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Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.

Guide Contents Quick Facts........................................................................................1 2010 Numerical Roster.......................................................................2 Head Coach Vianney Campos............................................................3 Assistant Coach Austin Pile................................................................3

2010 RECAP Game-by-Game Results....................................................................14 Individual Statistics..........................................................................15 NorPac Conference Recap.......................................................... 16-17

PLAYER PROFILES Nadia Namdari, Kristen Lopez...........................................................4 Kelly Dudek, Erinne Boyd..................................................................5 Lydia Bramila, Casey Wollbrinck........................................................6 Lindsey Valadez, Amanda Marinac.....................................................7 Ashley Haight, Emily Mecke...............................................................8 Liz Siemion, Conley Craven...............................................................9 Marissa Hughes, Lauren Sawvelle.....................................................10 Sarah Schneider, Maggie Barry, Natalie DeWindt..............................11 Nicole Schouwenaar, Hillary Lawson, Danielle Herrington, Carly Schoch.................................................................................12 Mattie Maloney, Bailey McDade, Cloey LemMon..............................13

CAMPUS SECTION This is UC Davis.............................................................................. i-ii About UC Davis Athletics..............................................................iii-iv Facilities Overview.........................................................................v-vi UC Davis Student Athletes...............................................................vii

2010 Quick Facts School Address Established/Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors National Affiliation Conference Home Sites:

University of California, Davis (UC Davis) One Shields Avenue / Davis, CA 95616 1905/1908 32,153 Aggies Yale Blue & Gold NCAA Division I NorPac Conference Aggie Stadium (10,849)

Chancellor Director of Athletics Senior Associate A.D. Compliance, Eligibility & Sports Med.. Ext. Affairs & Resource Dev.: Executive Assistant A.D. Assistant A.D.s Media Relations: Football Ops & Event Mgmt: Marketing & Promotions: Compliance: Development: Faculty Athletic Rep. Head Athletic Trainer Director of Academic Services

Dr. Linda Katehi (Athens Polytechnic ’77) Greg Warzecka (California ’73) Nona Richardson (Michigan State ’83) Cindy Spiro (Pacific ’76) Mike Bazemore (Sam Houston State ’82) Mike Robles (Cal Poly ’88) Josh Flushman (UC Davis ’00) Scott Brayton (UC Davis ‘94) Jennifer Cardone (Adelphi ‘90) Mike Angius (UC Davis ‘77) Dr. Catherine VandeVoort (Iowa State ’72) Jeff Hogan (UC Davis ’81) Michelle Roppeau (Carleton)

Head Coach: Career Record: UC Davis Record: Coach’s Office: Coach’s E-Mail Address: Coach’s Phone:

Vianney Campos 3-15 (.167), 1 year Same Hickey Gym One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 vacampos@ucdavis.edu (530) 219-1679

Assistant Coach: Email: Phone:

Austin Pile aspile@ucdavis.edu (530) 219-2887

Media Relations Contact: Media Relations Office: Burns’ E-Mail Address: Media Relations FAX: Official Website:

Ryan Burns (530) 752-3505 rsburns@ucdavis.edu (530) 754-5674 http://www.ucdavisaggies.com

2009 Record: Letterwinners Ret/Lost: Starters Ret/Lost:

3-15, 0-6 NorPac (4th) 15/7 9/2

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2010 Roster No

Player

Pos

Ht

Yr

Hometown

Previous School(s)

Major

2

Maggie BARRY

F

5-6

RFr.

Carlsbad, Calif.

San Dieguito HS ’09

Undeclared

3

Natalie DeWINDT

F

5-9

RFr.

Escondido, Calif.

Valley Center HS ’09

Exploratory

4

Nadia NAMDARI*

F

5-2

So.

Escondido, Calif.

San Pasqual HS ’09

Psychology

5

Kristen LOPEZ*

D

5-6

Jr.

San Diego, Calif.

Scripps Ranch HS ’08

Exercise Biology

6

Kelly DUDEK*

D

5-5

So.

San Diego, Calif.

Scripps Ranch HS ’09

Civil Engineering

7

Carly SCHOCH

F

5-0

Fr.

Chula Vista, Calif.

Bonita HS ’10

Undeclared

8

Erinne BOYD*

D

5-6

So.

San Diego, Calif.

Scripps Ranch HS ’09

Exploratory

9

Lydia BRAMBILA*

MF/D

5-7

So.

Fallbrook, Calif.

Fallbrook HS ’09

Biological Sciences

10

Casey WOLLBRINCK*

D

5-7

Jr.

San Jose, Calif.

Cal Poly/Archbishop Mitty HS ’08

Viticulture & Enology

11

Mattie MALONEY

D

5-4

Fr.

Corning, Calif.

Corning Union HS ’10

Anthropology

12

Lindsey VALADEZ*

D

5-5

Jr.

Gilroy, Calif.

Gilroy HS ’08

Human Development

13

Amanda MARINAC*

MF/D

5-3

So.

Vista, Calif.

Rancho Buena Vista HS ’09

Communication

14

Bailey McDADE

F

5-7

Fr.

Fairfax, Va.

Fairfax HS ’10

Animal Science

16

Cloey LEMMON

F

5-8

Fr.

Morgan Hill, Calif.

Presentation HS ’10

Human Development

17

Ashley HAIGHT*

MF

5-4

So.

San Jose, Calif.

Willow Glen HS ’09

Psychology

18

Nicole SCHOUWENAAR

MF

5-5

So.

Soestduinen, The Netherlands

Het Baarnsch Lyceum ’08

Exploratory

19

Emily MECKE*

F

5-6

So.

Carlsbad, Calif.

San Dieguito HS ’09

Environmental Science & Management

21

Hillary LAWSON

D/MF

5-7

RFr.

Poway, Calif.

Poway HS ’09

Cell Biology

22

Danielle HERRINGTON

GK

5-6

RFr.

Huntington Beach, Calif.

Edison HS ’09

Undeclared

24

Liz SIEMION*

F

5-4

So.

Carlsbad, Calif.

San Dieguito HS ’09

Undeclared

25

Conley CRAVEN*

GK

5-7

So.

Tulsa, Okla.

Holland Hall HS ’09

Exploratory

27

Marissa HUGHES*

F

5-3

So.

Vista, Calif.

Rancho Buena Vista HS ’09

Exploratory

28

Lauren SAWVELLE*

GK

5-3

So.

San Diego, Calif.

Missouri State/Scripps Ranch HS ’08

Psychology

30

Sarah SCHNEIDER*

MF/D

5-6

Jr.

Poway, Calif.

Poway HS ’07

Chemistry

* - denotes years played at UC Davis

Vianney CAMPOS Austin PILE

Head Coach, 2nd Year (Pacific ‘07) Assistant Coach, 1st Year (Colorado State ’08)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Lydia BRAMBILA: “bram-BEE-lah” Ashley HAIGHT: like “hate” Cloey LEMMON: “leh-MAHN” Emily MECKE: “MEH-kee” (similar to “Mickey”) Nadia NAMDARI: “nam-DAH-ree” Carly SCHOCH: like “shook” Nicole SCHOUWENAAR: “SKOW-wuh-nahr” Liz SIEMION: “SIM-mee-un” VIANNEY Campos: “VEE-uh-NAY”



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Coaching Staff

VIANNEY CAMPOS

AUSTIN PILE

Head Coach 2nd Year Pacific ‘07

Assistant Coach 1st Year Colorado State ‘08

Vianney Campos is in her second year with the Aggies after being named the head coach of UC Davis’ re-established women’s field hockey program in November of 2008. Campos came to UC Davis after serving as an assistant coach at Pacific for the previous two years. Prior to that, she completed a stellar playing career for the Tigers. Campos assisted in all facets of Pacific’s women’s field hockey program since joining the staff. She has also served as a Futures coach for USA Field Hockey since 2007 and served the organization in a volunteer capacity at its 2007 U-14 Regional Rumble. In addition, she has a wealth of experience coaching at various camps for the past four years in some of the strongest recruiting areas in the nation. Campos also directed the Pacific Tiger Cub Camp for the past two years. As a four-year starter at Pacific, Campos helped lead the Tigers to 39 victories. As a senior, she led the nation in points per game (3.79) and goals per game (1.68). In all, she posted 32 goals and tallied 72 points during her final season. Also that year, Campos was named first-team All-America by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). She was also selected to play in the 2006 NFHCA Senior All-Star game. Her collegiate career featured three conference offensive player of the year awards as well as being named to the NorPac First Team All-Conference Team all four years. Campos was named to the NFHCA All-West Region Team four times. In addition to her Tiger career, Campos has been a member of the USA National Team Developmental Squad since 2007. She has traveled with the team to compete in Azerbaijan as well as in various games against Canada and a team from Japan.

