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EMALEE McMILLAN

CALLIE BALLARD

BAILEY PHILLIPS

SHELBIE BARRY

LAURA HERON

STEPHANIE NEELY

CATIE HYDE

5-5 • Freshman Goalkeeper Sulphur Springs

5-11 • Freshman Goalkeeper Richmond

5-4 • Sophomore Midfielder Greenville

5-6 • Junior Defender Mesquite

5-7 • Sophomore Defender Portsmouth, England

5-5 • Junior Forward Aledo

5-8 • Senior Defender Overland Park, Kan.

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5-3 • Sophomore Midfielder Denton

5-6 • R-Sophomore Midfielder Albuquerque, N.M.

ANITRA WRIGHT

CALLIE ANNETT

5-2 • Sophomore Forward Fort Worth

5-3 • Junior Defender McKinney

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BRITTNI ONG 5-7 • R-Junior Midfielder Fort Worth

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BRENNA SAMANTHA O’DONNELL HUSTON

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MAKAYLA SAVANNAH KNABE HENDERSON 5-2 • Sophomore Defender Denton

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5-4 • Freshman Forward Mabank

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TAYLOR JULIA SYDNEY LAMBETH HERNANDEZ LAWTHERS 5-4 • Sophomore Forward Carrollton

5-2 • Sophomore Midfielder Greenville

5-7 • Sophomore Defender Keller

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CADIE ANNETT

BRIONNA MINDE

JADE BELL

5-2 • Junior Midfielder McKinney

5-7 • Senior Forward Richardson

5-2 • R-Sophomore Forward Ramsey, England

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ALLIE BURKS

ASHLEY PHILLIPS

JESSICA TAIT

ALLY CANNON

5-6 • Junior Defender Houston

5-10 • Freshman Midfielder Arlington

5-5 • Freshman Forward York, England

5-4 • Freshman Midfielder Justin

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VICKY BACK

DANI CHANTRY

NEIL PIPER

PAUL BURNS

5-10 • R-Freshman Forward York, England

5-3 • Freshman Midfielder Frisco

Head Coach 15th Season

Assistant Coach First Season

TABLE OF CONTENTS QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY FACTS

Location...........................................Commerce, Texas Founded..................................................................1889 Enrollment......................................12,000 (Fall 2012) President.................................................Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director..........................................Ryan Ivey Nickname.............................................................. Lions Colors.....................................................Blue and Gold Affiliation........................................NCAA Division II Conference..................................................... Lone Star Stadium............................................ Lion Soccer Field Capacity....................................................................100 Athletic Dept. Phone......................... (903) 886-5558 Athletic Dept. Fax.............................. (903) 468-3033

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach.................................................. Neil Piper Alma Mater...................................Wichita State, ‘96 Record at A&M-C......... 171-100-27 (16th season) Career Record...................................................Same Assistant Coaches........................................... Paul Burns Alma Mater..................................... Staffordshire Univ. Football Office.................................... (903) 886-5566

SOCCER INFORMATION

2012 Overall Record..................................5-12 (.294) 2012 LSC Record............................4-10 (.286, T-7th) 2012 Postseason................................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................ 18/3 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 8/3

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2013 LION SOCCER

Quick Facts............................................................. 1 Lone Star Conference............................................ 2 Lion Soccer Field................................................... 3 Season Outlook...................................................... 4 Coaching Staff.....................................................6-7 Roster Breakdown................................................. 7

A&M-COMMERCE ATHLETICS

University President Dr. Dan Jones.................. 45 Athletic Director Ryan Ivey................................ 46 A&M-Commerce Athletic Staff......................... 47 2012-13 Year in Review...................................... 48 Media Information.............................................. 49

MEET THE LIONS

Returner Profiles.............................................. 9-18 Lion Newcomers............................................ 19-21

2012 SEASON RECAP

2012 Season Statistics.......................................... 23 2012 Season Box Scores................................ 24-28

First Year of Football............................................1995 Overall Record....................................................... 190NCAA Postseason Appearances................................. Lone Star Conference Titles......................................2 National Championships................................... None

MEDIA RELATIONS

Director/FB Contact........................Rand Champion Office Phone.................................... (903) 886-5131 Cell Phone........................................ (903) 366-6041 E-Mail....................... Rand.Champion@tamuc.edu Media Relations Grad Assistant..........Phil Paquette Cell Phone........................................ (401) 464-1212 E-Mail..........................Philip.Paquette@tamuc.edu Mailing Address.... A&M-Commerce Media Relations P.O. Box 3011 - Field House Commerce, TX 75428 Website............................................LionAthletics.com Facebook................ A&M-Commerce Lion Athletics Twitter................................................@Lion_Athletics

2013 OPPONENTS

2013 Opponent Information........................ 30-31 2013 Trophy Games............................................ 54 Opponent Composite Schedule......................... 55 Lone Star Conference.......................................... 56

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LION SOCCER HISTORY

Overall Seasons.................................................... 33 All-Time Series.............................................. 34-36 Year-by-Year................................................... 37-38 Lion Honors................................................... 39-40 Record Book......................................................... 41 Hall of Fame......................................................... 42 Bobby Fox Award................................................ 43

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LONE STAR CONFERENCE L LONE STAR CONFERENCE

1221 West Campbell Road, Suite 245 Richardson, Texas 75080 Phone: (972) 234-0033 Fax: (972) 234-4110 LoneStarConference.org

STAN WAGNON Commissioner

JAY POERNER

Assistant Commissioner Compliance

MELANIE ROBOTHAM Assistant Commissioner Media Relations

TOMMY WRIGHT

Assistant Commissioner Sales and Marketing

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ong known as a leader in intercollegiate athletics, the Lone Star Conference (LSC) is an innovative athletics conference that aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and to allow for comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming. The LSC continues to build upon its proud history while intending to be recognized as the premier NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The league’s mission is to foster student participation and success among member institutions in Division II intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of each institution’s total educational program. The LSC strives for academic excellence, stresses involvement within the community, and prides itself in upholding traditions while continually seeking new opportunities to provide student-athletes with a unique and superior experience. The LSC - founded on April 25, 1931 - has developed from a five-team conference of Texas-based schools to a nine-member league that spans three states (Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico). The league continues to assist its member institutions in the maintenance of intercollegiate athletic programs that are compatible with the highest standards of education and competitive sports. Throughout the league’s 82-year history, various institutions have competed under the LSC banner. Today, only Texas A&M University-Commerce (then East Texas State) remains from the original group that was formed in 1931 when North Texas State, Southwest Texas State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The membership alignment has changed over the years, with current members having been added from 1954 to 1995. Texas A&M-Kingsville (formerly Texas A&I) joined in 1954, and Angelo State in 1968. Conference membership remained within the Texas borders until 1984 when Eastern New Mexico was admitted. Since then, the LSC has included members from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Cameron (1988, 1996) was added near the outset of an expansion phase, while Texas Woman’s (1989) and previous members West Texas A&M (1986, 1993) and Tarleton State (1968, 1994) joined the league soon after. Midwestern State was admitted early in 1995, while Harding reconnected with the league as an affiliate member in track and field in 2013. Past members of the LSC include Trinity, Houston, Lamar, Howard Payne, Sul Ross State, McMurry, Harding, Ouachita Baptist, Central Oklahoma, East Central (Okla.), Northeastern State (Okla.), Southeastern Oklahoma, Southwestern Oklahoma, Abilene Christian and Incarnate Word. While the LSC has maintained a long-standing tradition of competitive athletic programs for its members, many teams and individuals have gone on to distinguish themselves on the national stage. Entering 2013-14, LSC member institutions have collected 74 NCAA national championships since the league joined the Division II membership in 1982. The LSC conducts conference championships in 16 sports (seven men and nine women). Men’s championships include football, cross country, basketball, baseball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and golf. Women’s titles are determined in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, softball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and golf. The conference office is located in Richardson, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. Stan Wagnon serves as Commissioner, with assistance from Jay Poerner (Compliance) Melanie Robotham (Media Relations) and Tommy Wright (Corporate Sales and Marketing).

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The A&M-Commerce faithful have helped make Lion Soccer Field one of the toughest road trips in the Lone Star Conference.

he A&M-Commerce Lion Soccer Field has served as the home of Lion soccer since 1999, serving as the host facility to a number of thrilling A&M-Commerce soccer matches. Located on the southwest corner of the A&M-Commerce campus, the Lion Soccer Field has been in its current location on the corner of Culver Street and Hubbell Drive since the start of the 1999 season. Prior to that the Lions played where the current baseball field is at the Cain Sports Complex. Lion Soccer Field has proven to be a significant home field advantage as A&M-Commerce has compiled an 93-38-7 (.674) mark at home. It served as the host venue for the 2004 Lone Star Conference Championship as the Lions clinched its second LSC title, defeating West Texas A&M 2-1. A&M-Commerce soccer fans also witnessed a 2-1 victory over second-ranked Metropolitan State in 2006. With seating for up to 1,000 fans, Lion Soccer Field has seen a handful of renovations over the past few seasons. Extended bleachers were added to the south side of the facility prior to the 2008 season, with lights added in 2009 as A&M-Commerce defeated Dallas Baptist 4-1 in the Lions’ first home night game on Sept. 1, 2009. New signage along the east and west fences behind the goals added a significant touch in 2010 with a new game operations box ready to go in time for the start of the 2011 season. The field was also resoded for the upcoming 2013 season.

A&M-Commerce played its first ever home night game on Sept. 1, 2009, defeating Dallas Baptist 4-1.

The Lions have had three All-Americans play their collegiate soccer on the grass at Lion Soccer Field, including 2009 All-American MEAGAN LASLEY.

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2013 SEASON OUTLOOK The 2013 version of the Lion Soccer team brings back eight starters and 18 letterwinners from last years squad for Head Coach Neil Piper, who is entering his 16th season at the helm of the Lion soccer program. The Lions also welcome seven new freshmen to the squad this season. Who is Back: Senior forward Bionna Minde leads the offense after earning Lone Star Conference Academic Player of the Year and Thrid Team All South-Central Region accolades in 2012. Minde lead the LSC in assists with seven and added three goals for 13 points last season. Sophomore Forward Anitra Wright is coming off an impressive campaign as a freshmen where she receieved All-LSC Second Team honors with here five goals and one assist. Also to help up front is reshirt sophomore Jade Bell who is coming off an injury that cause to her to miss all but two games a season ago. Two years ago as a freshmen Bell recorded seven goals and four assists for 18 points and was named LSC Freshmen of the Year. Fellow sophomore Laura Heron returns to pair with Senior defender Catie Hyde to form a formable back line. Also along the defense will be Redshirt Freshmen Vicky Back and junior Shelbie Barry. New Faces: Two goalies, three forwards, two midfielders make up the freshmen class this season. Emalee McMillian and Callie Ballard are vying for the starting nod against Fort Lewis in the opener and to see who can lock down the job going forward this season in net for the Lions. Savannah Henderson, Jessica Tait and Dani Chantry will try to help bolster the attack up front this season. Henderson (Maybank, Texas/Maybank H.S.) is coming off her senior year at Maybank in which she scored 77 goals and 63 the season before as a junior. Ashley Phillips and Ally Cannon will look to provide depth in the midfield this season. Phillipes was named First-Team All District as a senior was well as All-State Academic. The Schedule: The Lions start the season with a tough test against a First Lewis squad who is returning 10 starters and finished fourth in the RMAC last season. The Lions get thier shot to beat a top 25 opponent when Dallas Baptist travels to Commerce on September 18th. The Lions face two teams they have never faced before in Colorado Mesa on September 8th and Southern Nazarene on September 24th. The Lions travel to regining LSC champ West Texas to close out September. A&M-Commerce faces Midwestern twice in two weeks during October. The Mustangs beat the Lions in double ot last season at Lion Soccer field. The schedule concludes with home games against West Texas and Eastern New Mexico before the conference tournament.

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LION RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS GOALS

Anitra Wright...................................................5 Bionna Minde..................................................3 Cadie Annett....................................................2 Five Players Tied..............................................1

ASSISTS

Bionna Minde..................................................7 Four Players Tied.............................................1

POINTS

Bionna Minde................................................13 Anitra Wright.................................................11 Cadie Annett....................................................4 Three Players Tied...........................................3

SHOTS

Anitra Wright.................................................60 Bionna Minde................................................43 Cadie Annett..................................................24 Callie Annett..................................................20

SHOOTING PERCENTAGE

Stephanie Neely..........................................25% Two Players Tied.................................... 16.7% Two Players Tied.......................................8.3%

SHOTS ON GOAL

Anitra Wright.................................................25 Brionna Minde...............................................18 Callie Annett..................................................11 Cadie Annett....................................................8

SHOTS ON GOAL PERCENTAGE

Allie Burks............................................... 66.7% Sydeney Lawthers.......................................50% Callie Annett...............................................55% Bionna Minde......................................... 41.9%

GAME WINNING GOALS

Anitra Wright...................................................2 Three Players Tied...........................................1

PENALTY KICKS

Callie Annett................................................ 0-1 Rest of Team................................................. 0-0

Senior BRIONNA MINDE will be paired with Anitra Wright and Jade Bell to form one of the best front lines in the LSC.

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HEAD COACH NEIL PIPER NEIL PIPER HEAD COACH Wichita State University, 1996 15th Season at A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce Record: 171-100-27 (.574) Overall Record: 171-100-27 (.574)

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eil Piper is entering his 15th season on the A&M-Commerce

sidelines, Neil Piper continues to establish the Lion soccer program into a consistent contender for the Lone Star Conference title. The longest tenured head coach on the A&M-Commerce staff, Piper has compiled an overall record of 171-100-27 while leading the Lions to three LSC titles (regular season champions in 1999 and 2003 and tournament champions in 1999 and 2004). The two-time LSC Coach of the Year, Piper has coached 17 players that have earned a combined 28 first team All-LSC honors and 82 overall, including LSC Offensive Players of the Year Erin de Wolfe (2003) and Megan Lasley (2009). In addition, 22 players have been named all-region with three garnering All-American honors (Tiffany Adams in 2004 and Taylor Jordan and Meagan Lasley in 2008). Piper has also guided the A&M-Commerce soccer program to national prominence. The Lions have made four NCAA tournament appearances under his direction, including Elite Eight appearances in 1999 and 2008. In the last eight seasons, the Lions have defeated 13 top-25 teams including knocking off two of the last four national champions. Piper’s squads have twice knocked off the second-ranked team in the nation, defeating Metropolitan State 2-1 in 2006 and handing Tampa a 3-2 loss in 2007. Piper’s 158 career victories ranks him in the top-25 of active Division II head coaches for total wins while his .651 winning percentage also ranks among the nation’s top-25 all-time of coaches with 10 years or more of coaching experience. He has led the Lions to at least 10 victories eight times and has posted a winning record in 12 of his 13 seasons on the A&M-Commerce sideline. Piper joined the A&M-Commerce soccer coaching staff as an assistant in 1997 under Mike Munch before taking over the reigns of the program one year later. A 1996 graduate of Wichita State University, with a bachelor’s degree in education, Piper went on to complete his master’s degree in Sports Administration in 1998 from WSU. Prior to transferring to WSU, Piper attended Penn State University and Friends University, playing soccer at both institutions. He was a member of the 1993 Penn State team, which became the first Nittany Lions athletic team to capture a Big Ten title. He also was named to the 1993 All-Big Ten First Team. During his stay at WSU, Piper was sports editor of the Wichita State Sunflower and was a correspondent for the Wichita Eagle. Born September 8, 1972, in Portsmouth, England, Piper is the son of Norman (former soccer professional in Head coach Neil Piper. England and U.S.) and Cheryl Piper. He is married to the former Anne Cillessen

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and they have two children, 10-year-old Cole and seven-year-old daughter Lauren

THE PIPER FILE PERSONAL

Born................................................................. September 8, 1972 Hometown................................................. Portsmouth, England College................................................... Wichita State University Degree..................................... Bachelor’s, education (1996) Degree..................... Master’s, sports adminstration (1998)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

1991-93....................................................... Penn State University 1995.................................................................. Freinds University

COACHING EXPERIENCE

1997....................................A&M-Commerce (Assistant Coach) 1998-Present........................... A&M-Commerce (Head Coach)

PIPER’S CAREER RECORD

Overall Conf. Year School Record Record 1998 A&M-Commerce 13-6 5-2 1999 A&M-Commerce 16-4-1 7-1-1 2000 A&M-Commerce 9-6-1 3-4 2001 A&M-Commerce 9-8-2 5-2 2002 A&M-Commerce 14-3-2 4-3-1 2003 A&M-Commerce 16-3-3 7-1-1 2004 A&M-Commerce 15-7-1 7-2 2005 A&M-Commerce 11-5-3 5-3-2 2006 A&M-Commerce 12-8-3 4-3-1 2007 A&M-Commerce 9-10-1 5-4 2008 A&M-Commerce 16-4-3 7-1-2 2009 A&M-Commerce 10-8-1 5-5 2010 A&M-Commerce 8-7-3 4-4-3 2011 A&M-Commerce 8-9-3 6-6-2 2012 A&M-Commerce 5-12 4-10 TOTALS 170-100-27 78-51-13

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ASSISTANT COACH PAUL BURNS PAUL BURNS ASSISTANT COACH Staffordshire University First Season at A&M-Commerce

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aul Burns is in his first season as an assistant coach for A&M-Commerce, bringing with him over 20 years of coaching and teaching experience. Burns spent the last 17 seasons as the head coach at Austin College in Sherman, building the Kangaroo program from scratch. He compiled a 176-117-26 (.592) record while leading Austin College to three NCAA tournament berths, the 2000 American Southwest Conference championship and four-straight east division titles. During his time in Sherman, Burns’ players accounted for over 100 All-Conference and Academic All-Conference honors. He helped guide the ‘Roos to 14-straight winning seasons as well as success in the classroom as his teams consistently boasted a 3.0 GPA or higher. Prior to starting the program at Austin College, Burns spent one season at Stephen’s College in Columbia, Missouri, where he also started the Stars’ soccer program. He holds his “A” License from the United States Soccer Federation as well as his premier license from the National Soccer Coaches of America. Burns earned his undergraduate degree in Sports and Recreation Studies from Staffordshire University in the United Kingdom. There he was an accomplished player, helping lead Staffordshire to the National Finals. Burns went on to earn his master’s degree in Health and Exercise Science from the University of Missouri. Burns’ wife Holly is an elementary school teacher and the couple have two children, Jade and McKinlee. He remains active on the pitch, competing in the Dallas Men’s Outdoor Premier Soccer League.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN #11 #8 #25 #1 #3 #14 #18 #21 #26 #17 #23 #4 #10 #6 #16 #22 #24 #0 #12 #5 #9 #15 #19 #2 #20 #7

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Cadie Annett Callie Annett Vicky Back Callie Ballard Shelbie Barry Jade Bell Allie Burks Ally Cannon Dani Chantry Savannah Henderson Julia Hernandez Laura Heron Samantha Huston Catie Hyde Makayla Knabe Taylor Lambeth Sydney Lawthers Emalee McMillian Bionna Minde Stephanie Neely Breanna O’Donnell Brittni Ong Ashley Phillips Bailey Phillips Jessica Tait Anitra Wright

Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. R-So. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. R-Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So.

Midfield Defender Froward Goalkeeper Defender Forward Defender Midfield Forward Forward Midfield Defender Midfield Defender Defender Forward Defender Goalkeeper Forward Forward Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Forward Forward

Positions Goalkeeper

Callie Ballard, Emalee McMillian

Defender

Callie Annett, Shelbie Barry, Allie Burks, Laura Heron,Catie Hyde, Makayla Knabe, Sydney Lawthers

Midfield

Cadie Annett, Ally Cannon, Julia Hernandez, Samantha Hutson, Breanna O’Donnell, Brittni Ong, Ashley Phillips, Bailey Phillips

Forward

Vicky Back, Jade Bell, Dani Chantry, Savannah Henderons, Taylor Lambeth, Brionna Minde, Stephanie Neely, Jessica Tait, Anitra Wright

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Name Emalee McMillan Callie Ballard Bailey Phillips Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Stephanie Neely Caite Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Brenna O’Donnell Samantha Huston Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Jade Bell Brittni Ong Makayla Knabe Savannah Henderson Allie Burks Ashley Phillips Jessica Tait Ally Cannon Taylor Lambeth Julia Hernandez Sydney Lawthers Vicky Back Dani Chantry

Year Fr. Fr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Jr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Soph. R-Soph. Jr. Sr. R-Soph. R-Jr. Soph. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Soph. Jr. Soph. R-Fr. Fr.

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Hometown/Previous School Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs H.S. Richmond, Texas/Travis H.S. Greenville, Texas/Greenville H.S. Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite H.S. Portsmouth, England/ Aledo, Texas/Aledo H.S. Overland Park, Kan/Emporia State Fort Worth, Texas/Arlington Heights H.S. McKinney, Texas/Boyd H.S. Denton, Texas/Ryan H.S. Albuquerque, N.M./La Cueva H.S. McKinney, Texas/Boyd H.S. Richardson, Texas/Richardson H.S. Ramsey, England/Hunting Regional College Fort Worth, Texas/Keller H.S. Denton, Texas/Ryan H.S. Mabank, Texas/Mabank H.S. Houston, Texas/Duchesne Academy Arlington, Texas/Martin H.S. York, England/Barlby Primary Justin, Texas/Northwest H.S. Carrollton, Texas/Creekview H.S Greenville, Texas/Greenville H.S. Keller, Texas/Westlake Academy York, England Frisco, Texas/Liberty H.S.

Head Coach: Neil Piper (15th season), Wichita State Assistant Coach: Paul Burns (First season), Staffordshire

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2013 LION SENIORS #6 • CATIE HYDE SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-8 • OVERLAND PARK, KAN. (Emporia State) 2012: Key contributor on defense for A&M-Commerce, playing in all 17 games with 16 starts ... Finished with three points on the year, logging a goal and an assist ... Notched her first goal in an A&M-Commerce uniform at Angelo State (Oct. 7) ... Recorded her first Lion assist against Fort Lewis (Sept. 2) ... Posted six shots on the season with two on goal ... Logged 1,333 minutes on the year with nine complete games, including the final eight games of the season. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Spent two seasons at Emporia State (Kan.).. In 2011 scored three goals on 26 shots along with one assist in 18 games for the Hornets...During her freshman campiagn Hyde scored one goal and added an assist in 15 starts for the Hornets...had 15 shots eight of which were on goal... A 2010 graduate of Blue Valley Northwest High School...was named All-East Kansas League Scholar Athlete for the Huskies.

