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University of the Ozarks 2018 Men's Soccer Media Guide

Championship Tradition.

2007 American Southwest Conference Season Champions

2003 American Southwest Conference Champions

2003 NCAA Championship Tournament - Final 32

2001 ASC East Division Champions

ASC Championship Tournament: 2000, 2001, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

NSCAA Team Academic Award: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2012, 2017

Head Coach Aaron Brueckner

  • Has led the team to back-to-back American Southwest Conference Championship Tournaments
  • 2017 team advanced to the semi-finals of the Conference Tournament
  • His 2017 team posted the highest overall winning percentage since 2009
  • Has had a combined 13 players earn All-Conference honors
  • Placed 21 players on the ASC All-Academic Team
  • 2017 team earned the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award

Assistant Coach Mike Lambeck

  • Helped the program qualify for the post-season in 2016 and 2017
  • Assisted team to highest winning percentage since 2009
  • A combined 13 players have earned All-Conference honors
  • Has placed 21 players on the American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team

Want To Play For Ozarks?

  • 00 Logan Valestin
  • 1 Jordan Maloney
  • 2 Jax Robinson
  • 3 Cade Coggin
  • 4 Jonathan Julmiste
  • 5 Richard Souffrant
  • 6 Thomas Ross
  • 7 Michael Luster
  • 8 Asahel Salgado
  • 9 Derric Davis
  • 10 Miguel Reyes
  • 11 Pedro Gallaga
  • 12 Sean Garcia
  • 13 Milord Lorfils
  • 14 Garrett Hammonds
  • 15 Layne Garcia
  • 17 Brandon Batres
  • 18 Bryce Young
  • 19 Manny Torres
  • 20 Drew Mott
  • 21 Ralph Jean-Pierre
  • 23 Alex Ross
  • 24 Truman Hensley
  • 25 Ivan Vela
  • 26 Luis Alfaro
  • 27 Bradley Rice
  • 28 Eric Gasca
  • 29 Kaden Stuart
  • 30 Peter Ralph Severe
  • 31 Joshua Arroyave
  • 32 Rigo Resendez
  • 33 Spence Jean Baptiste
  • 34 Travis Farrar
  • 35 Paul Bien-Aime
  • 36 Tanner Young
  • 37 Jonathan Smith

The PLAYERS

SENIORS

#3 Cade Coggin

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 185
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Memphis, Tenn.
  • High School: Bartlett HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: FC Dallas
  • 2017: Had 13 starts and played in 14 matches. Recorded 1 assist and 3 shots. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2016: Started in two matches and played in ten. Took 2 shots. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Played in 1 match.
  • Bartlett HS: Recorded 5 assists as a senior. Earned All-District twice and Academic All-District four years during his prep career. Helped team to a pair of district championships.

#9 Derric Davis

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Mesquite, Texas
  • High School: Poteet HS/Eastfield College
  • Position: F
  • Club Team: Manchester United
  • 2017: Played in 2 matches. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2016: Played in 4 matches and scored 1 goal. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Did not play in a varsity match.
  • Poteet HS: Scored 3 goals and had 5 assists as a senior. Named Second Team All-District his junior and senior year. Earned Academic All-State his senior season. Helped team to three district championships during prep career. Also helped team advance to state semi-finals. His junior year, the team won a regional championship.

#34 Travis Farrar

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 135
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Plano, Texas
  • High School: Plano West HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Played in 7 matches. Took 1 shot.
  • 2016: Played in 1 match.
  • 2015: Played in 1 match.
  • Plano West HS: Scored 2 goals and had 2 assists his senior year.

#15 Layne Garcia

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
  • High School: Keller Central HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: Sola
  • 2017: Played in 2 matches. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2016: Started in all 19 matches. Scored 1 goal and took 8 shots. Had game-winning goal against Hendrix College. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Started in 17 matches. Recorded 1 assist and 13 shots. Had 6 shots on goal.
  • 2014: A starter in all 20 matches. Scored 2 goals, including a memorable game-winning goal against Hardin-Simmons. Scored his other goal in a road match against Louisiana College. Finished with 14 shots.
  • Keller Central HS: Scored 2 goals and had 8 assists his senior season. Was named Honorable Mention All-State as a junior. Helped team to the regional tournament his junior campaign.

