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Dec. 17, 1999

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — When the 1999 University of Virginia men’s soccer team began itsregular season, the Cavaliers knew they were in for a challenge. Loftyexpectations from previous teams starred the ’99 squad in the face, such as18 consecutive NCAA appearances, 18 consecutive winning seasons and 17consecutive winning season in the ACC just to name a few. All of thesescenarios surrounded the team before the season even began. There was noquestion that the ’99 squad was talented. The question that surrounded UVawas, just how good the team would actually be, and how far could the ‘Hoosclimb?

On paper, Virginia fielded a youthful team with only one senior onthe roster, Drew O’Donnell. With the loss of several key players tograduation and to the MLS, UVa had to turn to several returningletterwinners and a solid recruiting class to carry them to the top of thesoccer world again this season. With one of the nations toughest schedulesadded to the mix, the Cavaliers knew they had their work cut out for them.It would be a roller coaster ride for UVa in 1999, and this season will godown as one of the most exciting runs in Virginia men’s soccer history tonote. The road to the College Cup may have been bumpy at times, but the1999 Cavaliers made it look smooth when the team came together and endedthe season with a bang.

Virginia began the year ranked #6 by Soccer America and theNational Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in the nationalpreseason polls and Ryan Trout was tabbed a Preseason Second TeamAll-American by Soccer America. These type of accolades were nothing newto the Cavaliers as they began preparation for the ’99 campaign.Virginia’s first step towards the new season began by competing in theMaryland/Fila Preseason Kickoff Classic at Ludwig Field in College Park,Maryland on August 27-28. UVa would look to access its young squad withtwo exhibition games, one against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and anotheragainst the Connecticut Huskies. Virginia tied the Scarlet Knights andHuskies by the score of 1-0 in each contest and finishing the preseasonwith a 0-0-2 record. UVa proved that they would once again be acompetitive team this season by tying two strong opponents, but there werestill several question marks surrounding the team heading into the regularseason.

The Cavaliers kicked off the ’99 season by hosting the 1999 CocaCola Classic in Charlottesville, Virginia on September 3rd and 5th. UVa’sfirst opponent of the season and in the tournament was the Seton HallPirates. The two teams battled to a 3-3 tie before heading to overtime inthe season-opener for both squads. In the overtime period, Steve Tottenbecame UVa’s hero after he converted a penalty kick to give Virginia a 4-3victory. In the second game of the tournament for UVa, the Cavaliers facedthe Gonzaga Bulldogs. After UVa pulled out to an early 1-0 lead, Gonzagascored three unanswered goals and hung on for a 3-2 victory, handingVirginia its first loss of the season. The trio of Sheldon Barnes, MikeFeller and Ryan Trout were named to the All-Tournament team for UVa.

Coming off their first loss of the season, the 1-1-0 Cavalierslooked to rebound in their next contest. Virginia did just that, and didso with authority in an 8-1 blowout of Appalachian State on September 8th.Trout was a one man recking crew, as he recorded a first half hat trick enroute to scoring four goals in the game. Trout became only the eighthplayer in UVa men’s soccer history to score four goals in one game and hishat tricked marked the 44th time the feat was accomplished at Virginia.The win improved the Cavs record to 2-1-0.

UVa’s next contest on September 12th was with the MarylandTerrapins. Maryland was Virginia’s first Atlantic Coast Conferenceopponent of the season, and the contest was also the Cavaliers first roadgame of the year. After both teams played through a scoreless first halfof play, The Terrapins scored the games only goal and held on for a 1-0victory. The loss evened Virginia’s record to 2-2-0 overall, 0-1-0 in theACC.

The Cavaliers returned to Charlottesville after the Maryland lossand began a five-game homestand where they finished 4-0-1 during thestretch. Virginia defeated Mount St. Mary’s 3-0 before tying Wake Forestby a score of 1-1 in its second conference match of the season. CurtisBush nettled the game tying goal to erase a 1-0 Wake Forest lead and keptthe ‘Hoos from falling to 0-2-0 in the ACC. The tie to the Demon Deacons,coupled with the win over Mount St. Mary’s moved UVa’s record to 3-2-1overall, 0-1-1 in the conference.

On September 22nd, the Cavaliers defeated Virginia Tech by thescore of 2-1. The win marked the 27th consecutive time Virginia haddefeated Virginia Tech. UVa gathered its first ACC victory of the year onSeptember 25th when Virginia defeated North Carolina, 2-1. The win overthe Tar Heels would eventually be the only ACC victory the Cavs would claimin the conference race. Virginia ended its homestand with a 2-0 win overAmerican on September 29th to improve to 6-2-1 overall, 1-1-1 in the ACC.The three-game win streak was also UVa’s season high.

Virginia would hit a wall during its next eight games, as the ‘Hooswould drop five of their next eight contest. The Cavaliers droppedback-to-back games for the first time all season with a 2-1 loss to N.C.State (Oct. 3rd) and a 1-0 loss to William & Mary (Oct. 6th). In the NCSUloss, UVa fell to N.C. State at the game-ending horn when the Wolfpack’sNick Olivencia scored the game-winning goal as time expired.

However, the Cavaliers rebounded in their next outing as the ‘Hoosrecorded their first road win of the year with a 2-0 shutout victory overVirginia Commonwealth on October 9th. The Cavs returned home toCharlottesville on a high note a looked to post their second ACC win overseason over the Clemson Tigers on October 16th. However, Clemson ralliedto top UVa 2-1 and Virginia’s record fell to 7-5-1 overall, 1-3-1 in theconference.

In their next match on October 20th, the Cavaliers gathered a muchneeded victory with a 3-0 shutout over Marshall before falling heading offto Durham, N.C. to face the Duke Blue Devils. Virginia was upended by Dukeand lost their last ACC game of the regular season by the score of 3-0.The defeat put UVa at 8-6-1 overall, 1-4-1 in the ACC. The 1-4-1 mark inthe conference was Virginia’s lowest finish in the ACC since the Cavalierswent 0-5-0 in 1975.

UVa began to feel a sense of urgency and the Cavaliers felt thepressure to win several games with the NCAA Tournament on the horizon.With a tough trip to Westwood, California and the ACC Tournament lurkingahead, Virginia knew the wins would not be easy to come by. However, theCavaliers began to play some of their best soccer at an ideal time of theyear.

UVa began competition on October 29th in the Pacific Soccer ClassicTournament hosted by UCLA. In their first game of the tournament, theCavaliers rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Cal State Fullerton by thescore of 2-1. The win improved Virginia’s record to 9-6-1 overall. UVathen advanced to play UCLA in the championship game of the tournament. TheCavaliers and Bruins last met on December 14, 1997 in Richmond, Va. in theNCAA Championship contest. UCLA won that game by the score of 2-0. TheBruins would defeat the Cavaliers by the identical score in the PacificSoccer Classic on October 31st, giving the Cavs a 9-7-1 mark on the year.Virginia’s Barnes, O’Donnell and Chad Prince were named to theAll-Tournament team after UVa posted a second place finish.

After its trip to California, Virginia returned home toCharlottesville to face the Ohio State Buckeyes on November 5th. UVa cameaway with a hard fought 1-0 win before heading off to compete in the ACCTournament with a 10-7-1 record. Prior to the conference tournament,Virginia’s Kyle Martino was named the ACC Rookie of the Year, and teammatesTrout and Totten gathered Second Team All-ACC honors.

In the ACC quarterfinals, the #7 seeded Cavaliers topped #2Maryland 2-0 and advanced to the ACC semifinals to beat #3 seeded WakeForest 2-1. With the two wins, the Cavaliers avenged 1-0 loss to theTerrapins earlier in the season and handed the Demon Deacons their firstloss at home in 1999. Virginia then advanced to the ACC Championship gameto meet the #1 seeded Duke Blue Devils. UVa was looking to become thefirst #7 seed to win the conference tournament. Virginia gave Duke all itcould handle in the championship game before dropping the contest by ascore of 2-1 in triple overtime. Virginia’s Barnes, Martino and Trout werechosen to the ACC All-Tournament team.