HYDE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS G A PTS Shots Sh.% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att 2010 15 1 1 3 15 .067 8 .533 0 0-0 2011 18 3 1 7 26 .115 15 .577 1 0-0 2012 17 16 1 1 3 6 .167 2 .333 0 0-0 Totals 49 5 3 13 47 .106 25 .532 1 0-0

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2013 LION SENIORS #12 • BRIONNA MINDE SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-7 • RICHARDSON, TEXAS (Richardson H.S.) 2012: Lone Star Conference Academic Player of the Year ... NSCAA All-South Central Region third team selection ... Started all 17 games for A&M-Commerce, tallying 13 points off three goals and seven assists ... Led the Lone Star Conference in both assists (seven) and assists per game (.412) while ranking sixth in both points (13) and points per game (.765) ... Recorded goals against Fort Lewis (Sept. 2), at West Texas A&M (Sept. 14) and at Abilene Christian (Oct. 19) ... Logged a pair of assists in the season-opening win over Ouachita Baptist (Aug. 30) ... Added an assist against the Skyhawks, finishing with three points ... Had an assist on four other occasions ... Finished the year with 43 shots, including 18 shots on goal ... Recorded five shots, including two on goal, against Abilene Christian (Oct. 1) ... Posted four shots, three of which were on goal, against West Texas A&M (Oct. 14) ... Logged 1,537 minutes on the year, including tallying 16 complete games ... Filled in at goalkeeper for 13 minute against Fort Lewis, keeping the Skyhawks off the scoreboard. 2011: Minde extended her career starting streak to 37 games after starting in all 20 games this season … Minde had her break out season scoring a career high, and a team high in both goals (10) and assists (6) … Minde racked up a total of 1872 minutes and 26 points in her second season with the Lions … She had 2 multi-goal games, 2 multi-assists games, and two game winners for the Lions … She notched her first career hat trick in a big 5-1 win over Angelo State (Oct. 7) … Minde finished up her season with 41 shots and 25 shots on goal giving her an impressive .610 shot on goal percent ... Minde earned the Offensive player of the week award twice on (Sep. 21) and (Oct. 12) and was the only Lion of the season to win it twice … Minde’s success on the field earned her All-Daktronics Second Team honor … Her success of the field earned her Capital One All-Academic team … Minde was the only Lion to be voted First Team All-Conference this season … Her final award of the season was earning the honor of joining the LSC All-Academic Team. 2010: Started all 17 games as a true freshman for the Lions ... Started off the season against Tusculum (Sept. 4) by notching a pair of shots, including one shot on goal ... Scored her first collegiate goal at East Central (Oct. 14) in a 5-0 A&M-Commerce win ... Also notched her first assist against the Tigers, finishing with three points on the night ... Finished the year with 18 shots, putting eight of them on goal ... Posted 15 complete games on the year, eclipsing the 100-minute mark in four games. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Earned all-district recognition twice on offense and twice on defense ... Recognized as team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, co-MVP as a junior and defensive MVP as a freshman ... Scored 14 goals and assisted on another as a junior ... In addition to being a four-year letterwinner in soccer, she earned three in track and field. Personal: Born September 16, 1991 ... Daughter of Michael and Kathy Minde ... Brother, Josh plays football at Texas State University.

MINDE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

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2010 17 17 1 1 3 18 .056 8 .444 0 0-0 2011 20 20 10 6 26 41 .244 25 .610 2 0-0 2012 17 17 3 7 13 43 .070 18 .419 0 0-0 TOTAL 54 54 14 14 42

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2013 LION JUNIORS #8 • CALLIE ANNETT JUNIOR • DEFENSE • 5-3 • McKINNEY, TEXAS (Boyd H.S.) 2012: Started all 17 games on defense for A&M-Commerce ... Posted three points on the year, tallying a goal and an assist ... Notched her first career goal in the 3-0 victory over Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 12) ... Posted her first collegiate assist, setting up her sister Cadie’s game-winning goal in overtime against Texas Woman’s (Oct. 3) ... Finished with 20 shots on the year, 11 of which were on goal ... Had five shots against the Zias, three of which were on goal ... Played all 1,553 minutes on the year ... Named a Capital One Academic All-District IV selection ... Academic All-Lone Star Conference team member. 2011: Annett was a true freshman starter for all 20 games this season as a defender for the Lions … Competed for a grand total of 1864 minutes, and saw more playing time than any other freshman player … Notched 11 shots and five shots on goal in her freshman campaign … Annett’s shot on goal percent was .455 for the season. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner at McKinney Boyd High School … Helped lead the Broncos to the 4A state championship in 4A soccer in 2008 … Captured the 5A state championship in 2011 after leading the Broncos to a state runner-up finish in 2010 ... Named honorable mention all-district midfielder as a senior ... Coached by Jimmie Lankford … Competed Sting club team from 2009-11 ... Also played for Longhorns club team from 2003-09. Personal: Born June 8, 1993 ... Daughter of Tony and Lori Annett ... Twin sister Callie is sophomore midfielder for the Lions ... Plans to major in business.

CALLIE’S CAREER STATISTICS

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#11 • CADIE ANNETT JUNIOR • MIDFIELD • 5-2 • McKINNEY, TEXAS (Boyd H.S.) 2012: Played in all 17 games for A&M-Commerce, starting 16...Notched a pair of goals on the year, finishing with four points...Scored the game-winning goal in overtime against Texas Woman’s (Oct. 3), leading the Lions to a 3-2 victory... Tallied her second goal of the year in a 3-0 victory over Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 12)...Recorded 24 shots on the year, eight of which were on goal...Had five shots against the Zias, including three on goal, with four at Abilene Christian (Oct. 19). 2011: Started as a true freshman for the Lions competing in all 20 games…Saw significant action for 1739 total minutes…Notched her first collegiate assist on opening day against Northwest Missouri St. (Sep. 3)…Annett had her first two assist game against in a win over West Texas A&M (Sep. 16)…Captured her first goal of her career in a win against Angelo State (Sep. 23)…Dropped her first post season goal in the LSC Conference Quarter Finals against Angelo State (Nov. 3)…Placed fourth on the team in points racking up 8 on the season. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner at McKinney Boyd High School…Helped lead the Broncos to the 4A state championship in 4A soccer in 2008…Captured the 5A state championship in 2011 after leading the Broncos to a state runner-up finish in 2010...Named honorable mention all-district midfielder as a senior...Coached by Jimmie Lankford…Competed Sting club team from 2009-11...Also played for Longhorns club team from 2003-09. Personal: Born June 8, 1993...Daughter of Tony and Lori Annett...Twin sister Callie is junior defender for the Lions... Plans to major in business.

CADIE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2011 20 20 0 0 0 11 .000 5 .455 0 0-0 2012 17 17 1 1 3 20 .050 11 .550 0 0-1 TOTAL 37 37

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3

31 .032

16

.516

0

0-1

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2013 LION JUNIORS #3 • SHELBIE BARRY JUNIOR • DEFENDER • 5-6 • MESQUITE, TEXAS (Mesquite H.S.) 2012: Played in six games for A&M-Commerce at defense with five starts ... Logged 330 minutes on the year, including playing the full 90 minutes vs. Fort Lewis (Sept. 2), at Dallas Baptist (Sept. 5) and against Angelo State (Sept. 21). 2011: Barry started 2 games and saw playing time in 5 games for the Lions in her first season with A&M-Commerce ... Saw a combined total of 162 minutes in her first season ... Also contributed to the offense with one shot and one shot on goal. Prior to A&M Commerce: Three year letterwinner and four year starter at Mesquite High School ... Named first team all-district as a senior ... 2010 team Most Valuable Player ... Earned honorable mention all-district honors in 2009 ... Helped lead the Skeeters to the district championship in 2009 ... Coached by Scott Rutherford ... Competed for United club team for two seasons. Personal: Born September 7, 1992 ... Daughter of Carlton and Donna Barry ... Plans to major in education.

BARRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2011 5 2 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 2012 6 5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 11

7

0

0

0

1 .000

1

1.000

0

0-0

#5 • STEPHANIE NEELY JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-5 • ALEDO, TEXAS (Aledo H.S.) 2012: Saw action in eight games for A&M-Commerce with four starts...Recorded the game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory over Abilene Christian (Oct. 1)...Tallied four shots on the year, including a pair at Abilene Christian (Oct. 19)...Also recorded a shot at Eastern New Mexico (Sept. 16) in her season debut...Logged 340 minutes on the year, including a season-high 65 at the Wildcats. 2011: Neely played in nine games to start off her freshman season with the Lions...She saw considerable playing time racking up 223 minutes...Neely notched a total of 8 shots for the season as well as 5 shots on goal...Notched her first goal resulting in a tie against Eastern New Mexico (Sep. 18)...Neely had an impressive shot on goal percent of .625 on the season. Prior to A&M Commerce: Four year letterwinner and three year starter at Aledo High School...Two-time all-region selection (2009, 2010)...All-state selection as a senior...Team captain as a senior...Named district Offensive Player of the Year in 2010...Finished her career with 55 goals and 20 assists...Helped lead the Bearcats to an undefeated district championship in each of her four seasons...Coached by Derek Vierling...Played for Velocity club team from 2009-11...Earned academic all-district and scholar all-region honors. Personal: Born March 6, 1993 ... Daughter of Rickey Neeley and Maci Chapman ... Plans to major in psychology.

NEELY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2011 9 0 1 1 3 8 .125 5 .625 0 0-0 2012 8 4 1 0 2 4 .250 1 .250 1 0-0 TOTAL 17

12

4

2

1

5

12 .167

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2013 LION JUNIORS #15 • BRITTNI ONG R-JUNIOR • MIDFIELD • 5-7 • FORT WORTH, TEXAS (Keller H.S.) 2012: Missed the 2012 season following a knee injury. 2011: Started 16 games for the Lions and competed in all 20 games of the season…Saw significant action playing a grand total of 1528 minutes this season…Added 18 shots on her career total tripling her shots from the season before…Notched 6 shots on goal for the Lions…Had an impressive .333 shot on goal average for the season. 2010: Played in six games for A&M-Commerce with a pair of starts...Notched her first career start against Abilene Christian (Oct. 29)...Recorded six shots on the year, averaging 1.00 shots per game, landing three shots on goal...Played all 90 minutes against the Wildcats while notching 68 minutes against Midwestern State (Oct. 31). Prior to A&M-Commerce: Named second team all-district as a junior...A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Keller Central High School...Recognized as Most Improved as a junior...A two-year letterwinner in cross country as a freshman and as a sophomore...A member of National Honor Society in high school. Personal: Born June 17, 1992...Daughter of Brett and Stacey Ong.

ONG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2010 6 2 0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 2011 20 16 0 0 0 18 .000 6 .333 0 0-0 TOTAL 26 18

0

0

0

24 .000

9

.375

0

0-0

#18 • ALLIE BURKS JUNIOR • DEFENDER • 5-6 • HOUSTON, TEXAS (Duchesne Academy) 2012: Played in 15 games for A&M-Commerce with seven starts ... Notched her first collegiate start against Midwestern State (Sept. 29) ... Finished with six shots on the year, four of which were on goal ... Had a pair of shots at Dallas Baptist (Sept. 5), both of which were on goal ... Tallied 965 minutes on the year, playing all 110 minutes against the Mustangs ... Filled in at goalkeeper in the second half against Fort Lewis (Sept. 2), recording two saves while allowing a pair of goals. 2011: Did not see action Prior to A&M Commerce: Three sport athlete while at Duchesne Academy in Houston, Texas ... Two year letterwinner in soccer under coach Ahmit Shaw ... First team all-district and second team all-state selection as a sophomore ... Also lettered twice in track and field, competing in sprints, as well as once in cross country ... Played for the Albion Hurricanes club soccer team from 2004-10 ... Also played for Eclipse club team from 2001-03 ... Won the state championship in 2003 ... Competed in the National Cup state finals in 2002, 2009 and 2010 ... Competed in AAU track, qualifying for the regional meet in the 1500 meter in 2007 and the national meet in the 800 and 1500 meters in 2008. Personal: Born May 14, 1991 ... Daughter of H. Gray and Oralia Burks ... Brother Jonathan ran track at the Air Force Academy, qualifying for the NCAA championship in the 800 meter in 2007.

BURKS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

2012

15

7

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 6

.000

4

.667

0

0-0

TOTAL 15 7 0 0 0 6 .000 4 .667 0 0-0

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2013 LION JUNIORS #23 • JULIA HERNANDEZ SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELD • 5-2 • GREENVILLE, TEXAS (Greenville H.S.) 2012: Saw action in 12 games for A&M-Commerce with five starts on the year ... Notched her first collegiate start in the 2-1 win at West Texas A&M (Sept. 14) ... Tallied her first shot at Midwestern State (Oct. 21) ... Played in a total of 438 minutes, including logging all 90 minutes at the Mustangs.

HERNANDEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

2012

12

5

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 1 .000

0

.000

0

0-0

TOTAL 12 5 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

#2 • BAILEY PHILLIPS SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELD • 5-4 • GREENVILLE, TEXAS (Greenville H.S.) 2012: Saw action in nine games for A&M-Commerce, including her first career start in the season finale at Texas Woman’s (Oct. 27)...Recorded a pair of shots on the year, including a shot on goal at Angelo State (Oct. 7)..Also tallied a shot against Incarnate Word (Sept. 23)...Logged 178 minutes on the year, including a career-high 42 against the Pioneers. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner for Greenville High School...Named GHS Newcomer of the Year as a freshman...Three-time all-district selection...Team captain during her junior and senior seasons...National Honor Society Member and the Foreign Language Honor Society. Personal: Born April 6, 1994...Daughter of Jerrie and Deanna Phillips...Collegiate major is undecided.

PHILLIPS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012

GP GS 9

1

G

A

Pts.

0

0

0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 2 .000

1

.500

0

0-0

TOTAL 9 1 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0

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2013 LION SOPHOMORES #4 • LAURA HERON SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 5-7 •PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND 2012: One of the top defenders for A&M-Commerce, starting all 17 games on the year for the Lions...Keyed in on one of the top offensive players on the opposition as A&M-Commerce allowed just 1.65 goals per game and a .128 shot percentage...Notched 15 complete games in 2012, including the 110 minute overtime affair against Midwestern State (Sept. 29). Prior to A&M-Commerce: Was a memeber of Hampshire FC U18 Squad Southwest England champions from 2009-2011...Won 2012 Southwest England title as part of the senior squad...Received managers most improved award player with Partsmouth Ladies FC in 2011. Personal: Born January 28, 1994...Daughter of Paul and Ros Heron...Plans to major in health and human performance.

HERON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

2012

17

17

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

TOTAL 17 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

#7 • ANITRA WRIGHT SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-2 • ARLINGTON, TEXAS (Arlington Heights H.S.) 2012: Second team All-Lone Star Conference selection ... Major contributor in her first season at A&M-Commerce, appearing in all 17 games with 16 starts ... Led the Lions with five goals and ranked second with 11 points ... Ranked seventh in the LSC in goals scored and ninth in goals per game (0.29) ... Recorded her first collegiate goal against nationally-ranked Fort Lewis (Sept. 2) .. Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win at West Texas A&M (Sept. 14) ... Also recorded the game-winning goal in the 3-0 victory over Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 12) ... Notched goals against Incarnate Word (Sept. 23) and Texas Woman’s (Oct. 3) ... Notched her first collegiate assist at Angelo State (Oct. 7) ... Led the Lions with 60 shots on the year, 25 of which were on goal ... Recorded nine shots against Midwestern State (Sept. 29), three of which were on goal ... Had eight shots against Abilene Christian (Oct. 1), including four on goal ... Logged 1,318 shots on the year, including six complete games. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner at Arington Heights High School ... Defender of the Year in 2011 ... All-District selection in 2009, 2010 and 2012 ... Four-time district champions from 2009 to 2012. Personal: Born March 29, 1994 ... Daughter of Eddie and Ann Wright ... Plans to major in criminal Justice.

WRIGHT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2012

17

5

1

11

60 .083

16

25

.417

2

0-0

TOTAL 17 16 5 1 11 60 .083 25 .417 2 0-0

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2013 LION SOPHOMORES #9 • BRENNA O’DONNELL SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELD • 5-3 • DENTON, TEXAS (Ryan H.S.) 2012: Saw action in six games for A&M-Commerce, logging her first career start against Incarnate Word (Sept. 23) ... Recorded a shot against Angelo State (Sept. 21) ... Logged 152 minutes on the year, including a career-best 56 against the Rambelles.

O’DONNELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012

GP GS 6

1

G

A

Pts.

0

0

0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 1 .000

0

.000

0

0-0

TOTAL 6 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

#10 • SAMANTHA HUSTON R-SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELD • 5-6 • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (La Cueva H.S.) 2012: Redshirted the 2012 season. 2011: Huston saw in action in 18 total games and started in 17 games for the Lions ... She notched her first goal in the first game of the season against Northwest Missouri State (Sep. 3) ... Huston helped the Lions to a 5-1 victory over Angelo State (Oct. 7) with a pair of assists ... Huston ended her freshman season with a grand total of seven points off of five assists and a goal ... She also helped the Lions offensive barrage with 32 shots and nine shots on goal. Prior to A&M Commerce: Two year letterwinner at La Cueva High School ... First team all-state and all-city selection in 2010 ... Team captain as a senior ... Finished her career with 19 goals and 24 assists ... Helped lead the Bears to back-to-back state championship game appearances in 2009 and 2010 ... Was a New Mexico State Cup champion in 2008 with a finalist appearance in 2009 ... La Cueva High School MVP as a senior ... Coached by Amber Ashcroft ... Played for Albuquerque United FC club team from 2008-11 ... Also played for Texas Elite (2007-08) and Longhorn (2003-06) club teams. Personal: Born April 14, 1993 ... Daughter of Charles Huston and Erin Donnell ... Plans to major in education. Mother Erin Adamson-O’Donnell played under Coach Neil Piper in the 99-00 season.

HUSTON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2011 18 17 1 5 7 32 .031 9 .281 0 0-0 TOTAL 18 17

16

1 5

7

32 .031

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.281

0

0-0

2013 LION SOPHOMORES #14 • JADE BELL R-SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-2 • RAMSEY, ENGLAND (Hunting Regional College) 2012: Played in two games for A&M-Commerce with a pair of starts ... Had six shots, including one on goal in the season-opener against Ouachita Baptist (Aug. 30) ... Recorded three shots against both the Tigers and Fort Lewis (Sept. 2) ... Missed the remainder of the season after suffering a broken ankle. 2011: Bell played in 19 games and started in 18 games to start her freshman campaign ... Voted Second team All-Conference ... Named Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year ... Scored a total of seven goals including a pair in her first collegiate game against Northwest Missouri State (Sep. 3) ... Bell had another two-goal performance against Angelo State in a 3-2 victory (Sep. 23) ... Three of the goals she scored this season were game winners, which was the most game winners on the team ... She notched her first assist against Dallas Baptist (Sep. 13) and captured four on the season ... Bell fired the most shots on the team topping out at 49 and 22 shots on goal giving her a .143 shot on goal percent. Prior to A&M Commerce: Competed internationally at Hunting Regional College in England … Voted Best Female athlete her 2008 season … Winner of the Athlete of the Year award her 2009 season … Norhalne Cup winner while competing with Rushden & Diamonds club team … Won the league while she competed at Huntingdon College in 2010 … Won the Anglo Welsh Shield her 2010 and 2011 seasons while playing at numerous England Colleges … Coached by Paul Sullivan while at Huntingdon Regional College. Personal: Born April 20th 1993 … Daughter of Stephen and Annette Bell … Plans to major in sports recreation and management.

BELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att.

2011 19 18 7 4 18 49 .143 22 .449 3 0-0 2012 2 2 0 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0-0 TOTAL 21 20 7

4

18

54 .143

23 .426

3 0-0

#16 • MAKAYLA KNABE SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 5-2 • DENTON, TEXAS (Ryan H.S.) 2012: Saw action in 10 games for A&M-Commerce, logging a pair of starts for the Lions ... Earned her first collegiate start at Incarnate Word (Oct. 5) ... Posted a shot in the 3-0 win against Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 12) ... Logged 351 minutes on the year, including a career-high 76 at Angelo State (Oct. 7).

KNABE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2012

10

2

0

0

0

1 .000

0

.000

0

0-0

2

0

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0-0

TOTAL 10

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. .000

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2013 LION SOPHOMORES #22 • TAYLOR LAMBETH SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-4 • CARROLLTON, TEXAS (CreekviewH.S.) 2012: Saw action in seven games for A&M-Commerce, including her first career start against Angelo State (Sept. 21) ... Recored a shot on goal at Eastern New Mexico (Sept. 16) ... Logged 222 minutes on the year, including a career-high 75 minutes against the Zias.

LAMBETH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012

GP GS 7

1

G

A

Pts.

0

0

0

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 1 .000

1

1.000

0

0-0

TOTAL 7 1 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0

#24 • SYDNEY LAWTHERS SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 5-7 • KELLER, TEXAS (Westlake Academy) 2012: Saw action in 10 games for A&M-Commerce, starting all 10 for the Lions ... Started her collegiate career with a bang, scoring the first goal of the season and eventual game-winner against Ouachita Baptist (Aug. 30) ... Finished with six shots on the year, including three shots on goal ... Had three shots, including a pair on goal against the Tigers ... Logged 741 minutes on the year, including four complete games.

LAWTHERS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2012

10

1

0

2

10

Sh. Sh.% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att. 6 .167

3

.500

1

0-0

TOTAL 10 10 1 0 2 6 .167 3 .500 1 0-0

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2013 LION FRESHMEN #0 • EMALEE MCMILLAN FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER • 5-5 • SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS (Sulphur Springs H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Three year letterwinner at Sulphur Springs High School … Finished her prep career with 385 saves and 22 shutouts … Helped lead the Wildcats to a playoff appearance in 2013 … First team all-district selection as a junior … Captured second team all-district honors as a senior while picking up team MVP honors … All-district honorable mention selection as a sophomore … Three-time Academic All-District honoree … Coached by Jesus DeLeon … Member of Liverpool FC America club team … National Honor Society member. Personal: Born March 1, 1995 in San Antonio … Daughter of Brian and Janene McMillan … Plans to major in mathematics.

