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Welcome From Dear TCU Recruits and Fans,

Hello from Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. It is amazing to think that I have already been here for four years. Many times, people ask me what drove me to TCU and, obviously, it is impossible to answer that question in only a few words, but I can tell you that the opportunity for developing champions in life, as well as on the field, is as good at TCU as anywhere in the country. Over the past four years our women's soccer student-athletes have continued to raise the bar for this program in every avenue. On the field, we have consistently moved forward each year. Last season we went 14-4-2, were ranked in every national poll during the season and came within an overtime goal of qualifying for the NCAA College Cup.

In the classroom our team has received NSCAA Academic All-America Team honors the past three years, while boasting a team GPA of 3.3. In the community, the team has been involved as mentors in the classroom and participated in too many charitable endeavors to list individually. With that foundation for success, I am excited about the immediate future for TCU Soccer. I am honored to be surrounded by a group of young women who have committed themselves to a vision of excellence and a staff committed to helping them rise to that level. TCU is truly one of the most unique and vibrant universities in the country and we are excited to be a part of the excellence known as TCU! We look forward to seeing all of you this fall on the pitch and continuing the tradition of excellence we have started.

Go Frogs,

Dan Abdalla

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Location ________________________________________Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment ________________________________________________8,865 Founded __________________________________________________1873 Nickname __________________________________________Horned Frogs Colors __________________________________________Purple and White Conference ________________________________________Mountain West Chancellor ________________________________________Victor J. Boschini A.D. ____________________________________________Daniel B. Morrison SWA ________________________________________________Kim Johnson Home Facility______________________________Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium Capacity __________________________________________________1,500

SOCCER QUICK FACTS

Head Coach ______________________________Dan Abdalla (fifth season) Alma Mater __________________________________________UNLV, 1997 Career Record______________________________88-72-14 (10th season) Record At TCU ______________________________34-34-6 (5th season)

Office Phone __________________________________(817) 257-7096 Office Fax____________________________________(817) 257-6696 E-mail ____________________________________d.abdalla@tcu.edu

Assoc. Head Coach __________________________________Mark Plakorus

Office Phone __________________________________(817) 257-7647 E-mail __________________________________m.plakorus@tcu.edu

Asst. Coach ________________________________________Michelle Royal

Office Phone __________________________________(817) 257-6680 E-mail______________________________________m.royal@tcu.edu Athletic Trainer ________________________________________Lauren Crawford

Office Phone __________________________________(817) 257-5399 E-mail____________________________________l.crawford@tcu.edu

Media Relations Contact ________________________________Matt Hoover Office Phone______________________________________(817) 257-5299 Fax ____________________________________________(817) 257-7964 Cell Phone ______________________________________ (817) 343-9914 E-mail ________________________________________m.hoover@tcu.edu All-Time Record ________________________________________185-223-29 First Season ________________________________________________1986 NCAA Appearances __________________________________________None MWC Championships ________________________________________None 2008 Record ______________________________________________14-4-2 MWC Record ______________________________________________4-2-1 MWC Finish __________________________________________________3rd Letterwinners R/L ____________________________________________22/5 Starters R/L ________________________________________________10/1 Newcomers ____________________________________________________9

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Date 08/21/09 08/25/09 08/28/09 08/30/09 09/04/09 09/06/09 09/11/09 09/13/09 09/18/09 09/20/09 09/25/09 09/27/09 10/03/09 10/08/09 10/10/09 10/15/09 10/17/09 10/23/09 10/30/09 11/04/09 11/05/09 11/07/09

Opponent at Texas Mexico National Team vs. UTSA vs. Houston Baptist vs. Texas Tech at Rice at Colorado College vs. Denver vs. Weber State vs. Alabama vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Texas Woman's at New Mexico vs. Air Force vs. Wyoming at Utah at BYU at UNLV vs. San Diego State MWC Championships ^ MWC Championships ^ MWC Championships ^

^ Mountain West Conference Championships in Provo, Utah

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Time 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 1:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 6:00 p.m. CT 4:00 p.m. MT 12:00 p.m. MT 5:00 p.m. CT 11:00 a.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 1:00 p.m. CT 5:00 p.m. MT 11:30 a.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. MT 7:00 p.m. MT 7:00 p.m. PT 7:00 p.m. CT TBA TBA TBA

TABLE OF CONTENTS THIS IS TCU SOCCER

The TCU Program Community Academics A Mountain West Conference Program Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium TCU Facilities Texas Christian University Fort Worth/Metroplex

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Player Biographies Pronunciation Guide

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Roster Breakdown 2009 Preview 2009 Opponents The Mountain West Conference

2009 PREVIEW

2009 BIOGRAPHIES

Head Coach Dan Abdalla Assistant Coaches Support Staff TCU Chancellor Athletics Director/Administration

2009 COACHES/SUPPORT STAFF

2008 Season Review TCU Soccer History

The 2008 Season Review TCU Womenʼs Soccer History TCU Womenʼs Soccer All-Time Honors TCU Womenʼs Soccer All-Time Letters Year-By-Year Results All-Time Schedule All-Time Greats

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Media Information Compliance Media Relations GoFrogs.com

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EDITORIAL: The 2009 TCU Womenʼs Soccer Media Guide is a publication of the TCU Media Relations Department. The guide was written, edited and designed by Matt Hoover, Coordinator of Media Relations. Cover design by Matt Hoover. Editorial contributions by Dan Abdalla, Mark Plakorus and TCU media relations staff. Special thanks to past and current media relations staffs, Ben Biefnes, Jackie Torda, Chase Iles and the TCU Womenʼs Soccer Staff for their help in the compilation of material.

M EDIA GUIDE CREDITS

PHOTOGRAPHY: Linda Kaye, Scott Bjornlie, Anthony Vasser, Michael Clements, Jaren Wilkey, Ron Jones, Justin Borns, Gervaise McCraw of The Sporting Image, Lee OʼConnor, Jack Lawit, Mark Shearman, Daniel Vammen, C.W. Pack Sports and the Fort Worth Convention & Visitorʼs Bureau. PRINTING: Cockrell Printing, Fort Worth, Texas

The 2009 TCU Womenʼs Soccer Media Guide may be purchased at the TCU Athletics Ticket office for $10 (please add $3 for shipping and handling).

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Life Development | Player Development | Family Environment | TCU Commitment | Total Team Effort Under head coach Dan Abdalla, TCU student-athletes leave Fort Worth with not only a more complete game, but striving for excellence in every facet of life.

DEVELOPING CHAMPIONS I N LIFE

When you break down the TCU womenʼs soccer program there are five keys that the program represents: life development, player development, a family environment, a total team effort and TCUʼs commitment toward excellence. In 2008 alone, TCU was once again honored as one of the premier academic programs in the nation. For the third-consecutive season the womenʼs soccer program was recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with the NSCAA Team Academic Award. The Purple and White also placed 16 student-athletes on the Fall 2008 Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team, which marked the top group amongst TCUʼs five fall athletics squads. The Purple and White also placed four players on the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Women's Soccer Team, including Lizzy Karoly, who earned first-team honors. On the field in 2008, the womenʼs soccer program in Fort Worth had a banner year. The Horned Frogs were ranked in every national poll at one point during the fall season, including a program-high RPI ranking of No. 24. Overall, the program went 14-4-2, which were the most victories ever in a season, rewrote the record book in nearly every category and competed in post-season competition for the third time under head coach Dan Abdalla.

The womenʼs soccer program preaches a family environment that is a total team effort. This past spring the TCU womenʼs soccer team raised $7,000 all on their own for Cook Childrenʼs Hospital.

The university is committed towards the soccer program as well as the the Jane and John Justin Foundation has committed $1.5 million for the new Jane Justin Fieldhouse at GarveyRosenthal Soccer Stadium. The project will be completed in 2010.

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The Drive For No. 1 | Taking Shape In Fort Worth, Texas During the last four seasons, head coach Dan Abdalla has continued to move the program to heights never accomplished before in Fort Worth, Texas, not only on the field, but in the classroom.

BUILDING A CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM

With a program-best 14-4-2 record last fall, the TCU womenʼs soccer team moved forward in their quest towards a conference and national championship. The Horned Frogs reached the conference tournament for the third time in four years under Abdalla. TCU, who was ranked in every poll throughout the course of the season, came within an overtime goal of playing for the programʼs firstever conference championship. Their accomplishments on the field have begun to be noticed not only in the conference, but also nationally as the Purple and White produced the MWC Conference Freshman of the Year and first team all-conference selection in Jordan Calhoun. TCU also placed Lizzy Karoy and Katie Taylor on the all-conference squad, marking the secondstraight year that the Horned Frogs have placed at least two student-athletes on the prestigious squad. Following its play at the conference tournament, TCUʼs Jackie Torda and Karoly were named to the all-tournament team. Nationally, Calhoun wracked up nearly every national award as she was named to numerous national teams, including the Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Squad as well as being one of 32 finalist for Soccer News Netʼs Player of the Year. In the classroom, the Horned Frogs were as successful as they were on the field in 2008. The NSCAA Academic Team placed 16 individuals on the MWC All-Academic squad, had four student-athletes named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Women's Soccer Team, placed Karoly on the NSCAA 2008 Scholar All-South Region Team and wrapped up the season with Michelle Nguyen earning the Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar. Finally, TCU closed out 2009 with seven Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Awards.

The city of Fort Worth has begun to take notice of Abdallaʼs programʼs success as fans have turned out in groves to see the TCU womenʼs soccer team. Last fall, the Horned Frogs produced three of the programʼs best attendance figures, averaging over a 1,200 fans per home contest.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

Community Service | TCU Women’s Soccer Program Dedication Towards Making A Difference During Dan Abdallaʼs four years at TCU, the Horned Frogs have helped in the community of Dallas/Fort Worth annually.

STEPPING OUT I NTO THE COMMUNITY

This past spring, the womenʼs soccer program took their community involvement to a whole new level, raising over $7,000 hosting two Kicks For Kids Soccer Clinics to benefit Cook Children's Hospital.

The event was held for youth soccer players and kindergarten through eighth-grade students, with all proceeds going directly to Cook Children's Hospital. The soccer clinics hosted over 149 participants from local youth teams around the metroplex. The clinic was organized, marketed and planned completely by the women's soccer program. The goal was to raise $2,500, but the team raised a grand total of $7,167. All proceeds went directly to Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth.

In 2007, TCU not only hosted a clinic for Special Olympics, but also volunteered their time at a local school, helping with Jump Rope For Heart. It is common-place to go to an elementary school in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and see one of the members of the soccer program giving up their day to help children read or teach them sign language.

It is also common-place to see TCU soccer players staying after contests until the lights go off at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium, signing autographs for young men and women who aspire to play collegiate soccer one day. At TCU, the womenʼs soccer program shows on a daily basis what it means to be role models to todayʼs youth. A smile on a young girls face to them is the same as netting a goal against a Mountain West Conference opponent.

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ACADEMICS

Academics | TCU Women’s Soccer Program Working Hard In The Classroom Under head coach Dan Abdalla, TCU has excelled in every facet of the classroom. The past three seasons, TCU has placed 42 players on the academic all-conference squad, while 16 different individuals have been awarded with the Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete Award in those three years.

THE HORNED FROGS I N THE CLASSROOM

In 2008, the womenʼs soccer program was once again honored with numerous academic awards, including the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the third-straight season. Senior Lizzy Karoly picked up several honors during the 2008 season as she was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region and earned first team all-district honors. Overall, four TCU soccer players were named to the 2008 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Women's Soccer Team. Karoly, Kelsey Walters, Jackie Torda and Cheryl Martin comprised four of the 28 players on the District VI Academic All-District Teams. This past summer, Michelle Nguyen was a selection to the prestigious Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars for the second-consecutive season. The Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Award was established in 1992 to honor undergraduate students of color who excel both academically and athletically. In 2008-09, TCU had four members of the womenʼs soccer program graduate with degrees. With that number in place, TCUʼs soccer program has graduated a total of 18 during Abdallaʼs tenure.

Many of those graduates have gone on to very prestigious careers which include: supply chain analyst at Shell Oil, an assistant sports coordinator for a sports entertainment company, a procurement specialist for Raytheon, a Aircraft Maintenance Officer in the Air Force and a Corporate Specialist with the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer.

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The Mountain West Conference | TCU Climbing The Mountain From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions.

THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

As the league celebrates its 11th year in 2009-10, the MWC continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Over its 10-year history, the MWC has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics. The TCU womenʼs soccer program has followed that same path during conference play. The Horned Frogs made the conference tournament last fall for the third time in four years. At the 2008 Mountain West Conference tournament in Las Vegas, Nev., the Purple and White opened the tournament with the No. 3 seed, which was the highest seeding ever for the program. The Horned Frogs made quick work during the first round, upending San Diego State, 2-1, before falling to Utah in overtime in semifinal action.

For the year, TCU, who posted its single-season best conference win total with a 4-2-1 record, placed three individuals on the all-conference squad marking the second-straight season the Horned Frogs had two or more student-athletes earn all-conference recognition. Sophomore Jordan Calhoun earned first-team all-conference honors as well as MWC Freshman of the Year. Both honors were program firsts. In the past three seasons, the Horned Frogs have had nine individuals pick up weekly awards. Last season alone, TCU earned weekly honors for four-consecutive weeks in route to seven weekly awards during the 2008 season.

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GARVEY-ROSENTHAL SOCCER STADIUM

Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium | A Home Like No Other Every gameday, TCU plays in front of some of the greatest fans in all of collegiate soccer. Game-after-game, thousands of fans show up in the masses to enjoy Division I womenʼs soccer at its finest. GarveyRosenthal Soccer Stadium, which opened prior to the 2000 season, features a state-of-the-art video scoreboard, both match and training spaces, a press box, ample parking and even more room for expansion.

GARVEY-ROSENTHAL SOCCER STADIUM

In the past four seasons, TCU has set record attendance figures. Two out of the past four seasons, the Horned Frogs have had over 2,000 spectators pile into Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium for a match. Last fall, TCU, which set three of the top-five attendance figures all-time in program history, watched as 2,161 fans came in droves to watch TCU battle the University of Texas. In a two-day span, over 3,300 people watched the Purple and White battle Utah and BYU.

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TCU has announced that the Jane and John Justin Foundation has committed $1.5 million for the new Jane Justin Fieldhouse at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

THE JANE J USTIN FIELDHOUSE

It is the largest gift ever at TCU for a project geared solely for women's athletics.

"We are truly thankful for this generous donation from the Jane and John Justin Foundation and honored to be associated with the Jane Justin name," TCU athletics director Danny Morrison said. "This gift is an indication of the foundation's commitment to women's athletics and TCU in general.

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"We look forward to representing Jane Justin's legacy with class, determination and character both on and off the field."

The Jane and John Justin Foundation has previously been a lead contributor to the John Justin Athletic Center, which opened in 2000, and the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility completed in Summer 2007. The Jane Justin Fieldhouse will be approximately 5,000 square feet and include home and visitor locker rooms, an officials locker room, a training room, offices, lounge area and wraparound raised viewing terrace. The completion date of the Jane Justin Fieldhouse is targeted for June 2010.

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TCU FACILITIES

The 38,000-square foot John Justin Athletic Center serves as the lifeline for TCU Athletics. The building, which was completed in August 2000, houses the academic-athletic services office, administrative offices, video center, Heritage Center and the football offices. The academic center includes individual tutor rooms, group study rooms and a computer lab, all near the student-athletes' workout and competitive venues.

TCU ATHLETICS FACILITIES

Really, commitment is the key when it comes to TCU and its facilities. In no area is that word more evident than the facility improvements planned for the future of Horned Frog programs. The first step was the $7 million Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility that opened in 2008. Phase two was unveiled last fall in the form of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, which features academic and team meeting space, a team community area, 250 club seats, six luxury suites and a unique view of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The complex was completely funded by nine donors and game day revenues raised by the facility go directly to supporting athletics scholarships through the Frog Club. TCU takes pride in its ability to provide student-athletes with some of the finest facilities possible. Horned Frog athletes have seen multiple facility upgrades in recent years, and not just for soccer. The Schollmaier Basketball Complex, completed in 2004, gave both menʼs and womenʼs basketball programs a brand-new practice facility, while the baseball team benefited from the construction of the $7 million Lupton Stadium in 2003. The football, womenʼs soccer, tennis, track and field, volleyball and swimming and diving programs also have seen individual sport improvements since 2000, and a multi-million-dollar Olympic Sports Complex is one of many projects in the works for the future of TCUʼs athletics program. TCU also is moving in the direction of a proposed major renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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The facility will support 14 of TCUʼs 20 sports programs - menʼs and womenʼs golf, menʼs and womenʼs cross country, menʼs and womenʼs indoor and outdoor track and field, menʼs and womenʼs tennis, womenʼs soccer, baseball, equestrian and rifle.

THE OLYMPIC SPORT COMPLEX

The TCU Olympic Sport Complex will serve as a main center of integration and networking for student-athletes from sports - which previously have had no “home.”

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With the addition of the TCU Olympic Sport Complex - each varsity sports program will now have its own coachesʼ offices, locker rooms, meeting rooms, etc. The TCU Olympic Sport Complex will include student-athlete enhancement such as computer laptops for academic work, weight room and athletic training room. All plans are simply proposals at this stage of the process.

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TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Texas Christian University is forging into all-new frontiers today—the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 15:1 student-toteacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isnʼt just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU each year, itʼs what they work toward every day.

THE TCU CAMPUS

In recent years, Texas Christian University has invested more than $500 million in new facilities and upgrades to campus classrooms, laboratories and residence halls. The individual projects have radically changed the face of the TCU campus, and further advances continue each day. Individual projects recently completed include the construction of the new Brown-Lupton University Union, TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls. In all, nine new facilities have been added to the campus landscape over the last two years alone.

BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms. TCU BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE The new 34,000-square-foot facility was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates as the universityʼs bookstore. Students can now study and meet classmates in the Starbucks lounge or purchase TCU gear across the street from campus. The bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. The new bookstore includes expanded book sales and retail space, a lounge, reading areas, a mezzanine for textbooks, study areas and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating. RESIDENCE HALLS Four new residence halls, totaling approximately 220,000 square feet, have been added to the grounds of TCUʼs campus. The TCU student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kellye Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter Hall, the two northern-most buildings, were completed in summer 2007. Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall, TCUʼs most recent additions, were completed in 2008. J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION EDUCATION COMPLEX Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story, 23,000 square-foot addition, named Betsy and Steve Palko Hall, was completed in summer 2007. The Bailey Building, constructed in 1914, was originally the home of Brite College of the Bible. It was named for West Texas pioneers Mary Ann and Robert Bailey.

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FORT WORTH/METROPLEX

Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exude a prop-your-feet-upand-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boasts a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

FORT WORTH /THE M ETROPLEX

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2009 ROSTER BREAKDOWN No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Name Kelsey Walters Kira Michelson-Bartlett Kaylie Garcia Leigha Leonard Alex Mechalske Katie Taylor Kristen Halverson Jenna Hayes Katie Runyon Jordan Calhoun Chelsea Cody Lizzy Karoly Michelle Nguyen Tara Magdos Kathleen Mellano Cheryl Martin Kelly Faerber Elise Kensinger Jackie Torda Danika Powers Lindsay Holmes Alex Matthews Chelsey Wilgenburg Kaitlyn Shelledy Emma Geyer Kaitlyn Reynolds Shelby Miller Nikki Wilbur Lauren Edwards Hannah Kunnemann Lauren Wysoski Kaylin Mellem Bethany Gorham

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

Ht. 5-5 5-9 5-7 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-2 5-9 5-7 5-3 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-10 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-8

Exp. 2L HS 1L HS 1L 1L TR 1L 1L 1L 2L 3L 3L SQ SQ 2L 3L HS 2L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L HS HS 2L HS 1L 1L HS HS

Hometown (Previous School) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City North HS) Bonney Lake, Wash. (Bonney Lake HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City North HS) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Thunder Ridge HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) Escondido, Calif. (Mission Hills HS) Laguna Hills, Calif. (Cal State Fullerton) Longmont, Colo. (Niwot HS) Quincy, Ill. (Quincy Senior HS) Norman, Okla. (Norman North HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City HS) Escondido, Calif. (San Pasqual HS) Richardson, Texas (Plano East HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Sierra Vista HS) Bonsall, Calif. (Fallbrook HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Spring Valley HS) Austin, Texas (Westwood HS) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain HS) Colleyville, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS) Plano, Texas (Plano West HS) Stockton, Calif. (Lincoln HS) Hanford, Calif. (Central Valley Christian HS) Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS) Kennedale, Texas (U of Houston) Houston, Texas (Bellaire HS) Tyler, Texas (All Saints Episcopal) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS) Marietta, Ga. (Alan C. Pope HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Laguna Hills, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS)

No. 9 10 29 17 2 25 33 6 7 21 11 18 30 3 13 16 22 4 15 32 1 27 12 20 26 8 24 5 19 0 28 23 31

Name Jordan Calhoun Chelsea Cody Lauren Edwards Kelly Faerber Kaylie Garcia Emma Geyer Bethany Gorham Kristen Halverson Jenna Hayes Lindsay Holmes Lizzy Karoly Elise Kensinger Hannah Kunnemann Leigha Leonard Tara Magdos Cheryl Martin Alex Matthews Alex Mechalske Kathleen Mellano Kaylin Mellem Kira Michelson-Bartlett Shelby Miller Michelle Nguyen Danika Powers Kaitlyn Reynolds Katie Runyon Kaitlyn Shelledy Katie Taylor Jackie Torda Kelsey Walters Nikki Wilbur Chelsey Wilgenburg Lauren Wysoski

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

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

Ht. 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-4 5-9 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-7 5-9

Exp. 1L 2L HS 3L 1L 1L HS TR 1L 1L 3L HS 1L HS SQ 2L 1L 1L SQ HS HS HS 3L 1L HS 1L 1L 1L 2L 2L 2L 1L 1L

Hometown (Previous School) Norman, Okla. (Norman North HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City HS) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS) Austin, Texas (Westwood HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City North HS) Kennedale, Texas (U of Houston) Laguna Hills, Calif. (Rancho Santa Margarita HS) Laguna Hills, Calif. (Cal State Fullerton) Longmont, Colo. (Niwot HS) Plano, Texas (Plano West HS) Escondido, Calif. (San Pasqual HS) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain HS) Marietta, Ga. (Alan C. Pope HS) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Thunder Ridge HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Sierra Vista HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Spring Valley HS) Stockton, Calif. (Lincoln HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) Bonsall, Calif. (Fallbrook HS) San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Bonney Lake, Wash. (Bonney Lake HS) Tyler, Texas (All Saints Episcopal) Richardson, Texas (Plano East HS) San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS) Houston, Texas (Bellaire HS) Quincy, Ill. (Quincy Senior HS) Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS) Escondido, Calif. (Mission Hills HS) Colleyville, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City North HS) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS) Hanford, Calif. (Central Valley Christian HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS)

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2009 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

BY STATE

California 5 Katie Taylor 6 Kristen Halverson 11 Lizzy Karoly 15 Kathleen Mellano 22 Alex Matthews 23 Chelsey Wilgenburg 28 Nikki Wilbur 29 Lauren Edwards 32 Kaylin Mellem 33 Bethany Gorham Colorado 3 Leigha Leonard 7 Jenna Hayes 18 Elise Kensinger Georgia 30 Hannah Kunnemann Illinois 8 Katie Runyon Nevada 13 Tara Magdos 16 Cheryl Martin

Oklahoma 0 Kelsey Walters 2 Kaylie Garcia 9 Jordan Calhoun 10 Chelsea Cody Texas 4 Alex Mechalske 12 Michelle Nguyen 17 Kelly Faerber 19 Jackie Torda 21 Lindsay Holmes 24 Kaitlyn Shelledy 25 Emma Geyer 26 Kaitlyn Reynolds 27 Shelby Miller 20 Danika Powers 31 Lauren Wysoski Washington 1 Kira Michelson-Bartlett

Seniors 11 Lizzy Karoly 12 Michelle Nguyen 17 Kelly Faerber Juniors 0 Kelsey Walters 10 Chelsea Cody 16 Cheryl Martin 19 Jackie Torda 25 Emma Geyer 28 Nikki Wilbur Sophomore 2 Kaylie Garcia 4 Alex Mechalske 5 Katie Taylor 6 Kristen Halverson 7 Jenna Hayes 8 Katie Runyon 9 Jordan Calhoun 13 Tara Magdos 15 Kathleen Mellano 20 Danika Powers 21 Lindsay Holmes 22 Alex Matthews 23 Chelsey Wilgenburg 24 Kaitlyn Shelledy 30 Hannah Kunnemann 31 Lauren Wysoski Freshman 1 Kira Michelson-Bartlett 3 Leigha Leonard 18 Elise Kensinger 26 Kaitlyn Reynolds 27 Shelby Miller 29 Lauren Edwards 32 Kaylin Mellem 33 Bethany Gorham

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW

The 2009 Women’s Soccer Preview

THE RUN FOR NO. 1 The pieces are in place in 2009 for the Horned Frog womenʼs soccer program to make a serious run at a conference title and NCAA Tournament berth. With 10 of 11 starters returning, including its top-four goal strikers and entire defensive backline, TCU has the potential to be one of the top teams not only in the Mountain West Conference, but also the country in 2009. Led by fifth-year head coach Dan Abdalla, TCU came within an overtime goal of making the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and should have plenty of motivation to capture even more magic after posting the most successful season in program history last fall. The Horned Frogs will enter 2009 looking to improve upon a program best 14-4-2 record overall and 4-2-1 mark in conference action.

