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Cleveland State Vikings
Logo
University Cleveland State University
Conference Horizon League
Eastern Wrestling League
NCAA Division I
Athletic director Mike Thomas
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Varsity teams 17 (7 M, 9 W. 1 C)
Basketball arena Wolstein Center
Soccer stadium Krenzler Field
Mascot Magnus
Nickname Vikings
Fight song The Pride of Cleveland
Colors Forest Green and White[1]
         
Website www.csuvikings.com

The Cleveland State Vikings, or Vikes, are the athletic teams of Cleveland State University. Before as Fenn College they were known as the Fenn College Foxes or Fenn Foxes. Cleveland State competes in NCAA Division I. They have been a member of the NCAA Division I since 1972. They were previously a member of the NCAA College Division, a precursor to NCAA Division II. The university is a member of the Horizon League (1994–present) and Eastern Wrestling League (1978–present). Cleveland State was formerly in the Mid-Continent Conference (1982–1994) and North Star Conference (1989–1992). Cleveland State previously fielded baseball, men's cross country as well as men and women's track and field. As Fenn College they fielded men's ice hockey and rifle. Cleveland State has a number of club sports as well.

Fenn College Foxes logo (1950s–1965)

Facilities[edit]

Athletic Director history[edit]

# Name Years
1 Homer E. Woodling September 1, 1929 – June 30, 1966
2 Robert F. Busbey July 1, 1966—1990
3 John Konstantinos July 1, 1990 – July 1, 2002
4 Lee Reed[2] July 24, 2002— May 2010
5 John Parry[3][4] May 10, 2010—June 30, 2017[5]
6 Michael Thomas March 1, 2017[6]

McCafferty Trophy[edit]

The McCafferty Trophy is awarded by the Horizon League to the school with the best overall athletic performance in all the sponsored sports. Cleveland State has won the award twice, in 2008 and 2013. Below is a table of the Cleveland State finishes and points.

Year Men's Points Women's Points Total Points Finish
2005[7]  ?  ?  ?  ?
2006  ?  ?  ?  ?
2007  ?  ?  ?  ?
2008[8] 25 21 46 1st
2009[9]  ?  ? 41 3rd
2010[10][11]  ?  ? 36 3rd
2011[12] 22.5 17 39.5 3rd
2012[13] 19 20 39 2nd
2013[14] 26 19 45 1st

Baseball[edit]

Baseball at Cleveland State was played for a total of 69 seasons. On May 2, 2011 Clevleland State University announced that they would eliminate the baseball team. The reasons cited were budget concerns as well as the difficultly of having a baseball team in the northern United States with the season starting earlier and earlier and favoring teams in the warmer southern United States.[15]

Men's basketball[edit]

Men's cross country[edit]

  • Cleveland State dropped Men's Cross Country after the 1993 season.
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (1):
1992

NCAA Championship history[edit]

Season Place Points
1977 11th 313
1979 19th 425

Men's fencing[edit]

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Fenn College 1931–32 0–4 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1932–33 1–4 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1933–34 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1934–35 0–6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1935–36 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1936–37 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1937–38 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1938–39 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1939–40 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1940–41 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1941–42 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1942–43 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1943–44 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1944–45 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1945–46 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1946–47 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1947–48 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1948–49 0–5 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1949–50 1–6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1950–51 2–6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1951–52 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1952–53 3–4 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1953–54 6-4 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1954–55 5–6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1955–56 3–9 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1956–57 7-5 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1957–58 9-2 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1958–59 5–6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1959–60 8-6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1960–61 10-7 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1961–62 5–9 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1962–63 3–9 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1963–64 6-6 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1964–65 4–9 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1965–66 3–9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1966–67 3–7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1967–68 10-6 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1968–69 5–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1969–70 3–9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1970–71 5–9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1971–72 5–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1972–73 9-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1973–74 14-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1974–75 11-1 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1975–76 12-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1976–77 10-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1977–78 10-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1978–79 9-8 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1979–80 11-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1980–81 11-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1981–82 9-8 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1982–83 13-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1983–84 17-6 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1984–85 15-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1985–86 17-6 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1986–87 6–16 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1987–88 9–12 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1988–89 15-10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989–90 11-10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990–91 17-9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991–92 10-6 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992–93 3–18 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993–94 19-13 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1994–95 19-13 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1995–96 10–21 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1996–97 3–21 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1997–98 6–19 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1998–99 1–12 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1999-00  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2000–01  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2001–02 5-6 (9th) --
Cleveland State 2002–03  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2003–04 7–9 (10th) --
Cleveland State 2004–05 9-4 (8th) --
Cleveland State 2005–06 9–15 (14th) --
Cleveland State 2006–07 19-5 (3rd) --
Cleveland State 2007–08 11-23 (3rd) --
Cleveland State 2008–09 9–23 (9th) --
Cleveland State 2009–10 4–17 (9th) --
Cleveland State 2010–11 8–23 (9th) --
Cleveland State 2011–12 13–17 (10th) --
Cleveland State 2012–13 18–10 (5th) --
Cleveland State 2013–14 23–13 (?-?) -- Total ?? years ?-? (?-?) ? Postseason bids

