2012 Men's Soccer
 

2012 Men's Soccer

Record: 16-3-2 Home: 7-1-2 Away: 8-2 Neutral: 1-0 KCAC: 9-0
 
 
 
 
 
Mike Dibbini
 
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Mike Dibbini - Director of Soccer Programs / Head Coach - 8th Season
Phone: 785-827-5541 x. 2111
Email: dibbini@kwu.edu
 
Mike Dibbini has been coaching at Kansas Wesleyan since the 2005 season. He has compiled a combined 208-60-23 men's and women's overall record in six seasons.
 
In seven years, the men's team has compiled an overall record of 102-32-9 and has finished at or near the top of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference each season. The Coyotes won regular season KCAC championships in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011; conference tournament championships in 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011; and has made back-to-back-to-back appearances in the NAIA National Championships in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
 
The men qualified for the NAIA Region IV Tournament twice, and were consistently ranked in the top five in the region. In 2006, the men cracked the NAIA Top 25 for the first time in program history. Dibbini has been named the KCAC Men's Soccer Coach of the Year five times, in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011.
 
Prior to coaching at KWU, Dibbini was the Boys' and Girls' Soccer Coach at Salina Central High School from 1999-2006. In 2006, he was named the AVCTL Division I Coach of the Year. In 1999, he received the Kansas State Youth Soccer Boys Coach of the Year award.
 
He holds an NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma and USSF National Coaching License. He is also the Director of Coaching and Player Development for the Salina Soccer Club, and is currently on staff as the Head Boys' Coach for the Kansas Olympic Development Program (ODP).
 
Dibbini graduated in 1999 from Kansas Wesleyan University with a degree in Elementary Education, and continued on to earn a Master of Business Administration in 2002.
 
As a player at KWU and in junior college at Bethany Lutheran (Minn.) College, Dibbini was a four-time (twice at KWU and twice at BLC) All-Conference, All-Region, and All-American. In 1997, Dibbini was ranked number two in the NAIA for goals scored and offensive points. He was also named to the NAIA Academic All-Region team in 1997 and the National Small College Player of the Year 1997.
 
Originally from Palmdale, Calif., Dibbini was a First Team All-CIF selection twice, CIF Player of the Year, and Golden League Player of the Year twice at Palmdale High School.
 
Coach Dibbini and his wife, Trina, also a 2002 graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, currently reside in Salina, with their children Jada and Kadin.
 
 
 
 
 
 
2012 Men's Soccer Roster
 
#NameCl.Pos.Ht.Wt.HometownPrevious School
RSJuan De Arcos*SRM5-10170Hawthorne, Calif.LA Harbor College (Calif.)
RSAlfonso Fombona*SRD6-0175Los Angeles, Calif.LA Harbor College (Calif.)
0Francisco MarmolejoJRGK5-10180Phoenix, Ariz.Gateway CC (Ariz.)
00Alberto RodriguezFRGK6-0160Palmdale, Calif.Palmdale HS
RSGeovanni Rodriguez*JRM5-4145Los Angeles, Calif.East LA College (Calif.)
1Alex MontielSOGK6-0150La Puente, Calif.Los Altos HS
2Paul AkumbuJRM5-8150Bamenda, CameroonLA Harbor College (Calif.)
3Ryan FarrellFRD6-1145Celbridge, IrelandSalesian College Celbridge
4Joe BondioFRM5-9130Lancaster, Calif.Desert Christian HS
5Diego MartinezSRM5-7135Norwalk, Calif.East LA College (Calif.)
6Diego CoconJRM5-9180Los Angeles, Calif.Mt. San Antonio College (Calif.)
7Jorge OsegueraSRM5-7155Oxnard, Calif.Pacifica HS
8Edgar Toco-AyalaSRD6-0175Santa Monica, Calif.East LA College (Calif.)
9Robert CarrollJRM6-1175Redlands, Calif.San Bernardino Valley College (Cali
10Bernard ReneSRM6-1180Canberra, AustraliaCloud CC (Kan.)
11Phillip PeraltaSRD5-7150Barstow, Calif.Victor Valley College (Calif.)
12Jose VelascoSRF6-0180Adelanto, Calif.Victor Valley College (Calif.)
13Jeremy CarrollJRF6-1180Redlands, Calif.San Bernardino Valley College (Cali
14Francisco CanteroSRD5-7145Pasadena, Calif.Pasadena City College (Calif.)
15Jonathan Von BrockeFRM6-0160Buenos Aires, ArgentinaGoethe Schule
16Jose CanoFRM6-0155Chihuahua, MexicoESFER Salesianos
18Salvador RosalesJRF5-9160Los Angeles, Calif.Mt. San Antonio College (Calif.)
19Benjamin ZvikFRD5-10140Buenos Aires, ArgentinaEcos Escuela Secundaria
20Daniel ChanceJRD5-10170Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
21Javier CervantesSRF5-9185Hollywood, Calif.East LA College (Calif.)
22Ryan IngrassiaJRF5-9165Salina, Kan.Salina Central HS
23Francisco BaezFRM5-8140Burbank, Calif.John Burroughs HS
24Sebastian AngeliniFRD6-2155Buenos Aires, ArgentinaSt. Mary's International College
25Ricardo RaygozaSRM5-9160Los Angeles, Calif.East LA College (Calif.)
26Nicolas ParraFRD6-0180Rio Negro, ArgentinaInstituto Nugstra Senora Del Rosari
27Eric GulczynskiJRM5-10150Litchfield Park, Ariz.Paradise Valley CC (Ariz.)
28Johnny AlemanJRM5-11155Inglewood, Calif.LA Harbor College (Calif.)
29Corey NietoFRF5-8155Palmdale, Calif.Palmdale HS
30Rayce MahlandtJRD5-7140Derby, Kan.Pratt CC (Kan.)
31Brandon GilJRD6-0180Salina, Kan.Salina South HS
32Roy KimFRM5-11160Buenos Aires, Argentina
33Matt SchmutzerFRD5-11170La Crescenta, Calif.Crescenta Valley HS
34Eddie FrancoFRD5-10170Salina, Kan.Salina South HS
38Briant ReyesSRF6-0180Downey, Calif.Cerritos College (Calif.)
* Redshirt
Mike Dibbini - Director of Soccer Programs / Head Coach - 8th season
Gabe Romo - Assistant Coach - 2nd season
Jacob Plocher - Assistant Coach - 1st season
Johnna Klohoker - Assistant Coach - 2nd season
Roy Brown - Recruiting Assistant - 3rd season
BT Blondeel-Timmerman - Recruiting Assistant - 7th season