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ARMY WOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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2011 WOMEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE A19 A21 A26 A28 S2 S4 S9 S11 S16 S18 S22 S25 O2 O7 O9 O15 O21 O23 O30 N4/6

OPPONENT at Duke at Appalachian State CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE at Quinnipiac BLACK KNIGHT CLASSIC SETON HALL STETSON ARMY SOCCER CLASSIC VMI SACRED HEART at Stony Brook DELAWARE HOWARD MARIST HOLY CROSS* COLGATE* BUCKNELL* at Lehigh* at Navy* at American* LAFAYETTE* Patriot League Tournament (Hosted by highest seed)

HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * - Denotes Patriot League match All dates and times subject to change

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TIME 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA


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PLAYERS 2011 Team Roster ...........................................24 Tri-Captain Errin Helbling ................................ 26 Tri-Captain Monica Lee ....................................27 Tri-Captain Julia Stallard ................................. 28 The Players .................................................29-39 Picture Review ................................................. 40 SEASON REVIEW 2010 Statistical Review .................................. 42 2010 Game Summaries ............................43-46 OPPONENTS The Patriot League ...........................................47 2010 Patriot League Statistics....................... 48 Patriot League Awards ................................... 49 2011 Opponents ........................................50-52 Army-Navy Series............................................. 53 All-Time Series Records .................................. 54 Army vs. 2011 Opponents .............................. 55 HISTORY Hall of Fame .................................................... 56 Army Soccer ................................................58-60 All-Americans ....................................................61 Army Record Book ......................................62-66 Through the Years ......................................67-70 Army Letterwinners .................................... 71-72 WEST POINT U.S. Military Academy ........................................6 Women at West Point.........................................7 Why West Point?............................................. 8-9 Academy Administration ................................. 73 Director of Athletics..........................................74 West Point Admissions ................................... 75 2011 Schedule .................................. Back Cover

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QUICK FACTS Location ................................. West Point, N.Y. 10996 Founded ............................................. March 16, 1802 Enrollment .......................................................... 4,400 Superintendent .............................Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon, Jr. Athletic Director .......................................Boo Corrigan Nickname............................................... Black Knights Colors ......................................... Black, Gold and Gray Conference ........................................... Patriot League Soccer Field ..................... Clinton Field (2,000/grass) Head Coach ....................... Stefanie Golan (Duke ‘01) Record at Army ....................................21-14-5 (2 yrs.) Career Record......................................................Same Assistants ......... Fred Thompson (George Mason ‘87) ............................................... Mario Rincon (Lynn ‘99) Athletic Intern ....... 2nd. Lt. Alex Lostetter (USMA ’11) Athletic Trainer ............................................ Sam Visco Soccer Office Phone ...........................(845) 938-4171 Best Time to Contact Golan..........................Mornings 2010 Overall Record ......................................... 14-4-3 2010 PL Record .......................................4-0-3 (T-1st) All-Time Record .................. 283-178-34 (25 seasons) Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................12/7 Starters Returning/Lost ......................................... 7/4 2011 Tri-Captains............ Errin Helbling, Monica Lee, .................................................................. Julia Stallard

SOCCER CONTACT Madeline Salvani Asst. Director, Athletic Communications (845) 938-3512 Mailing Address: Office of Athletic Communications U.S. Military Academy 639 Howard Rd. West Point, NY 10996-1589 Important Telephone Numbers (845) 938-3303 — Athletic Comm. Phone (848) 565-0505 — Salvani’s Cell Phone (845) 938-4826 — Soccer Office DIRECTIONS TO WEST POINT From the North (Upstate New York): Take I-87 (N.Y.S. Thruway) South to Exit 16 (Harriman). Follow Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Sr. Exec. Assoc. AD/Ath. Comm. .............. Bob Beretta Soccer Contact .................................Madeline Salvani Athletic Comm. Phone ......................(845) 938-3512 Cell Phone..........................................(848) 565-0505 Army “A” Line ....................................... (845) 938-ARMY Salvani Home Phone.........................(845) 446-2091 Salvani E-mail ............... madeline.salvani@usma.edu Website ................................ www.goARMYsports.com

From the South (New York City/New Jersey): Take I-87 to Exit 16 (Harriman). Follow Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

CREDITS The 2011 Army Women’s Soccer media guide is an official publication of the U.S. Military Academy Office of Athletic Communications. The guide was written and edited by Mady Salvani and designed by Tracy Nelson. Editorial assistance provided by Pam Flenke and Michelle Centolanza. Photos courtesy of the DOIM Multimedia Branch at West Point, Stockton Photography, Inc., John Pellino, Tommy Gilligan, Mark Aikman, Merrilee Gordon and Mady Salvani.

From the Southeast (New York City): Take Route 287 West across the Tappan Zee Bridge, which becomes I-87. Follow to Exit 13N for Palisades Parkway North. Follow to the Bear Mountain traffic circle. Go three-quarters of the way around the circle and take Route 9W North to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

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From the Northeast (New England): Take I-84 West across the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to Route 9W South. Follow Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

From the West (Western New York): Take Route 17 East to Exit 131 (Harriman). Take Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

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TABLE OF CONTENTS/QUICK FACTS

INTRODUCTION Table of Contents/Quick Facts ..........................1 2010 Patriot League Tournament .....................2 2010 Team & Individual Highlights ...................3 Army’s Run to NCAAs in 2008 ....................... 4-5 Covering the Black Knights ............................ 10 Silver Anniversary Team.................................. 11 Clinton Field ..................................................... 12 Clubhouse........................................................ 13 Black Knights in the Community .................... 14 Academic Excellence ..................................... 15 State of the Art Facilities ................................ 16 Head Coach - Stefanie Golan ......................... 18 One-on-One with Stefanie Golan .................... 19 Coaching Staff ................................................. 20 Preseason Notebook....................................... 21 2011 Season Preview ................................22-23

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2010 PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT TOP SEED AND HOST ... Picked seventh in the Patriot League’s preseason poll, the Black Knights proved the prognosticators wrong en route to earning top seed and the right to host the 2010 tournament in head coach Stefanie Golan’s second year and Army’s 25th as a varsity sport. By the time the league opened its season, Army was first in winning percentage with an 8-3-0 mark, allowed the fewest goals (four) and goals-against average (0.36), while tied with Lehigh for goals scored (16). Nationally, Army ranked fourth in goals-against average, fifth in shutout percentage and eighth in save percentage. Army boasted the league’s leading scorer in freshman Kim An and the top keeper in Alex Lostetter. An led the league with seven goals and three game winners while tied for first in points (16) at that point. By the end of regular-season action, Army stood atop the standings with a 4-0-3 mark for 15 points (three for a win, one for a tie) to share the regular-season title with Bucknell. The Black Knights won the tiebreaker to host the tournament based on its 2-1 overtime decision over the Bison. The goal was the lone tally yielded by Army in league play en route to posting six shutouts. An ranked first in the league at season’s end in goals (nine), points (21) and game winners (four) en route to being named the Rookie of the Year. Fellow freshman Molly McGuigan was the Defensive Player of the Year, Golan was Coach of the Year and five Black Knights earned all-league honors.

vs. Patriot League Opponents Lehigh ..................................................................................W, 1-0 (OT) Navy .............................................................................................W, 1-0 American ............................................................................. T, 0-0 (2OT) Lafayette ............................................................................. T, 0-0 (2OT) Bucknell ...............................................................................W, 2-1 (OT) Colgate ................................................................................ T, 0-0 (2OT) Holy Cross ....................................................................................W, 1-0 It was the fifth time the Black Knights were crowned regularseason champions and second time they shared that honor (first was in 1993). The regular-season title was Army’s first since 2002. The top-seeded Black Knights defeated No. 4 Colgate in the semifinals, 1-0 (OT), on Carlie Turnnidge’s goal to advance to the championship for the ninth time. Army suffered a 1-0 heartbreaking loss to Lehigh for the title and automatic NCAA bid. Turnnidge, McGuigan and Lostetter were named to the all-tournament team. WEEKLY HONORS (ARMY WON 13 CITATIONS) ... • SEVEN OF 11 ROOKIE HONORS • THREE DEFENSIVE AWARDS • TWO GOALKEEPER AWARDS • ONE OFFENSIVE AWARD


2010 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS TEAM • Shared the regular-season Patriot League title with Bucknell after being picked seventh in the preseason poll • Patriot League Tournament top-seed and host • Reached the Patriot League Championship finals • Three Named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team • Three Patriot League Major Award Winners • Five Tabbed for Patriot League All-Star Honors – fifth time for Army and first since 2002. • Eight Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll • Ranked No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage • Shattered the school record for shutouts that had been on the books since 1993 with 16; set record for fewest goals allowed (six) • Authored a 14-4-3 mark; 14 wins highest since compiling 16 in 1997 • Tied school mark for league shutouts (six) • Ranked as high as third in the Mid-Atlantic Region • Army-Navy Game carried on FOX Soccer Channel - an Army first • Defeated Navy, 1-0, at Clinton Field for ninth win over arch-rival • Captured Black Knight Classic • Sir Alex Ferguson, manager of Manchester United, made a visit to West Point in the spring

MONICA LEE (JR., GK) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll • Patriot League Weekly Goalkeeping Honors (9/13) JOEY MOLACEK (FR., F) • Patriot League Weekly Rookie Honors (8/23) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll KATIE WACKER (FR., D) • Patriot League Weekly Defensive Honors (9/13) DEE CLEGG (SR., F) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll LINDSAY GORDON (JR., D) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll JACLYN KALIK (FR., D) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll MELISSA McCLAWS (SO., D) • Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team

HEAD COACH STEFANIE GOLAN • Patriot League Coach of the Year KIM AN (FR., M) • Patriot League Rookie of the Year • Patriot League Weekly Rookie Honors (league-high five times) • All-Patriot League First Team • NSCAA/Performance Subaru Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team • Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team • Led Army and the Patriot League in scoring (21 points), goals (nine) and game winners (four) MOLLY McGUIGAN (FR., D) • Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year • All-Patriot League First Team • Patriot League All-Tournament Team • Patriot League Weekly Honors; Rookie (8/30) & Defense (9/7) • NSCAA/Performance Subaru Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

(Above) 2011 Team with Sir Alex Ferguson, head coach of Manchester United.

ALEX LOSTETTER (SR., GK) • All-Patriot League Second Team • Patriot League All-Tournament Team • Patriot League Weekly Goalkeeping Honors (8/23) • Army’s all-time leader for shutouts (31 solo, 34 combined) • Tied Patriot League shutout mark with 31 • Ranked first in the Patriot League and No. 2 nationally in GAA and save perentage JULIA STALLARD (JR., D) • All-Patriot League First Team • Patriot League Weekly Defensive Honors (10/3) • Named to the Patriot League’s Inaugural All-Academic Team • NSCAA Scholar All-East Region (Third Team) CARLIE TURNNIDGE (SR., M) • All-Patriot League Second Team • Patriot League All-Tournament Team ERRIN HELBLING (JR., D) • Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team & MVP • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll • Patriot League Weekly Offensive Honors (11/1) KELLY ROBBINS (SR., M) • Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team • Score lone goal in 1-0 win over Navy

(Above) Kim An; (Left) Coach Golan


THE ROAD TO THE 2008 NCAA TOURNAMENT ...

Sarah Go ss (above ) wa nament’s Most Valu s named the Patrio able Playe t League Tourr.

Pia White’s (right) game winning goal secured Army’s first Patriot League title since 1993.

PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS • FIRST NCAA BID IN SCHOOL HISTORY • RECORDED 12 SHUTOUTS • 6 PATRIOT LEAGUE SHUTOUTS SET A SCHOOL RECORD • 2 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS • 3 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT I SELECTIONS • 4 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE PLAYERS • 8 PATRIOT LEAGUE ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL PLAYERS • PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT MVP • PATRIOT LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR


Army’s magical ride to the NCAA Championship was the final feather in the cap of the players and coaches who survived a wild Patriot League postseason tournament run. After narrowly surviving a 5-4 penalty kick shootout with Bucknell in the conference semifinals, Army dispatched top-seeded Navy on its home turf, 1-0, in a heart-wrenching double-overtime championship game. While the Cinderella story ended in the first round of the NCAAs at heavily favored Virginia with a 2-0 loss, nothing could tarnish what the underdog Black Knights had accomplished during the season.

... A MAGICAL RIDE TO THE NCAA TOURNAMENT


2011 ABOUT WEST POINT

The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental and physical

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stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point. Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and second-year cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of wellrounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteering to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big BrothersBig Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts a Special Olympics event each spring. Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small academy legislated into being by Congress in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, the Academy has grown to more than 16,000 acres. The first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s classes graduate more than 900 new officers annually, both men and women, who are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. With the expansion of knowledge and the changing needs of the United States Army and the nation, life at West Point has changed to keep pace. Ever mindful of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academy is developing leaders for tomorrow, and its focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.

2010 PATRIOT LEAGUE CO-REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS


2011 1836 The Warner Sisters come to Constitution Island. For half a century, Susan and Anna Warner wrote popular novels and taught Sunday School to West Point cadets. Susan wrote “A Wide World,” one of the nation’s best sellers, in the 1850s. Anna wrote the words to the children’s verse “Jesus Loves Me.” In 1908 they donated the island to the Military Academy.

1980 The first women’s class graduates from West Point; Andrea Hollen, the Academy’s 58th Rhodes Scholar, is the first of 62 women to receive her diploma; Terry Tepper is awarded the Army Athletic Association (AAA) Trophy for “most valuable service to women’s athletics.” Maj. Cathy Kelley is the Academy’s first woman named a permanent associate professor.

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1987 Capt. Kathy Gerard-Snook and Bobbi Fiedler-Prinslow (USMA ‘80) are the first women graduates to serve on the USMA faculty.

Department of Physical Education. Barbara Treharne (USMA ‘80) and Heidi Brown (USMA ‘81) are two of four females to command air defense artillery Patriot battalions.

1988 Ann Marie Wycoff, named the “Outstanding Female Swimmer” at the NCAA Division II Champions, is the first athlete to capture four national titles in a single championship event.

1999 Alison Jones is the first female and second cadet in a decade to receive the Soldiers Medal for heroism in the terrorist bombing of the American Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. Women’s tennis becomes the first female team to earn an Division I NCAA tournament berth. 2000 The U.S. Military Academy celebrates the 20th anniversary of the first women’s class to graduate.

1957 Maj. Emma Baird becomes the Assistant Chief of the Personnel Branch and is reputed to be the first woman staff officer at West Point.

2001 The 25th year of females at the U.S. Military Academy is observed while the Academy celebrates its bicentennial.

1968 Dr. Betsy Lewis, the Academy’s fine arts librarian, teaches art classes in the English Department to First Class Cadets as the first female faculty member.

2003 Rebecca Halstead (USMA ‘81), former women’s basketball manager, becomes the first female West Point graduate to achieve rank of general in the U.S. Army.

1973 1st Lt. Virginia Fry is the first fulltime female faculty member, serving as a geography instructor in the Department of Earth, Space and Graphic Sciences. 1975 President Gerald Ford signs legislation that forever changes the face of America’s service academies when he declares that women would be permitted to seek nomination and attend a military institution. 1976 Army welcomes its first co-ed class in July of 1976 with the admission of 119 women with the Class of 1980; Mrs. Sue Peterson joins the Department of Physical Education as its first female instructor. 1978 “Women at West Point” television movie airs on CBS; Maj. Nancy Freebairm is the first female tactical officer; basketball is the first women’s sport to gain varsity status. 1979 Cadet Kathy Gerard is the first female Brigade Executive Officer, and Col. Mildred Hedberg is the Chief of Staff for the United States Corps of Cadets.

Liz Betterbed ’10 receives her diploma from President Barack Obama.

1981 Dena Caradimitropoulo, who starred in basketball, is the first woman and only the sixth cadet to win the AAA Special Award for “outstanding achievements and exemplary leadership in athletic competition.” 1984 Karen Short, a member of the women’s basketball team, is the first female to command Cadet Basic Training and be a Regimental Commander. Tracy Hanlon, a star in both basketball and track, is the first female to qualify for the Olympic trials (heptathlon). 1985 Lissa Young is the first female Deputy Brigade Commander and the first to be in charge of Cadet Field Training. 1986 Pam Pearson earns All-America honors in track and is the only woman at West Point selected for All-America honors in two sports, having been chosen twice in basketball. Women’s soccer becomes a varsity sport.

1989 Kristen Baker is the first woman to command the Corps of Cadets with her selection as First Captain; Capt. Heidi Brown (USMA ‘81) and Mary Finch (USMA ‘83) are the first women graduates to serve as tactical officers. 1990 Carol Barkalow (USMA ‘80), who starred in basketball, writes a book (“In the Men’s House”) about her West Point experience as a member of the first female class. 1993 Capt. Margaret Belknap (USMA ‘81), a member of the Systems Engineering Department, is the first woman to serve as a White House Fellow.

2004 Track and field standout Diana Wills (USMA ‘90) and All-American swimmer Ann Marie Wycoff (USMA ‘89) are the first two women in a charter class of 16 to be induccted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame. 2005 Holly Pedley (USMA ‘98) becomes the first women’s soccer player inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame. 2007 Col. Deborah McDonald (USMA ‘85) is the first woman to serve as a Major Activity Director at West Point with her selection as the Director of Admissions. 2008 Alexis Albano (USMA ‘96), former Army standout in both soccer and track and field, is inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame.

1995 Rebecca Marier, a tennis star, is the first female cadet to graduate No. 1 in her class.

2010 Army women’s soccer star Liz Betterbed (pictured above) becomes the second female to graduate No. 1 in the class, joining women’s tennis player Rebecca Marier (USMA ‘95).

1997 Col. Maureen LeBoeuf is the first female to head an academic department with her appointment as Professor and Head of the

2011 Lauren Rowe (USMA ‘03), former Army standout in both soccer and track and field, is inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame.

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1779 Margaret (Molly) Corbin is the first woman to receive a military pension in the United States for her heroism and service to the country during the Revolutionary War. She is buried in the West Point cemetery.

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WHY WEST POINT? “Any of us who went through the process; anyone who felt the flame of that furnace, came away altered in the way we go about running our lives. Some part of it is the belief that you are not only doing it for personal glory, but you do it because it is your responsibility. It’s part of being a member of The Corps and each of us that have felt that magic feel especially privileged to have done so.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER PETE DAWKINS PETE DAWKINS

“As I look back over my career in government, in business, of course in the military, I think West Point was a very influential experience. It hardened a sense of discipline, a sense of responsibility, duty and integrity and also very happily combined an alertness of mind and body.” - FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE ALEXANDER HAIG “For here we train the men and women whose duty it is to defend the Republic, the men and women whose profession is watchfulness, whose skill is vigilance, whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and win.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

ALEXANDER HAIG

“WEST POINT IS THE RING. IT’S THE FOUNDATION OF EVERYTHING I HAVE DONE.” - MIKE KRZYZEWSKI ‘69

BILL CLINTON


“In the evening of my memory, always I come back to West Point. Always there echoes and reechoes ... Duty -- Honor -- Country. Today marks my final roll call with you. But I want you to know, when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of The Corps ... and The Corps ... and The Corps ...” - GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR “As I look back on my life, I’ll always revere the opportunities that came along that brought about the choice I made to go to West Point. I just feel that it was fundamental in molding the fabric of my life. The experiences that I had at West Point, they were irreplaceable.” - ASTRONAUT EDWIN “BUZZ” ALDRIN

DOUGLAS MacARTHUR

“You have ahead of you the best of all professions. Being a leader is the best thing you can possibly be and you’re at a school that will make you the best possible leader. West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - HEAD COACH MIKE KRZYZEWSKI “From the birth of our existence, America has had a faith in the future -- a belief that where we’re going is better than where we’ve been, even when the path ahead is uncertain. To fulfill that promise, generations of Americans have built upon the foundation of our forefathers -finding opportunity, fighting injustice, forging a more perfect union. Our achievement would not be possible without the Long Gray Line that has sacrificed for duty, for honor, for country.” - PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA “West Point’s graduates have served America in many, many ways. Not only by leading troops into combat, but also by exploring frontiers, founding universities, laying out the railroads, building the Panama Canal, running corporations, serving in the Congress and The White House, and walking on the moon. Through our history, whenever duty called, the men and women of West Point have never failed us, and I speak for all Americans when I say, I know you never will.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

BARACK OBAMA

RONALD REAGAN

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COVERING THE BLACK KNIGHTS

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Working credentials for all media personnel can be obtained by contacting Madeline Salvani in the Army Office of Athletic Communications. In most instances, credentials can be picked up at the scoring deck located on the west sideline near the seating areas. There is no designated press parking area at Clinton Field, although special arrangements for television or radio crews may be arranged through Madeline Salvani. RADIO REQUIREMENTS Accommodations for visiting radio can be arranged through Madeline Salvani in Army’s Office of Athletic Communications. Rental fee for all lines is $75 and a check must be mailed prior to the game or hand-delivered to an athletic communications official before plugging into the line. Only outgoing collect or credit card calls are permitted. PHOTOGRAPHY Still photographers are urged to work from the sidelines. Anyone moving behind either of the goals during play does so at their own risk. Access to the sideline opposite the two benches is available for still photographers and TV cameramen. Photographers are not allowed on the same sideline as the team benches without prior approval. GAME SERVICES Statistics are posted on Army’s official athletics Web site at www.goARMYsports.com. Postgame stat packages will be available in Army’s Office of Athletic Communication shortly after the completion of the game and distributed to the visiting media. INTERVIEW POLICY Army head coach Stefanie Golan and players will be available to the media on the field immediately following completion of the game. For those desiring interviews with Coach Golan during the week, the best time to reach her is in the morning. No game-day interviews will be granted except upon extenuating circumstances. All requests for player interviews should be made through Madeline Salvani in the Office of Athletic Communications.

ITT Knight Vision’s Rick Johnston.

ARMY SPORTS NETWORK The Army Sports Network, in its 11th year of offering extensive coverage of the Black Knights, will continue its aggressive broadcast schedule this fall by carrying eight regular-season women’s soccer matches, in addition to all postseason games. Fans will be able to watch the action via ITT Knight Vision, a subscription package on www.goARMYsports.com, where video streaming will also be available for the home matches (CCSU, Seton Hall, Delaware, Howard, Holy Cross, Colgate, Bucknell, Lafayette) at Clinton Field. The Army Athletic Association continues its thorough coverage of the women’s soccer team with “real-time” statistics on its homepage (www.goARMYsports.com) available for each of Army’s 12 home games. ITT Knight Vision’s Rick Johnson will once again call the action, providing live play-by-play and analysis for the broadcasts. Rich DeMarco, Army’s Associate Athletic Director for Multimedia and Broadcasting, oversees the broadcasting of all Army athletics. He is also the producer and play-by-play for all Army football games throughout the fall. DeMarco is the voice of Army men’s and women’s basketball during the winter months. DeMarco and his wife, Katy, were married in July of 2008 and reside in Tenafly, N.J.

PRACTICE COVERAGE Army soccer practices are closed to members of the media unless accompanied by a member of Army’s Athletic Communications staff. Please contact the athletic communications office in advance to determine the status and location of practice and gain clearance into the workout. The Office of Athletic Communications’ policy requires 24-hour notice for those media members wishing to attend practice.

2011 ITT KNIGHT VISION SCHEDULE August 26 vs. CCSU September 2 vs. Seton Hall 18 vs. Delaware 22 vs. Howard October 2 vs. Holy Cross+ 7 vs. Colgate+ 9 vs. Bucknell+ 30 vs. Lafayette+

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SILVER ANIVERSARY TEAM

DELANEY BROWN ’06

RANDEE FARRELL ’02

DEIDRE SPENCE ’95

Army celebrated its 25th year as a varsity women’s soccer team in 2010, and this fall announced its Silver Anniversary Team. Twenty-two players, consisting of defenders, midfielders, strikers and were selected by fformer h head Gene V Ventriglia head d goalkeepers, lk l t db d coach hG t i li and d currentt h d coach h Stefanie Golan. Highlighting the group are Army Hall of Fame inductees Holly Pedley, Alexis Albano and Lauren Rowe, the latter joining that elite fraternity with the Class of 2011 this fall following Pedley in 2005 and Albano in 2008. Pedley (USMA ’98) is Army’s only Division I NSCAA All-American following her selection to the second team in 1994. She is a two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year (1994 and 1997) and Rookie of the Year (1994). Albano (USMA ’96) was the league’s top offensive player in 1997 and Rowe garnered defensive player of the year honors in 2002. Eight earned NSCAA Northeast Region honors with three first-team selections in Carla Miller (’89), Pedley and Rowe. Albano and Pedley were three-time picks with Kerry Loughman (USMA ’00) and Delaney Brown (USMA ’06) selected twice. Academically, Brown and Julia Stallard (USMA ’12) were NSCAA Scholar All-East Region selections with Pedley the Patriot League’s Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year in 1997, and Rowe chosen the Scholar Athlete in 2002. Eleven players served as team captains - Holly Fishburne (USMA ’91), Tara Williams (USMA ’94), Deidre Spence (USMA ’95), Kate Pendry (USMA ’96), Randee Farrell (USMA ’02), Kelly Schachtler (USMA ’03), Sarah Goss (USMA ’09), Alex Lostetter (USMA ’11), along with Albano, Pedley and Loughman. All 22 players left their name in the record book with Shannon Stein (USMA ’00), Tosie LeGrand (USMA ’94), Williams and Pedley earning Patriot League all-star honors all four years. Gretchen Meier (USMA ’95), Loughman, Albano, Brown and Rowe were three-time selections. Goalkeepers Mary Kidd (USMA ’00) and Lostetter also wrote their names into Army’s annals. Kidd ranks first in saves (449) and minutes played (6,584), while Lostetter is the school’s alltime leader for solo (31) and combined (34) shutouts. She ranks second in goals-against average (0.76) and minutes played (5,841) and holds the single-season mark for goals-against average (0.25), set last fall when she ranked No. 2 in the nation. Pedley put a lock on Army’s freshman records in 1994 for goals (17), assists (18) and points (52). She is the career leader for assists (48) and is second in points (144). Albano, who holds the school mark for goals by a sophomore (17), ranks second in goals scored (56) and is third in game winners (16). DeViney lists second in game winning goals (17) and is third in points (133), goals scored (52) and assists (29). Albano, Pedley, LeGrand and Williams were Army players selected for the Patriot League All-Decade team in celebration of its 10th anniversary in the fall of 2001. Women’s soccer has enjoyed a successful history since joining the varsity ranks 26 years ago (1986) at the Division II level. Army moved to Division I four years later when it joined the newlyformed Patriot League. In its first 25 years as a varsity sport, Army captured tournament titles in 1993 and 2008, earning its first trip to the NCAAs after earning the automatic bid in the latter. The Black Knights captured regular-season titles in the league’s early years from 1991 to 1993 with its fourth title in 2002 and fifth last fall (2010). Army closed out its 25th season ranked No. 1 in the country in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage.