By winning three of their last four games to improve to 12-8-1 andperforming like one of the top teams in the nation, UVa earned an at-largebid from the NCAA on the evening of November 15 to compete in the 1999 NCAADivision I Men’s Soccer Championship. In fact, the Cavaliers were soimpressive, the were awarded the sixth seed in the tournament which securedUVa homefield advantage at least through the first two rounds of thetournament.

In the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, Virginia posted a 2-1triple-overtime win over Princeton in the first round on O’Donnell’sgame-winning goal on November 21st. UVa then recorded a 3-1 victory overBrown in the second round on November 28th to advance to the NCAAquarterfinals. After recording a 2-0 record after two rounds of tournamentplay, Virginia was the only ACC school remaining of the five conferenceteams that competed in the tournament through two rounds. In thequarterfinal round of the tournament, UVa hosted the UCLA Bruins and soughtrevenge for a 2-0 loss just a few weeks prior to this contest. However,Virginia fell to UCLA by the score of 2-0 to end their successful season at14-9-1 overall.

Although the Cavaliers would loved to have ended their 1999 seasonwith a National Championship, UVa knows it has nothing to hang its headabout after the competitive ’99 season. Virginia came into its own downthe stretch and finished the year as one of the top teams in the country,despite a a shaky ride throughout portions of the season.

With only one senior departing from this years squad, the futurelooks very, very bright for the 2000 Cavaliers. The diversity that wasovercome and the experience gained by the young players this season shouldprovide huge dividends next year for UVa. Couple next seasons returningcore of battled tested players with another solid recruiting class, andVirginia should once again be atop the soccer world as UVa heads into thenew millennium. The 1999 Cavaliers were truly something special. Aftershowing so much promise at the end of the year, the best may yet to comefor Virginia.

Player Highlights by Position:


Sheldon Barnes – Returning starter at forward … a very strong and quickplayer … named to the ACC All-Conference team … started 19 of the 24games he appeared in during the regular season … played 1112 minutes ofaction during the regular season and logged 1672 minutes of play into theNCAA Tournament … tied for first on the team with Ryan Trout with ninegoals scored and finished second on the squad with 22 points scored (ninegoals, four assists) … scored UVa’s third goal in the Cavaliers 3-1victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the second round of the NCAA Tournamentwhen he gathered a loose ball shot from teammate Ryan Gibbs and tallied aVirginia goal .. posted a goal and an assist in Virginia’s 2-0 victoryover Maryland in the ACC quarterfinals (11/11/99) … scored thegame-winning goals against Mount St. Mary’s (9/15/99) and Ohio State(11/5/99) … posted the game-winning assists in Virginia’s 2-1 victoryover North Carolina (9/25/99) and UVa’s 2-0 win over American (9/29/99) …named to the All-Tournament team in both the Coca-Cola Classic and PacificSoccer Classic tournaments this season … scored Virginia’s first goal ofthe season in a 4-3 overtime victory over Seton Hall (9/3/99) in the CocaCola Classic Tournament … scored a goal in four of UVa’s first fiveregular season contests … posted a goal in three consecutive game againstSeton Hall (9/3/99), Gonzaga (9/5/99) and Appalachian State (9/8/99) …recorded the game-tying goal that eventually led to Virginia’s 2-1 comebackvictory over Cal State Fullerton (10/29/99) at the Pacific Soccer Classic… scored a goal in three of the Cavaliers last five regular season gamesagainst Marshall (10/20/99), Cal State Fullerton (10/29/99) and Ohio State(11/5/99) … recorded 39 career points coming from 15 career goals andnine career assists … tallied five game-winning assists and has talliedfour game-winning goals in his career … has the ability to dazzle withhis footwork … has stepped up his scoring this fall following the loss ofChris Albright to the MLS … always a threat to opponents when on thefield.

Ryan Gibbs – Played himself into a starting role as a forward during 19 ofthe 22 games he appeared in during the season … collected 1154 minutes ofaction during the regular season and logged 1443 minutes of playing timethrough the NCAA Tournament … an ACC Rookie-of-the-Year candidate …went into the ACC Tournament tied as Virginia’s top goal scorer with sevenmarkers … finished the year as UVa’s second leading goal scorer witheight goals … finished the season tied for fourth on the team with 20points resulting from eight goals and four assists … named to SoccerAmerica’s Team of the Week (9/27/99) … recorded his first postseasonpoints when he recorded an assist after he sent a crossing pass thatconnected with Kyle Martino, who then headed the ball into the goal for theCavaliers first postseason score in Virginia’s 2-1 triple-overtime victoryover Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/21/99) … hada huge impact for Virginia’s in its 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) inthe second round of the NCAA Tournament … scored UVa’s first goal on abreakaway score when teammate Kenny Arena sent a midfield pass upfield …Gibbs gathered the pass, beat his defender and score the Cavaliers firstgoal … later in the game he assisted on the Cavs third goal scored bySheldon Barnes when his own shot attempt was deflected and led to Barnes’score … scored his first collegiate goal in UVa’s 8-1 victory overAppalachian State (9/8/99) … tallied UVa’s game-winning goal inVirginia’s 2-1 victory over Virginia Tech (9/22/99) and in UVa’s 2-0decision over American (9/29/99) … both of his assists this seasonagainst Mount St. Mary’s (9/15/99) and North Carolina (9/25/99) weregame-winning assists … scored seven goals over an eight game span, whichincluding four consecutive games against Virginia Tech, North Carolina,American and N.C. State … posted his first two-goal scored contest inVirginia’s 3-0 win over Mount St. Mary’s … one of the top incomingforwards in the nation … versatile player who has experience at nearlyevery position on the field … very athletic and fast … compared toformer Virginia speedster Brian West … played with the U.S. under-18national team.

Rob Wright – Appeared in 13 games this season … gathered 182 minutes ofplaying time during the regular season and logged 218 minutes of playingtime this season … recorded his first collegiate assist when he connectedwith teammate Steve Totten for UVa’s eighth goal of the contest inVirginia’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State (9/8/99) … has seven careerpoints coming from three goals and one assists … adds depth to an alreadytalented forward core … competing for a starting position up front.


Kenny Arena – Tall deep-central midfielder who made immediate contributionsas a first-year player … gathered 468 minutes of action during theregular season and has logged 1023 minutes of playing time into the NCAATournament … played his way into a starting role in the later part of theregular season … has started nine of the 20 games appeared in … scoredthree points resulting from three assists … two of his three assists havebeen game-winning assists for UVa … recorded the first collegiate pointof his career when he dished-out the game-winning assist to teammate RyanGibbs against Virginia Tech (9/22/99) in UVa’s 2-1 come-from-behind victory… assisted on Gibbs’ goal in Virginia’s 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99)in the second round of the NCAA Tournament when he sent a long pass aheadto Gibbs from near midfield … Gibbs gathered Arena’s pass and score thefirst goal of the contest just 1:38 into the game … tallied thegame-winning assist on Ryan Trout’s goal against Wake Forest in theCavaliers 2-1 victory over the Demon Deacons in the ACC semifinals(11/12/99).

Curtis Bush – Started nine of the 24 games he has appeared in this season… played 876 minutes during the regular season and tallied 1244 minutesof playing time into the NCAA Tournament … split time as both a starterand as a top reserve this season … recorded four points on two goals …scored Virginia’s game-tying goal against Wake Forest (9/19/99) in a 1-1tie and scored UVa’s game-winning goal against Cal State Fullerton(10/29/99) to upset the Titans 2-1 in the Pacific Soccer Classic …started in Virginia’s 3-1 victory over Brown in the second round of theNCAA Tournament (11/28/99) … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll … hasrecorded eight career points on four career goals … a very solid,all-around player who has show both improvement and constancy on the field.

Sean Feeney – Appeared in three game during the regular season againstAppalachian State, Duke and Marshall … played 47 minutes on the season… competing for playing time at the midfielder and defender positions …provides solid depth at both positions … his versatility to play both themidfielder and defender positions gives Virginia the luxury to play him ateither position or to counter matchups with opponents.