#1 • CALLIE BALLARD FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER • 5-11 • RICHMOND, TEXAS (Travis H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Three year letterwinner and two year starter at Rockwall High School ... First team All-District 12-5A selection as a senior after earning honorable mention honors as a junior ... Team captain as a senior ... Helped lead the Yellowjackets to the area finals in 2012 after a bi-district final appearance in 2011 ... Posted 246 kills as a senior ... Coached by Damon Wilson ... Two year member of Ignite volleyball club and one year member of Impact Highline, attending the national tournament. Personal: Born May 17, 1995 ... Daughter of Tim and Lean Wheeler ... Father was a two-year letterwinner for the East Texas State football team from 1994-95 ... Her great uncle is Rex Stultz, an A&M-Commerce Hall of Fame member in tennis and football ... Plans to major in mathematics.

#17 • SAVANAH HENDERSON FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-11 • MAYBANK, TEXAS (Maybank H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner at Mabank High School … Two-time District Offensive Most Valuable Player … Helped lead the Lady Panthers to the District 31-3A title in 2013, advancing to the regional semifinals … Set the school record with 77 goals as a senior, one year after tallying 63 as a junior, including six in a game … Two-time All-East Texas selection … All-District Newcomer of the Year … Academic All-District honoree … Coached by Jeff Downs. Personal: Born August 30, 1994 … Daughter of Randy and Kimberly Henderson … Collegiate major is undecided.

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2013 LION FRESHMEN #19 • ASHLEY PHILLIPS FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-11 • ARLINGTON, TEXAS (Martin H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Two year letterwinner and starter at Arlington Martin High School… Helped lead the Warriors to the District 3-5A title, advancing to the regional quarterfinals…First team all-district selection as a senior, being named the Defensive MVP…Honorable mention all-district as a junior…Notched five goals as a defender during her prep career…Academic AllState selection…Coached by Ruth Knight…Member of the Polaris White club team since 2006… Tallied a handful of academic accolades, including graduating cum laude and being a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. Personal: Born October 7, 1994…Daughter of Harry and Debbie Phillips…Plans to major in biological science.

#20 • JESSICA TAIT FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-5 • YORK, ENGLAND (Barbly Primary) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Key player for Barlby Community Primary School in North Yorkshire, England…Helped lead the team to a second-place finish in the College League in 2011-12…Selected for British Colleges National Team in 2012…Member of Sheffield Wednesday Women’s club team from 2011-12…Member of FA Centre of Excellence club team from 2005-10…Also suited up for Middlesborough Ladies from 2012-13…Coached by Jamie Rank. Personal: Born January 4, 1995 in Chatham, England…Daughter of Simon Tait and Helen Dews…Undecided on collegiate major.

#21 • ALLY CANNON FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-4 • JUSTIN, TEXAS (Northwest H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner and starter at Justin Northwest High School… Second team All-District 4-5A selection…Helped lead the Texans to the 2011 5A playoffs… Coached by Lincoln Hunt…Member of D’Feeters Soccer club…Also spent three years with the Dallas Texans Soccer club from 2010-12. Personal: Born December 7, 1994…Daughter of Curtis and Kay Cannon…Plans to pursue a major in interdisciplinary studies.

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2013 LION FRESHMEN #25 • VICKY BACK R-FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-10 • YORK, ENGLAND 2012: Redshirted the 2012 season.

#26 • DANI CHANTRY FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-3 • FRISCO, TEXAS (Liberty H.S.) Prior to A&M-Commerce: Four year letterwinner at Frisco Liberty High School…Helped lead the Lady Redhawks to the regional quarterfinals in 2013…Named the District 9-4A Offensive Player of the Year, finishing with 22 goals on the season…Named second team all-district as a junior and was honorable mention all-district as both a freshman and sophomore…Two-time team offensive MVP…All-State Academic Team selection…Coached by Cissy Blaisure…Also lettered three times in softball…Member of the Texas Football Club from 2009-12 and Andromeda Football Club from 2012-13. Personal: Born December 3, 1994…Daughter of Marcus and Sue Kelly…Undecided on collegiate major.

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2012 STATISTICS

2012 SEASON STATISTICS 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce Combined Team Statistics (Final Statistics) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Aug 30 Sep 02 Sep 05 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 21 Sep 23 Sep 29 Oct 01 Oct 03 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 12 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 27

Opponent OUACHITA BAPTIST vs #10 Fort Lewis (Colo.) at #9 Dallas Baptist at West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico ANGELO STATE INCARNATE WORD MIDWESTERN STATE ABILENE CHRISTIAN TEXAS WOMAN'S at Incarnate Word at Angelo State EASTERN NEW MEXICO WEST TEXAS A&M at Abilene Christian at Midwestern State at Texas Woman's

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

OVERALL 5-12 4-10 1-2

W L L W L L L Lo2 W Wot L L W L L L L

Score 2-0 2-4 0-2 2-1 0-1 1-2 1-4 0-1 1-0 3-2 0-1 1-3 3-0 0-1 1-2 0-3 0-1

Att. 448 125 186 204 50 227 139 89 104 211 200 242 283 212 219 306 375

A&M-C

OPP

17-206 1.00 . 083 91-206 . 442 12.1 99 0-1

28-218 1.65 . 128 103-218 . 472 12.8 92 2-2

8 0

3 0

1713 8/214 1/125

1782 8/223

HOME 4-4 3-4 1-0 ##

Player

12 7 19 11 8 17 6 24 5 18 14 2 23 22 16 9 21 4 3 0

Brionna Minde Anitra Wright Eva Brutto Cadie Annett Callie Annett Tareyn Blanton Catie Hyde Sydney Lawthers Stephanie Neely Allie Burks Jade Bell Bailey Phillips Julia Hernandez Taylor Lambeth Makayla Knabe Brenna O'Donnell Kaylin Taylor Laura Heron Shelbie Barry Tracey Rogers Total Opponents

Goalie 12 Brionna Minde 0 Tracey Rogers 18 Allie Burks ##

Total Opponents Goals by Period A&M-Commerce Opponents Shots by Period A&M-Commerce Opponents

AWAY 1-7 1-6 0-1

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

gp g a 17 3 7 17 5 1 17 2 2 17 2 0 17 1 1 16 1 1 17 1 1 10 1 0 8 1 0 15 0 0 2 0 0 9 0 0 12 0 0 7 0 0 10 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 17 0 0 6 0 0 17 0 0 17 17 13 17 28 16 GP 1 17 1 17 17

Min. 12:45 1495:02 45:00 1552:47 1552:47

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

13 43 .070 18 .419 0 11 60 .083 25 .417 2 6 14 .143 9 .643 0 4 24 .083 8 .333 1 3 20 .050 11 .550 0 3 11 .091 7 .636 0 3 6 .167 2 .333 0 2 6 .167 3 .500 1 2 4 .250 1 .250 1 0 6 .000 4 .667 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 47 206 .083 91 .442 5 72 218 .128 103 .472 12 GA

0 26 2 28 17

GAAvg Saves

0.00 1.57 4.00 1.62 0.99

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

12 11

4 16

1 0

0 1

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

106 96 98 115

3 1

1 4

Saves by Period A&M-Commerce Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

36 37

39 36

0 1

0 0

Corners by Period A&M-Commerce Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

50 42

47 46

2 2

0 2

Fouls by Period A&M-Commerce Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

63 51

69 83

2 1

0 1

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0 70 2 75 74

Pct

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-2

W-L-T

Sho

.000 0-0-0 .729 5-11-0 .500 0-1-0 .728 5-12-0 .813 12-5-0

0.0 3.0 0.0 3 7

Total 17 28 Total 206 218 Total 75 74 Total 99 92 Total 134 136

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GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Fort Lewis (Colo.) vs A&M-Commerce (Sep 02, 2012 at Wichita Falls, Texas)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Ouachita Baptist vs A&M-Commerce (Aug 30, 2012 at Commerce, Texas) Goals by period Ouachita Baptist A&M-Commerce

Ouachita Baptist (0-1-0) vs. A&M-Commerce (1-0-0) Date: Aug 30, 2012 • Attendance: 448 Weather: Upper 80s, cloudy

Ouachita Baptist

Po gk d m d m m m d m m f

Player Shelby Shepherd Mary Whisenhunt Abby Emanuel Leah Anderson Lauren Hatch Taylor Gay Sarah McKimmey Carrie Lieblong Morgan Pitchford Jessica Allen Sarah Broyles -- Substitutes -7 Brittany Davidson 13 Sammie Mack Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 65 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 52 1 1 - - - 90 1 1 - - - 88 2 1 - - - 90 3 1 - - - 85

# 00 2 3 6 9 10 11 12 15 16 24

8

# Goalkeepers 00 Shelby Shepherd

4

0

0

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Jade Bell Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -23 Julia Hernandez Totals

Total 0 2

15

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

8

2

1 4 10

2 4 5

Total 8 15

Saves by period Ouachita Baptist A&M-Commerce

1 4 1

2 2 3

Total 6 4

Corner kicks Ouachita Baptist A&M-Commerce

1 0 5

2 4 2

Total 4 7

Fouls Ouachita Baptist A&M-Commerce

1 3 1

2 3 5

Total 6 6

No.

Time Team 11:41 A&M-C 24:09 A&M-C

1. 2.

Goal scorer Sydney Lawthers (1) Eva Brutto (1)

Assist Brionna Minde Brionna Minde

Player Caitlyn Espinosa Serena Mancha Megan Striedel Madyson Wellcome Lauren Riley Rachael Budagher Sam Weiss Emma Cannis Brooke Milliet Elena Benavides Laura Tita -- Substitutes -0 Amanda Raso 5 Allison Knewitz 10 Emily Walters 12 Kate Sowell 20 Grace Sheridan Totals

# 1 2 4 6 7 8 9 14 15 23 24

# 1 0

Description

off cross, off far post from inside 18 yr box

Goalkeepers Caitlyn Espinosa Amanda Raso

A&M-Commerce

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 45 1 1 - - - 32 4 3 2 1 - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 1 - - 90 - - - - 90 3 1 1 - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 45 5 2 - 1 - 90 - - - - 58 1 1 2 18

1 1 10

4

2

4

1 2 2

Po gk d d d f d f f d mf d

45 21 45 38 32

# 0 3 4 6 7 8 12 14 17 19 24 2 11 18 21 23

Min GA Saves 45:00 2 0 45:00 0 2

# 0 12 18

Player Tracey Rogers Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Brionna Minde Jade Bell Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -Bailey Phillips Cadie Annett Allie Burks Kaylin Taylor Julia Hernandez Totals

2 2 0

Total 4 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 32 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - 1 - 71 2 2 1 - - 61 - - - - 90 3 2 1 1 - 90 3 - - - - 90 - - - - 71 - - - - 90 - - - - 73 1 10

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers Brionna Minde Allie Burks

4

2

1 10 6

2 8 4

Total 18 10

Saves by period Fort Lewis (Colo.) A&M-Commerce

1 0 4

2 2 2

Total 2 6

Corner kicks Fort Lewis (Colo.) A&M-Commerce

1 4 4

2 3 2

Total 7 6

Fouls Fort Lewis (Colo.) A&M-Commerce

1 1 4

2 3 3

Total 4 7

No.

Time Team 2:19 FLC 2:35 A&M-C 12:03 A&M-C 17:16 FLC 58:23 FLC 83:45 FLC

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Goal scorer Megan Striedel (1) Brionna Minde (1) Anitra Wright (1) Megan Striedel (2) Lauren Riley (1) Sam Weiss (3)

Assist (unassisted) Catie Hyde Brionna Minde Elena Benavides (unassisted) Megan Striedel

2

7

36 5 59 13 29

Min GA Saves 32:15 2 4 12:45 0 0 45:00 2 2

Shots by period Fort Lewis (Colo.) A&M-Commerce

Scoring summary:

Cautions and ejections: YC-OBUW #6 (81:48) Win-Tracey Rogers (1-0-0). Loss-Shelby Shepherd (0-1-0). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Dustin Cohen; Asst. Referee: Julio Villaruel; Ian Chapman; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Ouachita Baptist 0, A&M-Commerce 2.

Po gk mf mf d d d f f mf mf d

- 50 6

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 4

Shots by period Ouachita Baptist A&M-Commerce

Scoring summary:

2

Goals by period Fort Lewis (Colo.) A&M-Commerce

Fort Lewis (Colo.) (2-0) vs. A&M-Commerce (1-1) Date: Sep 02, 2012 • Attendance: 125 Weather:

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 68 - - - - 62 1 1 - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 4 2 - 2 - 90 3 1 - - - 90 - - - - 90 2 1 1 - - 90 3 2 1 - - 90

# 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 14 17 19 24

# 0

2 0 0

Fort Lewis (Colo.)

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d f d m f f d m d

- 35 - 36 6

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6

1 0 2

Description cross from left wing short combination in box off free kick thru ball

Cautions and ejections:

Official's signature

Win-Amanda Raso (1-0). Loss-Allie Burks (0-1). Stadium: MSU Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Dave Warner; Asst. Referee: Giovanny Sanchez; Joel McKell; Timekeeper: Trey Reed; Scorer: Alyson Reynolds; Offsides: Fort Lewis (Colo.) 1, A&M-Commerce 2.

Official's signature

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Final Statistics A&M-Commerce vs West Texas A&M (Sep 14, 2012 at Canyon, Texas)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs #9 Dallas Baptist (Sep 05, 2012 at Dallas, Texas) Goals by period A&M-Commerce Dallas Baptist

A&M-Commerce (1-2-0) vs. Dallas Baptist (3-0-0) Date: Sep 05, 2012 • Attendance: 186 Weather: Clear, 95

A&M-Commerce

Player Tracey Rogers Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 18 Allie Burks 22 Taylor Lambeth 23 Julia Hernandez Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 60 1 - - - - 80 - - - - 66 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 80 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 86

Po # gk 0 3 4 6 7 8 11 12 17 19 24

# 0

2 5

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

2 2

0

0

7

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6

1 0 0

Dallas Baptist

Po # gk 0 1 4 5 7 9 10 11 13 14 21

14 46 10 8

2 6 8 12 15 18 19

# 0

Player Kerry Edwards Danielle Presley Lea Sedwick Jake Cox Annie Wells Andrea Hutchins Baylie Hill Lindsey Eccles Ashley Cox Mia Romo Emilie MacDonald -- Substitutes -Jolee Patterson Sara Boren Kelsey Hall Dayna Debacker Lindsay Cox Kailey Roberts Courtney Baxter Totals

2 0 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 4 1 - - - 83 4 3 - - - 68 1 1 - - - 90 2 1 - - - 80 - - - - 88 - - 1 - 90 2 2 2 - - 61 - - - - 41 - - - - 44 - - - - 58 13

Goalkeepers Kerry Edwards

8

2

1 0 8

2 5 5

Total 5 13

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Dallas Baptist

1 4 0

2 2 2

Total 6 2

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Dallas Baptist

1 2 4

2 4 4

Total 6 8

Fouls A&M-Commerce Dallas Baptist

1 6 1

2 1 4

Total 7 5

No. 1. 2.

Time Team 58:03 DBU 59:47 DBU

5

A&M-Commerce

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Julia Hernandez Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -3 Shelbie Barry 18 Allie Burks 22 Taylor Lambeth Totals

# 0

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

Description

Shot from 20 yards out Pass from end line, shot from top of box

0

7

25 76 12

4 6 10 15 16 17

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 4

# 1

Goalkeepers Yvette Bedoy

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 45 8 2 1 - - 90 2 - - - - 90 - - - - 23 1 1 - - - 41 1 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 1 1 19

1 5

1

Total 12 19

Saves by period A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

1 0 5

2 4 1

Total 4 6

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

1 1 6

2 3 5

Total 4 11

Fouls A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

1 3 6

2 4 9

Total 7 15

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 9:10 WTAMU 22:26 A&M-C 73:54 A&M-C

Goal scorer Leslie Briggs (9) Brionna Minde (2) Anitra Wright (2)

Assist Penalty kick (unassisted) (unassisted)

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #17 (88:15)

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #18 (82:30)

Win-Kerry Edwards (3-0-0). Loss-Tracey Rogers (1-1-0). Stadium: Patriot Field Officials: Referee: Tim Debysingh; Asst. Referee: Giovanni Sanchez; John Dearmond; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 3, Dallas Baptist 0.

Win-Tracey Rogers (2-2). Loss-Yvette Bedoy (1-2-1). Stadium: The Pitch Officials: Timekeeper: Kit Strief; Scorer: Kit Strief; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 3, West Texas A&M 1.

LionAthletics.com • #WeAreLions

- - - - - - 0 15

45 9 12 0 25 71

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6

2 4 11

Official's signature

24

2

Player Yvette Bedoy Berklee Watson Becky Peth Kelsey Wright Leslie Briggs Lindsay McHorse Haley Girard Emily Krenek Rachel Roth Rhea Belgrave Kassandra Thetford -- Substitutes -Jessie Thomas Aspen Johnson Hannah Blakely Christina Lehman Taylor Laubhan Jasmine Schultz Totals

Total 2 1

1 8 8

No.

Assist (unassisted) Baylie Hill

1 8

Po # gk 1 2 3 8 9 13 14 18 19 20 22

2 1 0

Shots by period A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

Scoring summary: Goal scorer Lindsey Eccles (4) Lindsey Eccles (5)

1 12

1 1 1

West Texas A&M

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 14 5 4 1 - - 79 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 5 2 1 - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 64 - - - - 90

Po # gk 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 17 19 23 24

32 34 55 23 23 7 23

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 2

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Dallas Baptist

Scoring summary:

1

Goals by period A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

A&M-Commerce2-2 (1-0 LSC) vs. West Texas A&M2-3-1 (1-1 LSC) Date: Sep 14, 2012 • Attendance: 204 Weather: Cloudy, 65 degrees and breezy

Total 0 2

Description Keeper came out to defend and #7 had o

Official's signature

GAME-BY-GAME BOXSCORES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs Eastern New Mexico (Sep 16, 2012 at Portales, N.M.) Goals by period A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

A&M-Commerce (2-3;LSC 1-1) vs. Eastern New Mexico (2-5;LSC 1-2) Date: Sep 16, 2012 • Attendance: 50 Weather: sunny and warm

A&M-Commerce

Po g d d f d m f d m m d

# 0 3 4 7 8 11 12 17 19 23 24 5 6 9 16 18 21 22

# 0

Player Tracey Rogers Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Julia Hernandez Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -Stephanie Neely Catie Hyde Breanna O'Donnell Makayla Knabe Allie Burks Kaylin Taylor Taylor Lambeth Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 15 - - - - 66 1 1 - - - 66 1 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 80 6 2 - - - 79 - - - - 43 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 66 - - - - 69 1 1 1 13

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

1 1 7

0

0

7

2 0 0

Total 0 1

# 01

1 9 7

2 4 2

Total 13 9

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

1 2 5

2 1 2

Total 3 7

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

1 2 2

2 0 2

Total 2 4

Fouls A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

1 3 3

2 4 4

Total 7 7

No. 1.

Time Team 36:04 ENMU

Po gk m d d m m d d m f m

Player Danielle Edwards Katie Squires Caitlyn Conaway Ashley Exford Hanna Horeis Maggie Schaffer Karli Maxey Jordan Benfield Selena Alvarez Lauren Bateman Lauren Carnes -- Substitutes -6 Trisha Killen 11 Sierra Anderson 22 Kayla Gregory 23 Teegan Courtney Totals

Assist Carolyn Armijo

Incarnate Word

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Heather Kowalik - - - - 64 Sarah Parker 2 2 2 - - 90 Katie Miller 1 1 1 1 - 56 Amber Guenther 1 - - 1 - 85 Amanda Watkins 2 - - 1 - 90 Sydney Solomon 3 2 - - - 82 Jordyn Garcia 2 1 1 - - 50 Samantha Johnson 2 1 - - - 87 Elizabeth Washington - - - - 90 Sarah Johnson 2 2 - - - 83 Hannah Collazo - - - - 90 -- Substitutes -1 Karly Brightwell - - - - 26 8 Sarah Flores - - - - 40 9 Leslie Smith - - - - 22 12 Kathryn Mundy 1 - - - 8 16 Daniella Cardoza - - - 3 22 Angelica Carrizales - - - - 24 Totals 16 9 4 3 9

# 0 2 3 4 6 7 17 19 23 25 30

# 0 1

Goalkeepers Heather Kowalik Karly Brightwell

2 16 18 21 22 23

Min GA Saves 64:12 1 3 25:48 0 1

# 0

1 1 1

Player Tracey Rogers Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Brenna O'Donnell Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto -- Substitutes -Bailey Phillips Makayla Knabe Allie Burks Kaylin Taylor Taylor Lambeth Julia Hernandez Totals

2 3 0

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 20 - - - - 90 - - - - 79 4 3 1 - - 85 - - - - 90 - - - - 40 1 1 - - - 90 3 - - - - 85 1 1 - - - 74 - - 1 - 90 1 10

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

5

1

2 3 4

Total 5 7

Corner kicks Angelo State A&M-Commerce

1 4 0

2 1 6

Total 5 6

Fouls Angelo State A&M-Commerce

1 6 4

2 5 2

Total 11 6

1. 2.

Time Team 76:59 ASU 78:18 A&M-C

Goal scorer Selena Alvarez (1) Eva Brutto (2)

Assist Lauren Carnes Brionna Minde

3.