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GOALKEEPERS • Mary Kidd (USMA ’00) • Alex Lostetter (USMA ’11)

DEFENSE: ALEX LOSTETTER ’11

• Gretchen Meier (USMA ’95) • Carla Miller (USMA ’89) • Lauren Rowe (USMA ‘03) • Deidre Spence (USMA ’95) • Julia Stallard (USMA ’12) • Shannon Stein (USMA ’00) • Tara Williams (USMA ’94)

MIDFIELD • Delaney Brown (USMA ’06) • Sarah Goss (USMA ’09) • Tosie LeGrand (USMA ’94) • Kerry Loughman (USMA ’00) • Emily Nay (USMA ’03) • Kate Pendry (USMA ’96) • Kelly Schachtler (USMA ’03)

STRIKERS • Alexis Albano (USMA ’96) • Selina DeViney (USMA ’93) • Randee Farrell (USMA ’02) • Holly Fishburne (USMA ’91) • Leigh Kosco (USMA ’06) • Holly Pedley (USMA ‘98)

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CLINTON FIELD: HOME OF ARMY SOCCER

2011 Clinton Field at West Point is named after Revolutionary War hero Gen. James Clinton. As one of New York’s most distinguished military leaders during the colonies’ fight for independence, Clinton commanded troops throughout the Hudson River Valley, including stops at Fort Clinton, Fort Montgomery and West Point. It was at West Point in 1778 where Gen. Clinton and his men began to throw chains across the Hudson to prevent enemy ships from traveling up the river. One of Clinton’s most important missions began in November of 1778. Upon receiving orders at West Point from Gen. George Washington, Clinton left for Albany to join forces with Gen. Sullivan. Their mission was to help the colonists seek retribution against Indian and Tory armies who had massacred the villages of Cherry Village, N.Y., and Wyoming, Pa. Clinton’s and Sullivan’s forces eventually defeated their enemies in an intense battle in Elmira, N.Y., forcing them to flee to the British fortress in Niagara. This battle was one of Clinton’s last as he immediately returned to Albany and remained there until the end of the war. However, he would later find himself alongside Washington during the British surrender at Yorktown and was later present at the evacuation of New York by the British. After exiting his military career, Clinton took an active role in politics serving as a member of the convention called to ratify the Constitution of the United States. Clinton was also elected a member of the New York State Senate. The Army women’s soccer team has called Clinton Field home since 1992, after splitting time there and North Athletic Field during the early years, and has enjoyed unparalleled success on the pitch as a result. The Black Knights have authored a .634 overall winning percentage along the banks of the Hudson. In 2010, Army blanked nine visitors to the military academy, running its mark of home shutouts to 56. Before 1992, Army split its home games between North Athletic Field and Clinton Field. It did not take long for the Black Knights to warm up to their new digs in the fall of 1993. Army etched out a 9-1-1 home mark for a season-best .864 winning percentage inside West Point’s iron gates. The Black Knights won their first Patriot

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Clinton Field sits adjacent to Doubleday Field and the Malek Tennis Courts along the banks of the Hudson River on the grounds of the United States Military Academy. It has been the regular home field to Army Women’s Soccer since 1992.

League crown en route to a program-best 20-11 campaign, which saw them record a schoolrecord 14 straight wins and shut out their first nine opponents. Army has posted a winning season at home five of the past seven seasons, including an unbeaten campaign in 2001. Two years later the Black Knights forged a 7-2-0 mark on the strength of a six-game home winning streak through September. The 2006 season was the first time that Navy pulled out a victory at West Point since 2000, while Air Force suffered a 2-1 defeat. The Black Knights lead Navy at Clinton Field, 4-3-1, following last year’s 1-0 shutout carried on FOX Soccer Channel. Army compiled an 21-10-4 mark at home the past four years, to include 19 shutouts. Always a home to the Army men’s soccer team, Clinton Field also hosted the USA Rugby Championships April of 2006, then underwent sod replacement that spring in providing both soccer squads with brand new grass on which to play. During the last few years, Clinton Field has received numerous upgrades. In 2006, the soccer clubhouse, located across the street from Clinton Field, was completed. The facility features locker rooms, a training area for the athletes, a team meeting room and a lounge. This gives the Army CLINTON FIELD RECORDS coaching staff the Army’s record................................................................................. 110-61-12 (.634) opportunity to take the Division I record............................................................................... 104-58-9 (.634) team out of the elements Most wins.......................................................................................... 9 (1993 -9-1-1) during halftime of games Highest win percentage ..............................................................864 (1993 - 9-1-1) to discuss strategy away All-time GF-GA .............................................................................................. 386-200 from the noise of the Most goals scored ..........................................................15 vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) First game ........................................................................9/28/86 vs. Utica College playing field. In 2010, the locker First win ..................................................................9/28/86 vs. Utica College (9-0) First goal ......................................................Sandy Hassett vs. Utica College (7:51) rooms underwent a First assist ..........................................................Kim Darby vs. Utica College (7:51) complete redesign to First shutout ...........................................................9/28/86 vs. Utica College (9-0) better meet the needs of No. of shutouts .......................................................................................................56 today’s student-athletes. First night game ....................................................................... 9/26/87 vs. Colgate A new fence 4as

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constructed around the field, state-of-the-art goal barriers were installed on both the main pitch and the practice field, stadium signboards were erected, banners celebrating the program’s rich history were hung and tear drop flags were unveiled. The playing surface at Clinton Field has been trimmed shorter making for a very fast track. The improvements are far from being complete, as a brand new scoreboard is scheduled to debut during the 2011 season. Clinton Field has also been host to six Patriot League Tournaments, twice with the men and four times with the women, the latest in 2010. The women are 110-61-12 all-time at Clinton Field and have averaged over five wins per campaign in the 21st century on the friendly confines. Army headed into 2009 just three victories shy of reaching the century mark in home wins, which it accomplished under head coach Stefanie Golan her rookie season (2009) following a 5-3-1 record. Last year Golan wrote her name into the history books as Army captured the regular-season Patriot League title, just the fifth overall, and first since 2002. The Black Knights set records for shutouts (16) and fewest goals allowed (six) along with ranking No. 1 in the country in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage. Army has crafted winning soccer squads who have defended their home turf quite well, and Golan has proven to be just the coach to continue the Black Knights’ storied heritage after taking over from Gene Ventriglia, who patrolled the sidelines for 23 years as the first coach in the program’s intercollegiate history. Army is set to host two regular-season tournaments this year starting with the Black Knight Classic, Sept. 2 and 4, hosting Seton Hall and Stetson. The following weekend (Sept. 9 and 11), VMI and Sacred Heart take on the host Black Knights in the Army Soccer Classic.

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ARMY SOCCER FACILITIES During the last few years, West Point’s quiet reserve has been interrupted by the sounds of progress and improvement designed to elevate the Black Knights’ athletic programs to a new “margin of excellence.” One of the latest waves of facility upgrade projects included the soccer clubhouse. The architectural design services for the facility were provided through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by Stephen J. Kagel Associates, Architects and Engineers in New York City. The complex, located across the street from Clinton Field, features locker room facilities, a training area for the athletes and a team meeting room and lounge. An added advantage for both Army coaching staffs will be the opportunity during halftime to discuss strategy away from the noise of the playing field and out of the elements. With progress being made on the soccer team’s behalf, it is certain that the improvements will translate into better performances on the field. “Our field is one of the finest in this region, and our field maintenance personnel deserve to be thanked for that,” said head coach Stefanie Golan. “The atmosphere is fantastic and there is nothing better than playing there on a crisp fall evening. Our team room and locker room are convenient and top-notch, which gives our team a sense of pride. We try to surround that area with some history of the program so they can thank those who came before them for where we are as a program now.”

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ... THE MEMBERS OF THE ARMY WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM HAVE CONSISTENTLY BEEN INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY. THE BLACK KNIGHTS HAVE HELD CLINICS FOR LOCAL YOUTH THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, WITH THE STAFF AND PLAYERS ACTIVELY INVOLVED. SEVERAL PLAYERS, ALONG WITH THE COACHING STAFF, VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICES TO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS BUILD HOMES FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED FAMILIES, IN THE SPRING. THEY HELPED PUT ON A ROOF AND WERE INVOLVED WITH BUILDING A HOME. DURING THE FALL, THE TEAM IS ON HAND FOR FACE PAINTING AND INTERACTION WITH FANS AT BLACK KNIGHTS S ALLEY, A FAMILY FUN ZONE HELD PRIOR TO EVERY HOME FOOTBALL GAME.

... GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY


ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AT WEST POINT AT WEST POINT, WOMEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS, LIKE ALL OTHER CADETS, MUST EXHIBIT PROFICIENCY IN THE CLASSROOM AS WELL AS IN MILITARY AND CADET TRAINING. NOT ONLY HAVE THEY SUCCEEDED – THEY HAVE EXCELLED! FIVE WOMEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS HAVE EARNED NINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HONORS OVER THE YEARS. ELIZABETH BETTERBED (USMA 2010), SARAH GOSS (USMA 2009) AND JULIE JORGENSEN (USMA 2005) ARE COSIDA ACADEMIC ALLAMERICA FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS.

JULIE JORGENSEN & ELIZABETH ELIZABE BETTERBED NO NO. 2 IN CLASS OF 2006 AND NO. 1 IN CLASS OF 2010 Army women’s soccer players have shined on the pitch and in the classroom since the sport joined the varsity ranks in 1986. In the 21st century, stars Julie Jorgensen and Elizabeth Bettered turned in the highest class standings in listing No. 2 in 2006 and No. 1 in 2010, respectively. When the United States Military Academy celebrated the 30th anniversary of the first women’s class to graduate on May 22, 2010, the first cadet that President Barack Obama presented a diploma to at the graduation ceremony at sun-splashed Michie Stadium was Betterbed - an athlete, a scholar and a leader. History was also set that day as Alexandra Rosenberg and Betterbed became the first females to finish No. 1 and No. 2 academically. Betterbed, a four-year soccer star, ranked No. 1 in her class (academic, physical and military disciplines) and second academically. She also held the second highest position in the Corps of Cadets as the Deputy Brigade Commander. Since women arrived at West Point in the summer of 1976, only two have had the distinction of graduating first in their class, and both were scholar-athletes. Women’s tennis star Rebecca Mariner was the first female Cadet to graduate No. 1 in her class (1995) followed 15 years later by Betterbed. Former women’s soccer star Kristin Baker was the first woman to command the Corps of Cadets as the Cadet First Captain and Brigade Commander in 1988-89, while Betterbed is one of an elite group of females to hold the position of Deputy Brigade Commander. Betterbed closed out her collegiate career as a two-time first team CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American and a Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-American who won the fan voting and was among five women’s soccer scholar-athletes chosen for first-team honors. The Mechanical Engineering major and Rhodes scholarship winner was also a nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year. The senior from Fox Island, Wash., who played a key role all four years as a starter on the women’s soccer team, was instrumental in Army’s first-ever NCAA appearance in 2008 after leading the Black Knights to the Patriot League Tournament title and automatic bid. A league all-star as a defender, Betterbed was an all-tournament

selection as well that year. Another women’s soccer starr who shined academically and on the pitch was Jorgensen. She earned a plethora of awards during uring her fouryear career (2002-05) before picking up her degree in Mathematical Sciencess with a minor in Computers. Jorgensen was the Patriot League’s eague’s Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year ar as well as the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year ear as a senior. She was a two-time CoSIDA/ESPN oSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic all-American n (first and third team honors). Jorgensen ranked No. 2 in a class of 861 with a 4.13 GPA. A Dean’s List student, Jorgensen sen was a 2005 NSCAA/adidas Scholar ar All-East Region (first team). She was nominated for the NCAA Today’s Top VIII Award (honors eight senior studentathletes). A Rhodes Scholar candidate, she was also a nominee for the Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Prize awarded by the American Society for Women in Mathematics. As the team captain in 2005, 5, Jorgensen led Army to a 12-6-1 mark and the championship game of the Patriot League Tournament forr the first time since 1996.


STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

O’MEARA, MALEK, DAWKINS, CLASS LASS OF 1959 STRENGTH TRENGTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER

An integral component in Army’s intercollegiate athletic program is the strength and conditioning department. The most visible sign of Army’s commitment in this area is the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center in Kimsey Athletic Center, one of the finest facilities in the nation. The monstrous 20,000-square-foot center is located on the second floor of Kimsey Athletic Center and features 30 tons of plates and dumbbells; 15 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, including six high-speed treadmills; a state-of-the-art weight training area with 16 rack and platform training stations, as well as a separate dumbbell area; and top-of-the-line Hammer strength equipment. Under the direction of Scott Swanson, this facility rivals any training facility in the country.

ATHLETIC TRAINING FACILITIES

Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic training department moved into its new and spacious home in the spring of 2003. The athletic training room now covers 9,500 square feet, housing the finest equipment available for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Highlights of the facility include a 1,202-squarefoot cardiovascular room containing more then 25 pieces of equipment; a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area equipped with a 2,018-square-foot rehabilitation pool, Jacuzzi, two large pools and four regular pools; 10 treatment tables; five modular taping tables; high-density storage; and a physician’s office with X-ray capability. The training room also features a vast array of the latest treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Thanks to the expansive new treatment area, Army’s athletic training staff can serve countless Black Knight athletes simultaneously so they are able to realize their full potential on the “fields of friendly strife.” Assistant Athletic Trainer Sam Visco oversees all of women’s soccer’s needs.


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HEAD COACH STEFANIE GOLAN

2011 STE FANIE GOLAN Head Coach 3rd Season at Army (21-14-5) Duke, 2001 Stefanie Golan heads into her third season as Army’s head women’s soccer coach and fifth year on the sideline after spending her first two years as the associate head coach. The first woman and just second person to head the program, Golan has proven to be a perfect fit for the position. She helped longtime Army mentor Gene Ventriglia architect one of the finest program in the fall of 2008, then led the squad to a record-setting season just two years later in her second season as head coach. Army posted 14 wins (the most since 1997) in 2010 and set school records for shutouts (16) and fewest goals allowed (six), along with ranking No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage. Though picked seventh in the Patriot League’s preseason poll last fall, Army defied the pollsters compiling a 4-0-3 mark to share the regularseason title with Bucknell. The Black Knights won the tie-breaker to host the tournament based on their 2-1 overtime decision over the Bison. Golan was chosen “Coach of the Year” and two of her players garnered major awards, along with five all-league selections to include three first-team selections. Freshmen Molly McGuigan and Kim An were selected as Defensive Player and Rookie of the Year, respectively. They also earned first team Mid-Atlantic Regional honors, and Julia Stallard was chosen an All-East Region Scholar (third team) by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Ranked throughout the season among the top 10 teams in the Mid-Atlantic Region, Army

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listed as high as No. 3. Two players earned MidAtlantic first team honors and another was named an All-East Region Scholar. In 2008, Golan’s last year with Ventriglia, the Black Knights captured their second Patriot League Tournament title and first NCAA bid after defeating top-seed and host Navy, 1-0, in double overtime in Annapolis, Md. Army drew No. 16 and host Virginia in the opening round regional match at the NCAA Tournament. Army held the Cavaliers to a goal in each half before bowing 2-0 in closing out the year 12-6-3. Playing a key role in the Black Knights’ success was a freshman class recruited by Golan that listed among the top 150 schools nationally on Soccer Buzz magazine’s preseason web site. A nine-year veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, Golan joined Army’s program January of 2007 and helped the Black Knights to a No. 4 seed in the Patriot League Tournament her first year. When Ventriglia announced in the spring of 2008 that he would retire at the end of the fall campaign, former Army Director of Athletics Kevin Anderson didn’t have to look far to identify the replacement in Golan. Army posted a 7-10-2 mark Golan’s first year (2009) to include a 5-3-1 showing at Clinton Field. Among the senior class was Elizabeth Betterbed, a Rhodes Scholar and two-time first team CoSIDA/ ESPN Magazine All-America who graduated No. 1 in the class of 2010. Golan, a native of St. Louis, Mo., spent the 2006 campaign as an assistant at the University of Pittsburgh under head coach Sue-Moy Chin. The Panthers took No. 25 Louisville into double overtime before bowing 1-0 at the Big East Conference Tournament, closing out the season 8-8-3, their best regular-season finish in school history. During her time at Pittsburgh, Golan helped to recruit a highly regarded group of athletes to the Panthers’ program, a group that included a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) high school All-American, an All-Metropolitan Player of the Year and a second team all-region pick. Prior to her stay at Pittsburgh, Golan served a two-year stint on the coaching staff at the University of Evansville (2003-04), where she played an integral part in its recruiting efforts. In 2005, many of her recruits led the Purple Aces to their first winning campaign since 2001, along with recording their best non-conference record in the history of the program. Several of her recruited athletes at Evansville received numerous honors to include a third team Soccer Buzz freshman AllAmerican, a NSCAA/ adidas second team all-regional (Great

SOCCER THE GOLAN FILE

Born: April 26, 1979 in Rome, N.Y. High School: Francis Howell North ‘97 (St. Charles, Mo.) College Education: Duke University ’01 B.S. in Political Science College Soccer: Duke University (1997-2001) Atlantic Coast All-Tournament Team (2000) Coaching Career: Graduate Assistant Coach, Mercer (2002) Assistant Coach, Evansville (2003-04) Assistant Coach, Pittsburgh (2006) Associate Head Coach, Army (2007-08) Head Coach, Army (2009-pres.) Family: Husband, Dave (married Dec. 31, 2004) Son, Travis (born May 22, 2006)

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2009 Army 7-10-2 Posted first-ever win over Saint Louis University. 2010 Army 14-4-3 Led the nation in goals-against average (.274), shutout percentage (.762) and save percentage (.919). Captured Three Patriot League Major Awards to include Defensive Player of the Year, Rookie of the year and Coach of the Year. Patriot League regular-season co-champions. Hosted the Patriot League Tournament as top seed, advancing to the championship game. Shattered the school record for shutouts (16) and fewest goals allowed (six).

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Just the second person and first woman to hold the head coaching position in program history. First recruited class (2012) was instrumental in Army capturing second Patriot League title (2008) and first NCAA tournament bid in school history. Third recruited class (2014) helped lead Army to a share of the Patriot League regular-season title (2010) - just the fifth in school history and first since 2002. • Five Army players earned Patriot League honors in 2010 (three first-team picks), along with two selected for first-team Mid-Atlantic Regional honors. Lakes) pick, along with the Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year. The squad also garnered a pair of all-conference, all-freshman team and all-tournament team selections. Golan’s first coaching appointment came as a graduate assistant at Mercer University in 2002. A 2001 graduate of Duke University, Golan (formerly Stefanie Kraay) lettered as a defenseman for the Blue Devils for four years (1997-2001). She was named to the Soccer America Team of the Week in 1998, and to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Tournament team in 2000. The Blue Devils earned bids to the NCAA Tournament three of her four playing years, compiling an overall record of 43-35-5 during her tenure in Durham, N.C. Golan and her husband, Dave, reside at West Point, N.Y., with their son Travis, born in May 2006. Her father, Geno Kraay, USAFA ’71, lettered in men’s soccer at the Air Force Academy and was an AllAmerican goalkeeper in 1969 and a two-time All-Far West Region selection.

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MAKE EVERY MINUTE COUNT: Whether it is training, a meeting, pregame, film, etc., every minute we have with the team is an opportunity to get better. We want each person to walk away from every opportunity feeling like they got something out of it. PLAY TO WIN: We will go into every game prepared to win and with the expectation that we will win. Our players will understand what is required of them to win, and they will give their best effort day in and day out to prepare to win. DEFENSIVE ATTITUDE: We all know the saying that defense wins championships, and it has always held true. Defending is all about attitude and discipline, and we are going to instill both in our players. ATTACKING FLAIR: Encourage creativity in the attack. Give the players the freedom to become artists and to be okay with making mistakes. We will ensure they know how to attack, but that there is flexibility within the system. We will set them up to have a system with structure, but flexibility which allows for creativity within the structure. Without structure, it’s only chaos! DEVELOP A SYSTEM AROUND OUR PLAYERS: We will build our system around the players we have, not force players into a system that isn’t the best for the team. This is something that will be constantly reevaluated. RESPECT: Respect is earned, and we will earn the respect of our team and maintain that respect in the way we conduct ourselves. We care about them as people, students, cadets, soccer players, and future Army officers. We are a part of the team, not above it.

IN THE EYES OF HEAD COACH STEFANIE GOLAN ... SUCCESS: Is not left to chance, it is all about preparation and attitude. We will carry ourselves with a swagger, but with the understanding that we will earn everything that we get through hard work and that we have to prove ourselves every single day. We are selfless, relentless workers, who will do things the right way, rise up to meet high expectations, and make every minute count. We will take pride in our defending and have fun while attacking with a creative flair and play/train to win. Nobody will work as hard as we do as a program. Every player who comes through our program will leave having grown not only as a player, but as a person as well. LOYALTY: We will be fully supportive through both word and action to West Point, to the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics (ODIA), and to the women’s soccer program. PROGRAM FIRST: We will always do what is in the best interest of the program and the players. We will support them in their endeavors as cadet-athletes and push them to succeed in all facets of life at West Point, not just in soccer. OUTWORK OPPONENTS: We will work harder and smarter than our opponents. We will cover more ground in recruiting, bring in better players, and get more out of our players than they do with theirs. We will be better prepared as a staff, and our team will go into every game expecting to win. We will never lose a game or a recruiting battle because someone did more than we did. We will control the things we can control and leave nothing to chance. DO THINGS THE RIGHT WAY: We will not cut corners or cheat in any aspect of what we do. We will recruit the right way, be honest with everything that we do, and represent ourselves, the program and West Point with pride, class, and dignity. RAISE THE BAR: We are going to set a high standard and continually push

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to raise the bar. The sky is the limit, and we want to be a program that is constantly pushing forward and striving to be better. We will constantly reevaluate our current team to set the standards and expectations based on the team that we currently have to work with. We will never lower our expectations once they have been set for each team; we will find ways to raise the players to meet the expectations that have been set.


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MARIO RINCON

Assistant Coach 3rd Season George Mason, 1987

Assistant Coach 2nd Season Lynn, 1999

Fred Thompson, the first hire for the women’s soccer program under head coach Stefanie Golan, heads into his third season on the staff. He has proven to be the perfect person to help steer the program as the Black Knights are coming off one of the finest seasons in program history. Last fall Thompson helped architect Army’s star-studded season as the Black Knights captured their fifth regular-season Patriot League title (first since 2002) along with serving as tournament host. Army shattered the school mark for shutouts (16) that had been on the books since 1993, along with ranking No. 1 nationally throughout the season in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage, and as high as third in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Prior to his arrival at West Point, Thompson had served the previous five years as the head men’s soccer coach at Bowling Green (18-69-8) following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at the University of Evansville (2002-03). His first head coaching assignment was at Bellevue (Wash.) Community College (2000-01) where he compiled a 28-8-6 mark after guiding the men’s soccer team to the conference title in 2001 after being a finalist in 2000. He was also honored as the NWAACC (Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges) Coach of the Year. While at Bellevue, Thompson also served as the assistant on the women’s soccer staff (2001). He broke into the collegiate coaching ranks in 1999 as an assistant men’s soccer coach at Green River Community College (Wash.). A four-year starter during his undergraduate days at George Mason University, Thompson was a two-time All-South Atlantic Region honoree. He earned All-ECAC South honors his junior year and was named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) squad that year as well. He was also a three-time All-Capital Collegiate Conference and All-Virginia Intercollegiate League selection. Thompson was part of three George Mason teams that ranked in the Top 20 nationally during his playing career prior to earning his bachelor of science degree in finance (1987). In 1982, he led the Patriots to a 17-0-0 regular-season mark and final 19-2-0 record, while the team’s .905 winning percentage was the third best in state history. Individually, he is ranked in the Top 20 on the all-time career point list for players of Virginia universities, and in the Top 15 on the career goals list. He was recently named to the All-Time Colonial Athletic Association Team at the conference’s 25th anniversary celebration. Thompson was among a select group of all-time greats who dominated the pitch in the 1980s. Following graduation, the native of Jamaica played professionally for eight years with the Baltimore Blast of the MISL, Tacoma Stars of the MSL and the Sacramento Knights of the CISL as a defender. He was also the starting sweeper for the Jamaican National Team (1988-90), and was part of history after helping his squad advance beyond the opening round of the World Cup qualification for the first time. Involved in coaching youth (both boys and girls) since 1983, he served with the Washington State Olympic Development Program as well as the Region II ODP staff. From 1993-99 he was involved with the FC United Premier Soccer Club in Tacoma, Wash. He was also the head coach for the U19 (1997-98) and U14 (194-95) while an assistant coach for the U13 (1993-94). Thompson holds a USSF “A” coaching license. Thompson and his wife, Jill, reside in Highland Falls, N.Y.

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Army head coach Stefanie Golan added another talented member to her staff when she hired Mario Rincon in December of 2009. His first season proved to be a record-setting one as Army shattered the school mark for shutouts (16) and set another record for fewest goals allowed (six), along with winning its first Patriot League regular-season title since 2002. Rincon spent the previous three years on the soccer staff at Florida Gulf Coast University. The 15-year coaching veteran helped start the program at Florida Gulf Coast that produced an impressive 32-16-6 mark during his three-year stay. Rincon was instrumental in the Eagles’ earning 12 Atlantic Sun League certificates (four first team, three second and five newcomer selections) along with garnering freshman of the year accolades twice. His last year (2009), FGCU placed third in the Atlantic Sun Conference while finishing 11-5-3 overall for the highest winning percentage (.658) in school history . Prior to his stint at FGCU, Rincon was on the staffs at Wright State, Baylor University, Duke University, the University of Miami and Lynn University. During his two-year stay at Wright State, Rincon helped the Raiders to a 23-8-5 mark along with earning five all-Horizon League certificates. He had a freshman selected by Soccer Buzz and the NSCAA (third team) for Regional (Great Lakes) honors. Rincon spent two years (2003-04) at Baylor University where he was instrumental in recruiting a freshman class that Soccer Buzz ranked nationally in 2004. Three players earned All-Big XII conference honors, eight were named to the academic unit along with goalkeeper Ashley Holder who was invited to the U-21 Women’s National Team training camp. He brought in a freshman class that ranked No. 8 by Soccer Buzz during his one-year stay at Duke University (2001-02). Five players were all-conference selections that fall with another named to the SCAA All-Southeast Region first team. In addition, he was instrumental in the development of an Atlantic Coast Conference first-team goalkeeper who competed for the Icelandic National Team at the Pre-World Cup Qualifier. After joining the University of Miami staff in the fall of 2000, Rincon served as the interim coach from February-July 2001. He played a key role in helping the school earn its first national ranking along with receiving a bid to the 2001 NCAA Tournament. He also assisted in the development of the school’s first player to earn a spot on the Mexican National Team. Rincon broke into the collegiate coaching ranks at Lynn University where he helped the Fighting Knights to three Final Four Division II finishes to include winning the national title (19-1-0) in 1998, runner-up honors in 1996 (20-1-0), along with reaching the semifinals in 1997 (192-0). He earned his degree in business administration from Lynn in 1999 after playing college soccer at the University of Central Florida (1990-93). In addition to collegiate coaching, Rincon was the team administrator, scout and coach of the Metrostars (Jan. 1999-April 2000) of the MLS. The team won the Eastern Conference title along with Rodrigo Faria earning 2001 MLS Rookie of the Year honors. An Olympic Development coach for girls’ soccer since 1998 in the states of Florida, Ohio and Texas, Rincon holds a USSF “A” License and a NSCAA Advanced National License. Rincon is single and resides in Highland Falls, N.Y.

