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2012

MEDIA

GUIDE

TEXAS

TECH

SOCCER

TIFFINI SMITH Senior

2012 Preseason All-Big 12 Selection 2009 All-Big 12 Newcomer Selection

JAELENE HINKLE Sophomore

2012 Preseason All-Big 12 Selection Third-Team All-Central Region Unanimous Big 12 All-Newcomer Selection 2011 All-Big 12 Second Team Selection

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2012 SCHEDULE Day Date Opponent

Site

Time

Friday

Aug. 17

Idaho

Lubbock, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Aug. 19

New Mexico

Lubbock, Texas

12:00 p.m.

Friday

Aug. 24

Stephen F. Austin&^

Fort Worth, Texas

5:00 p.m.

Sunday

Aug. 26

Montana

Fort Worth, Texas

11:00 a.m.

Friday

Aug. 31

Nevada

Lubbock, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 2

‘Ole Miss

Oxford, Miss.

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

Sept. 8

Auburn!

Auburn, Ala.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 14

Long Beach State

Fullerton, Calif.

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 16

Cal. State Fullerton

Fullerton, Calif.

3:30 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 21

West Virginia

Morgantown, W.V.

6:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 23

New Mexico State

Lubbock, Texas

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 28

Oklahoma*

Lubbock, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 30

Iowa State*

Lubbock, Texas

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 5

Baylor*

Lubbock, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 12

Texas*!

Austin, Texas

5:30 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 14

Francis Marion

Lubbock, Texas

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 19

TCU

Ft. Worth, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 21

Kansas

Lawrence, Kan.

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 26

Oklahoma State*!&

Lubbock, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Oct. 31 - Nov. 4

Big 12 Tournament

San Antonio, Texas

TBA

Nov. 14-16 Nov. 21-23 Nov. 28-30 Dec. 5-7

NCAA First Round NCAA Second/Third Rounds NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Women’s College Cup

TBA TBA TBA San Diego, Calif.

TBA TBA TBA TBA

!&

!^

!

*!&

!

*

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* Denotes Big 12 Conference Game ! Denotes Opponent that reached the NCAA Postseason Tournament in 2011 & Denotes 2011 Conference Champion ^ Denotes TCU Invitational Tournament

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CONTENTS CREDITS

This is Tech Soccer Athletics Communications _______________________________________ Tom Stone Welcome___________________________________________ John Walker Soccer Complex______________________________________ Texas Tech University___________________________________________ Texas Tech Quick Facts__________________________________________

Editor Britton Drown Design/Layout Britton Drown Editorial Assistance Blayne Beal Scott Lacefield Trenten Hilburn Travis Cram Matthew Dowdy

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This is Our Time 2012 Outlook_______________________________________________ 20 2012 Opponents_____________________________________________ 22

Photography Michael Strong, Norvelle Kennedy, Office of Communications & Marketing Shipping Address 6th & Boston Ave. Lubbock, TX 79409

This is Our Team Roster____________________________________________________ Head Coach Tom Stone__________________________________________ Returners__________________________________________________ Newcomers________________________________________________

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The 2011 Season Game-by-Game Results_________________________________________ 50 2011 Stats_________________________________________________ 60

Mailing Address Box 43021 Lubbock, TX 79409 GPS Address 2526 6th St. Lubbock, TX 79409 Web www.texastech.com Facebook: TTUAthletics Twitter: @TechAthletics, @TechGameday

This is Our History Team/Individual Records________________________________________ 64 Year-by-Year Results ___________________________________________ 68

Under Armour is the official apparel provider for the Texas Tech soccer program.

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THIS IS TECH SOCCER

INSIDE Athletics Communications Staff_ _______________ 10 Tom Stone Welcome_______________________ 11 John Walker Soccer Complex__________________ 12 Texas Tech University______________________ 15 Quick Facts ___________________________ 17

WELCOME

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TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Blayne Beal

Assoc. Athletics Director/ Communications (806) 742-2770 (O)

Scott Lacefield Associate Director scott.lacefield@ttu.edu (806) 742-3355 (O)

Trenten Hilburn Associate Director trenten.hilburn@ttu.edu (806) 742-2770 (O)

Travis Cram

Associate Director/ Director of Multimedia travis.cram@ttu.edu (806) 742-2770 (O)

Britton Drown

Matt Dowdy

Assistant Director Soccer Media Contact britton.drown@ttu.edu (806) 742-3355 (O) (972) 679-5094 (C)

Assistant Director matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu (806) 742-2770 (O)

Sheila Tucker

Administrative Assistant sheila.tucker@ttu.edu (806) 742-2770 (O)

TEXAS TECH SOCCER MEDIA POLICIES AND INFORMATION

Athlete Interviews and Event Coverage

Video Highlights

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

Photos and Photo Requests

Head soccer coach Tom Stone and select players will be available to the media upon appointments made with the Texas Tech athletics communications 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.

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 match information for the Texas Tech soccer team.

Broadcast quality video highlights for select 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.

Photo requests of specific athletes or events must be emailed to Britton Drown (britton.drown@ttu.edu) or a member of the Texas Tech athletics communications staff.

John Walker Soccer Complex

The John Walker Soccer Complex is home to Texas Tech soccer and is located at 10th and Texas Tech Parkway on the Texas Tech campus in Lubbock, Texas. The facility holds 1,500 fans and is complete with a fully-equipped press box along with ample reserved broadcast areas.

LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS

PRINT Lubbock Avalanche Journal

Beat Writer: Tommy Magelssen Email: thomas.magelssen@lubbockonline.com

RaiderPower.com

Managing Editor: Joshua Koch Email: joshkoch09@gmail.com

BROADCAST KAMC (ABC) Sports Director: Brian Duncan Email: bduncan@klbk13.tv

Red Raider Sports Magazine

KJTV - Fox 34 Sports Director: Rob Verby Email: rverby@fox34.com

Associated Press

KLBK - (CBS) Sports Director: Brandon Rawe Email: brawe@klbk.tv KCBD (NBC) Sports Director: Pete Christy Email: pchristy@kcbd.com

Staff Writer: Mike Graham Email: graham@redraidersports. com

Reporter: Betsy Blaney Email: bblaney@ap.org

The Daily Toreador

Sports Editor - Brett Winegarner Email: brett.winegarner@ttu.edu

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RADIO

KKAM 1340-AM ‘The Fan’Program Director: Robert Snyder Email: robertsnyder@townsquaremedia.com KTTU 104.3-FM ‘Double-T 104.3’ Sports Director: Jamie Lendt Email: jlent@ramarcom.com KTXT 88.1-FM ‘The Raider’ Sports Director: Joshua Koch Email: joshua.koch@ttu.edu

WELCOME

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WELCOME TO TEXAS TECH SOCCER Fans and Media,

On behalf of the entire Texas Tech soccer team and staff, I would like to personally welcome you to our home at the John Walker Soccer Complex on the beautiful campus of Texas Tech University. We are extremely grateful and excited about your support and coverage of our team as we look forward to an incredible opportunity during the 2012 season. The 2012 season provides our program yet another exciting chance to take a step forward both in the ultra-competitive Big 12 Conference as well as the national stage. We took significant strides in 2011, tying for the best Big 12 finish in school history (4th), defeating Texas for the first time since the 1999 season and Missouri for the first time since 2007 while ranking No. 13 nationally in home attendance. Now, with 19 returning letterwinners and a freshman class that features an exciting blend of speed and athletic ability, we are poised to compete for a Big 12 Championship and a NCAA postseason play.

We can’t do this without the unbelievable support from the best fans in the country. You make the John Walker Soccer Complex not only one of the most fun places to watch a college soccer match, but also one of the toughest places for opponents to play. Again, we thank you for your support of our program and hope to see you this year as we host an exciting set of matches.

Guns Up!

Tom Stone - Head Coach

THE TOM STONE

BRAND OF SOCCER T

hroughout his five-year tenure at Texas Tech, head coach Tom Stone has constructed the distinct brand of Texas Tech soccer. It’s a carefully crafted identity now clearly visible each fall weekend as thousands of Red Raider fans flock to the the John Walker Soccer Complex and bring to life one of the unique atmospheres in college athletics. After averaging just 349 fans per contest before Stone arrived in Lubbock, the John Walker Soccer Complex has emerged as a national leader in attendance. Texas Tech ranked No. 13 in the country in home attendance during the 2011 season averaging 1,332 fans per contest. Meanwhile, the Red Raiders broke the single-game attendance record twice in 2011 en route to the 12 percent increase in average single-game attendance in just one year. Through the combination of building a successful program, one that matched its best Big 12 finish in school history in 2011, with a thrilling style of play - Texas Tech soccer has emerged into a powerful program on the South Plains. The true brand of Tech soccer has been cemented in its suffocating defense. The Red Raiders have established themselves as one of the top defenses in the Big 12 Conference and maintained that reputation by totaling 10 shutouts during the 2011 season. Tech tied for second in the Big 12 with just

18 goals allowed through 20 games last year - the total also tied for the fewest in school history. In the five years of Stone’s tenure, the Red Raiders have reduced opponents’ shots-on-goal by over 33 percent while also reducing goals-per-game by over 42 percent. The stifling 2011 Texas Tech defense was anchored by four-time Big 12 Player of the Week recipient Victoria Esson. Esson, who transferred from New Zealand prior to the start of the 2011 season, recorded a total of seven shutouts through 14 starts in front of the net. It marked the second most shutouts in a single season by a Tech goalie in school history and her four Big 12 Player of the Week awards set a new Big 12 record. Meanwhile, Texas Tech has proven its offense can exploade at any time. The Red Raiders twice scored five goals in a single match last season, shutting out Arizona State 5-0 on the road before defeating Northern Arizona by the same score at the John Walker Soccer Complex a week later. The combination of a suffocating defense with an explosive offense has given the Red Raiders a unique and intimidating identity throughout both the Big 12 Conference and the nation – and it’s a brand of soccer played in one of the most intimidating atmospheres in the game.

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JOHN WALKER SOCCER COMPLEX

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THE TEXAS TECH

ATMOSPHERE

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ne of the pristine facilities in all of college soccer, the John Walker Soccer Complex is home to one of the most exciting atmospheres in the nation. The state-of-the-art $5 million facility was completed and dedicated prior to the 2008 season with a capacity of 1,500. In the short time since, it has steadily developed an identity and reputation feared by each opponent that steps onto its field. That reputation has been developed through a loyal fan base surrounding the Texas Tech soccer program. Last season, the Red Raiders ranked No. 13 nationally in average single-game attendance with 1,332 fans packing the stands for each home match - a testament to the immense growth of the program during the Tom Stone Era. But the ranking and average attendance isn’t just a number. The game day atmosphere in Lubbock begins well before the start of each home match in the fall. Fans have embraced Texas Tech soccer, and consistently flock to the John Walker Soccer complex hours before the match. Each Friday night, tailgates line the parking lot outside the state-of-the-art team facility in celebration and anticipation of the match ahead. The John Walker Soccer Complex is the only in the Big 12 to feature state-of-the-art Field Turf playing surface – allowing the Red Raiders to train under virtually any weather conditions while maintaining the pristine playing surface. The John B. Walker Soccer Complex features a 1,500-seat grandstand specifically designed to keep fans close to the action and a includes a soccer house outfitted with team locker rooms, athletic training facilities, coaches’ offices, coaches’ lounge, the Red Raider lounge (a public lounge), a team lounge equipped with a state-of-the art video system for film study, a team weight room and an Under Armour equipment room. TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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What They’re Saying About The John Walker Soccer Complex

“It’s very impressive. It’s ELECTRIC and just a great atmosphere.” - Rob Verby/Sports Director Fox-34 “It’s a family atmosphere first and foremost, but it’s not kind to the visitors, especially on a Friday night when it’s almost ALWAYS A PACKED HOUSE. It has to be one of, if not the toughest, place to play in the Big 12.” - Chris Level/Publisher RedRaiderSports.com/Co-Host of Tech Talk - Double-T 104.3-FM Players also enjoy a “boot room” located immediately inside the facility as a place dedicated to their Under Armour footwear. Construction of the soccer complex began in 2006 with the soccer pitch installed in time for the 2008 season and the rest of the facility completed in time for the 2009 campaign. The John B. Walker Soccer Complex was designed by Parkhill Smith and Cooper, and features an iron entry gate emblazoned with the Double T. The gate, designed by Lars Stanley Metalworks of Austin is part of the university’s award-winning public art collection.

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f the atmosphere on the field isn’t impressive enough, the soccer house located adjacent to the pitch at the John Walker Soccer Complex proves to be one of the most impressive aspects of the Texas Tech soccer program. Red Raider soccer players enjoy access to one of the most impressive players’ lounges in the country, which also doubles as one of the newest facilities on the Texas Tech campus. The facility, hyperfocused on the student-athlete, is complete with a large and comfortable locker room, training facilities, coaches offices, coaches lounges, the upscale Red Raider Lounge, a spacious team lounge featuring a state-of-the-art video system, a team weight room, and an Under Armour equipment room. The complete facility gives the Red Raiders one of the most prestigious and upscale homes in all of college soccer. The multi-purpose facility has helped to build the entire program into a regular contender in the fiercely competitive Big 12 Conference, as it is regarded as one of the top team facilities in both the conference and the nation. Meanwhile, the John Walker Soccer Complex also provides the local media a modern press conference area complete with custom Texas Tech backdrops. Throughout the year, the Walker Complex houses offices for the Texas Tech soccer staff, giving coaches the convienence of working with the team onsite on a day-to-day basis while providing Red Raider student-athletes with a luxury facility to call home. In all, the John Walker Soccer Complex, completed less than five years ago, cements the deep commitment from the Texas Tech University community to its soccer program.

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THE TEXAS TECH

TRADITION

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ith its first season in 1994, the Texas Tech women’s soccer program is still young, yet the Red Raiders have wasted little time in establishing themselves as a one of the top soccer programs both in the Big 12 and in the nation. Texas Tech joined the Big 12 Conference in 1996, and a commitment to excellence in the sport became evident with the hiring of head coach Tom Stone in 2007. Texas Tech received perhaps one of the most significant signs of commitment to excellence with the completion of the state-of-the-art John Walker Soccer Complex in 2009. With it, Texas Tech suddenly boasted one of the top facilities in both the Big 12 and the nation. It’s no surprise that with the improved facility and one of the top coaching staffs in place, the Red Raiders have risen to top of the Big 12 Conference, most recently finishing fourth in the elite league in 2011. Now, loaded with one of the top recruiting classes in school history along with a core of returners, the Red Raiders are primed to continue their march towards a Big 12 Championship and NCAA Tournament berth in 2012. The noise Tech has made on the national soccer scene has been heard in recent years as the Red Raiders were informed prior to the 2012 season that the NSCAA ‘College Game of the Week’ would broadcast their primetime match up with Oklahoma State live from the John Walker Soccer Complex on Fox Soccer Channel. With the selection as a host site for the NSCAA ‘College Game of the Week’, Texas Tech will have the opportunity to showcase the unique atmosphere that is a Friday night home match in Lubbock, along with everything that Texas Tech has to offer - and do so in front of a nationally televised audience. The selection as a site for the NSCAA/Fox Soccer ‘College Game of the Week’ is a TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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culmination of the steady building progress during the Tom Stone Era at Texas Tech. Yes, it’s clear that Texas Tech soccer is on the rise, and there has rarely been a moment more evident of that than right now as the 2012 season begins in Lubbock.

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

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ocated on the South Plains in West Texas, Texas Tech University rests as a beacon of academic excellence. The prestine campus sprawls out over 1,800 acres boasting one of the top research institutes in the country. Texas Tech operates as a major comprehensive research institute, while also serving as a smaller liberal arts university. With its size, Tech has the ability to provide some of the best facilities, both academically and athletically in the nation. Yet with an enrollment of just over 30,000, the school still focuses on the individual student. Texas Tech is home to students from all 50 states and more than 90 foreign countries. Students come to the campus with the opportunity to pursue over 150 undergraduate programs from within 11 separate colleges. Texas Tech is also home to 100 master’s programs, 50 doctoral programs, a school of law and the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. Texas Tech is the only campus in the state of Texas that is home to a major university, law school and medical school. The City of Lubbock boasts a lively arts and music scene, featuring the Depot District which comes alive nightly with local bands and restaurants to create a truly unique entertainment hotspot just a few miles from the Texas Tech campus. Meanwhile, the United Spirit Arena, a 15,000-seat state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena nicknamed the ‘The Entertainment Showcase of West Texas’, regularly attracts the biggest artists in music including Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, George Strait while also having hosted Pearl Jam, Elton John and more. Lubbock offers the convenience and luxury of a metropolitan city, while never

losing touch with its small-town culture. The city has a comfortable population of 229,573 and offers students of Texas Tech and local residents one of the most attractive lifestyles in the state of Texas. Graduates from Texas Tech have governed three states, flown space missions and even won Olympic Gold Medals. With such a wealth of opportunities at Texas Tech, it’s easy to see why FROM HERE, IT’S POSSIBLE.