#12 Sean Garcia

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
  • High School: Central HS
  • Position: F/MF
  • Club Team: DFW Tejanos
  • 2017: Played in all 18 matches with 8 starts. Totaled 23 shots, second-most on the team. Posted 16 shots on frame. Recorded game-winning goal in playoffs. Finished season with 2 goals and 1 assist. Had 4 shots against Centenary and Howard Payne.
  • 2016: Started in nine matches and played in 13. Scored 3 goals and had 3 assists. Led the team with 40 shots. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Started in 1 match and played in 16. Took 9 shots, with 5 of those on frame.
  • Keller Central HS: Netted 12 goals and had 4 assists his senior season. Named First Team All-District and First Team All-Region as a senior.

#7 Michael Luster

  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Lewisville, Texas
  • High School: Lewisville HS/Paris JC
  • Position: MF
  • Club Team: Texans
  • 2017: Started in 16 matches and scored 2 goals. Tallied 1 assist and 15 shots. Had 4 shots on frame. Had 3 shots against Williams Baptist College.
  • 2016: Started in four matches. Scored 2 goals and had 6 shots.
  • Lewisville HS: Recorded 2 assists and was named Second Team All-District as a senior. Also earned team's Most Improved award.

#10 Miguel Reyes

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 180
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Canyon, Texas
  • High School: Canyon HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Named to the All-ASC Third Team. Scored 3 goals and recorded 1 assist. His 7 points tied for most on the team. Scored 2 game-winning goals to tie for the team lead. Led the team with 25 shots. He had 3 shots against two opponents and totaled nine multiple-shot games. His 2 game-winning goals tied for fifth in the ASC.
  • Canyon HS: Four-time First Team All-District performer, four-time team MVP and named Newcomer of the Year. Guided team to a Bi-District Championship in 2015.
  • Transfer from Grand Canyon University.

#27 Bradley Rice

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 185
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Fort Smith, Ark.
  • High School: Southside HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: Fort Smith Express
  • 2017: Named to the All-ASC Honorable Mention Team. Started in 9 games and saw action in 16. Totaled 5 shots on goal during the season. Named to the ASC All-Tournament Team following his performance in two post-season matches. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2016: Played in 15 matches and scored 1 goal. Took 5 shots. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Started in 11 matches and played in 17. Recorded 1 assist and took 9 shots.
  • Southside HS: Earned All-District and Second Team All-Conference as a senior.

#23 Alex Ross

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 180
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Heath, Texas
  • High School: Rockwall-Heath HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Started in 4 matches before suffering an injury. Recorded 2 assists in those four matches.
  • 2016: Named to the All-ASC Third Team. Was a versatile player for the Eagles starting in 18 matches and posting 3 goals and 2 assists. Took 19 shots, with 13 on frame. Scored twice in a key win over Mary Hardin-Baylor. Recorded 3 shots on two occasions. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Started in 14 matches and had 17 starts. Scored 1 goal and took 6 shots.
  • 2014: Started in all 20 matches. Totaled 2 assists and took 7 shots.
  • Rockwall-Heath HS: Scored 3 goals and added 8 assists his senior season.

#6 Thomas Ross

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Heath, Texas
  • High School: Rockwall-Heath HS
  • Position: MF
  • Club Team: Texas Spurs
  • 2017: Named to the All- ASC Second Team. Led the team with 5 assists and tied for the team lead in points with 7. His 5 assists were tied for the most in the league. Scored a goal and assisted on another against LeTourneau. He totaled 16 shots on the season. A starter in 16 games, he had 3 shots against two opponents. Named to the United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-South Region Team. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2016: Started in 3 matches and played in 16. Tied for the team-lead in assists with 6. His 6 assists were tied for third in the conference. Scored 1 goal and had ten shots. Had a pair of assists against Principia. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.
  • 2015: Played in 6 matches.
  • Rockwall-Heath HS: Scored 5 goals and recorded 7 assists as a senior. Earned Second Team All-District as a senior and First Team All-District as a junior. Named Academic All-State his senior campaign. Helped team to a Bi-District championship during his prep career.