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FIRST TIME FOES Duke, Appalachian State, VMI and Seton Hall are first-time opponents on the Black Knights’ 19-game schedule. 12 HOME GAMES Army’s 12 home matches are one shy of the most games played at Clinton Field since soccer began at the Division II level in 1986. Army hosted 13 games, to include a pair of Patriot League Tournament matches, in 1991 (its second year at the Division I level). However, it ties the most regular-season games played at Clinton Field when Army hosted 12 teams in 1989. CONFERENCE FACES Army will be competing against teams from 10 conferences to include the BIG EAST, Great West, Northeast, Metro Atlantic Athletic, Southern, Colonial Athletic, America East, Atlantic Coast, Big South and Patriot League. EARLIEST START When Army opens its season at Duke on Friday, Aug. 19, it will be the earliest opener in school history, breaking least year’s debut on Aug. 20 versus Sacred Heart. Since moving into the 21st century, Army moved up its season debut from September to August. HOME SWEET HOME The Black Knights have shined on its home turf at Clinton Field over the years with the help of the hometown crowd in putting together a 104-58-9 (.634) mark at the Division I level. The field is the home for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams. ARMY TO HOST TWO SOCCER TOURNAMENTS For the first time in school history, Army is hosting two regular-season soccer tournaments during the month of September. Colgate, Seton Hall and Stetson make up the four-team tournament field for the Black Knight Classic over Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 2/4) with St. Bonaventure, VMI and Sacred Heart invading West Point the following weekend (Sept. 9/11) for the Army Soccer Classic. MEN & WOMEN TO HOST DOUBLEHEADER Army’s men’s and women’s teams will host a pair of doubleheaders at Clinton Field early and late in the season. On Friday, Aug. 26, the women host Central Connecticut State at 7 p.m. following the men’s game at 5 p.m. against Marist. On Sunday, Oct. 30, both Army teams compete against Patriot League rival Lafayette with the women taking on the Leopards in the tip-off game at 1 p.m., followed by the men’s game at 3:30 p.m.

283 WINS & COUNTING Army’s 1-0 overtime win over Colgate in the semi-final round of the Patriot League Tournament was the 283rd victory in the history of the progam. GOLAN BEGINS FIFTH YEAR ON THE SIDELINE Stefanie Golan, the Patriot League’s 2011 Coach of the Year, begins her third season as Army’s head mentor and fifth along the sideline after serving as the associate head coach her first two years along the banks of the Hudson. She is just the second coach in the history of the program. ARMY RANKED NO. 1 NATIONALLY IN THREE DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Army’s 16 shutouts shattered the school mark of 13 set in 1993 en route to closing out the year ranked No. 1 in the country in goals-against average (.274), shutout percentage (.762) and save percentage (.919) in the final NCAA statistical poll. 11 STATES REPRESENTED ON ROSTER Army’s 25-player roster has the Black Knights coming from as far away as California, Colorado, and Texas and as close as New York and New Jersey among the states represented. California has the largest number of players with seven followed by five from Texas. SEASON LID-LIFTERS The Black Knights have opened the season on the winning side of the ledger 14 times in 25 years. Since moving from Division II to the Division I ranks in 1990, Army is 12-7-2 in lid-lifters, including six shutouts. ARMY-NAVY GAME IN ANNAPOLIS Last year Army hosted Navy in the school’s first TV game which was broadcast taped delay from West Point’s Clinton Field on FOX Soccer Channel. This year the Black Knights head to Annapolis, Md., to take on the Midshipmen. Army will be looking for its first win at Glenn Warner Stadium since defeating the topseeded Midshipmen 1-0 in double overtime in the 2008 championship finals of the Patriot League Tournament. The Black Knights’ last regular-season win in Annapolis was a 1-0 edging in 2005. ARMY CAPTURED THE PL REGULAR-SEASON TITLE IN 2010 After being picked seventh in the Patriot League’s preseason poll, voted on by the coaches and sports information directors, Army shared the regular-season title with Bucknell. The Black Knights hosted the tournament as the top seed on the strength of their 2-1 overtime win over Bucknell during the regular season. ARMY PICKED 1ST IN PL’S PRESEASON POLL: Army is the Patriot League’s favorite in the 2011 conference preseason poll. The Black Knights, who reached the championship finals of the league tournament last year, earned 10 of 16 first-place votes. Army returns preseason Offensive Player of the Year Kim An and Defensive Player of the Year Molly McGuigan.

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ARMY OPENS 26TH SEASON 2011 marks the Black Knights’ 26th season of intercollegiate competition and 22nd year at the Division I level after playing the first four years (1986-89) at Division II.

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2011 PATRIOT LEAGUE PRESEASON FAVORITE Third-year head coach Stefanie Golan has everyone around the Black Knights’ soccer program excited for the upcoming season following last year’s success. Army captured a share of the Patriot League regular-season title with Bucknell, won the tiebreaker to host the tournament, shattered the school record for shutouts (16) and in the process ranked No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage. Army’s dominant defense made it difficult to score against the Black Knights, who set a school mark for fewest goals allowed (six), while ripping their opponents’ nets for 24 tallies, the most since 2005, for a 14-4-3 overall record. The outlook for 2011 is very promising as a solid nucleus of 16 players (12 letterwinners and seven starters) return including four of last year’s top five scorers, led by sophomore Kim An (the league’s rookie of the year). Defensively, Army welcomes all four starters back and a pair of firstteam Patriot League all-stars in senior Julia Stallard and sophomore Molly McGuigan (the defensive player of the year). An and McGuigan were also first-team Mid-Atlantic Region selections. Army drew the respect of the Patriot League this year as well. After being picked in the lower half of the preseason standings the last several years, the Black Knights grabbed a majority of first-place votes, taking 10 of 16, in being picked this year’s favorite. Army’s major award winners from last year were the preseason picks with An the Offensive Player of the Year and McGuigan tabbed to repeat as Defensive Player of the Year. McGuigan was also named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. Golan, chosen by her peers for coaching honors in 2010, brought in nine outstanding freshmen with the majority expected to challenge for starting or key backup roles. “Every single day our team has been working hard to improve,” Golan said as she heads into her third season as head coach. “We are focusing on doing all the little things extremely well to put ourselves in the position to be back in the Patriot League Tournament. You don’t have to win the regular-season title, you just want to be in the top four to earn a berth in order to win and go to the NCAA Tournament. That is what the team’s goal is, and obviously we would like to win the regularseason title and host the tournament again.” Army’s five seniors were freshmen when the Black Knights earned their first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2008 after defeating top-seeded Navy, 1-0 in overtime, to win their first league championship since 1993 and second overall. That group will provide leadership as they look to get back to the NCAA Tournament. The Black Knights just missed that milestone last year after suffering a 1-0 loss to Lehigh in the league’s championship game at West Point. The goal was just the second given up to a league opponent among the six allowed in 21 games. Army tallied just over a goal a game in 2010 with 10 one-goal decisions counted among its 14 wins. An, who played in the midfield last year, will be moved up front which should allow her to increase her goal production. Her nine goals ranked first in the league and was the most scored by an Army freshman since 2002. The Black Knights return intact their starting defensive unit, but they will be pushed as Golan

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(R to L) Sophomores Kim An and Molly McGuigan were preseason Patriot League Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively. McGuigan was also named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. brought in some excellent newcomers. The last defense is the goalkeeper, and the loss of twotime all-conference and school record holder for shutouts would devastate most teams. Though graduation has claimed Alex Lostetter, Golan has a three-year veteran in senior tri-captain Monica Lee, who posted a 5-1 mark and stingy 0.33 GAA last year, along with two capable freshmen challenging for playing time. FORWARD Army had its share of one-goal decisions (10) among last year’s 14 wins. The Black Knights hope to increase their offensive production this year after scoring 23 goals in 2010 for the highest output since 2005. Kim An, the league’s top rookie last year and this year’s preseason offensive player of the year, will be moved up front. As a midfielder last year, she led Army and the league in scoring with 21 points, nine goals and four game winners. An will be Army’s primary offensive threat once again. “I feel that putting Kim up top allows her more freedom,” commented Golan. “She can afford to take more risks in the final third of the field, and won’t have to work quite as hard in order to create opportunities as she will be surrounded by talented players.” Senior Errin Helbling, who finished second on the team in scoring (seven points) and goals (three) despite being injured, is healthy this year and her production level should be higher in helping carry the scoring load. “Prior to Errin’s injury, she was one of our most dangerous attacking players,” Golan noted. “She did not have the numbers, but a lot of goals we scored were directly related to what she was doing on the field.” Senior Dee Clegg, ranked among Army’s scoring leaders her first two years, is a dynamic player capable of making things happen. Her leadership up top, along with Helbling, will be invaluable to a young group. Newcomer Jessica Koulabouth is capable of creating goals as well as scoring. She is very skilled

with the ball, is extremely quick and can cause problems because of her ability to turn players. Sophomore Stephanie Gower developed a comfort level in the spring following her transition to a forward after playing her first year as a defender. Strong with her back to the goal, she is a target-type player capable of holding off defenders, along with bringing the ball forward and helping in the attack. Sophomore Marissa Malta is a technical player who provides depth. MIDFIELD Army is deep in the midfield, and though young, Coach Golan anticipates that it will be a very productive area. The key is finding the right combination of players that mesh well. She will also be looking to score off opportunities from set pieces. Sophomore Joey Molacek will play a significant role as Army’s attacking midfielder. A pure player with great soccer savvy, she reads the game well and technically is very proficient. Forced to sit out a few games last year because of injuries, she is healthy and ready to take her game to the next level. “Joey was very unselfish in the spring, but now is starting to look for opportunities to score,” explains Golan. “She continues to develop and is getting more goal hungry in the attacking third where she will be a dangerous threat.” Senior Lindsay Gordon, who is capable of drawing duty in all three sections of the field, returns for her final season a healthy, more confident and fit player. As the lone upperclassmen in that group, her experience and leadership will be invaluable. Sophomore Ruthie Rosenberg made her presence felt logging duty in 13 games last year, and is expected to battle for significant time this fall. She reads the game well, can win balls in the air, and is capable of switching the point of attack. Another talented player from the sophomore class is Donna Bennett, a top reserve last year who returned stronger and fitter. She sets a high standard for herself, and one of her strengths is

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DEFENSE All four starters return from a unit that played a pivotal role in Army ranking No. 1 in the nation in three defensive areas last year. Leading the way are first team all-league players senior Julia Stallard and sophomore Molly McGuigan, the league’s preseason choice to repeat as defensive player of the year. A group of talented freshmen will be looking to make this unit even more formidable than it was last year. “We didn’t lose anyone on defense,” noted Golan, “and we brought in some players who have a ton of talent and will be looking to challenge the veterans. It makes for an exciting season as are working on sorting the combination of players.” Stallard, who has not missed a game since her arrival in 2008, has played a key role shutting down opponents. The talented tri-captain could find herself splitting time as a defender and midfielder. During the spring, she drew playing time as a defensive midfielder and could prove to be a valuable asset there as she is strong in the air and possesses the size and athleticism to switch the point of attack. McGuigan, a first-team Mid-Atlantic Regional pick who is tough defensively and dominant in the air, is expected to be stronger with a year of experience to draw on. Junior Melissa McLaws and sophomore Katie Wacker, starters in 19 games last year and whose experience will be very valuable again, round out last year’s starters. Also among the returnees is sophomore Jaclyn Kalik, tough defensively and looking to contribute. Last year’s starters set a high standard for themselves shutting down opponents, and that unit will be bolstered by three freshmen with a lot of potential. Lara Wilson, Ellen Duckwall and Madison Oliver will battle the veterans and provide Army with solid depth. Slated for time as a center back, Duckwall is a player who tackles hard, is athletic and can connect out of the back. Wilson is very athletic with unlimited potential; she is comfortable with the ball at her feet and attacks well out of the back. She is capable of stepping in once she becomes accustomed to Army’s system. Oliver is expected to be a dangerous threat attacking set pieces. “I was surprised when we led the nation last year in three defensive categories,” Golan said. “It was a byproduct of the team committing to a system and how we play. The team set a goal for shutouts, but it wasn’t 16; it is something that happened. “Other teams struggled to play us and get behind us and find opportunities, and most of those opportunities were routine saves for our keepers. We know that is extremely difficult to statistically repeat what we did last year defensively, but I don’t want our players getting focused on numbers. We want them focused on playing strong defensively,

and things will fall into place.” GOALKEEPERS Monica Lee, who split time last year in the goal with senior Alex Lostetter during the non-conference portion of the schedule, heads into her senior year as Army’s top netminder, with freshmen Linda Rosas and Katie Starr battling for the lead backup role. Lee enjoyed a solid season last year registering a 5-1 mark with all five of her wins shutouts in posting a 0.33 goals-against average. “Monica is a very strong keeper with great hands who will go into traffic to make the save,” Golan said. “She has good feet and is confident with the ball at her feet. Monica has a lot to offer; she is strong in goal and has become more vocal.” Rosas and Starr have been working hard and know what they have to do to challenge each other and Lee, which in turn raise the level of productivity. Both are up-and-coming talents who kick the ball well, with Starr a larger physical presence between the posts at 5-8, while Rosas is very composed with the ball at her feet. SCHEDULE Before opening Patriot League competition in October, the Black Knights will test themselves right away against Duke, an NCAA Tournament team, on Aug. 19, in opening a 19-game schedule. Army closes out its trip south with a visit to Appalachian State (Aug. 21) prior to making its home debut hosting Central Connecticut State (Aug. 26), in the first of 12 games on the homefront. “We feel we have a good schedule this year,” said Golan. “We play at home a lot, and we love our environment at Clinton Field. Opening on the road against a very good Duke team will allow us to see where we are right off the bat. We want to be challenged, and we feel we will be competitive in every game. “Our focus will remain on doing the little things well so the results can take care of themselves. We had a good season in 2010, but we weren’t satisfied as we fell short of our final goal. We look forward to continuing to build a program that strives

SOCCER for competitive greatness year in and year out.” Army hosts back-to-back tournaments (first in school history) the first two weekends in September starting with the Black Knight Classic that has Seton Hall, Stetson and Colgate rounding out the field. Golan added a military flavor to the Army Soccer Classic the following week, inviting VMI to join the field that includes St. Bonaventure and Sacred Heart. The Black Knights, picked first in the Patriot League’s preseason poll along with the offensive (Kim An) and defensive (Molly McGuigan) players of the year, face a tough challenge. “It is great that the other teams are showing us respect based on how last season went,” said Golan, the 2010 coach of the year. “It’s great to start the season at No. 1, but preseason polls are just that. It’s not where you start, but where you finish that matters most. “This poll doesn’t change our goals and it doesn’t change our focus from doing the little things extremely well to put us in a position to accomplish the bigger goals that we have set. We have an obvious target on our backs going into the season, and our game is probably circled on every Patriot League team’s schedule this year. “We told our players that this year things get harder. If we do everything exactly the same; we won’t get the same results because we aren’t sneaking up on people. This year, we have to be sharper, we have to work harder and smarter, and we have to bring our best and finish strong.” OVERVIEW Army is more athletic and deeper. The freshmen will see time consistently early. The six upperclassmen (five seniors, one junior) will supply veteran leadership with the three captains, Monica Lee, Errin Helbling and Julia Stallard, providing a good mix and balance for each other as well as 19 underclassmen (10 sophomores, nine freshmen). “I expect every game to be a battle this season,” notes Golan. “We have to focus on doing the little things right one game at a time, one training session at a time, one moment at a time. If we do that, we will be pleased with our season.”

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her service off corner kicks. Kaley Mosher, another member of Army’s talented Class of 2014, has also worked hard to provide depth in the midfield. Freshman Ellen Duckwall, an all-state player from Indiana, could draw time as a center midfielder. Classmate Mallory Herron, a smart player who is strong athletically, is also capable of challenging for a starting berth. A versatile player, Duckwall could also draw time as a defender. Another freshman looking to make an impact as a difference maker is Alana Mitchem.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 00 0 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 *

Name * Monica Lee Linda Rosas Katie Starr * Melissa McLaws Mallory Herron Kaley Mosher * Ruthie Rosenberger Marissa Malta * Joey Molacek * Kim An * Lindsay Gordon Lara Wilson Alana Mitchem Jaclyn Kalik * Julia Stallard Madison Oliver * Errin Helbling Stephanie Gower Jessica Koulabouth * Donna Bennett * Molly McGuigan * Dee Clegg Emma Dugas * Katie Wacker Ellen Duckwall

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

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SOCCER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Hometown/High School Crystal Beach, Fla./Palm Harbor University Granada Hills, Calif./Granada Hills (USMAPS) Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound (USMAPS) Herndon, Va./Herndon (USMAPS) Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township (USMAPS) Whitehouse Station, N.J./Hunterdon Central Regional Saugus, Calif./Saugus Oak Ridge, N.J./Jefferson Township Houston, Texas/Taylor Santa Maria, Calif./Ernest Righetti Anaheim, Calif./Canyon (USMAPS) Riverview, Fla./C. Leon King Colleyville, Texas/Covenant Christian Academy Flower Mound, Texas/Liberty Christian Wayne, Pa./Merion Mercy Academy LaMiranda, Calif./Troy Euless, Texas/Trinity Arcadia, Calif./Arcadia/New Mexico MIlitary Inst. (USMAPS) Boulder, Colo./Fairview Canyon Country, Calif./Canyon Canterbury, Conn./Norwich Free Academy Carmel, Ind./Cathedral Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville (USMAPS)

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Name An, Kim Bennett, Donna Clegg, Dee Duckwall, Ellen Dugas, Emma Gordon, Lindsay Gower, Stephanie Helbling, Errin Herron, Mallory Kalik, Jaclyn Koulabouth, Jessica Lee, Monica Malta, Marissa McGuigan, Molly McLaws, Melissa Mitchem, Alana Molacek, Joey Mosher, Kaley Oliver, Madison Rosas, Linda Rosenberger, Ruthie Stallard, Julia Starr, Katie Wacker, Katie Wilson, Lara

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Sam Visco Athletic Trainer

Dr. Ralph Pim DPE

(sophomores cont’d) Molly McGuigan Joey Molacek Kaley Mosher Ruthie Rosenberg Katie Wacker

Juniors (1) Melissa McLaws

Freshmen (9) Ellen Duckwall Emma Dugas Mallory Herron Jessica Koulabouth Alana Mitchem Madison Oliver Linda Rosas Katie Starr Lara Wilson

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

ROSTER BY STATE California (7) Donna Bennett Dee Clegg Stephanie Gower Alana Mitchem Joey Molacek Linda Rosas Lara Wilson

Florida (2) Jaclyn Kalik Monica Lee

Pennsylvania (2) Errin Helbling Ruthie Rosenberger

Indiana (2) Ellen Duckwall Katie Wacker

Tennessee (1) Kate Starr

Colorado (1) Molly McGuigan

New Jersey (2) Kim An Marissa Malta

Connecticut (1) Emma Dugas

Oklahoma (1) Melissa McLaws

Texas (5) Lindsay Gordon Mallory Herron Jessica Koulabouth Madison Oliver Julia Stallard

Kim An............................................................ ON Stefanie Golan .......................................GO-lawn Errin Helbling ....................... AIR-rin- HELL-bling Mallory Herron ........................................ HAIR-in Jaclyn Kalik .............................................. KA-lick Jessica Koulabouth ..................COOL- la-BOOTH Alex Lostetter .................................. loss-TETTER Alana Mitchem ............................... Ah-LOHN-Ah Joey Molacek ............................MOLE-la-CHECK Molly McGuigan .......................... Mic-GWEE-gan Julia Stallard .......................................Stal-LERD

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Seniors (5) Deanna Clegg Lindsay Gordon Errin Helbling Monica Lee Julia Stallard

Sophomores (10) Kim An Donna Bennett Stephanie Gower Jaclyn Kalik Marissa Malta 2nd Lt. Alex Lostetter Athletic Intern

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

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Head Coach: Stefanie Golan (Duke ‘01), 3rd Season Assistant Coaches: Fred Thompson (George Mason ‘87), 3rd Season; Mario Rincon (Lynn ‘99), 2nd Season Tri-Captains: Monica Lee, Errin Helbling, Julia Stallard

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MILESTONES: Named MVP and member of AllTournament Team at 2010 Black Knight Classic... performance earned Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors ... selected for Patriot League offensive honors first week in November ... named to Patriot League academic honor roll ... two-year letterwinner.

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four times, last vs. Holy Cross (10/29/10) vs. Marist (9/10/10) vs. Marist (9/10/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS 2008 16-0 2009 2010 18-12 Totals 34-12

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time Army won its own tournament in six times hosting the event ... first goal of season provided insurance marker in 3-0 home-opening win over Quinnipiac ... recorded a career-high 27 shots with 13 on goal to include game-high three four times. 2009: Did not compete.

2010: Drew duty in 18 of 21 games with 12 starts ... closed out season ranked second on the team in goals (three) and scoring (seven) along with notching a pair of game winners ... garnered Patriot League weekly honors after lifting Army with late goal to 1-0 win over Holy Cross that clinched tournament host and top seed ... certificate was Army’s 13th and first offensive selection ... recorded goal and assist in 3-0 win over Marist in opening round of the Black Knight Classic ... notched the game winner in the first half, then assisted on the first of two second-half insurance tallies ... named to the all-tournament team and chosen MVP ... second

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2008: Appeared in 16 of 21 games after being sidelined by an ankle injury the first five games of the season ... drew first career appearance against host Air Force at the Falcon Invitational in early September ... fixture in the lineup rest of the season ... first collegiate goal proved to be game winner in 3-0 regional defeat of Central Connecticut State ... the Blue Devils, ranked No. 8 in the Northeast, came into the game on the heels of a 2-1 upset win over No. 11 Connecticut ... opened the scoring with just over six minutes remaining in the first half ... after beating the goalkeeper to a pass, booted the ball

Assts 0 0 0

Pts 2

Shots GWG 15 1 27 42

2 3

Shots GWG 0 0 4 0 4 0

into the left corner of open net ... among talented group of freshmen to draw playing time in all three postseason games to include the Black Knights’ first trip to the NCAA Tournament after capturing the Patriot League Championship ... eight of 15 shots were on goal. HIGH SCHOOL: Closed out career as leading scorer at Merion Mercy Academy … twice served as team captain … school’s MVP … named to the Main Line Times all-star team along with earning ACA (Athletic Association of Catholic Academies) all-star honors junior and senior years … club’s scoring leader as well … guided team (US Club Soccer) to the Region One title, and was a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program … three-sport athlete who also lettered in swimming and diving, along with track and field en route to earning 15 varsity letters. PERSONAL: Given name is Erringer Austin Helbling … parents’ names are Phil and Karen Helbling … mother played volleyball for Fordham ... father, a 1985 USMA graduate, played baseball ... he retired as a major from the U.S. Army … majoring in Mathematics. COACH’S COMMENTS: “We are hopeful that Errin will have her best season to date for her final season. She has size and speed and has one of the hardest shots on the team. She is also pretty good in the air. Prior to her injury last season, she was the team’s most dangerous attacking player. We are focused on keeping her healthy so that she can have a great year.”

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Senior Goalkeeper 5-8 Crystal Beach, Fla. Palm Harbor University

MILESTONES: One of eight Army players named to the Patriot League academic honor roll in February ... one of three senior captains ... three-year letterwinner. 2010: Shared goaltending duties with senior Alex Lostetter prior to start of Patriot League play ... compiled a 5-1 mark as a starter in six games with all five wins shutouts ... earned Patriot League goalkeeper honors for the week of Sept. 13 following four-save performance in 3-0 blanking of Marist in the opening round of the Black Knight Classic ... Army went on to capture the title ... lone loss of season was a 2-1 overtime regional heartbreaker to Brown ... goal with less than a minute remaining snapped opponents’ scoreless streak at 359 minutes ... did not allow goal in next two games - 2-0 win over NJIT and 1-0 regional victory over Penn ... season-high five saves recorded against Brown. 2009: Appeared in six matches as a goalkeeper to include starts in four of the final five games of season ... in goal in 1-0 overtime blanking of Patriot League rival Lafayette for first conference win of the season ... earned first start of the season two days prior in 1-0 non-league heartbreaker at Manhattan ... three of four starts were in conference matches that also included Bucknell and Colgate ... played 65 minutes in 0-0 overtime draw against league rival Lehigh in conference debut ... recorded a season-high four saves ... went on to post a 1-1-1 conference mark to include shutout decision along with sharing another ... recorded 1-2-1 overall mark to include solo shutout while having a hand in two others en route to compiling a 0.67 goals-against average in 405 minutes in goal ... season’s first appearance came against Stetson in the opening round of the Embassy Suites Kick-Off Classic hosted by Florida Gulf Coast over Labor Day Weekend ... called upon to make two saves over final 20 minutes in 2-0 blanking ... also drew starting assignment as a forward against league rival Holy Cross on Senior Day in season finale.

GAME HIGHS Saves: Minutes:

6 99:45

vs. Air Force (9/13/08) vs. Brown (9/15/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 4-1 6-4 6-6 16-11

overall in going the distance in making a 1-0 lead stand for Army’s first shutout of the season ... at that point had not allowed a goal in 146 minutes, drawing duty in three of four games ... season-high six saves recorded in loss to host Air Force ... showed a 0.50 goals-average average allowing one-goal in 180 minutes in net with .929 save percentage. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years as a goalkeeper at Palm Harbor University, a three-year participant at the state tournament … team captured FHSAA Class 5A title in 2005-06 while finishing runner-up twice (2004-05 and 2006-07) … served as captain senior year … led the team to the district title along with being a regional finalist … played club ball with the IMG Soccer Academy, formerly the Countryside Lightning 89 … team ranked No. 1 in the nation senior year and represented Florida at the Southern Regionals … state ODP 89 member … played club ball since 2002 … helped win four Florida state titles (2002-06) for various age groups ... U-16 USYS

Min. 180 405 550 1135

GA 1 3 2 6

GAA 0.50 0.67 0.33 0.45

Svs. Pct. 13 .929 14 .824 20 .909 47 .861

W-L-T 2-0-0 1-2-1 5-1-0 8-3-1

Sho 1 1 5 7

team reached the semifinals of the southern regional in 2005-06 … regional and state finalist following year and Region 3 Premier League champions. PERSONAL: Given name is Monica Kayla Kursten Lee … parents’ names are Richard and Melanie Lee … both grandfathers served in the U.S. Air Force and are retired … paternal step-grandfather, Donald Jackson, was a lieutenant colonel ... paternal grandfather, Bob Lee, was a senior master sergeant … majoring is Kinesiology. COACH’S COMMENTS: “As a team captain and the No. 1 GK going into preseason, we expect Monica to step up as a leader within the team. She is an excellent goalkeeper who has the size, athleticism and technical ability to have a great year. The players on the team look up to Monica and feel confident with her in the goal. We are excited to be another tough team to score against.”

