Coastal Carolina Chanticleers men's soccer

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Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
men's soccer
2015 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers men's soccer team
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers wordmark.svg
Founded 1978
University Coastal Carolina University
Conference Sun Belt
Location Conway, SC
Head coach Shaun Docking (16th year)
Stadium Coastal Carolina University Soccer Field
(Capacity: 1,000)
Nickname Chants
Colors Teal, Bronze, and Black[1]
              
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
1992, 2003, 2012, 2013
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1992, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Conference Tournament Champions
1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016
Conference Regular Season Champions
1986, 1987, 1989, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016

The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers men's soccer team represents Coastal Carolina University in all NCAA Division I men's college soccer competitions. The team competes in the Sun Belt Conference following after previously competing in the Big South Conference. The Chanticleers have been one of more successful Big South teams, both inside the conference and in the NCAA Tournament. In 2003, the Chanticleers became the first Big South team to reach the final sixteen in the tournament.[2]

The Chanticleers also have the most regular season and tournament championships of any Big South team. The program has won 11 regular season and 12 tournament championships.[2]

Stadium[edit]

Coastal Carolina University Soccer Field is home to CCU's men's and women's soccer programs. In 2003 the facility was the home of the first-ever NCAA Championship event hosted by Coastal Carolina University, as CCU's men's soccer team defeated Davidson, 3-0, in the opening round of the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament.

Roster[edit]

As of 2014[3]

No. Name Class Ht & Wt Position Hometown/Last school
1 Devin Cook-Perales JR 6-2 195 Goalkeeper United States Simi Valley, Calif./Southern Methodist
2 Uchenna Uzo SR 6-0 200 Defender United States Houston, Texas/Houston Baptist
3 Frederik Frankman SO 6-1 165 Defender Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark/Falkonergardens Gymnasium
4 Tommy Gudmundsson FR 6-5 200 Defender Iceland New Britain, Connecticut/Reykjavik University
5 Ollivier Gueguen SR 6-2 180 Defender France Brest, France/Lander
6 Pierre Morin SR 5-11 160 Defender France La Roche-sur-Yon, France/Universite Pierre Mendes France Grenoble
7 Ricky Garbanzo SR 5-7 140 Forward United States Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern HS
8 Kevin Le Bras SR 5-7 125 Forward/Midfielder France Benet, France/Universite de Bretagne-Sud
9 Joel Perez SR 5-7 160 Midfielder United States Berea, S.C./Spartanburg Methodist
10 Sergio Camargo SO 5-7 160 Forward Colombia Cúcuta, Colombia/Bill Crothers Secondary School (Ontario)
11 Bryce Follensbee JR 6-3 180 Forward United States Orlando, Fla./Tulsa
12 Gisli Helgason JR 6-0 180 Defender Iceland Akureyri, Iceland/Reykjavik University
13 Shawn McLaws SR 5-10 170 Defender/Midfielder United States Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek HS
14 Colin Marz JR 6-1 180 Defender United States Crete, Ill./Illinois-Chicago
15 Elis Bjornsson FR 6-4 180 Defender Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland/Reykjavik University
16 Ridge Robinson SR 5-11 175 Defender United States Littleton, Colo./Drexel
17 Agust Arnarson JR 5-7 175 Forward Iceland Kopavogur, Iceland/Auburn Montgomery
18 Martin Melchor FR 5-7 150 Midfielder United States Jacksonville, Texas/Jacksonville HS
19 Louis Dargent FR 6-4 205 Midfielder France Clairmarais, France/Université de Reims
20 Michael Millay GS 5-11 185 Defender United States Orlando, Fla./Cincinnati
21 Arnar Geirsson FR 6-0 185 Forward Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland/University of Iceland
22 Ikay Ofili GS 5-11 185 Midfielder England London, England/University of Kent
23 Jordan Tyler SR 6-2 195 Forward United States Rochester, Mich./Penn State
24 Daniel Rutter FR 5-5 145 Midfielder United States Friendswood, Texas/Clear Springs HS
25 Matt Bautista FR 6-3 180 Midfielder United States Rockville, Md./DeMatha Catholic HS
26 Einar Einarsson SO 5-10 180 Defender Iceland Akranes, Iceland/West Iceland College
27 Nazz Russo FR 6-5 195 Goalkeeper Canada Coquitlam, British Columbia/Dr. Charles Best Secondary School
28 Mark Petrus SR 6-1 180 Goalkeeper United States Roanoke, Va./George Mason

Team Management[edit]

Coaching Staff
Position Staff
Head Coach United States Shaun Docking
Assoc. Coach United States Kyle Russell
GKs Coach United States Bret Mollon
Asst. Coach Iceland Kjartan Sigurdsson

Last updated: December 6, 2014
Source: CCU Chanticleers Athletics Website

Head coaching history[edit]

Dates Name Notes
1978–1981 England Dr. John Farrelly
1984–1997 United States Paul Banta First NCAA Tournament berth
1997 England Dermot McGrane
1998–present United States Shaun Docking

List of seasons[edit]

Records and statistics[edit]

NCAA Tournament results[edit]

Year Opponent Result
1992 South Carolina W, 2-0 (2 OT)
Davidson T, 0-0 (lost 5-6 in PK's)
1995 South Carolina L, 3-1
2001 Seton Hall L, 2-1
2002 South Carolina W, 2-1 (2 OT)
Clemson T, 1-1 (lost, 4-5 in PK's)
2003 Davidson W, 3-0
North Carolina W, 3-0
Santa Clara L, 3-2 (OT)
2004 Duke L, 3-0
2005 Clemson L, 2-0
2010 Duke L, 2-1
2011 Elon W, 4-3
North Carolina L, 3-2
2012 Elon W, 3-0
Wake Forest W, 2-1 (OT)
Maryland L, 5-1
2013 East Tennessee State W, 2-0
Charlotte W, 1-0
California L, 1-0
2014 Florida Gulf Coast W, 1-0
Clemson L, 2-1
2015 North Florida W, 1-0
North Carolina L, 2-1
2016 Radford W, 2-1
Wake Forest L, 2-0

Honors[edit]

Big South Conference Coach of the Year

  • Paul Banta-1986, 1987, 1989
  • Shaun Docking-2002, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2012

Big South Conference Player of the Year

  • 1990 Guy Norcott
  • 1992 Eric Schmitt
  • 1999 Mario Benjamin
  • 2002 Joseph Ngwenya
  • 2003 Joseph Ngwenya
  • 2007 Mkhokheli Dube
  • 2009 Djamel Bekka

Big South Conference Attacking Player of the Year

  • 2011 Ashton Bennett
  • 2012 Ashton Bennett
  • 2013 Pedro Ribeiro

Big South Conference Defensive Player of the Year

  • 2011 Cyprian Hedrick
  • 2012 Kjartan Sigurdsson
  • 2013 Shawn McLaws

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coastal Carolina University Graphic Standards" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-03-31. 
  2. ^ a b "2014 Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). BigSouthSports.com. Retrieved December 6, 2014. 
  3. ^ "2011 Men's Soccer Roster". Coastal Carolina University. Retrieved December 6, 2011. 

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