#29 Kaden Stuart

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Keller, Texas
  • High School: Timber Creek HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: Dallas Texans
  • 2017: Started in 3 matches and played in 11.
  • 2016: Started in 3 matches and played in 14. Took 3 shots.
  • 2015: Started in 5 matches and played in 6.
  • Timber Creek HS: Recorded 8 assists and earned All-District, Academic All-State and Defensive MVP as a senior.

#19 Manny Torres

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Keller, Texas
  • High School: Timber Creek HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: Dallas Texans
  • 2017: Named to the All-ASC Honorable Mention Team. Started in 17 matches. Recorded 1 assist. Helped team own a 1.19 goals against average. His stellar play in the back helped Ozarks notch 7 shutouts, fourth-most in the ASC.
  • 2016: Played in 2 matches before an injury.
  • 2015: Started in 16 matches. Took 5 shots.
  • Timber Creek HS: Recorded 3 assists and scored 1 goal his senior season. Named Second Team All-District and Academic All-State as a senior. Also served as team captain in his senior season.

#18 Bryce Young

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 155
  • Year: Sr.
  • Hometown: Plano, Texas
  • High School: Plano West HS
  • Position: F
  • 2017: Played in 5 matches before suffering an injury. Scored 3 goals, tied for most on the team. Had 8 shots. Posted a two-goal performance against Centenary. Had game-winning goal in that match. Has 24 career goals, sixth-most in program history.
  • 2016: Named to the All-ASC Second Team. Tied for the league-lead in goals with 13 and game-winning goals with 4. Also ranked third in the league in points (27). Led the team in goals, game-winning goals, points and shots on goal (23). Finished second in shots (35). Posted two hat tricks on the season, and scored twice against Hendrix College. Totaled 7 points behind 3 goals and 1 assist against Ecclesia College. Recorded 6 shots against three different opponents. Posted the game-winning overtime goal against Mary Hardin-Baylor.
  • 2015: Played in 14 matches and started in 1. Scored 2 goals and recorded 7 shots.
  • 2014: Played in 20 matches and started in 17. Led the team with 6 goals and 15 points. Ranked fifth in the ASC in goals. Ranked sixth in the league in shots. Posted 32 shots, second-most on the team. Had four game-winning goals, second-most in the ASC. Scored twice against Westminster College. Totaled 5 shots and had a goal and an assist against Hendrix College.
  • Plano West HS: Scored 12 goals and recorded 3 assists en route to earning First Team All-District honors as a senior.

Juniors

#26 Luis Alfaro

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 140
  • Year: Jr.
  • Hometown: Clarksville, Ark.
  • High School: Clarksville HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Did not see action on the varsity team.
  • 2016: Played in 1 match.
  • Clarksville HS: Recorded 3 assists and helped team finish as Conference Runner-up his senior season.

#36 Tanner Young

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: Jr.
  • Hometown: Euless, Texas
  • High School: Colleyville Heritage HS
  • Position: D
  • Club Team: FC Dallas
  • 2017: Did not see action due to injury.
  • 2016: Started in 5 matches and played in 15. Recorded 1 assist.
  • Colleyville HS: Earned Team Defensive MVP as a freshman.

Sophomores

#31 Joshua Arroyave

  • Height: 5-6
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Katy, Texas
  • High School: Cypress Springs HS
  • Position: D
  • 2017: Played in 1 match.
  • Cypress Springs HS: Four-time Academic All-District performer. Honorable Mention as a freshman. Scored 5 goals and tallied 8 assists. As a freshman, helped program to a Regional Semi-Final appearance. Helped team to a District Championship as a sophomore. Guided team to back-to-back Bi-District Finalist positions.

#35 Paul Bien-Aime

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Tabarre, Haiti
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Did not see action on the varsity team.

#17 Brandon Batres

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 210
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Forney, Texas
  • High School: Forney HS
  • Position: D
  • 2017: Did not see action in 2017.

#14 Garrett Hammonds

  • Height: 5-6
  • Weight: 125
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Arlington, Texas
  • High School: Arlington HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Played in 6 matches and took 2 shots.
  • Arlington HS: Named Second Team All-District. Scored 4 goals and had 18 assists. Helped team to a District championship during prep career.