81:07 ASU

Maggie Schaffer (1)

Lauren Carnes

Total 16 10

Saves by period Incarnate Word A&M-Commerce

1 1 2

2 3 3

Total 4 5

Corner kicks Incarnate Word A&M-Commerce

1 1 3

2 3 4

Total 4 7

Fouls Incarnate Word A&M-Commerce

1 3 2

2 6 1

Total 9 3

Time Team 5:26 UIW 29:21 A&M-C 55:34 UIW 73:03 UIW 81:24 UIW

Goal scorer Jordyn Garcia (1) Anitra Wright (3) Sarah Parker (1) Sarah Parker (1) Katie Miller (1)

Assist Amber Guenther Eva Brutto Katie Miller Corner kick Amanda Watkins

1

3

Midwestern State

Po gk d m m f d m d f f m

# 1 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 18 23 2 3 6 14 15 17 20 22 24 25

16 64 25 11 5 5

6

78 56 18

Description

off free kick after foul. header inside 6 yr off corner kick, header from left post insid yrd box gained control around 20 yards out and s 18 to far post

Official's signature

# 1

Player Mallory Whitworth Berklee Dressler Alex Edwards Stevie Harris Mickey Brown Hanna Staley Katy Catney Anna Molen Payton Fookes Kaila Maxey Maddie Fraser -- Substitutes -Brianne Bates Haley Crandall Tatyanny Griffiths Kaily Whitsel Megan Barnhart Emily Saville Morgan Hannon Ashley Cottrell Teri Todd Lainie Lambert Totals

Goals by period Midwestern State A&M-Commerce

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 110 - - - - 83 - - - - 110 2 - - - - 75 4 - - - - 96 - - - - 110 2 - - - - 54 - - - - 100 6 2 1 - - 86 - - - - 89 1 - - - - 82 1 16

Goalkeepers Mallory Whitworth

1 3

1

- - - - - - - - - - 0 13

Min GA Saves 110:00 0 6

1 0 0

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d f d f f d m m m

27 15 14 16 11 29 39 42 14 6

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto Julia Hernandez -- Substitutes -5 Stephanie Neely 9 Brenna O'Donnell 16 Makayla Knabe Totals

Total 1 0

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 110 - - - - 110 1 1 - - - 110 9 3 - - - 110 1 1 - - - 110 2 - - - - 110 - - - - 110 4 2 - - - 107 - - - - 110 1 - - - - 110 - - - - 46

# 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 17 18 19 23

# 0

2 OT O2 0 0 1 0 0 0

18

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

7

0

- - - 0 15

34 3 30

Min GA Saves 110:00 1 2

Shots by period Midwestern State A&M-Commerce

1 3 10

2 OT O2 8 1 4 5 2 1

Total 16 18

Saves by period Midwestern State A&M-Commerce

1 4 1

2 OT O2 2 1 0 1 0 0

Total 7 2

Corner kicks Midwestern State A&M-Commerce

1 2 7

2 OT O2 4 2 2 1 1 0

Total 10 9

Fouls Midwestern State A&M-Commerce

1 2 4

2 OT O2 9 1 1 9 2 0

Total 13 15

Description

spin move past defender insdie 18 shot inside 18 header off corner kick. scramble losse ball. top of box off shot from 25 yrds out

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team

1. 108:04 MSU

Goal scorer Payton Fookes (1)

Assist (unassisted)

Description

shot from 25 or so yards out. beat goalie right post.

Cautions and ejections:

Cautions and ejections: Win-Heather Kowalik (2-3). Loss-Tracey Rogers (2-4-0). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: BJ Jones; Asst. Referee: Austin Jackson; John Dearmond; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Incarnate Word 0, A&M-Commerce 1.

1

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6 1 2 3

Min GA Saves 90:00 4 5

2 11 6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1

Saves by period Angelo State A&M-Commerce

Midwestern State (2-6-2, 2-2-2 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (2-6-0, 1-4-0 LSC) Date: Sep 29, 2012 • Attendance: 89 Weather: 68, light rain

Total 4 1

1 5 4

No.

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

1 6

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Midwestern State vs A&M-Commerce (Sep 29, 2012 at Commerce, Texas)

Shots by period Incarnate Word A&M-Commerce

Scoring summary:

# 0

Win-Danielle Edwards (4-2-1). Loss-Tracey Rogers (2-3-0). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: John Navarro; Asst. Referee: Robert Mann; Ryan Pool; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Angelo State 0, A&M-Commerce 3.

Official's signature

A&M-Commerce # 0 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 12 17 19

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 3

2 1 12

Cautions and ejections:

Goals by period Incarnate Word A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d d f d m m f d m

9 19 31 20

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 72 2 1 - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 2 1 - 1 - 90 1 - - - - 90 2 2 1 - - 90 - - - - 34 - - - - 12

# 0 3 4 6 8 11 12 17 19 22 23

Total 16 12

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Incarnate Word vs A&M-Commerce (Sep 23, 2012 at Commerce, Texas)

Po gk d f m d f d m d f f

- - - - 2 11

Player Tracey Rogers Shelbie Barry Laura Heron Catie Hyde Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Taylor Lambeth Julia Hernandez -- Substitutes -7 Anitra Wright 9 Brenna O'Donnell 21 Kaylin Taylor Totals

Total 2 1

2 8 8

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #17 (56:45)

Incarnate Word (2-4, 2-2 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (2-5, 1-3 LSC) Date: Sep 23, 2012 • Attendance: 139 Weather: Very Warm, mid 90s, Sunny

2

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d d d m f d f f m

2 2 1

1 8 4

headed in off of free kick

Win-Xan Ortiz (2-3). Loss-Tracey Rogers (2-2). Stadium: ENMU Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Chris Graham; Asst. Referee: Josh Lugo; David Hemphill; Timekeeper: Adam Pitterman; Scorer: Rachel Johnson; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 1, Eastern New Mexico 1.

2 9

1 0 0

Shots by period Angelo State A&M-Commerce

No.

Description

2 16

Goalkeepers Danielle Edwards

Scoring summary: Goal scorer Victoria Perez (1)

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 88 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 3 1 - - - 90 7 4 1 - - 75 - - - - 68 - - - - 90 2 1 1 - - 67 1 1 - - - 73 - - 2 - 90

# 0 3 4 7 8 10 13 14 17 18 21

# 0

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 6

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico

Scoring summary:

Angelo State

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Xan Ortiz - - - - 90 Olivia Armstrong - - - - 90 Renee Romero 1 - - - - 90 Danielle Thurman 2 1 - - - 90 Gerilyn Armijo - - - - 52 Angela Sandoval - - - - 42 Ashley VerBerkmoes - - - - 90 Victoria Perez 3 1 1 - - 90 Brook Serrano - - - - 69 Andrea Elizondo 1 - - - - 90 Kimberly Luna - - - - 74 -- Substitutes -7 Alyssa Prince - - - - 17 8 Danielle Caro - - - 4 10 Carolyn Armijo 2 2 - 1 - 65 23 Alysia Carrasco - - - - 36 Totals 9 4 1 1 7

# 01 2 5 9 13 14 17 18 22 24 25

Goalkeepers Xan Ortiz

Goals by period Angelo State A&M-Commerce

Angelo State4-2-1 (2-0-1 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce2-4-0 (1-2-0 LSC) Date: Sep 21, 2012 • Attendance: 227 Weather:

Eastern New Mexico

Po g d d m m m d d f m m

17 38 11 14 57 24 75

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 3

1 0 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Angelo State vs A&M-Commerce (Sep 21, 2012 at Commerce, Texas)

Win-Mallory Whitworth (2-6-2). Loss-Tracey Rogers (2-5). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Jody Pinkerton; Asst. Referee: Isaac Caseres; Miguel Nativi; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Midwestern State 0, A&M-Commerce 3.

Official's signature

2013 A&M-Commerce Soccer

Official's signature

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GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Texas Woman's vs A&M-Commerce (Oct 03, 2012 at Commerce, Texas)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Abilene Christian vs A&M-Commerce (Oct 01, 2012 at Commerce, Texas) Goals by period Abilene Christian A&M-Commerce

Abilene Christian (3-7-1, 1-5-1 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (3-6-0, 2-4-0 LSC) Date: Oct 01, 2012 • Attendance: 104 Weather: sunny, upper 80s

Abilene Christian

Po gk f f m m m m d d m d

Player Arielle Moncure Andrea Carpenter Krysta Grimm Jacey Ferrara Julie Coppedge Sarah Schoch Lindsey Jones Brie Buschman Lexi Stirling Whitley Lindholm Stephanie Heron -- Substitutes -6 Megan Turner 8 Taylor Brown 11 Katie Stivers 13 Ashley Craig 16 Madison Brown Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 3 - - - - 85 2 1 - - - 63 1 - - - - 61 2 1 - - - 85 - - - - 78 - - - - 69 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 45 - - - - 53

# 00 2 3 4 5 7 9 10 14 15 21

# 00

2 1 11

Goalkeepers Arielle Moncure

1 1 4

0

0

8

2 0 0

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Stephanie Neely Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto -- Substitutes -9 Brenna O'Donnell 16 Makayla Knabe Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 1 - - 58 - - - - 78 8 4 - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 5 2 - 1 - 90 - - - - 76 - - - - 90 3 2 - - - 90

# 0 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 17 18 19

19

9

1

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

2 5 7

Total 11 19

Saves by period Abilene Christian A&M-Commerce

1 6 2

2 2 2

Total 8 4

Corner kicks Abilene Christian A&M-Commerce

1 0 2

2 3 2

Total 3 4

Fouls Abilene Christian A&M-Commerce

1 2 5

2 6 6

Total 8 11

Time Team 27:02 A&M-C

1.

Goal scorer Stephanie Neely (1)

# 00 2 7 8 11 14 20 21 25 26 28 10 12 17 18

26 32

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 4

1 6 12

No.

Po gk d d m f m m f f d d

# 00

# 0

Shots by period Abilene Christian A&M-Commerce

Scoring summary:

- - 1 11

Assist Brionna Minde

Player Lindsey Sisco Brittany Wispell Erin Bolinger Katy Black Emily Davila Cecily Martinez Mariel Parra Brittany Martin Taylor Maxson Sara Deeb Haleigh Wanzer -- Substitutes -Candice Davies Kailey Tue Brittany Rogers Jillian Fuerman Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 93 - - - - 45 - - - - 93 2 1 - - - 93 1 - - - - 93 1 1 - - - 93 - - - - 87 1 1 1 - - 93 3 2 1 - - 85 - - 1 - 93 2 1 - 1 - 48 1 1 12

Goalkeepers Lindsey Sisco

6

2

2

9

1 1 2

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d f d f d m f d d m

6 48 0 8

Min GA Saves 92:47 3 3

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Stephanie Neely Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 16 Makayla Knabe Totals

Total 2 3

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 93 - - - - 93 - - - - 60 - - - - 93 7 3 1 - - 78 - - 1 - 93 3 2 1 - - 93 3 - - 1 - 93 2 1 1 - - 93 - - - - 93 1 1 - 1 - 93

# 0 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 17 18 19

# 0

2 OT 1 0 0 1

16

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

7

3

3

9

1 6 6

2 OT 6 0 9 1

Total 12 16

Saves by period Texas Woman's A&M-Commerce

1 1 3

2 OT 3 0 1 0

Total 4 4

Corner kicks Texas Woman's A&M-Commerce

1 3 2

2 OT 5 0 3 1

Total 8 6

Fouls Texas Woman's A&M-Commerce

1 3 3

2 OT 6 0 6 0

Total 9 9

Scoring summary: No. 1.

Time Team 2:14 A&M-C

Goal scorer Anitra Wright (4)

Assist (unassisted)

2.

20:51 A&M-C

Tareyn Blanton (1)

Description

15 33

Min GA Saves 92:47 2 3

Shots by period Texas Woman's A&M-Commerce

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #17 (63:37) Win-Tracey Rogers (3-5-0). Loss-Arielle Moncure (3-7-1). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Leszek Stalmach; Asst. Referee: Kendell Hill; Sergio Leyva; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Abilene Christian 0, A&M-Commerce 2.

Goals by period Texas Woman's A&M-Commerce

Texas Woman's (5-4-2, 4-2-1 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (4-6-0, 3-4-0 LSC) Date: Oct 03, 2012 • Attendance: 211 Weather:

Total 0 1

Texas Woman's

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d f d f d m f d d m

49 22 27 28 55

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 8

1 0 1

Description

3.

23:53 TWU

Taylor Maxson (3)

Eva Brutto Brionna Minde Haleigh Wanzer

4. 5.

54:39 TWU 92:47 A&M-C

Brittany Martin (9) Cadie Annett (1)

Sara Deeb Callie Annett

dribbled from center circle and beat goali right post went off post then off goalkeepers arm th off throw in, header went through rogers l goal. one touch beat goalkeeper on left rebound shot into the far corner off a scra

Cautions and ejections: YC-TWU #14 (81:56); YC-A&M-C #17 (81:56) Win-Tracey Rogers (4-5-0). Loss-Lindsey Sisco (4-4-1). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Jonathan Johnson; Asst. Referee: Ian Chapman; Miguel Nativi; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Texas Woman's 2, A&M-Commerce 1. A&M-Commerce is 8-1-5 all time versus TWU A&M-C is 4-1 all time at home against TWU

Official's signature

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Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs Angelo State (Oct 07, 2012 at San Angelo, Texas)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs Incarnate Word (Oct 05, 2012 at San Antonio, Texas) Goals by period A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

A&M-Commerce (4-7, 3-5 LSC) vs. Incarnate Word (5-5, 5-3 LSC) Date: Oct 05, 2012 • Attendance: 200 Weather:

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d f d m f m m d m

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Makayla Knabe Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 23 Julia Hernandez Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - 1 90 4 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - 2 90 - - - - 65 - - - - 73 - - - 2 90 1 - - - - 90

# 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 16 17 18 19

# 0

7

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

1

0

0

6

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 4

1 0 0

2 0 1

Incarnate Word

Po gk d f m d d f f m d m

17 25

# 0

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Heather Kowalik - - - - 90 Sarah Parker - - - 1 90 Katie Miller 1 1 - - 1 43 Amber Guenther 3 1 1 - 2 90 Kiana Tipton - - - - 90 Amanda Watkins 1 - - - - 90 Sydney Solomon - - - 2 90 Sarah Flores - - - - 69 Samantha Johnson 1 - - - - 90 Elizabeth Washington - - - - 90 Sarah Johnson 2 2 - - 1 72 -- Substitutes -9 Leslie Smith - - - - 14 17 Jordyn Garcia - - - - 31 21 Jazma Latu 1 1 - - - 21 22 Angelica Carrizales - - - - 20 Totals 9 5 1 0 7

# 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 19 23 25

Goalkeepers Heather Kowalik

1 3 4

2 4 5

Total 7 9

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

1 3 0

2 1 1

Total 4 1

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

1 2 2

2 1 2

Total 3 4

Fouls A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

1 2 4

2 4 3

Total 6 7

No. 1.

Time Team 68:46 UIW

Goal scorer Amber Guenther (6)

Assist Penalty kick

Description

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Makayla Knabe Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 22 Taylor Lambeth Totals

# 0

1 7

1 6

1

1

7

1 1 1

Angelo State

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 1 - - 90 - - 1 - 32 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 - - - - 76 2 2 - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

Po # gk 0 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 19 21 23

0 72

00 2 15 16 17 18 22

Min GA Saves 90:00 3 2

# 0

Player Danielle Edwards Katie Squires Caitlyn Conaway Trisha Killen Ashley Exford Hanna Horeis Maggie Schaffer Sierra Anderson Kara Edwards Lauren Carnes Teegan Courtney -- Substitutes -Natalie Nielsen Brittany Martinez Shay Williams Kat Monroe Selena Alvarez Lauren Bateman Kayla Gregory Totals

2 0 2

Total 1 3

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 88 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - 1 - 79 1 - - 1 - 90 3 1 1 - - 81 3 1 - - - 77 - - - - 59 - - - - 90 - - 1 - 79 - - - - 74 2 10

Goalkeepers Danielle Edwards

2 5

2 3

1 4 3

2 3 7

Total 7 10

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Angelo State

1 1 3

2 1 2

Total 2 5

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Angelo State

1 5 2

2 3 3

Total 8 5

Fouls A&M-Commerce Angelo State

1 5 4

2 2 3

Total 7 7

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time Team 9:34 A&M-C 21:19 ASU 62:51 ASU 74:22 ASU

Goal scorer Catie Hyde Hanna Horeis (1) Lauren Bateman (2) Lauren Bateman (3)

Assist Anitra Wright Lauren Carnes Ashley Exford Trisha Killen

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Description left foot off pass from Exford

Cautions and ejections: Win-Danielle Edwards (7-5-1). Loss-Tracey Rogers (4-8-0). Stadium: ASU Soccer Field Officials: Offsides: A&M-Commerce 1, Angelo State 0.

3

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 5

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Angelo State

No.

Official's signature

26

A&M-Commerce

Po # gk 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 16 17 18 19

Scoring summary:

Cautions and ejections: YC-UIW #25 (41:17) Win-Heather Kowalik. Loss-Tracey Rogers. Stadium: Benson Stadium Officials: Referee: Raymond Zepeda; Asst. Referee: Andres Lavin; Benny Del Castillo; Scorer: Shane Meling; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 1, Incarnate Word 0.

Goals by period A&M-Commerce Angelo State

A&M-Commerce (4-8-0, 3-6-0 LSC) vs. Angelo State (7-5-1, 5-3-1 LSC) Date: Oct 07, 2012 • Attendance: 242 Weather: 52 and cloudy

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 1

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

Scoring summary:

Total 0 1

Official's signature

2 7 11 2 31 14 26

GAME-BY-GAME BOXSCORES Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer Eastern New Mexico vs A&M-Commerce (Oct 12, 2012 at Commerce, Texas) Eastern New Mexico (5-9-0, 4-6-0 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (5-8-0, 4-6-0 LSC) Date: Oct 12, 2012 • Attendance: 283 Weather:

Eastern New Mexico

Po gk d d d m m m m d d f

# 01 2 4 5 8 9 10 12 17 18 23 11 13 15 27 28

# 01

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Xan Ortiz - - - - 90 Olivia Armstrong - - - - 90 Melissa Moxley - - - - 90 Renee Romero 2 2 - - - 90 Danielle Caro - - - - 56 Danielle Thurman 3 2 - - - 90 Carolyn Armijo - - - - 74 Jackie Perez - - - - 90 Ashley VerBerkmoes - - - - 74 Victoria Perez 2 - - - - 69 Alysia Carrasco - - - - 62 -- Substitutes -Amber Vega 1 - - - - 34 Gerilyn Armijo - - - - 16 Jessica McKinney - - - - 29 Geneva Benitez 1 - - - - 47 Marisa Carrasco - - - 9 Totals 9 4 0 0 7

Goalkeepers Xan Ortiz

Min GA Saves 90:00 3 5

Goals by period Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce

1 0 2

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d d f d m f d d m d

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Allie Burks Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 5 Stephanie Neely 16 Makayla Knabe 21 Kaylin Taylor 22 Taylor Lambeth Totals

Total 0 3

1 18

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

9

3

1 3 10

2 6 8

Total 9 18

Saves by period Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce

1 4 2

2 2 2

Total 6 4

Corner kicks Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce

1 2 2

2 4 2

Total 6 4

Fouls Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce

1 2 6

2 5 7

Total 7 13

No.

Time Team 4:54 A&M-C

Goal scorer Anitra Wright (5)

Assist Brionna Minde

2.

9:16 A&M-C

Cadie Annett (2)

(unassisted)

3.

52:25 A&M-C

Callie Annett (2)

Tareyn Blanton

1.

West Texas A&M

Po gk m m f f m f d f m d

25 40 7 31 14

# 1

Description

off feed from Minde just inside box. beat to left post dribbled from mid field and beat goalie to left post off rebound shot from 17. beat goalie kee right post

Cautions and ejections: Win-Tracey Rogers (5-7-0). Loss-Xan Ortiz (5-7-0). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: John Navarro; Asst. Referee: Jesse McNeil III; Victor Perez; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: Eastern New Mexico 2, A&M-Commerce 1.

# 1 2 3 8 9 10 13 14 17 19 20 4 11 18 24 31

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 4

Shots by period Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce

Scoring summary:

- - - - - 2 13

Player Yvette Bedoy Berklee Watson Becky Peth Kelsey Wright Leslie Briggs Hannah Blakely Lindsay McHorse Haley Girard Jasmine Schultz Rachel Roth Rhea Belgrave -- Substitutes -Jessie Thomas Kaitlyn Ramirez Emily Krenek Bailey Day Kenya Lewis Totals

A&M-Commerce

Abilene Christian

# 0

1 16

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

4

1

0

7

Po # gk 00 2 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 14 15

10 60

6 8 13 18 19 20 21

Corner kicks West Texas A&M A&M-Commerce

1 3 5

2 0 4

Total 3 9

Fouls West Texas A&M A&M-Commerce

1 3 5

2 6 5

Total 9 10

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team Goal scorer 15:09 WTAMU Leslie Briggs (14)

1.

1 0 2

Player Arielle Moncure Andrea Carpenter Krysta Grimm Jacey Ferrara Julie Coppedge Sarah Schoch Lindsey Jones Brie Buschman Katie Stivers Lexi Stirling Whitley Lindholm -- Substitutes -Megan Turner Taylor Brown Ashley Craig Katherine Garner Mandy Stratton Allie Vinson Stephanie Heron Totals

2 1 0

A&M-Commerce

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 5 3 1 - - 88 6 4 - - - 90 - - - - 52 2 1 1 - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 69 - - - - 90 - - - - 33 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 15

2

0

5

Po gk d d f d mf f d mf mf d

6 11 28 48 15 8 2

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Allie Burks Eva Brutto Julia Hernandez Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -2 Bailey Phillips 5 Stephanie Neely 16 Makayla Knabe Totals

2 4 1

Total 4 4

Fouls A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian

1 2 3

2 5 2

Total 7 5

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Midwestern State Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Midwestern State

Corner kick

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 5 - - - 1 77 3 2 - - - 90 2 - - - - 90 1 - - - 2 90 - - - - 90 - - - 1 90 1 - - - 1 90 1 - - - 1 57

# 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 18 19 23 24

1 0 3

Brionna Minde (3)

Goalkeepers Arielle Moncure

1 9

Goals by period A&M-Commerce Midwestern State

A&M-Commerce (5-11, 4-9 LSC) vs. Midwestern State (6-8-3, 6-4-3 LSC) Date: Oct 21, 2012 • Attendance: 306 Weather:

Total 1 2

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian

51:33 A&M-C

Description

off scramble insdie 6 yard box near right

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs Midwestern State (Oct 21, 2012 at Wichita Falls, Texas)

# 0

3.

Assist Jasmine Schultz

Official's signature

Total 7 3

(unassisted)

20 17

Cautions and ejections:

2 3 3

Julie Coppedge (5)

- - 0 10

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 0 Total 4 1

1 4 0

26:31 ACU

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

0

2 2 1

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian

1.

# 0

4

1 2 0

# 00

2.

