2000 Men's Soccer Archive
Cohen, Foster named first team all-region
DePauw junior J.R. Foster and sophomore Andy Cohen have been named to the all-Great Lakes Region first team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Foster led the Tigers with 19 goals and 45 points and was third with seven assists, while Cohen was second with 13 goals, and second with 32 points. Each was also a first team all-SCAC choice.
Five Tigers earn all-SCAC honors
Five DePauw players earned all-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference honors in voting by the conference's 10 head coaches. Included in that were a league-high three selections on the first team. Andy Cohen, J.R. Foster and Derron Harris were named to the first team, while Brian Missey and Bryce Skeeters earned second team honors.
Tigers fall to Ohio Wesleyan in Great Lakes Region semifinals
DePauw's season came to an end in Delaware, Ohio, as the 15th-ranked Tigers fell at top-ranked Ohio Wesleyan by a 2-0 score. The host Battling Bishops scored one goal in each half for the win. Ohio Wesleyan outshot the Tigers 23-11, but DePauw totaled four corners to the Bishops' three. DePauw finished the season with 15-4 to equal the school record for victories. Ohio Wesleyan improved to 22-0. Box score
DePauw blanks Webster 4-0 in NCAA first round game
The Tigers scored four second-half goals to take a 4-0 win over visiting Webster University in the first round of the NCAA Division III Championship. The Tigers, 15-3, advance to take on Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Ohio Wesleyan. Game story | Box score | Photo Gallery
Tigers earn trip to NCAA Division III Championship
DePauw has earned a spot in the 44-team NCAA Division III Championship and will host Webster University on Wednesday afternoon in a first-round game at 1 p.m. The winner will take on Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday, November 11, in the semifinals of the Great Lakes Regional in Delaware, Ohio, at 2 p.m. Tickets prices are $4 for adults and $2 for students with ID. They will be available at the gate. The appearance is the Tigers' second in three years and their eighth overall. Complete tournament information from the NCAA
14th-ranked Tigers finish regular season with 4-1 win at Rose-Hulman
The Tigers scored three second-half goals to break open a 1-1 game and take a 4-1 victory at Rose-Hulman. J.R. Foster scored twice with Derron Harris and Richie Schreiner each adding one in the win. Foster raised his season goal total to 19 which ranks fourth in school history. His 45 points this year ranks second. | Box Score
Tigers climb two spots to 14th in latest Division III rankings
DePauw moved up to 14th in the latest Division III poll by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The Tigers, 13-3 on the season, wrap up the regular season at Rose-Hulman on Saturday.
Missey named SCAC Player of the Week
Junior goalkeeper Brian Missey has been named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week for his performance in road wins over Sewanee and Centre. In those two wins he recorded 19 saves and allowed just one goal as the Tigers defeated two regionally-ranked teams. Missey posted a 1-0 shutout of Sewanee on Friday and held Centre to just one goal in the 2-1 victory on Sunday. For the season, he is third in the league in goals against average at 1.06.
DePauw defeats Centre 2-1
Trailing 1-0 in the second half, the Tigers came back to take a 2-1 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Centre College. Brendan Landry tied the contest early in the second half before Andy Cohen scored the game-winner with on an assist from J.R. Foster. The Tigers are now 13-3 on the year and 6-2 in the SCAC. Box score
Tigers improve to 12-3 with 1-0 win at Sewanee
Andy Cohen's goal in the 83rd minute with an assist from Bryce Skeeters lifted DePauw to a 1-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Sewanee. Brian Missey posted the shutout in goal which was the Tigers' seventh of the season. DePauw improved to 12-3 overall and 5-2 in the SCAC. Box score
16th-ranked DePauw shuts out Anderson 3-0
DePauw posted its sixth shutout and improved to 11-3 on the season with a 3-0 win over visiting Anderson University. Andy Cohen, Clint Capps and J.R. Foster scored for the Tigers with Brian Missey and Wes Molyneaux sharing the shutout in goal. Foster's goal was his 17th of the season which equals the fourth most by a DePauw player in a season. Box score
Tigers ranked 16th in Division III
DePauw remains ranked, nationally, as they are 16th in the latest poll by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
11th-ranked DePauw falls at fifth-ranked Trinity, 6-2
DePauw, ranked 11th in Division III, jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first 32 minutes at fifth-ranked Trinity on goals by Richie Schreiner and J.R. Foster, but the hosts rallied to cut the margin to 2-1 with a goal in the 39th minute. Trinity tied the match at 2-2 in the 54th minute on Josh Card's first of three second-half goals and took the lead for good just 3:26 later. Box score
Tigers come from two goals down to top Pirates in overtime
J.R. Foster's goal 12 minutes into the first overtime gave 11th-ranked DePauw a 3-2 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win over host Southwestern. The Pirates' Sal Lopez scored twice in the opening 20:33 of the game before Corbin Sutton cut the margin in half early in the second half and Ryan Winkler forced the overtime with a goal with just 2:37 left in regulation. DePauw outshot Southwestern 22-15. The Tigers, 10-2 overall and 4-1 in the SCAC, face fifth-ranked Trinity on Sunday. Box score
Tigers jump to 11th in national rankings
After a pair of weekend victories, the Tigers have moved up three spots to a tie for 11th in the latest Division III rankings from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
14th-ranked Tigers beat Oglethorpe 7-1
The Tigers expanded upon a 2-1 halftime lead with five goals in the second half and three in the first 18 minutes to take a 7-1 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win over visiting Oglethorpe. Richie Schreiner scored one goal and assisted on three others, while J.R. Foster scored twice and added an assist in the win that lifted DePauw's overall record to 9-2 and their SCAC mark to 3-1. Box score
DePauw blanks Millsaps, 5-0
J.R. Foster scored two goals and assisted on another to lead the 14th-ranked Tigers to a 5-0 win over visiting Millsaps. The Tigers took a 2-0 halftime advantage on Foster's first goal and Andy Cohen's penalty kick. Richie Schreiner scored just 43 seconds into the second half to make it 3-0. Foster tallied his second goal at 56:09 and Bryce Skeeters closed the scoring 21 seconds later. Brian Missey posted the shutout for the 8-2 (2-1 SCAC) Tigers. Statistics
Tigers ranked 14th in latest Division III poll
DePauw moved up from 25th to 14th in the latest Division III poll from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. DePauw is ranked second in the Great Lakes Region.