2008: Posted pair of wins appearing in four of first five games of season ... drew reserve duty in 3-1 season opening win over NJIT ... recorded first collegiate win playing final 32 minutes in 2-1 come-frombehind OT win over Sacred Heart in opening round of Army’s BAE Systems Classic ... made three of Army’s five saves with two coming in the final minutes of regulation, while rejecting another attempt in final 22 seconds of the first OT ... two games later drew starting nod against Missouri State at Toys for Tots Classic ... registered pair of key saves with four

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Senior Midfield/Defense 5-4 Colleyville, Texas Covenant Christian Academy

MILESTONES: One of three seniors selected to share the team captaincy - first tri-captains in school history ... Patriot League first-team pick as a defender in 2010 ... earned conference weekly defensive honors first week in October ... one of 11 student-athletes named to the Patriot League’s inaugural all-academic team last fall ... twice named to league’s academic honor roll ... Scholar All-East Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) with her selection to the third team in April ... chosen for Army’s 25-year anniversary team ... named to three all-tournament teams in 2008 to include Army’s BAE Systems Classic, Toys for Tots Classic (hosted by Saint Louis University) and the Governor’s Cup (hosted by Albany) ... has played in every game (61) since arrival at West Point the summer of 2008 ... starter in 59 games ... instrumental in Army posting 35 shutouts over the past three years including a record-setting 16 last fall that shattered the former school record 13 set in 1993 ... nominated for Lowe’s Senior Class Award ... three-year letterwinner. 2010: One of just five players to draw starting duty in all 21 games ... among three Black Knights selected for Patriot League first-team honors ... equally as impressive in the classrooom with selection to the league’s inaugural academic honor roll and chosen an NSCAA Scholar All-East Region ... earned conference weekly defensive honors following performance in pair of 1-0 blankings of league rival Lehigh and regional foe Penn ... assisted on winning tally against the Mountain Hawks six minutes into sudden death overtime ... also set up winning goal in 3-0 opening-round win over Marist at the Black Knight Classic that Army went on to capture ... played instrumental role in record-setting shutout mark of 16 as Army ranked No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, save and shutout percentage.

#17

GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points:

0 1 1

vs. Marist (9/10/10), Lehigh (10/01/10) vs. Marist (9/10/10), Lehigh (10/01/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 21-21 19-17 21-21 61-59

Gls 0 0 0 0

Assts 0 0 2 2

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots GWG 6 0 6 0 18 0 30 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2008 3-0 2010 2-0 Totals 5-0

Gls 0 0 0

Assts 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0 0 0

2008: One of four players (one of just two freshmen) in starting lineup for all 21 games ... considered best marker in league by staff ... named to three alltournament teams during regular season with selection to Army’s BAE Systems Classic, the Toys for Tots Classic and the Governor’s Cup ... Black Knights blanked both opponents en route to winning the team title at Saint Louis (Toys for Tots) Tournament ... helped Army string together sevengame shutout streak (last six in league play) and nine over 11-game span. ` HIGH SCHOOL: National Christian Schools Athletic Association first team All-American (2006-07) and four-time all-state player at Covenant Christian Academy … cited twice for first team all-state honors along with earning pair of academic all-state certificates … two-time team captain and district MVP ... scored 75 goals along with dishing off 38 assists during junior and senior campaigns, while compiling 109 goals along with 58 assists during her high school career … four-time first team all-district pick

and Christian Athlete of the Year finalist … led club soccer teams to three state tournaments. PERSONAL: Given name is Julia Lynn Stallard … parents’ names are Steve and Jill Stallard … paternal grandfather, Alvis Stallard, retired as a captain in the U.S. Air Force … majoring in Economics. COACH’S COMMENTS: “We moved Julia to defensive center midfield this spring where she did a great job on both sides of the ball. There is a possibility of her continuing in that role, but there is also a possibility that she will remain at outside back depending upon how some other things play out during preseason. Julia is confident on the ball, she is a tough individual defender, and an incredibly hard worker who is always one of the fittest players on the team. We are excited for her to have a leadership role this fall.”

2009: Second straight year appeared in every Army game ... drew starts in 17 of 19 matches mainly as defender along with also seeing duty as a midfielder ... earned starting nod in three of first five games of season before stepping into the lead role in 14 straight games starting with the Black Knights’ first-ever win over host Saint Louis on Patriots’ Day (Sept. 11) ... one of just three players (to include two seniors) in starting rotation in all seven Patriot League matches ... played key role in all seven Army shutouts with two posted against conference foes Lehigh and Lafayette.

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Senior Defense/Forward 5-0 Canyon Country, Calif. Canyon

MILESTONES: One of eight Black Knights named to the Patriot League honor roll in February .. two-time all-tournament pick in 2008 ... named to Army’s BAE Systems Classic and the Toys for Tots Classic hosted by Saint Louis University ... named MVP of latter along with earning Patriot League weekly rookie honors for performance ... three-year letterwinner.. 2010: Drew field duty in 19 of 21 games to include eight starts seeing extensive duty up front ... lone goal of season proved to be game winner in 2-0 road win at New Jersey Institute of Technology ... following a scoreless first half, connected on a left footed free kick that hit the inside back of the post in the 69th minute ... goal was career seventh along with picking up third game winner ... four of 14 shots were on goal. 2009: Appeared in 18 of 19 games with 17 starts ... finished second in scoring with seven points (3 goals, 1 assist) ... ranked second on team in shots with 53, which listed sixth among Patriot League schools, along with a team-high 26 on goal ... tallied game winner in 2-0 victory over Stetson in first round of the Embassy Suites Kick-Off Classic hosted by Florida Gulf Coast ... ... opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a shot from the top of the box that hit just below the crossbar ... goal was second over three-game span after closing out scoring in 3-0 blanking of NJIT in Army’s first win of the season ... recorded game-high six shots, all on goal, in 1-0 heartbreaker to Iona ... registered eight shots twice, both against Patriot League rivals ... first was in 1-0 edging of Lafayette and the second came a week later in 2-1 loss to Colgate ... tallied Army’s lone goal against Raiders, who went on to capture the Patriot League regular-season and tournament titles ... scored on a breakaway after beating the keeper one-on-one... earlier in the year part of double-assist tandem that proved to be game winner in 2-1 home edging of Fairfield.

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GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points:

1 1 2

Seven times, last vs. NJIT (9/24/10) Twice, last vs. FFD (9/27/09) Seven times, last vs. NJIT (9/24/10

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS 2008 21-20 2009 18-17 2010 19-8 Totals 58-45

Gls 3 3 1 7

Assts 1 1 0 2

Pts 7 7 2 16

Shots GWG 38 1 53 1 14 1 105 3

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2008 3-0 2010 2-0 Totals 5-0

Gls 0 0 0

Assts 1 0 1

Pts 0 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0 0 0

2001 ... lone assist set up game winner in Army’s 1-0 double overtime win over top-seeded Navy that clinched the Patriot League Tournament title and the automatic NCAA bid (first in school history) ... closed out year ranked second in shots with 38 with 16 on goal ... gamehigh six recorded against Missouri State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-league pick and conference first team all-star as four-year letterwinner at Canyon High … named the “fastest forward” in the Foothill League senior year … competed seven years at the club level … led the Real So Cal squad to the National Cup title in 2008 after winning the league title and Surf Cup championship ... reached North American finals in 2007 … team represented Southern California at the Far West Regionals in Hawaii … two-sport athlete who also lettered four years in track ... named school’s 2008 student athlete of the year.

PERSONAL: Given name is Deanna Lucia Clegg … parents’ names are Rosanna and Kerry Clegg … paternal grandfather, Lyle Clegg, was with the 101st Airborne during World War II … brothers Michael and Danny play soccer … majoring in Literature. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Dee needs to have her best season to date. She has to be fit and she has to bring her competitive edge out. Right now, she will get looks as an outside back as well as up top. In either place, we expect her to play with confidence and composure and to positively impact the game. She is more than capable on the ball, so we need her to be confident and to have a defensive bite.”

2008: One of three freshmen to see action in all 21 games while drawing starts in 20 ... ranked third in scoring with three goals for seven points along with a game winner ... one of two freshmen to finish among the top three scorers ... selected for all-tournament honors back-to-back weekends at the start of the season ... named to Army’s BAE Systems Classic and the Toys for Tots Classic hosted by Saint Louis ... selected team MVP in the latter after helping Army to the tournament title ... scored game winner in 1-0 opening round win over Missouri State ... performance earned Patriot League BRINE Rookie of the Week honors ... just the fifth Black Knight selected for weekly rookie honors since the league went to that format in

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Senior Defense/Midfield/Forward 5-6 Houston, Texas Taylor

MILESTONES: Named to Patriot League academic honor roll twice ... compiled second-highest GPA among eight Black Knights selected during the winter ... three-year letterwinner. 2010: Competed in 19 of 21 games earning 10 starts to include the final nine games of the season drawing duty in the midfield ... lone goal of the season proved to be first career game winner in 1-0 overtime edging of Lehigh in the Patriot League opener ... came off the bench and scored six minutes into the sudden death overtime at Clinton Field ... with just four minutes left to play in the first overtime, Gordon received a cross from Julia Stallard that she converted with a shot into the back of the Lehigh net ... assisted on winning goal two days later in 1-0 non-league blanking of Penn ... part of double-assist tandem, crossing the ball to Kim An in the box for second career helper ... 10 of 16 shots were on goal with season-high three registered against Lafayette.

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1 1 2

vs. Stetson (9/04/09); Lehigh (10/01/10) vs. Siena (9/21/08); Penn (10/03/10) vs. Stetson (9/04/09); Lehigh (10/01/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 16-9 14-4 19-10 49-23

Gls 0 1 1 2

Assts 1 0 1 2

Pts 1 2 3 6

Shots GWG 7 0 6 0 16 1 29 1

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2008 3-0 2010 2-2 Totals 5-2

Gls 0 0 0

Assts 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009: Appeared in 14 of 19 games, drawing starts in four matches to include the final two of the season ... tallied first career goal in 2-0 blanking of Stetson in opening round of the Embassy Suites Kick-Off Classic ... proved to be insurance goal in the win ... scored latter half of second half capitalizing off a shot that hit the inside left corner of the net ... ripped off six shots during the season with five of those attempts on goal ... season-high three shots (all on goal) recorded in 1-0 win over Patriot League rival Lafayette ... drew starts against NJIT and Fordham along with conference rivals Colgate and Holy Cross ... Army went 2-1-1 in games she started. 2008: Highly regarded talent in freshman class … drew duty in 16 matches with nine starts … in starting lineup in first six matches of season as Army blanked three of its opponents compiling a 4-2 mark during that span ... one of five newcomers to draw starting nod in season-opening 3-1 win over NJIT …

recorded first career point in road trip to Siena ... set up Army’s first goal as Black Knights tied the score 1-1 ... competed in pair of Patriot League regularseason matches versus American and Lafayette … logged time in the semifinals and championship games helping Army capture the Patriot League Tournament title and automatic NCAA bid ... one of seven freshmen to draw playing time in Army’s first appearance at the NCAA Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Taylor High to the 5A State title and a No. 3 national ranking sophomore year along with reaching the regional finals the following two years … all-state first team selection as a defender … three-time first team all-district selection … team captain and MVP ... starter in 86 consecutive games while posting 32 career assists to rank fifth in school history … academic all-state selection as a senior … earned a pair of academic all-district honors and was an ODP pool member in 2003 … member of the Texas Premier FC 90 that competed in the South Texas Premier League, finishing runnerup at the South Texas State championship in 2001 … played with Eclipse 90 Black squad that was a South Texas State finalist senior year. PERSONAL: Given name is Lindsay Gale Gordon … parents’ names are Merrilee and Doug Gordon … paternal grandfather Robert L. Gordon retired from the U.S. Army as a Major General … majoring in Physics. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Lindsay spent a good part of the fall dealing with an injury, and she was out all spring with the same injury. I think the time off the field has reinvigorated her drive as a soccer player and we are excited to get her back on the field. She is technically very clean and has played a variety of positions throughout her career; we are excited to see where she can help the team the most this fall.”

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#3

MILESTONES: One of four Army players named to the Black Knight Classic AllTournament Team ... two-year letterwinner.

GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points:

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vs. Stetson (9/04/09); Penn (10/03/10) vs. Stetson (9/04/09), Penn (10/03/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 18-12 20-20 38-32

Gls 0 0 0

Assts 1 1 2

Pts 1 1 2

Shots GWG 8 0 8 0 16 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 1 0 1 0

2010: Drew duty and starting role in 20 games ... played instrumental role as part of defensive unit that held opponents to just six goals along with a schoolrecord 16 shutouts ... key reason why Army ranked No. 1 in the country in goalsagainst average, shutout percentage and save percentage ... assisted on winning goal as part of double assist tandem in 1-0 blanking of regional rival Penn ... sent ball forward to Lindsay Gordon ... she crossed it to Kim An whose header hit the crossbar and dropped in ... one of four Army players named to the Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team ... helped team win the title following pair of 3-0 blankings of Marist and Vermont. 2009: Appeared in 18 of 19 games ... drew starts in 12 matches ... involved in all seven of Army’s shutouts including six as a member of the starting rotation ... started first six games of season, helping the Black Knights post four shutouts en route to compiling a 3-2-1 mark ... recorded first collegiate assist in 2-0 blanking of Stetson in opening round of the Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic hosted by Florida Gulf Coast University over Labor Day Weekend ... sent a diagonal ball behind the defenders to Dee Clegg for what proved to be the winning tally when she opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a shot from the top of the box ... competed in six of seven Patriot League games with starts versus Lehigh, Navy and Lafayette. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner as a defender and midfielder who was allstate, all-city and all-district performer at Deer Creek High ... three-time all-district selection ... all-state and all-city honors senior year along with being named the Deer Creek defensive player of the year ... all-city honorable mention honors in 2006 ... helped team to state title senior year ... scored the game-winning goal in the semifinals that snapped 10-time defending state champions reign ... high school team reached the state semifinals previous three years ... served twice as team captain ... scored 43 goals along with 14 assists as four-year starter ... recorded 10 goals and four assists senior year helping team to 15-0 record ... squad tallied 110 goals while holding opponents to just one ... played club ball for North OKC United 91 team and Edmond Soccer Club over eight-year span ... spent last five with Edmond, leading team to state and USYSA Regional (3) titles senior year ... regional champions and national finalists in 2005 ... regional finalists in 2006 and 2007 ... two-time first team All-Edmond pick (2007 and 2009) ... three-year member of the ODP state team. PERSONAL: Given name is Melissa Nicole McLaws ... parents’ names are Scott and Michelle McLaws ... great-great-great grandfather Lafayette McLaws was a member of the USMA Class of 1842 ... majoring in Systems Management. COACH’S COMMENTS: ‘Mel is a leader as a central defender. She reads the game well, tackles hard, is solid in the air, and is a fierce competitor. As a junior, we expect to see her be a bit more composed on the ball and for her composure to positively impact the players around her.”

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KIM AN Sophomore Forward/Midfield 5-3 Oak Ridge, N.J. Jefferson Township

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MILESTONES: First-team Patriot League all-star and Rookie of the Year ... TopDraw soccer.com’s top 100 freshmen... named BigAppleSoccer’s women’s college player of the week in early September ... National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Performance Subaru Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team ... member of Black Knight Classic All-Tournament Team ... league’s preseason Offensive Player of Year for 2011 ... letterwinner. 2010: Starter in all 21 games ... led Army and the Patriot League in goals (nine) and points (21), while tied for the lead in game winners (four) ... nine goals most by an Army freshman since 1995 and most points since 2002 ... headed into the league tournament ranked 81st nationally in goals per game and 139th in points per game ... led Black Knights in shots (55) and shots on goal (28) ... tied for team lead in assists (three) ... league’s Rookie of the Year after claiming weekly honors a conference-high five times ... one of three Army players selected for first-team honors ... broke into the scoring column in 3-0 home debut win over Quinnipiac ... registered five points tallying two goals, to include game winner, and assisting on the other ... recorded game winners in wins over Manhattan, Fairfield and Penn ... scored equalizer rallying Army from a 1-0 deficit in 2-1 overtime win over league rival Bucknell ... header tied the score late in regulation ... named to the TopDraw soccer. com’s top 100 freshmen (picked 94th) list ... listed 135th in final NCAA soccer statistics for goals per game ... one of two Army freshmen named to the Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state selection at Jefferson Township High senior year … team’s leading scorer and assist leader all four years … closed out career with 100 goals … two-time first-team all-league and all-county honors … 2009 “Player of the Year” by Morris County, Daily Record and New Jersey Herald … … competed four years for the New Jersey Olympic Development Program and five-year member with the Player Development Academy (PDA) … led travel teams to three state and region titles along with being national finalists … PDA team ranked No. 2 in the nation … captured the USL national title in 2006 … crowned national ODP champions the following year … chosen MVP at 2009 state finals … earned pair of all-league honors in basketball along with serving as team captain.

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Sophomore Midfield 5-7 Arcadia, Calif. Arcadia/NMMI (USMAPS) MILESTONES: Letterwinner.

2010: Appeared in 20 of 21 games drawing starts in three ... six of nine shots were on goal ... in starting lineup in season-opening road match at Sacred Heart ... first four shots of season were on goal in games against the Pioneers, Central Connecticut State, Manhattan and Vermont ... season-high two shots fired against Fairfield ... also drew starting duty in games at NJIT and Fordham ... registered shot on goal in home win over Navy in annual Star match that was carried on Fox Soccer Channel. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time all-Pacific League selection along with earning conference honors (second team and honorable mention) starring four years on the pitch at Arcadia High ... competed ten years at the club level, leading the Real So Cal team to the National Cup quarterfinals in 2008 after capturing the league title and Surf Cup Championships ... team also participated in the Far West Regionals ... drew time at the national level playing soccer in Costa Rica ... attended New Mexico Military Institute followed by the USMA Prep School where she played soccer on the men’s team ... named the top varsity female athlete at the Prep School. PERSONAL: Given name is Donna Dolores Bennett ... parents’ names are Mary and Mike Bennett ... mother graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles and father received his degree from California State University in Los Angeles ... paternal grandfather, Ted Bennett, served with the 7th Army, 45th Infantry Division during World War II ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Donna has excellent service, she tackles hard, and she can strike from a distance. With a year under her belt, we expect her confidence and composure to grow and for her to consistently impact the game when she is on the field. She can score goals, set up goals, and help us lock things down defensively.”

PERSONAL: Given name is Kimberly Minam An … parents’ names are Narelle and Peter An … vice president of class … member of the National Honor Society and French Honor Society … ranked top 20 in high school class … Army Reserve scholar athlete … New Jersey 2008 physical education student of the year … older sister Savy (24) … cousin, Jacqueline Wong, is a member of the tennis team at Penn … major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Kim is a goal scorer. We are excited to move her up top after spending her freshman fall in the midfield. She will have more freedom up top and less work to get in positions to score goals. As she gets more comfortable with the players around her, I expect to see not only her own goal production increase, but to also see her involved in setting up quite a few goals. We are excited about her potential this fall.” GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points:

CAREER STATISTICS 2 vs. Quinnipiac (9/03/10) 1 Three times, last vs. Colgate (11/05/10) 5 vs. Quinnipiac (9/03/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 21-21 21-21

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

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Gls 9 9

Assts 3 3

Pts 21 21

Gls 0 0

Assts 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 55 55

GWG 4 4

Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 20-3 20-3

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 9 0 9 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 1

Shots GWG 1 0 1 0

Shots GWG 6 0 6 0

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JACLYN KALIK

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2010: Drew lone appearance as a defender in a 3-0 blanking of Vermont that clinched the Black Knight Classic ... the shutout was Army’s sixth straight in a 6-1 start for its best since 1997 ... just the second time the Black Knights captured their own tournament in the six-year history, having won the title the inaugural year (2003). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Troy High ... led team to the league title in 2008 and the CIF Division III championship the following year ... named team MVP as member of the junior varsity squad freshman year ... scholarathlete sophomore, junior and senior years ... played club ball for the Cypress Futbol team for three years, serving twice as captain ... also member of the Beach Futbol Club ... helped team win the Gold championship ... played eight years of club soccer.

Sophomore Defense 5-6 Riverview, Fla. C. Leon King

#13

MILESTONES: One of eight Army players named to the Patriot League academic honor roll last year. 2010: Appeared in two games freshman year drawing reserve duty as a defender against Sacred Heart and Vermont ... Army defeated the Catamounts, 3-0, en route to capturing its own Black Knight Classic in closing out run of six straight shutouts after bowing 1-0 to the Pioneers in the season opener.

PERSONAL: Given name is Stephanie Dawn Gower ... parents’ names are Steve and Aurora Gower ... middle child in family ... two older siblings in Chris (25) and Kevin (23) and two younger ones in Spencer (19) and Brooke (14) ... enjoys reading, going to the beach and bike riding ... major is undeclared.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport stalwart at C. Leon King High … four-year starting defender on varsity soccer team … all-conference selection ... earned rookie of the year, defensive MVP and team MVP honors … served as team captain … lettered three years in track in the long jump and member of 4x100 and 4x400-meter relays … regional finalists in all three … county finalist in the long jump … rookie of the year honors … played five years of travel soccer for Brandon (Florida) Flames … outside defender who led club to three state quarterfinals (2008-10) … served as team captain of Maccabi USA Junior Girls’ team that captured silver medal at the 2009 Maccabiah Games played at the Ramat Gan Stadium in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv District.

COACH’S COMMENTS: “We transitioned Steph to a forward position in the spring, and she brings a new dynamic to the team up there. She has good size and strength, and she is technically proficient, which allows her to hold the ball up top so others can join in the attack. As long as she is fit, Steph will make an impact.”

PERSONAL: Given name is Jaclyn Anne Kalik … parents’ names are Craig and Alejandra Kalik … member of National Honor Society and vice president of the Spanish Honor Society … Marcela Martinez Award recipient … National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar and AP Scholar … also participated in band … brother Michael graduated from West Point in May of 2011 ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Jaclyn is a tremendous competitor and a quality individual defender. She tackles hard, closes attackers quickly, and her athleticism allows her to recover quickly when needed. She worked hard to be cleaner technically throughout the spring, and I am excited to see her compete to be on the field in the fall.”

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CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 1-0 1-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0

Year 2010 Totals

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Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0

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MOLLY Mc McGUIGAN

MARISSA MALTA Sophomore Forward/Defense 5-7 Whitehouse Station, N.J. Hunterdon Central Reg.

#7

2010: Drew action in eight games ... Army posted a 5-2-1 record over that span to include five shutouts along with outscoring opponents 13-3 ... first collegiate action came in 4-0 road win at Central Connecticut in late August ... on the field in both victories when Army captured its own Black Knight Classic in early September following 3-0 decisions over Marist and Vermont ... registered first collegiate shot in 2-1 overtime heartbreaker to Brown ... lone Patriot League appearance came against Lafayette in 0-0 double overtime draw. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Hunterdon Central Regional who drew duty as a midfielder and defender along with seeing time at forward … first-team all-conference and All-Delaware honors in 2009 … served as team captain senior year … led team to Hunterdon/Warren County tournament title in 2006 and 2007 … played club for Reading Travel (1998-03), Parsippany Soccer Club (2003-09) and the Great Fleming Soccer Club (2009-10) … New Jersey State Cup semifinalists in 2006 and 2008 … captured the Super Y Mid-Atlantic Division title in 2008 along with qualifying for the national finals … three-year member of the ODP team and two-time co-captain. PERSONAL: Given name is Marissa Lynn Malta … parents’ names are Bill and Karen Malta … brothers Matt (22) attends Ramapo College, and Chris (25) is a 2008 graduate of Virginia Military Institute, is a Lt Junior Grade in the Navy … father played football at Southern Connecticut and Glassboro State … cousin Danielle Malta (Bryant ’09) was a first team All-American in soccer and an Academic All-American … paternal grandfather, Nick Malta, served in the Air Force … President’s Award winner for outstanding academic achievement … American Legion scholarship winner … ranked in top five percent in U.S. for mathematical ACT scores and in top ten percent for SAT scores … major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Marissa is a very technical player who will provide depth up top as well as at outside back. She is comfortable with the ball at her feet, and as long as she comes in fit, her confidence will grow as will her composure to where she will challenge to play.”

Sophomore Defense 5-8 Boulder, Colo. Fairview

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MILESTONES: Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... just second Black Knight chosen for that honor ... preseason pick to repeat ... named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List for 2011 ... earned pair of weekly league honors (rookie and defensive) in 2010 ... first-team all-league selection and named to the conference all-tournament team ... a Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team member ... named to the Patriot League academic honor roll ... letterwinner. 2010: One of five players to start all 21 games on a defensive unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, save percentage and shutout percentage ... one of two freshmen named a first-team Patriot League all-star ... league’s Defensive Player of the Year - second Black Knight to earn that honor, joining Army’s Hall of Famer Lauren Rowe (2002) ... scored the game winner in 1-0 blanking of Delaware off a 40-yard free kick just over a minute into the second half ... performance earned Army Athletic Associate Athlete of the Week and Patriot League rookie honors ... following week singled out for league defensive honors for performance in blankings of Quinnipiac and Manhattan ... one of three Army players named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... instrumental in the Black Knights’ stifling defense that allowed opponents just six goals in 21 matches, while setting a school-record 16 shutouts ... named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Performance Subaru Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state and four-time first team all-league player as central defender at Fairview High ... garnered first team all-regional honors sophomore, junior and senior years … tabbed first team all-state as a senior and second team selection junior year … led team to Colorado State title as a senior after reaching the semifinals previous year … five-time team MVP who was defensive selection three times (20072009) … served three years as team captain … instrumental in school setting back-toback marks for fewest goals in a season with record six in 2010 ... played travel ball for the Boulder County Force (2007-10) that reached the State Cup semifinals in 2009. PERSONAL: Given name is Molly Katherine McGuigan … parents’ names are Tom Smerdon and Leigh McGuigan … sister Ann (22) is attending the University of Wyoming ... paternal grandfather, Edward Smerdon, served in the Air Force in 1960 … National Merit student … first team academic all-state selection as a senior … major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Molly is an incredibly talented player at the center back position for us. She is athletic, tough defensively, good in the air, and can really do it all. With a year under her belt, we expect her composure to have grown and that you will see everything get a bit sharper for her this year. Molly will have a great year.” GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points

1 0 2

vs. Delaware (8/28/10) vs. Delaware (8/28/10)

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GP-GS 8-0 8-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 2 0 2 0

GP-GS 21-21 21-21

Gls 1 1

Assts 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots GWG 15 1 15 1

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 3 0 3 0

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KALEY MOSHER

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MILESTONES: One of four freshmen among eight Army players named to the Patriot League academic honor roll ... letterwinner. 2010: Appeared in 19 of 21 games, drawing starts in 11 ... saw limited action during the early part of the season due to preseason injuries ... in the starting rotation for first three games of season but forced to the sideline for the next two matches ... drew reserve duty over six-game span before working way back as starter in eight of the final 10 games, including final five ... tallied pair of goals, both times coming off the bench ... first collegiate goal provided Army insurance marker in 3-0 blanking of Vermont capturing the Black Knight Classic ... scored on first shot of the game after stealing the ball from a defender and beating the keeper on a 25-yard strike ... just entered the game prior to the goal ... scored second goal in 2-0 blanking of NJIT on lone shot of the game ... 11 of 21 shots were on goal with seasonhigh three all on starter in season-opener against Sacred Heart. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time first team all-league and all-valley selection at Saugus High … team’s top goal scorer all four years … led Saugus to pair of league titles in 2008 and 2010 along with CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) crown in 2009 … two-time captain … rookie of the year ... team MVP the next three years … 2009 CIF player of the year … all-CIF first team selection senior year … earned a pair of all-area honors junior and senior years … ten-year member of the Valley United club soccer team … three-sport athlete at Saugus who earned a pair of letters specializing as a sprinter on the track team … member of CIF championship team and finalist in the 100-meter dash and 4x100-meter relay team … played volleyball freshman year.

