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Schedule 8/30

@ Kenyon College

5:00

831

@ Denison University

3:00

9/4

@ Wittenberg University

7:00

9/7

ST. MARYS COLLEGE

2:00

9/11

COLLEGE OF MOUNT ST. JOSEPH

7:00

9/14

@ College of Wooster

2:00

9/18

EARLHAM COLLEGE

7:00

9/21

FRANKLIN COLLEGE

7:00

9/25

OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

5:00

9/28

MANCHESTER COLLEGE

7:00

\10/5

@ Muskingum University *

4:30

10/8

HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY *

7:00

10/12

UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION *

7:00

10/16

CAPITAL UNIVERSITY *

7:00

10/19

@ Baldwin Wallace University *

4:30

10/22

OTTERBEIN UNIVERSITY *

7:00

10/26

MARIETTA COLLEGE *

4:30

10/30

@ Ohio Northern University *

TBA

11/2

@ John Carroll University *

TBA

Home games denoted in bold * Denotes Ohio Athletic Conference game

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Quick Facts/TOC TABLE OF CONTENTS

WILMINGTON COLLEGE QUICK FACTS

Season Preview ................................................................. 3 Roster ............................................................................. 4 Head Coach Steve Spirk ....................................................... 5 Assistant Coaches ............................................................. 6 Veteran Profiles ............................................................ 7-10 Newcomer Profiles . .......................................................... 10 2012 Recap ....................................................................... 11 2012 Stats . ...................................................................... 12 All-Time Results . ......................................................... 14-16 Record Book ................................................................ 17-18 Charlie Gilhart Field .......................................................... 19 Wilmington Facilities ....................................................... 20 Athletics Staff . ................................................................ 21 Athletic Training .............................................................. 22 Student Life .................................................................... 23 About Wilmington ........................................................... 25 Wilmington Admissions ................................................... 26

CREDITS The 2013 Wilmington College Women’s Media Guide is produced and edited by the Wilmington College Sports Information Department EDITOR/DESIGNER: Jayson Ameer Rasheed EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Sahe Wright, Rachel Gutowski, Sammy Koerner PHOTOGRAPHS: Randy Sarvis GRAPHICS: Linda Duran-O’Malley, Jayson Ameer Rasheed

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Location ........................................... Wilmington, Ohio 45177 Founded ..................................................................... 1870 Religious Affiliation............................ Relig. Society of Friends Nickname ................................................... Fightin’ Quakers Colors ........................................................ Green and White Enrollment ................................................................. 1,200 Stadium . ...................................... Charlie Gilhart Field (1,100) Surface.................................................................... Natural Conference . .................................................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation......................................................... NCAA Div. III President ..................................................... James Reynolds Director of Athletics ...........................................Terry Rupert Office Phone . ................................. 937-382-6661, Ext. 255 Faculty Ath. Rep.................................................. Bill Kincaid Head Coach ....................................................... Steve Spirk Alma Mater ............................................ Wilmington, ‘82 Office Phone . ................................ 937-382-6661 ext. 262 Career Record .................................. 260-123-31 (21 years) 2012 Record .............................................................. 12-7-1 2012 OAC Record .......................................................... 5-4 Campus Web site ............................... www.wilmington.edu Sports Information Sports Info. Director............................ Jayson Ameer Rasheed Office Phone ....................................... 937-382-6661, Ext. 347 Office Fax ...................................................... 937-383-8557 Cell Phone ...................................................... 513-578-9388 E-mail ................................ ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu Web site ................................. www.wilmingtonquakers.com

ON THE COVER Seniors Rachel Gutowski (18), Sammy Koerner, Sammi Miller, Bonnie Grace and Jenni Marck along with junior Camille Gentile hopes to push WC back to OAC prominence.

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Season Preview

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inding the back of the net against Wilmington in 2012 was a feat in itself as the Quakers recorded 10 shutouts and allowed 20 goals in the team’s 20 games. Things in 2013 should be no different.

“I feel very confident that we have a lot of competition, whether it’s a returning goalkeeper or a new goalkeeper, to give us the balance and the strength we need at that position,” said Spirk.

“Defense has always been a staple of our program, and will continue to be,” said Wilmington head coach Steve Spirk. “Our challenge this season is finding enough offense as we are replacing two of our top three scorers. We have the players that are fully capable, they just have to prove it in games.”

After scoring five goals, three of which were game winners, sophomore Rachelle Bowen (Xenia, OH/Xenia) will be the top returning goal scorer. She is slated to make the move to full-time starter after starting in just six games last season. Another sophomore, Lauren Lewis (Wilmington, OH/ Wilmington), returns after scoring four goals with three assists, while junior Camille Gentile (Brownsburg, IN/ Brownsburg) (four goals, two assists) also comes back.

Three-time All-OAC honoree Rachel Gutowski (Petoskey, MI/ Petoskey) leads the talented corps of defenders. She will be joined by a trio of seniors in Bonnie Grace (Wyoming, OH/ Wyoming), Jenni Marck (Cincinnati, OH/Wyoming) and Sammi Miller (West Chester, OH/Lakota East). Marck and Grace started 20 and 19 games, respectively, while Miller started the first eight before being lost for the rest of the season with an injury. Juniors Caroline Guindon (Barnesville, OH/St. Clairsville) and Stephanie Robinson (Middletown, OH/Madison), along with sophomores Erika Good (Miamisburg, OH/Miamisburg) and Ashley Stockton (Waynesville, OH/Waynesville) will bolster the defense. The experience lent by possibly have four seniors in the back is not lost on Spirk. “Having a strong and experienced defense, which I feel we will, will be a key to our season,” he said. Wilmington, however, will have to find a replacement in goal with junior Taylor Franklin (Delaware, OH/Rutherford B. Hayes) as the lone returner between the pipes. Franklin played in seven games with five starts, allowing four goals in a little more than 515 minutes. She was 5-1 on the season with a save percentage of .810. Freshmen Leah Bench (Elmore, OH/Woodmore) and Grace Hignite (Englewood, OH/Northmont), along with sophomore Ashley Gorman (Creston, OH/Norwayne) are expected to compete for the starting position.

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“I think every year you look for players to step up and score goals,” said Spirk. “I feel confident someone will step up into that role. I think we will be able to score goals from a lot of different areas, whether its midfield, strikers, and with a number of different personnel. I feel very confident about the group we have coming in.” Juniors Brooke Lamb (Waynesville, OH/Clinton-Massie), Lauren Hamrock (Beavercreek, OH/Beavercreek), and Angela Phillips (Union, OH/Northmont), along with senior Paij Shelton (Hillsboro, OH/Hillsboro), freshman Sarah Titterington (Sidney, OH/Lehman Catholic) and freshman Taylor Scott (Lynchburg, OH/Lynchburg) are some players that could add to the offensive attack. An honorable mention All-OAC selection, Gentile, will be a key lynchpin in holding the midfield together. She will be joined by senior Sammy Koerner (Fairfield, OH/Hamilton Badin), junior Emily Noskowiak (Westerville, OH/Westerville), and sophomore Kala Fox (Ashland, OH/Ashland). Freshmen Morgan Combs (Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe), Ashlynn Huon (Cincinnati, OH) and Savanna Compton (Springfield, OH/Greenon) will all press for minutes. “We have a lot of experience in the midfield,” said Spirk. “We have some good young players that will be able to compete for playing time. The key for us is depth. I think we are going to have very good depth.”

