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2010 Quick Facts

University Information Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Field Seating Capacity Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Administrative Assistant Athletic Dept. Phone Twitter Facebook

Media Outlets Mobile, AL 1961 1,646 Rams and Lady Rams Maroon & White The Jungle 800 NAIA Southern States Athletic Dr. Mark Foley Joe Niland Sally Shouppe 251-442-2278 MobileRams University of Mobile Rams

Brian Person 251-442-2397 4th 19-30-7 19-30-7 Kevin Laux 251-442-2303 4th

Athletic Training Staff Athletic Trainer Office Phone Assistant Athletic Trainer Office Phone

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Courtney Jones 251-442-2361

Team History First Year Of Soccer All-Time Record NAIA Tournament Appearances/Last

Call News

1992 216-120-15 4/2000

Randy Kennedy 251-219-5669 Barry H. Hendrix 251-866-5998

Tri-City Review

Rick Cauley 251-679-5975

WKRG-CBS-5 Sports

Randy Patrick 251-662-3003

WPMI NBC-15 Sports

Fox 10 Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach Office Phone Years At UM Record At UM Overall Record Assistant Coach Office Phone Years At UM

Mobile Press-Register

WNSP 105.5 FM Sports

Lance Crawford Clement Townsend 251-602-1557 Rob Lehocky Joe Emer 251-434-1065 Lee Shirvanian 251-438-5460

Team Information 2009 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

10-10-1 2-2 N/A 15/7 7/4

Key Returners Anna Maddox GK Miss Stovall F Christy Lachappelle F Louise Arseneault DEF Ashley Lachappelle DEF Brianna Simmons MF

Two-Time All-American 2009 All-American 7 Goals, 8 Assists 54 GP 36 GP, 5 Assists 4 Goals

Key Losses Terri McCreadie F/MF Jazlyn Payne DEF

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Two-Time All-American 20 GS

2010 UM Coaches Person has served three seasons as head coach of the women’s program after serving 6 years as an assistant. The Lady Rams are 19-30-7 in his three seasons and four players have been named NAIA All-American under his direction. He began his collegiate playing career at Central Washington Brian Person University and eventually Head Coach finished at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks where he graduated in 1998 with a B.S. in Exercise Science. Person, who earned his MBA from the University of Mobile in May of 2002 with a 3.9 GPA, also has playing experience with Mobile. A former starter at right back for the Rams, he also played for the PDL Jackson Chargers in 1998-99. He has a USSF “B” License. He is an active member of the NSCAA and has spent nine summers working with the regional Olympic Developmental Program.

Laux has served 3 seasons on the Lady Rams’ coaching staff after serving as a graduate assistant for Spring Hill’s soccer program. Laux is in familiar territory, as he graduated from the University of Mobile in 2005 with a B.S in psychology and a minor in sports management. He was also a member of the 2002 men’s soccer team that won a NAIA National Championship and was the team’s 2004 Champion of Character award recipient.

Kevin Laux Assistant Coach

He received his Masters of Sports Science in Sports Coaching from the US Sports Academy in March of 2010. He works in all aspects of the program and is relied upon heavily in recruiting. Laux has his USSF “C” license.

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2010 Preview The 2010 University of Mobile women’s soccer team will look to improve upon last year’s 10-10-1 mark and take that final step to the national tournament. “We’ve made steady progress each of the past two years, and we are excited to see what this season will hold for us,” Head Coach Brian Person said. “We like the mix we have on offense and defense.” The Lady Rams lose two-time NAIA All-American Terri McCreadie up top, but return some fire power and stout defenders. 2009 All-American Missy Stovall returns after a team-leading 17 goals in 2009, while Christy Lachappelle returns after posting 7 goals and 8 assists. Mobile will also get midfielder Cherly Edgar back from injury.

in creating goal-scoring opportunities.” Defensively, two-time All-American Anna Maddox returns with the versatility to play in goal or in the field, and she will receive defensive assistance from Louise Arseneault and Ashley Lachappelle. “Anna offers us a lot of versatility on defense, and we are working on some ideas to make our defense better,” Person said. Joining the returning players are several talented newcomers. Rebekah Counce and Madison Rumore will compete for starting spots in the defensive backfield. “We have a very strong core of returning players, but expect Rebekah and Madison to compete for significant minutes right away,” Person said.

“It’s tough to lose a player of Terri’s caliber, but we have some great talent on the wings and in the midfield,” Person said. “Missy and Christy are our go-to scorers, and we have several other players that we think will excel

2010’s schedule will test Mobile early, with dates with No. 6 Martin Methodist on Aug. 26 and defending National Champion Lee University on Aug. 28.

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“Our team will have to gel quickly with two key dates right off the bat,” Person said. “We’ve played Martin Methodist close the past few years, and Lee is a big game, as we might have to go through them in the conference tournament.” Top-15 schools AUM, William Carey and Northwood (FL) also dot the schedule as Mobile moves to the Southern States Athletic Conference. Mobile will open the season away Aug. 23 against rival Spring Hill College at 5 pm. “The new conference will definitely test us, but we are familiar with many of them from regional play,” Person said. “If we do our jobs as coaches, and the girls work to improve each day, we should be right where we want to be at the end of the year.”

2010 Roster No. 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 32 77

Name Amanda Kohn Madison Rumore Olivia Maddox Stefanie Weaver Missy Stovall Samantha Long Cheryl Edgar Melissa Maddox Christy Lachappelle Courtney Lavender Louise Arseneault Brittany Boston Anna Maddox Kelsie Ruff Kassie Ruff Brianna Simmons Casey Mims Ashley Lachappelle Rebekah Counce Samantha Bird Elisabeth Davis Tiffany Pettiway Kalia Jones Mary Lippa Lorna Brownlie

Yr FR JR SO FR SO FR SR FR SO SO SR FR SR SO JR SO JR JR FR SO SO FR SO FR JR

Pos GK D MF F F F F/MF F/MF F MF D F D/GK F/MF F/MF MF F D D/MF GK MF/D D F F/MF GK

Hometown Semmes, AL Gilbert, AZ Auburn, AL Madison, MS San Antonio, TX Dothan, AL Edinburgh, Scotland Auburn, AL San Antonio, TX Wilmer, AL Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada DeFuniak Springs, FL Auburn, AL Huntsville, AL Huntsville, AL The Woodlands, TX Semmes, AL San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX Hickory, NC Fairhope, AL Cantonment, FL Hutto, TX The Woodlands, TX Glasgow, UK

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Player Profiles

#13 Louise Arseneault Senior - Defender Pe Personal: Daughter of Michel and Suzie Arseneault....... Native of Bathurst, NB, Canada........ Enjoys listening to music and playing soccer...... Favorite NB athlete is Mia Hamm..... Participated in the Canada Games athlet 2009: Sta Started and played in 20 games.... Recorded 2 assists 2008: Started in 17 games... Collected 2 assists.. 2nd-Team All-GCAC 2007: Played in all 17 games for Mobile, starting 16 of them.... Named 2nd-Team All-GCAC as a defender High School: Graduated from Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit in 2007..... Played soccer and volleyball..... Named Athlete of the Year Club: Played for Chaleur AAA from 2003 to 2007........ Named Best Scorer

