USD Men's Soccer 2007

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P resident:. . Dr. 1\ lary E. Lyons NCAA Faculty Representative:............................................. i\fitch i\falachowski Executive Director of Athletics: ......................................................... Ky Snyder Senior Associate Athletics Director: . ............... l\ like l\ latoso Assoc. AD/ Business Affairs: . ......... Dan Yourg Assoc. AD / Compliance & Student Services/S\XI,\ .......................Shaney Fink Associate ,\D/ t\thletic D evelopment: ......................................... Brian Fogarty Associate AD/ Facilities & Operations:........................................... Andrew Fee Associate AD / Sports i\ ledicine: .........................Carolyn Greer, l\l.J\., A.T., C. Associate AD/ Media Relations: ........................Ted Gosen Asst. Director of i\ th!etic D evelopment ............ Kari I.ogan Promotions Coordinator: ................................................................Chris Morales Asst. Director of Media Relarjons ................ Chris Loucks Coor. of Athletic Academic Support ......................................Sarabeth Po!Jock Coor. of Student Athlete Services ...................... Keddy Saunders Game Operations l\lanager .......................... Kathy Marpe Director,Jenny Craig Pavilion ...................................................... .Josh Lawrence Asst. Dir of JCP/ Events l\ fanager:. .............Branda Cook Athletic Ticket Manager: ................................................................... Sierra Foster Strength & Conditioning Coach: ................................................ Stephane Roche l\ lgr. of Athletic Equipment Services .. ...............l\ laggie Sinclair Assoc. Athletic Trainers: ......................... \Xiii Filamor, Paul Signorelli Head Team Physician: ....................................................... Paul C. Murphy, l\l.D. Associate Team Physicians: ......... Jerry Hizon, l\ lD; R.ich Uhler, DO; Calvin \Xio ng, i\ lD; Ken Anderson, DO. Men's Soccer Information Head Coach .........Seamus l\ fcFadden, (29th season) Assistant Coach: ........................................ l\ like "N ico" N icholson (3rd season) Assistant Coach: ...Brian \Xlilson, (Ist season) Soccer Office Phone ...................................................................... (619) 260-2305 Fax: .................................................................................................... (61 9) 260-2990 Athletic\Xlebsite .................................................................

2007 Season Previe" · . ....................... 2 USD Soccer 'i\ Torern Tradition o f Excellence' ............................................... 3 Head Coach Seamus i\ lcl'adc.len ... ............................ 4 Assistants l\[ike N icholson & Brian Quinn ....................................................... 5 2007 USD Roster & Team Photo ........................................................................ 6 Player Biographies ...........7- 15 l\leet The Toreros ................................................................................................. 16 2006 Final Statistics & Results .......................... 17 USD Record Book.. . . 18 Year-By-Year Scores ........................................................................................19-2 I All-Time Records vs. Opponents ..................................... 22 USD Alumni .......................................................................................................... 23 USD Honor Roll ................................................................................................... 24 University o f San Diego Profile ........................................................................ 25 President l\lary E. Lyons & Ky Snyder, Executive D ir. o f Athletics ........... 26 Academic Support & Strength Training .. . .. 27 Adidas Team Sports ................................................. 28 2007 Team Photo/ Schedule ........Back Cover

University Quick Facts

Location: Founded:

5998 ,\lcala Park, San Diego, CA, 9211 0-2492 1949 7,600 Toreros Columbia Blue, Navy & \Xlhite NCAA Division l \Xlest Coast Torero Stadium (7,000 capacity)

E nro!Jment: N ickname: Colors: A ffiliation: Conference: Home Field:

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TOREROS DEFINED #JloREROS. The University o f San Diego, which sponsors sixteen NCJ\ f\ Division I intercol– legiare reams, competes under the arhleric nickname of Toreros. In 1961 , the J\fosr Reverend Bishop Buddy, the founding farher of USD, announced that the school's nickname would change from Pioneers to Toreros. "The name Toreros is keeping with rhe friendly relationship which exists between San Diego and P.lexico," His Excellency said at the time. Torern comes from the spanish rerm turu, rhe bull, and from rhe \vord rorear, to fight bulls. /\ll of rhe conresrams in the ring are called toreros. Torero is a general term describing a bullfighter and signifies courage, honor and fidelity. USO student-athletes, like the Torero, represent a willingness to stand alone in rht: ring and acct:pr the challt:nge.

Tht: 2005-2006 school year marks the 45th anniver:-ary with Tort:ros as rhe official nickname for LJSD athlt:ric teams.

2007 USD Men's Soccer Media Guide Edit and layout: Chris Loucks & Ryan McCann Photos: Brock Scott (Scott Photo) Printing: Kings Printing

USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990


The University of San Diego men's soccer team lost only four starters this past season and will return 15 letter winners, including senior front-man Dusti ng Guerrero and senior defender Brett Hiroto for the 2007 season. The Torero coaching staff w ill look heavily to the upperclassmen to guide this year's squad to the post season. However, the underclassmen, including sophomore defensemen Ryan Peterman and sopho– more forward J.T. Howlan (three goals in 2006), should not be over looked. "There are a lot of different variations we can use w ith this squad;' said head coach Seamus McFadden. "It's just a matter of fit– ting the right peg in the right hole:' The Toreros were recognized by the con– ference with numerous AII-WCC honors in 2006. Three seniors (Ryan Guy, Michael Caso, and Kevin Meissner) all earned first team All-Conference honors. Wh ile return– er Tim Grey earned both Honorable Men– tion and All-Freshman honors. Sam Reeder also made the Honorable Mention team, and Ryan Peterman made the All-Freshman team as well. With returners like Grey, Pe– terman, and Reeder, the Toreros w ill make a strong presence in the wee. "We've got lots of experience and now we need to translate this into performance." Said McFadden In the wee pre-season coaches'poll, USO was picked to finish third after lead ing the conference w ith 47 goals last season and tying a WCC record with 22 goals against league opponents. The Toreros will look to improve upon that mark this upcoming season with la st year's rookie squad gaining more experience on the field. "We initiated a new system in the spring and it worked well for us;' explained McFad– den. "We had good results and hopefully some of that success can carry over from the spring. The Captains The team chose seniors Dustin Guerrero and Colin Jennings, and junior Sam Reeder to lead the 2007 squad.

Up Front Returning to the front line th is season are sophomores JT Howlan and Chase Tangney. Tangney posted three assists in his 15 appear– ances last season wh ile Howlan recorded three goals and four assists in his 19 appearances. Looking for field time at the striker position w ill be Kyle Ochoa and Brandon Kelley. "Depending on the situation, we'll be work– ing on a substitution pattern to integ rate Ochoa and Kelley up front;' said McFadden. Ochoa, a 6-foot freshman from Rancho Cu– camonga, Calif. was a four year scholar-athlete scoring 25 goals for Etiwanda, and was a high school teammate of Mike Barbeito. Kelley, a 6- foot freshman comes from Snohomish, Wash. where as an upperclassman he combined to score 48 goals and was named team MVP and Gatorade State Player of the Year as a senior. In The Middle Backing up the forward attack and thwarting off the opposition wi ll be sen iors Tannen Weis, Col in Jennings, and Dustin Guerrero. Jennings wi ll play a powerfu l role in the midd le with his abil ity to make plays happen when the pres– sure ison. Guerrero is USD's leading goa l scorer (4) returning in 2007 wh ile tallying three assists and taking seven shots on goal, followed by Weis with three goals last season. "Traditionally Guerrero gives us a good work ethic and drops back in a hurry and works really hard in the midfield;' commented McFadden. Helping out the seniors in the midfield wi ll be sophomore Mike Barbeito, who scored two goals in 11 appearances. Freshman Ke– gan Johnson from Bend, Ore. also has great potential in the future for USO. Johnson was team captain, two-time All-League, All-State as a senior, and helped lead his team to an un– defeated season until the championship game where they finished second in the state. The Backfield The defensive side of the field will be led by seniors Brett Hiroto and Blaine Smith, and ju– nior Sam Reeder. Junior Dane McCleary and sophomores Ryan Peterman, Tim Grey, Tony Ortega, and Fabrice Gautrat will also play vita l roles in rounding out the defense. The fresh– man defenders include Chris Busch, Max Blu– menshine, JD Penilton, and Josh Converse who will al l compete for playing time in 2007. Busch, a 5-foot-9 freshman, joins the team from Santa Cruz, Ca lif. where as a Junior he helped lead

his team to the Central Coast Championships and then to the fina ls his sen ior year. His team– mate, Josh Converse, was named WCAL Honor– able Mention playing for the Santa Cruz Country Breakers club team. Blumenshine, a 5-foot- 11 freshman, was named Al l-League as a senior. The Last Line .. Kelin Briones is due up to take control of the box. The 5-foot- 11 junior tallied 223 minutes in five appearances du ring the 2006 campaign. Briones had two goa ls against and recorded one save, one win, and one shutout. Competing for time in goal wi ll be freshman Adam Campbell and Mike Sinod is. Sinod is is a walk-on freshman from Gil bert, Ariz. Campbell, a 6-foot-4 freshman, was named Team MVP, League MVP, was named first team All-League, and first team AI I-CI F. Tommy McClain, currently recovering from an injury he sustained prior to the start of non-con– ference action, could also see time in the keeper box later in the season Coach McFadden said. The Schedu le The toreros face another grueling schedule battling against tough non-conference & West Coast Conference opponents. Six teams USO wi ll face in 2007 made it to post season action last year (Cal Berkeley, Hofstra, Brown, University of San Francisco, and Santa Clara University) includ– ing the runners up in the title match, UCLA. "It's going to be tough;' explained McFadden. "It wil l be a big test for us. But we feel we can beat anyone on the daY:' The always difficult double round rob in format calls for USO to play every wee team once at home and once on the road. The schedu le does not let up once conference action starts with Santa Clara ranked in the top ten in the nation. "We want to do better in conference;' said Mc– Fadden "It's a difficult schedule Just looking at it. We want to present ourselves well against each team but the focus is conference:' Coach McFadden went on to explain that the new system they tried out in the spring will hopefu lly help them once conference play be– gins and bring them better consistency against wee opponents.