Kyle Martino – Made a significant impact on the team as a first-yearstarter … named the 1999 ACC Rookie-of-the Year … tabbed as aFirst-Team All-ACC selection … chosen to the ACC All-Tournament team …named to the 1999 VaSID (Virginia Sports Information Directors) All-Stateteam … played his way into a starting role from the beginning of theseason … gathered 1436 minutes of action during the regular season andhas logged 1971 minutes through the NCAA Tournament … has started all 23of the 23 games he has played in this season … second on the team withseven assists, including two game-winning assists in victories over CalState Fullerton (10/29/99) and Ohio State (11/5/99) … third on the squadwith 21 points resulting from seven assists and seven goals … three ofhis seven goals were game-winning markers scored in the Cavaliers 2-1victory over North Carolina (9/25/99), a 3-0 decision over Marshall(10/20/99) and a 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the second round ofthe NCAA Tournament … scored the first postseason points of his careerwhen he scored a goal after heading a crossing pass from Ryan Gibbs inVirginia’s 2-1 triple-overtime victory over Princeton in the first round ofthe NCAA Tournament … recorded UVa’s only goal in a 2-1 triple-overtimeloss to Duke in the ACC Championship game (11/14/99) … posted his firstcollegiate goal in 2-1 win over Virginia Tech (9/22/99) … tallied hisfirst collegiate assist in UVa’s 1-1 tie with Wake Forest … possessesexcellent ball control skills … one of UVa’s top playmakers … talliedfour assists in UVa’s last five regular season games … tallied a goal inthree consecutive games against Duke (11/14/99) in the ACC Championshipgame, Princeton (11/21/99) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament andBrown (11/28/99) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament … scored agoal or had an assist in eight games during the regular season … came toVirginia as one of the nation’s premier recruits … a true centralmidfielder with great technical, skills and movement.

Mike McQuatters – Participated in seven contests this season againstAppalachian State, Duke, Gonzaga, Marshall, N.C. State, Seton Hall andtallied 16 minutes of playing time in UVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown(11/28/99) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament … gathered 84minutes of playing time in the regular season and has gathered 100 minutesof action into the NCAA Tournament … recorded the first collegiate assistof his career in Virginia’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State (9/8/99)when he connected with teammate Ryan Gibbs for a goal … provides veteranleadership and will look for increased playing time in the midfield … hasplayed with the under-18 national team.

Drew O’Donnell – Virginia’s lone senior on the team … started all 24games for UVa’s this season … collected 1467 minutes of playing timeduring the regular season and tallied 2083 minutes of playing time throughthe NCAA Tournament … named to the Pacific Soccer Classic All-Tournamentteam … sixth on the team in scoring with seven points (three assists, twogoals) … scored Virginia’s game-winning goal at 127:15 over Princeton(11/21/99) in UVa’s 2-1 triple-overtime contest in the first round of theNCAA Tournament … assisted on Sheldon Barnes‘ goal in UVa’s 2-0 victoryover Maryland (11/11/99) in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals … scoredVirginia’s game-winning goal in a 2-0 victory over Virginia Commonwealth(10/9/99) … recorded assists in UVa’s season-opening win over Seton Hallin the Coca-Cola Classic and in the Cavaliers 8-1 victory over AppalachianState (9/8/99) … has recorded 21 career points into the NCAA Tournamenton 11 career assists and five career goals … three of his five careergoals have been game-winners … a very versatile performer who started atboth right back and flank midfielder in 1998 …will be expected to provideleadership at his position and to the team as a whole … played 4671minutes over the course of his career … has very good possession skills.

Kito Pruitt – Off-season surgery has kept him out of action … did not seeany playing time this season … competing for increased playing time inthe midfield.

Eric Solomon – Started five of the 20 games he has appeared in this season… gathered 521 minutes of playing time during the regular season andlogged 676 minutes of playing time through the NCAA Tournament … startedin Virginia’s 2-1 triple overtime victory over Princeton (11/21/99) in thefirst round of the NCAA Tournament and in UVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown(11/28/99) in the second round of the tournament … made his firstcollegiate start in Virginia’s 4-3 overtime season opening victory overSeton Hall (9/3/99) in the Coca-Cola Classic Tournament … recorded hisfirst collegiate point on an assists in UVa’s 8-1 victory over AppalachianState (9/8/99) when he sent a corner kick to teammate Ryan Trout thatresulted in a goal … talented passer and dribbler … has made solidcontributions right away as a first-year player … executes well at cornerkicks … has five years experience with U.S. national teams.

Steve Totten – Returning starter at center-midfield … named Second TeamAll-ACC … named to the 1999 VaSID (Virginia Sports Information Directors)All-State team … started all 24 games for Virginia this season …gathered 1610 minutes of playing time during the regular season and played2226 minutes through the NCAA Tournament … fifth on the team in scoringwith 17 points on six goals and five assists … assisted on DrewO’Donnell’s game-winning goal in a 2-1 triple overtime victory overPrinceton (11/21/99) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … talliedan assist on Sheldon Barnes‘ goal in Virginia’s 2-0 victory over Marylandin the ACC Tournament quarterfinal (11/11/99) … scored Virginia’sgame-winning goal in the Coca-Cola Classic Tournament against Seton Hall ina 4-3 overtime victory in the season opener … posted a game-winningassists and scored a goal in UVa’s 2-0 win over Virginia Commonwealth(10/9/99) when he found teammate Drew O’Donnell on a cross … gathered twogoals and an assist in Virginia’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State(9/8/99) … selected to Soccer America’s Team of the Week (10/11/99) …charted his sixth goal of the season in a 3-0 victory over Marshall(10/20/99) … scored UVa’s second goal in a 3-2 loss to Gonzaga in theCoca-Cola Classic Tournament (9/5/99) … started in Virginia’s 2-1 tripleovertime victory over Princeton (11/21/99) in the first round of the NCAATournament and in UVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the secondround of the tournament … named to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll… has scored 36 career points on 12 goals and 12 assists … started all47 games of his career … has four career game-winning assists and onecareer game-winning goal … had an excellent year as a freshman … not aflashy player but picks his spots on offense, scoring six times in 1998…serves as a connector between offense and defense … very good with ballpossession … expected to improve his skills and provide big things forthe 1999 Cavaliers … has international experience, playing with the U.S.under-17 national team.

Ryan Trout – Named Second-Team Preseason All-American by Soccer America …chosen Second Team All-ACC … selected to the ACC All-Tournament team …started 20 of the 21 games he has appeared in this season … gathered 1338minutes of playing time during the regular season and 1819 minutes throughthe NCAA Tournament … Virginia’s leading scorer with 28 points resulting>from 10 assists and nine goals … his 10 assists and nine goals were teamhighs … had an outstanding ACC Tournament as he scored three goalsthrough three games … recorded Virginia’s game-winning goal in a 2-0victory over Maryland in the ACC quarterfinals (11/11/99) … scored twogoals (including the game-winner) in a 2-1 win over Wake Forest in the ACCsemifinal game (11/12/99) … scored four goals (including three in thefirst half of play) in UVa’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State (9/8/99)… his first goal of the ASU game was the game-winner … only the eightplayer ever in Virginia men’s soccer history to score four goals in asingle game … became the 44th player in UVa men’s soccer history torecord a hat trick … scored goals in Virginia’s 4-3 season openingvictory over Seton Hall (9/3/99) in the Coca-Cola Classic Tournament …also added two assists in the Seton Hall match … scored a goal and dishedout the game-winning assists to teammate Ryan Gibbs in UVa’s 2-0 victoryover American (9/29/99) … has 68 career points from 32 career assistsand 18 career goals … has seven career game-winning assists and sevencareer game-winning goals … selected to the Coca-Cola ClassicAll-Tournament team … … a dynamic starter at midfield for the past twoseasons … Virginia’s most experienced returning player, logging over 4000minutes over his career … expected to take on a leadership role in 1999 andincrease his presence on the field by improving the defensive aspect of hisgame … top returning scorer from last season with 23 points …technically sound player with great athletic ability … has played withthe U.S. under-17 and under-20 national teams.


Matt Beran – Did not see any action this season due to a preseason injuryher suffered right before the beginning of the regular season.

