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1 - THIS IS AKRON SOCCER

Table of Contents Quick Facts 2013 Schedule Team Photo/Athletic Communications 2013 Roster

5 - STAFF

Head Coach Vernon Croft Assistant Coach Keri Sarver Assistant Coach Andy Hoggarth Volunteer Assistant Coach Jared Rose Director of Soccer Operations Michelle Smith Director of Student Managers Ryan Schantz

8 - STUDENT-ATHLETES

Taylor Ballard Kelly DeNiro Rachel Dennis Gillian Gross Amber Kern Maggie Rusnak Alex Luevano Harden Karina Atkinson Brooke Carrel Alexandra Frawley Brianna Kanz Hailey Kirkwood Danielle Reymann Kaylie West Klaire Adee Katie George Sydney Blomquist Carli Pimm Madison Kaser

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Holly Ohradzansky Amelia Robison Lani Smith Megan Waskowski Hannah Werth Miranda Yeaton Abby Gindlesberger Karin Norman Sarah Sivic

21 - OPPONENT INFORMATION

2013 Opponents PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge All-Time Series Records

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Individual Career Records Individual Season Records Individual Match Records Team Records Honors & Awards Year-By-Year Statistical Leaders All-Time Letterwinners Year-By-Year Results

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Credits The 2013 University of Akron women’s soccer media guide is a product of The University of Akron Athletics Communications office. The publication was designed, written and edited by Sam Baldwin with editorial assistance from Gregg Bach, Dallas Moyer, Paul Warner and Dana LeRoy. Cover design and layout by Dallas Moyer. Special thanks to Ken MacDonald and all the other previous sports information directors for their assistance. Photography by John Ashley, Phil Burling, Jeff Harwell, Ernie Aranyosi and David Maxwell.

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GENERAL

Location: Akron, Ohio (44325) Population: 200,000 (fifth largest in Ohio) Founded: 1870 (as Buchtel College) Enrollment: 29,699 Nickname: Zips Colors: Blue (282) and Gold (871) Home Facility: FirstEnergy Stadium-Cub Cadet Field Capacity: 5,000 Playing Surface: Kentucky Bluegrass Press Box Phone: (330) 972-8896 Conference: Mid-American Conference (East Division) President: Dr. Luis M. Proenza Director of Athletics: Tom Wistrcill Faculty Athletics Representative: J. Dean Carro Athletic Dept. Phone: (330) 972-7080 Ticket Office Phone: 1-888-99-AKRON

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Graduate Assistant (WSOC Contact): Office Phone: (330) 972-6584 Email: sjb96@zips.uakron.edu Assistant AD for Communications: (330) 972-6106 (gbach@uakron.edu) Associate Dir. for Communications: (330) 972-2677 (pwarner@uakron.edu) Assistant Dir. for Communications: (330) 972-6292 (dm60@uakron.edu) Assistant Dir. for Communications: (330) 972-7171 (dleroy@uakron.edu) Office Fax: (330) 374-8844 Website: GoZips.com Twitter @FollowtheRoo Facebook facebook.com/AkronZips Mailing Address: The University of Akron Rhodes Arena, Suite 83 Akron, OH 44325-5201

Sam Baldwin Gregg Bach Paul Warner Dallas Moyer Dana LeRoy

Overnight Address: University of Akron Athletics 373 Carroll Street Rhodes Arena, Suite 81 Akron, OH 44325-5201

HISTORY

First Year of Women’s Soccer: 2001 All-time Record: 76-118-20 (.391) over 12 seasons (enter 13th) All-time MAC Record: 29-73-12 (.320) MAC Titles: 1 2009 (MAC East Champions)

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Record: 2012 MAC Record: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: Newcomers

6-11-1 2-8-1 (Fifth - East Division) 22/3 9/2 5

WOMEN’S SOCCER COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Vernon Croft (Lynchburg, 1994) Record at UA: 6-11-1 (Second Season) Overall Record: 63-116-8 (11th Season) Coaching Staff: Keri Sarver (Maryland, 1999) Second Season at UA Assistant Coach Andy Hoggarth (Shenandoah, 2010) First Season at UA Assistant Coach Jared Rose (Florida International, 2006) Second Season at UA Volunteer Assistant Coach Michelle Smith (Akron, 2011) Third Season at UA Director of Operations Ryan Schantz First Season at UA Director of Student Managers

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MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE CONTACTS Commissioner Women’s Soccer SID E-Mail Office Phone Office Fax Mailing Address Web Site

Dr. Jon Steinbrecher Tori Kohl TKohl@mac-sports.com (216) 566-4622 (216) 858-9622 24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 www.mac-sports.com

2013 SCHEDULE

Date Opponent August 17 Duquesne (Exhibition) August 23 at Purdue # August 25 vs. North Dakota # August 30 at Morehead State September 1 at Marshall September 6 at Youngstown State September 8 vs. Boston University September 15 at Canisius September 22 Cleveland State September 27 Miami (Ohio)* September 29 Ball State* October 4 at Northern Illinois* October 6 at Toledo* October 11 Ohio* October 13 at Kent State* October 18 Central Michigan* October 20 Bowling Green* October 25 at Western Michigan* October 27 at Eastern Michigan* October 31 Buffalo* October 28 MAC Tournament Quarterfinals November 2 MAC Tournament Semifinals November 4 MAC Tournament Championship

Time 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Home matches in bold, played at FirstEnergy Stadium - Cub Cadet Field All Start times are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST) #-Purdue Boilermaker Cup *-Mid-American Conference match

2012 RESULTS (6-11-1, 2-8-1 MAC)

Date Opponent August 5 Duquesne (Exhibition) August 10 at West Virginia (Exhibition) August 17 Morehead State August 24 vs. VCU# August 26 vs. William & Mary# September 2 at Michigan State September 7 at Cleveland State September 9 Canisius September 16 Marshall September 21 at Miami (Ohio)* September 23 at Ball State* September 28 Northern Illinois* September 30 Toledo* October 5 at Ohio* October 7 Kent State* October 12 at Central Michigan* October 14 at Bowling Green* October 19 Western Michigan* October 21 Eastern Michigan* October 25 at Buffalo* #-Tennessee Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) *-Mid-American Conference match

SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter: @ZipsWSOC Facebook: Facebook.com/ZipsWSOC Instagram: ZipsWSOC

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


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TEAM PHOTO | ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Middle Row (L-R): Director of Operations Michelle Smith, Assistant Coach Andy Hoggarth, Strength and Conditioning Coach Jamie Liles, Karin Norman, Abby Gindlesberger, Madison Kaser, Holly Ohradzansky, Megan Waskowski, Miranda Yeaton, Katie George, Sarah Sivic, Amelia Robison, Assistant Coach Keri Sarver, Head Coach Vernon Croft Front Row (L-R): Director of Player Managers Ryan Schantz, Rachel Dennis, Gillian Gross, Kelly DeNiro, Klaire Adee, Alex Luevano-Harden, Maggie Rusnak, Amber Kern, Player Manager Caitlin Jakubec, Player Manager Sam Klassen

What is a Zip? One of the unique nicknames in all of intercollegiate athletics belongs to The University of Akron. Originally Zippers, athletic director Kenneth “Red” Cochrane officially shortened the nickname to the Zips in 1950. Twenty-five years earlier a campus-wide contest had been conducted to choose a nickname for The University’s athletics teams. Suggestions submitted by students, faculty, and alumni included Golden Blue Devils, Tip Toppers, Rubbernecks, Hillbillies, Kangaroos and Cheveliers. The winner, freshman Margaret Hamlin, received a prize of $10 for Zippers, a $6 pair of rubber overshoes and a brand name of the BF Goodrich Company. The evolution of Zippy, UA’s mascot, began 40 years ago when the student council decided the University needed a mascot. “Zippy” the kangaroo was officially declared the school’s mascot on May 1, 1953. In 2007, Zippy was named the Capital One National Mascot of the Year.

UA Athletic Communications/Media Information Gregg Bach

Assistant AD for Athletics Communications (contact for FB, W. Ten.) E-Mail: gbach@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6106 Mobile: (330) 760-0522

Dallas Moyer

Assistant Director (contact for MBB, M. & W. Golf) E-Mail: dm60@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6292 Mobile: (330) 571-4145

Paul Warner

Associate Director (contact for MSOC, XC and T&F) E-Mail: pwarner@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-2677 Mobile: (330) 962-0352

Dana LeRoy

Assistant Director (contact for VB, WBB, and SB) E-Mail: dleroy@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-7171 Mobile: (330) 957-3473

Sam Baldwin (W. Soccer Contact)

Graduate Assistant (contact for WSOC, WS&D, Rifle and BASE) E-Mail: sjb96@zips.uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6584 INTERVIEW POLICY All coach and student-athlete interviews (either in-person or via telephone) are to be arranged through the Athletics Communications Office. Please make interview requests at least one day in advance. FIRSTENERGY STADIUM - CUB CADET FIELD Press Box Phone: (330) 972-8896 Directions: Take State Route 8 to the Carroll/ Buchtel Street exit. Campus and FirstEnergy Stadium - Cub Cadet Field are just to the west of State Route 8. GAMEDAY COVERAGE Live Stats will be provided online at www. GoZips.com - the internet home of UA Athletics. Box Scores will be available at the end of each half and coach Vernon Croft and selected players will be available for interviews shortly after the conclusion of each match.

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Back Row (L-R): Hannah Werth, Lani Smith, Alexandra Frawley, Hailey Kirkwood, Danielle Reymann, Brooke Carrel, Kaylie West, Brianna Kanz, Karina Atkinson, Sydney Blomquist, Volunteer Coach Jared Rose


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2013 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 1 Klaire Adee 01 Alex Luevano-Harden 2 Hailey Kirkwood 3 Lani Smith 4 Katie George 5 Kaylie West 6 Madison Kaser 7 Sydney Blomquist 8 Amelia Robison 9 Megan Waskowski 10 Kelly DeNiro 11 Abby Gindlesberger 12 Holly Ohradzansky 13 Carli Pimm 14 Alexandra Frawley 15 Brooke Carrel 16 Amber Kern 17 Rachel Dennis 18 Hannah Werth 19 Brianna Kanz 20 Miranda Yeaton 21 Karina Atkinson 23 Sarah Sivic 25 Taylor Ballard 26 Danielle Reymann 27 Maggie Rusnak 28 Karin Norman 30 Gillian Gross

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

Yr. So. RSo. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

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

Hometown/High School/Previous School Rockford, Ill. / Boylan Catholic HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Arbor View HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Cimarron-Memorial HS Solon, Ohio / Hathaway Brown HS / University of South Carolina Middleburg Heights, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit HS Copley, Ohio / Copley HS/Ashland Silver Lake, Ohio / Archbishop Hoban HS Bel Air, Md. / Fallston Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Jerome HS Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville HS Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Watterson HS Canton, Ohio / Jackson HS Avon, Ohio / Avon HS Plain City, Ohio/Dublin Jerome HS Washington, Pa. / The Linsly School (W. Va.) Powell, Ohio / Dublin Jerome HS Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Coffman HS Massillon, Ohio / Jackson HS/Kent State Bloomington, Minn. / Jefferson HS Strongsville, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit HS Akron, Ohio / St. Vincent-St. Mary HS Cincinnati, Ohio / Glen Este HS Broadview Heights, Ohio / Brecksville-Broadview Heights HS Olmsted Falls, Ohio / Olmsted Falls HS Columbus, Ohio / Worthington Kilbourne HS Canton, Ohio / Massillon Jackson HS Stocksund, Sweden / Danderyds Gymnasium East Meadow, N.Y. / East Meadow HS

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 1 Klaire Adee 21 Karina Atkinson 25 Taylor Ballard 7 Sydney Blomquist 15 Brooke Carrel 10 Kelly DeNiro 17 Rachel Dennis 14 Alexandra Frawley 4 Katie George 11 Abby Gindlesberger 30 Gillian Gross 19 Brianna Kanz 6 Madison Kaser 16 Amber Kern 2 Hailey Kirkwood 01 Alex Luevano-Harden 28 Karin Norman 12 Holly Ohradzansky 13 Carli Pimm 26 Danielle Reymann 8 Amelia Robison 27 Maggie Rusnak 23 Sarah Sivic 3 Lani Smith 9 Megan Waskowski 18 Hannah Werth 5 Kaylie West 20 Miranda Yeaton

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

Yr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. RSo. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So.

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

Hometown/High School/Previous School Rockford, Ill. / Boylan Catholic HS Cincinnati, Ohio / Glen Este HS Olmsted Falls, Ohio / Olmsted Falls HS Bel Air, Md. / Fallston Powell, Ohio / Dublin Jerome HS Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Watterson HS Massillon, Ohio / Jackson HS/Kent State Washington, Pa. / The Linsly School (W. Va.) Middleburg Heights, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit HS Canton, Ohio / Jackson HS East Meadow, N.Y. / East Meadow HS Strongsville, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit HS Silver Lake, Ohio / Archbishop Hoban HS Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Coffman HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Cimarron-Memorial HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Arbor View HS Stocksund, Sweden / Danderyds Gymnasium Avon, Ohio / Avon HS Plain City, Ohio/Dublin Jerome HS Columbus, Ohio / Worthington Kilbourne HS Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Jerome HS Canton, Ohio / Massillon Jackson HS Broadview Heights, Ohio / Brecksville-Broadview Heights HS Solon, Ohio / Hathaway Brown HS / University of South Carolina Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville HS Bloomington, Minn. / Jefferson HS Copley, Ohio / Copley HS/Ashland Akron, Ohio / St. Vincent-St. Mary HS

Pronunciation Guide Klaire Adee...................................................Eighty Sydney Blomquist................................Blahm-quist Brooke Carrel............................................... Carroll Brianna Kanz...................................................Cans Madison Kaser............................................... K-zer Alex Luevano-Harden.............................Lu-vah-no

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Holly Ohradzansky..................................Or-zan-ski Maggie Rusnak....................................... Russ-nack Danielle Reymann.....................................Ray-man Lani Smith..................................................Lah-nee Miranda Yeaton..........................................Yay-ton


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HEAD COACH VERNON CROFT

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WOME N’S S OCC ER Head Coach Second Season Lynchburg, 1994

Vernon Croft will enter his second season as the Head Coach for Akron women’s soccer in 2013. Croft, who was hired as one of the program’s assistant coaches and served as Interim Head Coach in 2012, has 10 seasons of collegiate head coaching experience. In 2012, Croft led the Zips to a 6-11-1 overall record and 2-8-1 in the MAC as Interim Head Coach for the squad. Akron women’s soccer had one Academic All-MAC recipient and five All-MAC honorees, two players on the second team and three receiving honorable mentions. The 2012 squad also tied the single season record for most points in a season (69) and set the program mark for most assists (23) in a season. Croft came to Northeast Ohio after spending two seasons as an assistant women’s coach at Miami (Fla.), where he was in charge of the goalkeepers and attacking players and acted as the recruiting coordinator. Eight of the Hurricane’s 11 starters in 2011 were a part of the two recruiting classes coordinated by Croft. Prior to his stint at Miami, Croft spent nine seasons as the head coach at Indiana State after starting the women’s soccer program in 1999. He is the Sycamores all-time winningest coach, and led ISU to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Championship Game in 2008. Croft was also named the MVC Coach of the Year in 2004. Croft coached 15 all-conference performers, one MVC Freshman of the Year and eight MVC All-Tournament honorees while in Terre Haute. His teams were honored nine-consecutive times with NSCAA Team Academic Awards, including a No. 1 team academic ranking in 2004. The 2008 season saw the Sycamores reach the Missouri Valley Conference finals, the deepest postseason run in program history. Croft’s squad also won the Athletic Director’s Cup with the highest team GPA (3.62) and the team received the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the eighth straight season. The 2007 team finished the season on a high note, notching a 2-0 win over Missouri State on Senior Day, the first and only conference victory of the season. While the Sycamores failed to qualify for the MVC tournament for the first time in four years, Croft produced four All-Conference performers, two that were lost to graduation. 2006 was a year of continued growth for the Sycamores. Led by the play of Lauren Podolski who was the lone current Valley athlete to be named to the MVC’s All-Centennial Team, the Sycamores put together a six-match winning streak en route to finishing sixth in the league. In addition, Podolski also earned first team All-MVC and Academic All-MVC plaudits. The Sycamores notched conference victories over Northern Iowa and Missouri State. In 2005, Indiana State’s season was headlined by a 2-1 win over nationallyranked Illinois, the first win for ISU over a Big Ten program. The Sycamores also advanced to the Missouri Valley Conference tournament for the second year in a row. Following the end of the season, ISU pulled in the most conference accolades in the history of ISU soccer with five players named AllConference. Success on the field is only part of the program that Croft has built as the academic success is just as impressive. The Sycamores earned the number one academic ranking among all NCAA Division I soccer programs during the 2003-04 school year, according to the NSCAA, as their 3.54 team GPA led the nation. It was the fourth straight year the ISU program was recognized by the NSCAA for its academic performance and the fourth straight year the Sycamores were the highest ranked school in the MVC.