The Coaching Staff Returning for his 29th season as head coach of the men's soccer program is Seamus McFadden. McFadden holds a 283-202-43 overal l record and a 66-50-11 West Coast Conference mark. Assist– ing him in his third year with the Toreros is Mike USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

TORERO MEN'S SOCCER: A Tradition Of Excellence

Nicholson. Joining the coaching staff in his first year is Brian Quinn. "The staff this yea r is great;' comment– ed McFadden. "I'm real excited with 'Nico' (Mike Nicholson) and 'Qu inny' (Brian Quinn) I th ink both Nicholson Qu inn are great coaches, both very dynamic, and are all on the same game plan together. They have a lot of knowledge abou t soc– ce r. Quinn played for the national team and brings a wea lth of experience. Nico is just as talented, and I think they both could be coaching at the division I level'.' With the new addition to the coach– ing staff, McFadden described how excit– ed with anticipation he was for the first match to see how t hings fal l into place. The Season Opener "We want to get back to the tourna– ment;' stated McFadden. "That's ou r pri– ority, and wi n t he conference tit le. We'll take it one step at a time. We've been working hard to get the recru its here to ba lance the team and we've got the ta l– ent:' The Toreros open up against the Cal Berkeley Golden Bears on August 31 at home. West Coast Conference play will begin on October 7 when USD faces Santa Clara atTorero Stadium. "We've got lots of youth and experi– ence and now we just have to see the performance."


USD Men's Soccer Since 1990

0 R E R 0 s 0 C C

EIGHTEEN Years of 10 or more victories NINETEEN Winning Seasons ELEVEN NCAA Tournament Appearances ('90, '92, '93, '94, '95, '98, '99, '00, 'O 1, '02, '03) EIGHTNSCAA All-Americans SEVEN WCC Coach of the Year Honors for Seamus McFadden

('90, '92, '94, '95, '98, '99, '00) FIVE WCC Championships ('92, '95, '98, '99, '00)

44 First Team AII-WCC Selections 34 Second Team AII-WCCSelections 35 Honorable Mention wee Picks 27 wee All-Academic Members 14 wee Players of the Year .700 Winning Percentage (283-202-11)


2007 Camptins Sam Reeder,, Colin Jennings and Dustin Guerrero 1992 NCAA National Championship Runner-Up: Record of 19-5 3 USO NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

SEAMUS McFADDEN Heall Coach - 29th Season

With all of the success enjoyed by the Torero soc– cer teams the last several years - eleven NCAA Tournament appearances in thirteen seasons - it is easy to overlook the remarkable job Coach Seamus McFadden has done building the program from the ground up. McFadden has been named West Coast Confer– ence Coach of the Year a record seven times (2000, '99, '98, '95, '94, '92, '86); won five WCC championships; has coached eight WCC Defensive Players of the Year, six WCC Offensive Players of the Year and two WCC Freshman Players of the Year. The 2006 squad was a mix of youth and experience fini shing 10-8-1 overall, XXXXX. In 2003 his squad went 12-4-4, placed second in the highly competitive WCC, and reached the 2nd round of the NCAA Tourney. In 2002 he directed USD to a 14-6 mark and first round appearance in the NC.Ar\ Tourney. In 2001 the Toreros went 12-4-1 and four seasons ago he directed his Toreros to a 16-2-2 record, another WCC title and its eighth trip to the NCAAs since 1990. The Toreros reached a national ranking as high as 3rd before finishing the season tenth overall (program-best). McFadden arrived at USD in 1979 and fielded USD 's first team in the fall of 1980. That same year he was quoted in the team's yearbook as saying: " I have no doubts that in the near future the University of San Diego will become a force to be reckoned with in Southern California intercollegiate soccer." How prophetic his words turned out to be. The 1986 Toreros won 19 of 24 games. The 1990

SEAMUS McFADDEN 29th Season McFadden At USD

wee 5-6-1 4-5-3 4-6-2 4-2-0 3-3-0 3-2-1 5-0-1 * 4-2-0* 5-1-0* 3-3-0 3-2-1 5-1 -0* 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-1-0* 1-4-0 2-2-1 2-3-0 1-3-1


Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 199 1 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Overall 10-8-1 9-6-5 7-10-3 12-4-4 14-6-0 12-4-1 16-2-2 14-4-0 12-9-0 11 -7-1 10-3-5 12-5-2 13-6-0 14-7-0 19-5-0 7-12-0 16-3-5 14-6-1 10-8-2 12-7-2 19-4-1 7-1 1-2 4-12-4 1-14-0 3-15-1 5-12-1

2nd Rd 1st Rd 2nd Rd 2nd Rd 1st Rd 2nd Rd 1st Rd 1st Rd 2nd Rd Final 2nd Rd

McFadden 7-time WCC Coach of the Year

squad, led by the first of McFadden's four All-Americans, dropped just three games the entire season and advanced to the NCAA Second Round. Those who know McFadden closely could see the writing on the wall many years earlier, when the Irishman led Mesa JC to a 30-4 record over two seasons while at the same time guiding Clairemont High to consecutive CIF-San Diego Section titles and the La Jolla Cup. The whole puzzle came together in 1992 when McFadden had in place several of San Diego's best local talent. Student-athletes, who in the past had looked outside the city to showcase their talents, were sud– denly arriving at Alcala Park. The 1992 Toreros showed remarkable poise under their leader, compiling a 19-5 record and advancing to the NCAA Championship Game. The 54-year-old McFadden seems to save his best coaching for the big games. Twice the Toreros have marched onto UCLA's home turf and walked away with stunning upsets over the heavily-favored Bruins. In 1994, USD shutout No. 6 ranked N.C. State, 3-0, in front of a national cable television audience. In 1998,


Totals 283-202-43; 66-50-11 WCC * won or shared WCC title

USD upset Cal State Fullerton, the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament, at Titan Stadium in first round action. In 1999 the Toreros defeated then No. 1-ranked Santa Clara on the road, 2-1 in overtime. USD is 8-10 in NCAA Tournament games under McFadden's direc– tion. McFadden played collegiately at San Diego State, where he received a B.A. degree in His– tory in 1976. That same summer he was with the San Diego Jaws of the North American Soccer League. Keeping true to his native roots, McFadden took the 1997 squad on a trip to his homeland Ireland during the summer for exhibition games against Ireland and Britain's elite. In the summer of 2002 he is took his players to England. A native of Donegal, Ireland, Seamus and his wife davette have two daughters (Hadley & Rorye) and a son (Conor). The McFad– dens reside in Rancho Penasquitos.

