NCAA DIII Men’s Soccer Championship Hoboken Regional

DeBaun Athletic Complex | Hoboken, New Jersey

Saturday, November 12, 2022
No. 4 Stevens vs. Worcester State | 1:00 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: Stevens | Worcester State
Postgame Recap: Stevens | Worcester State

Rowan vs. No. 20 Middlebury | 3:30 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: Rowan | Middlebury
Postgame Recap: Rowan | Middlebury

Sunday, November 13, 2022
TBD vs. TBD | 3:00 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: TBD | TBD
Postgame Recap: TBD | TBD

Participating Teams

  • Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks
    15-0-3; 7-0-1 (MAC Freedom)
    Roster | Schedule | Stats

    Location: Hoboken, New Jersey
    Head Coach: Dale Jordan (Seventh Season)
    Regular Season Conference Finish: 1st of 8
    Postseason Conference Finish: Advanced over Lycoming on penalties (4-2) in MAC Freedom Championship (Automatic Bid)
    Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Second Round)
    All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 18
    National Championships: N/A
    All-Conference Performers: Not yet released

    Top Team National Rankings:
    Team Goals-Against Average – 0.274 (1st)
    Save Percentage – 0.914 (1st)
    Won-Loss-Tied Percentage – 0.917 (4th)
    Goal Differential – 32 (29th)

    Top Individual National Rankings:
    Game-Winning Goals – Bruno Andino (7 -1st)
    Goals-Against Average – Justin Cross (0.296 – 1st)
    Save Percentage – Justin Cross (0.902 – 1st)
    Shutouts – Justin Cross (10 – 5th)
    Shot Accuracy – Adam Silva (0.571 – 94th)

  • Middlebury College Panthers
    10-4-3; 5-3-2 (New England Small College Athletic Conference)
    Schedule | Roster | Stats

    Location: Middlebury, Vermont
    Head Coach: Alex Elias (Fifth Season)
    Regular Season Conference Finish: T-2nd/11
    Postseason Conference Finish: NESCAC Tournament Semifinalist (Pool ‘C’ Bid)
    Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Quarterfinals)
    All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 15
    National Championships: 1 (2007)
    All-Conference Performers: Michael McFarlane (Second Team); Jordan Saint-Louis (Second Team)

    Top Team National Rankings:
    Save Percentage – 0.825 (36th)
    Team Goals-Against Average – 0.639 (21st)
    Shots on Goal Per Game – 7.41 (92nd)
    Goal Differential – 22 (62nd)

    Top Individual National Rankings:
    Goals-Against Average – Ryan Grady (0.638 -22nd)
    Save Percentage – Ryan Grady (0.823 – 46th)
    Shutouts – Ryan Grady (8 – 16th)
    Shots on Goal Per Game – Jordan Saint-Louis (1.75 – 75th)

  • Rowan University Profs
    11-5-5; 4-2-3 (New Jersey Athletic Conference)
    Schedule | Roster | Stats

    Location: Glassboro, New Jersey
    Head Coach: Scott Baker (Ninth Season)
    Regular Season Conference Finish: 3rd/10
    Postseason Conference Finish: NJAC Tournament Champions (Automatic Bid)
    Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Second Round)
    All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 30
    National Championships: 2 (1981, 1980)
    All-Conference Performers: Not yet released

    Top Team National Rankings:
    Shutout Percentage – 0.476 (44th)
    Shots on Goal Per Game – 7.67 (70th)
    Shot Accuracy – 0.505 (94th)
    Total Assists – 29 (87th)

    Top Individual National Rankings:
    Game-Winning Goals – Chad Yates (6 -3rd)
    Shutouts – Dylan Aportela (7 – 26th)
    Total Goals – Chad Yates (12 – 42nd)
    Total Points – Chad Yates (30 – 40th)
    Points Per Game – Chad Yates (1.43 – 94th)

  • Worcester State University Lancers
    10-3-7; 4-0-3 (Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference)
    Schedule | Roster | Stats

