2004 men's soccer guide

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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
General Information
2004 Schedule
2004 Roster
2004 Outlook
Player Profiles
Head Coach Elmar Bolowich
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5-13
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2001 NCAA Champions
A History of Tar Heel Soccer
All-Time Results
ACC Honors
Carolina in the ACC Tournament
Carolina in the NCAA Tournament
Carolina All-Americas
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34-38
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47-49
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Carolina’s varsity sports.
SUPPORTING UNC
MEN’S SOCCER
Assistant Coaches
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UNC Athletic Administration
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Carolina Leadership Academy
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Support Staff/Carolina Soccer Camp
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Friends of Carolina Soccer
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Fetzer Field
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McCaskill Soccer Center
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A Well-Rounded Program
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This is Carolina
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2003 Season Review and Stats
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QUICK FACTS
Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.
Chartered: 1789
Enrollment: 25,480 (15,844 undergraduate)
Chancellor: Dr. James Moeser
Director of Athletics: Dick Baddour
Affiliation: NCAA Division I
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Nickname: Tar Heels
Mascot: Rameses (a ram)
Colors: Carolina Blue and White
Web site: www.TarHeelBlue.com
Field: Fetzer Field
Capacity: 5,025
Playing Surface: Grass
UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Alma Mater/Year: University of Mainz, ‘81
Career Record: 188-103-18 (15 years)
Record at Carolina: Same
Assistant Coach: Carlos Somoano
Alma Mater/Year: Eckerd College, ‘92
Goalkeeper Trainer: John Cone
Alma Mater/Year: Butler, ‘93
Head Strength Coach: Greg Gatz
Head Trainer: Chris Hirth
Academic Counselor: Kym Orr
Tar Heels in Professional Soccer
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Tar Heels and the U.S. National Team 53
Yearly Statistical Leaders
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Career Scoring Leaders
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Tar Heel Record Book
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Miscellaneous Records/The ACC
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Coaching and Series Records
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All-Time Lettermen
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2004 Opponents
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Administrative Assistant: Delaine Marbry
Soccer Office Phone: (919) 962-0466
Soccer Office Fax: (919) 962-4038
Press Box Phone: (919) 962-1460
2003 Overall Record: 12-4-4
2003 ACC Record: 2-3-1
2003 ACC Finish: Tie-Fourth Place
2003 NCAA Tournament: 0-1
(Lost in Second Round)
NCAA Appearances: 12
(Most Recent: 2003)
UNC ATHLETIC
COMMUNICATIONS
Associate A.D. for Communications:
Steve Kirschner
Men’s Soccer Contact: John Martin
Email Address: [email protected]
Office Phone: (919) 962-0084
Office Fax: (919) 962-0612
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27515
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2004
UNC MEN’S
SOCCER
MEDIA GUIDE
The 2004 UNC
Men’s Soccer
media guide was
edited by John
Martin, Asst.
Director of Athletic
Communications,
with assistance
from the UNC Athletic Communications
staff.
Covers designed by John Martin. All
photography by Jeffrey A. Camarati
unless otherwise noted. Front and back
cover photos by Jeffrey A. Camarati,
except Ford Williams taken by Karen
Jonas. All inside front cover photos by
Karen Jonas.
Special thanks to Jeffrey A. Camarati,
Karen Jonas, Dan Sears, Justin Smith,
AllSport/Getty Images and U.S. Soccer.
Printing by Theo Davis Sons, Inc. of
Zebulon, N.C.
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 1 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
GENERAL INFORMATION
CONTENTS
2004 SCHEDULE
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Day
Sat.
Sat.
Date
Aug. 21
Aug. 28
Fri.
Sun.
Sept. 3
Sept. 5
Fri.
Fri.
Sun.
Sun.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Fri.
Tue.
Sun.
Wed.
Sun.
Wed.
Sun.
Wed.
Sat.
Wed.
Sun.
Wed.
Sun.
Sun.
Opponent
Site
College of Charleston (exhibition) Cary, N.C. (SAS Stadium)
at Coastal Carolina (exhibition)
Conway, S.C.
OHIO STATE CLASSIC
vs. Penn State
at Ohio State
CAROLINA NIKE CLASSIC
Wake Forest vs. VCU
North Carolina vs. Florida Int’l
Wake Forest vs. Florida Int’l
North Carolina vs. VCU
10
10
12
12
Sept. 17
Sept. 21
Sept. 26
Sept. 29
Oct. 3
Oct. 6
Oct. 10
Oct. 13
Oct. 16
Oct. 20
Oct. 24
Oct. 27
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
UNC Wilmington
at Old Dominion
Virginia*
at UNC Greensboro
at Duke*
UNC Asheville
at Maryland*
at Elon
South Carolina
at Virginia Tech*
NC State*
William & Mary
Wake Forest*
at Clemson*
Wed./Fri./Sun. Nov. 10/12/14
Fri./Sat.
Wed.
Sat./Sun.
Fri./Sat./Sun.
Thurs./Sat.
Nov. 19/20
Nov. 24
Nov. 27/28
Dec. 3/4/5
Dec. 10/12
ACC TOURNAMENT
TBA
Time
4:30 p.m.
6 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
5 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
5 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
1 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Chapel Hill
Norfolk, Va.
Chapel Hill
Greensboro, N.C.
Durham, N.C.
Chapel Hill
College Park, Md.
Elon, N.C.
Chapel Hill
Blacksburg, Va.
Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill
Clemson, S.C.
7
7
2
7
7
7
2
7
7
7
2
7
2
2
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Cary, N.C. (SAS Stadium)
NCAA MEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP
First Round
Campus Sites
Second Round
Campus Sites
Third Round
Campus Sites
Quarterfinals
Campus Sites
College Cup
Carson, Calif. (Home Depot Center)
*Denotes Atlantic Coast Conference Match.
Visit TarHeelBlue.com for ticket information and other details.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO FETZER FIELD:
From Virginia and Points North:
Take I-85 South to Durham, N.C. Exit left at US-15/501 in Durham and follow 15/501 approximately nine miles to Chapel Hill. Once in Chapel Hill, maintain 15/501 Bypass
(Fordham Blvd.). Around the seventh stoplight, turn right on Manning Drive. Continue on Manning until first stoplight. Turn right at light onto Ridge Road. Continue on Ridge Road
until first road on left. Turn left onto Stadium Drive and continue until Stadium ends on South Road. Turn right on South Road. Go through traffic light; Fetzer Field is on left
behind Carmichael Auditorium.
From Points West:
Take I-85 North towards Durham, N.C. Exit just past Burlington onto NC-54 East (exit #148, Chapel Hill). Follow NC-54 for approximately 20 miles to Carrboro. Go through two
stoplights and stay on NC-54 until the next stoplight. Turn left at light onto Manning Drive. Continue on Manning until first stoplight. Turn right at light onto Ridge Road. Continue
on Ridge Road until first road on left. Turn left onto Stadium Drive and continue until Stadium ends on South Road. Turn right on South Road. Go through traffic light; Fetzer
Field is on left behind Carmichael Auditorium.
From Points East:
Take I-40 West to Chapel Hill. Exit at NC-54 West (exit #273 B) and follow for approximately four miles. After the US-15/501 overpass, continue straight on NC-54 into campus.
Fetzer Field is one-third mile on left behind Carmichael Auditorium before 3-way stoplight.
From Points South:
Take US-15/50 North to Chapel Hill. Exit right onto 15/501 Bypass in Chapel Hill. Turn left at first stoplight onto Manning Drive. Continue on Manning until first stoplight. Turn right
at light onto Ridge Road. Continue on Ridge Road until first road on left. Turn left onto Stadium Drive and continue until Stadium ends on South Road. Turn right on South Road.
Go through traffic light; Fetzer Field is on left behind Carmichael Auditorium.
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 2 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Seniors (4):
Ray Fumo
Tim Merritt
Andrew Rhea
Marcus Storey
Juniors (3):
Ty Allison
Brooks Griffith
Ford Williams
Sophomores (8):
Corey Ashe
Blake Beach
David Boole
Michael Harrington
Justin Hughes
Ted Odgers
Wes Shull
Jamie Watson
Freshmen (14):
Abraham Chenathara
Brad Darby*
Chris Germani
Zach Haines
Jimmy Holcombe
Andrew Kerkhoff
Cameron Lewis
Chris Litchford*
Dax McCarty
Andre Sherard
Adam Sloustcher
Stokes Smith
Lee Superville*
Michael Walters
*Denotes redshirt.
BY POSITION
Goalkeepers (4):
Justin Hughes
Andrew Kerkhoff
Chris Litchford
Ford Williams
Defenders (9):
Abraham Chenathara
Brad Darby
Ray Fumo
Chris Germani
Jimmy Holcombe
Cameron Lewis
Tim Merritt
Andre Sherard
Michael Walters
Midfielders (9):
Ty Allison
Blake Beach
Michael Harrington
Dax McCarty
Ted Odgers
Andrew Rhea
Wes Shull
Adam Sloustcher
Stokes Smith
Forwards (7):
Corey Ashe
David Boole
Brooks Griffith
Zach Haines
Marcus Storey
Lee Superville
Jamie Watson
NUMERICAL
No. Name
1
Ford Williams
3
Blake Beach
4
Ty Allison
5
Jamie Watson
6
Adam Sloustcher
7
Marcus Storey
8
Dax McCarty
9
Michael Harrington
10
Tim Merritt
11
Ray Fumo
12
Lee Superville
13
Wes Shull
14
Andrew Rhea
15
Corey Ashe
16
Chris Germani
17
David Boole
18
Cameron Lewis
19
Brad Darby
20
Andre Sherard
21
Jimmy Holcombe
22
Brooks Griffith
23
Chris Litchford
24
Justin Hughes
25
Abraham Chenathara
26
Ted Odgers
27
Stokes Smith
28
Zach Haines
29
Michael Walters
30
Andrew Kerkhoff
Pos.
G
M
M
F
M
F
M
M/F
D/M
D/M
F
M/F
M
F/M
D/M
F
D
D
D
D
F
G
G
D
M
M/F
F
D
G
Yr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.-R
So.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr-R
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr-R
So.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Ht.
6-3
5-10
6-0
5-9
5-10
5-8
5-9
6-0
6-0
5-7
5-9
5-11
6-0
5-6
5-7
5-9
6-1
5-10
5-10
6-2
6-3
6-0
6-0
5-9
5-11
5-11
6-4
6-1
6-0
Wt.
170
165
170
150
160
150
142
165
175
140
175
165
165
140
150
160
175
160
170
190
185
180
165
150
168
155
195
180
185
Hometown (Previous School/Club Team)
Raleigh, N.C. (Broughton/CASL Elite)
Glen Allen, Va. (Tucker/Richmond Strikers)
Greensboro, N.C. (Ragsdale/Greensboro Soccer Club)
Coppell, Texas (Edison Academy/Dallas Comets)
Pleasanton, Calif. (Edison Academy/Ballistic United)
Missouri City, Texas (Elkins/Houston Texans)
Winter Park, Fla. (Edison Academy/CFU Phoenix)
Greenville, N.C. (Edison Academy/CASL Elite)
Gig Harbor, Wash. (Bellarmine Prep/FC United)
Waxhaw, N.C. (Parkwood/Charlotte Soccer Club)
Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe/CASL Elite)
Shelby, N.C. (Shelby/Charlotte Soccer Club)
Wichita, Kan. (Cloud County CC/Wichita Select)
Virginia Beach, Va. (Edison Academy/Beach FC Impact)
Yardley, Pa. (Pennsbury East/FC Delco)
Raleigh, N.C. (Millbrook/CASL Elite)
Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee/Concorde Fire)
Cary, N.C. (Green Hope/CASL Elite)
Greenville, N.C. (J.H. Rose/CASL Elite)
Cary, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons/CASL Elite)
Wichita, Kan. (Cloud County CC)
Orlando, Fla. (UCLA/Orange County Strikers)
Wake Forest, N.C. (Wakefield/CASL Elite)
Midlothian, Va. (Clover Hill/Richmond Kickers)
Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe/CASL Elite)
Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater/FC Omni America)
Jamestown, N.C. (Southwest Guilford/CASL Elite)
Raleigh, N.C. (Sanderson/CASL Elite)
Omaha, Neb. (Millard North/NFC En Fuego)
ALPHABETICAL
No. Name
4
Ty Allison
15
Corey Ashe
3
Blake Beach
17
David Boole
25
Abraham Chenathara
19
Brad Darby
11
Ray Fumo
16
Chris Germani
22
Brooks Griffith
28
Zach Haines
9
Michael Harrington
21
Jimmy Holcombe
24
Justin Hughes
30
Andrew Kerkhoff
18
Cameron Lewis
23
Chris Litchford
8
Dax McCarty
10
Tim Merritt
26
Ted Odgers
14
Andrew Rhea
20
Andre Sherard
13
Wes Shull
6
Adam Sloustcher
27
Stokes Smith
7
Marcus Storey
12
Lee Superville
29
Michael Walters
5
Jamie Watson
1
Ford Williams
Pos.
M
F/M
M
F
D
D
D/M
D/M
F
F
M/F
D
G
G
D
G
M
D/M
M
M
D
M/F
M
M/F
F
F
D
F
G
Yr.
Jr.
So.
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr-R
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr-R
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr-R
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Ht.
6-0
5-6
5-10
5-9
5-9
5-10
5-7
5-7
6-3
6-4
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-1
6-0
5-9
6-0
5-11
6-0
5-10
5-11
5-10
5-11
5-8
5-9
6-1
5-9
6-3
Wt.
170
140
165
160
150
160
140
150
185
195
165
190
165
185
175
180
142
175
168
165
170
165
160
155
150
175
180
150
170
Hometown (Previous School/Club Team)
Greensboro, N.C. (Ragsdale/Greensboro Soccer Club)
Virginia Beach, Va. (Edison Academy/Beach FC Impact)
Glen Allen, Va. (Tucker/Richmond Strikers)
Raleigh, N.C. (Millbrook/CASL Elite)
Midlothian, Va. (Clover Hill/Richmond Kickers)
Cary, N.C. (Green Hope/CASL Elite)
Waxhaw, N.C. (Parkwood/Charlotte Soccer Club)
Yardley, Pa. (Pennsbury East/FC Delco)
Wichita, Kan. (Cloud County CC)
Jamestown, N.C. (Southwest Guilford/CASL Elite)
Greenville, N.C. (Edison Academy/CASL Elite)
Cary, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons/CASL Elite)
Wake Forest, N.C. (Wakefield/CASL Elite)
Omaha, Neb. (Millard North/NFC En Fuego)
Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee/Concorde Fire)
Orlando, Fla. (UCLA/Orange County Strikers)
Winter Park, Fla. (Edison Academy/CFU Phoenix)
Gig Harbor, Wash. (Bellarmine Prep/FC United)
Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe/CASL Elite)
Wichita, Kan. (Cloud County CC/Wichita Select)
Greenville, N.C. (J.H. Rose/CASL Elite)
Shelby, N.C. (Shelby/Charlotte Soccer Club)
Pleasanton, Calif. (Edison Academy/Ballistic United)
Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater/FC Omni America)
Missouri City, Texas (Elkins/Houston Texans)
Raleigh, N.C. (Enloe/CASL Elite)
Raleigh, N.C. (Sanderson/CASL Elite)
Coppell, Texas (Edison Academy/Dallas Comets)
Raleigh, N.C. (Broughton/CASL Elite)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich (16th season at Carolina)
Assistant Coach: Carlos Somoano (Third season at Carolina)
Goalkeeper Trainer: John Cone (Third season at Carolina)
Strength & Conditioning: Greg Gatz
Head Trainer: Chris Hirth
Training Staff: Chris Barlett, Brian Vesci, Adam Linens
Academic Counselor: Kym Orr
Team Manager: Jonathan Hildebrand
Gameday Managers: Mary Hendrix, Victoria Melvin
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Abraham Chenathara
chin-uh-THAR-uh
Elmar Bolowich
BOWL-o-vich
Andrew Rhea
RAY
Carlos Somoano
Some-WHAN-o
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 3 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
2004 ROSTER
BY CLASS
2004 OUTLOOK
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
With nine starters back from a team
that went 12-4-4 and grabbed the No. 4
national seed in last year’s NCAA
Tournament, Carolina head coach
Elmar Bolowich has high hopes for the
2004 season.
Veterans Tim Merritt and Ray Fumo are
expected to anchor the team defensively, with senior Marcus Storey and 2003
ACC Rookie of the Year Jamie Watson
back to provide the scoring punch. The
Tar Heels also have a pair of outstanding goalkeepers in junior Ford Williams
and sophomore Justin Hughes.
Add to that mix the nation’s No. 4
recruiting class according to
CollegeSoccerNews.com, and the Tar
Heels appear well positioned to earn
their sixth straight postseason appearance and make a run at the College
Cup.
Bolowich had the following thoughts
on the upcoming season before the
start of practice in August:
Q: With a team predominantly made up
of freshmen and sophomores, what
kind of leadership do you expect
from from upperclassmen like Tim
Merritt?
A: Our upperclassmen need to be
leaders in the way they go about
their business, being consistent, doing the right
things all the time
and always
having
Ray Fumo
Who is in the mix to replace them?
A: The two players that come to are Adam
Sloustcher and Chris Germani. Chris Germani
is a left back and can also play defensive mid
or left mid. He is left-footed player. He is
tough, has great skills and is competitive.
Adam Sloustcher is the starting center back for
the Under-17 national team and the team captain right now. With that kid, we have another
excellent defensive player, who can play both
the back line and defensive midfield.
Q: What type of lineup do you expect to
play this season?
A: I don’t know if we’ll play three or four
in the back. That determines how the midfield will shape up too, all the way up to
the front line. We need to sort out our
defense first, that will be our main focus
of the preseason. We have to figure out
how we’ll play defensively in the most
effective and efficient manner. We also
have to determine whether we’ll play
two, three or only one true forward.
That type of thing sorts itself out.
Q: What do you expect from
sophomore forwards Corey
Ashe and Jamie Watson, who
both had solid rookie seasons
last year?
A: I look for improvement.
They’ve played here one year and
last year they came straight from
the Under-17 World Cup right into our
program with no preparation. They caught
on very well, but at the end of the season
I think they suffered physically and mentally because they really had no break.
They came from the World Cup and the
next day they were playing against St.
John’s. That takes its toll.
the big
picture in front of them
as far as where the
team needs to go. You
can provide leadership
by example. I want
them to be good
examples for our
younger players to
follow. They need
to develop their
own leadership
skills. They need to
lead themselves
first by buying in to
our program, going
along with our
philosophies and
dedicating themselves to the sport
and to the school.
Q: You lost two
veteran defenders off last
year’s team in
Grant Porter
and Sean
McGinty.
last year. I think it will be tight for the No. 1
spot. We may not be able to define a No. 1
spot during the season. I think both of them
deserve to play, and we will see a lot during
the preseason. There were times last season
when Ford was struggling to find his rhythm,
and then Justin struggled to find his. It could
be on a given day or given week of preparation that one keeper looks better or more confident than the other and that’s who we give
the nod to.
Q: Other than Germani and Sloustcher,
who are some other newcomers that could
make an impact this season?
A: Dax McCarty could come in and play on
the attacking side of the ball or the flank for
us. He is a very versatile player and is very
good with the ball. He is very dynamic when
going forward. He works all game long and I
don’t think he’ll have much of a problem
adjusting to college-level soccer. Cameron
Lewis is a defensive player we have our eyes
on if we decide to go with four in the back.
Andre Sherard has done really well and is very
athletic. It will take him awhile to adjust to our
system and to college soccer but if that adjustment period is short, he could play in his first
year.
Q: How do you think your team stacks up
with the rest of the ACC?
A: I think we’ll be in the upper portion of the
league. That is our goal. I always say that if
you go .500 in the ACC, as strong as the
league is, you’ve done a very good job and
you’ve put yourself in position to get to postseason play. But we want to be better than
that, and hopefully we stay healthy and have a
good year. We always want to be competitive
and challenge for a national championship.
Those goals stay the same every year. The
players have to define how to get there, how
they’re going to contribute and how they are
committing themselves to reaching these
goals.
Q: What do you hope to see from senior forward Marcus Storey, who led
the team with six goals a year ago?
A: From Marcus, I look for consistency
more than anything. You’ve always seen
the talent and his ability and how exciting a player he can be, but he needs to
do it against anybody all the time.
Tim Merritt
Q: How do you see the battle in goal
between Justin Hughes and Ford
Williams shaking out?
A: Both of them are excellent goalkeepers and helped us a great deal
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 4 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Marcus Storey
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Ty Allison’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists
2002 4/0
0
0
0
2003 17/3
13
0
2
Totals 21/3
13
0
2
PLAYER PROFILES
General Info — Experienced midfielder expected to add important
depth this season ... Played this summer with the Carolina Dynamo of the
Premier Development League.
Sophomore (2003) — Reserve midfielder that saw action in 17
games … Also started at Davidson and against NC State in the ACC
Tournament and Coastal Carolina in the NCAA Tournament … Came off
the bench to assist on two goals in the 3-0 win over No. 10 Connecticut
on Aug. 30 … Took 13 shots on the year,
including a season-high four against
Virginia Commonwealth.
Freshman (2002) — Reserve
defender who saw action in four games on
the season ... Played against Brown,
Campbell, Navy and Winthrop.
Prep — One of the top prep players in
North Carolina ... A four-year starter at
center midfield for Ragsdale H.S. ...
Scored 95 goals and had 75 assists in his
career ... Two-time all-state, three-time
all-region and four-time all-conference
choice ... 2001 Greensboro News &
Record Area Player of the Year and TriCounty Player of the Year ... Played with
the Greensboro Soccer Club ‘82 Premiere
club team ... Captain of the ‘82 GSC
Premiere squad ... Trained with Notts
County Pro Football Club in Nottingham, Ty Allison
England, during the summer of 2001 ...
Starting defender from 1997-2001 for the N.C. ‘83 ODP team ... Threeyear starter and team MVP for the baseball team as a pitcher/outfielder
with an ERA of 1.61 ... Named to the all-conference tournament team in
baseball in 2002 ... Played three years of basketball ... Tremendous student who graduated in the top five percent of his class with a 4.8 cumulative GPA ... Student body vice-president, member of National Honor
Society, Key Club, Beta Club, Junior Civitans, student council, Young
Life and FCA ... Finalist in 2001 for the Wendy’s Heisman in North
Carolina.
Personal — John Tyler Allison is the son of John and Debbie Allison
... Born on July 26, 1983, in High Point, N.C. ...
Majoring in management and society and communication studies ... His
sister, Jordan Allison, played soccer at NC State ... His father played
baseball at Mars Hill College ... His mother played tennis at Mars Hill
College ... His uncle, Bill Allison, played soccer at Erskine College.
General Info — Lightning-quick forward figures to be one of the
Tar Heels’ top scoring threats in 2004 ... Member of the United States
Men’s Under-20 National Team Pool.
Freshman (2003) — Named to the Atlantic Coast Conference AllFreshman Team … Saw action in 14 matches and made six starts in the
last seven games of the season at forward … Tied for third on the team
with four goals on the year … Added two assists … Tallied 10 points to
also rank third on the team … Scored the game-winner in the 69th minute
of Carolina’s 1-0 victory over No. 1 Maryland on Oct. 5 … After missing
nearly a month with a sprained ankle, scored the game-winner in the Tar
Heels 1-0 victory at South Carolina on Nov. 8 ... Also added goals against
Vermont and Mercer … Assisted on goals in wins over Virginia
Commonwealth and Harvard.
Prep — Member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team since 2001 …
Represented the United States at the 2003 FIFA Under-17 World
Championships in Finland ... U.S. U-17 team co-captain for 2001-03 …
Also a member of the team’s residency program in Florida over this period … Member of U.S. U-14 and U-16 teams as well … Named Most
Valuable Player of the 2002
Ballymena International
Tournament in Northern
Ireland … Earned Parade
All-America honors in
2002, as well as AllAmerica accolades from
adidas in 2001 … Nominee
for Chevrolet Youth Athlete
of the year in 2003 … Also
played for Beach FC
Impact, serving as the club
team’s captain for three
years … Honor Roll student at Edison Academic
Center in Bradenton, Fla.
Personal — Corey
Ashe is the son of Al and
Corey Ashe Elaine Ashe … Born March
14, 1986 … Undecided on
major at Carolina ... Interested in pursuing a career in sports medicine.
Corey Ashe’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 14/6
18
4
2
10
Points
0
2
2
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PLAYER PROFILES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
General Info — Sophomore adds important depth to the Tar Heel
midfield ... Played this summer with the Williamsburg Legacy of the
Premier Development League.
Freshman (2003) — Freshman midfielder saw action in three
games … Played against Mercer, Wake Forest and in the NCAA
Tournament versus Coastal Carolina.
Prep — Four-year standout at J.R. Tucker H.S. … Earned first-team
all-district honors and garnered second-team all-region and all-metro
accolades in 2001-02 … Member of Olympic Development Program
(ODP) Region I Team for 2002-03 … Played on Virginia ODP State
Team from 1999-2002 … Member of State Cup champions in 2000-02 …
Also a four-year performer on the golf team … Served as team captain as
a senior and earned team most valuable player honors … Won the 2002
Colonial District Golf Tournament … Earned all-academic honors in both
soccer and golf … Member of National Honor Society, as well as national Spanish and math honor societies … Recipient of West Point
Leadership Award.
Personal — William Blake Beach is the son of Bill and Betsy Beach
… Born April 15, 1985 … Father was an All-America football player at
Wittenberg University … Undecided on major at Carolina.
and tournament titles in 2001 …
Four-year
recipient
of
Academic
All-Conference
Award … Nine-year starter for
the ’84 CASL Elite … Led team
to state title as a senior …
Starting forward on Super Y
League national champions as a
senior ... Ranked second nationally in scoring as a junior, leading team to the nation’s No. 1
ranking … Also competed in
diving, finishing 10th at the
North Carolina state championships in 2001 … Four-year
honor roll student and member
of National Honor Society and
Key Club … Graduated in the
top 8 percent of his class ...
Nominated
for
UNC’s
Morehead Scholarship, as well
as Governor’s School ...
Selected
as
school’s
David Boole
Outstanding Senior.
Personal — David Boole is the son of Steve and Lori Boole … Born
December 11, 1984 ... Majoring in business administration … Sister
Lindsay is a varsity cheerleader at Duke … Worked as a neighborhood
tennis coach for two years, coaching more than 100 players.
David Boole’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 14/3
5
0
0
0
Blake Beach’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 3/0
0
0
0
0
General Info — Strong playmaker figures into the rotation at forward ... Gained valuable experience as a freshman last season ... Played
this summer with the CASL PDL of the Premier Development League.
Freshman (2003) — Rookie forward saw action in 14 games and
made three starts … Started Carolina’s wins over No. 5 St. John’s and No.
10 Connecticut to open the season … Also got the nod at NC State …
Took five shots on the year ... Named to the Dean’s List in the Spring
2004.
Prep — Four-year letterwinner and all-time leading scorer at
Millbrook H.S. … Earned All-South, all-state, all-region and all-conference honors … Selected to the 2003 North Carolina East/West All-Star
Game … Earned Raleigh Sports Club Student-Athlete of the Week honors … Led team to state title game, as well as conference championship
and conference tournament championship … Named team MVP as a junior and earned all-conference honors after leading the league in scoring
… Helped team to state semifinals, as well as conference regular season
2003 Season — Did not compete for the Tar Heels and redshirted.
Prep — Four-year standout defender at Green Hope H.S. … Garnered
both All-South and all-state accolades in 2002 … Named to the all-conference squad from 2000-02 and the all-region team in 2001-02 … Team
captain and most valuable player as a senior … Led team to North
Carolina state final as a junior … Played club soccer for the ‘84 CASL
Elite … Academic Letterman from 2000-02 … Member of both the Beta
and DECA clubs.
Personal — Bradley Harrison Darby is the son of Jeff and Carolyn
Darby … Born August 24, 1985 … Majoring in business administration.
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General Info — Veteran brings 46 career starts into 2004 ... Moved
to defender last season after playing in the midfield as a freshman and
sophomore ... Serves as the Academic Team Captain for men’s soccer ...
Played this summer with the Carolina Dynamo of the Premier
Development League.
Junior (2003) — Started all 20 matches … Made the move from
midfield to defender mid-way through the season and contributed to
Carolina’s 0.75 goals against average … Earned the team’s Mercer
Reynolds Tar Heel Award ... Had two goals and three assists on the year
… Finished fifth on the team with seven points … Netted the game-winning penalty kick in the Tar Heels’ 2-1 win over Kentucky on Oct. 12 and
also scored in the 3-2 double-overtime victory over Duke on Sept. 24 …
Assisted on Tim Merritt’s game-winners against Davidson and Michigan
… Also added an assist versus New Hampshire … Took 13 shots on the
year ... Winner of the ACC’s Top Six for Service Award and named to the
Dean’s List in the Spring 2004.
Sophomore (2002) — Started 20 of 22 games and appeared in 21
contests overall ... Recorded five points (one goal, three assists) on the
season ... Was not in the starting lineup at No. 6 Maryland on Oct. 5, but
scored UNC’s lone goal of the game in the 3-1 loss ... Tallied assists
against NC State, Wake Forest and Clemson (ACC Tournament).
Freshman (2001) — Saw action in 20 games and started six ...
Finished the year with four assists ... Tallied assists versus UNC
Greensboro, Georgia State, NC State and Fairleigh Dickinson (in the
NCAA Tournament).
Prep — NSCAA All-America and All-South choice in 2000 at
Parkwood H.S. … Named the 2000 North Carolina state player of the
year as a senior by the NSCAA and the North Carolina Soccer Coaches
Association … Played in the 2001 NSCAA East/West All-Star Game …
A three-time all-state selection and a two-time conference player of the
year … Four-time all-conference choice … A part of seven state titles
with the Charlotte Soccer Club team … Active in the Olympic
Development Program (ODP) since 1997, including three years on the
1983 National Team … Played four years of varsity soccer, two years of
JV basketball, two years of varsity basketball, three years of football (as
a kicker), two years of golf and one season of varsity baseball in high
school … Student council class treasurer and a member of the Fellowship
of Christian Athletes for three years.
Personal — Raymond Rudolph Fumo III is the son of Ray and
Maureen Fumo … His father played soccer at Rider College for three seasons … Born on January 18, 1983, in Trenton, N.J. … Pursuing degrees
in both economics and management and society.
Ray Fumo’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists
2001 20/6
10
0
4
2002 21/20 12
1
3
2003 20/20 13
2
3
Totals 61/46 35
3
10
Points
4
5
7
16
PLAYER PROFILES
Ray Fumo
General Info — Outstanding playmaker with great footwork ...
Played this summer with the CASL PDL of the Premier Development
League ... Member of the United States Men’s Under-20 National Team
Pool.
Freshman (2003) — Member of the Atlantic Coast Conference
All-Freshman Team … Started all 20 matches in the Tar Heel midfield …
Scored one goal and added two assists
for four points on the season … One
of five Tar Heels to score in a 5-0 win
over Mercer on Oct. 10 … Assisted
on a Marcus Storey’s goal in the 2-1
win over No. 5 St. John’s on Aug. 29
… Also added an assist in the 1-0 win
over Harvard … Took 30 shots on the
year, including a season-high four
versus Michigan on Sept. 12 ...
Named to the all-tournament team at
the Nike Carolina Classic.
Prep — Member of the U.S.
Under-17 National Team since 2001
and one of the original nine players
chosen to enter the team’s residency
program … Represented the United
States at the 2003 FIFA Under-17
World Championships in Finland …
Michael Harrington
Also played with Raleigh’s CASL
Elite ... Also a member of the U.S. U14 and U-16 teams … Member of the ’86 Olympic Development
Program (ODP) Region III Team from 2000-03 and the North Carolina
ODP State Team from 1998-2003 … Earned Parade Magazine AllAmerica honors in 2002 … Named to the ’86 ODP All-America squad
and the National All-Star Super Y League Team in 2000 … Selected to
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PLAYER PROFILES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Justin Hughes
the adidas Elite Soccer Program Camp in 2001 and participated in ’02 …
Region III club team finalist and Ballymena International Tournament
finalist in 2002 … Part of North Carolina State Cup champions in 1999
and 2002 … Played one year of high school soccer as a freshman … Won
the Bradenton Academy science fair as a sophomore.
Personal — Michael R. Harrington is the son of Malinda and Mike
Harrington … Born January 24, 1986 … Undecided on major at Carolina.
Michael Harrington’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 20/20 30
1
2
4
General Info — Member of the United States Men’s Under-20
National Team Pool ... Has great instincts and consistently made spectacular saves as a freshman ... Teams with Ford Williams to give the Tar
Heels one of the nation’s top goaltending tandems ... Played this summer
with the CASL PDL of the Premier Development League.
Freshman (2003) — Started nine games in goal for the Tar Heels
and led the squad with a 0.62 goals against average, the second-lowest
single-season mark in program history ... Recorded five shutouts and
posted a .850 save percentage ... Was in goal for shutout wins over No. 1
Maryland (Oct. 5), No. 10 Connecticut (Aug. 30) and South Carolina
(Nov. 8) ... Recorded a season-best six saves against both St. John’s and
against NC State in the ACC Tournament ... Named to the all-tournament
team at the Wake Forest adidas Classic ... Named to the Dean’s List for
the Spring 2004 semester.
Prep — NSCAA adidas All-America at Wakefield H.S. … Earned allconference, all-region and all-state honors in 2001-02 and took home AllSouth accolades as a senior … Named conference and region player of
the year in 2002 … Three-year team captain and team most valuable
player at Wakefield … Member of the Olympic Development Program
(ODP) Region III Team from 2001-03 and the North Carolina ODP State
Team from 1997-2003 … Selected to the adidas Elite Soccer Program
Camp … Played club soccer with CASL Elite … Also a kicker and punter
for two years on Wakefield’s football team … Member of National Honor
Society, National Spanish Honor Society and Key Club.
Personal — Justin Scott Hughes is the son of Scott and Kim Hughes
… Born April 23, 1985 … Undecided on major at Carolina.
Justin Hughes’ Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Min
Sv
GA
2003
9/9
868
34
6
GAA
0.62
General Info — One of the ACC’s top defenders and a two-year
starter ... Also a great finisher off set plays ... Expected to be one of the
team’s top leaders ... Played this summer with the Carolina Dynamo of
the Premier Development League.
Junior (2003) — Earned second-team All-Atlantic Coast
Conference honors at defender ... Started all 20 games and ranked fourth
on the team with nine points (four goals, one assist) ... Earned the
Nicholas Douglass Potter Coaches Award ... Scored game-winners in 1-0
wins over Michigan and at Davidson ... Dramatic game-winning header
against the Wolverines at the Carolina Nike Classic came in the 86th
minute of action ... Took 18 shots on the year, including a season-high
four versus New Hampshire ... Defensively, anchored a back line that
recorded 10 shutouts and allowed only 16 goals on the season for a 0.75
goals against average ... Named ACC Player of the Week and selected to
Tim Merritt
Sho
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Tim Merritt’s Career
Year GP/GS Shots
2001 14/2
10
2002 21/21 23
2003 20/20 18
Totals 55/43 51
Statistics
Goals Assists
1
2
2
4
4
1
7
7
Points
4
8
9
21
General Info — Sophomore will add needed depth at defender and
midfielder ... Started 11 games a year ago ... Played this summer with the
CASL PDL of the Premier Development
League.
Ted Odgers
Freshman (2003) — Saw action in
16 games and made 11 starts at defender
and midfielder ... Lone goal of the season
came in the 3-0 against New Hampshire
on September 5 ... Started seven consecutive matches from September 5-28.
Prep — Four-year letterwinner at
Enloe H.S. … Earned all-region and allconference honors for two seasons …
Team captain as a senior and led team to
conference titles in 2001 and ’02 … Twotime recipient of team’s coach’s award …
Member of ’84 CASL Elite since 1994
and team captain from 2000-03 … Played
for Super Y League national champions in
2002 … Played in England with the ’84
North Carolina Olympic Development
Program (ODP) team and traveled to Italy with CASL Elite …
Participated in the adidas Elite Soccer Program Camp in 2002 ... Also
played one year of football.
Personal — Edward Snelling Odgers IV is the son of Jan and Ted
Odgers … Born October 10, 1984 … Undecided on major at Carolina.
Ted Odgers’ Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 16/11
4
1
0
2
General Info — Returning starter in the midfield ... Transfer from
Cloud County Community College in Kansas made a huge impact in his
first season in Chapel Hill ... Played this summer with Ajax Orlando of
the Premier Development League.
Junior (2003) — Started all 20 matches in the midfield for the Tar
Heels in his first season at Carolina ... Lone goal of the season was an
overtime game-winner in the 96th minute against Virginia
Commonwealth at the Nike Carolina Classic on Sept. 14 ... Named to the
Soccer America Team of the Week following the goal ... Took 26 shots
on the year, including a season-high four against both NC State and
Clemson during the regular season.
At Cloud County Community College — As a sophomore,
named first-team All-America
and Academic All-America by
the National Soccer Coaches
Association of America ...
Second-team National Junior
College Athletic Association
All-America in 2002 ... Also
named Region VI Player of
the Year by the NJCAA and
first-team all-region and allconference ... Earned firstteam all-region and all-conference honors as a freshman ...
Scored 23 goals and added 16
assists at Cloud County.
Prep — All-city, all-state
and all-midwest region player
at
Southeast
H.S.
...
Honorable mention prep AllAmerica ... Named school’s
top male athlete during the fall
semester of his senior year ...
Also played for Wichita Select
Andrew Rhea and for the Kansas Olympic
Development Program (ODP)
Team for one year ... Led Wichita Select to the Under-18 Final Four of
the USA Cup and Governor’s Cup titles in 2000 and ‘01 in Topeka, Kan.