Carter Burgess – Tenacious man-marker … played 100 minutes of actionthis season … appeared in seven games this year as a defender …participated in games against Appalachian State, Duke, Marshall, Maryland,Mount St. Mary’s, N.C. State and tallied nine minutes of action in UVa’s3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the second round of the NCAATournament … adds depth at the defender position … brings added talentas a newcomer to a solid core of defenders.

Jonathan Cole – Big, technically sound player … played his way into astarting role for most of the season … started in 18 of the 24 games hehas appeared in … gathered 1378 minutes of action during the regularseason and has tallied 1722 minutes of playing time into the NCAATournament … started in Virginia’s 2-1 triple overtime victory overPrinceton (11/21/99) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and in UVa’s3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the second round of the tournament …has provided UVa with a physical presence in the backfield … blends wellwith teammates Chad Prince and Marshall Leonard to form one of the topdefender cores in the ACC … made significant contributions right away asa first-year performer.

Mike Feller – Started all 24 games this season for Virginia … played 1565minutes during the regular season and tallied 2181 minutes of playing timethrough the NCAA Tournament … had an impressive ACC Tournament as hehelped guide UVa to a 2-0 shutout victory over Maryland in thequarterfinals (11/11/99) and a 2-1 win over Wake Forest in the semifinals(11/12/99) … recorded his first collegiate goal on a game-tying scoreagainst Seton Hall (9/3/99) in Virginia’s first game of the season in theCoca-Cola Classic Tournament … posted an assist on UVa’s game-tying goalagainst Virginia Tech on 9/22/99 when he connected with teammate KyleMartino on a score … started in Virginia’s 2-1 triple overtime victoryover Princeton (11/21/99) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and inUVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in the second round of thetournament … has recorded five career points on one goal and threeassists … named to the Coca-Cola Classic All-Tournament team … steppedright into a starting spot in the back following the departures ofAll-American Matt Chulis and Michael Green and has done a superb job …strong passer and tackler, smart on the ball, can play either as afullback or a defensive midfielder … previously played for the U.S.under-20 national team and the under-18 national team … named to the ACCHonor Roll in 1997-98 for his academic work and athletic participation.

Marshall Leonard – Returning starter in the back … very athletic and fast… started every game of his career, including all 24 games this seasonfor Virginia … played 1617 minutes during the regular season and logged2233 minutes of playing through the NCAA Tournament … recorded his firstcollegiate game-winning assist in UVa’s 3-0 victory over Mount St. Mary’s(9/15/99) … had an impressive ACC Tournament as he helped guide UVa to a2-0 shutout victory over Maryland in the quarterfinals (11/11/99) and a 2-1win over Wake Forest in the semifinals (11/12/99) … started in Virginia’s2-1 triple overtime victory over Princeton (11/21/99) in the first round ofthe NCAA Tournament and in UVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown (11/28/99) in thesecond round of the tournament … has posted four career points coming onfour assists as a Cavaliers … a tenacious man-marker … has a solid leftfoot … blends together with Chad Prince and Jonathan Cole to form one ofthe top defending cores in the ACC .. gained international experience withthe U.S. under-20 and under-17 national teams.

Chad Prince – One of UVa’s top defenders … started all 22 of the games heappeared in this season for Virginia … gathered 1602 minutes of playingtime during the regular season and collected 1950 minutes of playing timethrough the NCAA Tournament … had an impressive ACC Tournament as hehelped guide UVa to a 2-0 shutout victory over Maryland in thequarterfinals (11/11/99) and a 2-1 win over Wake Forest in the semifinals(11/12/99) … recorded his first career assists in Virginia’s 8-1 victoryover Appalachian State (9/8/99) … named to the Pacific Soccer ClassicAll-Tournament team after two solid performances on defense against CalState Fullerton and UCLA … a veteran returner on defense … a skillfulplayer with a great work ethic, forms one of the top defensive cores withteammates Mike Feller, Marshall Leonard and Jonathan Cole … has playedwith the U.S. under-16 and under-17 national teams.


David Comfort – Played his way into the starting goalkeeper positiontowards the end of the season … played 270 minutes in the regular seasonand tallied 874 minutes of playing time into the NCAA Tournament …started all nine game he appeared in this season … UVa was 6-3-0 with himas the starting goalkeeper … recorded 44 saves on 104 shots on goal …finished the season with a with a 1.03 GAA and a save percentage of .810… posted two shutouts in goal this season, including a 2-0 shutout winover Maryland in the ACC quarterfinals (11/11/99) … recorded his firstcollegiate shutout in a 1-0 victory over Ohio State (11/5/99) … startedin Virginia’s 2-1 triple overtime victory over Princeton (11/21/99) in thefirst round of the NCAA Tournament and in UVa’s 3-1 victory over Brown(11/28/99) in the second round of the tournament … posted 16 savesthrough three games in the NCAA Tournament … gathered seven saves againstBrown in the second round, six saves against UCLA in the quarterfinals andthree saves against Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament …recorded 11 saves in the ACC Tournament with seven saves against Duke inthe ACC Championships game (11/14/99), three saves against Wake Forest(11/12/99) in the ACC semifinals and one save against Maryland (11/11/99)in the ACC quarterfinals … adds solid depth at goalkeeper … hisheight, wing span and quick feet allow him to cover much of the goal area.

Nelson Cupello – Made his lone appearance of the season when he replacedteammate Kyle Singer in Virginia’s 3-0 shutout victory over Marshall(10/20/99) … has a 0.00 GAA and recorded one shared shutout this season… is vying for playing time behind David Comfort … has competedintensively for the goalkeeper position following the departures of 1998starter Brock Yetso and backup Mike Forensich.

Mark Martinson – Did not see any playing time this season … named to the1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll … competing for backup goalkeeperposition following the departures of 1998 starter Brock Yetso and backupMike Forensich.

Kyle Singer – Stepped right in for the departed Mike Forensich and BrockYetso and started 15 of the 16 games he appeared in this season as agoalkeeper … spent 1386 minutes between the posts during the regularseason and logged 1398 minutes of playing time through the NCAA Tournament… played all but two minutes in the games he appeared in during theregular season … a good, technical goalkeeper … UVa was 8-6-1 in the 15games he was the starting goalkeeper … recorded four shutouts includingthe first of his career in a 3-0 victory over Mount St. Mary’s (9/15/99)… his three other shutouts came in a 2-0 win over American (9/29/99), a2-0 victory over Virginia Commonwealth (10/9/99) and 3-0 shutout win overMarshall (10/20/99) … finished the season with a 1.22 GAA and a .63 savepercentage through 16 games … tallied 33 saves on 99 shots on goal …named to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll … entered the season as theleading candidate to start in goal following the departures of 1998 starterBrock Yetso and backup Mike Forensich … excelled in spring workouts …though a freshman in terms of eligibility, he brings a great deal ofmaturity and game experience to the fold … may take a few games to gelwith the defense … played two years with the U.S. under-17 national team… started in goal for the U.S. in its only victory at the under-17 WorldChampionship in 1997, a 4-0 win over Austria.

1999 Notes:

STATISTICAL LEADERS IN 1999: Forward/midfielder Ryan Trout led theCavaliers in scoring with 28 points this season. He finished tied first onthe team with nine goals scored with teammate Sheldon Barnes and finishedfirst on the squad with 10 assists. Trout scored four of his nine goals inUVa’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State. He now has 68 career pointsafter posting 18 career goals and 32 career assists. Seven of Trout’scareer assists and seven of his career goals have been game-winners forVirginia.

Barnes was second to Trout in scoring with 22 points resulting fromnine goals and four assists. The first year duo of Kyle Martino (21points) and Ryan Gibbs (20 points) finished third and fourth, respectively,on UVa in scoring. Gibbs finished second for the Cavaliers with eightgoals scored and Martino was second on the team with eight assists.

Eight different Cavaliers scored goals this season led by Trout(9), Barnes (9), Gibbs (8), Martino (7), Steve Totten (6), Curtis Bush (2),Drew O’Donnell (2) and Mike Feller (1).