#9 Cheryl Edgar Senior - Midfielder Personal: Daughter of Mary and Ian Edgar...... Native of Edinburgh, Pe Sco Scotland... Major is Human Performance and Exercise Science.... Enjoys soccer and m music 2009: Lim Limited to 6 games played and 1 start due to ACL injury 2008: Limited Limite to 4 games due to a torn ACL.. Tallied 1 goal and 1 assist in her 4 starts 2007: Started 14 games in the midfield for the Lady Rams... Finished the season with 13 shots-on-goal and 25 shots High School: Graduated from St. Augustines High in 2006..... Played soccer and her team won the Scottish Cup all 4 years... Awarded Wardhaugh trophy for outstanding sporting achievments Club: Played for Hibernian under 17 for 2 years..... League winners and League Cup winners each year....... Played for the Edinburgh Ladies for 2 years...... League Cup Winners

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Player Profiles

#15 Anna Maddox Senior - Defender/GK Pe Personal: Daughter of Robert and Macy Maddox..... Major is Human Performance and Exercise Science and Teacher Education.... Favorite athlete is Per Eric Liddel L 2009: Honorable Ho Mention NAIA All-American... 1st-Team All-GCAC.... Started 19 games in ggoal... Picked up 9 wins and 5 shutouts... 99 saves 2008: Honorable Mention NAIA All-American.. GCAC Defensive Player of the Year... Played in 12 games as goalkeeper and 6 as a defender... Held opponents to 1 goal or less in 10 outings.. 52 saves and 10 goals allowed 2007: Started all 17 games... Named 1st-Team All-GCAC..... Tallied 1 Goal and 2 Assists Basketball: Played basketball as a freshman at Mobile.... Played in all 32 games.... Averaged 6.6 points and 2.2 rebounds High School: Graduated from Auburn High School in 2007....... Played basketball under Terryland Dawson and soccer under Mac Matthews...... Basketball MVP in 2006 and 2007

#24 Samantha Bird Sophomore - Goalkeeper Pe Personal: Native of Hickory, NC... Daughter of Suzanne and Seldon Bird.... Enjoys Enj soccer, golf, watching tv and movies, hanging out with friends and swimming.... swim Nursing major Ma 2 starts and played in 4 games in goal... 1-0-1 in her 2 starts... 1 shutout 2009: Made and 13 save saves High School: Attended St. Stephens.... Played soccer... All-Conference and All-Region 3 years... MVP on defense... 5th in the state of North Carolina in shutouts... Broke school record for shutouts in a season Club: Played for Burke Blast 2004-07 Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti and meatballs... Always has milk, chocolate, peanut butter and jelly in her fridge

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#25 Elisabeth Davis Sophomore - Midfielder Personal: Native of Fairhope, AL... Daughter of Sue Ann and Scott Davis... Pe Enjoys painting, cooking, soccer and facebook.... Psychology major Enj 2009: M Made 1 start and played in 17 games High Scho School: Attended Bayside Academy... Played soccer... Defensive MVP.. Overall MVP.... Ralp Ralph Pierotti Award MVP Club: Played for Blast of the Blast Soccer Club in 2005 and 2007 Other: Favorite athlete is Lionel Messi... Favorite home-cooked meal is spinach casserole... Always has pickles in her fridge.. Trying to learn Korean

#27 Kalia Jones Sophomore - Forward Pe Personal: Native of Hutto, TX... Daughter of Dorothy and Michael Procovich... Enjoys playing sports, hanging out with family and friends, shopping and doing Enj mission work missi 2009: Saw action in 3 games as a true freshman High School School: Attended Hutto High School... Played soccer and softball... Team Captain Club: Revolution Soccer Club freshman year Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is steak, mashed potatoes and apple pie.. Always has jelly in her fridge... Can touch her tongue to her nose

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Player Profiles

#22 Ashley Lachappelle Junior - Defender Personal: Native of San Antonio, TX..... Daughter of Melody and Gary Pe Lachappelle..... Lac Major is Nursing.... Minor is Christian Studies.... Hobbies include running, soccer and eating runn 2009: Started Sta and played in 21 games.... Recorded 1 goal and 2 assists... 1st-Team AllGCAC... Scored Sc game-winner versus Nova Southeastern 2008: Played and started in 15 games for Mobile... Collected 3 assists... All 3 assists came in GCAC play High School: Graduated from Ronald Reagan High School.... Played soccer under coach Frankie Whitlock..... Ran track under coach Nancy Almaraze..... All-State and 1st-Team All-District in 2008..... Express-News Super Team in 2008.... 2nd-Team All-District in 2006 and 2007.... Most goals scored in 2006.... Team Captain in 2008 Club: Played for the Lions and Supras from 1999-2004.... Named Team Captain... Played for the Classics from 200408... Named Player of the Year in 2008

#11 Christy Lachappelle Sophomore - Forward Pe Personal: Native of San Antonio, TX... Daughter of Melody and Gary Lachappelle... Lac Enjoys soccer, running, biking, hiking, camping, anything involv involving a lake, reading, listening to music, hanging out with friends and eating 2009: 1st-Team 1st All-GCAC... Started and played in 21 games... Recorded 7 goals and 8 assists... Sc Scored 2 goals and 1 assist versus Warner University High School: Attended Ronald Reagan High School... Ran track and played soccer... 2008-09 District Champs... Regional Champs... State Semi-Finalists... 1st-Team All-District.. Super Team Club: Played for 91 Premier Team of the Classics Elite Soccer Academy from 2004-09... 2008 Player’s Player Award... 2009 Player of the Year Award... 2008 11th in the nation Other: Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan... Favorite home-cooked meals are spaghetti and roast... Hates feet

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#12 Courtney Lavender Sophomore - Midfielder Pe Personal: Native of Wilmer, AL... Daughter of Debra Kent and Shannon Lavender... Enjoys soccer, horseback riding, hunting and swimming... Athletic Lav training major traini 2009: Appeared Ap in 3 games as a freshman School: Attended Mary G. Montgomery... Played soccer... 2009 6A Section 1 High School Champs... 2007-08 Cane Cup Classic MVP Club: Played for Mobile Soccer Club 2007.... Port City Futbol Club in 2008 Other: Favorite athlete is Wayne Rooney... Greatest athletic achievement was being named Team Captain... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken and biscuits

#5 Olivia Maddox Sophomore - Midfielder Pe Personal: Native of Auburn, AL... Daughter of Macy and Robert Maddox.. Enj Enjoys playing guitar and piano, eating chocolate and running... HPES major... Teacher education minor Teach 2009: 2nd-Team 2n All-GCAC... Started 19 games and played in all 21 contests... Lone goal came against College of St. Mary High School: Attended Lee-Scott Academy... Played volleyball, basketball, soccer and track... 2008 Best Hustle Award in volleyball... 2009 State All-Tournament Team in soccer.. 2009 State Champion Other: Greatest athletic achievement was winning the State Championship in basketball as a senior... Favorite homecooked meal is dad’s homemade pizza... Always has blueberry bagels, gatorade and orange juice in her fridge... Her left leg is bigger than her right

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Player Profiles

#21 Casey Mims Junior - Forward Pe Personal: Native of Semmes, AL.... Daughter of Shannon and Larry Mims..... Major Ma is Nursing..... Enjoys soccer and art... Has to keep the same game day ritual.... ritual Favorite athletes are Mia Hamm and Cat Whitehill 2009: Played Pla in 3 games for the Lady Rams 2008: Started 2 games and played in 12 as a true freshman High School: Graduated from Mary G. Montgomery.... Played soccer under Coach Joe Moody Club: Played for Blast Soccer Club for one year.... Made it to the semi-finals in the state championship..... Played for Mobile Soccer Club for two years