Between the posts, Kelsey Walters and Lauren Wysoski return with Walters most likely to start after recording one of the most dominating sophomore campaigns in program history.

TCUʼs last line of defense this fall will consist of two-year starter Cheryl Martin, as well as sophomores Katie Taylor, who earned all-conference honors in 2008, Lindsay Holmes and Alex Mechalske. The quartet started nearly every contest last fall and will once again play a key roll in TCUʼs success in 2009. Sophomore Chelsey Wilgenburg will also probably start at some point during the season after showing some dominating stretches of play late in the year in 2008.

The midfield position could be one of the most dangerous positions this fall for TCU as the Horned Frogs return junior Chelsea Cody, who has started nearly every contest during her time in Fort Worth and Jackie Torda, a talented attacker that earned MWC All-Tournament honors following her efforts at the 2008 MWC Championships. Junior Nikki Wilbur is also back for the Purple and White after starting every contest for TCU in the midfield last season. Both Kaylie Garcia and Michelle Nguyen should push for starting spots as well this fall after netting multiple goals during the 2008 campaign. Finally, look for senior Kelly Faerber to offer added depth to the starting lineup after battling through injuries the past two seasons.

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Up front, TCU possess one of the most dangerous attackers in the nation in sophomore Jordan Calhoun. Calhoun is coming off an AllAmerican freshman campaign in which she rewrote nearly every record in route to MWC Freshman of the Year honors. Along side Calhoun will be two-time all-conference selection Lizzy Karoly. Karoly, a senior from California, netted 11 goals in 2008 and is poised for something special during her final season. Sophomore Jenna Hayes should also factor into the forward mix this fall after sitting out 2008 with an injury. Speedy sophomore Katie Runyon will provide TCU another attacking forward off the bench after playing in 19 matches last fall. A handful of newcomers will grace the TCU roster this season with as many as five expected to compete for serious playing time.

TCUʼs schedule in 2009 features nine home matches and contests with 14 teams that played in post-season competition. The non-conference home slate is highlighted by matches against the Mexican National Team, UTSA, Houston Baptist, Texas Tech and Stephen F. Austin, who all played in post-season play in 2008. The Purple and White will play a total of five non-conference matches at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

On the road, the Horned Frogs will open the month of August with a road-match against 2008 NCAA tournament participant Texas in Austin. TCU will also play away matches against Rice, Colorado College, Denver, Weber State and Alabama, who played in SEC post-season action last fall. The conference schedule consists of three home matches and four road games. TCU will host Air Force, Wyoming and San Diego State. TCU's MWC road schedule includes games at New Mexico, Utah, BYU, who captured the MWC title in 2008, and UNLV.

The Purple and White will begin their quest towards a National Championship on August 21 against the University of Texas in Austin. The match is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW Kelsey Walters Goalkeeper Breakdown Walters has started in goal the past two seasonʼs and should once again provide TCU with one of the best goalkeepers not only in the conference, but also in the entire nation.

Kelsey Walters

Kelsey Walters

Midfield Breakdown Cody is one of the most feared midfielders in the entire Mountain West Conference and should once again push for all-conference honors after maning the middle of the midfield the past two season.

Chelsea Cody

Wilbur is an imposing midfielder that uses her size to her advantage. She could have a breakout season after a solid 2008 season that saw her start every contest.

Nikki Wilbur

Torda switched to the midfield last fall and it proved to be a recipe for success as she closed out her sophomore season earning MWC All-Tournament honors She netted four goals and five assists in 2008.

Jackie Torda

Defensive Breakdown Holmes started 15 games last fall before going down late in the year with an injury. A dangerous defender who should push for all-conference honors after excelling at times last season in her defender position.

Lindsay Holmes

Garcia had a breakout freshman season last fall and should help bolster an already solid midfield group after dishing out four assists in seven starts in 2008.

Kaylie Garcia

Chelsea cody

Martin is one of the most dangerous defenders in the Mountain West Conference and should earn plenty of recognition this fall after starting nearly every contest the past two seasons.

Cheryl Martin

Mechalske can play anywhere on the field and will be looked upon this season to provide more help on attacks after a solid freshman season. She is a true threat with the ball at her feet and is poised for a breakout year.

Alex Mechalske

Forward Breakdown As a freshman, Calhoun was one of the best players in the Mountain West Conference and the nation. She should push for first-team All-America honors if she can duplicate the type of season she had in 2008.

Katie Taylor

The returning all-conference performer could push for all kinds of national accolades this season. Had a huge freshman season and is one of the dominating defenders in the Mountain West Conference.

Jordan Calhoun

Wilgenburg had a solid freshman season in which she came on late in the year. She started seven contests in 2008, while also making an appearance in 16 games.

Lizzy Karoly

Chelsey Wilgenburg

Katie Taylor

The multiple all-conference selection was deadly at times last fall and should close out her career as one of the best to ever wear the Purple and White. Karoly should push for first-team all-conference honors in 2009.

Lizzy Karoly

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW/OPPONENTS Texas

UTSA

Aug. 21 • 7 p.m.

Aug. 28 • 7 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 49,738 Nickname: Longhorns Colors: Burnt Orange and White Conference: Big 12 President: William C. Powers Jr. Athletic Director: Christine Polonsky Head Coach: Chris Petrucelli Career Record: 309-86-28 School Record: 134-64-18 Stadium: Mike A. Myers Stadium Capacity: 20,000 2008 Record: 13-3-4 Conference Record: 5-2-3 Postseason: NCAA Starters R/L: 7/5 Letterwinners R/L: 15/9

Media Relations: Ashley Walker Email: ashley.walker@athletics.ut.edu Website: www.TexasSports.com

Home Contest

Location: San Antonio, Texas Enrollment: 28,534 Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Orange, Navy Blue, White Conference: Southland President: Ricardo Romo Athletic Director: Lynn Hickey Head Coach: Steve Ballard Career Record: 153-94-18 School Record: 27-28-5 Stadium: UTSA Sports Complex Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 10-10-1 Conference Record: 7-3-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 9/2 Letterwinners R/L: 9/6

Media Relations: Carlos Valdez III. Email: carlos.valdez@utsa.edu Website: www.goUTSA.com

Rice

Colorado College

Sept. 6 • 6 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Houston, Texas Enrollment: 5,008 Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Gray Conference: Conference USA President: David W. Leebron Athletic Director: Chris Del Conte Head Coach: Chris Huston Career Record: 104-80-12 School Record: 82-60-10 Stadium: Rice Soccer Stadium Capacity: 5,000 2008 Record: 10-9-0 Conference Record: 6-5-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: N/A Letterwinners R/L: N/A Media Relations: John Sullivan Email: jsully@rice.edu Website: www.riceowls.cstv.com

Sept. 11 • 5 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Colorado Springs, Colo. Enrollment: 1,940 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Black and Gold Conference: Conference USA President: Richard Celeste Athletic Director: Ken Ralph Head Coach: Geoff Bennett Career Record: 102-73-21 School Record: 54-32-11 Stadium: Stewart Field Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 13-7-2 Conference Record: 6-4-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 8/3 Letterwinners R/L: 18/4 Media Relations: Dave Moross Email: dave.moross@coloradocollege.edu Website: www.cctigers.com

Alabama Sept. 20 • 11 a.m. Away Contest

Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment: 27,052 Nickname: Crimson Tide Colors: Crimson and White Conference: SEC President: Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletic Director: Mal Moore Head Coach: Todd Bramble Career Record: 89-60-19 School Record: 9-9-2 Stadium: Alabama Soccer Stadium Capacity: 1,500 2008 Record: 9-9-2 Conference Record: 4-6-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 8/5 Letterwinners R/L: 11/10 Media Relations: Skip Powers Email: spowers@ia.ua.edu Website: www.rolltide.com

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Stephen F. Austin Sept. 25 • 7 p.m. Home Contest

Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment: 11,990 Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Purple and White Conference: Southland President: Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director: Robert Hill Head Coach: George Van Linder Career Record: 133-106-22 School Record: 9-7-2 Stadium: SFA Soccer Complex Capacity: 2,000 2008 Record: 9-7-2 Conference Record: 6-2-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 6/5 Letterwinners R/L: 12/11

Media Relations: Brian Ross Email: rossbrian@sfasu.edu Website: www.sfajacks.com

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Houston Baptist Aug. 30 • 1 p.m.

Home Contest

Location: Houston, Texas Enrollment: 2,749 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Royal Blue and Orange Conference: Great West President: Robert B. Sloan Athletic Director: Steve Moniaci Head Coach: Misty Jones Career Record: 77-61-4 School Record: 31-18-4 Stadium: Sorrells Field Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 9-7-1 Conference Record: None Postseason: None Starters R/L: 6/5 Letterwinners R/L: 11/9

Media Relations: Jeff Sutton Email: jsutton@hbu.edu Website: www.hbuhuskies.com

Denver Sept. 13 • 1 p.m.

Away Contest

Texas Tech Sept. 4 • 7 p.m.

Home Contest

Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 28,260 Nickname: Red Raiders Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Guy Bailey Athletic Director: Gerald Myers Head Coach: Tom Stone Career Record: 15-18-3 School Record: 15-18-3 Stadium: John Walker Complex Capacity: 1,500 2008 Record: 8-10-1 Conference Record: 3-7-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 8/3 Letterwinners R/L: 18/8

Media Relations: Tammi Hoffman Email: tammi.hoffman@ttu.edu Website: www.texastech.cstv.com

Weber State Sept. 18 • 5 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Denver, Colo. Enrollment: 10,791 Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Crimson and Gold Conference: Sun Belt President: Robert D. Coombe Athletic Director: Peg Bradley-Doppes Head Coach: Jeff Hooker Career Record: 218-88-31 School Record: 218-88-31 Stadium: Pioneer Field Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 19-3-2 Conference Record: 9-1-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 7/4 Letterwinners R/L: 17/9

Location: Ogden, Utah Enrollment: 18,300 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple and White Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. F. Ann Miller Athletic Director: Jerry Graybeal Head Coach: Tim Crompton Career Record: 47-40-12 School Record: 47-40-12 Stadium: Wildcat Soccer Field Capacity: 2,000 2008 Record: 9-8-2 Conference Record: 5-3-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: N/A Letterwinners R/L: N/A

Texas-Woman’s

Mexican National Aug. 25 • 7 p.m. Home Exhibition

Media Relations: Mike Kennedy Michael.kennedy@du.edu Email: Website: www.denverpioneers.com

Sept. 27 • 1 p.m. Home Contest

Location: Denton, Texas Enrollment: 12,183 Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Maroon & White Conference: Lone Star President: Ann Stuart Athletic Director: Chalese Connors Head Coach: Fleur Benatar Career Record: 43-74-14 School Record: 43-74-14 Stadium: TWU Soccer Field Capacity: N/A 2008 Record: 9-8-2 Conference Record: 4-4-2 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 7/4 Letterwinners R/L: 11/10 Media Relations: Naveem Boppana Email: nboppana@twu.edu Website: www.twuathletics.com

Media Relations: Darin Hogge dhogge@weber.edu Email: Website: www.weberstatesports.com

Notes The Mexican National Team is currently ranked No. 22 in the FIFA/CocaCola Women's World Rankings and closed out 2008 finishing third overall in the CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualification. Overall, the squad has reached the medal round in three-consecutive Pan American Games, winning once, while also being the first team from a Spanish-speaking country to qualify for both the women's World Cup and Olympic Games.

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW/OPPONENTS New Mexico Oct. 3 • 5 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Enrollment: 25,787 Nickname: Lobos Colors: Cherry and Silver Conference: MWC President: Dr. David Schmidly Athletic Director: Tim Cass Head Coach: Kit Vela Career Record: 56-68-26 School Record: 56-68-26 Stadium: UNM Soccer Complex Capacity: 6,200 2008 Record: 8-5-6 Conference Record: 3-3-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 11/6 Letterwinners R/L: 15/6 Media Relations: Daniel Archuleta Email: Archie84@unm.edu Website: www.golobos.cstv.com

Air Force Oct. 8 • 11:30 a.m.

Home Contest

Location: USAF, Colo. Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Blue and Silver Conference: MWC President: Lt. Gen. John Regni Athletic Director: Hans Much Head Coach: Marty Buckley Career Record: 113-195-19 School Record: 113-195-19 Stadium: Cadet Soccer Stadium Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 3-14-0 Conference Record: 0-7-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 8/3 Letterwinners R/L: 20/5 Media Relations: Nick Arseniak Email: nicolas.arseniak@usafa.edu Website: www.GoAirForceFalcons.com

BYU

UNLV

Oct. 17 • 8 p.m.

Oct. 23 • 9 p.m.

Away Contest

Location: Provo, Utah Enrollment: 33,278 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Blue, White and Tan Conference: MWC President: Cecil O. Samuelson Athletic Director: Tom Holmoe Head Coach: Jennifer Rockwood Career Record: 210-65-20 School Record: 210-65-20 Stadium: South Stadium Capacity: 2,140 2008 Record: 17-4-2 Conference Record: 5-3-0 Postseason: NCAA Starters R/L: N/A Letterwinners R/L: N/A Media Relations: Jeff Cullimore Email: soccer_sid@byu.edu Website: www.byucougars.com

Away Contest

Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Scarlet and Gray Conference: MWC President: Dr. David B. Ashley Athletic Director: Mike Hamrick Head Coach: Katherine Mertz Career Record: 44-30-14 School Record: 44-30-14 Stadium: Peter J. Memorial Field Capacity: 2,500 2008 Record: 11-7-3 Conference Record: 3-3-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 8/3 Letterwinners R/L: 19/7

Media Relations: Mark Wasik Email: mark.wasik@unlv.edu Website: www.unlvrebels.cstv.com

Wyoming

Utah

Oct. 10 • 7 p.m.

Oct. 15 • 8 p.m.

Home Contest

Location: Laramie, Wyo. Enrollment: 13,207 Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Brown and Gold Conference: MWC President: Tom Buchanan Athletic Director: Tom Burman Head Coach: Danny Sanchez Career Record: 136-21-8 School Record: 8-10-1 Stadium: Louis S. Madrid Complex Capacity: 1,500 2008 Record: 8-10-1 Conference Record: 5-5-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 6/5 Letterwinners R/L: 12/7

Media Relations: Quinn Hunter Email: qunit@wyo.edu Website: www.wyomingathletics.com

San Diego State Oct. 30 • 7 p.m.

Home Contest

Location: San Diego, Calif. Enrollment: 35,887 Nickname: Aztecs Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: MWC President: Dr. Stephen Weber Athletic Director: Jeff Schemmel Head Coach: Mike Friesen Career Record: 15-8-6 School Record: 15-8-6 Stadium: SDSU Sports Deck Capacity: 1,000 2008 Record: 6-10-3 Conference Record: 2-4-1 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 9/2 Letterwinners R/L: 16/7

Away Contest

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment: 29,251 Nickname: Utes Colors: Crimson and White Conference: MWC President: Michael K. Young Athletic Director: Dr. Chris Hill Head Coach: Rich Manning Career Record: 95-38-16 School Record: 95-38-16 Stadium: Ute Field Capacity: 2,000 2008 Record: 11-9-2 Conference Record: 5-2-0 Postseason: None Starters R/L: 9/2 Letterwinners R/L: 14/8

Media Relations: Kyle Harris Email: k.harris@huntsman.utah.edu Website: www.UtahUtes.com

MWC Championship Nov. 4-7 Location: Conference: President: Stadium: Capacity:

Provo, Utah

Provo, Utah MWC Craig Thompson Ute Field 2,000

Media Relations: Becky Motchan Email: bmotchan@TheMWC.com Website: www.themwc.cstv.com Broadcast: The Mtn.

Media Relations: Darin Wong Email: dwong@mail.sdsu.edu Website: www.GoAztecs.com

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THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE ABOUT THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Fresh off celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2008-09, the MWC continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Over the history of its first decade, the MWC has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics.

Progressive in its approach, the MWC has marked several achievements over its first decade of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference. The MWC was the first to experiment with the coaches challenge in the college football instant replay system. It was also the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS conference to participate in and win two BCS bowl games, as well as have three teams ranked all eight weeks of the BCS Standings. Additionally, the MWC was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utahʼs Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively). Since it was founded in 1999, the MWC is the only conference to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts. The MWC also ranks second in No. 1 draft picks over the last five years with three overall. The Mountain West Conference is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West Conference boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders four MWC schools (Utah, BYU, Air Force and Colorado State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert city of Las Vegas (the fastest growing metropolitan area in the West) and the Pacific Ocean locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of the MWCʼs newest member, TCU. HISTORY The Mountain West Conference was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference.

The split from the former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Five of the MWCʼs eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (BYU, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MWC in 1999. TCU rejoined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06, completing the Conference membership as it stands today. When the MWC officially began operations on July 1, 1999, the new league had in place a seven-year contract with ESPN, giving the broadcaster exclusive national television rights to MWC football and menʼs basketball, and three-year agreements to send the leagueʼs football champion to the Liberty Bowl and a second team to the Las Vegas Bowl. Commissioner Craig Thompson also arranged a third bowl tie-in each of the first three years (1999 Motor City, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans) before securing a fouryear deal with the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco in 2002. An innovator in the postseason bowl structure, the MWC engineered many “firsts,” as league teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games (2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans, 2002 San Francisco (Emerald), 2005 Poinsettia, 2006 New Mexico), as well as placing the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS team into a BCS bowl game with Utahʼs appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

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2008 MWC Soccer Standings Team Conf. Points Overall BYU 7-0-0 21 18-5-1 Utah 5-2-0 15 11-9-2 TCU 4-2-1 13 14-4-2 UNLV 3-3-1 10 11-7-3 New Mexico 3-3-1 10 8-5-6 San Diego State 2-4-1 7 6-10-3 Wyoming 2-5-0 6 8-10-1 Air Force 0-7-0 0 3-14-0 Game Game Game Game Game

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No. 3 TCU 2, No. 6 San Diego State 1 (OT) No. 4 New Mexico 1, No. 5 UNLV 1 (UNLV Advances) No. 2 Utah 2, No. 3 TCU 1 (OT) No. 1 BYU 4, No. 5 UNLV 0 No. 1 BYU 1, No. 2 Utah 0

2008 MWC Soccer Tournament Final

CONTACT INFO: 15455 Gleneagle Drive Suite 200 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921 Phone: (719) 488-4040 Fax: (719) 487-7240 Media/Communications Fax: (719) 487-7241

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE DIRECTORY

COMMISSIONER Craig Thompson Bret Gilliland

Commissioner Deputy Commissioner

CHAMPIONSHIPS Carrie Coll Dawn Anderson Chelsea Guetz

Assoc. Commiss., Championships Director of Championships Championships Coord.

BUSINESSS & FINANCE Jim Andrus Assoc. Commiss., Business & Finance

COMMUNICATIONS Javan Hedlund Kim Melcher Marlon Edge Becky Motchan COMPLIANCE Carolayne Henry Gary Walenga MARKETING Dan Butterly

MULTIMEDIA Katie Cavender OPERATIONS James Hixson

SUPPORT STAFF Ruth Hill OFFICIALS Ken Rivera

Assoc. Commiss., Communications Director of Communications Asst. Director of Communications Asst. Director of Communications Assoc. Commiss., Compliance/SWA Asst. Director of Compliance Assoc. Commiss., Marketing Multimedia Coordinator Director of Operations Administrative Assistant Coordinator of Football Officials

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Kelly Senior | Midfielder | Austin, Texas | Westwood HS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP 18 6 11 35

GS 15 3 3 21

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0 0

Sh 8 4 7 19

GW 0 0 0 0

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2008 Season

A leader for TCU off the bench, Faerber played in 11 matches, making three starts from her midfield position ... Overall, posted seven shots in 2008, including four on goal.

2007 Season

Faerber had her season cut short because of injury ... Played in only six games, making three starts ... Connected on four shots during 2007.

2006 Season

Named to Fall 2006 Academic All-Mountain West Conference team ... Played in all 18 matches, while starting 15 at midfield ... Had eight shots, including six on goal ... Helped TCU post the second-lowest goals against average in school history by allowing just 1.32 goals per game ... Helped team post five shutouts.

High School

Named first-team all-district as a senior as well as all-region ... Was a second-team all-district performer as a sophomore ... Led Westwood in scoring as a senior, earning the Westood Soccer Warrior Award ... Participated in the TASC High School Senior Showcase ... Named academic all-state four straight years ... Earned academic all-state honors as a senior.

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Lizzy

Senior | Forward | Escondido, Calif. | San Pasqual HS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP 18 19 20 57

GS 18 19 20 57

G 6 5 11 22

A 2 2 7 11

Pts. 14 12 29 55

Sh GW 63 0 64 4 69 4 196 8

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2008 Season

Was a 2008 Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Squad selection, while also being named to the 2008 Secondteam All-Mountain West Conference Team ... Overall, Karoly helped TCU to a 14-4-2 record and season-high national ranking of No. 28 and RPI of No. 24 ... She netted career-best 11 goals on the season, while dishing out a career-best seven assists ... Karoly was also a three-time Mountain West Conference Player of the Week Selection, which was a TCU record ... She netted four game-winning goals on the season against Texas Tech, San Diego State, Stephen F. Austin and East Tennessee State ... The junior finished the year ranked No. 2 in single-season assists at TCU, No. 3 in single-season goals and No. 3 in points for a single-season ... She also moved into No. 2 all-time in career goals at TCU ... Karoly was ranked in the top-30 in the NCAA in points per game and goals per game throughout the course of the season ... She finished 2008 ranked in the top-3 in the MWC in shots, points, points per game, goals, goals per game, and game-winning goals.

2007 Season

Karoly closed out the season earning second-team all-conference ... Finished third overall in the MWC in shots (64), while placing second in shots per game with a 3.37 average ... Overall, she posted five goals and two assists during her sophomore campaign ... Her two-goal effort against Utah earned her co-Mountain west Offensive Player of the Week and Soccer America Team of the Week honors ... Netted four game-winning goals on the year ... Scored goals in back-toback contests against Prairie View A&M and Air Force ... Posted TCU's lone assist in regular season match against BYU ... Started all 19 games and played a total of 1,345 minutes.

2006 Season

Named to Top Drawer Soccer's third team All-Rookie squad ... Named to Fall 2006 Academic All-Mountain West Conference team ... Started at forward in all 18 matches ... Led the Horned Frogs with six goals and 14 points ... Also tallied two assists to tie for second-most on the team ... Led the MWC in shots (63) and shots per game (3.50) ... Scored six of the team's 19 goals and four of the last seven ... Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 25 after posting two goals and an assist in TCU's 3-0 win over UTSA ... Led the team with 36 shots on goal.

High School

Named the Offensive Player of the Year at San Pasqual High School as a junior and senior ... Also a standout track athlete ... Earned first-team all-CIF honors as a senior ... Named first-team North County as a junior and senior ... Scored 36 goals as a senior ... Holds the school records in the 100m, 200m and 400m.

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Michelle Senior | Midfielder | Richardson, Texas | Plano East HS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP 18 19 19 56

GS 18 18 4 40

G 3 5 3 11

A 3 6 0 9

Pts. 9 16 6 31

Sh GW 62 2 49 1 20 0 131 3

12

2008 Season

Played in 19 matches in 2008, starting four of them ... Collected three goals on the season, while recording six points ... Posted a multi-goal match against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Sept. 26 ... Helped direct a TCU offense from her midfield position that ended the season ranked No. 18 in the nation in scoring offense.

2007 Season

Nguyen wrapped up conference action fifth in the MWC in goals scored (3) and points per game (1.29) ... She finished first overall during conference play in assists (3) and assists per game (0.43) ... Posted five goals and six assists on the year ... Her six assists tied her for third all-time in single season assists at TCU ... Against No. 22 Utah, she posted two assists, including the game-winning assist ... Posted the game-winning goal against Texas Tech ... Was named to Top Drawer Soccer's Women's College Team of the Week following her two-goal effort against Air Force ... She started 18 games this fall and logged a total of 1,382 minutes.

2006 Season

Selected to Soccer Buzz Magazine's All-Freshman Central Regional Team ... Named to Fall 2006 Academic AllMountain West Conference team ... Started all 18 matches at midfield ... Finished second on the team with nine points ... Ranked second in the Mountain West Conference to teammate Lizzy Karoly with 62 shots ... Led the team with two game-winning goals ... Scored three goals and had three assists ... Scored a goal and assisted on the other in TCU's 20 win over Tulsa ... Also had a goal and an assist against Oral Roberts ... Scored third goal against Sam Houston State ... Had third assist against UTSA ... Second on the team with 26 shots on goal ... Had a season-high six shots against Texas Tech and Sam Houston State.

High School

Was a Region III Olympic Development Program performer ... Named District-5A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman at Plano East... named first-team all-district as a sophomore ... Has six years of club experience ... Appeared in the national finals with the Texans `89 squad ... Led the Dallas Texans U-18 girls team to the USYSA National Championship in the summer of 2006 ... Member of the National Honor Society.