Personal — Andrew Scott Rhea is the son of Terry and Debbie Rhea
... Born March 9, 1983 ... Majoring in economics ... Brother played soccer for two years at the University of Missouri-Rolla.
Andrew Rhea’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 20/20 26
1
0
2
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PLAYER PROFILES
the Soccer America Men's National Team of the Week after leading the
Tar Heel defense to a shutout win over No. 1 Maryland on Oct. 5.
Sophomore (2002) — Moved to defender at the start of fall practice and quickly adapted to the new position ... Started 21 of 22 games ...
Did not play in the loss at Virginia Commonwealth ... Recorded eight
points on the season (two goals and four assists) ... Scored against Long
Island and Navy ... Had two assists in the win at Campbell and single
assists against Elon and UNC Wilmington.
Freshman (2001) — Saw action in 14 games in the midfield and
started two ... Started and had a goal and an assist in his first college
game, versus East Carolina ... Had an assist in the ACC Tournament win
over NC State ... Saw action in three NCAA Tournament games, including the four-overtime win over Stanford in the national semifinals.
Prep — A product of Bellarmine Prep H.S. … The captain of F.C.
United for six years and plays for the F.C. United Premier Soccer Club
… A two-time adidas All-America … Named Gatorade Player of the Year
for Washington in 2000 ... A member of the Region IV ODP teams since
1999 ... Volunteered with Down’s Syndrome children, the Special
Olympics, Boys & Girls Club and homeless shelter in the Tacoma area ...
Trained in England with Manchester United coaches.
Personal — Born on June 25, 1982 ... Timothy Charles Merritt is
the son of Hugh and Liz Merritt ... Majoring in communication studies.
PLAYER PROFILES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
General Info — Exciting playmaker is a returning starter in the
midfield ... Started all 18 matches in which he played as a freshman last
season ... Played this summer with CASL PDL of the Premier
Development League.
Freshman (2003) — Started 18 of the Tar Heels’ 20 matches in
the midfield ... Tallied two goals and two assists for six points on the season ... Scored the double-overtime game-winner against Duke off a free
kick in the 109th minute on Sept. 24 ... Also added an assist against the
Blue Devils ... Scored in Carolina’s 5-0 win over Mercer on Oct. 10 ...
Assisted on Corey Ashe’s game-winner at South Carolina on Nov. 8 ...
Missed the ACC and NCAA Tournament games with mononucleosis ...
Took 28 shots on the season, with a season-high five coming against
Michigan on Sept. 12.
Prep — Four-year starter and
three-time team most valuable
player at Shelby H.S. … Earned
All-South and all-state honors, as
well as region player of the year
accolades … Selected for the
2003 North Carolina East/West
All-Star Game … Member of the
Olympic Development Program
(ODP) Region III team, as well
as the North Carolina ODP State
team …Earned all-star honors at
the adidas Elite Soccer Program
Camp … Honor roll student and
member of the National Honor
Society, as well as the Beta Club
and Key Club … Active in Young
Life and FCA … Also volunteered for Habitat for Humanity.
Personal
—
Wesley
Henderson Shull is the son of
Bryan and Beth Shull … Born
February 1, 1985 … Pursuing a
Wes Shull double major in management and
society and economics.
Wes Shull’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 18/18 28
2
2
6
General Info — Returning all-conference striker ... Shared the Tar
Heel scoring lead last season ... A three-year starter at forward ... Has
great speed and footwork ... Played this summer with the Carolina
Dynamo of the Premier Development League.
Junior (2003) — Earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference
honors at forward ... Led the Tar Heels with six goals scored and tied for
the team lead with 15 points ... Earned all-tournament honors at the Wake
Forest adidas Classic,
Vermont Smith Barney
Soccer Classic and the
Nike Carolina Classic ...
Scored three goals and
added an assist in the Tar
Heels wins over No. 5 St.
John’s and No. 10
Connecticut at the Wake
Forest adidas Classic ...
Earned ACC Player of the
Week and College Soccer
News National Team of
the Week honors after this
performance ... Also
added a goal against New
Hampshire en route to
Offensive MVP honors at
the
Vermont
Smith
Barney Soccer Classic ...
Scored a goal and added
an assist against Mercer
on Oct. 10 ... Also scored
against VCU ... Assisted
on Corey Ashe’s gameMarcus Storey winner against No. 1
Maryland on Oct. 5.
Sophomore (2002) — Finished the season with 20 points (eight
goals and four assists) ... Played in all 22 games, starting 20 ... Did not
start versus Long Island and against Winthrop in the NCAA Tournament
first round ... Had his best game at Campbell, recording two goals,
including the game-winner, and an assist ... Also scored the game-winner
versus South Carolina ... Had two goals in the win over Elon ... Also
scored against Long Island, Navy and NC State.
Freshman (2001) — The 2001 ACC Rookie of the Year ... Named
Freshman All-America by Soccer America ... Led all freshman scorers in
the ACC with 26 points ... Fouled in the box on a breakaway in the
NCAA College Cup championship game against Indiana, leading to
Danny Jackson’s penalty kick goal that made the final margin against the
Hoosiers 2-0 ... Carolina’s third-leading scorer ... Also third on the team
with nine goals and tied for second with eight assists ... Scored a seasonhigh three goals against Georgia State ... Scored a goal in his first college
game vs. East Carolina ... Had a goal and an assist against Cincinnati and
Old Dominion.
Prep — Four-year letterman at Elkins H.S. … A member of the ODP
Region III teams in both 2000 and 2001 … Named to the U.S. Youth
Soccer ODP 1982 Boys All-America Team in 2001 … Three-time mem-
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ber of the All-Greater Houston Area team … All-region choice as a senior … MVP of the Fort Bend District in 2000 and 2001 … Led his club
team, the Houston Texans, to the Texas state title in 2000 and 2001 ... His
2001 Texans team won the Under-18 Region 3 club championship and
advanced to the national championship game … Also ran track in high
school on the 1600-meter relay team.
Personal — Marcus L. Storey is the son of Denice L. Hampton …
Born on November 9, 1982, in Chicago … Majoring in communication
studies.
Marcus Storey’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists
2001 25/17 38
9
8
2002 22/20 43
8
4
2003 19/19 48
6
3
Totals 66/56 129
23
15
Points
26
20
15
61
2003 Season — Did not compete for the Tar Heels and redshirted.
Prep – Four-year standout and all-time leading scorer at Enloe H.S.
… Posted 91 goals and 46 assists in his prep career … Earned region
player of the year, all-state honors and team most valuable player accolades in 2001-02 … Three-time all-conference selection and two-time
team captain … Led team to TAAC title in 2001-02 …Member of the
Trinidad & Tobago Under-17 team
in 1999 and 2000 … Also played
with the North Carolina Olympic
Development Program (ODP)
State team from 2000-03 … Team
captain for CASL Elite from 19992001 … Member of Super Y
League national championship
team in 2002 and NCYSA State
Cup winners in 1998 and ’02 …
Participated on CASL Elite Tour
of Italy in 2002 … Earned Enloe’s
Academic Plaque from 1999-2002
… Kappa Scholar from 2001-02
… Cum Laude in 2001-02.
Personal — Lee L. Superville
is the son of Lennox E. Superville,
PhD. and Beverly SupervilleKingsly … Born July 7, 1985 …
Majoring in business administration.
General Info — Member of the United States Men’s Under-20
National Team Pool ... Returning starter at forward and one of the top
freshmen in the country last season ... Outstanding playmaker and tough
competitor.
Freshman (2003) — Named Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman
of the Year and claimed second-team all-league honors ... Tied for the Tar
Heel scoring lead with 15 points on five goals and five assists ... Started
the final 18 matches of the season ... Scored the overtime game-winner in
his first collegiate match, a 2-1 win over No. 5 St. John’s on Aug. 29 ...
Also added a goal and an assist in the win over No. 10 Connecticut on
Aug. 30 ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Wake Forest adidas
Classic for his efforts ... Netted the game-winner in a 1-0 win over
Harvard on September 28 ... Scored the equalizer in the 70th minute of a
1-1 tie with NC State on October 19 ... Took a team-high 57 shots on the
season.
Prep — Member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team … Represented
the United States at the 2003 FIFA Under-17 World Championships in
Finland ... Graduated high school one year early as a part of the U.S. U17 National Team’s residency program in Bradenton, Fla. … Member of
the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region III team for three
years … Led North Texas State ODP team to national title … Named
most valuable player of the national championship … Participated in the
adidas Elite Soccer Program Camp … Played two years of prep soccer at
Coppell H.S. … Earned all-state and all-area honors as a freshman and
sophomore … Named District Newcomer of the Year as a freshman and
District Offensive Player of the Year his sophomore season … Led team
to state semifinals as a sophomore and set school records for goals by a
freshmen and sophomore.
Personal — Jamie K. Watson is the son of Janet and West Watson
… Born April 10, 1986 … Undecided on major at Carolina.
Jamie Watson’s Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 20/18 57
5
5
15
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PLAYER PROFILES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
2004 TAR HEEL NEWCOMERS
General Info — Teams with Justin Hughes to give the Tar Heels one
of the most talented goal keeping tandems in the country ... Very athletic
and vocal in the goal ... Played this summer with Ajax Orlando of the
Premier Development League.
Sophomore (2003) — Made 11 starts in goal, posting a 0.85 goals
against average in 1054 minutes played ... Allowed 10 goals and made 30
saves for a .750 save percentage ... Recorded a season-best four saves on
three occasions ... Posted five of Carolina’s 10 shutouts on the year: New
Hampshire, Michigan, Harvard, Mercer and Davidson ... Named to the
all-tournament teams at the Vermont Smith
Barney Soccer Classic and the Nike
Carolina Classic ... Split time in goal with
Justin Hughes due to commitments with the
U.S. Under-20 National Team ... Led the
team to a 7-2-2 record when in goal.
Freshman (2002) — One of the top
freshman keepers in the nation ... Posted five
shutouts, blanking Brown, George Mason,
UNC Wilmington, South Carolina and
Winthrop (NCAA Tournament) ... Ranked
third in the ACC with a goals-against average of 0.90 ... Was an outspoken leader in
the goal despite being just a freshman ... Saw
action in 18 games, starting 17 ... Missed the
first two games of the year (Akron and Saint
Louis) and vs. Clemson in the ACC
Tournament while with the national team ...
Also did not play in the win at Campbell.
Prep — Prep All-America goalkeeper ...
Ford Williams
Played with the U.S. Under-20 National
Karen Jonas Team in 2002 ... Two-year letterman at
Broughton H.S. in Raleigh ... Two-time adidas and Parade All-America
... Selected for the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game ... Four-year
member of the honor roll ... Graduated with a 4.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale
(extra credit for honors courses) ... Member of the National Honor
Society ... Also played two years of football at Broughton ... Plays club
soccer with Raleigh CASL Elite, leading the team to four state titles ...
CASL Elite represented the U.S. in the Nike International Premier Cup
World Championships in 2002 ... Spent five years with the N.C. ODP
state team ... Four years with the ODP Region III team ... Golden Glove
Award - ODP national champions in 2000 ... Spent time at the Under-17
National Team residency program in Bradenton, Fla., in 2000-01 ...
Played at the U-17 National Team World Championships in Trinidad in
2001.
Personal — Crawford Edward Williams is the son of Crawford and
John Williams ... Born on February 20, 1984, in Raleigh ... Majoring in
exercise and sport science ... His sister, Ashley, played volleyball at
Appalachian State University.
Ford Williams’ Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Min
Sv
GA
2002
18/17 1600
46
16
2003
11/11
1054
30
10
Totals 29/28 2654
76
26
GAA
0.90
0.85
0.89
Sho
5
5
10
Abraham Chenathara • #25
Defender
Fr. • 5-9 • 150
Midlothian, Va. (Clover Hill)
Prep — Four-year letterwinner at Clover Hill H.S. ... Earned team most valuable
player honors as a senior ... Also named first-team all-district and all-region and
claimed a spot on the all-metro team ... Named to the all-academic team ... Led
Clover Hill to a pair of state tournament appearances ... Played club soccer with the
Midlothian Blast and Richmond Kickers from 1995-2004 ... Helped the Blast to two
Virginia State Cup titles ... Played with the Kickers in the Super Y League from
2000-04 ... Also played basketball in 2000, serving as team captain ... Member of
National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the Key Club.
Personal — Abraham Koshy Chenathara is the son of Rita Koshy and Koshy
Jacob Chenathara ... Born September 5, 1986, in Westwood, N.J. ... Has one brother
... Undecided on major at Carolina.
Chris Germani • #16
Defender/Midfielder
Fr. • 5-7 • 150
Yardley, Pa. (Pennsbury East)
Prep — Prep All-America and member of the United States Under-20 National
Team Pool ... Named a 2003 Parade All-America and a 2004 NSCAA/adidas AllAmerica ... Represented the United States at the 2003 U-17 World Cup, helping the
team to a fifth-place finish ... Member of the U.S. U-17 Residency Program in
Bradenton, Fla., as a junior ... Was also member of the U.S. U-14, U-16 and U-17
teams ... Played club soccer with FC Delco ... Won a national title with the U-15 team
... Also won four state and two Region I titles with FC Delco ... Played three seasons
with the Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program (ODP) State Team
and the Region I ODP Team, serving as team captain with both squads ... Won the
Region I ODP Premier League title with the U-16 squad ... Played as a freshman and
sophomore for Pennsbury High School, earning All-Suburban League honors and a
pair of league titles ... Honor Roll student all four years of high school and a National
Honor Society Nominee.
Personal — Christopher Blase Germani is the son of Robert and Cheryl
Germani ... Born July 10, 1986, in Trenton, N.J. ... Has two sisters ... Undecided on
major at Carolina.
Brooks Griffith • #22
Forward
Jr. • 6-3 • 185,
Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel/Cloud County C.C.)
General Info — Transfer from Cloud County Community College, where he
was a teammate of senior Andrew Rhea for one season.
At Cloud County Community College — Played two years at Cloud
County Community College ... As a sophomore, served as team captain and earned
first-team All-West Region VI and second-team All-South Region honors.
Prep — At Kapaun Mt. Carmel H.S. earned first-team all-state, all-region and
all-city honors as a senior ... Also served as team captain in 2001 ... Played four years
of prep soccer and also played basketball as a freshman and tennis as a senior.
Personal — Les Brooks Griffith is the son of Wade Griffith and Tish Wick ...
Born July 1, 1984, in Wichita, Kan. ... Has three brothers and one sister ... Plans to
major in business administration at Carolina and hopes to pursue a career in commercial real estate.
Zach Haines • #28
Forward
Fr. • 6-4 • 195
Jamestown, N.C. (Southwest Guilford)
Prep — Graduated as the all-time leading scorer at Southwest Guilford H.S. with
148 goals ... Was a four-year starter and two-year team captain and MVP ... As a senior, earned All-South and all-state honors ... Also a four-time all-conference, threetime all-region and two-time all-area choice ... Named Region Player of the Year,
Greensboro News & Record Player of the Year and Conference Player of the Year as
a senior ... Selected for the 2004 North Carolina East/West All-Star Game ... Led his
high school team to three conference titles and a state semifinal appearance in 2003
... A five-year starter for the ‘85 Winston-Salem Twins club team ... Now plays with
CASL Elite ... Played with the ‘85 North Carolina Olympic Development (ODP)
team ... Four-year Honor Roll student ... Graduated in the top 15 percent of his high
school class ... Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee ... Member of the BETA
Club and DECA Club ... President of the French Club ... Active in Young Life.
Personal — William Zachary Haines is the son of Brad and Robin Haines ...
Born December 16, 1985, in Greensboro ... Plans to major in business administration
at Carolina ... Wants to own his own business someday ... Father played baseball and
football at West Virginia ... Uncle played football at Wake Forest, and grandfather
played football at NC State.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Andrew Kerkhoff • #30
Goalkeeper
Fr. • 6-0 • 185
Omaha, Neb. (Millard North)
Prep — Three-year letterwinner at Millard North H.S. ... Earned honorable mention all-state honors after posting a 0.55 goals against average as a senior ... Helped
team to 2004 district title and its first state tournament appearance in eight years ...
Named to the Metro Conference Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll ... Also played club soccer for 10 years with the NFC En Fuego ... Helped squad to state titles in three of the
last four years ... Played with the Nebraska Olympic Development Program (ODP)
team in 2000 ... Graduated sixth in his class of 481 ... Member of the National Honor
Society ... Named to all-state jazz band in 2004 and all-state orchestra in 2003 ...
Composed and performed Millard North’s graduation song, “Blessing.”
Personal — Andrew Dale Kerkhoff is the son of Jon and Judy Kerhoff ... Born
October 1, 1985, in Omaha, Neb. ... Has one brother ... Plans to major in music at
Carolina and is interested in pursuing a career in medicine ... Will also perform with
the UNC Symphony and Jazz Band.
Cameron Lewis • #18
Defender
Fr. • 6-1 • 175
Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee)
Prep — Three-year starter at defender and two-year captain at Chattahoochee
H.S. ... Earned all-county honors as a freshman and junior ... Played for Concorde
Fire club team since age nine ... Helped team to seven Georgia state cups, three
regional titles and the 2002 national championship ... Played with the Georgia
Olympic Development Program (ODP) team for five years and the region ODP team
for four years ... Also a member of the United States’ Under-14, U-16 and U-17
teams ... Honors student and member of the Honor Roll throughout high school.
Personal — Cameron Houston Lewis is the son of Patty Morse and Michael
Lewis ... Born in Alexandria, Va., on January 2, 1986 ... Has one brother ...
Undecided on major at Carolina.
Chris Litchford • #23
Goalkeeper
Fr.-R • 6-0 • 180
Orlando, Fla. (UCLA/William R. Boone)
General Info — Transferred to Carolina from UCLA ... Did not play for the
Bruins and redshirted due to season-ending shoulder injury ... Named to the
Director’s Honor Roll and was a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Delta Lamda
Honor Societies ... Played this summer with the Central Florida Kraze of the Premier
Development League.
Prep — Four-year letterwinner at William R. Boone H.S. ... As a senior, earned
NSCAA/adidas Academic All-South and All-America honors ... Named FACA allstate and claimed first-team all-district and all-conference honors ... Earned firstteam all-county and all-Central Florida honors from the Orlando Sentinel ... Played
in a pair of Florida all-star games ... Also named team most valuable player ... Named
second-team all-conference and all-county, as well as first-team all-district, as a junior ... Helped prep team to 2001 district title ... Played club soccer with the Orange
County Strikers and reached the State Cup finals four times from 1998-2002 ...
Member of 2002 Super Y League national semifinalists ... Played with ‘84 Florida
Olympic Development Program (ODP) Team in 2001 ... Also played three years of
prep football ... 2003 Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee and winner of U.S.
Army Reserve Scholar Athlete Award.
Personal — Christopher Charles Litchford is the son of Jody and Hal Litchford
... Born October 1, 1984, in Orlando ... Has two brothers ... Plans to major in business administration at Carolina ... Uncle Craig Mateer played basketball at Florida
State.
Dax McCarty • #8
Midfielder
Fr. • 5-9 • 142
Winter Park, Fla. (Edison Academy)
Prep — Member of the United States Under-17 National Team Residency
Program (2003-04) and a graduate of Edison Academy in Bradenton, Fla. ... Gained
a great deal of international experience and received the Man of the Match Award
PLAYER PROFILES
Jimmy Holcombe • #21
Defender
Fr. • 6-2 • 190
Cary, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons)
Prep — Two-time all-state performer at Raleigh’s Cardinal Gibbons H.S. ... Also
earned all-region honors in 2002-03 and all-conference accolades from 2001-03 ...
Team captain in 2003 ... Helped 2001 team to the North Carolina 3-A state title and
state semifinal appearances in 2002 and ‘03 ... Plays club soccer with ‘85 CASL
Elite, which won the North Carolina State Cup in 1999-2000 and 2002-03 ... Club
team won Region III title in 2000 and finished second in 2002 and ‘03 ... Member of
the North Carolina State Olympic Development Program (ODP) Team since 19992000 and member of the Region III pool since 2001-02 ... Region III Team guest
player in July 2003 ... Member of the A-B Honor Roll and the National Honor
Society.
Personal — James Hallowell Holcombe is the son of Rick and Jacquie
Holcombe ... Born July 8, 1986, in Atlanta ... Has one sister ... Undecided on major
at Carolina.
against Brazil at a U-17 tournament in 2003 in England ... Also played with the U15, U-16 and U-18 U.S. National Teams ... Played prep soccer for Winter Park High
School ... Earned all-state honors and named conference, county and regional player of the year in 2003 ... Two-time adidas All-America selection and NSCAA AllAmerica in 2003 ... Member of the Florida State Olympic Development Program
(ODP) Team since 2001 and the Region III ODP Team since 2001 ... Served as
Region III captain in 2002 ... Led team to U.S. Soccer ODP National Championships
final in 2003 ... Played club soccer with Central Florida United Phoenix Premier
Team since 1996.
Personal — Michael Dax McCarty is the son of Dart and Cynthia McCarty ...
Born April 30, 1987, in Winter Park, Fla. ... Has one brother ... Plans to major in
communicator studies at Carolina and hopes to pursue a career in professional soccer or broadcasting ... Mother played tennis at Mercer and father was a Top Gun
pilot.
Andre Sherard • #20
Defender
Fr. • 5-10 • 170
Greenville, N.C. (J.H. Rose)
Prep — All-state selection and conference player of the year at Greenville’s J.H.
Rose H.S. ... Three-time all-conference choice and two-time all-region honoree ...
East-West All-Star selection ... High school team captain ... Led Rose to a pair of
regional runner-up finishes ... Also played with CASL Elite club team from 19962004 ... Member of Super Y-League Olympic Development Program (ODP) regional team ... Member of the National Honor Society and an A-B Honor Roll student.
Personal — Andre Sherard is the son of Reginald and Annie Sherard ... Born
December 2, 1985, in San Antonio, Texas ... Undecided on major at Carolina ...
Father played football at Winston-Salem State.
Adam Sloustcher • #6
Midfielder
Fr. • 5-10 • 160
Pleasanton, Calif. (Edison Academy)
Prep — Member of the United States Under-17 National Team Residency
Program (2003-04) and a graduate of Edison Academy in Bradenton, Fla. ... Played
with both the U.S. U-17 and U-18 national teams ... NSCAA/adidas All-America and
adidas all-star selection ... Captain of the Region IV Olympic Development Program
(ODP) team from 2001-03 ... Played with Ballistic United Soccer Club from 19972003 and won three state cup titles ... Also played two years at Amador High School
(2001-02) and was the football team’s kicker in 2002 ... Served as sophomore class
president and a member of the CA Scholarship Federation Club ... Earned the USAA
National Student Council Award ... Youth Commissioner for the City of Pleasanton.
Personal — Adam Frank Sloustcher is the sone of Eilian and Jacinta Sloustcher
... Born July 31, 1987, in San Francisco ... Undecided on major at Carolina ... Father
played college basketball.
Stokes Smith • #27
Midfielder/Forward
Fr. • 5-11• 155
Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater)
Prep — Trained and played at the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla., for
the last two years ... Team captain of the Florida and Region III Olympic
Development Program (ODP) teams ... Scored winning goals in both the Region III
ODP Championship and the Florida State Club Championship ... Played club soccer
with FC Omni America ... In high school soccer, led two different schools to district
championships as a freshman and sophomore ... Led his team in assists and was second in goals in each of these seasons ... Finished second in the National Junior
Triathlon Championships in Clermont, Fla. ... Also placed second overall in the male
under-15 division on the Central Florida Triathlon Series ... As a swimmer, won the
Florida state title and placed fourth at the U.S. Junior Olympics in the 50 freestyle ...
In wrestling, finished second in the state and third in the southeast region in 105pound freestyle category.
Personal — David Stokes Smith is the son of David Smith ... Born January 23,
1986, in Orlando, Fla. ... Has two sisters ... Plans to major in business administration
at Carolina ... Hopes to pursue a career as a music producer ... Father and uncles
played football at Alabama ... Cousin played baseball at Vanderbilt.
Michael Walters • #29
Defender
Fr. • 6-1 • 180
Raleigh, N.C. (Sanderson)
Prep — Two-time all-state selection at Raleigh’s Sanderson H.S. (2002-03) ... In
high school soccer, earned all-region honors from 2001-03 and all-conference accolades from 2000-03 ... Earned academic all-conference honors in 2003 ... Played six
years with the ‘85 CASL Elite club team, serving as team captain from 2000-04 ...
Won four NCYSA titles with CASL Elite ... Also a member of the NCYSA Olympic
Development Program (ODP) team for four years ... Helped ODP team to 2000
USYSA Region Three title ... Also reached the Region III final in 2002 and ‘03.
Personal — Michael Lee Walters is the son of Diane and Scott Walters ... Born
September 10, 1985, in Lansing, Mich. ... Has two brothers ... Plans to major in business administration at Carolina and wants a career in federal law enforcement.
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 13 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
HEAD COACH ELMAR BOLOWICH
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Under the guidance of Elmar Bolowich, the North Carolina men’s soccer team
has entrenched itself among the nation’s elite, staking that claim by winning the
2001 NCAA championship and finishing ranked No. 1 in at least one national poll
twice since 2000.
With a career record of 188-104-18, Bolowich surpassed Marvin Allen to
become UNC’s winningest men’s soccer coach during the 2002 campaign.
Now entering his 16th season as the head coach in Chapel Hill, Bolowich has
led the Tar Heels to the best period in program history, going 68-18-5 in the last
four seasons and winning the 2000 ACC and 2001 NCAA titles.
He was named the 2000 Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, the 2001
NSCAA National Coach of the Year and the NSCAA South Region Coach of the
Year in both 2000 and ‘01.
“Elmar is one of the finest coaches in the nation,” says UNC athletic director
Dick Baddour. “He recruits not only extraordinary athletes, but also tremendous
students and quality people. And the results he’s achieved on the field speak for
themselves.”
A year ago, the Tar Heels went 12-4-4 and made the NCAA Tournament for the
fifth consecutive season, a program first. UNC was the No. 4 national seed the
tournament. Led by its trademark stingy defense, Carolina tallied 10 shutouts in
20 matches to rank ninth nationally in shutout percentage (.500).
During the 2002 season, UNC posted a 14-7-1 record en route to its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. Carolina also went 3-2-1 in ACC play, giving
the team its third straight winning season in conference play for the first time since
1977-80.
In 2001, Carolina won the first national championship in program history,
going 21-4 overall. The Tar Heels posted a school-record 14 shutouts and won
three straight overtime games in the NCAA Tournament.
In 2000, Carolina earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament,
shared the ACC regular-season championship, won the ACC Tournament and
came within a goal of reaching the Final Four. UNC ended the regular season
ranked No. 1 in all the national polls.
Bolowich, 50, has been associated with the Tar Heel program since 1986. He
was named head coach on March 2, 1989, by former Director of Athletics John
Swofford. He is only the fourth head coach in North Carolina’s 57-year men’s soccer history.
Under Bolowich, the men’s soccer team’s grade point average consistently has
been among the highest of any men’s team on the Carolina campus, and the Tar
Heels enjoyed continued academic success with a 2.803 team GPA for the 2004
spring semester. Five different Tar Heels were named to the Dean’s List last
Spring, and Tar Heels have been named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll 24
BOLOWICH’S RECORD AT CAROLINA
Overall
ACC RS
Year
Record
Record
1989
9-9-1
1-4-1
1990
13-7-0
2-4-0
1991
15-6-1
3-3-0
1992
9-7-4
2-2-2
1993
13-7-2
2-2-2
1994
13-7-0
3-3-0
1995
11-8-1
0-5-1
1996
8-8-1
2-3-1
1997
6-13-0
1-5-0
1998
11-6-2
3-3-0
1999
12-7-1
2-3-1
2000
21-3-0
5-1-0
2001
21-4-0
4-2-0
2002
14-7-1
3-2-1
2003
12-4-4
2-3-1
Totals
188-103-18
35-45-10
*Rankings: Soccer America/NSCAA
ACC RS
Finish
Tied 5th
6th
4th
4th
4th
Tied 3rd
7th
Tied 6th
7th
Tied 4th
5th
Tied 1st
Tied 2nd
3rd
Tied 4th
ACC Tourn.
Finish
First Round
First Round
Semifinalist
Semifinalist
Semifinalist
First Round
Semifinalist
First Round
First Round
First Round
Semifinalist
Champion
Semifinalist
First Round
First Round
7-13-2
Rank*
13/14/20
14/17
11/-
1/5
1/1
19/23
14/18
times over the last three years. Individually, Matt Crawford took home Academic
All-America honors in 2002-03 and also received the ACC’s Weaver-JamesCorrigan Award and a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. In 2000-01, Michael
Bucy was named Academic All-America for the third year in a row.
Bolowich was honored in January 1999, with the National Intercollegiate
Soccer Officials Association National Merit award, which is given annually to one
college coach whose reputation is recognized by soccer officials as praiseworthy
and reflective of the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior.
Among the most impressive items on Bolowich’s coaching resume is his track
record of producing fine international and professional players. Fourteen
Bolowich-coached Tar Heels are playing professionally in the U.S. in 2004, and
another is active in Europe.
Defenders Eddie Pope and Gregg Berhalter were members of the 2002 U.S.
World Cup Team and are still a part of the U.S. National Team Pool, as is Kerry
Zavagnin. Pope ranks among the best defenders in the world today. A member of
the U.S. National Team, Pope started for the 1996 Olympic team and the ‘98 and
2002 World Cup teams. He led D.C. United to Major League Soccer championships in 1996, 1997 and 1999 and now plays for the New York/New Jersey
MetroStars.
Joining Pope on the defensive unit of the U.S. National Team is former UNC
teammate Berhalter, who also plays professionally for Germany’s Energie
Cottbus. Berhalter started games alongside Pope in the 2002 World Cup.
The newest Tar Heel addition to the national team pool, Zavagnin also plays
midfield for MLS’ Kansas City Wizards. In addition to Pope and Zavagnin, seven
other Tar Heels are listed on MLS rosters in 2004: Matt Crawford (Colorado
Rapids), Chris Leitch (New York/New Jersey MetroStars), Logan Pause (Chicago
Fire), Eddie Robinson (San Jose Earthquakes), David Stokes (D.C. United), Carey
Talley (Dallas Burn) and David Testo (Columbus Crew). Testo earned A-League
Rookie of the Year honors with the Richmond Kickers in 2003.
Additionally, five former UNC stars are playing in the A-League in 2004: Chris
Carrieri (Rochester Raging Rhinos), Marco Ferruzzi (Minnesota Thunder), Danny
Jackson (Seattle Sounders), Caleb Norkus (Richmond Kickers) and Michael
Ueltschey (Puerto Rico Islanders).
Including Berhalter, Pope and Zavagnin, 11 current or former Tar Heels are in
U.S. National Team pools. Pause, Stokes and Testo are all in the Under-23 pool,
while current Tar Heels Corey Ashe, Chris Germani, Michael Harrington, Justin
Hughes and Jamie Watson are a part of the Under-20 player pool.
Bolowich joined former UNC head coach Anson Dorrance’s
staff as a part-time assistant coach in 1986 and a year later he
was appointed to the position of full-time assistant coach with
the men’s team.
NCAA
A native of Edenkoben, Germany, Bolowich played and
Tournament
coached on the semi-professional level in his native country.
Prior to entering college, Bolowich served two years in the
Second Round
German Luftwaffe (Air Force). Collegiately in Germany,
Second Round
Bolowich played at the University of Mainz from 1976-80. He
graduated from Mainz in 1981 with a diploma in Sports
Second Round
Education.
First Round
During and following his collegiate career, Bolowich played
for club teams in Wiesbaden, Mainz and Cuxhaven.
In addition to holding a USSF A-License, Bolowich received
his coaching license from the German Football Association in
1981. Bolowich has served as a regional staff coach with the
U.S. Soccer Federation’s Olympic Development Program for
First Round
Region III. Bolowich also coached the Durham-Chapel Hill
Quarterfinal
under-19 club team to the 1990 Maguire Cup Final Four. He
Champion
serves as the director of the Carolina Soccer Camp.
Second Round
During the summer of 1999, Bolowich became a member of
Second Round
the Chapel Hill Flying Club and a certified private pilot.
11-8-0
Bolowich and his wife, Nina, have a daughter, Alya, and a
son, Alex.
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 14 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Carlos Somoano is in his third season as the top assistant coach with the
University of North Carolina men’s soccer team.
He assists head coach Elmar Bolowich in all aspects of the Tar Heel
program, including practice and conditioning, recruiting, fund-raising,
game operations and management, alumni relations and community service projects. He also is the coordinator of the Carolina Soccer Camp.
With his assistance, UNC reached its fifth consecutive NCAA
Tournament a year ago. The Tar Heels have been to the tournament each
season that Somoano has been in Chapel Hill. Last season, he was named
one of the top 20 assistant coaches in the nation by
CollegeSoccerNews.com. He also received the same honor in 2000.
Somoano came to Carolina from Virginia Commonwealth University,
where he was an assistant coach for six seasons. Prior to his stint in
Richmond, he was an assistant coach at Eckerd College from 1992-95.
Somoano was the top assistant to VCU head coach Tim O’Sullivan for
six seasons (1996-2001). During his tenure in Richmond, the Rams went
to three consecutive NCAA Tournaments from 1997-99. He helped
recruit and coach two All-Americas and three academic All-Americas in
his six seasons.
The 1998 Ram squad received the NCAA Academic Award as one of
only 16 teams nationwide with a team grade point average of 3.0 or better. VCU was one of only two of those teams that reached the NCAA
Tournament that season.
In addition, Somoano served as a U.S. Youth Soccer Region I assistant
coach for the 2000 and 2001 seasons, selecting, coaching and training
Olympic Development Regional team players in the under-14 age group.
He also was a head coach with the Virginia state ODP team since 1997.
Somoano received a Bachelor of Science in biology (concentration in
pre-medicine) from Eckerd College in 1992. He then earned a Master’s
of Sport Management degree from the University of Richmond in August
of 2000. Somoano earned four letters in soccer at Eckerd College and
was a two-year team captain.
Karen Jonas
ASSISTANT COACHES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
John Cone is in his third season as goalkeeper trainer at North Carolina.
A year ago, Cone coached Ford Williams and Justin Hughes into one of
the top goal-tending tandems in the country, as they combined for 10
shutouts on the season.
He came to UNC after two years as an assistant coach with the
University of Tennessee women’s soccer program.
During Cone’s two seasons in Knoxville, the Lady Volunteers finished
second in the Southeastern Conference in 2000 and earned their first-ever
NCAA Tournament bid in 2001. Prior to coaching at Tennnessee, Cone
served as an assistant coach for two years for the men’s team at
Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colo.
Cone was the Director of Goalkeeping for the Colorado Rush soccer
club, in which he oversaw the progress of all of the squad's advanced
goalkeepers ages 11-18. From 1993-2002, he spent his summers as a
director for Tony DiCicco's Soccer Plus Goalkeeping Schools. DiCicco
piloted the U.S. Women's National Team to the World Cup title in 1999.
Cone was a three-year starting goaltender at Butler University, where
he established school records for most saves in a game, season and career.
He later served as an assistant coach for the Bulldogs in 1995 and 1996,
as the team compiled an overall mark of 29-12-3.
The Denver native earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature from Butler in 1993. Cone was taken in third round of the National
Professional Soccer League mid-season draft by the Kansas City Attack
in December of 1993 and later spent a trial period with RFC Seraing, a
first-division club in Belgium from July through October of 1994. He
also spent three months playing with the Hampton Roads Mariners of the
United States International Soccer League in 1996.
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 15 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Karen Jonas
ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
DR. BETH MILLER
DICK BADDOUR
Sr. Associate Director of Athletics
Director of Athletics
Dick Baddour, a 1966 graduate of the University of
North Carolina, was named Director of Athletics on June
25, 1997. In his seven years as director, the UNC
Department of Athletics has undergone a number of
changes, yet remains one of the premiere programs in the
Atlantic Coast Conference and in the nation.
The Goldsboro, N.C., native heads a program that with 28 varsity sports is the
largest in the ACC. Carolina prides itself on a strong overall athletic program and
finished seventh in the 2003-04 Director’s Cup, a measure of NCAA postseason
success. The Tar Heels, inaugural winners of the Cup in 1994, have finished
among the top eight teams nine times in the competition’s 11 years.
Baddour is in his 38th year of continuous service to the university. He graduated from UNC in 1966 and was appointed Assistant Dean of Men in 1967. He
served as Assistant Dean of Admissions and Assistant Dean of the UNC School of
Law and also earned a Master of Arts degree in education prior to joining the athletic department in 1986.
In 2001, he received the Distinguished Service Medal from the UNC General
Alumni Association.
Active in Chapel Hill community affairs, he is a past president of the Public
School Foundation and has served on the Parks and Recreation Commission. He
and his wife, Lynda, have two sons, Allen and David, and a daughter, Jennifer.
Department of Athletics Mission Statement
The Department of Athletics has offered high quality athletic programs for
many years. Through a dedicated commitment to educational interests, competitive athletic programs, and integrity in all areas, the student-athletes, coaches and
staff strive to bring credit and recognition to the University.
The mission of the Department is to sponsor a broad-based athletic program
that provides educational and athletic opportunities for young men and women to
grow and develop, and to serve the interests of the University by complementing
and enhancing its diversity and quality of life. Coaches, as educators, are foundational to this process. In keeping with the University’s efforts to offer programs of
regional and national acclaim, the Department’s athletic programs strive for competitive excellence within the Atlantic Coast Conference or other similar institutions. Through its athletic programs, the University seeks to unite students, faculty, staff and alumni in a common and shared experience. The Department seeks to
contribute to the diversity of the University by offering opportunities for enhanced
racial/ethnic, cultural and geographic representation.
To fulfill this mission, the Department, with the approval of the Board of
Trust, has developed principles of operation to provide guidance and direction to
its personnel. This Mission Statement and accompanying principles require strong
dedication and commitment from all who participate in, coach in and support the
Department of Athletics.