#33 Spence Jean Baptiste

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Tabarre, Haiti
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Started in 15 matches and recorded 3 goals and 16 shots. Posted a season-high 3 shots against Louisiana College and had 2 shots against three other opponents. His 3 goals tied for the team lead.

#21 Ralph Jean-Pierre

  • Height: 5-7
  • Weight: 160
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
  • Position: D
  • 2017: Played in 1 match.
  • Received the certificate of academic and athletic excellence in 2013 and 2016. As a sophomore, team won the Lamartine Clermont West Haiti Regional Championship and won the Golden boot. Scored six goals. Won the Port-au-Prince Championship as a senior. Served as team captain as a senior.

#30 Peter Ralph Severe

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 150
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Played in 1 match.
  • Was the team's top scorer in 2015 at Institution Saint-Louis de Gonzague. Scored 7 goals and had 10 assists.

#00 Logan Valestin

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: So.
  • Hometown: Bryant, Ark.
  • High School: Bryant HS
  • Position: GK
  • 2017: Started in 16 matches and played in 17. Posted a 9-5-2 record with a 1.17 gaa. Recorded 7 shutouts. Owned a 80% saves percentage, fourth-best in the ASC. Ranked third in the ASC in saves with 76. His 7 shutouts were second-most in the conference. Had 7 saves on two occasions. Recorded 5 saves in a shutout win in the playoffs.
  • Bryant HS: Member of the varsity team for three years. Posted a 0.70 goals against average as a senior. Led team to back-to-back 6A/7A Conference Championships.

Newcomers

#11 Pedro Gallaga

  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Willis, Texas
  • High School: Willis HS
  • Position: F
  • Willis HS: Named to the HVIAC All-Conference Team. Earned HVIAC Player of the Week. Scored 10 goals and had 12 assists.

#28 Eric Gasca

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Dallas, Texas
  • High School: Early College HS
  • Position: F
  • Early College HS: Named All-District from 2015-2018. Scored 42 goals and had 15 assists. Led team to a District Championship as a senior.

#24 Truman Hensley

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 150
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Montgomery, Texas
  • High School: The Woodlands HS
  • Position: MF
  • The Woodlands HS: Scored 2 goals and recorded 6 assists.

#4 Jonathan Julmiste

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Haiti
  • Position: D
  • Helped team to a championship in Lamartine Clermont Championship as a sophomore. Scored 2 goals and had 2 assists.

#1 Jordan Maloney

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Frisco, Texas
  • High School: Rick Reedy HS
  • Position: GK
  • 2018: Helped team to a 2018 North Texas State Championship.

#13 Lorfils Milord

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 165
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Cape Coral, Fla.
  • Position: MF

#20 Drew Mott

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 155
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Arlington, Texas
  • High School: James Martin HS
  • Position: MF
  • 2017: Did not see action on the pitch.
  • James Martin HS: Named All-District and was the Midfield MVP. Scored 5 goals and had18 assists. Helped team win the Area Championship.

#25 Ivan Vela

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 170
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Richmond, Texas
  • High School: Ben Franklin Terry HS
  • Position: MF
  • Ben Franklin Terry HS: Named First Team All-District. Scored 7 goals and recorded 15 assists. Helped team to the third round of the playoffs.

#32 Rigo Resendez

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 150
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Clarksville, Ark.
  • High School: Clarksville HS
  • Position: MF

#2 Jax Robinson

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 165
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Claremore, Okla.
  • High School: Verdigris HS
  • Position: D

#8 Asahel Salgado

  • Height: 5-6
  • Weight: 165
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Dallas, Texas
  • High School: Bryan Adams HS
  • Position: MF
  • Club Team: Solar Chelsea Academy
  • Helped team to the state cup championship.

#5 Richard Souffrant

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 175
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Tabarre, Haiti
  • Position: D

#37 Jonathan Smith

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 140
  • Year: Fr.
  • Hometown: Jackson, Miss.
  • High School: Jim Hill HS
  • Position: MF
  • Jim Hill HS: Named best defensive player. Recorded 1 assist.