Sophomore Midfield 5-1 Herndon, Va. Herndon (USMAPS)

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2010: Did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letter winner at Herndon High ... served twice as captain ... second team all-district honors senior year after earning honorable mention as a junior ... two-year member of the Northern Virginia Olympic Development Program ... played international ball as member of the state team that traveled to France and Germany in 2006 ... Loudoun Hotshots travel team finished first in the state, sixth in the regional and ninth nationally ... played AAU basketball for the Mustangs, finishing third in the state in 2005 along with participating in the national tournament ... three-sport athlete who played junior varsity basketball freshman year and ran tack in 2006 and 2007. PERSONAL: Given name is Kaley Marie Mosher ... parents’ names are Paul and Alexandra Mosher ... two siblings, sister Brittany and brother Paul, along with a nephew, Caden ... enjoys hanging out with friends and family, going to the beach and relaxing with her pups ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Kaley, who is technically very clean, improved throughout the spring. We still need to get her to play a bit quicker as she makes good decisions. I expect her to challenge to play as long as she comes in fit.“

PERSONAL: Given name is Jamie Lynn Molacek … parents’ names are Cindy and Tom Molacek … older sister Corrianne (21) … grandfather, Jack Spencer, served in the Navy … member of the National Honor Society … named honor scholar junior and senior years while four-time scholar athlete … selected Sammy Award winner … major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Joey is a tremendous player who was unlucky to develop bad shin splints last year, so I am excited that our competition hasn’t seen a healthy Joey. She is a fantastic soccer player. She reads the game well, holds the ball consistently well, solves pressure, distributes well, plus she can score goals. We expect her to make a big impact as an attacking central midfielder this year.” GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points

1 0 2

vs. Vermont (9/12/10); 1 vs. NJIT (9/24/10) vs. Vermont (9/12/10); 1 vs. NJIT (9/24/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS 2010 19-11 T4 21

Gls 2 0

Assts 0

Pts 4

Shots GWG 21 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 6 0 6 0

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RUTHIE ROSENBERGER Sophomore Midfield/Forward 5-8 Lancaster, Pa. Manheim Township (USMAPS)

KATIE WACKER

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MILESTONES: Letterwinner - one of six freshmen to earn a varsity A. 2010: Drew duty in 14 of 21 games with four straight starting appearances ... drew first collegiate starting nod as midfielder in 3-0 blanking of Marist in opening round of the Black Knight Classic ... took two shots, both on goal ... in starting rotation against Vermont, Brown and Fairfield ... Army showed 3-1 mark during a four--game span that including capturing its own tournament for just the second time in its sixyear history ... set up the game winner in 3-0 win over Vermont that clinched the tournament title after beating a defender to a loose ball ... sent it forward to Kelley Robbins who converted for a goal in the 26th minute ... recorded eight shots during the season with three on goal. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner in soccer at Manheim Township High … allleague choice freshman and sophomore seasons as a midfielder, earning first team honors in the latter … served as captain junior and senior years when injury kept her on the sideline … team went undefeated during the regular season senior year and went on to capture league and district titles along with advancing to the state quarterfinals … played travel ball with PA Classics 90 for seven years … dual sport athlete who earned four letters in cross country and three in swimming at Manheim … three-time league all-star in cross country and served as captain senior year… attended USMA Prep School in 2009-10 and ranked No. 1 in Mathematics and PE. PERSONAL: Given name is Ruth Ellyn Rosenberger … parents’ names are Pam and Leo Rosenberger … grandfather (Robert Sherrard) and uncle (Bob Sherrard) attended Virginia Military Institute … sister, Leigh, is a member of the USMA Class of 2012 … enjoys shopping, going to the beach, snowboarding and baking … major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Ruthie is a very good soccer player. She has tremendous size for a central midfielder, and she put in a lot of effort over the spring season to get healthy and fit. As long as she stays healthy, I expect to see Ruthie competing for consistent minutes in the midfield.”

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Sophomore Defense 5-6 Carmel, Ind. Cathedral

MILESTONES: Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week for Sept. 13, 2010 ... letterwinner. 2010: One of seven players to appear in all 21 games ... drew 20 starts ... one of two freshmen in defensive lineup ... starter since the second game of the season ... scored a goal in 3-0 win over Marist on lone shot after capitalizing on loose ball in closing out the scoring ... second Army defender to record a goal ... performance earned Patriot League defensive honors (Sept. 13) as Army claimed three of four weekly honors for Sept. 13 ... one of three Black Knights to earn defensive honors, and second straight week a Black Knight chosen on defense ... played key role helping Army capture Black Knight Classic following pair of shutout wins over Marist and Vermont .. instrumental in Army ranking No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, save percentage and shutout percentage ... helped Black Knights set a pair of school marks for shutouts (16) and fewest goals allowed (six). High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner for Cathedral High ... earned pair of all-state honors, along with being named to all-district team senior year … first team all-state ICGSA and third team ISCA honors ... team’s defensive MVP junior and senior years … two-time Indiana academic selection … led Cathedral to pair of state titles in 2007 and 2009 while reaching the semifinals in 2008 … served as co-captain senior year ... played five years of travel ball for Carmel United Soccer Club … led team to pair of State Cup titles in 2006 and 2007 while finalists in 2005 and 2008. Personal: Given name is Katherine Janice Wacker … parents’ names are Steve and Debbie Wacker … siblings Mimi (34), Jenny (32) and David (21) … father was a sergeant in the Marines, serving eight years ... both grandfathers served as members of the Air Force and the Army, respectively ... uncle Joe Laurinaitis (wrestler) and cousin James Laurinaitis (linebacker for the Saint Louis Rams) are professional athletes … member of the National Honor Society ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Katie did a great job as a freshman starting at outside back for us. For her to continue to keep that role, we expect her to be fit, be sharper with her shape in the back, connect more consistently with her distribution, and really enjoy the game. She is capable of going to another level this year, and we want to see her rise to the occasion.”

GAME HIGHS

GAME HIGHS Goals: Assists: Points

0 1 1

Goals: Assists: Points

vs. Vermont (9/12/10) vs. Vermont (9/12/10)

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vs. Marist (9/10/10) vs. Marist (9/10/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS 2010 14-4 Totals 14-4

Gls 0 0

Assts 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots GWG 8 0 8 0

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS 2010 21-20 Totals 21-20

Gls 1 1

Assts 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots GWG 4 0 4 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 1 0 1 0

POSTSEASON Year GP-GS 2010 2-0 Totals 2-0

Gls 0 0

Assts 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots GWG 0 0 0 0

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#25 EMMA DUGAS

#4 MALLORY HERRON

Freshman Defense 5-6 Noblesville, Ind. Noblesville (USMAPS)

Freshman Midfield/Defense 5-3 Canterbury, Conn. Norwich Free Acad.

Freshman Midfield 5-6 Flower Mound, Texas. Flower Mound (USMAPS)

HIGH SCHOOL: All-state player from Indiana who starred for Noblesville High and with the Dynamo FC ‘92 Red club team ... earned third-team allstate honors in 2009 as a sweeper helping team to the semifinals ... instrumental in team posting 23 shutouts ... two-time all-district and all-county selection earning honors in 2007 and 2008 ... earned a pair of letters in track ... played eight years of club soccer ... Dynamo FC team captured state title in 2009, was runner-up in 2010 along with being crowned MRL champions ... captain of the soccer team at USMAPS ... named biggest contributor and received the Industrial Representatives Association Award for Athletic Excellence. PERSONAL: Given name is Ellen Camille Duckwall ... parents’ names are Brenda and Kent Duckwall ... father played basketball at Franklin College ... heavily involved in student activities in addition to sports during busy high school career ... served twice as class treasurer and was class president junior and senior years ... involved with Special Olympics ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Ellen is a central defender who has all the physical tools to be very good in the Patriot League. She is strong, quick and fast, and her speed enables her to provide quality cover for the other defenders. Ellen is also very vocal, a quality that is tough to find in a young player and one that is essential for a good center back. Traditionally, as a program, we have not given up many goals primarily because of the strength of our defenders. Ellen makes us that much stronger in the back as a steady defender who could give us consistent minutes.”

HIGH SCHOOL: Honed skills as a four-year letterwinner as midfielder/defender at Norwich Free Academy and with the Bruno United club team... served as captain of both squads ... three-time (2008-2010) All-Eastern Connecticut Conference honorable mention selection ... played seven years of club soccer to include Bruno United FC 2009-2011 along with the Northeast United SC ... three-year member of the Rhode Island ODP. PERSONAL: Given name is Emma Rose Dugas ... parents’ names are Eva and Stephen Dugas ... sister Sarah (14) ... cousin, Rebecca Malone, is a member of the Army swim team ... ranked in the top two-percent of high school class ... member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... devoted over 200 hours of community service senior year along with working as an ambassador for Soccer Without Borders ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Prior to a preseason injury that put Emma on the sideline, she was expected to contribute this year. A versatile player, she gives us much-needed depth at the center back position. Although our back line had a great year in 2010, we struggled as a unit when there was injury or one of our starters had to miss a game. Emma is an intelligent and vocal central defender who can step in and keep the level where it needs to be. She is also a capable defensive midfielder – a pivotal position on the field – and will battle for time in that position as well.”

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HIGH SCHOOL: Starred four years at Flower Mound High ... two-time all-district selection ... honorable mention selection freshman year and picked for second-team honors sophomore season ... played nine years of club soccer ... served as team captain the first five years playing for Solar ‘92 ... last year was with Sting Royal ‘92. PERSONAL: Given name is Mallory Houston Herron ... parents’ names are Patricia and Allen Herron ... sister Danielle played three years of soccer for the University of North Texas ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Mallory is the type of player who stands out because she consistently makes the right decisions on the ball, puts herself in a position to be on the ball and is a hard worker. She is a very active and intelligent player who makes the game come through her. Mallory has a positive impact on the game, and we are thrilled to have her in the program.”

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#21 JESSICA KOULABOUTH

#12 ALANA MITCHEM

#18 MADISON OLIVER

Freshman Forward 5-2 Euless, Texas Trinity

Freshman Midfield/Forward 5-3 Anaheim, Calif. Canyon (USMAPS)

Freshman Defense 5-9 Flower Mound, Texas Liberty Christian

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner who starred on the pitch as a forward at Trinity High ... starter since sophomore year ... first-team all-district selection in 2010-11 ... served as team captain senior year ... helped squad to bi-district title in 2007-08 ... played club ball since 2004 ... helped lead the Texas Lightning Girls Black South 93 to the league’s Division III title that year ... played last four years for Sing West Royal ‘93 ... led them to the Division III title in 2008-09. PERSONAL: Given name is Jessica Bouthsady Koulabouth ... parents’ names are Thidavanh and Thomas Koulabouth … godgrandfather, Robert Olson, served in the Army ...member of the National Honor Society and Humanitarian Club ... Texas Scholar and University Interscholastic League award winner ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “As a forward, Jessica takes up positions that help us in terms of both build-up and attack. She is comfortable playing under physical pressure and can execute. Jessica’s attitude is exactly what we are looking for. She has an undying work ethic and truly enjoys the game. We know that our attacking presence will be stronger with her on the field.”

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Canyon High ... three-time first-team all-league and all-CIF selection ... also earned a pair of all-county honors ... league’s offensive MVP junior and senior years and twice selected as team’s offensive MVP ... led squad to three league titles (2008-10) ... Orange County Register’s preseason top 15 seniors to watch along with being chosen a Southern California all-star ... Orange County top 20 and among the varsity top 15 seniors ... member of the Cal South ODP G’92 team ... played club soccer for Wolfpack and led team to the US Club Soccer Regional title and the National Cup semifinals ... two-sport athlete who competed as a sprinter in track ... silver medalist in the 400-meter dash at the Southern California Track & Field Championships. PERSONAL: Given name is Alana Danielle Mitchem ... parents’ names are Emicarla and Gary Mitchem… major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Alana is very athletic and has speed and quickness. She is one of those rare individuals who may actually be quicker with the ball at her feet. Her natural instinct when she receives the ball is to go at a defender one-on-one in making things happen in the attacking third. A team with Alana on it is always more dangerous because she is proficient scoring or assisting on goals. She is a difference-maker, and we know that adding her to our mix of attacking players will elevate us to the next level.”

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time all-state player at Liberty Christian High ... three-time first-team selection after earning honorable mention as a freshman ... led team to state titles in 2009 and 2010 as team captain after finishing runner-up in 2008 ... won three district titles ... four-time all-district selection as well, along with being selected newcomer of the year, defensive MVP and twice co-MVP ..... played club ball since sixth grade, the last few for Sting West ‘93 ...lettered in track, competing in the 300-meter hurdles. PERSONAL: Given name is Madison Riley Oliver ... parents’ names are Denise and Stuart Oliver… member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... volunteered for mission trips with church to Honduras, Guatemala and Ireland ... member of the Key Club and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions). COACH’S COMMENTS: “Madison’s defensive ability, height and desire to attack the ball in the air will reap immediate benefits for us. She will make us stronger defensively and is more of a threat on attacking set pieces. Our program continues to get stronger, and the competition we face continues to become more intense. A solid defense is a must, especially the central defenders. Excelling on set pieces both offensively and defensively is often the difference between winning and losing.”

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#1 KATIE STARR

#11 LARA WILSON

Freshman Goalkeepeer 5-6 Granada Hills, Calif. Granada Hills (USMAPS)

Freshman Goalkeeper 5-8 Brentwood, Texas Brentwood

Freshman Defense/Midfield/Forward 5-6 Santa Maria, Calif. Ernest Righetti

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Granada Hills High ... named to the All-West Valley League first team sophomore year and to the All-City first unit as a senior ... led team to school record for league shutouts along with registering the most saves in goal as serving as team captain during busy senior year ... voted team’s most inspirational player ... attended a tryout and selected to train with the U20 Women’s Mexican National Team in 2009 ... member of the Real So Cal soccer club ... product of the USMA Prep School. PERSONAL: Given name is Linda Isela Rosas ... mother’s name is Sadia Gomez ... father’s name is David Rosas ... Carla Engineering Scholarship Award winner ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “As a goalkeeper, Linda is very talented. She is athletic, has excellent hands, commands the penalty box and isn’t afraid to go up in crowds to punch crosses away. Linda was fortunate in being selected to train with the Mexican Under-20 National Team, but it was her hard work and commitment to excellence which earned her that opportunity. She will definitely contribute immediately to our team’s success and keep the goalkeeper position one of our deepest.”

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a pair of letters competing for Brentwood High ... a state finalist in 2008 ... played goalkeeper for Brentwood Premier ... led team to six state titles (2006-11) and to four Region 3 quarterfinals, reaching the finals in 2008-10 ... member of the 2009 TN State ODP Team and the Region 3 ODP Team. PERSONAL: Given name is Katherine Anne Starr ... parents’ names are Suzanne and Richard Starr ... father served in the Marines and played football at Baylor ... brothers Kyle (15) and Brett (12) ... named to the high honor roll at Brentwood High ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Katie plays with a great deal of confidence and has a strong presence in the net, much like Alex Lostetter (Army’s school record holder for shutouts). She is very athletic and can cover the whole goal, and her experience playing at a high level with the Regional Team will allow her to come in with a presence as a freshman. The best goalkeepers tend to be natural leaders; the position demands it, and Katie is definitely a natural leader. We have no doubt that the goalkeeper position will continue to be one of our deepest on the team.”

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Ernest Righetti High ... three-time first-team all-league and three-time All-Conference Interscholastic Federation pick (twice named to the first unit) ... led squad to first league championship in 2010 after sharing that honor in 2009 ... served as team captain senior year ... three-time team MVP after earning offensive honors freshman year ... league’s co-MVP (Pac-7) in 2010 and a NSCAA All-Region VII (Far West) pick in 2009 ... earned all-league honors as a sprinter in track ... played club since seventh grade ... finalist at the Surf Spring Cup in 2009 ... played for the Camarillo Eagles since 2008 ... team won Far West Regional League title in 2010. PERSONAL: Given name is Lara Rae Wilson ... parents’ names are Mary and Douglas Wilson ... father is a referee in Pac-12 football league ... brother, Alec (14), plays baseball ... four-time scholar-athlete award winner ... senior class treasurer ... Special Olympics volunteer ... major is undeclared. COACH’S COMMENTS: “Lara is very similar to Julia Stallard (2011 team captain) in that she is athletic, smart and very versatile. She is the type of player who could make the team better in several positions, and it is a matter of where she will fit this year with the team. We will look at her primarily as an outside defender; however, she could also fill an attacking role for us if needed. She is composed on the ball, plays very simply and connects well out of the back. Lara is a smart player who is a fierce competitor and she will contribute a lot to our team right away.”

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OVERALL: 14-4-3; PATRIOT LEAGUE: 4-0-3; HOME: 8-2-1; AWAY: 6-2-2; NEUTRAL: 1-0-0

Date 08/20 08/28 08/28 09/03 09/05 09/10 09/12 09/15 09/19 09/24 09/26 10/01 10/03 10/08 10/10 10/16 10/22 10/24 10/29 11/05 11/07

Opponent at Sacred Heart at Central Connecticut State at Delaware QUINNIPIAC MANHATTAN MARIST^ VERMONT^ BROWN at Fairfield at NJIT at Fordham LEHIGH* PENNSYLVANIA NAVY* AMERICAN* at Lafayette* at Bucknell* at Colgate* at Holy Cross* COLGATE+ LEHIGH+

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

Shots A-Opp 8-9 14-3 8-5 16-10 16-8 18-18 26-10 18-16 11-9 9-7 5-9 12-9 12-15 16-10 16-4 7-8 15-5 11-15 10-5 13-12 15-8

Saves A-Opp 3-6 2-8 4-2 3-1 2-5 4-7 3-7 5-8 3-3 3-3 4-2 4-5 2-6 4-2 1-5 6-4 3-6 1-5 3-5 4-5 3-6

Home matches in BOLD CAPS played at Clinton Field ^Black Knight Classic - 1st Place (West Point, N.Y.)

Corners A-Opp. 3-4 9-4 3-4 3-6 3-1 3-1 5-2 4-7 2-1 3-3 3-2 8-3 0-2 5-3 7-0 2-2 4-1 5-3 2-1 3-0 1-3

Goals

Assists

Turnnidge McGuigan An (2), Helbling An Helbling, An, Wacker Robbins, Molacek, An An An Clegg, Molacek -Gordon An Robbins --An, Nguyen -Helbling Turnnidge --

---Erringer, An -Stallard, Helbling, Robbins Rosenberger Rice Rice An -Stallard Gordon, McLaws Rice --Turnnidge (2) --An --

*Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.)

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS Player Kim An Erringer Helbling Carlie Turnnidge Kelley Robbins Joey Molacek Lindsay Gordon Caroline Rice Deanna Clegg Molly McGuigan Katie Wacker Marilinh Nguyen Julia Stallard Ruthie Rosenberger Melissa McLaws Donna Bennett Christine Kaila Marissa Malta Azeezat Olatunde Hailey Gibbons Emily Carl Stephanie Gower Candice Bryan Jaclyn Kalik Totals Opp.

GP-GS 20-20 17-11 20-20 20-20 18-10 18-9 20-15 18-8 20-20 20-19 14-0 20-20 13-4 19-19 20-3 8-1 8-0 2-0 7-0 1-0 1-0 6-1 2-0 20 20

G 9 3 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 7

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A 3 1 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 7

PTS 21 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61 19

GW 4 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 4

SHOTS 55 27 17 31 21 15 29 15 14 4 4 13 8 8 9 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 275 194

Player Alex Lostetter Monica Lee Team ARMY OPPONENT

GP-GS MIN 15-15 1422:16 6-6 549:45 0:00 21 1972:01 21 1972:01

GA SV 4 47 2 20 0 3 6 68 23 100

GAA 0.25 0.33 1.00 0.27 1.05

SHO 11 5 2 16 6

W-L-T 9-3-3 5-1-0 0-0-0 14-4-3 4-14-3

TEAM STATISTICS Goals By Period ARMY OPPONENT

1ST 7 2

2ND 13 3

OT1 3 1

OT2 0 0

TOTAL 23 6

2ND 40 27

OT1 0 4

OT2 4 0

TOTAL 78 54

1ST 81 85

2ND 91 112

OT1 6 5

OT2 4 3

TOTAL 182 205

1ST 34 23

2ND 40 27

OT1 0 4

OT2 4 0

TOTAL 78 54

Corner Kicks By Period 1ST ARMY 34 OPPONENT 23 Fouls By Period ARMY OPPONENT Shots By Period ARMY OPPONENT

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FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Army fired all five of its secondhalf shots over the final 18 minutes of play, but it was not enough against Sacred Heart as the host Pioneers used an early goal in the second half off a corner kick by Samantha Kee to claim a 1-0 victory in the season debut for both teams. The Black Knights and Sacred Heart each had three shots on goal in the first half, but neither team could penetrate strong goaltending. Alex Lostetter was tested early in the game on a pair of headers over a span of 3:42. Two of Army’s three shots on goal in the first half were by freshmen with Joey Molacek testing Meghan Reichelt eight minutes into the game followed by classmate Donna Bennett and junior Christine Kaila. 1 0 0

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NEW BRITAIN, Conn. – Senior Carlie Turnnidge’s goal off a corner kick with 36 seconds remaining lifted Army to a 1-0 win and ruined host Central Connecticut State’s season debut. The Black Knights dominated play throughout, outshooting the Blue Devils 14-3, along with holding a 9-4 corner kick advantage. Army held a 7-1 shot advantage and led 5-1 in corner kicks following a scoreless first half, and the second half appeared to be following the same script with the Black Knights dominating play but coming up empty. Army earned four corner kicks over the final 15 minutes of play with Turnnidge ripping two over a span of 35 seconds in the final 1:14 of the game. The senior midfielder capitalized at the 89:24 mark when keeper Nikola Deiter bobbled the corner kick and it went across the line into the net.

Scoring Summary: 89:24 Army

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Shots: Army 14, CCSU 3 Corner Kicks: Army 9, CCSU 4 Saves: Army 2, CCSU 8 ARMY 1 DELAWARE 0 Delaware Mini Stadium (Saturday, Aug. 28) NEWARK, Del.

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Kim An led Army in scoring in 2010 with 21 points.

McGuigan (unassisted)

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Shots: Army 8, Delaware 5 Corner Kicks: Army 3, Delaware 4 Saves: Army 4, Delaware 2

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Shots: Army 8, Sacred Heart 9 Corner Kicks: Army 3, Sacred Heart 4 Saves: Army 3, Sacred Heart 6

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notched the lone goal of the game just over a minute into the second half, and the Black Knights made that stand in a 1-0 blanking of host Delaware in the firstever meeting between the two teams. It is the third straight game that the Black Knights battled to a scoreless first half, while McGuigan’s first collegiate goal is Army’s fastest of the season. The freshman defender lofted a free kick from 40 yards in beating the keeper in the 46th minute. After trading two shots with Delaware in the first half, the Black Knights booted four straight shots to start off the second half with the first by McGuigan finding its way into the net for all the scoring needed. In goal, Alex Lostetter, posted her first shutout of the season and career 21st.