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Chelsey Junior | Midfielder | Oklahoma City, Okla. | Putnam City HS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP 18 17 35

GS 17 16 33

G 0 0 0

A 2 5 7

Pts. 2 5 7

Sh 34 23 57

GW 0 0 0

10

2008 Season

Played in 17 matches during the 2008 season before her season was cut short due to a late-season injury ... Overall, collected a career-high total of five assists on the year, including the gamewinning assist at UT-San Antonio ... Finished the season ranked No. 4 in the conference in assists per game, while ranking No. 6 in the MWC in overall assists.

2007 Season

Cody was a dynamic player in her first year as the Frogs main central midfielder ... Posted two assists on the year, while also contributing 34 shot attempts ... She was a key component in TCU scoring the most goals in a single season under head coach Dan Abdalla ... Was a constanct in the TCU lineup, starting 17 of 18 contests.

High School

Was a Top 200 recruit by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... Named a 2004 and 2006 USYSA National Finalist ... Played club ball for the ESC '90 Black ... Was invited to the 2004, 2005 and 2006 '89 ODP Regional Team... Played on the 2004 and 2006 Region III Champion ... Was a Region III finalist in 2005 ... Was a member of the Oklahoma '89 ODP team that won the 2005 and 2006 Texas Shootout ... Attended the U-15 ODP National Regional Camp in 2004 ... Graduated from Putnam City High School ... Only played high school soccer as a freshman and sophomore ... Nominated an All-District and All-Conference selection in 2004 and 2005 ... Scored five goals in one game in 2005 ... Led the team in goals (15) and assists (11) as a freshman.

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Emma junior | Midfielder | Kennedale, Texas | University of Houston

Year GP 2008 10 Totals 10

GS 2 2

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Sh 4 4

GW 0 0

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Geyer proved to be a valuable addition to the Horned Frog lineup in 2008 ... Overall, she played in 10 matches, making two starts for TCU ... Posted four shots for TCU and was a solid contributer throughout the season.

University of Houston/High School

Geyer transfered from the University of Houston where she played in 18 games, making 17 starts in 2007 ... At Pantego Christian Academy, Geyer was a first-team all-district selection her junior season ... She led Pantego Christian to three-straight TAPPS District Championships and was named offensive MVP her junior year.

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Cheryl Junior | Defender | Las Vegas, Nev. | Spring Valley HS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP 18 20 38

GS 18 20 38

G 1 2 3

A 1 1 2

Pts. 3 5 8

Sh 8 16 24

GW 0 0 0

16

2008 Season

Martin netted two goals and had one assist in 2008, while starting every game from her defender position ... Helped TCU rank in the top-30 of the NCAA in goals against average and save percentage (.823) throughout the course of the season ... Recorded both of her goals during conference action against New Mexico and Utah ... Assisted on Jackie Torda's game-winning goal against Rice in overtime on Sept. 12 ... Helped TCU shut out seven different opponents in 2008 ... Was tabbed as the Defensive Player of the Week following back-to-back road shutout victories at Arizona State and at Northern Arizona.

2007 Season

Martin was instrumental in TCU posting shutout's against four different opponents ... Netted her first career goal against SMU ... Finished the season with one goal and one assist on only three shots on goal ... Helped TCU hold opponents to a .095 shot percentage ... In MWC play, she allowed TCU to hold three of its seven opponents to only five shots on goal ... Started all 18 games she played in and logged 1,666 minutes, which were the most of any freshman on the squad.

High School

Played for Rebels Select Soccer Club ... Team captain from 2004-present ... 2005 US Soccer Club Regional Champions ... Part of Nevada ODP team from 2003-07 ... Attended ODP regional camp from 2003-2006 ... Won the Nevada State Cup Championship from 2003-2006 ... Four-year letterwinner at Spring Valley High School ... Team captain 2004-07 ... Named to All-Southern Nevada 4A All-Star Team from 2004-2006 ... Selected to the Nevada All-State Academic team from 2004-06.

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Jackie junior | Midfielder | Colleyville, Texas | Nolan Catholic HS

Year 2008 2008 Totals

GP 19 20 39

GS 19 16 35

G 9 5 14

A 3 4 7

Pts. 21 14 35

Sh GW 60 2 64 3 124 5

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CAREER HIGHLIGHT | PLAYED IN 10 MATCHES IN 2008

2008 Season

Torda was named to the 2008 Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Squad ... Netted five goals on the season, while dishing out a career-best four assists ... Ranked in the top-10 in the conference in shots and shots attempted during the 2008 season ... Recorded her first multi-assist game of her career against 2007 NCAA Qualifier Stephen F. Austin ... TCU went 4-0-1 when she scored a goal.

2007 Season

Torda closed out her freshman campaign, finishing fourth in the Mountain West in shots (60) and goals (9) ... Also placed fifth in the MWC in points per game with a 1.11 average ... She was TCU's team leader in goals with nine and points with 21 ... Scored nine of TCU's 26 goals and recorded three assists ... Netted the game-winning goal in overtime against Houston on national television ... Recorded a stretch during the year in which she scored goals in seven of TCU's 10 contests ... Started all 19 matches for the Frogs ... On three different occasions she scored goals in back-to-back contests.

High School

Played for the DFW Tejanos '89 and a member of the North Texas ODP team ... Was a four-year letterwinner at Nolan Catholic High School ...Was a three-time TAPPS state finalist and member of the regional championship team in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... Earned Player of the Year by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in 2005 ... Was a two-time member of Fort Worth Star-Telegram All-Area Team ... Named Fort Worth StarTelegram Newcomer of the Year in 2004 ... A first team All-District selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... Was here team captain in 2006 and 2007 ... Also earned two letters in track and field.

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Kelsey Junior | Goalkeeper | Oklahoma City, Okla. | Putnam City North HS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP 16 20 36

GS 13 20 33

GA GAA Saves W-L-T 21 1.35 89 5-9-0 17 .084 79 14-4-2 38 1.10 168 19-13-2

SO 3 5 8

0

2008 Season

Walters helped TCU to a 14-4-2 record and season-high national ranking of No. 28 and RPI of No. 24 ... She shut out the following opponents: Stephen F. Austin, Xavier, Arizona State, Northern Arizona and Utah ... Played the majority of minutes in goal in TCU's two team shutouts on the season ... Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week Selection ... Posted the best-ever Goals Against Average (0.81) in school history, while finishing No. 3 in single-season in shutouts ... Was ranked in the top-30 in the NCAA in goals against average and save percentage (.823) throughout the course of the season ... Finished 2008 ranked in the top-3 in the MWC in goals against average, save percentage, saves, save percentage and saves per game ... Recorded 79 saves on the year, while starting every match for the Horned Frogs.

2007 Season

Walters had a solid freshman season between the posts ... Logged a total of 1,396 minutes, while starting 13 contests for TCU in 2007 ... Saw action in 16 matches overall, going 5-9-0 on the year ... Posted three shutouts during 2007 ... Became the first athlete in TCU soccer history to be named to Soccer Buzz's Elite Team of the Week following her shutout against the Utah ... She was also named Defensive MWC Player of the Week for her efforts against Utah ... Recorded 1.35 save average on the year, stopping a total of 89 shots.

High School

Was a three-year letterwinner at Putnam City North ... Played club soccer with the Edmond Soccer Club ... Was the team captain as a senior ... Named to the All-City Soccer Team by the Daily Oklahoman in 2005 ... Was also an All-District and AllConference selection in 2005.

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Nikki junior | Defender | Laguna Niguel, Calif. | Santa Margarita HS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP 14 20 34

GS 11 20 31

G 1 2 3

A 1 0 1

Pts. 3 4 7

Sh 2 19 21

GW 0 0 0

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2008 Season

A constant in the TCU lineup, Wilbur started all 20 games in 2008 ... Overall, netted two goals, while collecting 19 shot attempts ... Scored final-goal against Stephen F. Austin to open the season, while also posting the first goal of two against San Diego State on Oct. 31 ... Recorded five shots on goal this fall ... Helped direct a TCU offense from her midfield position that ended the season ranked No. 18 in the nation in scoring offense ... Also helped TCU post seven shutout's and a school record Goals Against Average of 0.81.

2007 Season

Wilbur had a solid first year as a Horned Frog, playing in 14 matches ... Started 11 games as a midfielder, including all of conference play ... Logged a total of 1,048 minutes, netting her first career goal against Utah to close out the home season ... Also posted one assist on the season.

High School

Was a two-year letterwinner in soccer at Santa Margarita ... received the Eagle Award in 2004 and 2006 ... also collected special honors following her senior season at Santa Margarita.

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Kaylie RS Sophomore | Midfielder | Oklahoma City, Okla. | Putnam City North HS

Year GP 2008 19 Totals 19

GS 7 7

G 3 3

A 4 4

2008 Season

Pts. 8 8

Sh 22 22

GW 0 0

2

Came on late in the season, starting in seven contests, including both matches at the MWC Tournament ... Netted two goals, while dishing out four assists on the year ... Overall, played in 19 matches during the 2008 campaign ... Netted first career goal against East Tennessee State on Sept. 14 ... Came up huge during conference action, assisting on Jackie Torda's double overtime goal against UNLV on Oct. 24 ... Also posted a multi-assist match against Texas Tech ... During the summer, Garcia played for the Mexican National Team.

2007 Season

Garcia redshirted during the 2007 season.

High School

Was a Top 150 recruit by Soccer Buzz ... Played club for Edmond Soccer Club (ESC) '90 Black ... Was also a member of the Oklahoma ODP team ... Was a 2006 U-16 US Youth National Finalist ... Was also a member of the 2004, 2005 and 2006 '89 ODP Regional Team ... Won the 2006 Region III Championship ... Part of team that won six state championships ... 2004, 2005 and 2006 Region III Premier League North Central Champions ... Won the 2002, 2003 and 2005 Texas Cup ... A Region III finalist in 2005 ... Attended U-15 ODP National Regional Camp in 2004 ... Was a four-year letterwinner at Putnam City North High School ... Member of 2006 NSCAA All-Region VI team ... Nominated MVP as a junior ... Named to All-City Team as a junior and was a second team selection as a sophomore ... Was an All-Conference and All-District selection as a sophomore and junior ... Also lettered in cross country for two years.

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Jenna RS Sophomore | Forward | Longmont, Colo. | Niwot HS

Year GP 2007 11 Totals 11

GS 1 1

G 1 1

2008 Season Hayes sat out the 2008 season.

A 0 0

Pts. 2 2

Sh 7 7

GW 0 0

7

2007 Season

Hayes battled through injuries to play in 11 games as a true freshman ... Netted her first career goal in a loss at nationally ranked Texas ... Posted seven shots on the year, while playing a total of 465 minutes.

High School

Played club ball for the Real National Colorado '89 ... Played for the state ODP team in Colorado that won the State Cup in 2006 ... Was a four-year letterwinner at Niwot High School ... Recorded first team All-State in 2005 and 2006 ... Was a first team All-Conference selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... Her high school was State 4A runner-up in 2005 ... She also earned three letters in basketball.

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Tara RS Sophomore | Defender | Las Vegas, Nev. | Sierra Vista HS

Year GP 2007 0 2008 0 Totals 0

GS 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

13

2008 Season

Did not play during the fall season due to injury.

2007 Season

Magdos did not play in 2007 due to injury.

High School

Was a member of the Rebels Select Red U-18 ... Was also a member of the Nevada ODP team, which was the 2005 US Soccer Club Regional Champion ... A four-year letterwinner in soccer at Sierra Vista High School ... Selected to the All-Region and All-State Academic Team ... Also selected to the All-Division and All-State Academic Team.

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Katie RS Sophomore | Defender | Escondido, Calif. | Mission Hills HS

Year GP 2007 1 2008 19 Totals 20

GS 0 16 16

G 0 1 2

A 0 6 6

Pts. 0 8 8

Sh 0 23 23

GW 0 0 0

5

2008 Season

Taylor was a 2008 Second-team All-Mountain West Conference Selection ... Helped TCU to a 14-4-2 record and season-high national ranking of No. 28 and RPI of No. 24 ... She netted one goal on the season from her defender position, while assisting on six others, which is currently the fourth-best mark in school history ... Recorded assists on the season against: Xavier, Rice, New Mexico, Utah (Twice) and San Diego State ... Finished the season ranked in the top-10 in the Mountain West Confernece in assists and assists per game during both the out-of-conference schedule and also during conference-play ... Helped TCU post seven shutout's and a school record Goals Against Average of 0.81.

2007 Season

Taylor played and started in the season-opening match for TCU ... Suffered a year-ending injury that cut her season short ... Will be a major contributor in the Horned Frog defense for the next couple of years.

High School

Played for Laguna Hills Eclipse and Cal South ODP Team ... Lettered all four years in soccer at Mission Hills High School ... First team All-League selection as a sophomore and junior ... Second team All-League as a freshman ... First team All-San Diego as a junior ... Advanced to the semifinals in the California Interscholastic Federation as a sophomore and junior ... Team MVP as a sophomore.

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Jordan Sophomore | Forward | Norman, Okla. | Norman North HS

Year GP 2008 20 Totals 20

GS 20 20

G 15 15

2008 Season

A 2 2

Pts. 32 32

Sh 60 60

GW 6 6

9

Calhoun, who was named Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year in 2008, was selected to Top Drawer Soccer's second-team All-Rookie squad this past fall ... The Norman, Okla., native, netted 15 goals during the 2008 season, while dishing out two assists ... With her 15 goals, the first-team all-conference selection, who became TCU's all-time leader in goals scored during a single-season, helped lead the Horned Frogs to a 14-4-2 record and season-high national ranking of No. 28 ... Following the 2008 season, Calhoun was recognized as one of the top-32 players in the nation by Soccer News Net ... She was also a finalist for Soccer News Net's Player of the Year Award ... Earned Second-Team Freshman All-American by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... Overall, Calhoun netted six game-winning goals on the season, while also scoring the equalizing goal in matches against No. 19 Texas, Texas Tech and Ole Miss ... Finally, she finished the 2008 season ranked first in the Mountain West Conference in points, points per game, goals, goals per game and game-winning goals during her freshman campaign.

High School

Calhoun earned all-district and all-conference honors in 2007 for Norman North High School ... A three-time all-conference and all-district selection, the Oklahoma native was a three-time letterwinner and played club soccer for seven-time state champion ESC 90 Black ... With ESC 90 Black, she was a two-time national runner-up and regional runnerup ... Calhoun was a Region III ODP team member and played club ball with fellow Horned Frogs Chelsea Cody, Kaylie Garcia and Kelsey Walters.

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Lindsay Sophomore | Defender | Plano, Texas | Plano West HS

Year GP 2008 15 Totals 15

GS 15 15

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 1 1

Pts. 1 1

Sh 2 2

GW 0 0

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Holmes played the majority of the minutes on the backline for TCU in 2008, starting all 15 games she played in ... Recorded an assist against No. 7 ranked Texas on Sept. 19, while also holding the Longhorns scoreless for the entire second half ... Was a key component in a TCU defense that posted seven shutout's and a school record Goals Against Average of 0.81.

High School

Holmes came to TCU following a standout career at Plano West Senior High School ... She was a second-team all-district selection as a sophomore and junior before leading Plano West to the 2007 UIL Class 5A state championship her senior season ... Holmes played club soccer for Texas Spirit 90 and was a team captain for four straight years.

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Hannah Sophomore | Midfielder | Marietta, Georgia | Alan C. Pope HS

Year GP 2008 2 Totals 2

GS 0 0

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Sh 1 1

GW 0 0

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Played in two matches during her freshman campaign, while recording one shot attempt.

High School

Kunnemann comes to the TCU program this fall after netting eight goals and 11 assists during her senior season at Alan C. Pope High School in Marietta, Ga. ... Following her senior season she was named team MVP and received the coaches award ... A four-time scholar athlete, she earned four letters during her time in high school and was team captain during her senior season ... She also excelled in the classroom as she was awarded the Danny Bailey Academic.

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Alex Sophomore | Midfielder | Stockton, Calif. | Lincoln HS

Year GP 2008 2 Totals 2

GS 0 0

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Sh 3 3

GW 0 0

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Saw action in two matches during her freshman campaign ... Overall, she collected three shots against Arkansas-Pine Bluff with two of the three coming on goal ... Also played against East Tennessee State on Sept. 14, playing the majority of the second half for the Horned Frogs.

High School

Heading into her senior season at Lincoln High School, Matthews was a two-time all-conference performer, while also being a member of the 2008 National Y League ODP Camp, which is made up of the top US players in the USL Super Y-League ... She helped lead Lincoln to an undefeated San Joaquin Athletic Association championship in 2006 and a first-place league finish her junior season ... Matthews brings a wealth of club experience with her to Fort Worth after playing for the California Cougars, PWSA Pride of Lions 89 and California Rush ... Also an exceptional tennis player, Matthews suffered only four losses in doubles league play at Lincoln, while collecting 32 doubles wins since 2005.

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Alex Sophomore | Defender | Fort Worth, Texas | Nolan Catholic HS

Year GP 2008 18 Totals 18

GS 14 14

G 1 1

A 1 1

2008 Season

Pts. 3 3

Sh 11 11

GW 0 0

4

Mechalske was a key contributor for TCU during her freshman season, while starting 14 games during the 2008 season on the backline ... Overall, played in 18 games in 2008, netting one goal, while dishing out one assist ... Collected her first-career goal at Texas Tech ... Recorded 11 shot attempts on the year and six shots on goal ... Helped TCU post the bestever Goals Against Average (0.81) in school history, while finishing No. 3 in single-season in shutouts.

High School

Mechalske was a four-year letterwinner at Nolan Catholic High School ... She was a fourtime first-team all-state selection and was named TAPPS Defender of the Year in 2007 ... Following her junior season, Mechalske was named to the Dallas Morning News All-Area Super Team ... She was also a four-time all-district selection and was named to the Fort Worth Star Telegram All-Area Super Team for four-straight years ... Mechalske led Nolan Catholic to four state runner-up finishes and was named to the all-tournament squad ... She also excelled on the golf course where she was a four-time all-district selection and led the Vikings to the 2007 state championship ... The Fort Worth native played club ball for the Dallas Sting Soccer Club ... With the Sting, she was a state cup finalist and a regional championship qualifier ... Mechalske was also honored with the State Cup Fair Player Award ... Academically, she was an academic all-state selection and was named the Nolan Catholic Female Athlete of the Year twice.

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Kathleen Sophomore | Midfielder | Bonsall, Calif. | Fallbrook HS

Year GP 2008 0 Totals 0

GS 0 0

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Did not play during the 2008 season due to injury.

Sh 0 0

GW 0 0

15

High School

Mellano was a three-time all-league selection at Fallbrook High School in California ... A two-time All-CIF selection, Mellano netted 40 goals during her high school career ... She was also an accomplished field hockey player, earning all-league honors during both her junior and senior seasons ... Finally, earned MVP her junior season, while earning four letters in soccer.

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Danika Sophomore | Midfielder | San Antonio, Texas | Churchill HS

Year GP 2008 2 Totals 2

GS 0 0

G 0 0

2008 Season

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Sh 2 2

GW 0 0

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Saw action in two matches during the fall, collecting two shots from her midfielder position ... Posted one shot on goal in 2008.

High School

A two-time all-district selection, Powers collected 5A all-state honors during her junior season ... She also earned academic all-district honors her junior season, while recording academic all-state following her senior season ... Powers was her teams leading goal scorer during both her junior and senior season, netting a total of 49 goals at Churchill High School.

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Katie Sophomore | Forward | Quincy, Ill. | Quincy HS

Year GP 2008 19 Totals 19

GS 0 0

G 1 1

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A 2 2

Pts. 5 5

Sh 13 13

GW 0 0

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Provided an energetic boost off the TCU bench during her freshman season, playing in 19 matches, netting one goal and three assists during the fall ... Runyon scored her first career goal against SEC opponent Ole Miss on Aug. 31 ... Recorded assists against Air Force, East Tennessee State and San Diego State ... Posted the game-winning assist in TCU's 2-1 overtime win over San Diego State at the MWC Conference Tournament.

High School

A three-time all-conference performer at Quincy Senior High School, Runyon will don the Purple and White after leading Quincy in scoring and being named to the all-sectional squad in 2007 ... She helped Quincy post back-to-back conference championships and a regional championship performance during her time as a Blue Devil ... She played club ball for Missouri Premier and led them to a runner-up finish in the state championship ... Overall, she earned four letters in soccer and one in tennis during her time at Quincy High School.

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Kaitlyn Sophomore | Defender | Tomball, Texas | Tomball HS

Year GP 2008 10 Totals 10

GS 0 0

G 0 0

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A 1 1

Pts. 1 1

Sh 5 5

GW 0 0

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Shelledy played in 10 matches during the 2008 season ... She was a key contributor for the Horned Frogs off the bench, providing valuable minutes during key times in the fall ... Overall, dished out one assist in 2008, while collecting five shot attempts ... Collected her first collegiate assist against East Tennessee State on Sept. 14.

High School

Shelledy competed at Tomball High School in Tomball, Texas ... She was a two-time letterwinner and a first-team all-district, all-region selection in soccer ... Her sister played soccer at Mississippi State from 2004-2008.

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Chelsey Sophomore | Defender | Hanford, Calif. | Central Valley Christian HS

Year GP 2008 16 Totals 16

GS 7 7

G 1 1

2008 Season

A 1 1

Pts. 3 3

Sh 24 24

GW 0 0

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Became a regular starter in the TCU defensive lineup by the time TCU entered conference play ... Overall, played in 16 matches for the Horned Frogs, while making seven starts ... Netted one goal on the season and assisted on one other ... Scored first career goal against Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... Posted five shot attempts in match against Air Force on Oct. 12.

High School

Wilgenburg came to TCU following an All-American career at Central Valley Christian High School in Calif. ... She was named NCSAA first-team All-American following her senior season and was selected as the ESPN and Visalia Times Delta Player of the Week once ... Wilgenburg was a fourtime first-team all-league selection as well as four-time all-valley selection ... She was also a CIF Central Scholar Athlete runner-up in 2008 and league MVP four-straight years ... Wilgenburg, a four-year letterwinner in soccer, also earned four letters in cross country, garnering four league MVP honors.

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Lauren

ANDREA NORDMANN | THIRD YEAR | COMPLIANCE

Sophomore | goalkeeper | Fort Worth, Texas | Nolan Catholic HS

Year GP GS GA GAA Saves W-L-T 2008 1 0 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 Totals 1 0 0 0.00 0 0-0-0

2008 Season

SO 0 0

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Wysoski saw action in one match during her freshman campaign ... Overall, collected 13 minutes against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Sept. 26, holding the Lions off the scoreboard and to one shot attempt for the match.

High School

Wysoski was a late addition to the TCU roster this fall ... She graduated from Nolan Catholic High School and earned first-team all-state honors during her senior season ... Played club ball for the Fort Worth FC WPSL and was a high school teammate to both Jackie Torda and Alex Mechalske.

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Bethany

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Fr. | Defender | Coto de caza, Calif. | Santa Margarita Catholic

A four-year letterman, Edwards helped lead Santa Margarita Catholic High School to the 2007 Cathedral Catholic Championship as well as the Excalibur tournament finals ... Edwards also helped the Eagles win the Edison Cup and Pacifica tournament ... The defender was selected to the CIF Senior All-Star Team following a senior season in which she recorded one goal and three assists ... She played club soccer for the Southern California Blues and West Coast FC ... With her club squad, the Edwards led the SC Blues to the 2008 Coast Soccer Premier League Championship.

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Fr. | Defender | Laguna Hills, Calif. | Santa Margarita Catholic

Gorham played club soccer for the No. 5 nationally ranked Southern California Blues ... With her club squad, Gorham along with teammate Lauren Edwards led the SC Blues to the 2008 Coast Soccer Premier League Championship ... Helped the SC Blues capture the 2008 Nomads College Showcase Championship ... Was a key part in the Bluesʼ run to a fourth-place finish in the Girls U18 2008 Gold bracket ... Did not play high school soccer.

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Elise

Kristen

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So. | Midfielder | Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. | Cal St. Fullerton

Played in 10 games as a Titan, starting one ... Overall, saw action in six conference matches.

Cal State Fullerton

Was a four-year varsity letter winner for the Mustangs of Trabuco Hills ... Missed her junior year due to injury ... Was an All-Sea View League Second Team as a senior ... Helped the Mustangs to the CIF semifinals in 2005-06 ... Also excelled on the track as she was on the 4x800 relay league championship quartet as a freshman.

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Fr. | Midfielder | Colorado Springs, Colo. | Cheyenne Mountain

Kensinger competed at Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... She was a three-time all-conference and all-state selection for the Indians ... Earned first-team all-state honors in 2008 and 2009 ... Kensinger helped lead Cheyenne Mountain High School to a state championship in 2007 as well as the state semifinals in 2006 and 2008 ... She plays club soccer for the Real Colorado National `90`91, helping them win two Colorado State Cup Championships and appear in two Far West Regional Championships ... Also lettered in basketball twice.

High School

Kaylin

Leigha

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Fr. | Midfielder | Highlands Ranch, Colo. | Thunder Ridge

Leonard competed at Thunder Ridge High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo. ... She earned four letters ... A four-time all-league selection, Leonard collected academic all-state honors following her junior and senior seasons .... Leonard led the Grizzlies in scoring for four-straight years and was a two-time team captain ... She played club soccer for Real Colorado National '90-'91, helping them win three state championships ... Has also helped them compete in two Far West Regionals ... Leonard won a U23 National Championship in 2008, while playing for the Real Colorado U23 team.