Torero Coaching Staff (1-r) Mike Nicholson, Seamus McFadden, Brian Quinn

USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

MIKE NICHOLSON Assis ant Coach - 3rd Season

Michael "Nico" Nicholson returns for hi s second season as an assistant coach to Seamus McFadden and the University of San Diego men's soccer program. N icholson comes to Alcala Park after serving as an assistan t coach to the University of California, San Die o women's soccer program from 1994-2005. During his stint

with UCSD, the Tritons captured three NCAA Division II and three NCAA Division III national championships. From 2003-05, Nicholson was also the

director of the Temecula/Murrieta Soccer Club and from 1998 to 2003, he acted as the Head Boy's Coach for the San Diego Surf. Many of the club teams at the Surf achieved Regional and State success and many of his players were placed on national teams. In 1994, he coached the Nomads Boy's Under 16 club that won a national championship. In addition to his tremendous wealth of coaching experience, Nicholson also spent time with the United Systems of Independent Soccer League, a men's semi-professional league. He played three seasons for the San Diego Top Guns from 1993-95 and guided his team to the Regional Finalists in 1994 and 1995. Nicholson graduated from the University of Leeds in England, where he earned a degree in Sports Science in 1989. He captained his soccer team to the national finals in 1989 and his team won the national championship in 1986.

IAN QUINN Assistant Coach - 1st Season Born in Belfast, Ireland, Brian Qu inn joins the USD men's soccer program for his first year w ith the Toreros. He has many years of both playing and coach ing at the highest level to accompany his distingui shed 16 year professional career dating back all the way to 1978. Quinn holds a USSF 'A' Coaching licen se. He coached the San Diego Sockers in the CISL from 1995-96. In 1997-99 coached the San Jose Clash/ Earthquakes of the MLS before returning for a second term with the San Diego Sockers from 2000-04 in the

MISL.The former Director of Coaching of Poway Youth Soccer Club (1991-94), Quinn currently is the Director of Boys coaching for F.C. San Diego, Program Development Advisor AYSO Matrix and is a Technical Director for adidas ESP developmental program. He also coached The Bishop's School, La Jolla girls varsity soccer team. Quinn was an 8 time Champion with the Sa n Diego Sockers, 8 time All-Star, 4th all time scorer in Sockers history, 2nd All time playoff Scorer, 2 Time MVP in playoff championship Series (1986 & 1990), 1991 Gold Cup Winner - US National Team, 1992 US Cup Winner - US National Team, was the youngest coach in Major League Soccer history in 1997, and co-host of "Inside Soccer" internet radio show.

USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

2007 USD Team Roster & Photo

Back Row: Head Coach Seamus McFadden, Tim Grey, Tommy McClain, Adam Campbell, Mike Sinodis, Kelin Briones, Fabrice Gautrat, Asst. Coach Mike Nicholson, Asst. Coach Brian Quinn Middle Row:Tannen Weis, Brett Hiroto, Joshua Converse, Colin Jennings, Blaine Smith, Sam Reeder, Kyle Ochoa, Brandon Kelley, Max Blumen- shine, Dane McCleary Front Row: Chris Busch, Dustin Guerrero, Tony Ortega, J.D. Penilton, JT Howlan, Ryan Peterman, Mike Barbeito, Chase Tangney, Kegan Johnson N O NAME POS HT WT Year H ometown Last School 0 Tommy McClain GK 6-1 200 so El Caj on, CA Univ. of Arkansas 1 Kelin Briones GK 5-11 201 JR Chino, CA Don Antonio Lugo HS 2 Ryan Peterman D 5-8 148 so Rancho Cucamonga, CA Rancho Cucamonga HS 3 Tim Grey D 6-1 190 so Port Orchard, WA South Kitsap HS 4 Sam Reeder D 6-0 180 JR Highland Village, TX Marcus HS 5 Fabrice Gautrat D 6-1 176 so Valencia, CA Hart HS 6 Brandon Kelley F 6-0 173 FR Snohomish, WA Snohomish HS 7 Dane McCleary D 5-11 170 JR* Kailua, HI Iolani School 8 Chase Tangney F 5-8 150 so Gig Harbor, WA Bellarmine Prep HS 9 JT Howlan F 5-10 168 so Thornton, CO Horizon HS 10 Tannen Weis MF 5-11 170 SR* Orange County, CA Santa Clara 11 Chri stopher Busch D 5-9 165 FR Santa Cruz, CA Bellormine College Prep 12 Blaine Smith D 6-1 180 SR Temecula, CA Temecula Valley HS 13 Kyle Ochoa F 6-0 185 SO* Rancho Cucamonga, CA E tiwanda HS 14 Colin Jennings MF 6-0 185 SR San Diego, CA San Diego State 15 Max Blumenshine D 5-11 170 FR Murrieta, CA Murrieta Valley HS 16 JD Penilton D 5-1 1 180 FR Portland, OR Jesuit HS 17 Mike Barbeito MF 5-9 151 so Rialto, CA E tiwanda HS 18 Kegan Johnson MF 5-9 155 FR Bend , OR Bend Senior HS 19 Brett Hiroto D 6-0 170 SR* Riverside, CA Riverside Poly HS 20 Tony Ortega D 5-10 175 SO* San Diego, CA Mt. Carmel HS 21 Dustin Guerrero MF 6-0 159 SR San Diego, CA Valley Christian HS 22 Joshua Converse D 6-1 175 FR Santa Cruz, CA Bellarmine College Prep 25 Mike Sinodis GK 5-9 160 FR Gilbert, AZ Brophy College Prep 27 Adam Campbell GK 6-4 185 FR Laguna N iguel, CA Aliso Niguel HS