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 E. Sylvester Kennedy 1931—1933 1–8
2 O. Adolf Berger 1934—1935 0–6
3 John Royner
Madison Dods
1948—1949 0–5
4 Madison Dods 1949—1951 3–12
5 Charles Simonian 1952—1958 33-30
6 Madison Dods 1958—1960 13-12
7 John Szent Kiralyi 1960—1986 324-215
8 Joe Fazekas 1986—1995 176-160
9 William Reith 1995—2001  ?-?
10 James A Sager 2001—2008  ?-?
11 Christopher Tulleners 2008 – 2015 99-264
12 Jim Fazekas 2015–Present

Football[edit]

On October 14, 2008 Cleveland State University President Michael Schwartz stated "he wants a blue ribbon panel to give him a recommendation on the football team before July 1 when he is scheduled to retire. He also said the program will have to be structured to pay for itself."[16] On November 19, 2008 it was revealed that President Schwartz had chosen the committee members to explore the feasibility of football at Cleveland State.[17] On October 9, 2009 it was announced the University had completed its feasibility study.[18] From April 12–14, 2010 the Cleveland State Student Government Association polled students online about whether they favored football at Cleveland State. The results were as follows.[19]

# Question  % Yes Votes  % No Votes
1 Are you interested in having Cleveland State add a Division I non-scholarship football team? 68.7 1,214 31.3 553
2 Are you willing to pay a fee for Division I non-scholarship football in addition to any potential, future tuition increases that may be instituted by the university? 44.4 780 55.6 977
3 The fee that would be instituted will cover operating costs for the football team. This would include staff salaries, equipment, travel, insurance, and medical care. Would you be willing to pay $4 to $6 per credit hour for CSU football? 51.8 913 48.2 847
4 Would you be willing to pay $6 to $8 per credit hour for CSU football and other Division I sports? 41.8 732 58.2 1,022

Men's golf[edit]

  • Mid-Continent Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (9): 1998, 2006, 2008–09, 2011, 2014–17

Men's ice hockey[edit]

  • Ohio-Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Hockey League Team Championships (0):

Record by year[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Fenn College (Penn-Ohio Intercollegiate Hockey League[20][21]) (1938–1941)
1938 Bud Cook 1–8–1
1939 Peggy O'Neill 3–9–0 Lost, John Carroll
1940 James W. Griswold 2–11–0
1941 James W. Griswold 2–6–1
Total: 8–34–2

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Total 4 years 8-34-2 (8-34-2) 1 Postseason bid

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Bud Cook 1938—1938 1-8-1
2 Peggy O'Neill 1939—1939 3-9-0
3 James W. Griswold 1940—1941 4-17-1

Men's lacrosse[edit]

Cleveland State's first lacrosse game will take place against Michigan on February 4, 2017.[22]

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Dylan Sheridan 2017—present 0-0

Men's rifle[edit]

  • No team since 1937–1938, no place to shoot.