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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

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“LONG LIVE

THE MATADORS” Carol of Lights To celebrate the holiday season Texas Tech holds an annual event called the Carol of Lights. The event starts off with the Texas Tech University Combined Choirs performing selections of classic holiday songs at the Science Quadrangle. When the lighting ceremony commences, Students as well as those who came for the show stand in awe as over 25,000 red, white, and orange lights illuminate the 13 buildings surrounding memorial circle. This tradition started in 1959 when Harold Hinn came up with the idea and provided the funds to cover the science quadrangle and the administration building with lights. Unfortunately students were away on Christmas break and did not see the display. The next year the Residence Hall Association created the Christmas Sing, which is now known as the Carol of Lights. Today, the Carol of Lights is one of Texas Tech’s favorite traditions. The Double-T There is no other symbol more recognized with Texas Tech than the Double T symbol. Though no one has yet stepped forward to claim credit for its design, historical evidence points to Texas Tech’s first football coach E.Y. Freeland, who put the Double T logo on sweaters for the football players. Guns Up The “Guns Up” sign is the widely recognized greeting of one Red Raider to another. It is also the sign of victory displayed by the crowd at every athletic event. The sign is made by extending the index finger outward while extending the thumb upward and tucking in the middle, little and fourth fingers to form a gun. The sign can be traced back to L. Glenn Dippel, a 1961 alumnus of Texas Tech. He and his wife Roxie were living in Austin TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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and faced the daily presence of the “Hook ‘em Horns” hand sign used by University of Texas fans. So, the Dippels decided to retaliate. They looked to mascot Raider Red and his raised guns for their inspiration and in 1971 developed the Guns Up hand symbol. The Saddle Tramps and Texas Tech cheerleaders immediately adopted Guns Up and a new tradition was born. Masked Rider The Masked Rider is the oldest and most popular mascot of Texas Tech University that still exists today. Originally the Masked Rider started as a dare in 1936 and was then called the ghost rider, because no one knew the rider’s identity. These ghost riders circled the field at home football games and then disappeared. The Masked Rider did not become an official mascot until 1954, when Joe Kirk Fulton led the team out onto the field at the Gator Bowl. Fulton, wearing Levi’s, red shirt, a black cape and mounted on a black horse awed the crowd as the team made one of the most sensational entrances ever. Today the Masked Rider, with his or her guns up, leads the team out onto the field for all of the home games. The Masked Rider is one of the most visible figures at Tech. Saddle Tramps Formed by Tech student Arch Lamb in 1936, this all-male booster organization supports men’s athletics at Texas Tech. The name Saddle Tramp came from the stories of traveling men who would come to a farm for a brief time, fix up some things and move on. Lamb said he decided that he could fix up some things himself before moving on, and the Saddle Tramps were born. Since that time the Saddle Tramps believe if something was for the betterment of Texas Tech then they would work at it. These Midnight Raiders “paint the campus red” with crepe

paper before big home games, form the legendary “Bell Circle” moments before kickoff, ring Bangin’ Bertha, participate in parades and other campus events (including the Carol of Lights), and ring the Victory Bells after Red Raider victories. Victory Bells In 1936 victory bells were given to Texas Tech as a class gift. The bells rang for the first time at the 1936 class’s graduation. It is said that after the win over TCU, the following year, the bells rang through out the night. The bells kept Lubbock residents up all night. Thereafter, the bell ringing was limited to 30 minutes. Saddle Tramps ring the bells after Texas Tech victories and during special occasions. The Victory Bells - one large and one small, which combine to weigh 1,200 pounds hang in the east tower of the Administration Building. Will Rogers and Soapsuds One of the most well known landmarks on campus is the statue of Will Rogers and his horse Soapsuds. This memorial was dedicated on February 16, 1950 by longtime friend of Rogers, Amon G. Carter. Carter believed Texas Tech was the perfect setting for the statue and that it would fit into the traditions and scenery of West Texas.

TEXAS TECH QUICK FACTS

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2012 TEXAS TECH 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 Team Overview 2011 Record/Big 12 Finish_____ 10-8-5, (3-4-1 Big 12 - 4th) Lettermen (R/L) _________________________ 19/4 Position Starters (R/L)______________________9/2 Home Record _________________________ 7-4-0 Away______________________________ 2-3-2 Neutral_____________________________ 1-1-0 Final Rankings__________________________None 2011 Postseason________________________None Newcomers____________________________ 10 Program History First Season of Soccer______________________1994 All-Time Record____________________ 132-203-27 NCAA Championship Appearances______________None Best Conference Finish__________ 4th (Twice 1996,2011) Coaching Staff Head Coach________________ Tom Stone (6th Season) Alma Matar_______________________ Duke, 1987 Career Record_______________________ 44-42-10 Record at Tech_________________________ Same Big 12 Record________________________ 18-24-6 Best Interview Times__________________ Contact SID 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 Facility Information Stadium_____________ John B. Walker Soccer Complex Capacity____________________________ 1,500 Dimensions_____________________76yds x 120yds Surface___________________________ Field Turf

2012 Texas Tech Schedule Day Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Saturday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday

Date Aug. 17 Aug. 19 Aug. 24 Aug. 26 Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct.31-Nov. 3 Nov. 14-16 Nov. 21-23 Nov. 28-30 Dec. 5-7

2012 Texas Tech Roster No. 12 31 26 29 9 7 23 30 28 4 00 17 21 10 15 5 16 18 6 8 19 27 25 11 14 24 22 1 0 3 20

Name Janine Beckie Alexis Braziel Ashley Casey Leah Christensen Hannah Devine Jessica Disabella Sarah Ellison Victoria Esson Haley Fowler Jessica Fuston Cassie Garcia Hayley Haagsma Bethany Hale Caity Heap Jaelene Hinkle Erin Inman Bridgett Jenkins Morgan Johnson Meghan Mitchell Alli Muphy Taylor Narvaiz Brady Prescott Katy Reamer Briana Rohmer Tiffini Smith Paige Strahan Dawn Ward Erin Wikelius Lauren Watson Conner Williams Mallory Yacullo

Opponent Idaho New Mexico!& Stephen F. Austin& Montana! Nevada ‘Ole Miss Auburn! Long Beach State! Cal. State Fullerton West Virginia*!& New Mexico State Oklahoma* Iowa State* Baylor*! Texas*! Francis Marion TCU* Kansas*! Oklahoma State*!& Big 12 Tournament NCAA First Round NCAA Second/Third Rounds NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA College Cup

Height 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-1 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-3 5-2 5-9 5-3 5-1 5-8 5-4 5-2 5-8 5-11 5-9 5-2 5-5

Position F GK F/MF D MF MF MF GK D F GK MF D MF/F D MF D D D MF F/MF D/F MF F/MF MF F/MF F GK GK MF MF

Year Fr. Sr. Fr. RS-Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. RS-Jr. Jr. RS-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. RS-Jr. Fr. RS-Jr. Jr.

Site 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 TBD TBD TBD San Diego, Calif.

Time (CT) 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Hometown/High School/Previous School Highlands Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian Southington, Conn./Southington/UAB Allen, Texas/Allen San Angelo, Texas/Central Austin, Texas Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo Christchurch, New Zealand Burnside High School/Auckland University Odessa, Texas/Permian Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Cerritos, Calif./Valley Christian Iowa Park, Texas/ Iowa Park McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd Denver, Colo./Valor Christian Austin, Texas/McNeil Keller, Texas/Keller Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Plano, Texas/Plano Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo Arlington, Texas/Martin Fort Worth, Texas/Fossil Ridge Fort Worth, Texas/Forth Worth Country Day Odessa, Texas/Permian Midland, Texas/Midland Austin, Texas/Westlake The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands Carrollton, Texas/Hebron Parker, Colo./Ponderosa TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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2012 OUTLOOK

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TEXAS TECH RETURNS CORE FOR 2012 SEASON A nother step forward. Yes, the Red Raiders did just that last year under the guidance of fifth-year head coach Tom Stone. Texas Tech ended another banner season in which they tied for the highest Big 12 finish in program history (4th), and qualified for their fifth-consecutive Big 12 Tournament. Now, loaded with a core of returners along with one of the top signing classes in school history, the Red Raiders are set to take another step forward in 2012. Texas Tech returns 18 players who saw action last season and accounted for 78 percent of the team’s minutes. The returning core includes All-Big 12 Second Team selection and unanimous All-Big 12 Newcomer Team selection Jaelene Hinkle along with All Big

12-Newcomer selection Victoria Esson in front of the net. Esson posted six shutouts in 2011 in front of the net in her first season with the squad. Offensively the Red Raiders return 70 percent of their scoring from the 2011 season. With that nucleous of talent ready to take the field again in 2012, Texas Tech will enter the 2012 season as one of the most experienced teams in the Big 12. The Red Raiders are coming off of an impressive showing during the 2012 spring season in which they went 4-0-1 and didn’t allow a single goal while earning wins over LSU, New Mexico and TCU. Tech is set to face New Mexico in an early season showdown at the John Walker Soccer Complex on Aug. 19 before traveling to face TCU, a new member of the Big 12 Conference, on Oct. 19. 2012 Schedule In keeping pace with the continued growth and national exposure of the Texas Tech soccer team during the Tom Stone Era, the Red Raiders have set out to compete in one of the most competitive schedules in program history. Texas Tech will host several marquee home matches, while also traveling to face some of the top teams in the nation – all while competing in the new-look Big 12 Conference. In all, Tech faces nine teams who advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2011, seven of those matches will be played on the road. Texas Tech will host a total of nine home matches at the John Walker Soccer Complex, including a season-finale showdown with 2011 Big 12 Champions Oklahoma State. The Red Raiders will host New Mexico on August 19 to wrap up a two-match homestand to open the 2012 season. The Lobos have won back-to-back Mountain West Championships. Tech then hits the road to participate in the TCU Invitational before returning home to face Nevada on Aug. 31.

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Perhaps the most challenge stretch follows as the Red Raiders hit the road for a five match road swing. The trip begins with back-to-back matches against SEC opponents. Tech faces ‘Ole Miss in Oxford on Sept. 2 before squaring off with Auburn on Sept. 8. Tech then heads west to face Long Beach State and Cal. State Fullerton on Sept. 14-16. Big 12 play will open on the road for Texas Tech in 2012 with a showdown against Big 12 newcomer West Virginia. The Mountaineers enter 2012 as the reigning back-to-back Big East Champions. After 19 days on the road, Tech will host New Mexico State on Sept. 23 before three consecutive home Big 12 matches against Oklahoma (Sept. 28), Iowa State (Sept. 30) and Baylor (Oct. 5) before hitting the road for a showdown with Texas in Austin on Oct. 12. Tech will face Francis Marion in its final non-conference home match of the season on Oct. 14 before its final road swing of the season in which the Red Raiders will travel to TCU (Oct. 19) and Kansas (Oct. 21). In their home finale, the Red Raiders will faceoff with reigning Big 12 Champion Oklahoma State at the John Walker Soccer Complex on Oct. 26 while hosting the NSCAA ‘College Game of the Week’ in front of a nationally televised audience on Fox Soccer Channel. Goalkeepers The Red Raiders return All-Big 12 Newcomer selection Victoria Esson in front of the net for the 2012 season. Esson, transfer from New Zealand, had nothing short of a stellar sophomore campaign for the Red Raiders posting seven shutouts, including an impressive three straight from Sept. 16-2, in 15 starts. Her seven shutouts ranks second in school history for a

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single season behind Stephanie Carter’s eight shutouts during the 1995 campaign. Esson earned Big 12 Player of the Week on four occasions during the 2011 season - including a stretch of three straight weeks. In doing so, she became the first Big 12 player in history to win the award four times in a single season. Esson ranked in the top-five of three Big 12 defensive categories following the 2011 season. Senior Alexis Braziel, redshirt junior Erin Wikelius along with sophomore Cassie Garcia return for the 2012 season to give the Red Raiders ample experience in front of the net. Freshman Lauren Watson will look to make an impact for the Red Raiders in 2012 as she was a first team All-State selection out of The Woodlands High School. Defense The Red Raiders had one of their best defenses in school history during the 2011 season, allowing just 18 goals while posting a school record 10 shutouts. The 18 goals tied for the fewest allowed in school history – matching the 1994 season in which Tech played a total of just 15 matches. On the backline, Tech returns the services of third-team All-American and unanimous All-Big 12 Newcomer selection Jaelene Hinkle along with sophomores Bridgett Jenkins and Taylor Narviaz . The three combined for 52 starts during the 2011 campaign and look to both have significant impacts during the 2012 season. Tech will welcome two defenders from its highly touted signing class including Meghan Mitchell at center-back and Bethany Hale at outside back.

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Midfield The Red Raiders return an experienced core in the midfield led by Jessica Disabella, Sarah Ellison and Haley Haagsma. Despite only starting in three matches last year, Disabella led the group in attacking with three goals and two assists in 2011 while Haagsma and Ellison each added one goal. Meanwhile Erin Innman also returns for the Red Raiders after appearing in all 20 contests during her freshman campaign in 2011. Tech will also look for production from their talented freshman class as Hannah Devine, Ashley Casey and Caity Heap will look to add production for the Red Raiders in 2012. Forwards The Red Raiders return their leading scorer from 2011 in Jessica Fuston , who enters her junior season ranked No. 4 in career game-winning goals at Texas Tech with seven and tied for fifth in career goals with 19. Fuston netted three game-winners during the 2011 which ranks eighth all-time for a single season. Senior Dawn Ward will also be a cornerstone to the Texas Tech offense. Ward enters the 2012 campaign tied for fifth alltime in career goals (19) and eighth all-time in career-points (43). Looking to add production for the Red Raiders will be freshman Janine Beckie. The 5-foot-8 Littleton, Colo., native and graduate of Valor High School was named the Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year for the 2011-12 season.

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2012 OPPONENTS

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IDAHO

OLE MISS

AUGUST 17

Soccer Contact: Spencer Farrin Email: spencerf@uidaho.edu Head Coach: Peter Showler Career Record: 40-89-8 Record at School: Same 2011 Record: 8-11-4, (3-3-1 WAC) NCAA Postseason: None

SEPT. 2

Letterwinners: (R/L) 19/7 Position Starters: (R/L) 9/2 Newcomers: 6 Conference: WAC Web: govandals.com

Soccer Contact: Kristen Saibini Letterwinners: (R/L): 13/7 Email: klsaibin@olemiss.edu Position Starters: (R/L) 6/5 Head Coach: Matthew Mott Newcomers: 12 Career Record: 15-19-5 (2nd Year) Conference: SEC Record at School: Same Web: olemisssports.com 2011 Record: 8-10-1 (4-7 SEC) NCAA Postseason: None

NEW MEXICO

AUBURN

AUGUST 19

SEPT. 8

Soccer Contact: Frank Mercogliano Email: fmercog@unm.edu Head Coach: Kit Vela Career Record: 93-81-38 Record at School: Same 2011 Record: 12-5-4, (4-0-2 MWC) NCAA Postseason: NCAA First Round

Letterwinners: (R/L) 14/6 Position Starters: (R/L) 7/4 Newcomers: 10 Conference: MWC Web: golobos.com

Soccer Contact: Daniel Froehlich Email: froehdp@auburn.edu Head Coach: Karen Hoppa Career Record: 215-144-32 (13thYear) Record at School: 151-100-23 2011 Record: 18-9-2 (5-5-1 SEC) NCAA Postseason: NCAA Second Round

Letterwinners: (R/L) 15/6 Position Starters: (R/L) 8/3 Newcomers: 10 Conference: SEC Web: auburntigers.com

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

LONG BEACH STATE

AUGUST 24

SEPT. 14

Soccer Contact: Kenny Bybee Letterwinners (R/L) 15/3 Email: bybeeka@sfasu.edu Position Starters (R/L) 10/2 Head Coach: Tony Amato Newcomers: 6 Career Record: 110-45-14 Conference: Southland Record at School: 28-8-3 Web: sfjacks.com 2011 Record: 15-3-1, (9-0-0 Southland) NCAA Postseason: None

MONTANA AUGUST 26

Soccer Contact: Joel Carlson Email: joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Head Coach: Mark Plakorus Career Record: 6-12-4 (2nd Year) Record at School: Same 2011 Record: 6-12-4, (3-3-1 Big Sky) NCAA Postseason: NCAA First Round

Letterwinners (R/L) 18/0 Position Starters (R/L) 12/0 Newcomers: 8 Conference: 3-3-1 Web: www.gogriz.com

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Letterwinners: 17/9 Position Starters: (R/L) 5/6 Newcomers: 10 Conference: Big West Web: govandals.com

CAL STATE FULLERTON SEPT. 16

NEVADA Soccer Contact: Nick Saccomanno Email: nsaccommanno@unr.edu Head Coach: Melissa Price Career Record: 10-25-3 Record at School: 10-25-3 2011 Record: 3-16, (1-6-0 WAC) NCAA Postseason: None

Soccer Contact: Cameron Fujimoto Email: cameron.fujimoto@csulb.edu Head Coach: Mauricio Ingrassia Career Record: 96-54-17 Record at School: Same 2011 Record:18-6-1 (6-2-0 Big West) NCAA Postseason: Elite Eight

Soccer Contact: Jason Spencer Email: jspencer@exchange.fullerton.edu Head Coach: Demian Brown Career Record: 40-48-11 Record at School: Same 2011 Record: 9-8-3 (3-4-1 Big West) NCAA Postseason: None

Letterwinners (R/L) 21/3 Position Starters (R/L) 10/1 Newcomers: 9 Conference: Big West Web: fullertontitans.com

WEST VIRGINIA SEPT 21

Letterwinners (R/L) 14/6 Position Starters (R/L) 7/4 Newcomers: 11 Conference: Mountain West Web: nevadawolfpack.com

Soccer Contact: Tim Goodenow Email: tim.goodenow@mail.wvu.edu Head Coach: Nikki Izzo-Brown Career Record: 237-92-32 Record at School: 224--87-32 2011 Record: 17-5-0 (10-1-0 Big East) NCAA Postseason: First Round

Letterwinners (R/L) 8/8 Position Starters (R/L) 7/4 Newcomers: 12 Conference: Big 12 Web: wvusports.com

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NEW MEXICO STATE

FRANCIS MARION

SEPT. 23

OCT. 14

Soccer Contact: Tiffany Franklin Email: tfrank@ad.nmsu.edu Head Coach: Blair Quinn Career Record: 10-8-3 (2nd Year) Record at School: Same 2011 Record: 10-8-3 (2-3-2 WAC) NCAA Postseason: None

Letterwinners: (R/L) 12/2 Position Starters: (R/L) 9/2 Newcomers: 5 Conference: WAC Web: nmstatesports.com

OKLAHOMA SEPT 28

Soccer Contact: Craig Moran Email: cmoran@ou.edu Head Coach: Matt Potter Career Record: 88-69-26 Record at School: 0-0 2011 Record: 7-13-0 NCAA Postseason: None

Soccer Contact: Michael Hawkins Letterwinners: (R/L): 10/9 Email: mhawkins@fmarion.edu Position Starters: (R/L:) 8/3 Head Coach: Frank Pitt Newcomers: 6 Career Record: First Season Conference: Independent Record at School: First Season Web: fmupatriots.com 2011 Record: 4-13-1 (Independent) NCAA Postseason: None

TCU OCT. 19

Letterwinners (R/L) 18/8 Position Starters (R/L) 9/2 Newcomers: 10 Conference: Big 12 Web: soonersports.com

IOWA STATE SEPT. 30

Soccer Contact: Eric Bentzinger Letterwinners (R/L) 22/7 Email: ericb@iastate.edu Position Starters (R/L) 9/2 Head Coach: Wendy Dillinger Newcomers: 4 Career Record: 115-65-17 Conference: Big 12 Record at School: 29-40-9 Web: cyclones.com 2011 Record: 9-9-1 NCAA Postseason: None