* used redshirt year

H ead Coach:

Seamus McFadden (28th season)

Assistants: Mike "Nico" N icholson (3rd season), Brian Quinn (1s t season) USD NCAA Tournament Appearances- 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

TANNENWELS Senior Midfield

2006: Started 1S games appearing in 19 ... Had two game-winning goals (UC Riverside on Sept. 12, Gonzaga on Sept. 24) ... His third goal came in the 4-0 victory over Albany on August 27 ... Tallied two assists giving Weis eight points on the season ... Tallied 17 shots and 10 shots on goal finishing with a .588 SOG percentage.

2005: Weis made five starts and 20 appearances for the Toreros in 2005 ... Recorded match-winning goals against UC Irvine and Gonzaga as well as netting one unassisted goal against Saint Mary's ... had six shots on goal and recorded one assist for a total of 19 points.

USD Career: Sat out as a redshirt sophomore in 2004. Prior to USD:Transferred from Santa Clara University, where he competed for the Broncos as a freshman in 2003 .. . In his first year, Weis played in 23 matches, tallying three goals and four assists ... Sat out the 2004 season and transferred to USD in the spring. Prep/Club: Graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in 2003 ... As a senior, Weis guided his team to the 2003 CIF South Section Division I Semi-Finals and a No. 10 ranking in the country by ... Voted the 2003 Orange County Register

Boys Soccer Player of the Year... Named to the L.A. Times High School All-Star First Team ... Earned team MVP honors as a sophomore and senior... Finished his career as the fifth leading scorer in school history and the second leading assists man. Personal: Born on March 8, 1985 in Orange, Calif... Recruited by Santa Clara and Cal State North ridge ... Chose USD because of the coaches and the location. Major: History.

TANNEN WELS CAREER STATS GP/GS G A PT Red-shirted at USO this season. 20/5 3 1 7 SH

YR 2004 2005 2006 TOT


19 17 36

2 2 4

19/ 15 39/20

3 6

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BLAINE SMITH Senior Midfield

2006: Six games started for USD with 15 appearances ...Took seven shots for the Toreros, two of which came against Gonzaga ... Will be a valuable asset to the team. 2005: Smith appeared in 19 games for San Diego, and was a starter for eight games ... Recorded five shots and one shot on goal ... Smith returns for his third season with the Toreros. USD Career: In 2004, competed for playing time at midfield and on de–

fense... appeared in 11 matches with 1 assist in 4-0 win over Gonzaga. PREP/CLUB: Prepped at Temecula Valley High School where he was twice named All -Valley and All-Southwestern League... Also earned the Defensive MVP award his junior season... Led Temecula Valley to the League Championship his sophomore year, earning the Young Player of the Year award... Also was named All -Valley and All-League as a football player... Named __ B_L_A_I_N_E_S_M_l_T_H_C_A_RE_E_R_S_T-.~-T-S-.... team captain four times for the Southwest Soccer Club. =Y=R~~G-P/~G=S~~G~-~A~~P~T~-=~~ PERSONAL: Born on October 18, 1985 in Oceanside, CA... Recruited out of high 2004 11/0 o I I school by CS Fullerton, UC Santa Cruz, UC Irvine and San Diego State... Chose USD for ~~~~ : ~;~ ~ ~ ~ the location and quality of the soccer program... His father, Ken, wrestled at LSU. TOT 30/8 o 1 1 Major: Business


USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

BRETTHIROTO Senior Defense 2004 A/1-WCC Freshman Team

2006: Started 16 games for the Toreros appearing in 18 ... played a key role in backfield as a defender ... was vital in assisting teammate Lance Friesz with his Goals Against Average. 2005: Hirota played in 20 games and started in 19 for USD ... Hirota tallied one assist, four shots, and two shots on goal from the defender spot ... A key player in the backfield for the Toreros. USOCareer: In 2004 played key role on defense... named to AII-WCC Freshman squad... credited with assist in 3-1 win at Gonzaga... was redshirted in 2003. ( '




PREP/CLUB: Prepped at Riverside Poly HS where he was a three-time All-Ivy League performer ... team was Ivy League champions three straight years going 19-4 (senior year), 21-4-5 (junior year) and 20-5-3 (sophomore campaign) ... team reached CIF quarterfinals junior and sophomore seasons ... also lettered in golf where team won CIF Championship and three league titles. Played for La Jolla Nomads club team - were Coast Premier Champs (9-0-1). BRETT HIROTO CAREER STATS PERSONAL: Born on July 22, 1985 in Riveside, CA ... older brother Kellen played YR GP/GS G A PT SH for the Toreros 2000-03 ... parents are Chuck & Becky Hirota ... dad played football

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2006: Started 16 matches appearing in 18 ... capped two goals against Rider University, and a goal against Long Island and Saint Mary's ... tallied three assists, two of which were against UC Riverside ... posted 11 total points taking 13 shots and seven shots on goal.