Career Records

Points

  • 149 - Marcos Gonzalez (52g 45a) - 1998-01
  • 130 - Ron Hogsett (49g 32a) - 2002-05
  • 128 - Ricky Herrera (54g 20a) - 2000-03
  • 86 - Jared Gordon (35g 16a) - 2003-06
  • 85 - Will Masterson (24g 37a) - 1999-02
  • 73 - Ryan Skelly (27g 19a) - 2003-06
  • 58 - Shaun Renfro (16g 26a) - 2006-09
  • 56 - Brandon VanCleave (19g 18a) - 2006-07, 09
  • 56 - Dylan Evans (21g 14a) - 2006-09
  • 56 - Guido Salas (21g 14a) - 2008-11

Goals

  • 54 - Ricky Herrera - 2000-03
  • 52 - Marcos Gonzalez - 1998-01
  • 49 - Ron Hogsett - 2002-05
  • 35 - Jared Gordon - 2003-06
  • 27 - Ryan Skelly - 2003-06
  • 24 - Will Masterson - 1999-02
  • 24 - Bryce Young - 2014-17
  • 21 - Guido Salas - 2008-11
  • 21 - Dylan Evans - 2006-09
  • 20 - Thomas Mills - 2013-16
  • 19 - Brandon VanCleave - 2006-07, 09

Assists

  • 45 - Marcos Gonzalez - 1998-01
  • 37 - Will Masterson - 1999-02
  • 32 - Ron Hogsett - 2002-05
  • 26 - Shaun Renfro - 2006-09
  • 20 - Ricky Herrera - 2000-03
  • 19 - Ryan Skelly - 2003-06
  • 18 - Zach Boatwright - 1999-02
  • 18 - Brandon VanCleave - 2006-07, 09
  • 17 - Matt Engelman - 2006-08
  • 16 - Marcus Aldaba - 2010-13
  • 16 - Darren Clark - 2004-07
  • 16 - Jared Gordon - 2003-06

Shots

  • 367 - Marcos Gonzalez (52 goals) - 1998-01
  • 220 - Ron Hogsett (49 goals) - 2002-05
  • 205 - Ricky Herrera (54 goals) - 2000-03
  • 193 - Jared Gordon (35 goals) - 2003-06
  • 188 - Ryan Skelly (27 goals) - 2003-06
  • 176 - Will Masterson (24 goals) - 1999-02
  • 133 - Shaun Renfro (16 goals) - 2006-09
  • 131 - Brandon VanCleave (19 goals) - 2006-07, 09
  • 129 - Brandon Cain (10 goals) - 2006-07
  • 124 - Darren Clark (17 goals) - 2004-07
  • 124 - Zach Boatwright (7 goals) - 1999-02

Saves

  • 375 - Brian Sarber (60 GA, 375 saves) - 2005-08
  • 353 - Chris Schultz (86 GA, 353 saves) - 2001-04
  • 281 - Austin Benner (65 GA, 281 saves) - 2013-15
  • 220 - Neil Thompson (91 GA, 220 saves) - 2009-11
  • 169 - Matt Dresher (58 GA, 169 saves) - 1997-98
  • 136 - Loscar Mejia (45 GA, 136 saves) - 1997-00
  • 86 - Austin Wendelken (24 GA, 86 saves) - 1999
  • 80 - Luis Mena (28 GA, 80 saves) - 2014-16
  • 76 - Logan Valestin (19 GA, 76) - 2017
  • 64 - Jeffrey Enevoldsen (12 GA, 64 saves) - 2004-07

Goals Against Average

  • 0.80 - Brian Sarber (60 GA, 6735 min) - 2005-08
  • 1.17 - Chris Schultz (86 GA, 6620 min) - 2001-04
  • 1.18 - Austin Benner (65 GA, 4944 min) - 2013-15
  • 1.53 - Luis Mena (31 GA, 1820 min) - 2014-17
  • 1.59 - Loscar Mejia (45 GA, 2540 min) - 1997-00
  • 1.77 - Neil Thompson (91 GA,4625 min) - 2009-11
  • 1.81 - Matt Dresher (58 GA, 2891 min) - 1997-98