Department of Athletics Statement on Gambling
The mission of the Department of Athletics is to sponsor a broad-based athletic program that provides educational and athletic opportunities for young men and
women to grow and develop. In keeping with the Department’s mission and the
University’s commitment to educational interests, competitive athletic programs,
and integrity in all areas, the Department of Athletics strongly condemns the influence of gambling on intercollegiate athletics.
Student gambling is a significant issue on college campuses. Student-athlete
involvement in gambling has produced many tragic situations, both for studentathletes and the universities they represent. Student-athletes often compete in contests that generate interest from those involved in gambling and, possibly, organized crime. If given the opportunity, those interests will not hesitate to exploit the
position student-athletes hold on college campuses. As such, the University of
North Carolina is firmly opposed to all forms of gambling and bribery related to
intercollegiate athletics.
To fulfill its educational obligation, the Department provides a gambling education program to all its student-athletes and departmental staff members. This
statement and the educational program are reflections of the Department’s commitment to keeping intercollegiate athletics free from the influences of gambling
and its related activities.
The Department requires its staff members and student-athletes to adhere to
NCAA, state and federal laws regarding gambling. In the interest of fair competi-
Beth Miller is in her 20th year supervising the 26-sport
Olympic program and serves as UNC’s Senior Woman
Administrator. She is a 1968 alumna of Appalachian State
University with a B.S. degree in health and physical education. She has a master’s from ASU and earned a Doctor of
Arts degree in physical education at Middle Tennessee State
in 1974.
From 1969-72, she served as the head volleyball and basketball coach at
Appalachian State. She became head volleyball coach at UNC in 1975 and led the
Tar Heels to four consecutive ACC titles from 1980-83 and five postseason tournament appearances. She also coached softball at Carolina from 1978-79.
In 1979, she was named Athletic Business Manager. She retired from coaching
volleyball after 1983, but continued to handle all financial affairs for the department through 1987.
Miller currently serves on a number of Atlantic Coast Conference committees,
including those for women’s basketball, wrestling and officiating. She chairs the
committees for women’s golf and volleyball. She also serves on UNC’s Housing
Advisory Board.
A native of Landis, N.C., she has supervised UNC's highly successful Olympic
Sports program since 1985.
tion and the growth and development of student-athletes, the Department strongly
urges its friends and supporters to refrain from gambling/betting on contests
involving collegiate competition and to abide by state and federal laws.
UNC ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION
Chancellor ..........................................................................Dr. James Moeser
Faculty Representative
..............................................................Jack Evans
Director of Athletics ....................................................................Dick Baddour
Senior Associate Athletic Director ..................................................Larry Gallo
Senior Associate A.D. (Olympic Sports) ..................................Dr. Beth Miller
Senior Associate A.D. (Operations & Facilities)........................Willie Scroggs
Senior Associate A.D. (Business and Finance) ........................Martina Ballen
Senior Associate A.D. (Student-Athlete Services) ..................John Blanchard
Associate A.D. (Marketing and Promotions) ........................Norwood Teague
Associate A.D. (Communications)..........................................Steve Kirschner
Educational Foundation President ......................................John Montgomery
Director of the Academic Support Program ..............................Robert Mercer
Director of Sports Medicine ..........................................................Dr. Tim Taft
Coordinator of Athletic Training ..............................................Dr. Dan Hooker
Assistant A.D (Football and Olympic Sports Operations) ............Ellen Culler
Assistant A.D. (Tickets and Dean E. Smith Center) ................Clint Gwaltney
Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports ..............Greg Gatz
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT SWITCHBOARDS
Smith Center ........................................................................(919) 962-6000
Carmichael Auditorium ..........................................................(919) 962-5411
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2126
Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Web Address:
TarHeelBlue.com
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Overnight Address:
Dean Smith Center
Skipper Bowles Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Karen Jonas
BENEFITS OF THE CAROLINA LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
• Position UNC as having the nation’s premier athletics leadership development program
• Provide student-athletes with highly marketable leadership skills for
their careers
• Maintain and enhance student-athlete academic performance and graduation rates
• Foster a strong understanding and partnership between coaches and captains as team leaders
• Attract and retain top coaches, student-athletes and staff
• Develop coaches to be effective leaders
• Groom assistant coaches to become strong head coaching candidates
• Provide coaches with reliable, responsible and respected student-athlete
leaders
• Position teams to become even more competitively successful - strong
link between leadership & success
STUDENT-ATHLETE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Leadership training targets three specific groups based on their year in
school and readiness to become leaders. The three programs include the
Personal Leadership Program for all freshmen, the Emerging Leaders
Program for select sophomores and juniors and the Established Leaders
Program for those upperclass student-athletes who have demonstrated an
aptitude for leadership.
1. Personal Leadership Program
Leadership training begins in the freshmen year. All leadership begins
with personal leadership, therefore freshmen are taught skills to effectively lead themselves. Working with Carolina’s traditional freshmen program “Athletes Coming Together (ACT)”, training consists of monthly
meetings featuring keynote speakers and small group discussion.
Upperclass student-athletes serve as peer mentors and discussion leaders.
Special focus is on responsibility, accountability, making good choices,
ethics, character building, etc.
As one of the nation’s premiere Peak
Performance Coaches, Jeff Janssen, M.S. helps coaches and athletes develop the team chemistry, mental
toughness and leadership skills necessary to win championships.
Jeff has been privileged to consult with and
speak to many of the nation’s top athletic departments and conducted hundreds of programs for high schools, club sports and coaches clinics/conventions all across the country.
He is the author of several books, articles, and videos on peak performance, team building, and leadership. His groundbreaking books
Championship Team Building, The Seven Secrets of Successful Coaches
and The Team Captain’s Leadership Manual have received rave reviews
from coaches around the world.
He began his career as the Peak Performance Coach and Assistant
Life Skills Director for the University of Arizona athletic department. For
eight years Jeff’s cutting edge peak performance strategies contributed to
several
National Championships and Pac-10 Conference championships.
Jeff created Janssen Peak Performance, a professional consulting and
speaking firm which provides high level sports and business teams with the
insights, strategies, and tools they need to perform to their potential.
CAROLINA LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
JEFF JANSSEN
Program Director
Objectives:
• Identify and develop high potential leaders in their sophomore or junior
years
• Create solid Leaders by Example and set the stage for developing Vocal
Leaders
• Build a strong peer support network for aspiring leaders
• Develop leaders who support and learn from current team captains/leaders (followership)
• Succession Planning
3. Established Leaders Program
Designed for team captains and veteran student-athletes. Provides
advanced leadership training and support. Teaches the critical skills and
insights necessary to be effective vocal leaders. Provides a strong peer
network. Student-athletes meet regularly to learn and reinforce leadership
principles and share successes, frustrations and lessons. Graduates
receive special recognition from Carolina upon completion of the program.
Objectives:
• Encourage established leaders to step up and be Vocal Leaders
• Establish a solid, cooperative, and ongoing partnership with the coaching staff
• Review and extend the insights and skills necessary to be a responsible
and respected leader
• Provide established leaders with ongoing coaching as they tackle the
tough issues of team leadership
• Provide established leaders with a solid peer network for guidance and
support
Objectives:
• Teach freshmen how to effectively lead themselves
• Ease the transition of freshmen student-athletes
• Create social connections between freshmen
• Provide freshmen with upperclass peer mentors
• Teach freshmen the importance of respecting leadership
• Develop upperclass student-athlete leaders to mentor the freshmen
2. Emerging Leaders Program
Designed for a select group of “high potential” sophomores and juniors.
Provides future leaders with insights, strategies and skills necessary to
become effective leaders. The program includes monthly meetings, interactive exercises and action learning experiences. This stage emphasizes
leading by example.
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SUPPORT STAFF/CAROLINA SOCCER CAMP
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
MEN’S SOCCER SUPPORT STAFF
MARIE BAKER
Marketing
ELLEN CULLER
Operations
GREG GATZ
Strength Coach
JONATHAN
HILDEBRAND
Team Manager
CHRIS HIRTH
Head Trainer
DAVE LOHSE
PA Announcer
DELAINE
MARBRY
Secretary
JOHN MARTIN
Communications
UNC head coach Elmar Bolowich (left) serves as director of the Carolina Soccer
Camp, while assistant Carlos Somoano is the camp’s coordinator.
CAROLINA SOCCER CAMP
The Carolina Soccer Camp, held on the UNC campus each summer, combines an outstanding, qualified staff and excellent facilities to create an environment for serious soccer
players to develop their skills, get a solid understanding of the game and have fun. The same
training methods that have made the Tar Heels a national power are implemented in the camp.
The camp is divided into three different types of sessions to challenge campers to reach
their maximum potential as players. The three types of residential camps are Elite Camp for
select/classic/travel or ODP players, Senior Camp and Junior Camp for ages 10-13. Day
camps are available for ages 10-14 and a Junior Heels Day Camp for ages 6-11.
Carolina Soccer Camp is designed to challenge the advanced soccer player to his maximum potential. Instead of drills, we teach and practice concepts of the game. The Camp curriculum is tactically oriented. Both defensive and offensive principles are explained in order
to improve the camper's understanding of his position and overall knowledge of the game.
Morning technical training is geared toward the implementation of tactical concepts in the
afternoon. Our curriculum is age-appropriate for the different sessions. Small-sided, competitive games during the day get the players ready for the nightly full matches.
For more information:
www.CarolinaSoccerCamp.com
PHONE: 1-800-324-2267
EMAIL: [email protected]
KYM ORR
Academic
Counselor
TERRY
ROBERTS
Communications
Assistant
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The support of the alumni, parents and friends who comprise the
Friends of Carolina Soccer has played a major role in the success of
Carolina soccer. Financial assistance from this group has been instrumental in program enhancements such as the McCaskill Soccer Center
and Nike Carolina Classic.
All soccer alumni are encouraged to attend the annual alumni weekend
this fall on October 29-31.
Those interested in joining FOCS should call the men’s soccer office
at 919-962-0466 or write to:
Friends of Carolina Soccer
P.O. Box 2126
Chapel Hill, NC 27515
FRIENDS OF CAROLINA SOCCER 2003-04
Name
Hometown
Donald Ahern
Charlotte, N.C.
Dwight and Fran Ange
Raleigh, N.C.
Keith Batt
Charlottesville, Va.
Edward T. Baur
St. Louis, Mo.
John Black
Charlotte, N.C.
Buck Blankenship
Charlotte, N.C.
Ronald Bone
Moreland Hill, Ohio
Kingman Brown
Potomac Hills, Md.
Gordon Cadwgan
Wilmington, Del.
Joel Clancy
Raleigh, N.C.
Stephen Dawson
Raleigh, N.C.
Chris Douglass
Charlotte, N.C.
T.M. Evins, Jr.
Oxford, N.C.
Charles and Linda Ferguson
Alexandria, Va.
Frank Gilhooly
Airmont, N.Y.
Peter and Elizabeth Gilmore
Yakima, Wash.
Peter Griffin
Riverside, Conn.
James Gwynn
Austin, Texas
William Thomas Haigh
Sudbury, Mass.
R. Woody Harrison
Wilson, N.C.
Charles Johnston
Richmond, Va.
Dr. and Mrs. David Hirschler
Norfolk, Va.
Roy Hunt
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Kevin and Lisa Ledwith
Ft. Washington, Pa.
Dave Lohse
Durham, N.C.
John and Susan Mansfield
Greensboro, N.C.
Steve Mascia
Greensboro, N.C.
Carol McCaskill
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Michael Milazzo
Durham, N.C.
Ernest Montgomery
Albuquerque, N.M.
William Moore
Fayetteville, N.C.
Karl and Carol Muster
Champaign, Ill.
Lisa and Sean Naber
Wilmington, N.C.
Tom O’Connor
San Francisco, Calif.
Joseph Oleniacz
Durham, N.C.
Fred Parker III
Raleigh, N.C.
Dale and Robbins Poole
Chapel Hill, N.C.
George Pope II
Jamestown, N.C.
David Popp
Arlington, Va.
William Propster
Newbury Park, Calif.
Michael Shivar
Kinston, N.C.
Bud Siegel
Westport, Conn.
Steve and Susan Skolsky
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Smith Family Foundation
Burlington, N.C.
J.D. Soffe
Fayetteville, N.C.
George Stephens
Raleigh, N.C.
James Talbot
Plymouth Meeting, Pa.
David Taylor
Bethesda, Md.
Mike Thomas
Atlanta, Ga.
Watts and Martha Ueltschey
Jackson, Miss.
Richard Wachsman
Barrington, Ill.
Lewis Warren, Jr.
Cleveland, Tenn.
Oliver Weiss
Blacksburg, Va.
OPERATING ENDOWMENT
CONTRIBUTORS
Donald Ahern
Dwight and Fran Ange
Keith Batt
Edward T. Baur
John Black
Buck Blankenship
Ronald Bone
Kingman Brown
Gordon Cadwgan
T.M. Evins, Jr.
Charles and Linda Ferguson
Frank Gilhooly
Peter and Elizabeth Gilmore
Peter Griffin
James Gwynn
William Thomas Haigh
R. Woody Harrison
Dr. and Mrs. David Hirschler
Roy Hunt
Kevin and Lisa Ledwith
Dave Lohse
Steve Mascia
Ernest Montgomery
Karl and Carol Muster
Lisa and Sean Naber
Tom O’Connor
Fred Parker III
Dale and Robbins Poole
George Pope II
David Popp
William Propster
Michael Shivar
Bud Siegel
James H. Smith, Jr.
J.D. Soffe
George Stephens
James Talbot
David Taylor
Richard Wachsman
Lewis Warren, Jr.
2004-05 SCHOLARSHIP DONORS
Bud Aldrich
Peter and Joan Allan
Christopher McLauchlin Collier
T.M. Evins, Jr.
Steven and Gail Grossman
C. Felix Harvey
Dax and Allison Hill, IV
The Larry Hill Family
A.L. Hobgood, III
Lew Hooper
Bill and Jeanne Jordan
Ralph M. Potter
Mercer Reynolds
John J. Rife
Jeff Rives
Steve and Susan Skolsky
Dianne Smith
James H. Smith, Jr.
Ralph M. and Frances B. Stockton
James Scott Whitaker
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FRIENDS OF CAROLINA SOCCER
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
FETZER FIELD
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Year
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
Total
CAROLINA AT
FETZER FIELD
W
L
T
4
0
0
4
0
1
3
1
0
3
1
0
3
1
0
1
3
0
2
4
0
2
0
1
3
2
0
3
1
0
1
1
1
6
0
0
6
1
0
6
0
0
5
3
0
4
0
0
4
1
1
5
1
1
5
2
0
6
0
1
6
2
0
7
1
0
3
2
0
2
2
2
2
3
1
3
2
0
4
2
1
3
1
1
4
3
0
6
3
0
9
2
0
8
2
1
9
1
0
7
3
0
9
1
0
4
1
2
7
1
0
6
2
0
7
3
0
7
2
1
9
1
0
6
2
1
Did not play at Fetzer
2
0
0
8
3
1
7
3
2
11
2
1
8
2
0
8
3
0
4
3
1
5
5
0
7
1
1
6
3
0
11
2
0
12
0
0
9
1
1
5
2
0
307
94
23
Overall winning percentage in 56
seasons of competition (.751)
Fetzer Field is among the most beautiful soccer facilities in the nation.
A PREMIER FACILITY
A host of numerous ACC Tournament, NCAA
Tournament and Final Four games over its illustrious history, Fetzer Field has long been one of the the nation’s
most storied soccer facilities. With the 1999 relocation of
the UNC Soccer offices to the McCaskill Soccer Center
adjacent to Fetzer Field, Carolina enjoys perhaps the
finest overall facility in all of college soccer.
Fetzer Field, which boasts a capacity of 5,025 fans, is
the home to UNC’s men’s and women’s soccer, men’s
and women’s lacrosse and men’s and women’s outdoor
track and field teams.
The dedication of the McCaskill Soccer Center on
April 11, 1999, solidified Fetzer Field’s elite status
among soccer facilities. The Center is a two-story structure that houses locker rooms for the men’s and women’s
soccer teams as well as a team meeting room, coaches’
offices and a large conference room. Total costs on the
project were $1.8 million.
Located in the heart of the Carolina campus, Fetzer
Field was originally completed in 1935 as a Works
Projects Administration program. Since 1947, the Tar
Heel men have won 75 percent of their games played
there, going 307-94-23 (.751) in 56 seasons.
The facility has been home not only to soccer NCAA
and ACC Championships, but also to the 1991 and 1993
ACC Track and Field Championships, the N.C. High
School Athletic Association Track and Field
Championships, the National Junior Olympics and men’s
lacrosse NCAA and ACC Tournaments. In 1996, the
facility was the home training site for the United
States Track and Field Team as it prepared for
the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. In
2001, it was home to the Carolina Courage of
the WUSA.
ranked NC State Wolfpack team. On November 10,
1990, Carolina played its first night game ever at Fetzer
Field, beating Wake Forest 2-1 in the first round of the
NCAA Tournament. Night games are now a regular part
of the Carolina men’s soccer schedule at Fetzer.
FACILITY UPGRADES
The 1989 campaign was the only year in which
Carolina did not play any games at Fetzer Field since the
program was founded in 1947. The facility underwent a
complete renovation beginning in May of 1989. The
project was completed in October of 1990 and the facility was officially rededicated on April 6, 1991 during a
men’s lacrosse game between No. 1-ranked Carolina and
No. 2-ranked Johns Hopkins. At the same time, the track
area of the facility was renamed the Irwin Belk Track.
The renovation project itself included resurfacing and
widening of the track which encircles the soccer and
lacrosse field, upgrading the grandstand seating with
new aluminum bleachers and the building of permanent
gatehouses. In addition, the press box at Fetzer Field was
enclosed and air conditioned. A new matrix scoreboard
was also installed that is a state-of-the-art entity, complete with message board.
On October 21, 1990, the North Carolina men’s soccer team officially returned home to a newly renovated
Robert Allison Fetzer Field at the University of North
Carolina. After nearly two years worth of remodeling
and refurbishing at the legendary Fetzer grounds, the Tar
Heels were back home once again.
HISTORY
Fetzer Field, named for former Tar Heel athletic director and track and field head coach Bob
Fetzer, was the only home the North Carolina
men’s soccer program knew from the team’s
first varsity game in 1947 through the entirety
of the 1988 campaign. When Fetzer was being
renovated, the Tar Heels played all their 1989
home games at Finley Field near the University
golf course as well as the first eight home
matches of 1990.
Carolina then returned home to Fetzer on
October 21, 1990, and celebrated the homecom- Carolina ranked fifth nationally in average attendance last
ing with a stunning 2-0 upset of a No. 10- season, packing over 2,000 fans per game at Fetzer Field.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
McCASKILL SOCCER CENTER
Jeffrey A. Camarati
MCCASKILL SOCCER CENTER
The state-of-the-art McCaskill Soccer Center on the
University of North Carolina campus was dedicated on the
morning of Sunday, April 11, 1999.
“I really think this completes our wonderful facility
here,” head coach Elmar Bolowich said at the dedication.
“We’ve had a great stadium, and now we’ve got a great
facility to go along with it. This will benefit the program
in the years to come.”
The facility has already begun to pay dividends, including the 2001 NCAA title. UNC was ranked No. 1 in the
nation for much of the season in 2001 and went 12-0 at
Fetzer Field in 2001 for the best home record in school
history. Fetzer hosted three NCAA Tournament games in
both 2000 and ‘01 and one in both ‘02 and ‘03.
The 6,600-square-foot McCaskill Soccer Center, named
after Norman and Carol McCaskill, is located adjacent to Carolina’s Team Room
Fetzer Field on the UNC campus.
“I think this building is a reflection of how much our
alumni care about soccer at North Carolina,” UNC
women’s soccer coach Anson Dorrance said. “We have a
rabid following, and I think our fans will love this building.”
The new facility is a two-story structure, which houses
locker rooms for the varsity men’s and women’s soccer
teams as well as a team meeting room on the first floor.
The second floor houses offices for both sports as well as
a large conference room which can be used by all of the
Tar Heels’ Olympic sports team.
The building was designed by NBBJ Architects of
Research Triangle Park and was constructed by Resolute
Building Company of Chapel Hill. Total costs of the project were $1.8 million.
Carolina’s Locker Room
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Photos by Dan Sears
A WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Currently of the MLS’ Colorado Rapids, Matt Crawford (left) and volleyball standout Laura Greene were awarded the 2002-03 Patterson
Medal, given annually to the top senior male and female studentathletes at Carolina.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
CAROLINA SOCCER
ACADEMIC HONORS
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 22 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Ray Fumo,
who earned
the ACC Top
Six Award for
Service and
made the
Dean’s List at
Carolina last
Spring, will
serve as the
men’s soccer
academic
team captain
in this year.
Karen Jonas
At the University of North
Carolina, athletes are still first and
foremost students. While most universities make that claim, Carolina
ACC Honor Roll (2003-04)
student-athletes prove it.
Pablo Aycinena
The Tar Heel men’s soccer team
Blake Beach
has been consistently among the best
David Boole
Justin Hughes
on the Carolina campus in the classChris Showers
room in recent years. For the 2004
Wes Shull
Spring semester, it posted a 2.803
grade point average, which ranked
Dean’s List (Spring 2004)
fourth among men’s teams. For the
Pablo Aycinena
2001-02 academic year, the team talDavid Boole
lied a 2.967 GPA, giving the team its
Ray Fumo
highest GPA in Elmar Bolowich’s 15Justin Hughes
year head coaching career. Previously,
Chris Showers
the men’s soccer team had the highest
Athletic Director’s ScholarGPA of any men’s team on campus
Athlete Award
for two years in a row in 1998-99 and
Grant Porter
1999-2000.
Last year, Pablo Aycinena, Blake
ACC Top Six Award for
Beach, David Boole, Justin Hughes,
Service
Chris Showers and Wes Shull were
Ray Fumo
named to the ACC Academic Honor
Roll. Aycinena, Boole, Ray Fumo, Hughes and Showers each earned
Dean’s List status in the Spring.
For the second consecutive year, a men’s soccer alum claimed the
Patterson Medal, awarded annually to Carolina’s top male and female
senior student-athlete. Matt Crawford, who earned Verizon Academic
All-America and All-District III honors in 2003, won last year’s honor,
while Danny Jackson, earned the award for 2001-02.
Performances such as these are direct result of the emphasis placed on
academics by the North Carolina athletic department.
Michael Bucy was named to the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 GTE FirstTeam Academic All-America University Division Men’s Fall-Winter AtLarge Team selected by the College Sports Information Directors of
America after being a third-team choice in 1998-99. Crawford earned
Verizon Academic All-America honors for 2002-03. The Verizon
Academic All-America Teams are the most prestigious academic honors
a student-athlete can earn on an annual basis.
During the 2003-04 academic year, 247 Carolina student-athletes made
the ACC Academic Honor Roll, which requires a cumulative GPA of at
least 3.0 for the year. In the fall of 2003, 143 student-athletes made the
Dean's List, and 141 did so in the spring of 2004.
"Our young people are students first and athletes second and that will
always be the case at the University," says Athletic Director Dick
Baddour. "That is a credit to our coaches, administrators and support
staff, but most of all, our student-athletes. Their accomplishments in the
classroom are very impressive."
Located primarily in the Pope Academic Support Center, the
University of North Carolina Academic Support Program opened its
doors in 1986. It is equipped with study facilities, tutorial rooms, a computer lab, a 128-seat auditorium and counselors' offices. At the center,
students meet with staff to discuss course selection, major exploration,
academic progress and academic eligibility.
The Academic Support Program serves approximately 800 student-athletes. The Academic Support Center is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the week and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays. Visitors are welcome to tour the facility during afternoon hours.
The staff consists of Director Robert Mercer, Associate Directors
Cynthia Reynolds and Wayne Walden, Assistant Director Marisa
Brnardic, Academic Counselors Mary Weeden, Jan Boxill and Kym Orr,
Learning Specialists Jenny Olson, Michelle Nixon and Mary
Willingham, and Administrative Assistant Doug Roberts. Ron Brewer
serves as the office’s intern.
Kym Orr works directly with the men’s soccer team. With a commitment to academic excellence soundly in place at the University of North
Carolina, the Student-Athlete Development Center becomes a vitally useful tool for helping with the education of student-athletes . . . and for
proving that “student” does indeed belong as a prefix to the word “athlete” at Carolina.
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Karen Jonas
FITNESS AND CONDITIONING
The men’s soccer team utilizes a 8,000-square-foot fitness center under the direction of Greg Gatz, director of
strength and conditioning for men’s soccer. Gatz specializes in sport-specific training and speed and strength
development. The fitness center is located below the
Development Center in a wing of the Kenan Fieldhouse
and features state-of-the-art equipment, free weights and
Olympic weights.
One of three fitness facilities used by Carolina athletes,
the Kenan facility also features a performance lab where
specialized aerobic equipment such as stairmasters,
treadmills and biocycles is used for conditioning and
monitoring rehabilitation progress. The squad also makes
use of modern strength, flexibility and conditioning
methods in a year-round training cycle. The result of such
training is athletes who are properly conditioned for competition.
The men’s soccer team was awarded the Team Lifting
Award as Carolina’s top men’s team in the weight room
during the 1998-99 academic year. The honor was
bestowed on the men’s soccer team by the Carolina
Student-Athlete Development Center staff.
MEDICAL CARE
In addition to the academic and fitness programs, the
Tar Heels receive excellent care from one of the country’s
best sports medicine staffs.
Carolina’s Director of Sports Medicine, Dr. Tim Taft,
oversees the program. Coordinator of Athletic Training
Dan Hooker directs a staff of full-time athletic trainers
and physical therapists, graduate students and undergraduates. Chris Hirth is the head trainer for the men’s soccer
team, while Chris Barlett, Brian Vesci and Adam Linens
also serve on the team’s training staff.
The medical and athletic training facilities are located
in the Student Health Center and Fetzer Gym. Both are
near Tar Heel practice areas for easy access to the treatment and advice on the care and prevention of injuries
that is available from the sports medicine staff.
The Athletic Department also recognizes a responsibility in educating student athletes on the physical, mental,
emotional and legal issues involved in drug abuse.
Accordingly, the department has established a drug edu-
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Carolina men’s soccer team was very
active in volunteer work during the 2003-04
academic year, continuing to make a difference on campus and in the Chapel Hill community.
“As a team, we make every effort we can
to give back to the community,” says head
coach Elmar Bolowich. “We want to be
known as a team that is active in the community in helping children and those who
aren’t as fortunate as we are.”
UNC defender Ray Fumo was honored
for his efforts with one of the ACC’s Top
Six Award for Service, presented studentathletes who demonstrate dedication to community service and outreach programs.
For the fourth year in a row as a part of the Carolina
Outreach program, a group of Tar Heel players helped
organize the annual UNC Children’s Hospital Dance
Marathon to raise money the hospital, the only public
hospital for children in the state of North Carolina.
Carolina Outreach, a part of the Atlantic Coast
Conference Outreach program, is an organization of Tar
Heel athletes dedicated to improving the lives of the residents of the town of Chapel Hill and the state of North
Carolina.
Also through the ACC Outreach program, team members held a Thanksgiving food drive to help provide
meals for area families.
The Carolina men’s soccer team also conducted several local soccer clinics for children and spent a weekend
working with Habitat for Humanity.
Karen Jonas
Chris Hirth serves as the head trainer for the
Carolina men’s soccer team.
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A SAMPLING OF UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES
OFFERED AT CAROLINA
African Studies
Afro-American Studies
American Studies
Anthropology
Applied Sciences
Art
Art History
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Biology
Biostatistics
Business Administration
Chemistry
Classics
Clinical Laboratory Science
Communication Studies
Comparative Literature
Dental Hygiene
Dramatic Art
East Asian Studies
Economics
Education
English
Environmental Sciences
Environmental Studies
Exercise and Sport Sciences
French
Geography
Geology
German
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
International Studies
Italian
Journalism & Mass
Communication
Latin
Latin American Studies
Linguistics
Management and Society
Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics
Music
Nursing
Nutrition
Peace, War and Defense
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Portugese
Psychology
Public Health
Public Policy Analysis
Radiologic Science
Recreation Administration
Religious Studies
Russian
Sociology
Spanish
Studio Art
Women’s Studies
A WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM
cation and prevention program which is
administered by the University’s Student
Health Services.
• The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was the nation’s first state university to open its doors and the only public university to award degrees in the 18th century. The cornerstone was laid for Old East, the nation’s first state university building, Oct.
12, 1793. Hinton James, the first student, arrived from Wilmington, N.C., Feb. 12, 1795.
• The American Society of Landscape Architects selected the Carolina campus as one of the most beautifully landscaped spots in
the country. That list is among the most recent praise affirming the charm of mighty oaks, majestic quadrangles, brick sidewalks
and other landscaping synonymous with UNC.
• In the U.S. News and World Report magazine’s 2004 “America’s Best Colleges” guide, UNC was ranked fifth among the
nation’s top public universities. Among undergraduate business programs, the Kenan-Flagler Business School ranked fifth nationwide.
• U.S. News also ranked numerous graduate degree programs and specialty areas at UNC among the top 25 nationwide, in
Spring 2004. The magazine rated programs in the schools of business, education, law, medicine, nursing and public health. Several
schools, degree programs and specialty areas were in the top 10.
• Carolina was the number one “best value” among 77 schools chosen by The Princeton Review for outstanding academics,
low-to-moderate tuition and fees, and generous financial aid packages.
• “The Unofficial, Unbiased Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges” listed Carolina second among
the top 10 “hot and trendy” national universities, based on results of the Kaplan 2002 National Survey of
High School Guidance Counselors. Carolina was second behind Harvard University among top schools.
• Carolina was ranked 15th – the highest ranking for any major public research university –
in the 2003 “Black Enterprise-DayStar Top 50 Colleges and Universities for African
Americans” list. This ranking was based on responses to questions about which
schools were both a good academic and social fit for African-Americans.
• Carolina was first among the 100 best public colleges combining
great academics and affordable tuitions as ranked by Kiplinger’s
Personal Finance. Carolina has been first four consecutive times.
• Collegia, a Massachusetts-based consulting company, ranked the
most student-friendly metropolitan areas in three population categories. Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill ranked first in Tier II (population between 1 and 2.6 million).
• According to A&E Television, Chapel Hill ranks as
one of the ten cities in America that have it all.
• The Academic Support Program assists student-athletes in exploring their interests and abilities, enjoying a
broad educational experience, and reaching or exceeding
their academic goals.
• Located primarily in the Pope Academic Support
Center, the program opened its doors in 1986. It is
equipped with study facilities, a foreign language lab,
tutorial rooms, a computer lab, a 128-seat auditorium,
counselors’ offices, and state-of-the-art video and computer equipment. At the center, students meet with staff
to discuss course selection, major and career exploration, academic progress and academic eligibility.
• The Academic Support Program serves approximately
800 student-athletes. The Academic Support Center is
open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the week and from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays. Visitors are welcome to tour
the facility during afternoon hours.
• The Academic Support Program helps freshmen make
the transition from high school to college. In addition to
attending study hall for two hours each weeknight, freshmen participate in several valuable programs. ACT
(Athletes Coming Together) is a student-athlete mentoring program in which freshmen receive guidance from
older athletes. FASP (Freshman Academic Success
Program) teaches freshmen skills like time-management
utilizing resources throughout the campus.
• Tar Heel men’s soccer players have been named to the
ACC Academic Honor Roll 24 times over the last three
years.
• Matt Crawford (pictured left with head coach Elmar
Bolowich) was the male recipient of the 2002-03
Patterson Medal, awarded annually to Carolina’s top
senior student-athletes. Danny Jackson claimed the
award for 2001-02, givign the men’s soccer program
back-to-back winners.
• In 2003, the Carolina athletic
department was ranked the best
in the ACC and No. 5 in the
country by Sports Illustrated.
Michael Jordan
Eddie Pope
Mia Hamm
• UNC finished seventh nationally in 2004 in the annual
Directors Cup, a sport-by-sport competition sponsored by
NACDA. Carolina has been No. 1 among all ACC schools
10 times in the 11-year history of the competition.
Rasheed Wallace
Dean Smith
Marion Jones
2003 STATISTICS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
RECORD: 12-4-4, 2-3-1 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
NCAA TOURNAMENT SECOND ROUND
PLAYER
Marcus Storey
Jamie Watson
Corey Ashe
Tim Merritt
Ray Fumo
Wes Shull
Michael Harrington
Sean McGinty
Andrew Rhea
Ted Odgers
Ty Allison
David Boole
Dixon Soffe
Justin Sorsabal
Justin Hughes
Grant Porter
Blake Beach
Michael Fortier
Ford Williams
2003 SEASON
GP-GS G A Pts
19-19 6 3 15
20-18 5 5 15
14-6
4 2 10
20-20 4 1 9
20-20 2 3 7
18-18 2 2 6
20-20 1 2 4
20-20 1 1 3
20-20 1 0 2
16-11 1 0 2
17-3
0 2 2
14-3
0 0 0
11-0
0 0 0
8-2
0 0 0
9-9
0 0 0
20-20 0 0 0
3-0
0 0 0
1-0
0 0 0
11-11 0 0 0
Sh
48
57
18
18
13
28
30
4
26
4
13
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
Carolina ...............
Opponents ...........
20
20
268 .101
188 .085
27 21 75
16 19 51
Sh%
.125
.088
.222
.222
.154
.071
.033
.250
.038
.250
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
GW
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PK-ATT
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
12
4
2-3
0-0
CAREER
GP-GS G
66-56 23
20-18 5
14-6
4
55-43 7
61-46 3
18-18 2
20-20 1
86-53 7
20-20 1
16-11
1
21-3
0
14-3
0
24-4
1
8-2
0
9-9
0
77-66 1
3-0
0
1-0
0
29-28 0
A
15
5
2
7
10
2
2
12
0
0
2
0
2
0
0
5
0
0
0
Pts
61
15
10
21
16
6
4
26
2
2
2
0
5
0
0
7
0
0
0
Sh
129
57
18
51
35
28
30
63
26
4
13
5
13
1
0
11
0
0
0
Sh%
.178
.088
.222
.137
.086
.071
.033
.111
.038
.250
.000
.000
.077
.000
.000
.091
.000
.000
.000
GW
5
2
2
3
1
1
1
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PK-ATT
0-0
1-1
0-0
1-1
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Corner Kicks: Carolina 112; Opponents 79
Fouls: Carolina 279; Opponents 345
Yellow Cards: Carolina 19; Opponents 41
Red Cards: Carolina 1; Opponents 2
GOALTENDING STATISTICS
2003 SEASON AND CAREER STATISTICS
PLAYER
GP-GS Minutes GA
Justin Hughes
9-9
867:44
6
Career totals
9-9
867:44
6
Ford Williams
11-11
1053:37
10
Career totals
29-28
2653:33
26
Avg
0.62
0.62
0.85
0.89
Svs
34
34
30
76
Pct.
.850
.850
.750
.745
W
5
5
7
18
Carolina ..............
Opponents .........
0.75
1.26
65
99
.802
.786
12 4 4
4
12 4
20
20
1921:21
1921:21
16
27
L
2
2
2
8
T
2
2
2
3
Sh
ho
5
5
5
10
10
6
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Karen Jonas
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
DATE
OPPONENT
8/20
No. 10 Connecticut
8/29
9/5
9/7
9/12
9/14
9/21
9/24
No. 5 St. John’s
SCORE
RECORD
SITE
W 3-0
2-0-0
N-Winston-Salem, N.C.
3413
A-Burlington, Vt.
1324
H-Chapel Hill
1374
W 2-1 OT
New Hampshire
1-0-0
W 3-0
Vermont
3-0-0
T 1-1 OT2
Michigan
No. 24 VCU
4-0-1
W 2-1 OT
*No. 17 Virginia
N-Burlington, Vt.
3-0-1
W 1-0
ATTENDANCE
N-Winston-Salem, N.C.
H-Chapel Hill
5-0-1
L 1-0
5-1-1
A-Charlottesville, Va.
W 1-0
7-1-1
H-Chapel Hill
W 1-0
8-1-2
H-Chapel Hill
W 3-2 OT2
George Mason
T 0-0 OT2
10/10
Mercer
W 5-0
9-1-2
N-Greensboro, N.C.
10/19
*NC State
T 1-1 OT2
10-1-3
A-Raleigh, N.C.
10/1
10/5
10/12
10/22
10/25
11/1
11/8
11/12
11/26
Harvard
*No. 1 Maryland
Kentucky
6-1-1
W 2-1
Davidson
*Wake Forest
L 4-0
South Carolina
W 1-0
*Clemson
NC State (ACC)
190
356
2500
A-Winston-Salem, N.C.
11-3-3
12-3-3
12-4-4
2353
3868
H-Chapel Hill
2642
N-Cary, N.C.
2117
A-Columbia, S.C.
12-3-4
No. 12 Coastal Carolina (NCAA) L 3-0
904
3086
A-Davidson, N.C.
11-2-3
T 0-0 OT3#
984
N-Greensboro, N.C.
11-1-3
L 1-0
3189
A-Fairfax, Va.
10-1-2
W 1-0
2249
H-Chapel Hill
7-1-2
915
2136
*Duke
9/28
3232
606
H-Chapel Hill
WINNING GOAL
Jamie Watson
Marcus Storey
Sean McGinty
Tim Merritt
Marcus Storey
Wes Shull
Jamie Watson
Corey Ashe
Michael Harrington
Ray Fumo
Tim Merritt
Corey Ashe
872
* - ACC Game
# - NC State advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3
RECORD
W
ACC
2
All Games
Home
Away
Neutral
Ahead at the Half
Behind at the Half
Tied at the Half
Overtime Games
L
T
PCT.
