USD Men's Soccer 1995



INSIDE... Table of Contents................... lnside front cover 1995 Schedule.... .................. .lnside front cover 1995 Notebook......................................Page 1 USD Potpourri .. ...... ........................... ....Page 2 University of San Di ego.........................Page 3 Seamus McFadden ......... .... ... .... .............Page 4 Assistant Coaches ................................. .. Page 4 Returning Players ..... ........... .... .......... Pages 5- 10 New Players........ ...........................Pages 11-12 Team Roster/ Photo..... ........... ...... .......... Page 13 Team Records.......................................Page 14 Year-by-Year Scores....... ............. ....Pages 15-18 All-Time Series Records......... ...... ... ......Page 19 USD Honor Roll. ................................. .Page 20 USDSOCCER Head Coach: Seamus McFadden (17th year) Assistants: Harry Tweed ie, Marc Thi ebach USD Men's Socce r Office 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110-2492 Phone: (6 19) 260-2305 Fax: (6 19) 292-0388

DIRECTIONS TO USD From North County (South on 1-5): • Exit Sea World/ Teco lote Ave (turn left) • Ri ght onto Morena Blvd. • Left onto Napa • Left onto Linda Vista • Left at Marian Way (stadium on right side) From Downtown area (North on 1-5): • Take 8 East • Exit Morena Blvd. • Vear right onto Linda Vista • Left at Marian Way From North County (South on 163): • Exit Genesee (turn right) • Left onto Linda Vista • Right at Marian Way MEDIA BULLETIN BOARD Game Credentials For single-game and seasonal passes, contact the USD Sports Information Office at (619) 260-4745. Soccer contact: Mike Daniels Fax-on-Demand From the handse t of your fax machine, dial (404) 399-3066 Follow voice prompts, enter 93 78 passcode Choose from men's soccer menu: #1 716 Statistics/ Results/ Notes #1 717 Most recent game box sco re #1 718 1995 Schedul e/ team roster Interviews Media requesting intervi ews should make arrangements through USD Sports Information. Following games, USD players and coaches w ill be available down on the fi eld after a 10- minute "cooling off' period . On The Front Cover (l-r ): Senior Captains Carlos Gonzales (#5) & Guillermo Jara (#9) • Left onto Linda Vista • Right at Marian Way From East County (West on 8): • Take 163 North • Exit Friars Road West • Right onto Via Las Cumbres

1995 SCHEDULE Sun. Sept. 3


2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 11 :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.



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Sun. Sept. 10 EVANSVILLE+

Sept. 15 COLUMBIA%

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Su n. Sept. 17 WASHINGTON%


Sept. 22 @ UC Berkeley#

Su n. Sept. 24 @ Stanford#

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Sept. 29 Florida International!

Sun. Oct. 1 Sun. Oct. 8

@ Butler!


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Oct. 13

@ Santa Clara*

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Oct. 20 ST. MARY'S*

Oct. 27 SAN FRANCISCO* 7:00 p.m.

Tue. Oct. 31 UC IRVINE

7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

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Nov. 3

@ Gonzaga* @ Portland *

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Sun. Nov. 12 LMU * 2:00 p.m. +USD/ Diadora Cup %USO/ MetLife Cha ll enge #UCSB Classic !Butler Invitational * Wes t Coast Conference Home games played at Torero Stadium

USD SOCCER NOTEBOOK STORY LINES THAT WILL SHAPE THE 1995 SEASON... Jara closes in on all-time scoring record As a freshman, he scored 51 points and was named the nation's top frosh player. Three years later, striker Guillermo Jara finds himself 20 points behind USD's all-time leading scorer, Bo Kaemerle, who amassed 131 points over four seasons (1983-86). Jara needs 14 goals to surpass Kaemerle in USO career goals and just 7 assists to pass school– record holder Toby Taitano (1990-93). Competition fierce in the nets With the loss of fifth-year senior Tom Tate, Coach Seamus McFadden will hand over goalkeeping duties to a talented, yet inexperi– enced group. Sophomore Joe Panian appeared in five games as understudy last season. Junior Carlos Castellanos brings size (6'2", 195 lb.) and athleticism. Sophomore class off to strong start Last year, the Toreros received stellar efforts from freshmen Mike Deery, Keith Finnegan, Lafe Vittitoe, Jamie Munro and redshirt Tim Durkin. Munro, singled out as the team's best defen– sive midfielder by McFadden, earned second team AII-WCC honors in 1994. Finnegan, a rug– ged midfielder, and Durkin, earned WCC hon– orable mention status. Deery assisted on five game-winning goals last season while Vittitoe became a valuable reserve, scoring six goals off the bench and finishing third in team scoring. Sporting Green Counting Irish natives Coach McFadden and assistant coach Harry Tweedie, five USO per– sonnel have European ties. Deery (Northern Ire– land) and Finnegan played on Irish National Jun– ior teams. Promising midfielder Leighton O'Brien, who sat out last season due to injuries, was born in Dublin.

Local talent shines USO invited six San Diego County players to camp this season with the expectation that the majority will contribute immediately. Goalkeeper Joe Panian recorded the second highest number of shutouts in national prep his– tory at San Diego High. Carlsbad High alumnus Lafe Vittitoe was named Offensive MVP at the USO/MetLife Challenge last fall. Torrey Pines graduate Jamie Munro started in 14 of 17 games as a freshman. Defender Jimmy Wang, out of Mission Bay High, received WCC Honorable Mention last season. Sophomore redshirt Jon Schoenherr (Hill– top High), and newcomers David Gibbs (Clairemont HS) and Fermin Zubiaur will vye for playing time. Home field to be a familiar site San Diego opens the 1995 campaign with five straight home games in Torero Stadium (due in part to the MetLife and Diadora tourneys) be– fore playing its first road game three weeks into the season. After a stint of four road contests, the Toreros play six of their final nine games at home. WCC and the Far West Poll There are two important aspects of the USO sea– son: How the Toreros fare in the West Coast Con– ference race and where they stand in the Far West Region rankings. The WCC race offers a means for automatic qualification into the NCAA tournament. At-large bids into the NCAA generally go to the top four teams seeded in the Far West Region poll con– ducted by the ISAA (available by calling 510- 528-500 on Tuesdays). McFadden's perseverance pays off When he first began the USO soccer program, McFadden recruited kids out of the domitories. Now in his second decade, McFadden lead USO to the NCAA finals in 1992 and has guided teams into the NCAAs four of the past five seasons.