Shutouts

  • 27 - Chris Schultz - 2001-04
  • 25 - Brian Sarber - 2005-08
  • 15 - Austin Benner - 2013-15
  • 10 - Neil Thompson - 2009-11
  • 7 - Logan Valestin - 2017
  • 7 - Matt Dresher - 1997-98
  • 7 - Loscar Mejia - 1997-00
  • 4 - Luis Mena - 2014-17
  • 4 - Jeffrey Enevoldsen - 2004-07
  • 3 - Austin Wendelken - 1999
  • 2 - Nick Courtney - 1999, 01-02
  • 1 - Chase Williams - 2001

Games Played

  • 84 - Dan De Hart - 2005-08
  • 83 - Dylan Evans - 2006-09
  • 83 - Ricky Herrera - 2000-03
  • 82 - Aaron Coats - 1998-02
  • 81 - Chris Schultz - 2001-04
  • 81 - Ron Hogsett - 2002-05
  • 79 - Darren Clark - 2004-07
  • 78 - Jared Gordon - 2003-06
  • 78 - Brian Sarber - 2005-08
  • 78 - Ryan Skelly - 2003-06
  • 78 - CJ Smith - 2002-05
  • 78 - Marcos Gonzalez - 1998-01

Honors & Awards

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American

  • 2008 Brian Sarber (3rd Team)
  • 2005 Ron Hogsett (2nd Team)

Academic All-America (All-District)

  • 2002 Ricky Herrera (Verizon)
  • 2003 Ricky Herrera
  • 2003 Ron Hogsett
  • 2004 Ron Hogsett
  • 2005 Ron Hogsett (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2007 Brian Sarber (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2008 Brian Sarber (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2008 Clay Johnson (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2010 Guido Salas (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2010 Tony Santoro (ESPN The Magazine)
  • 2011 Tony Santoro (Capital One)
  • 2014 Austin Benner (Capital One)
  • 2015 Travis Leach (Capital One)

NSCAA All-Region

  • 2001 Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team)
  • 2002 Aaron Coats (2nd Team)
  • 2002 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team)
  • 2003 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team)
  • 2004 Will Brahic (3rd Team)
  • 2005 Lars Nyberg (3rd Team)
  • 2006 Brian Sarber (1st Team)
  • 2006 Jared Gordon (3rd Team)
  • 2006 Ryan Skelly (3rd Team)
  • 2007 Brian Sarber (2nd Team)
  • 2007 Darren Clark (3rd Team)
  • 2008 Brian Sarber (1st Team)
  • 2008 Dan De Hart (2nd Team)
  • 2008 Shaun Renfro (3rd Team)
  • 2009 Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

ASC Offensive Player of the Year

  • 2001 Marcos Gonzalez (East-Co)

ASC Defensive Player of the Year

  • 2001 Aaron Coats (East)
  • 2007 Brian Sarber
  • 2014 Travis Leach

Program Records

Team Records

  • Most Wins 18 (2001)
  • Most Consecutive Wins 9 (2001)
  • Fewest Losses 3 (2001, 2008)
  • Most Losses 13 (1997)
  • Most Consecutive Losses 11 (1996)
  • Fewest Wins 0 (1996)
  • Most Ties 5 (2005)
  • Highest Winning Pct. .840 (2001)
  • Lowest Winning Pct. .038 (1996)
  • Most Goals Scored 92 (2001)
  • Fewest Goals Scored 17 (2010, 2015)
  • Most Goals Allowed 38 (1999, 2011)
  • Fewest Goals Allowed 16 (2007, 2015)
  • Best GAA 0.71 (2007)
  • Most Shots Attempted 519 (2000)
  • Most Shots Allowed 284 (1999)
  • Most Cautions 40 (2001)
  • Most Ejections 17 (1999)
  • Most PK’s Attempted 8 (2001)
  • Most PK’s Scored 6 (2001)
  • Most PK’s Against 10 (1999)
  • Most PK’s Allowed 7 (1999)
  • Most Shutouts 11 (2005)
  • Most Consecutive Shutouts 5 (2002)
  • Fewest Times Shutout 0 (2001)
  • Most Times Shutout 8 (1997, 2010)
  • Unbeaten Streak 16 (2001)
  • Most Points 262 (2001)
  • Most Points Per Game 12.04 (2001)
  • Most Goals 92 (2001)
  • Most Goals Per Game 4.18 (2001)
  • Most Assists 78 (2001)
  • Most Assists Per Game 3.55 (2001)
  • Scoring Margin 3.2 (2001)