    Location: Worcester, Massachusetts
    Head Coach: Aidan Abolfazi (Third Season)
    Regular Season Conference Finish: 3rd/8
    Postseason Conference Finish: MASCAC Tournament Champions (Automatic Bid)
    Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2016 (First Round)
    All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 7
    National Championships: N/A
    All-Conference Performers: Manny Ramirez (First Team); Alexander Papageorgiou (Second Team)

    Top Team National Rankings:
    Save Percentage – 0.849 (18th)
    Team Goals-Against Average – 0.890 (66th)
    Won-Loss-Tied Percentage – 0.675 (78th)
    Shutout Percentage – 0.500 (37th)

    Top Individual National Rankings:
    Save Percentage – Andy Ramirez (0.845 -22nd)
    Assists – Manny Ramirez (7 – 69th)
    Goals-Against Average – Andy Ramirez (0.938 – 78th)
    Shutouts – Andy Ramirez (5 – 91st)

All fans are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets. 

Tickets will be also available on site, but cash will not be accepted.

Ticket prices for Saturday’s matches (single admission) are $10 for adults, while seniors and students are $6. Children’s tickets are $4. 

Ticket prices for Sunday’s regional final are $8 for adults, while seniors and students are $5. Children’s tickets are $3.

The admission of any Stevens student or faculty member with valid ID will be covered by Stevens Athletics.

Fans may click here to purchase tickets for Saturday’s matches and here for Sunday’s match.

Fans can park in any of the designated lots on campus. The 8th Street Lot is closest to the venue, however, it also contains the fewest spots. Additional parking can be found in the Babbio Garage or River Lots located on Frank Sinatra Drive. Questions regarding parking should be referred to Stevens’ Campus Police at (201) 216-5105.

If parking cannot be found in any of the campus lots, the city of Hoboken has a number of parking garages available throughout the city for your use.

A parking map for Stevens may be found here.

The Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation prides itself upon the diversity of our roles toward the development of student life at Stevens. Our comprehensive program allows us to impact almost all of our student body in a way that encourages wholesome activities that can be pursued over a lifetime.

Stevens offers 25 intercollegiate sports and continues to demonstrate a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship and the philosophy of NCAA Division III athletics.

Take our Virtual Tour!

Directions to Stevens
Located in the city of Hoboken, N.J., Stevens can be reached easily by car, airplane, train or bus. Hoboken is approximately one square mile in area and is located on the New Jersey bank of the Hudson River between the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels.

From Northern New Jersey
Take the NJ Turnpike (I-95) South to the Lincoln Tunnel (I-495) Exit. Follow signs towards the Lincoln Tunnel and exit before the tunnel at the “Last Exit in New Jersey, Weehawken, and Hoboken”. Turn right at the second traffic light; this places you Southbound on Park Avenue. Follow signs to Hoboken. At 14th Street in Hoboken, turn left, then turn right onto Washington Street. Make a left on 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.

Via Lincoln Tunnel
Upon exiting the tunnel, follow the signs to Hoboken. From the North tube of the tunnel, bear to the extreme right and go through the underpass marked Hoboken. From the South tube, bear to exit ramp on left. This places you Southbound on Willow Avenue. Continue into Hoboken and make a left at 14th Street, turn right onto Washington Street. Make a left on 9th Street and continue through the campus gates.

From Points South
Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 14C, or take Route 1&9 North. If you take Route 1&9, follow signs to the Holland Tunnel. After proceeding under the covered portion of State Highway 139, at the first traffic light, make the first left onto Jersey Avenue towards Hoboken. Proceed under the train bridge bearing right onto Newark Street which will become Observer Highway. Turn left onto Washington Street, and proceed north. Then turn right onto 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.

Via Holland Tunnel
Make the first right after exiting the tunnel onto Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard. Luis Munoz Marin Blvd becomes Henderson Street. At the end of Henderson Street at Observer Highway turn right. Turn left (at the last traffic light on Observer Highway) onto Washington Street. Turn right onto 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.

