Men's Soccer History


Johns Hopkins - 1994 NCAA Finalist

 

Champions

Year Champion Head Coach Final Site
2016 Haverford Shane Rineer d. Franklin & Marshall, 2-1 Haverford
2015 Haverford Shane Rineer d. Dickinson, 1-0 Haverford
2014 Muhlenberg Sean Topping d. Haverford, 1-0 Franklin & Marshall
2013 Franklin & Marshall Dan Wagner d. Dickinson, 2-1 (OT) Haverford
2012 Haverford Shane Rineer d. Swarthmore, 1-0 Swarthmore
2011 Dickinson Brian Redding tied Haverford, 1-1 (PK: 3-2)
Johns Hopkins 
2010 Swarthmore  Eric Wagner  d. Muhlenberg, 2-1 (OT)  Swarthmore 
2009  Johns Hopkins  Craig Appleby  d. Dickinson, 2-1  Muhlenberg
2008  Swarthmore  Eric Wagner  d. Johns Hopkins, 1-0  Swarthmore
2007  Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith  d. Gettysburg, 4-1  Franklin & Marshall 
2006  Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith  d. Franklin & Marshall, 2-1 (OT) Johns Hopkins 
2005  Muhlenberg  Sean Topping  d. Gettysburg, 2-0  McDaniel 
2004  Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith  d. McDaniel, 1-0  Johns Hopkins 
2003  Muhlenberg  Sean Topping  d. Johns Hopkins, 2-1  Muhlenberg
2002  Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith  d. Franklin & Marshall, 2-1 (OT)  Johns Hopkins 
2001  Gettysburg  David Wright  d. McDaniel, 2-0  Johns Hopkins 
2000  Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith     
1999 Gettysburg David Wright     
1998 Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith     
1997  Muhlenberg  Jeff Tipping     
1996 Johns Hopkins  Matt Smith     
1995 Muhlenberg Jeff Tipping
 
1994 Muhlenberg Jeff Tipping    
1993 Gettysburg David Wright    

 

Individual Single-Game Records

Goals: 6, Brad Getz, Ursinus vs. FDU-Florham, Oct. 23, 1993
Goals by a Freshman: 4, Ryan Butler, Ursinus vs. Gwynedd Mercy, Sept. 9, 2012; Rich Billings, Haverford vs. Stevenson, Sept. 6, 1997; Frank Adamson, Haverford vs. Ursinus, Oct. 12, 1994
Consecutive Games With a Goal: 15, Matt Doran, Johns Hopkins, September 2-November 1, 2000  
Assists
: 4, Ted Zingman, Johns Hopkins vs. Stevens, Sept. 12, 1999; Brian Davis, Haverford vs. Ursinus, Oct. 12, 1994
Points: 11, Chad Tarabolous, Johns Hopkins vs. Alvernia, Oct. 16, 2002 (5g, 1a)
Shots: 13, Derek Kachadurian, Dickinson vs. Eastern Mennonite, Oct. 15, 2013 (1g); Cody Antonini, Muhlenberg vs. Johns Hopkins, Sept. 22, 2012 (1g)
Saves: 24, Brian Berkowitz, Ursinus vs. Franklin & Marshall, Oct. 18, 2003; Michael Murphy, Dickinson vs. Gettysburg, Nov. 6, 1999
Saves by a Freshman: 22, Chris Milla, Swarthmore vs. Johns Hopkins, Sept. 18, 1999 
Fastest Goal, Start of Game: 0:10, Jeremy Shapiro, Gettysburg vs. Wesley, Oct. 10, 2000
Fastest Consecutive Goals, Same Player: 0:18, Johan Hohman, Muhlenberg vs. Clark, Sept. 14, 1997
Fastest Three Consecutive Goals, Same Player: 7:55, Scott Bukoski, Johns Hopkins vs. Buffalo State, September 4, 2010

 

Wins over Non-CC Top-10 Ranked Opponents (12)

  • Franklin & Marshall d. #6 Cortland, 1-0, November 19, 2016
  • Franklin & Marshall d. #10 Lycoming, 2-1, September 4, 2016
  • Franklin & Marshall d. #2 Rutgers-Camden, 1-0, August 29, 2014
  • Franklin & Marshall d. #9 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 4-0, September 6, 2013
  • Franklin & Marshall d. #8 Oneonta, 2-1, August 31, 2012
  • Johns Hopkins d. #4 Christopher Newport, 2-1 (ot), November 13, 2010
  • Johns Hopkins d. #10 York, 2-1 (ot), September 8, 2010
  • Johns Hopkins d. #9 Salisbury, 1-0, September 23, 2009
  • Swarthmore d. #5 Stevens, 2-0, September 13, 2008
  • Muhlenberg d. #7 New Jersey, 2-1, October 17, 2007
  • Johns Hopkins d. #6 Montclair State, 1-0, September, 2003
  • Gettysburg d. #1 Messiah, 1-0, October 2, 2002

