Nils Aass, Northeastern Ola Olsen, Boston U. Heiko Ross, Northeastern Elvis Thomas, Hartford

ROOKIE Mike Caputo, Drexel Bjarte Skuseth, Boston U. Greg Purnell, Northeastern Kyle Gray, Maine Bjarte Skuseth, Boston U. Dan Martell, Vermont Joe DeChiaro, Hartford Havard Halvorsen, Vermont

1992 DATE Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2

PLAYER Okereke Emesih, Boston U. Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Seb D’Appolonia, Maine Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Tod Herskovitz, Hartford Kyle Fresh, Boston U. Kyle Fresh, Boston U.

ROOKIE Rob Jachym, Hartford Ryan Levesque, Vermont Rob Jachym, Hartford Ryan Levesque, Vermont Matt Cameron, Northeastern Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Steve Baccari, New Hampshire Jake Ouimet, Maine

1991 DATE Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4

PLAYER Vito Serafini, Hartford Rune Helgeland, Drexel Mike Pellegrini, Drexel Emesih Okereke, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford Mike Pellegrini, Drexel Tim Horton, Boston U. Aaron Agrodnia, New Hampshire

ROOKIE Ryan Leib, New Hampshire Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Ryan Leib, New Hampshire Bob Radakovic, Vermont Mike Veneto, New Hampshire Bob Radakovic, Vermont Paulo Nunes, Maine Elvis Thomas, Hartford

1995 DATE Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2

Justin Beiber, Drexel Chris Bone, Boston U. Jerome Fitzgerald, Boston U.

2011-12 AMERICA EAST RECORD BOOK – Men’s Soccer

1990 DATE Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

8 15 22 29

1989 DATE Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 1988 DATE Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

3 10 17 24 31

Nov. 7

PLAYER Vito Serafini, Hartford Brad Rubin, Boston U. Peter Verplancke, Boston U. Gary Crompton, Maine Mark Zola, Vermont Roberto Beall, Vermont Victor Hernani, Hartford Victor Hernani, Hartford Tim Horton, Boston University

ROOKIE Brandon Cruz, Hartford Simon Richard, Maine Troy Cowell, Vermont Kevin Sampson, Northeastern Seb D’Appolonia, Maine Emesih Okereke, Boston U. Mike Coughlin, Vermont Dan Lessard, Northeastern

PLAYER Kevin Wylie, Vermont Chris Karwoski, Vermont Gregg Butler, Boston University Scott Brennan, New Hampshire Mike McGuire, Maine Javier Resa, Hartford Christoper Verhaegen, Boston U. Christoper Verhaegen, Boston U.

ROOKIE George Kostelis, Hartford George Kostelis, Hartford Stephane Delval, Vermont Chris Williams, Hartford Aaron Agrodnia, New Hampshire Emma Okonkwo, Boston University Chris Williams, Hartford Chris Williams, Hartford

PLAYER ROOKIE Jorge Zapata, Boston U. Mike Fray, Hartford Jim St. Andre, Vermont Vito Serafini, Hartford Michael Grubor, Hartford Vito Serafini, Hartford Christophe Verhaegen, Boston U. Mike Bertos, Boston U. Marc Stern, Vermont Mike Emenalo, Boston U. None Selected Scott Douglass, Maine Vito Serafini, Hartford Mike Mason, Vermont Timothy Horton, Boston U. Mike Bertos, Boston U. Vito Serafini, Hartford Chris Mindru, Hartford Todd Brennan, Maine Vito Serafini, Hartford