For GPS systems, please use the following address: 800 Castle Point Terrace, Hoboken, NJ 07030

A campus map is available here.

A guide to campus parking can be found here.

Bus Parking
Buses should enter campus via Washington and 9th Street and park by Jonas Hall. If you are coming to campus with a low-clearance bus and need assistance coming onto campus, please contact either your gameday liaison or the events manager for further assistance.

Photo Policy
Stevens Institute of Technology does require that you obtain a sideline pass in order to shoot any athletic event. Please contact the Athletic Communications office at least 24 hours in advance to reserve a sideline pass. ONLY PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS shooting for Stevens Institute of Technology, the visiting school or approved media outlets will be issued a sideline pass and Stevens reserves the right to revoke photography privileges based upon sideline conduct during the game.

If you attempt to photograph from the playing surface without a credential, you will be asked to return to the spectator seating area.

Pet Policy
Please be aware that Stevens Institute of Technology has a very strict pet policy for all events. Pets are not permitted at Stevens Institute of Technology’s athletic fields or facilities. Only service pets, such as seeing eye dogs for example, are permitted. We understand that some institutions do not have a policy, so we ask that you make sure that this information is passed along to any family or friends who will be attending this event.

Restaurants
There are several restaurants within walking distance of both Stevens’ campus and Canavan Arena. 

The DeBaun Athletic Complex serves as the home for Stevens Field Hockey, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse and Baseball. In the summer of 2007, the facility underwent a major renovation to upgrade the surface to state-of-the-art Field Turf. In 2009, the stadium seating was also renovated to provide the campus community with a first-class outdoor facility. 

The DeBaun Athletic Complex also hosts games and events for club and intramural sports, as well as general campus recreation. It also serves as an outdoor home for major campus events, including orientation. 

The facility features stadium seating, as well as bleacher-style seating on the field. There’s also a dedicated set of seats for Dobbelaar Field, home of Stevens baseball.
 

 

DeBaun Athletic Complex | Hoboken, New Jersey
Saturday, November 12, 2022
No. 4 Stevens vs. Worcester State | 1:00 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: Stevens | Worcester State
Postgame Recap: Stevens | Worcester State

Rowan vs. No. 20 Middlebury | 3:30 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: Rowan | Middlebury
Postgame Recap: Rowan | Middlebury