#18 Kassie Ruff Junior - Forward Pe Personal: Native of Huntsville, AL... Daughter of Nancy and Brad Ruff... Enjoys sports, spo playing board games and watching movies... Education major 2009: Started S 9 games and played in 20 for Mobile... Scored two goals High School: Scho Attended Valley Fellowship Christian Academy... Played soccer, basketball, basketball track tr and volleyball... Offensive MVP and Work Horse Award in soccer.... Offensive MVP in basketball... 2-Time State Champs in Track... Track MVP.. Offensive MVP in volleyball Club: Played for Capitals of the Boise Capitals 2001-06.. 4-Time State Champs... United of the Huntsville United 2007-08 Other: Favorite athlete is Steve Nash... Favorite home-cooked meal is biscuits and gravy.. Likes to finger paint

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Player Profiles

#17 Kelsie Ruff Sophomore - Forward Pe Personal: Native of Huntsville, AL.. Daughter of Nancy and Brad Ruff... Enjoys board boa games, sports and biking.. Education major 2009: Started S 2 games and played in 19... Recorded 1 assisst... Also played in 18 games fo for the UM women’s basketball team... Averaged 15.5 minutes per game High School: School Attended Valley Fellowship Christian Academy... Played soccer, basketball, track and volleyball... MVP in soccer, basketball and volleyball... 2-Time State Champions in Track Club: Played for Les Bois of Les Bois United 2004-06... United of Huntsville United 2007-09 Other: Favorite athlete is Devin Harris... Greatest athletic achievement was being named Athlete of the Year... Favorite home-cooked meal is lasagna.. Doesn’t like roller coasters

#19 Brianna Simmons Sophomore - Midfielder Personal: Native of The Woodlands, TX.... Daughter of Levitia and James P SSimmons... Enjoys playing guitar, listening to music, cooking and hanging out wit with friends.. HPES major Played in all 21 games, starting 20 of them... Scored 4 goals and tallied 1 as2009: P sist... Re Recorded hat trick versus Reinhardt High Schoo School: Attended The Woodlands College Park.... Four-year varsity starter in soccer... Team Captain three years... District MVP 2009.... District 1st-Team 2006 and 2008... District 2nd-Team 2007... Team MVP 2006 and 2009... Miss Lady Cavalier 2006 Club: Played for Texas Rush Nike ‘91 from 2002-09... ODP State Pool U-16.... STYSA State Champs 2009 Other: Favorite athlete is Brad Davis... Greatest athletic achievement was scoring 4 goals in one game in the State Tournament... Favorite home-cooked meal is roast with rice and salad

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Player Profiles

#7 Missy Stovall Sophomore - Forward Pe Personal: Native of San Antonio, TX... Daughter of Alicia and Mike Stovall... Enjoys Enj soccer, photography, music and hanging out with friends.. Art/Coaching major.. majo Photography minor 2009: Honorable Ho Mention NAIA All-American... 1st-Team All-GCAC... Led Mobile with 17 goals goa and tallied 2 assists... Started all 21 games... Hat trick versus LSU-Shreveport... goals versus Warner University, Northwood, Covenant College and College of St. port 2 goal Mary High School: Attended Winston Churchill... Played soccer... MVP freshman year.. 1st-Team All-District as a junior and senior.. All-Tournament Team junior year... Most goals scored senior year Club: Played for 91’ Premire Classics Elite of the Classic Elite 2005-09 Other: Favorite athletes are Mia Hamm, David Beckham and Christiano Ranaldo.. Greatest athletic achievement was scoring the winning goal in playoff game versus Bowie her junior year.. Favorite home-cooked meal is mama’s lasagna.. Tries to pretend she can rap 2006: The University of Mobile softball team went 51-2 on the season and won the program’s first-ever NAIA National Championship. Linden Jones was named NAIA Pitcher of the Year. Mayret Perez and Jones were named 1st-Team NAIA All-Americans. 2002: The University of Mobile men’s soccer team went 18-4-1 on the season and defeated Park University 2-1 to win the program’s first NAIA National Championship. Head Coach Peter Fuller was named NAIA Coach of the Year for the 3rd time. 1998: The University of Mobile women’s golf team won the NAIA National Championship. Head Coach Dr. Terry Hopper was named NAIA National Coach of the Year. Fiona Young was named NAIA All-American. 1997: The University of Mobile women’s soccer team went 24-0-0 and won the NAIA National Championship. Lady Rams beat Simon Fraser 2-1 in overtime to claim the title. Championship came one year after losing in the finals in a 5-overtime contest. Uwe Tittl was named NAIA Coach of the Year. 1997: The University of Mobile men’s golf team won the NAIA National Tournament. The Rams fired an 1152 to win by 30 strokes over Huntingdon (AL). The 72-hole tournament took place at the Tulsa Country Club in Tulsa, OK. 1997: The University of Mobile men’s tennis team won its 2nd NAIA National Championship, finishing with 7 more points than AUM. Fernando Ibarrola was named the Ward-Ballinger Outstanding Player and Derrick Racine was named Coach of the Year. 1994: The University of Mobile women’s tennis team went 25-2 and won the NAIA National Championship. Melissa Metcalfe and Anita Pearson won the NAIA Doubles Championship. Anna Moll, Marilla Andrade, Melissa Metcalfe and Anita Pearson named NAIA All-Americans. 1993: The University of Mobile men’s tennis team finished with 28 points to beat out Auburn-Montgomery and North Florida for the NAIA National Championship. Mattias Karlsson and Jacques Theron won the Doubles Championship for Mobile.

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Player Profiles

#14 Brittany Boston

#77 Lorna Brownlie

Position: Forward Class: Freshman

Position: Goalkeeper Class: Junior

Hometown: DeFuniak Springs, FL

Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland

HS: Walton Major: Athletic Training Personal: Daughter of Stephanie and Michael Boston…. Enjoys eating High School: Played soccer under Coach Jaunese Jones and ran track under Coach Larry Geonagen…. Most Improved Player in soccer…. Best Defensive Player… Best All-Around… Most Points Giver in track…. Most Valuable Runner Other: Favorite athlete is Rajon Rondo…. Greatest athletic achievement was winning the Presidential Physical Fitness Award… Favorite home-cooked meal is shrimp alfredo….. Always has cheese in the fridge… Can’t live without her cell phone

HS: Dalziel Major: HPES Personal: Daughter of Hilda and Robert Brownlie... Enjoys MMA, volleyball, skimboarding and snowboarding... Coaching minor.. Attended Jacksonville University for two years High School: Played soccer and volleyball Club: Played for Scotland U13 - U19 National Teams Other: Favorite athletes are Christiano Ronaldo and Ryan Giggs... Greatest athletic achievement was playing for Scotland... Favorite home-cooked meal is a full Scottish breakfast... Favorite TV show is “Scrubs”... Can’t live without her Iphone

#1 Amanda Kohn

#23 Rebekah Counce

Position: Goalkeeper Class: Freshman Hometown: Semmes, AL HS: Mary G. Montgomery Major: Pre-Med

Position: Defender/Midfielder Class: Freshman Hometown: San Antonio, TX

HS: Churchill Major: Marine Biology

Personal: Daughter of Margie and Leland Kohn..... Enjoys soccer, volleyball, photography and reading