Fourteen Cavaliers notched at least one assist this season led by Trout(10), Martino (7), Totten (5), Barnes (4), Gibbs (4), O’Donnell (3), KennyArena (3), David Comfort (1), Feller (1), Chad Prince (1), Eric Solomon(1), Marshall Leonard (1), Mike McQuatters (1) and Rob Wright (1).

First-year goalkeeper David Comfort started Virginia’s last ninegames of the season and gathered 44 saves on 104 shot attempts. Comfortended the year with a 1.03 GAA and a .81 save percentage with two shutouts.UVa was 6-3-0 with him as the starting goalkeeper.

Kyle Singer logged 15 starts in goal this season for UVa. He played1398 minutes recorded 33 saves on 99 shot attempts this year. Singer has a1.22 GAA and sports a save percentage of .63 with three shutouts. UVa was8-6-1 with him as the starting goalkeeper.

HOOS’ STREAKING!— The Cavaliers played some of their best soccer atan ideal time of the year – at the end of the season. After playing throughsomewhat of an up-and-down regular season, Virginia seemed to have found”new life” in its last seven contests.

UVa ended the year as one of the hottest teams in the country bywinning won five of their last seven games over some of the top teams inthe nation. Virginia has knocked off the likes of Ohio State in the regularseason finale, Maryland and Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament and Princetonand Brown in the NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers two losses came to then #1ranked Duke in triple-overtime in the ACC Championship and to UCLA in theNCAA Quarterfinals.

OUT OF THE GATE WITH QUICK GOALS: UVa did not wasted anytimescoring goals early on in its last few contests. Virginia won five of itslast seven games, and in four of those five wins, the Cavaliers scored agoal in the first 10 minutes of the contest. In fact, the Cavaliers scoredthe first goal of the game in the first two minutes of the game in two oftheir four victories.

Virginia scored the first goal of the game at: 4:11 in a 2-0 winover Maryland in the first round of the ACC Tournament, 1:43 in a 2-1victory over Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament semifinals, 8:56 in a 2-1win over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, and at 1:38in a 3-1 victory over Brown in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

CAVALIERS GET BACK ON TRACK: Virginia experienced some highs andlows as the young team grew this season. However, when the squad put it alltogether and developed as a unit, the Cavaliers became one of th top teamsin the country and proved it during the end of the 1999 season.

UVa opened the ’99 season with a 4-3 overtime victory over SetonHall. In the Cavaliers next game, UVa fell to Gonzaga 3-2 in their nextcontest. However, Virginia rebounded with authority in its next game with a8-1 win over Appalachian State before eventually falling to the MarylandTerrapins 1-0 in its next match. Virginia bounced right back with a 3-0 winover Mount St. Mary and went on to tie Wake Forest 1-1 in its next contestbefore handing Virginia Tech a 2-1 loss.

The Cavaliers posted their first win streak of the year by recording a2-1 victory over North Carolina in their next outing. The win also gaveVirginia its first ACC victory of the season. In its next contest, UVadefeated American 2-0 to record its third consecutive win before dropping a2-1 decision to N.C. State and a 1-0 game to William & Mary. However,Virginia came out in its next game and handed then #7 VCU a 2-0 loss torecord its first road win of the season to snap a two-game losing streak.However, Clemson tripped Virginia in the Cavaliers next game as the Tigersrallied to score two late goals to top UVa 2-1. The loss was the Cavaliersthird defeat in five conference games. But the ‘Hoos responded with a 3-0shutout victory over Marshall in their next outing. It was UVa’s fourthshutout victory of the season. However, in its next contest, Virginia hit ared-hot Duke team and the Cavaliers fell to the Blue Devils 3-0.

UVa traveled to Westwood, Calif. to face Cal State Fullerton and UCLA inthe Pacific Soccer Classic. Virginia defeated Cal State Fullerton 2-1before falling 2-0 to host UCLA. The Cavaliers then faced Ohio State intheir final regular season contest of the season and posted a 1-0 shutoutwin over the Buckeyes. UVa finished the ’99 regular season at 10-7-1overall, 1-4-1 in the ACC.

In the ACC Tournament, the #7 seeded Cavaliers posted wins over #2Maryland (2-0) in the quarterfinals and #3 Wake Forest (2-1) in thesemifinals before eventually falling to #1 Duke 2-1 in triple-overtime ofthe ACC Championship.

Virginia’s run at the conference title propelled the Cavaliers intothe ’99 NCAA Men’s Division I Soccer Championship where Virginia handedPrinceton a 2-1 triple-overtime loss and dealt Brown a season-ending 3-1loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers advanced tothe NCAA quarterfinal round before falling to the UCLA Bruins by a score of2-0. The loss ended Virginia’s season with a 14-9-1 record.

FIRST-YEAR CONNECTION: The first-year duo of Ryan Gibbs and KyleMartino paid big dividends for the Cavaliers this season. As the twoplayers became more and more comfortable with their roles on the team,their performances on the field were taken to a new level.

After moving into starting roles for UVa, Gibbs and Martino eachscored a goal in Virginia’s 2-1 comeback victory over Virginia Tech onSeptember 22. In their next contest with ACC rival North Carolina, bothplayers scored a goal and dished out an assist in the Cavaliers 2-1 winover the Tar Heels. Against N.C. State, the two players once again teamedtogether as Martino dished a pass to Gibbs which resulted in UVa’s lonegoal of the contest. Martino then followed those performances with goalsin back-to-back games with Clemson and Marshall and dished out thegame-winning assist when teammate Sheldon Barnes scored the game-winninggoal in UVa’s 1-0 win over Ohio State.

Martino recorded six points in three of Virginia’s last four gamesby scoring a goal in games against Duke, Princeton and Brown. Martino’sgoal against Brown in the NCAA second round was the game winning goal inthe Cavaliers 3-1 win over the Tigers. Gibbs scored a goal (vs. Princeton)and added an assist (vs. Brown) in two UVa’s three NCAA Tournament games.The two games Gibbs scored in resulted in Virginia victories..

Martino finished third on the team in scoring with 21 points (sevenassists, seven goals), including three game-winning goals and twogame-winning assists.

Gibbs finished second on the team with eight goals scored. He wasfourth on the team in scoring with 20 points (eight goals and four assists)with two assists and two goals as game-winners.

‘HOOS RANKED IN THE POLLS?: Virginia entered the NCAA Tournamentranked 14th in the NSCAA Top 25 poll and was unranked in the Soccer AmericaMen’s Collegiate Top 20 poll this week. Virginia had a streak of 177consecutive polls in the Soccer America poll snapped when it did not appearin the 10/4/99 poll and fell out of the NSCAA Top 25 on 10/25/99, breakinga streak of 182 consecutive appearances in the poll dating back toSeptember of 1983.

CAVS RECORD TWO ROAD WINS IN 1999 SEASON: With its 2-0 victory overVirginia Commonwealth on October 9, Virginia gathered its first road win ofthe ’99 season. However, road trips were not very kind to UVa. Virginia was2-4-0 (.333) on the road with losses to: Maryland 1-0 on 9/12/99, N.C.State 2-1 on 10/3/99, Duke 3-0 on 10/24/99 and UCLA 2-0 on 10/31/99.

However, UVa did defeat Wake Forest 2-1 in the ACC semifinals atSpry Soccer Stadium. It was the Demon Deacons first loss at home in the ’99season. Three of the Cavaliers four road losses were ACC contests.

VIRGINIA RECORDS 100th WIN AT KLOeCKNER STADIUM: With its 1-0victory over Ohio State (11/5/99), Virginia recorded its 100th victory inthe friendly confines of the facility. UVa has posted a record of 102-13-5at Kloeckner Stadium since the Cavaliers started competing at the facilityin 1992.

HOME OPENERS: The Cavaliers are 39-14-3 in home openers dating backto the start of the 1941 season. However, over the past 31 years, Virginiahas been nearly unbeatable at home. The Cavaliers have posted a record of27-2-2 during that span, including five consecutive victories. The lasttime Virginia was defeated in a home opener was on September 3, 1994 whenBoston University handed the Cavaliers a 3-2 defeat. Although UVa began theseason with a loss, Virginia didn’t miss a beat to close out the season asthe Cavaliers earned their fifth NationalChampionships.