BAYLOR OCT. 5

Soccer Contact: Kyle Cornish Letterwinners (R/L) 19/7 Email: kyle_cornish@baylor.edu Position Starters (R/L) 8/3 Head Coach: Marci Jobson Newcomers: 9 Career Record: 62-54-22 Conference: Big 12 Record at School: 39-27-13 Web: baylorbears.com 2011 Record: 15-4-3 NCAA Postseason: Second Round

Soccer Contact: Brandie Davidson Letterwinners (R/L): 11/12 Email: b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Position Starters (R/L:) 6/4 Head Coach: Eric Bell Newcomers: 11 Career Record: 0-0-0 Conference: Big 12 Record at School: 0-0-0 Web: gofrogs.com 2011 Record: 7-11-1 NCAA Postseason: None

KANSAS OCT. 21

Soccer Contact: Christine Dieckmann Email: cdieck@ku.edu Head Coach: Mark Francis Career Record: 179-134-19 Record at School: 146-108-18 2011 Record: 14-10-2 (3-5-0 Big 12) NCAA Postseason: First Round

Letterwinners (R/L): 17/5 Position Starters (R/L:) 10/1 Newcomers: 6 Conference: Big 2 Web: kuathletics.com

OKLAHOMA STATE OCT. 26

Soccer Contact: Wade McWhorter Letterwinners (R/L) 20/5 Email: wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu Position Starters (R/L) 6/7 Head Coach: Colin Carmichael Newcomers: 10 Career Record: 116-29-19 Conference: Big 12 Record at School: Same Web: okstate.com 2011 Record: 22-2-2 (6-0-2 Big 12) NCAA Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight

TEXAS OCT. 12

Soccer Contact: Sarah Fetters Letterwinners (R/L) 12/11 Email: sarah.fetters@athletics.utexas.edu Position Starters (R/L) 4/7 Head Coach: Angela Kelly Newcomers: 11 Career Record: 160-84-20 Conference: Big 12 Record at School: 0-0-0 Web: texassports.com 2011 Record: 11-9-1 NCAA Postseason: First Round

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THIS IS OUR TEAM

INSIDE

Rosters_ ____________________________ 26 Head Coach Tom Stone_ ____________________ 28 Assistant Coaches/Staff_ ___________________ 29 Returners ____________________________ 30 Newcomers _ __________________________ 50

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 00 0 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Name Cassie Garcia Lauren Watson Erin Wikelius Conner Williams Jessica Fuston Erin Inman Meghan Mitchell Jessica Disabella Alli Muphy Hannah Devine Caity Heap Briana Rohmer Janine Beckie Tiffini Smith Jaelene Hinkle Bridgett Jenkins Hayley Haagsma Morgan Johnson Taylor Narvaiz Mallory Yacullo Bethany Hale Dawn Ward Sarah Ellison Paige Strahan Katy Reamer Ashley Casey Brady Prescott Haley Fowler Leah Christensen Victoria Esson Alexis Braziel

Ht. 5-5 5-9 6-0 5-2 5-9 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-2.5 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-1 5-2 5-1 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-6

Pos. Goalkeeper GK GK MF F MF D MF M MF MF/F F/MF F MF D D MF D F/MF MF D F MF F/MF M F/MF D/F D D GK GK

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Pronunciations Alexis BRAZIEL ________________________________________ bruh-ZEEL Hannah DEVINE_________________________________________duh-VINE Victoria ESSON__________________________________________ ESS-unn Jessica FUSTON________________________________________ FOO-stuhn Haley HAAGSMA_______________________________________ HAG-smuh Jaelene HINKLE_________________________________________ HEEN-kle Taylor NARVAIZ________________________________________ NAR-VI-ez Briana RHOMER_________________________________________ ROH-mer Paige STRAHAN________________________________________ STRAY-han Erin WIKELIUS______________________________________ wa-KEE-LEE-us Mallory YACULLO_____________________________________ YAH-coo-LOW

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Year RS-Fr. Fr. RS-Jr. RS-Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. RS-Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. RS-Jr. RS-Jr. Jr. Sr.

Hometown/High School/Previous School San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands Austin, Texas/Westlake Carrollton, Texas/Hebron Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Austin, Texas/McNeil Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Plano, Texas/Plano Austin, Texas McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd Fort Worth, Texas/Fossil Ridge Highlands Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian Fort Worth, Texas/Forth Worth Country Day Denver, Colo./Valor Christian Keller, Texas/Keller Cerritos, Calif./Valley Christian Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Parker, Colo./Ponderosa Iowa Park, Texas/ Iowa Park Midland, Texas/Midland Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo Odessa, Texas/Permian Arlington, Texas/Martin Allen, Texas/Allen Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo Odessa, Texas/Permian San Angelo, Texas/Central Christchurch, New Zealand/Burnside High School/Auckland University Southington, Conn./Southington/UAB

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 12 31 26 29 9 7 23 30 28 4 00 17 21 10 15 5 16 18 6 8 19 27 25 11 14 24 22 0 1 3 20

Name Janine Beckie Alexis Braziel Ashley Casey Leah Christensen Hannah Devine Jessica Disabella Sarah Ellison Victoria Esson Haley Fowler Jessica Fuston Cassie Garcia Hayley Haagsma Bethany Hale Caity Heap Jaelene Hinkle Erin Inman Bridgett Jenkins Morgan Johnson Meghan Mitchell Alli Muphy Taylor Narvaiz Brady Prescott Katy Reamer Briana Rohmer Tiffini Smith Paige Strahan Dawn Ward Lauren Watson Erin Wikelius Conner Williams Mallory Yacullo

Ht. 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-1 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-3 5-2.5 5-9 5-3 5-1 5-8 5-4 5-2 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-2 5-5

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

Year Fr. Sr. Fr. RS-Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. RS-Jr. Jr. RS-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. RS-Jr. RS-Jr. Jr.

Hometown/High School/Previous School Highlands Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian Southington, Conn./Southington Allen, Texas/Allen San Angelo, Texas/Central Austin, Texas Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo Christchurch, New Zealand/ Burnside High School/Auckland University Odessa, Texas/Permian Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Cerritos, Calif./Valley Christian Iowa Park, Texas/ Iowa Park McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd Denver, Colo./Valor Christian Austin, Texas/McNeil Keller, Texas/Keller Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Plano, Texas/Plano Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo Arlington, Texas/Martin Fort Worth, Texas/Fossil Ridge Fort Worth, Texas/Forth Worth Country Day Odessa, Texas/Permian Midland, Texas/Midland The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands Austin, Texas/Westlake Carrollton, Texas/Hebron Parker, Colo./Ponderosa

ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Class Seniors ___________________________________________________ 5 Juniors___________________________________________________ 9 Sophomores________________________________________________ 5 Freshmen________________________________________________ 12 Total___________________________________________________ 31

By State Texas___________________________________________________ 24 New Mexico________________________________________________ 1 Colorado__________________________________________________ 3 California__________________________________________________ 1 Connecticut________________________________________________ 1 International________________________________________________ 1

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Tom Stone

THE TOM STONE ERA

Duke ‘87

Sixth Season

Head Coach

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 foudation 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 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. Two Red Raiders, senior Taylor Lytle and freshman Jaelene Hinkle, were selected to the NSCAA All-Region team following the 2011 season. Both were All-Big 12 members, joining teammate Victoria Esson. Hinkle received a unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 Newcomer team. Stone has amassed a 44-42-10 record in five seasons at Texas Tech for a .458 winning percentage, the best of any coach in program history.

HEAD COACH TOM STONE

INSIDE THE TOM STONE ERA

1,332 14 Tech averaged 1,332 fans per contest in 2011 to rank No. 13 nationally in attendance.

Single-game attendance has increased by

280 PERCENT during the Tom Stone Era

TECH DEFENSE

TECH OFFENSE

The Red Raiders recorded 10 SHUTOUTS during the 2011 season - which tied for the most in program history.

Tech scored FIVE GOALS twice in a single match last year, shutting out Ariz. State and Northern Ariz. each by a score of 5-0.

Texas Tech’s smothering defense posted 7 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS during the 2011 season - a program record.

Tom Stone has produced 14 All-Big 12 selections during his five-year tenure

Between Sept. 11 and Oct. 2 last season, the Red Raiders outscored a total of seven opponents by a margin of 16-0.

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Aaron Gordon North Texas ‘97

Sixth Season

Associate Head Coach

Aaron Gordon was named Associate Head Coach on Feb. 15, 2012 after five seasons as an assistant at Texas Tech. Established as one of the top coaches in the nation, Gordon is in his sixth season with the Texas Tech soccer program. Gordon oversees all facets of the program including recruiting, scouting and team training and video match analysis. During his six year tenure as a member of head coach Tom Stone’s staff, Gordon has played a pivotal role transforming Texas Tech into a regular contender in the Big 12 Conference. Prior to his stint at FC Dallas, Gordon was the assistant coach of the Atlanta Beat of the WUSA where he worked alongside current Red Raider head coach Tom Stone. As the Beat’s top assistant, Gordon’s contributions were key during Atlanta’s three-year run in the WUSA. Daily training, head of scouting, and video analysis were just some of the duties Gordon performed for the Beat. Before arriving in Atlanta, Gordon was the director of coaching for Dallas Inter Soccer Club, where he oversaw a program that won many state and regional championships. In addition to his duties at Dallas Inter, Gordon was the head coach of the Women’s Texas Lightning team of the W-League. With the Lightning, Gordon led his team to back-to-back United States Amateur Championships. Gordon grew up in Dallas, graduating from Lake Highlands High School. After high school, Gordon went on to Hardin Simmons University and then transferred to University of South Carolina in Spartanburg. In 1997, Gordon received his B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas. After college, Gordon played professionally in the USL, where he led the indoor league in goals in 1996. Gordon holds a USSF “A” License and a USSF Goalkeeper Diploma. Gordon currently serves as the head coach for the 93 Region 3 ODP regional team. Gordon is married to fellow Red Raider assistant coach Ashley Gordon. The couple has two daughters, Addison (11) and Avery (7).

Ashley Gordon Sixth Season

Southern Methodist ‘94

Assistant Coach

Ashley Gordon enters her sixth season as an assistant coach at Texas Tech. At Tech, Gordon is primarily responsible for the development of the Red Raiders’ midfielders and forwards, while also assisting in the recruiting and operations aspects of the program. During her tenure as as member of head coach Tom Stone’s staff, Gordon has played a pivotal role in transforming Texas Tech into a regular contender within the Big 12 Conference. In addition to her Texas Tech responsibilities, Gordon serves as a current USYSA Region III Staff Coach and NTSSA West Texas Olympic Development coach. Gordon arrived at Tech in 2007 alongside her husband, Aaron Gordon, after leading Richland College to the NJCAA Division III National Championship the previous season. The title win earned Gordon National NJCAA Coach of the Tournament and NSCAA Coach of the Year honors. While also at Richland, Gordon served as a staff coach for FC Dallas from 2003 to 2007 where Aaron Gordon was the Director of Coaching. FC Dallas is the second-largest youth club program in North Texas. Prior to FC Dallas, Gordon was the girls’ technical director for the Cobb Futbol Club in Atlanta from 2001 to 2003, where her responsibilities included director of the Girls Academy Development Program. From 1998 to 2001, she was a staff coach for the Dallas Inter Soccer Club once again under then director of coaching Aaron Gordon, where both helped lead the squad to numerous state and regional championships. Gordon has also served as a coach for both the Region III Olympic Development and NTSSA State teams. Gordon currently holds a USSF “A” license. As a player, Gordon helped lead Duncanville High School to the 1990 Texas State Championship, which earned her all-state honors and a scholarship to Southern Methodist University. While with the Mustangs, Gordon was a four-year starter on a team that qualified for the NCAA Tournament three times, with three appearances in the Round of 16. Gordon earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in psychology and a minor in history from SMU in 1994. Following her career at SMU, Gordon played semi-pro for the Dallas Lightning of the W-League from 1995 to 1998 and then the Texas Heat in 1999. Gordon has also played for the 1990 U.S. National Pool Team, 1993 Olympic Festival team and the Olympic regional team from 1988 to 1996. Aaron and Ashley Gordon reside in Lubbock with their two daughters, Addison (11) and Avery (7).

Gibbs Keeton Texas Tech ‘06

Fourth Season

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Texas Tech alum Gibbs Keeton enters his fourth season as the volunteer assistant coach for the women’s soccer team, where he will assist in all aspects of the program. Keeton, an El Paso, Texas, native, was previously the team’s official scorer and worked as an observer for most of the 2008 season. In his spare time, Keeton coaches on the local level as he is currently the Lubbock Arsenal Director of Coaching and the 98 Boys head coach, and also coaches in the regional Olympic Developmental Program. In addition, Keeton has coached numerous collegiate camps at Texas A&M, Colorado and the College Prep Camp with head coach Tom Stone. Keeton holds a USSF “C’ License. Off the soccer field, Keeton teaches in the exercise and sports science department, where he obtained his masters degree. Keeton also earned his undergrad at Tech.Prior to enrolling at Tech, Keeton spent a year playing soccer collegiately for Grand Canyon University and also for the Arizona Sahuaros of the Professional Developmental League.

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Alexis Braziel Southington, Conn./Southington/UAB

Sr.

Goalkeeper

CAREER HIGHS

Saves __________________ 3 vs. Southern Miss (2009)* Goals Allowed_______________ 5, vs. Vanderbilt (2010)* Shutouts (Season)______________________ 2, (2010)*

*Stats from career at UAB

2011 Played in one match‌.recorded 45 minutes against Toledo (9/11) and helped the Red Raiders to a 3-0 shutout win. UAB Played two years at the University of Alabama at Birmingham ... appeared in goal in four matches as a freshman ... allowed one goal and had five saves in 80:22 minutes ... earned first collegiate win against Southern Miss ... as a sophomore, she made her first career start in goal against Vanderbilt and had shutouts against Mississippi State and Southern Miss as she played in seven games with two starts and collected eight saves in 321 minutes of play. FSA Soccer Plus Played for FSA SoccerPlus where she trained under former U.S. National Team coach and current Women’s Pro Soccer Head Coach, Tony DiCicco ... was coached by Todd Sadler ... member of Region 1 ODP ... team reached National Cup Region A finals in 2007. Southington High School Graduated from Southington High School ... was a three-time varsity letterwinner ... was captain senior year ... named all-conference in 2007 and 2008 ... helped Southington to a conference championship in 2007 ... also lettered in track and field and lacrosse.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009* 2010* 2011 TOTAL

GP 3 6 1 1

Min. 80:22 310:53 45:00 45:00

GA 1 7 0 0

GAAvg 1.12 2.03 0.00 0.00

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Saves 5 8 0 0

Save% .833 .533 .000 .000

W 1 0 0 0

L 0 2 0 0

T 0 0 0 0

Sho 0.0 0.0 0 0

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Leah Christensen San Angelo, Texas/Central

RS-Jr.

Defender

CAREER HIGHS Minutes (Game)_________________ 34, 2011 (vs. Rice) Goals _______________________________ None Assists _______________________________ None Points _______________________________ None Shots _______________________________ None Shots on Goal___________________________ None

2011 Played in four matches on the season for a total of 80 minutes as a defender…recorded a career-high 34 minutes in a 1-0 season-opening shutout win over Rice. 2010 Played in four matches ... played 13 minutes ... saw first collegiate action at Northwestern State ... also got playing time at No. 12 Oklahoma State, at Texas and at No. 10 Texas A&M. 2009 Redshirted after a knee injury suffered during senior year of high school San Angelo Central High School Played for the San Angelo Valkyries and the Dallas D’Feeters ... named to the 2008 West Texas ODP Team ... club coach: Steve Woodward.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 4 4 8

Min. 13 80 93

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shot 0 0 0

Shot% .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

31

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

7

Jessica Disabella Flower Mound, Texas /Flower Mound

Jr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals _________________________________ 1 (5x) Assists ________________________2, vs. Missouri (2010) Points _______________________3, vs. Oklahoma (2011) Shots _____________________ 7, vs. Oral Roberts (2010) Shots on Goal_____________________________ 3 (2x) Game Winning Goals (Season)_____________ 2 (2010 & 2011) 2011 Played in 19 matches with three starts for a total of 1,086 minutes….ranked second in the Big 12 with a career-high two game winning goals…scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 shutout of St. Mary’s (8/28)…scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 shutout win at Oklahoma (10/2)…tied for fifth in the Big 12 with three goals on the season…totaled eight points on the season…registered a season-high three points at Oklahoma (10/2)…scored an unassisted goal in the 39th minute in a 3-2 win against Texas (10/16)...named first team Academic All-Big 12. 2010 Played in 18 matches with 15 starts ... missed Baylor game due to injury ... named to the alltournament team at the Red Raider Classic ... named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week Sept. 13 ... played 1128 minutes ... has 10 points, two goals, six assists, 40 shots, 21 shots-on-goal and a .525 shots-on-goal percentage ... has two game-winning goals ... recorded her first career assist vs. TCU on the first goal of the season ... had three shots vs. TCU ... had an assist at Northwestern State ... had three shots at No. 3 Notre Dame ... scored first career goal vs. North Texas ... had third assist vs. Oral Roberts ... had career-high seven shots vs. ORU ... had five shots at Alabama, including both of Tech’s shots-on-goal ... had game-winning goal at Oklahoma in Big 12 opener ... collected fourth assist of the year vs. Colorado ... got two assists vs. Missouri ... missed Baylor game and game vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State in quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship due to injury. Polaris Soccer Club Member of the Polaris Soccer Club since 2004 ... played with fellow Red Raiders Anna Lavis, Becca Rowland and Tiffini Smith ... participated in both the Lake Highlands Classic League and USYS Region III Premier League West ... team was a North Texas State Cup finalist in 2009 ... Region III semifinalist in 2008 ... semifinalist for the North Texas State Cup in 2008 ... Spring Classic at Dallas Cup Champion in 2008 ... claimed the Disney Soccer Showcase crown in the “showcase” flight in 2008 ... team won the “predator” flight the year before ... was a Premier League Semifinalist in Fall of 2007 ... WAGS “Cup” flight finalist in 2007 ... prior to joining Polaris, was a member of the D’feeters club squad ... club won the Puma Cup Championship in 2006 ... was a finalist the year before ... also heavily involved with the Olympic Development program ... ODP National Champions in 2008 ... Region III ODP Champions in 2008 also ... attended the Region III development camp in 2007 and 2008 ... been a member of the North Texas ‘91 state team since 2007. Flower Mound High School Four-year starter for Flower Mound High School ... named the team captain as a senior ... a first team All-District selection in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... was the team’s offensive player of the year after both her sophomore and junior seasons ... named team’s MVP as a senior.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 18 19 37