Year-By-Year Results/All-Time Roster

Coaching Records

Coaching Records

  • 1996-Scott Placek: 0-12-1 (0-6-0 ASC)
  • 1997-Scott Placek: 5-13-1 (1-8-1 ASC)
  • 1998-Scott Placek: 10-8-2 (3-4-1 ASC)
  • 1999-Dave De Hart: 7-9-2 (3-4-1 ASC)
  • 2000-Dave De Hart: 15-7-0 (6-4-0 ASC)
  • 2001-Dave De Hart: 18-3-1 (8-1-1 ASC)
  • 2002-Dave De Hart: 13-6-1 (8-4-0 ASC)
  • 2003-Dave De Hart: 13-8-1 (9-4-1 ASC)
  • 2004-Dave De Hart: 11-9-0 (8-5-0 ASC)
  • 2005-Dave De Hart: 13-4-5 (8-2-3 ASC)
  • 2006-Dave De Hart: 14-6-1 (10-3-0 ASC)
  • 2007-Dave De Hart: 17-5-0 (11-2-0 ASC)
  • 2008-Dave De Hart: 14-3-4 (8-3-2 ASC)
  • 2009-John Cossaboon: 12-5-3 (8-3-2 ASC)
  • 2010-John Cossaboon: 5-12-0 (4-9-0 ASC)
  • 2011-John Cossaboon: 6-11-1 (5-7-1 ASC)
  • 2012-John Cossaboon: 4-10-1 (4-8-0 ASC)
  • 2013-John Cossaboon: 7-7-5 (2-4-4 ASC)
  • 2014-Matt Torok: 10-8-2 (5-3-1 ASC)
  • 2015-Matt Torok: 7-7-3 (4-3-1 ASC)
  • 2016-Aaron Brueckner: 10-6-3 (4-4-2 ASC)
  • 2017-Aaron Brueckner: 9-7-2 (4-5-2 ASC)
  • All-Time Totals: 220-166-39 (123-96-22 ASC)

American Southwest Conference

ASC Members: Belhaven University, Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, McMurry University, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas and University of Texas at Tyler

NCAA Division III

The college experience is a time of learning and growth — a chance to follow passions and develop potential. For student-athletes in Division III, all of this happens most importantly in the classroom and through earning an academic degree. The Division III experience provides for passionate participation in a competitive athletic environment, in which student-athletes push themselves to excellence and build upon their academic success with new challenges and life skills. And student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their full passions and find their potential through a comprehensive educational experience.

What We Wear

2018 Schedule

  • Aug. 24 at Harding University (exhibition)
  • Aug. 26 Ouachita Baptist (exhibition)
  • Aug. 31 vs #Berry College
  • Sept. 2 vs #Birmingham Southern College
  • Sept. 5 Lyon College
  • Sept. 8 Williams Baptist College
  • Sept. 13 at *Texas Dallas
  • Sept. 15 at *Howard Payne University
  • Sept. 20 *Concordia University Texas
  • Sept. 22 *Mary Hardin-Baylor
  • Sept. 27 at *Hardin-Simmons University
  • Sept. 29 at *McMurry University
  • Oct. 2 Ecclesia College
  • Oct. 6 *Sul Ross State University
  • Oct. 11 at *East Texas Baptist University
  • Oct. 13 at *LeTourneau University
  • Oct. 16 Hendrix College
  • Oct. 20 *UT-Tyler
  • Oct. 25 *Belhaven University
  • Oct. 27 %*Louisiana College
  • October 30 at American Southwest Conference Championship Championship Tournament
  • November 2 & 4 at American Southwest Conference Championship Championship Tournament
  • #Birmingham Southern College Labor Day Classic
  • *American Southwest Conference match
  • %Homecoming/Senior Day/ Fun on the Fields

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