TROUT HITS THE RECORD BOOKS: UVa forward/midfielder Ryan Troutaccomplished a feat that only eight other Cavaliers have ever done in thehistory of the men’s soccer program. During Virginia’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State on September8th, Trout became only the eighth player to ever score four goals in onegame for UVa. It was the first time the feat has been done in the lastdecade. The last time four goals were scoredby a Cavalier was when Richie Williams netted four scores againstCharleston on 9/10/89. By scoring four goals in one game (including threein the first half of play), Trout also recorded his first collegiate hattrick, making it the 44th time a Virginia player has reached the hat trickplateau.

RYAN TROUT GATHERS PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN HONORS: Third-yearforward/midfielder Ryan Trout was named to the 1999 Soccer Americapreseason All-American team. Trout, UVa’s leading returning scorer, was asecond-team selection by the publication. He scored six goals and recordeda team-high 11 assists last season, including two game-winning goals andfour game-winning assists en route to scoring 23 points for the season.Trout has picked up right where he left off last year and has been one ofVirginia’s top players in ’99.

HOME SWEET HOME: Virginia has enjoy much success playing in thefriendly confines of Kloeckner Stadium. One of the finest college soccerfacilities in the country, Kloeckner Stadium has been a tough place foropponents to record a win. In fact, UVa has posted an eye-opening record of102-13-5 at KloecknerStadium since its opening in 1992. The 120×75 yard field is lined with asuperb natural grass turf which features a drainage system to keep theplaying surface intact in inclement weather. The Cavaliers’ longest winstreak at Kloeckner Stadium is 20 games, dating from 10/29/94-8/31/96.Included in that span was a Virginia record crowd of 7,807 spectators whenJames Madison played UVa on 12/4/94.

SIX CAVALIERS NAMED TO 1998-99 ACC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL: TheVirginia men’s soccer team placed six players on the 1998-99 Atlantic CoastConference Academic Honor Roll. The list is comprised of all athletes inthe conference who achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or better for thefull academic year. Current players named to the ACC Honor Roll were CurtisBush, Mark Martinson, Kyle Singer and Steve Totten, along with formerCavaliers’ Sam Franklin and Billy Petersen. In all, 236 Virginiastudent-athletes were named to the ACC Honor Roll.

CAVALIER TRIO’S NAMED TO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM: UVa has competed inthree tournaments this season, and in each one, the Cavaliers have hadthree players named to the all-tournament team.

UVa’s Ryan Trout, Sheldon Barnes and Kyle Martino were named to theACC All-Tournament team after the trio guided Virginia to a 2-1 record(runner-up) in the ACC Championship contest. Trout scored three goals andadded one assist, while Barnes tallied two assists and scored one goal andMartino scored a goal in the tournament.

Barnes, Drew O’Donnell and Chad Prince were named to the UCLAPacific Soccer Classic All-Tournament team after UVa’s second place finish(1-1) in the competition. The Cavaliers recorded a 2-1 win over Cal StateFullerton and drop a 2-0 decision to UCLA.

Earlier this season, Barnes, Mike Feller and Trout were named tothe All-Tournament team following the completion of the Coca-Cola ClassicTournament. The trio played a huge role in Virginia’s games with both SetonHall (4-3 overtime win) and Gonzaga (3-2 loss). Barnes scored two goals,Feller posted a goal and Trout recorded five points (three assist and onegoal).

COCA-COLA CLASSIC TOURNAMENT HISTORY: The beginning of the 1999season marked the 15th consecutive year the Cavaliers have hosted theCoca-Cola Classic. Virginia now stands 23-3-4 all-time in the tournament.Here is a year-by-year look at UVa’s results:

Year Opponent W/L Score Record
1985 West Virginia W 3-0 (1-0-0)
George Washington W 4-1 (2-0-0)
1986 Richmond W 3-0 (3-0-0)
Cornell W 2-0 (4-0-0)
1987 Wake Forest W 3-0 (5-0-0)
Adelphi W 1-0 (6-0-0)
1988 Illinois State W 2-0 (7-0-0)
William & Mary W 1-0 (8-0-0)
1989 UNC-Charlotte W 2-0 (9-0-0)
Charleston W 6-0 (10-0-0)
1990 Army W 4-0 (11-0-0)
South Carolina T 1-1 (11-0-1)
1991 Creighton T 3-3 (11-0-2)
Rutgers W 2-1 (12-0-2)
1992 Penn State W 4-0 (13-0-2)
Seton Hall W 4-1 (14-0-2)
1993 Florida International W 3-1 (15-0-2)
Connecticut W 5-1 (16-0-2)
1994 Boston University L 2-3 (16-1-2)
St. John’s W 2-0 (17-1-2)
1995 UNLV W 3-0 (18-1-2)
Boston College W 3-2 (19-1-2)
1996 Cal-State Fullerton T 2-2 (19-1-3)
Saint Louis W 2-1 (20-1-3)
1997 Akron W 5-1 (21-1-3)
Florida International T 1-1 (21-1-4)
1998 American L 1-2 (21-2-4)
Adelphi W 3-0 (22-2-4)
1999 Seton Hall W 4-3 (23-2-4)
Gonzaga L 2-3 (23-3-4)


Coca-Cola Classic All-Tournament Team

Sheldon Barnes — Virginia
Mike Feller — Virginia
Ryan Trout — Virginia

Coca-Cola Classic Tournament Standings

1. Seton Hall University 1-1
2. Gonzaga University 1-1
3. University of Virginia 1-1
4. American University 1-1

Friday, September 3rd

Game 1	American def. Gonzaga    2-1Game 2	Virginia def Seton Hall  4-3 (OT)

Sunday, September 5th

Game 3	Seton Hall def. American  3-1Game 4	Gonzaga def. Virginia     3-2

Pacific Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team

Sheldon Barnes — Virginia
Drew O’Donnell — Virginia
Chad Prince — Virginia

Pacific Soccer Classic Tournament Standings

1. UCLA 2-0
2. Virginia 1-1
3. Cal State Fullerton 1-1
4. Air Force 1-1

Friday, October 29

Game 1	Virginia def. Cal State Fullerton  2-1Game 2	UCLA def. Air Force                1-0

Sunday, October 31

Game 3	Cal State Fullerton def. Air Force	3-1Game 4	UCLA def. Virginia                      2-0

ACC All-Conference Team

Kyle Martino — First Team
Ryan Trout — Second Team
Steve Totten — Second Team

Kyle Martino — ACC Rookie of the Year

ACC All-Tournament Team

Sheldon Barnes — Virginia
Kyle Martino — Virginia
Ryan Trout — Virginia

Friday, November 11

Game 1	#7 Virginia def. #2 Maryland            2-0Game 2	#5 North Carolina def. # 4 Clemson      1-0 (OT)Game 3	#3 Wake Forest def. #6 N.C. State       2-1

Saturday, November 12

Game 4	#1 Duke def. #5 North Carolina          4-0Game 5	#7 Virginia def. #3 Wake Forest         2-1

Sunday, November 14

Game 6	#1 Duke def. #7 Virginia                2-1 (OT)

1999 Virginia Box Scores

UCLA 2, Virginia 0

December 4,  1999   *  Charlottesville, Va. - Game 24

Scoring 1 2 FinalUCLA 1 1 2Virginia 0 0 0

Goals: UCLA 2 – Victorine @ 4:51, Lee @ 78:15, UVa 0.Shots: UCLA 15, UVa 6.Saves: UVa 9 – (Comfort 6, Singer 3), UCLA 4 – (Rimando 4).Corner Kicks: UCLA 5, UVa 4.Fouls: UCLA 22, UVa 21.Offsides: UCLA 3, UVa 0.Cautions: UCLA 2 – Lee and Paneno, UVa 1 – Prince.Attendance: 3,510.