Min. 1128 1086 2214

G 2 3 5

A 6 2 8

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Pts 10 8 18

Shot 40 24 64

32

Shot% .050 .125 .078

SOG 21 7 28

SOG% .525 .292 .438

GW 2 2 4

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

23

Sarah Ellison Alamogordo, N.M/Alamogordo

Sr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS Goals ________________________________ 1 (8x) Assists ________________ 2, at Northwestern State (2010) Points ________________4, vs. Northwestern State (2010) Shots ____________________ 6, vs. Oral Roberts (2010) Shots on Goal____________________ 3, vs. UTSA (2009) Game Winning Goals (Season)________________ 1, (2010)

2011 Played in 15 matches with four starts for a total of 613 minutes…scored a goal in a 3-0 win over Toledo (9/11)…recorded a season-high 70 minutes against Hofsta (9/9)…recorded back-to-back starts against Toledo (9/11) and Arizona State (9/16)...named first team Academic All-Big 12. 2010 Played in all 20 matches with 11 starts ... named Academic All-Big 12 first team ... named to the all-tournament team at the Red Raider Classic ... played 1270 minutes ... played all 90 minutes in four matches ... has 10 points, three goals, four assists, 29 shots, 15 shots-on-goal and a .536 shots-on-goal percentage ... scored her first goal of the season vs. Texas State ... had four points at Northwestern State with one goal and two assists ... had three shots at Northwestern State ... scored third goal of season, her first game-winning goal of her career vs. Oral Roberts and attempted a career-high six shots ... picked up an assist against Iowa State and Missouri. 2009 Became one of Tech’s top scoring threats coming primarily off the bench ... saw action in 18 matches, while making five starts ... posted four goals and an assist ... her four goals were tied for third on the team ... opened the season with first career goal against UTSA ... attempted a career-high five shots against the Roadrunners ... added her first career assist a match later against Utah State ... netted goals in back-to-back matches played against TCU and Vanderbilt ... made first career start against Weber State and was in the starting lineup the next three matches ... posted final goal in Tech’s 3-1 victory over Oklahoma ... nearly added the game-winner in the second overtime against Texas A&M but her shot attempt went wide right ... made one start in Big 12 play against Oklahoma State ... played all 90 minutes against the Cowgirls, a season high ... had eight of 14 shot attempts go on goal for a .571 shot-on-goal percentage. Alamogordo High School Played at Alamogordo High School ... holds the single season record for goals with 33 ... owns the career record for goals at 100 ... named to the All-State first team midfielder in 2007 and 2008 ... garnered the District Player of the Year honors in 2007 and 2008 ... leading scorer in the state of New Mexico for 5A in 2007 ... named a finalist for the 2007 New Mexico Gatorade Soccer Player of the Year ... 2006 All-State honorable mention ... 2006 All-District second team ... 2005 All-District honorable mention ... also was a member of the varsity cross country, basketball, and track teams ... 2008 state bronze medalist in the 800M run ... 2007 state silver medalist in the 1600M run ... three-time district champion in the mile and two mile runs ... two-time district champion in the 800M run ... District 3-5A first team her senior season in basketball ... ranked fifth in her graduating class out of 414 ... involved in the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... high school coaches: Robert Carter and Bill Hays.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 18 20 15 53

Min. 877 1270 613 2760

G 4 3 1 8

A 1 4 0 5

Pts 9 10 2 21

Shot 14 29 13 56

Shot% .286 .103 .077 .143

SOG 8 15 3 26

SOG% .571 .517 .231 .464

GW 0 1 0 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

33

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

30

Victoria Esson Christchurch, New Zealand/Auckland

Jr.

Goalkeeper

CAREER HIGHS

Saves_______________________________ 57 (2011) Shutouts ______________________________7 (2011) Goals Allowed____________________________ 3 (2x)

2011 Played in and started 17 matches…burst onto the scene as one of the top goalies in the nation…first player in Big 12 History to win defensive player of the week four times in a single season…second in school history in single season shutouts with seven…second in school history with three consecutive shutouts (9/16 vs. Arizona State, 9/18 vs. Arizona & 9/23 vs. Missouri)…jumped to No. 5 in career shutouts (7) after just one season…recorded 57 saves on the season…third in the Big 12 with three shutouts during conference play…fourth in the Big 12 in Goals Against Avg. (1.10). New Zealand U-17 National Team Played on the New Zealand U17 National Team and the U20 National Team ... played in the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand in 2008 and on the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Chile in 2008 ... in 2010 played in goal for the Junior Football Ferns during the OFC U20 Women’s Championship as New Zealand qualified for Germany ... was part of final squad for the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Germany. Auckland University Attended Auckland University before transferring to Texas Tech ... received the Blue Sports Award for representing New Zealand while attending Auckland Burnside High School Graduated from Burnside High School in Christchurch, New Zealand ... received the New Zealand Representative Honor Roll.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP 2011 17 Total 17

Min. GA 1601:35 15 1601:35 15

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

GAAvg 0.84 0.84

34

Saves 57 57

Save% .792 .792

W L T 8 6 2 8 6 2

Sho 7 7

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

28

Haley Fowler Odessa, Texas/Permian

RS-Jr.

Defender

CAREER HIGHS Goals ______________________ 1, vs. Texas (2009) Assists ______________________________ None Points ______________________ 2, vs. Texas (2009) Shots ___________________2, vs. Texas State (2010) Shots on Goal__________________________1 (2x) Game Winning Goals (Season)________________ None

2011 Played in five matches and logged 126 minutes primarily as a defender...received a medical redshirt to rehab her knee. 2010 Played in all 20 matches with 16 starts ... named Academic All-Big 12 first team ... named Defensive MVP of the Red Raider Classic ... played 1587 minutes ... has six shots, one shot-on-goal and a .167 shots-on-goal percentage ... recorded season-high two shots vs. Texas State ... played all 90 minutes at No. 3 Notre Dame ... played all 90 minutes in seven games. 2009 Became a regular in the Tech lineup at the start of Big 12 play ... appeared in 16 matches, while making 11 starts ... started in each of Tech’s final 11 matches, all in Big 12 play ... totaled the second-most minutes on the team during Big 12 play ... played every minute in seven matches ... netted her first career goal against Texas ... headed in a Conner Williams corner kick early in the second half to give Tech a 2-0 lead at the time ... the goal was her lone shot attempt on the season. Dallas Texans Soccer Club Began playing for the West Texas Heat soccer club from 2004 to 2006 ... made the move to the Dallas Texans soccer club soon after ... made the drive from Odessa to Dallas often to play at highest club level ... was on the North Texas State Pool from 2004 to 2006 ... in ODP: was on the NTSSA state team from 2004 to 2006 ... club coach: Scott Foster. Odessa Permian High School A four-year varsity letterman at Odessa Permian ... was the team captain her final three seasons ... as a freshman: District 3-5A Newcomer of the Year ... named first team all-district her sophomore through senior seasons ... also led team to the playoffs in all of those years ... was the Local Wendy’s Heisman Winner ... named the Odessa City Chamber of Commerce Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... graduated third overall out of 600 students ... was a member of National Honor Society, Student Senate, and National Honor Roll in high school ... high school coach: Chad Peterson.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 16 20 5 41

Min. 1141 1587 126 2854

G 1 0 0 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 0 2

Shot 1 6 0 7

Shot% 1.000 .000 .000 .143

SOG 1 1 0 2

SOG% 1.000 .167 .000 .286

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

35

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

4

Jessica Fuston Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge

Jr.

Forward

CAREER HIGHS

Goals ____________________________________3 (2x) Assists ____________________________________1 (2x) Points ____________________________________6 (2x) Shots ____________________________________6 (3x) Shots on Goal_________________________ 5, vs. Rice (2010) Game Winning Goals (Season)____________________4, (2010)

2011 Played in and started all 20 matches…preseason All-Big 12 selection…Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (9/27)... led the team in four statistical categories…ranked in the top-10 in five statistical categories amongst the Big 12… tied for fifth in the Big 12 with three game-winning goals…tied for second in the Big 12 with two game-winning goals during conference play…led the Red Raiders with 16 points including a career-high six in a 5-0 shutout win over Northern Arizona in which she scored three goals to tie her own school record…led the Red Raiders in goals with eight...led the team with 27 shots on goal (.450 SOG%)...scored the game winning goal in double overtime to beat Texas 3-2 (10/16)…scored the game-winning goal against Missouri (9/24) to open Big 12 play with a 1-0 shutout of the Tigers…scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win at TCU (10/9). 2010 Played in all 20 matches with 18 starts ... named Big 12 Rookie of the Year, All-Big 12 second team and selected to the Big 12 All-Newcomer team ... named to TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week Aug. 23 ... named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week three times ... played 1414 minutes ... had 24 points, 11 goals, two assists, 53 shots and 32 shots-on-goal with a .604 shots-on-goal percentage ... has four game-winning goals ... scored two goals in her collegiate debut vs. TCU as she had two goals on two shots ... her first goal was the first goal of the season ... had a career-high six shots vs. Texas State ... scored two goals at Rice and tied career-high six shots, five on-goal ... had first career assist at Oklahoma ... netted two goals and had an assist vs. Nebraska ... scored her seventh goal of the season vs. Kansas, her third gamewinning goal of the year ... scored her first hat trick of her career as she scored all three goals against Iowa State, the game winner was her fourth game-winning goal of the year ... netted 11th goal of the season vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State in quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship. Austin Lonestar Club Member of the Austin Lonestar soccer club ... was a teammate of current Red Raider goalkeeper Erin Wikelius and in 2010 won the U19 US Youth Soccer National Championship with Tech teammates Haley Fowler, Morgan Johnson, Wikelius and Conner Williams ... team advanced to the regional round in 2006, 2008 and 2009 ... got all the way to the regional semifinals in 2009 ... 2008 Premier League West Champions ... South Texas State Champions in Fall 2002 and Spring 2008 ... was the state runner-up in Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003 and Spring 2005 ... a region III ODP holdover selection in 2007 ... attended the regional camp in July 2009. Vista Ridge High School Played at Vista Ridge High School in Cedar Park, Texas ... considered one of the top forwards in the state ... an All-State recipient in 2006-2007 ... was also an Academic All-District selection in both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 20 40

Min. 1414 143 0 2844

G A 11 2 8 0 19 2

Pts 24 16 40

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot 53 60 113

36

Shot% .208 .133 .168

SOG 32 27 59

SOG% .604 .450 .522

GW 4 3 7

PK-Att 1-1 1-1 2-2

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

00

Cassie Garcia San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur

RS-Fr.

Goalkeeper

CAREER HIGHS Saves______________________________ None Shutouts ___________________________ None Goals Allowed_________________________ None

2011 Practice team member...did not log mintues. MacArthur High School Lettered under head coach Eric Stoldandske...earned second team All-District honors in 2011 during her senior season....strong student in the classroom...named Academic All-State and Academic All-District... graduated in the top-10 percent.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP 2011 0 Total 0

Min. 0 0

GA 0 0

GAAvg 0.00 0.00

Saves 0 0

Save% .000 .000

W L T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sho 0 0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

37

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

17

Hayley Haagsma Cerritos, Calif./Valley Christian

Jr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals _____________________1, vs. St. Mary’s (2011) Assists ______________________________ None Points _____________________2, vs. St. Mary’s (2011) Shots _______________________________ 5 (2x) Shots on Goal________________ 2, vs. ‘Ole Miss (2010) Game Winning Goals (Season)________________ None

2011 Started all 20 matches…recorded first career goal in a 2-0 win over St. Mary’s (8/28)…recorded a career-high 101 minutes in a 0-0 draw against Baylor (9/30)…took a season-high four shots in a 0-0 draw at Arizona (9/18). 2010 Played in eight matches with seven starts before suffering season-ending knee injury ... named to the all-tournament team at the Inn at Saint Mary’s Classic ... played 588 minutes ... has 18 shots, five shots-on-goal and a .278 shots-on-goal percentage ... had a career-high five shots vs. TCU as she played all 90 minutes ... played all 90 minutes at No. 3 Notre Dame and tied career-high five shots ... played all 90 minutes vs. North Texas. Laguna Hills Eclipse Soccer Club Played for one of the top club teams in the nation in Laguna Hills Eclipse ... was a teammate with current Red Raider Gabby Kaufman ... team was 2010 U18 Youth Soccer National Champions after being the Region IV champions and California State champions ... received the Golden Ball as the Most Valuable Player at the 2010 Youth Soccer National Championships ... in 2009 team won the U19 Coast League Premier Championship ... was also a Blue Cup finalist that year ... finalist for the North vs. South Premier Championship ... semifinalists for San Diego Surf College Cup, Pleasanton Rage College Showcase, and Eclipse College Showcase ... team advanced to the quarterfinal round of U17 National Cup Championship ... team finished fifth in the CSL Premier League in both 2008 and 2007. Valley Christian High School Four-year letter-winner at Valley Christian High School in Cerritos, Calif. ... was a scholar athlete all four years ... named the team’s MVP following junior season ... first team All-Olympic League selection in 2009 ... also named the Olympic League MVP that season ... first team All-California Scholastic Federation pick in 2009 ... team was a finalist for the CIF Championship that season ... second team All-CIF pick in 2007.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 8 20 28

Min. 588 1473 2061

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 2 2

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot 18 17 35

38

Shot% .000 .059 . 029

SOG 5 5 10

SOG% .278 . 294 .286

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

RETURNERS

15

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

Jaelene Hinkle Denver, Colo./Valor Christian

So.

Defender

CAREER HIGHS Goals __________________________ 1, vs. Hofstra (2011) Assists __________________________________1 (4x) Points __________________________ 2, vs. Hofstra (2011) Shots ___________________________________3 (3x) Shots on Goal______________________________2 (3x) Game Winning Goals (Season)____________________ None

2011 Played in 20 matches with 19 starts during her freshman campaign…third team NSCAA All-Region selection…unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 Newcomer Team…All Big 12 second team selection...led the Red Raiders with four assists… scored first career goal against Hofstra (9/9)…recorded first career assist against Arizona State (9/16)…recorded three shots and one assist in Big 12 opener against Missouri… registered over 100 minutes in three separate contests. Real Colorado Member of Real Colorado for four years ... team captain 2010-11 season... team was state champions in 2007. ODP Member of the ODP team that went to regionals in 2006. National Team 2010 member of U17 National Team Player Pool, Team USA U17 WC Qualifying, and U17 National Team matches - Dallas Cup vs. Brazil ... invited to 2011 U20 National Team Camp. Valor Christian High School Graduated from Valor Christian High School ... 2010 Parade All-American ... ... Pioneer League Top Scorer in 2010 ... Pioneer League Player of the Year in 2009 ... first team all-conference in 2009 and 2010 ... first team all-state and AllColorado team in 2009 and 2010 by Denver Post ... named Defensive Player of the Year of her basketball team in 2008.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP Min. 2011 20 1710 TOTAL 20 1710

G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 4 6 20 .050 8 .400 0 0-0 1 4 6 20 .050 8 . 400 0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

39

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

5

Erin Inman Austin, Texas/McNeil

So.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals ____________________________________ None Assists __________________________ 1, vs. Toledo (2011) Points ___________________________ 1, vs. Toledo (2011) Shots ____________________________________2 (2x) Shots on Goal_______________________________1 (2x) Game Winning Goals (Season)_____________________ None

2011 Played in all 20 matches during her freshman season with one start against New Mexico State (8/21)…registered first career assist in a 3-0 shutout win over Toledo (9/11)…recorded seven shots with two shots on goal…recorded a season-high 67 minutes in a 5-0 shutout victory over Northern Arizona…twice recorded two shots. Lonestar Soccer Club Team captain since 2009 ... team is currently ranked fourth in the nation ... team is ranked fourth in the Elite Club National League and third in the STYSA Premier League West during 2010-11 season ... 2010 South Texas State Champions and 2010 Regional semi-finalists ... 2008 South Texas State Champions and Region III Champions ... team placed third in USYS National Championship series in 2008. ODP U18 National Camp in Carson, Calif., in 2010 ... member of the 2009 Region III team ... attended the 2010 Portugal Algarve Cup Invitational ... participated in the 2009 Thanksgiving Regional ODP team even in Florida ... member of ODP State Team from 2006-10 ... ranked in the top 20 (No. 12) in the state of Texas by Top Drawer Soccer. McNiel HIgh School Graduated from McNeil High School ... team was 2009/2010 District Champions and regional quarterfinalist with a record of 23-1-2 ... named 2009 and 2010 first team all-district ... awarded 2009/2010 all-district Academic Team ... given Academic Achievement Award in 2008 for a 4.0.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP Min. 2011 20 1444 TOTAL 20 1444

G A Pts 0 1 1 0 1 1

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW 7 .000 2 .286 0 7 .000 2 .286 0

40

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

RETURNERS

16

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

Bridgett Jenkins Keller, Texas/Keller

So.

Defender

CAREER HIGHS Minutes_______________________________ 110 (2x), 2011 Goals ______________________________________ None Assists _____________________________________ None Points ______________________________________ None Shots ______________________________________ None Game Winning Goals (Season)_______________________ None

2011 Played in 19 matches with 18 starts as a defender…established herself as one of the most consistent Red Raider defenders…twice registered a career-high 110 minutes…registered over 100 minutes on three occasions. Dallas Sting Blue Defender for Dallas Sting Blue `93 of Lake Highlands Division I. Southington High School Graduated from Keller High School ... named team captain ... member of 2010 5-5A Bi-District Champions, 5-5A Area Champions and was named All-District 5-5A Defender ... named team Defensive MVP and Fort Worth Star-Telegram Player of the Week ... member of the track team ... holds the school 400 meter record ... 2008 5-5A Regional Finalist 400 meter and regional qualifier 4x200m relay and 4x400m relay ... 2009 5-5A regional qualifier 4x200 relay and 4x400 relay.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP Min. 2011 19 1668 TOTAL 19 1668

G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

41

RETURNERS

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

18

Morgan Johnson Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview

Sr.