Personal: Daughter of Brenda and Jim Counce… Enjoys horse back riding, drawing, swimming, hiking and reading High School: Played four years of soccer and ran track her senior year… Twotime 1st-Team All-District… Three-time Academic All-District… TASCO AllRegion Team… TASCO Senior Showcase MVP Region IV Club: Played for Classics Elite 2004-10… Played for Supras 2001-04 Other: Favorite athlete is Landon Donovan… Greatest athletic achievement was being named MVP in the 2010 Senior Showcase… Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken and broccoli casserole… Can’t live without Ben and Jerry’s coffee heathbar crunch ice cream… Can talk with her mouth closed

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High School: Played varsity soccer and volleyball all four years... Defensive MVP... National Honor Society Club: Played for the U-18 Girls on the Port City Futbol Club Other: Greatest athletic achievement was going to the second round of the playoffs her junior season... Favorite home-cooked meal is cream of chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy.... Always has waffles in her fridge

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Player Profiles

#32 Mary Lippa

#8 Samantha Long

Position: Forward/MF Class: Freshman

Position: Forward Class: Freshman Hometown: Dothan, AL HS: Northview Major: Undecided

Hometown: The Woodlands, TX

HS: The Woodlands Major: Physical Therapy Personal: Daughter of MariAn and Jack Lippa... Enjoys swimming, playing soccer and hanging out with family and friends High School: Played soccer.. MVP as a freshman, sophomore and junior Club: Played for U-18 Nike of the Texas Rush Other: Favorite athlete is David Beckham.. Greatest athletic achievement was finishing 2nd in the State as a senior... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken alfredo... Can burp her ABC’s

Personal: Daughter of Debbie Ingram and Allen Long… Enjoys biking, swimming, sleeping and hanging with friends High School: Played soccer… Dothan Eagle Super 12 2009-10… Played at the North-South All-Star Game… MVP 2009… Most Valuable Offensive Player 2010… Made it to first round of the playoffs in 2009 and second round in 2010 Club: Played for Top of Florida…. Played for Alabama Alliance for two years Other: Favorite athlete is Clint Dempsey... Greatest athletic achievement was beating Auburn in penalty kicks to go to the second round of the playoffs…. Favorite home-cooked meal is steak and potatoes with strawberry shortcake

#26 Tiffany Pettiway

#10 Melissa Maddox

Position: Defender Class: Freshman Hometown: Pensacola, FL HS: J.M. Tate Major: Athletic Training

Position: Forward/MF Class: Freshman Hometown: Auburn, AL HS: Lee-Scott Major: Nursing

Personal: Daughter of Jeannine Olson... Enjoys sports, going to the beach and hanging with family and friends

Personal: Daughter of Macy and Robert Maddox… Enjoys sports, eating, sleeping, music and hanging out with family and friends High School: Played basketball, soccer and ran track… All-Tournament in soccer… All-Tournament as junior and senior for basketball…. AWSA Player of the Year for basketball… Won State Championship in track and soccer Other: Favorite athlete is Olivia Maddox… Greatest athletic achievement was winning 4 State Championships in two years in soccer, track and basketball… Favorite home-cooked meal is dad’s pizza… Can’t live without God, family and chocolate… She is a stretching fanatic

High School: Played volleyball four years, basketball and softball two years and soccer one year Other: Favorite athlete is David Beckham... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak, baked potato and salad... Always has sweet tea in her fridge

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Player Profiles

#2 Madison Rumore

#6 Stefanie Weaver

Position: Defender Class: Junior Hometown: Gilbert, AZ HS: Gilbert Major: Education

Position: Forward Class: Freshman Hometown: Madison, MS HS: Florence & Madison Central Major: Accounting

Personal: Daughter of Karen and Frank Rumore III… Enjoys shopping, eating, sleeping, tubing, movies, hanging out with friends and running Previous College: Attended Chandler-Gilbert CC 2008-10… 2nd-Team AllConference 2008… 1st-Team All-National 2008… Team Captain 2009… 1stTeam All-Conference 2009… Team MVP 2009… 1st-Team All-American 2009

Personal: Daughter of Sheila and Larry Weaver… Enjoys soccer, swimming, softball and eating... Business minor High School: Played fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball and soccer…. Honorable Mention All-State Club: Played for Jackson FC

High School: Played soccer… Rookie of the Year 2005… Defensive Player of the Year 2006… Defensive MVP 2007… 2nd-Team Fiesta Region 2005… 1stTeam Fiesta Region 2006-07… Team Captain 2007… 1st-Team 5A AZ Republic 2007… 1st-Team All-Arizona 2007… State Runner-Up 2007

Other: Favorite athlete is Jennie Finch… Greatest athletic achievement was winning back-to-back State Championships… Favorite home-cooked meal is pork chops, green beans and macaroni and cheese… Can’t live without her toothbrush

Join The Ram Club!!! The University of Mobile currently competes in 13 sports as a member of the SSAC and NAIA, and would appreciate your support. Join the Ram Club and help support our student-athletes as we seek to keep up in the competitive environment of collegiate athletics Join by visiting the University of Mobile Web Site: http://www.umobile.edu/athletics.aspx

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2010 Opponents

Auburn Montgomery

Belhaven University

Bethel University

Brenau University

Location............ Montgomery, AL Enrollment............................. 5555 Affiliation............................. NAIA Conference........................... SSAC Nickname......................... Senators Colors...... Orange, White & Black 2009 Record........................ 15-5-2 Head Coach....... Jamey Newsome Record at School.............. 1st Year Overall Record................. 1st Year

Location..................... Jackson, MS Enrollment............................. 2951 Affiliation............................. NAIA Conference........................... SSAC Nickname........................... Blazers Colors..................... Green & Gold 2009 Record........................... 7-7-3 Head Coach........... Josue Sabillon Record at School............... 18-14-4 Overall Record.................. 18-14-4

Location................. McKenzie, TN Enrollment............................. 1800 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference................... TranSouth Nickname......................... Wildcats Colors.......... Vegas Gold & Purple 2009 Record........................... 6-6-5 Head Coach................ Misty Aird Record at School......................N/A Overall Record.........................N/A

Location............... Gainesville, GA Enrollment............................. 2000 Affiliation............................. NAIA Conference........................... SSAC Nickname.............. Golden Tigers Colors...................... Black & Gold 2009 Record.......................... 9-7-2 Head Coach.. Mike Lochstampfor Record at School............. 59-52-10 Overall Record.........................N/A

Embry-Riddle University

Faulkner University

Location......... Daytona Beach, FL Enrollment............................. 4358 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference.. The Sun Conference Nickname............................. Eagles Colors.............. Royal Blue & Gold 2009 Record............................ 14-6 Record at School................. 29-26 Overall Record..................... 29-26

Location............ Montgomery, AL Enrollment............................. 3200 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference........................... SSAC Nickname............................ Eagles Colors.. Royal Blue, Black & Gray 2009 Record.......................... 11-7 Head Coach................ Jeff Ireland Record at School......................N/A Overall Record.........................N/A

Location................. Cleveland, TN Enrollment............................. 4262 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference............................ SSAC Nickname.................. Lady Flames Colors................ Maroon & White 2009 Record........................ 21-2-1 Head Coach................ Matt Yelton Record at School............. 157-29-5 Overall Record.............. 211-69-10