Austin Pile joined the UC Davis field hockey staff in 2010. He comes to the Aggies following a three-year stint as an assistant coach for one of the top high school programs in Colorado. Pile most recently served as an assistant coach with Cherry Creek High School in Englewood, Colo. He helped guide the team to the Colorado State championship in 2007. Pile’s coaching experience has included work as a Futures Coach with USA Field Hockey, and he also worked three years as a volunteer assistant at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, Colo. Pile was a member of the U.S. Junior National men’s team for which he played in several tournaments in eight different countries. He is a 2008 graduate of Colorado State.

PILE AT A GLANCE EDUCATION Colorado State, 2008 COACHING EXPERIENCE Assistant Coach, UC Davis (2010-present) Assistant Coach, Cherry Creek High School (2007-09) PLAYING EXPERIENCE U.S. Junior National Men’s Team

CAMPOS AT A GLANCE EDUCATION (M.A., Sport Science), Pacific, 2008 (B.A., Sociology) Pacific, 2007 COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach, UC Davis (2009-present) Assistant Coach, Pacific (2007-08) PLAYING EXPERIENCE Pacific (2003-06)

UC Davis coaches Vianney Campos and Austin Pile with 2010 team captains Casey Wollbrinck, Lindsey Valadez and Kristen Lopez.

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Aggie Profiles

NADIA NAMDARI

KRISTEN LOPEZ

Forward • 5-2 • So. Escondido, Calif. San Pasqual HS ’09

Defender • 5-6 • Jr. San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch HS ’08

4 2009: Finished T3rd on team in both points (5) and goals (2)... Played in 17 games, starting 3... Picked up her first score against Davidson (off assist from Ashley Haight) then scored team’s lone goal in 2-1 loss at Pacific (10/31)... Assisted on Rachel Sabes’ score against Cal (10/25)... Had 10 shots on goal and 15 overall. SAN PASQUAL HS ’09: Team co-captain who scored 13 goals and finished with 8 assists as a senior while garnering first-team All-Avocado League honors... A first-team All-North County selection while being named second-team All-Section...Led the team in goals as both a junior and senior... Team finished as a section runner-up in 2007 and 2008... Named Scholar Athlete three times and was selected to the All-Star Team for US Field Hockey’s National Indoor Tournament as a junior.... Twice named to All-Academic Team by San Diego Union-Tribune... Played club for the Wargles in Escondido who were the North County Indoor high school champions in 2007 and 2008. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Psychology major... Daughter of Leslie and Homi Namdari... Related to Joe DeBerry, who played baseball for the St. Louis Browns in the early 1920’s... Hopes to have a career in law enforcement... Best athletes she has faced are the members of the U.S. Olympic Team in May 2009 at the California Cup. 2009



*2010 TEAM CO-CAPTAIN*

5

GP-GS 17-3

G 2

A Pts Shots Shot% 1 5 15 .133

SOG SOG% 10 .667

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

2009: Voted Most Dedicated Aggie of the Year... One of three Aggies to start all 18 matchups, finishing season with 3 assists... Tallied her the first on a pass from the top of the circle to Liz Siemon, giving Aggies early lead against Siena (9/7)... Added assists later in the season against Appalachian State (10/2) and on Lydia Brambila’s goal in NorPac tournament against Davidson (11/6) ... Took 8 shots (3 on goal) and posted a defensive save. 2008: A member of the UC Davis club team during her true freshman year. SCRIPPS RANCH HS ’08: A defender who helped lead team to San Diego Section title as a senior...Team also won consecutive Western League title in 2006 and 2007...Received CIF-SDS Sportsmanship Award as a senior...Twice named to San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team...Three-year member of California Scholarship Federation. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Daughter of Karen and Sergio Lopez... Career highlight was winning section title as a senior... Seeing the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is something she hopes to accomplish by age 30. 2009

GP-GS 18-18

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 3 3 8 .000

SOG SOG% 3 .375

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

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Aggie Profiles

KELLY DUDEK

ERINNE BOYD

Defender • 5-5 • So. San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch HS ’09

Defender • 5-6 • So. San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch HS ’09

6

8

2009: Started 10 of 17 games played on defense. SCRIPPS RANCH HS ’09: Helped lead her team to consecutive section championships after back-to-back Western League titles... A firstteam All-League selection as a senior after garnering honorable mention as a junior... Was a team captain in 2008 as well as a first-team All-CIF selection... Received Sportsmanship Award in 2008 and was named to the Serra Tournament All-Tournament Team.... Team went a combined 26-6 in her final two seasons. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in civil enginering... Daughter of Mary Saboe and Frederick Dudek... Career highlight was winning 2007 section championship... Place in the world she would most like to visit is India... Proudest personal accomplishment is winning Student-Athlete Award for Track and Field as a senior, which is given to the member with the highest GPA. 2009

GP-GS 17-10

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 0 —

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SOG SOG% 0 —

2009: Appeared in all 18 games, starting 14... Logged a defensive save vs. Radford (10/4). SCRIPPS RANCH HS ‘09: Helped lead her team to back-to-back section titles as well as two straight league titles in her junior and senior seasons... Second-team All-San Diego Section as a senior after honorable mention as a junior.. Also chosen to play on the U19 National Team representing California. PERSONAL: Born in Virginia Beach, Va.... Has not yet declared a major... Daughter of Jenny Marshall & Kevin Blackwell... Proudest personal accomplishment is being selected to play field hockey at UC Davis... Would title her autobiography, A Series Of Comedic Events. 2009

GP-GS 18-14

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 0 —

SOG SOG% 0 —

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

GW PS-Att 0 0-0



Aggie Profiles

LYDIA BRAMBILA

CASEY WOLLBRINCK

Midfielder/Defender • 5-7 • So. Fallbrook, Calif. Fallbrook HS ’09

Defender • 5-7 • Jr. San Jose, Calif. Cal Poly/Archbishop Mitty HS ’08

9 2009: Selected as team’s Defensive Aggie of the Year... Played in all 18 games, starting 10... Tallied team’s lone goal in NorPac tournament game vs. Davidson (11/6)... Converted an assist from Kristen Lopez on a corner piece in 52nd minute... Took four shots in that game, including two on goal... Fired seven shots for the season... Named All-Tournament during NorPac Championship. FALLBROOK HS ’09: Named second-team All-San Diego Section as a senior as well as first-team All-Avocado League... Scored 10 goals with 7 assists in 2008... Helped lead her team to the San Diego Section semifinals the three straight seasons with a combined 40 games over that span... A three-time member of the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team and was a a member of the USA Field Hockey Futures Elite as a junio and senior... A three-sport athlete who also starring on the soccer and track teams. PERSONAL: Born in Oceanside, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences... Daughter of Leticia and Antonio Brambila... Proudest personal accomplishment is taking part in varsity field hockey, soccer and track and field as a sophomore... Career highlight is being honored at the Hall of Champions for being named second-team All-CIF-SDS... Choose UC Davis because it’s been her dream school since she was little.