ATTENDANCE #
3
1
0.417
Away
2
3
0.500
12
4
5
2
2
5
6
0
6
3
0
0
4
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
4
4
0.700
0.714
Home
7
Neutral
6
7
Total
0.917
Opponents
2040
10223
1704
38310
1.000
0.000
0.800
0.714
1
11
6
2
13
10
1OT
2
0
2OT
1
0
AVERAGE
14283
13804
20
SCORING BY PERIOD
Carolina
TOTAL
TOTALS
27
16
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1972
1916
2003 RESULTS
RECORD: 12-4-4, 2-3-1 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
NCAA TOURNAMENT SECOND ROUND
2003 SEASON REVIEW
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Junior Marcus Storey (right) and freshman
Jamie Watson (far right) shared the UNC
scoring lead in 2003. Story was first-team
All-ACC, while Watson was the league’s
freshman of the year.
2003 CAROLINA HONOR ROLL
All-ACC
First-team
Second-team
Second-team
Marcus Storey
Tim Merritt
Jamie Watson
ACC Freshman of the Year
Jamie Watson
ACC All-Freshman Team
Corey Ashe
Michael Harrington
Jamie Watson
ACC Player of the Week
Sept. 1
Marcus Storey
Oct. 6
Tim Merritt
College Soccer News
National Team of the Week
Sept. 1
Marcus Storey
Soccer America Team of the
Week
Week 1
Marcus Storey
Week 3
Andrew Rhea
Week 6
Sean McGinty
Wake Forest adidas Classic AllTournament Team
Justin Hughes
Sean McGinty
Marcus Storey
Jamie Watson
Vermont Smith Barney Soccer
Classic Offensive MVP
Marcus Storey
Vermont Smith Barney Soccer
Classic All-Tournament Team
Grant Porter
Marcus Storey
Ford Williams
Nike Carolina Classic
All-Tournament Team
Michael Harrington
Grant Porter
Marcus Storey
Ford Williams
TAR HEELS MAKE FIFTH STRAIGHT
NCAA TOURNEY TRIP
For the first time in school history, North
Carolina made its fifth consecutive trip to the
NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels earned the
No. 4 national seed in the tourney, received a
first-round bye, but lost at home to Coastal
Carolina, 3-0, in the second round. The tournament appearance was the 12th in Tar Heel history
and the ninth under head coach Elmar Bolowich,
who is 11-8 in the NCAA tournament play and
guided UNC to the 2001 national title. Carolina
has now played at least one postseason match at
home in each of the last four seasons.
HEELS FACE TOUGH SCHEDULE
Carolina played an extremely tough schedule in
2003 and was rewarded for its success with the
No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Tar
Heels played 13 of their 20 matches against teams
that made the field of 48 and posted a 7-4-2
record. UNC also posted four victories over
teams seeded in the top 16 (No. 2 Maryland, No.
6 St. John’s, No. 9 VCU and No. 12 Michigan)
and defeated two teams that advanced to the 2003
College Cup in Maryland and St. John’s.
SOCCER U.
With the Tar Heel men seeded fourth and the
women earning the No. 1 seed, North Carolina
was just one of three schools in the country to
have both its men’s and women’s teams among
the top five seeds in their respective tournaments.
Joining the Tar Heels in this exclusive group was
UCLA, the men’s top seed and the fourth in the
women’s tournament, and Notre Dame, seeded
No. 2 for the women and fifth in the men’s field.
WATSON, STOREY TOP ACC POSTSEASON HONORS LIST
In addition to earning second-team all-conference and all-freshman honors, freshman forward
Jamie Watson was named the Atlantic Coast
Conference Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year.
Additionally, junior forward Marcus Storey
garnered first-team All-ACC honors, while junior
defender Tim Merritt joined Watson on the second
team.
In addition to Watson, rookie forward Corey
Ashe and midfielder Michael Harrington also
earned spots on the league’s all-freshman squad.
A native of Coppell, Texas, Watson is the Tar
Heels’ fifth ACC Rookie of the Year and first
since Storey earned the honor in 2001. He tied for
the team lead with 15 points, leads the squad with
five assists and is second with five goals. Watson
is also the only rookie to earn a spot on both the
all-conference and all-freshmen squads.
Tied for the Tar Heels’ scoring lead with
Watson, Storey earned all-conference honors for
the first time in his career. The 2001 ACC Rookie
of the Year, Storey led the team with six goals on
the season. He got off to a quick start in 2003 with
four goals in the first three matches of the season,
including two in a 3-0 win over then-No. 10
Connecticut. Storey was named ACC Player of
the Week on Sept. 1 and also brought home
national team of the week honors from College
Soccer News and Soccer America that same week.
Merritt is also a first-time all-conference selection after earning second-team honors. In addition
to anchoring a defense that ranked second in the
league and 17th nationally with a 0.75 goals
against average, Merritt was fourth on the team
with nine points (four goals, one assist) this season. He earned ACC Player of the Week honors
Oct. 6 after leading the UNC defense in a 1-0 win
over then-top-ranked Maryland.
FETZER’S FRIENDLY CONFINES
With a 5-2 record at home this season, the Tar
Heels improved their all-time record at Fetzer
Field to 307-94-23. Over the last four seasons,
Carolina seniors Sean McGinty, Grant Porter and
Jay Batt posted a 37-5-1 record at home. Carolina
played just seven matches at home in 2003, which
marks the fewest home tilts since Carolina played
just seven times at home in 1996.
WINNING WITH DEFENSE
A staple on the 2003 Tar Heel squad was the
play of its veteran defenders. Senior co-captains
Sean McGinty and Grant Porter, as well as juniors
Tim Merritt and Ray Fumo, were stellar when it
came to keeping the opposition off the scoreboard.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
SHARING THE WEALTH
In Carolina’s 12 wins last season, nine different players
scored game-winning goals. Freshmen Corey Ashe and
Jamie Watson, as well as junior Tim Merritt each
owned a pair of game-winners to lead the way. Ashe
scored in 1-0 wins over Maryland and South Carolina.
Watson provided the difference against St. John’s and
Harvard, while Merritt lifted UNC to 1-0 wins over
Michigan and Davidson. Junior Marcus Storey, junior
Ray Fumo, freshman Wes Shull, freshman Michael
Harrington, senior Sean McGinty and junior Andrew
Rhea also tallied game-winning scores.
WORKING OVERTIME
In 20 matches in 2003, Carolina played seven overtime
contests, posting a 3-0-4 record. The Tar Heels went to
double overtime on four occasions with a 1-0-3 mark,
and UNC lost in penalty kicks versus NC State in the
first round of the ACC Tournament. Success in overtime has been a constant in Chapel Hill over the last
four seasons, as seniors Sean McGinty, Grant Porter
and Jay Batt owned a 9-1-5 mark in extra time. The
seven overtime games are the most for the Tar Heels
since 1992 team also played seven OT matches. The
school record for overtime contests is 10 in 1979.
Carolina has also excelled in close contests, posting a
10-2 mark in one-goal matches.
MERRITT MERITS ATTENTION
Junior defender Tim Merritt made quite an impact last
season from the Tar Heel backline. After switching to
defense prior to the 2002 season, the Gig Harbor,
Wash., native has been an impact player on both sides
of the ball. Offensively, Merritt ranked fourth on the
team with nine points (4 goals, 1 assist) and tied for the
team lead with two game-winning goals. He also
anchored a defense that ranked second in the ACC with
a 0.75 goals against average. Merritt was a secondteam All-ACC selection.
squad, the 2003 edition of the Tar Heels ranked as one 2003 UNC BOX SCORES
of the youngest teams in the history of the program.
Twelve freshmen were on the UNC roster, and head No. 19 UNC 2, No. 5 St. John’s 1 (OT),
Aug. 29, Winston-Salem, N.C.
coach Elmar Bolowich brought in a pair of junior
Wake Forest adidas Classic
transfers to help offset the losses from last season Justin Sorsabal (Fresno State) and Andrew Rhea Scoring: 1. UNC - Marcus Storey
(Cloud County CC). In all there were 14 new faces on (Michael Harrington), 26:13; 2. SJU Sebastian Ralph (Chris Corcoran, Matt
UNC’s 24-man roster. Eight of Carolina’s 12 rookies Groenwald), 36:43; 3. UNC - Jamie
played with Raleigh’s CASL Elite club team, while Watson (Storey), 97:44
three were members of the U.S. Under-17 National Scoring By Periods:
Team: Corey Ashe, Michael Harrington and Jamie UNC
1
0
1 -- 2
1
0
0 -- 1
Watson, all of which earned a spot on the 2003 All- SJU
ACC Freshman team. Seven different Tar Heel fresh- Shots: UNC 7, SJU 13; Goalie Saves:
man started at least three games this season, with Justin Hughes (UNC) 6, Bill Gaudette
(SJU) 1; UNC Starters: Hughes, Storey,
Harrrrington starting all 20 matches.
STOREY TIME
With the Tar Heels’ top three scorers gone from 2002,
junior Marcus Storey was depended on to find the back
of the net and he delivered. A first-team All-ACC
selection and the 2001 ACC Rookie of the Year, Storey
scored six goals to top the team. Storey also tied with
Jamie Watson for the team scoring lead with 15 points.
Storey scored three goals in the season-opening Wake
Forest adidas Classic and earned ACC Player of the
Week honors following that performance. He has also
been named to the all-tournament team at three different events this season: the Wake Forest adidas Classic,
the Smith Barney Vermont Soccer Classic and the Nike
Carolina Classic.
Senior Sean McGinty and Justin Hughes celebrate
the Tar Heels’ win over No. 1 Maryland on Oct. 5.
GOALKEEPING TANDEM
Head coach Elmar Bolowich had a talented young
goalkeeping tandem in sophomore Ford Williams and
freshman Justin Hughes last season. This luxury wasespecially important this season, as Williams left for
the Under-20 World Cup Nov. 22, the same weekend
that the NCAA Tournament opened. While Williams
had a 0.85 goals against average in 11 starts, Hughes
was solid in his nine starts, posting a 0.62 GAA and
making five shutouts. Hughes made two of his starts
during the season’s opening weekend against top-10
squads St. John’s and Connecticut while Williams on a
trip to Spain with the U-20 squad.
SOMOANO HONORED AS A
TOP ASSISTANT
Second-year assistant coach Carlos Somoano was honored as one of the 20 Top Assistant Coaches of 2003 by
College Soccer News, which “annually recognizes
assistant coaches coast to coast throughout the country
who are excelling at their work.”
YOUTH MOVEMENT
With only nine letterwinners returning from the 2002
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 31 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
Sorsabal, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Shull, Rhea, Boole, McGinty, Porter;
UNC Subs: Allison, Watson, Soffe,
Odgers.
No. 19 UNC 3, No. 10 Connecticut 0,
Aug. 30, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wake Forest adidas Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Marcus Storey (Ty
Allison), 33:11; 2. UNC - Jamie Watson
(Penalty Kick), 37:50; 3. UNC - Storey
(Allison, Watson), 84:46
Scoring By Periods:
UConn
0
0 -- 0
UNC
2
1 -- 3
Shots: UConn 9, UNC 8; Goalie Saves:
Adam Schuerman (UConn) 1, Justin
Hughes (UNC) 3; UNC Starters: Hughes,
Storey, Sorsabal, Harrington, Merritt,
Fumo, Shull, Rhea, Boole, McGinty,
Porter; UNC Subs: Allison, Watson,
Soffe, Odgers.
No. 8 UNC 3, New Hampshire 0,
Sept. 5, Burlington, Vt.
Vemont Smith Barney Soccer Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Sean McGinty (Tim
Merritt, Ray Fumo), 1:58; 2. UNC Marcus Storey (Unassisted), 23:15; 3.
UNC - Ted Odgers (Unassisted), 58:25
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
2
1 -- 3
UNH
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 19, UNH 11; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 4; Brian Levey
(UNH) 3; UNC Starters: Williams,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt,
Fumo, Shull, Rhea, McGinty, Porter,
Odgers. UNC Subs: Beach, Allison,
Sorsabal, Ashe, Boole, Soffe.
No. 8 UNC 1, Vermont 1 (2 OT), Sept. 7
Burlington, Vt.
Vemont Smith Barney Soccer Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Corey Ashe (Jamie
Watson), 46:36; 2. UVM - Matt Chavez
(Tony Anderson), 85:13
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
0
1
0
0 -- 1
UVM
0
1
0
0 -- 1
Shots: UNC 15, UVM 12; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 4; David Sullivan
(UVM) 7; UNC Starters: Williams,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt,
Fumo, Shull, Rhea, McGinty, Porter,
Odgers. UNC Subs: Ashe, Boole.
2003 SEASON REVIEW
With a 0.75 team goals against average, Carolina
ranked second in the ACC and 17th nationally. UNC
posted 10 shutouts in 20 matches this season, and
ranked ninth in the country in shutout percentage
(0.50). The Tar Heels had a stretch of seven games
from Sept. 28-Oct. 22 in which they allowed just two
goals.
2003 BOX SCORES
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
No. 5 UNC 1, Michigan 0,
Sept. 12, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Nike Carolina Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Tim Merritt (Ray Fumo),
85:58
Scoring By Periods:
UM
0
0 -- 0
UNC
0
1 -- 1
Shots: UNC 22, UM 4; Goalie Saves: Ford
Williams (UNC) 2; Peter Dzubay (UM) 9;
UNC Starters: Williams, Watson, Storey,
Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull, Rhea,
McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Allison, Ashe, Boole.
No. 5 UNC 2, No. 24 VCU 1 (OT),
Sept. 14, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Nike Carolina Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Marcus Storey (Corey
Ashe), 30:37; 2. VCU - Cristian Neagu
(Stephen Shirley), 46:48; 3. UNC - Andrew
Rhea (Unassisted), 95:30
Scoring By Periods:
VCU
0
1
0 -- 1
UNC
1
0
1 -- 2
Shots: UNC 12, VCU 6; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 3; Saul Montero
(VCU) 3; UNC Starters: Williams, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Allison, Ashe, Boole, Soffe.
No. 17 Virginia 1, No. 4 UNC 0,
Sept. 21, Charlottesville, Va.
Scoring: 1. UVA - Mike Littlefield (Joe
Vide), 43:04
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
0
0 -- 0
UVA
1
0 -- 1
Shots: UNC 10, UVA 11; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 4; Ryan Best (UVA)
3; UNC Starters: Williams, Watson, Storey,
Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull, Rhea,
McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Allison, Ashe.
No. 8 UNC 3, Duke 2 (2 OT),
Sept. 24, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Scoring: 1. UNC - Tim Merritt (Sean
McGinty, Wes Shull), 14:20; 2. DU - Chris
Loftus (Danny Kramer), 21:37; 3. Ray
Fumo (Unassisted), 36:29; 4. DU - Joe
Kelly (Owicho Adogwa); 5. UNC - Wes
Shull (Unassisted), 108:07
Scoring By Periods:
DU
1
1
0
0 -- 2
UNC
2
0
0
1 -- 3
Shots: UNC 17, DU 12; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 3; Justin Trowbridge
(DU) 5; UNC Starters: Williams, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Ashe, Boole, Sorsabal.
No. 8 UNC 1, Harvard 0,
Sept. 28, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Scoring: 1. UNC - Jamie Watson (Michael
Harrington, Corey Ashe), 75:59
Scoring By Periods:
HARV
0
0 -- 0
UNC
0
1 -- 1
Shots: UNC 17, HARV 3; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 0; Ryan Johnson
(HARV) 3; UNC Starters: Williams,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Shull, Rhea, McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC
Subs: Allison, Ashe, Boole.
No. 5 UNC 0, George Mason 0 (2 OT),
Sept. 30, Fairfax, Va.
Scoring: None
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
0
0
0
0 -- 0
GMU
0
0
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 8, GMU 9; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 4; John O’Hara
(GMU) 2; UNC Starters: Hughes, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, Ashe, McGinty, Porter. UNC Subs:
Boole, Sorsabal.
No. 5 UNC 1, No. 1 Maryland 0,
Oct. 5, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Scoring: 1. UNC - Corey Ashe (Marcus
Storey, Jamie Watson), 68:50
Scoring By Periods:
UM
0
0 -- 0
UNC
0
1 -- 1
Shots: UNC 11, UM 17; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 2; Noah Palmer
(MD) 7; UNC Starters: Hughes, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, Ashe, McGinty, Porter. UNC Subs:
Allison.
No. 3 UNC 5, Mercer 0,
Oct. 10, Greensboro, N.C.
adidas/Spartan Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Michael Harrington
(Unassisted), 11:56; 2. UNC - Jamie
Watson (Marcus Storey), 55:47; 3. UNC Marcus Storey (Jamie Watson), 73:19; 4.
UNC - Wes Shull (Jamie Watson), 73:39;
5. UNC - Corey Ashe (Unassisted), 89:55.
Scoring By Periods:
Mercer
0
0 -- 0
UNC
1
4 -- 5
Shots: UNC 19, Mercer 3; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 3; Jonathan Riley
(Mercer) 9; UNC Starters: Williams,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Shull, Rhea, Ashe, McGinty, Porter. UNC
Subs: Allison, Beach, Boole, Soffe,
Sorsabal.
No. 3 UNC 2, Kentucky 1,
Oct. 12, Greensboro, N.C.
adidas/Spartan Classic
Scoring: 1. UNC - Tim Merritt (Unassisted),
58:45; 2. UK - Olli Lehtimaki (Jamal
Shteiwi), 61:42; 3. UNC - Ray Fumo
(Penalty Kick), 74:03
Scoring By Periods:
UK
0
1 -- 1
UNC
0
2 -- 2
Shots: UNC 14, UK 6; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 3; Andy
Gruenebaum (UK) 4; UNC Starters:
Hughes, Watson, Storey, Harrington,
Merritt, Fumo, Shull, Rhea, Ashe, McGinty,
Porter. UNC Subs: Allison.
No. 3 UNC 1, NC State 1,
Oct. 19, Raleigh, N.C.
Scoring: 1. NCSU - Chris Gannon
(Federico Peria), 57:14; 2. UNC - Jamie
Watson (Unassisted), 69:50
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
0
1
0
0 -- 1
NCSU
0
1
0
0 -- 1
Shots: UNC 24, NCSU 11; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 2; Jorge Gonzalez
(NCSU) 5; UNC Starters: Williams,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Shull, Rhea, Boole, McGinty, Porter. UNC
Subs: Allison, Odgers, Soffe.
Senior co-captain Grant Porter was an integral part of
Carolina’s outstanding defense in 2003.
No. 3 UNC 1, Davidson 0,
Oct. 22, Davidson, N.C.
Scoring: 1. UNC - Tim Merritt (Ray Fumo),
27:25
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
1
0 -- 1
DC
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 11, DC 10; Goalie Saves: Ford
Williams (UNC) 3; Bart Creasman (DC) 6;
UNC Starters: Williams, Allison, Watson,
Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull, Rhea,
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McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Sorsabal, Soffe.
No. 5 Wake Forest 4, No. 3 UNC 0,
Oct. 25, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Scoring: 1. WFU - Tomy Szczpiorski
(Steven Corfman), 15:55; 2. WFU Jeremiah White (Vincente Bastidas),
68:02; 3. WFU - Jeremiah White (Scott
Sealy, Vincente Bastidas); 4. WFU - Mark
Ellington (Tomy Szczpiorski, James Riley)
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
0
0 -- 0
WFU
1
3 -- 4
Shots: UNC 7, WFU 10; Goalie Saves:
Ford Williams (UNC) 2; Williams Hesmer
(WFU) 2; UNC Starters: Williams, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Fortier, Beach, Allison, Boole, Soffe.
Clemson 1, No. 6 UNC 0,
Nov. 1, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Scoring: 1. CU - Charlie Roberts (Brad
Gibson), 37:04
Scoring By Periods:
CU
1
0 -- 1
UNC
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 11, CU 6; Goalie Saves: Justin
Hughes (UNC) 1; Phil Marfuggi (CU) 4;
UNC Starters: Hughes, Watson, Storey,
Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull, Rhea,
McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Allison, Soffe.
No. 13 UNC 1, South Carolina 0,
Nov. 8, Columbia, S.C.
Scoring: 1. UNC - Corey Ashe (Wes Shull),
42:59
Scoring By Periods:
UNC
1
0 -- 1
USC
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 12, USC 13; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 4; Brad Guzan
(USC) 5; UNC Starters: Hughes, Watson,
Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo, Shull,
Rhea, McGinty, Porter, Odgers. UNC Subs:
Allison, Ashe.
NC State 0, No. 8 UNC 0,
Nov. 12, Cary, N.C.
ACC Tournament Quarterfinals
NC State advances on PKs, 4-3
Scoring: None
Scoring By Periods:
NCSU
0
0
0
0 -- 0
UNC
0
0
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 15, NCSU 10; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 6; Jorge Gonzalez
(NCSU) 7; UNC Starters: Hughes, Allison,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Rhea, Ashe, McGinty, Porter, UNC Subs:
Boole, Soffe, Odgers.
No. 12 Coastal Carolina 3, No.10 UNC 0
Nov. 26, Chapel Hill, N.C.
NCAA Tournament Second Round
Scoring: 1. CCU - Mubarike Chisoni (Itayi
Pondwa), 9:33; 2. CCU - Joseph Ngwenya
(Boyzzz Khumalo), 62:24; 3. CCU – Jordie
Hughes (Joseph Ngwenya), 81:22
Scoring By Periods:
CCU
1
2 -- 3
UNC
0
0 -- 0
Shots: UNC 12, CCU 12; Goalie Saves:
Justin Hughes (UNC) 5; Andrew Paxton
(CCU) 3; UNC Starters: Hughes, Allison,
Watson, Storey, Harrington, Merritt, Fumo,
Rhea, Ashe, McGinty, Porter, UNC Subs:
Beach, Sorsabal, Boole, Soffe, Odgers.
CAROLINA’S 2001 NCAA TITLE
By Brian Jackson
UNC Athletic Communications
Student Assistant
The 2001 North Carolina Tar Heels
notched the men’s first national title in
their first-ever appearance in a national
championship contest. After a thrilling,
late-game comeback win over Stanford to
reach the finals, the Tar Heels faced and
defeated five-time champion Indiana, who
entered the tournament having given up
just six goals all season. In addition, the
Hoosiers had knocked UNC out in the
quarterfinals the year before in Chapel
Hill.
The Tar Heels used an early goal 12
minutes in off a header by junior Ryan
Kneipper to establish an early 1-0 lead and
set the tone for the game. Kneipper beat an
Indiana defender and goalkeeper Colin
Rogers to a long cross from Matt
Crawford and headed a shot from six yards
out just inside the right post.
The Tar Heels then turned to their
defense, led by senior captains Danny
Jackson and Chris Leitch, senior goalkeeper Michael Ueltschey and sophomore
David Stokes, who was assigned to
Indiana all-everything player Pat Noonan
for most of the game. The Hoosiers put
pressure on the Heels, but could not find a
way to even the score against the stalwart
Carolina defense.
At the 75 minute mark freshman Marcus
Storey was fouled in the box, leading to a
penalty kick by Jackson into the top left of
the net, giving Carolina a 2-0 lead. The
score would hold up as Carolina claimed
its first ever national title.
Carolina’s chances of even reaching the
finals looked bleak with less than 10 minutes on the clock in its NCAA semifinal
versus Stanford. Carolina trailed 2-0 at the
time, when forward David Testo bent a
left-footed shot from 25 yards out just
inside the far post to breathe life back into
the Tar Heel attack. Less than two minutes
later the Tar Heels found the back of the
net again, as Matt Crawford knocked in a
rebound to tie the score at two with around
eight minutes remaining.
The two teams would go at it for the
final eight minutes of regulation and
through four overtime periods until
Carolina finally broke the deadlock when
Mike Gell took a long pass from UNC
keeper Michael Ueltschey and chipped a
shot over onrushing goalkeeper Andrew
Terris in the 136th minute. The goal gave
Carolina the 3-2 victory and a place in the
title game.
Drama was no stranger to the Heels in
the 2001 NCAA tournament. Carolina
needed and received overtime goals to
defeat both American and Farleigh
Dickinson along their march to the championship. For the season Carolina finished
with a school-record 21 wins against only
four defeats.
Head Coach Elmar Bolowich and the Tar Heels with the 2001 national championship trophy.
Noz Yamauchi and Chris Leitch present
President George W. Bush with a Tar Heel
jersey.
Ring photo by Jeffrey A.
Camarati. Title game photos
by Michael Stalschmidt.
Danny Jackson sealed the win over Indiana in the national title match with this PK goal.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
A HISTORY OF TAR HEEL SOCCER
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
In 1966, Carolina won the first of its three Atlantic
Coast Conference men’s soccer championships, sharing
the championship with Maryland as both teams posted 31 records. Two years later, in 1968, North Carolina
earned the first of its 12 bids to the NCAA Tournament,
losing its first-round match to Michigan State 5-0 in
Chapel Hill. The Spartans went on that year to share the
NCAA championship with Maryland.
DORRANCE TAKES OVER
Prior to Allen’s last season at the helm of the Tar Heel
program in 1976, Dorrance was named designated head
men’s soccer coach at the University, assisting Allen during his last year before taking over the head duties in
1977. It was a wise choice by Tar Heel Athletic Director
Bill Cobey.
Under the direction of both Dorrance and Bolowich,
The 1947 Carolina soccer team, seen here at Fetzer Field, was the first varsity squad the Tar Heels have established themselves as a force to be
in program history. Marvin Allen led the Tar Heels to a 6-3 record that season.
heard from in the Atlantic Coast Conference and on the
national soccer scene. In addition, competing in the
The University of North Carolina men’s soccer program has written a
Atlantic Coast Conference, the nation’s toughest top-to-bottom collegiate
long and successful story for itself and enters the 2004 campaign having
soccer league, has helped give the Tar Heel program a high visibility.
had just one losing season in the last 45 years.
Dorrance had some outstanding teams in his early years at Carolina.
With 12 trips to the NCAA Tournament and the 2001 national champiHis 1977, 1978 and 1979 teams all finished second in the ACC while
onship in hand, the soccer program at Carolina has established itself as
posting overall records of 14-3-1, 12-3-4 and 16-3-5, respectively. The
one of the finest in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the nation.
1981 team finished 15-6 overall and scored a shocking 1-0 overtime upset
Elmar Bolowich became just the fourth head coach in school history in
victory over Clemson in Chapel Hill, the first win for Carolina over the
1989 and has extended the rich history of Tar Heel men’s soccer over the
Tigers in 12 years. Freshman Kenny
past 15 seasons.
West scored an overtime goal for
Carolina that day at Fetzer Field
TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE BEGINS WITH ALLEN
which gave UNC its first win
Bolowich took over after 12 successful seasons spearheaded by the
over I.M. Ibrahim’s powercoaching of Anson Dorrance, a former star player for the Tar Heels, who
house team since 1969.
continues to direct the Carolina women’s program to what is now legIn 1983, the Tar Heels finished
endary success each fall. Dorrance’s men’s teams went 172-65-21 from
the season with a brilliant 16-3-2
1977 through 1988, a winning percentage of .708, the best of any coach
record but were snubbed by the
in Carolina men’s soccer history. He retired from men’s coaching just two
NCAA selection committee when it
victories shy of becoming the University’s all-time leader in coaching
passed out post-season bids. That
victories in the sport.
slight even occurred after
Dorrance’s mentor in the sport, Dr. Marvin Allen, was the guiding
Carolina upset No. 1-ranked
force behind the founding of the soccer program at Carolina and its head
and undefeated Duke 2-1
coach for 28 seasons spanning four decades.
in overtime in the final
Dr. Allen, who also taught in the physical education department at
match of the regular
Carolina, scored the first goal for Carolina’s club soccer team when it was
season before a large
founded in the 1930s. In 1947, the University elevated the sport of men’s
crowd at Fetzer
soccer to varsity status and Allen, in a most natural decision, was named
Field. Mark Devey
the team’s first head coach. It was a decision by Athletic Director Bob
scored an unassistFetzer that bore fruit for years to come.
ed overtime goal to
Allen coached the Tar Heels for 28 seasons in the period from 1947
give the Tar Heels
until his retirement after the 1976 season. Allen missed the 1951 and
the win over the
1952 seasons when he was on active duty with the United States Armed
Blue Devils.
Forces in the Korean War and the team was coached on an interim basis
The
breakduring those two years by Alan Moore.
through year for the
In 28 campaigns, Allen’s teams combined for a record of 174-81-23, a
Tar Heels under
winning percentage of .667. Allen’s 1948 team won the Southern
Dorrance proved to
Conference title, the first of three league crowns won by UNC in its soccer history. Beginning in 1953, Carolina teams started competing in the The founder of the Carolina soccer program, Dr. Marvin Allen led Tar
Atlantic Coast Conference and compiled a record of 54-41-16 under Heel teams to a 174-81-23 record in his 28 seasons as head coach.
Allen’s leadership.
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C.W. Pack Sports
NSCAA (Coaches’ Poll)
1983
20th
1987
8th
1988
18th
1991
20th
1993
17th
2000
5th
2001
1st
2002
23rd
2003
18th
Billy Hartman helped lead the Tar Heels to 54 wins from 1981-84,
including a 16-3-2 record and a No. 19 national ranking in 1983.
be 1987. Led by All-America defender David Smyth, the Tar Heels
stunned the ACC by winning only their second conference title in history. The Tar Heels accomplished that feat by winning the championship of
the inaugural ACC Men’s Soccer Tournament, which was played that
year before capacity crowds at Duke University. UNC used that tournament championship as a springboard to future success and advanced all
the way to the NCAA Tournament Final Four, while recording 20 victories during the season.
Carolina had finished fourth that year in the ACC regular-season standings with a 3-3 record, but the Heels defeated fifth-seeded Clemson, 2-1,
in overtime and top-seeded Virginia, 3-0, in the first two rounds of the
ACC Tournament. Carolina then came back from a 3-1 second-half
deficit to knock off NC State, 4-3, in the finals of the tournament. Smyth
scored the tying goal for UNC with 4:37 left in regulation and then tournament most valuable player Derek Missimo, a freshman, scored the winning goal in overtime.
Advancing to NCAA Tournament play for only the second time in
school history, the 1987 team had to win three consecutive games on the
road to advance to the Final Four, blanking Duke, 2-0, edging South
Carolina, 2-1, on sudden death penalty kicks and beating Loyola (Md.),
1-0, on yet another Missimo goal. The Final Four was awarded to
Clemson by the NCAA committee. The Tigers defeated Carolina, 4-1, in
the semifinals and then going on to beat San Diego State for the national
championship.
Carolina suffered massive graduation losses off that 1987 team and,
despite a preseason No. 1 ranking, started the following season in a sluggish manner. After 11 matches, Carolina found itself with a disappointing
4-6-1 ledger. But the Tar Heels ran off a seven-match winning streak to
put themselves in contention for an NCAA Tournament bid. For the second straight year, UNC played well in the ACC Tournament, upsetting
host Clemson 2-1 in the first round. That marked Carolina’s first victory
at Clemson since 1968. UNC then avenged a controversial regular-season
loss at Duke by beating the Blue Devils 2-1 in the semifinals, a loss which
knocked Duke out of the NCAA Tournament. In the finals, the Tar Heels
jumped out on top of top-seeded Virginia in the first half, but the
Cavaliers rallied for a 2-1 victory to deny UNC a second straight conference crown.
The Heels did earn an NCAA invitation, however, as the No. 2 seed in
the South Region. Carolina traveled to Wake Forest in the first round and
A HISTORY OF TAR HEEL SOCCER
CAROLINA’S TOP-25
NATIONAL FINISHES
beat the Demon Deacons, 2-0, before losing at top-seeded South Carolina, 3-1, in
the South Region finals at Columbia, S.C.
BOLOWICH TAKES THE REINS
Dorrance resigned as men’s coach after
the 1988 season to concentrate on his
duties with the Carolina women’s team,
and Bolowich has taken the Tar Heels to
new heights since taking over as head
coach in ‘89. The 2001 national title
marked the summit of that climb to national prominence.
Soccer America
After missing the NCAA Tournament in
1983
19th
Bolowich’s first year as head coach, the
1987
6th
Tar Heels returned to tournament play in
1988
14th
1990
13th
1990 and 1991. Surviving a midseason
1991
14th
slump in 1990, Carolina claimed a tourna1993
14th
ment bid on the strength of regular season
1994
11th
victories over third-ranked South Carolina,
2000
1st
eighth-ranked Wake Forest and 10th2001
1st
ranked ACC champion and NCAA Final
2002
19th
Four participant NC State. The Heels
2003
14th
downed Wake Forest, 2-1, in the first
round of the NCAA Tournament under the lights at Fetzer Field before
losing at perennial nemesis Virginia, 3-1, in the second round.
Carolina, with a mark of 15-6-1, found itself in postseason play once
again in 1991. The Tar Heels played host to UNC Charlotte in the first
round and beat the 49ers 1-0 in overtime as sophomore forward Todd
Haskins scored in the 99th minute of play. The second-ranked Billikens
of St. Louis eliminated the Tar Heels in the round of 16 with a resounding 4-0 victory at St. Louis.
After a disappointing 1992 campaign, Carolina returned to the limelight in 1993, ranking as high as 12th in the final Soccer News poll. Led
by freshman sensation Temoc Suarez, the ACC Rookie of the Year, and
All-America defender Gregg Berhalter, UNC finished 13-7-2 and
advanced to the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth
time in six years.
Berhalter was especially amazing in an NCAA first round victory over
Duke as he scored twice and assisted on another in UNC’s 3-2 victory
over the Blue Devils at Fetzer Field.
The 1994 campaign proved to be another success as Carolina finished
13-7 and made the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in eight seasons.
Led by All-Americas Eddie Pope and Temoc Suarez as well as ACC
Rookie of the Year Carey Talley, Carolina’s season was highlighted by a
5-1 victory over national champion Virginia, only UNC’s second win
over the Cavaliers since 1980.
Injuries crippled the UNC team in 1995 but the Tar Heels still managed
an 11-8-1 record. Among other injured players, preseason first-team AllAmerica defender Eddie Pope was limited to just nine games.
Nevertheless, Carolina played one of the toughest schedules in the nation,
including eight games against top-15 foes, and reached the semifinals of
the ACC Tournament. Junior Temoc Suarez led the Tar Heels in scoring
and was named second-team All-ACC. Pope was named to the first-team
despite his limited action and sophomore Carey Talley was a second-team
all-conference choice.
The Tar Heels went 8-8-1 in 1996. Along the way, Carey Talley was
named first-team All-ACC and third-team All-America after leading the
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Tar Heels with nine goals. Temoc Suarez led UNC in scoring for the
fourth year in a row and was named second-team All-ACC.
Saddled with a young team and a lack of depth due to injury problems,
Carolina was 6-13 in 1997, its first losing season in 40 years. Senior
Carey Talley, one of 15 finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club Collegiate
Player of the Year award, was named first-team All-ACC and third-team
All-America for the second straight year.
The Tar Heels lost Talley to graduation and fielded one of the youngest
teams in the nation in 1998 but grew up quickly and posted an 11-6-2
record, nearly earning an NCAA Tournament bid. Freshman forward
Chris Carrieri was named the ACC Rookie of the Year and second-team
All-ACC after leading the team in goals and points. Michael Bucy was
named Academic All-America.
In 1999, Carolina brought back all 11 starters from the ‘98 campaign
and returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in five seasons
with a record of 12-7-1. Carrieri was named first-team All-ACC after finishing third in the conference in scoring, and defender Danny Jackson
was a second-team honoree. Bucy tied for the ACC lead in assists and
was named first-team Academic All-America.
The 2000 Tar Heels (21-3, 5-1 ACC) shared the ACC regular-season
championship, won the second ACC Tournament title in the program’s
history and reached the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the second
time in school annals. Along the way, Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the
nation for much of the season and won 15 games in a row, the longest
winning streak in school history. UNC’s No. 1 seeding in the tournament
was its highest ever in men’s soccer.
UNC won the ACC Tournament with a 1-0 win over Wake Forest in the
semifinals and a 1-0 overtime win over Virginia in the title game. The
ACC championship was UNC’s second ever and first since 1987.
After winning the 2001 national title, Bolowich guided the Tar Heels
back to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth and fifth consecutive seasons in 2002 and ‘03. Carolina posted a 14-7-1 overall record and secured
its third consecutive winning mark in conference play with a 3-2-1 mark
in 2002 before going 12-4-4 and claiming the tournament’s No. 4 overall
seed in ‘03. First-team all-conference choice
Marcus Storey and ACC Rookie of the Year
Jamie Watson shared the
scoring lead for the
Tar Heels.
2001
NATIONAL
CHAMPS
In 2001, Carolina won
the first national championship in program history,
going 21-4 overall. The Tar Heels
posted a school-record 14 shutouts
and won three straight overtime games
in the NCAA Tournament. The 21
wins equalled the school record set in
2000.
The Tar Heels led the ACC in scoring
offense and allowed just 19 goals in 25
games all season, outscoring their opposition 66-19 on the year. UNC went 4-2 in
the ACC for its first back-to-back winning
ACC records since 1979-80 and most
Two-time All-America sweeper Gregg Berhalter has gone on to play
professionally in Europe since leaving UNC. In 2002, he was a
member of the U.S. World Cup team along with former Carolina
teammate Eddie Pope.
ACC wins in a two-year period in school history. Carolina went a perfect
12-0 at home, including three NCAA Tournament wins.
Goalkeeper Michael Ueltschey set a school record with 12 shutouts on
the season, while as a team Carolina set a school record with 14 wins by
shutout. Ueltschey ended his brilliant career as UNC’s all-time leader
with 28.5 shutouts.
A RICH TRADITION OF TREMENDOUS PLAYERS
The recent success of Carolina in the sport of men’s soccer is certainly no aberration, however. The Tar Heels have had a quality program
since Marvin Allen coached that first team back in 1947.