Location...................... Pulaski, TN Enrollment................................ 912 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference................... TranSouth Nickname..................... RedHawks Colors....................... Red & White 2009 Record........................ 16-3-2 Head Coach............ Gerry Cleary Record at School............. 124-23-8 Overall Record................ 124-23-8

Northwood University

Northwood University

Reinhardt University

Shorter University

Location..... West Palm Beach, FL Enrollment............................... 600 Affiliation............................. NAIA Conference.. The Sun Conference Nickname....................... Seahawks Colors.. Navy, Columbia Blue & White 2009 Record............................. 7-3 Head Coach.................. Ty Brewer Record at School.................... 51-9 Overall Record....................... 51-9

Location................ Cedar Hill, TX Enrollment............................ 1,000 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference.......................... RRAC Nickname.......................... Knights Colors... Royal Blue, White & Red 2009 Record............................ 11-5 Head Coach............... Tyler Powell Record at School.................... 11-5 Overall Record.........................N/A

Location.................... Waleska, GA Enrollment............................ 1123 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference............................ AAC Nickname................... Lady Eagles Colors.............. Navy Blue & Gold 2009 Record.......................... 5-9-2 Head Coach............ Andy Kaplan Record at School......................N/A Overall Record.........................N/A

Location........................ Rome, GA Enrollment............................. 2900 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference............................ SSAC Nickname............................ Hawks Colors............ Royal Blue & White 2009 Record........................... 8-9-2 Head Coach.............. Josh Severns Record at School.............. 32-37-5 Overall Record.................. 32-37-5

Head Coach.. Samantha Baggett Bohon

Lee University

University of Mobile

Martin Methodist

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Spring Hill College Location....................... Mobile, AL Enrollment............................. 1200 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................... Badgers Colors................... Purple & White 2009 Record........................... 8-9-1 Head Coach.... Christian DeVries Record at School............... 1st Year Overall Record........... 142-127-16

West Florida Location.................. Pensacola, FL Enrollment........................... 11200 Affiliation........................ NCAA II Conference.................. Gulf South Nickname..................... Argonauts Colors. Royal Blue & Kelly Green 2009 Record....................... 22-0-1 Head Coach............ Joe Bartlinski Record at School............. 150-21-9 Overall Record................ 150-21-9

William Carey University Location.............. Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment............................. 3250 Affiliation.............................. NAIA Conference............................ SSAC Nickname...................... Crusaders Colors............ Red, Black & White 2009 Record........................ 20-2-1 Head Coach........... Danny Owens Record at School.............. 70-23-4 Overall Record................. 70-23-4

Aim of the SSAC - To promote the development of athletics as an integral part of the educational offerings of member institutions by means of democratic participation at the conference level. This aim shall be accomplished by means of the functioning of committees composed of representatives of those institutions which subscribe to and support athletic programs that shall culminate in truly democratic conference championship competition. The SSAC seeks membership only from accredited institutions that support this aim. The primary criteria for selection and encouragement of membership shall be educational emphasis. Goals for its SSAC Member Institutions to Achieve Its Aim * Ensure that intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the total educational offering, under the control of those responsible for the administration of the institution. * Maintain high ethical standards through commitment to the principle of self-reporting. * Evaluate the athletics program in terms of the educational purpose of the institution. * Engage in competition with other institutions having similar athletic and academic philosophies and policies, while respecting the diversity that can exist in a conference setting and among its member institutions. Conference Incorporation - The SSAC is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, or scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distribution to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law). Conference Name Change - The SSAC was incorporated under the name Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference, Inc. on the 16th day of March, 1999 and renamed the Southern States Athletic Conference, Inc. on the 27th day of June, 2005. All other provisions of the Articles of Incorporation for the Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference, Inc (now the Southern States Athletic Conference, Inc.) remained in effect.

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All-Time Honors NAIA All-Americans 1994

Kellie Mitchell*, Irina Teneva

1995

Irina Teneva*, Solveig Baadsvik, Pam Byrne

1996

Nina Wathne*, Nina Ellingsen*, Pam Byrne*, Sara Krupa, Therese Lewis

1997

Astrid Vierdal*, Christina Werner*, Nina Wathne*, Jackie Law*, Sara Krupa, Katherine Sund, Lindsay Grant, Vanessa Sims

1998

Jackie Law*, Carmie Landeen*, Danielle Small*, Tracy Mulligan*, Lindsay Grant, Hedda Houghland, Vanessa Sims, Tina Froberg