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Fr. | Midfielder | San Clemente, Calif. | San Clemente

Mellem helped lead San Clemente to a No. 1 national ranking during her senior year ... Overall, she was part of two straight-league championships, while also helping San Clemente to the regional championship her senior season ... Earned two letters in soccer during her high school career.

High School

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Kira

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Fr. | Goalkeeper | Bonney Lake, Wash. | Bonney Lake

Fr. | Forward/Midfielder | Tyler, Texas | All Saints Episcopal

Bartlett competed for the Washington Premier FC '90 club team ... In club ball, Bartlett led WPFC to the 2008 State Championship as well as the Far West Regional Championship Tournament ... A four-year Washington State Olympic Development Program team member, Bartlett was also selected to the 2008 Region IV ODP Pool ... She earned two letters in soccer during her high school career.

High School

High School

A four-time first team all-state midfielder at All Saints Episcopal ... Miller earned All-East Texas four-straight years ... Miller was a four-time alltournament and all-district selection ... Helped All Saints Episcopal to three Colorado State Cup Championships ... She plays club ball for the Dallas Texans ... Netted 70 goals, while dishing out 74 assists during her high school career ... Miller, a three-time state champion, collected district MVP honors during her senior season, while also being named an academic all-state selection.

Kaitlyn

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Fr. | Defender | Houston, Texas | Bellaire

Reynolds comes to TCU following a solid high school career in which she earned four varsity letters ... Collected all-district honors for fourstraight years and was the leading scorer from 2006 through 2009 ... Netted a total of 78 goals during her high school career, including 29 her senior season.

High School

2009 Pronunciation Guide

Pronunciations THE 2009 N UMERICAL No. Name 1 Kira Michelson-Bartlett 3 Leigha Leonard 4 Alex Mechalske 8 Katie Runyon 9 Jordan Calhoun 11 Lizzy Karoly 12 Michelle Nguyen 15 Kathleen Mellano 17 Kelly Faerber 24 Kaitlyn Shelledy 25 Emma Geyer 28 Nikki Wilbur 30 Hannah Kunnemann 31 Lauren Wysoski 32 Kaylin Mellem 33 Bethany Gorham

Coaching Staff Coach Head Coach Dan Abdalla Associate Head Coach Mark Plakorus

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Pronunciation MICK-el-son LEEAH Ma-Chalk-Ski Run-YUN Cal-HOON CARE-O-lee WIN MA-Lano Far-BURE Shell-EDDY GUY-er Wil-BURE Kunne-MEN WHY-Sauce-SKI MELL-um GOR-UM

ROSTER

Pronunciation Ab-DOLL-a Pla-CORE-us

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Dan FIFTH SEASON | TCU HEAD COACH | GRADUATE OF UNLV

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Fifth season as head coach at TCU Graduated from UNLV, 1997 Bachelor's Degree in Communications Four-year letterwinner at UNLV (1994-97)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Orange County Zodiac, GK UNLV, GK

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MWC Championships - 2001 MWC Offensive POY - 2001 MWC Coach of Year - 2001 MWC Freshman of the Year - 2008 All-Conference Selections - 2000-2005, 2007, 2008

POST SEASON

NCAA Tournament Team - 2001 WUSA Draft Pick MWC Tournament Team - 2005, 2007, 2008

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DAN ABDALLA AND HIS FAMILY

On March 9, 2005, the face of the TCU women's soccer team changed for the first time in the program's history. Dan Abdalla was hired as just the second coach in the team's 19 years of existence. Abdalla came to TCU after five outstanding seasons as the head coach at his alma mater, UNLV.

A dozen Rebels earned all-conference distinction under Abdalla and he mentored the school's only WUSA draft pick. He served as an assistant coach at UNLV for one season before assuming the head coaching duties prior to the start of spring practice in 2000.

In 2006, Abdalla led the Horned Frogs to a 6-8-4 record overall and 1-3-3 mark in the Mountain West Conference. On the year, TCU had three players receive Mountain West Conference Player of the Week honors and one player selected to Soccer Buzz Magazine's All-Freshman Central Regional Team.

In 2001, the Rebels won a school record 12 victories, reaching the Mountain West Conference Tournament championship game for the first time in school history. His 2002 squad reached double figures in wins for the third straight year. In 2003, the Rebels finished with a 9-9-3 record. In addition, Abdalla helped Annii Magliulo become the first Rebel to earn allregion honors.

In his first season as head coach of the Horned Frogs, Abdalla led TCU to its first appearance in the postseason tournament since the 2003 campaign. During his tenure, one player earned second-team all-Mountain West accolades and another was honored as Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week. He finished the season with a 6-11-0 record and a seventh-place finish in conference play, TCU's first in the Mountain West.

In 2007, Abdalla's Horned Frogs shutout a top-25 ranked opponent, appeared on national television for the first time in program history, finished with the most win's overall and in conference play under Abdalla and placed two players on the all-conference squad for the first time in Mountain West play. The Horned Frogs also competed in post-season play for the second time in three years by squaring off against BYU in the first round of the Mountain West Conference tournament on Nov. 7.

Last fall, Abdalla led TCU to a national ranking in every national poll during the season, including a program-high RPI ranking of No. 24. TCU posted a program-best overall record of 14-4-2 in route to a semifinal appearance in the Mountain West Conference Tournament. The Purple and White also placed three players on the all-conference squad, including first-team selection and MWC Freshman of the Year Jordan Calhoun. Under Abdallaʼs tutiledge, Calhoun was named a second-team freshman AllAmerican by Soccer Buzz Magazine, while also being named one of the 32 best players in the country by Soccer News Net. The Horned Frogs under Abdalla in 2008 broke nearly eary school record and finished the year with an overall conference record of 4-2-1.

Abdalla posted an overall record of 54-38-8, for a .580 winning percentage, in his five seasons as the head of the UNLV program. The 34-yearold coach recorded at least a .500 record in each of his five campaigns despite taking over a program that had been in existence for just two years prior to his arrival.

During his tenure at UNLV, Abdalla's squads consistently showed improvement. In his debut as a Division I head coach during the 2000 season, the Rebels posted an 11-9 overall record, including a 7-1 mark at home, their best season record since the program's inception in 1998. Abdalla posted his first collegiate coaching victory on Aug. 25, 2000 with a 3-1 triumph over Cal State Fullerton.

In his final season at UNLV, the Rebels claimed their first Mountain West Conference regular season title with a league mark of 5-1 and wereselected as an at-large team to their first NCAA Tournament. All this came after being picked to finish fourth in the pre-season coaches' poll. The Rebels lost a 1-0 double overtime decision to 21st-ranked San Diego in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to finish the season with a 12-5-2 overall record. The 12 wins matched the school record set in 2001 under Abdalla's direction. Three UNLV players were named to the first-team allconference squad and were members of the Soccer Buzz all-West Region team, led by league Offensive Player of the Year Annii Magliulo. In addition, Abdalla was named the MWC Coach of the Year and was the runnerup for Regional Coach of the Year honors. A four-year letterwinner and starting goalkeeper for the UNLV men's soccer team from 1994-97, Abdalla set a pair of school records during his playing career. He registered 321 saves and nine shutouts over 68 games for an impressive 1.95 goals against average and logged a school-record 101 saves in a season. Abdalla returned to his alma mater in 1999 after a two-year professional stint with the Orange County Zodiac of the A League, an affiliate of Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Galaxy.

The Mission Viejo, Calif., native is a 1997 graduate of UNLV, earning a bachelor's degree in communications. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Fort Worth with their son, Zakary and daughter, Kloe.

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Mark Fifth Year | Associate Head Coach | Graduate of Kansas

Mark Plakorus enters his fifth season on staff with the women's soccer team. He served one season as the director of soccer operations before being promoted to assistant coach in February, 2005. On March 3, 2009, Plakorus was named associate head coach of the TCU Horned Frogs. He holds an 'A' Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation and came to TCU from the University of Tulsa, where he spent a season as an assistant coach for the Golden Hurricane.

In 2008, TCU posted a program-best 14-4-2 record, including a 4-2-1 Mountain West Conference record. Plakorus helped TCU qualify for the semifinals of the Mountain West Conference Tournament. Under Plakorusʼ watch freshman Jordan Calhoun was named the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year as well as being named a second-team All-American by Soccer Buzz Magazine. Last fall, Plakorus had two players named to the all-conference squad as Calhoun collected first-team honors and Lizzy Karoly earned second-team recognition for the second-consecutive season. Under Plakorus, TCU has rewrote nearly every offensive record, including most goals and points scored in a season. The 2007 season saw Plakorusʼ forwards once again shine as Jackie Torda led TCU in goals scored with nine on the year, while Lizzy Karoly was named a second-team all-conference selection. He also helped the Horned Frogs qualify for the Mountain West Conference Tournament. While at Tulsa, Plakorus was responsible for coaching the goalkeepers and defenders. He was also responsible for recruiting and program management, player evaluation and match preparation. In 2004, the Golden Hurricane were semifinalists in the Western Athletic Conference postseason tournament. Before Tulsa, he spent two seasons as an assistant at the University of Iowa, where he was involved with all aspects of the Hawkeye program. His responsibilities included being the team's recruiting coordinator, training of field players and goalkeepers, scouting and match preparations as well as overall program management.

Prior to coaching at Iowa, Plakorus served as an assistant coach at the United States Air Force Academy from 1999-2002. While at Air Force, he was responsible for designing and executing team training as well as midfield/defender play and training of goalkeepers. In addition, Plakorus was in charge of recruiting as well as opponent scouting and match preparations. The Falcons were three-time Mountain West Conference tournament semi-finalists.

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In addition to college soccer, Plakorus has been very involved in youth soccer, serving as Director of Coaching for two clubs as well as leading numerous teams to state cup championships and regional tournament appearances. He has also served on the Region II Olympic Development Program staff as well as coached ODP teams in four different states. Finally, Plakorus was the Director of Montana State ODP as well as the stateʼs licensing instructor. His high school team finished third in the state in only its second year of existence.

As a player, he spent four seasons at the University of Kansas graduating with a degree in computer science. After graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force, serving 11 years and reaching the rank of Major. While in the Air Force, he played for the All Air Force soccer team, a semi-professional indoor team and also was a player/coach for the Colorado Spring Ascent 14 of the United Soccer League (USL) for two years.

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Michelle Seventh Year | Assistant Coach | Graduate of Texas A&M

Michelle Royal is in her seventh season with the Horned Frogs. She joined the TCU staff in the fall of 2003 as the director of soccer operations and was promoted to assistant coach by head coach Dan Abdalla in the spring of 2005. In her time with the Horned Frogs, Royal has helped in numerous capacities. As the director of operations, she was responsible for handling the daily functions of the office. Since her promotion to assistant coach, Royal spends her time on the recruiting trail as well as coaching the team. In 2008, Royal helped the midfielders at TCU rewrite numerous school records. Under her watch, Jackie Torda was named to the MWC AllTournament team, while TCU posted the best overall record in school history with a 14-4-2 record, including a 4-2-1 mark in the Mountain West Conference. Royal also helped TCU qualify for the MWC Tournament, helping the Horned Frogs make the semifinals.

The 2007 season was a successful one as Royal helped senior Angie Nickens garner second-team all-conference honors. TCU also qualified for the MWC Tournament for the second-time in three years. Off the field, Royal has assisted with various North Texas State team selections the past three seasons as well as being a part of the Region 3 ODP Camp Staff in 2007. She currently holds a USSF ʻCʼ License and has helped coach several youth soccer clubs the past six years.

Prior to her arrival at TCU, Royal was a midfielder at Texas A&M. She helped lead the Aggies to four trips to the NCAA Tournament, including an Elite Eight appearance in 2001. She scored five goals and had 11 assists in 66 career games at A&M, while also helping Texas A&M win the Big 12 Tournament in 2001. The 1998 Regional All-Freshmen Team selection, was also a Big 12 Conference Second-Team honoree in 2001. The Arlington, Texas, native is a graduate of Martin High School. Royal earned a degree in Sports Management from Texas A&M in 2003. She graduated with her masters in education at TCU in May of 2005.

Adam Volunteer Assistant | Third Year

Clementson is in his third season as a volunteer assistant at TCU. He joined the TCU staff in 2007 after assisting the University of Bridgeport to its first conference title in school history and a 17-5-2 record.

In 2008, Clementson helped sophomore Kelsey Walters post the lowest Goals Against Average in program history with a .81 GAA. Walters dominated at times last fall, keeping opponents off the scoreboard in seven contests. TCU qualified for the Mountain West Conference Tournament for the second-consecutive season and posted the best overall program record with a 14-4-2 mark and national ranking of 24 throughout the year. At Bridgeport, Clementson was responsible in managing all aspects of the goalkeeping side of the program.

In addition to his collegiate experience, Clementson worked with the English Premier League Club, Newcastle United as an academy goalkeeping coach and scout from 1999-2003. Prior to his work with Newcastle, Clementson was the head goalkeeping coach at East Durham and Houghall Community College from 1999-2001.

Clementson holds a UEFA "B" license and a UEFA "C" license. He is a senior staff coach for SoccerPlus camps and a head staff coach for the Simon Smith Goalkeeping School in Newcastle, England. Clementson played collegiate ball at Central Connecticut State where he was a two-time all-conference goalkeeper. After college he played professionally in Australia and England.

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2009 SUPPORT STAFF Paul

Director of Operations

Davenport is in his first season as TCUʼs Director of Soccer Operations. Prior to TCU, Davenport was a volunteer assistant coach at Texas A&M-Commerce where he graduated from with a sport-management degree in 2008. He holds a 'D' Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation.

Andrea

Associate Athletics Director for Compliance

Andrea Nordmann joined the TCU staff in 2007 as Associate Athletics Director for Compliance.

Nordmann came to the Horned Frogs after serving as the assistant director of compliance for financial aid at the University of Miami (Fla.). She spent six years with the Hurricanes. In June 2003, she was promoted from compliance coordinator to her current position.

A 1993 graduate of Bowling Green State, Nordmann was a member of the Falconʼs womenʼs basketball team. She later played professionally in Belgium. After her playing career ended, Nordmann served two seasons as an assistant womenʼs basketball coach at Central Michigan. She then moved on to Eastern Michigan as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator from 1998-01. She received a Masterʼs of Business Administration from Bowling Green State in 1999.

Matt

Media Relations Contact

Matt Hoover is in his third season as Coordinator of Media Relations at TCU. Hoover came to TCU from South Dakota State University, where he served as a graduate assistant from 2005-07. At TCU, Hoover is the main contact for women's soccer, men's and women's cross country, equestrian and men's and women's track and field.

This past summer, Hooverʼs 2009 Track and Field Media Guide was named the second-best multi-sport guide in the nation by CoSida, while his 2008 womenʼs soccer guide finished as the No. 9 ranked womenʼs soccer media guide in the country. A native of Elkhorn, Neb., Hoover graduated from South Dakota State in 2005 and received his Master's degree in mass communications/journalism two years later in Brookings. At SDSU, Hoover oversaw the Jackrabbits, women's soccer, wrestling, men's and women's tennis, equestrian and men's and women's track and field programs.

Zack

Marketing Contact

Zack Kulesz is in his third year as Assistant Director of Athletics Marketing. In addition to handling marketing for the Lady Frog soccer program, he also serves as the point person for TCU baseball as well as TCU footballʼs pre-game family oriented tailgating area, Frog Alley, while also assisting with womenʼs basketball.

A native of Arlington, Texas, Kulesz graduated from Baylor University in 2005 with a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism/PR. After graduation, he worked for the Kansas City Royals AA affiliate Wichita Wranglers in 2006 as the marketing and media relations associate. He came to TCU from the Atlantic Sun Conference in Macon, Ga., where he was the communications and championships assistant. Kulesz was married to his wife, Lauren, in July of 2008. The couple resides in Arlington.

Kim

Associate Athletics Director/Senior Woman Administrator

Kim Johnson came to TCU in May 2008 as Associate Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator.

Johnson joined the Horned Frogs after working the previous three years at the University of Alabama. She was the assistant director of compliance for two years before being promoted to assistant athletics director. With the Crimson Tide, Johnson's myriad of responsibilities included compliance, eligibility and overseeing the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. She was also the department liaison to the Office of Admissions and Housing and Residential Services.

Prior to arriving in Tuscaloosa in May 2005, Johnson worked one year as the assistant director of compliance at Tulane University. Included among her duties were managing the admissions process for 15 sports and overseeing the financial aid requirements for the NCAA. Johnson is a 2001 graduate of Northwestern University, where she received a degree in communications.

Upon her graduation, Johnson was hired by Northwestern as a compliance assistant. She worked three years at her alma mater before heading to Tulane. Johnson received a Master's of Science degree in human environmental science with a sport management emphasis from Alabama in December 2007.

Chris

Director of Athletic Academic Services

Uchacz joined the TCU Athletic Department staff in June of 2004 and is now entering his sixth year as the Director of the Athletic Academic Services Office.

He is responsible for oversight of all facets of the AASO and its various professional staff who all have a common goal of graduating and maintaining NCAA eligibility for over 450 student-athletes representing 20 Division I-A sport programs. Uchacz is also responsible for the oversight of the Departmental APR, continuing eligibility/NCAA certification, the Summer School/5th Year Aid program, and Housing for all Horned Frog student-athletes.

Prior to arriving at TCU, Uchacz spent the previous five years at The University of Texas-Pan American where he served as the Assistant Athletics Director for Academic Support & Student Services. Prior to working at UTPA Uchacz worked at the University of Illinois as an Academic Advisor overseeing a variety of sports.

Uchacz received an Honors Degree in Physical Education from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario where he competed as a student-athlete in both soccer and crew. He completed a Master's Degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Illinois where he is studying the interrelationship between sport, global culture, and the Internet.

Lauren

Women’s Soccer Trainer

Lauren Crawford is in her third year at TCU after serving a year as assistant athletic trainer at Highland High School in Gilbert, Ariz.

Crawford received her undergraduate degree in athletic training and her masterʼs in secondary education from Northern Arizona University. Crawford has been a certified athletic trainer for two years and passed the Texas licensure in December of 2007.

Other

Compliance - John Cunningham Equipment - Jason Jones Marketing - Evan Spoon Media Relations - Jaime Handy Home Announcer - Jeff Smith Strenghth Training - Dr. David Upton Strenghth Training - Lauara Quigg

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Sports Psychologist - Matt Johnson Sports Psychologist - Dan Freigang Field Management - David Yarbrough Facility Services - Ivan Taskov Broadcasting - Jay Fitzgerald Nutritionist - Amy Goodson

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TCU CHANCELLOR

Dr. Victor TCU Chancellor | TCU’s 10th Chancellor

As Chancellor of Texas Christian University since 2003, Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: providing a world-class, valuescentered university experience for TCUʼs almost 9,000 students. Reflecting his background in higher education administration and the familiarity with undergraduates that comes from teaching a class in the College of Education each year, Chancellor Boschini knows itʼs a 24/7 world for this generation of Horned Frogs. And heʼs determined that TCU maximizes all the opportunities for learning.

Thatʼs why the new Campus Commons is open day and night. With four residence halls, the Brown-Lupton University Union, and soon-to be-completed Scharbauer Hall, an academic facility, the Commons is becoming the center of a vibrant social, cultural and intellectual life for students, faculty and staff. The Campus Commons concept grew from Vision in Action, a major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCUʼs 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action are 10 new living/learning facilities opened in recent years; significant increases in scholarships and financial aid funds; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, resulting in a low 15:1 student/faculty ratio; several endowed chairs and professorships; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College. Underwriting these achievements is The Campaign for TCU, which has raised more than $203 million, 81 percent of its $250 million goal. Chancellor Boschini maintains a high profile in the world of higher education. Last year, as chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), he advocated for 1,000 independent colleges and universities across the nation. As past chair, he continues his work for NAICU, which is often described as “the voice of private higher education.” Chancellor Boschini is also past chair of the Mountain West Conferenceʼs Executive Board and is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT). In spite of these responsibilities, the Chancellor teaches an honors course, A New Paradigm for Leadership, in the College of Education. Itʼs a natural fit since he not only holds the rank of professor of education, but also brings an extensive background in higher education administration to the classroom.

Since TCU is Fort Worthʼs “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation.

Chancellor Boschini and his wife Megan have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, a 2009 graduate, and Mary, a sophomore. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School.

TCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Chairman J. Luther King, Jr. Vice Chairman Clarence Scharbauer III Secretary Karen M. Baker Treasurer Brian G. Gutierrez Term Expires Spring 2010 Allie Beth Allman (Dallas) Brenda A. Cline (Fort Worth) Ronald W. Clinkscale (Fort Worth) Lou Hill Davidson (Washington, DC) Mark L. Johnson (Fort Worth) J. Roger King (Fort Worth) Jerry J. Ray (Austin) Roy C. Snodgrass III (Austin) William E. Steele III (Fort Worth) J. Roger Williams (Fort Worth)

Term Expires Spring 2011 J. Kelly Cox (Midland) Alan D. Friedman (Dallas) Ann M. Jones (Albany) Mary Ralph Lowe (Fort Worth) Matthew K. Rose (Fort Worth) Patricia Penrose Schieffer (Washington, DC) F. Howard Walsh, Jr. (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2012 The late Robert A. Buschman (San Antonio) Marcia Fuller French (Fort Worth) Rafael G. Garza (Fort Worth) Charlie L. Geren (Fort Worth) Nick A. Giachino (Chicago, IL) J. Luther King, Jr. (Dallas) G. Malcolm Louden (Fort Worth) Kit Tennison Moncrief (Fort Worth) Roger A. Ramsey (Houston) Trevor D. Rees-Jones (Dallas) Amy E. Roach (Fort Worth) Joan G. Rogers (Fort Worth) Edgar H. Schollmaier (Fort Worth) Rick L Wittenbraker (Houston) Kimbell Fortson Wynne (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2013 Peter L. Bermont (Miami, FL) John F. Davis III (Dallas) A.R. “Buddy” Dike (Fort Worth) Kenneth J. Huffman (Newtown, PA) Bruce W. Hunt (Dallas) Ronald C. Parker (Dallas) Billy Rosenthal (Fort Worth) Clarence Scharbauer III (Midland) Duer Wagner III (Dallas/Fort Worth) Lissa N. Wagner (Midland) Robert J. Wright (Dallas)

Ex-Officio Members Dani L. Cartwright, Regional Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest (Fort Worth) Christopher D. Curtis, President, TCU Alumni Association (Flower Mound) Colby D. Siratt, Alumni Association Representative (Fort Worth) John Wooldridge, Alumni Association Representative (Houston) www.gofrogs.com

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Dr. Danny TCU Athletics Director | Fifth Year At TCU

Dr. Danny Morrison is in his fifth year as TCU's athletics director.

Morrison, hired on May 19, 2005 by TCU Chancellor Dr. Victor Boschini, previously served four years as commissioner of the Southern Conference. During his first four years at TCU, Morrison has helped usher in the Horned Frogs' Mountain West Conference era. In the 2008-09 athletics season, TCU had 16 of its 20 sports represented in postseason play, including all seven spring sports. A total of 12 sports were nationally ranked. Four conference titles were won with three coaches receiving MWC Coach of the Year honors. With the football team posting a No. 7 ranking in season-ending polls and the baseball team coming within a game of the College World Series, TCU was one of only three schools nationally to have a top-10 football team and a Super Regional baseball team in 2008-09.

Momentum is also evident in the classroom. In the spring 2009 semester, TCU student-athletes posted a cumulative 2.96 grade-point average. It was the highest mark since reporting began in Fall 1998. Thirteen athletic programs recorded a team semester GPA of 3.0 of higher. A total of 81 student-athletes graduated during the 2008-09 academic campaign. Additionally, over 50 percent of student-athletes recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher during the spring semester with 22 student-athletes posting a perfect 4.0.

Teamwork within the athletics department is a staple of what makes TCU special to Morrison. In spring 2009, it enabled the Horned Frogs to be recognized as successful hosts of the NCAA Rifle Championships, an NCAA Baseball Regional and the Mountain West Conference Baseball Championship. TCU has also been awarded the 2010 NCAA Rifle Championships.

Interest in TCU athletics continues, resulting in the top-four years for departmental revenue. Football season-ticket sales have set records in two of the last three seasons, while the baseball program established a new mark for average attendance per home date in 2009. In the fall, the volleyball team set a match attendance record and soccer posted three of its top-five single-game attendance marks. Thanks to the support of the TCU community, Frog Club donations again surpassed the $4 million mark. When combined with giving to TCU in both capital and endowment projects, Frog supporters have contributed over $40 million the last three years with that number reaching nearly $47 million over four years.

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTORS Davis Babb T. Ross Bailey Jack Hesselbrock Kim Johnson Scott Kull Andrea Nordmann FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Rhonda Hatcher ACADEMIC SERVICES Chris Uchacz Broadcasting Brian Estridge Business Management Tommy Love COMPLIANCE Andrea Nordmann Equipment Manager Matt Lewis ISP Sports Office GM Rudy Klancnik Marketing Jason Byrne Media Relations Mark Cohen Spirit Coordinator Lindsay Shoulders

Helping lead the way in the endowment area was Ron Parker and his wife Paula. In 2006, they made a commitment to fully endow an athletic scholarship for the tight end position on the Frog football team. It was the first fully endowed position scholarship for any sport at TCU. Bill Starkey and his wife, Rita, have followed with an endowed scholarship for a defensive back.