Carolina has had 16 players land All-America honors in its soccer history, beginning with midfielder Frank Nelson in that initial season of
1947. Right wing Eddie Foy starred for interim coach Alan Moore in
1951 to win All-America honors and was one of three Tar Heel AllAmericas in the 1950s. After Allen returned from his military service in
Korea, he helped develop All-America left wing Pete Cothran in 1955
and midfielder Bill Blair in 1957.
The 1960s saw three All-America selections in Chapel Hill — back
Terry Henry in 1966, midfielder Louis Bush in 1967 and midfielder Mark
Packard in both 1968 and 1969.
Some of the other greats to play for the Tar Heels include Dave Boak,
who led the Tar Heels in scoring twice and paced the team to a Southern
Left: Three-time academic All-America Michael Bucy assisted on
both of Carolina’s goals in the 2000 ACC Tournament, helping the
Heels to the conference championship and earning All-ACC
Tournament honors in the process.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Bill Richards
A HISTORY OF TAR HEEL SOCCER
Michael Stahlschmidt
Conference championship in 1948; John Ghanim, who scored what was
then a school-record 16 goals in 1959, a mark which stood until Missimo
broke it with 20 tallies in 1989; Hugh Goodman, the school’s initial firstteam All-South selection in 1958; Jackie Writer, who scored a then school
career-record 26 goals from 1964-66 and went on to coach at Cornell
University; Tony Johnson, a striker who is tied for sixth on Carolina’s
career list with 32 goals; Mark Devey, another striker who is tied with
Johnson for sixth on Carolina’s career goal list with 32 and is sixth in
points with 91; Billy Hartman, a midfielder who is sixth on the career
charts at UNC in points with 88 and fourth in assists with 33; Dino
Megaloudis, a midfielder who is third all-time at UNC with 34 career
assists; Kevin Kane, who still holds several Carolina goalkeeping records
set in the late 1970s; and Watson Jennison, who in his four-year goalkeeping career which ended in 1992, established school records for goalkeeper minutes played, saves and consecutive shutouts.
Tony Quinn/SoccerPixUSA
Two-time first-team All-ACC choice Carey Talley also earned AllAmerica honors in 1996 and 1997.
Danny Jackson earned All-America honors in 2000 and ‘01. He
graduated from UNC in just three-and-a-half years. He was the winner of the 2001-02 Patterson Medal, awarded to UNC’s top senior
student-athlete.
Amongst other accolades, Smyth was a finalist for National Player of
the Year honors in 1987 and teammate Donald Cogsville earned firstteam All-ACC honors at two different positions — as a defender in 1987
and at forward in 1988.
Midfielder Chad Ashton graduated after the 1989 campaign after
becoming the University’s all-time assists leader with 43. Meanwhile,
Missimo, who played his senior year in 1990,
finished with a school-record 138 points and 56
goals.
All-America choices in the 1990s included
sweepers Gregg Berhalter and Eddie Pope,
offensive wizard Temoc Suarez, heady midfielder Carey Talley and forward Chris Carrieri.
Carrieri was a two-time All-America who in
2000 shattered school records for goals and
points in a season. He was the top overall pick in
the 2001 MLS draft. Defender Danny Jackson
also was named All-America in the 2000 and
‘01 seasons.
Carolina celebrates the 2001 NCAA championship, the program’s first national title.
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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Overall
Southern Conference
Year
Record
Pct.
Record
Goals For
1947
6-3-0
.667
1-1-0
25
1948
7-1-2
.750
3-0-1
22
1949
6-3-0
.667
5-1-0
19
1950
4-4-0
.500
3-3-0
14
1951
4-4-1
.500
3-2-1
17
1952
4-5-0
.444
2-4-0
11
Southern Conference Totals : 17-11-2 (.600)
Year
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
Totals
Overall
Record
3-4-1
3-4-1
4-2-2
4-3-0
2-3-2
8-2-0
10-1-0
8-3-0
8-4-0
7-2-0
5-3-2
5-2-2
8-3-0
7-2-1
10-2-0
8-3-0
6-4-0
5-2-3
6-4-1
6-3-1
8-2-1
4-3-4
7-4-0
9-5-0
14-3-1
12-3-4
16-3-5
17-4-1
15-6-0
11-7-4
16-3-2
12-7-1
12-8-1
13-7-1
20-5-0
14-9-1
9-9-1
13-7-0
15-6-1
9-7-4
13-7-2
13-7-0
11-8-1
8-8-1
6-13-0
11-6-2
12-7-1
21-3-0
21-4-0
14-7-1
12-4-4
542-258-63
Pct.
.437
.437
.625
.571
.429
.800
.909
.727
.667
.777
.600
.667
.727
.750
.833
.727
.600
.650
.591
.650
.773
.545
.636
.643
.806
.737
.771
.795
.714
.591
.810
.625
.595
.643
.800
.585
.500
.650
.705
.550
.636
.650
.575
.500
.316
.632
.625
.875
.840
.659
.700
.665
ACC
ACC Regular
Record
Season
0-3-1
4th
3-2-1
2nd
3-1-2
2nd
1-3-0
4th
0-2-2
Tied 4th
3-1-0
2nd
3-1-0
2nd
2-2-0
3rd
2-2-0
3rd
3-1-0
2nd
1-1-2
3rd
2-1-1
2nd
3-1-0
2nd
3-1-0
Co-Champ
4-1-0
2nd
3-2-0
2nd
3-2-0
Tied 3rd
2-1-2
Tied 2nd
2-2-1
Tied 3rd
2-2-1
3rd
2-2-1
3rd
1-2-2
4th
3-2-0
2nd
2-3-0
Tied 4th
4-1-0
2nd
3-1-1
2nd
3-1-1
Tied 2nd
3-2-1
4th
3-3-0
Tied 4th
0-4-2
Tied 6th
2-3-1
5th
3-3-0
4th
3-3-0
4th
1-4-1
6th
3-3-0
4th
3-3-0
3rd
1-4-1
Tied 5th
2-4-0
6th
3-3-0
4th
2-2-2
4th
2-2-2
4th
3-3-0
3rd
0-5-1
7th
2-3-1
Tied 5th
1-5-0
7th
3-3-0
Tied 4th
2-3-1
5th
5-1-0
Tied 1st
4-2-0
Tied 2nd
3-2-1
3rd
2-3-1
Tied 4th
119-117-33
.504
Goals
Against
14
10
9
15
29
20
Head
Coach
Marvin Allen
Marvin Allen
Marvin Allen
Marvin Allen
Alan Moore
Alan Moore
ACC Tourn. NCAA Tourn.
Finish
Finish
First Round
Champion
Semifinalist
Runner-up
Second Round
First Round
First Round Second Round
Semifinalist Second Round
Semifinalist
Semifinalist Second Round
First Round
First Round
Semifinalist
First Round
First Round
First Round
Semifinalist
First Round
Champion
Quarterfinalist
Semifinalist
Champion
First Round Second Round
First Round Second Round
Two ACC
One NCAA
Championships Championship
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Goals Goals
Head
For Against
Coach
18
26
Marvin Allen
9
19
Marvin Allen
15
9
Marvin Allen
18
13
Marvin Allen
20
19
Marvin Allen
39
14
Marvin Allen
43
15
Marvin Allen
34
14
Marvin Allen
28
22
Marvin Allen
35
19
Marvin Allen
26
18
Marvin Allen
27
20
Marvin Allen
38
10
Marvin Allen
41
9
Marvin Allen
45
16
Marvin Allen
31
15
Marvin Allen
23
12
Marvin Allen
37
12
Marvin Allen
33
19
Marvin Allen
24
17
Marvin Allen
39
12
Marvin Allen
14
14
Marvin Allen
26
16
Marvin Allen
36
18
Marvin Allen
54
19 Anson Dorrance
40
12 Anson Dorrance
61
24 Anson Dorrance
67
19 Anson Dorrance
67
25 Anson Dorrance
54
31 Anson Dorrance
72
26 Anson Dorrance
45
31 Anson Dorrance
36
29 Anson Dorrance
52
25 Anson Dorrance
69
24 Anson Dorrance
54
37 Anson Dorrance
45
36
Elmar Bolowich
49
27
Elmar Bolowich
31
17
Elmar Bolowich
43
28
Elmar Bolowich
66
36
Elmar Bolowich
57
32
Elmar Bolowich
40
33
Elmar Bolowich
33
33
Elmar Bolowich
29
38
Elmar Bolowich
39
37
Elmar Bolowich
52
25
Elmar Bolowich
73
18
Elmar Bolowich
66
19
Elmar Bolowich
56
23
Elmar Bolowich
27
16
Elmar Bolowich
2184
1193
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
at Roanoke
at Washington & Lee
at Duke
Penn State
at NC State
at Maryland
Duke
Total Goals
1948 (7-1-2, SC 3-0-1, SC Champions)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Navy
L
0-2
Loyola (Md.)
W
3-2
at High Point
T
3-3
OT
Virginia
W
3-0
at Washington & Lee W
2-0
at Roanoke
W
3-0
Duke
T
0-0
OT
High Point
W
2-1
at Duke
W
2-1
Washington & Lee
W
4-1
Total Goals
22-10
1950 (4-4-0, SC 3-3-0, SC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at NC State
W
6-0
Virginia
W
2-1
at Duke
L
0-3
Penn State
L
0-3
Duke
W
1-0
at Washington & Lee L
2-3
NC State
W
3-1
at Maryland
L
0-4
Total Goals
14-15
1951 (4-4-1, SC 3-2-1, SC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Alan Moore
NC State
W
4-2
at Virginia
W
2-1
Duke
W
3-2
Washington & Lee
W
5-4
at Duke
L
0-6
at Penn State
L
0-6
at Pennsylvania
L
1-5
at NC State
T
1-1
OT
Maryland
L
1-2
Total Goals
17-29
1952 (4-5-0, SC 2-4-0, SC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Alan Moore
NC State
L
0-1
Virginia
W
3-2
2-1
1-0
1-3
0-7
2-1
1-2
1-3
11-20
1953 (3-4-1, ACC 0-3-1, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Georgetown
W
5-1
at NC State
T
2-2
OT
at Virginia
W
3-2
Washington & Lee
W
4-1
Roanoke
L
1-3
Duke
L
2-5
NC State
L
0-4
Maryland
L
1-8
Total Goals
18-26
1947 (6-3-0, SC 1-1-0, SC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Loyola (Md.)
L
0-4
at Navy
L
1-2
High Point
W
3-0
Duke
W
7-3
at Virginia
W
1-0
Roanoke
W
7-0
at Duke
L
1-3
at High Point
W
3-2
Virginia
W
2-0
Total Goals
25-14
1949 (6-3-0, SC 5-1-0, SC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Navy
L
0-3
Washington & Lee
W
4-1
at NC State
W
3-1
at Virginia
W
1-0
at Penn State
L
2-3
NC State
W
6-0
at Duke
W
1-0
Duke
W
2-0
Maryland
L
0-1
Total Goals
19-9
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
1954 (3-4-1, ACC 3-2-1, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Maryland
L
1-4
at Washington & Lee L
0-4
at Roanoke
L
2-6
Duke
W
2-1
NC State
W
1-0
Virginia
T
1-1
OT
at Duke
W
2-0
at NC State
L
0-3
Total Goals
9-19
1955 (4-2-2, ACC 3-1-2, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
NC State
W
3-0
at Virginia
T
1-1
OT
Maryland
L
0-2
at Duke
W
1-0
at NC State
T
3-3
OT
Washington & Lee
W
3-0
Roanoke
L
2-3
Duke
W
2-0
Total Goals
15-9
1956 (4-3-0, ACC 1-3-0, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Lynchburg
W
5-0
at Washington & Lee W
4-1
Davidson
W
2-0
NC State
W
7-2
Virginia
L
0-3
at Duke
L
0-3
at Maryland
L
0-4
Total Goals
18-13
1957 (2-3-2, ACC 0-2-2, ACC Tied 4th
Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Roanoke
W
3-0
at Lynchburg
L
3-4
at Davidson
W
2-0
Maryland
L
2-4
at Virginia
T
4-4
OT
Duke
T
5-5
OT
at NC State
L
1-2
Total Goals
20-19
1958 (8-2-0, ACC 3-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Lynchburg
W
4-3
OT
Virginia
W
3-2
at Washington & Lee L
2-3
at Pfeiffer
W
3-1
Emory
W
15-1
Roanoke
W
3-1
NC State
W
2-0
Davidson
W
4-1
at Maryland
L
1-2
at Duke
Total Goals
W
2-0
39-14
1959 (10-1-0, ACC 3-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Davidson
W
4-0
Lynchburg
W
4-3
Washington & Lee
W
5-3
at Virginia
W
3-2
at Emory
W
7-0
Pfeiffer
W
8-0
at Davidson
W
1-0
Roanoke
W
2-0
at NC State
W
5-2
Maryland
L
2-4
Duke
W
2-1
Total Goals
43-15
1960 (8-3-0, ACC 2-2-0, ACC 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Roanoke
W
2-0
at Pfeiffer
W
4-1
VMI
W
7-1
Virginia
W
3-0
at Washington & Lee W
4-0
Belmont Abbey
W
5-0
Davidson
W
2-1
OT
at Lynchburg
L
0-1
NC State
W
5-1
at Maryland
L
0-5
at Duke
L
2-4
OT
Total Goals
34-14
1961 (8-4-0, ACC 2-2-0, ACC 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Roanoke
W
2-0
at Navy
L
1-5
Washington & Lee
W
4-1
West Chester
L
0-2
at NC State
W
5-3
at Davidson
W
2-0
Maryland
L
1-4
Pfeiffer
W
3-1
Lynchburg
W
2-1
at Belmont Abbey
W
4-1
Virginia
W
2-1
Duke
L
2-3
Total Goals
28-22
1962 (7-2-0, ACC 3-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Navy
L
0-4
Davidson
W
7-3
NC State
W
9-1
at Virginia
W
2-1
Pfeiffer
W
4-1
Belmont Abbey
W
6-1
at NC State
W
6-1
at Maryland
L
0-7
at Duke
W
1-0
Total Goals
35-19
1963 (5-3-2, ACC 1-1-2, ACC 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Navy
L
0-6
at Davidson
L
0-3
Washington (Mo.)
W
6-0
at NC State
W
3-1
Pfeiffer
W
4-2
at Virginia
T
2-2
OT
Belmont Abbey
W
6-0
Maryland
L
1-2
Emory
W
3-1
Duke
T
1-1
OT
Total Goals
26-18
1964 (5-2-2, ACC 2-1-1, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Virginia Tech
W
9-1
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
MARVIN ALLEN
UNC’s first coach,
Allen, won 174 games
in 28 seasons.
ALL-TIME RESULTS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Navy
Pfeiffer
NC State
Bridgeport
Belmont Abbey
Virginia
at Maryland
at Duke
Total Goals
L
W
W
T
W
W
L
T
Clemson
NC State
at Virginia
at Trenton State
at East Stroudsburg
Duke
Maryland
Total Goals
2-7
3-0
4-1
2-2
OT
3-1
2-1
1-6
1-1
OT
27-20
1965 (8-3-0, ACC 3-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Air Force
W
4-0
at East Carolina
W
13-1
American
W
3-0
at NC State
W
3-0
Pfeiffer
W
5-2
Belmont Abbey
W
3-1
at Virginia
W
2-0
Maryland
L
0-1
OT
at Navy
L
1-2
Trenton State
L
1-3
Duke
W
3-0
Total Goals
38-10
1966 (7-2-1, ACC 3-1-0, ACC Co-Champions)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Virginia Tech
W
2-1
at Navy
L
0-3
NC State
W
4-0
at Maryland
L
1-2
Virginia
W
4-0
Belmont Abbey
W
6-0
East Carolina
W
12-0
Springfield
T
1-1
OT
Pfeiffer
W
7-1
at Duke
W
4-1
Total Goals
41-9
1967 (10-2-0, ACC 4-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
St. Andrews Presbyterian W
6-1
Campbell
W
5-0
at East Carolina
W
4-0
at NC State
W
6-2
at Pfeiffer
W
4-0
Clemson
W
5-1
South Florida
L
1-3
at Virginia
W
3-2
Trenton State
W
3-2
Belmont Abbey
W
5-1
Maryland
L
1-3
Duke
W
2-1
Total Goals
45-16
1968 (8-3-0, ACC 3-2-0, ACC 2nd Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
St. Andrews Presbyterian W
2-0
Pfeiffer
W
6-0
NC State
W
3-0
at Clemson
W
4-3
Virginia Tech
W
4-0
Virginia
W
3-0
East Stroudsburg
W
1-0
Belmont Abbey
W
5-1
at Maryland
L
1-3
at Duke
L
2-3
Michigan State*
L
0-5
Total Goals
31-15
*NCAA Tournament First Round (Chapel Hill,
N.C.)
1969 (6-4-0, ACC 3-2-0, ACC Tied 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Belmont Abbey
W
2-1
Appalachian State
L
0-2
at NC State
W
4-0
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
4-1
4-0
0-1
1-3
5-1
0-1
3-2
23-12
1970 (5-2-3, ACC 2-1-2, ACC Tied 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Belmont Abbey
W
4-0
Appalachian State
W
10-1
NC State
T
1-1
OT
Virginia
L
0-1
at Clemson
T
3-3
OT
at East Carolina
W
8-0
Jacksonville
T
2-2
OT
East Stroudsburg
L
1-2
at Maryland
W
3-2
at Duke
W
5-0
Total Goals
37-12
1971 (6-4-1, ACC 2-2-1, ACC Tied 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Appalachian State W
9-0
at Belmont Abbey
W
4-1
at William & Mary
W
3-0
at NC State
L
0-2
East Carolina
W
4-0
at Virginia
W
1-0
Clemson
T
2-2
OT
Trenton State
L
3-4
South Florida
L
1-4
Maryland
L
1-3
Duke
W
5-3
Total Goals
33-19
at Maryland
at Duke
Total Goals
T
T
0-0
OT
1-1
OT
14-14
1975 (7-4-0, ACC 3-2-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Belmont Abbey
W
4-2
Appalachian State
L
1-2
at Davidson
W
3-2
OT
Rollins
L
0-1
East Carolina
W
2-0
Clemson
L
1-3
at Virginia
W
4-2
Emory
W
3-0
at NC State
L
3-4
Maryland
W
2-0
Duke
W
3-0
Total Goals
26-16
1976 (9-5-0, ACC 2-3-0, ACC Tied 4th
Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Belmont Abbey
W
8-1
UNC Wilmington
W
5-0
Davidson
W
3-0
Lynchburg
L
1-2
at East Carolina
W
3-0
Howard
L
0-2
Virginia
W
2-1
UNC Charlotte
W
7-0
Furman
W
1-0
at NC State
W
4-1
at Maryland
W
1-0
at Duke
L
0-1
at Clemson
L
0-8
NC State
L
1-2
OT
Total Goals
36-18
1972 (6-3-1, ACC 2-2-1, ACC 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Campbell
W
3-2
Belmont Abbey
W
4-1
at East Carolina
W
5-2
William & Mary
W
2-0
Virginia
L
0-2
NC State
W
5-0
at Clemson
L
1-5
East Stroudsburg
L
0-2
at Maryland
W
2-1
OT
at Duke
T
2-2
OT
Total Goals
24-17
1973 (8-2-1, ACC 2-2-1, ACC 3rd Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
at Belmont Abbey
W
4-1
Appalachian State
W
3-1
East Carolina
W
5-2
at Davidson
W
5-0
Virginia Tech
W
5-0
Clemson
L
0-2
at Virginia
W
1-0
Jacksonville
W
12-2
at NC State
W
2-1
Maryland
T
1-1
OT
Duke
L
1-2
Total Goals
39-12
1974 (4-3-4, ACC 1-2-2, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Marvin Allen
Belmont Abbey
W
5-0
at Appalachian State W
2-0
Davidson
T
1-1
OT
at East Carolina
L
1-2
Virginia Tech
W
1-0
Virginia
L
0-2
at Clemson
L
0-6
at Emory
T
0-0
OT
NC State
W
3-2
Carolina’s first two-time All-America
(1968-69) Mark Packard
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at Davidson
W
3-1
NC Wesleyan
W
7-0
Total Goals
61-24
*Mayor’s Cup Tournament (Greenville, N.C.)
#Lynchburg Blue Ridge Tournament (Lynchburg,
Va.)
+Williamsburg Kiwanis Classic (Williamsburg, Va.)
1977 (14-3-1, ACC 4-1-0, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
Western Carolina
W
3-0
at Belmont Abbey
W
6-1
at UNC Wilmington
L
3-6
OT
Rollins
L
0-2
at Davidson
W
1-0
High Point
W
6-1
at Appalachian State T
0-0
OT
Furman
W
5-1
at Virginia
W
1-0
Clemson
L
1-5
at Campbell
W
1-0
OT
East Carolina
W
5-0
at NC State
W
2-1
OT
UNC Charlotte
W
9-1
Maryland
W
2-0
Duke
W
2-0
Guilford
W
2-1
Washington & Lee
W
5-0
Total Goals
54-19
1978 (12-3-4, ACC 3-1-1, ACC 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
UNC Charlotte
W
3-0
Duke*
W
3-2
at NC State*
W
5-0
UNC Wilmington
L
1-4
NC State
W
2-1
at Guilford
T
0-0
OT
Virginia
W
1-0
Appalachian State
T
0-0
OT
High Point
W
2-0
UNC Greensboro
W
1-0
Campbell
W
2-1
at Lynchburg
T
0-0
OT
at Clemson
T
0-0
OT
at Duke
L
0-1
Pfeiffer
W
10-1
at Maryland
W
1-0
OT
Old Dominion
L
0-1
at East Carolina
W
7-0
Davidson
W
2-1
Total Goals
40-12
*Mayor’s Cup Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.)
1979 (16-3-5, ACC 3-1-1, ACC Tied 2nd Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
UNC Charlotte
W
2-1
Belmont Abbey
W
8-0
NC State*
L
0-1
OT
at East Carolina*
W
2-1
at UNC Wilmington
T
1-1
OT
American#
T
2-2
OT
at Lynchburg#
T
1-1
OT
at UNC Greensboro
W
4-3
OT
Towson State
W
6-0
at Appalachian State W
1-0
George Washington+ L
0-1
Virginia Tech+
W
6-0
at Old Dominion
T
1-1
OT
Guilford
W
3-1
at Campbell
W
2-0
OT
High Point
W
2-1
at Virginia
T
1-1
OT
Clemson
L
2-6
Duke
W
2-1
East Carolina
W
2-1
OT
Maryland
W
1-0
OT
at NC State
W
2-0
1980 (17-4-1, ACC 3-2-1, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
at Barton
W
1-0
OT
at Elon
W
5-0
at UNCCharlotte
W
8-1
East Carolina*
W
10-0
Duke*
L
0-1
at High Point
W
4-0
Appalachian State
L
0-3
at Belmont Abbey
W
3-0
UNC Wilmington
W
3-0
Campbell
W
6-2
at Lynchburg
W
2-1
at Guilford
W
2-0
St. John’s (N.Y.)#
W
2-1
at Old Dominion#
W
4-0
Virginia
W
2-0
OT
at Clemson
T
2-2
OT
Jacksonville
W
4-0
at Maryland
W
2-0
NC State
L
0-4
William & Mary
W
2-0
Wake Forest
W
3-1
at Duke
L
2-3
Total Goals
67-19
*Mayor’s Cup Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
#Harbor Front Kiwanis Classic (Norfolk, Va.)
1981 (15-6-0, ACC 3-3-0, ACC Tied 4th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
High Point
W
8-0
Barton
W
5-2
Belmont Abbey
W
6-0
Guilford
W
4-0
Lock Haven
W
4-2
OT
at UNC Wilmington
W
2-1
UNC Charlotte
W
2-1
Lynchburg
W
10-2
at Virginia
L
2-3
OT
Elon
W
5-0
Clemson
W
1-0
OT
at Boston College
W
4-2
at Connecticut
L
0-1
at Jacksonville
W
3-0
at Rollins
W
2-0
at Central Florida
L
0-1
Maryland
W
2-0
at NC State
L
2-4
at Campbell
L
0-3
at Wake Forest
W
3-0
Duke
L
2-3
Total Goals
67-25
1982 (11-7-4, ACC 0-4-2, ACC Tied 6th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
at High Point
W
6-1
at South Carolina*
W
2-0
Akron*
T
2-2
OT
at Barton
W
5-0
UNC Wilmington
W
3-0
at Elon
W
2-0
at UNCCharlotte
W
3-2
NC Wesleyan
W
4-0
Virginia
T
0-0
OT
at Guilford
W
6-0
Fairleigh Dickinson#
T
1-1
OT
at Old Dominion#
L
1-2
at Belmont Abbey
W
3-0
at South Florida
L
1-2
OT
at Tampa
L
0-1
at Clemson
L
0-5
at Maryland
L
0-1
OT
NC State
T
4-4
OT
Lynchburg
W
3-1
Wake Forest
L
1-3
Campbell
W
6-1
at Duke
L
1-5
Total Goals
54-31
*South Carolina Tournament (Columbia, S.C.)
#Harbor Front Kiwanis Classic (Norfolk, Va.)
1983 (16-3-2, ACC 2-3-1, ACC 5th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
at Connecticut
W
2-1
at Boston College
W
3-1
Barton
W
6-0
Navy*
W
3-2
Georgia State*
W
7-0
at UNC Wilmington
W
4-0
Clemson
L
0-7
West Virginia Wesleyan# W
3-2
OT
at George Mason#
T
2-2
OT
at Virginia
L
0-2
Guilford
W
6-1
UNC Charlotte
W
5-1
South Carolina
W
6-0
Belmont Abbey
W
6-1
Maryland
W
2-0
at UNC Greensboro
W
2-0
at NC State
L
1-2
at NC Wesleyan
W
6-0
at Wake Forest
T
1-1
OT
at Campbell
W
5-2
Duke
W
2-1
OT
Total Goals
72-26
*Wolfpack Classic (Raleigh, N.C.)
#Patriot Invitational (Fairfax, Va.)
1984 (12-7-1, ACC 3-3-0, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
Philadelphia Textile*
W
4-3
OT
Winthrop
L
3-4
at Barton
L
0-1
South Carolina
W
6-1
at Clemson
L
1-2
West Virginia Wesleyan# L
0-4
Radford#
W
7-1
Virginia
L
2-3
Anson Dorrance pictured with All-America
sweeper Ricky Marvin.
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
ANSON DORRANCE
Dorrance won 172
games as the UNC
men’s coach and has
led the Tar Heel
women to 18 national
championships.
ALL-TIME RESULTS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Catawba
W
3-0
UNC Wilmington
W
3-0
Erskine
W
1-0
at South Florida
T
1-1
OT
at Central Florida
W
2-1
at UNC Charlotte
L
0-2
at Maryland
W
1-0
at Belmont Abbey
W
5-2
NC State
L
1-4
Campbell
W
2-1
Wake Forest
W
2-1
at Duke
W
1-0
OT
Total Goals
45-31
*Wolfpack Classic (Raleigh, N.C.)
#Patriot Invitational (Fairfax, Va.)
1985 (12-8-1, ACC 3-3-0, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
Southern Indiana
W
5-0
at Furman
W
3-1
at Erskine
W
4-1
Barton
W
4-0
Clemson
L
0-5
West Virginia Wesleyan* W
2-1
at George Mason*
L
1-4
at South Carolina
L
0-2
at Virginia
L
1-3
Catawba
W
1-0
Coastal Carolina
W
2-1
UNC Greensboro
L
1-2
at Connecticut
L
0-1
at Southern Conn. State L
0-1
UNC Charlotte
W
2-0
Maryland
W
1-0
OT
Belmont Abbey
W
4-0
at NC State
W
1-0
at Campbell
T
3-3
OT
at Wake Forest
W
1-0
Duke
L
0-4
Total Goals
36-29
*Patriot Invitational (Fairfax, Va.)
1986 (13-7-1, ACC 1-4-1, ACC 6th Place)
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
[email protected]
W
3-0
Central [email protected]
L
1-2
OT
Elon
W
4-1
Erskine
W
5-1
at Barton
W
5-0
at Clemson
L
1-3
at George Mason*
L
3-5
American*
W
1-0
South Carolina
W
1-0
Virginia
L
1-4
at Belmont Abbey
W
2-0
Furman
W
4-0
at UNC Charlotte
W
3-1
Wake Forest
W
4-1
at Catawba
W
2-0
at Maryland
L
2-3
OT
Adelphi#
W
6-1
Bowling Green State# L
1-2
NC State
T
0-0
OT
Methodist
W
3-0
at Duke
L
0-1
Total Goals
52-25
@Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
*Patriot Invitational (Fairfax, Va.)
#Florida Invitational Cup (DeLand, Fla.)
1987 (20-5-0, ACC 3-3-0, ACC 4th Place)
ACC Tournament Champion
NCAA Tournament Final Four
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
Duke
W
2-1
South Florida#
W
3-0
Central Florida#
W
2-0
Barton
W
12-0
Clemson
W
2-1
at George Mason*
W
2-0
American*
W
2-1
at Wake Forest
W
4-2
at Virginia
L
0-2
Belmont Abbey
W
7-0
at NC State
L
0-1
Furman
W
2-0
Catawba
W
7-0
Maryland
L
0-2
at South Carolina
L
1-2
at UNC Greensboro
W
2-1
Erskine
W
3-1
UNC Charlotte
W
3-1
Clemson&
W
2-1
OT
Virginia&
W
3-0
NC State
W
4-3
OT
at [email protected]
W
2-0
at South Carolina~
W
2-1
OT
at Loyola (Md.)^
W
1-0
at Clemson$
L
1-4
Total Goals
69-24
#Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
*Patriot Invitational (Fairfax, Va.)
&ACC Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
@NCAA Tournament First Round (Durham, NC)
~NCAA Second Round (Columbia, S.C.)
^NCAA Quarterfinals (Baltimore, Md.)
$NCAA Semifinals (Clemson, S.C.)
1988 (14-9-1, ACC 3-3-0, ACC 3rd Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Anson Dorrance
at Indiana*
L
0-2
Evansville*
W
4-3
OT
at Campbell
L
1-2
at Clemson
L
1-2
Georgia Southern
W
6-0
USC-Spartanburg#
W
6-2
Catawba#
L
2-4
at Duke
L
1-2
College of Charleston W
1-0
South Carolina
T
0-0
OT
Virginia
L
0-2
Wake Forest
W
2-1
Bill Richards
Derek Missimo scored a school-record 56
goals for the Tar Heels from 1987-90.
at Central Florida%
W
3-1
Fla. International%
W
2-1
OT
at Maryland
W
3-2
OT
at Lenoir-Rhyne
W
6-0
NC State
W
2-1
OT
UNC Greensboro
W
4-2
at UNC Charlotte
L
2-3
at Clemson&
W
2-1
Duke&
W
2-1
Virginia&
L
1-2
at Wake [email protected]
W
2-0
at South Carolina+
L
1-3
Total Goals
54-37
*adidas-Met Life Classic (Bloomington, Ind.)
#Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
%Central Florida Invitational (Orlando, Fla.)
&ACC Tournament (Clemson, S.C.)
@NCAA First Round (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
+NCAA Second Round (Columbia, S.C.)
ELMAR BOLOWICH
Bolowich has led
Carolina to a school
record 188 wins, an
NCAA title, ACC title
and nine NCAA
Tournaments in 15
seasons.
1989 (9-9-1, ACC 1-4-1, ACC Tied 5th Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Hartwick*
L
2-4
Texas Christian*
W
3-1
Catawba
W
5-3
OT
Clemson
W
2-1
at Wake Forest
T
1-1
OT
at South Carolina
L
2-3
College of Charleston W
3-0
at Connecticut
W
4-0
Campbell
W
3-1
at Virginia
L
0-3
Coastal Carolina
W
1-0
Duke
L
0-4
Elon
W
5-0
Maryland
L
0-2
Lenoir-Rhyne
W
6-0
at NC State
L
2-3
at UNC Greensboro
L
3-4
OT
UNCCharlotte
L
2-4
OT
Maryland#
L
1-2
Total Goals
45-36
*Demon Deacon Weekend Challenge (WinstonSalem, N.C.)
#ACC Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
1990 (13-7-0, ACC 2-4-0, ACC 6h
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
St. Mary’s (Calif.)@
W
2-1
[email protected]
W
7-0
College of Charleston L
1-3
at Clemson
L
0-1
Wake Forest
W
4-2
South Carolina
W
2-1
NC Wesleyan
W
6-1
Wisconsin#
W
2-0
SW Missouri State#
W
2-1
Virginia
L
0-2
Radford
W
4-1
at Duke
L
0-1
Wingate
W
5-1
at Maryland
L
1-2
Lenoir-Rhyne
W
4-2
NC State
W
2-0
at Davidson
W
4-1
Virginia+
L
0-3
Wake Forest$
W
2-1
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Place)
OT
OT
OT
OT
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
1991 (15-6-1, ACC 3-3-0, ACC 4th Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
[email protected]
W
1-0
[email protected]
W
1-0
Clemson
W
2-1
Davidson
T
0-0
OT
at South Carolina
W
2-1
OT
Vanderbilt#
W
4-0
Radford#
W
3-0
Appalachian State
W
2-0
at Virginia
L
0-1
Furman
L
0-1
Duke
W
2-1
at Winthrop
W
1-0
Maryland
L
0-1
OT
at Lenoir-Rhyne
W
2-1
at NC State
L
1-4
College of Charleston W
3-0
at Wake Forest
W
2-0
Georgia State
W
1-0
Clemson+
W
3-1
Virginia+
L
0-1
UNC Charlotte$
W
1-0
OT
at St. Louis*
L
0-4
Total Goals
49-27
@Wake Forest Soccer Classic (Winston-Salem,
N.C.)
#Champion Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
+ACC Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
*NCAA Second Round (St. Louis, Mo.)
1992 (9-7-4, ACC 2-2-2, ACC 4th Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
James [email protected]
L
1-2
[email protected]
L
3-4
OT
East Carolina
W
5-0
at Clemson
T
1-1
OT
Belmont Abbey
L
1-2
Tulsa#
W
4-2
OT
Navy#
W
2-0
at Furman
T
1-1
OT
Virginia
L
3-6
at Duke
L
0-1
at Coll. of Charleston L
1-3
The Citadel
W
4-0
at Maryland
W
1-0
South Carolina
W
6-0
NC State
T
0-0
OT
Wake Forest
W
2-0
Winthrop
W
2-0
at Appalachian State W
3-1
OT
Wake Forest+
T
3-3
OT
Virginia+
L
0-2
Total Goals
43-28
@Wake Forest Soccer Cl. (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
#Carolina Classic Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
+ACC Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
1993 (13-7-2, ACC 2-2-2, ACC 4th Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
[email protected]
L
3-5
at Fullerton [email protected]
L
2-3
East Carolina
W
6-0
Clemson
T
2-2
OT
Belmont Abbey
W
5-3
Ohio State#
W
4-1
South Carolina#
W
3-0
at The Citadel
W
7-1
at Virginia
L
2-3
Davidson
W
5-0
Duke
W
4-1
OT
Appalachian State
W
2-1
Maryland
W
1-0
Brown%
L
1-2
Cornell%
W
3-1
at Wake Forest
T
2-2
OT
at NC State
L
2-3
James Madison
W
3-0
NC State+
W
3-0
Clemson+
L
2-4
Duke$
W
3-2
Air Force*
L
1-2
Total Goals
66-36
@Chiquita Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
#Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
%Sheraton/Lanzera Classic (Charlottesville, Va.)
+ACC Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
*NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
1994 (13-7, ACC 3-3, ACC 3rd Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Saint [email protected]
L
1-2
OT
at [email protected]
W
2-1
East Carolina
W
4-1
at Clemson
L
1-4
Nevada-Las Vegas#
W
4-0
Old Dominion#
W
2-0
at Belmont Abbey
W
3-1
Virginia
W
5-1
at Duke
W
4-3
Princeton*
W
3-2
The Citadel
W
3-0
UNC Asheville
W
7-0
at South Carolina%
L
5-7
Davidson%
W
4-0
NC State
L
0-1
Appalachian State
W
6-1
Wake Forest
W
2-1
at Maryland
L
1-2
Duke+
L
0-2
James Madison$
L
0-3
Total Goals
57-32
@Indiana MetLife-adidas Classic (Bloomington,
Ind.)
#adidas/Eurosport Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill,
N.C.)
*Davidson, N.C.
%S.C. MetLife Classic (Columbia, S.C.)
+ACC Tournament (Clemson, S.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
1995 (11-8-1, ACC 0-5-1, ACC 7th Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
at [email protected]
W
6-0
Seton [email protected]
W
3-1
East Carolina
W
2-0
Clemson
L
1-2
OT
Harvard#
W
2-0
William & Mary#
W
2-1
Winthrop
W
2-0
at Virginia
L
1-7
Duke
L
1-2
at College of Charleston L
0-3
at South Carolina
L
1-3
Davidson
W
3-0
Radford
W
3-2
UNC Asheville
W
4-0
at NC State
T
1-1
OT
Appalachian State
W
2-1
at Wake Forest
L
1-2
Maryland
L
1-2
Maryland+
W
4-3
Clemson+
L
0-1
Total Goals
40-31
@UConn/New England Ford Dealers Soccer
Classic (Storrs, Conn.)
#adidas Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
+ACC Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
1996 (8-8-1, ACC 2-3-1, ACC Tied 5th
Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
at William & Mary
L
0-4
at Clemson
L
2-3
OT
Portland*
W
1-0
Furman*
W
2-1
Virginia
T
3-3
OT
at UNC Asheville
W
2-0
at Duke
W
3-2
at Davidson
W
4-0
South Carolina
L
1-4
Florida International+ L
2-4
Hartwick+
W
6-2
Appalachian State
W
3-2
OT
NC State
L
2-3
OT
Radford
L
0-1
Wake Forest
W
1-0
at Maryland
L
1-3
Wake [email protected]
L
0-1
OT
Total Goals
33-33
*adidas/Eurosport Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill,
N.C.)
+Greensboro, N.C.
@ACC Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.)