Croft earned 2004 MVC Co-Coach of the Year honors after the Sycamores posted their best season to date in school history and advanced to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament semifinals. ISU also set records with nine wins overall and four victories in league play. Along with three players being named All-Conference, Lauren Podolski picked up ISU’s first ever MVC Freshman of the Year honor. Three Sycamores earned All-Conference honors in 2003 with Croft at the helm. It marked the second consecutive season in which at least one Sycamore was named first team All-Conference. ISU earned two MVC Player of the Week awards, while Natalie Contosta was named to the

THE CROFT FILE Record as a Division-I Head Coach Year School Overall Record (Conf. Record/Finish) 2000 Indiana State 3-16-0 1-6-0/T7th 2001 Indiana State 6-11-2 1-4-1/6th 2002 Indiana State 7-12-1 2-5-0/7th 2003 Indiana State 6-10-2 1-6-0/T6th 2004 Indiana State 9-10-0 4-3-0/3rd 2005 Indiana State 7-9-2 3-3-0/5th 2006 Indiana State 8-10-0 2-4-0/6th 2007 Indiana State 6-12-0 1-5-0/7th 2008 Indiana State 5-15-0 1-5-0/6th 2012 Akron 6-11-1 2-8-1/11th Career Total (10 Yrs.) 63-116-8 (16-41-1 MVC, 2-8-1 MAC)

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MVC All-Academic Team. The Sycamores continued their strong defensive play, a hallmark under Croft, as they limited their opponents to a then school-best 29 goals on the season. In 2002, Croft directed the Sycamores to a then school record seven wins, landed three players on the All-MVC team, and a pair of freshmen on the All-Freshmen squad. Croft made adjustments to the schedule as Indiana State faced its toughest lineup in the history of the program, including three teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament. In 2001, the Sycamores doubled its win total from 2000. As a result, ISU was the lone Missouri Valley Conference school recognized nationally for its improvement. The Sycamore defense recorded the first three shutouts in school history. Offensively they tallied 13 more goals on 85 more shot attempts in comparison to 2000. The improvements on the field translated into four Sycamores being named to the All-Missouri Valley Conference team. In 2000, the first year of the program, Croft and the Sycamores were ranked No. 5 among first-year programs, according to Soccer Buzz. Croft also landed a pair of players on the Soccer Buzz First-Year Programs All-National Team. In addition, the Sycamores earned a berth in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. Croft, who was named head coach on December 15, 1999, came to Indiana State with solid experience in building programs from the ground level. Previously, he served at Missouri State, where he assisted in launching the Lady Bears soccer program. In his four seasons with MSU, the Lady Bears made appearances in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament and advanced to the semifinals every year including the championship game in 1999. While at the Springfield, Mo., institution, Croft also served as the men’s goalkeeper coach from 1996-97 which finished its season ranked No. 12 in the nation. Prior to MSU, Croft served as an assistant coach at NCAA Division III Widener University in Chester, Pa., helping begin the women’s soccer program from 1995-96. He helped guide the Pioneers to a secondplace finish in the Middle Atlantic Conference with a 15-2-1 record and a berth in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament and a No. 4 regional ranking. Croft began his college coaching career at Lynchburg College in 1994 as the graduate assistant men’s soccer coach. Croft played collegiate soccer at Rider University for one year before a four-year stint at Lynchburg College where he was a two-year captain and goalkeeper and set the school record for most saves in a career. He earned his bachelor’s degree in health, movement science and recreation in 1994 from Lynchburg and his master’s in education from Widener in 1996. The Fairfax, Va. native played two seasons as goalkeeper in the United Systems Independent Soccer League, competing for the Roanoke (Va.) Riverdawgs in 1994 and the Reading (Pa.) Rage in 1995. Croft currently holds licenses from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and has his United States Soccer Federation A License.


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Keri Sarver Assistant Coach Second Season Maryland, 1999

Keri Sarver begins her second season as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Akron in 2013. An accomplished club coach, Sarver has been the director of coaching for the Internationals Soccer Club since 2008, where she trained coaches and managers, organized team training, camps and tryouts, and oversaw the club’s scheduling and travel needs. As a staff coach with the Internationals since 2005, Sarver was involved with all aspects of team training with girls’ teams ages 8-18. During that time, Sarver’s clubs captured over 30 Ohio Youth Soccer Association North State (OYSAN) Championships, while three teams advanced to the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) National Finals and five won United Soccer Leagues Super-Y League National Championships. Sarver helped develop six U.S. Youth National Team pool players and placed over 100 players at various colleges throughout the country. Sarver also assisted with the Internationals W-League team from 2007-09 after working with the club as a trainer from 1995-2004. In 2009, Sarver was honored as the USYSA Girls Competitive National Coach of the Year, as well as the OYSAN and Region II Girls Competitive Coach of the Year. In addition to her work with the Internationals, Sarver has coached with the United States Soccer Federation Youth National Teams Program as an assistant coach since 2011 and also was a national scout and training center coach since 2010. She also was a staff coach for the Olympic Development Program’s Midwest Region in 1996-97. An alumnus of Jackson High School in Massillon, Sarver was a threetime All-Ohio and All-Region pick and was named the Akron Beacon Journal’s Athlete of the Year as a soccer player in 1993 when she led the team to the state semifinals and was named a Parade All-American. She finished her career as the school’s all-time and single-season record holder in goals, assists and points. She continued her soccer career at the University of Maryland, where she was a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference pick and an All-American in 1998. Sarver helped the Terrapins to four NCAA Tournaments from 1995-1998 and graduated holding the school record in every major offensive category. She was named the University’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year in 1998-99 and won the ACC’s James Weaver-Corrigan Award. In 2002, Sarver was named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team. Following graduation from college, she played professional soccer with the Washington Freedom, New York Power and Carolina Courage of the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA). Sarver also played semi-professionally for several teams in the United Soccer Leagues WLeague and was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team pool. Sarver graduated from Maryland in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science. Professionally, Sarver has worked as a senior database technology software engineer for The MITRE Corporation since 1999. She holds a United States Soccer Federation A License and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Director of Coaching Diploma. Sarver was a 2011 inductee in the Ohio Soccer Hall of Fame and she was inducted into Jackson High School’s Hall of Fame in 2004.

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Andy Hoggarth Assistant Coach First Season Shenandoah, 2010

Andy Hoggarth is set to begin his first season as an assistant coach of the University of Akron women’s soccer team. Hoggarth comes to the Zips after serving six years as head soccer coach at Thiel College from 2007-12. Hoggarth was instrumental in the recruitment and retention of student-athletes, which resulted in increased roster size, GPA, and winning percentage for both the men’s and women’s soccer programs. Along with head coaching duties, Hoggarth sat as co-chair to the Physical Education department at Thiel College. One of his main duties was to be the chair of the coaching minor within the P.E. department. Prior to Thiel College, Hoggarth was an associate head coach at Shenandoah University, where he also earned his Master’s in Education. Goalkeeper development and coaching was a main aspect to the position as well. Hoggarth had also worked with Middlebrough Football Club from 2003-05 as a Health Promoter and Goalkeeper Development Officer. One of his main responsibilities in that position was to communicate the healthy lifestyle offered by soccer, and to develop and implement goalkeeper academy programs. Before pursuing a career in coaching, he spent time as goalkeeper for several youth academies and semi-professional teams with the culmination of winning the FA Vase in 2001 with Whitley Bay FC. He has also spent time recently in 2012 as head coach of AFC Cleveland, which turned in a 6-7-2 record in his first season at the helm. Hoggarth received his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Studies from Nothumbria University in Newcastle, England. He has also earned an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches of America.


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WOME N’S S OCC ER Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season Florida International, 2006 Jared Rose begins his second season as the volunteer assistant for the Akron women’s soccer team in 2012. Rose comes to Akron from the state of Florida where he was a head coach at Pinecrest Premier Soccer Club in Miami since 2007. He was named the club’s coach of the year in 2011. Rose also served as the head middle school soccer coach at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami, along with assisting the JV and varsity programs since 2011. In addition, he has been a member of the summer soccer camp coaching staff at the University of Miami (Fla.) and an assistant coach at Immaculate La Salle High School in Miami. Rose began his coaching career in 2006 as a student coach at Michigan State University. Outside of coaching, Rose has worked as a personal trainer, where he obtained certifications from the National Federation of Professional Trainers. As a player, Rose was a four-year member of the men’s soccer team at Florida International University. A two-time all-conference player, Rose was a team co-captain and earned the team coaches award in 2005. Rose graduated from Florida International in 2006 with Bachelor of Science degree in sport management and physical education and is pursuing a master’s degree in coaching education from Ohio University. He holds a United States Soccer Federation B License.

Michelle Smith

Director of Operations Third Season Akron, 2011 Former Zips goalkeeper Michelle Smith begins her third season as women’s soccer director of operations in 2012. She is in charge of handling the day-to-day logistics of Akron women’s soccer. Smith, a former goalkeeper at UA, started the final six games of the 2010 season, leading her squad to a 4-1-1 mark and recording two clean sheets. Smith finished the 2011 season with 34 saves in 10 games and a goals against average of 0.94 - the lowest season GAA ever recorded by an Akron goalkeeper. Smith began her collegiate career at Austin Peay, where she made 12 starts and 18 total appearances as a sophomore in 2007. She finished her collegiate career with a combined record of 14-12-1 between her time at APSU and UA. A native of Las Vegas, Smith completed her master’s in political science in the spring of 2011. Smith also holds a U.S. Youth Soccer National Youth License.

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Ryan Schantz

Director of Player Managers First Season

THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON 2013 WOMEN’S SOCCER • 7

AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

Jared Rose

AKRON

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AKRON ZIPS BALLARD | DENIRO

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Kelly DeNiro

Taylor Ballard

Midfielder/Defender 5-6 • Senior Olmsted Falls, Ohio Olmsted Falls High School

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as a Junior (2012): Played in four games as a substitute, including the win over Canisius (Sept. 9) … also saw minutes at Michigan State (Sept. 2), at Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 21) and at Ball State (Sept. 23). as a Sophomore (2011): Made collegiate debut in the 4-0 win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11). as a Freshman (2010): Did not see action. at Olmsted Falls High School: Four-year varsity letter winner … finished her high school career with 19 goals and 23 assists (61 points) … 11 goals (eight game-winners), seven assists (29 points) as a senior, when she was chosen second team All-Southwestern Conference … honorable mention all-league selection as a sophomore. Club Soccer: Played for Cleveland Internationals ... 2005 – state cup champions, regional semifinalist, and Super Y-League national champions .... 2006 – state cup semifinalist ... 2007 – Super Y-League national champions ... 2008 – regional semifinalist, state cup champions and Midwest Regional League First Division champions ... 2009 – state cup champions, regional champions and participated in US Soccer Youth Nationals. Personal: Born June, 19, 1992 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Scott Ballard and Sheri Ballard ... has one brother (Logan) ... majoring in physical education.

Ballard’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2011 1/0 2012 4/0 Totals 5/0

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Midfielder 5-5 • Senior Columbus, Ohio Bishop Watterson High School

as a Junior (2012): A second team All-MAC selection ... started all 18 games in central midfield … one of six players to start every game … was second on the team in goals (five), assists (four), points (14) and shots (35) … led the team with two game-winning goals … named to the all-tournament team at the Tennessee Lady Vol Classic (Aug. 24-26) … had three points on a goal and an assist at Cleveland State (Sept. 7) … registered assists against Ohio (Oct. 5) and Kent State (Oct. 7) … recorded at least one point in the final four games of the season … scored both goals in the win at Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … netted the game-winning goal in overtime at Buffalo in the season finale (Oct. 25) … had four goals and three assists during MAC play … played the second most minutes on the team, 1586.

as a Sophomore (2011): Started all 18 games in the midfield, scoring twice and adding a pair of assists ... fired 30 shots on the year, with 10 finding the target ... scored the game winner in the victory over Eastern Illinois (Sept. 17) ... assisted on the lone goal in the 1-0, seasoning-opening win at Michigan (Aug. 19) ... scored in the 3-0 triumph over Eastern Michigan (Sept. 25) ... picked up the assist on Katie Wise’s game-winner against Bowling Green (Oct. 14). as a Freshman (2010): Named to the MAC All-Freshman team after assisting on five goals and scoring once … four of five assists came during MAC play … tallied an assist in four of five matches from Oct. 10 to Oct. 24 … also assisted on a goal during the season-opening win over Illinois State (Aug. 20) … scored in Akron’s 4-1 loss to Long Beach St. (Sept. 19) … released 24 shots with 12 on goal. at Watterson High School: Four-year varsity letter winner … three-time first team All-Central Catholic League selection (sophomore, junior and senior) … first-team all-state and first-team all-district pick as a senior, and was also chosen as team MVP … had 15 goals and eight assists (38 points) during her senior year, when team went 15-3-1 en route to being CCL champions and a district finalist …ESPN Rise state-by-state top player. Club Soccer: Played for the Ohio Premier Eagles ... 2004 and 2006 Ohio South state champions ... 2006 Region II semifinalist ... 2008 and 2009 Disney Showcase finalist. Personal: Honor Roll member … born July 25, 1992 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of John DeNiro and Betsy DeNiro ... has a brother (Danny) and sister (Tess) ... majoring in integrated marketing communications.

DeNiro’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2010 19/17 1 5 7 24 (12) 0 2011 18/18 2 2 6 30 (10) 1 2012 18/18 5 4 14 35 (16) 2 Totals 55/53 8 11 27 89 (38) 3

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DENNIS | GROSS

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Midfielder 5-6 • Senior Massillon, Ohio Jackson High School/Kent St.

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as a Junior (2011): Redshirted. at Kent State: Appeared in 14 games as a freshman in 2009 while scoring a goal on six shots ... played in four games as a sophomore in 2010. at Jackson High School: A four-year starter ... captained the team in 2008 and earned team MVP honors ... named first team all-state and the Federal League Player of the Year. Club Soccer: Played for the Cleveland Internationals ... club side captured three state titles and three state runner-up finishes ... Super-Y team won pair of national championships. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Colleen ... has three sisters and one brother ... majoring in psychology.

Dennis’ Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2009* 14/0 2010* 4/0 2011 2012 7/0 Totals 25/0 * - played at Kent State

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 1 0 2 6 (3) 1 0 0 0 2 (2) 0 DNP - Red Shirt 0 0 0 1 (0) 0 1 0 2 9 (5) 1

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Defender 5-3 • Senior East Meadow, N.Y. East Meadow High School

as a Junior (2012): Played in 15 games, starting 12 as Akron’s primary left back … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) missed the first three games of the season due to injury … took a shot against Western Michigan (Oct. 19). as a Junior (2011): Made appearances in all but one game ... recorded her first career assist in the win over Eastern Michigan (Sept. 25). as a Sophomore (2011): Saw the field in all 18 matches, making 16 starts ... tallied two assists ... picked up first career point in the 4-0 win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11) ... assisted on the game-winner at Northern Illinois (Sept. 30) ... part of a defense that pitched five consecutive clean sheets in the middle of the season. as a Freshman (2010): Played in 11 matches and made four starts on the backline before being sidelined with an injury … three of her four starts came in conference play … stayed on the pitch for the entirety of matches against Eastern Michigan (Sept. 26) and Toledo (Oct. 3). at East Meadow High School: Five-year varsity letter winner and starter as a defender (was called up to play varsity as an eighth grader) … team captain as a junior and senior, when she was also an all-state and all-county choice … an ESPN All-Area selection as a junior (list of top players to watch) … team was a county championship finalist during her senior and sophomore seasons, and advanced to the semifinals when she was a freshman and junior. Club Soccer: Played for HBC Intense Arsenal ... team were the 2009 NEWSS champions. ODP: Played ODP from 2003 – 2009 ... selected to the Region I pool in 2009. Personal: National Honor Society member and was involved in Key Club … has an identical twin sister, Courtney, who plays soccer at Buffalo … older sister, Marissa, played soccer at Towson … daughter of Allan Gross and Donna Gross ... born Feb. 28, 1992 in Manhasset, N.Y.

Gross’ Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2010 11/4 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 2011 18/16 0 2 2 3 (3) 0 2012 15/12 0 0 0 1 (0) 0 Totals 44/32 0 2 2 4 (3) 0

THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON 2013 WOMEN’S SOCCER • 9

AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

Gillian Gross

Rachel Dennis


AKRON ZIPS

KERN | RUSNAK

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Amber Kern

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Defender 5-7 • Senior Dublin, Ohio Dublin Coffman High School

Maggie Rusnak

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Midfielder/Defender 5-8 • Senior Canton, Ohio Jackson High School

as a Junior (2012): Started all 18 games in central defense or midfield … one of six players to start every game … scored one goal and added two assists for four points … had an assist in the season-opening win over Morehead State (Aug. 17) … also registered an assist against Toledo (Sept. 30) … scored first career goal at Ohio (Oct. 5) … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … took 15 shots, putting five on goal … led the team in minutes played with 1601.

as a Junior (2012): Started all 18 games in defensive midfield … one of six players to start every game … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … took four shots on the season, including two against Canisius.

as a Sophomore (2011): A second team All-MAC selection ... started all 18 matches in the center of the UA defense ... led a unit that recorded eight shutouts, including five straight in the middle of the season ... fired two shots.

as a Freshman (2010): Did not see action.

as a Freshman (2010): Appeared in all 19 games and made 17 starts during her rookie season, playing mainly in the backline … registered an assist in the loss at Eastern Michigan (Sept. 26) … played the full 90 minutes in eleven different matches, including the 3-0 shutout off Buffalo (Oct. 24). at Dublin Coffman High School: Four-year varsity letter winner … finished her high school career with 28 goals and 27 assists (83 points) … first team All-Central Division and All-Ohio Capital Conference choice as a senior, when her team was a district and regional champion and a finalist in the state tournament with a 14-6-3 record … team captain and voted team MVP as a senior … named to the Central Ohio Super 12 team as a senior … team closed out her senior season rated No. 20 by ESPN Rise. Club Soccer: 10-year member of Ohio Premier Eagles team, which was rated by “Got Soccer” No. 1 in Ohio South and No. 2 regionally at the end of the 2009 season ... 2009 Disney Showcase finalist ... 2010 Midwest Regional League Premier Division second place ... 2009 Top Drawer regional player to watch. ODP: 2004 – 2009 ODP state team ... 2004–09 regional camp ... 2009 Region II Team Tournament finalist. Personal: Member of the Honor Roll … plays the piano … born June 19, 1992 in Dayton, Ohio ... daughter of Kerry Kern and Sue Ann Kern ... has two brothers, David and Bradley ... majoring in marketing.