2005: Guerrero started in 18 games and appeared in 20 for San Diego. He netted the most number of goals for the Toreros with five against C.S. Northridge, Loyola Marymount, Gonzaga, Portland, and UCLA ... Tallied three assists for a total of 13 points ... Ranked third on the team for shots on goal with 14 ... Had two game-winning goals against C.S. Northridge and Portland.

USO Career: In 2004, appeared in 12 matches with 5 starts... notched his first collegiate goal in 4-0 win over Gonzaga. PREP/CLUB: Dustin comes to USD from Valley Christian High School where he led the Trojans to a 14-3 record his senior year, scoring 42 goals and earning First Team All-State honors... Helped Marian Catholic to the CIF Championship his ju–

nior season with 17 goals, gaining First Team AII-CIF recognition ... Also lettered in cross country and football, earning Second Team All-State honors as a placekicker... Played on the 2004 San Diego Surf club team that finished 2nd in the state. PERSONAL: Born on May 11, 1985 in San Diego, CA... Also recruited by Northwestern and Grand Canyon ... Chose USD for the location. Major: Business Administration YR 2004 2005 2006 TOT


A 0 3 3 6

GW 0 2 0 2

1 5 4 10

20/1 8 18/ 16 32/23

13 11 26

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USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

2006: Saw action as the keeper in five games, making two appearances as a starter (Long Island University and University of San Francisco) ... in 223 minutes, allowed only two goals against with a .81 goals against average, one save, recorded one win, and tallied one shut out. 2005: Briones will compete for time in the keeper position ... He had no appearances as a freshman. Prep/Club: Competed for Don Antonio Lugo High School in Chino, Calif... Named team captain as a sophomore, junior, and senior. .. Earned First Team All-Mount Baldy honors his final two years as a Conquistador. .. Voted team MVP as a junior... Coached by Robert Rodriquez ... Played club soccer for Arsenal. Personal: Born on July 1, 1987 in Montclair, Calif... Recruited by UC Riverside, Boston College, and Creighton ... Chose to attend USO for the soccer program. Major: Undeclared




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2006: Started in all 19 matches this past season ... tallied one assist, one point, three shots, and two shots on goal ... 2005: Reeder as a freshman had nine starts and appeared in 15 games overall in 2005 ... Named WCC Freshman of the Year ... A key individual to the Torero defense. Prep/Club: A 2005 graduate of Edward S. Marcus High School ... Tabbed to the Fort Worth StarTelegram Second Team and to the All-District 8-5A First Team in his final year... Named team MVP as a senior and junior... Helped his team to the third round of the state play-offs as a senior and sophomore ... . Played club soccer for the Dallas Comets. Personal: Born on December 12, 1986 in Dallas, Tex . .. Recruited by UC Irvine, Washington, and Saint Mary's ... Chose USO because of the great academics, the soccer program, the people, and the location. Major: Business Administration

SAM REEDER Junior Defense


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USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

2006: Made nine appearances for USD in the back field ... Took one shot against Gonzaga ... Will play an important role in the protection of the goal. 2005: McCleary appeared in two games in 2005 for San Diego ... Against UC Irvine and Loyola Marymount ... third year player competing for time as a defender. PREP/CLUB: Prepped at lolani School where he was named team cap– tain, ILH Player of the Year and a FirstTeam All-State defender... his team finished 2nd in state his senior year with a 14-1 record ... also lettered in cross country at lolani... earned two Surf Cup Championships with the Honolulu Bulls club team. PERSONAL: Born on December 4, 1985 in Ann Arbor, Michigan... also recruited by San Francisco, Fairfield and UC Irvine... chose USD for its location, soccer team and academics. MAJOR: Business Administration

DANEMcCLE"RY Junior Defense





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2006: Making eight starts in 10 appearances ... posted two shots, one against Long Island University and one against University of San Fran– cisco. 2005: Jennings, unable to play last year, will compete for playing time this season for the Toreros . .. A key returner for San Diego, look for him to play up front. Prior to USO: Played his first two years of college at local San Diego State... Saw action in 38 matches, starting 37, over the course of his Aztec career where he played an integral part of the ball possession in the midfield. Prep/Club: Graduated from nearby Poway High School .. . Named co-cap– tain his senior year... Voted a two-time All-Palomar Conference selection in propelling the Titans to a pair of Palomar League championships... Member of the southern California ODP team for four years and was also selected to the Region IV ODP squad. Personal: Born October 13, 1985 in San Diego, Calif... Son of Patty and

COLIN JENNINGS Junior Midfield

James Jennings. Major: Sociology


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USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

Tommy McClain Sophomore

Prep/Club: McClain comes to San Diego from University of Arkansas where he played baseball ... At Valhalla High School in El Cajon, California, he earned first team AII-CIF as a junior ... Was a member of Hotspurs club team. Personal: Chose USD for the athletics, academcis, and the location ... Was born August 19, 1987 in San Diego, California to Gregg and Judith McClain. Major: Spanish

RYAN PETERMAN Sophomore Defense

2006: Appeared in 18 matches starting at defender in nine matches in the last half of the season ... tallied six shots and two shots on goal for USD. Prep/Club: Peterman comes to San Diego from Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California where he played defense ... He earned first-team all-league honors his senior year helping lead his team to a 14-0-1 record and the league championship .. . Was also a two-time second-team all-league honoree ... Was a member of the Arsenal FC club helping his team to three national championships.