1997 (6-13, ACC 1-5, ACC 7th Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Washington*
L
1-4
at Portland*
L
0-1
Campbell
W
3-2
Georgia State
L
1-2
Clemson
L
0-1
Radford+
L
0-1
Creighton+
W
2-1
OT
at Virginia
L
1-2
OT
UNC Asheville
W
2-0
Duke
L
2-6
Wofford
W
8-0
Maryland
L
1-2
OT
at Davidson
L
0-2
at Furman
L
1-2
at NC State
L
1-3
U.S. National Team and MLS standout Eddie
Pope led Carolina to back-to-back NCAA
Tournament appearances in 1993 and ‘94.
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
at Virginia*
L
1-3
Total Goals
49-27
@Planters LifeSavers Soccer Classic (WinstonSalem, N.C.)
#Great Carolina Shootout (Conway, S.C.)
+ACC Tournament (Durham, N.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
*NCAA Second Round (Charlottesville, Va.)
Appalachian State
W
2-1
at Wake Forest
W
2-1
OT
at South Carolina
L
2-3
OT
[email protected]
L
0-4
Total Goals
29-38
*Portland, Ore.
+adidas/Eurosport Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill,
N.C.)
@ACC Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)
1998 (11-6-2, ACC 3-3, ACC Tied 4th Place)
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
at UNC Asheville
W
3-0
St. Bonaventure*
L
0-1
San Francisco*
W
6-2
at Clemson
L
0-5
Dayton+
W
4-1
Cornell+
W
2-1
OT
at Winthrop
W
3-2
Virginia
L
0-2
at Duke
L
0-2
High Point
W
4-1
at Maryland
W
2-1
OT
Appalachian State
W
5-1
UNC Greensboro
T
2-2
OT
at Radford
T
0-0
OT
NC State
W
1-0
Davidson
W
4-2
Wake Forest
W
2-1
at South Carolina
L
1-2
OT
[email protected]
L
0-2
Total Goals
39-28
*Nike Wake Forest Classic (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
+Nike Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
@ACC Tournament (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
1999 (12-7-1, ACC 2-3-1, ACC 5th Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Bradley*
W
3-1
at Creighton*
L
0-3
at Campbell
W
5-0
Clemson
W
2-1
Lehigh+
W
3-1
Alabama-Birmingham+ W
5-2
at UNC Greensboro
W
3-0
at Virginia
L
1-2
Duke
L
0-1
Winthrop
W
9-1
Maryland
L
0-1
at Davidson
W
3-2
UNC Asheville
W
4-0
at NC State
W
6-0
High Point
W
6-0
at Wake Forest
T
1-1
OT
South Carolina
L
2-3
[email protected]
W
1-0
OT
[email protected]
L
0-4
at Furman$
L
1-2
OT
Total Goals
52-25
*Diadora Creighton Classic (Omaha, Neb.)
+Nike Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
@ACC Tournament (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Greenville, S.C.)
2000 (21-3, ACC 5-1, Tied 1st Place)
ACC Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Illinois-Chicago*
W
4-1
at UAB*
L
1-2
Campbell
W
1-0
at Clemson
W
2-1
Davidson
W
4-0
Denver+
W
1-0
Kentucky+
W
2-1
Virginia
L
1-3
at Old Dominion
W
4-0
at Duke
W
4-2
William & Mary
W
2-0
at Maryland
W
5-1
Dartmouth%
W
3-1
Rider%
W
11-0
Charlotte
W
3-0
NC State
W
7-1
Elon
W
5-0
Wake Forest
W
4-1
at South Carolina
W
2-0
at Wake [email protected]
W
1-0
[email protected]
W
1-0
OT
William & Mary$
W
3-2
OT
Rhode Island^
W
3-1
Indiana~
L
0-1
Total Goals
73-18
*UAB Nike Classic (Birmingham, Ala.)
+Nike Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
%adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.)
@ACC Tournament (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
^NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
~NCAA Quarterfinal (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
2001 (21-4, ACC 4-2, Tied 2nd Place)
NCAA Champions
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
East Carolina
W
8-1
Appalachian State
W
3-0
Cincinnati*
W
2-1
at Saint Louis*
L
1-2
UNC Greensboro
W
2-1
at Virginia
L
0-2
UNC Asheville
W
3-0
Duke
W
1-0
William & Mary+
W
4-1
Maryland
W
2-1
Georgia State%
W
7-0
South Florida%
W
5-0
at Charlotte
W
3-0
at NC State
W
4-0
Old Dominion
W
2-0
at Wake Forest
L
2-4
Clemson
W
1-0
Souith Carolina
W
1-0
NC [email protected]
W
2-0
at [email protected]
L
1-2
Towson$
W
3-0
American^
W
1-0
OT
Farleigh Dickinson~
W
3-2
3 OT
Stanford#
W
3-2
4 OT
Indiana#
W
2-0
Total Goals
66-19
*Saint Louis Soccer Classic (St. Louis, Mo.)
+Virginia Beach, Va.
%UNC Greensboro Classic (Greensboro, N.C.)
@ACC Tournament (Clemson, S.C.)
$NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
^NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
~NCAA Quarterfinal (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
#NCAA College Cup (Columbus, Ohio)
2002 (14-7-1, ACC 3-2-1, 3rd Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
Akron
W
2-1
OT
Saint Louis
W
2-1
Long Island
W
4-2
Davidson
L
0-1
vs. Yale*
L
1-2
at Brown*
W
5-0
Virginia
W
2-1
at Campbell
W
7-1
at Duke
L
0-1
Elon
W
4-0
at Maryland
L
1-3
Navy
W
6-1
at Va. Commonwealth L
0-1
NC State
W
2-1
George Mason
W
2-0
Tony Quinn/SoccerPixUSA
ALL-TIME RESULTS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Chris Leitch helped lead Carolina to the
2001 NCAA title in front of friends and family
in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio.
Wake Forest
T
2-2
2 OT
at UNC Wilmington
W
3-0
at Clemson
W
3-1
South Carolina
W
2-0
vs. Clemson+
L
2-3
Winthrop%
W
6-0
at Penn [email protected]
L
0-1
2 OT
Total Goals
56-23
*Brown Classic (Providence, R.I.)
+ACC Tournament (Cary, N.C.)
%NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
@NCAA Second Round (University Park, Pa.)
2003 (12-4-4, ACC 2-3-1, Tied 4th Place)
NCAA Tournament Participant
Head Coach: Elmar Bolowich
vs. St. John’s*
W
2-1
OT
vs. Connecticut*
W
3-0
vs. New [email protected] W
3-0
at [email protected]
T
1-1
2 OT
Michigan#
W
1-0
Va. Commonwealth# W
2-1
OT
at Virginia
L
0-1
Duke
W
3-2
2 OT
Harvard
W
1-0
at George Mason
T
0-0
2 OT
Maryland
W
1-0
vs. Mercer$
W
5-0
vs. Kentucky$
W
2-1
at NC State
T
1-1
2 OT
at Davidson
W
1-0
at Wake Forest
L
0-4
Clemson
L
0-1
at South Carolina
W
1-0
vs. NC State^
T
0-0
3 OT
Coastal Carolina&
L
0-3
Total Goals
27-16
*Wake Forest adidas Classic (Winston-Salem,
N.C.)
@Smith Barney Vermont Soccer Classic
(Burlington, Vt.)
#Nike Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
$adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.)
^ACC Tournament (Cary, N.C.)
&NCAA Tournament Second Round (Chapel Hill, NC.)
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Jamie Watson earned secondteam All-ACC honors in 2003 and
became the fifth Carolina player
to earn league rookie of the year
honors.
ACC HONORS
ALL-ACC SELECTIONS
1968
Jamie Canfield, M, 1st Team
Mark Packard, M, 1st Team
John Gussenhoven, D, 1st Team
Tim Haigh, G, 2nd Team
1969
Louis Bush, M, 1st Team
Al Merrell, D, 1st Team
Mark Packard, M, 2nd Team
Pete Seggel, D, 2nd Team
1970
Al Merrell, D, 1st Team
Tim Haigh, G, 1st Team
Louis Bush, M, 2nd Team
Van Allen, D, 2nd Team
1971
Van Allen, D, 1st Team
Anson Dorrance, F, 2nd Team
Mark Marcoplos, M, 2nd Team
Jim Smith, D, 2nd Team
1972
Anson Dorrance, D, 1st Team
Danny Ariail, F, 2nd Team
1973
Anson Dorrance, M, 1st Team
Rick Culberson, F, 2nd Team
1974
Zoltan Berky, D, 2nd Team
Rob Hollis, D, 2nd Team
1975
Martin Trimble, G, 1st Team
Tim Fenton, F, 2nd Team
Zoltan Berky, D, 2nd Team
Eric Cook, D, 2nd Team
John Rhodes, D, 2nd Team
1976
Eric Cook, F, 1st Team
Martin Trimble, G, 1st Team
Roy Baroff, D, 2nd Team
Ed Fenimore, D, 2nd Team
Peter Griffin, D, 2nd Team
1977
Martin Trimble, G, 1st Team
Dick Drayton, M, 2nd Team
Peter Griffin, M, 2nd Team
Ed Fenimore, M, 2nd Team
Carolina has produced 110 All-ACC
selections, including 16 in the last
four seasons.
1978
David Blum, D, 1st Team
Ricky Marvin, M, 2nd Team
Ed Fenimore, D, 2nd Team
Kevin Kane, G, 2nd Team
1979
David Blum, D, 1st Team
Ricky Marvin, M, 2nd Team
Kevin Kane, G, 2nd Team
1980
Bucky Buckley, D, 1st Team
Ricky Marvin, D, 1st Team
1981
Billy Hartman, M, 1st Team
Ricky Marvin, D, 1st Team
Mike Fiocco, M, 2nd Team
Tony Johnson, F, 2nd Team
1982
Jay Ainslie, D, 1st Team
Tony Johnson, F, 1st Team
John Richards, M, 1st Team
Mike Fiocco, D, 2nd Team
Billy Hartman, F, 2nd Team
Jim Poff, D, 2nd Team
1983
Jay Ainslie, D, 1st Team
Mark Devey, M, 1st Team
Billy Hartman, M, 2nd Team
1984
Billy Hartman, M, 2nd Team
Ken West, D, 2nd Team
1986
David Smyth, M, 2nd Team
1987
Donald Cogsville, D, 1st Team
David Smyth, D, 1st Team
Chad Ashton, M, 2nd Team
1988
Donald Cogsville, F, 1st Team
Chad Ashton, M, 2nd Team
Derek Missimo, F, 2nd Team
1989
Chad Ashton, D, 2nd Team
Derek Missimo, F, 2nd Team
1990
Marco Ferruzzi, M, 1st Team
1991
Adam Tinkham, M, 2nd Team
Ritchie Wachsman, D, 2nd Team
1992
Gregg Berhalter, D, 1st Team
Marco Ferruzzi, M, 2nd Team
Derek Kepner, M, 2nd Team
Kerry Zavagnin, M, 2nd Team
1993
Temoc Suarez, F, 1st Team
Gregg Berhalter, D, 1st Team
Todd Haskins, F, 2nd Team
Eddie Pope, D, 2nd Team
1994
Temoc Suarez, F, 1st Team
Victor Suarez, M, 1st Team
Eddie Pope, D, 1st Team
Kerry Zavagnin, M, 2nd Team
Carey Talley, D, 2nd Team
1995
Eddie Pope, D, 1st Team
Temoc Suarez, F, 2nd Team
Carey Talley, M, 2nd Team
1996
Carey Talley, M, 1st Team
Temoc Suarez, M, 2nd Team
1997
Carey Talley, M, 1st Team
1998
Chris Carrieri, F, 2nd Team
1999
Chris Carrieri, F, 1st Team
Danny Jackson, D, 2nd Team
2000
Chris Carrieri, F, 1st Team
Danny Jackson, D, 1st Team
Michael Bucy, M, 2nd Team
Caleb Norkus, F, 2nd Team
Eddie Robinson, M, 2nd Team
2001
Danny Jackson, D, 1st Team
Ryan Kneipper, F, 2nd Team
Chris Leitch, D, 2nd Team
Logan Pause, M, 2nd Team
2002
Matt Crawford, M, 1st Team
Ryan Kneipper, F, 1st Team
Three-time All-ACC honoree Chris Carrieri
became the first Tar Heel to earn league
player of the year honors in 2000.
Logan Pause, M, 1st Team
David Testo, F, 2nd Team
2003
Marcus Storey, F, 1st Team
Tim Merritt, D, 2nd Team
Jamie Watson, F, 2nd Team
(G = goalkeeper, D = defender, M = midfielder,
F = forward)
ACC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
2003
Corey Ashe, F
Michael Harrington, M
Jamie Watson, F
ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2000
Chris Carrieri
ACC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
1993
Temoc Suarez
1994
Carey Talley
1998
Chris Carrieri
2001
Marcus Storey
2003
Jamie Watson
ACC COACH OF THE YEAR
1975
Marvin Allen
1977
Anson Dorrance
2000
Elmar Bolowich
ACC 50TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM*
Gregg Berhalter
1991-93
Chris Carrieri
1998-2000
Anson Dorrance
1971-73
Eddie Pope
1992-95
David Smyth
1984-87
Carey Talley
1994-97
*Denotes the top 50 players in conference
history.
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CAROLINA IN THE ACC TOURNAMENT
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
ALL-ACC TOURNAMENT
SELECTIONS
1987
1991
1992
1993
1995
2000
2001
2002
*ACC Tournament MVP
ACC TOURNAMENT MVP
1987
2000
Derek Missimo*
David Smyth
Dino Megaloudis
Marc Buffin
Adam Tinkham
Ben DiMeo
Gregg Berhalter
Hector Suarez
Temoc Suarez
Temoc Suarez
Michael Bucy
Chris Carrieri
David Stokes
Noz Yamauchi
Caleb Norkus*
David Testo
Noz Yamauchi
David Testo
Derek Missimo
Caleb Norkus
Led by seniors (left to right) Eddie Robinson, Carson Porter, Michael Bucy, Brad Thomas, Matt
Laycock and Caleb Norkus, the 2000 Tar Heels set or tied 11 school records on the way to winning
the ACC Tournament and reaching the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
Year
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
Opponent
Score
Virginia
Clemson
Clemson
NC State
Duke
Round
Site
W 3-0
Semifinal
Durham, N.C.
W 2-1
First
W 2-1 (OT)
W 4-3 (OT)
W 2-1
First
Final
Durham, N.C.
Semifinal
Clemson, S.C.
Virginia
L 1-2
Final
Virginia
L 0-3
First
Maryland
Clemson
L 1-2
W 3-1
Durham, N.C.
First
First
Clemson, S.C.
Clemson, S.C.
Durham, N.C.
Durham, N.C.
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Virginia
L 0-1
Semifinal
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Virginia
L 0-2
Semifinal
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Clemson
L 2-4
Semifinal
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Maryland
W 4-3
First
Wake Forest
NC State
Duke
T 3-3 (OT)*
W 3-0
L 0-2
First
First
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Chapel Hill, N.C.
First
Clemson, S.C.
Durham, N.C.
Clemson
L 0-1
Semifinal
Durham, N.C.
Virginia
L 0-4
First
Orlando, Fla.
Wake Forest
Maryland
Clemson
L 0-1 (OT)
L 0-2
W 1-0 (OT)
First
First
First
Charlottesville, Va.
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Duke
L 0-4
Semifinal
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Virginia
W 1-0 (OT)
Final
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Clemson
L 1-2
Semifinal
Clemson, S.C.
NC State
T 0-0 (OT)#
First
Wake Forest
NC State
Clemson
*Advanced on penalty kicks, 4-1
W 1-0
W 2-0
L 2-3
#NC State advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3
Semifinal
First
First
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Clemson, S.C.
Cary, N.C.
Cary, N.C.
Caleb Norkus was named the 2000 ACC Tournament
MVP.
Overall Record in ACC Tournament: 12-14-2 (.464)
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Kevin Cox
CAROLINA IN THE ACC TOURNAMENT
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
David K. Tinson
The Tar Heels recovered from a 2-0 deficit to defeat William & Mary, 32 in overtime, in the a snow-filled 2000 NCAA first round game at
Fetzer Field. Matt Laycock scored twice in the final 26 minutes to tie
the game. Ryan Kneipper netted the game-winner.
Noz Yamauchi hoists the 2001 NCAA championship trophy.
CAROLINA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
Appearances: 12 (1968-87-88-90-91-93-94-99-2000-01-02-03)
Record: 15-11-0 (.578); 8-3 in the last four seasons
Goal Scoring: 37 for, 40 against
College Cup Appearances: Two (1987-2001)
NCAA Championships: One (2001)
CAROLINA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
Michael Stahlschmidt
Carolina has made a school-record five straight NCAA Tournament
appearances after a four-year absence from 1995-98. Overall, the Tar Heel
men’s soccer team has competed in 12 NCAA tournaments, compiling a 1511 record.
The Tar Heels made their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 1968 in a
game played on a wet and muddy Fetzer Field. Unfortunately, the Tar Heels’
debut was spoiled by the defending national co-champion, Michigan State.
The Spartans won 5-0 on three goals by Tony Keyes and two by Tom Kreft.
MSU outshot the Tar Heels, 37-6.
The next time Carolina returned to the tournament was 1987, its most successful run prior to capturing the 2001 national title. Coached by Anson
Dorrance, the Tar Heels entered the NCAA Tournament as the eighth-ranked
team in the nation after winning the ACC Tournament championship. In the
first round, Carolina defeated arch-rival and defending national champion
Duke, 2-0. The Tar Heels then battled South Carolina through two overtimes
and a shootout before winning, 2-1, on a penalty kick by Derek Missimo.
In the quarterfinal against Loyola (Md.), Missimo scored on a header to
give the Tar Heels a 1-0 victory, making Carolina only the fourth team in ACC
history to achieve 20 wins in a season. Carolina then went to the Final Four
but fell 4-1 to eventual champion Clemson on the Tigers’ home field. The Tar
Heels were ranked sixth in the final Soccer America rankings and placed
sweeper David Smyth on the All-America team.
In 1988, Anson Dorrance’s final year as the men’s coach, the Tar Heels
defeated Wake Forest, 2-0, in the first round of the tournament. Both Tar Heel
goals came in the first half as Adam Tinkham scored on a breakaway and
Marc Buffin kicked one in from 25 yards out. For Carolina, it was the 10th
win in 11 games in a season-ending run, the only loss coming to Virginia in
the ACC Tournament championship game. The Tar Heels then advanced to
the South Region championship, where they lost 3-1 to the University of
South Carolina Gamecocks.
Under current coach Elmar Bolowich, Carolina again defeated Wake
Forest in the first round of the 1990 tournament. Freshmen Chris Lyn and
Brent Walker scored to give Carolina a 2-1 win and improve the series record
against the Demon Deacons to 9-1-2. In the second round, the Tar Heels were
defeated, 3-1, by Virginia at Charlottesville.
In the first round of the tournament in 1991, the Tar Heels defeated UNC
Charlotte, 1-0, at Fetzer Field. Todd Haskins scored the winning goal on an
assist by David Moore in the first overtime period. The Tar Heels then travelled to Saint Louis, falling 4-0 to the hometown Billikens.
In 1993, the Tar Heels were once again victorious in the first round, holding on for a 3-2 victory over Duke. Gregg Berhalter scored a pair of goals off
free kicks, then Chapel Hill native Greg Caiola came off the bench to score
the game-winner in the 69th minute. In the second round, the Tar Heels were
upset, 2-1, by Air Force after ACC Rookie of the Year Temoc Suarez suffered
a broken ankle midway through the first half.
Carolina returned to NCAA Tournament action in 1994 for the sixth time
in eight seasons. Despite possessing the home-field advantage, Carolina was
beaten by James Madison, 3-0, in the first round.
The Tar Heels made an NCAA Tournament appearance in 1999 after a
four-year absence. UNC played at No. 3 Furman and gave the Paladins, who
eventually reached the NCAA Quarterfinals, all they could handle before losing, 2-1, in overtime.
In 2000, Carolina was the top overall seed in the Tournament after winning
the ACC championship. UNC hosted three games at Fetzer Field, coming
back from a 2-0 deficit in the first round to defeat William & Mary, 3-2, in an
overtime game played in a driving snowstorm. The Heels downed Rhode
Island, 3-1, in the second round before losing to two-time defending NCAA
champion Indiana in the quarterfinals.
The 2001 Tar Heels notched the men’s first national title in their first-ever
appearance in a national title game. After a rousing, late-game comeback win
over Stanford to reach the finals, the Tar Heels faced and defeated five-time
champion Indiana, who entered the tournament having given up just six goals
all season. In addition, the Hoosiers had knocked UNC out in the quarterfinals the year before in Chapel Hill.
The Tar Heels used an early goal 12 minutes in off a header by junior Ryan
Kneipper to set the tone for the game and establish an early 1-0 lead. Kneipper
beat an Indiana defender and goalkeeper Colin Rogers to a long cross from
Matt Crawford and headed a shot from six yards out just inside the right post.
The Tar Heels then turned to their defense, led by senior captains Danny
Jackson and Chris Leitch, senior goalkeeper Michael Ueltschey, and sophomore David Stokes, who was assigned to Indiana all-everything player Pat
Noonan for most of the game. Indiana put pressure on the Heels, but could not
find a way to even the score against the stalwart Carolina defense.
At the 75 minute mark freshman Marcus Storey was fouled in the box, leading to a penalty kick by Jackson into the top left of the net, giving Carolina a
2-0 lead. The score would hold up as Carolina claimed its first-ever national
title.
The Tar Heels made their fourth consecutive tourney appearance in 2002.
Carolina opened its title defense with a 6-0 win over Winthrop in Chapel Hill,
paced by Kneipper’s school-record tying five goals. In the second round,
UNC fell on the road to Penn State, 1-0, in double overtime.
In 2003, UNC earned the No. 4 national seed and a first-round by but lost
to the nation’s highest-scoring team, Coastal Carolina, 3-0, at Fetzer Field in
the second round of the tourney.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
1968 (0-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 25,
Michigan State 5, UNC 0
Michigan State
1 1
2
North Carolina
0 0
0
MSU Goals: Tony Keyes 3, Tom Creft 2.
37, UNC 6.
1968
1—5
0—0
Shots: MSU
1987 (3-1)
First Round, Durham, N.C., Nov. 15, 1987
UNC 2, Duke 0
North Carolina
1 1—2
Duke
0 0—0
UNC Goals: Marc Buffin, Reid Storch. UNC Assists:
David Smyth, Derek Missimo. Saves: Darren Royer
(UNC) 6, Mark Dodd (DU) 5. Shots: UNC 14, DU 13.
Corner Kicks: UNC 2, DU 5. Fouls: UNC 30, DU 24.
Attendance: 3,500.
Second Round, Columbia, S.C., Nov. 22, 1987
UNC 2, South Carolina 1 (OT)
North Carolina
1 0
0 0
1—2
South Carolina
0 1
0 0
0—1
UNC Goals: John Cocking, Derek Missimo (Penalty
Kick in One-on-One Sudden Death Shootout); USC
Goals: Doug Allison. UNC Assists: Chad Ashton; USC
Assists: Scott Cook. Saves: Darren Royer (UNC) 5,
Charles Arndt (USC) 6. Shots: UNC 13, USC 12.
Corner Kicks: UNC 7, USC 3. Fouls: UNC 30, USC
31.
Quarterfinal, Baltimore, Md., Nov. 29, 1987
UNC 1, Loyola (Md.) 0
North Carolina
1 0—1
Loyola (Md.)
0 0—0
UNC Goal: Derek Missimo. Assists: UNC: Chad
Ashton. Saves: Darren Royer (UNC) 4, Dave Barrueta
(LC) 3. Shots: UNC 8, LC 10. Corner Kicks: UNC 5,
LC 8. Fouls: UNC 40, LC 36. Attendance: 1,460.
Semifinal, Clemson, S.C., Dec. 5, 1987
Clemson 4, UNC 1
North Carolina
0 1—1
Clemson
2 2—4
UNC Goal: Derek Missimo; CU Goals: Pearse Tormey
2, Bruce Murray, David Veghte; UNC Assists: Chad
Ashton; CU Assists: Paul Rutenis, Bruce Murray,
Pearse Tormey, David Veghte. Saves: Darren Royer
(UNC) 8, Tim Genovese (CU) 5. Shots: UNC 9, CU 23.
Corner Kicks: UNC 3, CU 6. Fouls: UNC 23, CU 28.
Attendance: 6,000.
1988 (1-1)
First Round, Winston-Salem, N.C., Nov. 12, 1988
UNC 2, Wake Forest 0
North Carolina
2 0—2
Wake Forest
0 0—0
UNC Goals: Adam Tinkham, Marc Buffin. UNC Assists:
Dino Megaloudis. Saves: Darren Royer (UNC) 5, Scott
Wehmer (WFU) 3. Shots: UNC 8, WFU 7. Corner
Kicks: UNC 1, WFU 2. Fouls: UNC 19, WFU 27.
Attendance: 970.
Second Round, Columbia, S.C., Nov. 20, 1988
South Carolina 3, UNC 1
North Carolina
0 1—1
South Carolina
2 1—3
UNC Goal: Derek Missimo; USC Goals: Phil
Seidenburg, Granville Pope, Clark Brisson. USC
Assists: Clark Brisson, Pat Walsh, Charles Arndt,
Granville Pope. Saves: Darren Royer (UNC) 5,
Charles Arndt (USC) 2. Shots: UNC 7, USC 18.
Corner Kicks: UNC 2, USC 6. Fouls: UNC 29, USC
29. Attendance: 1,516.
1990 (1-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 10, 1990
UNC 2, Wake Forest 1
Wake Forest
0 1—1
North Carolina
1 1—2
WFU Goal: Rob Dixon; UNC Goals: Chris Lyn, Brent
Walker. WFU: Assists: Nigel McNamara. Saves: Matt
Olsen (WFU) 5, Watson Jennison (UNC) 2. Shots:
WFU 10, UNC 15. Corner Kicks: WFU 4, UNC 3.
Fouls: WFU 22, UNC 18. Attendance: 760.
Second Round, Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 18, 1990
Virginia 3, UNC 1
North Carolina
0 1—1
Virginia
1 2—3
UNC Goal: Derek Missimo; UVa Goals: Tim Kunihiro,
Lyle Yorks, Kris Kelderman. UNC Assists: Ritchie
Wachsman; UVa Assists: Craig Brannan, Lyle Yorks,
Brian Bates, Ben Crawley, Brad Agoos. Saves: Watson
Jennison (UNC) 4, Jeff Causey (UVA) 5. Shots: UNC
11, UVA 8. Corner Kicks: UNC 9, UVA 3. Fouls: UNC
24, UVA 18. Attendance: 1,500.
1991 (1-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 17, 1991
UNC 1, UNC Charlotte 0 (OT)
UNC Charlotte
0 0
0 0—0
North Carolina
0 0
1 0—1
UNC Goal: Todd Haskins. UNC Assist: David Moore.
Saves: Aidan Heaney (UNC-C) 5, Watson Jennison
(UNC) 5, Derek Kepner (UNC) 1. Shots: UNC-C 11,
UNC 15. Corner Kicks: UNC-C 8, UNC 8. Fouls:
UNC-C 26, UNC 25. Attendance: 1,200.
Second Round, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 23, 1991
Saint Louis 4, UNC 0
North Carolina
0 0—0
Saint Louis
1 3—4
SLU Goals: Steve Kuntz, Shane Battelle, Brian
McBride, Mike Sorber. SLU Assists: Jeff Davis, Chris
Santel, Scott McDoniel, Dan Merlo. Saves: Watson
Jennison (UNC) 9, Shaun Fogarty (SLU) 2, Steve Kuntz
(SLU) 1. Shots: UNC 8, SLU 17. Corner Kicks: UNC
3, SLU 5. Fouls: UNC 17, SLU 28. Attendance: 1,085.
Marc Buffin heads the ball against Duke in a
1987 first-round win on the way to the Final
Four, the first in program history.
1993 (1-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 13, 1993
UNC 3, Duke 2
Duke
0 2—2
North Carolina
1 2—3
DU Goals: Jason Kreis, Kevin Stein; UNC Goals:
Gregg Berhalter 2, Greg Caiola. Duke Assists: Kevin
Stein, Jason Kreis; UNC Assists: Kerry Zavagnin,
Temoc Suarez, Todd Haskins, Gregg Berhalter. Saves:
Garth Lagerway (Duke) 6, Dimitry Drouin (UNC) 2.
Shots: Duke 8, UNC 11. Corner Kicks: Duke 1, UNC 4.
Fouls: Duke 17, UNC 21. Attendance: 2,400.
Second Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 20, 1993
Air Force 2, UNC 1
Air Force
1 1—2
North Carolina
1 0—1
AFA Goals: Gerald Forturna, Brian Bergeron; UNC
Goal: Gregg Berhalter. AFA Assists: John Stratton,
Chris Cullen; UNC Assists: Todd Haskins, Derek
Kepner. Saves: Matt Mennell (AFA) 2, Dimitry Drouin
(UNC) 6, Chris Lyn (UNC) 1. Shots: AFA 16, UNC 8.
Corner Kicks: AFA 6, UNC 2. Fouls: AFA 10, UNC 14.
Attendance: 1,300.
1994 (0-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 20, 1994
James Madison 3, UNC 0
James Madison
1 2—3
North Carolina
0 0—0
JMU Goals: Patrick McSorley 2, Kaarlo Kankkunen.
JMU Assists: Mark Mathewson, Kaarlo Kankkunen.
Saves: Barry Purcell (JMU) 4; Roger Componovo
(UNC) 4. Shots: JMU 15, UNC 12. Corner Kicks: JMU
7, UNC 8. Fouls: JMU 17, UNC 18. Attendance:
1,020.
1999 (0-1)
First Round, Greenville, S.C., Nov. 21, 1999
Furman 2, UNC 1 (OT)
North Carolina
0 1
0—1
Furman
0 1
1—2
UNC Goal: Chris Leitch. FU Goals: John Barry Nysum,
Carl Junot. UNC Assists: Jon Wean, Joey DiSalvo. FU
Assists: Carl Junot, Daniel Alvarez, John Bradford.
Saves: Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 1; William Woodroffe
(UNC) 1; Scott Blount (FU) 6. Shots: UNC 16, UF 9.
Corner Kicks: UNC 8, FU 3. Fouls: UNC 19, UF 15.
Attendance: 1,158.
2000 (2-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 19, 2000
UNC 3, William & Mary 2 (OT)
William & Mary
0 2
0—2
North Carolina
0 2
1—3
UNC Goals: Matt Laycock 2, Ryan Kneipper. W&M
Goals: Carlos Garcia, Phillip Hucles. UNC Assists:
Chris Carrieri 2, Matt Crawford, Matt Crawford. W&M
Assists: Kevin Knott. Saves: Michael Ueltschey (UNC)
2; Trevor Upton (W&M) 6. Shots: UNC 20, W&M 8.
Corner Kicks: UNC 9, W&M 2. Fouls: UNC 16, W&M
26. Attendance: 855.
Second Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 26, 2000
UNC 3, Rhode Island 1
Rhode Island
0 1—1
North Carolina
0 3—3
UNC Goals: Chris Carrieri, Caleb Norkus, Ryan
Kneipper. URI Goal: Nicholas McCreath. UNC Assists:
Noz Yamauchi, Logan Pause, Sean McGinty. Saves:
Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 6, Mark Bryant (URI) 4. Shots:
UNC 17, URI 12. Corner Kicks: UNC 8, URI 6. Fouls:
UNC 17, URI 15. Attendance: 1,205
Quarterfinal, Chapel Hill, N.C., Dec. 2, 2000
Indiana 1, UNC 0
Indiana
0 1—1
North Carolina
0 0—0
IU Goal: Ryan Mack. IU Assist: Pat Noonan. Saves:
Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 4, Colin Rogers (IU) 6. Shots:
UNC 18, IU 8. Corner Kicks: UNC 8, IU 4. Fouls: UNC
10, IU 24. Attendance: 1,925.
2001 (5-0)
Second Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 25, 2001
UNC 3, Towson 0
Towson
0 0—0
North Carolina
1 2—3
UNC Goals: Ryan Kneipper 2, Chris Leitch. UNC
Assists: Ryan Kneipper, David Stokes, Grant Porter.
Saves: Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 5; Chris Hurley (TU) 10.
Shots: UNC 27, TU 7. Corner Kicks: UNC 7, TU 4.
Fouls: UNC 9, TU 6. Attendance: 475.
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CAROLINA RECORDS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
Individual - Game
Most Goals:
5
Ryan Kneipper vs. Winthrop
(11/22/2002)
Most Assists:
3
Matt Crawford vs. Winthrop
(11/22/2002)
Most Points:
10 Ryan Kneipper vs. Winthrop
(11/22/2002)
Most Saves:
9
Watson Jennison vs. Saint Louis
(11/23/91)
Tar Heels Danny Jackson, Matt Crawford, Ray Fumo, Noz
Yamauchi and David Stokes celebrate the four-overtime win
over Stanford in the semifinals of the 2001 College Cup.
Third Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Dec. 2, 2001
UNC 1, American 0 (OT)
American
0 0
0—0
North Carolina
0 0
1—1
UNC Goals: Mike Gell. UNC Assists: David Testo, Matt Crawford. Saves: Michael
Ueltschey (UNC) 2; Michael Behonick (AU) 8. Shots: UNC 16, AU 5. Corner Kicks:
UNC 4, AU 2. Fouls: UNC 11, AU 16. Attendance: 905.
Quarterfinal, Chapel Hill, N.C., Dec. 9, 2001
UNC 3, Fairleigh Dickinson 2 (3 OT)
Fairleigh Dicksinson
1 1
0 0
0—2
North Carolina
0 2
0 0
1—3
UNC Goals: Ryan Kneipper 2, own goal 1. UNC Assists: Ray Fumo, Mike Gell. Saves:
Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 1; Vytautas Lenkutis (FDU) 14. Shots: UNC 43, FDU 6.
Corner Kicks: UNC 11, FDU 1. Fouls: UNC 18, FDU 28. Attendance: 1205.
Semifinal, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 14, 2001
UNC 3, Stanford 2 (4 OT)
North Carolina
0 2
0 0
0 1—3
Stanford
1 1
0 0
0 0—2
UNC Goals: David Testo, Matt Crawford, Mike Gell. UNC Assists: Michael Ueltschey.
Saves: Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 6; Andrew Terris (SU) 5. Shots: UNC 21, SU 30.
Corner Kicks: UNC 5, SU 3. Fouls: UNC 10, SU 10. Attendance: 4820.
Final, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 16, 2001
UNC 2, Indiana 0
North Carolina
1 1—2
Indiana
0 0—0
UNC Goals: Ryan Kneipper, Danny Jackson. UNC Assists: Matt Crawford, Grant
Porter. Saves: Michael Ueltschey (UNC) 2; Colin Rogers (IU) 2. Shots: UNC 9, IU 6.
Corner Kicks: UNC 3, IU 36. Fouls: UNC 19, IU 13. Attendance: 7113.
2002 (1-1)
First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 22, 2002
UNC 6, Winthrop 0
Winthrop
0 0—0
North Carolina
2 4—6
UNC Goals - Ryan Kneipper 5, David Stokes. UNC Assists: Matt Crawford 3, Sean
McGinty 2, Marcus Storey 2, Grant Porter, David Testo.
Saves: Ford Williams (UNC) 0; Steve Winton (WU) 5. Shots: UNC 23, WU 5.
Corner Kicks: UNC 5, WU 4. Fouls: UNC 15, WU 15. Attendance: 525.
Second Round, University Park, Pa., Nov. 27, 2002
Penn State 1, UNC 0 (2 OT)
North Carolina
0 0
0 0—0
Penn State
0 0
0 1—1
PSU Goal: Chad Sievers. PSU Assist: David Walters. Saves: Ford Williams (UNC)
2; Ryan Sickman (PSU) 2. Shots: UNC 8, PSU 8, Corner Kicks: UNC 10, PSU 4.
Fouls: UNC 16, PSU 18. Attendance: 568
Individual - Tournament
Most Goals:
5
Most Assists:
3
3
Most Points:
12
Most Saves:
23
Ryan Kneipper, 2001, 2002
Chad Ashton, 1987
Matt Crawford, 2002
Ryan Kneipper, 2001
Darren Royer, 1987
12
7
26
33
Ryan Kneipper, 1999-2002
Matt Crawford, 1999-2002
Ryan Kneipper, 1999-2002
Darren Royer, 1985-88
Team - Tournament
Most Shots:
Most Goals:
Most Assists:
Most Points:
40
6
9
21
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
95
12
9
33
2001,
2001,
2001,
2001,
Team - Game
Most Shots
Most Goals:
Most Assists:
Most Points:
37
5
5
12
Michigan State (11/25/68)
Michigan State (11/25/68)
Virginia (11/18/90)
Clemson (12/5/87)
Individual - Career
Most Goals:
Most Assists:
Most Points:
Most Saves:
Team - Game
Most Shots:
Most Goals:
Most Assists:
Most Points:
Fairleigh Dickinson (12/8/2001)
Winthrop (11/22/2002)
Winthrop (11/22/2002)
Winthrop (11/22/2002)
five
five
five
five
games
games
games
games
OPPONENT RECORDS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
Individual - Game
Most Goals:
3
Tony Keyes, Michigan State
(11/25/68)
Most Assists:
1
35 players on 35 occasions
Most Points:
6
Tony Keyes, Michigan State
(11/25/68)
Most Saves:
14 Vytautas Lenkutis, Fairleigh
Dickinson
(12/8/2001)
*Please note: Statistics for assists, points and saves are not
available from the 1968 game versus Michigan State.
2003 (0-1)
Second Round, Chapel Hill, N.C., Nov. 26, 2003
Coastal Carolina 3, UNC 0
Coastal Carolina
1 2—3
North Carolina
0 0—0
CCU Goals - Mubarike Chisoni, Joseph Ngwenya, Jordie Hughes. CCU Assists:
Itayi Pondwa, Boyzzz Khumalo, Joseph Ngwenya.