Kern’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2010 19/17 0 1 1 0 (0) 0 2011 18/18 0 0 0 2 (0) 0 2012 18/18 1 2 4 15 (5) 0 Totals 55/53 1 3 5 17 (5) 0

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as a Sophomore (2011): Made collegiate debut in the 4-0 win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11).

at Olmsted Falls High School: Four-year varsity letter winner … finished her high school career with 19 goals and 23 assists (61 points) … 11 goals (eight game-winners), seven assists (29 points) as a senior, when she was chosen second team All-Southwestern Conference … honorable mention all-league selection as a sophomore. Club Soccer: Played for Cleveland Internationals ... 2005 – state cup champions, regional semifinalist, and Super Y-League national champions .... 2006 – state cup semifinalist ... 2007 – Super Y-League national champions ... 2008 – regional semifinalist, state cup champions and Midwest Regional League First Division champions ... 2009 – state cup champions, regional champions and participated in US Soccer Youth Nationals. Personal: Born June, 19, 1992 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Scott Ballard and Sheri Ballard ... has one brother (Logan) ... majoring in physical education.

Rusnak’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2010 16/14 0 0 0 1 (1) 0 2011 18/17 0 1 1 5 (3) 0 2012 18/18 0 0 0 4 (0) 0 Totals 52/49 0 1 1 10 (4) 0


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LUEVANO-HARDEN | ATKINSON

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Goalkeeper 5-5 • Redshirt Junior Las Vegas, Nev. Arbor View High School

as a Redshirt Sophomore (2012): Made 14 appearances in goal, including 12 starts … Logged 911 minutes between the pipes … allowed 15 goals, while making 59 saves … had a .797 save percentage and a 1.48 goals against average … named the MAC Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 10 after posting shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7) and Canisius (Sept. 9) … registered seven saves against Marshall (Sept. 16) and Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 21) … made a season-high nine saves at Ball State (Sept. 23) … did not allow a goal in 45 minutes of action against Bowling Green (Oct. 14), Eastern Michigan (Oct. 21) and Buffalo (Oct. 25). as a Redshirt Freshman (2011): Made her first career start in the loss to Florida International (Aug. 27) ... also saw action in the win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11) ... tallied four saves on the season. as a Freshman (2010): Redshirted. at Arbor View High School: Four-year starter and varsity letter winner … led her team to a state championship during her senior season … recorded 14 shutouts as a junior, the most of any goalkeeper in southern Nevada … Earned All-Northeast Conference and All-Sunset Division honors as a junior, when her team posted a 14-4-2 record and was a regional semifinalist … Arbor View HS shutout and saves leader as a freshman (10 shutouts, 19 saves) … team was a regional semifinalist during her freshman and sophomore seasons as well. Club Soccer: Las Vegas Premier Soccer Club ’92 White/Neusport Football Club ... 2009 Nevada state champions ... 2009 Far West Regional quarterfinalist. ODP: 2003-2009 Nevada ODP state team ... 2009 Region IV ODP Invitational Camp ... 2007 ODP state team was finalist in regional championships. Personal: Born Aug. 29, 1992 in Fontana, Calif. ... daughter of Michael Harden and Anadel Harden ... has two sisters, Jordan and Mickelle ... majoring in nursing.

Luevano-Harden’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS Min. GA 2011 2/1 63:49 1 2012 14/12 911:39 15 Totals 16/13 975:28 16

GAA 1.41 1.48 1.48

Saves 4 59 63

W-L-T SO 0-1-0 0 3-5-1 2 3-6-1 2

Karina Atkinson Midfielder/Forward 5-3 • Junior Cincinnati, Ohio Glen Este High School

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as a Sophomore (2012): Appeared in all 18 games as an outside midfielder … was fourth on the team in scoring with two goals and three assists for seven points … had an assist at Cleveland State (Sept. 7) and assisted Ashley Hughes’ game-winner against Canisius (Sept. 9) … scored the UA goal at Ball State (Sept. 23) … had the equalizing goal against Western Michigan (Oct. 19), while taking a season-high three shots … assisted Hughes’ equalizer in the season finale at Buffalo (Oct. 25) … registered nine shots on the season, putting six on goal. as a Freshman (2011): Scored two goals and added two assists, appearing in nine games off the bench in her rookie season ... scored a goal and tallied an assist in her first collegiate game vs. Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11) ... also found the net in the 2-2 draw at Toledo (Oct. 9) ... fed Rachel Phillip for her second assist in the win over Eastern Illinois (Sept. 17). at Glen Este High School: Four-year varsity letter winner ... scored 23 goals and added 26 assists ... Freshman Year - earned the Southwest Ohio All-Academic Award and FAVC Academic Award ... Sophomore Year - was named second team all-conference ... served as the team captain ... Southwest Ohio All-Academic team ... named to the FAVC Academic Team and received the Coaches’ Award ... Junior Year - was second team all-conference and the team captain ... named Southwest Ohio All-Academic and FAVC Academic, and received the Coaches’ Award .... Senior Year - was first team all-conference ... also an all-city honorable mention, team MVP, and most valuable offensive player (most points) ... team captain, SW Ohio All-Academic team, and FAVC Academic team ... Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Academic Excellence honoree. Club Soccer: A member of Cincinnati Classics Hammer FC ... 2008 MRL first division champions ... State Cup quarterfinalist. ODP: 2005 - 2008 Ohio South State Team ... 2005 - 2008 Regional Camp. Personal: Born July 6, 1993 in Cincinnati, Ohio ... daughter of Robert and Darla Atkinson ... has a brother (Dylan) ... majoring in biomedical engineering.

Atkinson’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2011 9/0 2012 18/0 Totals 27/0

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2 2 6 3 (2) 0 2 3 7 9 (6) 0 4 5 13 12 (8) 0

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AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

Alex Luevano-Harden


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CARREL | FRAWLEY

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Brooke Carrel

Midfielder 5-8 • Junior Powell, Ohio Dublin Jerome High School

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as a Sophomore (2012): Played in 14 games, making three starts … was in the starting 11 for the first three games of the season … assisted Ashley Hughes’ goal at Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 21) … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … took a shot against Eastern Michigan (Oct. 21).

Alexandra Frawley

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Midfielder/Defender 5-8 • Junior Washington, Pa. The Linsly School (W. Va.)

as a Sophomore (2012): Did not see action. as a Freshman (2011): Appeared as a substitute in 10 matches ... scored one goal, connecting in the 3-0 win against Eastern Michigan (Sept. 25).

Club Soccer: Played for the Ohio Premier Eagles and captained her team in 2008 and 2009 ... OP Eagles were the 2008 Ohio South State Champions, a 2009 and 2010 Ohio South Finalist and a 2010 Regional Finalist ... in 2010 the club finished 10th in the Elite Clubs National League.

High School: Four-year varsity letter winner (spent 2 years in Iowa) ... Scored 37 goals and tallied 13 assists ... Freshman Year - second team All-Central Iowa Metropolitan League honoree ... Sophomore Year - was named to the first team All-Central Iowa Metropolitan League ... an honorable mention all-state honoree (Iowa) ... Junior Year - named first team All-Ohio Valley Athletic Conference (OVAC) ... tabbed the OVAC Division 3 Player of the Year ... first team All-State (West Virginia) ... was the West Virginia HS Soccer Coaches Association AA-A Midfielder of the Year ... named All-Valley First Team, All-OVAC First Team and team MVP ... Senior Year - named to the ESPN Rise Mid-Atlantic Starting Eleven Soccer Team ... first team All-OVAC, OVAC Division 3 Player of the Year, first team all-state (West Virginia) ... was the West Virginia HS Soccer Coaches Association AA-A Midfielder of the Year ... captained the AllValley First Team ... member of the All-OVAC First Team ... voted Player of the Year by her teammates and was the varsity team captain ... a Wendy’s High School Heisman Winner.

Personal: Born May 8, 1993 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of Bruce and Jannine Carrel ... has one brother, Brad ... undecided major.

Club Soccer: Beadling Soccer Club: 2010 Pennsylvania West State SemiFinalists ... 2010 Adidas Blue Chip Group Champions ... 2010 Jefferson

as a Freshman (2011): Came off the bench in the matches against Michigan State (Sept. 4) and Miami (Oct. 16). at Dublin Jerome High School: A three-year varsity letter winner ... scored seven goals and tallied 16 assists as a defender during her career ... helped Jerome to the OCC championship in her freshman and sophomore seasons ... her side was a two-time district finalist and compiled a 47-19-8 record over during her career.

Carrel’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2011 2/0 2012 14/3 Totals 16/3

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 0 1 1 1 (1) 9 0 1 1 1 (1) 0

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Frawley’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2011 10/0 1 0 2 1 (1) 0 2012 DNP Totals 10/0 1 0 2 1 (1) 0


AKRON ZIPS

KANZ | KIRKWOOD

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Midfielder 5-7 • Junior Strongsville, Ohio Walsh Jesuit High School

as a Sophomore (2012): Started all 18 games in central defense or midfield … one of six players to start every game … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … took two shots on the season. as a Freshman (2011): Appeared off the bench in the loss to Michigan State (Sept. 4) and the win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11). at Walsh Jesuit High School: A four-year varsity letter winner ... helped the team to 52 shutouts in her four year career ... Walsh compiled a record of 66-8-11 in her career ... Freshman Year - Helped her team to a regional championship ... Junior Year - Led her side to another regional championship ... named Unsung Warrior ... Senior Year - Captained Walsh to the a state championship ... Walsh was named ESPN Rise National Champions and Best Catholic Girls HS Soccer Team ... named CoMVP, first team All-Ohio, All-District, ESPN Rise Fall-State All-Star, Plain Dealer “Best of the Best”, Akron Touchdown Club Girls Soccer Player of the Year, Akron Touchdown Club All-Star, and Darci Riley Award winner. Club Soccer: Cleveland Internationals Soccer Club ... Club was ranked in the top 30 for the Nation ... USL Y-League Olympic Development National Select Player in 2010. Personal: Born June 13, 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Bryan and Sharon ... has three sisters (Brittany, Bridgette, and Rebecca) ... majoring in exercise science/pre-physical therapy.

Kanz’s Career Statistics

Hailey Kirkwood

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Defender 5-7 • Junior Las Vegas, Nev. Cimarron-Memorial High

as a Sophomore (2012): Made 15 appearances, starting 13 at right back … scored her first career goal, the game-winner, in the season-opening win over Morehead State (Aug. 17) … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7) and Canisius (Sept. 9) … missed three games due to injury in October … took three shots on the season, putting two on goal. as a Freshman (2011): Made 12 starts and three appearances off the bench ... nine of her starts came in conference play ... aided a backline that held eight opponents scoreless. at Cimmaron-Memorial High School: A four-year varsity letter winner and starter ... totaled 11 goals and 29 assists as a defender ... was named captain her junior and senior year and was voted soccer MVP her junior and senior years. Club Soccer: Neusport FC was ranked 6th in the Rocky Mountain Region by TopDrawer Soccer ... club posted eight consecutive state cup wins (2004 - 2011) ... Surf Cup Champions in 2009, Region IV Quarter finalists in 2006, 2009 and 2010.

Kirkwood’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2011 15/12 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 2012 15/13 1 0 2 3 (2) 1 Totals 30/25 1 0 2 3 (2) 1

Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2011 2/0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 2012 18/18 0 0 0 2 (0) 0 Totals 20/18 0 0 0 2 (0) 0

THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON 2013 WOMEN’S SOCCER • 13

AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

Brianna Kanz


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REYMANN | WEST

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Danielle Reymann

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Midfielder 5-6 • Junior Columbus, Ohio

Worthington Kilbourne High

as a Sophomore (2012): Played in two games as a substitute … made collegiate debut at Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 21) and also saw minutes against Kent State (Oct. 7). as a Freshman (2011): Did not see action.

Kaylie West

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Defender 5-4 • Junior Copley, Ohio Copley High School/Ashland

as a Sophomore (2012): Did not see action. as a Freshman at Ashland (2011): Saw action in 16 games with seven starts during the season.

at Worthington Kilbourne High School: A four-year varsity letter winner ... Kilbourne HS went 29-14-7 record during her career ... four year district semi-finalist ... was named first team All-OCC and team captain her senior year.

at Copley High School: Earned four varsity letters ... helped lead the team to the Suburban League Championship her freshman year ... named team MVP and second team All-Suburban League in her junior season ... earned second-team all-state, first-team all-league, and firstteam all-district for her play her senior season ... team captain and MVP in her final season.

Club Soccer: Ohio Premier Eagles: 2008 state cup champions and midwest regional appearance ... 2009 state cup finalist ... 2010 state cup finalists and midwest regional finalist.

Club Soccer: Played for Cleveland Futbol Club.

Personal: Born November 20, 1992 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of John and Lynn ... has two brothers (Charlie and James) ... majoring in speech language pathology and audiology.

Reymann’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2011 DNP 2012 2/0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 Totals 2/0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0

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Personal: Born January 13, 1993 in Akron, Ohio ... daughter of Rich and Susie West ... has one brother (Van) ... major is undecided.

West’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G 2011* 16/7 0 2012 Totals 16/7 0 * - played at Ashland

A 0 DNP 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots (SOG) GW 3 (1) 0 3 (1)

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Goalkeeper 5-6 • Sophomore Rockford, Ill. Boylan Catholic High School

as a Freshman (2012): Named to the All-MAC Freshmen team ... made 12 appearances in goal, starting six times … Logged 757 minutes between the pipes … allowed 17 goals and made 46 saves … had a .730 save percentage and a 2.02 goals against average … started the season opener against Morehead State (Aug. 17) and earned the victory … made seven saves against VCU in a 2-1 win (Aug. 24) … preserved Akron’s shutout by making six saves in the second half against Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … did not allow a goal in 65 minutes of action against Western Michigan (Oct. 19) … tied her season-high with seven saves against Eastern Michigan (Oct. 21). Club Soccer: Played for Eclipse Select, which was ranked third in the Midwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer ... team was the U.S. Club Soccer regional champions 2010 and a U.S. Club Soccer national finalist 2010 ... also played on the ECNL Club National Champion Eclipse Select team in 2010-2011 ... Individually ranked no. 19 in the Midwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer. ODP: A member of the Illinois ODP State team in 2008, 2009, and 2010 ... part of the Region II ODP Pool in 2008, 2009, and 2010 and was selected for the Region II ODP Team in 2008 and 2009 ... placed on the Interregional team in 2008 and 2010 ... participated in the National Nike ID Camp in 2008 ... a member of the Costa Rica tournament team 2009.

Adee’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS Min. GA GAA 2012 12/6 757:26 17 2.02 Totals 12/6 757:26 17 2.02

Saves 46 46

W-L-T SO 3-6-0 0 3-6-0 0

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Defender 5-6 • Sophomore Middleburg Heights, Ohio Walsh Jesuit High School

as a Freshman (2012): Named to the All-MAC freshmen team ... started all 18 games in central defense … one of six players to start every game … was the only freshman to start every game … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … assisted the game-winning goal against VCU (Aug. 24) … played 1567 minutes, the third most on the team … took four shots, including two on goal. at Walsh Jesuit High School: A four year starter ... scored five goals, tallied eight assists and anchored a defense that produced 57 shutouts and allowed only 34 goals while Walsh compiled a record of 72-5-8 ... Squad won four district titles, three regional championships, and the 2010 state championship ... following the 2010 state championship Walsh was named ESPN RISE National Champions ... was named defensive MVP all four seasons and team MVP her senior season ... named an ESPN RISE Fall State All-Star and an Akron Touchdown Club All-Star after her junior season ... Division II player of the year, conference player of the year, and a first team All-Ohio selection her senior season ... named an All-American and to the ESPN RISE Ohio Starting 11 as well after her senior year ... was the Akron Touchdown Club Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2011 ... also named to the Plain Dealer All-Star Team. Club Soccer: Played for Internationals SC ... squad won seven straight state cup championships (2004-2011) ... won the US Club Soccer National Cup V in 2006, the USL Super-Y League National Championship in 2007 ... were USYSA Region II Finalists in 2007 ... Midwest Regional League First Division Champions in 2008 and Disney Showcase Finalist in 2009. ODP: Played for the Ohio North State Team from 2007-2009 ... participated in the 2011 92/93 Philadelphia Interregional Camp ... also a part of the 2008 and 2010 Super Y League ODP National Camp. Personal: Born September 18, 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Jim and Barb George ... has two brothers (Brandon and Adam) ... plans to major in speech language pathology and audiology.

George’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 18/18 0 1 1 4 (2) 0 Totals 18/18 0 1 1 4 (2) 0

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AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

Katie George

Klaire Adee


AKRON ZIPS BLOMQUIST | PIMM | KASER

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Sydney Blomquist Defender Forward • Sophomore Baltimore, Md. Fallston High School

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at Louisville: Played in six games during first collegiate season including action in three BIG EAST Conference games ... named to Dean’s List, Red & Black Scholar and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. at Fallston High School: Four-year starter ... named Second Team AllState, First Team All-County and First Team All-Upper Chesapeake Bay as a senior .... selected as team captain as a senior and was named a “Player to Watch” by the Baltimore Sun ... won 2A state championship as a junior and was 3A state finalist as a sophomore .... played club soccer for Freestate Soccer Allicance-Fury 93 .... competed for Maryland ODP from 2005-2009. Personal: Born on Aug. 31, 1993 in Baltimore, Md ... Her mom ran track at Augustana College and her dad wrestled at Augustana ... daughter of Joel and Nancy Blomquist ... Majoring in sport administration.