MetLife Perhaps the biggest highlight of the USO home soccer season, the annual MetLife Challenge draws more fans, media coverage and excitment to Torero Stadium than any other event. By lend– ing its name and support, the MetLife Company and USO have teamed to field one of the best tournaments on the West Coast. 6th Annual USO/ MetLife Challenge Sept. 15-1 7, Torero Stadium Washington, Cal Poly SLO, Columbia, USO Past MetLife Champions

Since the late 1980s, many USO players have moved on to the pro ranks following their ca– reers on the hilltop. The San Diego Sockers, 10- time indoor world champions, had five former Toreros on their roster this past Continental In– door Soccer League (CISL) season. Toreros in the U.S. pro ranks Chugger Adair ('90-'92) San Diego Sockers David Beall ('90-'93) San Diego Sockers Tom Crane ('89-'90) Las Vegas Dustdevils Chris Duke ('85-'88) Pittsburgh Stingers Paul Gelvezon ('90-'91) San Diego Sockers Kevin Legg ('91-'93) San Diego Sockers Toby Taitano ('90-'93) San Diego Sockers The West Coast Conference The WCC is considered one of the top soccer conferences in the nation. Four WCC teams have reached the NCAA Final Four (Portland 1988; Santa Clara 1989, 1991; USO 1992) with Santa Clara becoming co-national champs in 1989. San Francisco owns four national titles. In 1993, the WCC placed four teams in the NCAA tour– nament, more than any other conference. WCC's top returning point scorers 1994 Season GP G A PTS 1.) Guillermo Jara, USO 19 13 15 41 3.) Jeremy Buettner, SCU 19 11 10 32 4.) Mike Lynch, SCU 18 11 8 30 6.) Lafe Vittitoe, USO 15 8 7 23 7.) Linus Rhode, POR 19 9 4 22 8.) David Xausa, POR 18 9 3 21 WCC's top returning goalkeepers 1994 Season GP G GAA SH 5.) Rob McDonald, SMC 17 20 1.11 5 Note: The WCC's top five 'keepers last season, in terms of CAA, were all seniors.

1994 - USO 1993 - USO 1992 - USO 1991 - UNC Charlotte 1990 - USO, Seattle Pacific (tie)

Torero Stadium Soccer night at Alcala Park draws with the best collegiate programs in the country in terms of attendance. Last season alone, USO drew over 14,000 fans for nine home dates, averaging 1,613 spectators per game. On six occasions, USO has drawn over 3,000 fans to Torero Stadium. USD's largest crowds (home and away) 8,150 - Virginia, NCAA Final, 12-6-92, Davidson, NC 8,150 - Davidson, NCAA Final Four, 12-4-92 Davidson, NC 4,000 - Indiana, NCAA Regional Final, 11-24-92 Torero Stadium 4,000 - Stanford, NCAA First Rd., 11-14-92 Torero Stadium 3,850 - Portland, 11-6-92, Torero Stadium 3,615 - CSUF, NCAA Second Rd., 11-21 -93 Torero Stadium 3,500 - SDSU, 9-14-91, Torero Stadium 3,000 - Santa Clara, 10-26-90, Torero Stadium USD's record at Torero Stadium 1989 4-0-0 1992 10-2-0 1990 5-1-4 1993 7-4-0 1991 4-5-0 1994 6-2-0 36-14-4 (.667) overall

THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO The Setting The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education . Founded in 1949, USO is located on 180 acres over-looking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean (just two miles away). The campus is named Alcala Park and is located 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. The Campus The USO campus is one of the most architecturally unique institutions found in the country, featuring 18 major build– ings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Re– naissance style. In the last decade, USO has completed eight major con– struction and expansion projects. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M. and George M. Pardee Jr. Legal Research Cen– ter opened, a facility double the size of the former law li– brary that offers the latest in information technology.

Academics USO enrolls 6,400-plus students who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and gradu– ate degree programs. The University includes the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Nursing. Class size generally averages between 10-30 students with the student to teacher ratio being 18:1. Over 96 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates.

Did You Know? In a report issued by The Chronic!P of Higher Eclucation, USD schol,irship ath– letes ranked third among all West Coast Conference, Paciiic 10 and Big West schools in graduation rates. • USD's Dining Services was awaded first place in the standard menu division ior medium-size schools at the 1 Bth An– nual National Associ,1tion oi College and University Food Services competition. • In 1991, the Library oi Congrl'ss chose USD (one oi only '37 U.S. schools ,111d libraries) to take part in its Anwric,111 Memory Project (AMP). Through the use oi computers and TV monitors, students can call up original source materi,1ls from the Civil War, Continental Congress and other Library oi Congress holdings.

Student Life Student activities include cultural events, dances, boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, comedy nights, sym– posia, and much more. Students participate in a wide range of volunteer projects such as adult literacy tutoring, senior citizen outreach, and house building in Tijuana. Over two– thirds of the USO community partakes in intramural sports. Athletics San Diego is a member of the West Coast Conference and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. Men's sports include : soccer, baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, golf, football and tennis. Women's sports include: basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. In the past two seasons alone, five USO teams have advanced to NCAA Tournaments.


The 42-year old McFadden seems to save his best coaching for the bi g games . Twice the Tore ros hav e marched onto UCLA's home turf and walked away with stunning upsets over the heavily-favored Bruins. Last year, USO shutout No. 6 ranked N.C. State, 3-0, in front of a national cab le audience. USO can boast of a .600 winning percentage in NCAA games under McFadden's direction. McFadden played collegiately at San Diego State, where he received a B.A. degree in History in 1976. That same summer he spent several weeks train– ing with the San Diego Jaws of the North American Soccer Leagu e (NASL). Keeping true to his native roots, McFadden passionately rooted for the Irish side in the '94 World Cup but still maintained enough objectivity to serve as a correspondent for USA To– day. A native of Donegal , Ireland, Seamus and his wife davette have two daughters {Hadley & Rorye) and a son (Conor). The McFaddens reside in Rancho Penasquitos.

HARRY TWEEDIE Assistant Coach {5th Season)


Head Coach (17th Season)

Assistant Coach Harry Tweedie re– turns for his fifth season at USO. A native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tweedie is a veteran of 16 years play– ing in many of his homeland's top leagues. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1970 and played collegiate soccer at UCLA. Tweedie has an extensive background in coaching and player development in this country. He was head coach of the San Diego Villa Under 19 team which captured the McGuire Cup as National Champions in 1979 and 1980. He will assist Coach McFadden with practice and game preparations, scouting and player evaluation.