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 3

9

Saves by period West Texas A&M A&M-Commerce

Total 16 15

Assist (unassisted)

43 8 33 22 43

Total 7 9

2 11 7

Goal scorer Andrea Carpenter (4)

9

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 53 - - - - 90 2 - - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 4 3 - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90

# 0 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 17 19 24

2 2 4

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 7

Time Team 2:40 ACU

1

Total 1 0

1 5 5

1 5 8

No.

1

Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Stephanie Neely Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -18 Allie Burks 23 Julia Hernandez Totals

2 0 0

Shots by period West Texas A&M A&M-Commerce

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian

Scoring summary:

2

A&M-Commerce

Po gk d f d f d m f d m d

Official's signature

Goals by period A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 2 - - - - 65 - - - - 90 5 1 - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 4 - - - - 90 2 2 1 - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 45

1 7

1 1 0

Win-Yvette Bedoy (8-4-1). Loss-Tracey Rogers (5-8). Stadium: Lion Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Giovanni Sanchez; Asst. Referee: Ryan Pool; William Tomlinson; Timekeeper: Rand Champion; Scorer: Phil Paquette; Offsides: West Texas A&M 0, A&M-Commerce 2.

A&M-Commerce (5-10, 4-8 LSC) vs. Abilene Christian (6-9-1, 4-7-1 LSC) Date: Oct 19, 2012 • Attendance: 219 Weather: 79, Sunny Player Tracey Rogers Laura Heron Stephanie Neely Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -16 Makayla Knabe 18 Allie Burks Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 52 5 1 1 - - 90 - - - - 24 - - - - 81 - - - - 90 - - 1 - 59 - - - - 85 - - - - 90

Goalkeepers Yvette Bedoy

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer A&M-Commerce vs Abilene Christian (Oct 19, 2012 at Abilene, Texas)

Po # gk 0 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 17 19 24

Goals by period West Texas A&M A&M-Commerce

West Texas A&M (9-5-1, 8-3 LSC) vs. A&M-Commerce (5-9, 4-7 LSC) Date: Oct 14, 2012 • Attendance: 212 Weather: Sunny, mid 80s

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 4 1 1 - - 74 5 3 1 - - 90 5 3 1 - - 90 - - 1 - 90 1 1 - 1 - 65 - - - - 14 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90

# 0 4 6 7 8 11 12 17 18 19 24

# 0

2 0 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Soccer West Texas A&M vs A&M-Commerce (Oct 14, 2012 at Commerce, Texas)

14

2

0

0

6

Midwestern State

Po gk f d mf mf mf d d mf mf mf

13 13 20

Description

Fired shot from inside 6, caught rebound and punched it in. Took ball off defender from atop 18-yard over GK Off corner kick, deflected off GK fingertips into net

Scoring summary: No. 1. 2. 3.

Time Team 52:41 MSU 58:33 MSU 69:07 MSU

# 1 3 4 7 8 9 10 15 16 20 23 2 6 11 12 14 17 18 19 21 22 24 26

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 3

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

Player Mallory Whitworth Haley Crandall Berklee Dressler Alex Edwards Stevie Harris Mickey Brown Hanna Staley Megan Barnhart Payton Fookes Morgan Hannon Maddie Fraser -- Substitutes -Brianne Bates Tatyanny Griffiths Katy Catney Anna Molen Kaily Whitsel Emily Saville Kaila Maxey Kensli Pounds Jo Vaughan Ashley Cottrell Teri Todd Alexandra Copp Totals

2 0 3

Total 0 3

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 3 1 1 - 1 44 - - - 1 66 1 - - - 1 55 2 2 - - 1 54 4 4 1 - - 49 - - 1 2 90 - - - - 72 1 1 1 - - 50 - - - - 54 1 - - - - 54 1 1 3 1 18

3

# 1

1 9 3

2 5 15

Total 14 18

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Midwestern State

1 2 0

2 5 2

Total 7 2

1 6 2

2 1 1

Total 7 3

Fouls A&M-Commerce Midwestern State

1 4 2

2 2 7

Total 6 9

Goal scorer Haley Crandall (1) Mickey Brown (2) Payton Fookes (4)

Goalkeepers Mallory Whitworth

1 1 10

Min GA Saves 90:00 3 7

Assist (unassisted) (unassisted) Hanna Staley

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #17 (55:41)

Cautions and ejections: YC-A&M-C #12 (21:29); YC-A&M-C #TM (45:00)

Win-Arielle Moncure (6-9-1). Loss-Tracey Rogers (5-8). Stadium: Wildcat Soccer Pitch Officials: Referee: Adrian Coch; Asst. Referee: Steve Gordon; Perry Wooden; Timekeeper: Rachel Viles; Scorer: Chris Macaluso; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 2, Abilene Christian 1.

Win-Mallory Whitworth (6-8-3). Loss-Tracey Rogers (5-9). Stadium: MSU Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Ian Chapman; Asst. Referee: Skott Hughes; Edgar Arevalo; Timekeeper: Trey Reed; Scorer: Alyson Deatherage; Offsides: A&M-Commerce 0, Midwestern State 0.

Official's signature

1 0 0

2013 A&M-Commerce Soccer

1

1 1 1 9

29 36 36 18 12 36 12 34 11 46 23 18

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 2

Description

trap and scored from 16 yards out rebound off saved shot headed it in counter through ball from 10

Official's signature

27

GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012 ALL-LSC SELECTIONS

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 A&M-Commerce Final Statistics A&M-Commerce vs Texas Woman's (Oct 27, 2012 at Denton, Texas) A&M-Commerce5-12-0 (4-10-0 LSC) vs. Texas Woman's7-9-2 (6-7-1 LSC) Date: Oct 27, 2012 • Attendance: 375 Weather:

Goals by period A&M-Commerce Texas Woman's

A&M-Commerce

Texas Woman's

Player Tracey Rogers Bailey Phillips Laura Heron Catie Hyde Anitra Wright Callie Annett Cadie Annett Brionna Minde Tareyn Blanton Eva Brutto Sydney Lawthers -- Substitutes -9 Brenna O'Donnell 18 Allie Burks 23 Julia Hernandez Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 42 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 2 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 51

Po # gk 0 2 4 6 7 8 11 12 17 19 24

# 0

5

Goalkeepers Tracey Rogers

2

0

0

7

Po # 00 2 7 11 12 14 20 21 22 26 4 8 13 17 18 23 25 28

16 45 26

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 5

# 00

1 0 1

Player Lindsey Sisco Brittany Wispell Erin Bolinger Emily Davila Kailey Tue Cecily Martinez Mariel Parra Brittany Martin Kayla Gorney Sara Deeb -- Substitutes -Ashley Van Bakel Katy Black Lauren Smith Brittany Rogers Jillian Fuerman Sara Alverez Taylor Maxson Haleigh Wanzer Totals

2 0 0

Total 0 1

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90 4 2 1 - - 90 1 1 - - - 42 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 37 3 2 - - - 90 1 - - - - 81 - - - - 90 1 12

Goalkeepers Lindsey Sisco

6

1

1 1 7

2 4 5

Total 5 12

Saves by period A&M-Commerce Texas Woman's

1 2 0

2 3 2

Total 5 2

Corner kicks A&M-Commerce Texas Woman's

1 2 2

2 5 1

Total 7 3

Fouls A&M-Commerce Texas Woman's

1 4 3

2 3 2

Total 7 5

No. 1.

Time Team 42:59 TWU

Goal scorer Erin Bolinger (1)

Assist (unassisted)

5

15 12 29 21 23 19 9 30

ANITRA WRIGHT

BRIONNA MINDE

Second Team ALL-LSC

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 2

Shots by period A&M-Commerce Texas Woman's

Scoring summary:

0

Academic POY

Description

Cautions and ejections: Win-Lindsey Sisco. Loss-Tracey Rogers. Stadium: TWU Soccer Field Officials: Offsides: A&M-Commerce 0, Texas Woman's 1.

Official's signature

CALLIE ANNETT Academic All-LSC

2012 TEAM LEADERS

28

SHOTS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team TOT AVG West Texas A&M.........275.... .13.10 Midwestern St..............262.... .13.10 Texas Woman’s.............258.... .13.58 Incarnate Word............256.....14.22 Angelo State.................254.... .12.70 Abilene Christian........248.... .13.05 A&M-Commerce.......206....12.12 Eastern New Mexico...136..... .7.56

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team TA Pct. West Texas A&M.........104..... .4.95 Incarnate Word.............85...... .4.72 Texas Woman’s..............69...... .3.63 Angelo Stae....................69...... .3.45 Midwestern St...............52...... .2.60 Abilene Christian.........52...... .2.74 A&M-Commerce........47..... .2.76 Eastern New Mexico....33...... .1.83

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team No. Avg. West Texas A&M..........38.......1.81 Incarnate Word.............32.......1.78 Texas Woman’s..............25.......1.32 Angelo State..................24.......1.20 Abilene Christian.........21.......1.11 Midwestern State..........21.......1.05 A&M-Commerce........17......1.00 Eastern New Mexico....12.......0.67

POINTS

GOALS

2012 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

ASSISTS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team No. Avg. West Texas A&M..........28.......1.33 Angelo State..................21.......1.05 Incarnate Word.............21.......1.17 Texas Woman’s..............19.......1.00 A&M-Commerce........13......0.76 Midwestern State..........10.......0.53 Abilene Christian.........10.......0.50 Eastern New Mexico.....9........0.50

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team No. Avg. Angelo State..................18.......0.90 Abilene Christian.........21.......1.11 Incarnate Word.............23.......1.28 Midwestern State..........27.......1.35 A&M-Commerce........28......1.65 Texas Woman’s..............28.......1.47 West Texas A&M..........34.......1.62 Eastern New Mexico....37.......2.06

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team No. Avg. Angelo State...................8........0.40 Abilene Christain..........6........0.32 Midwestern State...........6........0.30 West Texas A&M...........6........0.29 Incarnate Word..............4........0.22 Texas Woman’s...............4........0.21 A&M-Commercce.......3.......0.18 Eastern New Mexico.....3........0.17

GOALS ALLOWED

SHUTOUTS

SHOTS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player TOT AVG Leslie Briggs.................119..... .5.67 Anitra Wright.............60..... .3.53 Brittany Martin.............57...... .3.00 Julie Coppedge..............54.......2.84 Hanna Horeis................50...... .2.50 Amber Guenther..........49...... .2.72 Brionna Minde...........43......2.53 Krysta Grimm...............42...... .2.21

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Team TA Pct. Leslie Briggs..................45...... .2.14 Brittany Martin.............23...... .1.21 Amber Guenther..........21...... .1.17 Sydney Solomon...........16...... .0.89 Ashley Cottrell..............14...... .0.70 Lauren Bateman...........13...... .0.81 Brionna Minde...........13..... .0.76 Two More Players.........13......... .-

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Team No. Avg. Leslie Briggs..................19.......0.90 Brittany Martin.............10.......0.53 Amber Guenther...........9........0.50 Ashley Cottrell...............7........0.35 Sydney Solomon............6........0.33 Danielle Thurman.........6........0.33 Two Players Tied.........5.......0.31

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Team No. Avg. Brionna Minde............7.......0.41 Lesliee Briggs.................7........0.33 Lauren Carnes...............6........0.30 Katy Black.......................5........0.28 Jackie Perez....................3........0.24 Lindsey McHorse..........5........0.24 Sarah Johnson................4........0.22 Sydney Solomon............4........0.27

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Team No. Avg. Danielle Edwards.........17.......0.84 Arielle Moncure...........21.......1.09 Heather Kowalik...........23.......1.19 Mallory Whitworth......27.......1.25 Lindsey Sisco.................28.......1.46 Xan Ortiz.......................28.......1.53 Tracey Rodgers...........34......1.57 Yvette Bedoy..................37.......1.59

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Team No. Avg. Danielle Edwards..........8........0.40 Arielle Moncure............6........0.32 Mallory Whitworth.......6........0.30 Yvette Bedoy...................6........0.32 Heather Kowalik............4........0.27 Lindsey Sisco..................4........0.22 Xan Ortiz........................3........0.19 Tracey Rodgers............3.......0.18

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2013 OPPONENTS

2013 OPPONENT PROFILES FORT LEWIS

HARDING

DALLAS BAPTIST

Sept. 8 • Grand Junction, Colo.

Sept. 13 • Commerce, Texas

Sept. 18 • Commerce, Texas

Location.............................. Durango, Colo. Founded.................................................1911 Enrollment...........................................3,097 Nickname...................................... Skyhawks Colors........... Light Blue, Navy Blue, Gold Facility.........................................Dirks Field Conference........................Rocky Mountain President..............................Dr. Brad Bartel Athletic Director....................Gary Hunter Website............................. GoSkyhawks.com Head Coach........................ Damian Clarke Alma Mater........................Fort Lewis, ‘98 Record at Ft. Lewis.................... 90-25-17 Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................13-4-3 Conference...............................8-3-3 (5th) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost.............................Series............................... A&M-C leads, 2-1 Streak.................................... Ft. Lewis W1 Last Meeting......................... Sept. 2, 2012 Ft. Lewis 4-2

Location...................Grand Junction, Colo. Founded.................................................1925 Enrollment...........................................9,414 Nickname..................................... Mavericks Colors.......................Maroon, White, Black Facility......................................Walker Field Conference........................Rocky Mountain President.....................................Tim Foster Athletic Director..................... Tom Spicer Website........................ CMUMavericks.com

Location..........................Arkadelphia, Ark. Founded.................................................1924 Enrollment...........................................6,885 Nickname.................................. Lady Bisons Colors.........................................Black, Gold Facility..................... First Security Stadium Conference......................... Great American President....................... Dr. Bruce McLarty Athletic Director................... Greg Harden Website...........................Hardingsports.com

Location...................................Dallas, Texas Founded....................................................... x Enrollment.................................................. x Nickname..........................................Patriots Colors................................Red, White, Blue Facility.......................................................... x Conference.....................................Hearland President.............................. Dr. Gary Clark Athletic Director......................Ryan Erwin Website............................. DBUPatriots.com

Head Coach.............................. Erin Sharpe Alma Mater..... Santa Clara Univ. (Calif.) Record at CSU-Mesa....................37-37-9 Career Record......................................Same 2012 Record........................................10-8-4 Conference...............................6-6-2 (6th) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost.............................Series........................................Frist Meeting Streak................................................... Last Meeting........................First Meeting

Head Coach........................Dr. Greg Harris Alma Mater..........Queens College (N.C.) Record at Harding................... 86-108-16 Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record..........................................7-9-2 Conference...............................4-5-1 (5th) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series................................ A&M-C leads 9-0 Streak..................................... A&M-C W9 Last Meeting.......................................2010 A&M-C 2, HU 0

Head Coach.......................Michelle Lenard Alma Mater...................North Texas (‘02) Record at DBU..............................58-37-4 Career Record......................................Same 2012 Record........................................... 18-3 Conference................................... 9-1 (t-1) Postseason......................NCAA Regional Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series.............................. A&M-C leads 12-3 Streak...........................................DBU W1 Last Meeting......................... Sept. 5, 2012 DBU 2, A&M-C 0

ST. MARY’S

OUACHITA BAPTIST

SOUTHERN NAZARENE

EASTERN NEW MEXICO

Location........................San Antonio, Texas Founded.................................................1852 Enrollment...........................................4,105 Nickname..........................................Rattlers Colors.................................... Blue and Gold Facility....................... Sigma Beta Chi Field Conference................................... Heartland President.................... Dr. Thomas Mengler Athletic Director.......................Liz. Dalton Website.........................RattlerAthletics.com

Location..........................Arkadelphia, Ark. Founded......................................................... Enrollment.................................................... Nickname............................................ Tigers Colors.......................................Purple, Gold Facility............................................................ Conference......................... Great American President.........................Dr. Rex M. Horne Athletic Director.................... David Sharp Website..................................OBUtigers.com

Location................................Bethany, Okla. Founded.................................................1899 Enrollment...........................................2,184 Nickname............................Crimson Strom Colors..................... Crimson, White, Black Facility............................ Rip Griffin Center Conference......................... Great American President...................... Dr. Loren Gresham Athletic Director..................Bobby Martin Website............................. SNUathletics.com

Location................................ Portales, N.M. Founded.................................................1934 Enrollment...........................................5,080 Nickname................................................Zias Colors.......................................Green, Silver Facility.........................ENMU Soccer Field Conference.....................................Lone Star President.....................Dr. Steve G. Gamble Athletic Director..................Dr. Jeff Gelser Website....................Goeasternathletics.com

Head Coach.......................... Corwyn Ritch Alma Mater.......................... St. Mary’s ‘94 Record at St. Mary’s.............. 108-103-19 Career Record......................................Same 2012 Record........................................... 9-10 Conference............................................ 4th Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series............................ A&M-C leads 5-2-1 Streak...................................St. Mary’s W1 Last Meeting.......................................2007 St. Mary’s 2, A&M-C1

Head Coach........................... Kevin Wright Alma Mater..............Mary Hardin Baylor ‘00 Record at OBU.........10-8-1(2nd Season) Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................10-8-1 Conference...............................4-5-1 (4th) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series............................... A&M-C leads, 8-0 Streak................................. A&M-C won 8 Last Meeting....................... Aug. 30, 2012 A&M-C 2, OBU 0

Head Coach............................ Julie Duncan Alma Mater................................................. Record at SNU .... 38-43-3 (Fifth season) Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................... 23-9 Conference..............................5-4-1 (2nd) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series........................................First Meeting Streak....................................................N/A Last Meeting........................................N/A

Head Coach............................Todd Padgett Alma Mater............ Metropolitian State ‘02 Record at ENMU...... 13-21 (3rd Season) Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................... 5-13 Conference.............................4-10 (T-7th) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost.............................. Series......................... A&M-C leads, 10-2-1 Streak................................. A&M-C won 1 Last Meeting........................ Oct. 12, 2012 A&M-C 3, ENMU 0

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Sept. 6 • Grand Junction, Colo.

Sept. 22 • Arkadelphia, Ark.

Sept. 24 • Commerce, Texas

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2013 OPPONENT PROFILES WEST TEXAS A&M

Sept. 29 • Canyon, Texas Nov. 1 • Commerce, Texas

Oct. 4 • Commerce, Texas Oct. 20 • San Angelo, Texas

ANGELO STATE

MIDWESTERN STATE Oct. 6 • Commerce, Texas Oct. 18 • Wichita Falls, Texas

Oct. 10 • Commerce, Texas Oct. 25 • Denton, Texas

TEXAS WOMAN’S

Location................................Canyon, Texas Founded.................................................1910 Enrollment...........................................7,958 Nickname.....................................Lady Buffs Colors............................Maroon and White Facility............................................The Pitch Conference.....................................Lone Star President................... Dr. J. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director......... Michael McBroom Website.................................. Gobuffsgo.com

Location..........................San Angelo, Texas Founded.................................................1901 Enrollment.........................................12,420 Nickname..................................... Rambelles Colors................................. Blue and Yellow Facility..............................ASU Soccer Field Conference.....................................Lone Star President...................................Brian J. May Athletic Director.................. Sean Johnson Website............................. Angelosports.com

Location.......................Wichita Falls, Texas Founded.................................................1922 Enrollment...........................................6,500 Nickname...................................... Mustangs Colors..............................Maroon and Gold Facility.............................MSU Soccer Field Conference.....................................Lone Star President............................ Dr. Jesse Rogers Athletic Director.................... Charlie Carr Website.......................... MSUmustangs.com

Location................................ Denton, Texas Founded.................................................1901 Enrollment.........................................12,420 Nickname........................................ Pioneers Colors............................Maroon and White Facility............................TWU Soccer Field Conference.....................................Lone Star President.............................. Dr. Ann Stuart Athletic Director...............Chalese Conors Website........................... TWUathletics.com

Head Coach...............................Chad Webb Alma Mater.................................West Texas Record at WT............30-24-5 (4th Season) Career Record......................................Same 2012 Record........................................13-7-1 Conference................................. 10-4 (1st) Postseason.........................NCAA Regional Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series.............................. WT Leads 15-11-3 Streak................................................WT W1 Last Meeting........................... Oct. 14, 2012 . WT 1, A&M-C 0

Head Coach...................... Travis McCorkle Alma Mater........................... Mesa State ‘94 Record at ASU..... 90-86-14 (6th Season) Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................11-7-2 Conference...............................8-5-1 (3rd) Postseason.........................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series.......................... A&M-C leads 13-6-2 Streak............................................ASU W2 Last Meeting.......................... Oct. 7, 2012 ASU 3, A&M-C 1

Head Coach...............................Jeff Trimble Alma Mater.................................................. x Record at CU............................... 181-96-25 Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................7-10-3 Conference...............................6-5-3 (4th) Postseason............................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series................................MSU leads 15-8-3 Streak..............................................MSU W6 Last Meeting........................... Oct. 21, 2012 MSU 3, A&M-C 0

Head Coach........................ Babak Abouzar Alma Mater...............Lipscomb (Tenn.) ‘08 Record at MSU...................... First Season Career Record...................................None 2012 Record........................................7-10-2 Conference...............................6-7-1 (6th) Postseason............................................None Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series............................ A&M-C leads 9-2-5 Streak.............................................TWU W1 Last Meeting........................ Oct. 27, 2012 TWU 1, A&M-C 0

2013 LONE STAR CONFERENCE SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN Oct. 12 • Commerce, Texas

Location............................ Kingsville, Texas Founded.................................................1925 Enrollment...........................................8,067 Nickname........................................ Javelinas Colors.................................... Blue and Gold Facility.................................. Steinke Center Conference................................... Heartland President........................................................ Athletic Director.......................Curtis Janz Website................................... OCeagles.com Head Coach....................Randall Robinson Alma Mater.......... Northeastern State ‘93 Record at OCU..............................27-51-6 Career Record...................................Same 2012 Record........................................... 3-13 Conference................. Provisional Member Postseason...........................................N/A Starters Returning/Lost............................ x Series........................................First Meeting Streak....................................................N/A Last Meeting........................................N/A

