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TEXAS TECH SOCCER 2012 SEASON IN REVIEW

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2012 RESULTS

Date Opponent Aug. 17 vs. Idaho Aug. 19 vs. New Mexico Aug. 24 vs. Stephen F. Austin Aug. 26 vs. Montana Aug. 31 vs. Nevada Sept. 2 at ‘Ole Miss Sept. 8 at Auburn Sept. 14 at Long Beach State Sept. 16 at C.S. Fullerton Sept. 21 at West Virginia Sept. 23 vs. N.M. State Sept. 28 vs. Oklahoma Sept. 30 vs. Iowa State Oct. 5 vs. Baylor Oct. 12 at Texas Oct. 14 vs. Francis Marion Oct. 19 at TCU Oct. 21 at Kansas Oct. 26 vs. Oklahoma State Oct. 31 vs. Kansas! Nov. 2 vs. Baylor! Nov. 10 vs. North Texas& Nov. 17 vs. Forida State&

THE 2012 SEASON IN REVIEW

Location Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Lubbock, Texas Oxford, Miss. Auburn, Ala. Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Morgantown, W.V. Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Austin, Texas Lubbock, Texas Ft. Worth, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Lubbock, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Lubbock, Texas Tallahassee, Fla.

Result W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 (2OT) W, 2-1 L, 3-2 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 3-2 (2OT) W, 1-0 W, 3-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 3-2 (2OT)

*Times subject to change ! 2012 Big 12 Championships & 2012 NCAA Championships

2012 FINAL BIG 12 STANDINGS

Team West Virginia Baylor Texas Tech Texas Oklahoma Kansas Oklahoma State TCU Iowa State

Big 12 7-0-1 5-0-3 5-2-1 4-4 3-3-2 3-5 1-4-3 1-5-2 1-7

RAIDERS

Pts 22 18 16 12 11 9 6 5 3

Overall 11-5-4 19-1-5 16-6-1 8-10-2 7-9-4 10-8-2 11-6-3 7-10-4 10-10

2012 TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS 2012 AT A GLANCE

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Overall Record__16-6-1, 5-2-1 Big 12 Head Coach_________ Tom Stone Overall____________60-48-11 School Record__________ Same Final Big 12 Finish_________ 3rd Final National Rankings____ No. 25

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First NCAA Tournament Victory First NCAA Tournament Appearance First Big 12 Championships Semifinal Appearance Most Wins in a Single Season Best Winning Percentage in School History in School History Best Home Winning Percentage in School History

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Best Big 12 Finish in School History First All-American Selection School Record Three NSCAA AllCentral Region Selections School Record Four First Team All-Big 12 Selections Big 12 Rookie of the Year Selection

2012 - A SEASON TO REMEMBER

LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech soccer program took one of the most significant and historic steps forward during the unprecedented and downright unforgettable 2012 season. Under the guidance of sixth-year head coach Tom Stone, the Red Raiders received their first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament, set a school record with 16 victories and advanced to the semifinals of the Big 12 Tournament. It was a season in which the Red Raiders saw a remarkable six-game win-total improvement from 2011, the largest single-season improvement among Big 12 teams. In all, Tech ended the banner season with a 16-6-1 record - good for a school record .696 winning percentage. The Red Raiders concluded the regular season with a thrilling 2-0 shutout victory over Oklahoma State in the NSCAA College Game of the Week in front of a national audience on FOX Soccer Channel before advancing to the semifinals of the Big 12 tournament. The impressive regular season eventually earned the Red Raiders their first-ever NCAA bid and fittingly hosted North Texas in the first round. In it’s NCAA Tournament debut, Texas Tech moved to 9-1 at home in 2012 with a 2-0 shutout of North Texas in front of a standing room only crowd of 1,738 at the John Walker Soccer Complex - the third-largest NCAA First Round crowd nationally in 2012. Texas Tech was led in 2012 by freshman phenom Janine Beckie who tallied 14 goals - the most by a Red Raider since 1996. Beckie, who also netted five game-winners in her rookie campaign, earned Big 12 Rookie of the Year honors before becoming the first Texas Tech player to be named to the NSCAA All-America team as a second team selection. Meanwhile, junior goalkeeper Victoria Esson became the all-time shutouts leader by tying the school record with seven shutouts in 2012.

TECH’S DYNAMIC DUO - SOPHOMORE MIDFIELDER PAIGE STRAHAN & FRESHMAN FORWARD JANINE BECKIE

THE BECKIE/STRAHAN ATTACK

#24 PAIGE STRAHAN

Goals ____________________ 22 Assists____________________ 8 Points____________________ 52 GW Goals__________________ 10 Shots on Goal_______________ 67

Meanwhile, Strahan emerged as both one of the top scorers in the Big 12 and as one of the top storylines of the 2012 Texas Tech squad. After netting just one goal during her freshman campaign in 2011, Strahan has exploded for eight strikes this season and has led the Big 12 alongside Beckie with five game-winners. Strahan strung together a pivotal five-match scoring streak from Sept. 16-30 which was the longest scoring streak by a Red Raider since 2009.

#12 JANINE BECKIE

Texas Tech freshman forward Janine Beckie and sophomore midfielder Paige Strahan have combined to become one of the top scoring threats in country during the 2012 season. The two, who were both named to the All-Big 12 First Team, combined to score 22 goals during the season – 10 of which were game-winners. Beckie, who earned All-America Second Team honors, led the Red Raiders and all Big 12 freshmen with 14 goals of her own. Two of her game-winning strikes came with within the final minute of play. Perhaps most telling is the Red Raiders were 11-3 when either Beckie or Strahan finds the back of the net.

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK NOV. 1 NSCAA ALL-CENTRAL REGION FIRST TEAM

September 18 Scores three goals at the Cal State Fullerton Invitational tournament including the game-winner against No. 20 Long Beach State in overtime.

Beckie led the Red Raiders and all Big 12 freshmen with 14 goals in 2012.

November 16 Scores twice in Texas Tech’s NCAA Second Round match at top-seeded Florida State.

Most goals by a Texas Tech freshman in a single season since 1996.

Beckie led the Big 12 with a school record 122 shots during the 2012 season.

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October 26 Scores twice in Tech’s 2-0 shutout of Oklahoma State in front of a nationallytelevised audience on FOX Soccer Channel.

BIG 12 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR SELECTION TWO-TIME BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK

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Beckie scored two goals in the final minute of play during the 2012 season - both led to Texas Tech victories

Beckie scored five game-winning goals in 2012- the most by a Red Raider since 1996. November 1 Scores Tech’s winning goal against Kansas in its first-ever win at the Big 12 Conference tournament.

JANINE BECKIE

NSCAA ALL-AMERICAN

August 17 Scores Texas Tech’s first goal of the 2012 season in the opening minute of the Red Raiders’ victory over Idaho.

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A YEAR TO REMEMBER

THE 2012 RED RAIDERS TEXAS TECH ‘FIRSTS’

SCHOOL/INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

NCAA Tournament Appearance

Wins___________________________________ 16

NCAA Tournament Victory

Winning percentage ___________________ (.696) Home Winning Percentage______________ (.900)

Big 12 Championships Semifinal Appearance

Shot attempts______________ 122 (Janine Beckie)

Top-3 finish in the Big 12

GW Goals______________ Paige Strahan (T-1st/5) Janine Beckie (T-1st/5)

National Player of the Week (Janine Beckie) Victory over a ranked opponent since 2009 - (W, 3-1 at Long Beach State)

Career Shutouts_____________ Victoria Esson (14)

Most All-Big 12 Selections in School History

PLAYER AWARDS AND HONORS NSCAA All-America Team Janine Beckie NSCAA All-Central Region Team Janine Beckie Jaelene Hinkle Paige Strahan Big 12 Rookie of the Year Janine Beckie Top Drawer Soccer Freshmen Team of the Year Janine Beckie All-Big 12 First Team Janine Beckie Jaelene Hinkle Morgan Johnson Paige Strahan

BIG 12 CONFERENCE FINISHES 2009 2010 2011 2012 7th 5th 4th 3rd

Disney Soccer NSCAA Player of the Week Janine Beckie Big 12 All-Tournament Team Janine Beckie Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Jessica Fuston (8/28) Paige Strahan (10/2) Janine Beckie (10/30)

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2012 16

2011 10

2010 11 20010 11

2009 8

2008 8

2007 7

TECH’S TREND

UPWARD

Big 12 Newcomer of the Week Janine Beckie (9/18)

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RED RAIDERS IN THE RECORD BOOKS

RANKING THE 2012 RED RAIDERS IN HISTORY NEW TEAM RECORDS

CAREER RECORDS

Most Wins (16) Best Winning Percentage (.695) Most Home Wins (9)

INDIVIDUAL/SINGLE GAME POINTS RANK 3. T-5.

PLAYER GAME Jessica Fuston 6 vs. Montana (8/26) Janine Beckie 4 vs. Florida State (11/16) Janine Beckie 4 vs. Oklahoma State (10/26)

FIRST HALF GOALS RANK PLAYER T-1. Jessica Fuston

GAME 2 vs. Montana (8/26)

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS POINTS RANK 2.

PLAYER Janine Beckie

NO. 33

GOALS RANK T-2

PLAYER Janine Beckie

NO. 14

GAME-WINNING GOALS RANK PLAYER T-1 Janine Beckie T-1 Janine Beckie

NO. 5 5

SHOT ATTEMPTS RANK PLAYER 1. Janine Beckie

NO. 122

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE RANK PLAYER 4. Victoria Esson

NO. 1.02

SAVES RANK 6.

PLAYER Victoria Esson

NO. 88

SHUTOUTS RANK PLAYER T-2 Victoria Esson

NO. 7

POINTS RANK 6. 9.

PLAYER Jessica Fuston (2010-Pres) Dawn Ward (2009-12)

NO. 53 43

GOALS RANK T-4. T-9

PLAYER Jessica Fuston (2010-Pres) Dawn Ward (2009-12) Janine Beckie(2012-Pres)

NO. 24 24 14

ASSISTS RANK T-6

PLAYER Jaelene Hinkle (2011-Pres) Tiffini Smith (2009-12)

NO. 9 9

GAME-WINNING GOALS RANK PLAYER 3. Jessica Fuston (2010-Pres) 4. Dawn Ward (2009-12) T-5. Janine Beckie (2012-Pres) Paige Strahan (2011-Pres)

NO. 9 6 5 5

SHOT ATTEMPTS RANK PLAYER T-6. Jessica Fuston (2010-Pres) 7. Dawn Ward (2009-12) T-8. Tiffini Smith (2009-12) 10. Janine Beckie (2012-Pres)

NO. 148 135 134 122

SAVES RANK 6.

PLAYER Victoria Esson (2011-Pres)

NO. 150

SHUTOUTS RANK PLAYER 1. Victoria Esson (2011-Pres)

NO. 14

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

2012 MEDIA INFORMATION

2012 SEASON COMPARISONS

Athlete Interviews and Event Coverage Head Soccer Coach Tom Stone and select athletes will be made available to the media upon appointments made with the Texas Tech media relations staff. Requests for interviews with athletes should be directed to Assistant Director Britton Drown at least 24 hours in advance. Every effort possible will be made to arrange interviews with coaches and athletes per the request of a recognized media outlet.

Shot Stats Goals - Shot Attempts Goals Scored Per Game Shot Pct Shots on goal-attempts SOG Pct. Shots/Game Assists

TTU OPP 46-428 23-257 2.00 1.00 .107 0.89 213-428 122-257 .498 .457 18.6 11.2 38 13

Media outlets wishing to cover Texas Tech soccer matches should request proper credentials prior to the day of the event. Requests for credentials can be made through Britton Drown or by calling the Texas Tech Athletic Communications office at (806) 742-2770.

Goal Breakdown Total Goals Penalties Overtime

TTU OPP 44 23 1 2 1 2

Corner Kicks

TTU 123

OPP 67

Penalty Kicks Yellow Cards Red Cards

TTU 14 0

OPP 12 0

Offical Athletics Website - TexasTech.com The official website of Texas Tech athletics can be found by visiting www.TexasTech.com. Texas Tech soccer media releases along with up-to-date content covering the entire Texas Tech Athletics Department can be found by visiting TexasTech.com. The website also contains schedules, rosters and meet information for the Texas Tech track and field team.

TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Video Highlights Video highlights of Texas Tech soccer matches can be found by visiting the official file-share website of Texas Tech Athletics at www.TTUMedia.com. A login and password is required to access the website, and will be provided by contacting Britton Drown or a representative of the Texas Tech athletics communications staff.

Texas Tech Athletics Communications Jones AT&T Stadium Rm. 117 2526 6th St. Lubbock Texas, 79409

Britton Drown

Assistant Director/Athletics Communications Texas Tech Soccer Media Contact britton.drown@ttu.edu Cell: (972) 679-5094

THE GERALD MYERS INDOOR SOCCER FACILITY

LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech soccer program officially unveiled the Gerald Myers Indoor Soccer Facility on Oct. 24. The 37,800 square foot soccer-specific training facility sits directly south of the playing field at the John Walker Soccer Complex, and will provide the Red Raiders a state-of-the-art climate-controlled training facility. “The building of this facility shows the unparalleled commitment Texas Tech has for women’s soccer,” head soccer coach Tom Stone said. “It is a phenomenal facility for our team and continues to display the immense growth of our program.” The facility was completed in 165 days and was constructed over the existing Field Turf

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practice fields adjacent to the John Walker Soccer Complex. The building is both heated and cooled and is within walking distance of the player’s lounge, locker rooms and coaches offices housed within the team field house. The team field house at the John Walker Soccer Complex was completed prior to the 2009 season and remains one of the top facilities not only in the highly-competitive Big 12 Conference but the nation.

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2012 QUICK FACTS

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY School_____________________ Texas Tech University Location_______________________Lubbock, Texas Founded _____________________________1923 Enrollment___________________________31,637 Nickname ________________________Red Raiders School Colors___________________ Scarlet and Black Affiliation__________________________ Division I Conference ___________________________ Big 12 Chancellor______________ Kent Hance (Texas Tech ‘65) Interim President ______________ Lawrence Schovanec Director of Athletics ______ Kirby Hocutt (Kansas State ‘95) Deputy Athletics Director________________Joe Parker Senior Women’s Administrator__________ Dr. Judi Henry Athletics Department Phone__________ (806) 742-3355 Ticket Operations_________________ (806)-742-TECH 2012 TEAM OVERVIEW 2012 Record/Big 12 Finish_____ 16-6-1, (5-2-1 Big 12 - 3rd) Home Record _________________________ 9-1-0 Away______________________________ 3-4-1 Neutral_____________________________ 4-1-0 Final Rankings___________________ No. 25 (NSCAA) 2012 Postseason______________ NCAA Second Round PROGRAM HISTORY First Season of Soccer______________________1994 All-Time Record____________________ 140-201-21 NCAA Championship Appearances________________ 1 Best Conference Finish_________________ 3rd (2012) 2012 COACHING STAFF Head Coach________________ Tom Stone (6th Season) Alma Matar_______________________ Duke, 1987 Career Record_______________________ 60-48-11 Record at Tech_________________________ Same Big 12 Record________________________ 23-26-7 Associate Head Coach_______ Aaron Gordon (6th Season) Alma Mater_____________________North Texas ‘97 Assitant Coach____________ Ashley Gordon (6th Season) Alma Mater_________________________ SMU ‘94 Volunteer Assistant__________Gibbs Keaton (3rd Season) Alma Mater _____________________ Texas Tech ‘06 ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Communications Director_______________Blayne Beal Assistant Director (Soccer Contact)________ Britton Drown Email___________________ britton.drown@ttu.edu Office Phone____________________ (806)-742-2770 Cell Phone_____________________ (972)-679-5094 Office Fax_______________________ 806-742-1970 Mailing Address_____________________ Box 43021 Lubbock, Texas 79409 Overnight Address________________ 6th and Boston Lubbock, Texas 79409

2012 TEXAS TECH ROSTER

No. Name 12 Janine Beckie 31 Alexis Braziel 26 Ashley Casey 29 Leah Christensen 9 Hannah Devine 7 Jessica Disabella 23 Sarah Ellison 30 Victoria Esson 28 Haley Fowler 4 Jessica Fuston 17 Hayley Haagsma 21 Bethany Hale 10 Caity Heap 15 Jaelene Hinkle 5 Erin Inman 16 Bridgett Jenkins 18 Morgan Johnson 6 Meghan Mitchell 8 Alli Murphy 19 Taylor Narvaiz 27 Brady Prescott 25 Katy Reamer 11 Briana Rohmer 14 Tiffini Smith 24 Paige Strahan 22 Dawn Ward 0 Lauren Watson 1 Erin Wikelius 3 Conner Williams 20 Mallory Yacullo

Position Year Hometown/HighSchool F Fr. Highlands Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian GK Sr. Southington, Conn./Southington/UAB F/MF Fr. Allen, Texas/Allen D RS-Jr. San Angelo, Texas/Central MF Fr. Georgetown, Texas/Home School MF Jr. Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound MF Sr. Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo GK Jr. Christchurch, New Zealand/Burnside/Aukland Univ. D RS-Jr. Odessa, Texas/Permian F Jr. Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge MF Jr. Cerritos, Calif./Valley Christian D Fr. Iowa Park, Texas/ Iowa Park MF/F Fr. McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd D So. Denver, Colo./Valor Christian MF So. Austin, Texas/McNeil D So. Keller, Texas/Keller D Sr. Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview D Fr. Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge M Fr. Plano, Texas/Plano F/MF So. Lubbock, Texas/Monterey D/F Fr. Amarillo, Texas/Amariillo M Fr. Arlington, Texas/Martin F/MF Fr. Fort Worth, Texas/Fossil Ridge MF Sr. Fort Worth, Texas/Forth Worth Country Day F/MF So. Odessa, Texas/Permian F Sr. Midland, Texas/Midland GK Fr. The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands GK RS.-Jr. Austin, Texas/Westlake MF RS-Jr. Carrollton, Texas/Hebron MF Jr. Parker, Colo./Ponderosa

2012 TEXAS TECH ROSTER BREAKDOWN

BY CLASS Seniors ___________________ 5 Juniors___________________ 9 Sophomores________________ 5 Freshmen________________ 12 BY STATE Texas___________________ 23 New Mexico________________ 1 Colorado__________________ 3 California__________________ 1 Connecticut________________ 1 International________________ 1

PRONUNCIATIONS Alexis BRAZIEL _________brah-ZEEL LEAH Christensen_________ LEE-uh Hannah DEVINE_________ duh-VINE Victoria ESSON___________ESS-uhn Jessica FUSTON_______ FYOO-stuhn Haley HAAGSMA_______ HAGS-mah CAITY Heap__________ (Like Katie) JAELENE Hinkle__________JAY-leen Taylor NARVAIZ________ NAR-VI-ez Briana RHOMER_________ ROH-mer Paige STRAHAN________ STRAY-han Erin WIKELIUS______wah-KEE-LEE-us Mallory YACULLO_____ yah-COO-LOW

FACILITY INFORMATION Stadium_____________ John B. Walker Soccer Complex Capacity____________________________ 1,500 Largest Crowd____________2,288 (10/15/11 vs. Kansas) Dimensions_____________________76yds x 120yds Surface___________________________ Field Turf

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2012 STORYLINES

Tech Sets Record For Wins in a Single Season Texas Tech finished the 2012 season with a school record 16 wins. The Red Raiders completed the 23-game fall with a 16-6-1 record to also set a school record with a .695 winning percentage. Tech went 9-1 at the John Walker Soccer Complex matching the school record for most home wins set in 1996.

Tech Hosts Third Largest NCAA First Round Crowd Texas Tech’s John Walker Soccer Complex has earned a reputation as one of the top collegiate soccer facilities in the country and proved that yet again during the first round of the NCAA Championships. On Nov. 10 the Red Raiders shutout North Texas 2-0 in front of a standingroom only crowd of 1,738. The crowd was later announced as the third largest for an NCAA First Round match in 2012.

Welcome to the NCAA Tournament Texas Tech had never qualified for NCAA postseason play before the 2012 season. Though after finishing third in the Big 12 with five conference wins and advancing to the semifinals of the Big 12 Championships, the Red Raiders earned their first NCAA Championships bid in school history. Tech hosted the first round at the John Walker Soccer Complex and advanced to the second round with a 2-0 shutout of North Texas.