With the recent success enjoyed by the Torero soccer teams the last few years - four NCAA Tournament ap– pearances in five seasons - it is easy to overlook the remarkable job Coach Seamus McFadden has done building the program from the ground up. Last yea r, McFadden was named West Coast Conference Coach of the Year for a record third time ('94, '92, '86). McFadden arrived at USO 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 be– come 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 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 writ– ing on the wall many years earlier, when the lrshman led Mesa JC to a 30-4 record over two seasons while at the same time guiding Clairemont High to consecutive CIF-San D iego 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 tal– ent. Student-athletes, who in the past had looked outside the city to show– case their talents, were suddenly ar– riving at Alcala Park. The 1992 Toreros showed remarkable poise un– der their leader, compiling a 19-5 record and advancing to the NCAA Championship Game.

MARC THIEBACH Assistant Coach {4th Season)

Assistant Coach Marc Thiebach be– gins his fourth season with the Toreros. Thi ebach was a two-year performer at the midfielder's position at USO ('85- '86), graduating with a B.S. degree in International Relations in 1987. He is currently completing work on a Master's degree in Educational Admin– istration. Thiebach received his Class "B" coaching license while in Germany in 1989 and has been active in various club soccer programs in San Diego County. He works with USO goal– keepers as well as being heavily in– volved in scouting future opponents.


Year Overall wee

1st Round 2nd Round

4-2-0 4-2-0 4-1-0 1-4-0 2-2- 1 2-3-0 1-3- 1



1993 14-7-0 1992 19-5-0 1991 7-12-0 1990 16-3-5 1989 14-6-1 1988 10-8-2 1987 12-7-2 1986 19-4-1 1985 7- 11-2 1984 4-12-4* 1983 1-14-0 1982 3-1 5-1 1981 5-1 2-1 1980 0-12-0 Tot.


2nd Round

144-134-19; rn-17-2 wee




Midfielder (MF)

Midfielder (MF)

Goalkeeper (GK)

Ht: 6-2 Wt:195 Yr: SO Exp: HS Mission Hills, CA/ Alemany HS

Ht: 5-10 Wt:165 Yr: SO Exp: 1 VL Donegal, lreland/ Carmdomagh HS

Ht: 5-8 Wt: 140 Yr: SO Exp: 1 VL La Canada, CA/ St. Francis HS

Noteworthy: Combines considerable size with athleticism in goal. .. Has quick feet...Tough to beat down low despite his size...Will be challenging Joe Panian for the starting goalkeeper position. Last Year: Third-string goalkeeper... Did not see action after making the team as a walk-on. Prep/Club: First Team All-Mission League and team MVP at Alemany High (Lowell Thomas)...Posted GAA of 1.30 and 1.66 in senior and junior years respectively... Played for the Santa Anita Standard club team (Cherif Zein) that took part in the Super Divi– sion of Dallas Cup...Has spent three seasons with Standard Falcons of the Division Ill USISL, including this past summer. ..Was a part of the Falcons' first franchise win...Two years ago he posted the lowest GAA in the South– west Division... Led the Falcons to the Southwest playoff finals two straight years. Personal: Last name pronounced Kas– TEY-anos .. Maj or is Accounting ... Coached his AYSO team to a championship...Recruited by Cal St. Northridge and San Diego SL.Earned a tryout with the UCLA Bruins two years ago but did not make the team... Decided to transfer to USO where he found himself going against four other 'keepers in camp last fall. .. Father, Juan, played profession– ally for Chivas in Mexico...Born Jan. 12, 1975 in Sun Valley, CA. "Playing the game at this level (US/SL), I'm starting to read the game better. When I came to USO, I knew I would get in a position to play, but I didn't know I would get there this fast."

Noteworthy: Spreads the field with his quickness.. .Will often dribble deep into the offensive zone. Last Year: Closed the regular season with four game-winning assists in the last six games...Shared team lead with five game-winning assists and stood third in team shots (35)...Assisted on game-winner in his first collegiate game ... Scored his lone goal versus Yale...Started 17 games as a freshman. Prep/Club: Played for Carmdomagh Community School in lreland ... Saw action on the Northern Ireland Under 16 National Team. Personal: Hails from same hometown as Coach Seamus McFadden...Easily identifiable with his flowing locks...Born July 1, 1974 in Donegal, Ireland. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 17/ 17 8 10 34 0 5 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 6/6 0 4 4 5 0 3 0

Noteworthy: Contributed significantly after red-shirting as a freshman two seasons ago...Underrated player who played both the midfield and defense. Last Year: Named WCC Honorable Mention ...Assisted on winning goal in victory over Cal-Berkeley... Lone goal of the season came on game-winner against Gonzaga...Earned starting as– signments in 14 of 19 games, includ– ing last eight contests ... 1993: Redshirted ...Named wee Scholar– Athlete . Prep/Club: AII-CIF selection and Del Rey League MVP as a senior...Scored 29 goals in a three-year career at St. Francis High (Glen Appels) ...Played club soccer with the Santa Anita Chargers (Cherif Zein). Personal: Majoring in Accounting... Recruited by UCSD, UCSB and Cal Poly SLO...Has a brother (Bill) and sis– ter (Mary Pat) who both played soccer at Cal St. Northridge...Attending USO on a Presidential Scholarship...Enjoys all sports and reading...Born Feb. 22, 1975 in La Canada, CA. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 19/ 14 5 7 14 1 1 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 6/ 4 2 4 3 0 0 PRONUNCIATIONS Seamus McFadden (Shameus Thiebach (T-bock) Castellanos ( Kas-TEY-anos) Jara (HARA) Marchesi (Mar-K-zee) Panian (PAN-yon) Wang (WONG)

Stat Key: CP=Cames Played; CS=Cames Started; C=Coals; A=Assists; PT=Points; SH=Shots; CC=Came-winning Coa ls; CA=Came-winning assists; UC=Unassisted Coals; WCC=West Coas t Conference





Defender (D)

Midfielder (MF)

Midfielder (MF)

Ht: 6-4 Wt:187 Yr: JR Exp: 2VL Brookfield, WI/Brookfield HS Noteworthy: Suffered stress fracture in pre-season ... Will be sorely missed during the 1995 campaign. Last Year: Finished fourth in team scor– ing with 14 points...Recorded a goal and two assists versus Yale...Provided two assists against Butler. .. 1993: Started nine games, including postseason appearances against UCLA and Cal St. Fullerton...Made most of first collegiate start, firing six shots on St. Mary's.. .Scored perhaps biggest goal of his career against CSUF in the NCAAs, tying the contest late in the second half with a header goal off a corner kick. Prep/Club: Ranked as one of the Top 50 Incoming Freshmen in 1993 ac– cording to Soccer News...His arrival gave USO the eighth-best recruiting class in the nation said Soccer News...Named Wisconsin Prep Player of the Year...State Olympic Develop– ment program...Tallied 14 goals and 12 assists his senior season at Brookfield Central (Rich Dorn) ... Led Lancers to state title senior season. Personal: Major is Accounting...Tallest player on the team ...Enjoys playing basketball in spare time...Recruited by Wisconsin ... Born Aug. 17, 1974 in Madison, WI. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 15/ 10 4 6 14 14 1 1 0 1993 17/ 9 2 5 24 0 0 Tot. 32/19 6 7 19 38 1 1 1 wee GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 4/ 2 2 0 4 3 0 0 0 1993 6/ 5 1 0 2 12 0 0 1 Tot. 10/7 3 0 6 15 0 0 1