The 2013 Lone Star Conference Soccer tournament will be played at the campus of the regual season champion from November 8-10, 2013. The tournament will feature the top for finishers in the regular season standings. One semi-final will feature the two seed versus seed and the second semi-final will feature the fourth seed versus the number one seed. The two winners will then play on Sunday for the automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. West Texas A&M is the defending champion of the tournament and will look to go back-toback this season. The Lions last won the conference tournament in 2004 and in 1999 before that.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS OVERALL CONFERENCE YEAR HEAD COACH RECORD PCT. RECORD PCT. POSTSEASON 1995 Mike Munch.............................. 6-4-3................577.................... N/A................N/A................ None 1996 Mike Munch.............................. 9-8-2................526....................2-4-2................375................ LSC Semifinals 1997 Mike Munch............................. 12-8-0...............600....................6-4-0................600................ LSC Semifinals 1998 Neil Piper.................................. 13-6-0...............684....................5-2-0................714................ LSC Semifinals 1999 Neil Piper.................................. 16-4-1...............786....................7-1-1................833................ LSC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional Semifinalist 2000 Neil Piper................................... 9-6-1................594....................3-4-0................429................ None 2001 Neil Piper................................... 9-8-2................526....................5-2-0................714................ LSC Semifinalist 2002 Neil Piper.................................. 14-3-2...............789....................4-3-1................563................ None 2003 Neil Piper.................................. 16-3-3...............795....................7-1-1................833................ LSC Regular Season Champions NCAA First Round 2004 Neil Piper.................................. 15-7-1...............674....................7-2-0............... 778................ LSC Tournament Champions NCAA First Round 2005 Neil Piper.................................. 11-5-3...............658....................5-3-2................600................ LSC Quarterfinalist 2006 Neil Piper.................................. 12-8-3...............587....................4-3-1................563................ LSC Runner-Up 2007 Neil Piper.................................. 9-10-1...............475....................5-4-0................556................ LSC Semifinalist 2008 Neil Piper.................................. 16-4-3...............761....................7-1-2................800................ LSC Runner-Up NCAA Regional Finalist 2009 Neil Piper.................................. 10-8-1...............553....................5-5-0................500................ LSC Quarterfinalist 2010 Neil Piper................................... 8-7-3................528....................4-4-3................500................ LSC Quarterfinalist 2011 Neil Piper................................... 8-9-3................475....................6-6-2................500................ LSC Semifinalist 2012 Neil Piper.................................. 5-12-0...............294.................. 4-10-0...............286................ None TOTALS 198-120-32 .566 86-59-15 .538

14 LSC Tournament Appearances 4 NCAA Appearances

ALL-TIME A&M-COMMERCE HEAD COACHING RECORDS

MIKE MUNCH

1995-97 (Three Seasons) Overall Record: 27-20-5 (.567) LSC Record: 8-8-2 (.500)

NEIL PIPER

1998-Present (16 Seasons) Overall Record: 171-100-27 (.574) LSC Record: 78-51-13 (.549)

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ALL-TIME SERIES ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT RECORD FIRST LAST Abilene Christian.............................. 4-5...............2007..........2012 Angelo State................................ 13-6-2.......... 1996........ 2012 Arkansas-Little Rock......................... 2-0...............1996..........1997 Austin College.................................... 5-0...............1996..........2000 Barry.................................................... 2-3...............2001..........2007 Baylor.................................................. 0-1...............1996..........1996 Cal Poly Pomona............................... 0-1...............1999..........1999 Cal State-Los Angeles......................0-0-1.............2008..........2008 Central Arkansas............................... 1-0...............1998..........1998 Central Missouri................................ 1-3...............2001..........2011 Central Oklahoma.......................... 3-11-2............1998..........2010 Colorado Christian........................... 2-0...............1999..........2003 Colorado Mesa............................... 0-0............. 2013........ 2013 Dallas................................................... 1-0...............1996..........1996 Dallas Baptist............................... 12-3............ 1996........ 2012 Drury................................................... 1-1...............2006..........2008 East Central..................................... 14-0-1............1997..........2010 Eastern New Mexico................... 10-2-1.......... 2003........ 2012 Emporia State..................................... 3-0...............2001..........2004 Florida Southern................................ 1-0...............2010..........2010 Fort Lewis...................................... 2-1............. 2000........ 2012 Franklin Pierce................................... 1-1...............2003..........2004 Hardin-Simmons............................... 1-0...............1999..........1999 Harding.......................................... 9-0............. 1998........ 2012 Incarnate Word........................... 3-13-2.......... 1997........ 2012 Mars Hill............................................. 1-0...............2009..........2009 Massachusetts-Lowell....................... 1-0...............2004..........2004 McNeese State.................................... 1-1...............2007..........2008 Mesa State..........................................1-2-1.............2000..........2003 Metropolitan State............................2-4-1.............1997..........2006 Midwestern State........................ 8-15-3.......... 1996........ 2012 Nebraska-Omaha.............................. 1-0...............2008..........2008 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 4-5 (.444) 2007...........A..........W............3-1 2008...........H..........W............2-1 2009...........A...........L.............1-2 2010...........H..........W............1-0 2011...........A...........L.............1-4 2011...........H...........L.............0-2 2011...........A...........L.............0-2 2012...........H..........W............1-0 2012...........A...........L.............2-1 H: 3-1; A: 1-4 ANGELO STATE 13-6-2 (.619) 1996...........A...........T.............0-0 1996...........H...........L.............0-1 1997...........A..........W............3-2 1997...........H..........W............1-0 1999...........H..........W............1-0 2000...........A..........W............1-0 2001...........H..........W............1-0 2002...........H..........W............3-0 2003...........A..........W............2-1 2004...........H..........W............2-0 2005...........A...........L.............0-1 2006...........H..........W............2-0 2008...........H..........W............4-1 2009...........A..........W............2-1 2010...........H...........L.............0-1 2010...........N...........L.............0-2 2011...........A..........W............3-2 2011...........H..........W............5-1 2011...........N...........T.............1-1 2012...........H...........L.............2-1

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OPPONENT RECORD FIRST LAST Newman.............................................. 1-0...............2010..........2010 North Florida....................................0-1-1.............2001..........2004 Northeastern State.......................... 11-5-3............1996..........2010 Northern Colorado........................... 0-1...............1998..........1998 Northwest Missouri State................. 1-0................2011.........2011 Northwestern (La.) State.................. 1-0...............1996..........1996 Oklahoma Christian...................... 1-0............. 1996........ 1996 Oklahoma City................................... 0-2...............1996..........1997 Ouachita Baptist............................ 8-0............. 1999........ 2012 Ozarks................................................. 1-0...............1997..........1997 Regis.................................................... 4-2...............1999..........2006 Rockhurst........................................... 1-0...............2002..........2002 Rollins................................................. 0-1...............2010..........2010 San Diego............................................ 0-1...............2008..........2008 Southern Nazarene........................ 0-0............. 2013........ 2013 Southwest Baptist.............................2-0-1.............1998..........2007 Southwestern Oklahoma............... 10-2-1............1998..........2010 St. Edward’s........................................6-4-1.............2000..........2011 St. Mary’s..................................... 5-2-1........... 1998........ 2007 Stephen F. Austin............................... 2-1...............1996..........1997 Tampa.................................................. 2-2...............2004..........2007 Texas A&M International................. 3-0...............2007..........2009 Texas Lutheran................................... 2-0...............1997..........1998 Texas Wesleyan.................................. 4-0...............1998..........2001 Texas Woman’s............................. 9-2-5........... 2002........ 2012 Truman............................................... 0-1...............2008..........2008 Tusculum............................................ 2-0...............2009..........2010 West Texas A&M........................ 11-15-3......... 1996........ 2012 TOTALS.................................. 193-108-32........628 2013 opponents in bold CAL STATE-LOS ANGELES 0-0-1 (.500) 2008...........N...........T.............0-0 H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 0-0-1 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1-0 (1.000) 1998...........H..........W............5-1 H: 1-0; A: 0-0 CENTRAL MISSOURI 1-2 (.333) 2001...........N...........L.............0-2 2008...........A..........W............2-0 2009...........H...........L.............0-1 H: 0-1; A: 1-0; N: 0-1 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 3-11-2 (.250) 1998...........H..........W............2-1 1999...........A..........W............1-0 2000...........H...........L.............0-4 2001...........A..........W............2-1 2001...........N...........L.............1-2 2002...........A...........L.............1-2 2003...........A...........L.............0-2 2004...........H...........L.............0-1 2005...........A...........T.............2-2 2006...........H...........L.............0-1 2006...........A...........L.............0-1 2007...........A...........L.............0-6 2007...........A...........L.............3-4 2008...........H...........L.............0-1 2009...........A...........L.............0-1 2010...........H...........T.............2-2 H: 1-4-1; A: 2-6-1; N: 0-1

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EAST CENTRAL 14-0-1 (.967) 1997...........H..........W............2-1 1997...........A..........W............3-2 1998...........A..........W............3-0 1999...........H..........W............3-0 2000...........A..........W............3-1 2001...........H..........W............4-1 2002...........H..........W............1-0 2003...........H..........W............3-0 2004...........A..........W............3-2 2005...........H..........W......... 10-0 2006...........A...........T.............1-1 2007...........H..........W............4-0 2008...........A..........W............6-0 2009...........H..........W............5-0 2010...........A..........W............5-0 H: 8-0; A: 6-0-1 EASTERN NEW MEXICO 9-2-1 (.750) 2003...........N..........W............8-0 2004...........A..........W............2-1 2005...........H..........W............4-0 2006...........A..........W............3-2 2006...........N..........W............4-1 2007...........H..........W............2-0 2008...........A..........W............3-1 2009...........H..........W............1-0 2010...........A..........W............2-0 2011...........H...........T.............1-1 2011...........A...........L.............1-0 2012...........A...........L.............1-0 2012...........H..........W............3-0 H: 4-0-1; A: 4-2; N: 2-0 EMPORIA STATE 3-0 (1.000) 2001...........N..........W............2-0 2002...........A..........W............3-0 2004...........H..........W............2-1 H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 1-0 FLORIDA SOUTHERN 1-0 (1.000) 2010...........H..........W............2-1 H: 1-0; A: 0-0 FORT LEWIS 2-1 (.667) 2000...........A..........W............2-0 2001...........H..........W............3-0 2012...........N...........L.............4-2 H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: 0-1 FRANKLIN PIERCE 1-1 (.500) 2003...........H..........W............2-0 2004...........A...........L.............0-3 H: 1-0; A: 0-1 HARDIN-SIMMONS 1-0 (1.000) 1999...........A..........W............5-1 H: 0-0; A: 1-0 HARDING 9-0 (1.000) 1998...........H..........W............2-1 1999...........A..........W............5-0 2002...........A..........W............6-0

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1998...........H...........L.............1-2 1998...........N...........L.............0-2 1999...........H..........W............2-0 1999...........A..........W............2-1 2000...........H...........L.............1-2 2001...........A...........L.............1-2 2002...........H...........T.............1-1 2003...........A...........T.............0-0 2003...........A..........W............2-0 2004...........H..........W............3-1 2004...........H..........W............1-0 2005...........A...........L.............0-1 2006...........H..........W............1-0 2007...........A...........L.............1-3 2008...........H..........W............2-1 2008...........N..........W............3-0 2009...........A...........L.............0-1 2010...........H...........L.............0-2 2011...........A...........L.............1-4 2011...........H...........L.............0-1 2012...........H..... L(2OT).......1-0 2012...........A...........L.............3-0 H: 5-7-1; A: 2-7-2; N: 1-1 NEBRASKA-OMAHA 1-0 (1.000) 2008...........N..........W............1-0 H: 0-0; A: 0-0; N: 1-0 NEWMAN 1-0 (1.000) 2010...........A..........W............1-0 H: 0-0; A: 1-0 NORTH FLORIDA 0-1-1 (.250) 2001...........A...........L.............0-1 2004...........H...........T.............1-1 H: 0-0-1; A: 0-1 NORTHEASTERN STATE 11-5-3 (.625) 1996...........A..........W............3-2 1996...........H..........W............2-1 1996...........N..........W............2-1 1997...........A...........L.............1-5 1997...........H..........W............1-0 1998...........A..........W............5-2 1999...........A...........L.............1-2 1999...........N..........W............4-0 2000...........A...........L.............0-1 2001...........H..........W............1-0 2002...........H...........L.............1-2 2003...........H..........W............6-1 2004...........A...........L.............1-2 2005...........H...........T.............0-0 2006...........A..........W............3-0 2007...........H..........W............4-1 2008...........A...........T.............1-1 2009...........H..........W............4-1 2010...........A...........T.............0-0 H: 6-1-1; A: 3-4-2; N: 2-0 NORTHERN COLORADO 0-1 (.000) 1998...........A...........L.............1-2 H: 0-0; A: 0-1 NORTHWESTERN STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1996...........A..........W............2-0 H: 0-0; A: 1-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1995 • 6-4-3 Head Coach: Mike Munch Match results not available 1996 • 9-8-2 (2-4-2 LSC) Head Coach: Mike Munch Arkansas-Little Rock......................... W............ 2-0 Baylor................................................... L............ 0-3 at Texas-Dallas................................... W............ 3-0 at Angelo State *.................................. T............ 0-0 at Northeastern State *...................... W............ 3-2 Angelo State *...................................... L............ 0-1 Oklahoma City.................................... L............ 1-3 at Stephen F. Austin............................ L............ 1-5 Dallas Baptist..................................... W.......... 10-0 at West Texas A&M *......................... L............ 1-2 Oklahoma Christian......................... W............ 1-0 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 2-1 at Northwestern (La.) State.............. W............ 2-0 at Midwestern State *......................... T............ 1-1 at Austin College............................... W............ 2-0 Midwestern State *............................. L............ 1-2 West Texas A&M *............................. L............ 0-2 vs. Northeastern State #.................... W............ 2-1 vs. West Texas A&M #.................. L (OT)....... 0-1 * - Lone Star Conference game # - LSC Tournament (Wichita Falls, Texas) 1997 • 12-8-0 (6-4-0 LSC) Head Coach: Mike Munch at Ozarks............................................. W............ 7-0 at Arkansas-Little Rock.................... W............ 2-1 Metropolitan State.............................. L............ 0-1 at Oklahoma City............................... L............ 0-1 at Northeastern State *....................... L............ 1-5 at West Texas A&M *................... L (2OT)...... 0-1 Midwestern State *............................. L............ 0-1 at Angelo State *............................ W (OT)....... 3-2 West Texas A&M *............................ W............ 1-0 Texas Lutheran................................... W............ 6-0 East Central *..................................... W............ 2-1 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 1-0 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 1-0 Incarnate Word............................. L (2OT)...... 0-1 at Austin College............................... W............ 2-0 at East Central *................................. W............ 3-2 at Midwestern State *......................... L............ 1-3 at Dallas Baptist................................. W............ 7-2 at Stephen F. Austin........................... W............ 4-1 at West Texas A&M #......................... L............ 0-1 * - Lone Star Conference game # - LSC Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

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1998 • 13-6-0 (5-2-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper at Austin College.......................... W (OT)....... 1-0 at Metropolitan State.......................... L............ 0-1 at Northern Colorado........................ L............ 1-2 Southwest Baptist.............................. W............ 5-0 at Incarnate Word............................... L............ 1-2 at Texas Lutheran............................... W............ 8-0 Texas Wesleyan.................................. W............ 4-0

St. Mary’s............................................ W............ 1-0 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 4-0 at Northeastern State *...................... W............ 5-2 at East Central *................................. W............ 3-0 Central Oklahoma *.......................... W............ 2-1 at Southwest Oklahoma *................. W............ 9-1 at West Texas A&M *......................... L............ 0-2 Central Arkansas............................... W............ 5-1 Harding *....................................... W (OT)....... 2-1 at Stephen F. Austin........................... W............ 1-0 Midwestern State *........................ L (OT)....... 1-2 vs. Midwestern State #....................... L............ 0-2 * - Lone Star Conference game # - LSC Tournament (Dallas, Texas) 1999 • 16-4-1 (7-1-1 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA SECOND ROUND vs. Regis ^........................................... W............ 2-0 at Austin College......................... W (2OT)..... 2-1 St. Mary’s....................................... L (2OT)...... 1-2 at Metropolitan State......................... W............ 2-1 at Colorado Christian....................... W............ 3-1 East Central *..................................... W............ 3-0 Incarnate Word................................... L............ 1-2 at Ouachita Baptist *......................... W............ 7-1 at Harding *........................................ W............ 5-0 Midwestern State *............................ W............ 2-0 Angelo State *................................ W (OT)....... 1-0 at Hardin-Simmons........................... W............ 5-1 at Texas Wesleyan.............................. W............ 2-0 at Northeastern State *.................. L (OT)....... 1-2 at Central Oklahoma *...................... W............ 1-0 Southwestern Oklahoma *............... W............ 7-0 West Texas A&M *............................. T............ 0-0 vs. Northeastern State #.................... W............ 4-0 at Midwestern State #........................ W............ 2-1 at Incarnate Word %......................... W............ 1-0 at Cal Poly Pomona %.................. L (2OT)...... 1-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Austin, Texas # - LSC Tournament (Dallas, Texas) % - NCAA Division II Tournament 2000 • 9-6-1 (3-4-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper Ouachita Baptist................................ W............ 8-0 Texas Wesleyan.................................. W............ 2-1 at Incarnate Word............................... L............ 1-3 Austin College.................................... W............ 2-1 vs. Metropolitan State ^..................... T............ 1-1 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 5-2 St. Edward’s......................................... W............ 4-0 at Angelo State *................................. W............ 1-0 at West Texas A&M *......................... L............ 0-3 Midwestern State *........................ L (OT)....... 1-2 at Mesa State........................................ L............ 1-3 at Fort Lewis....................................... W............ 2-0 at East Central *................................. W............ 3-1 at Northeastern State *....................... L............ 0-1 Central Oklahoma *........................... L............ 0-4 Southwestern Oklahoma *............... W............ 9-0

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* - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Wichita Falls, Texas 2001 • 9-8-2 (5-2-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper Fort Lewis........................................... W............ 3-0 at Ouachita Baptist............................ W............ 7-1 vs. Barry ^........................................... L............ 0-2 at North Florida.................................. L............ 0-1 vs. Central Missouri $........................ L............ 0-2 vs. Emporia State $............................ W............ 2-0 St. Mary’s............................................. T............ 2-2 at St. Edward’s..................................... T............ 1-1 Incarnate Word................................... L............ 1-4 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 1-0 Mesa State............................................ L............ 1-2 West Texas A&M *............................. L............ 0-3 at Dallas Baptist............................ W (OT)....... 3-2 at Midwestern State *.................... L (OT)....... 1-2 East Central *..................................... W............ 4-1 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 1-0 at Central Oklahoma *...................... W............ 2-1 at Southwestern Oklahoma *........... W............ 2-0 vs. Central Oklahoma #..................... L............ 1-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Jacksonville, Fla. $ - Wichita, Kan. # - LSC Tournament (Canyon, Texas) 2002 • 14-3-2 (4-3-1 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper at St. Mary’s........................................ W............ 1-0 at Incarnate Word............................... T............ 1-1 Ouachita Baptist................................ W............ 8-0 at Texas Wesleyan.............................. W.......... 10-1 at Harding........................................... W............ 6-0 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 3-1 Midwestern State *............................. T............ 1-1 vs. Rockhurst ^.................................. W............ 2-1 at Emporia State................................. W............ 3-0 St. Edward’s......................................... W............ 2-0 Regis.................................................... W............ 2-1 Mesa State........................................... W............ 1-0 Northeastern State *........................... L............ 1-2 East Central *..................................... W............ 1-0 at West Texas A&M *......................... L............ 0-3 at Southwestern Oklahoma *........... W............ 3-0 at Texas Woman’s *............................ W............ 2-0 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 3-0 at Central Oklahoma *....................... L............ 1-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Emporia, Kan. 2003 • 16-3-3 (7-1-1 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND at Colorado Christian................. W (2OT)..... 1-0 at Mesa State........................................ T............ 1-1 at Regis................................................ W............ 2-1 Harding............................................... W............ 1-0 at Ouachita Baptist............................ W............ 8-0 Franklin Pierce................................... W............ 2-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 8-0 Incarnate Word................................... T............ 4-4 St. Mary’s............................................ W............ 1-0 at St. Edward’s.................................... W............ 1-0 West Texas A&M *............................ W............ 3-2 vs. Eastern New Mexico *^.............. W............ 8-0 at Angelo State *................................. W............ 2-1 at Midwestern State *......................... T............ 0-0 East Central *..................................... W............ 3-0 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 6-1 at Southwestern Oklahoma *........... W............ 1-0 at Central Oklahoma *....................... L............ 1-2 Texas Woman’s *................................ W............ 3-1 vs. Midwestern State #...................... W............ 2-0 at West Texas A&M #......................... L............ 0-1 West Texas A&M %............................ L............ 1-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Plano, Texas # - LSC Tournament (Canyon, Texas) % - NCAA Division II Tournament 2004 • 15-7-1 (7-2-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND at Massachusetts-Lowell................... W............ 4-1 at Franklin Pierce............................... L............ 0-3 Ouachita Baptist................................ W............ 3-0 St. Edward’s......................................... W............ 3-0 at Incarnate Word............................... L............ 0-2 at St. Mary’s........................................ W............ 3-1 North Florida...................................... T............ 1-1 Emporia State..................................... W............ 2-1 at West Texas A&M *........................ W............ 2-1 at Eastern New Mexico *.................. W............ 2-1 Midwestern State *............................ W............ 3-1 Tampa.................................................. W............ 1-0 Barry..................................................... L............ 1-2 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 2-0 vs. Metropolitan State ^..................... L............ 0-1 at East Central *................................. W............ 3-2 at Northeastern State *....................... L............ 1-2 Central Oklahoma *........................... L............ 0-1 Southwestern Oklahoma *............... W............ 2-1 at Texas Woman’s *............................ W............ 3-0 Midwestern State #............................ W............ 1-0 West Texas A&M #............................ W............ 2-1 at Regis %............................................. L............ 2-3 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Edmond, Okla. # - LSC Tournament (Commerce, Texas) % - NCAA Division II Tournament 2005 • 11-5-3 (5-3-2 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper at Ouachita Baptist............................ W............ 2-0 at St. Edward’s.................................... W............ 2-0 Incarnate Word.................................. W............ 2-0 Harding............................................... W............ 1-0 at Tampa.............................................. L............ 0-3 vs. Barry ^.......................................... W............ 1-0 at Midwestern State *................... L (2OT)...... 0-1 at Angelo State *.................................. L............ 0-1

at Metropolitan State.......................... L............ 1-7 at Regis................................................. L............ 1-3 Northeastern State *........................... T............ 0-0 East Central *..................................... W.......... 10-0 at Southwestern Oklahoma *........... W............ 4-0 at Central Oklahoma *....................... T............ 2-2 Texas Woman’s *................................ W............ 3-0 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 5-0 Eastern New Mexico *...................... W............ 4-0 West Texas A&M *............................ W............ 2-0 vs. Texas Woman’s #...................... T (PK)........ 2-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Tampa, Fla. # - LSC Tournament (Edmond, Okla.) 2006 • 12-8-3 (4-3-1) Head Coach: Neil Piper at Southwest Baptist........................... T............ 0-0 at Drury............................................... L............ 0-2 at Harding........................................... W............ 1-0 St. Edward’s.......................................... L............ 0-2 at Incarnate Word............................... L............ 0-1 vs. Barry ^.......................................... W............ 3-2 vs. Tampa ^......................................... L............ 1-3 at Angelo State *................................. W............ 2-0 Midwestern State *............................ W............ 1-0 at East Central *.................................. T............ 1-1 St. Mary’s............................................. T............ 1-1 at Northeastern State *...................... W............ 3-0 Regis.................................................... W............ 2-1 Metropolitan State............................. W............ 2-1 Central Oklahoma *........................... L............ 0-1 Southwestern Oklahoma *................ L............ 1-2 at Dallas Baptist.................................. L............ 1-2 at Texas Woman’s *............................ W............ 2-0 at West Texas A&M *........................ W............ 2-0 at Eastern New Mexico *.................. W............ 3-2 vs. Eastern New Mexico #................ W............ 4-1 vs. West Texas A&M #...................... W............ 2-1 at Central Oklahoma #...................... L............ 0-1 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Austin, Texas # - LSC Tournament (Edmond, Okla.) 2007 • 9-10-1 (5-4-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper Southwest Baptist.............................. W............ 2-0 at McNeese State................................. L............ 2-3 vs. Tampa ^........................................ W............ 3-2 at Barry........................................... L (OT)....... 2-3 Incarnate Word................................... L............ 0-2 Texas A&M International................. W............ 3-1 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 2-0 at St. Mary’s......................................... L............ 1-2 at St. Edward’s..................................... L............ 0-2 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 4-1 East Central *..................................... W............ 4-0 at Southwestern Oklahoma *........... W............ 3-1 at Central Oklahoma *....................... L............ 0-6 Texas Woman’s *................................. L............ 1-2 at Midwestern State *......................... L............ 1-3 Eastern New Mexico *...................... W............ 2-0 West Texas A&M *............................. L............ 1-4