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Roster

00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 25 27 28 29 30

Taylor Franklin Grace Hignite Leah Bench Morgan Combs Ashlynne Huon Caroline Guindon Rachelle Bowen Lauren Lewis Sammy Koerner Camille Gentile Emily Noskowiak Brooke Lamb Erika Good Sarah Titterington Bonnie Grace Stephanie Robinson Lauren Hamrock Sara Bishop Rachel Gutowski Angela Phillips Paij Shelton Jenni Marck Sammi Miller Savanna Compton Ashley Stockton Taylor Scott Kala Fox Ashley Gorman

Jr. GK Fr. GK Fr. GK Fr. MF Fr. MF Jr. D So. F So. F Sr. MF Jr. MF Jr. MF Jr. F So. D Fr. F Sr. D Jr. D Jr. MF Jr. D Sr. D Jr. F Sr. F Sr. D Sr. D Fr. MF So. MF Fr. F So. MF So. MF/GK

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5-9 Delaware, OH / Rutherford B. Hayes 5-7 Clayton, OH / Northmont 5-5 Elmore, OH / Woodmore 5-3 Tipp City, OH / Tippecanoe Cincinnati, OH / 5-4 Barnesville, OH / St. Clairsville 5-3 Xenia, OH / Xenia 5-4 Wilmington, OH / Wilmington 5-2 Fairfield, OH / Hamilton Badin 5-0 Brownsburg, IN / Brownsburg 5-3 Westerville, OH / South 5-4 Waynesville, OH / Clinton-Massie 5-5 Miamisburg, OH / Miamisburg 5-5 Sidney, OH / Lehman Catholic 5-4 Wyoming, OH / Wyoming 5-9 Middletown, OH / Madison 5-4 Beavercreek, OH / Beavercreek 5-10 Fairfield, OH / Fairfield 5-5 Petoskey, MI / Petoskey 5-3 Union, OH / Northmont 5-2 Hillsboro, OH / Hillsboro 5-5 Cincinnati, OH / Wyoming 5-4 West Chester, OH / Lakota East 5-3 Springfield, OH / Greenon 5-4 Waynesville, OH / Waynesville 5-5 Enon, OH / Greenon 5-8 Ashland, OH / Hillsdale 5-4 Creston, OH / Norwayne

1 17 5 2 25 29 00 9 12 30 14 4 18 16 0 3 7 11 6 22 23 10 19 15 28 21 27 13

Leah Bench Sara Bishop Rachelle Bowen Morgan Combs Savanna Compton Kala Fox Taylor Franklin Camille Gentile Erika Good Ashley Gorman Bonnie Grace Caroline Guindon Rachel Gutowski Lauren Hamrock Grace Hignite Ashlynne Huon Sammy Koerner Brooke Lamb Lauren Lewis Jenni Marck Sammi Miller Emily Nostowiak Angie Phillips Stephanie Robinson Taylor Scott Paij Shelton Ashley Stockton Sarah Titterington

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Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr.

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Head Coach

S

teve Spirk has established himself as one of the top coaches in collegiate soccer. Under his guidance, the Quakers made their seventh straight appearance in the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament in 2012. Winning is the standard, not the exception, in Spirk’s life in soccer — both as a player and coach. As a prep star at Northmont High School in Dayton, he was a three-time All-Ohio selection. He continued his playing career at Wilmington College, where he was a four-time NAIA All-American. From 1977 to 1980, Spirk racked up numbers that have stood the test of time. His name is still atop virtually every WC statistical category, including career goals (74), career assists (43), career points (191), single-season points (57 and 54) and season goals (22 twice). No player had a bigger role in the genesis of Wilmington College soccer than Spirk. His Wilmington squads of the late ’70s compiled a 53-15-3 (.768) record as the WC men’s team grew to national prominence. In 1996, Spirk’s accomplishments were acknowledged by his induction into the NAIA Hall of Fame. By that time, Spirk also was making a name for himself in the coaching ranks. Spirk took over a Wilmington team in 1992 that had suffered through back-to-back losing seasons. In 1993, Wilmington finished 17-3-0 and the 1994 team went 19-3-0 and made the school’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA National Tournament.

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And the winning has continued. In more that 20 seasons on the Wilmington sideline, Spirk has put together a 248-116-30 record, qualified for six NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Sweet 16 three times. Getting back to the NCAA remains atop the Quakers’ set of goals. “I love this game. I knew early I was going to remain involved with soccer,” Spirk said. “Being part of the game is important to me, and I have learned over time that every year is a fresh start. You don’t dwell on past years — you build on them.” A 1992 Wilmington College Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, Spirk has earned the respect of his coaching peers, both regionally and across the nation. He was the Association of Mideast Colleges Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 and the OAC Coach of the Year in 2001 and 2003. He was named the Mideast Region Coach of the Year and finalist for National Coach of the Year in 1994 and 1996. Spirk’s teams are as good in the classroom as they are on the field. His teams have earned the Women’s Collegiate Team Academic Award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America 16 of the past 18 years. The Lady Quakers are epitome of student-athletes. “When we recruit good athletes, we’re looking for the top students who also excel on the soccer field,” Spirk said. “It’s very rare that we get a player who doesn’t have the same kind of success academically as they do on the soccer pitch. It’s really something that we expect to achieve every year.” Spirk also is WC’s director of athletic development. He lives in Wilmington, and has three sons, Jacob, Ben and Sam.

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Assistants Bob Dessecker

Krista Kalkoff

Bob Dessecker has been an assistant coach of the women’s soccer team since 1998. His primary duties for the squad are to provide scouting reports on potential soccer recruits and scouting reports on future WC opponents. Dessecker was a high school coach for 13 years before coming to Wilmington. He was an assistant at Northmont High School from 1984 until 1989 from where he was promoted to varsity coach from 1990-93. During his tenure at Northmont, he was involved in four state championship teams. In his 13 years as high school coach, his teams never had a losing season. He also was the varsity coach at Springboro High School from 1995 to 1997. “Bob is our chief scout. He does a lot of our recruiting during the fall, spring and summer,” head coach Steve Spirk said. Dessecker resides in Beavercreek. He is employed by LexisNexis in Miamisburg and works in the data center.

Bob Dessecker has been an assistant coach of the women’s soccer team since 1998. His primary duties for the squad are to provide scouting reports on potential soccer recruits and scouting reports on future WC opponents. Dessecker was a high school coach for 13 years before coming to Wilmington. He was an assistant at Northmont High School from 1984 until 1989 from where he was promoted to varsity coach from 1990-93. During his tenure at Northmont, he was involved in four state championship teams. In his 13 years as high school coach, his teams never had a losing season. He also was the varsity coach at Springboro High School from 1995 to 1997. “Bob is our chief scout. He does a lot of our recruiting during the fall, spring and summer,” head coach Steve Spirk said. Dessecker resides in Beavercreek. He is employed by LexisNexis in Miamisburg and works in the data center.

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Player Profiles #5 l Rachelle Bowen

#17 l Sarah Bishop

Sophomore l F l 5-3 Xenia, OH l Xenia

Junior l D l 5-10 Fairfield, OH l Fairfield

NOTES: Rachelle has explosive speed and tough hard nose tenacity to go with it. She has the ability to score big goals in big games. Will have a big role for us in the attack.

NOTES: Sara continues to work hard and improve every year. She has good size and plays very physical. Will support and challenge for playing time in defense.

GP 2012 20 Career 20

GP 2011 2 2012 2 Career 4

GS 6 6

Shots G 9 5 9 5

A 1 1

Pts 11 11

Shots G 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

#00 l Taylor Franklin

#20 l Kala Fox

Junior l GK l 5-9 Delaware, OH l Rutherford B. Hayes

Sophomore l MF l 5-8 Ashland, OH l Hillsdale NOTES: Kala has shown much improvement from her freshman year and is learning the college game quickly. She works extremely hard and has great attitude about the game. She has good size and will compete for playing time in the midfield.

NOTES: Taylor has shown great improvement in her ability every season. She is a very good leader in the goal and provides us with depth in the goalkeeping position.

GP 2012 2 Career 2

GP 2011 0 2012 7 Career 7

GS 0 0

Shots G 1 0 1 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

GS 0 5 5

Min. Svs 0 0 515 17 515 17

GA 0 4 4

So 0 3.1 3.1

#12 l Erika Good

#9 l Camille Gentile

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GS 0 0 0

Junior l MF l 5-0 Brownsburg, IN l Brownsburg

Sophomore l D l 5-4 Miamisburg, OH l Miamisburg

NOTES: Camille is a captain this year because of her on the field leadership and direction. She has the ability to score goals and defend.