Ht: 5-7 Wt:140 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL Drogheda, Ireland/ St. Josephs HS Noteworthy: Rugged midfielder who received all-league consideration as a freshman last season. Last Year: WCC Honorable Mention selection .. .Named WCC Offensive Player of the Week (9-6) after scoring a goal and assisting on game-winner in collegiate debut in USO victory at Fresno State ... Named to Soccer America's Team of the Week... Fired six shots against UC Irvine. Prep/Club: Made 25 appearances with Ireland Under 15-16-17 National Teams...Represented Ireland at the 1991 European Olympic Games and in the Under 16 European Championships ... Led Home Farm team to the 1992 National Championships.... His travels for Ire– land have taken him to Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany and Switzerland ...Won National Inter– League Championship for Home Farm FC, a member of the Dublin & Dis– trict Schoolboys League. Major is undeclared ... Earned tryouts with Leeds United FC, Manchester United FC and Tottenham Hostspur FC, all members of the En- glish Premier League ... Plays for a rugby team back home...Born Sept. 7, 1975 in Drogheda, Ireland. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 17/16 4 6 28 0 1 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 4/ 4 0 7 0 1 0 Personal:

Ht: 5-10 Wt:160 Yr: SR Exp: 3VL Mesa, AZ/ Mountain View HS Noteworthy: 1995 Co-Captain along with Guillermo Jara ...Became an intergral part of the team last season, making a noticable impression on the backline...Has been a member of three NCAA tournament teams. Last Year: One of the Toreros' most improved players...Scored first career points with two assists against UC lrvine...After beginning the season in a reserve role, took over starting spot on defense seven games into the schedule... 1993: Appeared in seven games at the midfield position ...1992: Played in five games. Prep/Club: Two-time all-state selection at Mountain View High (Dominic Scafaria) ...CISCO League Player of the Year...Played with the Cisco Monarchs club team (Al Flores). Personal: Major is undeclared ...Born Feb. 9, 1974 in Flagstaff, AZ. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 18/ 13 0 4 4 4 0 2 0 1993 7/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1992 5/0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Tot. 30/13 0 4 4 9 0 0 0

wee 1994 1993 1992 Tot.

GG GA UG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G A PT SH 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 5

GP/GS 6/ 6

1/ 1 1/ 0 8/7

Stat Key: CP=Cames Played; CS=Cames Started; C=Coals; A=Assists; PT=Points; SH=Shots; CC=Came-winning Coals; CA=Came-winning assists; UC=Unassisted Coals; WCC=West Coast Conference





Forward (F)

Ht: 5-8 Wt:145 Yr: SR Exp: 3V Sacramento, CA/ Livermore HS

Noteworthy: 1995 Co-Captain along with Carlos Gonzales ... Needs 20 points to become USD's all-time lead– ing scorer...Stands 11 goals shy of all– time school mark and six assists short of assist record ... ln WCC career lists (for all games), Jara ranks third in as– sists and points; sixth in goals...Enters the 1995 season with a six-game goal– scoring streak.

Freshman of the Year. ..First Team AII– WCC and WCC Freshman of the Year...Established school single-season record for assists ... Had a .15-game point scoring streak snapped against Virginia (NCAA Final)...Registered 11 game-winning assists ... Named Torero's Freshman of the Year. Prep/Club: Parade Magazine All– American at Christian Brothers High (Father Carrol) ...Did not play soccer his senior season at Livermore High ...Led Tri-Valley club program (Rick Wood) to regional finals ... Participated in the Olympic Development Program in Northern California... Earned tryout with U.S. National Under 20 Team. Personal: Sociology major... Last name is pronounced HARA... Father, Guillermo, is a former Mexican pro– fessional player... Pursued by many West Coast schools coming out of high school. ..Born Oct. 20, 1973 in Sacra– mento, CA.

game...Finished with points in 16 of 19 games... Had five multiple-assist games... Between his six game-win– ning goals and five game-winning as– sists, he figured in 11 of USD's 13 wins ... Put together a strong USD/ MetLife tournament, compiling two goals and two assists...Had a four-point effort against UC Irvine (goal, two assists) ...Struck for three assists in USD's 3-0 upset of #6 N.C. State...Registered 100th career point with a goal at LMU (10-30)...Had two goals and one assist for five points in four games at U.S . Olympic Festival...Scored a goal for the West squad in bronze medal game...Joined U.S. National Under 23 Team in a tour of Chile. 1993: Finalist for the Missouri Athletic Club (MAC) Award ...First Team AII– WCC choice. Soccer News All-West Region pick. ..Tabbed preseason All– America by Soccer America...Finished third in team scoring...Appeared for the West squad at the U.S. Olympic Festival. 1992: Finished second nationally in assists (19) and tied for third in points (51 )... Set WCC mark for points in a season in becoming the league's first triple crown leader (goals, assists and points)...Became just the second fresh– man to pace the WCC in goals scored...Led all scorers in the Far West Region...Chosen as Soccer America's

Last Year: Became the eighth player in WCC history to be named an all– league selection for the third time ... Second Team All-Far West selection ...Team co-leader in goals (13)... Led club in assists (15), points (41 ), shots (82) and game-winning goals (6) ...Finished season as WCC's top scorer (for the second time in career)...Twice named WCC Offensive Player of the Week ( 10-4, 11- 8)... Scored goal with 28 seconds left to force overtime against Cal St. Ful– lerton in NCAA First Round

STATS YEAR 1994 1993 1992 Tot.

A 15 8 19 42 PT SH GG GA UG 41 82 6 5 1 20 65 0 2 1 51 90 4 11 1 112 237 10 18 3 A PT SH GG GA UG 5 13 29 1 2 0

GP/GS G 19/ 19 13 20/ 17 6 24/ 24 16 63/60 35 GP/ GS G 6/ 6 4 5/ 3 1 5/ 5 2

wee 1994 1993 1992 Tot.