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Carli Pimm

Midfielder 5-4 • Sophomore Plain City, Ohio Dublin Jerome High School

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as a Sophomore (2012): Played in one game, coming on as a substitute against William & Mary (Aug. 26 as a Freshman (2011): Saw the pitch in 10 games ... fired a shot on goal in the win over Florida Atlantic (Sept. 11). at Dublin Jerome High School: A four-year varsity letter winner ... scored 20 goals and added 25 assists ... team won the OCC championship twice and made one appearance in the district final ... 47-19-8 record in her career ... was MVP for her team during her senior season ... Super 12 All-Central Ohio Team ... captained her squad her senior year. Club Soccer: Ohio Premier Eagles: 2004 state cup runners-up ... 2008 and 2009 Disney Showcase Finalist ... 2010 state cup champions ... team rated #1 in Ohio South in 2009 season by “Got Soccer”. ODP: 2004-2009 state team ... 2004-2009 regional camp ... 2009 Region II team tournament finalist. Personal: Born June 23, 1992 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of Ed and Nancy ... has two sisters (Ali and Linsday) ... majoring in exercise science

Pimm’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2011 10/0 2012 1/0 Totals 10/0

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 0 0 0 1 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 0 0 0 1 (1) 0

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Madison Kaser

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Midfielder 5-6• Sophomore Silver Lake, Ohio Archbishop Hoban High School

as a Freshman (2012): Did not see action. at Hoban High School: A four year varsity letter winner ... scored 21 goals and added 16 assists ... led Hoban to the state final in 2008, and the district championship in 2011 ... a member of the Honor Society with a cumulative GPA of 4.3 ... earned Academic Highest Honors all four years ... named to the North Coast League second team after her freshman and sophomore season ... named the team’s best defensive player in her sophomore year ... a first team all-district and first team AllNorth Coast League selection after her junior and senior seasons ... also named team MVP and Akron Touchdown Club All-Star after her junior year ... a team captain her senior season ... named the team’s offensive MVP and was an Akron Touchdown Club All-Star her senior year. Club Soccer: Played for Internationals SC ... club was ranked no. 7 in the Great Lakes Region by TopDrawerSoccer ... team was Continental Cup Champions in 2008 and 2010 ... also won the MRL Regional Championship in 2008, the MRL Division I Championship in 2010 ... squad was a Super-Y National Finalists in 2010 and the Ohio North State Cup Champions in 2011. Personal: Born on September 27, 1994 in Akron, Ohio ... daughter of

Kaser’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 DNP Totals 0/0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0


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Holly Ohradzansky

Amelia Robison

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as a Freshman (2012): Played in 16 games, making eight starts, playing primarily outside back … helped the defense to shutouts against Cleveland State (Sept. 7), Canisius (Sept. 9) and Bowling Green (Oct. 14) … took three shots on the season, including two against Eastern Michigan (Oct. 21). at Avon High School: Earned varsity letters all four seasons and started every varsity game in her career as a defender ... led her team to the West Shore Conference championship three years in a row (2008-2010) ... named to the All-Lorain County and All-West Shore Conference teams from 2008-2011 ... named Lorain County Player of the Year in 2011 ... received Most Dedicated Player award in 2008 and MVP honor in 2011 from Avon High School. Club Soccer: Played for Ohio Premier (Red) ... squad was U.S. Club Regional Champions in 2007 and 2008 ... won the CASA State Cup Championship in 2008 and played in the MRL Premier Division in 2009 and 2010 ... team was a Region II qualifier and state cup finalists 2009 ... was individually ranked No. 12 in the Midwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer. ODP: Played on the Ohio North State team from 2008-2010 ... Region II team member and a national team player in 2008. Personal: Born July 13, 1994 in Avon, Ohio ... daughter of Mark and Cheryl Ohradzansky ... has two brothers (Kyle and Cory) ... plans to major in family and child development.

Defender 5-6 • Sophomore Dublin, Ohio Dublin Jerome High School

as a Freshman (2012): Did not see action. at Dublin Jerome High School: Earned four varsity letters ... scored three goals as a defender during the state tournament her senior year ... led Dublin Jerome to the district semifinal in 2009 and 2010 ... was part of the Dublin Jerome squad that was OCC, district, and regional champions and a Division I state finalist in 2011 ... received an all-conference honorable mention in 2011. Club Soccer: Played for the Ohio Premier Eagles ECNL ... team was ranked fifth in the Great Lakes Region by TopDrawerSoccer. ODP: Played for the Ohio South State team in 2009 and 2010 ... participated in the regional camp in 2009 and 2010. Personal: Born March 25, 1994 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of Karl and Sharon Robinson ... has two brothers (Jeff and Sam) ... plans to major in nursing.

Robison’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 DNP Totals 0/0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0

Ohradzansky’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 16/8 0 0 0 3 (1) 0 Totals 16/8 0 0 0 3 (1) 0

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Defender/Midfielder 5-7 • Sophomore Avon, Ohio Avon High School


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Forward 5-8• Junior Solon, Ohio Hathaway Brown High School

as a Sophomore (2012 - South Carolina): Played in all 21 of USC’s matches ... totaled five points on the season from two goals and one assist ... notched 15 shots and seven shots on goal throughout the season. as a Freshman (2011 - South Carolina): Played in four matches ... Registered one shot attempt in 10 minutes of action at Ole Miss (Oct.16). at Hathaway Brown: Member of the 2007 and 2009 Division II Ohio High School Championship team ... Two-time selection for Northeast Ohio All-Area in 2007 and 2008. at Internationals: Member of the 2007 Super-Y Championship team and the 2008 Region IV Championship team.

Megan Waskowski

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Forward 5-5 • Sophomore Strongsville, Ohio

as a Freshman (2012): An All-MAC Freshmen team selection ... played in all 18 games, starting 17 at forward … one of just two freshmen to play in every game … scored four goals and added three assists for 11 points … took 20 shots, placing 12 on frame … had three points on a goal an assist in collegiate debut against Morehead State (Aug. 17) … named to the all-tournament team at the Tennessee Lady Vol Classic after netting two assists in Akron’s win over VCU (Aug. 24) … scored the game-winner against Cleveland State (Sept. 7) … also found the back of the net against Michigan State (Sept. 2) and Central Michigan (Oct. 12). at Strongsville High School: A four year varsity letter winner ... scored 32 goals and tallied 11 assists in her career .... helped lead Strongsville to the OHSAA Division I State Final in 2008 and the OHSAA Division I State Championship in 2011 ... was also a four year Northeast Ohio Scholar-Athlete and a two year member of the National Honor Society ... led the Mustangs in scoring and was named ESPN RISE National Player of the Week, while earning all-conference, All-Greater Cleveland, and All-Sun News first team honors as a sophomore ... named the Cleveland Plain Dealer “Player to Watch” and was listed as a Cleveland Plain Dealer “Fall Sports Stars” as a junior. Club Soccer: Played for Internationals SC ... club won seven consecutive as State Cup Championships (2004-2011) ... club was U.S. Club V Cup National Champions in 2006 ... squad won USL Super-Y League National Championship in 2007 ... team was 2007 USYSA Region II Finalists and 2008 USYSA MRL First Division Champions. ODP: Invited to the 2008 and 2010 regional camp ... also played on the 2008 and 2010 Ohio North State team ... a member of the 2008-10 USL Super Y League Regional team and national camp.

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Personal: Born August 23, 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Randy and Jamie Waskowski ... has one sister (Robin) ... plans to major in exercise science/pre-physical therapy.

Waskowski’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 18/17 4 3 11 20 (12) 1 Totals 18/17 4 3 11 20 (12) 1

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Midfielder 5-6 • Sophomore Bloomington, Minn. Jefferson High School

as a Freshman (2012): Played in 14 games, making two starts in the midfield … scored one goal, the game-winner, against VCU (Aug. 24) … took four shots, placing two on frame. at Jefferson High School: Earned five varsity letters ... scored 11 goals and recorded 12 assists ... received Academic Gold honors from 200811 ... named to the all-conference team and was honorable mention all-state as a sophomore and junior ... led team to the section final as a junior ... was the team captain and MVP as a senior ... earned allconference, all-state and all-metro honors as a senior ... also named on the top 11 players in the state her senior year. Club Soccer: A member of the Minnesota Thunder Academy ... team was ranked No. 5 in the Midwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer ... squad had five consecutive years as state cup champions (2007-2011) and were 2007 Region II champions ... team also won the MRL 1st Division Championship in 2008 and was the MRL Premier Division runner-up in 2009 ... won the LVCS ECNL Chall-A-Champ in 2010 ... qualified for the 2010 USYSA Nationals ... squad was Region II finalists in both 2010 and 2011 ... played in the 2011 ECNL Nationals ... individually ranked No. 18 in the Midwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer. ODP: Played for the Minnesota State Team from 2006-2010 ... a Region II camp A-Pool participant from 2007-2009 ... team was 2008 Region II champions ... played in the 2009 Interregional Camp ... squad played for the 2009 ODP Nationals.

Miranda Yeaton

Midfielder 5-2 • Sophomore Akron, Ohio St. Vincent-St. Mary High School

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as a Freshman (2012): Played in two games, coming on as a substitute at Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 21) and Ohio (Oct. 5). at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School: A two-time second team All-Ohio selection ... helped the Irish to a district championship, two league championships and a top-10 state ranking ... scored 13 goals and had 12 assists as a sophomore ... missed her junior season due to injury ... had 11 goals and nine assists as a senior. Club Soccer: Played for Ohio Premier, CASA and Internationals ... was a member of Ohio Premier’s U.S. Club regional team in 2007 and 2008 ... won a state cup with CASA in 2008 and played in the Midwest Regional League premier division in 2009 and 2010 ... won two state championships with the Internationals in 2011 and 2012. Personal: Born April 29, 1994 ... daughter of Rob and Elena Yeaton ... a member of the National Honor Society in high school ... undecided major.

Yeaton’s Career Statistics Year MP/MS 2012 2/0 Totals 2/0

Personal: Born September 11, 1993 in Edina, Minn. ... daughter of Al and Carolyn Werth ... has one brother (Chris) and one sister (Maren) .... sister, Maren, is currently playing soccer at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D. ... plans to major in exercise science/physiology.

G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 0 0 0 0 (0) 0 0 0 0 0 (0) 0

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Abby Gindlesberger

Year MP/MS G A Pts. Shots (SOG) GW 2012 14/2 1 0 2 4 (2) 1 Totals 14/2 1 0 2 4 (2) 1

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Midfielder 5-5 • Freshman Canton, Ohio Jackson High School

at Jackson High School: Four-year varsity letter winner for soccer … scored 13 goals and registered 31 assists … graduated Summa Cum Laude and was a member of National Honor Society … received Coaches Award as a sophomore … named to first-team all-conference in both junior and senior years … tabbed to second-team all-county in junior year … team MVP for her senior year … Division I Stark County player of the year as a senior … named to first-team all-county and first-team all-district as a senior … earned varsity letters for lacrosse and track. Personal: Born March 9, 1995 in Canton, Ohio … daughter of Scott and Susie Gindlesberger … has two brothers (Sam and Jack) and one sister (Kara) … intended major is Biochemistry.

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Sarah Sivic

Karin Norman

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Forward 5-7 • Freshman Stocksund, Sweden Danderyds Gymnasium

at Stocksunds IF: Three-year member in Stocksunds IF … tallied 102 goals and 33 assists in her career … team was runner-up in the 2008 Swedish Championship and the 2009 Dana Cup … Stocksunds IF winner of the 2011 ST Tournament … league leading scorer from 2009-11. at FC Djursholm: Played two years with Djursholm … recorded 17 goals and 14 assists for the 2012 season. Personal: Born June 13, 1994 in Stocksund, Sweden … daughter of Per and Marie Norman … has two younger sisters (Ulrika and Marta) and one younger brother (Karl) … intended major is General Studies.

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Forward/Midfielder 5-8 • Freshman Broadview Heights, Ohio Brecksville-Broadview High

at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School: Four-year varsity letter winner … scored 44 goals and tallied 20 assists … named to secondteam Southwest Conference (SWC) and second-team Greater Cleveland as a sophomore … earned first-team SWC and second-team Greater Cleveland as a junior … elected to first-team SWC, first-team Greater Cleveland, second-team All-Ohio, team captain, team MVP and Plain Dealer All Star team as a senior … ended high school career as ninth all-time leading scorer at Brecksville-Broadview Heights… Honor Roll recipient all four years of high school. at Internationals SC: Played with the club for eleven years … team won the 2007 USL Super-Y U13 National Championship … United Soccer League Super-Y All Tournament team in 2010 … Ohio Youth Soccer Association North State Cup Championship winner in 2011 and 2012. Personal: Born January 13, 1995 in Broadview Heights, Ohio … daughter of Larry and Susan Sivic … has one older sister (Amanda) and one younger brother (Matthew) … her sister is a sophomore playing soccer for the University of Dayton … intended major is accounting.

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Purdue Boilermakers

8/23/13 - West Lafayette, Ind. - 7:00 p.m. Klatte’s Record 160-119-31 (15) 2012 Record 7-10-2 Last Meeting First Meeting Last Result First Meeting Series Record First Meeting Colors Old Gold & Black

Morehead State Eagles

8/30/13 - Morehead, Ky. - 7:00 p.m. Location Morehead, Ky. Conference Ohio Valley Head Coach Warren Lipka SID Matt Segal SID Email m.segal@moreheadstate.edu Website msueagles.com

Lipka’s Record 216-183-42 (20) 2012 Record 2-12-4 Last Meeting 8/17/12 Last Result W, 3-2 Series Record 3-1-0 Colors Blue & Gold

Youngstown State Penguins

9/6/13 - Youngstown, Ohio - 7:00 p.m. Location Kalamazoo, Mich. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Will Lemke SID Jamie Hall SID Email jehall@ysu.edu Website ysusports.com

Lemke’s Record 91-78-11 (10) 2012 Record 8-9 Last Meeting 9/14/08 Last Result W, 3-2 Series Record 4-0-0 Colors Red & White

Canisius Golden Griffins

9/15/13 - Buffalo, N.Y. - 12:00 p.m. Location Buffalo, N.Y. Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Head Coach Jim Wendling SID Will Nowadly SID Email nowadlyw@canisius.edu Website gogriffs.com

Wendling’s Record 130-122-19 (15) 2012 Record 4-14-1 Last Meeting 9/9/12 Last Result W, 1-0 Series Record 3-0-0 Colors Blue & Gold

Miami RedHawks

9/27/13 - Akron, Ohio - 7:00 p.m. Location Oxford, Ohio Conference Mid-American Head Coach Bobby Kramig SID Mike Weisman SID Email weismamh@muohio.edu Website muredhawks.com

Kramig’s Record 325-273-43 (30) 2012 Record 20-3-1 Last Meeting 9/21/12 Last Result L, 4-1 Series Record 4-8-2 Colors Red & White

Northern Illinois Huskies

10/4/13 - DeKalb, Ill. - 8:00 p.m. EST Location DeKalb, Ill. Conference Mid-American Head Coach John Ross SID Matt Scheerer SID Email mscheerer@niu.edu Website niuhuskies.com

Ross’ Record 2012 Record Last Meeting Last Result Series Record Colors

First season 8-9-2 9/28/12 L, 1-0 4-7-1 Red & White

8/25/13 - West Lafayette, Ind. - 11:00 a.m. Location Grand Forks , N.D. Conference Great West Head Coach Matt Kellogg SID Derek Koenen

Email derek.koenen@athletics.und. edu

Website undsports.com 2012 Record 2-13-1 Last Meeting First meeting Last Result First meeting Series Record First meeting Colors Green & Orange

Marshall Thundering Herd

9/1/13 - Huntington, W. Va. - 1:00 p.m. Location Huntington, W. Va. Conference Conference USA Head Coach Kevin Long SID Daniel Manget SID Email manget@live.marshall.edu Website herdzone.com

Long’s Record 97-138-27 2012 Record 7-11-1 Last Meeting 9/16/12 Last Result L, 2-0 Series Record 3-2-1 Colors Kelly Green & White

Boston Terriers

9/8/13 - Akron, Ohio - 12:00 p.m. Location Boston, Mass. Conference Patriot League Head Coach Nancy Feldman SID Ashley Shilo SID Email abshilo@bu.edu Website goterriers.com

Feldman’s Record 316-121-43 (19)

2012 Record 12-6-1 Last Meeting N/A Last Result N/a Series Record 0-0-0 Colors Scarlet & White

Cleveland State Vikings

9/22/13 - Akron, Ohio - 1:00 p.m. Location Cleveland, Ohio Conference Horizon League Head Coach Derrek Falor SID Greg Murphy SID Email g.j.murphy@csuohio.edu Website csuvikings.com

Falor’s Record 101-166-18 (16) 2012 Record 6-11-0 Last Meeting 9/7/12 Last Result W, 2-0 Series Record 5-0-0 Colors Forest Green & White

Ball State Cardinals

9/29/13 - Akron, Ohio - 1:00 p.m. Location Muncie, Ind. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Craig Roberts SID Tyson Mathews SID Email temathews@bsu.edu Website ballstatesports.com