NOTES: Erika is one of our most versatile players. She does a great job in both defense and the midfield. Our best header on the team. Coming off of a great freshman year. Looking for big things from her.

GP 2011 20 2012 20 Career 40

GP 2012 20 Career 20

GS 17 20 37

Shots G 31 3 28 4 59 7

A 0 2 2

Pts 6 10 16

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GS 7 7

Shots G 1 1 1 1

A 3 3

Pts 16 16

Player Profiles #30 l Ashley Gorman

#14 l Bonnie Grace

Sophomore l MF l 5-4 Creston, OH l Norwayne

Senior l D l 5-4 Wyoming, OH l Wyoming

NOTES: Ashley is one of our hardest working and loyal players. She will do anything for the team. She has played both field and goalkeeper and may do the same this season.

NOTES: onnie comes into her senior year having played both defense and midfield. Reads the game well, makes great runs down the flank, and is a 90 min. player. Will be a important player for us this season.

GP 2012 2 Career 2

GP 2010 9 2011 14 2012 20 Career 42

GS 0 0

Shots G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

#4 l Caroline Guindon

GS 0 10 19 29

Shots G 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

#18 l Rachel Gutowski

Junior l D l 5-4 Barnesville, OH l St. Clairsville

Senior l D l 5-5 Petoskey, MI l Petoskey

NOTES: Caroline has worked very hard to become an every game player. She is our most fit player. She will do a great job in the midfield this year.

NOTES: Rachel is the heart and soul of our team! She is the leader on the field and is a fierce warrior! She is a tough defender, and can make things happen on corners and free kicks. Looking for a great senior year.

GP 2011 13 2012 13 Career 26

GP 2010 20 2011 20 2012 19 Career 59

GS 0 1 1

Shots G 0 0 2 0 2 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

#16 l Lauren Hamrock

GS 20 20 19 59

Shots G 27 1 25 2 28 3 80 6

A 4 4 3 11

Pts 6 8 9 23

#7 l Sammy Koerner

Junior l MF l 5-5 Beavercreek, OH l Beavercreek

Senior l MF l 5-2 Fairfield, OH l Hamilton Badin

NOTES: Lauren has become a very tough and hard- working midfielder for us. She can score goals and play tough defense and is good in the air. She has worked extremely hard in the off-season and it shows.

NOTES: Sammy has the ability and experience to control and run our midfield. She has the skill to score goals, assist and can play strong defense.

GP 2011 18 2012 17 Career 35

GP 2010 20 2011 6 2012 20 Career 46

GS 2 13 15

Shots G 10 1 5 0 15 1

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A 0 1 1

Pts 2 1 3

GS 17 0 20 37

Shots G 28 1 5 1 22 2 55 4

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A 1 1 1 3

Pts 3 3 5 11

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Player Profiles #11 l Brooke Lamb

#6 l Lauren Lewis

Junior l F l 5-4 Waynesville, OH l Clinton-Massie NOTES: Brooke is one the hardest working players that we have. Has good speed and a strong shot. Looking for her to provide strong play from midfield and score some goals.

NOTES: Lauren is a goal scorer. She has skill, speed and a nose for the goal. She is a tough competitor and makes things happen. Will have a big role for us in the attack.

GP 2011 15 2012 18 Career 33

GP 2012 18 Career 18

GS 0 2 2

Shots G 3 0 14 2 17 2

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 5 5

GS 7 7

Shots G 35 4 35 4

A 3 3

Pts 11 11

#19 l Angie Phillips

#22 l Jenni Marck Senior l D l 5-5 Cincinnati, OH l Wyoming

Junior l F l 5-3 Union, OH l Northmont

NOTES: Jenni is one of our most valuable players. She is a great defender and has the ability to get forward. She is dangerous on set plays and can score goals. Looking for a great senior year from her.

NOTES: Angie continues to improve and will provide us with her skill and ability to score goals. She is a good passer and can bring the ball under control as well as anyone on the team. Looking for a big year from Angie.

GP 2010 20 2011 20 2012 20 Career 60

GP 2011 10 2012 11 Career 21

GS 20 4 20 44

Shots G 10 0 10 1 15 2 35 3

A 2 0 1 3

Pts 2 2 5 9

#10 l Emily Noskowiak Junior l MF l 5-3 Westerville, OH l Westerville South

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Sophomore l F l 5-4 Wilmington, OH l Wilmington

GS 0 0 0

Shots G 2 0 7 0 9 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

#21 l Paij Shelton Senior l F l 5-2 Hillsboro, OH l Hillsboro

NOTES: Emily will provide us with good play in the midfield. She has shown good improvement coming into her third season. Recovering from foot surgery to start the year.

NOTES: Paij has worked extremely hard during her four years and it has all paid off! Her senior year will be capped by helping lead this team as a captain and be a main player for us in the attack. Paij has the ability to score scrappy goals and can play good defense.

GP 2011 7 2012 13 Career 20

GP 2010 10 2011 15 2012 20 Career 45

GS 0 0 0

Shots G 0 0 1 0 1 0

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 1 1

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GS 0 0 1 1

Shots G 1 0 0 0 7 1 8 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 2 2

Player Profiles #27 l Ashley Stockton

Sophomore l D l 5-4 Waynesville, OH l Waynesville NOTES: Ashley was a starter in the defense and a 90 min. player last year and will be in that same role again this season. She reads the game well and has the experience to help us be successful. She has good skill and a touch defender. GP 2012 16 Career 16

GS 12 12

Shots G 3 0 3 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

#1 l Leah Bench Freshman l GK l 5-5 Elmore, OH l Woodmore NOTES: Leah has the potential to be a very good college goalkeeper. She has size and is a good shot stopper. She will continue to develop and work hard for us.

#2 l Morgan Combs Freshman l MF l 5-3 Tipp City, OH l Tippecanoe NOTES: Morgan has been the surprise of the season for us. After taking a year off from the game she has come in and worked very hard. She will provide much needed depth in the defense.

#25 l Savanna Compton Freshman l MF l 5-3 Springfield, OH l Greenon NOTES: Savanna is a strong player with good speed. Works hard and has a good attitude. Good addition to our program. Will compete for playing time in midfield.

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#0 l Grace Hignite Freshman l GK l 5-7 Clayton, OH l Northmont NOTES: Grace has the potential to be a very good college goalkeeper. She has the right combination of athleticism and technical ability. Her future looks bright.

#3 l Ashlynne Huon Freshman l MF l 5-5 Madeira, OH l Madeira NOTES: Ashlynne has great quickness and skill. She can play anywhere in the midfield. Has the ability to score goals and is a tough defender.

#28 l Taylor Scott Freshman l F l 5-5 Enon, OH l Greenon NOTES: Taylor comes to us after a very successful HS career. She has the ability to score goals. She has good speed and a good shot. Will be needed to give us depth in the attack as she adjusts to the college game.

#13 l Sarah Titterington Freshman l F l 5-5 Troy, OH l Lehman Catholic NOTES: Sarah is one of our best new players coming in. She reads the game well. Has the ability to make great runs, connect passes and can score goals. Will be a great addition to our program this year.

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2013 Recap

T

he season got off to a tremendous start for the Lady Quakers, as they didn’t allow a goal until the seventh game of the season. The six shutouts to start the season were a Wilmington modern-day record for most shutouts to open a year. WC finished the season with 10 shutouts. Just went things were seemingly going well for Wilmington, fresh off an 8-0 victory over Muskingum to open OAC play, the proverbial wheels fell off. The Lady Quakers lost three straight games and were suddenly 1-3 in the league. Not only did they already have three OAC losses, the top three teams were still ahead. Increasing the level of competition seemed to lift WC’s performance as they defeated top-ranked Otterbein and the second-seed Baldwin-Wallace in consecutive games to get back into the tournament picture. The picture wasn’t completed clear until freshman Rachelle Bowen’s overtime goal in the season-finale against John Carroll. “We feel our women’s soccer program made some exciting strides this season toward becoming one of the top teams in the OAC again and to achieve our goals of winning a championship, getting back to the NCAA Tournament,” said head coach Steve Spirk. “We have a great returning group of talented players and the future looks bright. We are looking forward to the 2013 season.” For the second straight year, senior Sarah Watters and junior Rachel Gutowski earned second-team All-OAC, while sophomore Camille Gentille was named honorable mention.

