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Van Andel Stadium Records
The Flying Dutchmen moved to the new Van Andel Soccer Stadium during the 2009 season.
The first men's game, played under the lights on September 29, 2009, was a 1-0 Flying Dutchmen victory over MIAA opponent Albion. The game's lone goal was scored by junior Jeffrey Stusick, assisted by Shaun Groetsema, with 10:42 left in regulation. Sophomore goalkeeper Logan Neil received credit for the shutout. A crowd of 650 fans witnessed the game.
The first Hope/Calvin game at Van Andel Stadium was a classic 1-0 double overtime win by the Flying Dutchmen. Freshman Jeff Ekdom scored in the 106th minute (assisted by Justin Bailey) before a stadium capacity crowd of 1,400 fans.
The largest crowd of the season (1,511) attended the dedication-day game on October 17, 2009. The Flying Dutchmen battled the Kalamazoo Hornets to a scoreless tie.
The Flying Dutchmen posted a 5-1-1 record in their inaugural season at the Van Andel Soccer Stadium. In six of those games, four ended in a 1-0 score (3-1), one at 1-1 and the other a 6-0 Hope win.
Updated thru 2012 season
YEAR-BY-YEAR AT VAN ANDEL STADIUM