2000

Ane Stangeland*, Alissa Leffler, Elizabeth McGowan, Silje Lunde, Tammie Thornton

2001

Nadine McCorry

2002

Allison Miller

2003

Rose Clemensen

2006

Rose Clemensen, Kelly Baltieri, Terri McCreadie

2008

Terri McCreadie, Anna Maddox

2009

Anna Maddox, Missy Stovall NAIA Scholar-Athletes

1994

Irina Teneva

1996

Martha Olson, Vanessa Sims

1997

Vanessa Sims

1998

Vanessa Sims

2000

Jolene Flynn Stoots

2001

Helen Funes

2003

Allison Miller

2004

Heather Person, Giselle Thomas

2005

Inga Johannesdotir

Allison Miller

Danielle Small

Elizabeth McGowan

Hedda Houghland

Jackie Law

Tina Froberg

Tracy Mulligan

Anna Maddox

Terri McCreadie

Kelly Baltieri

Missy Stovall

Rose Clemensen

NAIA All-Tournament Team 1996

Nina Ellingsen, Sara Krupa, Nina Wathne

1997

Kathrine Sund, Astrid Vierdal, Jackie Law, Courtney Miles, Nina Wathne

1998

Danielle Small, Jackie Law, Carmie Landeen

Nina Wathne

University of Mobile

Pam Byrne

Irina Teneva

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2009 Stats No

Player

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

G/SH

SH

SOG

SOG/SH

YC

RC

GW

Blocks

PKM

2

Payne, Jade

18

1

0

1

1

0.000

2

1

0.500

0

0

0

0

0

PKA 0

3

Payne, Jazlyn

21

20

0

2

2

0.000

2

1

0.500

1

0

0

1

0

0

4

Lee, Ashton

3

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Maddox, Olivia

21

19

1

0

2

0.111

9

2

0.222

1

0

1

0

0

0

7

Stovall, Missy

21

21

17

2

36

0.293

58

31

0.534

1

0

2

0

2

2

9

Edgar, Cheryl

6

1

0

0

0

0.000

1

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

Grippa, Bekah

20

12

1

0

2

0.143

7

3

0.429

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

Byrd, Danielle

20

19

0

0

0

0.000

6

2

0.333

0

0

0

1

0

0

12

Lavender, Courtney

3

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

13

Arseneault, Louise

20

20

0

2

2

0.000

10

6

0.600

1

1

0

2

0

0

14

Werdung, Allison

5

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

Maddox, Anna

21

21

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

1

0

0

0

0

16

McCreadie, Terri

21

21

3

5

11

0.071

42

18

0.429

0

0

1

1

0

0

17

Ruff, Kelsie

19

2

0

1

1

0.000

7

6

0.857

0

0

0

0

0

0

18

Ruff, Kassie

20

9

2

0

4

0.071

28

14

0.500

0

0

1

0

0

0

19

Simmons, Brianna

21

20

4

1

9

0.082

49

20

0.408

0

0

2

0

0

0

21

Mims, Casey

3

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

22

Lachappelle, Ashley

21

21

1

2

4

0.100

10

6

0.600

2

0

1

6

0

0

23

Lachappelle, Christy

21

21

7

8

22

0.123

57

33

0.579

0

0

2

0

0

0 0

24

Bird, Samantha

4

2

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

25

Davis, Elisabeth

17

1

0

0

0

0.000

3

1

0.333

1

0

0

0

0

0

27

Jones, Kalia

3

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0

No

Player

GP

GS

Min

GA

GAAvg

SV

Pct

W

L

T

SHO

15

Maddox, Anna

18

19

1639:29

29

1.592

99

0.773

9

9

0

5.00

24

Bird, Samantha

4

3

298:52

3

0.903

13

0.813

1

0

1

1.00

2009 Results

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Date

Opponent

H/A

Score

W/L

8/28/2009

Brenau University

H

2-2

T

8/29/2009

Warner University

N

4-0

W

9/4/2009

Warner Pacific College

H

2-0

W

9/7/2009

Martin Methodist College

H

1-2

L

9/11/2009

Nova Southeastern

H

2-0

W

9/16/2009

West Florida

A

0-7

L

9/19/2009

Auburn Univ Montgomery

A

1-2

L

9/25/2009

Oklahoma City Univ

N

1-2

L

9/26/2009

Azusa Pacific Univ

N

1-2

L

10/5/2009

Reinhardt Univ

A

5-1

W

10/11/2009

LSU-Shreveport *

A

3-1

W

10/12/2009

Northwood University TX

A

2-3

L

10/17/2009

Covenant College

H

3-1

W

10/20/2009

Belhaven University *

A

1-2

L

10/27/2009

Spring Hill College *

H

1-0

W

10/31/2009

William Carey University *

H

1-2

L

11/5/2009

Belhaven University

A

1-0

W

11/7/2009

William Carey University

A

0-2

L

11/10/2009

College of Saint Mary

H

4-1

W

11/11/2009

Carroll College

N

1-0

W

11/13/2009

William Carey University

H

0-2

L

University of Mobile

2009 Review The University of Mobile women’s soccer team went 10-10-1 in the third season under Head Coach Brian Person in 2009, and finished one game shy of qualifying for the NAIA National Tournament.

Lady Rams were not far from reaching their potential, as five of the six losses were by only one goal, including a 2-1 loss in the final seconds to Top-5 Azusa Pacific and a 2-1 overtime loss to Belhaven.

“We’ve improved each of the past two years, and came very close to achieving our goal last year, which has laid a foundation for our future success,” Person said.

“That mid-season stretch was disappointing after our solid start, and it was tough being so close in so many big games,” Person said. “It just came down to missing some makeable goals and having defensive breakdowns at the wrong time.”

The Lady Rams started the year with a 3-1-1 mark, dropping only a 2-1 decision to perennial power Martin Methodist in overtime. They blanked Warner University, Warner Pacific and Nova Southeastern in the stretch.

From there, the Lady Rams closed out the regular season by splitting a pair of onegoal conference games, beating Spring Hill and falling to William Carey.

“Our season started off on a high note, but it could’ve been better,” Person said. “Our defense was very solid, but we should’ve won our opener and had a chance to make a statement versus Martin Methodist.”

At the GCAC Tournament, Mobile exacted revenge by eliminating Belhaven 1-0 to set up a finals showdown with William Carey. In the game, the Lady Crusaders’ defense proved to be too strong as Mobile fell 2-0.

Following a 2-0 win over Nova Southeastern, Mobile struggled to a 3-6 mark over the next nine contests.

“William Carey is always a tough team and we usually play them close,” Person said. “We had our chances, but their defense turned us away, and they kept the pressure on offensively.”

They lost four-straight to West Florida, AUM, Oklahoma City and Azusa Pacific to start the stumble, and then won three of the next five, dropping winnable games to Northwood and Belhaven. Despite the 3-6 record in the stretch, the

Due to the GCAC not having enough teams to officially qualify as a conference, the season was not over for Mobile. Instead, the Lady Rams went to Dallas, Texas for the NAIA Unaffiliated Champi-

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onship to try and earn a berth in the NAIA National Tournament. Mobile got past College of Saint Mary 4-1 and blanked Carroll College 1-0 to set up another showdown with William Carey for another championship. The game was another heart breaker for the Lady Rams, as they fell 2-0. William Carey struck for a 1-0 lead just minutes into action, and soon after, Mobile picked up a red card and was forced to play a man down. “At the beginning of the year, one of your goals is always to put yourself in position to make the National Tournament, and we did that,” Person said. “We faced a lot of early adversity versus William Carey and our girls put up a great fight, but we just could not pull it out.” Several Lady Rams were rewarded for the play on the field. Anna Maddox and Missy Stovall were named NAIA All-Americans, while they were joined as 1st-Team AllConference selections by Christy Lachappelle, Ashley Lachappelle and Terri McCreadie. Olivia Maddox and Danielle Byrd were named 2nd-Team All-Conference.

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2009 UM Review Baseball: The Rams finished the season 20-34 overall and 13-21 in GCAC action. Season ended on day two of the GCAC Tournament versus Belhaven. Men’s Basketball: Rams finished 17-11 overall and 10-8 in GCAC play. Season ended with a four-over time loss to William Carey in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Ji Kimbrough was named GCAC Freshman of the Year, and was joined as a 1stTeam All-Conference member by Donte Walker. Defeated NCAA I Louisiana-Lafayette 68-64 on Nov. 24. Women’s Basketball: Lady Rams finished the year 17-12 overall and 9-9 in conference. Season ended at Loyola in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Alice Honnery was named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Set single-game blocks record with 12 and singleseason record with 135. Men’s Cross Country: UM men finished 5th at the GCAC Championship Meet. Josh Stodghill and Kaleb Heffner named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes. Women’s Cross Country: Lady Rams finished 6th at the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship Meet. Men’s Golf: Jacob Morgan won the 2010 individual GCAC Championship. Rams finished 2nd as a team. Season ended with a 4th-place finish at the NAIA Unaffiliated Play-In Round. Women’s Golf: Maegan Rice was named 1st-Team NAIA All-American and qualified for the NAIA National Tournament for the 4th-straight year. Taylor Lee was named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Rice finished 17th at nationals. She won the NAIA Unaffiliated Qualifier. Men’s Soccer: The Rams finished the year 9-11 and 3-2. Chris Dillon was named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Mobile qualified for nationals and fell 0-2 at Embry-Riddle in the Opening Round. Rams beat William Carey for the GCAC Championship and defeated Asbury College for the NAIA Unaffiliated Championship. Jason Williams, Dillon and Onesimus Ikungo were named All-GCAC. Women’s Soccer: The Lady Rams finished 10-10-1 and 2-2. Missy Stovall and Anna Maddox named Honorable Mention NAIA All-Americans. Season ended versus William Carey in the NAIA Unaffiliated championship game. Maddox, Stovall, Christy Lachappelle, Terri McCreadie and Ashley Lachappelle named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Olivia Maddox and Danielle Byrd named 2nd-Team All-GCAC. Softball: Finished 34-19 and 11-5. Eliminated by William Carey in the GCAC Tournament. Leslie Pickette, Kirstyn Joiner and Victoria Buie named All-GCAC. Men’s Tennis: Finished 10-6 and 6-4. Earned host bid to the NAIA National Tournament and fell in the 1st-Round 0-6 to Point Loma Nazarene. Jesus Urmeneta named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Women’s Tennis: Finished 17-6 and 10-4. Earned host bid to the National Tournament and fell 4-5 to Lewis-Clark State. Rachel Hartley and Jordin Wiggins named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Rachel Hartley, Claudia Borges and Nancey Machen named All-GCAC. Volleyball: Finished 26-13 and 10-0. Won the GCAC Championship and advanced to NAIA National Tournament. Defeated SCAD in NAIA Opening Round Match. Whitney Knight named 3rd-Team NAIA All-American and Paula Stilkey named Honorable Mention All-American. Knight also named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete and GCAC Player of the Year. Knight, Stilkey, Melody Tenney, Sarah Scott, Cassy Johnson and Blaire Fowler named 1st-Team All-GCAC. Jon Campbell named GCAC Coach of the Year.