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years
1 Don Fable 1929—1938

Men's soccer[edit]

Men's swimming & diving[edit]

  • Penn-Ohio Conference Championships (14): 1974, 1976-1986, 1990-1992
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (4):
1998, 1999, 2006, 2013

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Fenn College 1931–32 1-4-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1932–33 3-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1933–34 0-4-2 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1934–35 6-4-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1935–36 9-1-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1936–37 4-8-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1937–38 3-8-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1938–39 5-5-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1939–40 4-5-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1940–41 8-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1941–42 5-7-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1942–43 2-5-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1943–44 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1944–45 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1945–46 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1946–47 14-2-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1947–48 11-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1948–49 11-4-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1949–50 9-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1950–51 5-6-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1951–52 1-11-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1952–53 3-11-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1953–54 1-12-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1954–55 4-9-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1955–56 7-8-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1956–57 7-8-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1957–58 10-1-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1958–59 7-5-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1959–60 7-6-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1960–61 2-9-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1961–62 2-11-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1962–63 1-10-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1963–64 1-9-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1964–65 2-10-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1965–66 2-10-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1966–67 3-7-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1967–68 4-8-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1968–69 5-8-1 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1969–70 1-12-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1970–71 11-3-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1971–72 10-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1972–73 6-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1973–74 8-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1974–75 7-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1975–76 9-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1976–77 11-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1977–78 6-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1978–79 12-5-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1979–80 6-5-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1980–81 8-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1981–82 8-3-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1982–83 9-3-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1983–84 6-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1984–85 8-4-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1985–86 5-7-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1986–87 6-6-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1987–88 8-5-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1988–89 9-5-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989–90 10-5-1 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990–91 8-6-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991–92 9-7-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992–93 6-6-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993–94 8-9-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1994–95 12-4-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1995–96 10-6-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1996–97 14-4-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1997–98 6-8-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1998–99 9-4-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1999-00 7-6-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2000–01 7-5-0 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2001–02 11-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2002–03 11-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2003–04 11-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2004–05 10-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2005–06 11-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2006–07 11-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2007–08 11-4 (3–1) --
Total 76 years 507-416-2 (?-?) ? Postseason bids

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Larry Peterson 1931—1932 1-4-0
2 Oliver Tammi 1932—1933 3-3-0
3 William Robertson 1933—1934 0-4-2
4 Gordon Cholmondoley 1934—1935 6-4-1
5 Harry Kyr 1935—1936 9-1-0
6 Morton Leavitt 1936—1937 4-8-0
7 Robert Mills 1937—1938 3-8-0
8 Raymond Ray 1938—1950 69-37-0
9 Jody Gram 1950—1951 5-6-0
10 Robert F. Busbey 1951—1981 164-206-1
11 Wally Morton 1981— 248-133-1

Men's tennis[edit]

Cleveland State dropped tennis as a sport following the 1991–1992 school year. Tennis was brought back for the 1999–2000 school year.

  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (5):
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013[23]

Men's track & field[edit]

  • Cleveland State dropped Men's Track & Field after the 1992 season.[24]

NCAA Championship history[edit]

Season Place Points
1968 T-17th 10
1973 T-32nd 6

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years
1 Homer E. Woodling 1934—1942
2 Raymond Ray 1946—1950
3 Homer E. Woodling 1950—1951
4 Robert F. Busbey 1951—1956
5 David Burger 1967—1992

Wrestling[edit]

  • Eastern Wrestling League Team Championships (1):
1979
  • Program has had at least one NCAA qualifier for the last 42 years, going back to the 1964–65 season.
  • Eight Vikings have achieved All-American status.
Lee Barylski, 142 pounds (1970)
Paul Azzarti, Heavyweight (1971)
Frank Yoo, 142 pounds (1972)
Tony DiGiovanni, 134 pounds (1973)
Tom Cavanaugh, 150 pounds (1973)
Toby Matney, 158 pounds (1979)
Dave Zahoransky, 142 pounds (1986, 1988)
Dan Carcelli, 142 pounds (1995)