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Gutowski, who is a three-time honoree, also earned honorable mention laurels as a freshman. A team captain, the defender started all 19 games she played in. The junior finished the season with three goals, two of which were game winners, and three assists. For the second consecutive season, Watters led the Lady Quakers in goals and points. With the six goals this season, she finishes her WC career with 16 goals. Her three assists were tied for second best on the team. Watters added two game-winning goals this season. Gentile was one of three players to start all 20 games, and one of four players to appear in all 20 games for Wilmington. She was third on the team with four goals, but it was defense in the midfield that was key for the Lady Quakers. Three players, Watters, Kayla Falkenbach and Hannah Riffel completed their eligibility. “Our three seniors will be greatly missed for their spirited play, leadership and for setting the standard in the classroom,” said Spirk. The women’s soccer team led the way academically. They had a school-high five members honored by the OAC. Junior Bonnie Grace ad the second-highest GPA of any studentathlete with a 3.94. She was joined on the All-Academic Honor Roll by senior Kayla Falkenbach, sophomore Caroline Guindon, sophomore Lauren Hamrock and sophomore Angela Phillips.

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2013 Stats

The Automated ScoreBook For Soccer Wilmington College Combined Team Statistics (as of Apr 26, 2013) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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09-01-12 09-02-12 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep 13 09-15-12 Sep 16 09-22-12 Sep 25 Sep 29 Oct 03 Oct 06 10/10/12 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 27 Oct 29

Opponent vs Franklin vs Rose-Hulman WITTENBERG at Anderson at Manchester Uni. at Mount St. Joseph at Bluffton University WOOSTER at Defiance at Ohio Wesleyan MUSKINGUM at Heidelberg Univ. at Mount Union at Capital University BALDWIN-WALLACE at Marietta College at Otterbein University OHIO NORTHERN JOHN CARROLL at Ohio Northern

OVERALL 12-7-1 5-4 7-3-1

W W W W To2 W W L W L W L L L W W W L Wot L

Score 2-0 1-0 1-0 10-0 0-0 2-0 3-1 2-3 3-0 1-3 8-0 0-1 2-3 1-2 2-0 2-1 2-0 1-2 3-2 0-2

Att. 50 150 105 50 89 175 250 78 50 75 175 85 237 163 210 62 147 212 112 68

& OAC Tournament TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

WILM-W

OPP

46-356 2.30 .129 192-356 .539 17.8 108 1-1

20-150 1.00 .133 85-150 .567 7.5 47 0-0

2 0

4 0

892 6/149 2/100

1451 12/121

HOME 4-2 3-1 1-1 ##

Player

21 5 6 8 9 18 13 7 24 22 11 19 28 3 20 16 27 26 12 4 10 29 14 15 17 30 25 0 01 00

Sarah Watters Rachelle Bowen Lauren Lewis Lauren Price Camille Gentile Rachel Gutowski Kayla Falkenbach Sammy Koerner Erika Good Jenni Marck Brooke Lamb Angela Phillips Paij Shelton Liz Elson Amber Kiley Lauren Hamrock Ashley Stockton Taylor Miller Sammi Miller Caroline Guindon Emily Noskowiak Kala Fox Bonnie Grace Stephanie Robinson Sara Bishop Ashley Gorman Kristin Huff Sarah Stauffer 01 Taylor Franklin Total Opponents

Goalie 00 Taylor Franklin 0 Sarah Stauffer 1 Hannah Riffel ##

Total Opponents Goals by Period Wilmington College Opponents Shots by Period Wilmington College Opponents

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AWAY 6-5-1 2-3 4-2-1

NEUTRAL 2-0 0-0 2-0

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.095 34 .540 2 .128 19 .487 3 .114 14 .400 1 .156 26 .812 1 .143 14 .500 0 .107 13 .464 2 .091 13 .591 0 .091 13 .591 1 .062 6 .375 0 .133 4 .267 1 .143 10 .714 0 .000 6 .857 0 .143 4 .571 0 .667 5 .833 1 .400 2 .400 0 .000 1 .200 0 .000 2 .667 0 .500 2 1.000 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .129 192 .539 12 .133 85 .567 7

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Saves by Period Wilmington College Opponents

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35 68

30 75

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Corners by Period Wilmington College Opponents

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OT

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44 24

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Fouls by Period Wilmington College Opponents

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65 69

82 79

0 2

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3.1 6.0 0.1 10 3

Total 46 20 Total 356 150 Total 65 146 Total 108 47 Total 147 152

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All-time Results 1983 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 3-9-1 1 Oberlin 3 6 Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 Mount St. Joseph 5 1 Xavier 6 0 Denison 4 1 Ohio State 3 5 Kenyon 1 0 Morehead State 5 0 Miami 2 2 Morehead State 4 0 Wooster 0 8 Earlham 1 1984 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 13-5-3 2 Oakland 1 7 Wheeling 0 11 W.W.C 0 8 Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 Denison 0 3 Kenyon 0 2 Mount St. Joseph 2 6 Case Western Res. 0 4 Wooster 0 2 Xavier 3 0 Dayton 0 1 Ohio State 2 3 Miami 4 6 Oakland 0 2 Oberlin 2 0 Miami 4 3 Dayton 1 1 Quincy 0 0 Metro State 1 1985 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 14-4-2 3 Oberlin 0 3 Canisus 2 1 Buffalo State 5 1 Wisconsin 1 10 Wheeling 0 3 Kenyon 2 1 Xavier 4 0 Dayton 1 4 Bethany 0 2 Wright State 0 1 Miami 4 2 Denison 0 2 Michigan State 2 7 Wooster 0 5 Wright State 0

5 3 3 2 6

Mount St. Joseph 0 Louisville 1 Miami 1 Metro State 1 Quincy 4

1986 Coach: Jim Myers Record: 13-5-0 1 Miami 1 Cincinnati 10 Findlay 7 Mount St. Joseph 0 Michigan State 6 Wright State 5 Oberlin 7 St. Mary’s 3 Bethany 4 Geneva 1 Xavier 5 Louisville 2 Dayton 5 Denison 4 Wittenberg 1 Dayton 0 Xavier 4 Ohio State 1987 Coach: Jim Myers Record: 16-6-1 8 Wittenberg 1 Denison 3 Oberlin 0 Michigan State 7 Marietta 4 Evansville 3 Xavier 4 Kenyon 1 Siena Heights 5 Geneva 0 Boca Raton 1 Dayton 3 Miami 1 Wright State 6 Bethany 15 Louisville 9 Baldwin-Wallace 10 Otterbein 0 Cincinnati 3 Findlay 1 Siena Heights 1 Huntington 0 Hardin-Simmons

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0 5 0 0 4 1 0 3 1 0 3 2 4 1 0 0 1 2

0 2 0 7 0 1 1 2 0 0 6 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1

1988 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 15-5-0 7 St. Joseph 0 4 Missouri-Rolla 2 1 Cincinnati 3 1 Michigan State 3 10 Walsh 0 3 Ohio State 0 0 Geneva 1 0 Dayton 4 2 Siena Heights 0 1 Oberlin 0 3 Louisville 0 3 Bethany 0 10 Adrian 0 5 Thomas More 0 1 Wittenberg 0 3 Kenyon 0 7 Findlay 0 1 Wheeling Jesuit 0 2 Lindenwood 2 1 Siena Heights 2 1989 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 10-7-0 2 Wooster 0 1 Geneva 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 2 1 Bethany 0 3 Wheeling 2 3 Kenyon 0 2 Thomas More 3 0 Erskine 4 0 Berry 4 0 Wright State 1 4 Oberlin 0 3 Wittenberg 0 0 Dayton 3 1 Denison 1 2 Louisville 0 1 Siena Heights 3 1 Michigan State 2 1990 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 9-11-0 0 Cincinnati 5 0 Ohio Wesleyan 5 0 Wheeling Jesuit 1 1 Wooster 2 1 Thomas More 0 1 Baldwin-Wallace 0 1 Wright State 3 5 Geneva 3 1 Louisville 2