NCAA First Round Attendance Site (Attendance) Harry A. Merlo Field (2,512) South Field at BYU Soccer Stadium (2,200) John Walker Soccer Complex (1,738)

Texas Tech - A Program on the Rise The 2012 season was another familiar step forward for the Texas Tech soccer program. For the fourth consecutive season the Red Raiders improved in the Big 12 standings finishing third in the highly-competitive league – their best conference finish school history. Meanwhile, Tech improved its win total from 2011 by six games – the largest single-season improvement of any Big 12 team. Team Win Total Change (2011/2012) Texas Tech +6 Baylor +4 Kansas +1 Iowa State +1 Oklahoma 0 TCU 0 Texas -3 West Virginia -6 Oklahoma State -11 Proving Them Wrong - Again For the third consecutive season, the Red Raider soccer team finished ahead of what the squad was predicted to finish in the preseason rankings. Texas Tech was tabbed to finish fifth in the 2012 Big 12 Preseason Poll and ended the season with the school’s best conference finish in program history at third. The Red Raiders have meanwhile improved in the final Big 12 standings in four consecutive seasons. Texas Tech in the Big 12 Standings Season Conference Record 2009 3-4-3 2010 4-5-1 2011 3-4-1 2012 5-2-1

Big 12 Finish T-7th T-5th 4th 3rd

Beckie Becomes First Tech All-American Texas Tech freshman forward Janine became the first Red Raider in program history to be named to the NSCAA All-America team after leading Texas Tech with 14 goals and five assists on the season. Beckie earned second team honors and was one of just two freshmen named to the three teams. Record Three Red Raiders on NSCAA All-Central Region Team Texas Tech was represented by three Red Raiders on the NSCAA All-Central Region team. Freshman forward Janine Beckie became the program’s first-ever selection to the first team was joined by sophomore Jaelene Hinkle (second team) and sophomore Paige Strahan (third team). Hinkle earned her second All-Region selection while Strahan made her first career appearance. Four Red Raiders Named to All-Big 12 First Team Texas Tech found its named littered across the postseason All-Big 12 team as four Red Raiders were named to the first team as voted on by the league coaches. Freshman Janine Beckie was named Rookie of the Year and was joined by sophomore defender Jaelene Hinkle, senior defender Morgan Johnson and sophomore midfielder Paige Strahan. The four selections are the most in school history in a single season. TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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Matchup Portland - Washington State BYU - Utah State Texas Tech - North Texas

What an Difference a Year Makes The Texas Tech offense produced one of the top turnarounds of the 2012 season. The Red Raiders ended the season ranked 39th nationally averaging two goals-per-game – a significant improvement from 2011 where Tech averaged just over one goal-per-contest at 1.35. With the improvement, Tech jumped 119 spots nationally from 158th in 2011. Among the Big 12, the Red Raiders leaped from 8th in goals-per-game in 2011, to 2nd in 2012. Tech Dominates at Home in 2012 There truly was no place like home for the Red Raiders in 2012 as they concluded the 2012 season with a 9-1 mark when playing at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Texas Tech’s nearly unblemished record came in convincing fashion as well. The Red Raiders outscored opponents by a margin of 23-6 through 10 home matches. Texas Tech has now won at least seven matches at home for the third consecutive season while the Red Raiders are 37-16-1 at home under head coach Tom Stone. Since the opening of the John Walker Soccer Complex prior to the 2009 season, the Red Raiders are 28-9-1 at home. Texas Tech at The John Walker Soccer Complex in 2012 Category TTU Opp Goals 23 6 Second Half Goals 15 2 Goals/Game 2.30 .60 Beckie Tabbed to Freshmen Team of the Year Texas Tech freshman forward Janine Beckie’s stellar rookie campaign was recognized on the national level following the 2012 season as she was tabbed to the Top Drawer Soccer Freshmen Team of the Year - First Team. Beckie was just one of two Big 12 freshmen named to the team joining Texas goalkeeper Abby Smith. Victoria Esson Earns School Record 14th Career Shutout Victoria Esson moved into the lead for career shutouts at Texas Tech with a 2-0 victory over North Texas in the first round of the NCAA Championships. Esson, in just her second season in front of the net for the Red Raiders, earned her 14th career shutout with the performance. The Christchurch, New Zealand native has earned seven shutouts this season which matches total from last year. Single Season Shutouts Player (Season) 1. Stephanie Carter (1995) 2. Victoria Esson (2012) Victoria Esson (2011) 3. Colleen Pitts (2010) 4. Tina Rincon (2007) Tina Rincon (2008) Brittney Peese (1999) Lizzie Pruitt (1996)

Shutouts 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5

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2012 STORYLINES

Tech Sets Record For Wins in a Single Season Texas Tech finished the 2012 season with a school record 16 wins. The Red Raiders completed the 23-game fall with a 16-6-1 record to also set a school record with a .695 winning percentage. Tech went 9-1 at the John Walker Soccer Complex matching the school record for most home wins set in 1996.

Tech Hosts Third Largest NCAA First Round Crowd Texas Tech’s John Walker Soccer Complex has earned a reputation as one of the top collegiate soccer facilities in the country and proved that yet again during the first round of the NCAA Championships. On Nov. 10 the Red Raiders shutout North Texas 2-0 in front of a standingroom only crowd of 1,738. The crowd was later announced as the third largest for an NCAA First Round match in 2012.

Welcome to the NCAA Tournament Texas Tech had never qualified for NCAA postseason play before the 2012 season. Though after finishing third in the Big 12 with five conference wins and advancing to the semifinals of the Big 12 Championships, the Red Raiders earned their first NCAA Championships bid in school history. Tech hosted the first round at the John Walker Soccer Complex and advanced to the second round with a 2-0 shutout of North Texas.

NCAA First Round Attendance Site (Attendance) Harry A. Merlo Field (2,512) South Field at BYU Soccer Stadium (2,200) John Walker Soccer Complex (1,738)

Texas Tech - A Program on the Rise The 2012 season was another familiar step forward for the Texas Tech soccer program. For the fourth consecutive season the Red Raiders improved in the Big 12 standings finishing third in the highly-competitive league – their best conference finish school history. Meanwhile, Tech improved its win total from 2011 by six games – the largest single-season improvement of any Big 12 team. Team Win Total Change (2011/2012) Texas Tech +6 Baylor +4 Kansas +1 Iowa State +1 Oklahoma 0 TCU 0 Texas -3 West Virginia -6 Oklahoma State -11 Proving Them Wrong - Again For the third consecutive season, the Red Raider soccer team finished ahead of what the squad was predicted to finish in the preseason rankings. Texas Tech was tabbed to finish fifth in the 2012 Big 12 Preseason Poll and ended the season with the school’s best conference finish in program history at third. The Red Raiders have meanwhile improved in the final Big 12 standings in four consecutive seasons. Texas Tech in the Big 12 Standings Season Conference Record 2009 3-4-3 2010 4-5-1 2011 3-4-1 2012 5-2-1

Big 12 Finish T-7th T-5th 4th 3rd

Beckie Becomes First Tech All-American Texas Tech freshman forward Janine became the first Red Raider in program history to be named to the NSCAA All-America team after leading Texas Tech with 14 goals and five assists on the season. Beckie earned second team honors and was one of just two freshmen named to the three teams. Record Three Red Raiders on NSCAA All-Central Region Team Texas Tech was represented by three Red Raiders on the NSCAA All-Central Region team. Freshman forward Janine Beckie became the program’s first-ever selection to the first team was joined by sophomore Jaelene Hinkle (second team) and sophomore Paige Strahan (third team). Hinkle earned her second All-Region selection while Strahan made her first career appearance.

Matchup Portland - Washington State BYU - Utah State Texas Tech - North Texas

What an Difference a Year Makes The Texas Tech offense produced one of the top turnarounds of the 2012 season. The Red Raiders ended the season ranked 39th nationally averaging two goals-per-game – a significant improvement from 2011 where Tech averaged just over one goal-per-contest at 1.35. With the improvement, Tech jumped 119 spots nationally from 158th in 2011. Among the Big 12, the Red Raiders leaped from 8th in goals-per-game in 2011, to 2nd in 2012. Tech Dominates at Home in 2012 There truly was no place like home for the Red Raiders in 2012 as they concluded the 2012 season with a 9-1 mark when playing at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Texas Tech’s nearly unblemished record came in convincing fashion as well. The Red Raiders outscored opponents by a margin of 23-6 through 10 home matches. Texas Tech has now won at least seven matches at home for the third consecutive season while the Red Raiders are 37-16-1 at home under head coach Tom Stone. Since the opening of the John Walker Soccer Complex prior to the 2009 season, the Red Raiders are 28-9-1 at home. Texas Tech at The John Walker Soccer Complex in 2012 Category TTU Opp Goals 23 6 Second Half Goals 15 2 Goals/Game 2.30 .60 Beckie Tabbed to Freshmen Team of the Year Texas Tech freshman forward Janine Beckie’s stellar rookie campaign was recognized on the national level following the 2012 season as she was tabbed to the Top Drawer Soccer Freshmen Team of the Year - First Team. Beckie was just one of two Big 12 freshmen named to the team joining Texas goalkeeper Abby Smith. Victoria Esson Earns School Record 14th Career Shutout Victoria Esson moved into the lead for career shutouts at Texas Tech with a 2-0 victory over North Texas in the first round of the NCAA Championships. Esson, in just her second season in front of the net for the Red Raiders, earned her 14th career shutout with the performance. The Christchurch, New Zealand native has earned seven shutouts this season which matches total from last year. Single Season Shutouts Player (Season) 1. Stephanie Carter (1995) 2. Victoria Esson (2012) Victoria Esson (2011) 3. Colleen Pitts (2010) 4. Tina Rincon (2007) Tina Rincon (2008) Brittney Peese (1999) Lizzie Pruitt (1996)

Shutouts 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5

Four Red Raiders Named to All-Big 12 First Team Texas Tech found its named littered across the postseason All-Big 12 team as four Red Raiders were named to the first team as voted on by the league coaches. Freshman Janine Beckie was named Rookie of the Year and was joined by sophomore defender Jaelene Hinkle, senior defender Morgan Johnson and sophomore midfielder Paige Strahan. The four selections are the most in school history in a single season. TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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TEXAS TECH GAME HIGHS

TEXAS TECH PLAYER GAME HIGHS

Category No. Opponent POINTS 13 vs New Mexico State (Sept 23 2012) 13 vs Montana (Aug 26) GOALS

5 4

vs New Mexico State (Sept 23 2012) vs Montana (Aug 26)

ASSISTS

5 3 3

vs Montana (Aug 26) vs New Mexico State (Sept 23 2012) vs Idaho (Aug 17)

SHOTS

35 35

at TCU (Oct 19) vs Francis Marion (Oct 14)

SHOTS ON GOAL

19 15

vs Francis Marion (Oct 14) at TCU (Oct 19)

SAVES

7 7

CORNER KICKS

12 10

at Ole Miss (Sep 02) vs Baylor (Nov 02)

FOULS

19 14

vs Baylor (Oct 05) vs Long Beach State (Sep 14)

vs Baylor (Oct 05) vs Iowa State (Sept 30 2012)

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS

Category No. Opponent POINTS 9 vs Baylor (Oct 05) 8 at Florida State (Nov 16) GOALS

3 3 3

at Florida State (Nov 16) vs Baylor (Oct 05) at West Virginia (Sep 21)

ASSISTS

3 2 2 2

vs Baylor (Oct 05) at Florida State (Nov 16) vs Long Beach State (Sep 14) vs Idaho (Aug 17)

SHOTS

20 16 16

at Florida State (Nov 16) at Kansas (Oct 21) vs Baylor (Oct 05)

SHOTS ON GOAL

10 8 8 8 8

vs Baylor (Oct 05) at Florida State (Nov 16) vs Iowa State (Sept 30 2012) vs Long Beach State (Sep 14) at Ole Miss (Sep 02)

SAVES

16 14

vs Francis Marion (Oct 14) at TCU (Oct 19)

CORNER KICKS

5 5 5 5 5

FOULS

17 15

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vs Baylor (Nov 02) vs Kansas (Oct 31) vs Oklahoma (Sept 28 2012) at Ole Miss (Sep 02) vs Idaho (Aug 17) vs Baylor (Oct 05) vs Baylor (Nov 02)

Category Player/Opponent POINTS 6 Fuston, Jessica vs Montana (Aug 26) 4 Beckie, Janine at Florida State (Nov 16) 4 Ward, Dawn vs North Texas (Nov 10) 4 Beckie, Janine vs Oklahoma State (Oct 26) 4 Strahan, Paige vs New Mexico State (Sept 23 2012) 4 Beckie, Janine vs Long Beach State (Sep 14) GOALS 3 2 2 2 2 2

Fuston, Jessica vs Montana (Aug 26) Beckie, Janine at Florida State (Nov 16) Ward, Dawn vs North Texas (Nov 10) Beckie, Janine vs Oklahoma State (Oct 26) Strahan, Paige vs New Mexico State (Sept 23 2012) Beckie, Janine vs Long Beach State (Sep 14)

ASSISTS 2 2

Hinkle, Jaelene vs Oklahoma (Sept 28 2012) Williams, Conner vs Montana (Aug 26)

SHOTS 13 12 12

Beckie, Janine vs Long Beach State (Sep 14) Beckie, Janine at TCU (Oct 19) Beckie, Janine vs Oklahoma (Sept 28 2012)

SHOTS ON GOAL 5 5 5 SAVES 7 7

Ward, Dawn vs North Texas (Nov 10) Beckie, Janine vs Oklahoma State (Oct 26) Ward, Dawn vs Francis Marion (Oct 14) Esson, Victoria vs Baylor (Oct 05) Esson, Victoria vs Iowa State (Sept 30 2012)

TEXAS TECH AMONG THE NCAA (THRU DEC. 3)

Category Scoring Offense (G/Game) Goals-Against Avg. Shutout Pct W-L-T Avg. Save Pct.

Stat 2.0 0.968 0.435 .717 0.811

NCAA Ranking 39 73 54 33 88

5 5

17 17

14

23

Goals Per Game Janine Beckie

0.609

40

Points Per Game Janine Beckie

1.43

48

1.019

94

Total Points Janine Beckie

33

29

Total Saves Victoria Esson

88

89

Game Winning Goals Paige Strahan Janine Beckie Total Goals Janine Beckie

Goals Against Average Victoria Esson

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2012 GOAL PROGRESSIONS

2012 POSTSEASON ALL- BIG 12 FIRST TEAM

Match Result Aug. 17 vs. Idaho W, 2-1

Goal (Time), (Assists) Beckie (0:57), (Strahan, Williams) Strahan (82:46), (Beckie)

Aug. 19 vs. New Mexico W, 2-0

Murphy (49:12), (PK) Fuston (87:35), (Murphy)

Aug. 24 vs. Stephen F. Austin

W, 1-0

Beckie (89:16), (Smith)

Aug. 26 vs. Montana W, 4-0

Fuston (20:03), (Beckie, Hinkle) Fuston, (25:53) (Unassisted) Fuston, (60:41), (Williams) Ellison, (79:58), (Williams, Casey)

Aug. 31 vs. Nevada

W, 1-0

Sept. 2 at Ole Miss

L, 2-0

Sept. 8 at Auburn

L, 2-1

Sept. 14 at No. 20 Long Beach State W, 3-2 (2OT)

Beckie (81:57), (Muprhy, Smith)

Disabella (42:05) Haagsma (49:19), (Hinkle) Beckie (84:12), (Johnson) Beckie (109:29)

Sept. 16 at Cal State Fullerton W, 2-1

Beckie (12:53), (Fuston) Strahan (81:37), (Devine)

Sept. 21 at West Virginia L 3-2

Johnson (50:08), (Haagsma) Strahan, (72:13), (Inman)

Sept. 23 vs. New Mexico State W, 5-0

Strahan(13:45) Strahan (45:02) Beckie (71:58), (Johnson) Johnson (73:50), (Devine) Heap (84:00)

Sept. 28 vs. Oklahoma W, 2-1

Strahan (7:54), (Hinkle) Fuston (42:01), (Hinkle)

Sept. 30 vs. Iowa State W, 2-1

Beckie (12:40) Strahan (54:11), (Beckie)

Pos. Name GK Adrianna Franch D Bry McCarthy D Jaelene Hinkle D Morgan Johnson MF Whitney Berry MF Bri Rodriguez MF Paige Strahan F Renae Cuellar F Kate Schwindel F Janine Beckie U Kristin Cummins

School Oklahoma State West Virginia Texas Tech Texas Tech Kansas West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma West Virginia Texas Tech Texas

Year Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

2012 PRESEASON BIG 12 RANKINGS

Rnk. Team (First Place Votes) 1. Oklahoma State (4) 2. West Virginia (2) 3. Baylor (1) 4. Kansas (1) 5. Texas Tech (1) 6. Texas 7. Oklahoma 8. Iowa State 9. TCU

Pts 60 56 49 44 39 27 25 13 12

TECH ON THE NSCAA ALL-CENTRAL REGION TEAM

Player Janine Beckie Jaelene Hinkle Paige Strahan

Pos. Team F First Team D Second Team MF Third Team

Oct. 5 vs. Baylor L, 3-2 (2OT) Beckie (65:01), (Haagsma) Rohmer (89:31), (Strahan) Oct. 12 at Texas W, 1-0 Ward (57:12) (Beckie) Oct. 14 vs. Francis Marion W, 3-0 Oct. 19 at TCU

Francis Marion Own Goal (0:57) Disabella (24:36), (Heap) Christensen (85:03)

T, 1-1

Sarah Ellison (36:42), (Hinkle)

Oct. 21 at Kansas W, 3-1

Dawn Ward (35:30), (Johnson) Paige Strahan (70:38), (Devine) Kansas Own Goal (79:00)

Oct. 26 vs. Oklahoma State W, 2-0

Beckie (54:53) (Johnson) Beckie (70:08) (Smith)

Oct. 31 vs. Kansas W, 2-0

Beckie (57:02) (Strahan) Ward (81:16) (Casey)

Nov. 2 vs. Baylor

L, 2-1

Smith (20:03)

Nov. 10 vs. North Texas W, 2-0

Ward (50:09) (Beckie) Ward (58:02) (Devine)

Nov. 16 at Florida State L, 3-2 (2OT)

Beckie (14:45) (Fuston) Beckie (87:51) (Murphy) TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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TECH IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS

TEXAS TECH HEAD COACH TOM STONE

NSCAA Coaches Poll Date Week Rankings Aug. 7 Preseason NR Aug. 21 Week 1 RV Aug. 28 Week 2 RV Sept. 4 Week 3 RV Sept 11 Week 4 NR Sept. 18 Week 5 RV Sept. 25 Week 6 NR Oct. 2 Week 7 NR Oct. 9 Week 8 NR Oct. 16 Week 9 RV Oct. 23 Week 10 RV Oct. 30 Week 11 RV Nov. 6 Week 12 RV BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Category Player Offense Aug. 21 Emily Goldstein Aug. 28 Jessica Fuston Sept. 4 Ashley Williams Sept 11 Caroline Kastor Sept. 18 Kate Schwindel Sept. 25 Frances Silva Oct. 2 Paige Strahan Oct. 9 Jennifer Dominguez Kate Schwindel Oct. 16 Emily Bowman Oct. 25 Dana Larsen Oct. 30 Janine Beckie Defense Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Newcomer Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Oct. 30

School Iowa State Texas Tech Kansas Kansas West Virginia West Virginia Texas Tech Iowa State West Virginia Oklahoma Baylor Texas Tech

Maddie Jobe Jess Crowder Kat Ludlow Kelsey Devonshire Vittoria Arnold Bry McCarthy Adrianna Franch Abby Smith Sara Keane Vittoria Arnold Sara Keane

Iowa State West Virginia Baylor Oklahoma TCU West Virginia Oklahoma State Texas West Virginia TCU West Virginia

Ashley Williams Madison Mercado Ashley Williams Makenzie Koch Janine Beckie Abby Smith Renae Cuellar Bri Campos Renae Cuellar Amanda Hill Kara Blosser

Kansas Oklahoma State Kansas TCU Texas Tech Texas Oklahoma Baylor Oklahoma West Virginia West Virginia

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The winningest coach in program history, Tom Stone enters his sixth season at the helm of the Red Raiders as the 2012 season arrives. During his tenure in Lubbock, Stone has built the Texas Tech program into an annual contender in the Big 12 Conference most recently guiding the Red Raiders to their highest finish in school history. The Red Raiders finished fourth in 2011 in what is consistently regarded as one of the toughest conferences in the country. During his five-year tenure in Lubbock, Stone has steadily built the program with a foundation of strong recruiting, annually bringing some of the top talent in the state and the country to Lubbock. Stone has guided to Red Raiders to five consecutive Big 12 Tournament appearances during his tenure. Prior to his arrival the Red Raiders had failed to reach the conference tournament in three straight seasons. Not only has Stone built the Texas Tech program into a power on the field, but he has created an identity for the entire

program - one that the Lubbock community has embraced. On Friday nights in the fall, thousands of fans flock to the John Walker Soccer Complex - one of the premier soccer facilities in the country. That embrace of the Texas Tech soccer program was never more evident than the 2011 season where a new standard for attendance was set. A total of 14,657 fans attended 11 home games during the 2011 season to help Tech rank No. 13 in the nation for average home attendance. Twice during the campaign the Red Raiders broke single-game attendance marks with an announced crowd of 2,176 attending the final showdown with Texas A&M on Oct. 7, while 2,228 fans watched the Red Raiders take on Kansas on Oct. 14. Tech hosted a total of 3,520 fans during the final weekend of home matches last season, which included the thrilling double-overtime victory over Texas. The figure was a new stadium record for a weekend series. In all, the average single-game attendance has ballooned by 280 percent during the Tom Stone Era, increasing from an average of 349 per-game during the 2007 season to last year’s mark of 1,332.