2009



*2010 TEAM CO-CAPTAIN*

10

GP-GS 18-10

G 1

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 2 7 .143

SOG SOG% 4 .571

2009: Saw action in all 18 games, starting 17... Assisted on Erin LemMon’s goal against Radford for her only point of the season (11/5)... Finished with 3 shots on goal and a defensive save. 2008: Competed on Cal Poly club team as a true freshman... Helped lead team to first place in league and second place in Women’s Competitive Pool at 2009 California Cup. ARCHBISHOP MITTY HS ‘08: Named first-team All-League as a senior and second-team All-Central Coast Section... Finished with 4 goals and 2 assists as a defender in 2007... An honorable mention All-CCS selection as a junior... Helped lead team to CCS championship in 2006 and a berth in the semifinals as a senior. PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif.... Majoring in viticulture & enology... Daughter of James & Charisse Wollbrinck... Lists Dara Torres and Kerry Walsh as her sports heroes... Hopes for career as a vineyard manager... Career highlight was being selected for the California High Performance training squad. 2009

GP-GS 18-17

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 1 1 4 .000

SOG SOG% 3 .750

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

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Aggie Profiles

LINDSEY VALADEZ

AMANDA MARINAC

Defender • 5-5 • Jr. Gilroy, Calif. Gilroy HS ’08

Midfielder/Defender • 5-3 • So. Vista, Calif. Rancho Buena Vista HS ’09

*2010 TEAM CO-CAPTAIN*

9

13

2009: Selected as team’s Aggie of the Year... One of three Aggies to start all 18 games, finishing with a team-high 11 points... Finished 2nd on squad with 4 goals and tied Kristen Lopez for team-leading 3 assists... Scored first career goal from top left circle vs. Harvard (9/9)... Also pitched in scores against Stanford (9/20), Appalachian State (10/2) and Cal (10/25)... Took 39 shots for the year, including a team-best 24 on goal... Twice selected as NorPac West Division Rookie of the Week (9/8 and 9/22)... Finalist for Hubert Heitman Award as UC Davis’ top female athlete of the year. 2008: Member of UC Davis club team in her true freshman year. GILROY HS ’08: Named most valuable defender as a senior while also garnering honoarable mention All-Central Coast Section... First-team All-Mission Trail League selection as a senior following a second-team honor as a junior and sophomore... Honorable mention All-League as a freshman...N amed Scholat Athlete four straight years. PERSONAL: Born in Gilroy, Calif... Majoring in human development... Daughter of Charlotte and Frank Valadez... Career highlight is scoring championship-winning penalty stroke at Cal Cup... Spent 10 years in choir and toured Japan in 2007 with high school’s advanced choir. 2009

GP-GS 18-18

G 4

A Pts Shots Shot% 3 11 39 .103

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SOG SOG% 24 .615

2009: Played in 14 games, picking up lone start on the road against St. Francis (9/4)... Posted 1 shot on goal during the season. RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS ’09: Completed a stellar career by earning Palomar League Player of the Year, first-team All-San Diego Section and Defensive MVP honors as a senior... Helped lead team to Palomar League title... Also captured all-league first-team nods as a junior and senior... Team advanced to CIF-SDS semifinals for three straight seasons... Also a member of the soccer team for three years, helping team to a pair of league titles. PERSONAL: Born in Oceanside, Calif... Majoring in communication... Daughter of Mark & Cindy Marinac... Lists her non-sports heroes as her brother (Nicholas) and sister (Meghan)... Career highlight was the Aggies’ first win over Missouri State during 2009 season.

2009

GP-GS 14-1

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 1 .000

SOG SOG% 1 1.000

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

GW PS-Att 0 0-2



Aggie Profiles

ASHLEY HAIGHT

EMILY MECKE

Midfielder • 5-4 • So. San Jose, Calif. Willow Glen HS ’09

Forward • 5-6 • So. Carlsbad, Calif. San Dieguito HS ’09

17

19

2009: Started half the 18 games she played in... Fired 10 shots for the year, 7 on goal... Scored one goal with 2 assists for 4 overall points... Lone goal was in 56th minute during regular-season game vs. Davidson (10/1), off assist from Erin LemMon... Also assisted Nadia Namdari’s goal seven minutes later, then teamed with Kristen Lopez for the assist in Lindsey Valadez’ goal against Appalachian State a day later (10/2). WILLOW GLEN HS ’09: Named first-team All-Central Coast section as a senior... Also garnered team MVP and Senior of the Year honors as a senior... Honorable mention All-CCS as a junior as well as second-team All-Blossom Valley Athletic League pick... Helped team to a league title as a sophomore... Multiple Scholar-Athlete award winner. PERSONAL: Born in San Mateo, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Daughter of Peter & Kristin Haight... If she wasn’t playing field hockey, she would want to compete on the gymnastics team... Hopes or a career in physical therapy... Related to former California governor Henry Haight, for whom the famed San Francisco street is named. 2009

GP-GS 18-9

G 1

A Pts Shots Shot% 2 4 10 .100

SOG SOG% 7 .700

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

2009: Played 4 games as a reserve... Did not record any stats. SAN DIEGUITO ACADEMY ’09: Captured second team All-Valley League honors as a junior and senior... Scored 19 goals with 15 assists in 2008, ranking 3rd in North County with 50 points... Also a prolific scorer on the soccer team with a combined 21 goals and 14 assists as a junior and senior... Named first-team All-VL as a senior in soccer... Two-time 400 champion on the track & field team... Received San Diego Union-Tribune Scholar-Athlete awards in all three sports. PERSONAL: Born in Newburg, N.Y.... Majoring in environmental science & management... Daughter of James & Paula Mecke... Career highlight was her senior field hockey season... Hopes to backpack through Europe by the time she is 30... Lived in Vermont until she was nine years old.

2009



GP-GS 4-0

G 0

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 0 0 —

SOG SOG% 0 —

GW PS-Att 0 0-0

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Aggie Profiles

LIZ SIEMION

CONLEY CRAVEN

Forward • 5-4 • So. Carlsbad, Calif. San Dieguito HS ’09

Goalkeeper • 5-7 • So. Tulsa, Okla. Holland Hall HS ’09

24

25

2009: Team’s Offensive Aggie of the Year... Started all 15 games she played in... Led team in goals (5) and shooting percentage (.217) while finishing 2nd in points (10), 3rd in shots (23)... Scored team’s historic first goal of the new era, converting assist from Marissa Hughes at 18minute mark vs. Missouri State (8/31)... Also tallied goals vs. Siena (9/7), Cal twice (10/10 & 10/25) and Stanford (10/17). SAN DIEGUITO ACADEMY ’09: Selected as school’s Female Athlete of the Year as as enior... Voted team MVP in 2008, leading North County with 30 goals and 20 assists... Helped Mustangs to 20-04 record and Valley League co-championship that year... Also a lacrosse standout, twice earning team MVP honors and finishing 5th among county scorers as senior... Played four years of club ball for Encinitas Attack. PERSONAL: Born in La Jolla, Calif.... Major is undeclared... Daughter of Kathleen and Eric Siemion... Has played classical piano for nine years... Proudest personal accomplishment was completing Chopin’s Etude Op. 10-No. 12... Career highlight is scoring winning goal in double-overtime of section quarterfinals as a senior... Event in history she wishes she could have witnessed is the creation of Stonehenge. 2009

GP-GS 15-15

G 5

A Pts Shots Shot% 0 10 23 .217

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SOG SOG% 13 .565

2009: Played in three games, starting NorPac tournament game vs. Davidson (11/6)... Logged 128:27, posting 9 saves against 7 goals for .562 average... Tallied season-best 6 stops (with 4 goals against) in 35 minutes at Stanford (10/17). HOLLAND HALL HS ’09: Earned All-Southwest Preparatory Conference honors in 2007 and 2008... Helped team to 14-4-2 record, including 12 shutouts, as a senior... Posted 0.68 GAA and .741 save percentage that year... Won Coaches’ Award... Member of Team Gateway Southwest squad at 2007 National Festival. PERSONAL: Born in Kansas City, Kan.... Has not yet declared a major... Daughter of Thomas & Perri Craven... Lists her mother as her non-sports hero... Worked at an orphanage in Africa for a month... Career highlight was blocking a 1-v-1 attempt in overtime.

2009

GP-GS Min 3-1 128:27

GA 7

GAA 3.81

Saves 9

Pct. .562

W L T 0 1 0

Sho 0

GW PS-Att 0 0-0



Aggie Profiles

MARISSA HUGHES

LAUREN SAWVELLE

Forward • 5-3 • So. Vista, Calif. Rancho Buena Vista HS ’09

Goalkeeper • 5-3 • So. San Diego, Calif. Missouri State/Scripps Ranch HS ’08

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2009: Played in all 18 contests, starting 16... Tallied 1 goal with 2 assists for the year... Lone goal was memorable, coming in overtime vs. Missouri State in season opener (8/31)... Also assisted Liz Siemion on Aggies’ first goal of year during that game... Also assisted on Kelly Knauf’s goal in 2-1 victory against LaSalle (9/5)... Those performances helped her win NorPac West Division Offensive Player of the Week honors... Finished 2nd on team with 31 shots, including 23 on goal. RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS ’09: Selected to All-San Diego Section second team in 2008... Ranked among North County leaders with 9 goals and 7 assists... Named team MVP as a senior, Best Defender as a sophomore and junior... Helped team to Palomar League title in 2008... Also a standout on softball team, earning Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman while leading league in stolen bases... PERSONAL: Born in Oceanside, Calif.... Has not yet declared a major... Daughter of Ofelia Sanchez... Proudest personal accomplishment is being first one in her family to go to college... Career highlights include scoring winning goal to win league title and leading the league in stolen bases as a freshman on the softball team... Non-sports heroes are her grandmother and mother... Career goals are to become a first-grade teacher or a speech therapist for younger children. 2009

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GP-GS 18

G 1

A Pts Shots Shot% 2 4 31 .032

SOG SOG% 23 .742

2009: Won Coaches’ Award... Started 17 games in goal, logging nearly 1,200 minutes guarding the cage... Tallied 132 saves against 48 goals for .732 average... Credited for shutout in 1-0 victory at Saint Francis (9/4)... Twice earned NorPac West Division Defender of the Week (9/29 & 11/3)... Both awards were for performances vs. Pacific: 12 saves with 1 goal on Sept. 27, 10 goals with 2 goals on Oct. 31. 2008: Attended Missouri State but did not play in a game... Also a member of the Dean’s List. SCRIPPS RANCH HS ’08: Twice named Most Improved Player as a goalkeeper... Helped lead team to a 19-1 record and CIF-San Diego Section title in 2007. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in design... Daughter of Donna and Brian Sawvelle... Proudest personal accomplishment was winning San Diego Section title as a senior... Lists her mother as her non-sports hero... Would want to play golf if she wasn’t on the field hockey team.