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) League/NCAA Finishes
Fenn College 1931–32 3-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1932–33 0-3-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1933–34 1-4-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1934–62 N/A (N/A) --
Fenn College 1962–63 4-5-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1963–64 2-7-0 (N/A) --
Fenn College 1964–65 8-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1965–66 9-1-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1966–67 8-1-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1967–68 9-0-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1968–69 7-1-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1969–70 9-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1970–71 4-3-1 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1971–72 10-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1972–73 12-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1973–74 15-2-1 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1974–75 14-0-1 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1975–76 10-5-2 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1976–77 14-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1977–78 11-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1978–79 15-1-1 (N/A) 2nd EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1979–80 9-4-0 (N/A) 1st EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1980–81 5-4-0 (N/A) 3rd EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1981–82 6-9-1 (N/A) 4th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1982–83 12-4-0 (N/A) 6th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1983–84 12-3-0 (N/A) 2nd EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1984–85 8-6-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1985–86 8-6-1 (N/A) T-5th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1986–87 7-6-0 (N/A) 2nd EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1987–88 7-6-0 (N/A) 6th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1988–89 11-6-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1989–90 5-7-0 (N/A) 8th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1990–91 7-7-0 (N/A) 8th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1991–92 10-6-1 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1992–93 3-8-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1993–94 4-7-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1994–95 5-7-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1995–96 6-10-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1996–97 3-17-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1997–98 7-14-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1998–99 6-8-2 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 1999-00 9-8-1 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2000–01 4-13-0 (N/A) 7th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2001–02 6-8-0 (N/A) 5th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2002–03 13-6-0 (N/A) 3rd EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2003–04 9-9-0 (N/A) 4th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2004–05 4-15-0 (N/A) T-6th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2005–06 6-8-0 (2–4 EWL) 5th EWL Tourney
Cleveland State 2006–07 10-5-0 (3-3 EWL) 6th EWL Tourney/47th NCAA
Cleveland State 2007–08 4-11-0 (0–6 EWL) 7th EWL Tourney
Total 49 years 341-275-12 (?-?-?) 122 NCAA Championship Qualifiers

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Spike Sperry 1931—1933 3–6
2 William White 1933—1934 1–4
3 William Leickie 1933—1934 1–4
4 Richard Bonacci 1962—1997 296-177-9
5 Jack Effner 1997—2008 71-91-3
6 Ben Stehura 2008—present 0-0-0

Women's basketball[edit]

Women's cross country[edit]

  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (0):

First Season 1980

Women's fencing[edit]

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Cleveland State 1979–80 12-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1980–81 6–7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1981–82 14-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1982–83 6–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1983–84 14-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1984–85 15-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1985–86  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1986–87 14-6 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1987–88 5–11 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1988–89 7–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989–90 12-9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990–91 11 -9 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991–92 15-8 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992–93 9-4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993–94  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1994–95 17-15 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1995–96 11–22 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1996–97 17-11 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1997–98 5–21 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1998–99  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1999-00  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2000–01  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2001–02 4-9 (13th) --
Cleveland State 2002–03  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2003–04 3–15 (11th) --
Cleveland State 2004–05 6-7 (10th) --
Cleveland State 2005–06 9–13 (6th) --
Cleveland State 2006–07 6–7 (8th) --
Cleveland State 2007–08 0–32 (13th) --
Cleveland State 2008–09 1-33 (18th) --
Cleveland State 2009–10 2–23 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 2010–11 1–32 (17th) --
Cleveland State 2011–12 3–27 (15th) --
Cleveland State 2012–13 2–26 (19th) --
Cleveland State 2013–14 15–20 (?-?) -- Total ?? years ??-??? (?-?) ? Postseason bids

Women's golf[edit]

  • Horizon League Team Championships (1): 2017

Record by year[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Cleveland State (Independent) (2001–2002)
2001–2002 Tom Porten  ?–?–? N/A
Cleveland State (Horizon League) (2002–present)
2002–2003 Tom Porten  ?–?–? N/A
2003–2004 Tom Porten  ?–?–? N/A
2004–2005 Tom Porten  ?–?–? N/A
2005–2006 Tom Porten  ?–?–? N/A
2006–2007 Brian Varsey  ?–?–? N/A
2007–2008 Steve Weir  ?–?–? N/A
2008–2009 Steve Weir  ?–?–? N/A
2009–2010 Steve Weir  ?–?–? N/A
2010–2011 Steve Weir  ?–?–? N/A
2011–2012 Steve Weir  ?–?–? N/A
Total:  ??–??