Sports Medicine Chris Hall

Work will begin soon on the Jane Justin Soccer Fieldhouse, funded by the Jane and John Justin Foundation, and is scheduled for completion in time for the 2010 season. Also on the immediate horizon is the renovation of the pro shop at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, made possible through a gift from the Friedman family and Mary Potishman Lard Trust. The $13 million Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, located in the south end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium, opened in Fall 2008. Primary donors included Dick Lowe, Hunter Enis, Four Sevens Oil Company, Tex Moncrief, Duer Wagner III, Luther King, John Roach and the Amon G. Carter Foundation. The facility features six suites, 255 club seats, meeting and hospitality rooms, and an increased academic area for TCU student-athletes. This past spring, an estate gift from Paul Sorrels enabled four patios to be constructed for the enjoyment of baseball fans at Lupton Stadium.

Ticket Office Sean Conner

The momentum from the gifts by the Parkers and Starkeys extend into continued facility improvements at TCU.

Upgrading facilities remain a focus for the future. Clarence Scharbauer is chairman of the Amon G. Carter Stadium committee examining various alternatives and options for the historical stadium. The Amon G. Carter Foundation has provided a lead commitment of $15 million for the renovations. In addition, Malcolm Louden is leading an effort for an Olympic Building and golf practice facility to be located adjacent to Lupton Stadium and the Lowdon Track and Field Complex. Architectural planning is underway for both the stadium and Olympic complex projects. Morrison attended Wofford, where he lettered four years in basketball and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics. He obtained a Master of Education degree in administration and supervision from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1981, and a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of South Carolina in 2000. Morrison and his wife, Peggy, have two children: Trey, a graduate of the University of South Carolina, and Meg, who received her degree from Wofford.

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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

FORT WORTH, Texas - Freshman Jordan Calhoun and junior Lizzy Karoly each netted two goals as the TCU women's soccer program blanked 2007 NCAA Qualifier Stephen F. Austin 5-0 at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium Friday night.

Karoly, a junior from Escondido, Calif., put TCU on the board five minutes into the match off an assist from Jackie Torda. Karoly split two Ladyjack defenders and drilled a shot into the back of the net past SFA's Crystin Pactor. In the 11th minute of the match, freshman Jordan Calhoun increased the Horned Frog's lead, netting a goal off an assist from Torda. Right before the half, Calhoun connected on her second goal of the night, this time off an assist from senior midfielder Caroline Starns.

GAME NO. 2

XAVIER

FORT WORTH, Texas - Jordan Calhoun netted two goals as the Horned Frogs downed Xavier, 3-0, Friday night at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. The freshman put TCU on the board in the 17th minute of the match, blasting a shot past the outstretched arms of Musketeer goalkeeper Kelly Farrell off an assist by Jackie Torda.

Calhoun would up the TCU lead right before the half, notching her fourth goal of the season off a header from Alex Mechalske. The Norman, Okla., native took the pass from Mechalske and hit a turning half-volley into the back of the net as time expired.

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GAME NO. 5

OLE MISS

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Following a goal by UM's Hannah Weatherly, freshman Katie Runyon netted her first career goal from inside the box. The Illinois native first hit the crossbar from the right hand side of the box and then followed the ricochet, booming the ball past DeNova.

The Frogs, who came into the contest ranked in the Central Region, held a 20-6 advantage over the Lumberjacks in total shots, including a 10-4 margin in shots on goal. The Purple and White also posted seven corner kicks while blanking the Lumberjacks for the entire 90 minutes.

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU battled Southeastern Conference opponent Ole Miss to a 2-2 draw on Sunday afternoon at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

A minute later, freshman Jordan Calhoun tied the game at 2-2 off an assist from sophomore Chelsea Cody. Calhoun has now netted five goals on the season and scored goals in three-consecutive matches.

GAME NO. 4

ARIZONA STATE

TEMPE, Ariz. - TCU downed Arizona State, 1-0, on Friday night in Tempe.

Freshman Jordan Calhoun scored the matches lone goal in the 20th minute off an assist from Lizzy Karoly. For the match, Calhoun posted four shots, including three on goal. TCU recorded six shot attempts in a tough faught contest. Goalkeeper Kelsey Walters was solid between the posts as she saved five shot attempts and held the Sun Devils scoreless for the entire contest.

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The TCU women's soccer team improved its record to 4-0-1 during the 2008 campaign as the Horned Frogs posted a 1-0 victory over the University of Northern Arizona.

After a scoreless first half of action, the Frogs got their first and only goal of the game when Caroline Starns connected on a shot to the back of the net in the 64th minute to give the Purple and White a 1-0 lead.

GAME NO. 6

RICE

FORT WORTH, Texas - Sophomore Jackie Torda netted the game-winning goal off an assist from Cheryl Martin in the second overtime period to upend Rice, 2-1, Friday at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. The goal came with 1:17 left in the final overtime frame. TCU matched the Owls as Lizzy Karoly deflected a free kick from Katie Taylor from about 30 yards out. Taylor sent a diving ball into the box and Karoly slid in to tie the match in the 77th minute, 1-1.

The two clubs gave the crowd at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium an exciting show in the bonus frames, narrowly missing numerous scoring chances.

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GAME NO. 8

EAST TENNESSEE ST.

ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF

Overall, TCU tallied four of its seven goals in the first half. The Horned Frogs' seven goals were the most ever by a Purple and White squad in a single game under head coach Dan Abdalla, while Karoly's three goals on the day tied her for third all-time in goals scored by an individual in a single match. Finally, 25 different Horned Frogs saw action on Sunday against the Buccaneers.

Jordan Calhoun put TCU on the board early in the match, finding the back of the net off assists from Lizzy Karoly and Caroline Starns. The goal was Calhoun's ninth of the year. In the 13th minute,

FORT WORTH, Texas - Junior Lizzy Karoly netted a hat trick on Sunday as TCU upended East Tennessee State, 7-0, at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

Karoly put TCU on the board four minutes into the contest off an assist by Chelsea Cody. Jackie Torda looked to have increased the lead to 2-0 early in the match, but watched as her shot hit the post in the 14th minute.

GAME NO. 8

TEXAS

FORT WORTH, Texas - Jordan Calhoun netted her eighth goal of the season, but it wasn't enough as TCU dropped a 2-1 double overtime contest to No. 7 Texas Friday night in front of 2,161 spectators at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

Following a goal by the Longhorns Kylie Doniak, junior Lizzy Karoly tried to tie the match at 1-1 in the 45th minute, but watched as her shot was saved by Texas goalkeeper Dianna Pfenninger right before the break. TCU came out of halftime firing on all cylinders as Calhoun found the back of the net off an assist by Jackie Torda.

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU outshot Arkansas-Pine Bluff 57-1 on Friday night, downing the Lady Lions, 60, at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

Michelle Nguyen increased the Horned Frog lead off an assist by Karoly.

Overall, TCU played a total of 24 players Friday night, including all three goalkeepers. The Horned Frog defense didn't allow UAPB to get off a shot attempt until 28th minute of the match.

GAME NO. 10

GAME NO. 11

NEW MEXICO

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Jordan Calhoun found the back of the net twice on Sunday to lead TCU to a 3-1 conference victory over New Mexico at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. With her two goals, the freshman moved into No. 2 all-time in goals scored in a single season in TCU history. Calhoun's 11 goals on the year is the best mark by any player under Abdalla and currently sits as the top mark in the Mountain West Conference in 2008. Calhoun put TCU on the board in the 20th minute of the match, putting a half volley into the net off an assist by Lizzy Karoly. For the contest, Calhoun posted four shots on goal and two goals, while Torda recorded two shots and one assist.

GAME NO. 12

TEXAS - SAN ANTONIO

WYOMING

Following a free kick by Chelsea Cody in which several Horned Frogs had a chance to beat UTSA, Karoly netted her eighth goal of the season, heading the ball between the posts off a deflection.

Calhoun looked to have put the Horned Frogs on the board early in the contest, but had her shot saved by Cowgirl goalkeeper Jamie Scarcliff.

SAN ANTONIO - Lizzy Karoly and Jackie Torda netted first half goals to lead TCU to a 2-1 victory over Texas-San Antonio Sunday afternoon at the UTSA Recreational Sports Complex.

Torda increased the lead to 2-0 in the 28th minute, dropping a shot into the goal from about 25 yards out off an assist by Cody.

LARAMIE, Wyo. - Jordan Calhoun posted five shots on Friday, but it wasn't enough as No. 29 TCU dropped a 1-0 conference match to Wyoming at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex.

In the 29th minute, freshman Alex Mechalske blasted a shot from the left side of the box, but watched as her shot sailed just wide of the goal. With the loss, TCU moved to 9-2-1 overall.

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GAME NO. 15

AIR FORCE

UTAH

Following the break, TCU came out firing on all cylinders as the Horned Frogs used Chelsey Wilgenburg, Courtney Johnson, Kelly Faerber, Kaitlyn Shelledy, Michelle Nguyen, Katie Runyon and Kaylie Garcia to ignite the TCU attack. Overall, the Purple and White fired the first 10 shots of the half. Caroline Starns, a senior from Arlington, evened the score at 1-1 in the 61st minute, heading the ball past the Air Force keeper off an assist by Runyon.

In the 59th minute of the match, freshman Jordan Calhoun, a Norman, Okla., native, fired the ball past Turpen to give TCU the 1-0 lead in the match. On the play, senior Caroline Starns connected on a shot from the right side of the box, but the ball deflected off Turpen and Calhoun was there to put the ball into the back of the net.

USAFA, Colo. - TCU scored three second half goals to down Air Force 3-1 at the Cadet Soccer Stadium on Sunday.

Three minute later, freshman Jordan Calhoun connected on her 12th goal of the season from 10 yards out to give TCU the 2-1 lead off a pass from Chelsea Cody

GAME NO. 14

BYU

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU outshot BYU 21-18 for the match, including 12-8 in the second half, but it wasn't enough as the Horned Frogs dropped a heartbreaking 1-0 contest Thursday afternoon in front of the fourth-largest crowd in Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium history.

TCU, who pressured the Cougar defense for most of the day, came out of the gates on the attack as freshman Jordan Calhoun fired a shot from the right side of the box 19 minutes into the match. On the play, Calhoun got behind the BYU defense and looked to play the ball into the back of the net, but just missed the goal.

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FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU netted two second half goals to upend Utah on Saturday night 2-0 at GarveyRosenthal Soccer Stadium.

In the 84th minute, Cheryl Martin, a defender from Las Vegas, netted her second goal of the season, heading the ball into the goal off a corner kick by Taylor to give the Horned Frogs the 2-0 victory in front of 1,746 people, which is the fourth-largest attendance in stadium history.

GAME NO. 16

GAME NO. 17

TEXAS TECH

LUBBOCK, Texas - Junior Lizzy Karoly posted a goal and an assist on Sunday afternoon to lead TCU to a 3-2 victory over Texas Tech at the John Walker Complex. Alex Mechalske, a defender from Fort Worth, beat Texas Tech in the 49th minute. The goal marked Mechalske's first career goal in a Horned Frog uniform.

Freshman Jordan Calhoun tied the match up 7 seconds later, netting her 14th goal of the season off another deflected shot in the box.

Karoly would give TCU its first lead in the match in the 61st minute off an assist by Kaylie Garcia.

GAME NO. 18

UNLV

SAN DIEGO STATE

Jackie Torda netted the equalizer in the 84th minute of the second half, scoring off an assist by Kaylie Garcia. On the play, Garcia took the ball on the right side of the box and sent a bending ball back to Torda who headed it past UNLV.

Midway through the second half, Jackie Torda fired a shot from 25 yards out, but it sailed wide of the goal. Following a free kick by Katie Taylor that hit the crossbar, Nikki Wilbur rebounded the shot and beat SDSU to tie the match at 1-1 in the 60th minute.

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU and UNLV battled to a 1-1 double overtime draw on Friday night in front of 1,239 spectators at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.

The Horned Frogs recorded two more chances in the final overtime period, but couldn't find the back of the net to bring the final score to 1-1.

SAN DIEGO - Lizzy Karoly, a California native, netted the game-winner in the second half to lead TCU to a 2-1 victory over San Diego State at the SDSU Sports Deck on Friday afternoon.

Five minutes later, Karoly followed her own shot and turned to her right from about 16 yards out, striking the ball into the top half of the net past SDSU.

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GAME NO. 19

SAN DIGEO STATE

LAS VEGAS - Jackie Torda netted the game-winner in overtime off an assist by Katie Runyon to give TCU a 2-1 victory over San Diego State in opening-round action at the Mountain West Conference Tournament on Wednesday. Following the 15-minute intermission, SDSU tied the match at 1-1 when Cat Walker got behind the Horned Frog defense and beat keeper Kelsey Walters from the left side of the box.

Sophomore Jackie Torda fired right back as she connected on two-consecutive shot's, but watched as the ball sailed high of the goal on two-consecutive trips down the field. Runyon, a freshman from Quincy, Ill., tried one last time to put the Purple and White ahead in regulation, but her shot with 10 seconds to go in the period was saved by Yount to force overtime.

The Horned Frogs connected on two shots during the first overtime before Torda gave TCU its first win in post-season play in program history under head coach Dan Abdalla in the 98th minute of the match. On the play, Katie Taylor sent a ball deep into the SDSU box, but it deflected off an Aztec defender before Runyon was able to send the ball to Torda, who laid in it past SDSU to secure the victory. TCU, who controlled the ball for most of the match, out-shot San Diego State, 17-8, including 3-0 during the overtime session. On offense, Torda led the Horned Frogs with four shots and one goal, while Wilgenburg posted three shots on the day.

GAME NO. 20

UTAH

LAS VEGAS - Lizzy Karoly netted a goal in the 89th minute of the match to send the game into overtime, but it wasn't enough as TCU dropped a 2-1 overtime decision to Utah on Thursday in semifinal action at the Mountain West Conference Tournament. In a back and fourth match early on, sophomore Jackie Torda tried to connect from the middle of the field off a cross, but watched as her shot sailed wide of the goal. Torda came right back 10 minutes later, but had her shot blocked a Utah defender.

It appeared as if Lizzy Karoly netted her 11th goal of the season off a deflected shot by Jordan Calhoun late in the half, but the tandem was called for offsides in the box and the goal was taken off the board to keep the score at 0-0 entering the halftime break. Coming out of the half, Katie Taylor served a ball into the box off a free kick, but Karoly wasn't able to handle the pass and headed the ball over the goal. In the 60th minute, Karoly made a run off a beautiful ball through the Utah defense by Kaylie Garcia, but the junior's shot just missed the right side of the goal to keep the score even at 0-0.

Karoly, a junior from California, netted the equalizer in the 89th minute, beating Rogers off assists by Taylor and Caroline Starns. On the play, the junior slid into the box from about 15 yards out toeing the ball into the lower right corner of the goal past Rogers to send the match into overtime.

Utah needed just 25 seconds to secure the victory during the extra session. The match's deciding goal came by an own goal. On the play, the Utes took the opening touch and dribbled the length of the field before Lauren Hair crossed the ball into the box. TCU tried to clear the ball, but it took an unfortunate bounce off a Horned Frog defender into the back of the net to give Utah the hard-fought victory. Overall, TCU was led on offense by Karoly and Taylor, who both recorded three shots apiece, respectively. On defense, Walters posted three saves, while Rogers had two on the day.

With the loss, TCU moved to 14-4-2 on the year, while Utah improved to 11-8-2 overall and avenged its earlier loss to the Frogs this fall.

Utah got on the board in the 63rd minute of the match when Katy Reineke beat Kelsey Walters on a penalty kick. Taylor came right back a little bit later firing a free kick into the box, but Utah keeper Emalee Rogers came up with the save to keep TCU off the board. Late the match, Chelsey Wilgenburg blasted a shot in the 73rd minute from the left side of the field, but the ball sailed to the side of the net to keep the score at 1-0 in favor of the Utes.

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2008 SEASON REVIEW Individual Stats ## Name 11 Lizzy Karoly 19 Jackie Torda 9 Jordan Calhoun 23 Chelsey Wilgenburg 5 Katie Taylor 10 Chelsea Cody 2 Kaylie Garcia 7 Caroline Starns 12 Michelle Nguyen 28 Nikki Wilbur 16 Cheryl Martin 8 Katie Runyon 4 Alex Mechalske 17 Kelly Faerber 24 Kaitlyn Shelledy 25 Emma Geyer 22 Alex Matthews 18 Courtney Johnson 27 Teryn Kaldheim 20 Danika Powers 21 Lindsay Holmes 30 Hannah Kunnemann 00 Kayde Bowman 31 Lauren Wysoski 3 Julia Slater 0 Kelsey Walters Total Opponents

GP-GS 20-20 20-16 20-20 16-7 19-16 17-16 19-7 20-18 19-4 20-20 20-20 19-0 18-14 11-3 10-0 10-2 2-0 9-2 2-0 2-0 15-15 2-0 2-0 1-0 6-0 20-20 20 20

G 11 5 15 1 1 0 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 17

A 7 4 2 1 6 5 4 8 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 45 12

Goalkeeping Stats ## Name 00 Kayde Bowman 31 Lauren Wysoski 0 Kelsey Walters TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS 2-0 1-0 20-20 0:00 20 20

Minutes 50:40 12:58 1817:11 ---1880:49 1880:49

Pts 29 14 32 3 8 5 8 14 6 4 5 5 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 139 46

Sh 69 64 60 24 23 23 22 22 20 19 16 13 11 7 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 414 237

Shot% .159 .078 .250 .042 .043 .000 .091 .136 .150 .105 .125 .077 .091 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .114 .072

SOG 35 27 36 6 9 5 9 8 7 5 5 6 6 4 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 176 103

GA 0 0 17 0 17 47

Avg 0.00 0.00 0.84 0.00 0.81 2.25

Saves 0 0 79 7 86 129

Pct .000 .000 .823 1.000 .835 .733

2008 Soccer Schedule Opponent Result SOG% GW PK-ATT Date 8/22/08 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 .507 4 0-1 8/29/08 Xavier W, 3-0 .422 3 0-0 8/31/08 Ole Miss T, 2-2 (2OT) .600 6 0-0 9/05/08 at Arizona State W, 1-0 .250 0 0-0 9/07/08 at Northern Arizona W, 1-0 .391 0 0-0 9/12/08 Rice W, 2-1 (2OT) .217 0 0-0 9/14/08 East Tennessee State W, 7-0 .409 0 0-0 9/19/08 Texas L, 1-2 (2OT) .364 1 0-0 9/26/08 Arkansas - Pine Bluff W, 6-0 .350 0 0-0 9/28/08 at Texas-San Antonio W, 2-1 .263 0 0-0 10/05/08 New Mexico W, 3-1 .312 0 0-0 10/10/08 at Wyoming L, 0-1 .462 0 0-0 10/12/08 at Air Force W, 3-1 .545 0 0-0 10/16/08 BYU L, 0-1 .571 0 0-0 10/18/08 Utah W, 2-0 .400 0 0-0 10/24/08 UNLV T, 1-1 (2OT) .000 0 0-0 10/26/08 at Texas Tech W, 3-2 .667 0 0-0 10/31/08 at San Diego State W, 2-1 1.000 0 0-0 Mountain West Conference Tournament .500 0 0-0 11/05/08 vs. San Diego State W, 2-1 (OT) .500 0 0-0 11/06/08 vs. Utah L, 1-2 (OT) .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 2008 Soccer Honors .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 Mountain West Conference .000 0 0-0 Best School Record in Program History .425 14 0-1 14-4-2 (MWC Tournament Semifinalist Team) .435 4 2-2 MWC All-Conference Selections Jordan Calhoun, Lizzy Karoly, Katie Taylor W L T Sho 0 0 0 0 MWC Conference Freshman of the Year 0 0 0 0 Jordan Calhoun 14 4 2 5 0 0 0 2 Seven MWC Conference Players of the Week 14 4 2 7 Lizzy Karoly (3), Jordan Calhoun 2 14 2 2 Caroline Starns, Kelsey Walters, Cheryl Martin

The 2008 Season | 14-4-2 Overall | MWC Semifinals | No. 24 RPI Ranking

Two MWC All-Tournament Team Selections Lizzy Karoly, Jackie Torda National Awards Jordan Calhoun

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Soccer Buzz Second-Team Freshman All-American Soccer Buzz Second-Team All-Central Region Soccer Buzz All-Freshman Central Region Top Drawer Soccer Second Team All-Rookie Soccer News Net National Player of the Year Finalist NSCAA Third-Team All-Central Region Selection

Academics 16 Academic All-MWC Honorees NSCAA Team Academic Award

2008 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Team Lizzy Karoly

CoSida/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Lizzy Karoly, Kelsey Walters Jackie Torda, Cheryl Martin Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Michelle Nguyen

Team Rankings Ranked In All National Polls During Year RPI - No. 24 Soccer Buzz - No. 28 Soccer America - No. 29 NSCAA - No. 29 Top Drawer Soccer - No. 29

National Statistics No. 29 - Ranking in Won/Lost % Nationally No. 18 - Scoring Team in the Country No. 19 - Jordan Calhoun in Goals Per Game

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ANGIE NICKENS | LED TCU IN MINUTES PLAYED IN 2007

GOALS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 GOALS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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Sarah Campbell 14 Christi Brewton 6 Jennifer Cook/Jane Freese 5 Kim Champney/Jamie Wolf 5 Jamie Wolf 9 Five with 2 Jennifer Thompson 11 Lisa Wells 8 Jennifer Thompson 7 Angela Garrett 9 Sarah Suess 9 Jill Cook 11 Allison Calleri 7 Four with 4 Sherry Dick 11 Laura Greenberg 8 Nicole Carman 5 Amy Van Zandt 7 Jessi Moore 10 Bjarnveig Birgisdottir 5 Lizzy Karoly 6 Jackie Torda 9 Jordan Calhoun 15 AGAINST AVERAGE Suzanne McGown Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Stephanie Seagraves Courtney Petrie Carrie Walsh Adrianne Labovitz Keith-Ann Wagner Shannon Wagner Shannon Wagner Ruth DeJong Katy Buchanan Lindsay White Katy Buchanan Katy Buchanan Kelsey Walters Kelsey Walters

1.95 1.83 1.04 1.58 2.25 1.49 1.71 2.64 1.80 2.38 2.54 2.00 1.52 1.45 1.55 1.80 2.39 1.37 1.81 1.55 1.38 1.35 .84

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ASSISTS 1986 Sarah Campbell 1987 Sarah Campbell 1988 Libby Tappan 1989 Lynn Jones 1990 Cindy Rappe 1991 Susie Honolka 1992 Susie Honolka/C. Jackson 1993 Susie Honolka 1994 Four with 1995 Jennifer Thompson 1996 Allison Calleri 1997 Jill Cook 1998 Jill Cook 1999 Jenn Coulson 2000 Tiffany Goetz 2001 Crystal Pratz 2002 Brianne Yeary 2003 Karissa Hill 2004 Jessi Moore 2005 Caroline Starns 2006 Michelle Nguyen 2007 Michelle Nguyen 2008 Caroline Starns SAVES 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

N/A Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Beth Wilson Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Michelle Davies Stephanie Seagraves Courtney Petrie Carrie Walsh Keith-Ann Wagner Keith-Ann Wagner Shannon Wagner Adrianne Labovitz Ruth DeJong Katy Buchanan Lindsay White Katy Buchanan Katy Buchanan Kelsey Walters Kelsey Walters

6 5 8 4 6 2 3 4 2 3 7 4 5 5 5 6 4 4 6 4 3 6 8 115 159 157 95 81 57 70 101 62 67 92 65 92 116 55 101 46 42 87 81 89 79

POINTS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Sarah Campbell Sarah Campbell Libby Tappan Kim Champney Cindy Rappe Susie Honolka Jennifer Thompson Lisa Wells Jennifer Thompson Angela Garrett Sarah Suess Jill Cook Allison Calleri Jenn Coulson Sherry Dick Laura Greenberg Elizabeth Walsh Amy Van Zandt Jessi Moore Bjarnveig Birgisdottir Lizzy Karoly Jackie Torda Jordan Calhoun

MINUTES PLAYED 1986 Suzanne McGown 1987 Maribeth Forrest 1988 Maribeth Forrest 1989 Maribeth Forrest 1990 Beth Wilson 1991 Michelle Davies 1992 Michelle Davies 1993 Michelle Davies 1994 Michelle Davies 1995 Emmy Tekell 1996 Courtney Petrie 1997 Carrie Walsh 1998 Keith-Ann Wagner 1999 Keith-Ann Wagner 2000 Shannon Wagner 2001 Shannon Wagner 2002 Ruth DeJong 2003 Katy Buchanan 2004 Lindsay White 2005 Katy Buchanan 2006 Katy Buchanan 2007 Angie Nickens 2008 Kelsey Walters

20 17 12 10 20 6 23 18 16 18 24 26 18 13 23 16 8 17 26 12 14 21 32 1,290 1,425 1,560 1,591 1,100 1,508 1,265 1,570 1,504 1,000 1,384 1,892 992 1,489 1,794 850 1,655 1,317 897 1,391 1,365 1,758 1,817

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Single Season/Game

Records JORDAN CALHOUN | ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON GOALS

GOALS 15 14 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 9

Jordan Calhoun Sarah Campbell Lizzy Karoly Sherry Dick Jill Cook Jennifer Thompson Jessi Moore Jackie Torda Jamie Wolff Sarah Suess