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at Abilene Christian *........................ W............ 3-1 vs. Texas Woman’s #........................... T............ 2-2 at Central Oklahoma #................ L (2OT)...... 3-4 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Miami, Fla. # - LSC Tournament (Edmond, Okla.) 2008 • 16-4-3 (7-1-2 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper NCAA REGIONAL FINALIST Drury................................................... W............ 4-2 at Dallas Baptist........................... W (2OT)..... 2-1 vs. Cal State Los Angeles ^................ T............ 0-0 at San Diego........................................ L............ 0-4 Harding............................................... W............ 4-0 at Texas A&M International............. W............ 9-0 St. Edward’s......................................... W............ 2-1 McNeese State.................................... W............ 2-0 Southwestern Oklahoma *............... W............ 8-0 Central Oklahoma *........................... L............ 0-1 Midwestern State *...................... W (2OT)..... 2-1 at Eastern New Mexico *.................. W............ 3-1 at West Texas A&M *........................ W............ 1-0 Abilene Christian *............................ W............ 2-1 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 4-1 at Texas Woman’s *............................. T............ 0-0 at Northeastern State *....................... T............ 1-1 at East Central *................................. W............ 6-0 vs. Midwestern State #...................... W............ 3-0 at West Texas A&M #.................... L (OT)....... 0-1 vs. Nebraska-Omaha %$.................. W............ 1-0 at Central Missouri %....................... W............ 2-0 vs. Truman %+.................................... L............ 1-2 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - LaJolla, Calif. # - LSC Tournament (Canyon, Texas) % - NCAA Division II Tournament 2009 • 10-8-1 (5-5-0 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper vs. Mars Hill ^.................................... W............ 5-0 at Tusculum........................................ W............ 1-0 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 4-1 Texas A&M International................. W............ 8-0 Central Missouri................................. L............ 0-1 at Harding........................................... W............ 6-0 at Incarnate Word............................... L............ 1-2 at St. Edward’s..................................... L............ 0-3 Texas Woman’s *................................ W............ 1-0 at Midwestern State *......................... L............ 0-1 West Texas A&M *............................. L............ 0-3 Eastern New Mexico *...................... W............ 1-0 at Angelo State *................................. W............ 2-1 at Abilene Christian *......................... L............ 1-2 Northeastern State *.......................... W............ 4-1 East Central *..................................... W............ 5-0 at Central Oklahoma *....................... L............ 0-1 at Southwestern Oklahoma *............ L............ 1-2 vs. Texas Woman’s #...................... T (PK)........ 1-1 * - Lone Star Conference game ^ - Greenville, Tenn. # - LSC Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2010 • 8-7-3 (4-4-3 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper Tusculum............................................ W............ 1-0 at Newman......................................... W............ 1-0 at Dallas Baptist............................ L (2OT)...... 0-1 Harding............................................... W............ 2-0 Florida Southern................................ W............ 2-1 at Texas Woman’s *............................ W............ 1-0 at Rollins......................................... L (OT)....... 0-1 at West Texas A&M *......................... L............ 1-3 at Eastern New Mexico *.................. W............ 2-0 Angelo State *................................ L (2OT)...... 0-1 Incarnate Word *................................ L............ 1-3 at East Central *................................. W............ 5-0 at Northeastern State *....................... T............ 0-0 Central Oklahoma *........................... T............ 2-2 Southwestern Oklahoma *................ T............ 0-0 Abilene Christian *............................ W............ 1-0 Midwestern State *............................. L............ 0-2 vs. Angelo State #................................ L............ 0-2 * - Lone Star Conference game # - LSC Tournament (Wichita Falls, Texas) 2011 • 8-9-3 (6-6-2 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper at Northwest Missouri State........ W (OT)....... 4-3 at Central Missouri State................... L............ 2-0 St. Edward’s.......................................... L............ 1-0 Dallas Baptist..................................... W............ 1-0 West Texas A&M *............................ W............ 3-2 Eastern New Mexico *....................... T............ 1-1 at Angelo State *................................. W............ 3-2 at Incarnate Word *............................ L............ 3-0 at Midwestern State *......................... L............ 4-1 at Abilene Christian *......................... L............ 4-1 at Texas Woman’s *............................. T............ 1-1 Angelo State *..................................... W............ 5-1 Incarnate Word *............................... W............ 3-0 at West Texas A&M *........................ W............ 3-0 at Eastern New Mexico *................... L............ 1-0 Midwestern State *............................. L............ 1-0 Abilene Christian *............................. L............ 2-0 Texas Woman’s *................................ W............ 2-1 vs. Angelo State #................................ T............ 1-1 at Abilene Christian #........................ L............ 2-0

West Texas A&M *............................. L............ 1-0 at Abilene Christian *......................... L............ 2-1 at Midwestern State *......................... L............ 3-0 at Texas Woman’s *............................. L............ 1-0 * - Lone Star Conference game (W) - Wichita Falls, Texas

LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HISTORY

LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

14 Appearances • 11-12 Record (.478) 1996 Semifinalist 1997 Semifinalist 1998 Semifinalist 1999 Lone Star Conference Champions 2001 Semifinalist 2003 Runner-Up 2004 Lone Star Conference Champions 2005 Quarterfinalist 2006 Runner-Up 2007 Semifinalist 2008 Runner-Up 2009 Quarterfinalist 2010 Quarterfinalist 2011 Semifinalist

YEAR PLAYER 1996.............................................Debbie Berger Laurie Donovan 1999....................................................Stacy Carr Toni Catchings (MVP) Laurie Donovan Sarah Fagan Sherri Konlande 2003............................................ Tiffany Adams Michelle Alvarado Lanna King 2004............................................ Tiffany Adams Melissa Arnold (MVP) Cory Copeland Lanna King Amber Ramoz 2005...............................................Jessica Pierce 2006.................................................Bailey Geels Tamara Geels Jessica Pierce 2007..............................................Tamaga Geels Megan Lasley 2008........................................... Chelsey Haight Taylor Jordan Megan Monroe 2009........................................... Chelsey Haight 2010...........................................Megan Monroe 2011.........................................Devon Herrman Brionna Minde

NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT HISTORY

NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT

Four Appearances • 3-4 Record (.429) 1999 First Round A&M-Commerce 1, Incarnate Word 0 Regional Semifinal Cal Poly Pomona 2, A&M-Commerce 1 (2OT) 2003 First Round West Texas A&M 2, A&M-Commerce 1 2004 First Round Regis 3, A&M-Commerce 2 2008 First Round A&M-Commerce 1, Nebraska-Omaha 0 Regional Semifinal A&M-Commerce 2, Central Missouri 0 Regional Final Truman 2, A&M-Commerce 1

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2012 • 5-12 (4-10 LSC) Head Coach: Neil Piper Ouachita Baptist................................ W............ 2-0 vs. Fort Lewis (W).............................. L............ 4-2 Dallas Baptist...................................... L............ 2-0 West Texas A&M *............................ W............ 2-1 Eastern New Mexico *....................... L............ 1-0 Angelo State *...................................... L............ 2-1 Incarnate Word *................................ L............ 4-1 Midwestern State *........................L(2OT)....... 1-0 Abilene Christian *............................ W............ 1-0 Texas Woman’s *............................W(OT)....... 3-2 at Incarnate Word *............................ L............ 1-0 at Angelo State *.................................. L............ 3-1 Eastern New Mexico *...................... W............ 3-0

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LION HONORS LION HONORS NSCAA/ADIDAS ALL-AMERICANS

YEAR PLAYER 2004.......................................... Tiffany Adams 2008............................................ Taylor Jordan Meagan Lasley

NSCAA/ADIDAS FIRST TEAM ALL-REGION

YEAR PLAYER 1997............................................Laurie Knapp 1999......................................... Toni Catchings Sarah Fagan 2004.......................................... Tiffany Adams Melissa Arnold Erin de Wolfe 2005............................................Erin de Wolfe 2008.................................... Melissa DoRemus Taylor Jordan Meagan Lasley Sarah Reed

NSCAA/ADIDAS SECOND TEAM ALL-REGION

YEAR PLAYER 1996............................................Laurie Knapp Trudy Warborg Irene Yanez 1998.............................................. Lynette Bass 1999.......................................... Erin Adamson 2000......................................... Toni Catchings 2005......................................... Melissa Arnold 2006.................................... Melissa DoRemus 2007.......................................... Meagan Lasley 2008......................................... Chelsey Haight 2009.......................................... Meagan Lasley

NSCAA/ADIDAS THIRD TEAM ALL-REGION

YEAR PLAYER 1999..................................................Stacy Carr

LONE STAR CONFERENCE ACCOLADES LSC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

YEAR PLAYER 2003..............................................Erin de Wolfe 2009............................................ Meagan Lasley

LSC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

YEAR PLAYER 2003............................................ Tiffany Adams 2011.......................................................Jade Bell

FIRST TEAM ALL-LSC

YEAR PLAYER 1996..................................................Irene Yanez 1997........................................... Catherine Cole Laurie Knapp 1998........................................... Catherine Cole 1999............................................ Erin Adamson Stacy Carr Toni Catchings Laurie Donovan Sherri Konlande 2000...................................... Emily Bruggeman 2001................................................Zita Tiamuh 2002...................................... Emily Bruggeman 2003............................................ Tiffany Adams Melissa Arnold Erin de Wolfe 2004............................................ Tiffany Adams Erin de Wolfe 2005........................................... Melissa Arnold Melissa DoRemus Erin de Wolfe 2006...................................... Melissa DoRemus Tamara Geels 2007.............................................. Tamara Geels 2008...................................... Melissa DoRemus Meagan Lasley 2009.........................................Devon Herrman Meagan Lasley 2011........................................... Brionna Minde

DAKTRONICS FIRST TEAM ALL-REGION

YEAR PLAYER 2009.......................................... Meagan Lasley

DAKTRONICS SECOND TEAM ALL-REGION

YEAR PLAYER 2008.......................................... Meagan Lasley Sarah Reed 2009.......................................Devon Herrman 2011......................................... Brionna Minde ERIN de WOLFE was a three-time All-Lone Star Conference first team selection.

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SECOND TEAM ALL-LSC

YEAR PLAYER 1996................................................ Lynette Bass Jennifer Jones Laurie Knapp Trudy Warborg 1997...............................................Kristen Clow Laurie Donovan Heather Pierce Irene Yanez 1998................................................ Lynette Bass Kristen Clow Laurie Knapp 2000................................................ Lynette Bass Toni Catchings 2002........................................... Kristina Kastor Zita Tiamuh 2003...................................... Emily Bruggeman Lanna King 2004......................................Michelle Alvarado Melissa Arnold 2005.................................................Bailey Geels Tamara Geels Jessica Pierce 2006.................................................Bailey Geels Amber Ramoz 2007...................................... Melissa DoRemus Meagan Lasley 2008........................................... Chelsey Haight Sarah Reed Evan Stanberry 2009........................................... Evan Stanberry 2010.........................................Devon Herrman Evan Stanberry 2011.......................................................Jade Bell Devon Herrman Evan Stanberry

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-LSC

YEAR PLAYER 1998......................................... Laurie Donovan Sherri Konlande 1999..............................................Laurie Knapp 2000....................................................Stacy Carr 2001...........................................Cory Copeland 2004............................................. Kensley Apetz Emily Bruggemann Lanna King 2006...............................................Jessica Pierce 2007.................................................Bailey Geels 2008...........................................Lacy Alexander Whitney Hancock Taylor Jordan 2009.............................................. Taylor Jordan 2010............................................... Randi Hafele Chelsey Haight Megan Monroe

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LION RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS POINTS No. Player Points 1. Emily Bruggemann......................136 2. Meagan Lasley...............................122 3. Erin de Wolfe.................................115 4. Lynette Bass....................................102 5. Tiffany Adams.................................70 Melissa DoRemus...........................70 Chelsey Haight................................70 8. Bailey Geels.....................................65 9. Trudy Warborg...............................58 10. Stacy Carr........................................55

TEAM RECORDS MOST SHOTS Match........................................................... 53 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma (Oct. 16, 1998) Season............................................451 (2003) MOST GOALS Match........................................................... 10 vs. East Central (Oct. 9, 2005) vs. Dallas Baptist (Sept. 28, 1996) Season..............................................58 (2003) MOST ASSISTS Match........................................................... 11 vs. Dallas Baptist (Sept. 28, 1996) Season..............................................46 (1999) MOST POINTS Match........................................................... 31 vs. Dallas Baptist (Sept. 28, 1996) Season............................................155 (1998) MOST SAVES Match........................................................... 15 vs. Midwestern State (Oct. 31, 2001) Season............................................136 (1999) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED Season................................... 14 (1999, 2003) MOST SHUTOUTS Season..............................................12 (2003)

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GOALS No. Player Goals 1. Emily Bruggemann........................57 2. Meagan Lasley................................47 3. Lynette Bass.....................................32 Erin de Wolfe..................................32 5. Tiffany Adams.................................30 Bailey Geels.....................................30 7. Melissa DoRemus...........................28 8. Stacy Carr........................................21 Chelsey Haight................................21 10. Trudy Warborg...............................18

ASSISTS No. Player Assists 1. Erin de Wolfe..................................51 2. Sherri Konlande..............................35 3. Lynette Bass.....................................32 4. Meagan Lasley................................28 5. Emily Bruggemann........................22 6. Bailey Geels.....................................15 Megan Monroe...............................15 8. Melissa DoRemus...........................14 9. Stacy Carr........................................12 Trudy Warborg...............................12

SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS POINTS No. Player Year Points 1. Meagan Lasley............... 2008........ 52 2. Emily Bruggemann....... 2002........ 47 3. Tiffany Adams................ 2003........ 46 4. Lynette Bass.................... 1998........ 45 5. Emily Bruggemann....... 2000........ 38 6. Erin de Wolfe................. 2005........ 37 7. Meagan Lasley............... 2009........ 36 8. Erin Adamson................ 1999........ 33 9. Meagan Lasley............... 2007........ 31 10. Brionna Minde.............. 2011........ 26

SHOTS No. Player Year Shots 1. Tiffany Adams................ 2003....... 128 2. Tiffany Adams................ 2004....... 112 3. Emily Bruggemann....... 2002....... 102 4. Meagan Lasley............... 2008........ 97 5. Lynette Bass.................... 1998........ 94 6. Erin Adamson................ 1999........ 84 7. Erin de Wolfe................. 2005........ 82 8. Meagan Lasley............... 2007........ 80 9. Emily Bruggemann....... 2000........ 74 10. Irene Yanez..................... 1996........ 73

GOALS No. Player Year Goals 1. Tiffany Adams................ 2003........ 20 Emily Bruggemann...... 2002........ 20 Meagan Lasley............... 2008........ 20 4. Emily Bruggemann....... 2000........ 17 5. Lynette Bass.................... 1998........ 15 Meagan Lasley............... 2009........ 15 7. Erin Adamson................ 1999........ 14 8. Erin de Wolfe................. 2005........ 11 Bailey Geels.................... 2007........ 11 Meagan Lasley............... 2007........ 11

SAVES No. Player Year Saves 1. Sarah Fagan.................... 1999....... 121 2. Amber Ramoz................ 2006....... 106 3. Jennifer Alvarado.......... 2007....... 104 Catherine Cole............... 1998....... 104 5. Randi Hafele................... 2011....... 101 6. Amber Ramoz................ 2004........ 94 7. Randi Hafele................... 2010........ 85 8. Catherine Cole............... 1996........ 84 9. Sarah Fagan.................... 2001........ 81 10. Taylor Jordan................. 2009........ 76 SHUTOUTS No. Player Year SO 1. Sarah Fagan.................... 1999........ 11 2. Sarah Fagan.................... 2002........ 10 3. Randi Hafele................... 2010......... 9 4. Catherine Cole............... 1998......... 7 Stacey McDaniel............ 2005......... 7 Amber Ramoz................ 2003......... 7 Amber Ramoz................ 2006......... 7 8. Taylor Jordan................. 2008......... 6 Taylor Jordan................. 2009......... 6 Amber Ramoz................ 2004......... 6

ASSISTS No. Player Year Assists 1. Sherri Konlande............. 1999........ 17 2. Lynette Bass.................... 1998........ 15 Erin de Wolfe................. 2003........ 15 Erin de Wolfe................. 2005........ 15 Sherri Konlande............. 1998........ 15 6. Erin de Wolfe................. 2004........ 13 7. Meagan Lasley............... 2008........ 12 8. Lynette Bass.................... 2000........ 11 9. Meagan Lasley............... 2007......... 9 10. Erin de Wolfe................. 2002......... 8

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A&M-COMMERCE HALL OF FAME T

here are 149 former athletes, coaches and administrators, along with 13 teams enshrined in the Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Hall of Fame. Founded in 1978, it is one of the most visible functions of the A&M-Commerce Athletic Association. The association’s Hall of Fame Selection Committee meets annually to select “those persons - living or dead - whose contributions to Texas A&M University-Commerce have brought lasting fame and honor to themselves and A&M-Commerce.” Induction classes must be approved by the A&M-Commerce President. Membership in the Athletic Hall of Fame is limited to former Lion athletes, coaches and athletic administrators. Athletes must have completed their eligibility 10 years prior to nomination, while coaches and administrators must have served A&M-Commerce for a minimum of 10 years. Additionally, the nominee must be a person of such integrity, character and sportsmanship that the A&M-Commerce family will be inspired by the recognition. Any member of the Athletic Association may submit a nomination, with forms and information about joining the Athletic Association available from the Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Department.