THE LAST TIME TECH...

Defeated a ranked team___________________________________ 2012, (vs. No. 20 Long Beach State 3-2 (2OT)) Shutout an opponent at home________________________________________2012, (vs. Oklahoma State 2-0) Shutout an opponent on the road____________________________________________ 2010, (at Texas 1-0) Shutout an opponent at a neutral site_________________________________ 2012 (vs. Kansas 2-0 - San Antonio) Shutout by an opponent at home_________________________________________2011, (vs. Texas A&M 2-0) Shutout by an opponent on the road_________________________________________2012, (at Ole Miss 2-0) Played an overtime game______________________________________2012, (L, 3-2 at No. 4 Florida State 2OT) Played a double overtime game____________________________________________ 2012, (T, 1-1 TCU 2OT) Scored 5 or more goals_________________________________________ 2012, (vs. New Mexico State - W 5-0) Scored 6 or more goals________________________________________ 2006, (vs. Prairie View A&M - W 10-0) Scored 7 or more goals________________________________________ 2006, (vs. Prairie View A&M - W 10-0) Scored 8 or more goals________________________________________ 2006, (vs. Prairie View A&M - W 10-0) Scored 9 or more goals________________________________________ 2006, (vs. Prairie View A&M - W 10-0) Scored 10 goals in a game________________________________________ 2006, vs. (Prairie View A&M - W 10-0) Allowed 5 or more goals _____________________________________________2010, (vs. Nebraska - L 5-4) Allowed 6 or more goals_________________________________________ 2005, (at No. 14 Texas A&M - L 7-0) Allowed 7 or more goals_________________________________________ 2005, (at No. 14 Texas A&M - L 7-0) Allowed 8 or more goals_____________________________________________ 2003, (at Texas A&M - L 8-0) Allowed 9 or more goals_____________________________________________ 1999, (vs. Nebraska - L10-1) Allowed 10 goals_________________________________________________ 1999, (vs. Nebraska - L 10-1) Won three straight____________________________________________ 2012, (9/23/12 - 9/30/12 - 3 wins) Lost three straight_______________________________________________ 2011, (10/21-11/02 - 3 losses) Won five striaght__________________________________________________ 2012, (8/17-8/31 - 5 wins) Lost five straight_________________________________________________ 2005 (9/2-10/30 - 16 losses) THE LAST TIME A RED RAIDER...

Scored 2+ goals in a single match______________________________2012, Janine Beckie(2 at No. 4 Florida State) Scored 3+ goals in a single match__________________________________ 2012, Jessica Fuston (3 vs. Montana) Recorded a hat trick___________________________________________ 2012, Jessica Fuston (vs. Montana) Recorded 3+ points in a single game________________________________ 2012, Dawn Ward (4 vs. North Texas) Scored a goal in three straight matches_________________________________________ 2012, Paige Strahan Scored a goal in five straight matches__________________________________________ 2012, Paige Strahan Recorded two assists in a single match______________________________ 2012, Conner Williams (2 vs. Montana) Goalie recorded a shutout_____________________________________ 2012, Victoria Esson (vs.North Texas 2-0) Goalie recorded back-to-back shutouts_________________________ 2012, Victoria Esson (vs. Texas, Francis Marion) Goalie recorded three consecutive shutouts______________________________________ 2011, Victoria Esson Goalie recorded five consecutive shutouts________________________________________ 2010, Colleen Pitts

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATS

## 12 24 4 22 18 8 14 15 23 7 17 9 10 3 11 29 26 5 19 20 31 28 27 21 16 6

Player Beckie, Janine Strahan, Paige Fuston, Jessica Ward, Dawn Johnson, Morgan Murphy, Alli Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Ellison, Sarah Disabella, Jessica Haagsma, Hayley Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Williams, Conner Rohmer, Briana Christensen, Leah Casey, Ashley Inman, Erin Narvaiz, Taylor Yacullo, Mallory Braziel, Alexis Fowler, Haley Prescott, Brady Hale, Bethany Jenkins, Bridgett Mitchell, Meghan Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 23-22 23-17 18-17 22-7 23-22 23-6 22-13 23-21 17-7 20-6 23-22 23-8 13-1 4-4 22-1 3-0 11-0 23-14 17-1 22-20 3-1 2-0 3-0 4-0 16-10 3-0 23 23

## 30 31 1

Player Esson, Victoria Braziel, Alexis Wikelius, Erin Total...............

GP-GS 22-21 3-1 2-0 23

Min 1564 1363 1017 976 1965 941 1198 1878 604 724 1960 1266 321 202 586 31 132 1296 665 1204 152 32 8 95 944 17 - -

G 14 8 5 5 2 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 23 Minutes 1954:20 152:25 42:44 2149:29

A 5 2 3 0 4 3 3 5 0 0 2 4 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 13 GA 22 1 0 23

Pts 33 18 13 10 8 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 130 59 GaAvg 1.01 0.59 0.00 0.96

Sh 122 31 35 34 9 26 21 20 18 17 19 22 10 2 23 2 3 6 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 427 258 Saves 88 7 0 99

Shot% .115 .258 .143 .147 .222 .038 .048 .000 .111 .118 .053 .000 .100 .000 .043 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .108 .089

SOG 51 16 19 21 6 10 7 12 12 9 6 10 6 2 10 2 1 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 213 122 SavePct .800 .875 .000 .811

RED RAIDERS CLIMBING THE CAREER CHARTS

Game Winning Goals 1. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)_______________11 2. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)________________10 Brittney Harrison (2006-09)______________10 4. Jessica Fuston (2010-)________________ 9 5. Dawn Ward (2009-)__________________ 6 6. Paige Strahan (2011-________________ 5 Janine Beckie (2012 - ________________ 5 Amy Rutsein (1995-98)________________ 5 Carrie Graham (1999-01)_______________ 5 Zhaleh Rezaie (2006-09)________________ 5 Career Shutouts 1. Victoria Esson (2011-)_______________ 14 2. Tina Rincon (2004-08)_________________13 3. Stephanie Carter (1994-95)______________11 4. Brittney Peese (1998-01)_____________ 10.1 5. Colleen Pitts (2006-10)________________ 9 6. Lizzie Pruitt (1996-97)_________________ 6 7. Erin Wikelius (2009-Pres)_______________ 4 Career Points 1. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)....................................... 108 2. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)..................................... 78 3. Amy Rustein (1995-98)......................................... 63 4. Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................. 57 5. Taylor Lytle (2008-11)........................................... 55 6. Dawn Ward (2009-)......................................45

7. 8. 9.

Jessica Fuston (2009-)..................................52 Amaris Smith (1996-97)....................................... 46 Julie Clement (1994-97)....................................... 44

Career Goals 1. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)......................................... 41 2. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)..................................... 30 3. Amy Rustein (1995-98)......................................... 28 4 Jessica Fuston (2010-...................................24 Dawn Ward (2009-.......................................24 Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................. 24 Career Assists 1. Taylor Lytle (2008-11)........................................... 27 2. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)......................................... 26 3. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)..................................... 18 4. Julie Clement (1994-97)....................................... 14 5. Jennifer Benat (1995-98)...................................... 11 Kerri Campbell (2000-03)..................................... 11 7. Tiffini Smith...................................................9 Conner Williams (2009-..................................9 Lindsay Thompson (1997-00)................................. 9 Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................... 9 Jennifer Hamm (1998-99)...................................... 8

SOG% .418 .516 .543 .618 .667 .385 .333 .600 .667 .529 .316 .455 .600 1.000 .435 1.000 .333 .667 1.000 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .499 .473 W 14 0 0 14

YC-RC 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-0 12-0 L 6 0 0 6

T 1 0 0 1

GW 5 5 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 6 Shutouts 7/2 0/2 0/2 10

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 Shots Faced 231 20 1 252

TEXAS TECH SCORING CAREER HIGHS

Player Assists Goals Janine Beckie 1 2 (3x) Ashley Casey 1 None Leah Christensen None 1 Hannah Devine 1 None Jessica Disabella 2 (vs. Missouri 2010) 1 Sarah Ellison 2 (vs. NWSU 2010) 1 Haley Fowler None 1 (vs. Texas 2009) Jessica Fuston 1 3 (3x) Hayley Haagsma 1 1 Caity Heap None 1 Jaelene Hinkle 1 1 (vs. Hofstra 2011) Erin Inman 1 None Morgan Johnson 1 1 Alli Murphy 1 1 Taylor Narvaiz 1 None Tiffini Smith 1 1 Paige Strahan 1 2 (vs. NMSU 2012) Dawn Ward 1 2 (4x) Conner Williams 2 (vs. Texas 2009) 1 Mallory Yacullo 1 1 TEXAS TECH GOALIE CAREER HIGHS

Goalie Saves Victoria Esson 7 (4x) Alexis Braziel 5 (vs. Montana 2012) Erin Wikelius 8 (vs. Vanderbilt 2009) TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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2012 TEXAS TECH TRENDS

FINAL BIGBIG 12 TEAMLEADERS 12 TEAM LEADERS

By Location When playing at home____________________9-1-0 When playing on the road__________________3-4-1 When playing at a neutral site_______________4-1-0 By Time When playing in August___________________5-0-0 When playing in September________________5-3-0 When playing in October__________________5-1-1 When playing in November_________________1-2-0 When playing on Wednesday________________1-0-0 When playing on Friday___________________7-4-1 When playing on Saturday_________________1-1-0 When playing on Sunday__________________7-1-0 By Situation When leading at half_____________________6-0-1 When trailing at half_____________________0-4-0 When tied at half______________________ 10-2-0 By Goals When Tech scores first___________________ 16-1-1 When opponents score first_________________0-5-0 When Tech is held scoreless_________________0-1-0 When Tech scores 1 goal___________________3-2-1 When Tech scores 2 goals _________________ 10-3-0 When Tech scores 3 goals__________________3-0-0 When Tech scores 4 goals__________________1-0-0 When Tech scores 5 goals__________________1-0-0 By Opponent When playing a Big 12 opponent at home________3-1-0 When playing a Big 12 opponent on the road______2-1-1 When playing a Big 12 opponent at a neutral site____1-1-0 When playing a non-conference match at home____6-0-0 When playing a non-conference match away______1-3-0 When playing a non-conference neutral match_____3-0-0

SHOTS Team 1.Baylor 2.Texas Tech 3.West Virginia 4.Kansas 5.Iowa State 6.Oklahoma State 7.Texas 8.Oklahoma 9.TCU

GP No. 25 530 23 428 20 354 20 337 20 308 20 303 20 261 20 235 21 214

Avg/G 21.20 18.61 17.70 16.85 15.40 15.15 13.05 11.75 10.19

GOALS Team 1.Baylor 2.Texas Tech 3.Iowa State 4.Kansas 5.Oklahoma State West Virginia 7.Texas 8.TCU Oklahoma

GP No. 25 58 23 46 20 37 20 35 20 34 20 34 20 24 21 23 20 23

Avg/G 2.32 2.00 1.85 1.75 1.70 1.70 1.20 1.10 1.15

ASSISTS Team 1.Baylor 2.Texas Tech 3.Kansas Iowa State 5.West Virginia 6.Texas 7.TCU Oklahoma State 9.Oklahoma

GP No. 25 42 23 38 20 31 20 31 20 28 20 21 21 18 20 18 20 14

Avg/G 1.68 1.65 1.55 1.55 1.40 1.05 0.86 0.90 0.70

GOALS ALLOWED Team 1.Baylor 2.West Virginia 3.Kansas Oklahoma State Texas Tech Texas 7.Oklahoma Iowa State 9.TCU

GP No. 25 14 20 20 20 23 20 23 23 23 20 23 20 27 20 27 21 28

Avg/G 0.56 1.00 1.15 1.15 1.00 1.15 1.35 1.35 1.33

FINAL BIG 12 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

POINTS # Player 1.Beckie, Janine-TTU 2.Larsen, Dana-BU 3.Dominguez, Jennifer-ISU 4.Cuellar, Renae-OU Schwindel, Kate-WVU 6.Marchesano, Megan-OSU Sliwinski, Lisa-BU 8.Silva, Frances-WVU Kastor,Caroline-KU 10.Berry,Whitney-KU Strahan, Paige-TTU

G 14 11 14 12 9 11 10 11 11 6 8

A 5 9 0 2 8 3 5 2 2 7 3

Pts 33 31 28 26 26 25 25 24 24 19 19

GOALS # Player 1.Dominguez, Jennifer-ISU Beckie, Janine-TTU 3.Cuellar, Renae-OU 4.Marchesano, Megan-OSU Kastor,Caroline-KU Silva, Frances-WVU Larsen, Dana-BU 8.Sliwinski, Lisa-BU 9.Schwindel, Kate-WVU 10.Williams,Ashley-KU Strahan, Paige-TTU

GP 20 23 20 20 20 20 24 25 20 20 23

G 14 14 12 11 11 11 11 10 9 8 8

Avg/G 0.70 0.61 0.60 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.46 0.40 0.45 0.40 0.35

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ASSISTS # Player 1.Larsen, Dana-BU 2.Schwindel, Kate-WVU 3.Berry,Whitney-KU 4.Fletcher,Jamie-KU 5.Koch, Makenzie-TCU Hannah Higgins-UT Johnson, Ashley-ISU Stephenson, Allie-OSU Morgan, Brittany-ISU Hinkle, Jaelene-TTU Beckie, Janine-TTU Sliwinski, Lisa-BU SHOTS # Player 1.Beckie, Janine-TTU 2.Cuellar, Renae-OU 3.Schwindel, Kate-WVU 4.Larsen, Dana-BU 5.Silva, Frances-WVU Sliwinski, Lisa-BU 7.Berry,Whitney-KU 8.Marchesano, Megan-OSU 9.Kastor,Caroline-KU 10.Hannah Higgins-UT

GP 24 20 20 20 10 20 20 20 20 23 23 25 GP 23 20 20 24 20 25 20 20 20 20

No. 9 8 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Avg/G 0.38 0.40 0.35 0.30 0.50 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.22 0.22 0.20

SH Avg/G 122 5.30 88 4.40 84 4.20 79 3.29 68 3.40 68 2.72 66 3.30 63 3.15 62 3.10 54 2.70

GAME-WINNING GOALS # Player 1. Strahan, Paige-TTU Beckie, Janine-TTU Marchesano, Megan-OSU Kastor,Caroline-KU Cuellar, Renae-OU Larsen, Dana-BU

GP 23 23 20 20 20 24

NO. 5 5 5 5 5 5

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BIG 12 OVERVIEW

TEAM Baylor Iowa State Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

GP 25 20 20 20 20 21 20 23 20

SHOTS 530 308 337 235 303 214 261 428 354

FOULS 296 201 155 148 218 106 188 193 151

OFFSIDE 41 55 39 33 45 27 54 60 30

TEXAS TECH INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

POINTS # Player 12 Beckie, Janine 24 Strahan, Paige 4 Fuston, Jessica 22 Ward, Dawn 18 Johnson, Morgan 8 Murphy, Alli 14 Smith, Tiffini 15 Hinkle, Jaelene 23 Ellison, Sarah 7 Disabella, Jessica

G 14 8 5 5 2 1 1 0 2 2

GOALS # Player 12 Beckie, Janine 24 Strahan, Paige 22 Ward, Dawn 4 Fuston, Jessica 18 Johnson, Morgan 23 Ellison, Sarah 7 Disabella, Jessica 11 Rohmer, Briana 10 Heap, Caity 17 Haagsma, Hayley

GP 23 23 22 18 23 17 20 21 13 23

ASSISTS # Player 12 Beckie, Janine 15 Hinkle, Jaelene 18 Johnson, Morgan 14 Smith, Tiffini 8 Murphy, Alli 24 Strahan, Paige 9 Devine, Hannah 3 Williams, Conner 4 Fuston, Jessica 26 Casey, Ashley SHOTS # Player 12 Beckie, Janine 4 Fuston, Jessica 22 Ward, Dawn 24 Strahan, Paige 8 Murphy, Alli 11 Rohmer, Briana 9 Devine, Hannah 14 Smith, Tiffini 15 Hinkle, Jaelene 17 Haagsma, Hayley

GP 23 18 22 23 23 21 23 22 23 23

A 5 3 3 0 4 3 3 5 0 0

Pts 33 19 13 10 8 5 5 5 4 4

GAME-WINNING GOALS # Player 24 Strahan, Paige 12 Beckie, Janine 4 Fuston, Jessica 22 Ward, Dawn 8 Murphy, Alli

CORNERS PK-PKA 152 1-1 92 2-1 77 4-3 78 3-2 139 5-4 111 2-2 129 0-0 123 1-1 123 1-1

YC-RC 20-0 11-0 1-0 13-0 13-0 3-0 7-0 14-0 6-1

CONSECUTIVE STARTS STREAKS

GP 22 22 17 21 22

NO. 5 5 2 2 1

Player Jr. Hayley Haagsma So. Jaelene Hinkle

Starts 40 33

Streak Began Aug. 19, 2011 Sept. 17, 2011

No. 14 8 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 1

GP 23 23 23 22 23 23 23 4 18 11

No. 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

SH 122 35 34 31 26 23 22 21 20 20

Sht. % .115 .143 .147 .258 .038 .043 .000 .048 .000 .050

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MATCH RECAPS

AUG. 17 vs. IDAHO

W, 2-1

AUG. 19 vs. NEW MEXICO

W, 2-0

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech opened the 2012 season with a thrilling 2-1 win over Idaho Friday night at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Sophomore Paige Strahan provided the game-winning goal in the 82nd minute of action to give the Red Raiders the win in front of an announced crowd of 1,117. “I thought we adjusted nicely tonight,” head coach Tom Stone said. “My biggest impression was that when they equalized after we had been all over them for 80 minutes, our team was not going to accept a draw. We just turned up the volume, scored the second goal and it was over.” Texas Tech scored the opening goal less than a minute into the match when freshman Janine Beckie punched a shot into the back of the net just 57 seconds into the match. With the goal, Beckie became the first Red Raider to score a goal in her Texas Tech debut since Jessica Fuston in 2010. Beckie finished the match with a game-high eight shots on the night. The Red Raiders went on to control the first half of the match, outscoring Idaho 10-5 heading into the intermission and eventually outscoring the Vandals 22-7 for the match. Idaho responded late in the second half when Chelsea Small scored on a deflection in front of the net to tie the game at 1-1. However, it took the Red Raiders less than four minutes to respond with a goal of their own as Strahan gave the Red Raiders the winning goal at the other end to seal the match.

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech shutout New Mexico 2-0 Sunday afternoon at the John Walker Soccer Complex to put the finishing touches on a perfect 2-0 start to the 2012 season. The Red Raiders netted two second half goals to push past the Lobos in the first meeting between the two schools since the 2004 season. “The strength of today’s game is that we were able to flex our roster a bit and the fresh legs really made a difference,” head coach Tom Stone said. “It is really tough to play on Friday and Sunday, especially this early in the season. When we went to our fresh legs and changed our roster out almost completely on the field, the game really turned in our direction.” With the win, the Red Raiders secured their third consecutive 2-0 start to a season. Meanwhile, the Lobos, who were picked to win their third consecutive Mountain West title, dropped to 0-1-1 on the year. Freshman Alli Murphy opened the scoring for the Red Raiders early in the second half when she scored on a penalty kick in the 50th minute of action. It marked the first goal of her Texas Tech career and the second goal by a Red Raider freshman in just two matches of play this season. Junior veteran Jessica Fuston later put the finishing touches on the Tech victory with her first goal of the 2012 season on an assist from Murphy. The goal was the 20th of her career and moved her into sole possession of fifth all-time in career goals. The aggressive Texas Tech defense held the Lobos the just one shot on goal for the match, and helped to give junior Victoria Esson her eighth career shutout. The eight shutouts rank fifth all-time at Tech, just one behind Colleen Pitts in fourth with nine. The Red Raiders will make their first road trip of the 2012 season when they travel to Ft. Worth to play in the TCU Invitational next weekend. Tech will open play against Stephen F. Austin on Friday at 5 p.m.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Janine Beckie (TTU) Chelsie Breen (ID) Paige Strahan (TTU)

Time 0:57 78:00 82:46

Assist Strahan, Williams Baran, Cortez Beckie

Season Goal 1 1 1

Career Goal 1 3 2

Score Texas Tech 1, Idaho 0 Texas Tech 1, Idaho 1 Texas Tech 2, Idaho 1

Player Alli Murphy (TTU) Jessica Fuston (TTU)

Goals by period Idaho Texas Tech

Idaho

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

Player Boyden, Liz Ngan, Emily Pimley, Amber Breen, Chelsie Flockhart, Jill Small, Chelsea Baran, Katie Leathem, Christine Caringello, Emma Lopez, Megan Hart, Erica -- Substitutes -7 Cortez, Meli 16 Wilson, Breanna 21 Zuniga, Nitalia Totals

# 4 3 9 10 12 14 17 18 19 20 24

# 4

Goalkeepers Boyden, Liz

Shots by period Idaho Texas Tech Corner kicks Idaho Texas Tech

Scoring summary: No.

