2015-2016 Fall Roster

No.
Name
Position
High School
Hometown
0 Ben Hartheimer '19GoalieEdmund Burke School Washington, D.C.

Ben is an Economics major with a Financial Markets concentration.

2015 season highlights: Hartheimer did not play for the Mules in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Ben graduated from the Edmund Burke School, where he played soccer and basketball. He was a four-year soccer all-star, two-time soccer captain, and captained the basketball team his senior year.

1 Dan Carlson '19GoalieMiddlesex School Littleton, Mass.

Dan has a double major in Economics (Financial Markets concentration) and Spanish.

2015 season highlights: Carlson made four starts for the Mules in goal, finishing the year with 315 minutes played and 21 saves.

Before Colby:

Dan graduated with honors from Middlesex School, where he played soccer and basketball. He was an all-state soccer selection.

2 Kyle Douglas '19ForwardLoomis Chaffee School Windsor, Conn.

Kyle majors in Computer Science.

2015 season highlights: Douglas played in 15 games for the Mules, making five starts. Douglas had two goals on 14 shots.

Before Colby:

Kyle graduated from the Loomis Chaffee School, where he was a member of the soccer and wrestling teams. He was an academic honors student.

3 Jansen Aoyama '19DefenderHarriton High Sch Lower Merion Narberth, Pa.

Jansen is an Environmental Policy major and has minors in Anthropology and East Asian Studies.

2015 season highlights: Aoyama played in 15 games for the Mules in his first season, making 12 starts. He scored his first collegiate goal.

Before Colby:

Jansen graduated and played soccer at Harriton High School. He was an honorable mention selection in soccer and an honor roll student.

4 Richie Gutierrez '19MidfielderScarsdale High School Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Richie has a double major in Spanish and Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2015 season highlights: Gutierrez played in 13 games for the Mules, making six starts.

Before Colby:

Richie graduated from Scarsdale High School.

5* Daniel Vogel '16MidfielderNoble and Greenough School Lexington, Mass.

Dan is a Computer Science and Mathematics double major at Colby. He is also a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2015 season highlights: Vogel was a co-captain and started in 14 games for the Mules in his senior season. He finished with three assists and 12 shots.

2014 season highlights: Vogel played in all 16 games for the Mules and started in 14 of them. Dan finished the season with two goals and two assists. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Vogel played in 12 games for the Mules in 2013 and made 10 starts. Dan finished the season with two assists and 15 shots.

2012 season highlights: Vogel played in three games for the Mules in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Dan graduated from Noble and Greenough School and played soccer. Dan was the recipient of the G. Leighton Bridge Award for Excellence in Ceramics.

6 Grady Jendzejec '19DefenderHorace Greeley High School Chappaqua, N.Y.

Grady majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration) and has a minor in Philosophy.

2015 season highlights: Jendzejec started and played in eight games on defense for the Mules in his first season, and finished the year with one assist.

Before Colby:

Grady graduated from Horace Greeley High School, where he was a member of the track and field team. He was an all-county selection in track.

7 David Howarth '19MidfielderMoorestown Friends School Cinnaminson, N.J.

David is a Math Sciences (Statistics concentration) major and has a minor in Managerial Economics.

2015 season highlights: Howarth played in 15 games for the Mules, making 13 starts. He had one assist and six shots on the season.

Before Colby:

David graduated from Moorestown Friends High School and played soccer. He was a two-time All-Friends League selection, an NSCAA Scholar All-American, and a member of the Cum Laude Society.

8 Chandler Smith '18DefenderYarmouth High School Yarmouth, Maine

Chandler has an Educational Studies (Human Development concentration) major and a Chemistry minor. He is also a member of the Colby Outing Club, the Colby Leadership Academy, a Colby Cares About Kids mentor, and a Student Athletic Advisory Committee member.

2015 season highlights: Smith started in 15 games for the Mules, finishing the year with one assist while playing on defense.

2014 season highlights: Chandler played in all 16 games for the Mules in his first season, making 15 starts. Smith finished the season with two goals and 10 shots.

Before Colby:

Chandler graduated from Yarmouth High School, where he played soccer, lacrosse, and tennis. He was a two-time all-conference selection and an all-state selection his senior year.

9 Wyett MacDonald '19ForwardKimball Union Academy Plainfield, N.H.

Wyett has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: MacDonald played in four games for the Mules, making one start.

Before Colby:

Wyett graduated from Kimball Union Academy, where he captained the soccer team his senior year.

10 Cam Clouse '19DefenderWorcester Academy Holliston, Mass.

Cam majors in Biology (Neuroscience concentration).

2015 season highlights: Clouse started in all 11 games in which he played (missed four games due to injury). He finished the season with his first collegiate point on an assist on Colby's overtime goal against Williams College. Cam also had four shots on goal.

Before Colby:

Cam graduated from Worcester Academy, where he played soccer and was valedictorian of his class.

12 Ben Ach '17ForwardGlenbrook South High School Glenview, Ill.

Ben is an Economics-Mathematics with a concentration in Financial Markets, and a Spanish double major. Ben is involved with the Colby Cares About Kids program, the Campus Conversations on Race, and is a Spanish tutor.