CAREER HIGHS

Defender

Goals ____________________________________ None Assists ____________________________________ 1 (2x) Points ____________________________________ 1 (2x) Shots __________________________ 3, vs St. Mary’s (2011) Shots on Goal_________________________2, at Baylor 2010) Game Winning Goals (Season)______________________ None

2011 Played in 17 matches with three starts primarily as a defender…notched a career-high three shots against St. Mary’s (8/28)…recorded a season-high 66 minutes against Northern Arizona. 2010 Started all 20 matches ... played 1745 minutes ... has three shots, two shots-on-goal and a .667 shots-on-goal percentage ... one of Tech’s consistent defenders ... played all minutes in 16 matches, including 15 of the last 16 ... had two shots, both on goal, at Baylor. 2009 Was a regular on the field in only her freshman year ... named to the All-Big 12 newcomer team ... joined Tiffini Smith and Dawn Ward on the team as Tech led all Big 12 schools in newcomer team recipients ... started in 19 of Tech’s 20 matches ... played the fourth-most total minutes on the team ... posted one assist, which came against Vanderbilt ... played every minute in nine matches, including seven during Big 12 play ... attempted seven shots from the backline, with one coming on goal. FC Dallas Member of the FC Dallas soccer club ... 2008 Southern Regional Finalist ... 2008 Premier League West Finalist ... 2007-2008 Lake Highlands Girls Classic League Champions ... attended the 2007 ODP Region III camp ... 2006 North Texas State Cup Champions ... 2006 Regional Semi-Finalist ... was also on the 91 girls ODP state team. Mansfield Timberview A two sport athlete (soccer and track) at Mansfield Timberview High School ... 2006 All-City District Player ... four-year varsity starter ... in track: won the district meet in the 200 meter dash her freshman year ... also anchored the 400 meter and 800 meter relays that won district.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 20 19 59

Min. 1579 1745 624 3948

G 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 1 2

Pts 1 0 1 2

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot 7 3 4 14

42

Shot% .000 .000 .000 .000

SOG 1 2 1 4

SOG% .143 .66 7 .250 .286

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RETURNERS

19

RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

Taylor Narvaiz Lubbock, Texas/Monterey

So.

Defender

CAREER HIGHS Goals ___________________________________ None Assists ____________________ 1, vs. Northern Arizona (2011) Points ____________________ 1, vs. Northern Arizona (2011) Shots ___________________________________1 (2x) Shots on Goal_______________________________ None Game Winning Goals (Season)_____________________ None

2011 Played in 19 matches while registering 16 starts…registered first career assist in a 5-0 shutout win over Northern Arizona (9/25)…registered a career high 110 minutes against Arizona (9/18). West Texas United Played with Lubbock Lonestars for five years before becoming a member of West Texas United ‘93 ... team is part of Lake Highlands Division I. ODP Member of North Texas ODP team for five years ... current member of the Region III ODP team headed to Coast Rica this spring ... listed in the Top 50 players in the nation for the 1993 age group ... ... ranked in the top 20 (No. 8) in the state of Texas by Top Drawer Soccer. Monterey High School Earned Newcomer of the Year and first team All-District as a sophomore and junior ... team captain junior and senior years... also participated in cross country, volleyball and track.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP Min. 2011 19 1981 TOTAL 19 1981

G A Pts 0 1 1 0 1 1

Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2 .000 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 .000 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

43

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RED RAIDER SOCCER - 2012

14

Tiffini Smith Fort Worth, Texas/Fort Worth Country Day

Sr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals ____________________________________1 (5x) Assists ____________________________________1 (5x) Points _________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2010) Shots ________________________ 6, vs. North Texas (2009) Shots on Goal________________________________5 (2x) Game Winning Goals (Season)____________________ 1 (2011)

2011 Played in all 20 matches with 18 starts…scored first career game-winning goal in the season-opener against Rice (8/19)…scored second goal of the season in 5-0 shutout win over Arizona State (9/18)…registered game-winning assist in double-overtime win over Texas (10/16)…third among Red Raiders in shots (28) and tied for third with two assists...registered three shots in three separate matches. 2010 Started all 20 matches ... named Academic All-Big 12 first team ... named to the all-tournament team at the Red Raider Classic ... played 1585 minutes ... has three points, one goal, one assist, 39 shots, 10 shots-on-goal and a .256 shots-ongoal percentage ... had three shots vs. Texas State ... recorded two shots vs. North Texas and Oral Roberts and at Alabama ... had first assist and first goal of the year at Oklahoma ... had season-high five shots at Texas ... finished with four shots vs. Kansas ... tied season-high five shots vs. Missouri ... had three shots vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State in quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship. 2009 A regular in the starting lineup throughout freshman season ... named to the All-Big 12 All-Newcomer squad ... started in 19 of 20 matches ... only match to not start was against UTEP ... posted six points off two goals and two assists ... first career assist came against TCU ... followed the performance with her first career goal the next match against North Texas ... also added a career-high six shots with five coming on goal against the Mean Green ... added her other assist against Nebraska ... tied the match with her second goal of the season in the play-in match to the Big 12 Championship against Kansas ... played every minute in five matches ... invited to the U.S. Under-18 team camp following the season. FSA Soccer Plus Played for the Polaris Soccer Club ... was team captain from 2004 to present ... Region III semifinalist in 2008 ... team won the “Showcase” flight of the Disney Soccer Showcase Championship in 2008 ... Premier League West Semifinalist in Fall 2007 ... North Texas State Cup Finalist 2007 ... North Texas State Cup Finalist 2005 ... ODP Region III team 2004 to present ... ODP National Champions in 2008 ... National Semi-finalist in 2007 ... was on the North Texas state team from 2004 to present ... team was the state cup runner-up in 2008 ... club coach: JP McDade. Ft. Worth Country Day High School A four-year starter at Fort Worth Country Day High School ... named to the Fort Worth Star Telegram’s Super Team in both 2007 and 2008 ... SPC All-Conference all four years ... was also SPC All-Zone in 2005 ... team MVP her junior and senior seasons ... also participated in field hockey and track and field ... high school coach: Tarik Guendozi.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 20 20 60

Min. 1548 1585 1650 4783

G 2 1 2 5

A 2 1 2 5

Pts 6 3 6 15

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot 44 39 28 111

44

Shot% .045 .026 .071 .045

SOG 13 10 8 31

SOG% .295 .256 .286 .279

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Paige Strahan Odessa, Texas/Permian

So.

Forward/Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals ______________________ 1, at Arizona State (2011) Assists ______________________1, at Arizona State 2011) Points _____________________ 3, at Arizona State (2011) Shots _________________________ 4, vs. Hofstra (2011) Shots on Goal______________________2, vs. Hofstra 201) Game Winning Goals (Season)___________________ None

2011 Played in 18 matches with 11 starts during her freshman campaign…registered first career goal and first career assists in 5-0 shutout win at Arizona State (9/16)…recorded career-high three points at Arizona State (9/16)…took a career-high four shots against Hofstra (9/9)…ranked third on the team in shots on goal (9)…ranked ninth among Red Raiders in shots (15). West Texas United Member of West Texas United `92 for seven years ... 2008 West Texas ODP selection ... team was part of 2008 and 2010 Lake Highlands Class League ... 2008 Region III Presidents Cup Champion ... 2008 Presidents Cup National Champions ... 2008 Plano Labor Day Champions ... 2009 North Texas State Cup Finalists. Permian High School Four-year varsity letterwinner ... three-year captain ... 2008 was first team all-district ... 2009 first team all-district ... 2009 Allen Winter Classic all-tournament team ... 2010 District 3-5A District MVP ... named 2011 Captain ... 2011 West Texas Invitational all-tournament team ... 2011 nominee for Permian High School Hall of Fame.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season GP Min. 2011 18 974 TOTAL 18 974

G A Pts 1 1 3 1 1 3

Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW 16 .062 9 .562 0 16 .062 9 .562 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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Dawn Ward Midland, Texas/Midland

RS-Sr.

Forward

CAREER HIGHS

Goals _____________________________ 2 (3x) Assists _____________________________ 1 (5x) Points _____________________________ 5 (2x) Shots ____________________9, vs. Alabama (2009) Shots on Goal________________6 ,vs. Alabama (2009) Game Winning Goals (Season)______________3 (2009) 2011 Played in all 20 matches with five starts…netted two goals in a single game for the third time in her career against Toledo (9/11)…also registered an assist against Toledo to total five points for the match and equal her career-high…took a season-high three shots in four separate matches…sixth on the team with six points on the season. 2010 Played in all 20 matches with 19 starts ... played 1299 minutes ... has 10 points, four goals, two assists, 22 shots, eight shots-on-goal and a .364 shots-on-goal percentage ... recorded her first assist of the year vs. Texas State ... scored first two goals of the year at Northwestern State, also had an assist ... had season-high three shots vs. Northwestern State ... scored third goal of the year vs. Ole Miss ... netted fourth goal of the season at Oklahoma in Big 12 opener ... had two shots vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State in quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship. 2009 Became Tech’s top scoring option in only her first season ... was a driving force behind an improved Tech offense that finished tied for 33rd nationally in scoring offense ... named to the All-Big 12 newcomer team ... joined Tiffini Smith and Morgan Johnson on the team as Tech led all Big 12 schools in newcomer team recipients ... named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on Sept. 22 ... started in all 20 matches ... one of only two players to start every match ... netted a team-high 13 goals, while adding an assist ... first Red Raider since Amy Rutstein in 1998 to post double-digit goals in a single season ... her 13 goals rank tied for third with Rutstein on the school’s single-season chart ... totaled 27 points, which tied for fourth-most in a single-season in Tech history ... had a goal in each of Tech’s first four matches ... became the first player in school history to start either a season or career that way ... connected on a season-high two goals against UTEP...was on a five-match goal streak that started against Oklahoma and ended against Texas A&M ... her 13 goals ranked third overall in the Big 12 ... totaled three game-winning goals . Dallas Sting Soccer Club Played for the Dallas Sting club team, formally the Dallas Texans ... traveled from Midland to the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex often to compete at highest club level ... Lake Highlands D2 Champions from 2002 to 2007 ... 2007 Regional III Champions ... 2007 National Finalists ... 2004-2007 ODP North Texas State Team ... 2005-2007 ODP Region III Camp ... 2007 ODP National Championship Tournament ... 2006 North Texas State Cup Quarterfinalists ... 2007 North Texas State Cup Finalists ... 2007 Premier League ... club coach: Kenny Medina. Midland High School Four-year letter-winner for Midland High ... advanced to playoffs her freshman, sophomore and senior seasons ... 2004 second team All-District ... 2005 All-District 3-5A Honorable Mention ... 2006 All-District 3-5A first team ... 2007 District Offensive MVP.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 20 20 60

Min. 1525 1299 1537 4361

G A 13 1 4 2 2 2 19 5

Pts 27 10 6 43

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

Shot 52 22 24 98

46

Shot% .250 .182 .083 .194

SOG 33 8 6 47

SOG% .635 .364 .250 .480

GW 3 0 1 4

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Erin Wikelius Austin, Texas/Westlake

RS-Jr.

Goalkeeper

CAREER HIGHS

Saves____________________ 8, vs. Vanderbilt (2009) Shutouts (Season)_____________________ 4 (2010) Wins (Season)_______________________ 5 (2010)

2011 Medical redshirt. 2010 Played in 11 matches with nine starts ... namded Goalkeeper MVP of the Red Raider Classic ... played 926:24 minutes with 37 saves... has a 1.46 goals-against average and a .712 saves percentage ... played 45 minutes at No. 3 Notre Dame and collected two saves ... got first two career shutouts against North Texas and Oral Roberts ... played all 90 minutes in both matches ... got third shutout at Texas ... had season-high seven saves at No. 10 Texas A&M ... is 5-3-1 in goal ... recorded fourth shutout vs. Kansas ... played second half vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State in quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship 2009 Ended the season having played the most minutes in goal ... saw action in 11 matches, including nine starts ... first Tech freshman to play in goal since Colleen Pitts did so in 2006 ... played the second half against UTSA and Utah State ... started and played every minute in the next six matches ... collected a season-high eight saves in Tech’s 3-1 victory at Vanderbilt ... faced 25 shots against the Commodores, which is tied for the second-highest for any Tech opponent ... split weekends matches with Pitts through most of Big 12 play ... missed the final six matches of the season ... finished tied for 10th in the conference with 43 total saves. Austin Lonestars Soccer Club Member of the Austin Lonestars soccer club ... 2008 Premier League West Champions ... 2008 Region III Tournament Quarterfinalists ... South Texas State Champions in Fall 2002 and Spring 2008 ... was the state runner-up in Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003 and Spring 2005 ... was a member of the South Texas ODP state team in 2003 ... was a member of the ODP area pool group from 2004 to 2007 ... selected for Lonestar All-Star team that played the Mexican Under-17 and U-20 teams. Austin Westlake High School A two-year letterwinner at Westlake High School ... for 2007-2008 season: District 25-5A Academic All-District ... District 25-5A Newcomer of the Year ... District 25-5A second team All-District ... was the team newcomer of the year.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2010 TOTAL

GP 11 11 22

Min. 965:34 926:24 1891:58

GA 21 15 36

GAAvg 1.96 1.46 1.71

Saves 43 37 80

Save% .672 . 712 . 690

W 4 5 9

L T 4 1 4 1 8 2

Sho 0 4 4

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Conner Williams Carrollton, Texas/Hebron

RS-Jr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals __________________________________ 1 (4x) Assists ___________________________ 2, at Texas (2009) Points __________________________________ 2 (5x) Shots __________________________ 8, vs. Kansas (2009) Shots on Goal______________________________ 3 (2x) Game Winning Goals (Season)_____________________ None

2011 Played in seven matches with two starts… recorded a season-high three shots against New Mexico State (8/21)… totaled six shots on the season…started the first two matches of the season in which the Red Raiders went 2-0 shutting out both Rice and New Mexico State...recorded a season-high 57 minutes in a 3-2 double-overtime win against Texas at home. 2010 Redshirted after injuring her knee during summer club play. 2009 One of only two players to start in every match ... played the second-most minutes on the team ... third on the team with 14 points after posting four goals and six assists ... her assist total ranks in a tie for seventh on the school’s singleseason chart ... added her first career assist at UTEP ... netted her first career goal against Vanderbilt which sealed Tech’s 3-1 victory ... followed the goal with another the very next match against Auburn ... the goal tied the match at 2-2 midway through the second half before the Tigers hit the game-winner in the 77th minute ... added Tech’s final goal in its 2-0 victory over Iowa State ... pulled Tech to a 3-2 deficit against Kansas with her goal in the 88th minute ... attempted a season-high six shots against Oklahoma State ... dished a season-high two assists against Texas, with both coming off corner kicks ... was successful on a penalty kick attempt in the shootout against Kansas in the play-in match to the Big 12 Championship ... her six assists move her into a tie for sixth on the single-season chart ... 46 shot attempts finished third on the team ... played every minute in 10 matches ... trailed only Casey McCall in total minutes. FC Dallas Played for the FC Dallas soccer club team alongside current Red Raider Morgan Johnson ... captain of team all four years ... helped her team to a regional final appearance the last three years ... led her team to a state championship in 2006 ... recognized as 2002 Player of the Year ... ODP Region III team ... as part of ODP, was able to travel to several tournaments around the world, including England ...was also a member of the southern region ODP team. Hebron High School Led her team to consecutive district championships ... helped her team to three regional finalist appearances ... earned High School All-Region honors in 2006 and 2007 ... named to the Region 6-5A All-Area all three seasons.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2009 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 7 27

Min. 1656 194 1850

G 4 0 4

TEXAS TECH SOCCER

A 6 0 6

Pts 14 0 14

48

Shot 46 6 52

Shot% .087 .000 .077

SOG 17 1 18

SOG% . 370 .167 .346

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Mallory Yacullo Parker, Colo./Ponderosa

Jr.

Midfielder

CAREER HIGHS

Goals _________________________1, vs. Nebraska (2010) Assists __________________________________1 (2x) Points _________________________2, vs. Nebraska (2010) Shots ___________________ 2, at Northwestern State (2010) Shots on Goal______________________________1 (4x) Game Winning Goals (Season)______________________ 0

2011 Played in 12 matches with seven starts …recorded an assist in a 2-0 shutout win over St. Mary’s (8/28) at home… totaled season-high 63 minutes in a 1-0 shutout win over New Mexico State (8/21)…played in the final six and started the final four matches of the season, including the double-overtime 3-2 win over Texas (10/16). 2010 Played in all 20 matches with 10 starts ... named a CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer Oct. 4 ... played 1214 minutes ... has five points, one goal, three assists, 11 shots, four shots-on-goal and a .364 shots-on-goal percentage ... recorded an assist against TCU and Texas State in her first collegiate games ... had career-high two shots at Northwestern State ... collected third assist at Rice ... earned first collegiate start vs. North Texas ... scored first career goal vs. Nebraska as time expired to send the game into overtime ... played all 92 minutes vs. the Huskers ... played all 90 minutes in four games. Colorado Storm Soccer Club Played for the Colorado Storm soccer club under coach Scott Dedycker ... one of the top clubs in the state of Colorado ... team claimed the state title from 2007-10 ... the club has also not lost an in-state match since 2006. Ponderosa High School Played soccer at Ponderosa High School in Parker, Colo. ... one of the top midfielders in the state of Colorado ... was a first team All-Conference and All-District selection in 2009 and 2010 ... also named the team’s captain as a senior.

CAREER CAPSULE

Season 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 20 12 32

Min. 1214 389 1603

G 1 0 1

A 3 1 4

Pts 5 1 6

Shot 11 2 13

Shot% . 0 91 .000 .077

SOG 4 0 4

SOG% .364 .000 .308

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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NEWCOMERS

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NEWCOMERS

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Janine Beckie Highlands Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian

Fr.

Forward

Club Experience Leading scorer for REAL U-16 Regional Championship team...2010 Region IV Champion...2011 Region runner-up...ECNL European Tour Team 2011. Valor Christian Lettered four years under head coach Brian Shultz...2012 Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year...first Gatorade Player of the Year from Valor High School...member of the 2009 and 2010 Colorado High School girl’s soccer state runner-up team..named to the All-Pioneer League team...2010 Region IV Champions...2011 Regional IV runner-up...named 2011 First Team All-Colorado and First Team All-Conference...also competed in basketball and track and field...two-time state track champion in the 4x100 and 4x400 relay...placed fifth in the 100-meter hurdles...state runner-up in the 300-meter hurdles...All-State selection in basketball in 2012....helped the track and field team to a second place team finish at the state meet in 2011. Olympic Development

US U-18 women’s national team (2011-12)...Colorado ODP Regional Team 2011.