Texas Tech

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 45 1 1 - - 62 1 1 1 - 90 - - - 90 3 2 - - 90 - - 1 71 - - - 90 2 1 - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 36 7

5

1

1 2

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

47 42 45

# 30 3 4 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 24 5 8 9 11 20 22 23

Player Esson, Victoria Williams, Conner Fuston, Jessica Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Narvaiz, Taylor Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Rohmer, Briana Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Totals

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 8

# 30

1 5 10

2 2 12

Total 7 22

Saves by period Idaho Texas Tech

1 5 4

2 0 4

Total 5 8

1.

Time Team 0:57 TTU

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine

2.

78:00 ID

Breen, Chelsie (1)

3.

82:46 TTU

Strahan, Paige (1)

1 0 1

Total 1 2

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 1 1 - 1 61 3 - - - 78 8 2 1 1 79 - - - 50 1 1 - - 90 - - - 90 1 - - - 82 - - - 58 - - - 36 2 2 1 1 48 1 3 1 1 22

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Assist Strahan, Paige Williams, Conner Baran, Katie Cortez, Meli Beckie, Janine

2 1 1

1 2 1 10

2

2 5 1

Total 8 4

Description

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

16

Season Goal 1 1

Career Goal 1 20

Score Texas Tech 1, New Mexico 0 Texas Tech 2, New Mexico 0

Goals by period New Mexico Texas Tech

New Mexico (0-1-1) vs. Texas Tech (2-0-0) Date: Aug 19, 2012 • Attendance: 722 Weather: 81 Degrees - Partly Cloudy

New Mexico

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

40 26 40 24 54 42 2

# 1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 4 8 16 18 19 23

# 1

Player CORNELL, Kelli MONTOYA, Rachel O'CONNER, Dylann FLEMING, Sinead JENKS, Natalie ROWE, Stephanie NARE, Liz HOLGUIN, ELba WEBSTER, Brianna IRWIN, Lauren ELLISON, Brooke -- Substitutes -GUICE, Lindsay LEYBA, Alexis HANSON, Cassie CRAIG, Jordan WHEELER, Annie COONROD, Alyssa Totals

Goalkeepers CORNELL, Kelli

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 31 - - - 90 - - - 37 - - - 63 - - - 90 - - - 90 1 - - - 77 - - - 90 1 - - - 90 1 3

1 1

0

1 1 2

2 2 5

Total 3 7

Corner kicks New Mexico Texas Tech

1 1 0

2 0 1

Total 1 1

Scoring summary: 1. 2.

Time Team 49:12 TTU 87:35 TTU

0

Goal scorer Murphy, Alli (1) Fuston, Jessica (1)

1 0 0

Texas Tech

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

52 13 11 59 9 7

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 2

Shots by period New Mexico Texas Tech

No.

# 30 3 4 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 22 5 7 8 9 11 19 21 23 24

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Williams, Conner Fuston, Jessica Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Rohmer, Briana Narvaiz, Taylor Hale, Bethany Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige Totals

2 1 1 7

1 1 4

1 2

2 1 1

Total 2 1

Description

Win-Esson, Victoria (2-0-0). Loss-CORNELL, Kelli (0-1-1). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Fernando Galvan; Asst. Referee: Jeff Greeson; Kyle Couture; Alt. Official: David Warmer;

Official's signature

1 1

59 18 58 26 41 59 19 1 32

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 1 1 1 0

Assist Penalty kick Murphy, Alli

Total 0 2

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 43 1 1 1 - 66 1 - - - 65 - - - 31 - - - 71 - - - 90 - - - 65 - - - 90 - - - 31 1 1 - - 31

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Saves by period New Mexico Texas Tech

2 0 2

Cautions and ejections:

Cautions and ejections: Win-Esson, Victoria (1-0-0). Loss-Boyden, Liz (0-1-0). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Andrew Bell; Asst. Referee: Dustin Cohen; Jose Garcia; Alt. Official: Perry Wooden;

3

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 4 1 3 3

Assist PK Murphy

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer New Mexico vs Texas Tech (Aug 19, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Idaho vs Texas Tech (Aug 17, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas) Idaho (0-1-0) vs. Texas Tech (1-0-0) Date: Aug 17, 2012 • Attendance: 1117 Weather: 82 Degrees Partly Cloudy

Time 49:12 87:35

Official's signature

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

AUG. 24 vs. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

W, 1-0

AUG. 19 vs. MONTANA

W, 4-0

FT. WORTH, Texas - Just last weekend, Texas Tech freshman forward Janine Beckie proved she could strike within the opening seconds of a match. On Friday night, she put yet another element of her game on display with a heroic game-winning goal in the final minute of regulation. The Highlands Park, Colo. native found the back of the net in the 89th minute of the Red Raiders’ meeting with previously undefeated Stephen F. Austin on the opening night of the TCU Invitational. The stellar goal gave the Red Raiders a 1-0 shutout victory, and sealed a perfect 3-0-0 start to the season. Beckie’s goal came off a deflection from teammate Tiffini Smith’s shot attempt with less than a minute remaining in the match. The score marked the second goal of her young, yet already impressive Texas Tech career with her first coming in opening minute of the season-opener on Aug. 17. With the victory, the Red Raiders are off to their best start since 2010 when Tech won five straight matches to open the season. Junior veteran goalkeeper Victoria Esson recorded a season-high five saves on the evening, with three coming in the first half of action. The Christchurch, New Zealand native now moves into a tie for fourth all-time in career shutouts with former Red Raider Colleen Pitts with nine.

FT. WORTH, Texas - Texas Tech junior Jessica Fuston matched a careerhigh with three goals Sunday morning as she propelled the Red Raiders to a convincing 4-0 shutout over Montana. With the three goals, Fuston matched her own school record for a single game - a feat she has reached now three times during her career. The Cedar Park, Texas native last recorded a hat trick on Sept. 25 of last year in a 5-0 win over Northern Arizona at the John Walker Soccer Complex. The impressive performance capped off a 2-0 weekend at the TCU Invitational in Ft. Worth, as the Red Raiders defeated Stephen F. Austin on Friday night with a game-winning goal in the 89th minute. Texas Tech (4-0-0) is off its best start to a season since 2010 when the Red Raiders opened the year with five straight victories. Tech got off to a quick start in the first half as Fuston found the back of the net with her first goal of the afternoon at the 23:03 mark off an assist from sophomore Jaelene Hinkle. The assist was Hinkle’s first of the season. It took just 2:50 for Fuston to strike again as she fired another shot past Montana goalkeeper Kristen Hoon at the 25:53 mark to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead midway through the first half. The two goals in just under three minutes by Fuston were the quickest back-to-back strikes by a single Tech player since Fuston scored twice in just 53 seconds against Northern Arizona last season on Sept. 25 in a 5-0 win at the John Walker Soccer Complex. The Red Raiders went into the half with a 2-0 lead over the Grizzlies before Fuston added her third goal of the afternoon at the 60:41 mark off a cross from teammate Conner Williams. Senior Sarah Ellison gave the Red Raiders their fourth and final goal when she scored off an assist from freshman Ashley Casey at the 79:58 mark. It marked the first goal of the season for Ellison, and the first career assist for Casey.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Janine Beckie (TTU)

Time 89:16

Assist Smith

Season Goal 2

Career Goal 2

Score Texas Tech 1, SFA 0

Player Jessica Fuston Jessica Fuston Jessica Fuston Sarah Ellison

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Stephen F. Austin (Aug 24, 2012 at Fort Worth, Texas) Goals by period Texas Tech Stephen F. Austin

Texas Tech (3-0-0) vs. Stephen F. Austin (2-1-0) Date: Aug 24, 2012 • Attendance: 683 Weather:

Texas Tech

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

Player Esson, Victoria Williams, Conner Fuston, Jessica Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn -- Substitutes -5 Inman, Erin 7 Disabella, Jessica 8 Murphy, Alli 9 Devine, Hannah 11 Rohmer, Briana 19 Narvaiz, Taylor 24 Strahan, Paige Totals

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 47 1 1 - - 72 4 4 1 - 65 1 - - 1 58 - - - 90 - - - 32 1 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 31 2 1 - - 36

# 30 3 4 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 22

# 30

2 2 1 14

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

2 1 9

1

1

Stephen F. Austin

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

32 7 51 58 32 59 51

Player Lee, Lacey Sadler, Laura Dunnigan, Megan Owens, Rachel Louw, Kylie Raymond, Chelsea Hinojosa, Christie Vernon, Breanne Johnson, Becky Shurtleff, Leslie Prince, Zuri -- Substitutes -5 Curry, Chantal 7 Norman, Ashton 12 Brown, Dallas 32 Salazar, Brenda Totals

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 5

# 1

1 4 6

2 10 5

Total 14 11

Saves by period Texas Tech Stephen F. Austin

Corner kicks Texas Tech Stephen F. Austin

1 2 1

2 3 1

Total 5 2

No.

1.

Time Team 89:16 TTU

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (2)

Assist Smith, Tiffini

2 1 0

Total 1 0

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 4 1 - - 74 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 90 2 1 - - 62 - - - 67 - - - 90 1 1 - - 61 - - - 90 2 1 - - 73

# 1 2 3 4 8 9 11 16 17 18 19

Shots by period Texas Tech Stephen F. Austin

Scoring summary:

1 0 0

1 1 11

Goalkeepers Lee, Lacey

1 5

0

0

2 2 5

Description

Scored off a deflection in the six yard box.

Cautions and ejections: YC-SFA #9 (34:28); YC-TTU #TM (34:37) Win-Esson, Victoria (3-0-0). Loss-Lee, Lacey (1-1-0). Stadium: Garvey-Rosenthal Officials: Referee: Jonathan Weiner; Asst. Referee: David Amastae; Giovanni Sanchez; Alt. Official: Misail Tsapos; Timekeeper: Imani Suber; Scorer: Brandie Davidson;

Official's signature

Season Goal 2 3 3 1

Career Goal 21 22 23 9

Score Texas Tech 1, Montana 0 Texas Tech 2, Montana 0 Texas Tech 3, Montana 0 Texas Tech 4, Montana

Goals by period Montana Texas Tech

Montana (1-3-0) vs. Texas Tech (4-0-0) Date: Aug 26, 2012 • Attendance: 603 Weather:

Montana

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

31 9 37 36

Total 5 8

Assist Hinkle - Williams Williams, Casey

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Montana vs Texas Tech (Aug 26, 2012 at Fort Worth, Texas)

# 1 2 4 6 7 10 14 18 25 27 28 00 3 8 9 11 12 15 20 21 22 24 26 33

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 8 1 3 3

Time 23:03 25:53 60:41 79:58

# 1 00

Player Hoon, Kristen Craig, Erin Makris, Mary McCreath, Lauren Watne, India Costa, Lauren Nystrom, Alyssa Simon, Allie Wilkins, Kate Adair, Tyler Frey, Maddey -- Substitutes -McMillen, Kendra Rhodes, Taylor Tombelaine, Ashley Akins, Mackenzie Hjalmarsson, Britta Torres, Chloe Watson, Courtney Lindsay, Shannon Gintz, Mary Moody, Brooke Wheeler, Paytyn Carl, Stephanie Kardash, Emily Totals

Goalkeepers Hoon, Kristen McMillen, Kendra

Shots by period Montana Texas Tech Corner kicks Montana Texas Tech

Scoring summary: No.

Sh SO G A Min - - - 84 3 1 - - 64 1 - - - 41 2 - - - 39 3 2 - - 63 - - - 63 - - - 51 - - - 45 - - - 72 1 1 - - 53 - - - 38 1 1 1 13

1 1 6

0

0

Texas Tech

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

# 30 3 4 5 9 12 15 17 18 20 23

6 65 0 71 51 26 0 52 0 18 31 42 15

6 7 8 11 14 19 21 22 24 26 27 28 31

Player Esson, Victoria Williams, Conner Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ellison, Sarah -- Substitutes -Mitchell, Meghan Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Narvaiz, Taylor Hale, Bethany Ward, Dawn Strahan, Paige Casey, Ashley Prescott, Brady Fowler, Haley Braziel, Alexis Totals

Min GA Saves 84:29 4 8 5:31 0 0

# 30 31

1 3 14

2 10 7

Total 13 21

Saves by period Montana Texas Tech

1 0 3

2 2 1

Total 2 4

1.

Time Team 23:03 TTU

Goal scorer Fuston, Jessica (2)

2. 3.

25:53 TTU 60:41 TTU

Fuston, Jessica (3) Fuston, Jessica (4)

4.

79:58 TTU

Ellison, Sarah (1)

1 0 2

Williams, Conner Casey, Ashley

Total 0 4

Sh SO G A Min - - - 45 1 1 - 2 49 4 4 3 - 66 - - - 70 - - - 53 5 2 - 1 44 1 1 - 1 62 - - - 90 - - - 83 - - - 40 4 3 1 - 49 1 3 1 1 21

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria Braziel, Alexis

Assist Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene (unassisted) Williams, Conner

2 0 2

1 12

4

7 6 - 41 - 29 - 39 - 50 - 28 - 24 - 41 1 11 - 0+ - 18 - 45 5

Min GA Saves 45:00 0 1 45:00 0 5 1 6 1

2 2 5

Total 8 6

Description

Run down the far side by 15, crossed, and inside post. Shot from high over the goalkeeper's hea Cross from #3 and shot by #4 just inside post. Cross and shot in the inside post.

Cautions and ejections: YC-UM #28 (57:43) Win-Esson, Victoria (4-0-0). Loss-Hoon, Kristen (1-2-0). Stadium: Garvey-Rosenthal Officials: Referee: Kathryn Heidke; Asst. Referee: Jesse McNeil III; Giovanni Sanchez; Alt. Official: Terry Vaughn; Timekeeper: Imani Suber; Scorer: Brandie Davidson;

Official's signature

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

AUG. 31 vs. NEVADA

W, 1-0

SEPT. 2 vs. OLE MISS

L, 2-0

LUBBOCK, Texas - Freshman Janine Beckie scored her second career game-winning goal late Friday night to push the Red Raiders past Nevada 1-0 at the John Walker Soccer Complex. The late strike came at the 81:57 mark of a physical match, as Tech improved to a perfect 5-0-0 on the season. With the victory, the Red Raiders match their best start since the 2010 season, and have now shutout four consecutive opponents on the year. Beckie’s game-winner developed off a long pass from teammate, and fellow freshman, Alli Murphy. With the ball just inside the 18-yard box, Beckie beat a diving Dana Moreno on a long strike to give the Red Raiders the 1-0 lead and eventually the match. For the third time this season, the Red Raiders entered the halftime break scoreless but used the late heroics from Beckie to secure the victory. Texas Tech has now outscored its opponents 7-1 in the second half this season. The shutout marked the third on the season for junior veteran goalkeeper Victoria Esson. The Christchurch, New Zealand native notched two saves on the evening, and has now totaled 10 shutouts during her prolific career. Texas Tech outshot the Wolf Pack 19-4 on the evening while winning the shots-on-goal battle 9-2.

OXFORD, Miss. - The Texas Tech soccer team suffered its first loss of the 2012 season as the Red Raiders fell to Ole Miss 2-0 Sunday night at Ole Miss Soccer Stadium. With the loss, Texas Tech drops to 5-1-0 on the season while giving up its first goal since the season-opener on Aug. 17. Ole Miss found the back of the net early in the 11th minute of the match before adding a goal late in the second half to hand the Red Raiders a loss in their first of five consecutive matches away from the John Walker Soccer Complex. The loss marked the first for Texas Tech junior goalkeeper Victoria Esson on the year as the Christchurch, New Zealand native entered the match with a string of nine straight saves and three straight shutouts. Esson recorded a season-high six saves on the night. The Red Raiders nearly tied the match late in the first half when freshman Briana Rohmer sent a cross to Sarah Ellison in front of the Rebel goal. In pursuit of a header and the equalizer, Ellison collided with Ole Miss goalkeeper Kelly McCormick in midair sending the ball out of danger and erasing the scoring opportunity Tech. Texas Tech outshot the Rebels in the second half 11-3, but could not find the back of the net while the Rebels extended their lead with an Olivia Harrison goal at the 77:50 mark off a free kick to seal the match. The Red Raiders were paced offensively by senior Tiffini Smith and freshman Janine Beckie who combined for six shots on the night - five of which came in the second half.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Janine Beckie (TTU)

Time 81:57

Assist Murphy, Smith

Season Goal 3

Career Goal 3

Score Texas Tech 1, Nevada 0

Player Mandy McCalla (OM) Olivia Harrison (OM)

Goals by period Nevada Texas Tech

Nevada

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

Player Moreno, Dana Schmeda, Sarah Khademi, Megan Fricke, Chelsea Green, Danielle Morning, Kellyn Salcido, Lindsey Fonte, Chrisalyn Braman, Lauren Disarufino, Kori Reilly, Bobby -- Substitutes -4 Gould, Kelly 6 Dominguez, Aleina 8 Lorenzen, Madison 9 Deronde, Alyissa 11 Cascio, Kristi 12 Crump, Chivon 21 Smith, Marlo Totals

# 10

1 4

Goalkeepers Moreno, Dana

1 2

0

Total 4 19

Corner kicks Nevada Texas Tech

1 1 3

2 0 6

Total 1 9

Time Team 81:57 TTU

5 7 8 10 11 19 22

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Totals

Saves by period Nevada Texas Tech

2 0 10

1.

42 25 66 0 57 7 32

# 30 4 9 12 14 15 17 18 20 23 24

# 30

1 4 9

No.

0

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

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 8

Shots by period Nevada Texas Tech

Scoring summary:

Texas Tech

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 39 - - - 57 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 53 - - - 69 1 1 - - 75 - - - 90 2 - - - 83 - - - 24

# 10 2 3 5 7 13 17 20 22 26 28

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (3)

1 0 0

2 0 1

Total 0 1

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 55 2 - - - 64 3 1 1 - 61 2 1 - 1 69 2 2 - - 90 2 2 - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 24 - - - 24 2 1 - - 53 1 1 1 3 19

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 1 9

1

1 2

2 5 0

Texas Tech

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

Total 8 2

# 30 4 8 9 12 14 15 17 18 19 24 00 5 10 11 16 22 23

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Narvaiz, Taylor Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Garcia, Cassie Inman, Erin Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Jenkins, Bridgett Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Totals

Description

Shot from 15 yards out beat keeper to he

Shots by period Texas Tech Ole Miss

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 60 1 1 - - 51 2 1 - - 90 3 - - - 70 3 2 - - 51 1 - - - 90 1 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 26 - - - 32 1 1 2 15

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Corner kicks Texas Tech Ole Miss Assist Murphy, Alli Smith, Tiffini

Season Goal 6 5

Texas Tech (5-1) vs. Ole Miss (6-0) Date: Sep 02, 2012 • Attendance: 1273 Weather: 90 degrees, partly cloudy, wind W 14 mph

47 17 62 21 21 66 46

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 2 1 3 2

Assist - -

Career Goal 15 5

Time Team 10:27 OM 77:50 OM

1 1 1 7

0

0

Goals by period Texas Tech Ole Miss

0 39 31 42 64 33 41

9 10 11 14 20

# 1

Goalkeepers Kelly McCormick

1 4 10

2 11 3

Total 15 13

Saves by period Texas Tech Ole Miss

1 3 5

2 9 0

Total 12 5 Assist (unassisted) Kelly McCormick

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #12 (62:25)

Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Ryan Cigich; Asst. Referee: Marco Arevalo; Andrew Gage; Alt. Official: Tony Obas;

Win-Kelly McCormick (6-0). Loss-Esson, Victoria (4-1). Stadium: OM Soccer Stadium Officials: Referee: Mark Herrington; Asst. Referee: John White; Eric Phillips; Alt. Official: Mike Heidenreich; Timekeeper: Sara Harden; Scorer: Bill Bunting; Ole Miss posts fourth consecutive shutout.