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Total ?? years ?-?-? (?-?-?) 0 Postseason bids
  • Totals updated through the end of the 2010–2011 school year.[25][26]

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Tom Porten 2001—2006  ?–?–?
2 Brian Varsey 2006—2007  ?–?–?
3 Steve Weir 2007—  ?–?–?

Women's soccer[edit]

Record by year[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Cleveland State (Horizon League) (2004–present)
2004 Derrek Falor 0–19–0 0–7–0 8th
2005 Derrek Falor 0–18–1 0–6–1 8th
2006 Derrek Falor 3–17–0 0–7–0 8th
2006 Derrek Falor 3–17–0 0–7–0 8th
2007 Derrek Falor 5–14–1 1–6–1 8th
2008 Derrek Falor 8–10–1 3–4–1 6th
2009 Derrek Falor 3–14–1 2–5–1 7th
2010 Derrek Falor 9–8–2 5–3–0 T–3rd
2011 Derrek Falor 10–7–2 3–3–2 T–4th
2012 Derrek Falor 6–11–0 2–5–0 8th
2013 Derrek Falor 8–9–1 2–5–0 T–6th
2014 Sonia Curvelo 8–8–3 3–4–1 T–5th
2015 Sonia Curvelo 8–10–1 4–5–0 6th
2016 Sonia Curvelo 5–12–0 2–7–0 8th
Total: 76–174–13

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Total 13 years 76–174–13 (27–74–7) 0 Postseason bids
  • Totals updated through the end of the 2016–2017 school year.[27][28]

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Derrek Falor 2004—2013 55–144–8
2 Sonia Curvelo 2014—2016 21–30–4

Softball[edit]

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Cleveland State 1979 6–10 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1980 1–14 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1981 8-7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1982 14-7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1983 14-15-1 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1984 12-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1985 13-10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1986 14–17 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1987 11–17 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1988 9–24 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989 11-18-2 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990 15-11 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991 13–17 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992 3–21 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993 12–33 (3–13) --
Cleveland State 1994 16–41 (4–14) --
Cleveland State 1995 37-13 (13–3) --
Cleveland State 1996 24-21 (6–8) --
Cleveland State 1997 36-11 (11–3) NCAA, Regionals
Cleveland State 1998 16–33 (3–9) --
Cleveland State 1999 23–24 (8–4) --
Cleveland State 2000 19–37 (4–6) --
Cleveland State 2001 19–33 (3–9) --
Cleveland State 2002 20-24-1 (3–9) --
Cleveland State 2003 23-30-1 (6–6) --
Cleveland State 2004 26–27 (6–11) --
Cleveland State 2005 24–26 (13–6) --
Cleveland State 2006 38-15 (10–5) --
Cleveland State 2007 33-14 (8–6) --
Cleveland State 2008 31-18 (14–4) --
Cleveland State 2009 35-18 (17–5) NCAA, Regionals
Cleveland State 2010 44-15 (22–2) --
Cleveland State 2011 29-21 (13–8) --
Cleveland State 2012 17–39 (9–15) --
Total 33 years 666–684 (?-?) 2 Postseason bids

NCAA Championship history[edit]

Season Eliminated
Round
Teams Defeated Lost to
1997 Regionals Michigan
Michigan State
2009 Regionals Notre Dame
Miami (Ohio)

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Louise Furjanic 1979—1980 7-22-0
2 Ken Leckler 1981—1981 8-7-0
3 Alice Khol 1982—1983 28-22-1
4 Robin Sobelewski 1984—1984 12-3-0
5 Sue Welch 1985—1987 38-44-0
6 Mitch Wagner 1988—1989 20-42-2
7 Chico Chernosky 1990—1991 28-28-0
8 Tom McLaughlin 1992—1996 92-129-0
9 Julie Jones 1997—2006 244-260-2
10 Angie Nicholson 2007— 172-86-0

Women's swimming & diving[edit]

  • Penn-Ohio Conference Championships (2): 1990 and 1991
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (0):