Sunday, November 13, 2022
TBD vs. TBD | 3:00 P.M. | Final Stats
Live Video | Live Stats | Post Game Press Conference: TBD | TBD
Postgame Recap: TBD | TBD
Stevens Institute of Technology Ducks
15-0-3; 7-0-1 (MAC Freedom)
Roster | Schedule | Stats
Location: Hoboken, New Jersey
Head Coach: Dale Jordan (Seventh Season)
Regular Season Conference Finish: 1st of 8
Postseason Conference Finish: Advanced over Lycoming on penalties (4-2) in MAC Freedom Championship (Automatic Bid)
Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Second Round)
All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 18
National Championships: N/A
All-Conference Performers: Not yet released
Top Team National Rankings:
Team Goals-Against Average - 0.274 (1st)
Save Percentage - 0.914 (1st)
Won-Loss-Tied Percentage - 0.917 (4th)
Goal Differential - 32 (29th)
Top Individual National Rankings:
Game-Winning Goals - Bruno Andino (7 -1st)
Goals-Against Average - Justin Cross (0.296 - 1st)
Save Percentage - Justin Cross (0.902 - 1st)
Shutouts - Justin Cross (10 - 5th)
Shot Accuracy - Adam Silva (0.571 - 94th)
Middlebury College Panthers
10-4-3; 5-3-2 (New England Small College Athletic Conference)
Schedule | Roster | Stats
Location: Middlebury, Vermont
Head Coach: Alex Elias (Fifth Season)
Regular Season Conference Finish: T-2nd/11
Postseason Conference Finish: NESCAC Tournament Semifinalist (Pool ‘C’ Bid)
Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Quarterfinals)
All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 15
National Championships: 1 (2007)
All-Conference Performers: Michael McFarlane (Second Team); Jordan Saint-Louis (Second Team)
Top Team National Rankings:
Save Percentage - 0.825 (36th)
Team Goals-Against Average - 0.639 (21st)
Shots on Goal Per Game - 7.41 (92nd)
Goal Differential - 22 (62nd)
Top Individual National Rankings:
Goals-Against Average - Ryan Grady (0.638 -22nd)
Save Percentage - Ryan Grady (0.823 - 46th)
Shutouts - Ryan Grady (8 - 16th)
Shots on Goal Per Game - Jordan Saint-Louis (1.75 - 75th)
Rowan University Profs
11-5-5; 4-2-3 (New Jersey Athletic Conference)
Schedule | Roster | Stats
Location: Glassboro, New Jersey
Head Coach: Scott Baker (Ninth Season)
Regular Season Conference Finish: 3rd/10
Postseason Conference Finish: NJAC Tournament Champions (Automatic Bid)
Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2021 (Second Round)
All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 30
National Championships: 2 (1981, 1980)
All-Conference Performers: Not yet released
Top Team National Rankings:
Shutout Percentage - 0.476 (44th)
Shots on Goal Per Game - 7.67 (70th)
Shot Accuracy - 0.505 (94th)
Total Assists - 29 (87th)
Top Individual National Rankings:
Game-Winning Goals - Chad Yates (6 -3rd)
Shutouts - Dylan Aportela (7 - 26th)
Total Goals - Chad Yates (12 - 42nd)
Total Points - Chad Yates (30 - 40th)
Points Per Game - Chad Yates (1.43 - 94th)
Worcester State University Lancers
10-3-7; 4-0-3 (Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference)
Schedule | Roster | Stats
Location: Worcester, Massachusetts
Head Coach: Aidan Abolfazi (Third Season)
Regular Season Conference Finish: 3rd/8
Postseason Conference Finish: MASCAC Tournament Champions (Automatic Bid)
Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2016 (First Round)
All-Tine NCAA Appearances: 7
National Championships: N/A
All-Conference Performers: Manny Ramirez (First Team); Alexander Papageorgiou (Second Team)
Top Team National Rankings:
Save Percentage - 0.849 (18th)
Team Goals-Against Average - 0.890 (66th)
Won-Loss-Tied Percentage - 0.675 (78th)
Shutout Percentage - 0.500 (37th)
Top Individual National Rankings:
Save Percentage - Andy Ramirez (0.845 -22nd)
Assists - Manny Ramirez (7 - 69th)
Goals-Against Average - Andy Ramirez (0.938 - 78th)
Shutouts - Andy Ramirez (5 - 91st)
All fans are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets. 
Tickets will be also available on site, but cash will not be accepted.
Ticket prices for Saturday's matches (single admission) are $10 for adults, while seniors and students are $6. Children's tickets are $4. 
Ticket prices for Sunday's regional final are $8 for adults, while seniors and students are $5. Children's tickets are $3.
The admission of any Stevens student or faculty member with valid ID will be covered by Stevens Athletics.
Fans may click here to purchase tickets for Saturday's matches and here for Sunday's match.
Fans can park in any of the designated lots on campus. The 8th Street Lot is closest to the venue, however, it also contains the fewest spots. Additional parking can be found in the Babbio Garage or River Lots located on Frank Sinatra Drive. Questions regarding parking should be referred to Stevens' Campus Police at (201) 216-5105.
If parking cannot be found in any of the campus lots, the city of Hoboken has a number of parking garages available throughout the city for your use.
A parking map for Stevens may be found here.
The Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation prides itself upon the diversity of our roles toward the development of student life at Stevens. Our comprehensive program allows us to impact almost all of our student body in a way that encourages wholesome activities that can be pursued over a lifetime.
Stevens offers 25 intercollegiate sports and continues to demonstrate a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship and the philosophy of NCAA Division III athletics.
Take our Virtual Tour!