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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2 0 1

Total 0 2

Player Sh SO G A Min Kelly McCormick - - 1 90 Samantha Sanders - - - 90 Erin Emerson - - - 90 Alix Hildal 1 - - - 79 Rafaelle Souza 4 3 - - 73 Bethany Bunker 2 1 - - 49 Maddie Friedmann - - - 90 Jessica Hiskey - - - 90 Maddie Cunningham - - - 90 Mandy McCalla 4 2 1 - 90 Jennifer Miller - - - 46 -- Substitutes -Sydney Eddy - - 7 Brooke Theobald - - - 20 Emily Reid - - 5 Sara Coleman - - - 34 Olivia Harrison 2 2 1 - 47 Totals 13 8 2 1

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6

Goal scorer Mandy McCalla (6) Olivia Harrison (5)

1 0 1

Ole Miss

Po # gk 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 15 17 21 22

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #TM (26:00)

Official's signature

Score Texas Tech 0, Ole Miss 1 Texas Tech 0, Ole Miss 2

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Ole Miss (Sep 02, 2012 at Oxford, Miss.)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Nevada vs Texas Tech (Aug 31, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas) Nevada (5-0-0) vs. Texas Tech (1-3-1) Date: Aug 31, 2012 • Attendance: 1189 Weather: 91 Degrees - Partly Cloudy

Time 10:27 77:50

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 7 1 5 2

2 1 5

Total 6 7

Description

Off free kick from the near side off free kick at midfield

Official's signature

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

SEPT. 8 vs. AUBURN

L, 2-1

AUBURN, Ala. - Texas Tech fell to Auburn 2-1 Saturday night at the Auburn Soccer Complex in the second of back-to-back SEC road matches for the Red Raiders. Texas Tech outshot the Tigers 16-8 with 11 shots on goal, but Auburn goalkeeper Amy Howard notched a season-high 10 saves in front of the net to seal the win for the Tigers. The loss is just Tech’s second of the season after beginning the year with five straight victories. Auburn took a 2-0 lead midway through the first half with both goals coming off free kicks. However, the Red Raiders responded when Texas Tech junior Jessica Disabella connected on her first goal of the season in the 43rd minute to swing the momentum heading into the halftime break. The goal was the sixth of Disabella’s career. Tech went on to outshoot Auburn 10-3 in the second half but couldn’t find the back of the net as Howard recorded six of her 10 saves in front of the net during the final 45 minutes. Texas Tech freshman Janine Beckie led the Red Raider offense with a team-high five shots - two of which hit the cross bar and one hit the post. Saturday marked the third time this season the Texas Tech defense has held an opponent to eight or less shots during a match.

SEPT. 14 vs. No. 20 Long Beach State

FULLERTON, Calif - Janine Beckie did it yet again. Friday night, the sensational freshman netted her third gamewinning goal of the season to push the Red Raiders past No. 20 Long Beach State in their opening match of the Cal State Fullerton Under Armour Invitational. The dramatic game-winner came with just 31 seconds left in double overtime at Titan Stadium, and was her second goal of the evening. Beckie not only gave the Red Raiders the win, but sent the match into overtime with the equalizer at the 84:12 mark to erase a late 2-1 Long Beach State lead. Friday’s victory marks the first over a ranked opponent since 2009 and snapped a two-game losing skid. Tech now improves to 6-2 on the season and will complete play at the Cal State Fullerton Under Armour Invitational Sunday afternoon with a 3:30 p.m. match against the host Titans. As Tech has done throughout the season, the Red Raiders outshot the 49’ers 26-15 on the night, including a 6-1 advantage in overtime play. Beckie paced the Red Raider offense with a game-high 13 shots. Following a scoreless first half of action, the Red Raiders jumped out to a 1-0 lead off a header from junior Hayley Haagsma at the 49:19 mark. The goal was the first of the season for the Cerritos, Calif native and the second of her career. The 49’ers would then score back-to-back goals, both off the foot of Eileen Maes, to take a 2-1 lead late in the second half. However, the first of Beckie’s two goals came with just under six minutes remaining in regulation off a strike from the corner of the six-yard box. With her fourth goal of the season, the Red Raiders tied the match at two goals apiece.

Goal Breakdown Goal Breakdown

Player Bianaca Sierra (AUB) Bianca Sierra (AUB) Jessica Disabella (TTU)

Time 11:24 29:09 42:05

Assist Unassisted Unassisted Unassisted

Season Goal 1 2 1

Career Goal 2 3 6

Score Auburn 1, Texas Tech 0 Auburn 2, Texas Tech 0 Auburn 2, Texas Tech 1

Player Hayley Haagsma (TTU) Eileen Maes (LBSU) Eileen Maes (LBSU) Janine Beckie Janine Beckie

Goals by period Texas Tech Auburn

Texas Tech

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

# 30 4 8 9 10 12 15 16 17 18 20 5 7 11 14 23 24

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige Totals

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 1 1 - - 37 1 - - - 69 - - - 29 - - - 24 5 2 - - 77 2 2 - - 90 - - - 90 1 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 85 3 3 16

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

3 3 11

1 1

Total 16 8

Corner kicks Texas Tech Auburn

1 0 0

2 3 1

Total 3 1

No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 11:24 AU 29:09 AU 42:05 TTU

27 53 26 34 61 18

Player Sh SO G A Min Amy Howard - - - 90 Jessica Rightmer 1 1 - - 90 Kala Faulkner 1 1 - - 90 Bianca Sierra 2 2 2 - 90 Tatiana Coleman 3 2 - - 66 Mary Coffed - - - 67 Chelsea Gandy-Crom 1 - - - 77 Tori Ball - - - 74 Mary Nicholson - - - 90 Sophie Simantel - - - 72 Maddie Barnes - - - 80 -- Substitutes -2 Natalie Donaldson - - - 32 8 Kim Spence - - - 23 10 Ashley Kotero - - - 21 14 Alicia Hereford - - 0 99 Alexa Allen - - - 34 Totals 8 6 2 0

Saves by period Texas Tech Auburn

2 10 3

Goal scorer Bianca Sierra (1) Bianca Sierra (2) Disabella, Jessica (1)

Total 1 2

# 6 3 4 7 11 13 17 20 21 25 27

# 6

1 6 5

2 0 0

Auburn

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

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 4

Shots by period Texas Tech Auburn

Scoring summary:

0

1 1 2

Assist (unassisted) (unassisted) (unassisted)

Goalkeepers Amy Howard

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 10 1 3 4

2 1 6

Total 4 10

Description

free kick from 25 yards out 25 yard free kick step inside 18, split defenders

Cautions and ejections: YC-AU #4 (36:25); YC-TTU #14 (80:10); YC-AU #27 (81:28); YC-AU #11 (89:33) Win-Amy Howard (4-3-0). Loss-Esson, Victoria (4-2-0). Stadium: AU Soccer Complex Officials: Referee: Luis Guardia; Asst. Referee: Terry Radford; Eric Ackermann; Alt. Official: Peter Valentino; Timekeeper: Anthony Alfano; Scorer: Dan Froehlich;

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Time 49:19 56:40 70:53 84:12 109:29

Assist Hinkle Link Link Johnson Unassisted

Season Goal 1 2 3 4 5

Career Goal 2 11 12 4 5

Score Texas Tech 1, Long Beach State 0 Texas Tech 1, Long Beach State 1 Texas Tech 1, Long Beach State 2 Texas Tech 2, Long Beach State 2 Texas Tech 3, Long Beach State 2

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Long Beach State (Sep 14, 2012 at Fullerton, CA)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Auburn (Sep 08, 2012 at Auburn, AL) Texas Tech (5-2-0) vs. Auburn (4-3-0) Date: Sep 08, 2012 • Attendance: 613 Weather: 79; Cloudy

W, 3-2 (2OT)

Texas Tech (6-2) vs. Long Beach State (5-3) Date: Sep 14, 2012 • Attendance: Weather: Hot

Texas Tech

Po # gk 30 1 4 8 12 14 16 17 18 20 24 5 7 9 10 15 22 23

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Wikelius, Erin Fuston, Jessica Murphy, Alli Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Hinkle, Jaelene Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Totals

Goals by period Texas Tech Long Beach State

Sh SO G A Min - - - 109 - - - 109 3 1 - - 85 1 1 - - 36 13 3 2 - 36 - - - 29 - - - 109 1 1 1 - 36 - - 1 109 - - - 109 1 1 - - 83 1 3 1 2 26

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

3 1 11

3

1 2

Min GA Saves 109:29 2 6 1 6 4

2 OT O2 14 3 3 10 1 0

Total 26 15

Corner kicks Texas Tech Long Beach State

1 3 1

2 OT O2 3 2 0 3 0 0

Total 8 4

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team TTU LBSU LBSU TTU TTU

1. 49:19 2. 56:40 3. 70:53 4. 84:12 5. 109:29

Goal scorer Haagsma, Hayley (1) Maes, Eileen (2) Maes, Eileen (3) Beckie, Janine (4) Beckie, Janine (5)

Long Beach State

Po # gk 0 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 27

81 75 73 73 0 73 27

Shots by period Texas Tech Long Beach State

1 0 0

4 14 17 21 22 23 24 25

# 0

Player Meyers, Marrina MacKenzie, Marie Nelson, Taylor Balcer, Alex Lyons, Elizabeth Maes, Eileen Soza, Jenny Link, Nadia Wilson, Kelsey Nelson, Jordan Mendiola, Renee -- Substitutes -Berg, Camille Hause, Kassidy Roese, Ashley Bullock, Shannon Oseguera, Jessika Zeeni, Natalie Mendoza, Kiana Saban, Chyann Totals

Assist Hinkle, Jaelene Link, Nadia Link, Nadia Johnson, Morgan (unassisted)

Total 3 2

Sh SO G A Min - - - 109 - - - 35 2 1 - - 73 - - - 109 1 - - - 71 4 2 2 - 74 - - - 102 1 1 - 2 109 3 1 - - 109 - - - 109 3 2 - - 28 1 15

Goalkeepers Meyers, Marrina

Saves by period Texas Tech Long Beach State

2 OT O2 2 0 1 2 0 0

1 8

2

2

33 46 8 12 66 20 60 57

Min GA Saves 109:29 3 8 1 1 3

2 OT O2 4 1 0 4 1 0

Total 6 8

Description

Header off corner kick top of box inside R post indirect free kick 25 yds out From corner of 6-yd box 1-on-1 after turnover

Cautions and ejections: Win-Esson, Victoria (6-2). Loss-Meyers, Marrina (5-3). Stadium: Titan Stadium Officials: Referee: Magic Berenji; Asst. Referee: Marcelo Ciancaglini; Eduardo Carrasco; Timekeeper: Mel Franks; Scorer: Larry Rovira; Offsides: Texas Tech 7, Long Beach State 0.

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

SEPT 16 vs. CAL STATE FULLERTON

W, 2-1

SEPT 21 vs. WEST VIRGINIA L, 3-2

FULLERTON, Calif - With a 2-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton Sunday afternoon at Titan Stadium, Texas Tech put the finishing touches on an undefeated weekend and claimed the Under Armour Invitational title. Freshman Janine Beckie and Paige Strahan both found the back of the net in the victory as Texas Tech moved to 7-2 overall with its second straight win. Beckie was named Tournament MVP with three goals throughout the weekend including the spectacular game-winner against Long Beach State Friday with just 31 seconds remaining in double-overtime. Beckie now leads the Red Raiders with six goals on the season to go along with a team-high 18 shots on goal. Beckie got the Red Raiders on the board early in the first half with a goal in the 13th minute of play to give Texas Tech a 1-0 lead over the Titans. Tech would enter the halftime break with the 1-0 lead before Strahan netted her second goal of the season with a strike at the 81:37 mark. The Titans would respond less than two minutes later though with a goal of their own as Christina Burkenroad sent a header into the near post to cut the Red Raider lead to 2-1 with less than seven minutes remaining. However the Texas Tech defense shut the Titans down in the final minutes of play to secure the win. Texas Tech goalkeeper Victoria Esson earned her sixth win of the season with four saves in front of the net - all of which came in the second half. The Red Raiders will open Big 12 play Friday at West Virginia in Morgantown before returning home to face New Mexico State at the John Walker Soccer Complex on Sept. 23.

MORGANTOWN, W.V. - In the first ever meeting between the two schools, Texas Tech fell to West Virginia 3-2 Friday night in its 2012 Big 12 opener at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium. The Red Raiders overcame an early 2-0 deficit and tied the match late in the second half, but West Virginia netted the game-winner on a penalty kick at the 78:42 mark to snap Tech’s two-match winning streak. With the loss the Red Raiders fall to 7-3 overall and 0-1 in Big 12 Conference play. Senior Morgan Johnson and sophomore Paige Strahan netted goals for the Red Raiders. Johnson scored her first career goal five minutes into the second half, while Strahan tied the match with her third goal of the season in the 73rd minute. Texas Tech outshot the Mountaineers 16-12 on the night and held the advantage in shots on goal 8-6, but suffered its first loss in a Big 12 opener since 2008. West Virginia scored two goals in the first half to take a 2-0 lead into halftime before Tech mounted its comeback attempt early in the second half. Johnson’s goal at the 50:08 mark cut West Virginia’s lead to just one off a cross from teammate Hayley Haagsma. The assist was Haagmsa’s first of the season. Strahan then tied the match with a strike from 20-yards out off an assist from sophomore Erin Inman. The assist was also Inman’s first of the season. West Virginia’s Frances Silva scored the game-winning penalty kick in the 79th minute to give the Mountaineers the 3-2 lead and eventually the match. The goal was her seventh on the season.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Janine Beckie (TTU) Paige Strahan (TTU) Christina Burkenroad (CSF)

Time 12:53 81:37 83:41

Assist Fuston Devine Stupin

Season Goal 6 2 3

Career Goal Score 6 Texas Tech 1, Cal State Fullerton 0 3 Texas Tech 2, Cal State Fullerton 0 3 Texas Tech 2, Cal State Fullerton 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Cal State Fullerton (Sep 16, 2012 at Fullerton, CA) Goals by period Texas Tech Cal State Fullerton

Texas Tech (7-2 Overall) vs. Cal State Fullerton (3-6 Overall) Date: Sep 16, 2012 • Attendance: 434 Weather:

Texas Tech

Po # gk 30 4 5 8 12 15 16 17 18 20 23 7 9 11 14 22 24

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ellison, Sarah -- Substitutes -Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Ward, Dawn Strahan, Paige Totals

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 6

1 2

1 4 5

2 7 9

Total 11 14

Corner kicks Texas Tech Cal State Fullerton

1 1 1

2 0 2

Total 1 3

No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 12:53 TTU 81:37 TTU 83:41 CSF

Po # gk 00 2 5 11 13 14 19 23 29 32 33

49 65 14 30 26 54

4 8 10 15 17 26 27 28

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 4

Shots by period Texas Tech Cal State Fullerton

Scoring summary:

1

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (6) Strahan, Paige (2) Burkenroad,Christina (3)

2 1 1

# 00

Player Sh SO G A Min Maricic, Lindsey - - - 90 Gonzalez, Brisa - - - 79 Mazeau, Erica 2 1 - - 90 Batcheller, Morgan - - - 90 Gjonovich, Adriana - - - 49 Wilson, Rebecca 3 1 - - 44 Patterson, Chelsey - - - 90 Tangorra, Ann Marie 3 1 - - 66 Mazeau, JeAnne 1 - - - 90 Smith, Jennifer - - - 84 Lockey, Casey - - - 42 -- Substitutes -Burkenroad,Christina 2 1 1 - 35 McCants, Nikki - - - 26 Smith, Kishi 1 - - 9 Stupin, Lauren - - 1 11 West, Janali - - - 37 Chavez, Summer 2 1 - - 51 Miller, Kiersten - - 3 Ortega, Colleen - - 3 Totals 14 5 1 1

Goalkeepers Maricic, Lindsey

Saves by period Texas Tech Cal State Fullerton

Assist Fuston, Jessica (unassisted) Stupin, Lauren

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 4 1 0 2

2 4 2

Total 4 4

Description

sharp angle, saved, rebound uncovered ta spins around defender, shot to upper righ corner, headed in near post

Cautions and ejections: Win-Esson, Victoria. Loss-Maricic, Lindsey. Stadium: Titan Stadium Officials: Referee: Ed Kirshner; Asst. Referee: Matt Liechty; Kira Helmer; Offsides: Texas Tech 1, Cal State Fullerton 0.

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Total 2 1

Cal State Fullerton

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 1 - - 1 81 - - - 60 1 1 - - 41 6 4 1 - 74 1 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 90 - - - 25 - - - 21 1 1 11

1 1 0

20

Player Frances Silva Mallory Smith Morgan Johnson Paige Strahan Frances Silva

Time 32:24 41:45 50:08 72:13 78:42

Assist - McArthy Haagsma Inman Penalty Kick

Season Goal 6 1 1 3 7

Career Goal 18 6 1 5 19

Score Texas Tech 0, West Virginia 1 Texas Tech 0, West Virginia 2 Texas Tech 1, West Virginia 2 Texas Tech, 2 West Virginia 2 Texas Tech 2, West Virginia 3

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs West Virginia (Sep 21, 2012 at Morgantown, W.Va.) Goals by period Texas Tech West Virginia

Texas Tech (7-3-0, 0-1-0) vs. West Virginia (5-3-3, 1-0-0) Date: Sep 21, 2012 • Attendance: 1206 Weather: Partly sunny, 70 degrees

Texas Tech

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

# 30 4 5 8 12 15 16 17 18 20 24 7 9 10 19 22 23 31

# 30 31

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Braziel, Alexis Totals

Sh SO G A Min - - - 45 2 - - - 47 1 1 - 1 62 1 - - - 64 5 3 - - 81 1 1 - - 90 - - - 90 3 1 - 1 90 1 1 1 - 90 - - - 49 1 1 1 - 51 1 1 17

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria Braziel, Alexis

8

2

1 8 5

2 9 6

Total 17 11

Corner kicks Texas Tech West Virginia

1 3 3

2 2 0

Total 5 3

No.

West Virginia

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

59 28 10 51 33 24 45

Min GA Saves 45:00 2 2 45:00 1 1

Shots by period Texas Tech West Virginia

Scoring summary:

2

1 0 2

# 23 3 4 7 9 10 22 27 32 33 99 12 14 16 20

# 23

Player Keane, Sara Emaus, Leah Rodriguez, Bri Maloney, Kelsie Silva, Frances Crowder, Jess Smith, Mallory Hill, Amanda Blosser, Kara McCarthy, Bry Schwindel, Kate -- Substitutes -Gunter, Mia Steyn, Annalika Utley, Kailey Connelly, Ali Totals

1.

Time Team 32:24 WVU

Goal scorer Silva, Frances (6)

Assist (unassisted)

2. 3.

41:45 WVU 50:08 TTU

Smith, Mallory (1) Johnson, Morgan (1)

McCarthy, Bry Haagsma, Hayley

4. 5.

72:13 TTU 78:42 WVU

Strahan, Paige (3) Silva, Frances (7)

Inman, Erin Penalty kick

Total 2 3

Sh SO G A Min - - - 90 - - - 90 1 - - - 87 - - - 70 3 3 2 - 90 - - - 90 1 1 1 - 90 - - - 90 1 - - - 72 2 - - 1 90 2 1 - - 78 1 11

Goalkeepers Keane, Sara

Saves by period Texas Tech West Virginia

2 2 1

1 6

3

Win-Keane, Sara (5-3-3). Loss-Esson, Victoria (6-3-0). Stadium: Dick Dlesk Officials: Referee: Gregg Day; Asst. Referee: Ron Dambrosio; Paul Deverse; Alt. Official: Nathan Utz; Timekeeper: John Riedesel; Scorer: Tim Goodenow; Offsides: Texas Tech 1, West Virginia 2. ID-1098559 WVU's first-ever Big 12 Conference Match

11 12 20 10

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 6 1 2 3

2 1 3

Total 3 6

Description

in transition, slotted ball inside right post 22 yards out header near far post off corner rocket under post from inside box on cros right corner shot inside right corner from 20 yards out

Cautions and ejections:

Official's signature

1

Official's signature

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

SEPT 23 vs. NEW MEXICO STATE W, 5-0

SEPT 27 vs. OKLAHOMA W, 2-1

MORGANTOWN, W.V. -Sophomore Paige Strahan erupted for two goals and Texas Tech outshot New Mexico State 21-8 Sunday afternoon as the Red Raiders stormed to a 5-0 shutout victory over the Aggies. With the win, Texas Tech improves to 8-3 on the season and a perfect 4-0 at the John Walker Soccer Complex. The dominant performance came after falling to West Virginia 3-2 Friday, and on the heels of a nearly 1,500 mile return trip from Morgantown, W.V. Four Red Raiders found the back of the net Sunday including Strahan along with Janine Beckie, Morgan Johnson and Caity Heap. Heap recorded her first career goal, while Johnson netted her second goal of the weekend after registering her first career goal Friday at West Virginia. For Strahan, Sunday marked her first career multi-goal performance. The win marked Texas Tech’s fifth shutout this year while allowing just one goal at home in four contests. Texas Tech jumped on the board early when Strahan netted her first goal of the afternoon in the 14th minute of action. She then followed with a long blast from just beyond the 18-yard box to beat New Mexico State goalkeeper Mikaela Bitner to her right and give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead which they would carry into halftime. The Red Raiders didn’t slow down out of the half time break either as Beckie netted her seventh goal this season in the 72nd minute to put Tech up 3-0. The goal came off an assist from junior Jessica Fuston who led Beckie perfectly with a header into the penalty area. Johnson then added to the lead with a long blast from the right side just beyond the 18-yard box for her second career goal and second score of the weekend. Heap put the finishing touches on the rout in the 84th minute with a strike from the middle of the box to put Texas Tech up 5-0 and close out the dominant Sunday performance.