10 0 0 0 1 12 5 1 2 2 0

Bethany Dayton Siena Heights Michigan State Denison Bellarmine Charleston WV Wesleyan Thomas More Oberlin Sienna Heights

1 4 4 3 2 0 2 0 1 1 1

1991 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 8-9-2 2 Bethany 2 1 Muskingum 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 3 4 Oberlin 0 0 Wooster 2 0 WV Wesleyan 2 0 Findlay 1 1 Louisville 5 6 Bluffton 0 1 Thomas More 4 5 Siena Heights 0 10 Capital 2 3 Wittenberg 1 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 0 Dayton 6 0 Wheeling 3 4 Charleston 1 0 Michigan State 5 1 Wright State 3

0 2 3 1 0 10 1 1 0 2 0 1 3 2 0 8 0

1992 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 7-10-0 Wooster Oberlin Bellarmine Midway Findlay Bluffton Maryville Thomas More Wheeling Jesuit Wittenberg Siena Heights Ohio Wesleyan Baldwin-Wallace Geneva WV Wesleyan Bluffton Thomas More

4 1 2 2 1 0 3 2 2 1 1 5 0 1 1 0 2

0 5 10 8 7 3 4 3 11 3 3 0 5 2 3 7 4 5 5 4

1993 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 17-3-0 Wooster Adrian Alma Otterbein Centre Earlham Muskingum Kenyon Bluffton Denison WV Wesleyan Thomas More Bellarmine Wittenberg Capital Geneva Ohio Wesleyan Baldwin-Wallace Bluffton Thomas More

0 3 6 5 2 2 3 6 11 8 2 4 2 6 2 4 5 5 5 9 3 0

1994 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 19-3-0 DePauw UW-Stevens Point Oberlin Maryville Wheeling Jesuit Wooster Kenyon Capital Defiance Bluffton Denison Kalamazoo Ohio Northern Ohio Wesleyan Heidelberg Thomas More Baldwin-Wallace Mount Union Wittenberg Defiance Thomas More NCAA Tournament UW-Stevens Point

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1

2 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

1995 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 14-4 1 Emory 2 5 Maryville 1 5 SUNY-Geneseo 2

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All-Time Results 4 2 2 10 4 2 0 6 11 3 4 1 6 2 4

Allegheny Denison Kenyon Baldwin-Wallace Kalamazoo Mount Union Wittenberg Otterbein Lake Erie Ohio Wesleyan Thomas More Heidelberg Bluffton Wooster Thomas More

0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 0

2 10 6 3 3 0 3 2 2 7 3 2 8 2 3 2 6 1 0

1996 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 16-3 Rhodes Millsaps Oberlin Marietta Gettysburg New Jersey Thomas More Mount Union Wittenberg Otterbein Ohio Wesleyan Capital Muskingum Kenyon DePauw Heidelberg Bluffton NCAA Tournament Wooster Chicago

1 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 0 2

1997 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-7-1 3 Calvin 0

5 2 1 1 2 3 3 1 3 1 1 2 7 1 2 7 5 1 1

Alma Kalamazoo Capital Clark Ithaca Marietta Wittenberg Wooster Kenyon Ohio Wesleyan Heidelberg Cedarville Hanover Ohio Northern Otterbein Mount St. Joseph Bluffton DePauw NCAA Tournament Kalamazoo

9 0 4 2 2 6 2 4 1 2 1 0 3 10 14 5 5 8 2

1998 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 14-4-1 Anderson Allegheny Carnegie Mellon Wittenberg Wooster Marietta Denison Kenyon Calvin Kalamazoo Ohio Wesleyan Heidelberg DePauw Franklin Manchester Bluffton Hanover Otterbein Mount St. Joseph

0 6 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 5

0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

3 1 0 2 6 1 1 1 2 0 0 6 11 6 5 5 1 5 0

1999 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 13-5-1 Dayton Gettysburg Elizabethtown Wittenberg Carnegie Mellon Muskingum Kenyon Kalamazoo Mount St. Joseph Ohio Wesleyan DePauw Anderson Franklin Hanover Manchester Bluffton Wooster Hanover Mount St. Joseph

8 1 3 4 1 2 9 2 3 0 0 1 3 3 2 1 1

2000 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 15-5-1 Rhodes Nazareth Mount St. Joseph Findlay Seton Hill Ohio Wesleyan Anderson Mount Union Muskingum Heidelberg Otterbein John Carroll Baldwin-Wallace Marietta Capital OAC Tournament Capital John Carroll

0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0

1 2 0

0 2 3 2 1 1 2 6 3 9 3 3 0 3 1 2 1

1 4 15 1 1 2 3 0 2 4 2 10 6 10

NCAA Tournament Mount St. Joseph 0 Denison 1 Ohio Wesleyan 2 2001 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 8-5-4 William Smith Mary Washington Wittenberg Wooster Denison Transylvania Baldwin-Wallace Ohio Northern Mount Union Muskingum Heidelberg Otterbein John Carroll Marietta Capital Muskingum OAC Tournament John Carroll 2002 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 16-6-0 Centre Wittenberg Lake Erie Denison Wooster Kenyon Mount St. Joseph Ohio Wesleyan Shawnee State Mount Union Marietta Baldwin-Wallace Muskingum Heidelberg

1 2 3 4 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

0 1 0 2 3 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 1 2 1 2 0

Otterbein John Carroll Ohio Northern Capital OAC Tournament John Carroll Otterbein NCAA Tournament Albion Ohio Wesleyan

10 9 1 2 3 0 4 0 3 5 3 3 3 7 1 3 1 1 5 1 1 1 0

2003 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 18-4-1 Waynesburg Emory & Henry Centre Denison Transylvania Wittenberg Dubuque Ohio Wesleyan Mount St. Joseph Mount Union Marietta Baldwin-Wallace Muskingum Heidelberg Otterbein John Carroll Ohio Northern Capital OAC Tournament Mount Union Otterbein NCAA Tournament Thomas More Allegheny DePauw

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Last Game 2006 2009 2007 2008 2012 2012 1993 1989 1991 1999 1987 1985 1998

Rec. 3-0-0 1-0-1 3-1-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 18-2-2 3-0-0 0-1-0 7-0-0 11-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-0 1-1-0

School Canisus Capital Carnegie Mellon Case Wes. Res. Cedarville Centre Charleston Chicago Cincinnati Clark Concordia Dayton Defiance

Last Game 1995 2012 1999 2006 2011 2004 1991 1996 1990 1997 2006 1999 2012

Rec. 1-0-0 11-7-3 2-0-0 2-0-0 4-0-2 3-0-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 3-7-1 3-0-0

School Denison Dubuque Earlham Elizabethtown Emory Emory & Henry Evansville Findlay Franklin Geneseo Geneva Gettysburg Grove City

Last Game 2005 2003 2010 1999 1995 2003 1987 2000 2012 1995 1993 1999 2006

Rec. 9-8-0 1-0-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 4-2-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 6-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0

School Hanover Hardin-Simmons Hartwick Heidelberg Hiram Huntington Ithaca John Carroll Kalamazoo Kenyon Lake Erie Lindenwood Louisville

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1 0 1 2

0 0 1 5 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

2004 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-6-2 3 Kenyon 0

All-time Results by School School Adrian Albion Allegheny Alma Anderson Baldwin-Wallace Bellarmine Berry Bethany Bluffton Boca Raton Buffalo State Calvin

1 1 0 0

Last Game 1999 1987 2008 2012 2010 1987 1997 2012 1999 2011 2002 1988 1991

Rec. 4-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-0 11-5-2 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 7-6-4 3-3-0 18-3-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 5-2-0