 

Games Involving Two Ranked CC Teams since 2002 (19)

  • #17 Haverford d. #8 Franklin & Marshall, 2-1, November 6, 2016 (Haverford, Pa.)
  • #3 Franklin & Marshall d. #13 Haverford, 1-0 (OT), October 22, 2016 (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • #8 Franklin & Marshall d. #21 Muhlenberg, 1-0 (OT), October 3, 2014 (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • #6 Franklin & Marshall d. #18 Swarthmore, 2-0, September 20, 2014 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #15 Franklin & Marshall d. #23 Dickinson, 3-0, November 17, 2013 (Carlisle, Pa.)
  • #24 Swarthmore d. #13 Dickinson, 2-1, October 19, 2013 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #13 Dickinson tied #18 Swarthmore, 1-1 (OT), September 22, 2012 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #9 Swarthmore d. #25 Franklin & Marshall, 2-1, September 17, 2011 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #9 Swarthmore d. #19 Muhlenberg, 1-0, October 27, 2010 (Allentown, Pa.)
  • #22 Muhlenberg tied #25 Johns Hopkins, 0-0 (OT), October 2, 2010 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • #13 Swarthmore d. #5 Johns Hopkins, 2-1, September 18, 2010 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • #18 Muhlenberg d. #12 Dickinson, 1-0, November 6, 2009 (Allentown, Pa.)
  • #18 Dickinson d. #9 Swarthmore, 1-0, September 26, 2009 (Carlisle, Pa.)
  • #9 Swarthmore d. #25 Johns Hopkins, 1-0, September 19, 2009 (Swarthmore, Pa.)
  • #18 Franklin & Marshall d. #11 Johns Hopkins, 2-1 (OT), October 20, 2007 (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • #13 Johns Hopkins d. #19 Franklin & Marshall, 2-1 (OT), November 5, 2006 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • #11 Johns Hopkins tied #18 Franklin & Marshall, 0-0 (OT), October 28, 2006 (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • #13 Johns Hopkins d. #23 Gettysburg, 1-0, September 27, 2006 (Baltimore, Md.)
  • #18 Muhlenberg d. #9 Johns Hopkins, 4-2, September 17, 2005 (Allentown, Pa.)

 

Three and Four-Time All-Centennial Selections (19)

Since 1994, there are 13 players who have been named first-team All-Centennial three times

  • Tim Averell, Muhlenberg, 1993-94-95
  • Peter Kahn, Johns Hopkins, 1994-96-97
  • Greg Stevcic, Gettysburg, 1995-96-97
  • Todd Ervin, Muhlenberg, 1995-96-97
  • Rich Billings, Haverford, 1996-98-99
  • Matt Doran, Johns Hopkins, 1999-2000-01
  • Aerik Williams, Johns Hopkins, 1998-2000-01
  • James Miller, Gettysburg, 2000-01-02
  • Scott Morrow, McDaniel, 2004-05-06
  • Chris Bayon, Gettysburg, 2006-07-08
  • Micah Rose, Swarthmore, 2009-10-11
  • Cody Antonini, Muhlenberg, 2009-10-12
  • Javier Mena, Dickinson, 2011-12-13

There are six (6) players who have been named first-team All-Centennial four times

  • Frank Adamson, Haverford, 1994-95-96-97
  • Eric West, Johns Hopkins, 1994-95-96-97
  • Ryan Kitzen, Johns Hopkins, 1998-99-2000-01
  • Brandon Corday, Franklin & Marshall, 2004-05-06-07
  • Scott Bukoski, Johns Hopkins, 2007-08-09-10
  • Ben Beaver, Franklin & Marshall, 2010-11-12-13
 

First-Team All-Conference and Head Coach of Centennial Champion

Sean Topping was a first-team All-Conference back (1996) and midfielder (1997) at Muhlenberg and coached the Mules to Centennial championships in 2003, 2005 and 2014.

 

Most Played Series in NCAA Division III Soccer (as of 11/12/16)

101 - Amherst vs. Williams (series began 1922)
99 - Wesleyan vs. Williams (1924)
96 - Haverford vs. Swarthmore (1921)
95 - Amherst vs. Wesleyan (1924)
88 - Cortland vs. Ithaca (1930)
85 - Johns Hopkins vs. McDaniel (1935)
85 - Roanoke vs. Washington and Lee (1947)
83 - Franklin & Marshall vs. Gettysburg (1930)
82 - Franklin & Marshall vs. McDaniel (1926)
82 - Trinity vs. Wesleyan (1933) 
82 - Gettysburg vs. Johns Hopkins (1936)