Personal: Chose USD for the great atmosphere ... Also recruited by Michi– gan and University ofTulsa ... Born October 2, 1988 in Fontana, California to Tim and Becky Peterman.









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TIM GREY Sophomore Defense

2006: Made 18 starts for the Toreros in the back field ... tallied two points, three shots, and one shot on goal ... Scored one goal against Rider University on September 17 ... will be a key returner for USD. Prep/Club: Grey joins the Torero squad from South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Washington where he played defender ... Helped lead his team to second place in the 4A state title for soccer

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Personal: Chose USD for the location ... Also recruited by University of Washington and University of Kentucky ... Born on May 17, 1988 in Bremer- ton, Washington to Joel and Carrie Grey.

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FABRICE GAUTRAT Sophomore Defense

2006: Red-shirted his freshman year. Prep/Club: Gautrat comes to San Diego from Hart High School in Valencia, California where he played defender . .. Was league champions his senior year with eight goals and 28 assists, first team all-league .. . Was a member of the Arsenal FC and participated in the Surf Cup and the Dallas Cup.

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CHASE TANGNEY Sophomore Forward 2006: Made 15 appearances for San Diego ... tallied three assists for three points, took four shots, and one shot on goal. Prep/Club: Tangney joins the Toreros from Bellarmine Prep school in Gig Harbor, Washington where he played as a forward .. . As a senior, he was the team MVP, all-league MVP for the Narrows League, and an all-state selection .. . Helped lead his team to league championships two years in a row, and was a member of the state championship team as an underclassman . .. Was a member of the FC United where he was the lead ing goal scorer ... Was US Youth Region IV champions capturing second place at nationals. CHASE TANGNEY CAREER STATS

Personal: Chose USO for the location, the campus and the soccer program .. Also recruited by UCLA, University ofWashington, and Boston .. . Born ctober 28, 1987 in Tacoma, Washington to Jim and Deb Tangney.




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2006: Appeared in 19 matches for the Toreros with three starts ... scored three goals (Sept 29 vs. Saint Mary's, Oct 22 vs Portland, Oct 29 vs Saint Mary's), tallied four assists for ten points ... took 16 shots and nine shots on goal. Prep/Club: Howlan comes to San Diego from Horizon High School in Thornton, Colorado where he played forward ... Was first-team all-state and first-team all-academic as a senior, and was first– team all-conference as a junior ... Was a member of the Colorado Rush where he led the team to the State Cup Championship in 2005 and 2006.





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MIKE BARBE/TO Sohphomore Midfield

2006: Made 11 appearances for USO ... scored two goals (Aug 27 vs Albany, Oct 22 vs Portland) including a game winner against Portland ... tallied four total points, with six shots and four shots on goal. Prep/Club: Barbeito joins the Toreros from Etiwanda High School in Fontana, California where he played midfield ... He earned team offensive MVP scoring 10 goals and 12 assists, was a member of the all-star team, and was first-team all-league as a senior . .. Barbeito was also a member of the Arsenal FC where he helped lead his team to the Surf Cup Championship, the Dallas Cup Championship, and Nationals.

Personal: Chose USO for the educational environment, the location and the soccer program ... Also recruited


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TONY ORTEGA Sophomore Defense 2006: Appeared in ten matches last season ... took three shots and one shot on goal. 2005: Ortega made one appearance for San Diego in 2005 ... Saw action against Alabama A&M .. . He will be competing for a position in the midfield this season. Prep/Club: Hails from nearby Mount Carmel High School. .. Guided the Sun Devils to the CIF Finals as a junior... Named the team MVP as a senior... Voted to the All-Palomar League Team as a junior... Coached

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Brandon Kelley Freshman

Prep/Club: Kelley comes to San Diego from Snohomish High School in Snohomish, Washington where he played forward ... scored 48 goals for the Panthers ... Helped lead his team to the state championship as a junior ... Was named team MVP and Gatorade State Player of the Year ... Was also a member of the Emerald City club team. Personal: Born on February 24, 1989 in Tulsa, Okla. to Jay and Sharon Kelley ... Recruited by University of Washington ...

Chris Busch Freshman

Prep/Club: Busch comes to San Diego from Bellarmine College Prepatory in San Jose, Calif. where he played defender ... Was named all league Honorable Mention as ajunior and helped lead his team to the CCS Championship as a junior and a senior ... was a member of the USA 17 Academy. Personal: Born October 11, 1988 in Stockton, California to Larry and Karen Busch. .( A - 13 USO NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

Kyle Ochoa Sophomore

Prep/Club: Ochoa comes to San Diego from Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California where he played striker ... Was named Scholar Athlete all four years in high school scoring 25 goals in his senior year ... Was a member of the Arsenal F.C. Personal: Chose USD for it's location and the team ... Was also recruited by UC Riverside, Stanford, Creighton, and Brown University ... Born February 15, 1987 in

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Max 8/umenshine Freshman

Prep/Club: Blumenshine comes to San Diego from Murrieta Valley High School in Mur– rieta, California where he played midfield ...Was named All-League as a senior ... played forTVSA Hawks Club Team. Personal: Chose USD to play soccer ...Was also recruited by University of San Francisco and San Jose State University ... Born August 27, 1988 in Yarba Linda, California to Rob and Lucy Blumenshine.