Virginia 3, Brown 1

November 28,  1999   *  Charlottesville, Va. - Game 23

Scoring 1 2 FinalBrown 0 1 1Virginia 3 0 3

Goals: UVa 3 – Gibbs @ 1:38 (Arena), Martino @ 21:19, Barnes @ 39:36 (Gibbs), BU 1 – Rudy @ 51,13 (Kelto).Shots: UVa 12, BU 10.Saves: UVa 7 – (Comfort 7), BU 4 – (Cross 4).Corner Kicks: UVa 5, BU 1.Fouls: UVa 20, BU 27.Offsides: UVa 4, BU 2.Cautions: BU 4 – Powers, G. Walker, Devine and Mike Noonan (Head Coach).Attendance: 2,284.

Virginia 2, Princeton 1 (3-OT)

November 21,  1999   *  Charlottesville, Va. - Game 22

Scoring 1 2 OT OT OT FinalPrinceton 0 1 0 0 0 1Virginia 1 0 0 0 1 2

Goals: UVa 2 – Martino @ 8:56 (Gibbs), O’Donnell @ 127:15 (Totten), PU 1 – Moskowitz @ 84:21 (Striebel).Shots: UVa 14, PU 11.Saves: PU 7 – (White 7), UVa 3 – (Comfort 3).Corner Kicks: UVa 14, PU 3.Fouls: UVa 22, PU 21.Offsides: UVa 9, PU 4.Cautions: PU 2 – Behncke, Rein, UVa 1 – Gibbs.Attendance: 1,478.

Duke 2, Virginia 1 (3-OT)

November 14,  1999   *  Winston-Salem, N.C. - Game 21

Scoring 1 2 OT OT OT FinalVirginia 0 1 0 0 0 1Duke 1 0 0 0 1 2

Goals: Duke 2 – Curtis @ 8:55 (Perea, McIntosh), Pate @ 128:53 (Harris),UVa 1 – Martino @ 47:51 (Barnes).Shots: Duke 17, UVa 11.Saves: UVa 7 (Comfort 7), Duke 5 (Haywood 5).Corner Kicks: Duke 9, UVa 3.Fouls: UVa 29, Duke 25.Offsides: Duke 5, UVa 2.Cautions: UVa 2 – Leonard, Duke 1 – Gail.Attendance: 2,317.

Virginia 2, Wake Forest 1

November 12,  1999   *  Winston-Salem, N.C. - Game 20

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 2 0 2Wake Forest 0 1 1

Goals: UVa 2 – Trout @ 1:43 (Comfort), Trout @ 31:51 (Arena), WF 1 – Lonteen @ 51:35 (Seale).Shots: WF 10, UVa 7.Saves: UVa 3 (Comfort), WF 3 (Conner).Corner Kicks: WF 5, UVa 0.Fouls: UVa 32, WF 23.Offsides: UVa 5, WF 1.Cautions: UVa 4 – Bush, Leonard, Prince, Solomon, WF 2 – Stafford, Thompson.Attendance: 4,639.

Virginia 2, Maryland 0

November 11,  1999   *  Winston-Salem, N.C. - Game 19

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 2 0 2Maryland 0 0 0

Goals: UVa 2 – Trout @ 4:11 (Barnes), Barnes @ 18:49 (O’Donnell, Totten), UM 0.Shots: UM 8, UVa 5.Saves: UVa 1 (Comfort), UM 1 (Lewis).Corner Kicks: UM 9, UVa 3.Fouls: UVa 33, UM 9.Offsides: UM 2, UVa 2.Cautions: UVa 1 (Martino), UM 1 (Ozimek).Attendance: 4,722.

Virginia 1, Ohio State 0

November 5,  1999   *  Charlottesville, Va. - Game 18

Scoring 1 2 FinalOhio State 0 0 0Virginia 0 1 1

Goals: UVa 1 – Barnes @ 73:15 (Martino), OSU – 0.Shots: OSU 8, UVa 5.Saves: UVa – 4 (Comfort 4), OSU – 2 (Thompson 2).Corner Kicks: UVa 6, OSU 1.Fouls: UVa 22, OSU 15.Offsides: OSU 3, UVa 1.Cautions: UVa 2 – Wright, Prince, OSU 1 – Monroe. Attendance: 2,720.

No. 2 UCLA 2, Virginia 0

October 31,  1999  *  Westwood, Calif.  -  Game 17

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 0 0 0UCLA 1 1 2

Goals: UCLA 2 – Shak @ 4:33 (Lee, Vagenas), Lee @ 69:49 (Vagenas), UVa 0.Shots: UCLA 17, UVa 7.Saves: UVa 7 – (Comfort 7), UCLA 2 – (Rimando 2).Corner Kicks: UCLA 5, UVa 1.Fouls: UVa 26, UCLA 20.Offsides: UCLA 0, UVa 0.Cautions: UVa 1 – Arena, UCLA 1 – Lee.Attendance: 1,226.

Virginia 2, Cal State Fullerton 1

October 29,  1999  *  Westwood, Calif.  -  Game 16

Scoring 1 2 FinalCS Fullerton 0 1 1Virginia 0 2 2

Goals: UVa 2 – Barnes @ 56:21 (Trout, Martino), Bush @ 68:48 (Martino), CSF 1 – Oughton @ 50:47 (Martinez, Melendez).Shots: CSF 10, UVa 5.Saves: UVa 6 – (Comfort 6), CSF 3 – (Alexander 3).Corner Kicks: CSF 5, UVa 3.Fouls: UVa 21, CSF 16.Offsides: UVa 2, CSF 0.Cautions: CSF 3 – (Hulgreen, Martinez, Bustos), UVa 2 – (Arena, Barnes).Attendance: 1,322.

No. 7 Duke 3, Virginia 0

Oct. 24 1999 * Durham, N.C. - Game 15

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 0 0 0Duke 2 1 3

Goals: Duke 3 – Robert Antoniou (Peter Gail, Nii-Amar Amamoo) @ 30:25, Ali Curtis (Kevin Sakuda) @ 36:29, Peter Gail (Ryan Furgurson, Trevor Perea) @ 54:46, UVa – 0.Shots: UVa 9, Duke 9.Saves: Duke 4 – (Haywood 4), UVa 1 – (Singer).Corner Kicks: Duke 6, UVa 4.Fouls: UVa 25, Duke 18.Offsides: Duke 6, UVa 3.Cautions: UVa 3 – Barnes, Bush, Solomon, Duke 1 – Furgurson.Attendance: 5,200.

Virginia 3, Marshall 0

Oct. 20 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 14

Scoring 1 2 FinalMarshall 0 0 0Virginia 1 2 3

Goals: UVa 3 – Martino @ 25:00, Totten @ 49:54 (Trout), Barnes @ 72:19(Martino, Totten), MU: 0.Shots: UVa 19, MU 6.Saves: MU 7 – (Goode 7), UVa 3 – (Singer).Corner Kicks: UVa 10, MU 2.Fouls: UVa 14, MU 13.Offsides: UVa 1, MU 1.Cautions: MU 2 – Spaulding, Hartley, UVa 1 – Leonard.Attendance: 671.

Clemson 2, No. 18 Virginia 1

Oct. 16 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 13

Scoring 1 2 FinalClemson 0 2 2Virginia 0 1 1

Goals: CU 2 – Woods @ 82:15, Elliot @ 84,43, UVa 1 – Martino @ 69:31.Shots: UVa 6, CU 4.Saves: UVa 1 – (Singer), CU 1 – (Campbell).Corner Kicks: UVa 3, CU 1.Fouls: UVa 22, CU 19.Offsides: CU 2, UVa 0.Cautions: CU: 4 – (Potempa, Elliott, Baldwin, Tambosa), UVa 0.Attendance: 1,529.

Virginia 2, No. 7 Virginia Commonwealth 0

Oct. 9 1999  * Richmond, Va. - Game 12

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 1 1 2VCU 0 0 0

Goals: UVa 2 – O’Donnell @ 21:36, Totten @ 55:25 (penalty kick), VCU 0.Shots: UVa 10, VCU 8.Saves: VCU 3 – (Mead 3), UVa 2 – (Singer 2).Corner Kicks: VCU 8, UVa 5.Fouls: UVa 18, VCU 15.Offsides: UVa 3, VCU 1.Cautions: UVa 4 – (Bush, O’Donnell, Solomon, Totten), VCU 1 – (Bejarano).Attendance: 1,776.