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Ashley Casey Allen, Texas/Allen

Fr.

Forward/Midfielder

Club Experience Member of 2011 Sting ‘94 ECNL...claimed the 2011 ECNL Championship...2010 Orange Classic Showcase Bracket Winner...2009 Texas Cup Showcase Bracket Winner..2009 CASL Showcase Bracket Winner...claimed the 2008 Michael Brown Winter Championships as a member of the Texas Football Club ‘94...2008 Kick-It 3v3 National Champion...2007 Sadia Cup Quarterfinalist..2006 Puma Cup Champion. Allen High School Lettered two years under head coach Kevin Albury...earned second team All-District during her senior season...named attacking player of the year...earned 2010 Scholar Award.

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Hannah Devine Georgetown, Texas

Fr.

Midfielder

Club Experience Member of the Lonestar Soccer Club ‘95 ECNL...2011-12 ECNL A-Flight...helped the 2010-11 ECNL A-Flight to the USYS STX State Championship .... ECNL Group B Regular Season Champion (2009-10)...ECNL National Championship Flight B Finalist...Disney Showcase Champion...USYS STX State Champions (2009-10)...helped team to the 2008-09 WDDOA National Cup District Championship USYS.

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Bethany Hale Iowa Park, Texas

Fr.

Defender

Club Experience Member of the D’Feeters ‘94 Famers Branch, Texas...member of the state pool ODP...played in the Region III Premier League West...member of the Elite Club National League (2009-12)...2010 State Cup Semi-Finalist. Iowa Park High School 2008 TAAF 16&U Track State Champion in the 800m...school record holder in the 400m, 800m and the 1600m Relay....two-time District Champion 3A UIL cross country...three-time District Champion in 800m...two-time 3A Regional in the 800m

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Caity Heap McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd

Fr.

Forward/Midfielder

Club Experience Member of the Sting ‘95 for seven years...two-time USYS National Champion...named team captain from 2005-11...team’s leading scorer from 2005-11... two-time Surf Cup Champions (2006/2008)...State Cup Champions (2008-11)...named to the 2009 ECNL Final 4 Showcase All-Event Team...2010 ECNL National Champions (U-15)...2010 USYS National Champions (U-15)...named to the 2010 ECNL National Championship All-Event Team...2011 February ECNL/id2 National Champion...2011 USYS National Champs (U-16)...2011 USYS National Championship Best 11. McKinney Boyd Lettered four years at McKinney Boyd High School under head coach Michelle Estes...helped McKinney Boyd capture the 2011 State Championship...named to the 2009 5A All-District Freshman Team...named to the 2010 5A All-District Team...helped McKinney Boyd reach the 2010 5A State Finals...member of the 2011 5A State Championship team...named to the 5A All-State Team. Olympic Development Experience Member of the North Texas State ‘94 team (2008-2010)...selected to the Region III team in 2009... participated in the 2009 Thanksgiving Interregional... traveled with the Region III team to Barcelona in 2011.

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Meghan Mitchell Cedar Park, Texas/ Vista Ridge

Fr.

Defender

Club Experience Member of Lonestar Soccer ECNL Club ‘95 for five years... helped the 2010-11 ECNL A-Flight to the USYS STX State Championship ....ECNL Group B Regular Season Champion (2009-10)...ECNL National Championship Flight B Finalist...Disney Showcase Champion...Flight B USYSNC STX State Champions (200910)...helped team to the 2008-09 WDDOA National Cup District Championship. Vista Ridge High School Lettered four years at Vista Ridge High School under head coach Story Cook and Kristen Stone...named District Defender of the Year during her senior season...named team defensive MVP during senior season..named Central Texas Defender of the Year in 2011...District Defensive MVP during both the 2010 and 2011 seasons...helped team to a District Championship during the 2011 season...named First Team All-District during the 2010 and 2011 seasons.. named First Team All-Region during the 2011 season...4A State Runner-Up in 2011...named Second Team All-State in 2011...named team captain during the 2011-12 season TEXAS TECH SOCCER

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Alli Murphy Plano, Texas/Plano

Fr.

Midfielder

Club Experience Member of the D’Feeters Soccer Club (2009-12).... named to the NSCAA All-American team...previously a member of the Texas Football Club (2004-09)...named Offensive Player of the Year for the 2006-07 season. Plano High School Lettered four years at Plano High School under head coach Diane Davey...earned second-team All-District 8-5A honors in 2012...elected team MVP during the 2009-09 season...two-time First Team All-District Selection (2008-09, 2010-11)...district Co-MVP 2010-11. Olympic Development Member of the NTSSA ODP State team 2006-Present...member of the Region III ODP from 2008-present and attended the 2008-09 USYS ODP National Camp...member of the 2010 ODP Regional Team...attended the 2011 ECNL National ID Camp.

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Brady Prescott Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo

Fr.

Defender/Forward

Amarillo High School Lettered two years under head coach Stacey McPherson as a defender, midfielder and forwards...earned All-District and second team All-Region honors... named team MVP along with ‘Most Encouraging’ and ‘Most Enthusiastic’...also competed in track and field.

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Katy Reamer Arlington, Texas/Martin

Fr.

Forward/Midfielder

Club Experience Member of the Dallas Texans ‘94 squad...team currently ranked No. 1 in the country....2011-12 National League member...four-year member of FWFC ‘94...participated in the Premier League from 2009-11...2010 Surf Cup runner-up...2010 PDA Champion...team was highest ranked in club history...2009 North Texas State Champion U-15...2008 CASL College Showcase champions in which she scored the game-winning penalty kick... member of Dallas Texans South from 2006-07...participated in Lake Highlands Division I...Sereno Semi-Finalist...member of Sting ‘94 for one season... participated in Lake Highlands Division 1...State Cup semi-finalist. Martin High School Four year letter winner at Arlington-Martin High School...four-year starter...team ranked second in DFW Area/5A...team went undefeated during 2009-10 district play to claim District 4-5A Championship...named First Team All-District during freshman and junior seasons...5A Regional QuarterFinalist during freshman season...5A Regional Finalist during 2010 and 2011 seasons...2011 Fort Worth Star Telegram Player of the Week.

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Briana Rohmer Fort Worth, Texas/Fossil Ridge

Fr.

Forward/Midfielder

Club Experience Member of the Fort Worth FC ‘94 for seven years...selected to the Region 3 Premier League (2010-11)...Lake Highlands Division I since 2006...North Texas State Cup Champions 2009. Fossil Ridge High School Lettered four years at Fossil Ridge High School under head coach Kenny Blevins...Named first team All-District and first team Academic All-State during her senior campiagn...Named First-Team All-District 5-5A 2010...led team in scoring during sophomore season...named Newcomer of the Year...named Second Team All-District 5-5A in 2009. Olympic Development Experience Regional ODP selection...three-year member of the state ODP.

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Lauren Watson The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands

Fr.

Goalkeeper

Club Experience Member of the Challenge ‘94 ECNL team...member of the ‘94 ECNL team. The Woodlands High School First Team All-State selection in 2011...First Team All-District selection in 2010...First Team All-Montgomery County selection in 2011...named to the I-10 Shootout All-Tournament Team (2011)... Addidas Top 11 in the Houston area selection...member of the 5A State Championship team in 2010...5A State Finalist during the 2009 season...5A State Regional Finalist in 2011. Olympic Development Member of 2010 Region III team.

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THE 2011 SEASON

Inside

Game-By-Game Results_____________________ 58 Team Statistics_ ________________________ 60 Individual Statistics_______________________ 61

2011 RESULTS

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2011 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

GAME 1 - Texas Tech 1 Rice 0

2011 Overall Record: 10-8-2 Home: 7-4-0 Neutral: 1-1-0

GAME 2 - Texas Tech 1 NMSU 0

Aug. 19 - Lubbock, Texas

Aug. 21 - Lubbock, Texas

Big 12: 3-4-1 (4th) Away: 2-3-2

GAME 3 - Texas Tech 0 Ole Miss 1 Aug. 26 - Lubbock, Texas

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team opened its season Friday with its fourthstraight season opening shutout with a 1-0 shutout victory in front of 1,215 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team moved to 2-0 on the season after recording their second-straight shutout of the year over New Mexico State, 1-0, at the John Walker Soccer Complex in front of 1,252 fans.

The Texas Tech soccer team fell in a physical battle with Ole Miss, 1-0, at the John Walker Soccer Complex in front of 1,275 fans on Friday night.

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Final

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GAME 4 - Texas Tech 2 St. Mary’s 0 Aug. 28 - Lubbock, Texas

Texas Tech’s Jessica Disabella scored an early sixth minute goal and Haley Haagsma scored her first career goal in the 30th minute to push the Red Raiders by Saint Mary’s, 2-0, at the John Walker Soccer Complex in front of 953 fans.

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Jessica Fuston scored on a corner kick from Jaelene Hinkle in the third minute to propel the Texas Tech soccer team over Missouri 1-0, for the first time since 2006, in front of 1,426 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

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0 0 1 0

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Final

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No. 13 Florida, in its home opener, beat the Texas Tech soccer team, 3-0, in front of 3,728 fans at James G. Pressly Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.

The Texas Tech soccer team dropped a 2-1 heart-breaker to Hofstra in overtime on a penalty kick in the 98th minute in the nightcap of the Red Raider Classic in front of 1,195 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

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0 0 1 2

Final

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Sept. 9- Lubbock, Texas

1 2 OT Final

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GAME 8 - Texas Tech 5 Arizona St. 0

GAME 9 - Texas Tech 0 Arizona 0

The Texas Tech soccer team, led by senior Madison Terry’s two goals and senior Taylor Lytle’s two assists, beat Arizona State, 5-0, in the opening game of the 2011 Cats Classic in Tucson, Ariz.

The Texas Tech soccer team collected its sixth shutout of the season, as the Red Raiders battled Arizona to a 0-0 tie in the final match of Cats Classic held at Mulcahy Stadium in Tucson, Ariz.

Sept. 23 - Lubbock, Texas

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GAME 6 - Texas Tech 1 Hofstra 2

Sept. 2 - Gainesville, Fla.

Final

GAME 10 - Texas Tech 1 Missouri 0

0 1

Sept 16 - Tucson, Ariz.

Texas Tech’s Dawn Ward scored two goals in the first half to lead the Red Raider soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Toledo in the final match of the Red Raider Classic in front of 908 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

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Final

GAME 5 - Texas Tech 0 Florida 3

Sept. 11 - Lubbock, Texas

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Final

GAME 7 - Texas Tech 3 Toledo 0

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Sept. 18 - Tucson, Ariz

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2011 RESULTS

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GAME 11 - Texas Tech 5 N. Arizona 0

GAME 12 - Texas Tech 0 Baylor 0

GAME 13 - Texas Tech 2 Oklahoma 0

Jessica Fuston scored three goals to lead the Texas Tech women’s soccer team on an offensive explosion to beat Northern Arizona 5-0 in front of 737 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team held its sixth-straight opponent scoreless, but Baylor held the Red Raiders without a goal in a 0-0 tie at Betty Lou May Field in Waco, Texas, in front of 608 fans.

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team tied the school record for shutouts in a season with its 10th as the Red Raiders beat Oklahoma, 2-0, at John Crain Field in Norman, Okla., in front of 539 fans.

Sept. 25- Lubbock, Texas

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GAME 14 - Texas Tech 0 Texas A&M 2 Oct. 7 - Lubbock, Texas

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team dropped a 2-0 decision to rival Texas A&M in front of a John Walker Soccer Complex attendance record of 2,176.

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GAME 17 - Texas Tech 3 Texas 2 Oct. 16 - Lubbock, Texas

Texas Tech defeated Texas 3-2 in a doubleovertime thriller Sunday in front of 1,232 fans at the John Walker Soccer Complex. Jessica Fuston scored the winning goal in the 103rd minute to give the Red Raiders their first win over the Longhorns since 1999.

1 2 OT 2OT Total 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 3

Sept. 30 - Waco, Texas

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Oct. 2 - Norman, Okla.

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GAME 15 - Texas Tech 2 TCU 1

GAME 16 - Texas Tech 1 Kansas 3

Madison Terry and Jessica Fuston both scored to help push the Red Raiders over TCU, 2-1 at Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium in Forth Worth, Texas in front of 2,431 fans.

The Texas Tech women’s soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision on Friday night to Kansas before a record crowd of 2,288 fans on senior night at the John Walker Soccer Complex.

Oct. 9 - Ft. Worth, Texas

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GAME 18 - Texas Tech 0 Iowa St 1 Oct. 21 - Ames, Iowa.

Texas Tech now knows what the Longhorns felt on Sunday night. Tech came up on the short end of a 1-0 decision in the second extra frame against Iowa State on Friday night at ISU Soccer Complex.

1 2 OT 2OT Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Oct. 14 - Lubbock, Texas

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GAME 19 - Texas Tech 0 Oklahoma State 2 Oct. 27 - Stillwater, Okla.

The Texas Tech soccer team went toe-to-toe with the No. 2 Oklahoma State Cowgirls, falling 2-0 at Cowgirl Soccer Complex on Thursday night.

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GAME 17 - Texas Tech 0 Texas 1 Nov. 2- San Antonio, Texas

Texas’ Kylie Doniak scored in the 11th minute of the first half and it was all the Longhorns would need as the Texas Tech women’s soccer team fell, 1-0, in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championship on Wednesday.

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2011 STATS

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THE 2011 SEASON 2011 TEAM STATS 10-8-2 OVERALL (3-4-1 BIG 12)

Date 08/19/11 08/21/11 08/26/11 08/28/11 09/02/11 09/09/11 09/11/11 09/16/11 09/18/11 09/23/11 09/25/11 09/30/11 10/02/11 10/07/11 10/09/11 10/14/11 10/16/11 10/21/11 10/27/11 11/02/11

Opponent Score G RICE 1-0 1 NMSU 1-0 1 OLE MISS 0-1 0 SAINT MARY’S 2-0 2 at Florida 0-3 0 HOFSTRA 1-2 1 TOLEDO 3-0 3 vs Arizona State 5-0 5 at Arizona 0-0 0 MISSOURI 1-0 1 NORTHERN ARIZONA 5-0 5 at Baylor 0-0 0 at Oklahoma 2-0 2 TEXAS A&M 0-2 0 at TCU 2-1 2 KANSAS 1-3 1 TEXAS 3-2 3 at Iowa State 0-1 0 at Oklahoma State 0-2 0 vs Texas 0-1 0

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

Pts 2 2 0 6 0 2 8 15 0 3 13 0 5 0 6 2 9 0 0 0

Texas Tech 27-18 27 19 73 Opponents 18 10 46

Sh 10 23 17 15 7 30 12 13 16 20 13 11 14 12 16 18 24 16 17 11

TEAM STATS

Sh% .100 .043 .000 .133 .000 .033 .250 .385 .000 .050 .385 .000 .143 .000 .125 .056 .125 .000 .000 .000

315 .086 240 .075

Sog 2 8 2 6 4 7 5 8 5 4 9 4 8 0 7 9 7 7 7 4

Sog% .200 .348 .118 .400 .571 .233 .417 .615 .313 .200 .692 .364 .571 .000 .438 .500 .292 .438 .412 .364

GW 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

UA 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

113 .359 10 0 9 92 .383 8 0 9

2011 ATTENDANCE

Venue (Capacity) Total Attendance Home Games John Walker Soccer Complex (1,500) 14,657 11

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Average/Game Natl Rank 1,332 13

OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pk-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

RC 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Shot Stats Goals- Shot Attempts Goals Score Per Game Shot pct. Shots on goal-attempts SOG pct. Shots/game Assists

Tech 27-315 1.35 .086 113-315 .359 15.75 19

Opponent

Opponents 18-240 .90 0.75 92-240 .383 12.00 10

Goal Breakdown Tech Opponents Total goals 27 18 Penalties 1 3 Unassisted 9 9 Overtime 1 2 Goals scored average 1.35 .90 Conner Kicks Goals off corners

Tech 131 0

Opponents 82 0

Offsides

43 14

Penalty Kicks Yellow Cards Red Cards

Tech Opponents 1-1 3-3 17 10 2 0

Attendance Tech Opponents Total 14,657 9,503 Dates/Avg. Game 11/1332 7/1358

SEASON PREVIEW

2011 STATS

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2011 OFFENSIVE SEASON STATS

Player GP-GS Min 4 Jessica Fuston 20-20 1430 8 Madison Terry 17-10 1285 7 Jessica Disabella 19-3 1086 33 Casey McCall 20-20 1727 14 Tiffini Smith 20-18 1650 22 Dawn Ward 20-5 1537 15 Jaelene Hinkle 20-19 1710 12 Taylor Lytle 20-20 1528 24 Paige Strahan 18-11 974 17 Hayley Haagsma 20-20 1473 23 Sarah Ellison 15-4 613 5 Erin Inman 20-1 1444 18 Morgan Johnson 19-3 624 20 Mallory Yacullo 12-7 389 19 Taylor Narvaiz 19-16 1981 3 Conner Williams 7-2 194 29 Leah Christensen 4-0 80 28 Haley Fowler 5-3 126 26 Cheyenne Diggs 6-0 143 21 Maggie Fete 4-0 83 16 Bridgett Jenkins 19-18 1668 13 Jackie Strug 4-0 65 Total 20 - Opponents 20 -

TEAM LEADERS

G A Pts Sh Shot % SOG SOG% YC-RC 8 0 16 60 .133 27 .450 0-0 4 1 9 16 .250 9 .562 0 -0 3 2 8 24 .125 7 .292 0-0 3 0 6 14 .214 4 .286 2-0 2 2 6 28 .071 8 .286 1-0 2 2 6 24 .083 6 .250 0 -0 1 4 6 20 .050 8 .400 0 -0 1 3 5 63 .016 23 .365 0 -0 1 1 3 16 .062 9 .562 1-1 1 0 2 17 .059 5 .294 1 -0 1 0 2 13 .077 3 .231 0 -0 0 1 1 7 .000 2 .286 1-0 0 1 1 4 .000 1 .250 1 -0 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 2-0 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 0- 0 0 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 -0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 27 19 73 316 .085 113 .358 17-2 18 10 46 240 .075 92 .383 10-0

GW PK-Att FG OT Hat 3 1-1 1 1 1 2 0-0 3 0 0 2 0-0 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 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 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 10 1-1 10 1 1 8 3-3 8 2 0