2009

GP-GS Min 17-17 1185:58

GA 48

GAA 2.83

Saves 131

Pct. .732

W L T 3 14 0

Sho 1

GW PS-Att 1 0-0

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Aggie Profiles

SARAH SCHNEIDER

MAGGIE BARRY

Midfielder/Defender • 5-6 • Jr. Poway, Calif. Poway HS ’07

Forward • 5-6 • RFr. Carlsbad, Calif. San Dieguito Acad. ’09

30

2

2009: Selected as team’s Academic Aggie of the Year... Saw action in 9 games as a reserve... Lone stat was a shot vs. Stanford (9/20). 2008: Member of UC Davis club in 2008 and 2007. POWAY HS ’07: Earned first-team All-Palomar League honors as a junior and senior, capturing team MVP nods both years... Also played basketball, claiming all-league honorable mention as a senior... Earned San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic accolades in both sports. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in chemistry, with plans for medical school after graduating from UC Davis... Parents are Phil & Shauna Schneider, both of whom graduated from UC Davis... Her aunt, Kristine Albrecht, swam for the Aggies in the late 1970s; while her cousin, Maya Sprinsock, is a current member of the UC Davis swim team... Career highlight was scoring winning stroke in school’s inaugural field hockey game in 2005. 2009

GP-GS 18

G 1

A Pts Shots Shot% 2 4 31 .032

SOG SOG% 23 .742

2009: Redshirted... Voted Most Improved Aggie of the Year. SAN DIEGUITO ACADEMY ’09: Named most valuable player as a junior while garnering first-team All-Valley League honors as a senior... Received most valuable player distinction as a junior...Was also a member of her school’s basketball and softball teams. PERSONAL: Born in Atlanta, Ga....Has not declared a major... Daughter of Mary Joe and Bill Barry...Career highlight is taking final stroke against Fallbrook to secure victory...Non-sports hero is Martin Luther King, Jr.

NATALIE DeWINDT Forward • 5-9 • RFr. Escondido, Calif. Valley Center HS ’09

GW PS-Att 1 0-0

3 2009: Redshirted. VALLEY CENTER HS ’09: Three-year member of varsity team... Helped lead team to Valley League championships each season... Finished 5th in the county as a senior with 17 goals to go along with 8 assists... A two-time second-team All-Valley selection... She was a 2008 team captain and Scholar Athlete and helped lead her team to back-to-back appearances in the section semifinals... Named to the All-Academic Team by the San Diego Union-Tribune as both a junior and senior... Received same nod by the newspaper as a member of the lacrosse team her senior year... Named most-improved on the lacrosse team as well as a Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Born in Escondido, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Daughter of Susan and Darrell DeWindt... Career highlights are being a senior team captain and ranking fifth in the county with 17 goals... If she could play another sport, it would be lacrosse... Favorite movie is Dumb & Dumber... Event in history she would have liked to have witnessed is the first landing on the moon.

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Aggie Profiles

NICOLE SCHOUWENAAR

DANIELLE HERRINGTON

Midfielder • 5-5 • So. Soestduinen, The Netherlands Het Baarnsch Lyceum ’08

Goalkeeper • 5-6 • RFr. Huntington Beach, Calif. Edison HS ’09

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22

2009: Redshirted. HET BAARNSCH LYCEUM ’09: Helped lead team to top-three league finishes for three straight years, plus a third-place finish at nationals... Played club ball for MA1 in Soest for 11 years, helping team to several league titles... Also helped softball team capture national championship. PERSONAL: Born in Woerden, The Netherlands... Has not yet declared a major... Daughter of Paul Schouwenaar... Proudest peronal accomplishment is doing volunteer work in Ghana... Career highlight is running a half marathon in Sydney, Australia... Historial event she wishes she could have witnessed was the discovery of America... Lists Gandhi as her non-sports hero.

2009: Redshirted. EDISON HS ’09: Earned first-team All-Sunset League and team Athlete of the Season distinction as a senior... Posted career save percentage of .887, including 91 percent in her final season... Four-year ScholarAthlete... Played club ball for Huntington Beach Divots, helping team to National Festival title in 2008. PERSONAL: Born in Newport Beach, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major, but chose UC Davis in part for its biological sciences program... Parents are Matt & Marjo Herrington... Lists grandmother and uncle as her non-sports heroes.

CARLY SCHOCH

HILARY LAWSON Defender/Midfielder • 5-7 • RFr. Poway, Clif. Poway HS ’09

21 2009: Redshirted. POWAY HS ’09: Helped Titans to consecutive section quarterfinal appearances... Won All-Palomar League honorable mention as a senior co-captain... Twice made San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic teams. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in cell biology... Daughter of Michael & Twila Lawson... Proudest personal accomplishment is being president of Peer Counseling... Best athletes she has faced are Tara Jelly and Vianney Campos... Career highlight is completing a game in which she was hit in the face with a stick midway through... Event in history she wishes she could have attended was President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

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Forward • 5-0 • Fr. Chula Vista, Calif. Bonita HS ’10

7 BONITA VISTA HS ‘10: Earned first-team All-Metro League as both a junior and senior... Named to second team as a sophomore... Garnered team MVP honors in 2009 after being selected Best Offensive Player the previous two seasons... Helped lead team to a pair of league titles and a combined 34-14-1 record in 2007 and 2008, picking up 17 wins each season... Helped lead her club team (RUSH) to five straight Cal-Cup U-19 Pool championships. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... is “Has not yet declared a major... Daughter of Milton & Catherine Schoch... Sports hero is Carrie Lingo, member of the national team... Proudest accomplishment was earning straight A’s during her final semester of high school.

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Aggie Profiles

MATTIE MALONEY

CLOEY LEMMON

Defender • 5-4 • Fr. Corning, Calif. Corning Union HS ’10

Forward • 5-8 • Fr. Morgan Hill, Calif. Presentation HS ’10

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16

CORNING UNION HS ’10: Three-sport athlete, lettering in field hockey, soccer and track & field... Earned team MVP and All-Northern Athletic League honors in hockey... Also a team captain and all-league performer in soccer... Set school pole vault record of 9-6, earning MVP among field athletes... Finished 2nd at NAL meet with that performance... Also member of Corning drill team for four years, earning Performer of the Year from 2007-10. PERSONAL: Born in Ukiah, Calif.... Majoring in anthropology... Daughter of Kevin & Susi Maloney... Proudest personal accomplishment was teaching numerous kids how to swim... Best venue she has played in is the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista.

BAILEY McDADE

PRESENTATION HS ’10: Selected as Blossom Valley Athletic League Mount Hamilton Division Athlete of the Year as a senior, scoring 35 goals and 12 assists... Also named to All-BVAL first team and All-Central Coast Sections squad... Captured Santa Teresa League Junior of the Year and first-team All-STL honors in 2007... Also earned her team’s Most Inspirational award... Helped lead Panthers to CCS runner-up finish in 2009... Selected as school and section Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior... Also played soccer, garnering Most Inspirational (2007) and Coaches’ Award (2008)... Played club field hockey for NorCal Rush, club soccer for South San Jose Tornadoes, serving as team captain for each. PERSONAL: Born in Palo Alto, Calif.... Majoring in human development... Parents are Robert & Julie LemMon... Older sister, Erin, played field hockey at UC Davis in 2009... Career highlight was scoring gamewinning overtime goal to send PHS to section final in 2009.