Saves: Justin Hughes (UNC) 5; Andrew Paxton (CCU) 3. Shots: UNC 12, WU 12.
Corner Kicks: CCU 5, UNC 2. Fouls: CCU 18, UNC 11. Attendance: 872.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
CAROLINA ALL-AMERICAS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Frank Nelson, Midfielder — 1947
• Carolina’s first All-America in its inaugural season as a varsity team, 1947
David Smyth, Sweeper
1987
• First-team All-ACC sweeper
in 1987
• Second-team All-ACC midfielder in 1986
• Named first-team NSCAA
All-America in ’87
• Among Carolina’s top 10 in career goals,
assists and points
• Was a finalist for National Player of the Year
honors in ‘87
• Named one of the top 50 players in ACC history in 2002
Eddie Foy, Right Wing — 1951
• Starred for interim coach Alan Moore in
1951
• Won All-America honors in ‘51
• Was one of three Tar Heel All-Americas
in the 1950s
Pete Cothran, Left Wing — 1956
• Developed into an All-America in 1956, soon after head
coach Marvin Allen returned from his military service in
Korea
Bill Blair, Right Midfielder —
1957
• Developed into an All-America in 1957,
shortly after head coach Marvin Allen
returned from his military service in Korea
David Smyth
Francis “Terry” Henry, Left Back — 1966
• A defender and one of three UNC All-America choices in the 1960s
• Francis E. Henry Stadium, home to the Carolina women’s lacrosse and
field hockey teams, is named in the honor of Henry and his father
Louis Bush, Midfielder — 1967
• Midfielder was one of three UNC All-America choices
in the 1960s
Mark Packard, Midfielder — 1968, 1969
• Two-time All-America in the midfield in 1968 and
1969
• The first two-time All-America in Carolina history
• First-ream All-ACC in ’68
• Second-team All-ACC in ’69
Ricky Marvin, Sweeper — 1981
• Two-year team captain
• First-team All-ACC in 1980 and ‘81
• Second-team in 1978 and ‘79
Ricky Marvin’s Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS
Goals Assists
1978
19/18
3
2
1979
24/23
6
3
1980
22/22
3
9
1981
21/21
2
3
Totals
86/84
14
17
Points
8
15
15
7
45
David Smyth’s
Year GP/GS
1984 16/14
1985 18/16
1986 21/21
1987 24/24
Totals 79/75
Career
Goals
8
5
8
7
28
Statistics
Assists Points
8
24
6
16
5
21
8
22
27
83
Chad Ashton, Sweeper — 1988
• Led the ACC in assists and earned second-team AllACC honors in 1987
• Second-team All-ACC in 1988 and 1989
• UNC’s career leader in assists (43) and tied for seventh
in points (83).
• Now the head coach at the University of Denver
Chad Ashton’s Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Goals Assists
1986
21/21 3
10
1987
25/25 5
12
1988
24/24 7
9
1989
19/19 5
12
Totals 89/89 20
43
Points
16
22
23
22
83
Gregg Berhalter, Sweeper — 1992, 1993
• First-team All-ACC and third-team All-America in
1992
• First-team All-ACC and third-team All-America in
1993
• Bypassed his senior season to play professionally in
Europe
• Player on the U.S. National Team since 1994
• Member of the U.S. World Cup team in 2002
• Named one of the top 50 players in ACC history in 2002
Gregg Berhalter’s Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Goals Assists Points
1991
22/22 1
2
4
1992
15/15 5
2
12
1993
21/20 7
6
20
Totals 58/57 13
10
36
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Career
Goals
16
16
8
7
47
Statistics
Assists Points
7
39
7
39
8
24
10
24
32
126
Eddie Pope, Sweeper
1994
• First-team All-America and firstteam All-ACC in 1995
• Second-team All-ACC in 1994
• Played on the 1996 U.S. Olympic
men’s soccer team
• U.S. National Team member since 1996
• Starter for the 1998 and 2002 U.S. World Cup
teams
• Named one of the top 50 players in ACC history
in 2002
Eddie Pope’s Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Goals Assists
1992
20/20 0
0
1993
22/22 3
1
1994
20/20 7
4
1995
9/8
3
0
Totals 71/70 13
5
Points
0
7
18
6
31
Carey Talley, Sweeper
1995, 1996, 1997
• 1994 ACC Rookie of the Year and
second-team All-ACC
• Second-team All-ACC and thirdteam All-America in 1995
• Third-team All-America and firstteam All-ACC selection in 1996
• First-team All-ACC and third-team All-America
as a senior in 1997
• Named one of the top 50 players in ACC history
in 2002
Carey Talley’s Career Statistics
Year
GP/GS Goals Assists
1994
20/20 3
5
1995
20/20 8
2
1996
16/16 9
5
1997
19/17 6
10
Totals 75/73 26
22
Chris Carrieri’s
Year
GP/GS
1998
19/19
1999
20/20
2000
24/24
Totals 63/63
Career Statistics
Goals Assists
13
3
12
5
25
14
0
22
Points
29
29
64
122
Bill Richards
Suarez’s
GP/GS
22/21
20/20
17/16
17/16
76/73
Gregg Berhalter
Carey Talley
Danny Jackson, Sweeper
2000, 2001
• Scored the Tar Heels’ second goal
(on a penalty kick) in Carolina’s 2-0
win over Indiana in the 2001 NCAA
championship game
• One of the top defenders in ACC
history
• Second-team All-America in 2000 and a consensus first-team choice in 2001.
• First-team All-ACC in 2000 and ‘01
• Second-team All-ACC in 1999
• Three-time team captain
• Dean’s List student who graduated from UNC in
just seven semesters before being drafted by the
Colorado Rapids of the MLS in 2002
Danny
Year
1998
1999
2000
2001
Totals
Jackson’s Career
GP/GS Goals
17/17 1
20/20 3
24/24 1
25/25 1
86/86 6
Statistics
Assists Points
5
7
4
10
4
6
2
4
15
27
Brad Smith
Temoc
Year
1993
1994
1995
1996
Totals
Chris Carrieri, Forward
1999, 2000
• 1998 ACC Rookie of the Year
• Second-team All-ACC as a freshman
• First-team All-ACC and third-team
All-America in 1999
• In 2000, set school records for single-season
points (64) and goals (25)
• The 2000 ACC Player of the Year
• First-team All-America who led the nation in
scoring in 2000
• The first overall pick in the 2001 MLS Super
Draft to San Jose
• Traded to Colorado during his first season
• Named one of the top 50 players in ACC history
in 2002
CAROLINA ALL-AMERICAS
Temoc Suarez, Forward
1993, 1994
• Second-team All-America, firstteam All-ACC and ACC Rookie of
the Year in 1993
• Second-team All-America and
first-team All-ACC again in 1994
• Second-team All-ACC choice in 1995 and 1996
• Third in UNC history in goals (47), second in
points (126) and fourth in assists (32).
(Note: No photos available of Cothran and
Henry; Stats not available for all players)
Points
11
18
23
22
74
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Temoc Suarez
TAR HEELS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCCER
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
FORMER TAR HEELS IN
PRO SOCCER IN 2004
Gregg Berhalter
Energie Cottbus - Germany
Chris Carrieri
Rochester Rhinos - A League
Matt Crawford
Colorado Rapids - MLS
Marco Feruzzi
Minnesota Thunder - A League
Danny Jackson
Seattle Sounders - A League
Chris Leitch
NY/NJ MetroStars - MLS
Caleb Norkus
Richmond Kickers - A League
Logan Pause
Chicago Fire - MLS
Eddie Pope
NY/NJ MetroStars - MLS
Eddie Robinson
San Jose Earthquakes - MLS
David Stokes
D.C. United - MLS
Carey Talley
Dallas Burn - MLS
David Testo
Columbus Crew - A League
Michael Ueltschey
Puerto Rico Islanders - A League
Kerry Zavagnin
Kansas City Wizards - MLS
Eight-time all-star Eddie Pope
of the NY/NJ MetroStars was
the leading all-star vote-getter
from MLS players in 2004.
TAR HEELS IN THE MLS DRAFT
MLS College Draft (1996-99)
Left to Right:
Logan Pause,
Chicago Fire; Matt
Crawford, Colorado
Rapids; Eddie
Robinson, San Jose
Earthquakes. All
MLS photos courtesy AllSport/Getty
Images
MLS SuperDraft (2000-04) (continued)
Year
1996
1997
1998
Round
1st
1st
2nd
Pick
2nd
6th
14th
Player
Eddie Pope
Temoc Suarez
Carey Talley
Team
D.C. United
Dallas
D.C. United
Year
2000
2001
2001
2001
2002
2002
Round
3rd
1st
2nd
5th
2nd
4th
Pick
30th
1st
20th
50th
16th
47th
Player
Kerry Zavagnin
Chris Carrieri
Eddie Robinson
Caleb Norkus
Danny Jackson
Chris Leitch
Team
Kansas City
San Jose
San Jose
D.C. United
Colorado
Columbus
MLS SuperDraft (2000-04)
David Stokes (right), DC United
Year
2003
2003
2003
Round
1st
3rd
4th
Pick
5th
24th
38th
Player
David Stokes
Logan Pause
Matt Crawford
Team
D.C. United
Chicago
Colorado
Year
1996
1997
1997
Round
2nd
1st
3rd
Pick
18th
6th
21st
Player
Chad Ashton
Marco Ferruzzi
Kerry Zavagnin
Team
Dallas
Tampa Bay
Colorado
MLS Supplemental Draft (1996-99)
Inaugural MLS Draft (1996)
Year Round Pick Player
1996 15th
141st Todd Haskins
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Team
Columbus
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
CURRENT AND FORMER TAR HEELS IN
U.S. NATIONAL AGE-GROUP TEAM POOLS
Corey Ashe
Under-20
Chris Germani
Under-20
Michael Harrington
Under-20
Justin Hughes
Under-20
Logan Pause
Under-23
David Stokes
Under-23
David Testo
Under-23
Jamie Watson
Under-20
Defender Eddie Pope has been a part of
the U.S. Men’s National Team since 1996
and often serves as the squad’s captain.
Corey Ashe is one of five current Tar Heels in the
U.S. Under-20 National Team Pool.
AllSport/Getty Images
After making his U.S. National Team debut
in 2000, Kerry Zavagnin has seen his most
action with the team in 2004.
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International Sports Images
Gregg Berhalter
U.S. Soccer
TAR HEELS AND THE U.S. NATIONAL TEAM
FORMER TAR HEELS BERHALTER,
POPE PLAY FOR U.S. IN 2002 WORLD
CUP
Former University of North Carolina men's soccer
stars Gregg Berhalter and Eddie Pope were members
of the 23-man 2002 United States World Cup team.
The two defenders both started games for the U.S.
team during its 2002 qualifying campaign and World
Cup run.
Pope, who lettered at Carolina from 1992-95, made
his second World Cup appearance, having started three
FORMER TAR HEELS ON
World Cup games in 1998. A regular with the U.S.
THE U.S. NATIONAL TEAM
team throughout the last decade, Pope missed portions
Donald Cogsville (1988)
of the 1999 and 2000 seasons with a variety of injuries
Gregg Berhalter (1994-present) but re-emerged as one of the squad's top stars.
Eddie Pope (1996-present)
Berhalter lettered at Carolina from 1991-93 and has
Kerry Zavagnin (2000-present) played professionally in Europe since leaving Chapel
Hill prior to his senior season in 1994. Described in his
U.S. Soccer biography as "strong on the tackle ...
[with] good ball-handling skills," he started three games as a central defender during the
USA's 2002 qualifying season. It was his first World Cup appearance.
Both Pope and Berhalter showed their value to U.S. head coach Bruce Arena as tall, strong,
smart defenders able to match up with bigger offensive players.
The Tar Heel duo started alongside each other in the U.S. defensive unit in its victory over
Mexico and its loss to Germany in the quarterfinal round.
YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
YEARLY SCORING LEADERS
Year
Name
1947
Dave Boak
1948
Dave Boak
1949
Eddie Foy
1950
Art Winsor
1951
Gerry Russell
1952
Gerry Russell
1953
Rennie Randolph
1954
Jim Bryant
1955
Pete Cothran
Pat McCormick
Jim Skidmore
1956
Coleman Barks
1957
Mike Thompson
1958
Mike Thompson
1959
John Ghanim
1960
James Reston
1961
Herman Prakke
1962
James Reston
1963
Jim Talbot
1964
Jackie Writer
1965
Jackie Writer
1966
Jackie Writer
1967
Louis Bush
1968
Mark Packard
1969
Dave Feffer
Mark Packard
1970
Louis Bush
1971
Danny Ariail
1972
David Taylor
1973
David Harmon
1974
Dick Drayton
1975
Eric Cook
1976
Dick Drayton
1977
Sean Naber
1978
Steve Scott
1979
Chris Brown
John Mansfield
1980
Tony Johnson
1981
Tim Ensley
Tony Johnson
1982
Billy Hartman
1983
Shawn Ritchie
1984
David Smyth
1985
Tommy Nicholson
1986
Tommy Nicholson
David Smyth
1987
Derek Missimo
1988
Derek Missimo
1989
Derek Missimo
1990
Derek Missimo
1991
Todd Haskins
1992
Kerry Zavagnin
1993
Temoc Suarez
1994
Temoc Suarez
1995
Temoc Suarez
1996
Temoc Suarez
1997
Carey Talley
1998
Chris Carrieri
1999
Chris Carrieri
2000
Chris Carrieri
2001
Ryan Kneipper
2002
Ryan Kneipper
2003
Marcus Storey
Jamie Watson
G
7
8
8
5
6
7
6
4
3
3
3
5
9
9
16
13
8
13
6
7
9
10
16
6
5
5
7
7
9
7
4
7
9
9
8
10
11
9
12
12
10
16
8
9
6
8
13
12
20
11
8
6
16
16
8
7
6
13
12
25*^
14
18
6
5
*Atlantic Coast Conference Scoring Leader
^NCAA Leader
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
2
2
0
0
2
3
0
6
4
9
3
3
6
10
8
4
9
5
5
12
4
5
4
12
7
7
8
10
10
3
5
14
6
9
3
5
Pts.
14
14
16
10
12
14
12
8
6
6
6
10
18
18
32*
26
16
26
12
14
18
20*
32*
12
10
10
14
18
20
16
8
14
20
21
16
26
26
27
27
27
26
42
24
22
21
21
31
36*
44*
27
20
24
39
39
24
24
22
29
29
64*^
34
45
15
15
Justin Hughes posted a 0.62 goals against average in 2003, the second-lowest mark in program history.
YEARLY GOALKEEPING LEADERS
Year
Name
Min.
Sv.
1977
Martin Trimble
1445
102
1978
Kevin Kane
1357
58
1979
Kevin Kane
1652
99
1980
Kevin Kane
1770
123
1981
Geoff Drayton
1273
109
1982
Bruce Talbot
1671
103
1983
Larry Goldberg
1453
76
1984
Larry Goldberg
1660
65
1985
Darren Royer
1255
52
1986
Brad Davis
1222
41
1987
Darren Royer
2130
78
1988
Darren Royer
1571
68
1989
Watson Jennison
1394
62
1990
Watson Jennison
951
45
1991
Watson Jennison
2099
103
1992
Watson Jennison
1830
80
1993
Dimitry Drouin
1624
68
1994
Dimitry Drouin
1509
80
1995
Dimitry Drouin
1516
53
1996
Dimitry Drouin
1242
45
1997
William Woodroffe
678
30
1998
Michael Ueltschey
607
21
1999
Michael Ueltschey
1472
46
2000
Michael Ueltschey
1871
67
2001
Michael Ueltschey
2308
68
2002
Ford Williams
1600
46
2003
Justin Hughes
868
34
*Atlantic Coast Conference Leader
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GA
16
6
14
16
18
25
22
27
19
10
24
29
24
14
17
25
31
26
23
27
12
9
17
16
10
16
6
GAA
1.00
0.40
0.76
0.81*
1.27
1.35
1.36
1.55
1.36
0.73
0.94
1.66
1.55
1.32
0.73*
1.23
1.72
1.55
1.37
1.96
1.59
1.33
1.04
0.77*
0.74
0.90
0.62
Sho.
9
9
5
11
6
8
6
5
5
8
10*
3
5
1
11*
8*
4
4.5
5
3.8
2
1.5
6
9*
12*
5
5
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
CAREER SCORING LEADERS
CAREER
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
CAREER
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
CAREER
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
GOALS SCORED
Name (Years Played)
Derek Missimo (1987-90)
Chris Carrieri (1998-2000)
Temoc Suarez (1993-96)
Caleb Norkus (1997-2000)
Ryan Kneipper (1999-2002)
Mark Devey (1982-86)
Tony Johnson (1979-82)
Donald Cogsville (1984-88)
Billy Hartman (1981-84)
David Smyth (1984-87)
Goals
56
50
47
40
39
32
32
29
28
28
ASSISTS
Name (Years Played)
Chad Ashton (1986-89)
Matt Crawford (1999-2002)
Dino Megaloudis (1985-88)
Billy Hartman (1981-84)
Temoc Suarez (1993-96)
Michael Bucy (1997-2000)
Noz Yamauchi (1998-2001)
Mark Devey (1982-86)
David Smyth (1984-87)
Derek Missimo (1987-90)
Assists
43
35
34
33
32
30
29
27
27
26
TOTAL POINTS
Name (Years Played)
Derek Missimo (1987-90)
Temoc Suarez (1993-96)
Chris Carrieri (1998-2000)
Caleb Norkus (1997-2000)
Ryan Kneipper (1999-2002)
Mark Devey (1982-86)
Billy Hartman (1981-84)
Chad Ashton (1986-89)
David Smyth (1984-87)
Tony Johnson (1979-82)
Carey Talley (1994-97)
Points
138
126
122
101
95
91
88
83
83
82
82
Chris Carrieri led the ACC and the nation in scoring in 2000 and
finished his career second in school history in goals.
Chad Ashton (1986-89) is the Tar Heels’ all-time assists leader.
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Jon Gardiner
Derek Missimo, who starred at Carolina from 1987-90, is the Tar Heels’
all-time leader in goals scored and career total points.
TAR HEEL RECORD BOOK
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
TEAM RECORDS
Most Consecutive Matches Without a
Loss
15 (Old Dominion match on 9/27/2000
through Rhode Island match on
11/26/2000)
SINGLE MATCH
Most Goals Scored
15 vs. Emory, 10-31-58 (15-1)
Most Goals Allowed
8 vs. Maryland, 11-18-53 (1-8)
8 vs. Clemson, 11-9-76 (0-8)
Most Consecutive Shutouts
6 (The Citadel match on 10-7-92 through
Winthrop match on 10-28-92)
Largest Margin of Victory
14 vs. Emory, 10-31-58 (15-1)
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
Largest Margin of Defeat
8 vs. Clemson, 11-9-76 (0-8)
SINGLE MATCH
Most Goals
5 by James Reston vs. N.C. State,
10-18-62
5 by Ryan Kneipper vs. Winthrop,
11-22-02
Most Goals Scored in an ACC Match
9 vs. N.C. State, 10-18-62 (9-1)
Largest Margin of Victory in an ACC
Match
8 vs. N.C. State, 10-18-62 (9-1)
Most Goals Allowed in an ACC Match
8 vs. Maryland, 11-18-53 (1-8)
8 vs. Clemson, 11-9-76 (0-8)
Largest Margin of Defeat in an ACC
Match
8 vs. Clemson, 11-9-76 (0-8)
Ryan Kneipper tied single-game school
records with five goals and 10 points
against Winthrop in the 2002 NCAA
Tournament.
Best Assists Per Match Average
3.73, 1980 (82 assists in 22 matches)
Best Points Per Match Average
10.10, 1983 (212 points in 21 matches)
Most Assists in a Match
12 vs. East Carolina, 9-13-80 (10-0)
12 vs. Barton, 9-9-87 (12-0)
Most Victories
21, 2000 (21-3-0)
21, 2001 (21-4-0)
Most Points in a Match
36 vs. Barton, 9-9-87 (12-0)
Best Winning Percentage
.909, 1959 (10-1-0)
Most Saves in a Match
40 vs. West Chester, 10-16-61 (0-2)
Best Goals Against Average
0.63, 1978 (12 goals in 19 matches)
SEASON
Most Goals Scored
73, 2000 (24 matches)
Most Assists
82, 1980 (22 matches)
82, 2000 (24 matches)
Most Points
228, 2000 (24 matches)
Most Saves
167, 1981 (21 matches)
Most Shutouts
14, 2001 (25 matches)
Most Overtime Matches Played
10, 1979 (24 matches)
Best Goals Per Match Average
4.10, 1966 (41 goals in 10 matches)
Fewest Goals Allowed
9, 1949 (9 matches)
9, 1955 (8 matches)
9, 1966 (10 matches)
Most Goals Allowed
38, 1997 (19 matches)
Most Goals Allowed Per Game
3.25, 1953 (26 goals in 8 matches)
MISCELLANEOUS
Most Consecutive Matches Scoring a
Goal
36 (All 22 matches in 1993 season and
first 14 matches of 1994 season)
Most Consecutive Victories
15 (Old Dominion match on 9/27/2000
through Rhode Island match on
11/26/2000)
Most Assists
4 by Steve Scott vs. UNC Charlotte,
10-29-77
4 by Ricky Marvin vs. UNC Charlotte,
9-10-80
Most Points
10 by James Reston vs. N.C. State,
10-18-62
10 by Ryan Kneipper vs. Winthrop,
11-22-02
Most Saves, One Goalkeeper
35 by Tom Griffith vs. West Chester,
10-16-61
Most Saves, Two Goalkeepers
40 by Tom Griffith (35) and Larry Steele
(5) vs. West Chester, 10-16-61
Most Saves in a Shutout
25 by Martin Trimble vs. Appalachian
State, 10-5-77
SEASON
Most Goals in a Season
25 by Chris Carrieri, 2000 (led nation)
20 by Derek Missimo, 1989
18 by Ryan Kneipper, 2002
16 by John Ghanim, 1959
16 by Louis Bush, 1967
16 by Shawn Ritchie, 1983
16 by Temoc Suarez, 1993
16 by Temoc Suarez, 1994
15 by Marc Devey, 1983
15 by Caleb Norkus, 2000
14 by Donald Cogsville, 1988
14 by Todd Haskins, 1993
14 by Ryan Kneipper, 2001
13 by James Reston, 1960
13 by James Reston, 1962
13 by Derek Missimo, 1987
13 by Chris Carrieri, 1998
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
TAR HEEL RECORD BOOK
Most Saves in a Season
162 by Larry Steele, 1960
Most Shutouts in a Season
12 by Michael Ueltschey, 2001
Most Matches Played in a Season
25 by Chad Ashton, Marc Buffin, John
Cocking, Donald Cogsville, Steve
Dragisics, Nick Efthimou, Derek Missimo
and Darren Royer, 1987
25 by Matt Crawford, Danny Jackson,
Chris Leitch, David Stokes, Marcus
Storey, David Testo, Michael Ueltschey
and Noz Yamauchi, 2001
Current U.S. national team member Kerry
Zavagnin set a Carolina freshman record
with 12 assists in 1992.
Most Goals in a Season by a Freshman
16 by Louis Bush, 1967
16 by Shawn Ritchie, 1983
16 by Temoc Suarez, 1993
Most Assists in a Season
16 by Matt Crawford, 2002
15 by Victor Suarez, 1994
15 by Michael Bucy, 2000
14 by Chris Carrieri, 2000
13 by Caleb Norkus, 2000
12 by Billy Hartman, 1983
12 by Chad Ashton, 1987
12 by Derek Missimo,1988
12 by Chad Ashton, 1989
12 by Kerry Zavagnin, 1992
12 by Hector Suarez, 1993
11 by Dino Megaloudis, 1985
11 by Noz Yamauchi, 2001
Most Matches Started in a Season
25 by Chad Ashton, Marc Buffin, Donald
Cogsville, Steve Dragisics and Darren
Royer in 1987
25 by Matt Crawford, Danny Jackson,
Chris Leitch, David Stokes, Michael
Ueltschey and Noz Yamauchi, 2001
Most Goalkeeper Minutes Played
2,310 by Darren Royer, 1987
Best Goalkeeper Goals Against
Average
0.40 by Kevin Kane, 1978
CAREER
Most Goals
56 by Derek Missimo, 1987-90
Most Assists
43 by Chad Ashton, 1986-89
Most Points
138 by Derek Missimo, 1987-90
Most Assists in a Season by a Freshman
12 by Kerry Zavagnin, 1992
12 by Hector Suarez, 1993
Most Points in a Season
64 by Chris Carrieri, 2000 (led nation)
45 by Ryan Kneipper, 2002
44 by Derek Missimo, 1989
43 by Caleb Norkus, 2000
42 by Shawn Richie, 1983
39 by Temoc Suarez, 1993
39 by Temoc Suarez, 1994
38 by Todd Haskins, 1993
38 by Matt Crawford, 2002
37 by Marc Devey, 1983
36 by Derek Missimo,1988
34 by Ryan Kneipper, 2001
33 by Michael Bucy, 2000
32 by Louis Bush, 1967
Most Saves
290 by Watson Jennison, 1989-92
Most Shutouts
28.5 by Michael Ueltschey, 1998-2001
Most Matches Played
88 by Chris Leitch, 1998-2001
88 by Noz Yamauchi, 1998-2001
Most Matches Started
87 by Chris Leitch, 1998-2001
Carolina’s all-time leader in saves and minutes played in goal, Watson Jennings
recorded six consecutive shutouts in 1992.
Best Goalkeeper Goals Against
Average
0.67 by Kevin Kane, 1977-80
MISCELLANEOUS
Most Consecutive Shutouts
6 by Watson Jennison (The Citadel
match on 10-7-92 through Winthrop
match on 10-28-92)
Most Consecutive Matches Scoring a
Point
16 by Chris Carrieri (Clemson match on
9-10-2000 through South Carolina match
on 11-5-2000)
Most Consecutive Matches Scoring a
Goal
11 by Chris Carrieri (Old Dominion
match on 9-27-2000 through South
Carolina match on 11-5-2000)
Most Consecutive Matches with an
Assist
6 by Jay Ainslie (Belmont Abbey match
on 10-19-83 through Wake Forest match
on 11-5-83)
Most Goalkeeper Minutes Played
6,274 by Watson Jennison, 1989-92
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MICELLANEOUS RECORDS/ACC INFORMATION
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
CAROLINA RECORDS IN REGULAR-SEASON TOURNAMENTS
Tournament
Year
Mayor’s Cup
1978-80
Lynchburg Blue Ridge Tournament 1979
Williamsburg Kiwanis Classic
1979
Harbour Front Kiwanis Classic
1980, 82
South Carolina Invitational
1982
Wolfpack Classic
1983-84
Patriot Invitational
1983-87
Tar Heel Invitational
1986-88
Florida Invitational Cup
1986
Indiana adidas-Met Life Classic
1988, 94
Central Florida Invitational
1988
Demon Deacon Weekend Challenge 1989-92
Great Carolina Shootout
1990
adidas Carolina Classic
1991-95
Chiquita Invitational
1993
Sheraton/Lanzera Classic
1993
South Carolina MetLife Classic
1994
UConn/New England Ford
Dealers Soccer Classic
1995
adidas/Eurosport Carolina Classic 1996-97
Nike Wake Forest Classic
1998, 2003
Nike Carolina Classic
1998-00, 02-03
Diadora Creighton Classic
1999
UAB Nike Classic
2000
UNC Greensboro Classic
2000-2001
Saint Louis Soccer Classic
2001
Brown Classic
2002
Vermont Soccer Classic
2003
Totals
Record
4-2-0
0-0-2
1-1-0
2-1-1
1-0-1
3-1-0
6-3-1
4-2-0
1-1-0
2-2-0
2-0-0
5-3-0
2-0-0
10-0-0
0-2-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
2-0-0
3-1-0
3-1-0
10-0-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
6-0-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
1-0-1
74-26-6
CAROLINA RECORDS IN OVERTIME GAMES
Versus All Opponents: 51-26-63
In Penalty Kicks: 2-1 (in 1987 vs. South Carolina, 1992 vs.
Wake Forest and 2003 vs. NC State)
Most Overtimes in One Season: 10 overtime games in 1979;
4-1-5 record
In NCAA Tournament Games: 6-2 (most recent in 2002 vs.
Penn State)
In ACC Tournament Games: 4-1-2 (most recent in 2003 vs.
NC State; penalty kick win vs. Wake Forest in 1992 and loss
vs. NC State in 2003 officially recorded as ties)
TOP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10 MEN’S SOCCER CROWDS AT FETZER FIELD
3,825
Carolina vs. Duke (10/2/99)
3,572
Carolina vs. Virginia (9/29/96)
3,189
Carolina vs. Duke (9/24/03)
3,086
Carolina vs. Maryland (10/5/03)
3,055
Carolina vs. Virginia (9/21/02)
3,051
Carolina vs. Duke (9/29/01)
2,642
Carolina vs. Clemson (11/1/03)
2,582
Carolina vs. Wake Forest (10/26/02)
2,500
Carolina vs. Virginia (9/25/94)
2,500
Carolina vs. Duke (10/1/95)
(Since 1990 Renovation)
THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
THE TRADITION
Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today's
intercollegiate athletics, competition has
become so balanced and so competitive
that it is virtually impossible to maintain a
high level of consistency.
Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has
defied the odds. Now in its 52nd year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation
as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences
in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it.
Since the league's inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 91
national champion-ships, including 47 in women's competition and 44
in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 116 times in men's competition and 57 times in women's
action.
2003-04 YEAR IN REVIEW
The 2003-04 academic year concluded with the league pocketing
three more national team titles and six individual NCAA crowns. In all,
the ACC has won 48 national team titles over the last 14 years.
The ACC's 2003-04 national champions were Wake Forest in field
hockey, North Carolina in women's soccer and Virginia in women's
lacrosse. Overall, 66 ACC teams took part in post-season play compiling a 101-66-4 (.596) record.
A total of 169 student-athletes from the ACC earned first, second or
third-team All-America honors this past year. In addition, the ACC produced nine national Players of the Year, two national Rookies of the
Year and three national Coaches of the Year recipients.
The ACC placed at least one team in the top 10 nationally in 17
sports. In all, 31 ACC teams finished their season with a top 10 ranking.
THE CHAMPIONSHIPS
The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports
during the 2004-05 academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. The
first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954.
The conference did not conduct championships in cross country,
wrestling or tennis during the first year.
The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981.
Women's sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship
meet being held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for
women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf,
lacrosse, softball and rowing.
A HISTORY
The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the
Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South
Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws.
Conference officials admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s
eighth member later in 1953.
The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on
June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation.
The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the
Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The ACC expanded to
nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State
University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004,
with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College
accepted an invitation to become the league's 12th member starting with
the 2005-06 academic year.
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CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
Marvin Allen
1947-50, 1953-76
Alan Moore
1951-52
ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS
Adelphi
Air Force
Akron
Alabama-Birmingham
American
Appalachian State
Barton
Belmont Abbey
Boston College
Bowling Green State
Bradley
Bridgeport
Brown
Campbell
Catawba
Central Florida
Charlotte
Cincinnati
The Citadel
Clemson
Coastal Carolina
College of Charleston
Connecticut
Cornell
Creighton
Dartmouth
Davidson
Dayton
Denver
Duke
East Carolina
East Stroudsburg
Elon
Emory
Erskine
Evansville
Fairleigh Dickinson
Florida International
Fullerton State
Furman
Georgetown
George Mason
George Washington
ACC Record
53-41-16
0-0-0
31-31-7
35-45-10
119-117-33
1-0-0
1-1-0
1-0-1
1-1-0
4-0-1
14-3-2
7-1-0
29-1-0
2-0-0
0-1-0
1-0-0
0-0-1
1-1-0
14-2-1
5-1-0
3-2-0
14-3-0
1-0-0
3-0-0
15-25-6
2-1-0
3-3-0
5-2-0
2-0-0
1-1-0
1-0-0
23-4-2
1-0-0
1-0-0
35-31-6
19-1-0
2-2-0
7-0-0
4-0-1
4-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-1
1-1-0
0-1-0
6-3-1
1-0-0
2-2-2
0-1-0
Georgia Southern
Georgia State
Guilford
Hartwick
Harvard
High Point
Howard
Illinois-Chicago
Indiana
Jacksonville
James Madison
Kentucky
Lehigh
Lenoir-Rhyne
Lock Haven
Long Island
Loyola (Md.)
Lynchburg
Maryland
Massachusetts
Mercer
Methodist
Michigan
Michigan State
Navy
Nevada-Las Vegas
New Hampshire
NC State
North Carolina Wesleyan
UNC Asheville
UNC Greensboro
UNC Wilmington
Ohio State
Old Dominion
Pennsylvania
Penn State
Pfeiffer
Philadelphia Textile
Portland
Princeton
Radford
Rhode Island
Rider
Roanoke
Pct.
.555
.000
.500
.444
.504
Goals For
779
28
671
705
2184
Anson Dorrance
1977-88
1-0-0
3-1-0
6-0-1
1-1-0
2-0-0
11-0-1
0-1-0
1-0-0
2-2-0
4-0-1
1-2-0
2-0-0
1-0-0
4-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
2-1-0
7-3-2
21-35-2
1-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
0-1-0
3-9-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
42-19-10
4-0-0
7-0-0
7-2-1
7-2-1
1-0-0
4-2-1
0-1-0
0-5-0
12-0-0
1-0-0
1-1-0
1-0-0
4-2-1
1-0-0
1-0-0
8-3-0
Goals Against
426
49
302
407
1193
Elmar Bolowich
1989-present
Rollins
St. Andrews Presbyterian
St. Bonaventure
St. John’s (N.Y.)
Saint Louis
St. Mary’s (Calif.)
San Francisco
Seton Hall
South Carolina
USC-Spartanburg
South Florida
Southern Connecticut State
Southern Indiana
Southwest Missouri State
Springfield
Stanford
Stetson
Tampa
Texas Christian
Towson
Trenton State
Tulsa
UCLA
Vanderbilt
Vermont
Virginia
Virginia Commonwealth
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest
Washington
Washington (Mo.)
Washington & Lee
West Chester
West Virginia Wesleyan
Western Carolina
William & Mary
Wingate
Winthrop
Wisconsin
Wofford
Yale
Bold indicates 2004 opponent
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1-2-0
2-0-0
0-1-0
2-0-0
1-3-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
13-10-1
1-0-0
2-3-1
0-1-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
0-0-1
1-0-0
1-0-0
0-1-0
1-0-0
2-0-0
1-3-0
1-0-0
0-1-0
1-0-0
0-0-1
29-30-7
1-1-0
1-0-0
6-0-0
18-5-6
0-1-0
1-0-0
12-3-0
0-1-0
2-1-0
1-0-0
7-1-0
1-0-0
6-1-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
0-1-0
COACHING AND SERIES RECORDS
ALL-TIME CAROLINA COACHES’ RECORDS
Name
Yrs.
Record
Pct.