2 5 4 15 0 0 0 9 20 1 2 0 26 64 2 4 0 16/14 7 12

~~ --------------------------------------- 1::L RETURNING PLAYERS DAVID MARCHESI #21 JAMIE MUNRO #8 LEIGHTON O'BRIEN #10

Defender (D)

Midfielder (MF)

Defender (D)

Ht: 5- 10 Wt:1 50 Yr: FR Exp: HS Federal Way, WA/ Federal Way HS Noteworthy: Sat out last season as a redshirt for medical reasons...Has the potential to become USD's all-time assist reco rd-holder with his pinpoint passing accuracy. Prep/Club: Named all-state and Most Valuable Player of the South Puget Sound League for Federal Way High (John Wedge) ...Went to regionals twice with the Federal Way Sting club team (Tim Duffy)...Squad also finished second in Under 16 division ...Puma Cup participant. Personal: Majoring in Accounting... Recruited by Washington, St. Louis, Oregon St. and Seattle Pacific...Born March 14, 1976 in Dublin , lreland...Parents are Fran and Valerie O'Brien of Tacoma, Washington.

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 150 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL San Diego, CA/Torrey Pines HS Noteworthy: Became an impa c t player in first season with Toreros...Provides team a great stabil– ity in the midfield. Last Year: Received AII-WCC Second Team honors ...WCC All-Academic selection ... Started in 14 of 17 games...Recorded shots in five straight games from the backline...Collected first collegiate point (an assist) versus N.C. State...Missed UC Irvine match with a hamstring injury. Prep/Club: Named to the 1993-94 All– Cl F-San Di ego Section Division II Team ... Paced Torrey Pine s (Brian McManus) to the Avocado League title with a 17-2-1 record ...First Team All– Avocado selection... Named to Union– Tribune All-Academic Team...Member of La Jolla Nomads club (Derek Armstrong) that posted a 45-5-2 record and played in the Dallas Cup. Personal: Major is und ec lared ...Singled out USO for its academics, campus and soccer program...Sought after by UCLA, Indiana, UNLV, LMU and Hofstra...Father, Neil Munro, played professionally in England for Manchester United ...Uncle, Samuel Alvo, started professional team in Mexico ... Has trav eled extensively ... Starting playing soccer at age five...Born April 22, 1976 in Caracas, Venezula. STATS---------- YEAR GP/ GS G A PT SH CG GA UC 1994 17/ 14 0 1 6 0 0 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH CG GA UC 1994 6/ 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ht: 5-7 Wt:165 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL Walnut Creek, CA/ De La Salle HS Noteworthy: Redshirted two seasons ago and will challenge for starting spot in the midfield...Now in his third year in the program, considered one of the team's veterans...Good utility role player. Last Year: Came off the bench against Yale, LMU and Gonzaga...Turned in a strong training camp. Prep/Club: Team captain and All– North Coast Section honoree at De La Salle High (George Sabbagita) ... Named team's Most Valuable Defender. ..Guided De La Salle to a 66- 6-2 record over four seasons... Paced De La Salle to three CIF Northern Cal Section Finals, including a champion– ship sophomore season ...One of four prep team members to have played college soccer...Member of District IV Premier club team (Rudy Zeller) and the Walnut Creek Cougars. Personal: History major... Last name pronounced Mar-K-zee...Worked out with teammates Tim Durkin and Carlos Castellanos over the summer. ..Assisted with USO youth summer camps...Born June 13, 1975 in Walnut Creek, CA. "I have a good feeling about this yea r's team. The guys are ready to go and the chemistry appears to be there. I see myself as a player who can step in and play well when someone else is having an off night" STATS---------- YEAR GP/ GS G A PT SH CG GA UC 1994 3/0 0 0 0 0 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH CG GA UC 1994 2/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Stat Key: GP=Games Played; GS=Games Started; G=Goa ls; A=Assists; PT=Points; SH=Shots; GG=Gam e-winning Goa ls; GA=Game-winning assists; UG=Unassisted Goa ls; WCC=West Coast Conference





Defens e (D)

Midfielder (MF)

Goalkeeper (GK)

Ht: 6-1 Wt:165 Yr: FR Exp: HS Chula Vista, CA/ Hilltop HS

Ht: 6-2 Wt:178 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL San Diego, CA/San Diego HS

Ht: 5-8 Wt:140 Yr: FR Exp: HS Tucson, AZ/ Salpointe Catholic HS

Noteworthy: Walked-on last year for the Toreros...Defensive specialist.

Noteworthy: Will be challenging for starting goalkeeper spot...Only return– ing 'keeper with collegiate experience. Last Year: Was granted first collegiate start against Sacramento State in the USD/ Diadora Tournament champion– ship game... Faced 14 shots, allowing three goals and recording four saves... Earned share of first shutout in 19 minutes of action against Gonzaga. Prep/Club: Recorded 49 career shut– outs at San Diego High, the second highest total in national prep history and the most in CIF-San Diego Sec– tion annals... First Team AII-CIFSDS Division 2A in 1991-92 ... Second Team AII-CIFSDS in 1990-91 ...Mem– ber of three CIF Division I (Division 2A) Championship teams... Four-time All-Eastern League (formerly Central League) selection...Spent time with the La Jolla Nomads who competed at the Dallas Cup...Stopped a penalty kick to help the Nomads edge the Standard Falcons (with fellow USD 'keeper Carlos Castellanos in goal) in a shootout win for the U 19 Far West Region title this past summer. Personal: Name pronounced PAN– yon ...Education major...Selected USD for its academics, reglious affiliation and soccer program...Recruited by USF and Clemson ...Born August 5, 1975 in Joliet, IL. STATS---------- YEAR GP/GS MIN SH SV G GAA 1994 5/ 1 225:02 31 14 5 2.18 REC SO PK 0-1-0 0-0 wee GP/GS MIN SH sv G GAA 1994 2/ 0 45:02 2 0 0.00 REC SO PK 0-0-0 0-0

Noteworthy: Redshirted last season for medical purposes... Recovering from knee injury, hopefully will be ready to contribute. Prep/Club: Led Salpointe Catholic (Wolfgang Weber) in scoring as a se– nior with 18 goals and 6 assists in 10 games...Was the state's leading scorer as a junior (32 goals, 10 assists in 16 games)... Honored as a NSCAA All– American junior season ...Was the lone Arizona representative on the AA team...Totaled 71 career goals in four years of action ... Named to All-Arizona First Team and recognized as Arizona Player of the Year by the Gatorade Circle of Champions on two occasions...Earned four varsity letters in helping the Lancers to four consecu– tive 5-A Southern Conference Championships...Paced Lancers to a 58-9-3 record and four division championships .. .Four-time all-city pick...Member of the West Regional Olympic Development team program ... Puma Cup selection ... Played for Tucson United club team (Wolfgang Weber). Personal: Undecided on major at USD .. .Recruited by Air Force, Stanford, UNLV, and Regis ... First kicked a soccer ball at age four...Soft- spoken player who carried a 4.00 grade-point average in high school...Born Jan. 9, 1976 in Staten Island, NY.