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech used two first half goals to power past Oklahoma Friday night in its Big 12 home opener at the John Walker Soccer Complex. In the midst of a steady rainfall, the Red Raiders outshot Oklahoma 26-10 while sophomore Paige Strahan and junior Jessica Fuston each found the back of the net. With the victory, the Red Raiders improved to 9-3 on the season and an even 1-1 in Big 12 play. With the win, Texas Tech improved to a perfect 5-0 in games at the John Walker Soccer Complex this season where the Red Raiders are outscoring opponents by a margin of 12-2. Meanwhile, Tech has matched its best start through 12 games since 2010 Strahan put the Red Raiders on the board early with a strike in the eighth minute of play off a pass from sophomore Jaelene Hinkle. The Odessa, Texas native took the pass inside the six-yard box, slid and punched the ball past Oklahoma keeper Kelsey Devonshire to give the Red Raiders the early 1-0 advantage. The goal was Texas Tech’s second quickest this season behind only freshman Janine Beckie’s score just 17 seconds into the Red Raiders’ season opener on Aug. 17 against Idaho. Strahan has now scored in four straight matches dating back to Texas Tech’s 2-1 win over No. 20 Cal State Fullerton on Sept. 16. The scoring streak is the longest since senior Dawn Ward scored in five straight matches during her freshman campaign in 2009.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Paige Strahan (TTU) Paige Strahan (TTU) Janine Beckie (TTU) Morgan Johnson (TTU) Caity Heap (TTU)

Time 13:05 35:42 71:58 73:50 84:00

Assist - - Johnson, Fuston Devine -

Season Goal 4 5 7 2 1

Career Goal 6 7 7 2 1

Score Texas Tech 1, New Mexico St. 0 Texas Tech 2, New Mexico St. 0 Texas Tech 3 New Mexico St. 0 Texas Tech 4, New Mexico St. 0 Texas Tech 5, New Mexico St. 0

Player Paige Strahan (TTU) Renae Cuellar (OU) Jessica Fuston (TTU)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer New Mexico State vs Texas Tech (Sept 23 2012 at Lubbock, Texas)

New Mexico State (1-7-2) vs. Texas Tech (8-3-0) Date: Sept 23 2012 • Attendance: Weather: 82 Degrees - Sunny

New Mexico State

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

# 00 5 6 7 10 14 16 17 19 21 22 4 9 15 18 23 25 26 29

# 00

Player Sh SO G A Min Bitner, Mikaela - - - 90 Irwin, Courtney - - - 90 Brownell, Alexys - - - 28 Smith, Katie 1 - - - 50 Thomas, Vanessa - - - 54 Cambra, Jennae 1 1 - - 47 Koziol, Mary Kate - - - 36 Nordin, Elise 3 3 - - 90 Hendler, Megan - - - 76 McMillion, Yolanda 2 1 - - 64 Cope, Lauren - - - 67 -- Substitutes -Sierra, Olivia - - - 37 Hernandez, Daisy 1 - - - 41 Haley, Mikaela - - - 62 Sandoval, Samantha - - - 40 Tupponce, Katelynn - - - 32 Smith, Katelyn - - - 14 Giles, Mickey - - - 20 De Leon, Cassie - - - 52 Totals 8 5 0 0

Goalkeepers Bitner, Mikaela

Total 8 21

Corner kicks New Mexico State Texas Tech

1 3 4

2 0 3

Total 3 7

1. 2.

Time Team 13:05 TTU 35:42 TTU

3. 4. 5.

1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 19 21 22 26 27 28 29

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Wikelius, Erin Inman, Erin Mitchell, Meghan Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Narvaiz, Taylor Hale, Bethany Ward, Dawn Casey, Ashley Prescott, Brady Fowler, Haley Christensen, Leah Totals

Saves by period New Mexico State Texas Tech

2 4 11

No.

# 30 4 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 23 24

# 30 1

1 4 10

1 0 2

Texas Tech

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

Min GA Saves 90:00 5 4

Shots by period New Mexico State Texas Tech

Scoring summary:

Goals by period New Mexico State Texas Tech

2 0 3

Total 0 5

Sh SO G A Min - - - 75 1 - - 1 35 2 1 1 - 36 1 - - - 53 1 - - - 71 - - - 45 - - - 45 3 2 1 1 80 - - - 36 - - - 29 2 2 2 - 61 1 1 3 1 3 2 21

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria Wikelius, Erin

1 2 1 9

1 5

1 3

16 55 7 36 58 52 25 40 59 19 25 5 5 14 7

Min GA Saves 74:51 0 5 15:09 0 0 1 1 3

2 3 2

Total 4 5

Time 7:54 8:54 42:01

Assist Hinkle - Hinkle

Season Goal 6 8 5

Career Goal 7 28 24

Score Texas Tech 1, Oklahoma 0 Texas Tech 1, Oklahoma 1 Texas Tech 2, Oklahoma 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Oklahoma vs Texas Tech (Sept 28 2012 at Lubbock, Texas) Goals by period Oklahoma Texas Tech

Oklahoma (4-6-3) vs. Texas Tech (9-3-0) Date: Sept 28 2012 • Attendance: 692 Weather: Cloudy, Light Rain - 66 Degrees

Oklahoma

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

Player Devonshire, Kelsey Dickson, Zoe Hodgen, Abby Cuellar, Renae Bowman, Emily Watson, Kathryn Howell, Samantha Hall, Annalisa Farrell, Alison Nutman, Katharine Richey, Molly -- Substitutes -6 Boulware, Bailey 7 Barrett, Devin 9 Dapaah, Jade 11 Fournier, Kali 21 Petrikin, Amy Totals

# 0 5 8 10 13 14 17 20 22 23 24

# 0

Goalkeepers Devonshire, Kelsey

Shots by period Oklahoma Texas Tech Corner kicks Oklahoma Texas Tech

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 7:54 TTU 8:54 OU 42:01 TTU

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 2 - - - - 72 3 2 1 - - 90 - - - - 85 - - - - 83 1 1 - - - 85 1 - - - - 87 - - - - 49 - - - - 90 - - - - 83 3 10

1 4

1

0

7

1 1 2

Texas Tech

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

18 14 13 13 31

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -8 Murphy, Alli 11 Rohmer, Briana 14 Smith, Tiffini 22 Ward, Dawn Totals

2 0 0

Total 1 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 4 2 1 - - 90 1 1 - - - 74 - - - - 32 - - - - 54 12 4 - - - 81 1 1 - 2 - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 4 2 1 - - 61

# 30 4 5 7 9 12 15 17 18 20 24

1 3 26

2

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 8

# 30

1 3 10

2 7 16

Total 10 26

Saves by period Oklahoma Texas Tech

1 0 2

2 8 1

Total 8 3

1 0 1

2 5 3

Total 5 4

Fouls Oklahoma Texas Tech

1 3 2

2 4 2

Total 7 4

Goal scorer Strahan, Paige (6) Cuellar, Renae (8) Fuston, Jessica (5)

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

10

Assist Hinkle, Jaelene (unassisted) Hinkle, Jaelene

2

4

29 20 52 46

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 3

Description Header off pass from Hinkle left of the bo

Cautions and ejections: YC-OU #13 (84:50)

Goal scorer Strahan, Paige (4) Strahan, Paige (5)

Assist (unassisted) (unassisted)

71:58 TTU

Beckie, Janine (7)

73:50 TTU 84:00 TTU

Johnson, Morgan (2) Heap, Caity (1)

Johnson, Morgan Fuston, Jessica Devine, Hannah (unassisted)

Description

Just outside 8-yard box Right side just outside 18-yard box beat k left Off header from Jessica Fuston

Win-Esson, Victoria (8-3-0). Loss-Devonshire, Kelsey (4-5-3). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Jorge Luna; Asst. Referee: RamonBermudez; John D'Arnold; Alt. Official: Kendall Hill; Offsides: Oklahoma 0, Texas Tech 2.

Official's signature

Right side outside 18-yard box First Career Goal middle of the box

Cautions and ejections: YC-NMSU #22 (5:17); YC-TTU #TM (75:20) Win-Esson, Victoria. Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Ryan Cigich; Asst. Referee: Jonathan Johnson; Kendall Hill; Alt. Official: Tom Harlett; Offsides: New Mexico State 1, Texas Tech 1.

Official's signature

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

SEPT 30 vs IOWA STATE W, 2-1

OCT 5 vs NO. 25 BAYLOR L, 3-2 (2OT)

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech sophomore Paige Strahan netted her fourth game-winning goal of the season on Sunday afternoon to give the Red Raiders their third-straight win with a 2-1 victory over Iowa State. The Odessa, Texas native took a feed from freshman Janine Beckie and punched it past Iowa State goalkeeper Andrea Swanson in the 54th minute of action for her sixth goal in the last five matches. With the victory, the Red Raiders improve to 10-3 on the season and move to 2-1 in Big 12 play after opening the weekend with a 2-1 win over Oklahoma Friday night. Strahan has now scored in five-straight matches, including a two-score performance against New Mexico State on Sept. 23, to bring her total to seven on the year. She is the first Red Raider to score in five consecutive matches since senior Dawn Ward scored in five straight during her freshman season in 2009. Texas Tech is now off to its best start through 13 games in program history, and is a perfect 6-0 at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Freshman Janine Beckie got the Red Raiders on the board early in the first half with her team-leading eighth goal of the season. The Highlands Ranch, Colo. product sent a deep shot from just outside the penalty box to beat Swanson to her right and give the Red Raiders early the 1-0 lead. Iowa State would tie the match at the 32:24 mark with a penalty kick as Theresa Kucera netted her second goal of the season to tie the match at 1-1. Texas Tech and Iowa State would enter the halftime break knotted at 1-1. The Red Raiders entered Sunday a perfect 9-0 when leading or tied at the half, and that wouldn’t change Sunday afternoon.

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech rallied late Friday night in a Big 12 battle with No. 25 Baylor, tying the match with less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation, but fell to the Bears 3-2 in double overtime at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Baylor’s Bri Campos scored the game-winning goal just less than five minutes into the second overtime period to hand Texas Tech its first home loss this season. The win was Baylor’s first in Lubbock since the 2004 season and marked the second consecutive meeting between the two schools that has been decided in double overtime. Friday’s loss snapped a threegame winning streak while the Red Raiders fell to 10-4 overall on the season and an even 2-2 in Big 12 play. Freshman Briana Rohmer tied the match at 2-2 with just 29 seconds remaining in regulation as she headed a shot past Baylor goalkeeper Michelle Kloss - erupting the crowd of 1,426 on hand. It marked the first career goal for Rohmer, a product of Fossil Ridge High School, while sophomore Paige Strahan picked up her second assist on the year with the long pass from left of the penalty box. Baylor opened the scoring on a chilly Friday night when Lisa Sliwinski netted her fifth goal of the season in the ninth minute to put the Bears up 1-0. The Red Raiders suddenly faced their first deficit in seven games at the John Walker Soccer Complex this season, and entered the halftime break trailing 1-0. However, the Red Raiders were able to swing that momentum back when freshman Janine Beckie connected on her team-leading ninth goal of the season in the 66th minute of play. Junior Hayley Haagsma found Beckie with a long pass downfield and the Highlands Ranch, Colo., native swiftly took the feed and blasted a shot that beat Kloss to her left and tied the match 1-1. Texas Tech is now 1-1 in overtime games this season as the Red Raiders defeated No. 20 Long Beach State 3-2 in double overtime earlier this year at the Cal State Fullerton Under Armour Invitational tournament.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Janine Beckie (TTU) Theresa Kucera (ISU) Paige Strahan (TTU)

Time 12:40 32:24 54:11

Assist - PK Beckie

Season Goal 8 2 7

Career Goal 8 6 8

Score Texas Tech 1, Iowa State 0 Texas Tech 1, Iowa State 1 Texa Tech 2, Iowa State 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Iowa State vs Texas Tech (Sept 30 2012 at Lubbock, Texas) Goals by period Iowa State Texas Tech

Iowa State8-6 (0-3 Big 12) vs. Texas Tech10-3 (2-1 Big 12) Date: Sept 30 2012 • Attendance: 822 Weather: Partly Cloudy, 68-Degrees

Iowa State

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

# 00 8 10 11 13 14 16 18 22 26 27 0 3 4 6 7 17 19 23 24 28 33

# 00

Texas Tech

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Swanson, Andrea - - - - 90 Green, Erin 1 1 - - - 26 Goldstein, Emily - - - - 55 Longobardi, Megan 2 2 - - - 90 Stewart, Jessica - - - - 90 Skitt, Meredith 1 - - - - 71 Dominguez, Jennifer - - - - 39 Womack, Hayley - - - - 46 Frank, Lindsay - - - - 77 Woelfel, Amanda 1 1 - - - 20 Kucera, Theresa 1 1 1 - - 76 -- Substitutes -Johnson, Ashley 1 1 - - - 34 Potterveld, Susie - - - - 19 Powers, Margaret - - - 7 Morgan, Brittany 1 1 - - - 31 Pick, Marquette - - - - 11 Bruckman, Maggie - - - - 32 Calvert, Kelsey - - - - 53 Williamson, Alyssa - - - - 24 Waggoner, Lauren - - - 8 Flaska, Kaeli 1 1 - - - 19 Albert, Haley - - - - 70 Totals 9 8 1 0 13

Goalkeepers Swanson, Andrea

1 1 1

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

# 30 4 5 7 9 12 15 17 18 20 24 8 11 14 19 22 23 26

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 9

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Murphy, Alli Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Casey, Ashley Totals

2 0 1

Total 1 2

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

2 1 11

2

1 6 9

2 3 14

Total 9 23

Saves by period Iowa State Texas Tech

1 2 4

2 7 3

Total 9 7

Corner kicks Iowa State Texas Tech

1 1 3

2 2 2

Total 3 5

Fouls Iowa State Texas Tech

1 5 8

2 8 3

Total 13 11

No.

1.

Time Team 12:40 TTU

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (8)

Assist (unassisted)

2. 3.

32:24 ISU 54:11 TTU

Kucera, Theresa Strahan, Paige (7)

Penalty kick Beckie, Janine

Description

Beat keeper to the right, shot from left si outside 18-yd box Off pass from Janine Beckie on left side, p into net from 6ydbx

Cautions and ejections: Win-Esson, Victoria (9-3-0). Loss-Swanson, Andrea (2-3-0). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Shane Butler; Asst. Referee: Chris Gordon; Pedro Trejo; Alt. Official: BJ Jones; Offsides: Iowa State 0, Texas Tech 7.

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Assist Larsen Haagsma Larson, Campos Strahan -

# 8 3 4 5 6 10 11 13 18 24 25 7 9 17 27 28 29

# 8

Season Goal 5 9 6 1 1

Career Goal 25 9 26 1 1

Player Kloss, Michelle Larsen, Dana Davis, Carlie Sliwinski, Lisa Ludlow, Kat Campos, Bri Huggins, Natalie Gilmore, Hanna Polley, Selby Heatherly, Taylor Daigle, Katie -- Substitutes -Wilde, Alexa Klein, Alex Hatler, Jordan Hoffman, Vic Summey, Karlee Young, Hadley Totals

Goals by period Baylor Texas Tech

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 104 5 2 - 2 - 76 - - - - 101 3 3 2 - - 86 2 1 - - - 102 2 1 1 1 - 100 - - - - 82 1 1 - - - 77 - - - - 98 2 1 - - - 104 - - - - 85 1 16

Goalkeepers Kloss, Michelle

1 10

3

- - - - - - 3 17

Min GA Saves 104:27 2 7

2 6 22 40 32 26

# 30 4 5 7 9 12 15 17 18 20 24 8 10 11 14 22 26

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Murphy, Alli Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Ward, Dawn Casey, Ashley Totals

2 OT O2 9 2 1 9 0 2

Total 16 15

Saves by period Baylor Texas Tech

Corner kicks Baylor Texas Tech

1 0 0

2 OT O2 1 0 0 2 0 0

Total 1 2

Fouls Baylor Texas Tech

1. 2.

Time Team 8:44 BU 65:01 TTU

Goal scorer Sliwinski, Lisa (5) Beckie, Janine (9)

Assist Larsen, Dana Haagsma, Hayley

3.

86:17 BU

Sliwinski, Lisa (6)

4.

89:31 TTU

Rohmer, Briana (1)

Larsen, Dana Campos, Bri Strahan, Paige

Campos, Bri (1)

(unassisted)

5. 104:27 BU

2 OT O2 1 0 1 2 0 0

1 1 15

1 1 9

1 2

- - - - - - 2 19

11 6 45 64 42 6

Min GA Saves 104:27 3 7 1 3 1

2 OT O2 3 0 1 5 1 0

Total 7 7

1 10 7

2 OT O2 4 2 1 7 5 0

Total 17 19

Description Long pass from Haagsma beat keeper to r inside penalty box Shot off right post, bounced in Header into the net off pass from Strahan box

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #11 (92:35) Win-Kloss, Michelle (11-1-2). Loss-Esson, Victoria (9-4). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Tim Debysingh; Asst. Referee: John DeArmond; Muhammad Marwan; Alt. Official: Kendall Hill; Offsides: Baylor 0, Texas Tech 1.

Official's signature

Official's signature

Total 3 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 104 5 2 - - - 68 - - - - 41 - - - - 48 2 1 - - - 104 5 3 1 - - 98 - - - - 104 1 1 - 1 - 104 - - - - 104 - - - - 104 - - 1 - 93

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 4 4

Scoring summary:

1 1 0

Texas Tech

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

Shots by period Baylor Texas Tech

No.

Score Texas Tech 0, Baylor 1 Texas Tech 1, Baylor 1 Texas Tech 1, Baylor 2 Texas Tech 2 , Baylor 2 Texas 2, Baylor 3

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer #25 Baylor vs Texas Tech (Oct 05, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas)

Baylor

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

54 22 26 42 15 20 30

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 7

Shots by period Iowa State Texas Tech

Scoring summary:

- - - - - - - 1 11

Time 8:44 65:01 86:17 89:31 104:27

Baylor (11-1-2) vs. Texas Tech (10-4) Date: Oct 05, 2012 • Attendance: 1426 Weather: Clear, 69-Degrees

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 1 - - - - 41 - - - - 90 - - - - 42 5 3 - - - 69 7 4 1 1 - 69 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 48 2 1 1 - - 61 3 1 1 1 1 23

Player Lisa Slwinski (BU) Janine Beckie (TTU) LIsa Slwinski (BU) Briana Rohmer (TTU) Bri Campos (BU)

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

OCT 12 at TEXAS W, 1-0

OCT 14 vs FRANCIS MARION W, 3-0

AUSTIN, Texas - Dawn Ward’s first goal of the 2012 season proved to be a pivotal one Friday night. The Texas Tech senior connected on a strike in the 58th minute at Mike A. Myers Stadium to give the Red Raiders a 1-0 victory over Texas in a key Big 12 road match. With the victory, Texas Tech moves to 11-4 overall and 3-2 in Big 12 play. The Red Raiders have now won back-to-back regular season games against the Longhorns dating back to a 3-2 double overtime victory last year at the John Walker Soccer Complex in Lubbock. Just over ten minutes into the second half of play, Ward took a deflected shot off the foot of freshman Janine Beckie, and punched it from just outside the six-yard box past Texas goalkeeper Abby Smith. The goal broke a scoreless tie to give Tech a 1-0 lead. The strike, which marked the first goal allowed by Texas in Big 12 play this year, proved to be all the Red Raiders needed as they managed the remainder of the match and secured their third conference victory of the season. Ward now has 20 career goals and ranks fifth all-time on the Texas Tech career scoring list. With the goal, Tech is now outscoring opponents 17-6 in the second half this season. Texas Tech junior goalkeeper Victoria Esson registered five saves on the evening and recorded her 11th career shutout in the process. The Christchurch, New Zealand native who transferred to Texas Tech prior to the 2011 season now moves into a tie for second all-time at Texas Tech in career shutouts. The Red Raiders took control of the match early in the first half, creating several scoring opportunities including a strike from freshman Briana Rohmer in the 14th minute. Rohmer, who made her first career start on Friday, took a well-placed feed from Beckie inside the box and nearly punched into the back of the Texas net. But Smith, the reigning Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, made one of her eight saves on the night to handle the dangerous shot.