Marvin Allen
28
174-81-23
.667
Alan Moore
2
8-9-1
.472
Anson Dorrance
12
172-65-21
.708
Elmar Bolowich
15
188-103-18 .638
Totals
57
542-258-63 .665
ALL-TIME LETTERMEN
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
AAAA
Abell, Benjamin
Abronski, Adam
Adams, James
Ahearn, Donald
Ainslie, Jay
Albrecht, Kim
Allen, William
Allison, Ty
Anderson, Kenneth
Anderson, Robert
Anderton, Charles
Ange, Wes
Ariail, Danny
Armstrong, Jonathan
Ashe, Corey
Ashby, Anson
Ashton, Chad
Austin, Lawrence
Aycinena, Pablo
1979-82
1978-81
1953 (M)
1949
1980-83
1980-83
1969-71
2002-03
1951 (M)
1970
1966
2001
1970-72
1991-94
2003
1994-97
1986-89
1958-60
2002-03
BBBB
Bach, Joseph
Baldwin, Mark
Barba, Louis
Barks, Coleman
Barnes, Lawson
Baroff, Roy
Barrett, Ciaran
Batt, Jay
Battle, Charles
Baur, Edward
Beach, Blake
Beebe, Peter
Beim, George
Belmont, Eduardo
Bennett, Hugh
Bennett, Jackson
Bennett, John
Berhalter, Gregg
Berky, Zoltan
Bernard, William
Berson, Mark
Betts, Earl
Betty, Edgar
Black, John
Blair, William
Blake, Peter
Blankenship, Albert
Blount, Marvin
Blum, David
Blum, Eric
Blum, John
Boak, Dave
Boerner, Robert
Boettingheimer, John
Bofill, James
Boole, David
Borden, Robert
Bordogna, Richard
Bost, William
Bowman, Robert
Boykin, Thomas
Bradley, Matthew
Brady, John
Braga, Ames
Brannon, Robert
Brayton, Richard
Breeyear, Robert
Brice, Warren
Brody, Eric
Brooks, David
Brown, Christopher
Brown, Grover
Brown, Harry
Brown, Kingman
Bruggeworth, Robert
Bryant, John
Buckley, Bucky
1947-49
1973-74
1966-67
1956-58
1952
1975-78
1997
2000-03
1961-63
1965, 67
2003
1966-68
1961-63
1964-65
1977-79
1971, 73
1984
1991-93
1974-75
1977-78
1972-74
1948-49
1949
1976
1955-57
1961-63
1948-50
1958-59
1977-79
1980
1982-84
1947-48
1954
1979-80
1973
2003
1956-58
1959-61
1968
1950
1987
1990
1973-74, 76
1970
1950
1967-70
1979
1953
1976
1982-83 (M)
1978-80
1954-56
1954
1959-61
1956
1953-54
1979-80
Buckner, Brian
Bucy, Michael
Buffin, Marc
Bunting, James
Burnston, Roland
Burr, Peter
Bush, Louis
Butler, Frank
Butler, George
Byrd, Harold
Byrum, Sara (M)
1994
1997-2000
1986-89
1951, 54-55
1951-53
1978
1967, 69-70
1954-55
1963
1961
2000
CCCC
Cadwgan, Gordon
Caiola, Greg
Cambell, George
Canfield, James
Caporaso, James
Capre, Michael
Carothers, Milton
Carpenter, Wade
Carrieri, Chris
Carroll, Donald
Carter, Christopher
Cash, Stephen
Caudell, Peter
Champlin, Curtis
Clark, Jamie
Clifton, Benton
Cocking, John
Coffey, Ralph
Coffman, Kenneth
Cogsville, Donald
Coirolo, Jose
Colavita, Christopher
Colberson, Richard
Cole, David
Cole, Eric
Collier, David
Componovo, Roger
Connolly, Christopher
Cook, Bruce
Cook, Eric
Cook, Kenton
Cook, Lisa
Cooper, Wilson
Cope, Thomas
Cordle, Thomas
Corkey, David
Cothran, Pete
Covell, Charles
Crane, James
Cranston, David
Crawford, James
Crawford, Matt
1964-65
1992-95
1960
1966-68
1976
1989
1974
1992 (M)
1998-2000
1953
1967
2000
1967
1957-59
1995
1954
1986-88
1981, 84-85
1968
1985-88
1987-89
1981-84
1971-74
1951-52
1998
1976
1992-94
1982-83
1968
1974-76
1973-75
1980-81 (M)
1956
1976-78
1957-59
1956-58
1954-55
1955-56
1966-68
1988, 90-91
1981
1999-2002
DDDD
Danielson, Greg
Daskal, Steven
Davis, Bradley
Davis, Jonathan
Davis, Roy
Davis, Scott
Dawson, Stephen
Deloria, Beth
Devey, Mark
Di Meo, Andreas
Di Meo, Ben
DiSalvo, Joey
Disston, Michael
Dodson, Jesse
Dodson, Michael
Donnelly, Nicholas
Dorrance, Anson
Dorrance, Peter
Dorsett, Joseph
Dougherty, Dennis
Douglass, Christopher
Doyle, John
1996, 98
1983, 85-86
1985-86
2001-02
1967
1982-83
1971-74
1984-85 (M)
1982-84, 86
1997
1991-94
1996-99
1972-73
1954
1990
1980
1971-73
1975
1949-50
1962 (M)
1973-75
1983-85
Dragisics, Stephen
Drayton, Geoffrey
Drayton, Richard
Drouin, Dimitry
DuPre, Walter
Dworin, Elliott
Eaton, Richard
Efthimiou, Nick
Ensley, Timothy
Erickson, Kim
Erickson, Leif
Evins, Thomas
EEEE
FFFF
Faucette, John
Feffer, David
Fenimore, Edward
Fenton, Timothy
Ferebee, David
Fernandez, John
Ferruzzi, Marco
Fetzer, William
Fiocco, Michael
Flynt, Terri
Ford, Russell
Foster, John
Fox, Douglass
Foy, Edward
Frassinetti, William
Fromen, Gunnar
Fumo, Jamie (M)
Fumo, Ray
GGGG
Gajdos, Peter
Galifanakis, Mike
Gallaudet, Peter
Galves, Daniel
Gard, Aaron
Garrett, Theodore
Gell, Mike
Ghamin, John
Ghrisky, Henry
Gilhooly, Frank
Gilmore Peter
Giorgadze, Matsi
Girou, Benoit
Gladstone, Donald
Goldberg, Larry
Goldburg, Jay
Goodman, Hugh
Gordon, Howard
Gordon, Stuart
Goslen, Allen
Gourlay, James
Grausman, Richard
Green, Fletcher
Green, Timothy
Greenbaum, Jesse
Greene, James
Greenway, Clarence
Griffin, Geoffrey
Griffin, Peter
Griffith, Thomas
Gros-Piron, Alex
Gussenhoven, John
Gwynn, James
HHHH
Hadas, Tuval
Haddock, Samuel
Hagaman, Smith
Haigh, Tim
Hamilton, Lewis
Hamilton, Oliver
Hammer, James
Hardwick, Todd
1984-87
1978-81
1974, 76-77
1993-96
1947 (M)
1963-64
1976-77
1987-89
1979-81
1980 (M)
1956-57 (M)
1958-60
1958
1968-70
1975-78
1975-76
1947-49
1977-78, 81
1989-92
1953
1980-83
1984 (M)
1967
1955-56
1959
1949-51
1981
1970
2000
2001-03
2002
1951, 1956
1967
1964-66
1993-96
1962
1999-2002
1957-59
1963-64
1983-86
1965-66
1995
1997
1951, 53-54
1981-84
1954-55
1957-59
1960
1972
1950
1987-88
1956-58
1952-53
1974
1947-49
1963
1952, 55
1972-73, 75-76
1974-77
1959-61
1992-93, 96
1966-68
1948-50
1992
1950 (M)
1947-48
1968-70
1960-61
1952
1964-66
1991-92
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Harmon, David
Harrington, Michael
Harris, Glenn
Harris, John
Harris, Richard
Hart, Dan
Hartman, Billy
Hartman, Charles
Hartsfield, Chris
Haskins, Todd
Hassold, Robert
Haywood, William
Heath, Lawrence
Hellard, John
Helms, Brandon
Helwig, David
Henry, Francis
Hexner, Peter
Heyn, Christopher
Hickey, Casey
Higgins, George
Hildebrand, Jonathan
Hill, James
Hogaboom, Pieter
Hollis, Robert
Holt, Kevin
Holub, David
Hooper, Walter
Hopkins, Thomas
Horton, Leland
Hughes, Justin
Hunt, Torrence
1973-75
2003
1977-79
1955
1993
1983-84 (M)
1981-84
1955-56
2002
1990-91, 93
1973-75
1962-63
1965-67
1958-59 (M)
1998-2000
1981-82
1964-66
1948
1978-80
1985 (M)
1988-89
2001-03 (M)
1954
1957
1973-74
1977-78 (M)
1983
1952 (M)
1950-52
1975-77
2003
1967-68
IIII
Ingold, Matt
Insley, Marshall
Irvine, James
Isenburg, John
Isherwood, William
1995
1998-99
1961-62
1964
1970-72
JJJJ
Jablonka, Curtis
Jackson, Basil
Jackson, Danny
Jennison, Watson
Johnson, Frederick
Johnson, James
Johnson, Mark
Johnson, Robert
Johnson, Tony
Johnston, Charles
Johnston, James
Jones, Harvey
Jones, Nicholas
Jones, Robert
Jones, Tracey
Jordan, Nick
Jordan, Thomas
Justus, Beth (M)
1994-95
1947
1998-2001
1989-92
1947
1993-96
1973-74
1964-66
1979-82
1947-48
1965-67
1955-56
1971
1961
1973-74
2000-01
1948
1996
KKKK
Kalb, Barrett
Kampschmidt, Olaf
Kane, Kevin
Kaufman, Gustav
Kelly, Robert
Kelly, Roy
Kenrick, John
Kepner, Chip
Kepner, Derek
Kepner, Robert
Killinger, Robert
Killinger, Robert
Kirby, Robert
Kirkland, Thomas
Kizer, Liz
Klein, William
Kneipper, Ryan
Kohler, William
1950-52
1975-77
1977-80
1951
1981-83
2001-02
1959-61
1988-91
1990-93
1960-62
1956
1987
1950
1954
1993 (M)
1957
1999-2002
1968-70
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
LLLL
Lalor, Paul
Lane, Calvin
Langley, John
Lankford, Frank
Larrance, Casey
Lau, Lisa
Lawrence, Johna
Laycock, Matt
Ledwith, Kevin
Leidesdorf, Samuel
LeRoux, Grant
Leitch, Chris
LeVasseur, William
LeVeau, David
Levitan, Ryan
Levy, Frank
Lew, Charles
Loud, John
Lowe, Lori
Lugossy, Frank
Lurie, Fred
Lyn, Christopher
Lyon, William
Lyons, George
1994
1962-63
1967-70
1994-97
1984-85
1953-54
1948-49
1961-63
1985
1984-86 (M)
1986-89 (M)
1997-2000
1972-73
1961 (M)
1990, 92
1998-2001
1964-65
1985
2000-01
1947
1994
1964-66
1995 (M)
1983
1950-51
1990-93
1949
1983
MMMM
MacCalman, Duncan 1947-48, 50-51
Maher, Joseph
1979-82
Mansfield, John
1977-79
Mansfield, Zack
2001
Mansfield, Patricia
1987-91 (M)
Marcoplos, Mark
1971
Martin, Marcus
1985-86
Marvin, Richard
1978-81
Mascia, Brian
1994-96, 97 (M), 98
Mascia, Michael
1990-91
Mavretic, Josephus
1953-55
Mayes, Richard
1967-68 (M)
McCallie, John
1969-71
McCallie, Spencer
1963-65
McCarthy, John
1969 (M)
McConnell, Gregory
1989-91
McCormick, John
1954-56
McGinn, Joseph
1954
McGinty, Park
1962-64
McGinty, Sean
2000-03
McKinnon, McKay
1968-70
McNally, Andrew
1959-60, 62
Meader, Jennifer
1982 (M)
Megaloudis, Dino
1985-88
Meixner, Cathy
1986 (M)
Merola, David
1987-90
Merrill, Allen
1967, 69-70
Merritt, James
1948 (M)
Merritt, Tim
2001-03
Metcalfe, Randolph
1972
Milazzo, Michael
1993-94
Milhound, Kim
1993 (M)
Milledge, Allen
1950-51
Miller, Kate
1981 (M)
Minis, Henry
1964, 1966
Missimo, Derek
1987-90
Moltzon, Michael
1984-87
Monroe, Douglas
1974-76
Montgomery, Ernest
1949-51
Moore, David
1990-93
Moore, Springer
1963
Moore, William
1947-49
Morgan, Matthew
1988
Morrow, Robert
1968
Morrow, Zach
2001
Morse, Timothy
1968-71
Moss, Jeff
1982
Moyer, Francis
Moyer, Robert
Muldrow, Wendell
Mumford, Christopher
Murphy, Andrew
Murray, Robert
Muster, Karl
1968
1966
1988-91
1985
1963-65
1992, 94-95
1969-71
NNNN
Naber, Sean
Nelson, Frank
Nelson, Terry
Ngambi, Wisdom
Nicholson, Thomas
Nisbet, Peter
Norkus, Caleb
1977-80
1947-49
1984-87
1966-67
1984-86, 88
1967
1997-2000
OOOO
O’Connor, Thomas
O’Connor, Timothy
O’Donnell, Gerry
O’Donnell, Patrick
Odgers, Ted
Okoroma, Edwin
Osborne, John
1988-91
1971-73
1978, 1981
1981
2003
1963-64
1976-78
PPPP
Pace, Thomas
Packard, Mark
Painter, Stephen
Palacio, Leo
Pallulat, Henry
Parker, Fred
Paterson, James
Patseavouras, Louis
Patterson, Andrew
Patterson, Furnifold
Patterson, Scott
Pause, Logan
Pawlik, Harry
Pazdan, Joseph
Perkins, Thomas
Perry, Donna
Perry, Geoffrey
Pfautz, Jack
Pincus, Cyndi
Pinto, Hassan
Poff, James
Polak, Herman
Polak, Willem
Pope, Eddie
Popik, Daniel
Popp, David
Porter, Carson
Porter, Grant
Prakke, Herman
Pratt, Doug
Propster, Robert
Propster, William
Purks, James
1970
1967-69
1961-63
1982-83
1947
1960, 1962
1968-69
1952-53
1952-53
1964
1965 (M)
2000-02
1951-53
1950
1958-60
1990-91 (M)
1966-68
1947-48
1993 (M)
1990-92
1980-83
1960-62
1964-66
1992-95
1997
1997-99
1997-2000
2000-03
1960-62
1994
1974
1977, 79-80
1956-57
QQQQ
Quackenbush, Robert
1958-60
RRRR
Rand, Tom
Randolph, Carl
Rattay, Raymond
Reeves, William
Reid, Michael
Redmond, Jorge
Reston, James
Reynolds, James
Reynolds, Tim
Rhea, Andrew
Rhoades, William
Rhodes, John
Richards, John
Richardson, David
1956-58
1951-53
1957-58
1963, 1965
1980-82
1996
1960-62
1995
1997
2003
1949-50
1972-75
1979-82
1995
Rigley, Donna
Rijsman, Thomas
Ritchie, Shawn
Roberts, Thomas
Robertson, Tate
Robinson, Eddie
Rommel, William
Rotelli, George
Rouse, Charles
Rowley, Martin
Royer, Darren
Russell, Harry
Russell, Peter
SSSS
Sahaydak, Tim
Sartorio, Steve
Sawyer, Blackwell
Sayre, Richard
Schlacter, John
Schumacher, Ryan
Scott, Steve
Seggel, Peter
Shaffer, Mark
Sharp, Graham
Shelton, Charles
Sherrill, Gary
Sherry, Herb
Shettle, William
Shull, Wes
Sidbury, William
Siegel, Edward
Sietsema, Stephen
Sigmon, Ashley
Simpkins, Scott
Singer, Alain
Skelly, Thomas
Skidmore, James
Skokle, Donald
Skolsky, Steven
Smith, Charles
Smith, James
Smith, Patrick
Smith, Theodore
Smyth, David
Snyder, William
Sobel, Dave
Soffe, Dixon
Sorsabal, Justin
Sprinkle, Elmer
Starnes, Harry
Steele, Larry
Steffen, C.J.
Stephan, Richard
Stephens, George
Sterling, Arden
Stern, William
Stilley, Scot
Stokes, David
Stone, Raymond
Storch, Reid
Storey, Marcus
Strickland, John
Strong, Brian
Suarez, Hector
Suarez, Temoc
Suarez, Victor
Suitor, Gilbert
Sullivan, Audley
Takacs, Larry
Talbot, Bruce
Talbot, James
Talley, Carey
Tate, John
Taylor, David
Taylor, Robert
Testo, David
TTTT
1985 (M)
1996
1983-84
1963-65
1958-59
1996, 98-2000
1975-76
1969
1974-76 (M)
1985-87
1985-88
1951-54
1966
1995-96
2000
1949-51
1963-64
1962
1998-2001
1975-78
1968-70
1973-76
1995
1961-62
1981, 1983
1987-91
1959-60
2003
1959-60
1962-63
1992-94
1993-96 (M)
1985
1947
1963
1953-55
1968-70
1974-76
1975-76
1970-72
1992-95
1956-57
1984-87
1960-62
1947-48
2002-03
2003
1959-60
1987
1960-61
1998-2000
1960 (M)
1949-51
1968-71
1958-59
1992
2000-02
1966
1984-87
2001-03
1965-66
1996-97
1993-95
1993-96
1993-96
1965
1953-55
1977-79
1982-83
1962-64
1994-97
1983-85
1971-74
1976
2001-02
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Thomas, Brad
Thompson, Mike
Tinkham, Adam
Tison, Ben
Tittle, William
Tonne, Christopher
Tremain, Rawleigh
Trimble, Martin
Turner, Mark
Turner, Stephen
1998-2000
1957-59
1988-91
1951-52
1963 (M)
1984-85
1952
1975-78
1978-80
1978-80
UUUU
Ueltschey, Michael
Umstad, Walter
Uthlaut, Herbert
1998-2001
1949 (M)
1970 (M)
VVVV
Vanore, Andrew
VanWyck, Frederick
VanZandt, Porter
Velez, Vincent
Vreeland, Walling
Vouloumanos, Nectarios
1995
1964-66
1947
1997-98
1948
1992, 94
WWWW
Wachsman, Richard
Walker, Brent
Wall, William
Walter, James
Walthall, Ralph
Ward, Richard
Watkins, John
Watson, Jamie
Wean, Jon
Wells, Carey
Welton, David
West, Kenneth
White, Finley
Whitfield, Aubrey
Whitfield, Charles
Williams, Allen
Williams, Ford
Williams, G.T.
Wimberley, Tate
Winsor, Arthur
Wise, Doxce
Woodroffe, William
Worrel, Steven
Worth, Bruce
Wright, James
Wright, Thomas
Writer, Jackie
1988-91
1990-92
1963
1966 (M)
1973-74
1967-68, 71
1995
2003
1998-99
1974-75
1958
1981-84
1958-59
2002
1957-59
1947-48
2002-03
1947
1995-96
1949-50
1954
1996-99
1980
1972
1989-91
1963-64
1964-66
YYYY
Yamauchi, Noz
Yancey, Allen
Yelverton, Fred
Yoncha, Ronald
Youhanna, Theodore
Younts, James
1998-2001
1971-73 (M)
1955 (M)
1971
1956-57
1952-53
ZZZZ
Zadeyan, Ankist
Zarnegar, Cyrus
Zavagnin, Kerry
Zlotnicki, Bogdan
1990
1995
1992-95
1957
(M) = Manager
ALL-TIME LETTERMEN
Krabacher, Ian
Kruming, Martin
Kuchmay, John
Kulenic, Daniel
2004 OPPONENT INFORMATION
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
CLEMSON
Nov. 6 • Clemson, S.C. • 7 p.m.
Location
Clemson, S.C.
Nickname
Tigers
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
Trevor Adair
2003 Record
9-7-4, 2-4 ACC
SID Contact
Sam Blackman
Office
(864) 656-1924
Fax
(864) 656-0299
Press Box
(864) 656-4303/4304
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
ClemsonTigers.com
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
Sept. 10 • Home • 7:30 p.m.
Location
Miami, Fla.
Nickname
Golden Panthers
Conference
Atlantic Soccer
Head Coach
Karl Kremser
2003 Record
14-5-3, 4-0-1 ASC
SID Contact
Margaret Belch
Office
(305) 348-6666
Fax
(305) 348-2963
Press Box
(786) 298-1467
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
FIUSports.com
COLL. OF CHARLESTON
(exhibtion)
Aug. 21 • Cary, N.C. • 7 p.m.
Location
Charleston, S.C.
Nickname
Cougars
Conference
Southern
Head Coach
Ralph Lundy
2003 Record
13-4-3, 5-2-0 SoCon
SID Contact
Simon Whitaker
Office
(843) 953-5465
Fax
(843) 953-6534
Press Box
(843) 953-9142
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
Cougars.CofC.edu
MARYLAND
Oct. 10 • College Park, Md. • 2 p.m.
Location College Park, Md.
Nickname
Terrapins
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
Sasho Cirovski
2003 Record
20-3-1, 5-1-0 ACC
SID Contact
Adam Zundell
Office
(301) 314-7066
Fax
(301) 314-9094
Press Box
(301) 657-0388
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
UMTerps.com
COASTAL CAROLINA
(exhibition)
Aug. 28 • Conway, S.C. • 6 p.m.
Location
Conway, S.C.
Nickname
Chanticleers
Conference
Big South
Head Coach
Shawn Docking
2003 Record
20-3-0, 6-1-0 Big South
SID Contact
TBA
Office
(843) 349-2848
Fax
(843) 349-2819
Email
TBA
Web Site
Coastal.edu/Athletics
DUKE
Oct. 3 • Durham, N.C. • 7 p.m.
Location
Durham, N.C.
Nickname
Blue Devils
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
John Rennie
2003 Record
8-10-1, 2-4 ACC
SID Contact
Melanie McCullough
Office
(919) 684-2668
Fax
(919) 684-2489
Press Box
TBA
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
GoDuke.com
ELON
Oct. 13 • Elon, N.C. • 7 p.m.
Location
Elon, N.C.
Nickname
Phoenix
Conference
Southern
Head Coach
Mike Reilly
2003 Record
6-11-1, 1-5-1 SoCon
SID Contact
Chris Rash
Office
(336) 278-6712
Fax
(336) 278-6768
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
Elon.edu/Athletics
NC STATE
Oct. 24 • Home • 2 p.m.
Location
Raleigh, N.C.
Nickname
Wolfpack
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
George Taratini
2003 Record
9-9-2, 2-3-1 ACC
SID Contact
Brian Reinhardt
Office
(919) 515-8953
Fax
(919) 515-2898
Press Box
(919) 515-2917
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
GoPack.com
UNC ASHEVILLE
Oct. 6 • Home • 7 p.m.
Location
Asheville, N.C.
Nickname
Bulldogs
Conference
Big South
Head Coach
Steve Cornish
2003 Record
8-9-2, 4-3-0 Big South
SID Contact
Leslie Sloan
Office
(828) 251-6391
Fax
(828) 251-6386
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
UNCA.edu/Athletics
UNC GREENSBORO
Sept. 29 • Greensboro, N.C. • 7 p.m.
Location Greensboro, N.C.
Nickname
Spartans
Conference
Southern
Head Coach
Michael Parker
2003 Record
10-8-2, 4-1-2 SoCon
SID Contact
Jake Keys
Office
(336) 334-5615
Fax
(336) 334-3182
Press Box
(336) 334-5625
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
UNCGSpartans.com
UNC WILMINGTON
Sept. 17 • Home • 7 p.m.
Location
Wilmington, N.C.
Nickname
Seahawks
Conference
Colonial Athletic Assoc.
Head Coach
Aidan Heaney
2003 Record
10-7-3, 4-4-2 CAA
SID Contact
Joe Browning
Office
(910) 962-3236
Fax
(910) 962-3686
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
UNCWSports.com
OHIO STATE
Sept. 5 • Columbus, Ohio • 2:30 p.m.
Location
Columbus, Ohio
Nickname
Buckeyes
Conference
Big Ten
Head Coach
John Bluem
2003 Record
4-12-4, 2-3-1 Big Ten
SID Contact
Tim Stried
Office
(614) 292-0134
Fax
(614) 292-8547
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
OhioStateBuckeyes.com
PENN STATE
Sept. 3 • Columbus, Ohio • 5 p.m.
Location University Park, Pa.
Nickname
Nittany Lions
Conference
Big Ten
Head Coach
Barry Gorman
2003 Record
9-10-1, 1-5-0 Big Ten
SID Contact
Bob Volkert
Office
(814) 865-1757
Fax
(814) 865-3165
Press Box
(814) 865-3165
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
GoPSUSports.com
OLD DOMINION
Sept. 21 • Norfolk, Va. • 7 p.m.
Location
Norfolk, Va.
Nickname
Monarchs
Conference
Colonial Athletic Assoc.
Head Coach
Alan Dawson
2003 Record
15-4-1, 6-2-1 CAA
SID Contact
Bobby Parks
Office
(757) 683-3372
Fax
(757) 683-3119
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
ODUSports.com
SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 16 • Home • 7 p.m.
Location
Columbia, S.C.
Nickname
Gamecocks
Conference
Independent
Head Coach
Mark Berson
2003 Record
9-7-2
SID Contact
Jeremy Noel
Office
(803) 777-7977
Fax
(803) 777-2967
Press Box
(803) 777-8722
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
USCSports.com
2004 MEDIA GUIDE • PAGE 62 • UNC MEN’S SOCCER
VIRGINIA
Sept. 26 • Home • 2 p.m.
Location Charlottesville, Va.
Nickname
Cavaliers
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
George Gelnovatch
2003 Record
11-10-2, 4-2 ACC
SID Contact
Adam Jones
Office
(434) 982-5131
Fax
(434) 982-5525
Press Box
(434) 977-2690
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
VirginiaSports.com
VCU
Sept. 12 • Home • 3:30 p.m.
Location
Richmond, Va.
Nickname
Rams
Conference
Colonial Athletic Assoc.
Head Coach
Tim O’Sullivan
2003 Record
17-5-0, 8-1-0 CAA
SID Contact
Phil Stanton
Office
(804) 828-8496
Fax
(804) 828-9428
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
VCURams.vcu.edu
VIRGINIA TECH
Oct. 20 • Blacksburg, Va. • 7 p.m.
Location
Blacksburg, Va
Nickname
Hokies
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
Oliver Weiss
2003 Record
14-5-3, 7-3-0 Big East
SID Contact
TBA
Office
(540) 231-6726
Fax
(540) 231-6984
Email
TBA
Web Site
HokieSports.com
WAKE FOREST
Oct. 31 • Home • 2 p.m.
Location Winston-Salem, N.C.
Nickname
Demon Deacons
Conference
Atlantic Coast
Head Coach
Jay Vidovich
2003 Record
15-5-0, 4-2-0 ACC
SID Contact
Michael Bertsch
Office
(336) 758-5640
Fax
(336) 758-5140
Press Box
(336) 758-8681
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
WakeForestSports.com
WILLIAM & MARY
Oct. 27 • Home • 7 p.m.
Location
Williamsburg, Va
Nickname
Tribe
Conference
Colonial Athletic Assoc.
Head Coach
Chris Norris
2003 Record
9-6-4, 4-3-2 CAA
SID Contact
Dan Wakely
Office
(757) 221-3368
Fax
(757) 221-3412
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
TribeAthletics.com
CAROLINA MEN’S SOCCER
(CU leads, 25-15-6)
Year
Site
Result
1967
H
W, 5-1
1968
A
W, 4-3
1969
H
W, 4-1
1970
A
T, 3-3 (OT)
1971
H
T, 2-2 (OT)
1972
A
L, 1-5
1973
H
L, 0-2
1974
A
L, 0-6
1975
H
L, 1-3
1976
A
L, 0-8
1977
H
L, 1-5
1978
A
T, 0-0 (OT)
1979
H
L, 2-6
1980
A
T 2-2 (OT)
1981
H
W, 1-0 (OT)
1982
A
L, 0-5
1983
H
L, 0-7
1984
A
L, 1-2
1985
H
L, 0-5
1986
A
L, 1-3
1987
H
W, 2-1
N
W, 2-1 (OT)
A
L, 1-4
1988
A
L, 1-2
A
W, 2-1
1989
H
W, 2-1
1990
A
L, 0-1
1991
H
W, 2-1
H
W, 3-1
1992
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1993
H
T, 2-2 (OT)
H
L, 2-4
1994
A
L, 1-4
1995
H
L, 1-2 (OT)
N
L, 0-1
1996
A
L, 2-3 (OT)
1997
H
L, 0-1
1998
A
L, 0-5
1999
H
W, 2-1
N
W, 1-0 (OT)
2000
A
W, 2-1
2001
H
W, 1-0
A
L, 1-2
2002
A
W, 3-1
N
L, 2-3
2003
H
L, 1-0
DUKE
(UNC leads, 35-31-6)
Year
Site
Result
1947
H
W, 7-3
A
L, 1-3
1948
H
T, 0-0 (OT)
A
W, 2-1
1949
A
W, 1-0
H
W, 2-0
1950
A
L, 0-3
H
W, 1-0
1951
H
W, 3-2
A
L, 0-6
1952
A
L, 1-3
H
L, 1-3
1953
H
L, 2-5
1954
H
W, 2-1
A
W, 2-0
1955
A
W, 1-0
H
W, 2-0
1956
A
L, 0-3
1957
H
T, 5-5 (OT)
1958
A
W, 2-0
1959
H
W, 2-1
1960
A
L, 2-4
1961
H
L, 2-3
1962
A
W, 1-0
1963
H
T, 1-1 (OT)
1964
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1965
H
W, 3-0
1966
A
W, 4-1
1967
H
W, 2-1
1968
A
L, 2-3
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
N
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
A
N
H
A
H
A
H
H
A
N
H
A
H
A
H
N
A
H
A
H
T,
T,
W,
W,
W,
W
L, 0-1
W, 5-0
W, 5-3
2-2 (OT)
L, 1-2
1-1 (OT)
W, 3-0
L, 0-1
W, 2-0
W, 3-2
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
L, 0-1
L, 2-3
L, 2-3
L, 1-5
2-1 (OT)
1-0 (OT)
L, 0-4
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
W, 2-0
L, 1-2
W, 2-1
L, 0-4
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
L, 0-1
4-1 (OT)
W, 3-2
W, 4-3
L, 0-2
L, 1-2
W, 3-2
L, 2-6
L, 0-2
L, 0-1
L, 0-4
W, 4-2
W, 1-0
L, 0-1
3-2 (OT)
ELON
(UNC leads, 7-0-0)
Year
Site
1980
A
1981
H
1982
A
1986
H
1989
H
2000
H
2002
H
Result
W, 5-0
W, 5-0
W, 2-0
W, 4-1
W, 5-0
W, 5-0
W, 4-0
FLA. INTERNATIONAL
(Series tied, 1-1-0)
Year
Site
Result
1988
H
W, 2-1 OT
1996
H
L 4-2
MARYLAND
(UM leads, 35-21-2)
Year
Site
Result
1949
H
L, 0-1
1950
A
L, 0-4
1951
H
L, 1-2
1952
A
L, 1-2
1953
H
L, 1-8
1954
A
L, 1-4
1955
H
L, 0-2
1956
A
L, 0-4
1957
H
L, 2-4
1958
A
L, 1-2
1959
H
L, 2-4
1960
A
L, 0-5
1961
H
L, 1-4
1962
A
L, 0-7
1963
H
L, 1-2
1964
A
L, 1-6
1965
H
L, 0-1 (OT)
1966
A
L, 1-2
1967
H
L, 1-3
1968
A
L, 1-3
1969
H
W, 3-2
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
N
A
H
A
H
A
H
N
A
H
A
N
H
A
H
A
H
NC STATE
W,
T,
T,
W,
W,
L,
W,
L,
W,
L,
L,
W,
W, 3-2
L, 1-3
2-1 (OT)
1-1 (OT)
0-0 (OT)
W, 2-0
W, 1-0
W, 2-0
1-0 (OT)
1-0 (OT)
W, 2-0
W, 2-0
0-1 (OT)
W, 2-0
W, 1-0
1-0 (OT)
2-3 (OT)
L, 0-2
3-2 (OT)
L, 0-2
L, 1-2
L, 1-2
0-1 (OT)
W, 1-0
W, 1-0
L, 1-2
L, 1-2
W, 4-3
L, 1-3
1-2 (OT)
2-1 (OT)
L, 0-2
L, 0-1
W, 5-1
W, 2-1
L, 1-3
W, 1-0
(UNC leads, 42-19-10)
Year
Site
Result
1949
A
W, 3-1
H
W, 6-0
1950
A
W, 6-0
H
W, 3-1
1951
H
W, 4-2
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1952
H
L, 0-1
A
W, 2-1
1953
A
T, 2-2 (OT)
H
L, 0-4
1954
H
W, 1-0
A
L, 0-3
1955
H
W, 3-0
A
T, 3-3 (OT)
1956
H
W, 7-2
1957
A
L, 1-2
1958
H
W, 2-0
1959
A
W, 5-2
1960
H
W, 5-1
1961
A
W, 5-3
1962
H
W, 9-1
A
W, 6-1
1963
A
W, 3-1
1964
H
W, 4-1
1965
A
W, 3-0
1966
H
W, 4-0
1967
A
W, 6-2
1968
H
W, 3-0
1969
A
W, 4-0
H
W, 4-0
1970
H
T, 1-1 (OT)
1971
A
L, 0-2
1972
H
W, 5-0
1973
A
W, 2-1
1974
H
W, 3-2
1975
A
L, 3-4
1976
A
W, 4-1
H
L, 1-2 (OT)
1977
A
W, 2-1 (OT)
1978
A
W, 5-0
H
W, 2-1
1979
N
L, 0-1 (OT)
A
W, 2-0
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
N
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
H
A
N
H
A
N
L, 0-4
L, 2-4
T 4-4 (OT)
L, 1-2
L, 1-4
W, 1-0
T, 0-0 (OT)
L, 0-1
W, 4-3 (OT)
W, 2-1 (OT)
L, 2-3
W, 2-0
L, 1-4
T, 0-0 (OT)
L, 2-3
W, 3-0
L, 0-1
T, 1-1 (OT)
L, 2-3 (OT)
L, 1-3
W, 1-0
W, 3-0
W, 7-1
W, 4-0
W, 2-0
W, 2-1
T, 1-1 (OT)
T, 0-0 (OT)
UNC ASHEVILLE
(UNC leads, 7-0-0)
1994
H
1995
H
1996
A
1997
H
1998
A
1999
H
2001
H
W,
W,
W,
W,
W,
W,
W,
7-0
4-0
2-0
2-0
3-0
4-0
3-0
UNC GREENSBORO
(UNC leads, 7-2-1)
1978
H
W, 1-0
1979
A
W, 4-3 (OT)
1983
A
W, 2-0
1985
H
L, 1-2
1987
A
W, 2-1
1988
H
W, 4-2
1989
A
L, 3-4 (OT)
1998
H
T, 2-2 (OT)
1999
A
W, 3-0
2001
H
W, 2-1
UNC WILMINGTON
(UNC leads, 7-2-1)
1976
H
W, 5-0
1977
A
L, 6-3 (OT)
1978
H
L, 4-1
1979
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1980
H
W, 3-0
1981
A
W, 2-1
1982
H
W, 3-0
1983
A
W, 4-0
1984
H
W, 3-0
2002
A
W, 3-0
OHIO STATE
(UNC leads, 1-0-0)
1993
H
W, 4-1
OLD DOMINION
(UNC leads, 4-2-1)
1978
H
L, 0-1
1979
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1980
A
W, 4-0
1982
A
L, 1-2
1994
H
W, 2-0
2000
A
W, 4-0
2001
H
W, 2-0
PENN STATE
(PSU leads, 5-0-0)
1949
A
1950
H
1951
A
L, 2-3
L, 0-3
L, 0-6
1952
2002
H
A
L, 0-7
L, 0-1 (OT)
SOUTH CAROLINA
(UNC leads, 13-10-1)
Year
Site
Result
1982
A
W, 2-0
1983
H
W, 6-0
1984
H
W, 6-1
1985
A
L, 0-2
1986
H
W, 1-0
1987
A
L, 1-2
A
W, 2-1 (OT)
1988
H
T 0-0 (OT)
A
L, 1-3
1989
A
L, 2-3
1990
H
W, 2-1 (OT)
1991
A
W, 2-1 (OT)
1992
H
W, 6-0
1993
H
W, 3-0
1994
A
L, 5-7
1995
A
L, 1-3
1996
H
L, 1-4
1997
A
L, 2-3 (OT)
1998
A
L, 1-2 (OT)
1999
H
L, 2-3
2000
A
W, 2-0
2001
H
W, 1-0
2002
H
W, 2-0
2003
A
W, 1-0
VIRGINIA
(UVA leads, 30-29-7)
Year
Site
Result
1947
A
W, 1-0
H
W, 2-0
1948
H
W, 3-0
1949
A
W, 1-0
1950
H
W, 2-1
1951
A
W, 2-1
1952
H
W, 3-2
1953
A
W, 3-2
1954
H
T, 1-1 (OT)
1955
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1956
H
L, 0-3
1957
A
T, 4-4 (OT)
1958
H
W, 3-2
1959
A
W, 3-2
1960
H
W, 3-0
1961
H
W, 2-1
1962
A
W, 2-1
1963
A
T, 2-2 (OT)
1964
H
W, 2-1
1965
A
W, 2-0
1966
H
W, 4-0
1967
A
W, 3-2
1968
H
W, 3-0
1969
A
L, 0-1
1970
H
L, 0-1
1971
A
W, 1-0
1972
H
L, 0-2
1973
A
W, 1-0
1974
H
L, 0-2
1975
A
W, 4-2
1976
H
W, 2-1
1977
A
W, 1-0
1978
H
W, 1-0
1979
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1980
H
W, 2-0 (OT)
1981
A
L, 2-3 (OT)
1982
H
T, 0-0 (OT)
1983
A
L, 0-2
1984
H
L, 2-3
1985
A
L, 1-3
1986
H
L, 1-4
1987
A
L, 0-2
N
W, 3-0
1988
H
L, 0-2
N
L, 1-2
1989
A
L, 0-3
1990
H
L, 0-2
N
L, 0-3
A
L, 1-3
1991
A
L, 0-1
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1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
H
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
N
H
A
H
N
A
H
A
L, 0-1
L, 3-6
L, 0-2
L, 2-3
W, 5-1
L, 1-7
T, 3-3 (OT)
L, 1-2 (OT)
L, 0-4
L, 0-2
L, 1-2
L, 1-3
W, 1-0 (OT)
L, 0-2
W, 2-1
L, 0-1
VCU
(Series tied, 1-1-0)
Year
Site
Result
2002
A
L, 0-1
2003
H
W, 2-1 (OT)
VIRGINIA TECH
(UNC leads, 6-0-0)
1964
H
1966
H
1968
H
1973
H
1974
H
1979
H
W,
W,
W,
W,
W,
W,
9-1
2-1
4-0
5-0
1-0
6-0
WAKE FOREST
(UNC leads, 18-5-5)
Year
Site
Result
1980
H
W, 3-1
1981
A
W, 3-0
1982
H
L, 1-3
1983
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1984
H
W, 2-1
1985
A
W, 1-0
1986
H
W, 4-1
1987
A
W, 4-2
1988
H
W, 2-1
A
W, 2-0
1989
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
1990
H
W, 4-2 (OT)
H
W, 2-1
1991
A
W, 2-0
1992
H
W, 2-0
H
T, 3-3 (OT)
1993
A
T, 2-2 (OT)
1994
H
W, 2-1
1995
A
L, 1-2
1996
H
W, 1-0
N
L, 0-1 (OT)
1997
A
W, 2-1 (OT)
1998
H
W, 2-1
1999
A
T, 1-1 (OT)
2000
H
W, 4-1
A
W, 1-0
2001
A
L, 2-4
2002
H
T, 2-2 (OT)
2003
A
L, 4-0
WILLIAM & MARY
(UNC leads, 7-1-0)
1971
A
W, 3-0
1980
H
W, 2-0
1995
H
W, 2-1
1996
A
L, 0-4
2000
H
W, 2-0
H
W, 3-2 (OT)
2001
H
W, 4-1
SERIES RESULTS VS. 2004 OPPONENTS
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