Coastal Carolina Chanticleers men's soccer

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Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
men's soccer
2018 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers men's soccer team
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers wordmark.svg
Founded1978
UniversityCoastal Carolina University
Head coachShaun Docking (16th season)
ConferenceSun Belt
LocationConway, SC
StadiumCoastal Carolina University Soccer Field
(Capacity: 1,000)
NicknameChants
ColorsTeal, Bronze, and Black[1]
              
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
1992, 2003, 2012, 2013, 2017
NCAA Tournament appearances
1992, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Conference Tournament championships
1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017
Conference Regular Season championships
1986, 1987, 1989, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017

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 2017[3]

No. Name Class Ht & Wt Position Hometown/Last school
1 Braulio Linares-Ortiz SR 6-1

185

Goalkeeper College Park, Md./Louisburg
2 Kervin Kenton Fadel JR 6-2 190 Defender San Jose, Costa Rica/Universidad Espanoamericana
3 Sam Strong JR 6-2 195 Defender Santa Barbara, Calif./UC Santa Barbara
4 Henrik Mueller JR 6-5 195 Defender Potsdam, Germany/University of Potsdam
5 Miguel Gutierrez SR 6-0 165 Defender Sevilla, Spain/University of Seville
7 David Raizes SR 5-8 160 Forward Atlanta, Ga./Central Florida
8 Konstantinos Louvaris SO 5-10

160

Midfielder Nicosia, Cyprus/The Grammar School
9 Frantzdy Pierrot SR 6-4

205

Forward Boston, Mass./Northeastern
10 Louis Dargent SR 6-4

205

Midfielder Reims, France/Université de Reims
11 Yazeed Matthews JR 6-1

200

Forward Johannesburg, South Africa/Tyler Junior College
12 Romario Piggott JR 5-9

160

Midfielder Arrajan, Panama/Ancilla Community College
13 Alex Ierides FR 6-0

165

Midfielder Trenton, N.J./Kykkos B'Lyceum High School
14 Saif AlHameli JR 5-8

140

Midfielder Abu Dhabi, UAE/Raha International School
15 Michael Peprah SR 5.10

160

Defender Elliott City, Md./West Virginia
16 Brennan Koslow SR 5-10 165 Midfielder Greenville, S.C./Niagara
17 Adrian Welch SR 5-8 150 Midfielder Glencoe, Trinidad and Tobago/St. Johnâ
18 Ryan Willoughby JR 5-7 155 Midfielder Levittown, N.Y./Island Trees HS
19 Morten Timm SO 5-9

165

Defender Thuringen, Germany/USC Upstate
20 Martin Melchor SR 5-7 150 Midfielder Jacksonville, Texas/Jacksonville HS
21 Wes White SR 6-0 175 Midfielder Oak Grove, Mo./Missouri - Kansas City
22 Thierno Diallo SR 6-0

165

Defender Irving, Texas/Culver-Stockton
23 Darius Strambler SR 6-0 180 Forward Midland, Texas/Lubbock Christian
24 Carlos Becerra FR 5-9 165 Midfielder West Jordan, Utah/Copper Hills
25 Nestor Rocha FR 6-3 175 Midfielder Saguntino, Spain/Escuelas Profesionales Luis Am.
26 Garrett Lillie FR 6-0

175

Defender York, Maine/Sea Coast Academy
27 Tyrone Mondi RS FR 5-9

170

Midfielder Bloemfontien, South Afric/Northwestern Ohio
29 Alexandre Bouillennec SR 6-4

195

Goalkeeper Pedernec, France/Saginaw Valley State
30 Chris Datallo JR 5-11

180

Goalkeeper Long Island, NY/Quinnipiac

Team Management[edit]

Coaching Staff
Position Staff
Head Coach United States Shaun Docking
Assoc. Coach United States Kyle Russell
Asst. Coach South Africa Kyle Timm
Director of Operations United States Robert Downes

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]

Season Coach Record Notes
Overall Conference
Independent
1978 Dr. John Farrelly 4-11-0
1979 Dr. John Farrelly 10-4-1
1980 Dr. John Farrelly 12-4-2
1981 Dr. John Farrelly 4-12-1
1982 No records
1983 No records
Big South Conference
1984 Paul Banta 15-8-0 4-3-0
1985 Paul Banta 14-8-1 5-1-0
1986 Paul Banta 18-2-0 9-1-0 Big South Regular Season and Tournament Champions
1987 Paul Banta 14-6-1 5-1-0 Big South Regular Season and Tournament Champions
1988 Paul Banta 4-14-4 2-4-0
1989 Paul Banta 17-4-0 6-0-0 Big South Regular Season and Tournament Champions
1990 Paul Banta 16-3-2 4-2-0 Big South Tournament Champions
1991 Paul Banta 7-8-3 1-4-1
1992 Paul Banta 16-2-1 0-0-0 NCAA Second Round
1993 Paul Banta 6-12-0 4-4-1
1994 Paul Banta 10-10-0 5-3-0
1995 Paul Banta 16-4-0 5-2-0 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA First Round

1996 Paul Banta 7-9-2 3-4-0
1997 Paul Banta and Dermot McGrane 6-10-1 1-5-1
1998 Shaun Docking 7-9-2 3-3-0
1999 Shaun Docking 12-4-1 6-1-0 Big South Regular Season Champions
2000 Shaun Docking 11-5-1 5-2-0 Big South Regular Season Champions
2001 Shaun Docking 11-8-2 3-2-2 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA First Round

2002 Shaun Docking 19-3-2 6-1-0 NCAA Second Round
2003 Shaun Docking 20-2-0 6-1-0 Big South Regular Season and Tournament Champions

NCAA Sweet 16

2004 Shaun Docking 14-8-1 4-3-0 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA First Round

2005 Shaun Docking 11-9-1 5-2-0 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA First Round

2006 Shaun Docking 11-7-2 5-2-0
2007 Shaun Docking 10-8-1 6-0-0 Big South Regular Season Champions
2008 Shaun Docking 10-10-1 5-2-1
2009 Shaun Docking 9-2-7 5-0-3 Big South Regular Season Champions
2010 Shaun Docking 12-8-2 5-2-1 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA First Round

2011 Shaun Docking 18-4-0 9-0-0 Big South Regular Season Champions

NCAA Second Round

2012 Shaun Docking 20-2-2 10-0-0 Big South Regular Season Champions

NCAA Sweet 16

2013 Shaun Docking 19-5-0 9-1-0 Big South Regular Season and Tournament Champions

NCAA Sweet 16

2014 Shaun Docking 16-6-1 7-1-1 Big South Tournament Champions

NCAA Second Round

2015 Shaun Docking 13-3-4 6-1-2 NCAA Second Round
2016 Shaun Docking 9-6-3 3-1-1 Sun Belt Regular Season and Tournament Champions

NCAA Second Round

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 March 31, 2016.
  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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