Forward • 5-7 • Fr. Fairfax, Va. Fairfax HS ’10

13 FAIRFAX HS ’10: Played four seasons of varsity field hockey... Earned first-team All-Region acclaim and All-Metropolitan Area honorable mention as a senior, leading the Rebels to a 17-6 record... Also a first-team All-District selection as both a junior and senior, adding second-team region accolades as a junior... Served as a team captain her final season... Spent three years as a Futures participant. PERSONAL: Born in Weare, N.H.... Majoring in animal science.. Daugher of Vincent & Patricia McDade... Career goal is to go to veterinary school and then work with rescue animals.

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2009 Game-by-Game Results GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date

Opponent

Score

G

A

Pts

Sh

Shot%

Aug. 31 Sept. 4

SOG SOG%

GW PS-ATT

DSv

MISSOURI STATE

W, 3-2

3

3

9

20

.150

11

.550

1

0-0

0

at Saint Francis

W, 1-0

1

0

2

10

.100

8

.800

1

0-0

0

Sept. 5

vs La Salle

W, 2-1

2

1

5

14

.143

12

.857

1

0-1

0

Sept. 7

at Siena College

L, 1-2

1

1

3

27

.037

19

.704

0

0-1

2

Sept. 9

vs Harvard

L, 1-4

1

1

3

10

.100

6

.600

0

0-0

0

Sept. 12

vs New Hampshire

L, 0-2

0

0

0

6

.000

2

.333

0

0-0

0

Sept. 13

at Vermont

L, 0-3

0

0

0

9

.000

5

.556

0

0-0

0

Sept. 20

STANFORD

L, 1-5

1

1

3

6

.167

3

.500

0

0-0

1

Sept. 27

PACIFIC

L, 0-1

0

0

0

17

.000

13

.765

0

0-0

0

Oct. 01

at Davidson

L, 2-4

2

2

6

11

.182

7

.636

0

0-0

0

Oct. 02

vs Appalachian State

L, 1-2

1

2

4

23

.043

15

.652

0

0-0

0

Oct. 04

vs Radford

L, 1-2

1

1

3

11

.091

8

.727

0

0-0

2

Oct. 10

at California

L, 1-6

1

1

3

5

.200

2

.400

0

0-0

0

Oct. 17

at Stanford

L, 1-11

1

0

2

6

.167

4

.667

0

0-0

0

Oct. 25

CALIFORNIA

L, 3-5

3

2

8

13

.231

6

.462

0

0-0

1

Oct. 31

at Pacific

L, 1-2

1

1

3

1 1.000

1 1.000

0

0-0

1

Nov. 5

vs Radford

L, 0-2

0

0

0

8

.000

4

.500

0

0-0

0

Nov. 6

at Davidson

L, 1-2

1

1

3

12

.083

8

.667

0

0-0

0

UC Davis 20-55 20 17 57 209 .096 134 .641 3 0-2 Opponent 55 39 149 339 .162 202 .596 15 0-0

7 4

SUMMARY Overall: NorPac: Home: Away: Neutral:

3-15-0 0-6-0 1-3-0 1-7-0 1-5-0

TEAM STATISTICS

Stats by Period GOALS BY PERIOD UC Davis Opponents

1st 4 27

2nd 14 26

OT 2 2

OT2 OT3 0 0 0 1

Total 20 56

SHOTS BY PERIOD UC Davis Opponents

1st 75 175

2nd 109 153

OT 21 9

OT2 OT3 4 0 2 0

Total 209 339

SAVES BY PERIOD UC Davis Opponents

1st 75 39

2nd 61 56

OT 3 13

OT2 OT3 1 0 3 0

Total 140 111

PENALTY CORNERS UC Davis Opponents

1st 37 94

2nd 58 71

OT 5 2

OT2 OT3 0 0 1 0

Total 100 168

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SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists

UC DAVIS 20-209 1.11 .096 134-209 .641 11.6 17

PENALTY CORNERS 100 PENALTY STROKES 0-2 PENALTIES Green cards 7 Yellow cards 1 Red cards 0 ATTENDANCE Total 808 Dates/Average 4/202 Neutral Site 6/90

OPP 55-339 3.06 .162 202-339 .596 18.8 39 168 0-0 11 2 0 1161 8/145

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2009 Individual Statistics INDIVIDUAL SCORING No

Name

GP-GS

G

A

Pts

Sh

Shot%

12

LINDSEY VALADEZ

18-18

4

3

11

39

.103

24

.615

0

0-2

2

24

LIZ SIEMION

15-15

5

0

10

23

.217

13

.565

0

0-0

0

11

Rachel Sabes

16-13

2

2

6

17

.118

12

.706

0

0-0

1

14

Erin LemMon

18-18

2

1

5

19

.105

11

.579

1

0-0

0

4

NADIA NAMDARI

17-3

2

1

5

15

.133

10

.667

0

0-0

0

27

MARISSA HUGHES

18-16

1

2

4

31

.032

23

.742

1

0-0

0

17

ASHLEY HAIGHT

18-9

1

2

4

10

.100

7

.700

0

0-0

0

23

Ellre Ancheta

16-1

1

1

3

9

.111

7

.778

1

0-0

0

5

KRISTEN LOPEZ

18-18

0

3

3

8

.000

3

.375

0

0-0

1

9

LYDIA BRAMBILA

18-10

1

0

2

7

.143

4

.571

0

0-0

0

7

Kelly Knauf

17-0

1

0

2

5

.200

5 1.000

0

0-0

0

13

Charli Hutton

11-2

0

1

1

5

.000

2

.400

0

0-0

0

10

CASEY WOLLBRINCK

18-17

0

1

1

4

.000

3

.750

0

0-0

1

16

Anna Stolitzka

17-7

0

0

0

10

.000

7

.700

0

0-0

0

15

Hilary Smith

18-8

0

0

0

5

.000

2

.400

0

0-0

0

30

SARAH SCHNEIDER

9-0

0

0

0

1

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

1

AMANDA MARINAC

14-1

0

0

0

1

.000

1 1.000

0

0-0

0

28

LAUREN SAWVELLE

17-17

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

25

CONLEY CRAVEN

3-1

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

19

EMILY MECKE

4-0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

8

ERINNE BOYD

18-14

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

1

6

KELLY DUDEK

17-10

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

1

Total Opponents

18 18

17 57 39 149

209 339

.096 .162

134 202

.641 .596

3 15

0-2 0-0

7 4

20 55

SOG SOG%

GW PS-ATT

DSv

GOALKEEPERS No

Name

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

Avg

Saves

Pct

W

L

T

Sho

28

LAUREN SAWVELLE

17-17

1185:58

48

2.83

131

.732

3

14

0

1

25

CONLEY CRAVEN

3-1

128:27

7

3.81

9

.562

0

1

0

0

Total Opponents

18 18

1314:25 1314:25

55 20

2.93 1.07

140 111

.718 .847

3 14

15 3

0 0

1 4

Team saves: 0

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2009 NorPac Conference Recap STANDINGS East Division W Radford* 5 Longwood 4 Davidson 2 Appalachian State 1

L 1 2 4 5

Conference Pct. PF PA Home Road .833 19 8 3-0 2-1 .667 15 14 3-0 1-2 .333 14 17 2-1 0-3 .167 10 19 1-2 0-3

W 11 10 7 6

L 10 11 12 15

Pct. .524 .476 .368 .286

PF 40 36 33 28

Overall PA Home Road Neut 45 5-1 3-5 3-3 57 5-3 2-7 3-1 57 5-5 1-5 1-2 77 3-3 0-8 3-4

Str W1 L2 W1 L10

WEST Division Stanford*$ California Pacific UC Davis

L 1 2 3 6

Conference Pct. PF PA Home Road .833 31 9 3-0 2-1 .667 22 14 3-0 1-2 .500 7 14 2-1 1-2 .000 7 30 0-3 0-3

W 17 8 5 3

L 5 11 12 15

Pct. .773 .421 .284 .167

PF 87 36 30 20

Overall PA Home Road Neut 36 8-0 7-4 1-1 42 5-1 1-9 2-1 57 3-2 1-4 1-5 55 1-3 1-6 1-6

Str L1 W1 W1 L15

W 5 4 3 0

$ NorPac Tournament Champion * Division Champions ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM Becky Dru Stanford Fr. Camille Gandhi Stanford Jr. Jessie Harris Appalachian State Sr. Julia Hernandez Longwood Sr. Katy McDonough Pacific Sr. Alessandra Moss Stanford So. Nicole Morgan Appalachian State Jr. Natalie Nurnberg California Jr. Courtney Poole Radford So. Xanthe Travlos Stanford Jr. Madonna Wadolowski Radford So.