All-Time Results 3 1 2 4 2 3 1 3 1 3 0 0 2 5 2 2 0 3 1

2 0 0 1 2 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 \

Manchester Denison Mt. Vernon Naz. Rob. Wesleyan Transylvania Centre Ohio Wesleyan Mount St. Joseph Wittenberg Otterbein Marietta Mount Union Ohio Northern Heidelberg Muskingum John Carroll Capital Baldwin-Wallace OAC Tournament Otterbein 2005 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 4-11-1 Grove City Westminster Denison Mount St. Joseph Transylvania Hiram Ohio Wesleyan Kenyon Wittenberg Otterbein Marietta Mount Union Ohio Northern Heidelberg Muskingum John Carroll Capital Baldwin-Wallace

1 3 3 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3

0 1 5 0 0 0 2 1 2 4 1 2 3 2 1 3 0 1

2 2 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 8 2 5 0 3 1 3 0

2006 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 11-3-4 Case Western Res. Kenyon Concordia Mount St. Joseph Adrian Ohio Wesleyan Cedarville Wittenberg Capital Otterbein Heidelberg Muskingum Mount Union Ohio Northern John Carroll Marietta Baldwin-Wallace OAC Tournament Otterbein

2 3 1 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 1 1 2

2007 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 13-6-2 Allegheny RIT Mount St. Joseph Cedarville Kenyon Olivet Alma Ohio Wesleyan Wittenberg Transylvania Capital Otterbein Heidelberg Muskingum Mount Union Ohio Northern John Carroll Marietta

1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 3

1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 1 1

3 2 0

Baldwin-Wallace 0 OAC Tournament Baldwin-Wallace 1 Ohio Northern 2

2 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 3 7 1 5 2 2 2 1 1 0 2 3 0

2008 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 15-6 Olivet Alma Mount St. Joseph Oneonta Hartwick Kenyon Ohio Wesleyan Wittenberg Walsh Spalding Otterbein Muskingum Heidelberg Capital Mount Union Marietta John Carroll Ohio Northern Baldwin-Wallace OAC Tournament Baldwin-Wallace Ohio Northern

2 4 1 6 8 1 2 1 0 1

2009 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 11-6-2 Cedarville Walsh Albion Manchester Rose-Hulman Ohio Wesleyan St. Mary’s Earlham Wittenberg Otterbein

0 0 0 4 1 1 4 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 4

1 0 1 2 1 1 0 2 7 3

3 5 2 2 1 0 1 4 0

Muskingum Heidelberg Capital Mount Union Marietta John Carroll Ohio Northern Baldwin-Wallace OAC Tournament Capital

4 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 6 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0

2010 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 7-8-5 Waynesburg Wittenberg Urbana Mount St. Joseph Cedarville Hiram Kenyon Mount Union Earlham Muskingum Ohio Wesleyan John Carroll Capital Marietta Ohio Northern Baldwin-Wallace Otterbein Heidelberg OAC Tournament John Carroll Otterbein

1 1 3 0 0

2011 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 6-11-3 Mount St. Joseph Maryville Rhodes Wittenberg Wooster

0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 1

3 2 0 1 2 0 5 0 2 1 3 2 4 0 1 1 2 2 0 1

0 1 3 4 1

0 4 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 1

Ohio Wesleyan Defiance Kenyon Mount Union Waynesburg Muskingum Cedarville John Carroll Capital Marietta Ohio Northern Baldwin-Wallace Otterbein Heidelberg OAC Tournament Capital

2 1 1 10 0 2 3 2 3 1 8 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 3 0

2012 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-7-1 Franklin Rose-Hulman Wittenberg Anderson Manchester Mount St. Joseph Bluffton Wooster Defiance Ohio Wesleyan Muskingum Heidelberg Mount Union Capital Baldwin-Wallace Otterbein Marietta Ohio Northern John Carroll OAC Tournament Ohio Northern

3 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 3 0 1 3 2 0 0 1 2 2 2

All-time Results by School School Last Game Manchester 2009 Marietta 2012 Mary Washington 2001 Marville (TN) 2011 Metro St. 1985 Miami 1987 Michigan St. 1991 Midway 1992 Millsaps 1996 Miss.-Rolla 1988 Morehead St. 1983 Mt. St. Joseph 2011 Mount Union 2012

Rec. 4-0-0 13-2-1 0-0-1 2-1-1 1-1-0 3-4-0 0-6-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 14-3-2 13-3-1

School Mt.Vernon Naz Muskingum Nazereth New Jersey Oakland Oberlin Ohio Northern Ohio St. Ohio Wesleyan Olivet Oneonta St. Otterbein Quincy

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Rec. 0-1-0 17-0-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 9-1-1 6-10-1 2-2-0 8-16-3 2-0-0 0-1-0 14-11-0 2-0-0

School Rhodes Rob. Wesleyan Rose-Hulman Seton Hill Shawnee St. Siena Hts. Spalding St. Joseph St. Mary’s Thomas More Transylvania Urbana UW-Stevens Pt.

Last Game 2011 2004 2009 2000 2002 1992 2008 1988 2009 2003 2007 2010 1994

Rec. 2-0-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-5-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 10-4-1 3-2-0 1-0-0 1-1-0

School Walsh Waynesburg Westminster WV Wesleyan Wheeling Wheeling Jes. William Smith Wisconsin Wittenberg Wooster Wright St. WWC Xavier

Last Game 2009 2011 2005 1993 1991 1994 2001 1985 2012 2012 1991 1984 1987

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Rec. 3-0-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 1-3-0 3-1-0 1-3-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 14-8-3 8-8-2 3-3-1 1-0-0 1-5-0

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Records No. 79 79 79 79 79 79

Most Games Played Name Years Leah Knife 93-96 Becki Opalek 94-97 Tammy Veneman 97-00 Jenna Curcio 06-09 Kristen Elam 06-09 Margaret Fox 06-09

Consecutive Games with a goal No. Name Years 7 Stacey Williams 1995 6 Carrie Mills 2001 6 Stacey Williams 1994 6 Carolyn Collett 1987 Consecutive Games with an assist No. Name Years 10 Dodie Setty 1994

Most Game-Winning Goals, season Most saves in a season No. Name Years Years 9 Stacey Williams 1994 No. Name 1991 7 Stacey Williams 1996 220 Patty Fredericks 7 Stacey Williams 1993 Consecutive Winning Seasons 6 Jenny Tuke 1985 No. Years 1993-2004 Most games with an assist, season 12 No. Name Years Consecutive Home Wins 10 Dodie Setty 1994 No. Years 30 1993-96 Most Consecutive Starts No. Name Years Longest winning streak 79 JoAnne Ludmann 93-96 Years 79 Susan Gose 93-96 No. 1994 79 Leah Knife 93-96 16 2003 79 Becki Opalek 94-97 14 1988 79 Margaret Fox 06-09 11 9 1993, 1996 Most Career Shots Consecutive shutouts No. Name Years Years 374 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 No. 1988 344 Stacey Williams 93-96 10 6 2012 6 2002 Most Career Saves 1998 No. Name Years 6 576 Patty Fredericks 90-92 Consecutive shutouts to start 301 Crystal Raible 93-95 season 296 Cathy O’Neill 83-84 6 2012 Most Games with a Goal, season Longest losing streak No. Name Years Years 15 Stacey Williams 1996 No. 2005 15 Stacey Williams 1994 7 13 Stacey Williams 1993 13 Carolyn Collett 1986 Consecutive games without a loss No. Years 1995 Most Games with goal or assist, 16 14 2003 season 1988 No. Name Years 11 5 times 16 Stacey Williams 1994 9 15 Stacey Williams 1996