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WEST POINT, N.Y. - Freshman Kim An scored a pair of goals along with an assist leading Army to a 3-0 win over Quinnipiac in the Black Knights’ home debut and the Bobcats’ season opener. The win is the third straight blanking for the Black Knights, who have registered 303 minutes without allowing a goal, while outpointing their opponents 5-1. An tallied her first collegiate goal, which proved to be the game winner, after forcing a Quinnipiac turnover and firing a shot from the top of the box the keeper was unable to handle at 16:45. It was the first of three Army goals scored over a span of 7:51 in the first 24 minutes of action. Less than five minutes later, An booted a long pass to Errin Helbling, who beat the keeper one-on-one. An closed out the scoring when she struck for her second tally off a free kick just outside of the box. Score by Half QUINNIPIAC ARMY Scoring Summary: 16:45 Army 21:21 Army 24:36 Army

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An (unassisted) Helbling (An) An (unassisted)

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WEST POINT, N.Y. - Freshman Kim An notched her second straight game winner over the weekend when she capitalized on a loose ball in the 59th

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minute to lead Army to a 1-0 win over Manhattan. The Black Knights have registered 393 minutes of action without allowing a goal following their fourth straight shutout. Army outshot the Jaspers 7-3 in the first half with its shots on goal by Errin Helbling and Kelley Robbins coming in the first 6:38 of the game. The game’s lone goal, keyed by Dee Clegg’s corner goal, came in the second half. The ball went in, came back out and bounced around. It hit An, standing by the near post, in the chest and she volleyed it in at the 59:09 mark. Score by Half MANHATTAN ARMY Scoring Summary: 59:09 Army

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An (unassisted)

Shots: Man 8, Army 16 Corner Kicks: Man 1, Army 3 Saves: Man 5, Army 2 MARIST ARMY

0 3 Black Knight Classic Clinton Field (Friday, Sept. 10)

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Junior forward Errin Helbling tallied a goal and assist, and goalkeeper Monica Lee pulled up with all four saves in the second half to lead Army to a 3-0 defeat of Marist in the nightcap of the Black Knight Classic. Army stretched its shutout streak to five straight for its best start since 2005. The last time Army strung together five shutouts at the start of the season was in 1993. Helbling tallied when she converted a pass from Julia Stallard from eight yards out at the 32nd minute mark. Freshmen Kim An and Katie Wacker added a pair of insurance goals in the second half. Score by Half MARIST ARMY Scoring Summary: 32:02 Army 48:58 Army 83:12 Army

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2 0 2

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VERMONT ARMY

BROWN ARMY Clinton Field (Wednesday, Sept. 15) 0 3

Black Knight Classic Clinton Field (Sunday, Sept. 12) WEST POINT, N.Y. - Senior Kelley Robbins and freshmen Joey Molacek and Kim An each tallied a goal as Army posted its sixth straight shutout in a 3-0 win over Vermont to capture the Black Knight Classic. Errin Helbling was named the tournament MVP. Freshman Ruthie Rosenberger set up the first goal of the game after beating a defender to a loose ball and sending it across to Robbins, who finished if off in the 26th minute. Just over a minute later, Molacek added an insurance goal on a 25-yard shot. An finished off a ball that bounced in front of her in the 57th minute to close out the scoring. Alex Lostetter made a spectacular save in the 74th minute when she leaped high in the air and batted away a shot in preserving the shutout. Score by Half 1 2 Final VERMONT 0 0 0 ARMY 2 1 3 Scoring Summary: 26:18 Army 27:36 Army 56:55 Army

Robbins (Rosenberger) Molacek (unassisted) An (unassisted)

Shots: Vermont 10, Army 26 Corner Kicks: Vermont 2, Army 5 Saves: Vermont 7, Army 3

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WEST POINT, N.Y. – Brown rallied from a 1-0 deficit, tying the game with 52 seconds left in regulation, then winning it on Louisa Pitney’s tally with 15 seconds remaining in sudden death overtime to defeat Army, 2-1, in a Mid-Atlantic Region game. The loss snapped the Black Knights’ six-game shutout streak. Army freshman Kim An, ranked 50th in goals per game in the first NCAA poll of the season, opened the scoring in the 53rd minute after beating the keeper one-on-one. Prior to the equalizer at the end of regulation, Brown had a goal off a corner kick by Allison Mullin disallowed by a goalie interference call in the 80th minute. With the seconds clicking down, Brown’s Carly Ruiz tied the game at 89:08 when she capitalized off a corner kick to force OT. Army came up empty on an open net shot five minutes into the extra period following a loose ball. Pitney, who assisted on the tying goal, converted a pass for the game winner. Score by Half BROWN ARMY

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2 1 1

OT 1 0

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Scoring Summary: 53:12 Army 89:08 Brown 99:45 Brown

An (Rice) Ruiz (Pitney) Pitney (unassisted)

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FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Freshman Kim An tallied her team-leading seventh goal of the season, and senior keeper Alex Lostetter made a diving save late in the game to preserve Army’s 1-0 win over host Fairfield for its seventh shutout in the last eight games. The Black Knights and Stags battled to a scoreless first half deadlock with Army getting off five shots, two on goal, to Fairfield’s one . The Stags outshot the Black Knights in the second half, but the first of Army’s two shots on goal found its way into the back of the net for all the scoring needed. Carolina Rice won the ball on the near side after beating a defender, then slid it across to An, who got past a defender and beat the keeper with a 14-yard shot at the 57:08 mark. Score by Half ARMY FAIRFIELD Scoring Summary: 57:08 Army

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2 0 Lubetkin Field (Friday, Sept. 24)

NEWARK, N.J. - Junior Dee Clegg and freshman Joey Molacek tallied second half goals just five minutes apart to lead Army to a 2-0 blanking of New Jersey Institute of Technology. The shutout is the team’s eighth in the last nine games. Army took control of the game in the second half and capitalized when NJIT was whistled for a foul just outside the box from the end line. Clegg connected on a left footed free kick in the 69th minute. Molacek added the insurance goal in the 74th minute after burying the rebound in the net off Kim An’s shot Score by Half ARMY NJIT

1 0 0

2 2 0

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Scoring Summary: 68:47 Army 73:47 Army

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Shots: Army 9, NJIT 7 Corner Kicks: Army 3, NJIT 3 Saves: Army 3, NJIT 3

ARMY 0 FORDHAM 1 Jack Coffey Field (Sunday, Sept. 26)

Shots: Brown 16, Army 18 Corner Kicks: Brown 7, Army 4 Saves: Brown 8, Army 5

ARMY FAIRFIELD Lessing Field (Sunday, Sept. 19)

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BRONX, N.Y. - Fordham made an early goal stand in its 1-0 defeat of visiting Army in a non-conference match. It is just the second time in 11 matches this season that the Black Knights have been held scoreless. The Black Knights, who did not get off a shot in the first half, took all five over the final 18 minutes of play with Ram keeper Rachel Sutherland denying Army the equalizer when she rejected shots by Caroline Rice in the 72nd minute and Christine Kaila with just over three minutes remaining. Score by Half ARMY FORDHAM

1 0 1

2 0 0

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Scoring Summary: 8:27 Ford

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Shots: Army 5, Fordham 9 Corner Kicks: Army 3, Fordham 2 Saves: Army 4, Fordham 2

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0 (OT) 1 Clinton Field (Friday, Oct. 1)

An (Rice)

Shots: Army 11, Fairfield 9 Corner Kicks: Army 2, Fairfield 1 Saves: Army 3, Fairfield 3

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Junior Lindsay Gordon came off the bench and scored six minutes into the sudden death overtime to lift Army to a 1-0 victory over Lehigh in the Patriot League debut for both teams.

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1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 1

Scoring Summary: 95:57 Army

Gordon (Stallard)

Final 0 1

Shots: Lehigh 9, Army 12 Corner Kicks: Lehigh 3, Army 8 Saves: Lehigh 5, Army 4

PENNSYLVANIA ARMY Clinton Field (Sunday, Oct. 3)

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WEST POINT, N.Y. . - Posting its tenth shutout win of the season, Army made Kim An’s first half goal stand in its 1-0 blanking of the University of Pennsylvania in a non-league game for its second straight win and fourth in the last five games. Army controlled the tempo of the game in the first half as it led 7-4 in shots with An taking all four shots on goal. The Black Knights got on the scoreboard in the 25th minute when freshman Melissa McLaws passed the ball forward to Lindsay Gordon who crossed it to An in the box. An’s header hit the crossbar and dropped just in front of her into the goal, but to make certain she booted it deeper into the net for her team leading eighth goal of the season. Penn applied the pressure in the second half, outshooting the Black Knights, 124, but the Quakers had limited scoring opportunities with Monica Lee rejecting both shots on goal within a span of five minutes.

Scoring Summary: 24:45 Army

1 0 1

2 0 0

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0 1 Clinton Field (Friday, Oct. 8)

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Senior midfielder Kelley Robbins buried a pass from Caroline Rice into Navy’s net in the 67th minute and Army made that stand as the Black Knights defeated the Midshipmen, 1-0, in the Star Match for their first Patriot League regular-season win over their counterparts since 2005 and first decision at home since 2004. The teams battled to a scoreless first half deadlock with host Army holding an 8-3 shot advantage. Senior goalkeeper Alex Lostetter, who made three saves in recording her 26th shutout, nixed Navy’s most dangerous attempt on a sliding stop in the first half. Just over 17 minutes into the game, Robbins took a pass from Kim An and booted it into the Navy goal, but it was nullified by an offsides call. Two minutes later a close shot by Carlie Turnnidge was high, then in the 31st minte, freshman Donna Bennett’s long shot heading toward the near left post was snagged by the keeper. Army took three shots over a one-minute span midway through the second half with Robbins drilling a 16-yard game winner at the 66:46 mark on a match carried on FOX Soccer Channel (on tape delay) in the Black Knights’ first national TV game in women’s soccer history. Score by Half NAVY ARMY

1 0 0

2 0 1

Final 0 1

Scoring Summary: 66:46 Army Robbins (Rice) Shots: Navy 10, Army 16 Corner Kicks: Navy 3, Army 5 Saves: Navy 2, Army 4

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AMERICAN 0 (2OT) ARMY 0 Clinton Field (Sunday, Oct. 10) WEST POINT, N.Y. - Army had the upper hand in shots, but American keeper Lindsey Farthing made a key save on a 35-yard shot by Julia Stallard in the final seconds of double overtime as the two teams settled for a 0-0 draw on Senior Day. The tie was the first of the season for both the Black Knights and Eagles, and fifth in the series in the last seven games. The blanking was Army’s 12th as the Black Knights closed to within one of the school mark of 13 shutouts set in 1993. Army, tied with Lehigh for first place in the Patriot League standings, took over sole possession after the Bison fell to Lehigh, 2-1. The Black Knights outshot American 16-4 and led 7-0 in corner kicks, but could not get one past Farthing, who made two of her five saves in the second overtime after pulling up with three in regulation. Score by Half AMERICAN ARMY

Shots: Penn 15, Army 12 Corner Kicks: Penn 2, Army 0 Saves: Penn 6, Army 2

2 0 0

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OT 0 0

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Shots: American 4, Army 16 Corner Kicks: American 0, Army 7 Saves: American 5, Army 1

ARMY 0 (2OT) LAFAYETTE 0 Oaks Stadium (Saturday, Oct. 16) EASTON, Pa. - The Patriot League’s top two defensive teams, Army and Lafayette, battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie with Alex Lostetter recording six saves for the Black Knights and the Leopards’ keeper turning aside four shots. The shutout is Army’s 13th of the season, tying the school mark first set in 1993, and fourth in league play. The Black Knights had seven shots to Lafayette’s eight with the Leopards outshooting their guest, 4-2, in the first half and Army holding the same advantage in the second. Junior Lindsay Gordon and freshman Kim An each had three shots with two on goal in leading the Black Knights’ attack. Army did not have a shot on goal in overtime, while both Lafayette’s shots were on goal, one in each period, with Lostetter rejecting both attempts to boost her school career shutout record to 28. The overtime draw, the second straight in league action, knocked the Black Knights out of first place and into third in the standings. Score by Half ARMY LAFAYETTE

An (Gordon, McLaws)

1 0 0

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 0

OT 0 0

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Shots: Army 7, Lafayette 8 Corner Kicks: Army 2, Lafayette 2 Saves: Army 6, Lafayette 4

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With just four minutes left to play in the first overtime, Gordon, who was just inside the box, received a cross from Julia Stallard that she converted with a shot into the back of the net. The Black Knights took control of the momentum in the first half, taking six shots while not allowing the Mountain Hawks to get one off, along with a 6-0 corner kick advantage. Lehigh outshot the Black Knights 9-4 in the second half, but the momentum was back on Army’s side in the overtime with its second shot by Gordon finding its way into the net. It was Army’s 14th season-opening league win, its ninth shutout of the season and first victory over the Mountain Hawks since 2005.

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LEWISBURG, Pa. - Freshman Kim An’s header in the 86th minute tied the game 1-1, and sophomore Marilinh Nguyen’s goal six minutes into overtime lifted Army to a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Bucknell in a Patriot League match. The Black Knights took back first place in the conference standings after Lehigh and Bucknell dropped out of a two-way tie for the lead following a tie and loss. Army trailed 1-0 at the halftime break after Bucknell scored in the 39th minute. The Black Knights again held the upper hand in shots in the second half (5-2) before capitalizing late in the game following a free kick that Bucknell headed away. Carlie Turnnidge reached a loose ball and sent a cross into the six-yard box that An finished off with a diving header for the equalizer. Turnnidge, who assisted on both Army goals, keyed the game winner when she lobbed a high cross into the box. Bucknell’s keeper was under it, but misjudged it and dropped the ball. Nguyen quickly capitalized, tapping the loose ball from six yards out into the net. Score by Half ARMY BUCKNELL

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Scoring Summary: 38:52 Bucknell Doherty, McDermott 85:05 Army An (Turnnidge) 95:05 Army Nguyen (Turnnidge) Shots: Army 15, Bucknell 5 Corner Kicks: Army 4, Bucknell 1 Saves: Army 3, Bucknell 6

Shots: Army 11, Colgate 15 Corner Kicks: Army 5, Colgate 3 Saves: Army 1, Colgate 5 ARMY 1 HOLY CROSS 0 Linda Johnson Smith Stadium (Saturday, Oct. 29) WORCESTER, Mass. - Forward Errin Helbling was attempting to cross the ball in the waning seconds of play when instead it went off the side of her foot and over the goalkeeper’s head with just 25 seconds left on the clock as Army’s 1-0 win over Holy Cross clinched top seed and host of the Patriot League Tournament. Helbling’s goal led head coach Stefanie Golan to her first regular-season title. Army had seven shots (five on goal) to Holy Cross’ three in the second half, and three of the Black Knights’ first five attempts were on goal with another, a shot by Kelley Robbins, hitting the post. Helbling’s first shot of the game was on goal and rejected in the 73rd minute, followed by both of Army’s corner kicks prior to her winning tally. Score by Half ARMY HOLY CROSS

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0 (OT) 1 Clinton Field (Friday, Nov. 5)

ARMY 0 (2OT) COLGATE 0 Van Doren Field (Sunday, Oct. 24) HAMILTON, N.Y. - Army clinched a berth to the Patriot League Tournament after battling Colgate to a 0-0 double overtime draw to share the lead with Bucknell. The Black Knights clinched their first tournament berth since 2008 and 16th overall. Army can claim the regular-season title and tournament top seed with a win over Holy Cross as it owns the tie-breaker with Bucknell. The shutout was Army’s school-record 14th of the season, breaking the former mark of 13 set in 1993 when the Black Knights posted an Academy record 20-1-1 mark. Colgate outshot Army 13-11, but the Black Knights had the upper hand in shots on goal with five to just one by the Raiders, along with holding a 5-3 corner kick advantage. Army outshot the Raiders 6-5 in the second half and Colgate held a 4-2 shot advantage in the first overtime. The Raiders went into the second OT on a man-up advantage after an Army defender was issued her second yellow card. Score by Half AMERICAN ARMY

1 0 0

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WEST POINT, N.Y. - Senior Carlie Turnnidge sent top seed Army into the Patriot League championship game for the ninth time when she snapped a scoreless tie with a 25-yard shot just 1:14 into sudden-death overtime Friday evening in a 1-0 defeat of No. 4 Colgate. Goalkeeper Alex Lostetter made four saves to record her 31st shutout in tying the league’s all-time mark. The Black Knights held an 8-4 shot advantage in the first half with Raider Ashley Walsh making three saves and Lostetter turning back a pair. Colgate held the upper hand in shots in the second half by an 8-3 margin with two on goal. Eight minutes into the second half, Colgate came up short on Anna Baldwin’s header that went wide, while Lostetter pulled up with a stellar save in the 72nd minute on a 10-yard shot by Jillian Kinter. Late in the game, Baldwin ripped a 30-yard shot to the left corner that Lostetter rejected in Colgate’s last attempt of the game. Turnnidge took Army’s second shot of the overtime just 44 seconds after Errin Helbling’s 25-yard attempt was snagged by Walsh. Turnnidge scored off a feed from Kim An when she drilled a shot into the net at the 91:14 mark to send Army into the championship finals for the third time in the four times it has hosted this event

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2 0 0

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1 0 Clinton Field (Sunday, Nov. 7)

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Lehigh’s Liz Carlos’ goal in the 76th minute snapped a scoreless tie and lifted the third-seeded Mountain Hawks to a 1-0 win over topseeded Army to capture the Patriot League Tournament title and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Seniors Carlie Turnnidge and Alex Lostetter, along with freshman Molly McGuigan, were named to the all-tournament team. The loss snapped Army’s nine-game unbeaten streak as the Black Knights yielded just their sixth goal in 21 games. Army’s 14 wins were its highest since compiling 16 in 1997. Lostetter closed out her career as Army’s shutout leader and tied on the league’s all-time chart with 31. Among the three saves she recorded three saves in the loss, was a spectacular stop in the 68th minute rejecting a shot headed toward the left corner of the goal. Fifteen minutes earlier, Army forward Errin Helbling had the goalkeeper beat when she took a 20-yard toward the right corner of the net, but instead of curling in, the ball hit the post and bounced harmlessly away. Score by Half LEHIGH ARMY

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Scoring Summary: 75:32 Lehigh

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American’s Christine Fingerhuth was named a first-team All-America selection in field hockey and also received an NCAA Woman of the Year nomination from the Patriot League.

Colgate’s Nate Eachus finished sixth in the voting for the Walter Payton Award, given to the Most Outstanding Player in the Football Championship Subdivision.

Lehigh’s Will Rackley became the highest-ever NFL Draft selection out of the Patriot League when he was picked in the third round by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Lehigh became the first Patriot League team since 2003 to win a game in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision playoffs when it won at Northern Iowa, 14-7, in the first round. The Mountain Hawks finished at No. 14 in each of the major FCS rankings, matching the highest for a Patriot League team since 2003.

Army’s Jeremy Boltus was one of five finalists for the Tewaarton Trophy, given to the top men’s lacrosse player.

Bucknell and Colgate each finished in the top 15 of the final Nike/Inside Lacrosse poll, with the Bison at No. 9 and the Raiders coming in at No. 14.

The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society.

Lehigh’s Lauren Dykstra capped an amazing career as a women’s lacrosse All-American and MVP of the IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star Game, as well as the Patriot League Female Sportsmanship Award winner.

During the 2010-11 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following:

Sophomores C.J. McCollum (Lehigh) and Mike Muscala (Bucknell) each received postseason All-America recognition following strong men’s basketball seasons.

Three Patriot Leaguers competed at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, with Bucknell’s Ted Heitzman and Army’s Domonick Sylve giving the League a pair of All-America recipients for the first time since 2003.

The Navy trio of Olaf Olson, Mark Meyer and Justin Vagts all competed at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship.

Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 82 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports.

Academic All-America recognition for the second year in a row and a nomination from the Patriot League for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.

Patriot League schools came in with glowing marks in the latest release of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate, as 97 percent of Patriot League teams came in at or above the national Division I four-year average score of 970. Bucknell claimed the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the 17th time overall and sixth consecutive season. The Bison also won their eighth male trophy and 17th female award, sweeping the honors for the second straight year and seventh time overall.

Six different schools claimed multiple Patriot League titles, led by Navy with seven and Bucknell with six. Lehigh and Army each won three championships while Colgate and American claimed a pair.

A Patriot League record four runners went to the NCAA Cross Country Championships, with Colgate’s Elise DeRoo earning a top-100 finish in the women’s race.

Bucknell’s Travis Nissley was named a finalist for the Campbell Trophy and earned an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation.

Four Patriot League baseball players were selected in the MLB First-Year Player Draft, including Holy Cross pitcher John Pedrotty in the 13th round.

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Navy tennis standout Nick Birger was part of a select group of studentathletes to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship from the NCAA.

Army’s Ben Koenigsfeld was named a semifinalist for the Olerud Award as the collegiate baseball Two-Way Player of the Year in addition to a long list of athletic and academic accomplishments.

11 student-athletes have been named Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans, including: Erin Anthony, Army (Women’s Basketball); Nathan Hedgecock, Army (Men’s Basketball); Travis Nissley, Bucknell (Football); Sam Miller and Alex Foskett, Navy (Men’s Soccer); Ben Koenigsfeld, Army (Baseball); Jay Laing, Army and Jonathan Stumpf, Lehigh (Men’s Lacrosse); Nick Birger, Navy (Men’s Tennis); Alyssa DeLorenz, Bucknell (Women’s Lacrosse) and Cody Rome, Navy (Men’s Track and Field)

Ten Patriot Leaguers, including nine from Lehigh, were named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars as student-athletes of color who exemplify high standards in academics, athletics, and service to the community.

55 Patriot League student-athletes have earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, with 39 on the first team.

Candidates for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award included: Erin Anthony, Army (Women’s Basketball); Stefan Bauer, Lafayette (Men’s Lacrosse); Jonathan Stumpf, Lehigh (Men’s Lacrosse); Rob Keefer, Lehigh (Men’s Basketball); Andrew Keister, Holy Cross (Men’s Basketball); Erica Prosser, Lehigh (Women’s Basketball); Ben Koenigsfeld, Army (Baseball); Friederike Engel, American (Women’s Soccer); Jessie Snyder, Bucknell (Softball)

Army’s Erin Anthony concluded an outstanding career with First-Team

ARMY’S 2010-11 PATRIOT LEAGUE SUCCESS Three Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... 19 Patriot League AllAcademic selections ... Four Rookies ... 11 Players of the Year/Meet ... Four Coaches of the Year ... Three Patriot League Championship Teams ... Four Patriot League Regular Season Champions.

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports.

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TEAM STATS

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Team W L T Army 4 0 3 Lehigh* 4 1 2 Bucknell 5 2 0 American 2 2 3 Colgate 3 3 1 Navy 2 3 2 Lafayette 0 3 4 Holy Cross 0 6 1 *Patriot League Tournament champion

Pct. .786 .714 .714 .500 .500 .429 .286 .071

GF 5 11 12 7 7 6 3 2

GA 1 5 7 9 8 6 6 11

W 14 11 7 6 6 9 6 3

L 4 5 13 10 12 8 8 12

T 3 4 0 3 1 3 4 2

Pct. .738 .650 .350 .395 .342 .525 .444 .235

GF 23 35 20 15 17 36 13 15

GA 6 21 35 33 32 25 16 32

2010 PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT Semifinals No. 1 Army 1, No. 4 Colgate 0 (OT) No. 3 Lehigh 1, No. 2 Bucknell 0 Championship No. 3 Lehigh 1, No. 1 Army 0

Goals Navy Lehigh ARMY Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross American Lafayette

GP 20 20 21 20 19 17 19 18

No. 36 35 23 20 17 15 15 13

Avg. 1.80 1.75 1.10 1.00 0.89 0.88 0.79 0.72

Points Navy Lehigh ARMY Bucknell Colgate American Holy Cross Lafayette

GP 20 20 21 20 19 19 17 18

No. 107 96 61 56 47 43 38 38

Avg. 5.35 4.80 2.90 2.80 2.47 2.26 2.24 2.11

2010 NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (Charlottesville, Va.): No. 8 Virginia 3, Lehigh 0

2010 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring (Points Per Game) Shelby Stand (Holy Cross) Kim An (Army) Carlissa Youker (Navy) christa Matlack (Bucknell) Liz Carlos (Lehigh) Ashlyn Soeliner (Navy) Flynn Fitzer (Lehigh) Alyssa Manooglian (Colgate) Jill Dozier (Lafayette) Natalie Hojnacki (Lehigh)

GP 13 21 19 20 19 20 20 19 18 20

Goals (Per Game) Shelby Stand (Holy Cross) Kim An (Army) Liz Carlos (Lehigh) Christa Matlack (Bucknell) Jill Dozier (Lafayette) Carissa Youker (Navy) Jillian Kinter (Colgate) Ashlynn Soeliner (Navy) Natalie Hojnacki (Lehigh) Alyssa Manoogian (Colgate) Caitlin Holtz (Bucknell) Goalkeeping Alex Lostetter (Army) Lauren Smedley (Lafayette) Lauren Mains (Lehigh) Hannah Legler (Navy) Lindsey Farthing (American) Sandita McDermott (Bucknell) Mary Ferketic (Holy Cross) Ashley Walsh (Colgate)

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Gls 6 9 6 7 7 6 4 4 6 5 GP 13 21 19 20 18 19 19 20 20 19 19

GP 15 18 18 18 13 19 10 11

Min. 1422:1 1731:0 1713:3 1713:3 1102:2 1569:3 806:35 1010:3

GA 4 16 19 14 16 29 15 22

Assts 4 3 6 3 2 3 6 5 0 3

Pts 16 21 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 13

Goals 6 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 4 4 GAA 0.25 0.83 1.00 1.10 1.31 1.66 1.67 1.96

Avg. 1.23 1.00 0.95 0.85 0.84 0.75 0.70 0.68 0.67 0.65 Avg. 0.46 0.43 0.37 0.35 0.33 0.32 0.32 0.30 0.25 0.21 0.21

Saves 47 113 77 42 52 104 36 72

SH 11 8 4 1 3 3 1

Game Winning Goals Ashlynn Soeliner (Navy) Kim An (Army) Brooke Sheppard (American) alyssa Manoogian (Colgate) Natalie Hojnacki (Lehigh)

GP 20 21 19 19 20

Assts 4 4 3 3 3

Avg. 0.20 0.19 0.16 0.16 0.15

Assists (Per Game) Carissa Youker (Navy) Glynn Fitzer (Lehigh) Alyssa Manoogian (Colgate) Genna Pepe (Lehigh) Kate Herren (Navy) Murphee Greeley (Lehigh) Shelby Stand (Holy Cross) Kellann Doherty (Bucknell) Maddie Malone (Colgate) Caitlin Holtz (Bucknell) Jasmine Mohandesi (American) Caitlin Holty (Bucknell) Jasmine Mohandesi (American) Brooke Sheppard (American) Natalie Hojnacki (Lehigh) Ashlyn Soellner (Navy) Katelyn George (Navy) Christa Matlack (Bucknell) Kim An (Army) Caroline Rice (Army)

GP 19 20 19 20 20 11 13 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 21 21

Assts 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Avg. 0.32 0.30 0.26 0.25 0.25 0.36 0.31 0.21 0.21 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.14 0.14

Shots (Per Game) Shelby Stand (Holy Cross) Liz Carlos (Lehigh) Kim An (Army) Jillian Kinter (Colgate) Christa Matlack (Bucknell) Alyassa Manooglan (Colgate) Glynn Fitzer (Lehigh) Caitlin Holtz (Bucknell) Kendra Jones (American) Ashlynn Soellner (Navy)

GP 13 19 21 19 20 19 20 19 19 20

No. 64 59 55 45 45 40 39 35 33 34

Avg. 4.92 3.11 2.62 2.37 2.25 2.11 1.95 1.84 1.74 1.70

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ARMY’S ALL-LEAGUE PERFORMERS (BY YEAR) 1990

1991 Selina DeViney (M) Tosie LeGrand (A) Deneil LoGiudice (A) Lisa Pais (D) Tara Williams (M) Kristine Beardsley (Scholar-Athlete of the Year) Selina DeViney (M) Tosie LeGrand (F) Gretchen Meier (D) Tara Williams (M)

1992

1993 Gretchen Meier (D) ...................................1st team Tara Williams (M) ......................................1st team Alexis Albano (F) ..................................... 2nd team Andrea French (M) ................................. 2nd team Tosie LeGrand (M) .................................. 2nd team Melinda Rowan (D) ................................. 2nd team Deidre Spence (D) .................................. 2nd team 1994 Gretchen Meier (D) ...................................1st team Holly Pedley (F) .........................................1st team Kate Pendry (M) .......................................1st team Alexis Albano (F) ..................................... 2nd team Melinda Rowan (D) ................................. 2nd team 1995 Alexis Albano (F) .......................................1st team Holly Pedley (M) ........................................1st team Kate Pendry (D) .......................................1st team Emily Harrington (F) ................................2nd team 1996 Holly Pedley (M) ........................................1st team Kerry Loughman (M) .............................. 2nd team Shannon Stein (D) ...................................2nd team