2011 GOALKEEPER STATS

Player 31 Alexis Braziel 30 Victoria Esson 0 Gabby Kaufman

GP-GS Minutes 1-0 45:00 17-15 1601:35 4-3 314:43

GA 0 15 3

GaAvg Saves SavePct 0.00 0 .000 0.84 57 .792 0.86 11 .786

W L T Sho Shots Faced 0 0 0 0. 0 1 8 6 2 6.0 177 1 2 0 1.0 47

GTG Foul 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 187 2 218

POINTS 4 Jessica Fuston 8 Madison Terry 7 Jessica Disabella 15 Jaelene Hinkle

GP 20 17 19 20

G 8 4 3 1

A 0 1 2 4

Pts 16 9 8 6

Shots 59 16 24 20

GOALS 4 Jessica Fuston 8 Madison Terry 7 Jessica Disabella 33 Casey McCall

GP 20 17 19 20

G 8 4 3 3

A 0 1 2 0

Pts 16 9 8 6

Shots 59 16 24 14

ASSISTS 15 Jaelene Hinkle 12 Taylor Lytle 14 Tiffini Smith 22 Dawn Ward

GP 20 20 20 20

G 1 1 2 2

A 4 3 2 2

Pts 6 5 6 6

Shots 20 63 28 25

SHOTS 12 Taylor Lytle 4 Jessica Fuston 14 Tiffini Smith 22 Dawn Ward

GP 20 20 20 20

SHOTS ON GOAL 4 Jessica Fuston 12 Taylor Lytle 24 Paige Strahan 8 Madison Terry

GP 20 20 18 17

GAME WINNING GOALS 4 Jessica Fuston 7 Jessica Disabella 8 Madison Terry 22 Dawn Ward

G 1 8 2 2 G 8 1 1 4

A 0 3 1 1

A 3 0 2 2

Pts 5 16 6 6

Shots Shots% 63 .016 59 .136 28 .071 25 .080

Pts 16 5 3 9

Shots 59 63 15 16

SOG Shots% 27 .458 23 .365 9 .600 9 .563

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME RECORDS POINTS 1. Jessica Fuston..............................................................6 vs. Northern Arizona, 2011 Jessica Fuston.........................................................................6 vs. Iowa State, 2010 2. Madison Terry..................................................................... 5 at Arizona State, 2011 Kristy Frantz...............................................................................5 vs. Missouri, 1997 Jessica Fuston...........................................................................5 vs. Nebraska, 2010 3. Leanne Mihelich.......................................................................4 vs. Nebraska, 2009 Katie Hinds................................................................................... 4 vs. Baylor, 2008 Zhaleh Rezaie.......................................4 vs. Missouri, 2007 (Big 12 Championship) Brittney Harrison.......................................................................4 vs. Missouri, 2006 Melanie Brosnahan........................................ 4 vs. Iowa St., 2000; Okla. State, 2000 Lizzy Biles..................................................................................... 4 vs. Baylor, 1999 Lauren Taylor.............................................................................4 vs. Missouri, 1999 Carrie Graham............................................................................4 vs. Missouri, 1999 Jennifer Benat............................................................... 4 vs. Oklahoma State, 1997 Kristy Frantz......................................................... 4 vs. Colorado & Okla. State, 1996 Amaris Smith..........................................................................4 vs. Iowa State, 1996 Kristi Patterson.......................................................................4 vs. Iowa State, 1996 ASSISTS 1. Taylor Lytle......................................................................... 2 at Arizona State, 2011 Taylor Lytle.................................................................................. 2 vs. Kansas, 2010 Jessica Disabella........................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 2010 Conner Williams..............................................................................2 vs. Texas, 2009 Taylor Lytle.............................................................................2 vs. Iowa State, 2008 Taylor Lytle.............................................................................2 vs. Oklahoma, 2008 Kristy Frantz....................................................................................2 vs. Texas, 1996

Amaris Smith................................................................. 2 vs. Oklahoma State, 1996 Lizzy Biles..................................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 1996 Julie Clement..........................................................................2 vs. Iowa State, 1996 GOALS 1. Jessica Fuston..............................................................3 vs. Northern Arizona, 2011 Jessica Fuston.........................................................................3 vs. Iowa State, 2010 2. Madison Terry.................................................................... 2 vs. Arizona State, 2011 Jessica Fuston...........................................................................2 vs. Nebraska, 2010 Leanne Mihelich.......................................................................2 vs. Nebraska, 2009 Katie Hinds................................................................................... 2 vs. Baylor, 2008 Zhaleh Rezaie.......................................2 vs. Missouri, 2007 (Big 12 Championship) Melanie Brosnahan................................2 vs. Iowa St., 2000; Oklahoma State, 2000 Lizzy Biles..................................................................................... 2 vs. Baylor, 1999 Carrie Graham............................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 1999 Lauren Taylor.............................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 1999 Kristy Frantz...............................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 1997 Jennifer Benat............................................................... 2 vs. Oklahoma State, 1997 FIRST HALF GOALS 1. Jessica Fuston..............................................................2 vs. Northern Arizona, 2011 Carrie Graham............................................................................2 vs. Missouri, 1999 SECOND HALF GOALS 1. Madison Terry..................................................................... 2 at Arizona State, 2011 Melanie Brosnahan.................................................................2 vs. Iowa State, 2000 Kristy Frantz................................................................... 2 vs. Oklahoma State, 1996

TEAM RECORDS SINGLE GAME TEAM RECORDS Most Goals Scored................................................................10 vs. Prairie View A&M, 2006 and vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 First Half Goals.......................................................................6 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 Second Half Goals............................................................................. 5, at Arizona St. 2011 ....................................................................................5 vs. Prairie View A&M, 2006 .......................................................................................5 vs. South Alabama, 1996 Most Assists.........................................................................10 vs. Prairie View A&M, 2006 and vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 First Half Assists......................................................................5 vs. Praire View A&M, 2006 and vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 Second Half Assists....................................................................... 4 vs. Arizona State, 2011 4 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 Most Points..........................................................................30 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 and vs. Prairie View A&M, 2006 First Half Points....................................................................17 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 Second Half Points..........................................................................14 at Arizona St., 2011 Largest Margin of Victory.......................................... 10 vs. Stephen F. Austin (10-0), 1995 and vs. Prairie View A&M (10-0), 2006 Largest Margin of Defeat..........................................................9 vs. Nebraska (1-10), 1999

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SINGLE SEASON TEAM RECORDS Most Wins.............................................................................................................13, 1996 Best Winning Percentage.................................................................................. .633, 1994 Most Conference Wins.............................................................................................6, 1995 Consecutive Matches Without Being Shutout........................................................17, 2009 Most Consecutive Shutouts.....................................................................................7, 2011 Most Goals Scored.................................................................................................53, 1996 Most Assists..........................................................................................................41, 1995 Most Points.........................................................................................................143, 1995 Most Shutouts.......................................................................................................10, 2011 Most Shutouts Against..........................................................................................10, 2005 Fewest Goals Allowed.............................................................................................8, 1994 Most Goals Allowed...............................................................................................72, 2005 Least Goals Scored.................................................................................................13, 2005 Most Goalie Saves...............................................................................................139, 2005

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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS POINTS 1. Kristy Frantz (1996).............................................. 44 2. Kristy Frantz (1997).............................................. 33 3. Amy Rutstein (1998)............................................. 28 4. Kristi Patterson (1994).......................................... 27 Amaris Smith (1996)............................................. 27 Dawn Ward (2009)................................................ 27 7. Kristi Patterson (1995).......................................... 24 Jessica Fuston (2010............................................. 24 9. Jennifer Benat (1995)........................................... 23 10. Amy Rutstein (1995)............................................. 22 GOALS 1. Kristy Frantz (1996).............................................. 18 2. Kristy Frantz (1997).............................................. 14 3. Amy Rutstein (1998)............................................. 13 Dawn Ward (2009)................................................ 13 5. Kristi Patterson (1996).......................................... 11 Amaris Smith (1996)............................................. 11 Jessica Fuston (2010)............................................ 11 8. Kristi Patterson (1995).......................................... 10 Amy Rutstein (1995)............................................. 10 10. Brittney Harrison (2006)......................................... 9 Amaris Smith (1997)............................................... 9 Kristi Patterson (1994)............................................ 9 ASSISTS 1. Taylor Lytle (2009)................................................ 11 2. Kristi Patterson (1994)............................................ 9 Kristy Frantz (1998)................................................ 9 4. Kristy Frantz (1996)................................................ 8 Taylor Lytle (2008).................................................. 8 6. Jennifer Benat (1995)............................................. 7 7. Shannon Brooks (1995).......................................... 6 Lauren Yelinek (2008)............................................. 6 Conner Williams (2009).......................................... 6 Jessica Disabella (2010).......................................... 6

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Kristi Patterson (1995)............................................ 5 Kristi Frantz (1996)................................................. 5 3. Kristi Patterson (1996)............................................ 4 Amy Rutstein (1998)............................................... 4 Carrie Graham (1999)............................................. 4 Brittney Harrison (2009)......................................... 4 Jessica Fuston (2010).............................................. 4 8. Jessica Fuston (2011).............................................. 3 Zhaleh Rezaie (2007).............................................. 3 Brittney Harrison (2008)......................................... 3 Dawn Ward (2009).................................................. 3 SHOT ATTEMPTS 1. Taylor Lytle (2009)................................................ 91 2. Jennifer Hamm (1999).......................................... 78 3. Zhaleh Rezaie (2007)............................................ 73 4. Kristy Frantz (1996).............................................. 72 5. Carrie Graham (2000)........................................... 69 6. Kristy Frantz (1997).............................................. 67 7. Kristi Patterson (1995).......................................... 65 8. Carrie Graha (1999)............................................... 63 Taylor Lytle (2008)................................................ 63 10. Jessica Fuston (2011)............................................ 60 11. Amaris Smith (1996)............................................. 59 12. Jennifer Hamm (1998).......................................... 58 Jessica Fuston (2011)............................................ 58

GOALKEEPER RECORDS SINGLE SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Must have 300 total minutes over season) 1. Gabby Kaufman (2011)...................................... 0.86 2. Victoria Esson (2011)......................................... 0.89 3. Melissa Keys (1994)........................................... 0.91 4. Colleen Pitts (2010)........................................... 1.10 5. Colleen Pitts (2009)........................................... 1.22 6. Stephanie Carter (1994)..................................... 1.33 7. Erin Wikelius (2010)........................................... 1.46 8. Tina Rincon (2006)............................................. 1.48 Tina Rincon (2008)............................................. 1.48 10. Lizzie Pruitt (1996)............................................ 1.51 SINGLE SEASON SAVES 1. Stephanie Carter (1995)...................................... 141 2. Brittney Peese (2001)......................................... 104 3. Lizzie Pruitt (1996)............................................... 97 4. Tina Rincon (2007)................................................ 96 5. Megan Knauss (2003)........................................... 93 6. Tina Rincon (2008)................................................ 88 7. Tina Rincon (2006)................................................ 86 8. Brittney Peese (2000)........................................... 84 9. Megan Knauss (2005)........................................... 84 10. Brittney Peese (1999)........................................... 76 SINGLE SEASON SHUTOUTS 1. Stephanie Carter (1995).......................................... 8 2. Victoria Esson (2011).............................................. 7 3. Colleen Pitts (2010)................................................ 6 4. Tina Rincon (2007).................................................. 5 Tina Rincon (2008).................................................. 5 Brittney Peese (1999)............................................. 5 Lizzie Pruitt (1996)................................................. 5 8. Brittney Peese (1998)............................................. 4 Melissa Keys (1994)................................................ 4 Erin Wikelius (2010)................................................ 4 11. Tina Rincon (2006).................................................. 3 Colleen Pitts (2009)................................................ 3 MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 1. Colleen Pitts (2010)................................................ 5 2. Victoria Esson (2011).............................................. 3 Melissa Keys (1994)................................................ 3 4. Several Tied............................................................ 2

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CAREER RECORDS 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. Amaris Smith (1996-97)....................................... 46 7. Julie Clement (1994-97)....................................... 44 8. Dawn Ward (2009-).............................................. 43 9. Carrie Graham (1999-01)...................................... 41 10. Jennifer Benat (1995-98)...................................... 39 GOALS 1. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)......................................... 41 2. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)..................................... 30 3. Amy Rustein (1995-98)......................................... 28 4. Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................. 24 5. Jessica Fuston....................................................... 19 Dawn Ward........................................................... 19 5. Carrie Graham (1999-01)...................................... 18 7. Julie Clement (1994-96)....................................... 15 Melanie Brosnahan (2000-01) ............................. 15 9. Taylor Lytle (2008-11)........................................... 14 Jennifer Benat (1995-98)...................................... 14 10. Amaris Smith (1996-97)....................................... 13 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. Lindsay Thompson (1997-00)................................. 9 Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................... 9 9. Jennifer Hamm (1998-99)...................................... 8 10. Amy Rutstein (1995-98)......................................... 7 Kelly Taylor (1997-00)............................................. 7

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GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)..................................... 11 2. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)......................................... 10 Brittney Harrison (2006-09).................................. 10 4. Jessica Fuston (2010-)............................................ 7 5. Amy Rutsein (1995-98)........................................... 5 Carrie Graham (1999-01)........................................ 5 Zhaleh Rezaie (2006-09)......................................... 5 8. Jennifer Benat (1995-98)........................................ 4 Amaris Smith (1996-97)......................................... 4 Priscilla Esquivel (2004-07)..................................... 4 Jessica Fuston (2010-Pres)...................................... 4 SHOT ATTEMPTS 1. Kristy Frantz (1996-99)....................................... 248 2. Taylor Lytle (2008-11)......................................... 247 3. Zhaleh Rezaie (2006-09)..................................... 172 4. Kristi Patterson (1994-96)................................... 169 5. Carre Graham (1999-01)..................................... 158 6. Jennifer Hamm (1998-99).................................. 136 7. Julie Clement (1994-97)..................................... 134 8. Priscilla Esquivel (2004-07)................................. 133 Brittney Harrison (2006-09)................................ 133 10. Amy Rutstein (1995-98)..................................... 121

GOALKEEPER RECORDS CAREER SAVES 1. Brittney Peese (1998-01).................................... 329 2. Tina Rincon (2004-08)........................................ 305 3. Megan Knauss (2002-05).................................... 266 4. Beth Lippert (2003-05)....................................... 175 5. Stephanie Carter (1994-95)................................ 141 6. Lizzie Pruitt (1996)............................................... 97 7. Colleen Pitts (2006-10)......................................... 89 8. Kellie McCallister (1997-99).................................. 82 CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. Tina Rincon (2004-08).......................................... 13 2. Stephanie Carter (1994-95).................................. 11 3. Brittney Peese (1998-01)................................... 10.5 4. Colleen Pitts (2006-10)........................................... 9 5. Victoria Esson (2011-)............................................. 7 6. Lizzie Pruitt (1996-97)............................................ 6 7. Erin Wikelius (2009-Pres)........................................ 4 CAREER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Must have 600 career total minutes) 1. Melissa Keys (1994)........................................... 0.91 2. Colleen Pitts (2006-2010).................................. 1.20 3. Stephanie Carter (1994-95)............................... 1.51 4. Tina Rincon (2004-08)....................................... 1.67 5. Erin Wikelius (2009-Pres)................................... 1.71 6. Lizzie Pruitt (1996-97)....................................... 1.83 7. Kellie McCallister (1997-99)............................... 2.11 8. Brittney Peese (1998-01)................................... 2.56 9. Megan Knauss (2002-05)................................... 2.97 10. Beth Lipert (2002-05)........................................ 3.50

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HONORS AND AWARDS NSCAA/UMBRO ALL-CENTRAL REGION Second Team Kristy Frantz.......................................1997 Jennifer Hamm..................................1998 Taylor Lytle.........................................2009 Taylor Lytle.........................................2011 Third Team Kristy Frantz.......................................1996 Jennifer Hamm..................................1999 Jaelene Hinkle....................................2011 SOCCER BUZZ MAGAZINE All-Freshman Central Team Kristy Frantz.......................................1996 Taylor Lytle.........................................2008 CENTRAL REGION Second Team Brittney Harrison................................2007 NATIONAL ALL-FRESHMAN Third Team Taylor Lytle.........................................2008 ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK Brittney Harrison......................... 10-17-07 Brittney Harrison......................... 10-24-07 SOCCER AMERICA MAGAZINE Team of the Week Brittney Harrison......................... 10-23-07 TOPDRAWERSOCCER.COM Team of the Week Jessica Fuston............................... 8-23-10 CS360 Primetime Performer Mallory Yacullo.............................. 10-4-10

GTE/SWC ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Raney Terrell......................................1995 GTE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA Jennifer Wood....................................1996

ALL-BIG 12 First Team Jennifer Hamm...................................1998 Taylor Lytle..........................................2009 Second Team Kristy Frantz........................................1996 Kristy Frantz........................................1997 Kristy Frantz........................................1998 Jennifer Hamm...................................1999 Kerri Campbell....................................2002 Brittney Harrison.................................2007 Taylor Lytle..........................................2008 Jessica Fuston.....................................2010 Whitney Sharpe..................................2010 Jaelene Hinkle................................... 2011 Taylor Lytle..........................................2011 Newcomer Team Brittney Harrison.................................2006 Taylor Lytle..........................................2008 Morgan Johnson.................................2009 Tiffini Smith........................................2009 Dawn Ward.........................................2009 Jessica Fuston.....................................2010 Whitney Sharpe..................................2010 Victoria Esson......................................2011 Jaelene Hinkle.....................................2011 SIDS ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team Kristy Frantz........................................1996 ALL-BIG 12 TOURNAMENT Brittney Harrison.................................2007 BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Amy Rutstein...............................10-20-98 Jessica Fuston................................9-27-11 Victoria Esson.................................10-4-11

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Brittney Peese................................10-2-00 Brittney Harrison..........................10-16-07 Colleen Pitts...................................8-24-10 Victoria Esson.................................8-23-11 Victoria Esson.................................9-20-11 Victoria Esson.................................9-27-11 NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK Ashley Reed.................................10-26-04 Brittney Harrison............................10-3-06 Dawn Ward....................................9-22-09 Jessica Fuston................................8-31-10 Jessica Disabella.............................9-13-10 Jessica Fuston..............................10-19-10 Jessica Fuston..............................10-26-10