Def Def For Mid For GK For For For/Mid Mid Mid

AWARDS

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM Deanna Kennedy California Olga Knop Longwood Kiddy Leubane Pacific Erin Magill California Jennie Mostellar Davidson Lisa Muhl Pacific Clare Perry Davidson Marlee Schramm Radford Midori Uehara Stanford Lauren van de Kamp Longwood Jennifer Wisniewski Radford

Mid Mid For Def For/Mid Def For Mid For Mid GK

East Defensive Player of the Year Jennifer Wisniewski, Radford

NORPAC ALL-TOURNAMENT Lydia Brambila UC Davis Becky Dru Stanford Kim Keyawa Pacific Lauren Kloeppinger Appalachian State Liz Luckey Davidson Alessandra Moss Stanford Natalie Nurnberg California Nora Soza Stanford Sophie Sproats California Xanthe Travlos (MVP) Stanford Kelsey Turner Longwood Madonna Wadolowski Radford

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

East Player of the Year Julia Hernandez, Longwood West Player of the Year Xanthe Travlos, Stanford East Offensive Player of the Year Julia Hernandez, Longwood West Offensive Player of the Year Natalie Nurnberg, California

West Defensive Player of the Year Lisa Muhl, Pacific Maria Whitehead Rookie of the Year Becky Dru, Stanford Coach of the Year Lesley Irvine, Stanford Sheryl Johnson Academic Award Elizabeth Luckey, Davidson Julie Nagel Extraordinary Teammate Award Beth Ridley, Stanford

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2009 NorPac Statistical Leaders INDIVIDUAL POINTS Player 1. Xanthe Travlos, Stanford 2. Becky Dru, Stanford 3. Jaimee Erickson, Stanford 4. Midori Uehara, Stanford 5. Natalie Nurnburg, Cal 6. Courtney Poole, Radford 7. Kim Keyawa, Pacific 8. Erin Magill, Cal 9. Rachel Mozenter, Stanford t10. Camille Gandhi, Stanford t10. Julia Hernandez, Longwood

M 22 22 22 22 19 21 17 19 22 22 21

GOALS Player 1. Xanthe Travlos, Stanford 2. Becky Dru, Stanford 3. Kim Keyawa, Pacific 4. Midori Uehara, Stanford 5. Courtney Poole, Radford 6. Erin Magill, Cal 7. Natalie Nurnberg, Cal 8. Rachel Mozenter, Stanford 9. Julia Hernandez, Longwood 10. Jaimee Erickson, Stanford

Gls Ast 17 4 13 7 8 14 12 3 8 9 11 1 10 1 9 3 9 3 7 4 8 2 M 22 22 17 22 21 19 19 22 21 22

Gls 17 13 10 12 11 9 8 9 8 8

Pts 38 33 30 27 25 23 21 21 21 18 18 Avg. 0.77 0.59 0.59 0.55 0.52 0.47 0.42 0.41 0.38 0.36

ASSISTS Player 1. Nora Soza, Stanford 2. Jaimee Erickson, Stanford 3. Deanna Kennedy, Cal 4. Madonna Wadolowski, Radford 5. Natalie Nurnberg, Cal

M 22 22 19 21 19

Gls 17 14 10 10 9

Avg. 0.77 0.64 0.53 0.48 0.47

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Player M Min 1. Alessandra Moss, Stanford 22 1547.52 2. Jen Wisniewski, Radford 21 1497:35 3. Maddie Hand, Cal 17 969:29 4. Erin Bollinger, Longwood 18 1285:19 5. LAUREN SAWVELLE, UC DAVIS 17 1185:58

SHOTS Player 1. Xanthe Travlos, Stanford 2. Becky Dru, Stanford 3. Lara Cariker, Radford 4. Camille Gandhi, Stanford 5. Lisa Charney, ASU

M 22 22 21 22 21

Gls 70 67 63 61 58

Avg. 3.18 3.05 3.00 2.77 2.76

SAVE PERCENTAGE Player 1. Bridgette Street, ASU 2. Alessandra Moss, Stanford 3. LAUREN SAWVELLE, UC DAVIS 4. Jen Wisniewski, Radford 5. Ashlee Schlesier, Pacific

M 20 22 17 21 14

Gls 224 117 131 123 111

Avg. .767 .767 .732 .732 .712

DEFENSIVE SAVES Player 1. Lisa Muhl, Pacific 2. Megan Lenhardt, Radford 3. Lisa Lohre, Cal 4. Casey Lammando, ASU t5. Hannah Martin, ASU t5. Ellie Staples, Radford t5. Kelsey Turner, Longwood

M DS 17 9 21 8 19 6 21 3 21 3 20 3 21 3

SAVES Player 1. Bridgette Street, ASU 2. Ashlee Schlesier, Pacific 3. LAUREN SAWVELLE, UC DAVIS 4. Jen Wisniewski, Radford 5. Erin Bollinger, Longwood

M 20 14 17 21 18

Gls 224 111 131 123 98

Avg. 11.20 7.93 7.71 5.86 5.44

GA 36 45 32 49 48

GAA 1.63 2.10 2.31 2.67 2.83

TEAM OFFENSE - OVERALL Player M Gls Ast Pts Shots SOG PS-A 1. Stanford 22 87 60 234 410 290 1-4 2. Radford 21 40 31 111 288 187 3-3 3. California 19 36 31 103 186 115 1-1 4. Longwood 21 36 22 94 246 159 1-2 5. Davidson 19 33 17 83 241 139 2-2 6. Pacific 17 30 21 81 167 103 2-2 7. Appalachian State 21 28 12 68 222 135 0-0 8. UC DAVIS 18 20 17 57 209 134 0-2 DEFENSE - OVERALL Player M GA GAA Sv 1. Stanford 22 36 1.63 117 2. Radford 21 45 2.08 125 3. California 19 42 2.13 82 4. Longwood 21 57 2.56 114 5. Davidson 20 57 2.93 113 6. UC DAVIS 18 55 2.93 140 7. Pacific 17 57 3.35 141 8. Appalachian State 21 77 3.60 245

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Pct. .765 .735 .661 .667 .665 .718 .712 .767

PC 188 166 106 131 115 78 98 100

DS SHA PCA 2 220 98 16 285 127 7 215 116 7 283 163 7 265 124 7 339 168 13 299 143 10 523 199

OFFENSE - CONFERENCE MATCHES Player M Gls Ast Pts Shots SOG PS-A 1. Stanford 6 31 25 87 130 99 0-2 2. California 6 22 20 64 90 53 1-1 3. Radford 6 19 15 53 105 74 2-2 4. Davidson 6 14 9 37 99 62 2-2 5. Longwood 6 15 5 35 94 58 1-1 6. Appalachian State 6 10 5 25 59 40 0-0 7. Pacific 6 7 6 20 59 36 0-0 8. UC DAVIS 6 7 5 19 48 29 0-0 DEFENSE - CONFERENCE MATCHES Player M GA GAA Sv 1. Radford 6 8 1.30 34 2. Stanford 6 9 1.50 13 3. Longwood 6 14 2.19 30 4. California 6 14 2.33 12 5. Pacific 6 14 2.33 52 6. Davidson 6 17 2.83 36 7. Appalachian State 6 19 3.05 63 8. UC DAVIS 6 30 5.00 67