Roberts’ Record 58-53-22 (7) 2012 Record 8-7-5 Last Meeting 9/23/12 Last Result L, 1-2 Series Record 2-7-3 Colors Cardinal & White

Toledo Rockets

10/6/13 - Toledo, Ohio - 1:00 p.m. Location Toledo, Ohio Conference Mid-American Head Coach Brad Evans SID Brian DeBenedictis SID Email brian.debenedictis@utoledo.edu

Website utrockets.com

Evans’ Record 192-120-28 (17) 2012 Record 7-12-2 Last Meeting 9/30/12 Last Result L, 2-1 Series Record 1-10-1 Colors Navy & Gold

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Location West Lafayette, Ind. Conference Big 10 Head Coach Rob Klatte SID Ben Turner SID Email benturner@purdue.edu Website purduesports.com

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10/11/13 - Akron, Ohio - 7:00 p.m. Location Athens, Ohio Conference Mid-American Head Coach Aaron Rodgers SID Brett Compton SID Email comptonb@ohio.edu Website ohiobobcats.com

Rodgers’ record First Season 2012 Record 8-10-1 Last Meeting 10/05/12 Last Result L, 3-2 Series Record 4-8-0 Colors Hunter Green & White

10/13/13 - Akron, Ohio - 1:00 p.m. Location Kent, Ohio Conference Mid-American Head Coach Rob Marinaro SID David Kich SID Email dkich@kent.edu Website kentstatesports.com

Central Michigan Chippewas

Bowling Green Falcons

10/18/13 - Akron, Ohio - 7:00 p.m. Location Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Peter McGahey SID Kyle Terwillegar SID Email terwi1ka@cmich.edu Website cmuchippewas.com

Stafford’s Record 87-66-8 (9) 2012 Record 15-7-1 Last Meeting 10/12/12 Last Result L, 1-2 Series Record 0-11-2 Colors Maroon & Gold

10/20/13 - Akron, Ohio - 12:00 p.m. Location Bowling Green, Ohio Conference Mid-American Head Coach Lindsay Basalyga SID Mike Cihon SID Email mjcihon@bgsu.edu Website bgsufalcons.com

Western Michigan Broncos

SID Email adam.e.bodnar@wmich.edu

Website wmubroncos.com

Norman’s Record 5-10-4 (2) 2012 Record 5-10-4 Last Meeting 10/19/12 Last Result T, 1-1 (2ot) Series Record 1-9-2 Colors Black & Gold

10/27/13 - Ypsilanti, Mich. - 1 p.m. Location Ypsilanti, Mich. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Scott Hall SID Chris Puzzuoli SID Email cpuzzuol@emich.edu Website emueagles.com

Buffalo Bulls

10/31/13 - Akron, Ohio - 4:00 p.m. Location Buffalo, N.Y. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Michael Thomas SID Joe Kepler SID Email jdkepler@buffalo.edu Website buffalobulls.com

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Basalyga’s Record 46-82-20 (7) 2012 Record 1-17-1 Last Meeting 10/14/12 Last Result W, 2-0 Series Record 4-7-1 Colors Orange & Brown

Eastern Michigan Eagles

10/25/13 - Kalamazoo, Mich. - 3:00 p.m. Location Kalamazoo, Mich. Conference Mid-American Head Coach Nate Norman SID Adam Bodnar

Marinaro’s Record 104-102-26 (12) 2012 Record 13-5-2 Last Meeting 10/7/12 Last Result L, 3-2 (2ot) Series Record 3-9-0 Colors Navy Blue & Gold

Thomas’ Record 21-48-9 (5) 2012 Record 5-12-2 Last Meeting 10/25/12 Last Result W, 2-1 (ot) Series Record 8-4-0 Colors Blue & White

Hall’s Record 139-107-40 (15) 2012 Record 11-6-2 Last Meeting 9/25/11 Last Result L, 2-1 (2ot) Series Record 2-8-2 Colors Green & White


THE PNC WAGON WHEEL CHALLENGE

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On Aug. 24, 2011, the athletics departments at The University of Akron and Kent State University today announced participation in a new competition called “The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge,” which further expands an intercollegiate athletics rivalry dating back more than a halfcentury between the two schools.

Fans can learn more about the rivalry and follow the results and standings via www.PNCWagonWheelChallenge.com. “PNC’s new athletic challenge will spark more excitement in a broad range of sports between these rival schools,” said Kevin O. Thompson, PNC regional president for Akron, Canton and Wooster. “By showcasing the talents of student-athletes, we will further engage alumni and the community to support our schools.” In keeping with tradition, the annual winner of the football contest will gain possession of the historic wooden Wagon Wheel trophy, while the school that accumulates the most total points in all varsity matchups for that academic year will receive an overall series trophy. “The Akron-Kent State rivalry is a regional event and this partnership will help expand it to more sports and likewise more fans,” Akron directorof athletics Tom Wistrcill said. “We’re excited to have PNC serve as sponsor of what is one of the more unique rivalries in college athletics. As members of the Mid-American Conference, the results of our competitions against one another are already very important, but the Wagon Wheel Challenge will increase the level of bragging rights around the community.” According to legend, the “Wagon Wheel” trophy traces its beginnings to the spring of 1870 when Akron industrialist John R. Buchtel set out for the town of Kent in search of a site to establish a college. In the muddy Ohio fields, however, his wagon became bogged down in the area where Kent State University is currently located. When horses pulled the wagon, a wheel came loose and became buried until it was discovered in 1902 during the construction of a pipeline along the Western Reserve Trail. The wheel eventually fell into the possession of Dr. Raymond Manchester, who as the Kent State Dean of Men in 1945, suggested the local historicartifact be offered as the trophy to the winner of the annual AkronKent State football game. “College athletics is built on strong rivalries, and we’re fortunate to have one of the closest in the country with Akron,” Kent State director of athletics Joel Nielsen said. “We’re very appreciative of PNC’s support of the Wagon Wheel Challenge – this model has worked very well with other schools and it can only help grow this rivalry and make it even stronger.” IMG College, the sponsorship and multi-media rights holder for both Akron and Kent State athletics negotiated the PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge. The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (www.pnc.com) is one of the nation’s largest diversified financial services organizations providing retail and business banking; residential mortgage banking; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management and asset management. Follow @PNCNews on Twitter for breaking news, updates and announcements from PNC.

PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge - Rules and Qualifying Sports • Each of the fifteen (15) sports will be worth one (1) point. For a school to be the winner of The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge, it must accumulate at least eight (8) points. • The point is awarded to the team that wins the season series in the head-to-head competition. • If the teams play head-to-head once in a given season (e.g. football), then the school that wins will receive the point. • All regular season games count toward the season series tally (including if non-conference games are played) with the school that wins more games (e.g., winning two of three in softball) receiving the point. If teams split the regular season matchups (e.g., in basketball), then each team receives a one-half (½) point for that sport. • For men’s and women’s cross country, golf and indoor/outdoor track and field, one point is awarded to whichever school finishes higher in the MAC Championship for each of those sports. (For these sports, no other competitions – in-season or post-season – will count toward the series). • MAC and/or NCAA Tournament games can count toward determining the season series winner (e.g., the schools split the two regular season meetings in basketball and then plays in the MAC Tournament, whichever school wins that game is awarded the point). • In the event of a 15-sports season tie, the school that won the trophy the previous year will retain possession. (If there is a tie in the first year, then the schools will share the trophy). 2012-13 Results Kent State won the Wagon Wheel trophy for a second-consecutive season, posting an 8.0-7.0 victory. KSU earned points in baseball (1.0), football (1.0), men’s golf (1.0), women’s golf (1.0), women’s soccer (1.0), softball (1.0), women’s indoor track & field (1.0) and women’s outdoor track & field (1.0). Akron scored points in men’s basketball (1.0), women’s basketball (1.0), men’s cross country (1.0), women’s cross country (1.0), men’s indoor track & field (1.0), men’s outdoor track & field (1.0) and volleyball (1.0).

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011-12 – Kent State 9.0, Akron 6.0 2012-13 – Kent State 8.0, Akron 7.0

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The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge is based on a time-honored competition for an historic wooden wagon wheel trophy awarded originally in 1945 to the winner of the annual Akron-Kent State football game. Starting with the 2011-12 academic year, the PNC-sponsored rivalry broaden the competition to include 15 NCAA varsity sports, with victories in each sport adding one point to the challenge standings.


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ALABAMA (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/4/05 Albuquerque, N.M.

Result L, 0-4

BALL STATE (2-7-3) H: 2-2-2 A: 0-5-1 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 10/12/01 Muncie, Ind. L, 0-1 10/20/02 Akron, Ohio L, 0-3 10/24/03 Muncie, Ind. L, 0-1 10/24/04 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/16/05 Akron, Ohio T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/15/06 Muncie, Ind. L, 0-3 10/7/07 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 10/19/08 Muncie, Ind. T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/18/09 Akron, Ohio W, 3-0 10/1/10 Akron. Ohio W, 3-1 10/7/11 Muncie, Ind. L, 1-2 9/23/12 Muncie, Ind. L, 1-2 BINGHAMTON (0-0-1) H: 0-0-1 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 9/2/07 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot) BOWLING GREEN (4-7-1) H: 2-3-0 A: 2-4-1 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/5/01 Bowling Green, Ohio 9/27/02 Akron, Ohio 9/19/03 Bowling Green, Ohio 10/3/04 Akron, Ohio 10/9/05 Bowling Green, Ohio 10/8/06 Akron, Ohio 10/28/07 Bowling Green, Ohio 10/5/08 Akron, Ohio 10/11/09 Bowling Green, Ohio 10/15/10 Bowling Green, Ohio 10/14/11 Akron, Ohio 10/14/12 Bowling Green, Ohio

Result L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 T, 2-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-0

BUFFALO (8-4-0) H: 3-2-0 A: 5-2-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/18/01 Buffalo, N.Y. L, 1-6 10/11/02 Akron, Ohio W, 2-1 9/28/03 Buffalo, N.Y. W, 1-0 (ot) 9/12/04 Akron, Ohio L, 0-2 10/21/05 Buffalo, N.Y. W, 1-0 (2ot) 10/20/06 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 9/28/07 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 9/26/08 Buffalo, N.Y. W, 2-1 10/23/09 Buffalo, N.Y. W, 2-0 10/24/10 Akron, Ohio W, 3-0 10/23/11 Buffalo, N.Y. L, 0-1 10/25/12 Buffalo, N.Y. W, 2-1 (2ot) CANISIUS (3-0-0) H: 2-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 9/9/07 Buffalo, N.Y. 9/3/10 Akron, Ohio 9/9/12 Akron, Ohio

W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0

CENTRAL MICHIGAN (0-11-2) H: 0-4-2 A: 0-7-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/30/01 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 10/25/02 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. L, 1-2 10/17/03 Akron, Ohio L, 3-4 10/8/04 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. L, 0-4 9/25/05 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 9/24/06 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. L, 0-1 10/14/07 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. L, 1-3 10/26/08 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/27/09 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 (2ot)

9/24/10 9/23/11 10/30/11* 10/12/12

Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Akron, Ohio Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

CLEVELAND STATE (5-0-0) H: 2-0-0 A: 3-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/9/05 Akron, Ohio 9/15/06 Cleveland, Ohio 9/14/07 Akron, Ohio 9/3/08 Cleveland, Ohio 9/7/12 Cleveland, Ohio CINCINNATI (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 9/20/09 Cincinnati, Ohio

L, 0-3 T, 0-0 (2ot) L, 1-2 L, 1-2

Result W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0

L, 1-2

THE CITADEL (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/4/04 Rock Hill, S.C. 8/25/06 Akron, Ohio

Result W, 1-0 W, 4-0

CREIGHTON (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 9/11/09 Lincoln, Neb.

L, 0-3

CAL. ST. FULLERTON (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/5/03 Irvine, Calif.

Result L, 0-2

DUQUESNE (0-0-1) H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 8/31/03 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot) EASTERN ILLINOIS (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/17/11 Akron, Ohio

Result W, 2-0

EASTERN KENTUCKY (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 9/16/07 Richmond, Ky. 9/12/08 Akron, Ohio

W, 1-0 W, 2-1

EASTERN MICHIGAN (2-8-2) H: 2-4-1 A: 0-4-1 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 10/14/01 Akron, Ohio L, 1-6 10/27/02 Ypsilanti, Mich. L, 1-3 10/19/03 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 10/10/04 Ypsilanti, Mich. L, 1-4 9/23/05 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 9/22/06 Ypsilanti, Mich. L, 0-3 10/12/07 Ypsilanti, Mich. T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/24/08 Akron, Ohio L, 0-3 9/25/09 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/26/10 Ypsilanti, Mich. L, 1-4 9/25/11 Akron, Ohio W, 3-0 10/21/12 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 (2ot) EASTERN WASHINGTON (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/2/05 Albuquerque, N.M.

Result L, 0-2

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/11/11 Tampa, Fla.

Result W, 4-0

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/27/11 Miami, Fla. LONG BEACH ST. (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/19/10 Las Vegas, Nev. HOWARD (0-1-0) H: 0-1-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/1/01 Akron, Ohio ILLINOIS STATE (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 8/20/10 Akron, Ohio IPFW (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/29/03 Akron, Ohio IUPUI (3-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 1-0-0 Date Site 9/7/02 Ogden, Utah 8/27/04 Akron, Ohio 9/1/06 Indianapolis, Ind.

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

Result W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0

KENT STATE (3-9-0) H: 2-5-0 A: 1-4-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 10/28/01 Akron, Ohio L, 0-2 10/20/02 Kent, Ohio L, 1-4 9/26/03 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 9/10/04 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 10/23/05 Kent, Ohio L, 1-2 10/22/06 Akron, Ohio W, 2-0 9/30/07 Akron, Ohio L, 1-3 9/28/08 Kent, Ohio L, 1-4 10/25/09 Kent, Ohio W, 1-0 10/22/10 Akron, Ohio W, 2-1 (2ot) 10/21/11 Kent, Ohio L, 0-2 10/7/12 Akron, Ohio L, 2-3 (2ot) KENTUCKY (0-0-1) H: 0-0-0 A:0-0-1 N: 0-0-0 9/4/09 Lexington, Ky.

T, 0-0

MARSHALL (3-2-1) H: 1-1-1 A: 2-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/28/01 Huntington, W.Va. L, 0-3 9/13/02 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/14/03 Huntington, W.Va. W, 1-0 9/26/04 Huntington, W.Va. W, 2-1 9/10/06 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 9/16/12 Akron, Ohio L, 0-2 MIAMI (OHIO) (4-8-2) H: 2-3-2 A: 2-5-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 10/7/01 Oxford, Ohio L, 0-6 9/22/02 Akron, Ohio L, 0-4 10/26/03 Oxford, Ohio L, 1-4 10/22/04 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/14/05 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 10/13/06 Oxford, Ohio W, 1-0 10/5/07 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/17/08 Oxford, Ohio L, 0-2 10/16/09 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 11/1/09* Akron, Ohio L, 0-2 10/17/10 Oxford, Ohio W, 2-1 (ot) 10/31/10* Oxford, Ohio L, 0-2 10/16/11 Akron, Ohio L, 0-3 9/21/12 Oxford, Ohio L, 1-4


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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Result L, 0-3

Result W, 1-0

OLD DOMINION (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/19/08 Norfolk, Va.

VCU (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/24/12 Knoxville, Tenn.

Result W, 2-1

Result L, 0-4

Result L, 0-3 L, 0-1 L, 0-5 `L, 1-2

PITTSBURGH (1-1-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/22/08 Akron, Ohio 9/10/10 Inianola, Pa.

WEBER STATE (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/6/02 Ogden, Utah

Result W, 3-2

Result W, 6-2 L, 0-1

MOREHEAD STATE (3-1-0) H: 2-1-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 8/28/05 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 9/4/09 Morehead, Ky. W, 2-1 (2ot) 8/29/10 Akron, Ohio L, 1-3 8/17/12 Akron, Ohio W, 3-2

ROBERT MORRIS (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/8/01 Moon Township, Pa. 8/30/02 Akron, Ohio

Result W, 1-0 W, 1-0

WESTERN MICHIGAN (1-9-2) H: 1-3-2 A: 0-6-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/23/01 Akron, Ohio L, 1-6 10/6/02 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 1-2 10/5/03 Akron, Ohio W, 2-1 10/17/04 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 0-1 9/25/05 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 0-2 9/29/06 Akron, Ohio L, 1-3 10/19/07 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/10/08 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 0-3 10/2/09 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 0-2 10/10/10 Akron, Ohio L, 1-3 10/2/11 Kalamazoo, Mich. L, 0-1 10/19/12 Akron, Ohio T, 1-1 (2ot)

MICHIGAN STATE (0-4-0) H: 0-2-0 A: 0-2-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 10/30/04 East Lansing, Mich. 9/16/05 Akron, Ohio 9/4/11 Akron, Ohio 9/2/12 East Lansing, Mich.

NEBRASKA (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 9/13/09 Lincoln, Neb.

L, 1-7

NEW MEXICO (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 8/27/06 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 (2ot) NIAGARA (0-3-0) H: 0-2-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/1/02 Akron, Ohio 8/29/04 Akron, Ohio 9/11/05 Niagara, N.Y.