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 First Team Alex Aton............................................2005 Jennifer Benat............................... 1997-98 Emmie Bennett............................. 2008-09 Lizzy Biles..................................... 1998-99 Tiana Boyea................................... 2001-03 Shanna Brown.....................................2006 JoDee Campbell..................................2000 Sarabeth Clopton.......................... 2007-09 Kim Cypert.................................... 2005-07 CeCe Dillon.................................... 1997-99 Jessica Disabella..................................2011 Sarah Ellison.......................................2010 Sarah Ellison.......................................2011 Maggie Fete.................................. 2009-10 Maggie Fete........................................2011 Jessica Fuston.....................................2011 Haley Fowler.......................................2010 Kristy Frantz.................................. 1997-98 Roxanne Frilot.....................................2002 Carrie Graham............................... 2000-01 Megan Knauss.....................................2005 Haley Haagsma...................................2011 Brittney Harrison........................... 2007-09 Katie Hinds.................................... 2008-09 Megan Hoffert..........................2007, 2009 Jennifer Kammerer....................... 2007-09 Beth Lippert........................................2005 Lauren Lothrop....................................2005 Tracy Loyd..................................... 2001-02 Amy Mathiak.......................................2005 Rachel Mavris......................................2001 Casey McCall................................. 2009-10 Casey McCall.......................................2011 Ellen McNamara..................................2001 Leanne Mihelich..................................2010 Ana Morton................................... 2004-06 Ana Ontiveroz......................................2000 Brittney Peese............................... 1999-01 Ashlyn Peterson............................ 1997-99 Colleen Pitts........................................2010 Chessa Purser................................ 2006-07 Ashley Reed........................................2005 Tina Rincon................................... 2006-08 Lindsey Scott.......................................2001 Allison Seifert................................ 2002-04 Shannon Sims............................... 2006-08 Debra Smith........................................1998 Tiffini Smith........................................2010 Tiffini Smith........................................2011 Lauren Taylor.......................................1999 Lindsay Thompson..............................1999 Marie Valdez,................................ 1999-01 Jenna Wetzel.......................................2004 Maegan Wilber.............................. 2007-09 Lindsey Wile.................................. 2001-02 Jennifer Wood.....................................1997

Katie Woodburn..................................1996 Second Team Melanie Brosnahan.............................2001 Karen De Leon.....................................2009 Karen Stephens............................. 2004-05 Lindsey Thompson..............................2000 Kelly Taylor..........................................2000 Madison Terry.....................................2011 Kim Warren.........................................2004 Jenna Wetzel.......................................2005 Lindsey Wile........................................2000 Honorable Mention Lizzy Biles...........................................1997 Crystal Dady........................................1997 Amy Rutstein......................................1998 Raney Terrell.......................................1996 Crystal Zachry.....................................1996 DR. GERALD LAGE AWARD Maggie Fete.................................. 2011-12

ALL-SWC FIRST TEAM Kristi Patterson....................................1995

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Date 9/6 9/11 9/15 9/17 9/10 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/9 10/14 10/15 10/23 11/1 11/4 11/5

1994 Record: 9-5-1 Head Coach: Diane Nichols Opponent Score Hardin Simmons W, 5-0 at Texas L, 0-5 TCU T, 1-1 College of Southwest W, 3-0 Richland College W, 5-0 at North Texas W, 7-0 at TCU L, 1-2 (2OT) UTEP W, 3-0 Texas A&M L, 1-3 at College of Southwest W, 5-0 at UTEP W, 4-0 New Mexico St. W, 4-1 at Hardin-Simmons W, 6-0 at Arizona L, 1-3 at Nebraska L, 0-3

1995 Record: 12-7-2 Southwest Conference: 1-3 Head Coach: Diane Nichols Date Opponent 9/2 North Texas 9/4 ISU 9/8 Oklahoma Christian 9/10 College of Southwest 9/13 at Angelo State 9/16 at Oral Roberts 9/17 at Tulsa 9/20 Angelo State 9/24 at North Texas 9/25 at SMU* 9/29 Stephen F. Austin 10/1 Centenary 10/4 TCU* 10/8 at Texas A&M* 10/21 Wyoming 10/22 at New Mexico 10/25 Texas* 10/28 Ark.-Little Rock 10/29 Centenary 11/2 TCU^ 11/4 SMU^ *Southwest Conference Match ^Southwest Conference Tournament

Date 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13

1996 Record: 13-8-0 Big 12: 5-4 Head Coach: Diane Nichols Opponent UTEP Tulsa at Mississippi at Brewton Parker Colorado* Oklahoma State* at Stetson at Central Florida at Kansas* at Missouri* Oral Roberts South Alabama at Texas A&M* at Texas*

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Score W, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 5-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-4 W, 2-0 T, 3-3 L, 0-3 W, 10-0 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 L, 0-2 W, 3-2 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-6

Score W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-4 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 W, 7-2 L, 2-8 W, 2-1

10/18 Baylor* 10/20 Southwest Mo. State 10/25 Iowa State* 10/27 Nebraska* 10/30 TCU 10/31 North Texas 11/8 vs. Missouri^ *Big 12 Conference Match ^Big 12 Championship 1997 Record: 7-11-0 Big 12: 4-6-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Date Opponent 8/29 New Mexico 8/31 Mississippi 9/5 at Oklahoma* 9/7 at Oklahoma State* 9/12 Kansas* 9/14 Missouri* 9/17 at Baylor* 9/21 Texas* 9/26 at Iowa State* 9/28 at Nebraska* 10/1 TCU 10/4 vs. Georgia 10/5 at South Alabama 10/10 Texas A&M* 10/17 vs. Colorado College 10/19 vs. Colorado* 10/31 at Stephen F. Austin 11/2 at Centenary *Big 12 Conference Match 1998 Record: 7-7-3 Big 12: 3-5-2 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Date Opponent 9/1 SMU 9/11 vs. Towson State 9/13 at Maryland 9/18 at Butler 9/20 vs. Evansville 9/25 TCU 10/2 at Missouri* 10/9 at Texas* 10/11 at Texas A&M* 10/12 vs. Kansas* 10/16 Oklahoma State* 10/18 Oklahoma* 10/21 Baylor* 10/23 Colorado* 10/25 Colorado College 10/30 Nebraska* 11/1 Iowa State* *Big 12 Conference Match

Date 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12

L, 0-1 W, 5-1 W, 4-0 L, 0-2 W, 5-1 L, 0-2 L, 2-3

Score L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-3 L, 0-5 L, 0-2 L, 2-4 L, 0-5 L, 3-4 W, 4-0 L, 1-2 L, 2-4 L, 1-4 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-1

Score L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-2 T, 2-2 W, 3-2 L, 3-5 T, 3-3 L, 0-6 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 T, 0-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-7 L, 0-3

1999 Record: 8-11-1 Big 12: 4-6-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Opponent Score at Nebraska* L, 0-1 at Iowa State* L, 0-4 West Texas A&M W, 3-2 Arkansas L, 0-2 at UTEP W, 1-0 vs. New Mexico T, 1-1

9/18 North Texas 9/19 Syracuse 9/24 at TCU 9/25 vs. Northwestern St. 10/1 Missouri* 10/3 Kansas* 10/8 Texas* 10/10 Texas A&M* 10/15 at Oklahoma State* 10/17 at Oklahoma* 10/22 at Colorado* 10/24 at Denver 10/30 at Baylor* 11/3 vs. Nebraska^ *Big 12 Conference Match ^Big 12 Championship

W, 3-0 L, 0-4 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 4-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 L, 2-5 L, 1-10

2000 Record: 4-14-0 Big 12: 2-8-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Date Opponent 8/27 at North Texas 8/29 at TCU 9/1 at LSU 9/3 vs. Ole Miss 9/8 at Portland State 9/10 at Portland 9/15 West Texas A&M 9/17 Tulsa 9/22 at Texas A&M* 9/24 at Texas* 9/29 Oklahoma* 10/1 Oklahoma State* 10/6 at Kansas* 10/8 at Missouri* 10/15 Baylor* 10/20 Iowa State* 10/22 Nebraska* 10/27 at Colorado* *Big 12 Conference Match

Score L, 0-1 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 5-1 L, 5-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-4 L, 0-2

2001 Record: 4-15-0 Big 12: 0-10-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Date Opponent Score 8/31 TCU L, 1-2 (OT) 9/2 at Arkansas L, 1-6 9/8 UTEP W, 3-2 (OT) 9/9 Denver L, 0-4 9/16 at New Mexico W, 4-1 9/21 at Oral Roberts L, 4-5 (OT) 9/23 at Tulsa L, 1-4 9/28 Texas A&M* L, 1-4 9/30 Texas* L, 1-4 10/5 at Oklahoma* L, 0-3 10/7 at Oklahoma State* L, 1-2 10/10 West Texas A&M W, 1-0 10/12 Kansas* L, 2-3 10/14 Missouri* L, 1-4 10/17 Stephen F. Austin W, 6-1 10/21 at Baylor* L, 0-7 10/26 at Iowa State* L, 1-4 10/28 at Nebraska* L, 1-8 11/2 Colorado* L, 1-2 *Big 12 Conference Match

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Date 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/10 9/13 9/14 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/18

2002 Record: 2-17-0 Big 12: 0-10-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Opponent vs. Colgate at Syracuse Southwest Texas West Texas A&M at UTEP vs. New Mexico vs. Idaho State vs. Florida Atlantic at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma* Missouri* Kansas* at Texas* at Texas A&M* Nebraska*

10/20 Colorado* 10/25 at Northern Iowa 10/27 at Iowa St.* 11/1 Baylor* *Big 12 Conference Match

Score W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 4-2 L, 2-0 L, 4-0 L, 5-1 L, 2-1 L, 5-1 L, 6-2 L, 4-0 L, 4-0 L, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 4-0

2003 Record: 3-13-1 Big 12: 2-8-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Date Opponent Score 8/31 at Oral Roberts L, 3-0 9/5 at SMU L, 2-0 9/7 at TCU L, 1-0 9/14 at North Texas L, 1-0 9/19 at Stephen F. Austin T, 1-1 9/21 at SW Texas State W, 3-1 9/26 at Oklahoma State* L, 6-0 9/28 Kansas* W, 3-2 10/3 Colorado* L, 5-1 10/5 Nebraska* L, 3-1 10/10 at Texas A&M* L, 8-0 10/12 at Texas* L, 7-0 10/17 at Oklahoma* L, 4-1 10/19 UTEP L, 2-1 10/24 Iowa St.* L, 3-0 10/26 Missouri* W, 3-1 10/31 at Baylor* L, 3-0 *Big 12 Conference Match

Date 8/27 8/29 9/4 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8

2004 Record: 3-16-0 Big 12: 0-10-0 Head Coach: Felix Oskam Opponent Oral Roberts TCU at New Mexico vs. Portland State Angelo State Notre Dame at UTEP vs. Weber State Texas* Texas A&M* at Kansas* Iowa State* Oklahoma State*

Score W, 6-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-5 W, 2-1 W, 4-2 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-5 L, 0-3 L, 2-4

10/10 Oklahoma* 10/15 at Nebraska* 10/17 at Colorado* 10/22 at Missouri* 10/24 at SE Missouri State 10/29 Baylor* *Big 12 Conference Match

L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-7 L, 1-4 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 (2OT)

2005 Record: 1-18-0 Big 12: 0-10-0 Head Coach: Neil McGuire Date Opponent Score 8/26 at TCU L, 0-4 8/28 SMU L, 1-3 8/30 at Sam Houston St. W, 3-2 OT 9/2 Northwestern L, 1-4 9/4 Minnesota L, 0-2 9/9 at Oral Roberts L, 1-2 9/11 at Tulsa L, 0-4 9/16 at UTEP L, 2-4 9/23 Iowa State* L, 2-6 9/30 at #25 Oklahoma* L, 0-2 10/2 at Oklahoma St. * L, 0-5 10/7 at Colorado College L, 0-1 10/9 at Texas* L, 0-6 10/14 Kansas* L, 0-4 10/16 Missouri* L, 1-4 10/21 at Baylor* L, 1-2 10/23 at #14 Texas A&M* L, 0-7 10/28 Colorado* L, 0-5 10/30 #22 Nebraska* L, 1-4 *Big 12 Conference Match 2006 Record: 7-11-2 Big 12: 2-7-1 Head Coach: Neil McGuire Date Opponent Score 8/25 at Texas-San Antonio W, 2-0 8/27 TCU W, 2-0 9/1 at #21 Purdue L, 0-4 9/2 at Indiana L, 0-4 9/8 Prairie View A&M W, 10-0 9/10 Colorado College L, 1-2 9/15 UTEP L, 0-1 (OT) 9/17 Northwestern State W, 3-0 9/22 Texas* L, 0-2 9/24 Texas A&M* L, 2-4 9/29 at #17 Missouri* W, 3-1 10/1 at Iowa State* L, 0-1 10/6 at S. Dakota St. T, 0-0 (TO2) 10/8 at Nebraska* L, 1-2 10/10 Texas State W, 3-0 10/13 Oklahoma* L, 0-1 10/15 #12 Oklahoma St.* T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/20 at Colorado* L, 0-3 10/22 at Kansas* L, 0-3 10/27 Baylor* W, 2-0 *Big 12 Conference Match

Date 8/31 9/2 9/5

2007 Record: 7-8-2 Big 12: 5-4-1 Head Coach: Tom Stone Opponent at Georgia vs. Vanderbilt at Texas State

Score L, 1-4 L, 0-1 W, 3-0

9/9 Texas-San Antonio 9/14 at TCU 9/16 at SMU 9/28 at Colorado* 9/30 at Texas* 10/5 Missouri* 10/7 Kansas* 10/12 Iowa State* 10/14 Nebraska* 10/19 at Oklahoma* 10/21 Oklahoma State* 10/26 at Baylor* 10/28 at Texas A&M* 11/7 vs. Missouri^ *Big 12 Conference Match ^ Big 12 Championship

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

2008 Record: 8-10-1 Big 12: 3-7-0 Head Coach: Tom Stone Date Opponent Score 8/22 Lamar W, 4-0 8/29 Colorado* L, 2-3 8/31 at Texas-San Antonio W, 3-0 9/5 at Middle Tennessee St. T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/7 vs. Alabama A&M W, 5-0 9/12 Arizona L, 1-2 9/14 Northwestern State W, 5-1 9/18 Oral Roberts W, 4-0 9/26 at Oklahoma State* L, 1-5 9/28 Oklahoma* W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/3 at Kansas* L, 0-2 10/5 at Missouri* L, 0-2 10/10 Baylor* W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/12 Texas* L, 0-1 10/17 at Iowa State* W, 2-0 10/19 at Nebraska* L, 0-3 10/24 Texas A&M* L, 0-1 10/26 TCU L, 2-3 11/5 Oklahoma State^ L, 0-3 *Big 12 Conference Match ^ Big 12 Championship 2009 Record: 8-8-4 Big 12: 3-4-3 Head Coach: Tom Stone Date Opponent Score 8/21 Texas-San Antonio W, 5-0 8/28 vs. Utah State L, 2-3 8/30 at UTEP W, 4-3 9/4 at TCU W, 4-3 (2OT) 9/6 at North Texas L, 1-2 (OT) 9/11 vs. Vanderbilt W, 3-1 9/13 at Auburn L, 2-3 9/18 Alabama% L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/20 Weber State% W, 2-1 9/25 Iowa State* W, 2-0 9/27 Nebraska* T, 3-3 (2OT) 10/2 Baylor* W, 1-0 10/4 Oklahoma* W, 3-1 10/9 at Kansas* L, 2-3 10/11 at Missouri* L, 1-2 10/16 Oklahoma State* L, 1-2 10/23 at Texas* T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/25 at Texas A&M* T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/30 at Colorado* L, 0-2 11/2 vs. Kansas^ T, 1-1 (2OT) % Red Raider Classic *Big 12 Conference Match

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Date 8/20 8/22 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/4 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/22 10/24 10/29 11/3

2010 Record: 11-8-1 Big 12: 4-5-1 Head Coach: Tom Stone Opponent Score TCU W, 3-0 Texas State W, 2-0 at Northwestern State W, 4-0 at Rice W, 2-0 vs. Ole Miss# W, 2-0 at Notre Dame# L, 0-2 North Texas% W, 1-0 Oral Roberts% W, 1-0 at Alabama L, 0-1 at Oklahoma* W, 3-1 at Oklahoma State* L, 0-2 Colorado* W, 1-0 Nebraska* L, 4-5 (OT) at Texas* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Texas A&M* L, 0-4 Kansas* W, 2-0 Iowa State* W, 3-2 (OT) Missouri* L, 2-5 at Baylor* L, 1-3 vs. Oklahoma State^ L, 1-3

#Inn at Saint Mary’s Classic % Red Raider Classic *Big 12 Conference Match ^ Big 12 Championship

Date 8/19 8/21 8/26 8/28 9/2 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/27 11/2

2011 Record: 10-8-2 Big 12: 3-4-1 Head Coach: Tom Stone Opponent Score Rice W 1-0 New Mexico State W 1-0 Ole Miss L 0-1 St. Mary’s W 2-0 at Florida L 0-3 Hofstra% L 2-1 (OT) Toledo% W 3-0 at Arizona State W 5-0 at Arizona T 0-0 vs. Missouri* W 1-0 vs. Northern Arizona W 5-0 at Baylor* T 0-0 at Oklahoma* W 2-0 vs. Texas A&M* L 0-2 at TCU W 2-1 vs. Kansas* L 1-3 vs. Texas* W 3-2 (2OT) at Iowa State* L 0-1 (2OT) at Oklahoma State* L 0-2 vs. Texas ^ L 0-1

% Red Raider Classic *Big 12 Conference Match ^ Big 12 Championship

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HISTORY

HEAD COACHES’ RECORDS Name

Tenure (Yrs)

Diane Nichols

1994-96 (3)

34-20-3

6-7-0

Felix Oskams

1997-04 (8)

38-104-5

15-63-2

Neil McGuire

2005-06 (2)

8-29-2

2-17-1

2007-Present (5)

44-42-10

18-24-6

18 seasons

124-194-20

41-111-9

Tom Stone Overall

Overall

Conf.

VICTORIA ESSON Junior

Four-Time Big 12 Player of the Week All-Big 12 Newcomer Selection Seven Shutouts in 2011

“To educate, serve and grow FEARLESS CHAMPIONS.”


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