Last Year: Redshirted.

Prep/Club: Recognized as a First Team AII-CIF-San Diego Section Division Ill selection in 1993-94...Named to First Team All-Metropolitan League squad...Member of CIFSDS Division II Championship team at Hilltop High (Russ Shubert, Jr.) ...Union-Tribune All– Academic First Team...MVP of Senior All-Star Game...Three-year starter for Hilltop ...Twice named team captain...Most Improved Player as a sophomore, starting every game ...Competed for South Bay Select and South Bay Rangers club teams (Russ Subert, Jr.)... SB Selects won Under 16 and Under 17 AAA league championships...Rangers captured sec– ond division league title and Colum– bus Cup Championship. Personal: Major is undeclared...Name pronounced SHANE-hair ... Father, Steve, is a professor in USD's history department...Born March 26, 1976 in Stanford, CA.

Stat Key: CP=Cames Played; CS=Cames Started; MIN=Minutes;· SH=Shots; SV=Saves; C=Coa/s Allowed; CAA=Coals Against Avg.; REC=Win-Loss Record; SO=Shutouts; PK=Penalty Kicks; WCC=West Coast Conference


A-A-A Abukusumo, Mochtar ('93) Adair, Charles ('90-'92) Arthur, Kevin ('90-'93) Ascherfeld, Steve ('80--'81)




B-8-8 Baker, Jason ('92) Barry, Doug ('91-'94) Bauer, Grant ('B l ) Beall, David ('90-'93) Benrey, Albert ('85) Bianchi, Vince ('87-'90) Bisch, M ike ('84, '86) Blain, Ryan ('82-'86) Blank, Andy ('8 1) Bosseloo, Miguel ('82-'83) Brandt, Charles ('84) Brille, Mike ('86, '88-'89) Bronson, Steve ('85) Brosnan, Thomas ('90) Brow n, David ('93) Button, Phillip ('89-'90)

Defender (D)

Midfielder (MF)

Ht: 6-0 Wt:170 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL Carlsbad, CA/ Carlsbad HS

Ht: 5-7 Wt:150 Yr: JR Exp: 2VL San Diego, CA/ Mission Bay HS

Noteworthy: Key performer last year who possesses a natural scoring touch. Last Year: Finished third in team scor– ing (28 points) and sixth in the WCC points race...Top scoring freshman in the WCC. ..Tied USO single-game record with three assists against Yale... Named Offensive Most Valu– able Player at the USO/ MetLife Challenge... Set tourney records for total goals (4), total points (12) and points in a game (7); tied single-game records for goals (2) and shots (8) ... Honored as WCC Offensive Player of the Week (9-20)...Scored six of his eight goals coming off the bench. Prep/Club: Chosen to the All-Avocado League Second Team in 1992- 93 ... Guided Carlsbad High (Jeff Riccitelli) to the Avocado Champion– ship as the Lancers' leading scorer (17 goals)...Member of the La Jolla No– mads club (Derek Armstrong) that competed in the Super Group Divi– sion in Under 19 World Club Cham– pionships at Dallas Cup...Teammate of USD's Jamie Munro on the Nomads squad...Same team won the 1993 state championship. Personal: Major not yet declared ... Recruited by USF, LMU, Brown, Seton Hall and UNLV...Father, Todd Vittitoe, played football at Cal Poly Pomona...Changes hair styles as often as Dennis Rodman...Born August 21, 1975 in Oceanside, CA. STATS YEAR GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 15/ 5 8 7 23 28 0 2 0 wee GP/GS G A PT SH GG GA UG 1994 4/0 2 5 5 0 0 0

Noteworthy: Perhaps USD's most underrated player...Quietly gets the job done on defense, but can also cover the midfield. Last Year: WCC Honorable Mention selection ... Named USD's Most Im– proved Player.. .Assisted on game-win– ner versus #6 N .C. State ... Played midfield position against UC San Di– ego... 1993: Honored as team's co– Freshman of the Year...Provided de– ciding goal in win against Cal St. Northridge at the USD/ Diadora Tournament...Helped secure upset of #9 San Francisco with late goal from improbable angle... High-percentage shooter with three goals on just 11 shots...Missed several games due to knee injury incurred at UCLA. Prep/Club: Member of three Western League Championship teams at Mis– sion Bay (Bruce Cochrane)...Named Western League Player of the Year. ..Received First Team AII-CIF-San Diego Section honors. Personal: Business major... Last name is pronounced WONG... Redshirted during the 1992 season...Recruited by USF...Picked USO for academics, lim– ited enro llment and soccer program ... Bo rn July 18, 1974 in Taipei, Taiwan. STATS---------- YEAR GP/GS G 1994 19/ 19 0 1993 18/ 13 3 Tot. 37/32 3 A PT SH GG GA UG 6 6 16 0 1 0 7 11 0 7 13 27 1 1 1


Camacho, Carlos ('80) Celi, Luis ('80, '82-83) Ceniceroz, Ron ('83-'84) Chaffee, Jason ('88-'90) Chavez, Michael ('85-'87) Chepeus, Marc ('84) Colarusso, Tom ('84) Conlin, John ('85) Coulthard, James ('83) Crane, Tom ('89-'90)

D-D-D da Luz, Tony ('81-'82)

Darland, John ('81) Davis, Eugene ('81) Deutsch, Eric ('86-'89) Dibble, Jim ('82-'85) Deery, Mike ('94) Dragicevic, Darko ('89-'92) Ducey, Robert ('91-'92) Duke, Chris ('85-'88) Duggan, Marc ('87-'88) Durkin, Tim ('93-'94)


Farley, John ('83) Farley, Ryan ('93) Farley, Scott ('91-'94) Fargo, Art ('84-'86) Fenick, Mark ('84-'86) Finn, Dave ('82) Finnegan, Keith ('94) Fisher, Jay ('91) Fontenla, Juan ('94) Forgey, M ike ('86-'87) Fullerton, David ('91-'92)

G-G-G Garlick, Scott ('90-'93) Gelvezon, Paul ('90--91) Gerlach, Matt ('92-'94) Geske, Matt ('93-'94) Gonzales, Carlos ('92-'94) Gonzalez, Roberto ('93) Green, Keith ('88) Greenwood, Scott ('85) Gregg, Jeff ('86-'89) Griffin, Brenden ('87-'90) Guerra, Cesar ('82) Guerra, Jorge ('82-'83) Guerra, Raul ('82-'83)


Hawley, Tom ('83 ) Henning, Jon ('90) Herman, Steve ('85-'87) Herzenberg, Jonathan ('87) Hiemstra, Edze ('80-'82) Histon, Mike ('83-'86) Hogarty, Brendon ('85) Horning, Kevin ('86) Hotchkiss, Chuck ('86) Howard, Daniel ('B0--'81 ) Howard, Michael ('82-'83) Huckleberry, Scott ('84-'87)

wee 1994 1993 Tot.