Result L, 2-4 L, 0-3 L, 2-3

NORTHERN COLORADO (0-0-1) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-0-1 N: 0-0-0 9/21/07 Greeley, Colo. T, 2-2 (2ot) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (4-7-1) H: 2-3-1 A: 2-4-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/21/01 Akron, Ohio L, 3-5 10/4/02 DeKalb, Ill. L, 0-2 10/3/03 Akron, Ohio W, 3-0 10/15/04 DeKalb, Ill. L, 0-2 10/2/05 DeKalb, Ill. L, 0-1 (ot) 10/1/06 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 10/21/07 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/12/08 DeKalb, Ill. L, 0-1 10/4/09 DeKalb, Ill. W, 1-0 10/8/10 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 9/30/11 DeKalb, Ill. W, 1-0 9/28/12 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 OHIO (4-8-0) H: 3-3-0 A: 1-5-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 11/2/01 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 9/15/02 Athens, Ohio L, 0-5 9/12/03 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 9/24/04 Athens, Ohio L, 0-1 10/28/05 Akron, Ohio W, 3-0 10/26/06 Athens, Ohio L, 0-2 11/1/07 Akron, Ohio L, 2-3 (2ot) 10/30/08 Athens, Ohio L, 2-3 10/29/09 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 10/28/10 Athens, Ohio W, 1-0 10/27/11 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 (ot) 10/5/12 Athens, Ohio L, 2-3 OHIO ST. (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0

ST. BONAVENTURE (2-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/17/06 Akron, Ohio W, 2-1 9/7/07 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. W, 2-1 (ot) ST. FRANCIS (PA.) (2-1-1) H: 2-0-1 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/9/01 Loretto, Pa. L, 1-2 10/31/03 Akron, Ohio W, 3-1 8/28/05 Akron, Ohio T, 0-0 (2ot) 8/31/07 Akron, Ohio W, 3-1 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/29/08 Akron, Ohio SOUTH FLORIDA (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/9/11 Tampa, Fla.

Result W, 2-0

Result L, 0-1

TOLEDO (1-10-1) H: 1-5-0 A: 0-5-1 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 10/26/01 Toledo, Ohio L, 3-4 ot 9/29/02 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 9/21/03 Toledo, Ohio L, 1-2 10/1/04 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 10/7/05 Toledo, Ohio L, 0-1 (ot) 10/6/06 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 10/26/07 Toledo, Ohio L, 0-1 10/3/08 Akron, Ohio W, 1-0 10/9/09 Toledo, Ohio L, 0-1 10/3/10 Akron, Ohio L, 0-1 (2ot) 10/9/11 Toledo, Ohio T, 2-2 (2ot) 9/30/12 Akron, Ohio L, 1-2 UC IRVINE (0-2-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/7/03 Irvine, Calif. 9/17/10 Las Vegas, Nev.

Result L, 0-2 L, 0-2

VALPARAISO (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 9/3/06 Valparaiso, Ind.

Result W, 1-0

WILLIAM & MARY (0-2-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-1-0 Date Site 9/21/08 Williamsburg, Va. 8/25/12 Knoxville, Tenn.

Result L, 0-6 L, 0-4

WINTHROP (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site Result 9/3/04 Rock Hill, S.C. L, 0-1 (2ot) WRIGHT STATE (1-0-0) H: 1-0-0 A: 0-0-0 N: 0-0-0 8/23/09 Akron, Ohio

W, 2-1

WYOMING (0-1-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 0-1-0 N: 0-0-0 9/23/07 Laramie, Wyo.

L, 1-3

YOUNGSTOWN STATE (4-0-0) H: 2-0-0 A: 2-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/31/01 Akron, Ohio 10/18/02 Youngstown, Ohio 11/2/03 Akron, Ohio 9/14/08 Youngstown, Ohio

Result W, 3-1 W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 3-2

*-denotes MAC Tournament

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Date Site 9/5/10 Columbus, Ohio

MICHIGAN (1-0-0) H: 0-0-0 A: 1-0-0 N: 0-0-0 Date Site 8/19/11 Ann Arbor, Mich.


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RECORDS

OPPONENTS STUDENT-ATHLETES AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER

SCORING (career) POINTS 1. 49 - Jeannie Stuckey (19g, 11a) - 2001-03 2. 42 - Britni Bäck (16g, 10a) - 2006-09 3. 39 - Rachel Phillip (17g, 5a) - 2008-11 4. 33 - Ashley Hughes (13g, 7a) - 2009-12 5. 27 - Jessica Fix (11g, 5a) - 2005-08 27 - Kelly DeNiro (8g, 11a) - 2010 7. 26 - Abby Holzworth (12g, 2a) - 2002-05 8. 25 - Jordan Baranowksi (7g, 11a)-2007-10 9. 21 - Amee Thompson (9g, 3a) - 2003-06 10. 20 - Christine Vacha (9g, 2a) - 2005-08 20 - Katie Wise (8g, 4a) - 2009-12 POINTS PER MATCH (min. 25 matches played) 1. 1.00 - Jeannie Stuckey (49 mtch) -2001-03 2. 0.74 - Britni Bäck (57 matches) - 2006-09 3. 0.56 - Rachel Phillip (70 mtchs) - 2008-11 4. 0.49 - Kelly DeNiro (55 matches) 2010 5. 0.48 - Ashley Hughes (69 matches) 2009-12 4. 0.43 - Abby Holzworth (61 mtch) -2002-05 0.43 - Beth Riggs (35 matches) - 2002-03 6. 0.36 - Jessica Fix (73 matches) - 2005-08 7. 0.35 - Jordan Baranowski (72 matches) 2006-10

9. 0.33 - Christine Vacha (60 mtchs) - 2005-08 GOALS 1. 19 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001-03 2 17 - Rachel Phillip - 2008-11 3. 16 - Britni Bäck - 2006-09 4. 13 - Ashley Hughes - 2009-12 4. 12 - Abby Holzworth - 2002-05 5. 11 - Jessica Fix - 2005-08 6. 9 - Amee Thompson - 2003-06 9 - Christine Vacha - 2005-08 8. 8 - Katie Wise - 2009-12 8 - Kelly DeNiro - 2010 10. 7 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007-10 GOALS PER MATCH (min. 25 matches played) 1. 0.39 - Jeannie Stuckey (49 mtch) -2001-03 2. 0.28 - Britni Bäck (57 matches) - 2006-09 3. 0.24 - Rachel Phillip (70 mtchs) - 2008-11 4. 0.20 - Abby Holzworth (61 mtch) -2002-05 5. 0.18 - Ashley Hughes (69mtch) - 2009-12 6. 0.15 - Christine Vacha (60 mtchs) - 2005-08 0.15 - Jessica Fix (73 matches) - 2005-08 8. 0.14 - Beth Riggs (35 matches) - 2002-03 0.14 - Kelly DeNiro (55 matches) 2010 10. 0.13 - Amee Thompson (71 mtch) -2003-06 GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 6 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001-03 6 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007-10 6 - Rachel Phillip - 2008-11 4. 5 - Britni Bäck - 2006-2009 5 - Katie Wise - 2009-12 6. 4 - Christine Vacha - 2005-08 4 - Jessica Fix - 2005-08 4 - Ashley Hughes - 2009-12 9. 3 - Amee Thompson - 2003-06 3 - Kelly DeNiro - 2010 10. 2 - Mirka Mohs - 2003 2 - Jacque Pitchford - 2003-06 2 - Jordan Clark - 2007-11

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES 1. 6 - Jeannie Stuckey, 2001-03 (2g vs. IPFW, 8/2903) (2g vs. Central Michigan, 10/17/03) (2g vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 10/31/03) (2g vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/03) (2g vs. Youngstown State, 8/31/01) (2g vs. Northern Illinois, 9/21/01) 2. 2 - Britni Bäck, 2006-09 (2g vs. Pittsburgh, Aug. 22) (2g at Buffalo, Sept. 26) 2 - Rachel Phillip, 2008-11 (2g vs. Ball State, 10/18/09) (2g at Miami, 10/17/10) 2 - Ashley Hughes, 2009-12 (2g vs. Florida Atl., 9/11/11) (2g vs. Kent State, 10/7/12) 4. 1 - Naomi Ducharme, 2001-04 (2g at Weber State, 9/6/02) 1 - Jessica Fix, 2005-08 (2g at Northern Colorado, 9/21/07) 1 - Abby Holzworth, 2002-05 (3g at Youngstown State, 10/18/02) 1 - Catherine Schillig, 2001 (2g at Toledo, 10/26/01) 1 - Amee Thompson, 2003-06 (2g vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/03) 1 - Katelyn Hausfeld, 2007-10 (2g vs Pittsburgh, 8/22/08) 1 - Katie Wise, 2009 -12 (3g vs. Illinois St., 8/20/10) 1 - Leigh Cullen, 2007-10 (3g vs. Canisius, 9/3/10) 1 - Jordan Clark, 2007-11 (2g vs. Buffalo, 10/24/10) 1 - Kelly DeNiro, 2010 (2g vs. Bowling Green, 10/14/12) ASSISTS 1. 11 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001-03 11 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007-10 11 - Kelly DeNiro - 2010 3. 10 - Britni Bäck - 2006-09 4. 9 - Sarah Artuso - 2001-04 5. 7 - Jordan Clark - 2008-11 7 - Ashley Hughes - 2009-12 7. 5 - Haja Dumbuya - 2004-07 5 - Beth Riggs - 2002-03 5 - Jessica Fix - 2005-08 5 - Adrienne Knox - 2006-09 5 - Rachel Phillip - 2008-11 ASSISTS PER MATCH (min. 25 matches played) 1. 0.22 - Jeannie Stuckey (49 mtch) -2001-03 2. 0.20 - Kelly DeNiro (55 matches) - 2010 3. 0.18 - Britni Bäck (57 matches) - 2006-09 4. 0.15 - Jordan Baranowski (72 mtch) -2007-10 5. 0.14 - Sarah Artuso (65 mtchs) - 2001- 04 0.14 - Beth Riggs (35 matches) - 2002-03 7. 0.11 - Adrienne Knox (46 mtch) - 2006-09 8. 0.10 - Donna Swift (42 matches) - 2005-07 9. 0.09 - Jordan Clark (76 matches) 2007-11 10. 0.07 - Rachel Phillip (55 mtchs) - 2008-11 0.07 - Haja Dumbuya (72 mtchs) - 2004-07 0.07 - Jessica Fix (73 matches) - 2005-08 SHOTS 1. 120 - Britni Bäck (16g) - 2006-09 2. 118 - Rachel Phillip (17g) - 2008-11 3. 110 - Jeannie Stuckey (19g) - 2001-03 4. 106 - Ashley Hughes (13g) - 2009-12

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5. 99 - Abby Holzworth (12g) - 2002-05 6. 96 - Jordan Baranowski (7g) - 2007-10 96 - Jordan Clark (6g) - 2007-11 8. 89 - Kelly DeNiro (3g) - 2010 9. 78 - Jessica Fix (11g) - 2005-08 10. 66 - Sarah Artuso (4g) -2002-04 SHOTS PER MATCH (min. 25 matches played) 1. 2.24 - Jeannie Stuckey (49 mtch) -2001-03 2. 2.10 - Britni Bäck (57 matches) - 2006-09 3. 1.62 - Abby Holzworth (61 mtch) -2002-05 4. 1.69 - Rachel Phillip (70 mtchs) - 2008-11 5. 1.62 - Kelly DeNiro (55 matches) - 2010 6. 1.53 - Ashley Hughes (69 mtchs) 2009 7. 1.33 - Jordan Baranowski (72 mtch) -2007-10 8. 1.26 - Jordan Clark (76 mtchs) - 2007-11 9. 1.07 - Jessica Fix (73 matches) - 2005-08 10. 1.02 - Adrienne Knox (51 mtch) - 2006-09 1.02 - Sarah Artuso (65 mtchs) - 2001-04

GOALKEEPING (career) SAVES 1. 295 - Jeny Wolbert (93 GA) - 2008-11 2. 213 - Krystin Wilson (63 GA) - 2004-07 3. 172 - Meghan McCarthy (84 GA) -2001-04 4. 171 - Crystal Tabor (48 GA) - 2001-04 5. 63 - Alex Luevano-Harden (16 GA) 2011 6. 56 - Klaire Adee (17 GA) 2012 7. 45 - Michelle Smith (13 GA) - 2009-10 8. 26 - Katie Davis (4 GA) - 2006, 08-09 9. 7 - Lauren Graff (5 GA) - 2001-02, 04-05 SHUTOUTS 1. 18 - Krystin Wilson - 2004-07 2. 17 - Jeny Wolbert - 2008-11 3. 7 - Crystal Tabor - 2001-04 4. 4 - Meghan McCarthy - 2001-04 5. 2 - Michelle Smith - 2009-10 5. 2 - Luevano-Harden - 2011 6. 1 - Katie Davis - 2006, 08-09 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 1500 minutes played)

1. 1.15 - Krystin Wilson - 2004-07 (63 GA, 4945 minutes) 2. 1.48 - Crystal Tabor - 2001-04 (48 GA, 2916 minutes) 3. 1.56 - Jeny Wolbert - 2008-11 (93 GA, 5356 minutes) 4. 2.39 - Meghan McCarthy - 2002-04 (84 GA, 3159 minutes) WINS 1. 25 - Jeny Wolbert (25-32-5) - 2008-11 2. 21 - Krystin Wilson (21-32-8) - 2004-07 3. 12 - Crystal Tabor (12-19-2) - 2001-04 4. 6 - Meghan McCarthy (6-26-2) - 2001-04 5. 5 - Michelle Smith (5-2-1) - 2009-10


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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS | INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS PARTICIPATION (career)

MATCHES STARTED 1. 73 - Giavonna Ferraro - 2005-08 2. 69 - Kathy Tegge - 2004-07 3. 68 - Naomi Ducharme - 2001-04 68 - Leigh Cullen - 2007-10 5. 67 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007-10 67 - Jordan Clark - 2007-11 7. 63 - Jessica Fix - 2005-08 8. 59 - Jeny Wolbert - 2008-11 9. 58 - Abby Holzworth - 2002-05 10. 56 - Jacque Pitchford - 2003-06 56 - Amee Thompson - 2003-06

SCORING (season) POINTS 1. 22 - Jeannie Stuckey (9g, 4a) - 2003 22 - Ashley Hughes (8g, 6a) - 2012 3. 20 - Britni Bäck (8g, 4a) - 2008 4. 19 - Abby Holzworth (9g, 1a) - 2002 5. 17 - Jeannie Stuckey (7g, 3a) (2001) 6. 14 - Christine Vacha (6g, 2a) - 2006 14 - Kelly DeNiro (5g, 4a) - 2012 8. 13 - Mirka Mohs (6g, 1a) - 2003 13 - Britni Bäck (5g, 3a) - 2007 9. 12 - Beth Riggs (5g, 2a) - 2002 12 - Rachel Phillip (5g, 2a) - 2009 10. 11 - Megan Waskowski (4g, 3a) - 2012 POINTS PER MATCH (min. 15 matches played) 1. 1.22 - Jeannie Stuckey (18 mtchs) - 2003 1.22 - Ashley Hughes (18 mtchs) - 2012 3. 1.12 - Abby Holzworth (17 mtchs) - 2002 4. 1.11 - Britni Bäck (18 mtchs) - 2008 5. 1.06 - Jeannie Stuckey (16 mtchs) - 2001 6. 0.81 - Mirka Mohs (16 mtchs) - 2003 7. 0.78 - Christine Vacha (18 mtchs) - 2006 8. 0.77 - Kelly DeNiro (18 mtchs) - 2012 9. 0.71 - Beth Riggs (17 mtchs) - 2002 10. 0.67 - Jeannie Stuckey (15 mtchs) - 2002 0.67 - Rachel Phillip (18 mtchs) - 2009 GOALS 1. 9 - Abby Holzworth - 2002 9 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2003 3. 8 - Britni Bäck - 2008 8 - Ashley Hughes - 2012 4. 7 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001 5. 6 - Mirka Mohs - 2003 6 - Christine Vacha - 2006 7. 5 - Beth Riggs - 2002 5 - Britni Bäck - 2007 5 - Rachel Phillip - 2009 5 - Rachel Phillip - 2011

GOALS PER MATCH (min. 15 matches played) 1. 0.53 - Abby Holzworth (17 mtchs) - 2002 2. 0.50 - Jeannie Stuckey (18 mtchs) - 2003 3. 0.44 - Jeannie Stuckey (16 mtchs) - 2001 0.44 - Britni Bäck (18 matches) - 2008 0.44 - Ashley Hughes (18 matches - 2012 5. 0.38 - Mirka Mohs (16 matches) - 2003 6. 0.33 - Christine Vacha (18 matches) - 2006 7. 0.29 - Beth Riggs (17 matches) - 2002 8. 0.28 - Rachel Phillip (18 matches) - 2009 0.28 - Rachel Phillip (18 matches) - 2011 10. 0.25 - Rachel Phillip (16 matches) - 2010 GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 3 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2003 3 - Christine Vacha - 2006 3 - Britni Bäck - 2007 3 - Katie Wise - 2009 5. 2 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001 2 - Mirka Mohs - 2003 2 - Amee Thompson - 2004 2 - Jessica Fix - 2006 2 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007 2 - Jordan Baranowski - 2008 2 - Britni Bäck - 2008 2 - Rachel Phillip - 2009 2- Jordan Baranowski - 2010 2 - Rachel Phillip - 2011 2 - Ashley Hughes - 2011 2 - Kelly DeNiro - 2012 MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES 1. 4 - Jeannie Stuckey, 2003 (2g vs. IPFW, Aug. 29) (2g vs. Central Michigan, Oct. 17) (2g vs. St. Francis (Pa.), Oct. 31) (2g vs. Youngstown State, Nov. 2) 2. 2 - Jeannie Stuckey, 2001 (2g vs. Youngstown State, Aug. 31) (2g vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 21) 2 - Britni Bäck, 2008 (2g vs. Pittsburgh, Aug. 22) (2g at Buffalo, Sept. 26) 4. 1- Catherine Schillig, 2001 (2g at Toledo, Oct. 26) 1 - Abby Holzworth, 2002 (3g at Youngstown State, Oct. 18) 1 - Naomi Ducharme, 2002 (2g at Weber State, Sept. 6) 1 - Amee Thompson, 2003 (2g vs. Youngstown State, Nov. 2) 1 - Jessica Fix, 2007 (2g at Northern Colorado, Sept. 21) 1 - Katelyn Hausfeld, 2008 (2g vs Pittsburgh, Aug. 22) 1 - Rachel Phillip, 2009 (2g vs Ball State, Oct. 18) 1 - Leigh Cullen, 2010 (3g vs. Canisius, Sept. 3) 1 - Jordan Clark, 2010 (2g vs. Buffalo, Oct. 24) 1 - Rachel Phillip - 2010 (2g at Miami, Oct. 17) 1 - Katie Wise, 2010 (3g vs. Illinois State, Aug. 20) 1 - Ashley Hughes, 2011 (2g vs. Florida Atl., Sept. 11) 1 - Ashley Hughes - 2012 (2g vs. Kent State, Oct. 7) 1 - Kelly DeNiro - 2012 (2g vs. Bowling Green, Oct. 14)