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Yearly Recap 2008: Finished 6-8-4 overall and 3-3-2 in GCAC action. Season ended in the GCAC Semifinals with a 1-0 loss versus Belhaven. Terri McCreadie and Anna Maddox were named Honorable Mention NAIA All-Americans. McCreadie was named GCAC Player of the Year, while Maddox was named GCAC Defensive Player of the Year. Emma Murphy, Aislinn Finfrock, Danielle Byrd and Louise Arseneault were named 2nd-Team All-GCAC. 2007: Finished 3-12-2 in Brian Person’s first season as head coach 2006: Finished 14-6 overall and finished 2nd in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference. Kelly Baltieri was named GCAC Player of the Year, while Rose Clemensen was named GCAC Defensive Player of the Year. Terri McCreadie joined them on the All-Conference 1st team, while Sunniva Haaland earned 2nd team honors. 2005: Finished the season with a 12-4-2 overall record. Won the regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship for the second straight year with a 4-0 mark. They also defeated LSU-Shreveport in the GCAC Tournament Championship game. The Lady Rams fell in the semi-finals at the Region XIII Tournament. 2004: Finished the season with a 12-3-1 overall record. Won the regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship for the first time since 2000. Lost in the first round of the Region XIII Tournament. Heather Person and Giselle Thomas were each named NAIA All-American Scholar-Athletes. 2003: Finished the season with an 8-10 overall record. Lost in semifinals of Region XIII Tournament to Auburn-Montgomery, 3-0. Allison Miller named NAIA AllAmerican Scholar-Athlete. Rose Clemensen was named Honorable Mention All-American. 2002: Finished the season with a 4-12 overall record. 2001: Finished the season with a 4-11-1 overall record. 2000: NAIA National Championship Tournament appearance (lost in first round). GCAC Champions and Region XIII Champions. Final season record was 16-5. Uwe Tittl named GCAC and Region XIII coach of the year. Ane Stangeland named first-team All-American and Region XIII player of the year. Alissa Leffler named second-team All-American. Elizabeth McGowan named third-team All-American. Silje Lunde and Tammie Thornton named honorable mention All-American. 1999: Final season record was 10-12. Advanced to Regional Semi-Finals. 1998: Host of the 1998 NAIA National Championship Tournament. Third place in the NAIA National Championship Tournament. National Ranking of #1 from start to finish. Final season record was 22-0-1. Jacki Law, Carmie Landeen, Danielle Small and Tracy Mulligan named NAIA 1st Team All-Americans. Lindsay Grant and Hedda Houghland named NAIA 2nd Team All-Americans. Vanessa Sims and Tina Froberg named NAIA 3rd Team All-Americans. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach of the Year and NSCAA Southwest Coach of the Year. 1997: UNDEFEATED NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Final season record was 24-0-0. Sara Krupa, Christina Werner, Vanessa Sims, Lindsay Grant, Becky Beard, Jackie Law, Katherine Sund, Nina Wathne, Courtney Miles, Sharon Lewis, and Astrid Vierdal named All-GCAC. Abby Jones named All-GCAC honorable mention. Astrid Vierdal named GCAC defensive player of the year. Lindsay Grant named GCAC Offensive Player Of The Year. Nina Wathne named GCAC Most Valuable Player. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach of the Year and NAIA Southwest Region Coach of the Year. Astrid Vierdal, Christina Werner, Nina Wathne, and Jackie Law named NAIA/UMBRO/NSCAA All Americans First Team. Sara Krupa, Katherine Sund, and Lindsay Grant named Second Team All-Americans. Vanessa Sims named Third Team All-American. Astrid Vierdal, Nina Wathne, Courtney Sells, and Jackie Law named to NAIA National All-Tournament Team. Jackie Law named NAIA National Tournament MVP. Nina Wathne named NAIA Player Of The Year. Uwe Tittl named NAIA National Coach of the Year and NSCAA National Coach of the Year. 1996: Final season record was 20-4. GCAC Champions. 2nd at NAIA National Championships. Sara Krupa, Vanessa Sims, Ashley Haas, Becky Beard, Christy Cox, Pam Byrne, Therese Lewis, Nina Wathne and Nina Ellingsen named to All-GCAC Team. Pam Byrne named GCAC Defensive Player Of The Year. Nina Ellingsen named GCAC Offensive Player Of The Year. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach Of The Year. Nina Wathne, Nina Ellingsen, and Pam Byrne named NAIA First Team All-Americans. Sara Krupa named NAIA Second Team All-American. Therese Lewis named NAIA Third Team All-American. Vanessa Sims and Martha Olson named NAIA Academic All-Americans. 1995: Final season record was 15-8. GCAC Champions. Pam Byrne, Therese Lewis, Solveig Baadsvik, Becky Beard and Christy Cox named All-GCAC first team. Jenny Santowski and Cheryl Moore named to GCAC second team. Irina Teneva GCAC Offensive player of the year. Irina Teneva, Solveig Baadsvik, Pam Byrne named to NAIA Southwest regional team. Irina Teneva named First Team All-American. Solveig Baadsvik and Pam Byrne named to NAIA honorable mention for All-American team. Irina Teneva named NAIA Academic All-American. 1994: Final season record was 13-6-0. Third place at Regional Tournament. Second place in Sub-Regional. Kellie Mitchell and Irina Teneva named All-American. Kellie Mitchell, Vanessa Sims, Irina Teneva and Leslie Vincent named Scholar Athletes. Irina Teneva named Academic All-American. 1993: Final season record was 18-2-1. District 30 Champions. Kellie Mitchell, Pam Byrne, Nicole Lamia, Kelly Watson, Nicole Harridine, and Irina Teneva named to the District 30 First Team. Kellie Mitchell named District 30 Player of the Year. Uwe Tittl named District 30 Coach of the Year. 1992: Inaugural Season. Final season record was 5-7-2. Kellie Mitchell, Irina Teneva, and Kathleen O’Callagan named to the women’s NAIA District 30 and GCAC Teams. Kellie Mitchell named District 30 Player of the Year.