A PT SH GG GA UG 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 7 0 0 1

GP/GS G 6/ 6 0 4/ 4 10/10 1

Hudder, Tom ('BO) Hynes, Patrick ('91)

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Defender (D)

Midfielder/ Defender (MF/D)

Midfielder/ Defender (MF/ D) Ht: 5-9 Wt:1 50 Yr: FR Exp: HS Mesa, AZ/ Mt. View HS Noteworthy: Potential starter who was lost for season due to knee injury. A versatile player who can play midfield or anywhere in the back. Prep/Club: Four-year starter at Mt. View where team advanced to play– offs each year...Senior year scored 20 goals and talli ed 16 assists with team winning league title...First Team All– Arizona and First Team All-State (SA)...4-time AIA Scholar-Athlete– ree r totals of 58 goa ls/3 8 ass ists ... Played for Tucson Amigos Club Team in 1995. Personal: Born June 16, 1976...Chose USD for its strong academic reputa– tion and its solid soccer program ...Recruited by Notre Dame, Stanford, Clemson and Harvard. MIKE MARVIL #16 Ht: 6-0 Wt:1 75 Yr: FR Exp: HS San Diego, CA/ U. of San Diego HS Noteworthy: Out for season with bro– ken leg...A very versatile, strong ath– letic player with great speed...Can play wide or upfront. Prep/Club: Three-time First Team All– Western Lea gue performer at USDHS...League champs three years and CIF Champions in 1993...West– ern League Player Of The Year junior season with 27 goals and 12 assists...Senior year scored 15 goals before breaking leg... Club Team (SanDiego Villa) advanced to semis of State Cup and won Celtic Cup (L.A.). Personal: Born February 7, 1977 in Oakland, California ... Parents are Steven and Linda Marvil of San Diego...Chose USD for academics and soccer program...Recruited by Fresno State, Evansville, Stanford and SDSU. Midfielder (MF)

Ht: 6-1 Wt:1 70 Yr: JR Exp: Club Goteborg, Sweden/U. of Goteborg

Ht: 5-7 Wt:1 50 Yr: JR Exp: HS SanDiego, CA/ Clairemont HS

Noteworthy: A strong marking back...strength is distributing from the of two transfers from the University of Goteborg. Prep/Club: Tearn Captain this past year for Furas Soccer Club...Played last 3 years for Division IV team...Last year finished 2nd in Division and won 2 indoor tournaments...Played on Army team that won Swedish Military Cham– pionships (1994-95). Personal: Born October 4, 1972 in Goteborg, Sweden...Parents are Mar– ten and Margaretha Kyllerman...Chose USD for campus and San Diego climate...Recruited by San Jose State and New Hampshire.

Noteworthy: Hard working left-footed player who hopefully will provide a lift to team when needed. Prep/Club: Prepped at Clairemont HS (Jon Beaubien) where he earned 1st Tearn All-Harbor League honors and Team MVP honors his senior year. .. two-time 2nd Team honoree...Club team (Villa) reached state cup semifinals. Personal: Born June 28, 1975 in San Diego, California...Parents are Nina and Michael Gibbs...Chose USD for small campus atmosphere and close– ness to home...Salutatorian of Class of 1993 (Clairemont HS).



Goalkeeper (GK)

Midfielder (MF)

Ht: 5-11 Wt:168 Yr: FR Exp: HS Los Angeles, CA/ Loyola HS

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 160 Yr: JR Exp: Club Goteborg, Sweden/ U. of Goteborg Noteworthy: Projected starter as midfielder... strong left-sided player with uncanny ability to finish around goal...One of two transfers from the University of Goteborg. Prep/Club: Last three years played on Club Team (GAIS) at Division I level. ..Team finished 5th out of 14 clubs ... Earned club's Best Player Award in 1994. Personal: Born March 3, 1972 in Goteborg, Sweden ... Father, Ronnie, resides in Goteborg...Chose USD for soccer program, school and climate...Recruited by San Jose State and New Hampshire...Major: Busi– ness Administration.

Noteworthy: First year keeper who possesses good physical tools. Prep/Club: Lettered last two years at Loyola...Tearn advanced to quarters of CIF Finals (junior & senior years)...2nd Team All-League and team Defensive MVP senior year...Club team (Manhat– tan Beach Hurricanes) advanced to fi. nals of State Cup (1995). Personal: Born December 11, 1976 in Burbank, California...Parents are Ann and Edward Mehren of Los Ange– les, California...Chose USD for aca– demics and location of school.


l-l-l Jara, Guillermo ('92-'94) Jimenez, Uriel ('80)



K-K·K Kaemerle, Bo ('83-'86) Kalisher, Hardy ('92) Kelly, John {'82-'83) Kilkenney, Dan ('89) Kummer, Andrew ('88-'91) Kyle, James ('85-'87)

Midfielder (MF)

Midfielder (MF)


Ht: 5-7 Wt: 140 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL Anaheim, CA/ Canyon HS

Ht: 5-7 Wt:140 Yr: SO Exp: 1VL Las Vegas, NV/ Chaparal HS

Langhans, Denis ('87-'90) Leonatti, Greg ('81 ) Legg, Kevin ('91-'93) Leung, Sonny ('81) Lindqvist, Roger ('92-'94)

Noteworthy: Will sit out the 1995 season ...A walk-on that impressed coaches with his ability to play out of the back. Prep/Club: Four-time First Team All– Century League...Senior year Team Captain and Best Defender. ..Junior year 2nd Team AII-County ... C lub Team (Cerritos Inter-America) placed fourth in U-19 Super Group. Personal: Born August 26, 1977 in Fullerton, CA. ..Mother, Laura, resides in Anaheim, CA...Chose USO for soc– cer program and school's academic reputation ...Recruited by St. Mary's, Hawaii Pacific and CSLA.

Noteworthy: A very stron g and ath– letic player. .. Possesses nice touch around goal...Has ability to start on this year's team. Prep/Club: Thr ee-time All-Sunrise Conference performer and two-time team MVP... scored 79 goals in three years with high of 32 junior year (team 3rd in nation '94) ...Senior year se– lected to All-West squad...Club Team (Green Valley) was State Champs. Personal: Born April 11, 1977 in Las Vegas, Nevada...Mother, Kim, resides in Las Vegas...Chose USO because of successful soccer team, school and city...Recruited by Santa Clara, Notre Dame and San Jose State.