LUBBOCK, Texas - A convincing 3-0 shutout of Francis Marion on Senior Day put the finishing touches on a weekend sweep for Red Raiders on Sunday afternoon at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Texas Tech outshot the Patriots by a 35-5 margin, and with the victory improve to 12-4 on the season. Meanwhile, the Red Raiders now boast a nearly unblemished 7-1 record at home. Texas Tech, who honored nine student-athletes representing the 2012 senior class prior to the match, completed the dominant weekend with back-to-back shutouts after taking a 1-0 win over Texas in Austin on Friday night. Texas Tech has now shutout seven opponents in 2012, while the 12 wins are just one victory shy of the single-season program record of 13 set in 1996. The Red Raiders got on the board early compliments of an own-goal by Francis Marion who deflected a Texas Tech strike into its own net in the opening minute of the match. The score came just 57 seconds into the game and helped to set an early tone to the match. Tech, who entered the game a perfect 11-0 when taking the first lead of a match, never looked back as Jessica Disabella and Leah Christensen each netted goals of their own while the Red Raiders controlled the attack the rest of the way. Disabella gave Texas Tech a comfortable 2-0 lead in the 25th minute with a powerful strike from the left side that beat Francis Marion goalkeeper Taylor O’Berry to her left. The strike came off an assist from freshman Caity Heap and marked Disabella’s second goal of the season. The assist was the first of Heap’s young career. The Red Raiders entered halftime with a 2-0 lead after scoring multiple goals in the opening 45 minutes for the fourth time this season.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Dawn Ward (TTU)

Time 57:37

Assist Beckie

Season Goal 1

Career Goal 20

Score Texas Tech 1, Texas 0

Player Own Goal (FM) Jessica Disabella (TTU) Leah Christensen

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Texas (Oct 12, 2012 at Austin, Texas) Goals by period Texas Tech Texas

Texas Tech (11-4-0, 3-2-0 Big 12) vs. Texas (6-7-1, 3-1-0 Big 12) Date: Oct 12, 2012 • Attendance: 641 Weather: Partly Cloudy 85 degrees

Texas Tech

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

# 30 5 8 9 11 12 15 17 18 20 24 10 14 19 22 23 26

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Rohmer, Briana Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Heap, Caity Smith, Tiffini Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Casey, Ashley Totals

Corner kicks Texas Tech Texas

Scoring summary: 1.

1 3 4 15

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Shots by period Texas Tech Texas

No.

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 35 1 1 - - - 57 1 1 - - - 49 1 1 - 1 - 74 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 57 - - - - 85

Time Team 57:37 TTU

1 2 1 9

1 1

1

6

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 5

1 0 0

Texas

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

11 33 33 36 65 5

Player Smith, Abby Gilbert, Brooke Meyer, Lindsey Higgins, Hannah Zarnegar, Gabby Cummins, Kristin Jaynes, Whitney Lachappelle, Sharis Smith, Allison Schmalz, Ali Arnold, Julie -- Substitutes -3 Shutter, Sydney 17 Shimmick, Kelsey 20 Hoffman, Kara Totals

# 1 2 4 5 7 8 9 11 16 24 37

2 1 0

5

Total 1 0

0

Goalkeepers Smith, Abby

- - - 0 11

Francis Marion

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

5 52 23

Player Taylor O'Berry Sandy Odembo Brittney Smith Yasmin Bunter Arianna Pierner Kristyn Leung Chanel Harris Jordan Allen Kristina Marra Rebeccah Hoekstra Elizabeth Asare -- Substitutes -2 Janise Finney 3 Dominique Evans 7 Kelly Kady 15 Lexxis Cherry

# 13 4 5 8 10 12 16 18 19 21 23

2 5 7

Total 15 15

Saves by period Texas Tech Texas

1 4 5

2 1 3

Total 5 8

1 1 2

2 0 2

Total 1 4

Fouls Texas Tech Texas

1 1 4

2 5 7

Total 6 11

Assist Beckie, Janine

Description

deflection cleaned up inside the 6

# 13

Goalkeepers Taylor O'Berry

Shots by period Francis Marion Texas Tech Corner kicks Francis Marion Texas Tech

Cautions and ejections: YC-TEX #7 (83:29) Win-Esson, Victoria (10-4-0). Loss-Smith, Abby (4-1-1). Stadium: Mike A. Myers Officials: Referee: Ismail Elfath; Asst. Referee: Tony Obas; Ryan Pool; Alt. Official: John Lohr; Offsides: Texas Tech 1, Texas 0.

Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 83 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 53 - - - - 71 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 1 - - - - 53

Scoring summary: No.

Official's signature

Career Goal - 5 1

Score Texas Tech 1, Francis Marion 0 Texas Tech 2, Francis Marion 0 Texas Tech 3, Francis Marion 0

1 2 5

1 1

0

0

6

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 0:57 TTU 24:36 TTU 85:03 TTU

1 0 2

Texas Tech

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

26 36 37 1 0

# 31 5 12 14 15 17 18 20 22 23 24

1 6 7 8 9 10 11 16 19 21 26 27 29 TM

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 8

1 10 8

Goal scorer Ward, Dawn (1)

Season Goal - 2 1

Goals by period Francis Marion Texas Tech

Francis Marion (5-8-1) vs. Texas Tech (12-4-0, 3-2 Big 12) Date: Oct 14, 2012 • Attendance: 551 Weather: Clear, 74-Degrees

24

# 1

Assist - Heap -

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Francis Marion vs Texas Tech (Oct 14, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas)

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 3 2 - - - 80 - - - - 82 6 3 - - - 85 - - - - 90 2 - - - - 75 3 - - - - 48 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 15

Time 0:57 24:36 85:03

Player Braziel, Alexis Inman, Erin Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Wikelius, Erin Mitchell, Meghan Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Jenkins, Bridgett Narvaiz, Taylor Hale, Bethany Casey, Ashley Prescott, Brady Christensen, Leah Team Totals

2 0 1

Total 0 3

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 62 - - - - 70 1 - - - - 20 3 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 60 1 - - - - 87 2 1 - - - 90 - - - - 40 6 5 - - - 39 1 1 - - - 37 2 - - - - 62 2 3 4 4 2 1 2 35

1 1 1 3

Min GA Saves 90:00 3 16

# 31 1

1 4 13

2 1 22

Total 5 35

Saves by period Francis Marion Texas Tech

1 6 1

2 10 0

Total 16 1

1 0 1

2 0 6

Total 0 7

Fouls Francis Marion Texas Tech

1 5 3

2 1 2

Total 6 5

Goal scorer OWN GOAL Disabella, Jessica (2) Christensen, Leah (1)

Goalkeepers Braziel, Alexis Wikelius, Erin

1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 19

Assist (unassisted) Heap, Caity (unassisted)

1 1

5 5

28 3 41 55 25 47 21 0 50 48 15 3 24 0

Min GA Saves 62:25 0 1 27:35 0 0

Description From left side of the penalty box. First career goal

Cautions and ejections: Loss-Taylor O'Berry (6-8-1). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Paul Scott; Asst. Referee: David Amastae; Dennis deBaca; Alt. Official: Tom Horlett; Offsides: Francis Marion 0, Texas Tech 3.

Official's signature

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

OCT. 19 at TCU T, 1-1 (2OT)

OCT 21 at KANSAS W, 3-1

FORT WORTH, Texas - Texas Tech had all of the pieces in place heading into the final minutes of regulation Friday night at Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium. The Red Raiders dominated the attack, scored a first half goal and were headed towards their fourth conference victory of the season. But a late TCU goal in the 89th minute of play suddenly forced overtime before Texas Tech settled for its first draw of the season, tying the Horned Frogs 1-1 after two periods of extra play. With the tie, Texas Tech moves to 12-4-1 overall and 3-2-1 in Big 12 play with a Sunday match at Kansas set to close out the weekend. Texas Tech’s opening score of the game came by way of a corner kick from the far side off the foot of sophomore Jaelene Hinkle. Ellison took the feed inside the box and headed it past TCU goalkeeper Vittoria Arnold to give the Red Raiders a 1-0 advantage. The goal was Ellison’s second of the season while Hinkle picked up her team-leading fifth assist of the season. Hinkle now has nine assists for her career. TCU tied the match with just over a minute remaining in regulation when Monica Alvarado found the back of the net and forced the Red Raiders into just their third overtime match of the season. Tech went on to outshoot TCU 9-5 in overtime. The Red Raiders set a season-high for shots in the first half of a match as they controlled the opening 45 minutes of play outshooting the Horned Frogs by a margin of 15-1. Freshman Janine Beckie led the Red Raiders with a game-high 12 shots while junior Jessica Fuston and senior Tiffini Smith both added five. Four of Fuston’s five shots were on target. Beckie’s 12 shots were one shy of her career-high for a single match.

LAWRENCE, Kan. - A second half outburst by Texas Tech helped the Red Raiders to blow past Kansas 3-1 Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex. The victory brought a two-match Big 12 road trip to a close while the Red Raiders move to 13-4-1 on the season and 4-2-1 in Big 12 play. Texas Tech has now matched the school record for wins in a single season with the final home game of the year set for Friday night at the John Walker Soccer Complex in front of a nationally televised audience on FOX Soccer Channel. Texas Tech used a long strike from sophomore Paige Strahan from the top of the penalty box to take its first lead of the match at 2-1 in the 71st minute of play. Strahan took a feed from freshman Hannah Devine, swung around a defender and rifled the shot past Jayhawk goalkeeper Kat Liebetrau for the eventual game-winner. The goal was Strahan’s eight of the season and her fifth game-winner. Her five game-winning goals are the most by a Red Raiders since 1996 while her eight goals are second on the team behind freshman Janine Beckie with nine. The Jayhawks struck first early in the match as Courtney Dickerson connected on her fourth goal of the season to put Kansas on top 1-0 in the 15th minute of play. The Red Raiders then responded at the end of the first half when senior Dawn Ward sent a header into the back of the net for her second goal of the season and the 21st goal of her decorated career. Ward took a feed from fellow senior Morgan Johnson, and headed a rebound from her own initial strike into the Kansas net. The goal tied the match at 1-1 heading into the halftime break. The back-and-forth match would then remain tied before Strahan rifled in her game-winner at the 70:38 mark.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Sarah Ellison (TTU) Moinca Alvarado (TCU)

Time 36:42 88:51

Assist Hinkle Smith-Banas

Season Goal 2 6

Career Goal 10 9

Score Texas Tech 1, TCU 0 Texas Tech 1, TCU 0

Player Courtney Dickerson (KU) Dawn Ward (TTU) Paige Strahan (TTU) Kansas Own Goal

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs TCU (Oct 19, 2012 at Fort Worth, Texas) Texas Tech (12-4-1; 3-2-1 Big 12) vs. TCU (5-8-3; 0-4-2\Big 12) Date: Oct 19, 2012 • Attendance: 2267 Weather:

Texas Tech

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

# 30 4 5 7 12 14 15 17 18 20 24 8 9 10 11 16 19 22 23

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Disabella, Jessica Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Jenkins, Bridgett Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Totals

Corner kicks Texas Tech TCU

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

1 1 1 1 1 35

Time Team 36:42 TTU 88:51 TCU

1 1 1 1 15

1 1

1

9

1 1 0

2 OT O2 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

9 35 9 32 73 29 51 73

Min GA Saves 110:00 1 3

# 1

Total 1 1

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Arnold, Vittoria - - - - 110 Clemmer, Bobbi - - - - 110 Bowen, Carly - - - - 110 Slyman, Brittany 2 - - - - 63 Smith-Banas, Serena 1 1 - 1 - 110 Johnson, Kelly 3 2 - - - 110 Lane, Morgan - - - - 110 Jones, Ashley - - - - 50 Foreman, Rebekah - - - - 110 Courvoisier, Maddy 1 - - - - 86 Alvarado, Monica 4 2 1 - - 110 -- Substitutes -5 Hamm, Madeline - - - - 32 9 Schweiss, Sarah 2 1 - - - 75 19 Schafer, Lindsy - - - - 10 25 Rowland, Becca - - - - 13 Totals 13 6 1 1 4

# 1 4 6 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 26

Goalkeepers Arnold, Vittoria

Min GA Saves 110:00 1 12

1 15 1

2 OT O2 11 5 4 7 3 2

Total 35 13

Saves by period Texas Tech TCU

1 0 7

2 OT O2 4 1 0 4 2 1

Total 5 14

1 5 1

2 OT O2 1 1 1 2 0 1

Total 8 4

Fouls Texas Tech TCU

1 1 1

2 OT O2 5 1 2 1 1 1

Total 9 4

Goal scorer Ellison, Sarah (2) Alvarado, Monica (6)

Assist Hinkle, Jaelene Smith-Banas, Serena

Description

Goal scored off of corner kick. long feed from center field, headed in by

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #TM (67:15); YC-TTU #9 (102:30) Texas Tech-Esson, Victoria (10-4-1). TCU-Arnold, Vittoria (5-7-3). Stadium: Garvey-Rosenthal Officials: Referee: Ted Unkel; Asst. Referee: BJ Jones; Jennifer Jones; Alt. Official: Kyle Borne; Timekeeper: Casey Walker; Scorer: Brandie Davidson; Offsides: Texas Tech 2, TCU 0.

Official's signature

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Assist - Johnson Devine -

Season Goal 4 2 6 -

Career Goal 4 20 7 -

Score Texas Tech 0, Kansas 1 Texas Tech 1, Kansas 1 Texas Tech 2, Kansas 1 Texas Tech 3, Kansas 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Kansas (Oct 21, 2012 at Lawrence, Kan.)

TCU

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 110 5 4 - - - 45 - - - - 76 3 - - - - 27 12 3 - - - 101 5 1 - - - 83 2 1 - 1 - 110 1 1 - - - 110 1 1 - - - 90 - - - - 35 1 - - - - 91

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Shots by period Texas Tech TCU

Goals by period Texas Tech TCU

Time 14:39 35:30 70:38 79:00

Texas Tech (13-4-1) vs. Kansas (9-7-2) Date: Oct 21, 2012 • Attendance: 560 Weather: Partly Cloudy, 74F, Wind SSE 15mph

Texas Tech

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

# 30 4 5 8 12 15 16 17 18 20 24

7 9 10 11 14 19 22 23 26 TM

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Beckie, Janine Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Smith, Tiffini Narvaiz, Taylor Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Casey, Ashley Team Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 28 - - - - 65 1 - - - - 45 5 2 - - - 59 - - - - 50 - - - - 70 2 - - - - 90 - - 1 - 90 - - - - 36 3 1 1 - - 42 2 2 16

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 2 1 8

1 1 3

1 2

7 7

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 4

Goals by period Texas Tech Kansas

1 1 1

2 2 0

Kansas

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

14 39 28 51 50 55 39 45 2 0 # 0

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Liebetrau,Kat - - - - 90 Robbins,Sarah - - - - 84 Berry,Whitney 3 1 - - - 82 Yearout,Haley - - - - 90 Kastor,Caroline 5 2 - - - 72 Fletcher,Jamie 2 - - - - 90 Williamson,Shelby - - - - 90 Grow,Amy 2 - - - - 80 Van Slambrouck, Car - - - - 85 Dickerson,Courtney 1 1 1 - - 58 Dickerson,Cassie - - - - 90 -- Substitutes -2 Chrisopulos,Nicole - - - - 23 9 Williams,Ashley 3 2 - - - 43 12 Kimura, Ali - - - - 13 Totals 16 6 1 0 4

# 0 3 7 8 10 11 16 19 22 24 27

Goalkeepers Liebetrau,Kat

Min GA Saves 90:00 3 5

Shots by period Texas Tech Kansas

1 8 7

2 8 9

Total 16 16

Saves by period Texas Tech Kansas

1 2 3

2 3 2

Total 5 5

Corner kicks Texas Tech Kansas

1 0 2

2 6 2

Total 6 4

Fouls Texas Tech Kansas

1 4 2

2 3 2

Total 7 4

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time Team 14:39 KU 35:30 TTU 70:38 TTU 79:00 TTU

Goal scorer Dickerson,Courtney (4) Ward, Dawn (2) Strahan, Paige (8) OWN GOAL

Total 3 1

Assist (unassisted) Johnson, Morgan Devine, Hannah (unassisted)

Description

Long pass finds 24 who beat keeper Header off rebound Kick from top of penalty box Off throw in

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #17 (34:19) Win-Esson, Victoria (11-4-1). Loss-Liebetrau,Kat (6-3-2). Stadium: KU Soccer Complex Officials: Referee: Chris Penso; Asst. Referee: Bryan Auten; Rex Ramirez; Alt. Official: Tony Guliano; Timekeeper: Kayla Shirey; Scorer: Brad Gilbert; Offsides: Texas Tech 0, Kansas 0.

Official's signature

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

OCT 26 at OKLAHOMA STATE W, 2-0

OCT 31 vs KANSAS W, 2-0

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech put on a show Friday night in the NSCAA College Game of the Week as the Red Raiders shutout Oklahoma State 2-0 in front of a nationally televised audience at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Freshman Janine Beckie, who entered the match as Tech’s leading scorer, connected on two second half goals as the Red Raiders broke the school record for victories in a single season with their 14th of the year. Texas Tech (14-4-1, 5-2-1 Big 12) secured a third place finish in the highly-competitive Big 12 marking the highest conference finish in school history with the Big 12 tournament looming next week in San Antonio. On a chilly Friday night with temperatures dropping into the lower 40s, the Red Raiders outshot Oklahoma State 18-9, and with the victory finished the regular season an impressive 8-1 in home matches. The Red Raiders are now 22-7-1 at home since 2010. After a scoreless first half, Beckie put Texas Tech on top in the 55th minute punching a deflected shot into the back of the net from inside the 6-yard box to give the Red Raiders a 1-0 lead. The goal swung the momentum of a back-and-forth match comfortably into the Red Raiders favor as Tech entered the game 13-0-1 on the season when striking first. Senior Morgan Johnson picked up the assist on the score marking her fourth of the season. The Red Raiders then struck once again as Beckie took a long feed from teammate Tiffini Smith across midfield and beat Oklahoma State’s Carson Michalowski for a clean shot at the Cowgirl goal. The Highlands Ranch, Colo., native then blasted a shot from 12 yards out and beat Oklahoma State goalkeeper Andrianna Franch to the right to put Tech up 2-0 in the 71st minute.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Texas Tech used a two-goal outburst in the second half on Wednesday to shutout Kansas 2-0 in the opening round of the Big 12 Soccer Championships at Blossom Stadium in San Antonio. Texas Tech, a No. 3 seed, now advances to play No. 2 seed Baylor in the semifinals of the Big 12 Championships set for Friday at 8 p.m. at Blossom Soccer Stadium. With the victory, the Red Raiders improve to 15-4-1 on the year and extend their unbeaten streak to six matches. Tech has outscored opponents 12-2 during its current unbeaten stretch and earned its ninth shutout of the season Wednesday. Beckie, who was named the Disney Soccer/NSCAA Player of the Week Wednesday, connected on her game-winning strike in the 58th minute after a scoreless first half of play. The Highlands Ranch, Colo. native took a feed from teammate Paige Strahan inside the penalty box, and beat Kansas goalkeeper Kat Liebetrau to the left to give the Red Raiders the 1-0 advantage. The goal was Beckie’s 12th of the season which leads all Tech scorers while it marked her fifth gamewinner to tie Strahan for the team lead. The assist was Strahan’s third of the season. The Red Raiders used strikes from Big 12 Rookie of the Year Janine Beckie and senior Dawn Ward to secure the victory and advance to the semifinals for the first time in program history. Texas Tech then struck again on a breakaway effort by freshman Ashley Casey. After her initial shot was blocked, Casey took the rebound and found an open Dawn Ward to her left who connected on a strike to give the Red Raiders a commanding 2-0 lead in the 82nd minute. The score was Ward’s third of the season and the 22nd of her career while Casey picked up the second assist of her young career. Junior goalkeeper Victoria Esson made six saves on the afternoon to pick up her sixth shutout of the season and the 13th of her career.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Beckie (TTU) Beckie (TTU)

Time 54:53 70:08

Assist Johnson Smith

Season Goal 10 11

Career Goal 10 11

Score Texas Tech 1, Oklahoma State 0 Texas Tech 2, Oklahoma State 0

Player Beckie (TTU) Ward (TTU)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 TEXAS TECH SOCCER Oklahoma State vs Texas Tech (Oct 26, 2012 at Lubbock, Texas) Oklahoma State (11-5-3, 1-4-3 Big 12) vs. Texas Tech (14-4-1, 5-2-1,Big 12) Date: Oct 26, 2012 • Attendance: 1244 Weather: Clear 52 Degrees

Oklahoma State

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

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Franch, Adrianna - - - - 90 Delaney Kiely - - - - 76 Kelsey Bass 1 1 - - - 90 Mercado, Madison 3 - - - - 81 McKinney, Hayley - - - - 84 Rhinehart, Miriam - - - - 90 Michalowski, Carson 1 - - - - 90 Marchesano, Megan 2 - - - - 90 Reyes, Lauren - - - - 90 Kahan, Makenzie - - - - 75 Stephenson, Allie 1 - - - - 63 -- Substitutes -10 Mathews, Taylor - - - 6 21 Gray, Alicia - - - - 15 28 Greeson, Heidi 1 1 - - - 36 Totals 9 2 0 0 9