1997 Kerry Loughman (M) ................................1st team Holly Pedley (F) .........................................1st team Shannon Stein (D) ....................................1st team Jen Gibson (M) ....................................... 2nd team Sally Harrington (F) ................................ 2nd team Mary Kidd (G) ......................................... 2nd team Liz Vallette (D) ......................................... 2nd team Holly Pedley (Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year) 1998 Shannon Stein (D) ....................................1st team Jen Gibson (M) ....................................... 2nd team Liz Vallette (D) ..........................................2nd team 1999 Kerry Loughman (M) ................................1st team Abby Rollman (F) ......................................1st team Shannon Stein (D) ....................................1st team Ashley Greaves (D) ................................. 2nd team Kelly Schachtler (M) ............................... 2nd team 2000 Ashley Greaves (D) ................................. 2nd team Emily Nay (M) .......................................... 2nd team Lauren Rowe (F) ..................................... 2nd team 2001 Lauren Rowe (D) .......................................1st team Randee Farrell (F) .................................. 2nd team 2002 Delaney Brown (F) ....................................1st team Leigh Kosco (F) .........................................1st team Kelly Schachtler (M) .................................1st team Lauren Rowe (D) .......................................1st team Michelle Veach (D) ................................. 2nd team Lauren Rowe (Scholar-Athlete of the Year)

2004 Delaney Brown (M) ..................................1st team Ashley Emerson (M) ................................ 2nd team Julie Jorgensen (D) ................................. 2nd team Jen Pascucci (F) ...................................... 2nd team 2005 Delaney Brown (M) ..................................1st team Rebecca Garcia (GK) ................................1st team Maria Schmitz (D) .....................................1st team Jen Pascucci (F) ...................................... 2nd team Julie Jorgensen (Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year) 2006 Rebecca Garcia (GK) .............................. 2nd team 2007 Pia White (F)............................................ 2nd team Sarah Goss (M) ....................................... 2nd team Geralyn Pedicino (D)............................... 2nd team 2008 Dymon Washington (F) .............................1st team Elizabeth Betterbed (D) .......................... 2nd team Alex Lostetter (GK).................................. 2nd team Sarah Goss (M) ....................................... 2nd team 2010 Kim An (M) ............................................. 1st team Julia Stallard (D) .................................... 1st team Molly McGuigan (D)............................... 1st team Alex Lostetter (GK).................................. 2nd team Carlie Turnnidge (M) ............................... 2nd team Bold indicates returning player

2003 Donielle Taylor (D) ....................................1st team ALL-LEAGUE HONORS (YEAR-BY-YEAR)

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Offensive Player Shari Krasnoo (Colgate) Heidi Caruso (Lafayette) Kaitlyn Lynch (Colgate) Peg Sullivan (Holy Cross) Lisa Gibbons (Bucknell) Holly Pedley (Army) Alexis Albano (Army)

Defensive Player – – – – Jessica Tuthill (Colgate) Jessica Tuthill (Colgate)

Goalkeeper of Year – – –

Rookie of the Year Kirsten Eckman (Holy Cross) Lisa Gibbons (Buckell) Jessica Tuthill (Colgate)

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Heather Stone (Fordham) Holly Pedley (Army) Emily Harrington (Army) Katie Fink (Bucknell) Jen Hughes (Colgate) Karen Norton (Holy Cross) – Michelle Nance (Navy) Holly Pedley (Army) Nicole Aunapu (Navy) – Kelli Bennett (Lafayette) Andrea Licari (Colgate) Nicole Aunapu (Navy) – Justine Fisher (Navy) Justine Fisher (Navy) Kelly Tyrell (Colgate) – Tara Utchel (Bucknell) Sena Maziarz (Colgate) Jami Bisetti (Lehigh) – Kate Barrett (Colgate) Stacy Finley (Navy) Kate Macfarlane (Navy) – Ashley Dincher (Bucknell) Xochitl Piedra (Navy) Stacy Finley (Navy) Lauren Rowe (Army) – Delaney Brown (Army) Kate Barrett (Colgate) Erin Iwaskiewicz (Lehigh) – Gina Lewandowski (Lehigh) Gina Lewandowski (Lehigh) Kellen Kroll (Colgate) Erin Iwaskiewicz (Lehigh) Franny Iacuzzi (Colgate) Gina Lewandowski (Lehigh) Michaela Pawlewicz (Lehigh) Rebecca Garcia (Army) Josie Johnson (Colgate) Julie Kafka (Lehigh) Julie Kafka (Lehigh) Meggie Curran (Navy) Nicole Marotta (Bucknell) Lizzie Barnes (Navy) Jessica Bitsack (Colgate) Shely Moeller (Navy) Cassie Barbaresi (Navy) Jennifer Dervarics (Bucknell) Annettte Scott (American) Kelsey Wiggins (American) Friederike Engel (American) Katherine Donnelly (Holy Cross) Jennifer Dervarics (Bucknell) Shely Moeller (Navy) Lizzie Barnes (Navy) Christa Matlack (Bucknell) Friederike Engel (American) Beth Reed (Navy) Ashley Walsh (Colgate) Christa Matlack (Bucknell) Molly McGuigan (Army) Lauren Smedley (Lafayette) Kim An (Army)

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Coach of the Year Mario Masson (Holy Cross) Gene Ventriglia (Army) Gene Ventriglia (Army) Kathy Brawn (Colgate) Kathy Brawn (Colgate) Toby Lovecchio (Bucknell) Carin Gabarra (Navy) Gene Ventriglia (Army) Mary Curtis (Holy Cross) Gene Ventriglia (Army) Chrissy Findlay (Bucknell) Chrissy Findlay (Bucknell) Gene Ventriglia (Army) Manny Oudin (Lehigh) Manny Oudin (Lehigh) Manny Oudin (Lehigh) Carin Gabarra (Navy) Michael Brady (American) Gene Ventriglia (Army) David Bucciero (American) Stefanie Golan (Army)

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Tosie LeGrand (F) Tara Williams (M)


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AMERICAN EAGLES

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINEERS

Sunday, Oct. 23 Washington, D.C., 12 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 21 Boone, N.C. 11 a.m.

BUCKNELL BISON Sunday, Oct. 9 West Point, N.Y., 1 p.m.

Location .......................................Washington, D.C. Founded .......................................................... 1893 Enrollment ..................................................... 6,023 Colors ......................................... Red, White & Blue President..........................................Dr. Neil Kerwin Athletic Director ........................................ Keith Gill SID Contact ....................................... Howard Smith Email ...................................hsmith@american.edu Office Phone/Cell ...... (202) 885-3032/531-0160 Fax .................................................(202) 885-3033 Web Site ................................... www.aueagles.com

Location ............................................... Boone, N.C. Founded ...........................................................1899 Enrollment ....................................................17,222 Colors .................................................. Black & Gold Chancellor..........................Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Athletic Director ...................................Charlie Cobb SID Contact .....................................Paul Blascovich Email ........................... blascovichpj@appstate.edu Office Phone ..................................(828) 267-7166 Fax ..................................................(828) 262-6106 Web Site ........................................www.GoASU.com

Location ........................................... Lewisburg, Pa. Founded ........1846 as the University of Lewisburg Enrollment ......................................................3,583 Colors ................................................Orange & Blue President.......................................John C. Bravman Athletic Director .................................. John P. Hardt SID Contact ................................................ Jon Terry Email .........................................terry@bucknell.edu Office Phone .................................. (570) 577-3121 Fax ..................................................(570) 577-1660 Web Site ........................... www.BucknellBison.com

EAGLES SOCCER Conference ...................................... Patriot League 2010 Record................................................. 6-10-3 Conference Record .........................................2-2-3 Head Coach .................................... David Bucciero Alma Mater ..............................James Madison ‘95 Career Record................................ 22-30-7 (3 yrs.) Record at American....................... 22-30-7 (3 yrs.) Office Phone ................................ (202) 885-3047 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................20/6 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 7/4 Home Field ...............................Reeves Field (700)

MOUNTAINEERS SOCCER Conference ................................................Southern 2010 Record.................................................... 5-8-5 Conference Record .............................. 2-5-4 (T8th) Head Coach .................................. Sarah Strickland Alma Mater ............................. George Mason (‘98) Career Record........................................5-8-5 (1 yr.) Record at Appalachian..........................5-8-5 (1 yr.) Office Phone ................................. (828)-262-6999 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 15/7 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field . Appalachian Soccer Stadium (1,000)

BISON SOCCER Conference .......................................Patriot League 2010 Record..................................................7-13-0 Conference Record .............................. 5-2-0 (T1st) Head Coach ........................................... Ben Landis Alma Mater ..........................................Bucknell ’96 Career Record...............................78-61-11 (8 yrs.) Record at Bucknell .........................62-49-7 (6 yrs.) Office Phone .................................. (570) 577-1772 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 18/8 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................5/6 Home Field ............................ Emmitt Field (1,250)

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT

COLGATE RAIDERS

DELAWARE FIGHTIN’ BLUE HENS

Friday, Aug. 26 West Point, N.Y., 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 7 West Point, N.Y, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 18 West Point, N.Y., 1 p.m.

Location .................................... New Britain, Conn. Founded .......................................................... 1849 Enrollment ...................................................12,233 Colors ..................................................Blue & White President.................................................Jack Miller Athletic Director ......................... Paul Schlickmann SID Contact ..................................Thomas Pincince Email ...................................... PincinceT@ccsu.edu Office Phone .................................(860) 832-3089 Fax .................................................(860) 832-3754 Web Site ..........................www.ccsubluedevils.com

Location ............................................ Hamilton, N.Y. Founded ...........................................................1819 Enrollment ......................................................2,800 Colors ................................... Maroon, White & Gray President............................................Jeffrey Herbst Athletic Director ................................... David Roach SID Contact ..................................... Gloria Nantulya Email .................................. gnantulya@colgate.edu Office Phone ..................................(315) 228-6761 Fax ..................................................(315) 228-7977 Web Site ..................... www.goColgateRaiders.com

Location ...............................................Newark, Del. Founded ........................................................... 1743 Enrollment ................................................... 16,000 Colors .......................................... Royal Blue & Gold President..................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker Athletic Director .............................Bernard M. Muir SID Contact ............................................. John Stark Email ............................................starkyr@udel.edu Office Phone/Cell ..........................(302) 831-2186 Fax ................................................. (302) 831-8653 Web Site ...................................www.BlueHens.com

SOCCER Conference ..............................................Northeast 2010 Record....................................................9-9-2 Conference Record ............................... 5-3-2 (4th) Head Coach .......................................... Mick D’Arcy Alma Mater ......................Methodist University ‘89 Career Record......................... 121-85-18 (11 yrs.) Record at Central Connecticut121-85-18 (11 yrs.) Office Phone .................................(860) 832-3092 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................13/5 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 7/4 Home Field .......................CC Soccer Field (3,000)

RAIDERS SOCCER Conference .......................................Patriot League 2010 Record..................................................6-12-1 Conference Record ......................................3-3-1 () Head Coach .........................................Kathy Brawn Alma Mater .......................................... Ramapo ’88 Career Record....................... 226-138-28 (20 yrs.) Record at Colgate ................. 226-138-28 (20 yrs.) Office Phone ..................................(315) 228-7762 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 23/8 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field .......................Van Doren Field (2,500)

FIGHTIN’ BLUE HENS SOCCER Conference ................Colonial Athletic Association 2010 Record..................................................8-10-1 Conference Record ................................4-6-1 (5th) Head Coach ...................................... Scott Grzenda Alma Mater .........................................Delaware ‘87 Career Record........................194-162-32 (21 yrs.) Record at Delaware...............194-162-32 (21 yrs.) Office Phone ..................................(302) 831-8915 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 13/6 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................7/4 Home Field .......... Delaware Mini Stadium (2,000)

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HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS

HOWARD

Friday, Aug. 19 Durham, N.C., 7 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 2 West Point, N.Y., 1 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 22 West Point, N.Y., 4 p.m.

Location ..............................................Durham, N.C. Founded ................................. 1838, Trinity College Enrollment ......................................................6,400 Colors ........................................ Royal Blue & White President.......................... Dr. Richard H. Brodhead Athletic Director .................................... Kevin White SID Contact ......................................... Lindy Brownr Email ..................................lbrown@duaa.duke.edu Office Phone ................................. (919) 684-2664 Fax ..................................................(919) 684-2489 Web Site ...................................... wwwGoDuke.com

Location ...................................... Worcester, Mass. Founded ..........................................................1843 Enrollment .....................................................2,862 Colors .................................................. Royal Purple President................Rev. Michael C. McFarland, SJ Athletic Director ....................Richard M. Regan, Jr. SID Contact ........................................................TBA Email ..................................................................TBA Office Phone ................................ (508) 793-2583 Fax ................................................ (508) 793-2309 Web Site .............................. www.goholycross.com

Location ...................................... Washington, D.C. Founded ..........................................................1867 Enrollment ........................................................ N/A Colors .........................................Blue, White & Red President.......................................... Sidney Ribeau Athletic Director ........................ Louis Skip Perkins SID Contact .....................................Jamilah Corbitt Email ......................... jamilah.corbitt@howard.edu Office Phone .................................(202) 806-7182 Fax ................................................ (202) 806-9595 Web Site ...................................... www.howard.edu

BLUE DEVILS SOCCER Conference ........................................Atlantic Coast 2010 Record..................................................11-8-4 Conference Record .............................. 4-5-1 (T7th) Head Coach ..................................... Robbie Church Alma Mater ............................................ Pfeiffer ‘81 Career Record.....................200-126-38 (17 years) Record at Duke..................... 113-77-27 (10 years) Office Phone .................................. (919) 668-5749 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 18/7 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 11/0 Home Field ...................Koskinen Stadium (7,000)

CRUSADERS SOCCER Conference ..................................... Patriot League 2010 Record................................................ 3-12-2 Conference Record .............................. 0-6-1 (8th) Head Coach ................................Darren Gallagher Alma Mater .................................... Heriot Watt ‘96 Career Record................................10-21-5 (2 yrs.) Record at Holy Cross .....................10-21-5 (2 yrs.) Office Phone ................................(508) 793-3624 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................19/3 Starters Returning/Lost ................................... 9/2 Home Field ...Linda Johnson Smith Stad. (1,320)

BISON SOCCER Conference ...........................................Great West 2010 Record................................................ 6-10-0 Conference Record ...........................................3-3 Head Coach ......................................... Brent Leiba Alma Mater ...............................George Mason ‘07 Career Record................................................... N/A Record at Howard............................................. N/A Office Phone ................................ (202) 806-7147 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost ................................... N/A Home Field .................... Green Stadium (10,000)

LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS

LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS

MARIST RED FOXES

Sunday, Oct. 30 West Point, N.Y., 1 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 15 Bethlehem, Pa., 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 25 West Point, N.Y., 1 p.m.

Location .................................................Easton, Pa. Founded .......................................................... 1826 Enrollment ..................................................... 2,406 Colors ............................................ Maroon & White President.............................................Daniel Weiss Athletic Director ........................Bruce McCutcheon SID Contact .....................................Mark Mohrman Email ............................ mohrmanm@lafayette.edu Office Phone ................................. (610) 330-5003 Fax ................................................. (610) 330-5519 Web Site ................................www.goleopards.com

Location ..........................................Bethlehem, Pa. Founded ..................................1865 by Asa Packer Enrollment ..................................................... 4,700 Colors ...............................................Brown & White President........................................ Dr. Alice P. Gast Athletic Director .................................... Joe Sterrett SID Contact ........................................ Justin Lafleur Email ......................................... jul310@lehigh.edu Office Phone/Cell ......................... (610) 758-6631 Fax ................................................. (610) 758-4407 Web Site .............................www.Lehighsports.com

Location .................................... Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Founded ...........................................................1920 Enrollment ......................................................4,256 Colors ................................................... Red & White President................................. Dr. Dennis J. Murray Athletic Director ..................................... Tim Murray SID Contact ..............................................Alex Lumd Email .......................... alexander.lumd@marist.edu Office Phone .....................(845) 575-3699 (6047) Fax ..................................................(845) 471-0466 Web Site .............................. www.GoRedFoxes.com

LEOPARDS SOCCER Conference ...................................... Patriot League 2010 Record....................................................6-8-4 Conference Record ............................... 0-3-4 (7th) Head Coach ...................................... Mick Statham Alma Mater ...............................Franklin Pierce ‘92 Career Record.............................. 19-59-10 (5 yrs.) Record at Lafayette ..................... 19-59-10 (5 yrs.) Office Phone ................................. (610) 330-5458 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................19/9 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 5/6 Home Field ...........Mike Bourger ‘44 Field (1,000)

MOUNTAIN HAWKS SOCCER Conference ...................................... Patriot League 2010 Record................................................. 11-5-4 Conference Record ............................... 4-1-2 (3rd) Head Coach ......................................Eric Lambinus Alma Mater ........................................ Moravian ‘94 Career Record.....................................11-5-4 (1 yr.) Record at Lehigh ................................11-5-4 (1 yr.) Office Phone ................................. (610) 758-4346 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................18/7 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 7/4 Home Field ............Ulrich Sports Complex (1,200)

RED FOXES SOCCER Conference ............................Meto Atlantic Athletic 2010 Record..................................................10-9-1 Conference Record .............................. 6-2-1 (2nd) Head Coach ................................................Kate Lyn Alma Mater ........................................ Columbia ‘05 Career Record............................................. 1st Year Record at Marist ......................................... 1st Year Office Phone ................................. (845) 575-3699 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 19/6 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field ...................... Tenney Stadium (5,000)

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2011 OPPONENTS

DUKE BLUE DEVILS


2011 OPPONENTS

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QUINNIPIAC BOBCATS

SACRED HEART PIONEERS

SETON HALL PIRATES

Sunday, Aug. 28 Hamden, Conn., 2 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 11 Army Soccer Classic West Point, N.Y., 3 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 2 Black Knight Soccer Classic West Point, N.Y., 7 p.m.

Location .......................................... Hamden, Conn. Founded ...........................................................1929 Enrollment ......................................................8,200 Colors .................................................... Blue & Gold President.......................................Dr. John L. Lahey Athletic Director .............................. Jack McDonald SID Contact .......................................Lindsay Oliveri Email ............................... lmoliveri@quinnipiac.edu Office Phone ................................. (203) 582-5387 Fax ................................................. (203) 582-5385 Web Site .................... www.quinnipiacbobcats.com

Location ...........................................Fairfield, Conn. Founded ...........................................................1963 Enrollment ......................................................3,500 Colors ................................................... Red & White President.......................................Dr. John J. Petillo Athletic Director .............................. C. Donald Cook SID Contact .......................................... Shaun Ihasz Email ................................ihaszs@sacredheart.edu Office Phone ................................. (203) 365-4464 Fax ..................................................(203) 371-7889 Web Site ............... www.SacredHeartPioneers.com

Location .....................................South Orange, N.J. Founded ...........................................................1856 Enrollment ......................................................9,700 Colors .................................................. Blue & White President.............................. Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Athletic Director ............................. Patrick G. Lyons SID Contact ......................................Matt Sweeneyy Email .......................... matthew.sweeney@shu.edu Office Phone .................................... (215) 898-9232 Fax .................................................. (215) 898-1747 Web Site ................................. www.shupirates.com

BOBCATS SOCCER Conference .............................................. Northeast 2010 Record.................................................... 7-7-4 Conference Record ................................5-2-3 (3rd) Head Coach ............................................ Dave Clark Alma Mater ....................... Central Connecticut ‘92 Career Record........................121-109-23 (12 yrs.) Record at Quinnipiac ............121-109-23 (12 yrs.) Office Phone ................................. (203) 582-5315 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 17/9 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................7/4 Home Field .....................Burt Kahn Court (2,000)

PIONEERS SOCCER Conference .............................................. Northeast 2010 Record.................................................... 8-6-5 Conference Record ...............................4-3-3 (6th) Head Coach .......................................... Kim Banner Alma Mater .......................................Bridgeport ‘96 Career Record..................................... 36-64-16 (6) Record at Sacred Heart ................................. Same Office Phone ................................. (203) 396-8123 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................... 17/11 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field .......................... Campus Field (4,000)

PIRATES SOCCER Conference ................................................BIG EAST 2010 Record..................................................7-10-1 Conference Recor...................................3-7-1 (6th) Head Coach ...................................... Kazbek Tambi Alma Mater ........................................ Columbia ‘83 Career Record................................. 25-41-6 (3 yrs.) Record at Penn ............................... 25-41-6 (3 yrs.) Office Phone .................................. (973) 761-9777 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 19/4 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field ............... Owen T. Carroll Field (1,800)

STETSON HATTERS

STONY BROOK SEAWOLVES

VMI KEYDETS

Sunday, Sept. 4 Black Knight Classic West Point, N.Y., 2 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 16 Stony Brook, N.Y., 7 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 9 Army Soccer Classic West Point, N.Y., 7 p.m.

Location ...............................................DeLand, Fla. Founded ...........................................................1883 Enrollment ......................................................2,390 Colors ................................... Hunter Green & White President....................................Dr. Wendy B. Libby Athletic Director ........................................ Jeff Altier SID Contact ......................................Jesse Cazakoff Email .................................... jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Phone ..................................(386) 822-8131 Fax ..................................................(386) 822-8121 Web Site ............................................gohatters.com

Location ........................................Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded ...........................................................1957 Enrollment ....................................................24,594 Colors ............................................Red, Grey & Blue President............................... Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Athletic Director ......................................... Jim Fiore SID Contact ......................................Asha Michener Email ................... asha.michener@stonybrook.edu Office Phone ................................. (631) 632-7293 Fax ..................................................(631) 632-8841 Web Site ....................................... go.Seawolves.org

Location .............................................Lexington, Va. Founded ...........................................................1839 Enrollment ......................................................1,500 Colors .......................................Red, White & Yellow Superintendent ............... Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III Athletic Director ...................................Donny White SID Contact ............................................Brad Salois Email ........................................... Saloisbj@vmi.edu Office Phone ................................. (540) 464-7015 Fax ...................................................................... N/A Web Site ................................ www.vmikeydets.com

HATTERS SOCCER Conference ...........................................Atlantic Sun 2010 Record..................................................8-11-1 Conference Record ................................4-5-1 (6th) Head Coach .......................................Julie Ortowski Alma Mater ................................................... FIU ‘91 Career Record........................119-129-10 (16 yrs.) Record at Stetson..........................81-94-1 (10 yrs. Office Phone ................................. (386) 822-8139 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 12/9 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................5/6 Home Field ........... Stetson Soccer Complex (500)

SEAWOLVES SOCCER Conference ......................................... America East 2010 Record..................................................6-10-2 Conference Record ............................... 5-2-1 (2nd) Head Coach .............................................. Sue Ryan Alma Mater ..........................................Cortland ‘83 Career Record........................192-242-42 (26 yrs.) Record at Stony Brook ..........192-242-42 (26 yrs.) Office Phone ..................................(631) 632-7216 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 17/8 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................8/3 Home Field .................. Kenneth P. LaValle (8,300)

KEYDETS SOCCER Conference ...............................................Big South 2010 Record..................................................3-16-1 Conference Record ...............................2-6-1 (8th)) Head Coach ..................................... Bryan Williams Alma Mater .......................... Washington & Lee ‘81 Career Record.......................... 67-151-16 (13 yrs.) Record at VMI ................................. 37-73-7 (7 yrs.) Office Phone ................................. (540) 464-7608 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 10/5 Starters Returning/Lost .....................................9/4 Home Field .....................................Patchin (1,000)

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2011

Army captured the 2008 Patriot League title following a 1-0 overtime win over top-seeded and host Navy at Glenn Warner Stadium.

rivalries in the series history. The first five outcomes were one-goal decisions; two in OT. The Naval Academy hosted its first Army-Navy women’s soccer match in 1995. Army disappointed a then-record crowd of 1,544 at Dewey Field, coming away with a 2-1 overtime decision. After a scoreless first half, Army’s Alexis Albano opened the scoring in the 62nd minute, then tallied the eventual game winner in OT after Navy’s Ashlee Orr knotted things up in regulation with a 30-yard shot late. The Black Knights would go on to win three more games, two in overtime, to stretch their win streak over the Midshipmen to five. Included in that string were two victories in 1997. The Black Knights again played the part of spoiler in front of another record crowd of more than 2,000 spectators at Dewey Field with a 1-0 decision in overtime. Army held on for its second 1-0 victory in as many meetings during a first-round match at the Patriot League Tournament. That occasion marked the first of three consecutive encounters in the postseason for the two rivals. Following that 1-0 setback at the 1997 Patriot League Tournament, Navy turned the fortunes of the series south of the Mason-Dixon line by winning the next six tilts in the rivalry. After a pair of 2-0 victories during the 1998 campaign, the Midshipmen captured a 3-1 verdict at home during the regular season in 1999. The Mids ended Army’s season prematurely that year in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament with a 2-1 decision in overtime to run their mark to four in a row over the Black Knights. Navy would go on to score a pair of shutouts in 2000 and 2001, pushing its winning streak to six straight before the Black Knights eventually halted the Midshipmen’s good luck. Army put the skids to Navy’s run in 2002 with a 1-1 tie on a rainy, foggy evening at Clinton Field. It marked the first draw in series history and the fourth overtime contest. The host Black Knights drew first blood on an unassisted tally by Delaney Brown in the 54th minute. However, Navy’s Xochitl Piedra converted a penalty kick in the 81st minute to knot the score, and that was the way things ended after 120 minutes of play. Army won the regular-season title in 2002 with Navy finishing a very close second. It marked the first time that Army and Navy finished first and second, respectively, in the Patriot League standings. The Black Knights snapped Navy’s eight-game unbeaten streak with back-to-back 1-0 decisions in 2004 and 2005. In 2004, Army loosened its rivals’ series strangle-hold as Devon Collins became the first plebe keeper to register a win over Navy in Academy history. Rebecca Garcia kept the momentum going for the Black Knights in 2005 with six saves in a 1-0 blanking of the Mids in Army’s third win in Annapolis and first since 1997. Army and Navy battled to a 0-0 double overtime draw at West Point in late October 2008, then met in the Patriot League championship game at Glenn Warner Stadium in November. It was the first time in conference history that Army and Navy met in the championship round and fourth time they faced each other in the tournament. No. 3 Army dispatched top-seeded Navy on its home turf, 1-0, in a double-overtime championship win on senior Pia White’s game winner 5:15 into the second overtime. The victory clinched the second

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SOCCER ARMY VS. NAVY SERIES Date 09/24/94 10/06/95 09/21/96 09/20/97 11/08/97* 10/30/98 11/06/98* 10/22/99 11/06/99* 10/21/00 10/26/01 10/04/02 10/03/03 10/01/04 10/07/05 10/06/06 11/05/07 10/24/08 11/09/08* 10/09/09 10/08/10#

Navy Leads 10-9-2 Outcome Location Army, 2-1 West Point, N.Y. Army, 2-1 (OT) Annapolis, Md. Army, 3-2 West Point, N.Y. Army, 1-0 (OT) Annapolis, Md. Army, 1-0 Hamilton, N.Y. Navy, 2-0 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 2-0 Annapolis, Md. Navy, 3-1 Annapolis, Md. Navy, 2-1 (OT) Hamilton, N.Y. Navy, 2-0 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 1-0 Annapolis, Md. Tie, 1-1 (OT) West Point, N.Y. Navy, 1-0 Annapolis, Md. Army, 1-0 West Point, N.Y. Army, 1-0 Annapolis, Md. Navy, 4-0 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 2-0 Annapolis, Md. Tie, 0-0 (OT) West Point, N.Y. Army, 1-0 (OT) Annapolis, Md. Navy, 2-0 Annnapolis, Md. Army, 1-0 West Point, N.Y.