Pct. .810 .591 .682 .462 .788 .680 .757 .691

PC 66 50 60 50 42 33 34 27

DS SHA PCA 4 72 39 0 34 19 2 71 44 0 52 31 2 97 52 2 83 43 5 131 59 3 144 75

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UC Davis offers more than 100 undergraduate majors – the widest variety of any University of California campus. Aeronautical Science and Engineering African American & African Studies Agricultural Systems and Environment American Studies Animal Biology Animal Science Animal Science & Management Anthropology Applied Physics Art History Art Studio Asian American Studies Atmospheric Science Avian Sciences Biochemical Engineering Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biological Science Biological Systems Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Cell Biology Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering/Material Science Engineering Chemistry Chicana/Chicano Studies Chinese Civil Engineering Classical Civilization Clinical Nutrition Communication Community & Regional Development Comparative Literature Computational Applied Science Computer Engineering Computer Science Computer Science & Engineering Crop Science & Management Design Dramatic Art East Asian Studies Economics Electrical Engineering English Entomology Environmental & Resource Sciences Environmental Biology & Management Environmental Horticulture & Urban Forestry Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning Environmental Toxicology Evolution, Ecology & Biodiversity Exercise Biology Fiber & Polymer Science Film Studies Food Science French Genetics Geology German History Human Development Hydrology International Agricultural Development International Relations Italian Japanese Landscape Architecture Linguistics Managerial Economics Materials Science & Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Medieval Studies Microbiology Music Native American Studies Natural Sciences Nature & Culture Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior Nutrition Science Optical Science & Engineering Philosophy Physics Plant Biology Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian Sociology Soil & Water Science Spanish Statistics Textiles & Clothing Viticulture & Enology Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology Women and Gender Studies

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ACADEMICS

UC Davis comprises three colleges (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Letters & Science), five professional schools (Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine) plus the Division of Biological Sciences. With 103 undergraduate majors and 80 graduate programs, the university offers the most expansive and diverse range of academics among any of the University of California campuses. Additionally, students also have the opportunity to combine majors or customize their field of study by creating an individual major. For those interested in graduate degrees – whether it be a master’s degree or a doctorate – UC Davis offers advising services to help students craft their education toward those goals. An estimated 86 percent of UC Davis students applying to graduate schools earn acceptance to either their first or second choices.

COMMUNITY

With a population of approximately 60 thousand, Davis is widely known for being a safe, active and socially innovative community. The downtown area boasts a multitude of specialty shops, restaurants, theaters and art galleries; while the city’s numerous parks offer recreational opportunities for active students.

ACTIVITIES

On campus, UC Davis students can rally around the highly successful athletics department by joining the Aggie Pack spirit organization, or enjoy a first-class performance at the Robert & Magrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.

The university also offers hundreds of student clubs and organizations, including cultural clubs, fraternities and sororities, faith-based organizations and the Associated Students of UC Davis student government. For the active Aggie, students may participate in the diverse intramural sports program or join one of the 30-plus sports clubs. In 2004, the Activities & Recreation Center (ARC) opened its doors, providing the campus with its own state-of-the-art fitness venue. In April, UC Davis hosts Picnic Day, an annual student-run open house. The popular event showcases all that the campus has to offer, attracting students, staff, faculty, parents, alumni and members of the surrounding communities.

GETTING AROUND

Nestled just southwest of Sacramento, the city of Davis rests just 15 minutes from an international airport, and contains a downtown station serviced by Greyhound and Amtrak. Centrally located in the Sacramento Valley, the town sits equally close to both the finest ski resorts and the Pacific Ocean’s top beaches. Within Davis and its neighboring towns, both Yolobus and the student-operated Unitrans bus systems offer free transportation to registered undergraduates. The town boasts more bicycles per capita than any other city in the nation. More than 50 miles of bike paths make the entire town conducive to both riders and pedestrians.

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CAMPUS LEADERSHIP LINDA KATEHI Linda Katehi became the sixth chancellor of the University of California, Davis, on August 17, 2009. As chief executive officer, she oversees all aspects of the university’s teaching, research and public service mission. Chancellor Katehi (kah-TAY-hee) also holds UC Davis faculty appointments in electrical and computer engineering and in women and gender studies. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, she chairs the President’s Committee for the National Medal of Science and is chair of the Secretary of Commerce’s committee for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. She is a fellow and board member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of many other national boards and committees. Previously, Chancellor Katehi served as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; the John A. Edwardson Dean of Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue University; and associate dean for academic affairs and graduate education in the College of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering and

FRED WOOD Fred Wood assumed the role of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on August 1, 2007. Dr. Wood oversees programs and services that enhance the academic and personal development of students, including intercollegiate athletics. He also provides administrative leadership to a Division of over 50 student support programs and to a team of over 800 staff members. In addition, he manages a budget of over 30 million dollars. He advises the Chancellor on matters relating to students, enrollment, access, retention, and campus climate. Wood earned his bachelor’s and Ph.D. from UC Davis in Chemistry in 1980 and 1984. Soon after graduating, he began his faculty appointment in Chemistry and also served the College of Letters and Science as the Associate Dean, a position he held for 13 years. Most recently he served as the Associate Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies and Interim Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies. He is a 2003 graduate of the Harvard University Executive Leadership and Management Institute, and also a graduate of the University of California Management Institute. Dr. Wood is a member of several professional organizations including American College Personnel Association, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and the National Association of College and University Busi-

UC Davis Chancellor computer science at the University of Michigan. Since her early years as a faculty member, Chancellor Katehi has focused on expanding research opportunities for undergraduates and improving the education and professional experience of graduate students, with an emphasis on underrepresented groups. She has mentored more than 70 postdoctoral fellows, doctoral and master’s students in electrical and computer engineering. Twenty-one of the 42 doctoral students who graduated under her supervision have become faculty members in research universities in the United States and abroad. Her work in electronic circuit design has led to numerous national and international awards both as a technical leader and educator, 16 U.S. patents, and an additional six U.S. patent applications. She is the author or co-author of 10 book chapters and about 600 refereed publications in journals and symposia proceedings. She earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1977, and her master’s and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering from UCLA in 1981 and 1984, respectively.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs ness Officers. He also serves on the Council of Deans and Vice Chancellors at UC Davis, as well as over twenty different committees and councils on and off campus. Several priorities he is focusing on in Student Affairs include building bridges within Student Affairs and with academic affairs; increasing the diversity of our student population by reaching out to students who are disadvantaged and underrepresented; recruitment and admissions; increasing the number of students transferring to UC Davis from community colleges and helping with their transition; develop an inclusive community for all of our students; work to help new students effectively navigate the university; improve retention and graduation; improve accountability and transparency; improve student health; increase fundraising efforts to help support our units and their needs; maintaining affordability for students to attend college; and keeping up with the latest technology to provide our staff, faculty and students with the most up to date and accurate information. Dr. Wood continues to teach undergraduate students while serving in his administrative role and maintaining a focus on continually improving the services available to undergraduate and graduate students.

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UC DAVIS ATHLETICS GREG WARZECKA

Director of Athletics

On August 1, 1995, Greg Warzecka became the 11th director of athletics at UC Davis. In the decade-plus since, the Aggie athletics program has enjoyed unprecedented success under his guidance. Warzecka’s penchant for progress began from his first year as director when he was charged with the task of fully engaging the campus in dicussions regarding whether or not UC Davis would offer athletics-related financial aid. One year later, the campus announced the launch of its first-ever grant-in-aid program. Warzecka has also overseen UC Davis’ transition into two conferences in his short tenure. In 1998, the Aggies moved from the now-defunct Northern California Athletic Conference to the powerful California Collegiate Athletic Association. Then in 2003, the UC Davis program announced that it would join the Big West Conference and thus reclassify from NCAA Division II to Division I status. Under Warzecka’s guidance, the Aggie athletics program increased its grant-inaid allocation nearly tenfold to approximately $5 million. During this period, he also engineered a substantial upgrade in athletics facilities, most notably the Schaal Aquatics Center (2004), the Marya Welch Tennis Center (2005) and the multi-use Aggie Stadium (2007).

NONA RICHARDSON

Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administator

Nona Richardson was named Senior Associate Athletics Director at UC Davis in March 2007. She brings extensive experience to her role at UC Davis which includes overseeing compliance, student services and sports medicine programs, as well as sport supervision. Richardson has experienced intercollegiate athletics from a variety of roles, most recently during her tenure at Ball State, where she served as the senior woman administrator. There she oversaw daily operations for sports medicine, and strength and conditioning while also supervising seven sports, including women’s basketball and women’s volleyball.Her contributions at Ball State also included studentathlete services, community outreach programming, career development education, student-athlete awards, and other related areas while also serving as a Title IX and gender equity resource. Prior to Ball State, Richardson was Associate Director of Athletics and SWA at Valparaiso University for seven years, where she served in similar capacities while also serving as Compliance Coordinator for the 18-sport athletics program. Her duties also involved student-athlete eligibility, event management and other key administrative responsibilities. Richardson has served on numerous committees throughout her distinguished career, including the NCAA

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During Warzecka’s tenure, UC Davis captured six NACDA Division II Directors’ Cups as the most outstanding overall program in the country. For his part, NACDA selected Warzecka as its A.D. of the year for the D-II West Region in 2001-02. Furthermore, the editors of Sports Illustrated magazine lauded the Aggie program on three different occasions. In 1999 and 2000, Sports Illustrated For Women named UC Davis as the top Division II school for women athletics. One year later, SI selected UC Davis as its top D-II school for the 2001-02 year. Before turning to administration, Warzecka had been a successful baseball coach, first as an assistant at his alma mater, California. He then served as head coach at San Francisco State, then at the University of Chicago, where he also served his first post as men’s athletics director. Warzecka returned to California in 1989 to become the A.D. at the University of Redlands, where he remained until he joined the Aggie athletics staff. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in physical education from Cal in 1975 and his Master of Science with an emphasis in athletic administration from Cal State Hayward in 1983.