25th-ranked Tigers blank Principia 3-0
Andy Cohen scored on an assist from Brendan Landry in the 39th minute to give the Tigers all they needed in a 3-0 shutout win at Principia. The Tigers scored an own goal in the first half and Ryan Winkler added a score in the second half to complete the scoring. Brian Missey and Wes Molyneaux shared the shutout in goal for the 7-2 Tigers. Stats
Cotton notches 300th win in 6-1 victory at Hanover
DePauw head coach Page Cotton earned his 300th career victory at Hanover as the 25th-ranked Tigers topped the Panthers 6-1. J.R. Foster and Andy Cohen each scored two goals with Brendan Landry and Kenneth Cochran adding single scores. Foster assisted on two others with Cohen, Derron Harris and Richie Schreiner each adding one.
Cotton has compiled a 300-152-26 record over his 32 seasons for a .65 winning percentage. Additionally, he has led the Tigers to six NCAA tournaments and 18 consecutive winning seasons. Over the last 15 seasons his teams have won over 74 percent of their contests.
|Cotton's Milestone Victories|
Tigers move back into top 25
The 5-2 Tigers moved back into the Division III rankings after winning two of three last week. Here are the complete Division III rankings from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
DePauw fall to Rhodes, 2-0
The Tigers dropped an SCAC contest to 16th-ranked Rhodes by a 2-0 score as the visiting Lynx scored twice in the second half for the win. Stats
Tigers improve to 5-1 with win in first conference game
DePauw opened SCAC play with a 2-0 shutout win over visiting Hendrix. Andy Cohen and Ryan Winkler scored for the Tigers and Brian Missey recorded his second straight shutout. Stats
DePauw Blanks Wabash, 6-0
The Tigers scored all six goals in the first 44:01 of the contest and held on for the 6-0 win. J.R. Foster scored three goals in the first 19:41 with Richie Schreiner, Ryan Winkler and Brendan Landry adding single scores. DePauw outshot the Little Giants 26-12 including 19-6 in the first half. Brian Missey recorded the shutout. The Tigers are now 4-1 on the season. Stats
Tigers fall to Ohio Wesleyan, 4-2
DePauw spotted the visiting Bishops a 3-0 lead and never recovered in losing, 4-2. Stats
Tigers move to 18th in rankings; face 10th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday
The Tigers moved up four spots to 18th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division III poll. They remain third in the Great Lakes Region behind Wilmington and Ohio Wesleyan. DePauw hosts Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday at 11 a.m. The Battling Bishops are ranked 10th in Division III.
Wittenberg game canceled
The game against Wittenberg at Boswell Field has been canceled due to weather. It will not be rescheduled.
22nd-ranked Tigers blank Quakers
Corbin Sutton and J.R. Foster each scored once and Brian Missey preserved the shutout with 10 saves in the Tigers' 2-0 win over visiting Earlham. Stats
Foster named SCAC Player of the Week
Junior J.R. Foster was named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week after the season's first week of play. Foster had a big weekend in the Tigers' two wins as he scored three times in a 7-1 win over Albion and once in a 3-2 victory over Kalamazoo.
Tigers ranked 22nd in nation and third in first Great Lakes poll
After a 2-0 start, the Tigers have earned a ranking of 22nd in the nation and the number three spot in the first Division III poll by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
DePauw battles back to take 3-2 win over Kalamazoo
Trailing 2-1 in the second half, the Tigers scored twice in a 10-minute span to take a 3-2 win over Kalamazoo. J.R. Foster scored his fourth goal of the weekend just three minutes into the contest. Kalamazoo tied the score later in the half and took the lead in the first eight minutes of the second half. Bryce Skeeters tied the game just 10 second after the Hornets' goal and Kenneth Cochran added the game-winner in the 63rd minute. Game Stats
Tigers open season with 7-1 win over Albion; Foster scores the hat trick
Junior J.R. Foster scored three times to lead the Tigers to a season opening, 7-1 win over Albion in the first game of the Wabash Soccer Classic. Two of the three goals came in the first half as the Tigers held a 3-0 halftime lead. Game Stats
|2000 SCAC Preseason Poll|
Tigers picked in a tie for fourth in SCAC preseason poll
According to a preseason poll of the SCAC coaches, the Tigers are predicted to finish in a tie for fourth in this season's conference race. Trinity is the favorite followed by Rhodes and Centre. DePauw and Sewanee each received 67 points. J.R. Foster was the lone DePauw player selected to the preseason all-conference team.