M-M-M McKay, Scott ('83)

Marchesi, David ('93-'94) Matthews, Cullen ('86) Miller, Dennis ('83) Munro, Jamie ('94) Murphy, Shawn ('88)


Nichols, Dave {'83-'85) Norton, Jimmey ('87) Ngyuen, Trong {'87-'90)

0-0-0 O'Connor, Whitney ('80)

Orona, Peter ('91) Otte, Eric ('80-'84)


Panian, Joe ('94) Patricio, Ralph ('80-'81) Pattengill, Peter ('87-'88) Pearson, Jason ('88-'91) Peloso, Sterling ('84-'87) Pillar, Jeff ('91-'92) Pimentel, Leonardo ('93) Pinnell, Sean ('89-'9 1) Plumbly, Bob ('81) Polentz, Michael ('88) Polling, Robert ('88) Pratz, Pedro ('85) Puckett, Joshua ('88)

R-R-R Rash, Tom ('83-'85)



Rathswohl, Gene ('86) Riegel, Brad ('80-'81) Rodriguez, Manny ('90-'93) Ronces, Leo {'87-'90) Roos, Martin {'93) Ross, K.C. {'87) Rowe, Kevin {'90)

Midfielder (MF)

Midfielder (MF)


Samaha, Devin ('87-'90) Scott, Todd {'87-'89) Shipley, Steve ('91-'94) Silver, Jeff ('84-'86) Sitton, Dublin ('80-'82) Smith, Greg ('86) Snorsky, Mike ('82-'85) Sosa, Henry ('80) Spacek, Zdenek {'84-'85) Stady, Doug ('81) Streicek, Alex ('90-'92)

Ht: 5-7 Wt:140 Yr: SO Exp: lVL Coronado, CA/Coronado HS

Ht: 5-7 Wt:140 Yr: SO Exp: 1 VL Fremont, CA/Mission San Jose HS

Noteworthy: A walk-on from nearby Coronado HS...impressed coaching staff in camp to earn spot on team. Prep/Club: Two-time First Team All– Harbor League performer...Two-time AII-CIF honoree...Senior year named Captain, Best Forward and Coaches Award...Junior year team was CIF Co– Champs with The Bishops School...Club Team (Coronado Select Strikers) were two-time Pres idio League Champions...Two-time San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic. Personal: Born October 21, 1976 in Mexico City, Mexico... Parents are Fermin and Olga Zubiaur of Coronado ...Chose USO for school size, location and sports program.

Noteworthy: strong defender...Prototype Division I mark– ing back...Unlikely that he'll be back this year after injuring knee. Prep/Club: Three-time First Tearn All– Mission Valley Athletic League performer...Team was MVAL champs last three years and Northcoast Sec– tion Champions in 1993...Club Team (Fremont Celtic) were 1993 State Champs. Born May 3, 1977 in Hayward, CA... Parents are Lenda Carey and Robert Tella of Fremont, CA. ..Chose USO for successful soccer program...Recuited by San Jose State and University of Washington. A quick, Personal:

T-T-T Taitano, Toby ('90-'93) Tate, Tom ('90-'94) Tehrani, Che {'80) Thiebach, Marc ('85-'86) Tobin, Paul ('85)


Utterson, Craig ('87-'88) V-V-V

Vacanti, John ('88) Valenzuela, Rich ('8 1-'82) Valtingojer, Berni ('86-'87) Velazquez, Fernando ('83)

Villaflor, Ben ('94) Vittitoe, Lafe ('94)


Wakim, Emile ('91-'94) Wang, James ('92-'94) Wedge, Doug ('88-'90) Welsh, Bob ('87-'88) Werner, Damon ('84-'87) West, Doug ('89) White, Pat {'8 1-'82) z.z.z

Zetina, Eduardo ('94)


1995 Toreros: (Front Row l-r) Levi Parker, Furmin Zubiar, Leighton O'Brien, Stefan Martinsen, Guillermo Jara, Keith Finnegan, Ryan Patrick, Michael Deery, David Marchesi, David Gibbs, James Wang, Tim Durkin. (Back Row l-r) Asst. Coach Marc Thiebach, Jamie Munro, Carlos Gonzales, Lafe Vittitoe, Johan Kyllerman, Matt Geske, Justin Mehren, Joe Panian, Carlos Castellanos, Greg Tella, Jon Schoenherr, Mike Marvil, Todd Stearman, Head Coach Seamus McFadden, Asst. Coach Harry Tweedie. 1995 UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO MEN'S SOCCER ROSTER







178 so 195 so 140 so 170 JR


San Diego, CA/ San Diego HS Mission Hills, CA/Alemany HS

6-2 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-7


01 Joe Panian

01 Carlos Castellanos GK

Goteborg, Sweden/ Univ. of Goteborg La Canada, CA/ St. Francis HS San Diego, CA/ Mission Bay HS Mesa, AZ/ Mountain View HS Drogheda, IRE/ St. Josephs HS Donegal, IRE/ Carmdomagh Comm. San Diego, CA/ Torrey Pines HS Sacramento, CA/ Livermore HS Federal Way, WA/ Federal Way HS


2 Johan Kyllerman


3 Tim Durkin 4 James Wang




5-10 160 140 so 5-10 165 so 150 so 5-11 SR 5-7

5 Carlos Gonzales 6 Keith Finnegan 7 Michael Deery 8 Jamie Munro 9 Guillermo Jara


145 150 175 187 165




5-10 5-10

10 Leighton O'Brien MF

Las Vegas, NV/ Chaparal Brookfield, WI/Brookfield HS Chula Vista, CA/ Hilltop HS Carlsbad, CA/ Carlsbad HS


11 Levi Parker

6-4 6-1



12 Matthew Geske 13 Jon Schoenherr



170 so

MF/ F 6-0

14 Lafe Vittitoe

Goteborg, Sweden/ Univ. of Goteborg

5-10 160



15 Stefan Martinsen

San Diego, CA/ USDHS Anaheim, CA/ Canyon HS





16 Mike Marvil

5-10 165


17 Todd Stearman 18 Ryan Patrick

Tucson, AZ/ Salpointe Catholic HS Fremont, CA/ Mission San Jose Walnut Creek, CA/ De La Salle HS San Diego, CA/ Clairemont HS Coronado, CA/ Coronado HS

140 160 150 150 168 150





19 Greg Tella

165 so


21 David Marchesi 23 David Gibbs 24 Fermin Zubiaur 25 Justin Menren


MF/ D5-7 MF/F 5-8


Los Angeles, CA/ Loyola HS Mesa, AZ/ Mt. View HS



Antonio Gonzales MF/D5-9

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