Coaching Records Don Tecklenberg 1983

3-9-1............... .333

1984

13-5-3 ............. .690 ............ NAIA Regional Runners up

1985

14-4-2 ............. .750 ........... NAIA National Tournamnet

Totals

30-18-6 ............ .611

Jim Myers 1986

13-5-0 ............. .722 ........... NAIA National Tournament

1987

16-6-1 . ............. .717 . .......... NAIA National Tournament

Totals

29-11-1 ............. .719

Sandy Eisennhunt 1988

15-5-0 ............. .750

1989

10-7-0 ............. .588

1990

9-11-0 . ............ .450

1991

8-9-2 .............. .474

Totals

42-32-2 ............ .566

Steve Spirk 1992

7-10-0 .............. .412

1993

17-3-0 ............. .850 .......................... AMC Champions

1994

19-3-0 ............. .864 ..... AMC Champions/NCAA Tourney

1995

14-4-0 ............. .778 .......................... AMC Champions

1996

16-3-0 ............. .842 ....................... NCAA Tournament

1997

12-7-1 .............. .625 ....................... NCAA Tournament

1998

14-4-1 . ............ .763 ......................... HCAC Champions

1999

13-5-1 ............... .711

2000

15-5-1 .............. .750 ........ NCAA Tournament (Sweet 16)

2001

8-5-4 ............... .615 . ........ OAC Regular Season Champs

2002

16-6-0 ............. .727 ........ NCAA Tournament (Sweet 16)

2003

18-4-1 . ............ .804 ........ NCAA Tournament (Sweet 16)

2004

12-6-2 ............. .650

2005

4-11-3 .............. .306

2006

11-3-4 .............. .722

2007

13-6-2 ............. .667

2008

15-6-0 .............. .714

2009

11-6-2 ............... 605

2010

7-8-5 .............. .475

2011

6-11-3 .............. .376

2012

12-7-1 ............... .631

Totals 260-123-31 .......... .664

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Records CAREER RECORDS Goals

Points No. 228 170 138 119 101 99 84 84 84 79

Name Years Stacey Williams 93-96 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 Tammy Venema 97-00 Nicole Woods 97-00 Susan Gose 93-96 Carolyn Collett 86-87 Dodie Setty 92-94 Beth Craig 84-87 Karen Parmenter 83-86 Julie Lubeach 94-97

No. 98 71 48 48 39 34 33 32 31 30

Shutouts

Assists

Name Years Stacey Williams 93-96 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 Tammy Venema 97-00 Nicole Woods 97-00 Susan Gose 93-96 Tricia Craig 88-90 Karen Paramenter 83-86 Alex Hesson 06-09 Beth Clark 84-87 Julee Foley 89-90

No. 42 34 32 30 28 28 23 23 21 20

Name Years Tammy Venema 97-00 Leah Knife 93-96 Stacey Williams 93-96 Kristen Elam 06-09 Dodie Setty 92-94 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 Susan Gose 93-96 Nicole Woods 93-96 Julie Lubeach 93-96 JoAnne Ludmann 93-96

No. 30 28 25 21 13 13 12

Name Casey McKinney Jessica Bullens Maria Hurley Crystal Raible Julie Fong Leanne Stone Cathy O’Neill

No. 11 10 10 10 9

Name Jessica Bullens Cathy O’Neill Maria Hurley Casey McKinney Suzy Sommer

No. .64 .67 .70 .70 .71

Name Jessica Bullens Crystal Raible Jessica Bullens Taylor Franklin Casey McKinney

Years 05-08 00-04 97-00 93-95 86-89 85-85 83-84

SEASON RECORDS Goals

Points No. 64 62 53 52 52 49 47 45 44 42

Name Stacey Williams Stacey Williams Stacey Williams Carolyn Collett Jennifer Tuke Stacey Williams Carolyn Collett Tammy Venema Nicole Woods Tammy Venema

Years 1994 1996 1993 1987 1985 1995 1986 1998 1998 1999

No. 28 26 24 22 21 18 18 17 16 16

Name Stacey Williams Stacey Williams Stacey Williams Jennifer Tuke Jennifer Tuke Carolyn Collett Nicole Woods Jennifer Tuke Tammy Venema Tammy Venema

Shutouts

Assists Years 1994 1996 1993 1985 1984 1987 1998 1986 1998 1999

No. 15 12 12 11 11

Name Dodie Setty JoAnne Ludmann Carolyn Collett Tammy Venema Tammy Venema

Years 1994 1993 1987 1998 2000

Years 2003 1984 1999 2008 1997

Goals Against Years 2002 1994 2004 2012 1993

GAME RECORDS Goals

Points No. 10 10 9 9 9

Name Stacey Williams Nicole Woods Carolyn Collett Carolyn Collett Nicole Woods

Years 1995 1995 1987 1986 1998

Stacey Williams

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Name Years 10 times, most recently Tiffani Glasser 2002 Carrie Mills 2001 Tammy Venema 1999

Susan Gose

Assists No. 5 4 4 4

Name Stacey Williams Tiffani Glasser Dodie Setty JoAnne Ludmann

Tammy Venema

Years 1996 2002 1994 1993

Stacey Williams

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Gilhart Field

Charlie Gilhart Field is home to the Wilmington College men’s and women’s soccer teams. Gilhart Field is one of a few lighted socccer-only playing facilities in the Great Lakes region and ranks as one of the top NCAA Division III soccer venues in the nation. The playing surface at Gilhart Field is a beautiful natural grass. The seating capacity is 1,100.

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Facilities

In the spring, the tennis teams have six on-campus tennis courts; the track and field teams train and compete on the newly resurfaced, all-weather Beckett Track; the softball team plays at the campus’ top-notch softball field; and the baseball team competes at Tewksbury-Delaney Field. All athletic facilities, fields and arenas are contiguous parts of the campus. Also, the College features a natatorium/swimming pool, multiple practice fields, a new weight training room and a cardio fitness center. The College’s newly expanded athletic training room is a modern facility designed to facilitate practical experience for our athletic training majors, as well as keep our athletes in top shape. Also, Wilmington features a 24-stall equine center with a 72 x 152-foot indoor arena.

Hermann Court at Fred Raizk Arena The 3,500-seat arena serves as the home facility for the Wilmington men’s and women’s basketball teams along with the volleyball program. The Natatorim seats more than 500 fans and is the home of WC Swimming.

Williams Stadium Williams Stadium is the fall home of the Wilmington football team and the spring home for the men’s lacrosse team.

WC Softball Complex & Tewksbury-Delaney Field The WC softball field will have a new playing surface for the 2014 season, while TewksburyDelaney in the long time baseball field.

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Athletic Directory

Athletic Director Terry Rupert

Asst. AD/SWA Beth Floyd

Business Manager Judy Doyle

Athletic Development Equipment Manager Steve Spirk Carl Coatney

Sports Information J. Ameer Rasheed

ADMINISTRATION Terry Rupert ................................... Beth Floyd ..................................... Judy Doyle ..................................... Steve Spirk . ................................... Carl Coatney .................................. J. Ameer Rasheed ............................

Athletic Director ........................... Asst. AD/SWA ............................... Business Manager ......................... Dir. of Athletic Development . ......... Equipment Manager...................... Sports Information Director ............

ext. 255 ......................................... terry_rupert@wilmington.edu ext 392 ............................................ beth_floyd@wilmington.edu ext. 467 .......................................... judy_doyle@wilmington.edu ext. 262 .......................................... steve_spirk@wilmington.edu ext. 324 ........................................ carl_coatney@wilmington.edu ext. 347 ..................................... ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu

HEAD COACHES Trip Breen ...................................... Dan Cleaver ................................... Ron Combs .................................... Chip Dillon ..................................... Beth Floyd ..................................... Stacey Hairston .............................. K.C. Hunt ....................................... Joe Leo .......................................... Bud Lewis ...................................... Domenic Marzano ........................... Jerry Scheve ................................... Steve Spirk . ................................... Brett Yenger . .................................