# 23 2 4 5 6 8 13 16 18 19 22

# 23

Goalkeepers Franch, Adrianna

Shots by period Oklahoma State Texas Tech Corner kicks Oklahoma State Texas Tech

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 54:53 TTU 70:08 TTU

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 7 1 7 13 1 2 5

2 2 5 2 1 4

Total 9 18 Total 3 9

Goal scorer Beckie,Janine (10) Beckie,Janine (11)

Goals by period Oklahoma State Texas Tech

1 0 0

Texas Tech

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

# 30

Player Esson,Victoria Inman,Erin Disabella,Jessica Beckie,Janine Smith,Tiffini Hinkle,Jaelene Haagsma,Hayley Johnson,Morgan Yacullo,Mallory Ellison,Sarah Strahan,Paige -- Substitutes -8 Murphy,Alli 9 Devine,Hannah 11 Rohmer,Briana 19 Narvaiz,Taylor 22 Ward,Dawn Totals

2 2 18

Goalkeepers Esson,Victoria

Fouls Oklahoma State Texas Tech

Assist Johnson,Morgan Smith,Tiffini

9

Total 0 2

2

Season Goal 12 2

Kansas (10-8-2, 3-5-0 Big 12) vs. Texas Tech (15-4-1, 5-2-1 Big 12) Date: Oct 31, 2012 • Attendance: 207 Weather:

1 5 2 1 3 4

2 2 0 2 6 6

Career Goal 12 22

Score Texas Tech 1, Kansas 0 Texas Tech 2, Kansas 0

Kansas

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

59 50 22 38 57

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Liebetrau,Kat - - - - 90 Robbins,Sarah 2 - - - - 86 Berry,Whitney 1 - - - - 75 Yearout,Haley - - - - 88 Kastor,Caroline 1 - - - - 71 Fletcher,Jamie 2 - - - - 90 Williamson,Shelby - - - - 90 Grow,Amy 2 - - - - 61 Van Slambrouck, Car - - - - 81 Dickerson,Courtney 4 4 - - - 53 Dickerson,Cassie - - - - 90 -- Substitutes -2 Chrisopulos,Nicole - - - - 31 6 Vaughn,Jami 1 1 - - 8 9 Williams,Ashley 2 1 - - - 46 12 Kimura, Ali - - - - 29 20 Renner,Shannon - - - 2 Totals 15 6 0 0 7

# 0 3 7 8 10 11 16 19 22 24 27

Goals by period Kansas Texas Tech

1 0 0

Texas Tech

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

# 30 5 12 14 15 17 18 20 22 23 24 7 8 9 10 11 16 19 26 29

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 2

Player Esson, Victoria Inman, Erin Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn Ellison, Sarah Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Jenkins, Bridgett Narvaiz, Taylor Casey, Ashley Christensen, Leah Totals

2 0 2

Total 0 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 55 4 1 1 - - 61 2 - - - - 68 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - - - 59 - - - - 43 2 1 1 - - 62 - - - - 23 1 - - 1 - 74 1 1 1 12

1 3

2

Total 7 2

# 0

Total 9 10

Shots by period Kansas Texas Tech

1 8 3

2 7 9

Total 15 12

Saves by period Kansas Texas Tech

1 0 3

2 1 3

Total 1 6

Corner kicks Kansas Texas Tech

1 1 3

2 4 2

Total 5 5

Fouls Kansas Texas Tech

1 4 3

2 3 3

Total 7 6

Description

Off deflection from goalie within the 6-yar Beat keeper to the right

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #20 (78:16) Win-Esson,Victoria (12-4-1). Loss-Franch, Adrianna (11-5-3). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Fernando Galvan; Asst. Referee: David Warner; Jeff Crank; Alt. Official: Tom Harlett; Offsides: Oklahoma State 0, Texas Tech 3.

- - - - - 2 10

Assist Strahan Casey

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Kansas vs Texas Tech (Oct 31, 2012 at San Antonio, Texas)

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 75 1 1 - - - 25 8 5 2 - - 76 - - 1 - 55 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - - 1 - 90 1 - - - - 52 1 1 - - - 63 3 2 - - - 58

# 30 5 7 12 14 15 17 18 20 23 24

Saves by period Oklahoma State Texas Tech

2 0 2

Time 57:02 81:16

Goalkeepers Liebetrau,Kat

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 57:02 TTU 81:16 TTU

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 1

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (12) Ward, Dawn (3)

# 30

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

Assist Strahan, Paige Casey, Ashley

1 2

- 52 - 31 - 57 - 15 - 28 - 45 - 33 - 13 - 0+ 6

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 6

Description

12 finish just outside 8-yard box two on one breakaway

Cautions and ejections: YC-TTU #10 (33:30); YC-KU #3 (38:13)

Official's signature

Win-Esson, Victoria (13-4-1). Loss-Liebetrau,Kat (10-8-2). Stadium: Blossom Soccer Officials: Referee: Armando Villareal; Asst. Referee: Tom Smith; Tim Debysingh; Alt. Official: Rob Mann; Offsides: Kansas 0, Texas Tech 2.

Official's signature

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

25

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

NOV. 2 vs. BAYLOR L, 2-1

NOV. vs. 10 NORTH TEXAS W, 2-0

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Texas Tech’s Big 12 Championship run came to a close late Friday night as the Red Raiders fell to Baylor 2-1 in a tightly contested match at Blossom Stadium. Baylor found the back of the net in the 79th minute to break a longstanding 1-1 tie and advance to Sunday’s championship match. Texas Tech outshot the Bears 15-12 on the night, but with loss fell to 15-5-1 on the season after advancing to the semifinals for the first time in program history. The Red Raiders now await their postseason fate with the NCAA Tournament selection show scheduled for Monday at 3:30 p.m. (CT). Friday’s loss is the second in as many tries against Baylor (16-1-4) as Tech fell to the Bears 3-2 in double-overtime on Oct. 5 in Lubbock. Baylor struck early in just the fourth minute of play when senior Hanna Gillamore scored off a deflection in front of the Texas Tech net. The score, at the 3:36 mark of play, was the earliest goal surrendered by Texas Tech on the year. The Red Raiders responded though when senior Tiffini Smith connected for her first goal of the season when she sent a long header from outside the penalty box up and over Baylor goalkeeper Michelle Kloss to tie the match in the 21st minute. The goal was Smith’s sixth of her career, and came off a long deflected free kick from junior Hayley Haagsma. Texas Tech and Baylor entered the halftime break knotted in the 1-1 tie and continued a physical back-and-forth battle well into the second half. The Bears then struck late with the game-winning goal when Lisa Sliwinski scored in 79th minute off a deflected shot inside the six-yard box. It marked the senior’s third goal of the season against the Red Raiders after striking twice against Tech in Lubbock.

LUBBOCK, Texas - A standing-room only crowd at the John Walker Soccer Complex witnessed history Saturday night as Texas Tech shutout North Texas 2-0 in its first NCAA postseason match in school history. Senior Dawn Ward propelled the Red Raiders into the second round of the Women’s College Cup scoring two second half goals in her final match at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Ward and the Red Raiders (16-5-1) now face No. 1 seed Florida State next weekend in Tallahassee with a date and time to be determined. With the victory in front of a season-high crowd of 1,738, Texas Tech improved to 9-1 at the John Walker Soccer Complex and continued the most successful season in school history. The multi-goal performance marked the fourth of Ward’s career and the first since striking twice against Toledo last year. After a scoreless first half that saw Texas Tech outshoot the Mean Green 9-6, Ward connected on her first goal of the evening in the 51st minute of action. The Midland, Texas native took a pass from freshman Janine Beckie inside the box and sent a header past North Texas goalkeeper Jackie Kerestine for the opening goal of the match. The score was the first given up by Kerestine in three games heading into Saturday’s match. Ward then struck again in the 59th minute to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 advantage off a long pass from freshman Hannah Devine across the penalty box. The assist was Devine’s fourth of the season while Beckie earned her fifth of the year. The Red Raiders finished the home slate outscoring opponents 15-2 in the second half at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Junior goalkeeper Victoria Esson continued her stellar play late in the season with four saves on the night to earn a school record 14th career shutout. Saturday’s performance marked her seventh shutout this season.

Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

Player Hanna Gilmore (BU) Tiffini Smith (TTU) LIsa Slwinski (BU)

Time 3:36 20:03 78:54

Assist - - -

Season Goal 4 1 9

Career Goal 20 6 29

Score Baylor 1, Texas Tech 0 Baylor 1, Texas Tech 1 Baylor 2, Texas Tech 1

Player Dawn Ward (TTU) Dawn Ward (TTU)

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs Baylor (Nov 02, 2012 at San Antonio, Texas) Goals by period Texas Tech Baylor

Texas Tech (15-5-1) vs. Baylor (16-1-4) Date: Nov 02, 2012 • Attendance: 389 Weather:

Texas Tech

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

# 30 7 9 12 14 15 16 17 18 22 24 5 8 11 19 20 26

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Disabella, Jessica Devine, Hannah Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Jenkins, Bridgett Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Ward, Dawn Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Inman, Erin Murphy, Alli Rohmer, Briana Narvaiz, Taylor Yacullo, Mallory Casey, Ashley Totals

Baylor

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 82 1 - - - - 90 3 1 - - - 84 2 1 1 - - 58 - - - - 90 - - - - 43 4 - - - - 75 1 - - - - 90 1 1 - - - 57 2 - - - - 90 1 15

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 4

1

- - - - - - 0 10

1 1 1

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

32 0 40 0 62 6

# 8 3 4 5 6 10 13 18 24 25 27 2 7 9 17 19 28 29

Min GA Saves 90:00 2 3

# 8

Player Kloss, Michelle Larsen, Dana Davis, Carlie Sliwinski, Lisa Ludlow, Kat Campos, Bri Gilmore, Hanna Polley, Selby Heatherly, Taylor Daigle, Katie Hoffman, Vic -- Substitutes -Campos, Larissa Wilde, Alexa Klein, Alex Hatler, Jordan Seals, Anjadai Summey, Karlee Young, Hadley Totals

2 0 1

Goalkeepers Kloss, Michelle

5

Total 1 2

2

1 8 6

2 7 6

Total 15 12

Saves by period Texas Tech Baylor

1 1 2

2 2 1

Total 3 3

Corner kicks Texas Tech Baylor

1 5 5

2 5 0

Total 10 5

Fouls Texas Tech Baylor

1 3 7

2 7 8

Total 10 15

No.

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 3:36 BU 20:03 TTU 78:54 BU

Goal scorer Gilmore, Hanna (4) Smith, Tiffini (1) Sliwinski, Lisa (9)

Assist (unassisted) (unassisted) (unassisted)

Description

Win-Kloss, Michelle (16-1-4). Loss-Esson, Victoria (13-5-1). Stadium: Blossom Soccer Officials: Referee: Tim Debysingh; Asst. Referee: Tom Smith; Chris Gordon; Alt. Official: Tony Russo; Offsides: Texas Tech 1, Baylor 0.

North Texas

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

36 7 30 6 18 44 21

rebound off goalie punch rebound header off goalie punch rebound off goalie save inside the six

Cautions and ejections: YC-BU #TM (45:00); YC-TTU #TM (54:21); YC-BU #2 (74:42); YC-TTU #9 (88:47)

Season Goal 4 5

Career Goal 23 24

Score Texas Tech 1, North Texas 0 Texas Tech 2, North Texas 0

Goals by period North Texas Texas Tech

North Texas (16-5-2) vs. Texas Tech (16-5-1) Date: Nov 10, 2012 • Attendance: 1738 Weather: Partly Cloudy, 71-degrees # 0 2 4 5 7 9 10 12 15 16 22 1 6 8 13 14 18 19 20 21 23

Min GA Saves 90:00 1 3

Shots by period Texas Tech Baylor

Scoring summary:

- - - - - - - 0 15

Assist Beckie Devine

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer North Texas vs Texas Tech (Nov 10, 2012 at Lubbck, Texas)

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 - - - - 60 - - - - 90 3 2 1 - - 66 1 - - - - 83 - - - - 67 2 2 1 - - 90 - - - - 83 - - - - 90 - - - - 55 4 1 - - - 54 1 1 12

Time 50:09 58:02

# 0 1

Player Kerestine, Jackie Holt, Shelly McDowell, Carly Moreau, Jackie Graham, Tess Pineda, Karla Hulstein, Lindsey Haggerty, Amber Hodges, Kelsey Young, Michelle Adame, Tori -- Substitutes -Riley, Haley Grisham, Molly Cox, Leah Guderian, Allison Brooks, Kara Pantoja, Marissa Stallcup, Alyson Ross, Katelyn Hercules, Lynda Burgardt, Amanda Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 58 - - - - 90 4 1 - - - 90 1 1 - - - 61 - - - - 90 2 1 - - - 60 - - - - 31 - - - - 41 1 1 - - - 90 1 - - - - 81 - - - - 64 1 10

Goalkeepers Kerestine, Jackie Riley, Haley

4

0

0

6

1 0 0

Texas Tech

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

32 10 61 26 59 1 20 7 1 19

# 30 4 5 12 14 15 17 18 20 22 24 7 8 9 10 11 16 19 26

Min GA Saves 58:02 2 10 31:58 0 2

# 30

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -Disabella, Jessica Murphy, Alli Devine, Hannah Heap, Caity Rohmer, Briana Jenkins, Bridgett Narvaiz, Taylor Casey, Ashley Totals

2 0 2

Total 0 2

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 90 2 2 - - - 35 - - - - 57 2 1 - 1 - 60 1 - - - - 62 2 2 - - - 90 1 - - - - 90 - - - - 61 - - - - 52 5 5 2 - - 48 - - - - 74 1 2 2 1 19

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 1 1 14

2

1 6 9

2 4 10

Total 10 19

Saves by period North Texas Texas Tech

1 8 3

2 4 1

Total 12 4

Corner kicks North Texas Texas Tech

1 0 0

2 0 1

Total 0 1

Fouls North Texas Texas Tech

1 4 3

2 2 6

Total 6 9

No.

1. 2.

Time Team 50:09 TTU 58:02 TTU

Goal scorer Ward, Dawn (4) Ward, Dawn (5)

Assist Beckie, Janine Devine, Hannah

Description

Win-Esson, Victoria (14-5-1). Stadium: John Walker Stadium Officials: Referee: Fernando Galvan; Asst. Referee: Andrew Gage; Dustin Cohen; Alt. Official: Paul Blackwell; Offsides: North Texas 1, Texas Tech 3.

Official's signature

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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12 59 61 21 20 29 38 30

pass from right side into box header ove

Cautions and ejections: YC-NT #4 (58:55); YC-TTU #12 (61:28)

Official's signature

9

Min GA Saves 90:00 0 4

Shots by period North Texas Texas Tech

Scoring summary:

1 2

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

MATCH RECAPS

OCT 26 at NO. 6 FLORIDA STATE L, 3-2 (2OT) TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Texas Tech’s historic 2012 season came to a close on a chilly Friday night at the Seminole Soccer Complex in the second round of the NCAA Championships. In a fashion that has defined the relentless Red Raiders all season, Texas Tech forced overtime with less than three minutes remaining in regulation against top-seeded Florida State. But it wasn’t quite enough as the Seminoles scored the game-winner in the 104th minute to take the 3-2 victory in double overtime. The Red Raiders made the program’s debut in the NCAA Soccer Championships after advancing to the semifinals of the Big 12 Championships for the first time in school history. Texas Tech, which finished the season with a school record 16 wins, then advanced to Friday’s NCAA Second Round match after defeating North Texas 2-0 at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Trailing 2-1 with less than five minutes remaining in regulation, Texas Tech wasn’t quick to go away as stellar freshman Janine Beckie tied the match on a header in the 88th minute that silenced the host crowd. It was her second of the evening as she registered her third multi-goal performance of her rookie campaign and finished the season with a team-leading 14 scores on the year. Beckie, the Big 12 Rookie of the Year, got the Red Raiders on the board first Friday night with a goal in the 15th minute of play. The Highlands Ranch Colo., native took a feed from junior Jessica Fuston inside the box and beat Florida State goalkeeper Kelsey Wys to her left to give the Red Raiders the early 1-0 lead. The assist was Fuston’s fourth of the season. The Red Raiders held onto 1-0 advantage until Florida State responded just before the halftime break in the 40th minute of play. Florida State sophomore Marta Bakowska-Mathews provided the equalizer that soared into top left corner of the Texas Tech goal and knotted the match at 1-1 heading into the break. Goal Breakdown

Player Beckie (TTU) Bakowska-Mathews (FSU) McCarty (FSU) Beckie (TTU) McCarty (FSU)

Time 14:45 39:15 65:05 87:51 103:57

Assist Fuston - Brynjarsdottir Murphy Short

Season Goal 13 2 13 14 14

Career Goal 13 2 41 14 42

Score Texas Tech 1, Florida State 0 Texas Tech 1, Florida State 1 Texas Tech 1, Florida State 2 Texas Tech 2, Florida State 2 Texas Tech 2, Florida State 3

Soccer Box Score (Final) 2012 Texas Tech Soccer Texas Tech vs #4 Florida State (Nov 16, 2012 at Tallahassee, Fla.)

Texas Tech (16-6-1) vs. Florida State (18-3) Date: Nov 16, 2012 • Attendance: 839 Weather: Chilly, 48 degrees

Texas Tech

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

Player Esson, Victoria Fuston, Jessica Inman, Erin Beckie, Janine Smith, Tiffini Hinkle, Jaelene Haagsma, Hayley Johnson, Morgan Yacullo, Mallory Ward, Dawn Strahan, Paige -- Substitutes -7 Disabella, Jessica 8 Murphy, Alli 9 Devine, Hannah 11 Rohmer, Briana 16 Jenkins, Bridgett 26 Casey, Ashley Totals

Sh SO G A Fo Min - - - - 104 - - 1 - 44 - - - - 47 7 4 2 - - 101 1 1 - - - 93 - - - - 104 - - - - 104 - - - - 100 - - - - 81 - - - - 95 1 - - - - 68

# 30 4 5 12 14 15 17 18 20 22 24

# 30

Goals by period Texas Tech Florida State

1 10

Goalkeepers Esson, Victoria

1 6

2

1 2

8

2 OT O2 1 0 0 1 0 1

Total 2 3

Florida State

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

41 55 67 3 23 9

Min GA Saves 103:57 3 4

1 1 1

Player Sh SO G A Fo Min Kelsey Wys - - - - 104 Ines Jaurena 1 - - - - 104 Casey Short - - 1 - 104 Jamia Fields 2 1 - - - 93 Jessica Price 1 - - - - 77 Dagny Brynjarsdottir 2 - - 1 - 104 Kassey Kallman 1 - - - - 104 Kristin Grubka 2 - - - - 104 Tiffany McCarty 6 4 2 - - 84 Tiana Brockway 1 - - - - 92 Hikaru Murakami 1 - - - - 104 -- Substitutes -8 Michaela Hahn 2 2 - - - 29 16 Carson Pickett - - - - 27 21 M. Bakowska-Mathe 1 1 1 - - 11 Totals 20 8 3 2 9

# 19 2 3 4 6 7 9 13 14 15 18

# 19

Goalkeepers Kelsey Wys

Min GA Saves 103:57 2 4

Shots by period Texas Tech Florida State

1 3 7

2 OT O2 6 1 0 10 2 1

Total 10 20

Saves by period Texas Tech Florida State

1 1 1

2 OT O2 4 0 0 2 1 0

Total 5 4

Corner kicks Texas Tech Florida State

1 0 1

2 OT O2 2 0 0 2 0 0

Total 2 3

Fouls Texas Tech Florida State

1 2 3

2 OT O2 5 1 0 3 1 2

Total 8 9

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2.

Time Team 14:45 TTU 39:15 FS

3.

65:05

4. 87:51 5. 103:57

Goal scorer Beckie, Janine (13) M. Bakowska-Mathews (2)

Assist Fuston, Jessica (unassisted)

FS

Tiffany McCarty (13)

Dagny Brynjarsdottir

TTU FS

Beckie, Janine (14) Tiffany McCarty (14)

Murphy, Alli Casey Short

Description

turnover cross deflected in turnover in the 18 and shot in the upper l corner pass from the middle to 14 who dribbles p 18 and into corner 15 from the left side found a head in the c pass from short in the center 14 slips it in right corner

Cautions and ejections: Win-Kelsey Wys (17-3-0). Loss-Esson, Victoria (14-6-1). Stadium: Soccer Complex Officials: Referee: Tony Baumerrt; Asst. Referee: Uwe Tittl; Joe LeBlanc; Alt. Official: Richonne Clark; Timekeeper: Karissa Pendleton; Scorer: Christa Salerno; Offsides: Texas Tech 8, Florida State 0. Florida State Advances to play No.15 Texas A&M

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