Directions to Stevens
Located in the city of Hoboken, N.J., Stevens can be reached easily by car, airplane, train or bus. Hoboken is approximately one square mile in area and is located on the New Jersey bank of the Hudson River between the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels.
From Northern New Jersey
Take the NJ Turnpike (I-95) South to the Lincoln Tunnel (I-495) Exit. Follow signs towards the Lincoln Tunnel and exit before the tunnel at the "Last Exit in New Jersey, Weehawken, and Hoboken". Turn right at the second traffic light; this places you Southbound on Park Avenue. Follow signs to Hoboken. At 14th Street in Hoboken, turn left, then turn right onto Washington Street. Make a left on 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.
Via Lincoln Tunnel
Upon exiting the tunnel, follow the signs to Hoboken. From the North tube of the tunnel, bear to the extreme right and go through the underpass marked Hoboken. From the South tube, bear to exit ramp on left. This places you Southbound on Willow Avenue. Continue into Hoboken and make a left at 14th Street, turn right onto Washington Street. Make a left on 9th Street and continue through the campus gates.
From Points South
Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 14C, or take Route 1&9 North. If you take Route 1&9, follow signs to the Holland Tunnel. After proceeding under the covered portion of State Highway 139, at the first traffic light, make the first left onto Jersey Avenue towards Hoboken. Proceed under the train bridge bearing right onto Newark Street which will become Observer Highway. Turn left onto Washington Street, and proceed north. Then turn right onto 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.
Via Holland Tunnel
Make the first right after exiting the tunnel onto Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard. Luis Munoz Marin Blvd becomes Henderson Street. At the end of Henderson Street at Observer Highway turn right. Turn left (at the last traffic light on Observer Highway) onto Washington Street. Turn right onto 9th Street and continue through the gates on to campus.
For GPS systems, please use the following address: 800 Castle Point Terrace, Hoboken, NJ 07030
A campus map is available here.

A guide to campus parking can be found here.
Bus Parking
Buses should enter campus via Washington and 9th Street and park by Jonas Hall. If you are coming to campus with a low-clearance bus and need assistance coming onto campus, please contact either your gameday liaison or the events manager for further assistance.

Photo Policy
Stevens Institute of Technology does require that you obtain a sideline pass in order to shoot any athletic event. Please contact the Athletic Communications office at least 24 hours in advance to reserve a sideline pass. ONLY PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS shooting for Stevens Institute of Technology, the visiting school or approved media outlets will be issued a sideline pass and Stevens reserves the right to revoke photography privileges based upon sideline conduct during the game.
If you attempt to photograph from the playing surface without a credential, you will be asked to return to the spectator seating area.
Pet Policy
Please be aware that Stevens Institute of Technology has a very strict pet policy for all events. Pets are not permitted at Stevens Institute of Technology's athletic fields or facilities. Only service pets, such as seeing eye dogs for example, are permitted. We understand that some institutions do not have a policy, so we ask that you make sure that this information is passed along to any family or friends who will be attending this event.

Restaurants
There are several restaurants within walking distance of both Stevens' campus and Canavan Arena. 
The DeBaun Athletic Complex serves as the home for Stevens Field Hockey, Men's and Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Lacrosse and Baseball. In the summer of 2007, the facility underwent a major renovation to upgrade the surface to state-of-the-art Field Turf. In 2009, the stadium seating was also renovated to provide the campus community with a first-class outdoor facility. 
The DeBaun Athletic Complex also hosts games and events for club and intramural sports, as well as general campus recreation. It also serves as an outdoor home for major campus events, including orientation. 
The facility features stadium seating, as well as bleacher-style seating on the field. There's also a dedicated set of seats for Dobbelaar Field, home of Stevens baseball.
 
 
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