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M&W Swimming ........................... Baseball ...................................... M&W Cross Country/Track .............. Cheerleading/Dance ..................... Softball/Volleyball ....................... Football ...................................... Men’s Basketball .......................... M&W Tennis . ............................... Men’s Soccer . .............................. Men’s Lacrosse ............................. Women’s Basketball ...................... Women’s Soccer ........................... Women’s Lacrosse.........................

ext. 212 ............................................. trip_breen@wilmington.edu ext. 374 ..........................................dan_cleaver@wilmington.edu ext. 256............................................ ron_combs@wilmington.edu ext. 467 .......................................... chip_dillon@wilmington.edu ext. 392 ........................................... beth_floyd@wilmington.edu ext. 648 .................................... stacey_hairston@wilmington.edu ext. 349 ............................................... kc_hunt@wilmington.edu ext. 467 ................................................ joe_leo@wilmington.edu ext. 341 ............................................. bud_lewis@wilmington.edu ext. 269 ................................ domenic_marzano@wilmington.edu ext. 284 ......................................... jerry_scheve@wilmington.edu ext. 262 .......................................... steve_spirk@wilmington.edu ext. 250 ........................................ brett_yenger@wilmington.edu

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Athletic Training SPECIALISTS IN THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF SPORTS INJURIES Athletic training is an exciting and fast-paced allied medical profession. As an integral member of the athletic healthcare team, the certified athletic trainer (ATC) is educated in prevention, treatment, evaluation and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries and illnesses sustained by physically active people. Certified athletic trainers work closely with medical professionals in a wide range of settings that include high schools, colleges and universities, professional teams, sports medicine clinics, corporate fitness facilities and hospitals. In 2005, Wilmington’s athletic training program earned the maximum seven-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Students completing the Bachelor of Science degree program at WC are eligible for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) examination to become a certified athletic trainer. Students also are eligible for the Ohio licensing exam upon earning their ATC credentials. All athletic training students are considered pre-professional during their first two semesters. After satisfactory completion of the pre-professional requirements, students are advanced to the professional phase of the curriculum, including advanced clinical education.

WC ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP All students accepted into the athletic training program receive $5,000 in the scholarships over three years. Students receive $1,500 their sophomore and junior years, and $2,000 their senior year.

ATHLETIC TRAINING INTERNSHIPS WC interns get to experience first-hand the full scope of sports medicine. Some of WC’s most recent internship sites in the Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds, Columbus Crew, Dayton Dragons, Dayton Sports Medicine Institute and many area clinics and high schools.

NATION PROGRAM RECOGNITION Wilmington students have received an unprecedented six NATA scholarships. One graduate earned the highest score on the national certification exam. WC’s program also has been feature on the front cover of the NATA News and in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Wilmington College Team Physicians Dr. Tim Kremchek, Team Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Cehn, Ophthalmology Dr. Joseph Choo, Cardiology Dr. Glenn MacDonald, Optometrist

Dr. Mike Newman, Surgery Dr. Shawn Swick, Team Physician Dr. Chris Stromberg, Chiropractor Dr. David VanZant, Dentist Dr. Jay White, ENT

For more information: 1-800-753-0917 WC Admission Office: x260 AT Program Director: Larry Howard x 257

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The Wilmington College Athletic Training Quiz Bowl Team has claimed the state championship in six of the last 15 years. The 2011 team of Alex Geier, Cody Pontius, Erin Cane and their coach, Larry Howard, finished fourth nationally. It is the highest finish of any WC team on the national level.

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Student Life

Student Organizations

Activities Programming Board (APB) Aggies

American Medical Students Association (AMSA) Amnesty International Black Student Initiative (BSI) Chi Alpha (XA) Christian Fellowship Collegiate 4-H Criminal Justice Club Dressage Team Equestrian Club E.T.C. - Educational Theater Company Faith in Action Fencing Club Gay-Straight Alliance International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) International Club Math Club Mock Trial Team Mod Squad ONE Campaign Chapter Psychology Club Publications Board Resident Student Association (RSA) Rodeo Club Recycle Wilmington College Science Society Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB) Soil Science Club Sports Medicine Leadership Council (SMLC)

STUDEN

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) STAND Student Government Association (SGA) Student PDK (Phi Delta Kappa) Vetrinarians of Tomorrow Water Polo Club Wellness & Health Promotions Committee WC Business Association WC Commuter Club (WC3) WC Student Alumni Association

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Student Life

Greek Life Fraternities Delta Theta Sigma * Gamma Phi Gamma Iota Phi Theta * Lambda Chi Alpha * Sigma Zeta Tau Kappa Betta

Sororities Alpha Phi Kappa Delta Omega Theta Kappa Delta Phi Alpha Psi Sweethearts Psi Beta Omega Sigma Gamma Rho *

Greek Affiliates DTS Lil Sis *

NT LIFE

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* denote national organizations

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About WC As a school founded by Quakers, Wilmington College embraces persons from all backgrounds, faiths and philosophies, and promotes in its program and activities such values as integrity, diversity, community, service, peace and social justice, and respect for all persons. The college also values international cultures and facilitates courses in global studies, as well as accommodating long-and shortterm study-abroad and touring opportunities. While Wilmington offers such popular majors as education, business administration, biology, criminal justice, sports management, social work and pre-professional, some of its more unique academic areas are the highly acclaimed agriculture program and its athletic training/ sports medicine program, which are considered among the best in the nation. Popular co-curricular activities for students are the numerous campus organizations at Wilmington that range from fraternities and sororities to faith-based groups, music and drama, publications, student government and service learning. Wilmington regularly hosts entertainment programs designed especially for college students, as well as those open to the greater community such as its highly acclaimed annual peace symposium and Issues & Artists Series, which has brought to campus unique entertainers, provocative and informative speakers, and entities representing diverse American and international cultures. Much has changed at Wilmington College since students gained national fame for building a dormitory in 1948. But a constant throughout the college’s 141-year history has been the transforming nature of the Wilmington College experience. Students leave Wilmington with the tools to succeed as they engage in careers or further their education in today’s rapidly changing world. They also bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from the liberal arts, the embodiment of well-rounded individuals able to think critically and appreciate the role the arts, sciences and humanities play in a fulfilling life. They also realize that service to others is often an important road to self-realization. Indeed, since 1870, Wilmington College has prepared students to make a living, make a life and make a difference.

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Admissions Apply Online

THE MAIN CAMPUS: 65 acres, 21 buildings, including 8 residence halls

Meet the Admission Staff Contact information: 937-382-6661 email staff by clicking on name

OFF CAMPUS: Cincinnati Branch — Blue Ash On-site programs at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Farms, totaling more than 1,400 acres, currently used for teaching laboratories for agriculture majors and/or leased for commercial operations

COST PER YEAR (2013-14):

Director of Admission Tina Marshall Garland ext. 260

Dir. of Multicultural Rec. Chip Murdoch ext. 235

Tuition $27,890 (99% of students receive financial aid) Room and Board $9,392 Fees (Annual) Residential Students $700 (inc. $100 housing dep.) Fees (Annual) Commuter Students $600 Total* $37,982 *Excluding books and personal expenses

ENROLLMENT (2012-13): Main Campus 1,086 Graduate Program 12 Cincinnati Branches 213 Total Undergraduate Enrollment 1,299

RESIDENCE HALLS: Occupancy = 792 Capacity = 842 Transfer Counselor Gina Beck ext. 332

Agriculture Studies Adam Lohrey ext. 688

Admission Counselor Carissa Macella ext. 265

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UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS * Accounting, Business Administration * Agriculture * Biology * Chemistry * Mathematics * Education * Fine Arts, Theatre, Art, and Music * Communication Arts * Sports Management * Athletic Training * English * History * Spanish * Religion and Philosophy (Includes Peace Studies) * Criminal Justice * Political Science * Psychology * Social and Political Studies (Includes Pre-Law) * Social Work * Sustainability

PRE-PROFESSIONAL Law, Medical, Veterinary EDUCATION LICENSURES Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) Early Childhood Education (PreK-3) Multi-Age Art (PreK-12) Middle Childhood Education (4-9) Multi-Age Health and/or Physical Education (PreK-12) Multi-Age Spanish(PreK-12) Vocational Agriculture (4-12) Special Education SPECIAL PROGRAMS Applied Peace Studies Certificate Program, Honors Program

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Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride - in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim ... college athletes.


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