ASSISTS 1. 6 - Ashley Hughes - 2012 2. 5 - Sarah Artuso - 2002 5 - Kelly DeNiro - 2010 4. 4 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2002 4 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2003 4 - Britni Bäck - 2008 4 - Jordan Baranowski - 2008 4 - Jordan Clark - 2011 4 - Kelly DeNiro - 2012 10. 3 - Jeannie Stuckey - 2001 3 - Catherine Schillig - 2001 3 - Beth Riggs - 2003 3 - Adrienne Knox - 2006 3 - Donna Swift - 2006 3 - Britni Bäck - 2007 3 - Britni Bäck - 2009 3 - Jordan Baranowski - 2010 3 - Karina Atkinson - 2012 3 - Megan Waskowski - 2012 3 - Katie Wise - 2012 ASSISTS PER MATCHES (min. 15 matches played) 1. 0.33 - Ashley Hughes (18 matches) -2012 2. 0.31 - Sarah Artuso (16 matches) - 2002 2. 0.27 - Jeannie Stuckey (15 mtchs) - 2002 3. 0.26 - Kelly DeNiro (19 matches) - 2010 4. 0.24 - Jordan Baranowski (17 mtchs) - 2008 5. 0.22 - Jeannie Stuckey (18 mtchs) - 2003 0.22 - Britni Bäck (18 matches) - 2008 0.22 - Jordan Clark (18 matches) - 2011 0.22 - Kelly DeNiro (18 matches) - 2012 8. 0.20 - Catherine Schillig (15 mtchs) -2001 9. 0.19 - Jeannie Stuckey (16 mtchs) - 2001 0.19 - Adrienne Knox (16 mtchs) - 2006 SHOTS 1. 59 - Britni Bäck (8g) - 2008 2. 50 - Jeannie Stuckey (9g) - 2003 3. 46 - Rachel Phillip (5g) - 2011 4. 41 - Britni Bäck (3g) - 2009 5. 40 - Rachel Phillip (5g) - 2009 6. 38 - Mirka Mohs (6g) - 2003 7. 36 - Ashley Hughes (8g) - 2012 8. 35 - Jeannie Stuckey (7g) - 2001 35 - Kelly DeNiro (5g) - 2012 9. 33 - Catherine Schillig (3g) - 2001 10. 31 - Jordan Clark (0g) - 2011 SHOTS PER MATCH (minimum 15 matches played) 1. 3.28 - Britni Bäck (18 matches) - 2008 2. 2.78 - Jeannie Stuckey (18 mtchs) - 2003 3. 2.55 - Rachel Phillip (18 matches) - 2011 4. 2.38 - Mirka Mohs (16 matches) - 2003 5. 2.20 - Catherine Schillig (15 mtchs) - 2001 6. 2.19 - Jeannie Stuckey (16 mtchs) - 2001 7. 1.72 - Jordan Clark (18 matches) - 2011 8. 1.67 - Jeannie Stuckey (15 mtchs) - 2002 1.67 - Kelly DeNiro (18 matches) - 2011 10. 1.61 - Jessica Fix (18 matches) - 2008

GOALKEEPING (season) SAVES 1. 88 2. 84 3. 78 4. 72 5. 70 6. 69 7. 61 8. 60 9. 59 59

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Jeny Wolbert (33 GA) - 2008 Krystin Wilson (21 GA) - 2007 Jeny Wolbert (19 GA) - 2011 Crystal Tabor (17 GA) - 2003 Meghan McCarthy (43 GA) - 2001 Jeny Wolbert (16 GA) - 2009 Krystin Wilson (18 GA) - 2006 Jeny Wolbert (25 GA) - 2010 Krystin Wilson (19 GA) - 2005 Alex Luevano-Harden (16 GA) -2012

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MATCHES PLAYED 1. 76 - Jordan Clark - 2007-11 2. 74 - Leigh Cullen - 2007-10 3. 73 - Giavonna Ferraro - 2005-08 73 - Jessica Fix - 2005-08 5. 72 - Haja Dumbuya - 2004-07 72 - Kathy Tegge - 2004-07 72 - Jordan Baranowski - 2007-10 8. 71 - Amee Thompson - 2003-06 71 - Heather Rains - 2006-09 10. 70 - Rachel Phillip - 2008-11


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RECORDS

OPPONENTS STUDENT-ATHLETES STAFF AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER

GOALKEEPING (Season, Continued)

SHUTOUTS 1. 7 - Krystin Wilson - 2007 7 - Jeny Wolbert - 2011 3. 6 - Krystin Wilson - 2006 6 - Jeny Wolbert - 2009 5. 5 - Crystal Tabor - 2003 5 - Krystin Wilson - 2005 7. 3 - Jeny Wolbert - 2008 8 2 - Meghan McCarthy - 2004 2 - Michelle Smith - 2010 2 - Alex Luevano-Harden - 2012 10. 1 - Crystal Tabor - 2001 1 - Crystal Tabor - 2004 1 - Meghan McCarthy - 2003 1 - Crystal Tabor - 2002 1 - Meghan McCarthy - 2002 1 - Katie Davis - 2006 1 - Jeny Wolbert - 2010 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 200 minutes played)

1. 0.94 - Michelle Smith - 2010 (7 GA, 668 minutes) 2. 0.98 - Jeny Wolbert - 2009 (16 GA, 1468 minutes) 3. 1.02 - Krystin Wilson - 2007 (21 GA, 1850 minutes) 4. 1.07 - Krystin Wilson - 2006 (18 GA, 1510 minutes) 1.07 - Jeny Wolbert - 2011 (19 GA, 1601 minutes) 5. 1.11 - Crystal Tabor - 2003 (17 GA, 1375 minutes) 6. 1.19 - Krystin Wilson - 2005 (19 GA, 1438 minutes) 7. 1.29 - Meghan McCarthy - 2004 (9 GA, 627 minutes) 8. 1.48 - Alex Luevano-Harden - 2012 (15 GA, 911 minutes) 9. 1.56 - Crystal Tabor - 2004 (14 GA, 810 minutes) 10. 1.66 - Crystal Tabor - 2002 (9 GA, 487 minutes) WINS 1. 10 - Krystin Wilson (10-7-0) - 2006 2. 8 - Jeny Wolbert (8-6-2) - 2009 3. 6 - Crystal Tabor (6-8-1) - 2003 6 - Krystin Wilson (6-7-6) - 2007 5. 7 - Jeny Wolbert (7-8-1) - 2008 7 - Jeny Wolbert (7-8-2) - 2011 7. 5 - Krystin Wilson (5-8-2) - 2005 8. 4 - Michelle Smith (4-1-1) - 2010 9. 3 - Crystal Tabor (3-2-1) - 2002 3 - Jeny Wolbert (3-10-0) - 2010 3 - Alex Luevano-Harden (3-5-1) - 2012 3 - Klaire Adee (3-6-0) - 2012

PARTICIPATION (season) MATCHES PLAYED

1. 19 - 14 different times by 12 different players

MATCHES STARTED 1. 19 - Giavonna Ferraro - 2007 19 - Krystin Wilson - 2007 19 - Jordan Baranowski - 2010 19 - Leigh Cullen - 2010 19 - Liz Cloutier - 2010

INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS

POINTS 1. 7 - Abby Holzworth (at Youngstown St., 10/18/02 – 3g, 1a) 2. 6 - Britni Bäck (vs. Pittsburgh, 8/22/08 – 2g, 2a) 6 - Katie Wise (vs. Illinois State, 8/20/10 - 3g, 0a) 6 - Leigh Cullen (vs. Canisius, 9/3/10 - 3g, 0a) 5. 5 - Jeannie Stuckey (vs. Northern Illinois, 9/21/01 – 2g, 1a (at Youngstown St., 10/18/02 – 1g, 3a) (vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/03 – 2g, 1a) 8. 4 - 10 players 13 different times Last - Kelly DeNiro (vs. Kent State 10/14/12 - 2g, 0a) GOALS 1. 3 - Abby Holzworth (at Youngstown State, 10/18/02) 3 - Katie Wise (vs. Illinois State, 8/20/10) 3 - Leigh Cullen (vs. Canisius, 9/3/10) 4. 2 - 10 players 17 different times Last - Kelly DeNiro (vs. Bowling Green 10/14/12 - 2g, 0a) ASSISTS 1. 3 - Jeannie Stuckey (at Youngstown State, 10/18/02) 2. 2 - Sarah Artuso (at Weber State, 9/6/02) 2 - Jeannie Stuckey (vs. Youngstown State, 8/31/01) (vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 10/31/03) 2 - Britni Bäck (vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 8/31/07) (vs. Pittsburgh, 8/22/08) 2 - Jordan Clark (vs. Ball State, 10/1/10) 2 - Leigh Cullen (vs. Illinois State, 10/20/10) SHOTS 1. 9 - Sarah Artuso (at Northern Illinois, 10/4/02) 2. 8 - Britni Bäck (at Miami (Ohio), 10/17/08) (vs, Eastern Michigan, 9/25/09) SAVES 1. 19 - Jeny Wolbert (at Old Dominion, 9/19/08) 2. 15 - Meghan McCarthy (at Eastern Michigan, 10/27/02)

TEAM HIGHS

POINTS Most, Season: 69 (2003) Most, Half: 10 (four times) ([3g, 4a] at Youngs. St., 10/18/02 - 1st) ([5g] vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/03 - 1st) ([4g, 2a] vs. Pittsburgh, 8/22/08 - 2nd) ([3g, 4a] vs. Illinois State, 8/20/10 - 2nd) Most, Match: 19 ([6g, 7a] at Youngstown St., 10/18/02) Most Allowed, Season: 144 (2001) Opponent, Half:

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13 (two times) ([4g, 5a] by William & Mary, 9/21/08 – 2nd) ([4g, 5a] by Nebraska, 9/13/09 - 1st) Opponent, Match: 22 ([7g, 8a] by Nebraska, 9/13/09) GOALS Most Scored, Season: 28 (2003) Most Scored, Half: 5 (vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/03 – 1st) Most Scored, Match: 8 (vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/03) Most Allowed, Season: 51 (2001) Most Allowed, Half: 4 (six times) (by Miami (Ohio), 10/7/01 – 1st) (by Central Michigan, 10/8/04 – 1st) (by William & Mary, 9/21/08 – 2nd) (by Nebraska, 9/13/09 - 1st) (by Michigan State, 9/4/11 - 2nd) (by Miami,(Ohio), 9/21/2012 - 2nd) Most Allowed, Match: 7 (vs. Nebraska, 9/13/09) ASSISTS Most, Season: 23 (2012) Most, Half: 4 (vs. Illinois State, 8/20/10) Most, Match: 7 (at Youngstown State, 10/18/02) Most Allowed, Season: 42 (2001) Opponent, Half: 5 (three times) (by Eastern Michigan, 10/10/04 – 2nd) (by William & Mary, 9/21/08 – 2nd) (by Nebraska, 9/13/09 - 1st) Opponent, Match: 8 (by William & Mary, 9/21/08) SHOTS Most, Season: 202 (2008) Most, Half: 17 (at Northern Illinois, 10/4/02 – 1st) Most, Match: 33 (at Northern Illinois, 10/4/02) Most Allowed, Season: 308 (2012) Opponent, Half: 18 (by Old Dominion, 9/19/08 – 1st) Opponent, Match: 33 (by Old Dominion, 9/19/08) SAVES Most, Season: 109 (2012) Most, Half: 8 (at Eastern Michigan, 10/27/02 – 1st) Most, Match: 19 (at Old Dominion, 9/19/08) Opponent, Season: 85 (2008) Opponent, Half: 10 (at Buffalo, 10/23/11) Opponent, Match: 14 (at Central Michigan, 10/14/07)


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TEAM RECORDS | HONORS & AWARDS | YEAR-BY-YEAR STAT LEADERS

HONORS & AWARDS All-Mid-American Conference: 2003 – Mirka Mohs (First Team) Naomi Ducharme (Second Team) 2007 – Krystin Wilson (First Team) 2008 – Britni Bäck (Second Team) 2009 - Jordan Baranowski (Second Team) Katie Wise (Freshmen Team) Ashley Hughes (Freshmen Team) 2010 - Kelly DeNiro (Freshmen Team) 2011 - Jordan Clark (Second Team) Jeny Wolbert (Second Team) Amber Kern (Second Team) 2012 - Kelly DeNiro (Second Team) Ashley Hughes (Second Team) Klaire Adee ((Freshmen Team) Katie George (Freshmen Team) Megan Waskowski (Freshmen Team) Academic All-Mid-American Conference: 2004 – Sarah Artuso 2005 – Krystin Wilson 2006 – Christine Vacha Krystin Wilson 2007 – Giavonna Ferraro Krystin Wilson 2011 - Jordan Clark Kara Cooper 2012 - Amber Kern Academic All-Mid-American Conference Honorable Mention: 2008 – Jordan Baranowski Leigh Cullen Giavonna Ferraro Jessica Fix Katelyn Hausfeld 2012 - Karina Atkinson Brooke Carrel Kelly DeNiro Gillian Gross Brianna Kanz Alex Luevano-Harden Maggie Rusnak Kirsten Schulte Katie Wise NSCAA Ohio College Soccer Association: 2001 – Jeannie Stuckey (All-Ohio Third Team) Jessica Cronin (Academic All-Ohio Third Team) 2002 – Sarah Artuso (Academic All-Ohio Second Team) 2004 – Naomi Ducharme (Honorable Mention All-Ohio) 2005 – Jacque Pitchford (All-Ohio Third Team) 2006 – Jessica Fix (Honorable Mention All-Ohio) 2007 – Krystin Wilson (All-Ohio Second Team) (Academic All-Ohio Second Team)

2008 – Britni Bäck (All-Ohio First Team)

Soccer Buzz National Elite Team of the Week (SoccerBuzz.com): 2008 – Britni Bäck (Aug. 26, 2008) CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the Week: 2010 – Katie Wise (Aug. 25, 2010) Rachel Phillip (Oct. 18, 2010)

Year-By-Year Statistical Leaders SCORING Year Player 2001 Jeannie Stuckey 2002 Abby Holzworth 2003 Jeannie Stuckey 2004 Amee Thompson 2005 Leslie Bullen 2006 Christine Vacha 2007 Britni Bäck 2008 Britni Bäck 2009 Rachel Phillip 2010 Rachel Phillip Leigh Cullen 2011 Rachel Phillip 2012 Ashley Hughes

G 7 9 9 2 3 6 5 8 5 4 4 5 8

GOALS Year Player 2001 Jeannie Stuckey 2002 Abby Holzworth 2003 Jeannie Stuckey 2004 Amee Thompson 2005 Leslie Bullen 2006 Christine Vacha 2007 Britni Bäck 2008 Britni Bäck 2009 Rachel Phillip 2010 Rachel Phillip Leigh Cullen 2011 Rachel Phillip 2012 Ashley Hughes

G Avg. 7 0.44 9 0.53 9 0.50 2 0.12 3 0.18 6 0.33 5 0.50 8 0.44 5 0.28 4 0.25 4 0.21 5 0.28 8 0.44

ASSISTS Year Player 2001 Jeannie Stuckey Catherine Schillig 2002 Sarah Artuso 2003 Jeannie Stuckey 2004 Sarah Artuso 2005 Haja Dumbuya 2006 Adrienne Knox Donna Swift 2007 Britni Bäck 2008 Jordan Baranowski 2009 Britni Bäck 2010 Kelly DeNiro 2011 Jordan Clark 2012 Ashley Hughes

A Avg. 3 0.19 3 0.20 5 0.31 4 0.22 2 0.12 2 0.11 3 0.19 3 0.25 3 0.30 4 0.24 3 0.17 5 0.26 4 0.22 6 0.33

SHOTS Year Player 2001 Jeannie Stuckey 2002 Abby Holzworth 2003 Jeannie Stuckey 2004 Sarah Artuso Abby Holzworth 2005 Abby Holzworth 2006 Adrienne Knox

A 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 4 2 2 2 0 6

Sh 35 26 50 20 20 28 24

Pts. Avg. 17 0.44 19 1.12 22 1.22 5 0.29 7 0.41 14 0.78 13 0.77 20 0.90 12 0.67 10 0.63 10 0.52 10 0.56 22 1.22

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Jordan Baranowski Britni Bäck Britni Bäck Jordan Baranowski Rachel Phillip Ashley Hughes