2008 1986 2008 2000 1997 1992 2004 2007 1990 1996

Goals Against Average 0.84 Kelsey Walters 1.04 Maribeth Forrest 1.07 Kelsey Vross 1.10 Christina Bobb 1.35 Kelsey Walters 1.37 Katy Buchanan 1.38 Katy Buchanan 1.49 Michelle Davies 1.52 Adrianne Labovitz 1.55 Katy Buchanan

2008 1988 2006 2002 2007 2003 2006 1991 1998 2005

ASS ISTS 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

Caroline Starns Libby Tappan Lizzy Karoly Allison Calleri Katie Taylor Jessi Moore Crystal Pratz Michelle Nguyen Cindy Rappe Chelsea Cody

2008 1988 2008 1996 2008 2004 2001 2007 1990 2008

SAVES 159 157 116 115 101 92 89 87 81 81

Maribeth Forrest Maribeth Forrest Shannon Wagner Maribeth Forrest Ruth DeJong Carrie Walsh Kelsey Walters Katy Buchanan Katy Buchanan Michelle Davies

1988 1989 2000 1987 2002 1997 2007 2005 2006 1991

POINTS 34 32 29 26 26 25 24 23 21 20

Sarah Campbell Jordan Calhoun Lizzy Karoly Jessi Moore Jill Cook Lynn Jones Sarah Suess Sherry Dick Jackie Torda Cindy Rappe

1986 2008 2008 2004 1997 1986 1996 2000 2007 1990

SHUTOUTS 8 Maribeth Forrest 6 Shannon Wagner 5 Kelsey Walters 5 Carrie Walsh 5 Maribeth Forrest 5 Katy Buchanan 4 Adrianne Labovitz 3 Kelsey Walters 3 Katy Buchanan 3 Katy Buchanan

1988 2000 2008 1997 1989 2003 1998 2007 2006 2005

Single Gam e Records Three Goals In A Game Player Lizzy Karoly Jackie Torda Lauren Pope Jill Cook Ashley Richmond Kristen Cathey Sherry Dick Two Goals In A Game Player Lizzy Karoly Jordan Calhoun Michelle Nguyen Jessi Moore Laura Greenberg Jessi Moore Amy Van Zandt Nicole Carman Sherry Dick Ali Schloegel Multi Goal Assists In A Game Player Jordan Calhoun Lizzy Karoly Kaylie Garcia Michelle Nguyen Caroline Starns Jessi Moore Ashley Fortune Amy Van Zandt Jenny Swanson Tiffany Goetz Andrea Smith Jackie Torda

Horned Frog Game records GOALS SCORED - INDIVIDUAL 5 Ashlee Richmond Sept. 7, 1996 4 Kristen Cathey Sept. 5, 1993 3 Jackie Torda Oct. 3, 2007 3 Lizzy Karoly Sept. 14, 2008 3 Lauren Pope Sept. 3, 2006

GOALS SCORED- TEAM 13 McNeese State Sept. 7, 11 Oral Roberts Oct. 19, 10 @ Arkansas Oct. 23, 9 Stephen F. Austin Sept. 20, 9 Northwestern State Sept. 15,

1996 1993 1986 1997 1996

SAVES - INDIVIDUAL 30 Maribeth Forrest 19 Maribeth Forrest 16 Michelle Davies 15 Stephani Seagraves 14 Ruth DeJong

Sept. 11, Sept. 14, Sept. 5, Oct. 29, Sept. 6,

1988 1989 1994 1995 2002

ATTENDENCE - HOME GAMES 2,248 Texas A&M Aug. 27, 2005 2,161 Texas Sept. 19, 2008 2,053 Notre Dame Sept. 8, 2006 1,746 Utah Oct. 18, 2008 1,580 BYU Oct. 16, 2008

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Records

THE 2008 TEAM | BROKE ALMOST EVERY RECORD AT TCU

Team Records Goals Year Gms G 2008 20 47 1997 21 43 1993 18 42 1996 20 41 1992 19 37

A 45 18 17 31 10

Pts. 139 104 101 113 84

Record 14-4-2 10-11-0 8-9-1 7-13-0 9-7-3

Assists Year Gms 2008 20 1996 20 1999 20 1998 20 2003 19

G 47 41 30 29 22

A 45 31 26 23 22

Pts. 139 113 86 81 66

Record 14-4-2 7-13-0 9-11-0 9-11-0 9-8-2

Points Year Gms 2008 20 1996 20 1997 21 1993 18 1990 21

G 47 41 43 42 34

A 45 31 18 17 20

Pts. 139 113 104 101 88

Record 14-4-2 7-13-0 10-11-0 8-9-1 6-13-2

Goals Against Average Year Min Sv G GAA 2008 1,880 129 17 0.81 1988 1,560 159 18 1.04 2006 1,700 95 25 1.32 1999 1,817 105 30 1.49 2003 1,768 79 30 1.53

Sho Record 7 14-4-2 8 11-5-1 5 6-8-4 6 10-9-1 6 9-8-2

Shutouts Year Min 1998 1,560 2008 1,880 2003 1,768 2000 1,864 1998 1,850

Sv 159 129 79 124 120

G 18 17 30 20 44

GAA 1.04 0.81 1.53 1.69 2.14

Sho Record 8 11-5-1 7 14-4-2 6 9-8-2 6 10-9-1 6 9-11-0

Saves Year Min 1988 1,560 1989 1,620 1990 1,820 1987 1,650 1995 1,890

Sv 159 157 154 138 130

G 18 28 58 41 53

GAA 1.04 1.56 2.87 2.24 2.52

Sho Record 8 11-5-1 5 9-10-0 6 6-13-2 4 10-9-2 2 8-12-1

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Career Records Goals 24 Sarah Campbell 1986-89 22 Lizzy Karoly 2006-Present 22 Jennifer Thompson 1992-95 21 Jamie Wolff 1989-92 18 Allison Calleri 1996-99 17 Jill Cook 1997-98 16 Jessie Moore 2003-04 16 Lisa Wells 1992-94 15 Jordan Calhoun 2008-Present 14 Jackie Torda 2007-Present Assists 18 17 14 12 12 11 11 10 10 9

Allison Calleri Sarah Campbell Tiffany Goetz Libby Tappan Caroline Starns Lizzy Karoly Crystal Pratz Sarah Suess Jenny Swanson Jessi Moore

1996-99 1986-89 1998-01 1987-89 2005-09 1996-Present 1998-01 1993-96 2000-03 2003-04

Points 75 55 54 51 43 43 41 37 36 35

Sarah Campbell 1986-89 Lizzy Karoly 2006-Present Allison Calleri 1996-99 Jennifer Thompson 1992-95 Jill Cook 1997-98 Jamie Wolff 1989-92 Jessi Moore 2003-04 Laura Greenberg 2001-04 Sara Suess 1993-96 Jackie Torda 2007-Present

Goals Against Average 1.10 Kelsey Walters 2007-Present 1.58 Maribeth Forrest 1987-90 1.61 Katy Buchanan 2003-06 1.63 Shannon Wagner 2000-01 1.78 Adrianne Labovitz 1998-01 1.78 Kelsey Vross 2006-07 1.85 Keith-Ann Wagner 1998-99 1.91 Michelle Davies 1991-94 1.99 Carrie Walsh 1997-98 2.14 Danielle Shaver 1992-95

Saves 490 309 232 168 157 156 95 92 67 62

Maribeth Forrest 1987-90 Michelle Davies 1991-94 Katy Buchanan 2003-06 Kelsey Walters 2007-Present Keith-Ann Wagner 1998-99 Shannon Wagner 2000-01 Beth Wilson 1990 Carrie Walsh 1997 Emmy Tekell 1995-96 Adrianne Labovitz 1999-01

Shutouts 18 Maribeth Forrest 1987-90 11.5 Michelle Davies 1991-94 11 Katy Buchanan 2003-06 8 Kelsey Walters 2007-Present 6.5 Shannon Wagner 2000-01 6 Keith-Ann Wagner 1998-99 5 Carrie Walsh 1997 3 Lindsay White 2004-05 2 Kelsey Vross 2006-07 2 Stephanie Seagraves 1995 Most Minutes In Goal 5,847 Michelle Davies 1991-94 5,296 Maribeth Forrest 1987-90 4,351 Katy Buchanan 2003-06 3,213 Kelsey Walters 2007-Present 2,645 Shannon Wagner 2000-01 2,481 Keith-Ann Wagner 1998-99 1,655 Ruth DeJong 2002 1,384 Courtney Petrie 1996 1,225 Emmy Tekell 1995-96 948 Adrianne Labovitz 1999-01 • Were taken from TCU records during the summer of 2009

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• If you see any record keeping that is incorrect or is not listed please do not hesitate to email Matt Hoover at m.hoover@tcu.edu

• Special thanks to Ben Biefnes for your help in compiling lists during the summer

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TCU WOMEN’S SOCCER ALL-TIME HONORS All-Conference First Team 1995 Angela Garrett (SWC) 1996 Sarah Suess (WAC) 1998 Allison Calleri (WAC) 1998 Jill Cook (WAC) 1999 Jennifer Maunder (WAC) 2000 Brenda DeRose (WAC) 2000 Sherry Dick (WAC) 2008 Jordan Calhoun (MWC)

CONFERENCE HONORS

All-Conference Second Team 1996 Rachel Migliore (WAC) 1997 Allison Calleri (WAC) 1997 Jill Cook (WAC) 1997 Christy Filice (WAC) 1997 Nicole Kitagawa (WAC) 1997 Carrie Walsh (WAC) 1999 Brenda DeRose (WAC) 2003 Jessi Moore (C-USA) 2004 Jessi Moore (C-USA) 2005 Karissa Hill (MWC) 2007 Angie Nickens (MWC) 2007 Lizzy Karoly (MWC) 2008 Lizzy Karoly (MWC) 2008 Katie Taylor (MWC)

All-Conference Third Team 2003 Karissa Hill (C-USA) 2003 Amy Van Zandt (C-USA)

All-Conference Freshman Team 2001 Laura Greenberg (C-USA) 2003 Ashley Fortune (C-USA) MWC All-Tournament Team 2008 Lizzy Karoly 2008 Jackie Torda

MWC Freshman of the year 2008 Jordan Calhoun

All-Central Region Squad 1995 Angela Garrett (SWC)

Coach of the Year Honors 1997 David Rubinson (WAC Mountain Division)

NATIONAL HONORS

SOCCER BUZZ MAGAZINE Second-Team Freshman All-American 2008 Jordan Calhoun Second-Team All-Central Region 2008 Jordan Calhoun All-Freshman Central 1999 Brenda DeRose 2006 Michelle Nguyen 2007 Jackie Torda 2008 Jordan Calhoun TOP DRAWER SOCCER Second-Team All-Rookie 2008 Jordan Calhoun Third-Team All-Rookie 2006 Lizzy Karoly

SOCCER N EWS N ET Player of the Year Finalist 2008 Jordan Calhoun NSCAA NSCAA Third-Team All-Central Region 2008 Jordan Calhoun

NATIONAL HONORS USASA National Camp Invite Katie Taylor, 2008 Michelle Nguyen, 2007 Karissa Hill, 2006

USASA Women's National Team Karissa Hill, 2006 Mountain 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

West Scholar Athlete Bara Gunnarsdottir Breanne Kaldheim Moran Lavi Anne Monaghan Kim Thompson Breanne Kaldheim Kelly Faerber Kelsey Vross Kelly Faerber Jenna Hayes Cheryl Martin Julia Slater Jackie Torda Kelsey Vross Chelsey Cody Kelly Faerber Courtney Johnson Hannah Kunnemann Cheryl Martin Julia Slater Jackie Torda

ACADEMIC HONORS

NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Team 2008 Lizzy Karoly ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2005 Bara Gunnarsdottir 2008 Lizzy Karoly 2008 Kelsey Walters 2008 Jackie Torda 2008 Cheryl Martin

Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup 2006 Angie Nickens Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholars 2007 Michelle Nguyen 2008 Michelle Nguyen

NSCAA Team academic awards 2008 2007 2006 2006 Ethics/Sportsmanship Award

Academic All-Conference Lizzie Batten; MWC 2006 Bjarnveig Birgisdottir; C-USA 2004 Lee Ann Blalock; C-USA 2003-04 Holly Brady; C-USA 2003 Ashley Brooks; WAC 1997 KJ Brozena; MWC 2007 Katy Buchanan; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005-06 Jordan Calhoun; MWC 2008 Nicole Carman; C-USA 2001-02 Becky Claudat; MWC 2006 Jenn Coulson; WAC 1999-00, C-USA 2001 Chelsea Cody, MWC 2007, 2008 Brenda DeRose; WAC 1999-00, C-USA 2001-02 Melissa Downing; WAC 1997 Kelly Faerber; MWC 2006, 2008 Christy Filice; WAC 1997-2000 Angela Garrett; SWC 1995 Emma Geyer; MWC 2008 Casey Glass; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005-06 Tiffany Goetz; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001 Bara Gunnarsdottir; C-USA 2001-04, MWC 2005 Jenna Hayes; MWC 2007 Molly Hicks; C-USA 2002 Betsy Hoeffer; WAC 1997-98 Lindsay Holmes; MWC 2008 Katie Howard; MWC 2007 Ginny Hubbard; C-USA 2004 Adrianne Jett; C-USA 2001 Courtney Johnson - MWC 2006, 2008 Breanne Kaldheim; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005-06 Lizzy Karoly, MWC 2006, 2007, 2008 Nicole Kitagawa; WAC 1996-97 Kacie Koch; C-USA 2001 Moran Lavi; C-USA 2002--04, MWC 2005 Niki Long; C-USA 2004 Cheryl Martin; MWC 2007, 2008 Jennifer Maunder; WAC 2000 Michelle McNamara; C-USA 2003 Alex Mechalske; MWC 2008 Anne Monaghan; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005 Jessi Moore; C-USA 2003-04 Michelle Nguyen MWC 2006, 2007, 2008 Angie Nickens; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005, 2007 Kim Ozenick; C-USA 2004 Lesley Parkinson; C-USA 2004, MWC 2005-07 Anaa Paulson; MWC 2006 Ashley Pierette; C-USA 2004 Lauren Pope; MWC 2006 Kelly Potysman; C-USA 2003-04 Crystal Pratz; WAC 1999-00, C-USA 2001 Stephanie Rassette; C-USA 2001 Rebecca Repasky; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001-03 Lori Robbins; C-USA 2001-02 Jeanine Rogers; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001 Katie Runyon; MWC 2008 Kaitlyn Shelledy; MWC 2008 Ali Schloegel; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001 Sara Schneider; MWC 2007 Lauren Siepiela; C-USA 2002-04 Jennifer Sims; C-USA 2003-04 Julia Slater; MWC 2007 Sarah Suess; WAC 1997 Jenny Swanson; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001-03 Kim Thompson; C-USA 2003-04, MWC 2005 Jackie Torda, MWC 2007, 2008 Cara Toulouse; C-USA 2001-04 Julie Vaughn; WAC 2000, C-USA 2001-02 Keith-Ann Wagner; WAC 1999-00 Suzie Walker; C-USA 2003 Caroline Walsh; WAC 1997 Elizabeth Walsh; C-USA 2002-03 Jessica Walters; C-USA 2002-03 Kelsey Walters; MWC 2007, 2008 Lindsay White; C-USA 2004 Nikki Wilbur; MWC 2007, 2008 Chelsey Wilgenburg; MWC 2008 Breanne Yeary; C-USA 2002

ACADEMIC HONORS

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Letterwinners A

ABALSON, Cristina ANDERSON, Brittney

1987 1993-96

B

BATTEN, Lizzie 2006-2007 BEITLER, Becca 1995 BEREZNICKI, Stephanie 2001 BIECHLIN, Amy 1987 BILGER, Blaire 1989-91 BIRGISDOTTIR, Bjarnveig 2004-05 BLALOCK, Lee Ann 2003-04 BLODGETT, Cindy 1992 BOBB, Christina 2002 BOWLING, Tiffany 1989 BOYD, Jenny 1999 BOYDEN, Katie 1998 BRADY, Kim 1986 BRANDENBERG, Becki 1991 BREWTON, Christi 1987-89 BRITAIN, Lori 1990 BROWNE, Mandy 1996 BROZENA, KJ 2007 BUCHANAN, Katy 2003-06 CALHOUN, Jordan CALLERI, Allison CAMPBELL, Sarah CARMAN, Nicole CATHEY, Kristen CHAMPNEY, Kim CODY, Chelsea COFFMAN, Angelia COLLIER, Kim CONRAD, Michelle COOK, Jennifer COOK, Jill CORNETT, Misty COULSON, Jenn

C

D

2008-present 1996-99 1986-89 1999-02 1991-94 1988-89 2007-present 1987 1988 1987 1988-91 1997-98 1994 1999-01

DALE, Melissa DALLAS, Kelly DAUS, Kari DAVIES, Michelle DeJONG, Ruth DeROSE, Brenda DICK, Sherry DiGIACOMO, Tricia DOWNING, Melissa DUNNE, Regan

1995 1990-91 1995 1991-94 1999-02 1999-02 1999-02 1993 1996-97 1992

E

1989 1991-94

EDDY, Jamie EVERETT, Julie FAEBER, KELLY FENNELL, Clari FILICE, Christy FITZGERALD, Tina FORD, Chauncey FORREST, Maribeth FORTUNE, Ashley FREESE, Jane

F

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GARCIA, Kaylie 2008-present GARRETT, Angela 1992-95 GASSIRARO, Jenny 1996 GEYER, Emma 2008-present GILL, Shannon 1990-93 GLASS, Casey 2003-06 GOETZ, Tiffany 1998-01 GREENBERG, Laura 2001-04 GRIESHABER, Alecia 1999-02 GROTTAIN, Lori 1991 GUNNARSDOTTIR, Bara 2001-05

G

H

HAMILTON, Hayley 1986-87 HANNA, Heather 1994 HARROLD, Sharon 1997 HAYES, Jenna 2007-present HELLERSTEIN, Kim 1989-90 HERMAN, Julia 1986-87 HICKS, Molly 2002 HIGHTOWER, Stephanie 1987-88 HILL, Karissa 2003-2006 HILL, Rebecca 1992 HOEFFER, Betsy 1997-98 HOLMES, Lindsay 2008-present HONOLKA, Susie 1991-93 HOWARD, Katie 2007 HUBBARD, Ginny 2003-05

J

JACKSON, Carrie JEFFERY, Alisa JETT, Adrianne JOHNSON, Courtney JOHNSON, Kierston JOHNSON, Kristin JONES, Lynn

K

KALDHEIM, Breanne KAROLY, Lizzie KAZEMI, Karen KITAGAWA, Nicole KITTO, Keri KUESEL, Meredith

L

LABOVITZ, Adrianne LACK, Kendall LANSDEN, Jill LAVI, Moran LAWLOR, Shana LEE, Megan LEVITT, Lori LINDEN, Sarah LLOYD, Angie LUTTRELL, Estella

M

1990-91 1992 2000-01 2005-08 1990 1995 1986-89 2003-06 2006-present 1987-88 1995-98 1995-96 1993-95 1998-01 1991-92 1992 2002-05 1996 1990 2003-04 2004 1994-95 1996

MALOVOZ, Meagan 1995 MANSFIELD, Shannon 1986 MARLAR, Amy 1993 MARSHALL, Megan 1988 MARTIN, Cheryl 2007-present MATTHEWS, Alex 2008-present MAUNDER, Jennifer 1999-00 MAY, Marie 1995 MAYFIELD, Terra 1997-99 McCLURE, Meredith 1994 McGOWN, Suzanne 1986 McNEIL, Erin 1998-99 MECHALSKE, Alex 2008-present

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M

1986 1996 1986 1986 2004-05 1998 2003-04 1988 1996

N

2002 2006-present 1986-87 2003-2007 1986

O

1991 1996-99 2004-05

P

2006-2007 1986-87 1987 2005-2007 1996 2004 2005-2007 1991-93 2003-04 1988 1998-01

MEYERS, Barbara MIGLIORE, Rachel MILES, Sheries MINTON, Kari MONAGHAN, Anne MOON, Kristen MOORE, Jessi MORSE, Tracy MORTON, Kim NEBOZUK, Kristi NGUYEN, Michelle NICHOLSON, Shelly NICKENS, Angie NOBLES, Dee Dee ORR, Tami OWENS, Charlia OZENICK, Kim PAULSON, Anna PARKERSON, Joani PARKERSON, Pam PARKINSON, Lesley PETRIE, Courtney PIERRET, Ashley POPE, Lauren POTOK, Mandy POTYSMAN, Kelly POWERS, Shelley PRATZ, Crystal

R

RAINEY, Kathy 1991 RAPPE, Cindy 1990-91 RASSETTE, Stephanie 2002 REITNOUER, Danielle 1999-00 REPASKY, Rebecca 2000-03 RICHMOND, Ashlee 1996-97 RIESTER, Jodi 1987 RILEY, Keri 1988-91 ROBBINS, Lori 1999-02 RODRIGUEZ, Jackie 1997-00 ROGERS, Jeanine 1998-01 RPSS, Abbey 1993-94 RUBLI, Angie 1997 RUDDEN, Tammy 1987 RUDIGER, Tara 1997-00 RUNYON, Katie 2008-present RUSSELL, Allison 1987-90

S

SAMS, Cynthia SANFORD, Jaye SANTOS, Denise SCHLOEGEL, Ali SCHROEDER, Jennifer SCIGLIANO, Gina SCHNEIDER, Sara SEAGRAVES, Stephanie SEILER, Karen

1994 1987 1998 1998-01 2002 1998-99 2005-08 1995 1996

S

SEMENTILLI, Krista SHAFFER, Heather SHAVER, Danielle SHELLEDY, Kaitlyn SLATER, Julia SIEPIELA, Lauren SIMS, Jennifer SMITH, Andrea SNYDER, Christy SPENCE, Dondi STANLEY, Denise STARNS, Caroline STEINHILPER, Tara STURM, Casey SUESS, Molly SUESS, Sarah SWAIN, Denise SWANSON, Jenny

1986 1997 1992-94 2008-present 2007-08 2002 2003 1996-99 1991 1993 1988 2005-08 1997-98 2002 1994-97 1993-96 1986-87 2000-03

T

TACKETT, Stacy 1987 TAPPAN, Libby 1986-89 TATSCHL, Krista 1994 TAYLOR, Deanna 1989 TAYLOR, Katie 2008-present TEKELL, Emmy 1995-96 THIGPEN, Carrie 1995 THOMPSON, Jennifer 1992-94 THOMPSON, Kim 2003-05 TORDA, Jackie 2007-present TOULOUSE, Cara 2001-04 TRUJILO, Erin 1992-95 TUCKER, Jennifer 1996

V

VAN ZANDT, Amy VAN ZANDT, Cindy VAUGHN, Julie VROSS, Kelsey VIEREGG, Heather VU, Ha

W

WAGNER, Keith-Ann WAGNER, Shannon WALKER, Suzie WALSH, Carrie WALSH, Elizabeth WALTERS, Jessica WALTERS, Kelsey WATERS, K.D. WEAVER, Heidi WELLS, Lisa WHITE, Chelsea WHITE, Lindsay WHITES, Tammy WILBUR, Nikki WILGENBURG, C. WILSON, Beth WOLFF, Jamie

2003-04 1992-93 2001-02 2006-2007 1987 1986 1998-99 2000-01 2002-03 1997 2002-03 2002 2007-present 2005 1988-91 1992-94 2006-08 2004 1992 2007-present 2008-present 1988-91 1989-92

Y

1986 2002

Z

1994-97 1995 1992

YEAGER, Elizabeth YEARY, Brianne ZEIGLER, Stacy ZELLER, Mindy ZENKE, Tasha

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Head Coach: David Rubinson 1986 Overall: 8-8-2

Sept.

North Texas

@ Maryville Coll.

14 @ Arkansas 17 @ SMU

L 1-2

W 3-1

W 10-0 L 0-2

@ Baylor

W 3-1

Texas

W 3-1

Houston Baptist

W 5-0

@ Hardin-Simmons L 3-4 Oct.

Hardin-Simmons @ Texas A&M

11 Arkansas SMU

18 @ Colorado Coll. @ Metro State Rice

Nov.

L 2-4

L 0-4

W 4-1 T 2-2 L 0-2 L 0-4

W 6-0

Baylor

T 2-2

Trinity

W 7-1

15 SMU

L 0-3

Head Coach: David Rubinson

Head Coach: David Rubinson

Head Coach: David Rubinson

6 SMU

31 @ SMU

L 0-3

11 vs. St. Maryʼs (TX) W 4-1

2 vs. Tulsa

T 2-2

7 vs. Col. of the SW

L 1-2

1988 Overall: 11-5-1

Sept.

9 vs. UM-St. Louis 10 vs. Southern Ill. 11 @ Wisconsin

L 1-3

W 4-3

W 1-0 L 0-3

14 Arkansas-LR

W 3-1

19 Oral Roberts

W 7-0

16 Barry

28 @ SMU

Oct.

1 Texas

5 @ Texas A&M

L 0-2 L 1-2

W 4-0

W 1-0

1990 Overall: 6-13-2

Aug.

Sept.