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-COMMERCE ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME 1978

Bob Berry • Coach Marvin Brown• Football Bob Carpenter • Basketball Perry Fite • Football Jim Gray • Football R.A. Hitt • Football Charles Holding • Track Jim Miller • Basketball J.W. Rollins • Coach J.V. Sikes • Coach M.A. Smith • Coach Darrell Tully • Multi

1979

D.L. Ashley • Football James Baird • Track James Batchelor • Football Arthur James • Football L.D. Parson • Multi Cecil Pirkey • Multi/Coach Avon Rice • Track John Windell • Multi

1980

Jeff Fitch • Basketball Gene Hodge • Multi Norman Roberts • Football Clinton White • Football

1981

Lura M. Calhoun • Basketball Jake Carpenter • Basketball Bob Killingsworth • Multi Sam McCord • Football L.I. Smith • Administrator

1982

Jerry Cook • Multi Dr. Bill Crabtree • Coach Dr. Shelby Metcalf • Basketball

1983

Osborne Amburg • Football Delmer Brown • Coach Robert Hochstadter • Tennis

1984

Russell Duncan • Multi Dee Mackey • Multi Dwight White • Football

1985

1994

Autry Beamon • Football Elizabeth “Lib” Huggins • Coach Craig Metz • Golf James Williams • Meritorious

Gary Berry • Football Richard Houston • Football Bob Rogers • Coach

1986

Sylvia Bose Brown • Basketball Wayne Hirst • Tennis Clarence Lynch • Basketball

William “Bill” Defee • Multi Dr. Jesse Hawthorne • Administrator Charles Williams • Basketball

1987

Marvin Coffey • Football Harvey Martin • Football Roy “Buddy” McKee • Track Joe Norton • Meritorious

1988

C.W. “Boley” Crawford • Coach Bobby Fox • Coach Ernest Hawkins • Coach James Schulze • Tennis

1989

Dr. J.W. “Jack” Bell • Meritorious Truitt Ingram • Basketball Dub Lewis • Football

1990

Glenn Johnston • Multi Rex Stultz • Multi Curtis Wester • Football

1995

2002

Jackie Alford • Track Terry Skinner • Football Aundra Thompson • Football John White • Boxing Wade Wilson • Football 1952 Football Team 1986 Volleyball Team

2003

1996

Tim Collier • Multi Dean Hesse • Multi W.J. “Sleepy” Redwine • Basketball Fred J. Schaefer • Track

1997

Will Hill Acker • Administrator Nate Granger • Basketball LeRoy Johnson • Football Morris Kyser • Track Dudley Slice • Football O’Neal Tarrant • Basketball

1998

Neal Hinson • Football Danny Kirk • Football Whitney Miller • Basketball Paulette Pilchik-Britton • Volleyball

1999

Silver Anniversary No Class Inducted

2004

Ricky Dirks • Football Angie Neylon Eberhart • Volleyball Kyle Mackey • Football David Walvoord • Meritorious 1955 Basketball Team

2005

Dr. Ron Newsome • Meritorius Dr. Nelson Robinson • Football Staci Watkins-Sherman • Volleyball

2006

Gary Compton • Football Dr. Margo Harbison • Administration Glen Machan • Track Alan Veingrad • Football

1991

1992

1993

Tom Black • Football Jim Dietz • Football Susie Knause • Coach Meshell Graham Mitchell • Basketball

Chad Brown • Football Jim Gudger • Coach Orville Hudson • Football Thomas McCormack • Football

2001

2012

Curtis Buckley • Football Dr. John Carlos • Track Paul Peak • Administrator Robert Peek • Meritorious Donna Tavener • Coach

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Socrates Bagiackas • Track Mark Copeland • Football Rita Garcia • Tennis Danny Tharpe • Coach 1990 Football Team

Terry Burnett • Track Bill Gaines • Basketball Jon Gilliam • Football 1957 Football Team 1972 Football Team 1972 Tennis Team

2000

Carolyn Brown Burt • Coach Alice Fortes • Multi Johnny Garrison • Football F.H. “Bub” McDowell • Administrator Larry McGhee • Basketball

2011

Phil Andrews • Basketball Patti Beane • Tennis Dorothy Ingram • Meritorious Mickey Martin • Tennis Eddie Vowell • Coach

2007

Dennis Vinzant • Coach Harless Wade • Meritorious

Curtis Guyton • Football Jerry Hirst • Tennis Jim “Buddy” Miller • Football George Riley • Multi

2010

Dennis Dyce • Track Harry Fritz • Tennis James Thrower • Football Cheryl Zachary • Track 1980 Football Team 1980 Volleyball Team 1999 Soccer Team

2008

Agapius Amo • Track Bob Bounds • Football Alan Crute • Tennis George Daskalakes • Football 1958 Football Team 1978 Tennis Team

Will Cureton • Football Dr. Jerry Lytle • Football Louis Margot II • Meritorious J.P. Vinson • Basketball Dr. Earle Williams • Meritorious

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2009

Nickie Brice • Golf Hugo Cabrera • Basketball Joe Hinton • Meritorious Kevin Mathis • Football 1965 Golf Team

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BOBBY FOX AWARD B

obby Fox played football for the Lions from 1952-55 and was an All-American defensive back and quarterback for East Texas State University on two Tangerine Bowl teams. He returned to his alma mater in 1971 as an assistant football coach. His “Blue Gang” defense of 1972, which included future NFL players Autry Beamon, and Harvey Martin, was an integral part of helping the Lions capture the NAIA national championship. Fox also served as the Lions’ head track and field coach from 1972-82 and was inducted into the Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988. Established in 1994, the Outstanding Alumni Coach Award, given each year to deserving Lion alumni, is made possible by an endowment established by Peggy Bankhead Fox in memory of her late husband.

BOBBY FOX AWARD RECIPIENTS 1994

James Browder Bachelor Mary E. Beccue James R. Cameron • Memorium Orville W. Follis • Emeritus Joseph Golding Charles A. Lyles • Emeritus Pat Patterson Moses

1995

BOBBY FOX Lion Football/Track Coach 1971-1982

Guyle Akridge Bryant Clark • Emeritus Perry D. Coursey David Floyd Robert E. “Bill” Ingram Joe A. Koesel L.H. Matthews Susan Trenton Morton

1996

Roy L. Curry Glen Fields Roger Goode Don Hartman Donald D. Poe Ronald W. Poe Donald Woodall

1997

George Boynton Jesse L. Cummings Sheila Letwyn Daughtrey J.D. Menasco

1998

Evelayn Blalock Deborah Mitchell Robinson Joseph Spinato

2013 Bobby Fox Award Winner MIRANDA SERNA (Represented by her mother)

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1999

Buddy Hawkings Joe Michalka • Emeritus Rodney Rainey

2000

Buddy Hawkings Leon “Red” Spencer

2001

Buddy Hawkings Johnnie Henderson • Emeritus Beverly Day Humphrey John Calvin Lotz • Memorium

2007

Beverly Day Humphrey Jim “Buddy” Miller • Emeritus Wake Wood

2008

Steve Schkade Tosha Spain Leon “Red” Spencer • Emeritus

2009

2002

Dennis Ewing Robert E. “Bill” Ingram • Memorium Ronald W. Poe • Emeritus David Shepherd Skip Townsend

2003

Clarence Lynch Marvin Sedberry

Max Bledsoe Hosea Lee No award given

2004

Skip Townsend Dr. Jim Webb • Emeritus

2005

Donna Patterson-Capps Paul Galvan • Emeritus John Jones

2010

2011

Homer B. Johnson Greg Priest Greg Williams

2012

Bob Connelly Miranda Serna • Memorium Wade Wilson

2006

Charlie Dexter • Memorium Mickey Flippen • Emeritus Beverly Day Humphrey Rex Norris

2013 Bobby Fox Award Winner WADE WILSON (Represented by his father)

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT DR. DAN JONES DR. DAN JONES A&M-COMMERCE PRESIDENT/CEO University of Texas, 1975 (B.A., B.S.) Rice University, 1978 (M.S) University of Iowa, 1983 (Ph.D) Fifth year at A&M-Commerce

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r. Dan Jones was appointed as the 11th president of Texas A&M University-Commerce by the Texas A&M University Board of Regents in July 2008. Born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Dr. Jones earned a pair of bachelor’s degrees from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975. He achieved his bachelor of arts in english and his bachelor of science in magazine journalism, graduating with highest honors in both disciplines. Jones then achieved his master’s degree in english from Rice University in 1978, followed by a master’s degree in American studies from the University of Iowa in 1982. While in Iowa City, Jones also attained his Ph.D. in American studies in 1984. Jones’ career in education began at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming, where he served as an English instructor from 198285. He continued his academic career at the University of Houston from 1985-2002, serving in a number of positions before ultimately being named dean of University College. Following his service at the University of Houston, Jones served as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas from 2003-08 until his appointment to become the president of A&M-Commerce. As president, he is passionate about the power of education to transform lives, families and communities. He has partnered with the Hispanic, Black, Asian and North Dallas Chambers of Commerce, and has implemented strategic initiatives geared at making A&M-Commerce both military friendly and a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI). Jones has been a member of many organizations, including the Rotary Club, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications and Texas Council of Chief Academic Officers. He has also served on numerous boards that benefit the community, in-

cluding Chamber of Commerce, United School Day and Project MEND (Medical Equipment Network for the Disabled). In his capacity as a University administrator, Jones has published several articles and made numerous presentations dealing with higher education and popular culture, while overseeing a handful of projects across the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus. One of the defining aspects of Jones’ career has been the tremendous growth of A&M-Commerce. When he took over in July of 2008, enrollment was just over 9,000 students, which has escalated to reaching 12,000 in the fall of 2012. A number of facility improvements have been made throughout campus as A&M-Commerce is one of the fastest growing universities in the state of Texas. Jones is also an avid A&M-Commerce sports fan and can be seen at countless athletic contests and athletic department functions. He and his family were present at the Lone Star Conference basketball tournament in both his hometown of Bartlesville as well as the Allen Event Center, as well as multiple Lion athletic department functions. Jones has been instrumental in the success of the Harvey Martin Classic and played a key role in the hiring of a handful of Lion head coaches, including head football coach Colby Carthel. Jones is married to Jalinna Jones and the couple has two daughters, Aislinn and Allyson.

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR RYAN IVEY RYAN IVEY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR University of Memphis, 2004 First Season at A&M-Commerce

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yan Ivey was introduced as the Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Director at a press conference on January 7, 2013, and since that day, he has hit the ground running. Just two weeks after his hiring, Ivey made his first significant impact on Lion Athletics, hiring Colby Carthel as A&M-Commerce’s 19th head football coach. But that was just the beginning. In six months at the helm, Ivey has announced the addition of an intercollegiate softball program, which will begin in the spring of 2015. He also had a head coach in place, hiring Richie Bruister as the Lions’ first head coach just a few weeks after he led Texas Woman’s to an LSC championship and an appearance in the Division II National Championship. Additionally, Ivey has revamped the Lion Athletic Club and has made it a priority to reach out to Lion fans across the state of Texas, holding a series of town hall meetings as well as launching the Lion Safari Tour. He has also brought new ideas and initiatives to help push A&M-Commerce Athletics into a new era. Ivey comes to A&M-Commerce from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he has been an integral member of the Cowboys athletic department since 2007. He has served as Associate Athletic Director since August 2010, handling the day-to-day operations of the department both in an internal and external capacity. Internally, Ivey’s key contributions have come in overseeing McNeese State’s nearly-eight million dollar athletic budget, handling the business operations on a day-to-day basis. He has also been responsible for implementing new money saving initiatives within the department as well as providing fiscal responsibility. Additionally, Ivey has overseen McNeese’s game day operations, helping to provide an entertaining and memorable experience for fans at Cowboy home athletic events while also handling the responsibility of scheduling for all 16 Cowboy and Cowgirl athletic programs. Working directly with head coaches, Ivey has

also played a key role in helping 15 of McNeese’s athletic programs increase their Academic Performance Rate to .925 or higher, improving from just four when he arrived. Externally, Ivey has handled the responsibilities of McNeese’s corporate sponsorship program. Since taking over the program, corporate sponsorship revenue has increased over 80%, bringing in over $750,000 per year. Ivey authored a revenue generating master plan for the Cowboy athletic department as well as spearheading two different marketing campaigns which resulted in record-breaking results for the Cowboy football and basketball programs. In addition to his McNeese State responsibilities, Ivey has assisted in the execution of the 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012 State Farm Southland Conference Basketball tournaments. Ivey has also made his mark spearheading postseason events, serving as the tournament director for the 2008 and 2012 Southland Conference Women’s Soccer tournament, the 2009 Southland Conference Softball tournament and most recently, the 2011 and 2012 FCS National Championship games. Prior to his time at McNeese State, Ivey spent two seasons as the Director of Operations for the women’s basketball team at the University of Memphis, his alma mater. He also has experience serving as the Marketing and Promotions Coordinator for the University of South Dakota as well as a Stadium Operations Assistant for the Memphis Redbirds of the Pacific Coast League. A native of Mayfield, Kentucky, Ivey was a four-year letterwinner at Memphis as a punter and holder on the Tiger football team, seeing action in both the 2003 New Orleans Bowl and the 2004 GMAC Bowl. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management in December 2004, followed by his master’s degree in sport and leisure commerce in August 2010. He met his wife, Kelley, while attending the University of Memphis and has two sons, Jett and Ace.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

JUDY SACKFIELD

Associate A.D. Academic Services

DUSTAN THRIFT Head Athletic Trainer

DR. ERIC GRUVER Faculty Athletics Representative

CRAIG CASE

Volleyball Head Coach

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MICHAEL HILL

JOSH JORGENSEN

Assistant A.D. Compliance

Assistant A.D. External Affairs

LANCE FARMER

Director of Strength and Conditioning

NICOLE ANDERSON

GUY MORRISS

SAMMY MORRONE

RAND CHAMPION

Assistant A.D. Internal Operations

Assistant to the A.D. Special Projects

Asst. Director of Development (Athletics)

TAYLOR FORE

CHRISTI SPRUILL

COLBY CARTHEL

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Men’s and Women’s Golf Head Coach

DR. LOUIE BLEDSOE

RICHIE BRUISTER

TOM DIBBERN

NEIL PIPER

ASHLEY ROCKE

Track and Field/Cross Country Head Coach

Director of Media Relations

Soccer Head Coach

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Softball Head Coach

Dance Head Coach

Assistant to the Athletic Director

Football Head Coach

SAM WALKER

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

2012-13 ATHLETICS YEAR IN REVIEW FOOTBALL

• Lions rally in the final minute to tie the game against rival Texas A&M-Kingsville, then defeat the Javelinas 21-14 in overtime to capture the Chennault Cup for the first time since 2001. • Linebacker Danny Mason named the 2012 Lone Star Conference Linebacker of the Year, ranking third nationally in tackles per game (11.5). • Mason became the eighth Lion linebacker to be named a two-time first team All-LSC selection and was named a second team All-American by Beyond Sports Network in addition to earning first team Daktronics All-Region honors. Mason would represent Team Texas in the 2013 Texas vs. the Nation All-Star Game. • Colby Carthel was named A&M-Commerce’s 19th head football coach, being hired to take over the program on January 22, 2013.

VOLLEYBALL

• A&M-Commerce reaches 20 victories on the season, an improvement of nine matches from 2011, and finish fifth in the Lone Star Conference, advancing to the LSC quarterfinals. • Middle blocker Rachel Robertson was named the 2012 Lone Star Conference Offensive Player of the Year after leading the conference in hitting percentage, points per set and kills per set. • Robertson finished her career ranked third all-time in program history in career kills with 1,359. • Three Lions garnered All-LSC honors, including Robertson (first team), setter Jordan Neal (second team) and middle blocker Breanne Snyder (Honorable Mention). • Robertson and right side hitter Kayla Bond were recognized as Capital One Academic All-District selections as the duo were both named to the LSC’s Volleyball All-Academic team.

SOCCER

• Forward Brionna Minde was named the Lone Star Conference Academic Player of the Year after leading the LSC in assists in 2012. • Minde and defenseman Eva Brutto were named NSCAA third team All-Region selections. • Brutto was named to the All-Lone Star Conference first team while forward Anitra Wright was a second team honoree. • Midfielder Callie Annett was named a Capital One Academic All-District selection and joined Minde on the LSC Soccer All-Academic team.

CROSS COUNTRY

• Dorian McCradic was named the Lone Star Conference’s Freshman of the Year after placing sixth at the 2012 LSC Championships in Lawton, Okla. • Fellow freshman Luis Romero joined McCradic on the All-Lone Star Conference team after placing 15th at the conference championships. • Senior Alex Kimp was named to the LSC Cross Country All-Academic team for the second consecutive season.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

• A&M-Commerce had one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the nation, posting a nine-win improvement in 2012-13. • A&M-Commerce posted one of the greatest upsets in Lone Star Conference Championship history as the seventh-seeded Lions toppled regular season co-champion Abilene Christian 80-79 in the quarterfinals at the Allen Event Center. • Head coach Nicole Anderson was named the 2012-13 Lone Star Conference co-Coach of the Year. Forward Breanna Harris was tabbed a second team All-LSC selection while guard Danielle Dixon was an All-LSC honorable mention selection.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

• Head coach Sam Walker became the all-time winningest coach in A&M-Commerce history as the Lions rallied to defeat reigning LSC champion Midwestern State 74-66 at the Field House on January 9, 2013. The victory was the 202nd of Walker’s career, moving him past Hall of Famer Jim Gudger as the all-time Lion victories leader. • A&M-Commerce qualified for the Lone Star Conference Basketball Championship for the ninth-straight year, the second-longest active streak in the LSC, and the 34th time overall - the most appearances of any conference institution. • Forward Andrew Davis was named a first team Capital One Academic All-American, one year after earning third team honors. He was also the Lone Star Conference’s Academic Player of the Year for men’s basketball. • Forward Preston Whitley was named an honorable mention All-LSC selection, concluding his Lion career by becoming the latest member of the A&M-Commerce 1,000-point club.

MEN’S GOLF

• Freshman Kason Childress made an impression in his first collegiate tournament, tying for the individual championship at the Paris J.C. Dragon Invitational on September 17, 2013. • Junior C.J. Clem was named a second team All-Lone Star Conference selection after leading the Lions in scoring average. • Sophomore Marcus Sanna was named to the LSC Men’s Golf All-Academic team. • Clem became the third Lion since 2000 to qualify for the NCAA South Central Regional, shooting a 4-over 220 and finishing among the top-50 of the individual standings.

WOMEN’S GOLF

• Junior Sara Diaz was named the Lone Star Conference Academic Player of the Year for women’s golf. • Diaz finished the year with one top-10 and five top-20 individual showings, highlighted by a fifth-place finish at the Lion Invitational on March 14-15, 2013, being named to the All-Tournament team. • Junior Chantry McMahan was named to the All-LSC honorable mention team after posting three top-10 and three additional top-20 showings for the Lions in 2012-13.

TRACK AND FIELD

• Three Lions qualified for the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championships as Dakota Fountain (long jump), Vanessa Jackson (400 meter dash) and Ashley Ross (discus) each placed among the top-20 at the national meet. • Fountain claimed the Lone Star Conference championship in the men’s long jump with a leap of 7.68 meters, ranking third in Division II. • Five school records were broken during the 2013 season, including Luis Romero running a 1:51.62 in the 800 meter run at the LSC Championships, breaking a school record that had stood since 1960. • 10 Lions garnered USTFCCCA All-Region honors, including a pair for sophomore Matt Rich who was among the top-five in the region in both the javelin and the decathlon. • Alex Kimp was named the Lone Star Conference Men’s Track and Field Academic Athlete of the Year, giving the Lions four Academic Players of the Year in 2012-13, tying for the most of any LSC institution.

SOFTBALL

• A&M-Commerce announced the addition of a softball program, which will begin competition in the spring of 2015. Richie Bruister was named the program’s first-ever head coach at a press conference on July 17.

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MEDIA INFORMATION M

COVERING THE LIONS

A&M-COMMERCE MEDIA RELATIONS

edia efforts for all 12 Texas A&M University-Commerce sports are coordinated by Rand Champion, the Lions’ Director of Media and Public Relations. A&M-Commerce’s Media Relations office is located on the second floor of the Field House, directly east of Memorial Stadium.

RAND CHAMPION Director of Media and Public Relations Office: (903) 886-5131 Cell: (903) 366-6041 E-Mail: Rand.Champion@tamuc.edu Sports: Football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country.

CREDENTIALS Credentials are issued to working members of the media only. Credential requests must be made at least 24 hours prior to the game by contacting Rand Champion via e-mail. Working media can pick up their game day credentials at the media will call, located at the main ticket office on the north side of the Lion Soccer Field.

PHIL PAQUETTE Media Relations Graduate Assistant Office: (903) 886-5131 Cell: (401) 464-1212 E-Mail: Philip.Paquette@tamuc.edu Sports: Volleyball, soccer, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track and field

LION SOCCER FIELD PRESS AREA Press area at the Lion Soccer Field is extremely limited, with preferred seating given to those that cover the Lions on a regular basis. Seating generally will be in the bleachers on the south side of the facility. Programs, rosters and game notes will be available an hour prior to the start of the match in the game operations box with halftime stats and final stat packets distributed to working media as well. Should media need a place to work for an extended period after the match, the media relations office is open to working media and is located on the second floor of the Field House. INTERVIEWS All interview requests with Texas A&M University-Commerce coaches and student-athletes must be coordinated through the Media Relations office and must be arranged 24 hours prior. Student-athletes are told not to conduct any interviews unless it has been previously arranged through the Media Relations office. No interviews will be conducted on travel or game days. PHOTOGRAPHERS All photographers must have a credential visible at all times. NCAA rules prohibit photographers from being in the team areas and should not interfere with play. Photographers are to shoot on the east and west sides of the field along the south sideline and should not impede with the fans view of the match. Photographers need to be mindful of the action on the field and should not in any way impede with corner kicks or stand behind the goal. POST-GAME INTERVIEWS Following a 10-minute cooling off period, Texas A&M University-Commerce head coach Neil Piper and selected players will be made available to the media outside the game operations box, located on the north side of the field. Media members should let Rand Champion know which players they would like made available at the conclusion of the match. RADIO Space for radio broadcasts is extremely limited as no space inside the game operations box will be available. If a radio broadcast is required, space will be made available either on top of the game operations box or along the north sideline. If a phone line is required, please let either Rand Champion or Phil Paquette know at least 48 hours in advance. PARKING Parking is free for all spectators and media and is located north of the Lion Soccer Field.

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LIONATHLETICS.COM LionAthletics.com is the official website for all 12 Texas A&M University-Commerce intercollegiate athletic programs. Updated daily, the site includes A&M-Commerce’s volleyball weekly releases, match notes, rosters, schedules and other volleyball related information, as well as those for the other 10 Lion sports. In addition, fans can find information about A&M-Commerce sports camps, ticket information, directions to facilities, photo galleries and information about how to become a member of the A&M-Commerce Lion Athletic Club. A&M-COMMERCE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS Fans can follow all the action surrounding their A&M-Commerce athletic teams by becoming a fan of A&M-Commerce Athletics on Facebook. Twitter fans can also follow the Lions @Lion_Athletics.

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2013 A&M-COMMERCE LION SOCCER

FORT LEWIS

COLORADO MESA

HARDING

Fri., Sept. 6 • 5 p.m. Grand Junction, Colo.

Sun., Sept. 8 • 4 p.m. Grand Junction, Colo.

OUACHITA BAPTIST

SOUTHERN NAZARENE

EASTERN NEW MEXICO

WEST TEXAS A&M

ANGELO STATE

Sun., Sept. 22 • 2 p.m. Arkadelphia, Ark.

Tues., Sept. 24 • 4 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Fri., Sept. 27 • 4 p.m. Portales, N.M.

Sun., Sept. 29 • 12 p.m. Canyon, Texas

Fri., Oct. 4 • 7 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

MIDWESTERN STATE

TEXAS WOMAN’S

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN

MIDWESTERN STATE

ANGELO STATE

Sun., Oct. 6 • 2 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Thurs., Oct. 10 • 7 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Sat., Oct. 12 • 7 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Fri., Oct. 18 • 6 p.m. Wichita Falls, Texas

Sun., Oct. 20 • 1 p.m. San Angelo, Texas

TEXAS WOMAN’S

WEST TEXAS A&M

EASTERN NEW MEXICO

Fri., Oct. 25 • 7 p.m. Denton, Texas

Fri., Nov. 1 • 7 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Sun., Nov 3 • 12 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

Fri., Sept. 13 • 7:30 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

DALLAS BAPTIST Wed., Sept. 18 • 7:30 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD

ST. MARY’S Fri., Sept. 20 • 4 p.m. LION SOCCER FIELD


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