26 1.44 59 3.28 41 2.28 28 1.47 46 2.56 36 2.00

GOALKEEPING Year Player GA GAA Sv 2001 Meghan McCarthy 39 3.44 61 2002 Crystal Tabor 9 1.66 25 2003 Crystal Tabor 17 1.11 72 2004 Meghan McCarthy 9 1.29 32 2005 Krystin Wilson 19 1.19 59 2006 Krystin Wilson 18 1.07 61 2007 Krystin Wilson 21 1.02 84 2008 Jeny Wolbert 33 2.16 88 2009 Jeny Wolbert 16 0.98 69 2010 Michelle Smith 7 0.94 34 2011 Jeny Wolbert 19 1.07 78 2012 Alex Luevano-Harden 15 1.07 59

Avg. 2.19 1.53 2.78 1.18 2.50 1.56 1.50

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SHUTOUTS Season: 9 (2006) OVERTIME All-Time Record: 10-11-21 (H: 4-6-15, A: 6-5-6, N: 0-0-0) Most, Season: 8 (2007, 7 2OT)


AKRON ZIPS ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS | YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

AKRON WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES OPPONENTS RECORDS

All-Time Letterwinners A Lauren Achtien (defender) 2006-07 Klaire Adee (goalkeeper) 2012Paige Albright (forward) 2001-02 Tashina Alden (defender) 2002-03 Tsa Alexander (midfielder) 2004 Sarah Artuso (midfielder) 2001-04 Karina Atkinson (midfielder) 2011B Britni Bäck (forward) 2006-09 Taylor Ballard (defender) 2010Jordan Baranowski (forward) 2007-10 Meghan Brascia (defender) 2011 Myca Brusco (defender) 2002 Krista Bucholz (forward) 2002 Leslie Bullen (midfielder) 2003-05, 07 C Brooke Carrel (midfielder) 2011Jodi Camp (defender) 2007-10 Jillian Chenot (midfielder/forward) 2009 Jordan Clark (midfielder/forward) 2007-11 Liz Cloutier (defender) 2009-11 Kara Cooper (defender) 2010-11 Jessica Cronin (midfielder) 2001 Leigh Cullen (midfielder) 2007-10 D Rosella D’Agruma (midfielder/forward) 2001-04 Katie Davis (goalkeeper) 2006, 08-09 Kelly DeNiro (midfielder) 2010Rachel Dennis (midfielder) 2011Naomi Ducharme (defender) 2001-04 Haja Dumbuya (forward) 2004-07 E Jessica Ewing (forward/midfielder) 2005-08 F Kate Ferrara (midfielder) 2006-09 Giavonna Ferraro (midfielder) 2005-08 Kaitlin Flanagan (defender) 2009-12 Jessica Fix (midfielder) 2005-08 Paige Foughty (midfielder) 2010 Kyarah Foushee (forward) 2010-11 Alexandra Frawley (midfield/defender) 2011G Katie George (defender) 2012Lauren Graff (midfielder) 2001-02 Lexa Green (midfielder) 2011-12 Kristen Gregg (midfielder) 2006-09 Gillian Gross (defender) 2010H Kim Hartman (defender) 2001-03 Liz Haney (defender) 2008-10 Katelyn Hausfeld (defender) 2007-10 Abby Holzworth (midfielder/forward) 2002-05 Ashley Hughes (forward) 2009-12

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Holly Ohradzansky(midfielder/defender) 2012Megan Olberding (defender) 2003-06

P

Kyra Petrole (defender/midfielder) Rachel Phillip (forward) Carli Pimm (midfielder) Jess Pomfret (defender) Jacque Pitchford (midfielder) Sarah Prince (midfielder)

2007-10 2008-11 20112005-08 2003-06 2002

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Heather Rains (forward) 2006-09 Danielle Reymann (midfielder) 2011Sarah Richardson (defender) 2006, 08-09 Beth Riggs (midfielder) 2002-03 Amanda Roberts (midfielder) 2004-05 Maggie Rusnak (midfielder/defender) 2010-

S

Catherine Schillig (forward) Kirsten Schulte (defender) Andrea Schweisthal (midfielder) Michelle Smith (goalkeeper) Adrienne Steckel (midfielder) Jeannie Stuckey (forward) Donna Swift (midfielder)

T

Crystal Tabor (goalkeeper) Kathy Tegge (defender) Amee Thompson (midfielder)

V

Christine Vacha (forward) Alysia Virkler (midfielder/defender)

W

Holly Walton (defender) Danielle Walsh (midfielder) Bethani Wanner (midfielder) Megan Waskowski (forward) Hannah Werth (midfielder) Emily White (midfielder) Krystin Wilson (goalkeeper) Katie Wise (midfielder) Jeny Wolbert (goalkeeper) Y Miranda Yeaton

K

Brianna Kanz (midfielder/defender) 2011Madison Kaser (midfielder) 2012Amber Kern (defender) 2010Hailey Kirkwood (defender) 2011Adrienne Knox (forward) 2006-09

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Chelsea Leach (midfielder) 2002 Heather Lindgren (defender) 2001-02 Alex Luevano-Harden (goalkeeper) 2010Samantha Lytle (midfielder/forward) 2001

M

Meghan McCarthy (goalkeeper) 2001-02, 04 Nicole Meiler (forward) 2003 Mirka Mohs (midfielder) 2003 Katrina Moore (defender) 2003-04 Liz Moyer (defender) 2009-12

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2001 (Inaugural Season) (2-14-0, 0-12-0 MAC) Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 Youngstown State# W, 3-1 Sept. 1 Howard (championship)# L, 2-3 Sept. 8 at Robert Morris W, 1-0 Sept. 9 at St. Francis (Pa.) L, 1-2 Sept. 18 at Buffalo* L, 1-6 Sept. 21 Northern Illinois* L, 3-5 Sept. 23 Western Michigan* L, 1-6 Sept. 28 at Marshall* L, 0-3 Sept. 30 Central Michigan* L, 1-2 Oct. 5 at Bowling Green* L, 0-3 Oct. 7 at Miami (Ohio)* L, 0-6 Oct. 12 at Ball State* L, 0-1 Oct. 14 Eastern Michigan* L, 1-6 Oct. 26 at Toledo* L, 3-4 (ot) Oct. 28 Kent State* L, 0-2 Nov. 2 Ohio* L, 0-1 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio

2002 (5-11-1 overall, 1-10-1 MAC)

Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 Robert Morris# W, 1-0 Sept. 1 Niagara (championship)# L, 2-4 Sept. 6 at Weber State^ W, 3-2 Sept. 7 vs. IUPUI^ W, 3-0 Sept. 13 Marshall* T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 15 at Ohio* L, 0-5 Sept. 20 Ball State* L, 0-3 Sept. 22 Miami (Ohio)* L, 0-4 Sept. 27 Bowling Green* L, 1-2 Sept. 29 Toledo* L, 0-1 Oct. 4 at Northern Illinois* L, 0-2 Oct. 6 at Western Michigan* L, 1-2 Oct. 11 Buffalo* W, 2-1 Oct. 18 at Youngstown State W, 6-0 Oct. 20 at Kent State* L, 1-4 Oct. 25 at Central Michigan* L, 1-2 Oct. 27 at Eastern Michigan* L, 1-3 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio ^-Diadora Director’s Cup – Ogden, Utah

2003 (8-9-1 overall, 5-7-0 MAC)

Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 29 IPFW# W, 2-0 Aug. 31 Duquesne (champs.)#& T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 5 vs. CSU Fullerton$ L, 0-2 Sept. 7 at UC Irvine$ L, 0-2 Sept. 12 Ohio* L, 0-1 Sept. 14 at Marshall* W, 1-0 Sept. 19 at Bowling Green* L, 1-2 Sept. 21 at Toledo* L, 1-2 Sept. 26 Kent State* L, 0-1 Sept. 28 at Buffalo* W, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 3 Northern Illinois* W, 3-0 Oct. 5 Western Michigan* W, 2-1 Oct. 17 Central Michigan* L, 3-4 Oct. 19 Eastern Michigan* W, 1-0 Oct. 24 at Ball State* L, 0-1 Oct. 26 at Miami (Ohio)* L, 1-4 Oct. 31 St. Francis (Pa.) W, 3-1 Nov. 2 Youngstown State W, 8-0 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio &-Duquesne won shootout 4-2 to win invite $-UC Irvine Nike Holiday Invite – Irvine, Calif.


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004 (3-12-2 overall, 1-9-2 MAC)

2005 (5-11-2 overall, 3-7-1 MAC)

Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 St. Francis (Pa.)#! T, 0-0 (2ot) Aug. 28 Morehead State (champs.)# W, 1-0 Sept. 2 vs. Eastern Washington@ L, 0-2 Sept. 4 vs. Alabama@ L, 0-4 Sept. 9 Cleveland State W, 2-1 Sept. 11 at Niagara L, 2-3 Sept. 16 Michigan State L, 0-1 Sept. 23 Eastern Michigan* L, 1-2 Sept. 25 Central Michigan* L, 1-2 Sept. 30 at Western Michigan* L, 0-2 Oct. 2 at Northern Illinois* L, 0-1 (ot) Oct. 7 at Toledo* L, 0-1 (ot) Oct. 9 at Bowling Green* L, 0-1 Oct. 14 Miami (Ohio)* W, 1-0 Oct. 16 Ball State* T, 2-2 (2ot) Oct. 21 at Buffalo* W, 1-0 (2ot) Oct. 23 at Kent State* L, 1-2 Oct. 28 Ohio* W, 3-0 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio !-Akron advanced by winning shootout, 4-3 @-Nike Classic – Albuquerque, N.M.

2006 (11-7-0 overall, 4-7-0 MAC)

Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 25 The Citadel# W, 4-0 Aug. 27 New Mexico (champs.)# W, 1-0 (2ot) Sept. 1 at IUPUI W, 2-0 Sept. 3 at Valparaiso W, 1-0 Sept. 10 Marshall W, 1-0 Sept. 15 at Cleveland State W, 1-0 Sept. 17 St. Bonaventure W, 2-1 Sept. 22 at Eastern Michigan* L, 0-3 Sept. 24 at (20) Central Michigan* L, 0-1 Sept. 29 Western Michigan* L, 1-3 Oct. 1 Northern Illinois* W, 1-0 Oct. 6 Toledo* L, 1-2 Oct. 8 Bowling Green* W, 2-1 Oct. 13 at Miami (Ohio)* W, 1-0 Oct. 15 at Ball State* L, 0-3 Oct. 20 Buffalo* L, 1-2 Oct. 22 Kent State* W, 2-0 Oct. 26 at Ohio* L, 0-2 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio

2007 (6-7-6 overall, 1-6-4 MAC)

Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 St. Francis (Pa.)? W, 3-1 Sept. 2 Binghamton? T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 7 at St. Bonaventure W, 2-1 (ot) Sept. 9 at Canisius W, 1-0 Sept. 14 Cleveland State W, 1-0 Sept. 16 at Eastern Kentucky W, 1-0 Sept. 21 at Northern Colorado T, 2-2 (2ot) Sept. 23 at Wyoming L, 1-3 Sept. 28 Buffalo* W, 1-0 Sept. 30 Kent State* L, 1-3 Oct. 5 Miami (Ohio)* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 7 Ball State* L, 0-1 Oct. 12 at Eastern Michigan* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 14 at Central Michigan* L, 1-3 Oct. 19 Western Michigan* T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 21 Northern Illinois* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 26 at Toledo* L, 0-1 Oct. 28 at Bowling Green* L, 0-1 Nov. 1 Ohio* L, 2-3 (2ot) ?-Westfield Insurance Cup – Akron, Ohio

2008 (7-9-2 overall, 2-7-2 MAC)

Head Coach: Chris Pfau Date Opponent Result Aug. 22 Pittsburgh W, 6-2 Aug. 29 SIU-Edwardsville W, 2-0 Sept. 3 at Cleveland State W, 2-1 Sept. 12 Eastern Kentucky W, 2-1 Sept. 14 at Youngstown State W, 3-2 Sept. 19 at Old Dominion L, 0-4 Sept. 21 at William & Mary L, 0-6 Sept. 26 at Buffalo* W, 2-1 Sept. 28 at Kent State* L, 1-4 Oct. 3 Toledo* W, 1-0 Oct. 5 Bowling Green* L, 0-2 Oct. 10 at Western Michigan* L, 0-3 Oct. 12 at Northern Illinois* L, 0-1 Oct. 17 at Miami (Ohio)* L, 0-2 Oct. 19 at Ball State* T, 2-2 (2ot) Oct. 24 Eastern Michigan* L, 0-3 Oct. 26 Central Michigan* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 30 at Ohio* L, 2-3

2009 (9-7-2 overall, 7-3-1 MAC)

Head Coach: Chris Pfau Date Opponent Aug. 23 Wright State Sept. 4 at Morehead State Sept. 5 at Kentucky Sept. 11 vs Creighton Sept. 13 at Nebraska Sept. 20 at Cincinnati Sept. 25 Eastern Michigan* Sept. 27 Central Michigan* Oct. 2 at Western Michigan* Oct. 4 at Northern Illinois* Oct. 9 at Toledo* Oct. 11 at Bowling Green* Oct. 16 Miami (Ohio)* Oct. 18 Ball State* Oct. 23 at Buffalo* Oct. 25 at Kent State* Oct. 29 Ohio* Oct. 30 Miami (Ohio)% % - MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

Result W, 2-1 W, 2-1 (ot) T, 0-0 (2ot) L, 0-3 L, 1-7 L, 1-2 T, 1-1 (2ot) L, 0-1 (2ot) L, 0-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-2

2010 (7-11-1 overall, 5-5-1 MAC)

Head Coach: Chris Pfau Date Opponent Result Aug. 20 Illinois State W, 3-0 Aug. 29 Morehead State L, 1-3 Sept. 3 Canisius W, 3-0 Sept. 5 at Ohio State L, 0-3 Sept. 10 at Pittsburgh L, 0-1 Sept. 17 vs. UC Davis# L, 0-2 Sept. 19 vs. Long Beach State# L, 1-4 Sept. 24 at Central Michigan* L, 0-3 Sept. 26 at Eastern Michigan* L, 1-4 Oct. 1 Ball State*^ W, 3-1 Oct. 3 Toledo* L, 0-1 (2ot) Oct. 8 Northern Illinois* L, 0-1 Oct. 10 Western Michigan* L, 1-3 Oct. 15 at Bowling Green* T, 2-2 (2ot) Oct. 17 at Miami* W, 2-1 (ot) Oct. 22 Kent State* W, 2-1 (2ot) Oct. 24 Buffalo* W, 3-0 Oct. 28 at Ohio* W, 1-0 Oct. 31 at Miami% L, 0-2 # - UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) % - MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

2011 (7-9-2 overall, 4-5-2 MAC)

Head Coach: Chris Pfau Date Opponent Result Aug. 19 at Michigan W, 1-0 Aug. 27 at Florida International L, 0-1 Sept. 4 Michigan State L, 0-5 Sept. 9 at South Florida# L, 0-1 Sept. 11 vs. Florida Atlantic# W, 4-0 Sept. 17 Eastern Illinois W, 2-0 Sept. 23 Central Michigan* T, 0-0 (2ot) Sept. 24 Eastern Michigan* W, 3-0 Sept. 30 at Northern Illinois* W, 1-0 Oct. 2 at Western Michigan* L, 0-1 Oct. 7 at Ball State* L, 1-2 Oct. 9 at Toledo* T, 2-2 (2ot) Oct. 14 Bowling Green* W, 1-0 Oct. 16 Miami* L, 0-3 Oct. 21 at Kent State* L, 0-2 Oct. 23 at Buffalo* L, 0-1 Oct. 27 Ohio* W, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 31 at Central Michigan% L, 1-2 # - South Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) % - MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

2012 (6-11-1 overall, 2-8-1 MAC) Head Coach: Vernon Croft Date Opponent Aug. 17 Morehead State Aug. 24 at VCU # Aug. 26 vs. William & Mary # Sept. 2 at Michigan State Sept. 7 at Cleveland State Sept. 9 Canisius Sept. 16 Marshall Sept. 21 at Miami* Sept. 23 at Ball State* Sept. 28 Northern Illinois* Sept. 30 Toledo* Oct. 5 Ohio* Oct. 7 Kent State* Oct. 12 at Central Michigan* Oct. 14 at Bowling Green* Oct. 19 Western Michigan* Oct. 21 Eastern Michigan% Oct. 25 at Buffalo

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

# - #-Tennessee Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) % - MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

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Head Coach: Catherine Byrne Date Opponent Result Aug. 27 IUPUI# W, 2-1 Aug. 29 Niagara (championship)# L, 0-3 Sept. 3 at Winthrop% L, 0-1 (2ot) Sept. 4 vs. Citadel% W, 1-0 Sept. 10 Kent State* L, 0-1 Sept. 12 Buffalo* L, 0-2 Sept. 24 at Ohio* L, 0-1 Sept. 26 at Marshall* W, 2-1 Oct. 1 Toledo* L, 0-1 Oct. 3 Bowling Green* L, 0-3 Oct. 8 at Central Michigan* L, 0-4 Oct. 10 at Eastern Michigan* L, 1-4 Oct. 15 at Northern Illinois* L, 0-2 Oct. 17 at Western Michigan* L, 0-1 Oct. 22 Miami (Ohio)* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 24 Ball State* T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 30 at Michigan State L, 0-3 #-Caroline Pardee Invitational – Akron, Ohio %-Costco Soccer Shootout – Rock Hill, S.C.

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2013 Akron Zips Women's Soccer Media Guide