2015 season highlights: Ach played in six games for the Mules, making one start. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Ach played in 12 games for the Mules in 2014, making two starts. Ben finished the season with 12 shots. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Ach appeared in two games in his first season with the Mules, finishing the season with one shot.

Before Colby:

Ben is a graduate of Glenbrook South High School (Ill.), where he was a member of the soccer and lacrosse teams. Ben was a member of the National Honor Society, a Glenbrook Scholar, and a scholar-athlete.

13 John Pappas '18GoalieWestminster School West Simsbury, Conn.

John is a History major at Colby. He plays club hockey in the winter.

2016 lacrosse season highlights: Pappas played in 4 games for the Mules in his first season with the team, finishing the year with 1 goal and 2 assists.

2015 soccer season highlights: Pappas started in nine games in goal for the Mules, finishing with a record of 3-4-1. He played 953 minutes, had 48 saves, and four shutouts.

2014 soccer season highlights: Pappas played in four games and started two for the Mules in net in his first season. John finished the year with with a 1.01 goals against average and a save percentage of .824.

Before Colby:

John graduated from the Westminster School and lettered in soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. He was a 2014 All-New England soccer selection.

14 Jeffrey Rosenberg '19ForwardWalt Whitman High School Bethesda, Md.

Jeff majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration) and has a minor in Environmental Studies.

2015 season highlights: Rosenberg played in 12 games in his first season, making three starts. He finished the year with three goals, one assist, and nine shots.

Before Colby:

Jeff graduated from Walt Whitman High School and played soccer. He was also an honor roll student.

15 Aaron Liu '16MidfielderStaples High School Westport, Conn.

Aaron is a Computer Science and Math Science double major with a minor in Chinese. He is also a member of the club hockey team and a junior high tutor.

2015 season highlights: Liu played in 10 games for the Mules, making four starts. Liu finished the season with five shots. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Liu appeared in 12 games for the Mules in 2014 and made six starts. Aaron finished the season with three shots and made the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Liu appeared in three games and made one start in his sophomore season.

Before Colby:

Aaron graduated from Staples High School, where he played soccer and hockey. He was an AP Scholar with honors and an all-state hockey player.

17 Connor Benjamin '18DefenderMedway High School Medway, Mass.

Connor is an Economics (Financial Markets) major and has a minor in Environmental Studies. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and a library student assistant.

2015 season highlights: Benjamin appeared in two games for the Mules in his second season. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Benjamin appeared in one game for the Mules in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Connor graduated from Medway High School and played soccer and tennis.

18 Jacob Tower '19DefenderSammamish High School Bellevue, Wash.

Jacob is undecided on a major at Colby.

2015 men's soccer season highlights: Tower played in 11 games for the Mules, making two starts. He finished the year with six shots.

Before Colby:

Jacob graduated from Sammamish High School, where he was a member of the swim, soccer, and cross country teams. He was named the 2015 Athlete of the Year.

19 Fred Randall '17MidfielderBuckingham Browne & Nichols Sc Medford, Mass.

Fred is an Economics major and and Environmental Studies minor at Colby. He is a Community Adviser on campus.

2015 season highlights: Randall played in 14 games for the Mules, making nine starts. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Randall appeared in 13 games for the Mules in 2014, making seven starts. Fred finished the season with one goal and four shots. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Randall appeared in seven games for the Mules in 2013, making one start. Fred finished the season with two shots.

Before Colby:

Fred graduated from Buckingham Browne & Nichols, where he was a member of the soccer and wrestling teams.

20 Evan Dwyer '18DefenderUnionville High School West Chester, Pa.

Evan is an Environmental Science major at Colby. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and a member of the Colby Leadership Academy.

2015 season highlights: Dwyer played in 14 games for the Mules, making 11 starts. He finished the season with six shots while playing on defense.

2014 season highlights: Dwyer appeared in 13 games for the Mules, making 11 starts. Evan finished the season with one goal and two assists.

Before Colby:

Evan graduated from Unionville High School, where he played soccer and volleyball.

21* Tim Stanton '16DefenderNewton North High School Newtonville, Mass.

Tim is a Government major and an SAT Tutor for local high school students at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Stanton, a co-captain and defender, started in seven games before injury ended his season. He had two goals and four shots in those games. He scored the overtime goal in a victory over Williams. Tim was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team and was the team's NESCAC All-Sportsmanship honoree.

2014 season highlights: Stanton started in 15 games for the Mules in his junior season and finished the year with one goal and one assist.

2013 season highlights: Stanton started in 13 games for the Mules in his second season with the team and finished the year with one goal and five shots.

2012 season highlights: Stanton appeared in five games for the Mules and finished his first season with one shot.

Before Colby:

Tim graduated from Newton North High School, where he played soccer and basketball. He was a two-time Bay State Conference All-Star selection.