5 Arkansas-Little RK. L 1-2 8 vs. Incarnate Word W 6-0 9 @ St. Edwardʼs 16 Tulsa

25 @ Texas A&M 28 Princeton 30 Arkansas

W 6-0 L 3-5

L 0-1 L 1-3

T 1-1

13 @ Fla. International T 0-0

Oct.

16 @ Col. of Boca Rat. L 0-2

3 SMU

27 Colorado Baptist

7 vs. UC-Santa Barb. L 0-7

15 vs. Florida State

W 2-1

23 Tulsa

W 1-0

30 Arkansas

W 2-1

Nov. 4

Baylor

W 4-0

W 2-0

2 @ Hardin-SimmonsW 1-0

6 @ Stanford

9 St. Edwardʼs 12 Creighton

14 Wisconsin

19 @ Colorado Coll. 21 vs. Geo. Wash. 26 Texas A&M

28 New Hampshire

L 0-5

L 1-4

W 7-0

W 2-0

L 0-10

L 0-5

L 0-5

1992 Overall: 9-7-3

Sept.

Head Coach: David Rubinson 1994 Overall: 9-8-1

Sept.

3 Incarnate Word

W 4-1

13 St. Edwardʼs

W 3-0

20 Oral Roberts

W 1-0

12 vs. Incarnate Word L 1-2

5 St. Maryʼs

16 Centenary

15 @ Texas Tech

13 @ St. Edwardʼs

18 @ Ark.-Little Rock 23 @ Texas A&M

26 vs. Oregon State 27 @ St. Maryʼs

28 vs. Washington Oct.

W 5-2

W 1-0

L 0-2

W 3-0

T

3-3

L 0-2 L 0-2

3 vs. St. Maryʼs

W 4-1

5 Regis

W 3-2

20 Notre Dame

25 Huntingdon Coll. 28 Texas A&M 30 @ Tulsa

L 0-4

W 3-0

W 1-0 T 1-1

W 2-1

2 Texas Tech

W 2-1

12 Oklahoma City

W 4-3

Oct.

31 @ Incarnate Word

Nov.

1 @ Trinity

8

4

10 Richland

5

Sept.

11 vs. Metro State

L 1-2

13 vs. Northern Colo.

L 0-3

12 @ Colorado Coll.

L 0-9

20 @ North Texas

W 1-0

27 Tulsa

W 2-1

22 @ Hardin-Simmons L 1-4 29 @ Arkansas

Oct.

7 @ SMU

W 2-0 L 0-2

11 Texas

W 2-1

16 @ Tulsa

W 5-3

14 Hardin-Simmons 18 Texas A&M

22 @ Florida Intl.

23 @ St. Thomas

L 0-3

L 1-3

L 1-2

W 1-0

24 vs. Col. of St. Ben. W 4-0

Sept.

Florida International L 1-0

8 SMU

14 @ St. Maryʼs

L 2-1

17 @ Stanford

L 5-0

15 @ California

21 Col. of the SW 29 Metro State

Oct. 1

Hardin-Simmons

6 @ Radford

8 @ William & Mary 14 Texas A&M 15 Texas

26 @ SMU

28 Lindenwood

1 Arkansas-Little RockW 1-0

4 @ Arkansas

W 4-2

W 2-1 W 1-0 L 2-1

W 1-0 L 3-0

W 3-0

W 4-0

22 Arkansas-Little RockW 1-0 Nov.

8 North Texas

L 2-0

7 @ Mary WashingtonW 2-1

25 @ Col. of Boca Ra.W 2-1

Nov.

L 3-1

3 vs. Creighton

5 @ Tulsa

L 0-3

L 0-2

W 3-1 W 2-0 L 1-2

1991 Overall: 4-10-3

Sept.

13 @ St. Maryʼs

W 3-1 L 0-2

14 vs. San Diego State L 0-2 20 @ Tulsa

T 2-2

25 @ SMU

L 0-4

29 Tulsa

T 2-2

22 vs. Ark.-Little Rock W 1-0 27 Regis Oct.

3 Incarnate Word 6 Wright State 11 @ Barry

12 @ Florida Intl. 20 Creighton

24 Texas A&M 27 Stanford

Nov. 1 3

Cincinnati

Colorado College

L 2-5

W 1-0

L 0-3

SWC: 1-3-0

L 1-5

L 1-2

W 3-0

Head Coach: David Rubinson

SMU

L 0-5

L 1-2

23 @ Texas

Head Coach: David Rubinson

Sept.

L 0-6

21 @ Texas A&M

Head Coach: David Rubinson 1989 Overall: 9-10-0

L 2-3

16 @ Creighton

Head Coach: David Rubinson 1987 Overall: 10-9-0

L 0-4

30 St. Maryʼs

14 @ Nebraska

L 1-3

W 2-0

28 SMU

8 SMU

11 Tulsa

W 3-1

25 @ Oral Roberts

9 Centenary

L 1-4

T 1-1

24 @ Drury

4 @ Incarnate Word T 1-1 9 Arkansas-Little RK W 5-1

L 0-1

L 0-1

W 1-0 T 0-0 L 0-5

L 0-2

L 1-2

W 2-0 L 0-1

L 0-2 L 0-2

1993 Overall: 8-9-1

Sept.

Southwestern

10 vs. Centenary

11 vs. Texas A&M 12 vs. Col. of SW 17 Arkansas-LR 18 Texas A&M

22 @ Centenary 28 Texas

Oct. 1

vs. St. Maryʼs

3 @ Stanford

8 @ New Mexico

9 vs. Colorado Col. 19 Oral Roberts 21 @ Tulsa 27 @ SMU

1995 Overall: 8-12-1

W 9-0

W 3-2 L 0-4

W 4-3

W 2-1 L 0-6

L 1-4

W 2-0 L 0-2

31 Incarnate Word

5

vs. FAU

3 Texas

L 0-6

4 Marquette

6 @ Oklahoma City 12 Midwestern State 15 Mississippi State 17 vs. Auburn

18 @ Texas A&M 27 SMU

29 Old Dominion

L 0-3

L 0-1

W 3-1

W 6-2 L 0-4

L 1-3

L 0-7

L 2-3

L 0-4

Oct.

L 0-2

4 @ Texas Tech

L 1-5

11 Stephen F. Austin W 4-1

L 1-4

W 11-1 L 0-6

28 St. Maryʼs (Texas) W 3-1 Nov.

Head Coach: David Rubinson

W 2-0 T 2-2

1 @ Oral Roberts

6 Tulsa

13 @ New Mexico 14 vs. Cal St.-Ful.

W 3-1 W 3-1 L 1-2

L 1-4

L 0-5

18 UT-Dallas

W 1-0

25 North Texas

W 3-2

22 @ Centenary 28 vs. Colorado C. 29 vs. Minnesota

Nov.

2 vs. Texas Tech

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W 1-0 L 0-6

T 0-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS WAC: 2-5-0

WAC: 2-4-0

WAC: 5-2-0

C-USA: 1-7-2

Sept.

Sept.

Aug.

Aug.

1996 Overall: 7-13-0

Head Coach: David Rubinson 4

Charleston South.

7 McNeese State

15 Northwestern St.

L 0-5

W 13-0 W 9-0

17 @ Stephen F. Aust. W 2-0 20 @ St. Maryʼs

22 vs. San Francisco 25 @ North Texas

26 Colorado College

L 0-4

L 0-4

W 3-2

L 0-4

29 Centenary

L 2-3

4 Utah State

W 4-2

11 @ Air Force

L 0-2

Oct.

5 BYU

L 0-5

13 @ Wyoming

W 2-1

20 New Mexico

L 1-4

17 UTEP

W 3-2

24 Tulsa

L 0-3

30 Texas Tech

L 1-5

27 SMU Nov.

2 vs. Nebraska

3 vs. Creighton

L 0-4 L 0-4

L 1-3

1997 Overall: 10-11WAC: 3-3-0 0

Head Coach: David Rubinson Aug.

30 vs. Vanderbilt

L 0-4

31 @ Colorado Coll.

L 2-4

5 Arkansas

L 1-2

14 @ Hawaiʼi

L 0-5

Sept.

13 vs. Pacific

L 2-4

20 Stephen F. Austin W 9-1 21 Oklahoma

24 @ Centenary

W 2-0

W 4-2

27 Jacksonville State W 6-0 28 vs. Col. of the SW W 3-0

Oct.

1 @ Texas Tech

3 @ Oral Roberts 8 @ SMU

10 @ Tulsa

17 @ New Mexico

W 4-3 L 0-2

L 0-4 L 0-1 L 0-3

19 UTEP

W 2-0

26 @ Wyoming

W 2-0

24 @ Air Force

31 @ Texas A&M

Nov.

2 Utah

5 BYU

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W 3-1 L 1-2

W 2-1 L 0-3

1998 Overall: 9-11-0

Head Coach: David Rubinson 5 Houston

7 vs. LSU 13 Baylor

W 1-0 L 0-3 L 1-5

15 @ Southwest Mo. W 1-0 16 @ Drury

20 Centenary

25 @ Texas Tech 27 Iowa State

W 1-0

W 3-2 L 2-3

W 2-1

30 @ Stephen F. Aust.W 4-0

Oct.

4 @ Oklahoma

L 2-3

11 New Mexico

W 2-0

18 @ Air Force

W 3-2

9 UTEP

16 @ Wyoming 21 SMU

24 Minnesota 25 Tulsa

30 Texas Wesleyan

Nov.

1 Northwestern

6 San Diego State

L 0-4

2000 Overall: 10-9-1

Head Coach: David Rubinson 25 @ Houston

W 1-0

29 Texas Tech

W 3-2

27 Baylor

31 @ Texas

Sept.

5 Centenary

9 @ Arkansas

17 @ Oklahoma

8 @ #16 SMU

L 1-2

15 Fresno State

L 1-2

L 0-6

Sept. 1

SW Texas State

3 vs. LSU

5 @ #19 Baylor

W 4-0

W 7-0

L 0-2

10 vs. Harvard

L 1-3

18 Oklahoma

W 1-0

12 @ Massachusetts W 2-1 24 Texas Tech

(ot)

26 @ #9 Texas A&M 29 @ Centenary

Oct. 1

@ #24 San Diego

3 vs. #9 UCLA 8 UTEP 10 Tulsa

W 2-1

L 0-4

W 2-1 L 0-3

L 0-1

L 0-1

W 4-3

15 @ San Jose State W 4-1 17 @ Fresno State

L 1-3

24 Hawaiʼi

L 0-2

20 #23 SMU

27 Oklahoma State 29 Texas

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L 1-2

L 0-2

L 0-6

W 3-1

19 @ Hawaiʼi

22 @ Nevada

29 @ #9 Texas A&M

Nov. 2

@ Fresno State

Aug.

W 1-0

L 1-2

13 San Jose State

Aug.

27 Houston

W 1-0

W 3-0

C-USA: 3-7-0

Head Coach: David Rubinson

T 0-0

1 UTEP

WAC: 2-4-0

1999 Overall: 9-11-0

W 2-1

L 0-2

L 1-3

W 2-0

3 Centenary

29 @ Tulsa

Oct.

L 1-5

L 2-3

L 0-6

L 1-4

L 0-2

W 3-1

W 1-0

W 2-1

L 0-3

L 1-3

2001 Overall: 7-11-0

Head Coach: David Rubinson 31 @ Texas Tech

Sept.

2 Oklahoma

W 2-1 L 0-2

7 vs. Mississippi St. W 3-2 9 vs. Mississippi 17 @ Baylor

21 @ East Carolina

L 0-2

L 1-3

L 1-2

23 @ Saint Louis

W 3-2

30 DePaul

W 2-0

2 @ UTEP

W 2-1

12 @ USF

W 4-3

28 Marquette Oct.

10 Rice

14 @ UAB

17 @ SE Texas State 21 Memphis 26 Tulane

28 @ Southern Miss

Nov.

2 Houston

30 vs. Mississippi St.

Sept.

22 @ #8 Duke

24 vs. #4 UNC

Head Coach: David Rubinson

L 0-1

10 @ Oklahoma State W 3-2 15 Alabama

2002 Overall: 2-13-5

L 0-2

W 4-1 L 1-2

L 2-4

L 0-1

L 1-2

L 0-3

L 0-1

1 vs. La.-Lafayette

L 0-1 T 1-1

W 6-0

C-USA: 4-5-1

2004 Overall: 6-11-1

Head Coach: David Rubinson Aug.

27 # 21 SMU

L 0-4

29 @ Texas Tech

W 2-0

3 @ Oklahoma

L 0-5

10 @ Baylor

L 2-5

Sept.

6 @ UC-Santa Barb. L 1-3

5 Jacksonville State W 3-1

12 @ Rice

T 3-3

17 @ William & Mary L 1-2

20 East Carolina

T 1-1

27 @ Cincinnati

L 0-3

8 @ Pepperdine 15 Texas A&M 22 Charlotte

29 @ Louisville

Oct.

L 0-3

L 0-3

L 1-3

W 2-1

2 SMU

T 1-1

11 Southern Miss

L 1-3

4 @ Oklahoma 13 UAB

L 0-2

L 3-5

19 USF

T 3-3

25 @ Memphis

L 0-4

21 Hawaiʼi

27 @ Tulane

Nov.

1 @ Houston

L 1-2

L 0-4

2003 Overall: 9-8-2

Head Coach: David Rubinson 29 @ #6 Texas A&M Sept.

3 @ Centenary

L 0-6 W 2-0

7 Texas Tech

W 1-0

13 Oklahoma

T 1-1

9 @ SMU 14 Baylor

19 @ Cincinnati 21 @ DePaul 26 Marquette

28 Saint Louis

Oct.

3 vs. Loyola M.

5 vs. #15 Santa Cl.

Nov.

6 Tulane

8 Houston 10 Rice

15 @ Marquette 17 @ DePaul 22 UAB 24 USF

30 @ Louisville

W 1-0

L 0-2

W 3-0 L 0-1

L 2-3

L 0-3 L 0-2

W 1-0

T 3-3

Mountain West: 1-6-0

2005 Overall: 6-11-0

Head Coach: Dan Abdalla Aug.

26 Texas Tech

28 #6 Texas A&M

Sept.

2 @ SMU

W 4-0

L 0-4

L 2-5

L 0-4

11 Northwestern St.

W 1-0

W 2-1 L 0-2

W 1-0

W 3-2 L 0-3

L 0-1

W 2-0

31 Memphis

Memphis

3 Saint Louis

W 3-1

19 Tulane

26 @ USF

1

L 1-4

6 @ Houston

W 3-2

24 @ UAB

26 @ Tulane

Oct.

L 2-4

10 @ Houston

17 Southern Miss

24 @ Southern Miss W 2-1

L 0-1

C-USA: 7-3-0 Aug.

19 vs. George Mason L 1-3

W 2-0 L 0-1 L 1-2

W 2-1 T 0-0

9 Boston University 16 #9 Pepperdine

L 0-1 L 2-3

30 Sam Houston St. W 4-0

Oct.

1 Boise State

6 @ Utah 8 @ BYU 14 UNLV

16 San Diego State 21 @ Air Force

23 @ Wyoming

W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-1

L 0-3

W 2-1 L 0-2

29 @ New Mexico

L 0-1

2 @ UNLV

L 0-3

Nov.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

TCU All-Time

Year-By-Year 2008 SQUAD | SINGLE-SEASON RECORD FOR WINS

Mountain West: 1-3-3

2006 Overall: 6-8-4

Head Coach: Dan Abdalla Aug.

25 Rice

27 @ Texas Tech Sept. 1

Tulsa

8

#1 Notre Dame

3

Oral Roberts

10 Houston

15 Sam Houston St. 17 @ Nebraska 21 SMU

23 UTSA Oct.

L 0-1

L 0-2

W 2-0

W 6-2 L 0-2

W 2-1

W 2-1

L 0-4 L 0-2

W 3-0

1

@ Boise State

T 1-1

8

New Mexico

T 0-0

5

#15 BYU

13 Wyoming 15 @ UNLV 20 @ Utah

22 @ Air Force

28 San Diego St.

L 0-2

T 1-1 L 1-2 L 0-4

T 0-0

W 1-0

Mountain West: 3-4-0

2007 Overall: 8-11-0

Head Coach: Dan Abdalla Aug.

31 @ #9 Texas Sept. 2 7

Utah State @ Rice

11 UTSA

14 Texas Tech

16 Arizona State 21 SMU

23 @ #20 Missouri

28 Colorado College 30 @ Houston Oct. 3 6

Prairie View A&M Air Force

11 @ #16 BYU

14 @ New Mexico 19 @ Wyoming 21 UNLV

26 #22 Utah Nov. 2 7

L 1-3 W 2-0 L 0-1

W 1-0

W 2-1

L 0-2

L 3-4

L 2-6

L 0-1

W 1-0

W 5-2

W 3-1 L 1-4

W 1-0

L 0-1

L 0-1

W 3-0

@ San Diego State L 0-1 vs. #24 BYU

L 0-2

Mountain West: 4-2-1

2009 Overall: 14-4-2

Head Coach: Dan Abdalla Aug.

22 Stephen F. Austin 29 Xavier

31 Ole Miss Sept. 5 7

@ Arizona State

W, 5-0

W, 3-0 T, 2-2

W, 1-0

@ Northern Arizona W, 1-0

12 Rice

W, 2-1

19 #7 Texas

L, 1-2

28 @ UTSA

W, 2-1

5

New Mexico

W, 3-1

12 @ Air Force

W, 3-1

14 East Tennessee St.

W, 7-0

26 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W, 6-0 Oct.

10 @ Wyoming 16 BYU

18 Utah

24 UNLV

26 @ Texas Tech

31 @ San Diego St. Nov. 5 6

vs. San Diego St. vs. Utah

L, 0-1

L, 0-1

W, 2-0 T, 1-1

W, 3-2

W, 2-1

W, 2-1 L, 1-2

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS AIR FORCE H: 1-0-0 1996 L 1997 W 1998 W 2005 W 2006 T 2007 W 2008 W

5-1-1

A: 4-1-1 N: 0-0-0 0-2 Colorado Springs, Colo. 3-1 Colorado Springs, Colo. 3-2 Colorado Springs, Colo. 2-1 Colorado Springs, Colo. 0-0 Colorado Springs, Colo. 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas 3-1 Colorado Springs, Colo.

ALABAMA

1-0-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2000 W 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas

ARIZONA STATE

1-1-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2007 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2008 W 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas

ARKANSAS H: 2-1-1 1986 W 1986 W 1987 W 1988 W 1989 W 1990 T 1997 L 2000 T

5-1-2

A: 3-0-1 N: 0-0-0 10-0 Fayetteville, Ark. 4-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fayetteville, Ark. 2-1 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fayetteville, Ark. 1-1 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-0 (ot) Fayetteville, Ark.

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK 6-2-0 H: 5-1-0 1987 W 1988 W 1989 W 1990 L 1991 W 1992 L 1992 W 1993 W

A: 0-1-0 N: 1-0-0 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 (ft.) Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Tulsa, Okla. 0-2 Little Rock, Ark. 5-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF

1-0-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2008 W 6-0 Fort Worth, Texas

AUBURN

0-1-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1995 L 0-4 Austin, Texas

BARRY UNIV.

0-2-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1988 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1991 L 0-5 Miami Shores, Fla.

BAYLOR H: 1-3-1 1986 W 1986 T 1988 W 1998 L 1999 L 2000 L 2001 L 2003 L 2004 L

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

A: 1-3-0

BOISE STATE

Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort

N: 0-0-0 Waco, Texas Worth, Texas Worth, Texas Worth, Texas Waco, Texas Worth, Texas Waco, Texas Worth, Texas Waco, Texas

1-0-1

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-1 N: 0-0-0 2005 W 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2006 T 1-1 Boise, Idaho

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2005 L 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas

BYU

0- 7- 0

H: 0-3-0 1996 L 1997 L 2005 L 2006 L 2007 L 2007 L 2008 L

A: 0-2-0 N: 0-2-0 0-5 Fort Worth, Texas 0-3 Dallas, Texas 0-4 Provo, Utah 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1-4 Provo, Utah 0-2 Provo, Utah 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas

CALIFORNIA

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1989 L 0-2 Berkley, Calif.

UC SANTA BARBARA

0- 2- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-1-0 1990 L 0-7 Stanford, Calif. 2002 L 1-3 Santa Barbara, Calif.

CAL STATE FULLERTON

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1995 L 0-5 Albuquerque, N.M.

CENTENARY H: 4-2-0 1992 W 1993 W 1993 L 1994 L 1995 L 1996 L 1997 W 1998 W 1999 W 2000 W 2002 W 2003 W

8- 4- 0

A: 3-2-0 N: 1-0-0 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 3-2 Austin, Texas 1-4 Shreveport, La. 2-3 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Shreveport, La. 2-3 Fort Worth, Texas 4-2 Shreveport, La. 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 Shreveport, La. 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 6-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Shreveport, La.

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 0-1-0 H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1996 L 0-5 Fort Worth, Texas

CHARLOTTE

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2002 L 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas

CINCINNATI H: 0-1-0 1991 L 2002 L 2003 W

C.

OF

1- 2- 0

A: 1-1-0 N: 0-0-0 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-3 Cincinnati, Ohio 2-1 Cincinnati, Ohio

BOCA RATON

1- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1987 W 2-1 Boca Raton, Fla. 1988 L 0-2 Boca Raton, Fla.

C.

OF

ST. BENEDICT

1-0-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 1987 W 4-0 Boca Raton, Fla.

C. OF SOUTHWEST H: 1-0-0 1989 W 1990 L 1993 W 1997 W

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3-1-0

A: 1-1-0 N: 1-0-0 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Austin, Texas 4-3 Austin, Texas 3-1 Houston, Texas

COLORADO BAPTIST

1-0-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1988 W 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas

COLORADO COLLEGE H: 0-3-0 1986 L 1987 L 1990 L 1991 L 1993 L 1995 W 1996 L 1997 L 2007 L

1-8-0

A: 0-4-0 N: 1-1-0 0-2 Colorado Springs, Colo. 0-9 Colorado Springs, Colo. 0-5 Colorado Springs, Colo. 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Albuquerque, N.M. 1-0 Austin, Texas 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 2-4 Colorado Springs, Colo. 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas

CREIGH TON

2-3-0

H: 1-1-0 1989 W 1990 W 1991 L 1994 L 1996 L

A: 0-1-0 N: 1-1-0 3-1(ot) Austin, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-5 Omaha, Neb. 1-3 Dallas, Texas

DEPAUL

1-2-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 2001 W 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2003 L 0-2 Chicago, Ill. 2004 L 0-3 Chicago, Ill.

DRURY

2-0-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 2-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1994 W 3-1 Springfield, Mo. 1998 W 1-0 (2ot) Springfield, Mo.

DUKE

0-1-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2000 L 0-6 Durham, N.C.

EAST CAROLINA

0-1-1

H: 0-0-1 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2001 L 1-2 Greenville, N.C. 2002 T 1-1 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

EAST TENNESS EE STATE 1-0-0 H: 1-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2008 W, 7-0 Fort Worth, Texas

FLORIDA ATLANTIC

0-0-1

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-1 1993 T 2-2 (ot) Shreveport, La.

FLORIDA INT. H: 0-0-1 1987 L 1988 T 1989 L 1991 L

0-3-1

A: 0-3-0 N: 0-0-0 1-2 Miami, Fla. 0-0 (ot) Miami, Fla. 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Miami, Fla.

FLORIDA STATE

1-0-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 1988 W 2-1 Boca Raton, Fla.

FRESNO STATE

1-2-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 L 1-3 Fresno, Calif. 2000 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2000 L 1-3 Fresno, Calif.

GEORGE WASHINGTON

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1990 L 0-5 Colorado Springs, Colo.

GEORGE MASON

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 2004 L 1-3 Williamsburg, Va.

HARDIN-SIMMONS H: 0-3-0 1986 L 1986 L 1987 L 1987 L 1989 L 1990 W

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

1- 5- 0 N: 0-0-0 Abilene, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Abilene, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Abilene, Texas

A: 1-2-0

HARVARD

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1999 L 1-3 Amherst, Mass.

HAWAI’I

1- 3- 0

H: 0-2-0 1997 L 1999 L 2000 W 2002 L

A: 0-1-0 N: 1-0-0 0-5 Honolulu, Hawaii 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Waipahu, Hawaii 1-2 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas

HOUSTON H: 4-1-0 1998 W 1999 W 2000 W 2001 L 2002 L 2003 W 2004 W 2005 W 2006 W 2007 W

8- 2- 0

A: 4-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Houston, Texas 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Houston, Texas 3-2 Houston, Texas 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 3-1 Houston, Texas 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Houston, Texas

HOUSTON BAPTIST

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1986 W 5-0 Fort Worth, Texas

HU NTING DON COLLEGE

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1992 W 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas

INCARNATE WORD H: 3-0-0 1990 W 1991 W 1992 L 1992 T 1993 W 1994 W 1994 L

6-0 1-0 1-2 1-1 (ot) 2-0 4-1 2-5

4- 2- 1

N: 1-1-0 Austin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Austin, Texas San Antonio, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas San Antonio, Texas

A: 0-1-1

IOWA STATE

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1998 W 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas

JACKSONVILLE STATE

2- 0- 0

H: 2-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1997 W 6-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2004 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas

LINDENWOOD

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1989 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 2002 T 1-1 (2ot)

LSU

0- 0- 1

N: 0-0-1 Waco, Texas

1- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 1998 L 0-3 1999 W 7-0

N: 1-1-0 Plano, Texas Waco, Texas

MISS OURI

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2007 L 2-6 Columbia, Mo.