Division I Volleyball Committee (2000-02) and Volleyball Officials Sub-Committee (2001-02). She has also been a member of committees for the Mid-Continent Conference and the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), the latter for which she also served as a board member. Richardson has presented at several national conferences, is a member of NACWAA and the National Association of Girls and Women in Sports, and has won several awards including NACWAA’s Dr. Nell Jackson Award (2000). Her athletics administrative tenure was preceded by a volleyball coaching career that was highlighted by head coaching positions at Eastern Michigan (1987-95) and Valparaiso (1996-99) and an assistant coaching assignment at Kentucky (1984-87). Richardson was also an assistant coach at the U.S. Olympic Sports Festival in 1991. Richardson was a standout volleyball player at Michigan State (1978-81) where she was a team co-captain, MVP and a member of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) All-State team. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Michigan State in 1983 and her Master of Arts and Liberal Studies in Human Behavior and Society from Valparaiso University in 1999.

UC DAVIS HEAD COACHES

Bob Biggs Football

Vianney Campos Field Hockey

Steve Doten Men’s Water Polo

Jamie Holmes Women’s Volleyball

Barbara Jahn Women’s Swimming

John Lavallee Women’s Gymnastics

Daryl Lee Men’s Tennis

Bill Maze Women’s Tennis

Rex Peters Baseball

MaryClaire Robinson Women’s Soccer

Dwayne Shaffer Men’s Soccer

Sandy Simpson Women’s Basketball

Gary Stewart Men’s Basketball

Byron Talley Track & Field (interim)

Anne Walker Women’s Golf

Drew Wartenburg M/W Cross Country

Cy Williams Men’s Golf

Jamey Wright Women’s Water Polo

Karen Yoder Softball

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HOME OF THE AGGIES The palatial Activites & Recreation Center (ARC) offers a wide array of fitness areas, including fullsize basketball courts, a multi-use activity center for indoor soccer or hockey, a running/jogging track, weight rooms, aerobics facilities, squash and racquetball courts, and a rock-climbing wall. Additional amenities include a wellness center, student lounges and opportunities for conferences and special events.

ACTIVITIES & RECREATION CENTER

THE PAVILION

HICKEY GYMNASTICS CENTER

The Pavilion, formerly known as Recreation Hall, serves as home court for UC Davis basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics, as well as concerts and special events. With a seating capacity of nearly 8,000, the Pavilion ranks as one of the largest on-campus arenas in Northern California.

The former Lower Hickey Gym, the first home of women’s athletics in the post-Title IX era, was converted to a first-class practice facility for the Aggie gymnastics team in 2005.

LA RUE FIELD Recognized in 1999 as “Softball Field of the Year” by the Sports Turf Managers Association, La Rue Field hosted five NCAA West Region Softball Championships in the past decade. Recent additions include batting cages, covered dugouts and improved press areas.

SCHAAL AQUATICS CENTER The Ted & Rand Schaal Aquatics Center hosted its first event in January of 2004. The complex features an Olympic-sized pool, locker rooms, team rooms, office space and permanent seating for approximately 500 spectators. The aquatics center will allow UC Davis to host championship events, including the 2006 NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championships.

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AGGIE SOCCER STADIUM

Both Aggie Stadium (left), the home of soccer, and the James & Ann Dobbins Baseball Complex (below) were the result of volunteer efforts dating back to the mid-1980s.

TOOMEY FIELD & WOODY WILSON TRACK Built in the late 1940s, Toomey Field has hosted numerous championship events for football, track & field and lacrosse. During the 2000 Olympic Trials, standouts Marion Jones and Michael Johnson used the Woody Wilson Track as a practice facility.

Dobbins boasts one of the finest playing surfaces in Northern California. In 2002, the stadium was enhanced to include a press box, a renovated entrance and permanent concession/restroom facilities.

DOBBINS BASEBALL COMPLEX

MARYA WELCH TENNIS CENTER Dedicated in April 2005, the Marya Welch Tennis Center represents an expansion of the former Hickey Tennis Courts. Recent additions include grandstands and canopied benches for the north courts.

AGGIE STADIUM

TOOMEY WEIGHT ROOM UC Davis student-athletes welcomed the expanded weight room, located inside Toomey Field. In addition to nearly tripling in size the previous facility, the upgrade also included all new equipment, restrooms and office space.

Aggie Stadium serves as the home facility for the football, women’s lacrosse and women’s field hockey teams. The multiuse venue features an all-weather Sportexe playing surface, a first-class press box, full locker rooms, restrooms and concessions. The initial design has seating for 11,000 to 15,000 spectators, with an eventual build-out to as many as 30,000.

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SERVING THE UC DAVIS STUDENT-ATHLETE STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES 204/208 Hickey Gym • (530) 752-3259

Michelle Roppeau Director of Athletic Academic Advising

UC Davis ranks among the leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Awards and Academic AllDistrict/America honorees, and has claimed a record three winners of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Student-Athlete Academic Services deserves much of the credit for these accomplishments. The office started in 1988 with a single staff member serving as a centralized resource for academic advising, eligiblity information and campus referrals. The office has since expanded to include additional academic advisors, an athletic aid coordinator, an assistant eligibility coordinator and an administrative assistant. It is headed by Nona Richardson, senior associate director of athletics. The Student-Athlete Academic Services office provides a range of services to student-athletes on all 26 intercollegiate athletics teams, including assistance with course and major selection as well as interpretation and clarification of eligibility rules and issues.

UC Davis student-athletes typically have a minimum of three academic advisors: an athletic academic advisor assigned by sport, a college advisor, and a major advisor (if the student has a declared major). Although appointments with the athletic academic advisors are not mandatory at UC Davis, student-athletes might choose to see their athletic academic advisor for issues including: • General education (GE) requirements • Dropping/adding courses • Time management/study skills • Assistance completing the mandatory Academic Plan Form • Study hall for student-athletes • Personal issues that affect academic performance • Choosing a major/career • Declaring or changing a major • Exploration of opportunities beyond athletics • Preparation for graduate programs • Preparation and application for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and other national awards

ATHLETIC TRAINING / SPORTS MEDICINE

Dick Lewis Training Room (115 Hickey Gym) • (530) 752-0647 The Pavilion Training Room • (530) 752-7515

Jeff Hogan Head Athletic Trainer

Known collectively as “The Healer of Champions”, the UC Davis athletic training staff comprises five full-time certified athletic trainers, a full-time physical therapist/certified athletic trainer and approximately 24 student athletic trainers. Together, they are responsible for providing medical care to the 800-plus student-athletes that compose UC Davis’ 26 varsity teams. The student athletic trainers serve two to three years with the program, logging in more than 1,500

hours and gaining valuable clinical education in a hands-on environment. The internship is ideal for any student interested in a graduate program in athletic training, as well as any medical or allied medical profession. The ARC Pavilion training room contains extensive resources and equipment for the rehabilitation of injured athletes. The staff physical therapist is headquartered there as well.

OTHER RESOURCES Cowell Student Health Center........................................ 752-2300 Peer Counselors In Athletics (PCA)............................... 754-7103 Internship & Career Center............................................ 752-2855 Learning Skills Center................................................... 752-2013 Student Employment Center.......................................... 752-0520 Counseling Center........................................................ 752-0871 The House (Peer Counseling)......................................... 752-2790 Cross Cultural Center.................................................... 752-4287 Education Abroad Center............................................... 752-3014

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Student Disability Center............................................... 752-3184 International House..................................................... 753-5007 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Resource Center....... 752-2452 Women’s Resource & Research Center............................. 752-3372 FINANCIAL SUPPORT Undergraduate Scholarship Office................................... 752-2804 Financial Aid Office...................................................... 752-2390 Dean Witter Fund Residential Services............................. 752-2033

Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.

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