22 Brandon Fahlberg '17ForwardLowell High School Lowell, Mass.

Brandon is a Government major at Colby. He is also a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2015 season highlights: Fahlberg played in 15 games for the Mules, making 12 starts. Fahlberg had two assists and 20 shots.

2014 season highlights: Fahlberg played in 15 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, making 12 starts. Brandon finished the season with one goal and two assists, along with 27 shots.

2013 season highlights: Fahlberg appeared in 11 games for the 2013 Mules, making one start and finishing the season with six shots.

Before Colby:

Brandon graduated from Lowell High School, where he played soccer and basketball. He was an all-state soccer selection and MVP of his conference.

23 Jack McGeachie '17Phillips Academy North Reading, Mass.

Jack is a Government and Spanish double major at Colby. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and a member of the Student Advisory Board.

2013 season highlights: McGeachie appeared in 11 games for the Mules, making eight starts. Jack finished the season with 16 shots.

Before Colby:

Jack graduated from Phillips Academy, where he played soccer and ultimate Frisbee.

24 Jefferey Lin '19MidfielderRivers School Natick, Mass.

Jeff had a double major in Economics and East Asian Studies.

2015 season highlights: Lin played in four games for the Mules, making two starts. He finished the year with four shots.

Before Colby:

Jeff graduated from the Rivers School, where he was an All-ISL soccer player and an honor roll student

25 Max Brown '19ForwardChamplain Valley Union HS Williston, Vt.

Max majors in Biology (Neuroscience concentration) and has a minor in Computer Science. He is a member of the Colby Outing Club.

2015 season highlights: Brown played in two games for the Mules in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Max graduated from Champlain Valley Union and played soccer. He was a high honors student and an all-state soccer selection.

26 Cole Turissini '19ForwardRivers School Winchester, Mass.

Cole has a major in Biology and a minor in Math.

2015 season highlights: Turissini saw limited time in his first year.

Before Colby:

Cole graduated from The Rivers School, where he was a member of the soccer, ski, and tennis teams. He was awarded the Math Prize.

27 Luke Andrews '17DefenderFalmouth High School Cumberland, Maine

Luke is a Biology (Neuroscience) major at Colby. He is also a Colby Cares About Kids Mentor and a member of its advisory board.

2015 season highlights: Andrews played on defense for the Mules. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Andrews appeared in nine games for the Mules in 2014, making eight starts. Luke finished the season with two assists and one shot. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Andrews appeared in one game for the Mules in 2013, recording one shot.

Before Colby:

Luke graduated from Falmouth High School, where he was a member of the soccer, alpine skiing, and lacrosse teams. Luke was an AP Scholar and a member of the National Honors Society.

28 Andrew D'Anieri '18DefenderWellesley High School Wellesley, Mass.

Andrew is a Global Studies and History double major at Colby. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor, a sportswriter for the Colby Echo, and a library assistant.

2015 season highlights: D’Anieri saw limited time in for the Mules in his second year with the team. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

Before Colby:

Andrew graduated from Wellesley High School and played soccer. He was an all-league selection, an honor roll student, and a member of the National Honors Society.

29 Aidan Black '18ForwardGreely High School Cumberland Center, Maine

Aidan is an Environmental Policy major and has a minor in Managerial Economics. He is a member of the club hockey team and a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2015 season highlights: Black played in five games for the Mules, making two starts and had one shot.

2014 season highlights: Black appeared in six games for the Mules in his first season.

Before Colby:

Aidan graduated from Greely High School (Maine), where he played soccer and hockey. Aidan was an International Baccalaureate Diploma Student and captain of both teams his senior year.

30 Christian Arita '19MidfielderSt Luke's School Norwalk, Conn.

Christian has a double major in Economics and Spanish.

2015 season highlights: Arita saw limited time in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Christian graduated from St. Luke's School and played four varsity sports.

31 Lucas Pereira '19MidfielderHastings High School Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Lucas intends on majoring in Economics at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Pereira played in 15 games for the Mules, making five starts. He finished the season with two goals, two assists, and 20 shots.

Before Colby:

Lucas graduated from Hastings High School and played soccer.

32 Tyler Mulberry '19GoalieLoomis Chaffee School Middletown, Conn.

Tyler is an Economics (Financial Markets) major.

2016 season highlights: Mulberry played in 7 games for the Mules in his first season, finishing the year with 3 hits, 1 RBI, and 23 put outs with no errors.

2015 soccer season highlights: Mulberry started two games for the Mules in goal, finishing the season with a record of 0-1-1, 200 minutes played, and nine saves.

Before Colby:

Tyler graduated with high honors from Loomis Chaffee School where he played soccer and baseball. He was a National Merit Scholar, the Frederick R. Davidson Scholarship recipient, and captain in both baseball and soccer as a senior.

33 Garrett Dickey '19DefenderEaglecrest High School Centennial, Colo.

Garrett majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2015 season highlights: Dickey played in six games for the Mules while making one start. He had two shots on the season.

Before Colby:

Garrett graduated from Eaglecrest High School, where he played soccer, football, and basketball. He was an all-conference first team selection.


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