JDPenilton Freshman


Prep/Club: Penilton comes to San Diego from Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon where he played defender ... Was a member of F.C. Portland. Personal: Was also recruited by Boston College, University of Portland, Xavier, and University of Boston ... Born September 26, 1988 in Portland, Oregon to Dana Penilton. IKegan Johnson 1 l Freshman j

Prep/Club: Johnson comes to San Diego from Bend,Oregon where he played midfield ... He was All-League as a junior, Team Captain and All-League as a senior, Finished second in state as a senior ... was a member of the OUSA Brown club team. Personal: Chose USD for the location and the education ... Was also recruited by University of San Francisco ... Was born January 29, 1989 in Portland, Oregon to Scott and Joanne Johnson.


USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

Joshua Converse Freshman ~2 Prep/Club: Converse comes to San Diego from Santa Cruz, California where he played defender ... He was WCAL Honorable Mention his senior year and helped his team capture the WCAL League Championship ... Was a member of the Santa Cruz County Breakers. Personal: Chose USD for the location, the people, and the atmosphere ... Was also recruited by Gonzaga and CS Fullerton ... Was born March 26, 1989 in Los Gatos, Cali– fornia to Michael and Jodi Converse.

Mike Sinodis Freshman

Prep/Club: Sinodis comes to San Diego from Brophy College Prepatory in Gilbert, Arizona where he played goalkeeper ... He was Oceanside Nautical Cup Tournament MVP and second team All-State as a junior and second team All-State and first team All-Region as well as a captain his senior year ... Tallied 27 shutouts in 39 starts. Personal: Chose USD for the environment and oppotunity to play for the team ... Also recruited by University of Portland, Seattle University, and Gonzaga ... Born September 4, 1987 in Mesa, Arizona to John and Julia Sinodis.

Adam Campbell Freshman

Prep/Club: Campbell comes to San Diego from Aliso Niguel High School in Laguna Niguel, California where he played goalkeeper ... Was named Team MVP, League MVP, first team All-League, and first team All CIF ... Was a member of the Irvine Strikers U-19. Personal: Chose USD for the challenging athletics and academics ... Was also re– cruited by Cal Poly and San Diego State ... Was born February 26, 1989 in Laguna Niguel, California to Lisa and Darrin Campbell.

15 USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

Seniors (1-r) Blaine Smith Brett Hi roto

Colin Jennings Dustin Guerrero Tannen Weis

Juniors (1-r) Sam Reeder

Tommy McClain Dane McCleary

Sophomores (1-r) Tim Grey Fabrice Gautrat Kelin Briones Kyle Ochoa J.T. Howlan Ryan Peterman Tony Ortega Mike Barbeito Chase Tangney

Freshman (1-r) Brandon Kelley Adam Campbell Mike Sinodis Max Blumenshine Kegan Johnson Joshua Converse

J.D. Penilton Chris Busch


USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

2006 USD Men's Soccer Univ. of San Diego Overall Individual Statistics Overall : 10-8-1 Conf: 5-6-1 Home: 8-3-0 Away: 2-5-1 Neut: 0-0-0

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2006 Scoring Summary



Score Overall Conf. W 2-0 1- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 W 4-0 2- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 W 3-1 3-1-0 0- 0-0 W 3-0 4- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 W11-0 5- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 W 1-0 6-1-0 1- 0-0 W 4-0 7- 1- 0 2- 0- 0 L 1-2 2- 1- 0 0- 0- 0


Sep 01 @Brown University Sep 12 UC RIVERSIDE

Sep 15 LIU


7- 2- O 2- 1- O 7- 3- 0 2- 2- 0 7-4-0 2-3-0 7- 5- 1 2- 4- 1 8- 5- 1 3- 4- 1

*Sep 29 @Saint Mary's (CA) *Oct 01 @#15 Santa Clara

L 2-4 L 1-2 L1-2


*Oct 12 @Loyola Marymount

T 1-1 02 7- 4- 1 2- 3- 1


*Oct 20 @Gonzaga *Oct 22 @Portland *Oct 27 SANTA CLARA *Oct 29 SAINT MARY'S (CA)

W 2-1

W 3-2 9- 5- 1 4- 4- 1 L 1-2 OT9- 6-1 4- 5- 1 W 4-0 10- 6- 1 5- 5- 1

Senior BLANE SMITH will play a key role for USD as a midfielder in 2007.

*Nov 03 @USF

L 0-2 L 1-3

10- 7- 1 5- 6- 1 10-8-1 5-6-1

Nov05 @#16UCLA

Overall: 10- 8- 1 Away: 2- 5- 1

Conference: 5- 6- 1

Home: 8- 3- 0

Neutral: 0- 0- 0

Overtime: 0- 1- 1

* West Coas1Conference Match

Home Games in BOLD capitals

USD NCAA Tournament Appearances - 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990

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