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Cleveland State 1975 4-4-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1976 2-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1977 1-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1978 5-5-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1979 8-4-1 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1980 5-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1981 9-3-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1982 10-2-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1983 5-5-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1984 5-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1985 6-7-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1986 9-3-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1987 8-6-0 (N/A) --
Cleveland State 1988 8-5-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989 8-7-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990 7-9-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991 8-6-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992 6-6-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993 8-9-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1994 6-8-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1995 7-8-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1996 8-7-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1997 6-9-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1998 9-5-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 1999 5-9-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2000 5-8-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2001 9-6-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2002 7-7-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2003 7-6-0 (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2004  ?-?-? (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2005  ?-?-? (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2006  ?-?-? (?-?-?) --
Cleveland State 2007  ?-?-? (?-?-?) --
Total ?? years ?-?-? (?-?-?) 0 Postseason bids

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Susan Ziegler 1975—1976 4-4-0
2 Norman Burkhart 1976—1977 2-6-0
3 Susan Ziegler 1977—1978 1-6-0
4 Joyce Ferguson 1978—1980 13-9-1
5 Dave Duda 1980—1981 5-6-0
6 Debbie Dugan 1981—1982 9-3-0
7 Robert G. Kloos 1982—1983 10-2-0
8 Sue Neff 1983—1985 10-11-0
9 Lorry Wagner 1985—1991 46-37-0
10 John Collis 1991—1994 22-21-0
11 Mike Lehto 1994—2007 88-98-0
12 Wally Morton 2007 – present 4-8-0

Women's tennis[edit]

  • North Star Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships (0):

Record by year[edit]

School Season Record (Conf. Record) Postseason
Cleveland State 1979 0–8 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1980 6-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1981 5-5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1982 7-3 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1983 10-2 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1984 2–4 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1985 7-2 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1986 4–7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1987 5–12 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1988 1–5 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1989 0–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1990 0–7 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1991 0–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1992 0–14 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1993 2–11 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1994 0–11 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1995 0–10 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1996 2–14 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1997 4–22 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1998 5–21 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 1999 7–16 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2000 5–17 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2001 7–19 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2002 2–24 (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2003  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2004  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2005  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2006 16-10 (4–3) --
Cleveland State 2007 15-12 (4–3) --
Cleveland State 2008  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2009  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2010  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2011  ?-? (?-?) --
Cleveland State 2012 16-9 (7–1) --
Total 34 years ?-? (?-?) 0 Postseason bids

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
1 Jane Pease 1979—1980 0–8
2 Susan Ziegler 1980—1983 18-11
3 Sheryl Smith 1983—1986 19-8
4 Robert Malaga 1986—1989 10–24
5 John Bondea 1989—1991 0–17
6 Charles Mosley 1991—1995 2–46
7 Rick Kroboth 1995—1996 0–16
8 Dave Heilbron 1996—1997 2–8
9 Teresa Baker 1997—2001 21–76
10 Sandy Geringer 2001—2002 7–19
11 Brian Etzkin 2003— 2–24

Women's track & field[edit]

  • Women's Track & Field ceased to exist after the 199? season. It was reinstated beginning in 2017.

Women's volleyball[edit]

Club sports – crew (rowing)[edit]

Viking Crew is a successful coed club crew.[29] Each year the team travels around the nation to compete against other top collegiate crew. In 2006 the team's lightweight men's four traveled to Boston to race in the Head of the Charles Regatta. In 2007 and 2009 the team raced at Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta with over 37 boats in their race. In 2009 Cleveland State won the Hammer Ergatta cup and the Cleveland Collegiate Regatta cup.

  • Mid-America Collegiate Rowing Association Championships (0):
  • Cleveland Collegiate Regatta Championships (1):
  • Hammer Ergatta Championships (1):

Spring season regattas[edit]

# Name Location
1 Hammer Ergatta Cleveland, OH
2 Cleveland Collegiate Regatta Cleveland, OH
3 West Virginia Governor's Cup Regatta Charleston, WV
4 Mid-America Collegiate Rowing Association Regatta Athens, OH
5 Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta Philadelphia, PA

Fall season regattas[edit]

# Name Location
1 Head of the Cuyahoga Cleveland, OH
2 Head of the Ohio Pittsburgh, PA
3 Head of the Charles Regatta Boston, MA
4 Speakmon Memorial Columbus, OH