William & Mary 1, Virginia 0

Oct. 6 1999  * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 11

Scoring 1 2 FinalWilliam & Mary 0 1 1Virginia 0 0 0

Goals: WM 1 – (Garcia), UVa 0.Shots: UVa 6, WM 4.Saves: WM 4 – (Brown 4), UVa 3 – (Singer 3).Corner Kicks: UVa 11, WM 3.Fouls: UVa 25, WM 20.Offsides: WM 2, UVa 0.Cautions: WM 2 – (Chittum, Burgess), UVa 2 – (Feller, Cole).Attendance: 1,261.

N.C. State 2, No. 13 Virginia 1

Oct. 3, 1999 * Raleigh, N.C. - Game 10

Scoring 1 2 FinalVirginia 0 1 1N.C. State 1 1 2

Goals: NCSU 2 – (Olivencia 2), UVa 1 – (Gibbs).Shots: UVa 12, NCSU 8.Saves: NCSU 4 – (Watson 4), UVa 4 – (Singer 4).Corner Kicks: UVa 6, NCSU 4.Fouls: UVa 22, NCSU 17.Offsides: NCSU 8, UVa 1.Cautions: UVa 3 – (Totten, Arena, Martino (ejected), NCSU 1 – (Tabor).Attendance: 313.

No. 13 Virginia 2, American 0

Sept. 29, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 9

Scoring 1 2 FAmerican 0 0 0Virginia 1 1 2

Goals: UVa 2 – Gibbs @ 30:44 (Barnes, Trout), Trout @ 89:56, AU 0.Shots: UVa 9, AU 3.Saves: AU 3 (Gorsegner 3), UVa 1 – (Singer 1).Corner Kicks: UVa 6, AU 3.Fouls: AU 20, UVa 17.Offsides: UVa 4, AU 2.Cautions: AU 2 – (Kuykendall, Brennan), UVa 1 – (Feller).Attendance: 250.

No. 17 Virginia 2, No. 18 North Carolina 1

Sept. 25, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 8

Scoring 1 2 FNorth Carolina 0 1 1Virginia 2 0 2

Goals: UVa 2 – Gibbs @ 10:10 (Martino), Martino (Barnes, Gibbs), UNC 1 – Carrieri (Jackson).Shots: UVa 12, UNC 10.Saves: UNC 5 (Ueltschey 5), UVa 5 – (Singer 4).Corner Kicks: UVa 6, UNC 6.Fouls: UVa 15, UNC 8.Offsides: UVa 0, UNC 0.Cautions: UNC 3 – Wean, Carrieri, Robinson, UVa 0.Attendance: 2,560.

No. 17 Virginia 2, Virginia Tech 1

Sept. 22, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 7

Scoring 1 2 FVirginia Tech 1 0 1Virginia 1 1 2

Goals: UVa 2 – Martino @ 5:32 (Feller, Trout), Gibbs @ 75:37 (Arena). VT 1 – Wamey @ :33 (Myers, Silva).Shots: UVa 16, VT 2.Saves: VT 6 (Kibler 6), UVa 1 (Singer).Corner Kicks: UVa 10, VT 2.Fouls: UVa 20, VT 19.Offsides: UVa 3, VT 1.Cautions: VT 3 – Silva, Dziadosz, D’Adamo, UVa 2 – Arena, Cole.Attendance: 1,021.

No. 17 Virginia 1, Wake Forest 1

Sept. 19, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 6

Scoring 1 2 OT OT FWake Forest 0 1 0 0 1Virginia 0 1 0 0 1

Goals: WFU 1 – Gehring @ 49:10 (Vogel), UVa 1 – Bush @ 68:21 (Martino).Shots: UVa 16, WFU 7.Saves: WFU 6 (Connor), UVa 2 (Singer).Corner Kicks: UVa 5, WFU 5.Fouls: WFU 22, UVa 17.Offsides: UVa 6, WFU 4.Cautions: WFU 2 – Thompson @ 69:00, Thomas @ 109:00, UVa 0.Attendance: 1,575.

No. 17 Virginia 3, Mount St. Mary’s 0

Sept. 15, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 5

Scoring 1 2 FMount St. Mary’s 0 0 0Virginia 3 0 3

Goals: UVa 3 – Barnes @ 9:44 (Gibbs/Leonard), Gibbs @ 28:12 (Trout), Gibbs @ 32:07 (Trout).Shots: UVa 26, MSM 3.Saves: MSM 9, UVa 2.Corner Kicks: UVa 11, MSM 3.Fouls: MSM 12, UVa 10.Offsides: MSM 3, UVa 2.Cautions: MSM 1 – Lepper, UVa 0.Attendance: 463.

No. 4 Maryland 1, No. 17 Virginia 0

Sept. 12, 1999 * College Park, Md. -  Game 4

Scoring 1 2 FVirginia 0 0 0Maryland 0 1 0

Goals: UM 1 – Buete @ 49:38 (Herrera, Cropley), UVa 0.Shots: UM 12, UVa 11.Saves: UM 5 (Lewis), UVa 2 (Singer).Corner Kicks: UVa 3, UM 3.Fouls: UVa 23, UM 15.Offsides: UVa 2, UM 2.Cautions: UVa 1 – Trout, UM 1 – Twellman.Attendance: 2,034.

No. 17 Virginia 8, Appalachian State 1

Sept. 8, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Game 3

Scoring 1 2 FAppalachian State 0 1 1Virginia 5 3 8

Goals: UVa 8 – Totten @ 18:46 (Barnes), Trout @ 21:32 (unassisted), Trout @ 25:02 (Barnes, Prince), Trout @ 31:45 (Solomon), Barnes @ 38:43(O’Donnell), Trout @ 54:06 (unassisted), Gibbs @ 59:56 (Totten, McQuatters, Totten @ 79:01 (Wright), ASU 1 – Simpson (unassisted).Shots: UVa 24, ASU 5.Saves: ASU 7 (Floyd), UVa 1 (Singer).Corner Kicks: UVa 10, ASU 3.Fouls: UVa 16, ASU 16.Offsides: ASU 3, UVa 0.Cautions: UVa 1 – Totten, ASU 1 – Weddle.Attendance: 1,038.

Gonzaga 3, No. 6 Virginia 2

Sept. 5, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. -  Coca-Cola Classic -  Game 2

Scoring 1 2 FGonzaga 1 2 3Virginia 1 2 2

Goals: GU 3 – Kuska @ 16:23 (unassisted), Thompson @ 51:25 (Kuska), Cosner @ 65:35 (Marks), UVa 2 – Barnes @ 12:08 (unassisted), Totten @ 89:10(Trout).Shots: GU 11, UVa 8.Saves: GU: 2, UVa 0.Corner Kicks: UVa 5, GU 3.Fouls: GU 19, UVa 16.Offsides: GU 6, UVa 1.Cautions: UVa 3 – Cole, Feller, Leonard, GU 2 – Blasdel, Fernandez.Attendance: 921.

No. 6 Virginia 4, Seton Hall 3 (OT)

Sept. 3, 1999 * Charlottesville, Va. - Coca-Cola Classic  -  Game 1

Scoring 1 2 OT FSeton Hall 1 2 0 3Virginia 1 2 1 4

Goals: UVa 4, Barnes @ 24:10 (O’Donnell, Trout), Trout @ 56:45 (unassisted), Feller @ 72:10 (Trout), Totten @ 98:26 (penalty kick). SH 3, Scavo @ 37:40 (Strohmann), Scavo @ 57:03 (Cuddy), Ruth @ 61,40 (Cuddy, Scerbo).Shots: UVa 24, SH 8.Saves: SH 11 (Cohen 6), UVa 3 (Singer 3).Corner Kicks: SH 5, UVa 3.Fouls: SH 27, UVa 21.Offsides: SH 3, UVa 2.Cautions: SH 4 (Ruth (2), Scrafin, Scavo, Scerbo) – Ruth was ejected, UVa 1 (Prince).Attendance: 1,681.

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