MISS OURI-ST . LOUIS

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 1988 W 4-3 Madison, Wis.

NEBRASKA

0- 3- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-1 N: 0-0-0 2002 W 2-1 Louisville, Ky. 2004 T 3-3 Louisville, Ky.

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-1-0 1994 L 0-6 Lincoln, Neb. 1996 L 0-4 Dallas, Texas 2006 L 0-4 Lincoln, Neb.

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

NEVADA

LOUISVILLE

1- 0- 1

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 2003 L 0-3 Palo Alto, Calif.

MARQUETTE H: 1-2-0 1995 L 2001 L 2003 W 2004 L

1- 3- 0

A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 0-3 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-3 Milwaukee, Wis.

MARY WASHINGTON

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1989 W 2-1 Fredericksburg, Va.

MARYVILLE COLLEGE

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1986 W 3-1 Maryville, Tenn.

MASSACHUSETTS

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 W 2-1 Amherst, Mass.

MCNEESE STATE

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1996 W 13-0 Fort Worth, Texas

MEMPHIS H: 2-1-0 2001 L 2002 L 2003 W 2004 W

2- 2- 0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-4 Memphis, Tenn. 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 2000 W 2-1 (ot)

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW MEXICO H: 2-1-1 1993 L 1995 L 1996 L 1997 L 1998 W 2005 L 2006 T 2007 W 2008 W

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

NORTHERN ARIZONA

NORTH CAROLINA

MINNES OTA

0- 2- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1995 L 0-6 Austin, Texas 1998 L 1-5 Fort Worth, Texas

MISSISSIPPI

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 2001 L 0-2 Birmingham, Ala.

MISSISSIPPI STATE

2- 1- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-1-0 1995 W 6-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2001 W 3-2 Birmingham, Ala. 2002 L 0-1 Waco, Texas

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 2000 L 0-6 Durham, N.C.

NORTHERN COLORADO

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1987 L 0-3 Colorado Springs, Colo.

NORTH TEXAS

NORTHWESTERN

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1995 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2008 W, 1-0 Flagstaff, Ariz.

MIDWESTERN STATE

1- 0- 0

3- 5- 1

A: 1-4-0 N: 0-0-0 Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Fort Worth, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Fort Worth, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Fort Worth, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Fort Worth, Texas

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-1-0 1986 L 0-4 Denver, Colo. 1987 L 1-2 USAFA, Colo. 1989 W 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas

1- 2- 0

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1990 L 0-3 Fort Worth, Texas

H: 2-1-0 1986 L 1987 W 1987 W 1995 W 1996 W

METRO STATE

N: 0-0-0 Sparks, Nev.

4- 1- 0

A: 2-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 Denton, Texas 4-2 Fort Worth, Texas 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas 3-2 Denton, Texas

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1998 L 1-2 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas

NORTHWESTERN STATE

2- 0- 0

H: 2-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1996 W 9-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2006 W 1-0 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

NOTRE DAME

0- 2- 0

H: 0-2-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1992 L 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 2006 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas

OKLAHOMA H: 2-1-1 1997 W 1998 L 1999 W 2000 L 2001 L 2002 L 2003 T 2004 L

2-5-1

A: 0-4-0 N: 0-0-0 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-3 Norman, Okla. 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Norman, Okla. 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Norman, Okla. 1-1 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas 0-5 Norman, Okla.

OKLAHOMA CITY

1-1-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1994 W 4-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1995 L 0-1 Oklahoma City, Okla.

OKLAHOMA STATE

1-1-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 L 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2000 W 3-2 (2ot) Stillwater, Okla.

OLD DOMINION

0-1-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1995 L 2-3 Fort Worth, Texas

OLE MISS

0-0-1

H: 0-0-1 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2008 T, 2-2 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

ORAL ROBERTS H: 3-0-0 1988 W 1993 W 1994 W 1994 W 1995 W 1997 L 2006 W

A: 3-1-0 7-0 Fort 11-1 Fort 1-0 Fort 2-0 3-1 0-2 6-2

OREGON STATE

6-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Worth, Texas Worth, Texas Worth, Texas Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla.

0-0-1

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-1 1992 T 3-3 (ot) Moraga, Calif.

RICE H: 3-2-0 1986 W 2001 W 2002 T 2004 L 2006 L 2007 L 2008 W

3-3-1 A: 0-1-1 N: 0-0-0 6-0 Fort Worth, Texas 4-1 Fort Worth, Texas 3-3 (2ot) Houston, Texas 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Houston, Texas 2-1 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

RICHLAND COLLEGE

1-0-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1991 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas

SAINT LOUIS

2-1-0

H: 1-1-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2001 W 3-2 (2ot) St. Louis, Mo. 2003 W 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2004 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas

SAM HOUSTON

2-0-0

H: 2-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2005 W 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2006 W 2-1 Fort Worth, Texa

SAN DIEGO

0-1-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 L 0-3 San Diego, Calif.

SAN DIEGO STATE H: 1-1-0 1991 L 1998 L 2005 L 2006 W 2007 L 2008 W 2008 W

0-2 0-6 0-3 1-0 0-1 2-1 2-1 (ot)

3-4-0

N: 1-2-0 Moraga, Calif. Provo, Utah Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev.

A: 1-1-0

SAN FRANCISCO

0-1-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1996 L 0-4 Moraga, Calif.

SAN JOSE STATE

2-0-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1997 L 2-4 Honolulu, Hawaii

H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 W 4-1 San Jose, Calif. 2000 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas

PEPPERDINE

SANTA CLARA

PACIFIC (CALIF.)

0-1-0

0-2-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2002 L 0-3 Malibu, Calif. 2005 L 2-3 Fort Worth, Texas

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M

1-0-0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2007 W 5-2 Fort Worth, Texas

PRINCETON

0-1-0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1990 L 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas

RADFORD (VA.) H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 1989 W 1-0

REGIS (COLO.)

1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Radford, Va.

1-1-0

H: 1-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1991 L 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1992 W 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas

0-1-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 2003 L 0-1 Palo Alto, Calif.

SMU

0-24-2

H: 0-12-2 A: 0-12-0 N: 0-0-0 1986 L 0-2 Dallas, Texas 1986 T 2-2 Fort Worth, Texas 1986 L 0-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1987 L 1-5 Fort Worth, Texas 1987 L 0-2 Dallas, Texas 1988 L 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1988 L 1-2 Dallas, Texas 1989 L 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1989 L 0-3 Dallas, Texas 1990 L 0-3 Dallas, Texas 1990 L 0-5 Fort Worth, Texas 1991 L 0-4 Dallas, Texas 1992 L 1-4 Fort Worth, Texas 1993 L 0-6 Dallas, Texas 1994 L 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 1995 L 0-7 Fort Worth, Texas 1996 L 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 1997 L 0-4 Dallas, Texas 1998 L 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1999 L 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2000 L 0-2 Dallas, Texas 2002 T 1-1 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

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0- 24- 2

H: 0-12-2 A: 0-12-0 N: 0-0-0 2003 L 2-4 Dallas, Texas 2004 L 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 2005 L 2-5 Dallas, Texas 2006 L 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2007 L 3-4 Dallas, Texas

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 1988 W 1-0 Madison, Wis.

SOUTHERN MISS H: 1-1-0 2001 L 2002 L 2003 W 2004 W

2- 2- 0

A: 1-1-0 N: 0-0-0 3-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 Hattiesburg, Miss.

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI ST.

1-0-0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1998 W 1-0 Springfield, Mo.

SOUTHWESTERN (TEXAS) 1-0-0 H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1993 W 9-0 Fort Worth, Texas

ST. EDWARD’S (TEXAS) H: 2-0-0 1990 W 1990 W 1992 W 1994 W

6-0 7-0 5-2 3-0

ST. MARY’S (CALIF.) H: 0-1-0 1989 L 1991 L 1992 L 1993 L 1994 L 1996 L

1-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 (ot) 0-4 4-2 4-1 3-1 2-1

1- 0- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 1987 W 1-0

STANFORD 0-5 1-4 0-1 0-4

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N: 0-0-0 Miami, Fla.

0- 4- 0 N: 0-0-0 Stanford, Calif. Stanford, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Stanford, Calif.

A: 0-3-0

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN H: 3-0-0 1995 W 1996 W 1997 W 1998 W 2008 W

4- 0- 0

N: 1-0-0 Austin, Texas San Antonio, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

A: 1-0-0

ST. THOMAS

H: 0-1-0 1989 L 1990 L 1991 L 1993 L

0- 6- 0

N: 0-1-0 Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Stanford, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Moraga, Calif.

A: 0-4-0

ST. MARY’S (TEXAS) H: 2-0-0 1992 W 1992 W 1993 W 1994 W

4- 0- 0

N: 0-0-0 Austin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Austin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

A: 2-0-0

5- 0- 0

A: 2-0-0 N: 0-0-0 4-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Nacogdoches, Texas 9-1 Fort Worth, Texas 4-0 Nacogdoches, Texas 5-0 Fort Worth, Texas

TEXAS H: 5-3-0 1986 W 1987 W 1988 W 1989 W 1993 W 1994 L 1995 L 1999 L 2000 L 2007 L 2008 L

5- 6- 0 A: 0-3-0 N: 0-0-0 3-1 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Austin, Texas 0-6 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2-3 Austin, Texas 1-3 Austin, Texas 1-2 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

TEXAS A&M H: 4-4-0 1986 L 1987 L 1988 W 1989 W 1990 L 1990 W 1991 W 1992 W 1992 W 1993 L 1993 L 1994 L 1995 L 1997 L 1999 L 2000 L 2002 L 2003 L 2005 L

6- 13- 0

A: 2-8-0 N: 0-1-0 0-4 College Station, Texas 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1-0 College Station, Texas 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 College Station, Texas 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 3-0 College Station, Texas 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 0-4 Austin, Texas 0-6 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 College Station, Texas 1-3 College Station, Texas 1-2 College Station, Texas 0-4 College Station, Texas 0-3 College Station, Texas 0-3 Fort Worth, Texas 0-6 College Station, Texas 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas

TEXAS STATE

1- 1- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1999 W 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2001 L 2-4 San Marcos, Texas

TEXAS SAN ANTONIO

3- 0- 0

H: 2-0-0 A: 1-1-0 N: 0-0-0 2006 W 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2007 W 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2008 W 2-1 San Antonio, Texas

TEXAS TECH H: 6-1-0 1994 T 1994 W 1995 W 1995 T 1996 L 1997 W 1998 L 1999 W 2000 W 2001 W 2003 W 2004 W 2005 W 2006 L 2007 W 2008 W

11- 3- 2

A: 5-2-1 N: 0-0-1 1-1 (ot) Lubbock, Texas 2-1 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 3-1 (ot) Lubbock, Texas 0-0 (ot) Dallas, Texas 1-5 Fort Worth, Texas 4-3 Lubbock, Texas 2-3 Lubbock, Texas 2-1 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 (ot) Lubbock, Texas 1-0 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Lubbock, Texas 4-0 Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Lubbock, Texas 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 3-2 Lubbock, Texas

TEXAS WESLEYAN

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1998 W 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas

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1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1995 W 1-0 (ft) Fort Worth, Texas

TRINITY

2- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1986 W 7-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1994 W 1-0 (ot) San Antonio, Texas

TULANE

1- 3- 1

H: 1-2-0 2001 L 2002 L 2003 W 2003 T 2004 L

A: 0-0-1 N: 0-1-0 1-2 Fort Worth, Texas 0-4 New Orleans, La. 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 0-0 (2ot) Charlotte, N.C. 1-4 New Orleans, La.

TULSA H: 3-5-1 1987 W 1987 W 1988 W 1989 L 1990 T 1990 L 1991 T 1991 T 1992 L 1992 T 1993 L 1995 L 1996 L 1997 L 1998 L 1999 W 2000 L 2006 W

5- 9- 4 A: 2-4-2 N: 0-0-1 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 5-3 (ot) Tulsa, Okla. 1-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 Tulsa, Okla. 2-2 (ot) Dallas, Texas 3-5 Fort Worth, Texas 2-2 (ot) Tulsa, Okla. 2-2 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 1-3 Fort Worth, Texas 1-1 (ot) Tulsa, Okla. 1-5 Tulsa, Okla. 1-2 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 0-3 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Tulsa, Okla. 1-2 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 4-3 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas 0-2 Tulsa, Okla. 2-0 Tulsa, Okla.

UA B H: 0-2-0 2001 L 2002 L 2003 L 2004 L

0- 4- 0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 1-2 (2ot) Birmingham, Ala. 3-5 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Birmingham, Ala. 0-2 Fort Worth, Texas

UCLA

0- 1- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1999 L 0-1 San Diego, Calif.

UNLV H: 0-2-1 2005 L 2005 L 2006 L 2007 L 2008 T

0- 4- 1 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-3 Las Vegas, Nev. 1-2 Las Vegas, Nev. 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 1-1 (2ot) Fort Worth, Texas

USF H: 1-0-1 2001 W 2002 T 2003 L 2004 W

2- 1- 1 4-3 3-3 (2ot) 1-2 (ot) 1-0

N: 0-0-0 Tampa, Fla. Fort Worth, Texas Tampa, Fla. Fort Worth, Texas

A: 1-1-0

UTAH H: 3-0-0 1997 W 2005 L 2006 L 2007 W 2008 W 2008 L

3- 3- 0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-1-0 2-1 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Salt Lake City, Utah 0-4 Salt Lake City, Utah 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 1-2 (ot) Las Vegas, Nevada

UTAH STATE

2- 0- 0

H: 2-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1996 W 4-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2007 W 3-1 Fort Worth, Texa

UTEP H: 3-2-0 1996 W 1997 W 1998 L 1999 L 2000 W 2001 W

4- 2- 0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 3-2 Fort Worth, Texas 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas 0-4 Fort Worth, Texas 0-1 Fort Worth, Texas 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas 2-1 (2ot) El Paso, Texas

VANDERBILT

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1997 L 0-4 Colorado Springs, Colo.

WASHINGTON

0- 1- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 1992 L 0-2 Moraga, Calif.

WILLIAM

AN D

MARY

0- 2- 0

H: 0-0-0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 1989 L 0-3 Williamsburg, Va. 2004 L 1-2 Williamsburg, Va.

WISCONSIN

0- 2- 0

H: 0-1-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 1988 L 0-3 Madison, Wis. 1990 L 0-10 Fort Worth, Texas

WRIGHT STATE (OHIO)

0- 0- 1

H: 0-0-1 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 1991 T 0-0 (ot) Fort Worth, Texas

WYOMING H: 0-0-1 1996 W 1997 W 1998 L 2005 L 2006 T 2007 L 2008 L

XAVIER

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

2- 4- 1 N: 0-0-0 Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Fort Worth, Texas Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo.

A: 2-4-0

1- 0- 0

H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 2008 W, 3-0 Fort Worth, Texas

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ALL-TIME GREATS SARAH CAMPBELL | TWO-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE

1986-1989

TCUʼs first true superstar on the pitch, Campbell excelled on the field as she netted 24 goals during her career, which is the all-time school record. She is also second in assists all-time with 17, while also racking up a school record of 75 points during her four year career. Campbell had a banner 1986 season in which she scored the single-season record for points with 34, while also netting the secondbest total ever for goals in a season with 14 on the year. .

JESSI MOORE | TWO-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE

2003-2004

ALLISON CALLERI | 1998 FIRST-TEAM ALL-WAC

1996-1999

Calleri dominated at times during her career as a Horned Frog. The first-team AllWAC selection in 1998 is the school record holder in assists with 18 during her career. Calleri closed out her 1997 season dishing out seven assists in route to second-team all-conference honors. She sits at No. 5 all-time in career goals with 18 and is currently No. 3 all-time in points with 54 for her four-year career.

BRENDA DEROSE | FIRST EVER NATIONAL AWARD SELECTION

1999-2002

In just two years in Fort Worth, Moore made a name for herself as she collected second-team Conference USA honors two-straight seasons. She also was productive in the classroom as she earned Academic All-Conference during both the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

Brenda DeRose earned second-team all-conference honors during her freshman season, while also being the first Horned Frog ever to collect Soccer Buzz AllFreshman Central Region honors in 1999. During her sophomore campaign, DeRose was named first-team all-conference.

The 2004 season saw Moore, who transferred from Mississippi State, record 10 goals, while also dishing out six assists. Finally, Moore closed out 2004 with 26 points, which still sits as No. 4 alltime in school history.

The Norman, Okla., native, was the cornerstone of TCUʼs defense for fourstraight years.

The Grapevine, Texas native currently sits in the top-10 in the record books in both goals and points with 16 and 41, respectively.

MARIBETH FORREST | SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER

1987-1990

Forrest was TCUʼs first great goalkeeper as she still holds school records in three major categories. Overall, she posted the top-two all-time single season records for saves recorded with 159 and 157 saves in 1988 and 1999, respectively.

Up until this past season, Forrest had recorded the single-season best Goals Against Average (GAA) with an average of 1.04 in 1998. She currently sits No. 2 all-time. On Sept. 11, 1988, Forrest etched her name in the record books as she posted 30 saves in one contest. Finally, she is No. 1 all-time in career saves with 490 and shutouts with 18. She also sits at No. 2 all-time in GAA with an average of 1.58 for her four-year career.

Also excelled in the classroom as she earned academic all-conference honors in both the WAC and Conference USA. Overall, DeRose was a four-time academic all-conference selection.

ALL-TIME GREATS CRITERIA

Criteria

Created in the summer of 2009, the All-Time Greats section recognizes those student-athletes that have helped TCU womenʼs soccer elevate its program. To be considered an all-time great, a womenʼs soccer player must have atleast one of the following criteria. Criteria: 1. Must have been an All-Conference Performer 2. Must have recieved All-America Status 3. Must be a school record holder 4. Excelled in the classroom 5. National Award Winner 6. Cannot Be a Current Student-Athlete

Note: The All-Time Greats section is selected by the TCU womenʼs soccer coaching staff and the TCU media relations department.

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2009 MEDIA INFORMATION From the airport to the Soccer Field: Take the south airport exit to Highway 183. Go west on 183. Highways 183 and 121 will merge. Take 121 west towards downtown Fort Worth (exit 24B). Get on I-35W and go south for 0.8 miles before taking I-30 West. Proceed for 2.6 miles, then exit at University Drive South (exit 12). Turn right (west) at Berry Street and as you curve around Berry Street, you will see the Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Field on your right.

DIRECTIONS

TO

GARVEY-ROSENTHAL STADIUM

From the airport to the hotel: Take the south airport exit to Highway 183. Go west on 183. Highway 183 will become 121. Take 121 west toward downtown Fort Worth. Get on I-35W and go south for 0.8 miles before taking I-30 West. Proceed 6.9 miles and exit Green Oaks Rd. Your hotel is the Courtyard by Marriott at 6530 West Freeway. From the hotel to the Soccer Field: Take I-30 East to University Drive (approx. 3 miles) Exit University and go south 1.9 miles until you reach Berry Street. Turn right on Berry Street and go .9 miles until you reach Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Field. From the Soccer Field to the hotel: As you come out of the soccer field, turn left on Berry Street until you come to University. Turn left (north) on University until you approach I-30 West, 1.9 miles. Go under overpass and turn left to go west on I-30. Go approx. 3 miles until you reach 6530 I-30 West- The Courtyard by Marriott.

TCU ALMA MATER & FIGHT SONG ALMA MATER

Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

FIGHT SONG CHANT

F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T

Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T

Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

• The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.”

WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG?

• Their primary diet is red harvester ants; theyʼd like 80 to 100 a day. • The typical horned frog is three to five inches long.

• Horned frogs are cold-blooded animals and have an unusual pinea gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoolgists believe is part of their system of the moregulation.

• When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four foot stream of blood from their eyes.

• The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

FIGHT SONG

We'll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

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PROSPECTS

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE

Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? Andrea Nordmann You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other ben- Associate Athletic Director for Compliance 817.257.7525 efit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes. a.nordmann@tcu.edu How do I know if Iʼm being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

WHAT IS A CONTACT?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospectʼs parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

BOOSTERS

Who is a "booster"? A "booster" is known in NCAA terms as a "representative of the institution's athletics interests." You become a booster if: • you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, • you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, • you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, • you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, • you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner.

NCAA Bylaw 13.02.12.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU's athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL

"Institutional control" of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution's staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution's athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations.

Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.

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John Cunningham Director of Athletics Compliance 817.257.7525 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu Becky Holmes Assistant Director of Athletics Compliance 817.257.7525 r.holmes@tcu.edu Stephanie Kay Administrative Assistant 817.257.7525 stephanie.key@tcu.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION

NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 317.917.6222 www.ncaa.org

Mountain West Conference 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 719.488.4040 www.TheMWC.com Texas Christian University Office of Athletics Compliance 2800 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129 www.gofrogs.com

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Media Relations Department

The TCU Athletics Media Relations Department thanks you for your interest in TCU womenʼs soccer. Matt Hoover is the TCU soccer contact. The athletic media relations office is located in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and maintains information on all current student-athletes, as well as historical information on previous student-athletes and the program in general. The office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. The office number is 817/2577969 and the fax number is 817/257-7964.

• Director of Media Relations • Football • Womenʼs Golf

Mark Cohen

• Assistant Director of Media Relations • Secondary Football • Womenʼs Basketball • Menʼs Tennis

Andy Anderson

Attending Matches

All home matches are held at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium on the campus of TCU. Media interested in attending games should contact Matt Hoover to obtain a credential.

Media Information

Prior to each meet, members of the media will receive game notes previewing the upcoming event as well as featuring the latest news and results in TCU womenʼs soccer. The media will also receive a complete box score from each game. Additional information, including statistics and results are available on TCUʼs athletics website, www.gofrogs.com.

• Assistant Director of Media Relations • Menʼs Basketball • Menʼs Golf • Web

Joe Monaco

All interviews of athletes and coaches must be coordinated through the TCU media relations department. Interview requests must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Phone interviews for out-of-town media can also be arranged. Interviews can be arranged depending on the studentathletes/coaches availability and are conducted in the media relations office or at the stadium. Coaches and athletes are made available after home events. Please notify Matt Hoover of your request prior to the conclusion of the contest.

• Assistant Director of Media Relations • Volleyball • Baseball • Rifle

Brandie Davidson

Media Credentials

Any media wishing to cover a TCU home soccer matches needs to contact Matt Hoover in the Media Relations office in writing or by phone to receive a media credential to the competition. Requests should be received by noon on Thursday prior to the Friday contest.

• Coordinator of Media Relations • Soccer • Cross Country • Track & Field • Equestrian • Graphic Design

Matt Hoover

Internet

The media and general public can also access information on all of TCUʼs athletic programs at TCUʼs official athletics web site, www.gofrogs.com. Revamped during the summer of 2008, www.gofrogs.com, features statistics, facts and results on every intercollegiate sport at TCU. You can also listen and watch live TCU athletic events through TCU All-Access.

• Graduate Assistant • Womenʼs Tennis • Swimming & Diving

Jaime Handy

Photographers

At virtually any soccer competition, photographers wishing to work must adhere to strict guidelines. Photographers may shoot from anywhere off the field, provided they are not blocking the view of any paying spectator. While shooting from the side, photographers are asked to stay safely away from the competition area. Furthermore, photographers are required to move if any activity approaches the area in which they occupy. Even officials have full authority to remove any photographer who is deemed in an unsafe area or is hindering the administering of any event. Any photographer failing to adhere to these policies may be asked to leave the competition venue. At all times, photographers are asked not to block the views of any paying spectators, athletes, officials or other media members.

Mountain West Conference Media Relations

Contact Becky Motchan (bmotchan@themwc.com), Mountain West Conference Assistant Director of Championships/Communications for any information concerning MWC womenʼs soccer. The MWC office number is 719/488-4040.

TCU MISSION STATEMENT

• Focuses on the well-being of the student-athlete. • Provides Division I programs for men and women in which the participants have a successful competitive experience. • Supports a meaningful academic experience leading to graduation. • Develops support for the University among its constituents. • Is committed to the philosophy and principles of the NCAA, Mountain West Conference and the University. • Is committed to provide equitable opportunities for all student-athletes and athletic department personnel, including women and minorities.

Just TCU

Though the TCU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) athletics. Therefore, in all sports-related media references, we respectfully urge that the university's teams be identified with an appropriate appellation - TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage.

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TCU HORNED FROGS

GOFROGS.COM

TCU Website GoFrogs.com, is the official site of the TCU Athletics Department and it supplies Horned Frog fans around the country with the latest news, video and features on TCU Womenʼs Soccer live from Fort Worth.

The site provides the latest press releases, rosters, bios, features, schedules, statistics, game notes, quotes, player and coach journals, photo galleries, audio and video available to TCU fans and the media.

The premium content TCU All-Access at GoFrogs.com provides even more access to the Horned Frogs as all video content is free to the public. Every week during the season, TCUʼs All-Access carries video of the Horned Frogs previous week along with player interviews as well as live webcasts.

GoFrogs.com also provides coach and player quotes, photos, video and audio clips and the latest weekly notes from the TCU Athletics Media Relations in advance to a game. On game days, live statistics, video and the TCU Radio Network radio broadcasts are available online with recaps, statistics, notes, quotes and photos following shortly after the game.

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