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years
1 Dan DiAngelo 2000—2004
2 Mark Silverstein 2004—2006
3 Ron Dorchak 2006—2008
4 David Dressler 2008—2010

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Color Palette | Cleveland State University". Csuohio.edu. Retrieved 2016-04-13. 
  2. ^ Alexander, Elton (April 14, 2010). "Cleveland State athletic director Lee Reed leaving for Georgetown". Cleveland Plain Dealer. Retrieved March 31, 2012. 
  3. ^ Alexander, Elton (May 7, 2010). "Cleveland State announces John Parry as interim athletic director". Cleveland Plain Dealer. Retrieved March 31, 2012. 
  4. ^ McCann, Brian (April 1, 2011). "John Parry Named Cleveland State University Athletic Director". Cleveland State University. Retrieved March 31, 2012. 
  5. ^ http://www.csucauldron.com/news/article_398a9e00-ecc8-11e6-a176-a7db0c8887a6.html
  6. ^ http://www.horizonleague.org/blog/michael-thomas-appointed-cleveland-state-director-of-athletics
  7. ^ http://horizonleague.org/blog/uw-milwaukee-captures-james-j-mccafferty-trophy-2005-06-01-35041.html
  8. ^ McCann, Brian (28 May 2008). "VIKINGS WIN McCAFFERTY TROPHY". Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland State University. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  9. ^ "Milwaukee claims McCafferty Trophy as Horizon League all-sports champion for fifth time in nine years". Oak Brook, Illinois: Horizon League. 27 May 2009. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  10. ^ "Butler Captures James J. McCafferty Trophy". Butler University. 7 June 2010. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  11. ^ http://horizon.cstv.com/genrel/060710aaa.html
  12. ^ "Butler Claims Record-Setting Eighth McCafferty Trophy". Horizon League. 1 June 2011. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  13. ^ Potter, Bill (30 May 2012). "Milwaukee Earns Sixth McCafferty Trophy as Horizon League All-Sports Champion". Horizon League. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  14. ^ Potter, Bill (28 May 2013). "Cleveland State Earns Second McCafferty Trophy". Horizon League. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  15. ^ "Cleveland State University Ends Baseball Program". Retrieved May 7, 2011. 
  16. ^ [1] Cleveland State considers a new name and a new football team. Accessed October 25, 2008.
  17. ^ [2] CSU Picks Committee to Explore Football. Accessed October 2, 2010.
  18. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on July 8, 2011. Retrieved 2010-10-03.  Football Feasibility Study Announced . Accessed October 2, 2010.
  19. ^ [3] 2010 SGA Election Results . Accessed October 2, 2010.
  20. ^ "College Icers in Dual Bill; Dukes Meet Fenn, Tech Tackles Carroll". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. March 11, 1940. Retrieved April 7, 2012. 
  21. ^ "Dukes Win Hockey Title". The News-Dispatch. March 2, 1939. Retrieved April 7, 2012. 
  22. ^ "Cleveland State to Host Michigan in First-Ever Game; Season Tickets Now Available". Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland State University. 23 August 2016. Archived from the original on 12 September 2016. Retrieved 12 September 2016. 
  23. ^ Potter, Bill (28 April 2013). "Cleveland State Takes Dramatic Men's Tennis Championship". Horizon League. Retrieved 9 May 2013. 
  24. ^ "JUDGE OVERTURNS BARNES RULING". Dayton Daily News. June 26, 1992. Retrieved April 11, 2012. 
  25. ^ Horizon League (2011). "2011 Horizon League Golf record book" (PDF). Horizon League. p. 8. Retrieved March 11, 2012. 
  26. ^ Cleveland State University (2010). "2010 Cleveland State Vikings golf media guide" (PDF). Cleveland State University. p. 16. Retrieved March 11, 2012. 
  27. ^ Cleveland State University (2011). "2011 Cleveland State women's soccer media guide" (PDF). Cleveland State University. p. 28. Retrieved March 11, 2012. 
  28. ^ Horizon League (2011). "Horizon League Women's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Horizon League. p. 14. Retrieved March 11, 2012. 
  29. ^ [4] Viking Crew . Accessed November 28, 2010.

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