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Yearly Results 1992 Unviersity of West Florida Huntingdon College LaGrange College Louisianna State University William Carey College Lambuth College St. Edwards University Southern Mississippi Louisianna State University Huntingdon College University of West Florida William Carey College LaGrange College Southern Mississippi

L L W T L W L W W L L L W T

1993 Spring Hill College University of West Florida Auburn University Union University Lambuth College Huntingdon College Loyola University LaGrange College Loyola University University of West Florida William Carey College Christian Brothers College West Virgina Weslyan California University of PA University of Charleston Spring Hill College Huntingdon College Piedmont College LaGrange College

W W T W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W

1994 Auburn University Spring Hill College Mercer County College Georgian Court College University of Alabama Lynn University University of West Florida Piedmont College Loyola University Spring Hill College Huntingdon College William Carey College Incarnate Word College St. Edwards University Lee College Lindsey Wilson College Huntingdon College William Carey College

L W W L W L W W W W W L W W W W W L

1995 University of Mississippi L Mississippi State L Birmingham Southern College W Piedmont College W

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University of West Florida Loyola University University of Montevallo Huntingdon College Incarnate Word College William Carey College St. Edwards University Spring Hill College University of Montevallo Lindsey Wilson College University of West Florida Midway College Georgian Court College North Greenville College Brewton Parker College

W W W W W L W W W L W L L W L

1996 Covenant College W Bryan College W Missouri Baptist W Belhaven College W Midwestern State W Midway College W Loyola University W Huntingdon College W William Carey College W University of West Florida W Spring Hill College W Georgian Court College W Berry College W Westmont College L U.S. International University L Birmingham Southern College L 1997 Mount Saint Clare W Belhaven College W Birmingham Southern College W Loyola University W Mississippi Baptist W Midway College W Berry College W Azusa Pacific W Friends W Spring Hill College W William Carey College W Incarnate Word College W Southern Mississippi W Covenant College W Huntingdon College W University of West Florida W Belhaven College W William Carey College W Southern Nazarene W Oklahoma City W Transylvania W Brewton Parker College W Berry College W Simon Frazier W 1998 Berry College

W

St. Thomas W Bethel College W Newman W Brewton Parker College W Spring Hill College W Piedmont College W Southern Mississippi W William Carey College W Loyola University W Louisianna College W Birmingham Southern College W Huron W Missouri Baptist W Huntingdon College W Northwood W Spring Hill College W William Carey College W Dallas Baptist W Incarnate Word College W Dominican W Transylvania W Azusa Pacific W 2000 DOAN W University of West Florida L St. Thomas W Rollins W William Carey University W Birmingham Southern College L Thomas University W Auburn Montgomery W North Georgia University W Spring Hill College W Huntingdon College W Lindsey Wilson College L George Town W Loyola University W Brevard W Belhaven College L Thomas University W William Carey College W Auburn Montgomery W William Carey College W St. Mary’s L 2003 Brescia University Midway College Spring Hill College Nicholls State University Huntingdon College Lambuth College Bethel College Spring Hill College Thomas University William Carey College Saint Francis University University of North Alabama North Georgia University Belhaven College Covenant College

University of Mobile

L W W L W L L L L L L W W W L

Loyola University Springhill College Auburn Montgomery

W W L

2004 UT, Perma Basin Missouri Baptist Loyola University William Carey College Belhaven College Thomas University Faulkner University Webber International Belhaven College Spring Hill College Loyola University Tulane University Tennessee Wesleyan Spring Hill College William Carey College Lee University

W T W W L W W W W W W L W W W L

2005 Covenant College W Berry College L Bethel College W Northwestern Oklahoma State W Milligan College W Martin Methodist College W William Carey College W Baker College T Missouri Baptist W Embry Riddle College L SCAD W Belhaven College W LSU-Shreveport W Spring Hill College W Spring Hill College W LSU-Shreveport W LSU-Shreveport W 2006 Indiana Wesleyan College St. Francis Cumberland Martin Methodist College Loyola University Spring Hill College Auburn Montgomery Reinhardt College William Carey University Loyola University Milligan College Belhaven College William Carey University LSU-Shreveport Covenant College Belhaven College LSU-Shreveport Spring Hill College LSU- Shreveport Lee University

L W W L W W W W W W W L L W W W L W W L

All-Time Records 2007 Martin Methodist College Reinhardt College Roberts Wesleyan College Houghton College Covenant College Lindsey Wilson College University of West Florida Auburn Montgomery Spring Hill College LSU-Shreveport William Carey University Belhaven College Spring Hill College William Carey University LSU-Shreveport Belhaven College William Carey University

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2008 Texas College Montevallo Martin Methodist Brenau University Vanguard University TN Wesleyan West Florida Reinhardt College Auburn Montgomery Spring Hill College LSU Shreveport Belhaven College LSU Shreveport William Carey Spring Hill College William Carey Belhaven College Belhaven College

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All-Time Records Goals Career Irina Teneva (92-95) *Jacqueline Law (96-00) Lindsey Grant (96-98) Nina Wathne (96-97) Hege Aske (04-05) Kellie Mitchell (92-94) Kelly Baltieri (03-06)

88 78 47 39 39 34 34

Single-Season Irina Teneva (95) Jacqueline Law (97) Irina Teneva (93) Jacqueline Law (98) Hege Aske (05) Lindsey Grant (97) Lindsey Grant (98) Nina Wathne (97) Missy Stovall (09) Kellie Mitchell (92) Rose Clemensen (03) Alissa Leffler (00) Hege Aske (04) Terri McCreadie (06) Tammy Thornton (00)

38 35 31 27 24 23 19 19 17 17 16 16 15 15 15

Single-Game Kellie Mitchell 9/23/93 (Loyola) Irina Teneva 9/7/95 (Bham Southern) Irina Teneva 10/20/95 (Greenville) Carmie Landeen 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll) Terri McCreadie 9/20/08 (TN Wesleyan) Kellie Mitchell 10/2/92 (Lambuth) Irina Teneva 10/15/92 (3 Times) Hedda Haugland 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll) Hege Aske (2 Times)

Single-Season Irina Teneva (95) Jacqueline Law (97) Irina Teneva (93) Nina Wathne (97)

59 55 53

Single-Game Carmie Landeen 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll) 12 Hedda Houghland 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll)12 Irina Teneva (2 Times) 11 Irina Teneva (2 Times) 10 Kellie Mitchell 9/23/93 (Loyola) 10 Hege Aske 9/27/05 (William Carey) 10 6 With 9 points

5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

Assists Career Irina Teneva (92-95) Lindsey Grant (96-98) *Jacqueline Law (96-00) Nina Wathne (96-97) Therese Lewis (94-96) Kelly Baltieri (03-06)

49 34 32 24 21 19

Single-Season Nina Wathne (97) Irina Teneva (93) Therese Lewis (95) Jacqueline Law (97) Irina Teneva (95) Lindsey Grant (98) Lindsey Grant (97)

24 24 18 17 15 15 13

Single-Game Irina Teneva 9/23/93 (Loyola) Solveig Baadsvik 9/7/95 (Bham Southern) Ashley South 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll) Hedda Houghland 9/26/98 (Louisiana Coll)

5 5 4 4

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Points Career Irina Teneva (92-95) *Jacqueline Law (96-00) Lindsey Grant (96-98) Nina Wathne (96-97) Hege Aske (04-05) Kelly Baltieri (03-06) Kellie Mitchell (92-94)

Lindsey Grant (97) Hege Aske (05) Lindsey Grant (98)

225 188 128 102 92 87 79 91 87 86 62

Goal Keeping Single-Season Saves Sara Cabaniss (2000) Gretchen Walker (1992) Susanne Klungtveit (2007) Anna Maddox (09) Sara Krupa (96) Sara Cabaniss (03) Single-Season Shutouts Anna Ball (98) Sara Krupa (97) Sara Krupa (96)* Alice Gard (93) Inga Johannesdottir (04)

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2010 University of Mobile Women's Soccer Guide