* - Patriot League Tournament

# - FOX Soccer Channel

NAVY MIDSHIPMEN Friday, Oct. 21 Annapolis, Md., 7 p.m. Location .........................................Annapolis, Md. Founded ........................................................ 1845 Enrollment ................................................... 4,400 Colors ........................................ Navy Blue & Gold Superintendent ................. Vice Adm. Mike Miller Athletic Director .............................Chet Gladchuk SID Contact .........................................Matt Muzza E-mail ........................................muzza@usna.edu Office Phone/Cell ..................... (410) 293-8778/(631) Fax ............................................... (410) 293-8954 Web Site .............................. www.navysports.com Midshipmen Soccer Conference .................................... Patriot League 2010 Record..................................................9-8-3 Conference Record ............................. 2-3-2 (6th) Head Coach .................................... Carin Gabarra Alma Mater ........................UC Santa Barbara ’87 Career Record..................... 230-116-30 (19 yrs.) Record at Navy ................... 224-106-30 (18 yrs.) Office Phone ............................... (410) 293-5562 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................14/6 Starters Returning/Lost ................................ 74/4 Home Field ... Glenn Warner Soccer Fac. (2,500) league title for the Black Knights (first since 1993) and first NCAA bid in program history. Army takes on Navy for the 22nd meeting in Annapolis, Md., Friday evening, Oct. 21, at Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. In the last meeting at Navy’s home field (where Navy shows a 6-4-0 showing) in 2009, the Midshipmen scored a goal in each half to defeat the Black Knights 2-0. Army will be looking for its first win in Annapolis since 2008 (league tournament) and first regular-season decision since 2005.

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It is the most recognized intercollegiate rivalry in all of sports. Sport Magazine listed it among its Top 5 rivalries of all-time, to include professional and international competitions as well. Though the annual gridiron match garners most of the attention, the Army-Navy clash is the focal point of the schedule for 22 other programs at the two service academies. In the fall of 1986, women’s soccer joined the varsity ranks as Army’s newest sport. However, the booters would have to wait nine years before testing their mettle on the pitch against the Midshipmen. In 1994, Navy promoted its women’s soccer program to varsity status and joined the three-year-old Patriot League. After 21 meetings, six overtime affairs and four postseason encounters, Navy holds a slim 109-2 lead in the all-time series. The Army-Navy women’s soccer series has seen the pendulum swing from West Point to Annapolis with no game decided by more than two goals in the first 15 matches. Twelve of 21 contests have been decided by a goal, and two tilts have ended in a tie. Navy, which had one of the longest win streaks in the nation, set a series record with four goals in 2006, but in 2008 Army defeated the Midshipmen in double OT in Annapolis, Md., to win the Patriot League title and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The 21st chapter in the saga unfolded last fall on Oct. 8 at West Point where the Black Knights defeated the Midshipmen 1-0 (on Kelley Robbins’ goal) in a game covered on FOX Soccer Channel at Clinton Field. It was Army’s first win at home since 2004 and series’ ninth. Army dominated the rivalry in the early stages, winning the first five encounters. The inaugural game took place at Clinton Field in 1994 with the Black Knights claiming a slim 2-1 victory. Army held Navy to just one shot in the second half, while pounding the Midshipmen’s net with 18 shots of its own. That would prove to be a harbinger of things to come in what has been one of the closest contested

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ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS

2011 Adelphi University Alabama-Birmingham, Univ. of Albany, University of American International College American University Appalachian State Arkansas, Univ. of Barry University Boston College Boston University Bridgeport University Brown University Bryant College Bucknell University Buffalo, University of Campbell University Canisius College Carleton College Central Connecticut State Univ. Charleston Southern University Coastal Carolina University Colgate University Colorado College Columbia University Cornell University Creighton University Dartmouth College Delaware, University of Dickinson College Drexel University Duke University Duquesne University Evansville University Fairfield University Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Golf Coast Fordham University Franklin Pierce College Gardner-Webb George Mason University George Washington University Hartford, University of Hofstra University Holy Cross, College of the Houston, University of Howard University Indiana Iona College James Madison University Keene State University Kutztown University Lafayette College LaSalle University Lehigh University LeMoyne College Maine, University of Manhattan College Manhattanville College Marist College Maryland, University of

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Series Began 1989 1998 1986 1987 2001 2011 1992 1989 1992 1996 1988 1999 1989 1991 1988 1995 1990 1991 1996 2005 2005 1986 2008 1986 1995 1999 1986 2010 1986 2006 2011 2005 2000 1993 2003 2009 1993 1988 2003 1986 1989 2005 1996 1986 2001 2002 2003 1986 1986 1987 1987 1990 1988 1991 1986 1990 1991 1986 1996 2009

G 1 1 11 4 11 0 1 1 2 1 1 7 1 27 6 1 2 1 4 1 1 35 1 19 9 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 6 2 1 8 2 1 1 1 4 3 23 1 1 1 12 2 1 4 21 4 22 5 4 11 4 14 1

W 0 0 10 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 14 3 0 2 1 3 1 1 9 0 12 4 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 6 2 1 0 1 1 2 16 0 1 0 11 1 0 3 18 3 14 4 4 9 4 12 0

L 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 2 1 0 6 0 11 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 22 1 7 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 5 0 0 2 0 2 1

T 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .000 .000 .954 1.000 .318 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .143 1.000 .555 .500 .500 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 .314 .000 .631 .444 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .657 .500 .000 .812 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .250 .667 .761 .500 1.000 .000 .917 .750 .000 .750 .881 .875 .704 .900 1.000 .818 1.000 .857 .000

SOCCER

MD-Baltimore Co., Univ of Mercyhurst College Merrimack College Minnesota, University of Missouri State University Monmouth University Mount St. Mary’s Mount St. Vincent College New Hampshire College New Hampshire, University of New Jersey Institute of Tech. North Adams State (MCLA) North Carolina State Univ. Northeastern University Oregon State University Pennsylvania, University of Princeton University Providence College Quinnipiac University Radford University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rhode Island, Univ. of Rice University Rider University Sacred Heart University Saint Louis, University of St. Bonaventure University St. John’s University St. Peter’s College Scranton, University of Seton Hall Siena College Sonoma State University Southampton University Southeast Missouri State Southern Methodist University Springfield College Stetson University Stony Brook University SUNY Oneonta Syracuse University Texas A&M University Tulsa, University of U.S. Air Force Academy U.S. Naval Academy Utica College Virginia Military Institute Virginia, Univ. of Vermont, University of Wagner College Wright State Yale University TOTALS (25 seasons)

Series Began 2007 1989 1988 2006 2008 1991 2006 1990 1988 1994 2008 1987 1995 1998 2006 2009 1993 1993 2010 1986 1986 1990 2001 2000 2008 2002 1990 1988 1992 1986 2011 1986 1989 1987 2008 1994 1988 2009 1986 1986 1996 1991 1998 1992 1994 1986 2011 2008 1992 1999 1997 1987

G 0 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 2 6 3 1 1 2 1 2 5 2 1 1 1 5 3 5 2 5 3 8 2 3 0 10 1 4 1 1 3 1 7 3 2 4 1 14 21 1 0 1 10 1 2 10 495

W 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 4 2 1 0 1 2 0 4 1 1 3 6 2 0 0 8 0 1 1 1 3 1 3 2 1 1 0 7 9 1 0 0 7 1 2 2 283

L 0 1 1 1 0 5 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 3 1 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 6 10 0 0 1 3 0 0 8 178

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34

Pct. .000 .500 .000 .000 1.000 .167 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .800 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .400 .000 .800 .500 .200 1.000 .750 1.000 .333 .000 .850 .000 .375 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .571 .667 .500 .250 .000 .536 .476 1.000 .000 .000 .700 1.000 1.000 .200 .606

2011 opponents in bold *Army will begin a new series with Appalachian State, Duke, Seton Hall and VMI in 2011.

2010 PATRIOT LEAGUE CO-REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS


2011 Date Score Result 10/13/01 1-3 L 11/02/02 2-1 W 11/02/03 1-2 L 11/09/03* 0-1 L 10/30/04 2-2 (2OT) T 10/08/05 1-1 (2OT) T 10/08/06 1-2 L 10/20/07 0-0 (2OT) T 10/26/08 0-0 (2OT) T 10/11/09 1-2 L 10/10/10 0-0 (2OT) T * Patriot League Tournament ARMY VS. BUCKNELL (Army leads 14-11-2) Date Score Result 10/05/91 4-0 W 11/02/91* 4-0 W 10/02/92 2-0 W 10/31/92* 5-0 W 10/02/93 4-0 W 10/30/93* 3-2 W 09/30/94 1-3 L 09/30/95 0-1 L 09/17/96 1-0 W 11/09/96* 5-1 W 09/27/97 3-1 W 10/09/98 1-2 L 10/15/99 1-2 (OT) L 10/14/00 0-3 L 10/20/01 2-0 W 10/12/02 1-0 W 10/10/03 1-4 L 10/08/04 1-1 (2OT) T 10/21/05 2-1 W 11/06/05* 1-3 L 10/20/06 0-1 L 10/14/07 1-2 L 11/09/07* 1-2 (OT) L 10/12/08 1-0 (2OT) W 11/07/08*+ 0-0 (2OT) T 10/22/09 0-1 L 10/22/10 2-1 (OT) W * Patriot League Tournament +Advanced on 5-4 Shootout ARMY VS. CENTRAL CONNECTICUT (Army leads, 3-1-0) Score 0-1 4-1 3-0 1-0

Result L W W L

ARMY VS. COLGATE (Colgate leads, 22-9-4) Date 10/04/86 09/26/87 09/30/90 10/15/91 11/03/91* 10/13/92 11/01/92* 10/12/93

Score 0-7 0-1 2-3 1-0 2-4 (OT) 3-1 1-3 1-1 (OT)

Result L L L W L W L T

10/31/93* 5-4 (OT) 10/22/94 1-4 11/06/94* 1-3 10/20/95 1-4 11/04/95* 1-2 10/26/96 0-4 11/10/96* 2-3 (OT) 11/16/96+ 1-3 (OT) 10/18/97 0-1 11/09/97* 1-4 10/23/98 2-3 (OT) 10/30/99 2-0 10/28/00 1-4 11/03/01 4-0 10/19/02 0-1 11/08/02* 1-2 10/17/03 0-2 10/15/04 1-1 (2OT) 11/05/04* 1-1 (2OT) 10/23/05 1-2 (OT) 11/04/05* 1-0 10/22/06 0-3 10/12/07 1-0 10/10/08 1-0 10/25/09 1-2 10/24/10 0-0 (2OT) 11/05/10* 1-0 (OT) * Patriot League Tournament + ECAC Tournament

W L L L L L L L L L L W L W L L L T T L W L W W L T W

ARMY VS. DELAWARE (Army leads, 1-0-0) Date 08/28/10

Score 1-0

Result W

ARMY VS. HOLY CROSS (Army leads, 16-4-3) Date 10/17/86 10/17/87 10/13/90 10/23/91 10/17/92 10/16/93 10/29/94 10/28/95 11/01/96 10/24/97 11/01/98 09/25/99 09/10/00 10/06/01 09/25/02 09/20/03 11/01/04 09/30/05 09/29/06 10/20/07 10/17/08 10/31/09 10/19/10

Score 0-1 0-4 1-2 4-2 1-0 3-1 4-1 0-1 3-0 4-0 0-0 (OT) 1-1 (2OT) 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-1 1-1 (2OT) 2-1 1-0 2-1 1-0

Result L L L W W W W L W W T T W W W W W W T W W W W

ARMY VS. HOWARD (Army leads, 1-0-0) Date 09/20/02

Score 7-0

Result W

10/31/08 0-2 10/02/09 0-0 (2OT) 10/01/10 1-0 11/07/10* 0-1 * Patriot League Tournament

L T W L

ARMY VS. MARIST (Army leads, 12-2-0) Date Score Result 09/07/96 1-0 W 09/03/97 7-4 W 09/04/98 1-0 W 09/21/99 4-1 W 10/04/00 3-0 W 10/03/01 1-0 W 10/01/02 4-0 W 09/30/03 0-1 L 10/05/04 5-3 W 09/05/05 3-0 W 09/10/06 3-0 W 08/31/07 0-2 L 09/26/08 2-1 W 09/10/10 3-0 W ARMY VS. LAFAYETTE (Army leads, 18-2-1) Date 10/06/90 09/21/91 10/03/92 09/18/93 09/17/94 09/16/95 10/15/96 09/13/97 09/26/98 10/17/99 09/15/00 09/22/01 10/24/02 10/24/03 10/23/04 10/28/05 10/27/06 10/05/07 10/04/08 10/17/09 10/16/10

Score Result 9-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 6-2 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 2-3 L 2-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 1-2 (OT) L 2-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 (2 OT) W 0-0 (2 OT) T

ARMY VS. LEHIGH (Army leads, 14-5-3) Date 10/16/91 10/10/92 10/09/93 10/08/94 11/05/94* 10/17/95 10/12/96 10/11/97 10/17/98 10/08/99 09/23/00 10/16/01 09/28/02 09/23/03 09/25/04 10/28/05 10/14/06 11/03/07

Score 3-0 9-1 2-0 3-1 (OT) 5-0 2-1 5-0 7-0 1-0 2-1 0-3 0-1 2-0 3-2 (2OT) 0-3 1-0 1-1 (2OT) 0-0 (2OT)

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ARMY VS. NAVY (Navy leads 10-9-2) (see page 53) ARMY VS. QUINNIPIAC (Army leads, 6-3-0) Date 09/03/10

Score 3-0

Result W

ARMY VS. SACRED HEART (Army Leads, 1-1-0) Date 08/28/08 08/20/10

Score Result 2-1 (2 OT) W 0-1 L

ARMY VS. STETSON (Army Leads, 1-0-0) Date 09/04/09

Score 2-0

Result W

ARMY VS. STONY BROOK (Army Leads, 3-2-2) Result W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L W T T

Date 10/01/86 09/09/87 09/25/91 09/22/92 10/06/96 10/08/01 09/22/02

Score 1-2 0-5 1-1 (OT) 1-1 (OT) 3-2 1-0 2-0

Result L L T T W W W

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ARMY VS. AMERICAN (American leads, 5-1-5)

Date 10/08/96 09/09/97 09/28/08 08/26/10

SOCCER


ARMY SPORTS HALL OF FAME

HOLLY PEDLEY

ALEXIS ALBANO LAUREN ROWE

HOLLY PEDLEY, HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2005 The name Holly Pedley (USMA ’98) is synonymous with Army women’s soccer. The 1998 USMA graduate is Army’s only Division I NSCAA All-American. She was named to the second team in 1994 following a record-setting freshman campaign in which she compiled single-season marks for goals (17) and points (52), which still stand today. She also holds the program’s career record for assists (48), while ranking second in career scoring (144 points) and fourth in goals (48), and shares second for single-season goals (17). The Army Hall of Famer was named the Patriot League’s “Rookie of the Year” and “Offensive Player of the Year” in 1994. She captured two major league awards again her senior year (1997) in being tabbed the “Offensive Player of the Year” and “Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year.” In addition, she was a GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-District I selection, earned first team Northeast Region honors from Soccer Buzz, along with picking up her third NSCAA Northeast Regional first team certificate. In 2005, Pedley was inducted with the second class into the Hall of Army Sports, becoming the first women’s soccer player to earn that honor.

ALEXIS ALBANO, HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2008 Alexis Albano (USMA ’96) became the second women’s soccer player to be honored as an Army Hall of Famer when she was inducted with the fifth class on Sept. 19, 2008. The two-sport athlete lettered four times in both women’s soccer and track and field. Honored with the department’s Army Athletic Association (AAA) Award in 1996, she was a two-time regional All-American and threetime Patriot League all-conference player in soccer. Albano was named the Patriot League‘s “Offensive Player of the Year” in 1995 after leading the conference in scoring with 33 points as a senior – the same year that Army ranked as high as second in the Northeast. Albano closed out her career on the pitch ranked second on Army’s all-time list for goals (56), third in points (130) and seventh in assists (18). Those numbers currently rank second in goals, fourth in points and ninth in assists, along with listing third in game winners (16).

LAUREN ROWE, HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2011 Lauren Rowe (USMA ’03) becomes the third women’s soccer player to be inducted into the Army Hall of Fame when she joins the eighth class on Sept. 16, 2011. A two-sport athlete, she lettered four years in women’s soccer and as a hurdler and jumper in track. Rowe was a two-time selection to the Soccer Buzz Northeast Regional team, a two-time NSCAA Northeast Region choice and a three-time Patriot League all-star at two positions. She was selected twice for first-team honors as a defender (2001-02) after being named to the second team as a forward (2000). A two-time Verizon Academic all-District I choice, she was the league’s “Defender of the Year” and “Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year.” Rowe, who was also the Patriot League’s scholar athlete in track and field, was presented with the Army Athletic Association (AAA) Trophy at graduation.


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In the spring of 1986, after spending several years at the club level, women’s soccer became a varsity sport and the “new kid on the block” at the United States Military Academy. The program has enjoyed a successful history celebrating its silver anniversary in 2010. Army’s early success was due in large part to the leadership of coach Gene Ventriglia, who retired at the conclusion of the 2008 season after leading Army to its first NCAA bid. Coach Stefanie Golan took the Black Knights to new heights in her second season last year. As Army’s first mentor, Ventriglia led the transformation from club level to Division II, initially, and eventually to Division I. Four years later, he again played an instrumental role in the program’s development when Army joined the newly formed Patriot League. He built the Army women’s soccer program into one of the most competitive schools in the Northeast, topping the likes of the Ivy League’s Cornell Big Red and leading the Black Knights to their first-ever sweep of service-academy rivals Navy and Air Force in 2004. Army enters its 25th season under second-year coach Stefanie Golan, who served as the associate head coach under Ventriglia for two years. 1986: Army romps to a 9-1 road win over Rensselaer on Saturday, Sept. 6, in its varsity debut, then pulls out a 3-0 overtime decision over Siena on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in its home opener at North Athletic Field. The Black Knights capture their first four games before suffering their first-ever defeat at the hands of Dartmouth. Recording a 9-6-3 mark, seven via shutout, Army at one point ranks as high as 10th in New York State. Freshman striker Julie Signorelli leads the team in scoring (37 points), goals (15) and assists (7). In the first month of competition, three players (Lori Nickerson, Carla Miller and Donna Johansen) tally hat tricks. Seniors Natalie Conroe and Lynn Sprague are the first team captains.

LaSalle at home. Army breaks into the national polls with a ranking of 16th, but a loss to No. 11 Buffalo, along with a pair of defeats at season’s end, nixes any chance for an NCAA Division II Tournament berth. No. 20 Army, however, is offered its first postseason bid with an invitation to host the ECAC Tournament. The Black Knights bow 1-0 in overtime to No. 4 New Hampshire College. Miller garners first team All-America honors by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and is tabbed for Northeast Region first team accolades. Team captain Kate Regan and freshman scoring leader Deneil LoGiudice (38 points) earn second team regional honors. Beach Sachse records nine shutouts and a 1.00 goalsagainst average. 1989: Army strings together 12 consecutive victories (seven by shutout) to rank 13th nationally and second in the Northeast. Hopes of earning an NCAA berth its final year at Division II are squashed with a loss to No. 6 Adelphi. Army receives its second straight ECAC Tournament bid. Seeded third, the Black Knights defeat Mercyhurst 2-1 in the first round, then bow to top seed New Hampshire College, 3-1, to close the season with 15 wins. Team captain Kelly Demers is named a third team Academic All-America by the NSCAA. LoGiudice, who set a single-game school mark tallying four goals in a 4-3 overtime win over St. John’s, tops the team in scoring with 33 points. 1990: The Black Knights show they are equal to the challenge at the Division I level with a quick 6-1 start. LoGiudice’s six goals and Selina DeViney’s four assists in a 9-0 win over Lafayette sets both league

SOCCER and school records. Though leading the newly formed Patriot League in every offensive category, the Black Knights (14-5) fail to capture the title. LoGiudice improves upon her season standards for goals (21) and points (48). Sophomore goalie Kristine Beardsley ties the school mark for shutouts (9) and fewest goals allowed (19), while breaking the career mark for shutouts (17). 1991: Army upsets 16th-ranked James Madison during a five-game shutout string midway through the season. The Black Knights (15-5-1) post a perfect 5-0 mark to capture the Patriot League regularseason crown and host the inaugural postseason tournament. Army falls 4-2 in overtime to Colgate in the championship game. Ventriglia is named “Coach of the Year” and five members of the squad — DeViney, LoGiudice, Tara Williams, Lisa Pais and Tosie LeGrand — earn all-tournament honors. In finishing with 38 points (16G, 6A), LoGiudice extends her school career marks to 67 goals and 157 points, both of which still stand today. Beardsley records 11 of Army’s school-record 12 shutouts to boost her career mark to 28. 1992: Army sets a single-game mark, scoring 15 goals in its season opener versus St. Peter’s. The Black Knights defend their Patriot League regularseason title (5-0), but finish runner-up in the tournament for the second straight year. Army sets a school record for wins after compiling a 17-4-1 overall mark keyed by a 12-game unbeaten string. The Black Knights close out the season with a 2-1 triumph over Air Force in the inaugural meeting. Ventriglia repeats as the Patriot League’s “Coach of the Year” and four members of the squad earn all-league certificates with DeViney, Williams

1987: Army welcomes back 11 letterwinners from the 1986 squad along with a talented freshman class. The Black Knights close out their second varsity season 9-7-3 after facing a more demanding schedule. Nickerson tops the team in scoring with 20 points (8G, 4A), while freshman Sarah Bennett is the leader in goals with nine and finishes second on the team with 18 points. 1988: In just its third year, Army’s fortunes reach an all-time high in ranking as high as No. 5 nationally and first in the Northeast Region en route to a 13-7 season. Army makes its debut by thrashing Kutztown State, ranked 18th in preseason polls. The Black Knights record a pair of notable Division I wins over St. John’s and Kate Regan (USMA ‘89) was a member of Army’s first varsity team (1986) and was elected team captain in 1988.

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and LeGrand selected for the second straight year. Ranking as high as 12th nationally in scoring, DeViney tops Army in scoring (39 points) and goals (16). She closes out her career as the all-time assist leader on game (4) and season (29) levels. Annah Castellini records seven shutouts and a 0.90 GAA. 1993: Army enjoys its finest season in school history after posting a record 20-1-1 mark along with recording its 100th career victory. The Black Knights blank their first nine opponents en route to setting a school mark for consecutive wins at 14. During that stretch, Army ranks as high as 18th nationally. The Black Knights tie Colgate for the Patriot League regular-season crown, then defeat the defending champion Raiders, 5-4 in OT, to win their first conference title. Williams is named tournament MVP and six players earn all-league honors. Williams and Alexis Albano are NSCAA/UMBRO Northeast Region selections. Castellini sets a season mark for goals-against average (0.60) along with shattering career marks for shutouts (29) and minutes played (4,077). She ranks first in the nation for several weeks. 1994: Highlighting Army’s 14-7 season is a 2-1 victory over Navy in the inaugural meeting between the two service academy rivals at West Point. Army finishes runner-up in the Patriot League’s regularseason and postseason tournament. Freshman Holly Pedley sets a school single-season scoring record with 52 points (17G, 18A) and ranks eighth in the nation in scoring and fifth in assists. Her 17 goals are a freshman scoring record and just four shy of the single-season mark. Selected the Patriot League’s “Offensive Player of the Year” and “Rookie of the Year” and a first team all-star, Pedley is also tabbed for second team All-America honors by the NSCAA. Kate Pendry, Pedley and Albano are selected for Northeast Region honors. 1995: Army closes the books on a 9-9-1 campaign after bowing by a single goal in five of its final seven games. Among the highlights is a 2-1 overtime defeat of Navy at Annapolis. Albano scores both goals in that win. Army fails to reach the championship finals after being eliminated by Colgate in the opening round. Albano is named the Patriot League’s “Offensive Player of the Year” after leading Army and the conference with 33 points. Freshman Emily Harrington shares “Rookie of the Year” honors. Pendry and Pedley are first team all-league repeats. 1996: Army takes Colgate to four overtimes before bowing 3-2 in the championship tilt of the Patriot League Tournament. The two league foes meet again in the ECAC tournament in the Black Knights’ first postseason bid at the Division I level. The Black Knights win the team title at the Holiday Inn Express Invitational. Pedley is named the tournament MVP. The No. 2 seed Black Knights finish second in the postseason tournament after reaching the Patriot League championship finals

Wendy Blount (No. 8) congratulates Kim Darby (left) and Deneil LoGiudice (right). LoGiudice remains Army’s all-time scoring leader with 157 points and 67 goals from 1988-91. for the fifth time. Army defeats Columbia in the ECAC tournament, but falls to top seed Colgate in the semifinals to close out the year 15-7. Pedley tops the team in goals (14) and points (37) while earning first team Patriot League honors for the third straight year. She is also tabbed a first team all-Northeast Region honoree for the second time in three years. Plebe goalkeeper Mary Kidd records all 11 shutouts (two shy of the school mark). Army plays its home games at the North Rockland Sports Complex due to construction of Clinton Field. 1997: The Black Knights finish second to Colgate in the Patriot League’s regular season, then bow to the Raiders in the tournament title game. Army earns its second straight ECAC bid and fourth overall as it advances to the semifinals in closing out a 16-6 campaign. Navy suffers its third straight defeat to the Black Knights, who are 2-0 against their sister academies after defeating Air Force at the Military Academies Classic. Pedley is named the Patriot League’s “Offensive Player of the Year” and its “CoScholar-Athlete of the Year.” She is also tabbed for regional All-America honors for the third time, along with GTE Academic All-District I accolades Pedley ties for 19th nationally in assists and closes out her career as the school leader with 48. She finishes second in scoring on the all-time charts with 144 points. Ventriglia is named “Coach of the Year.” 1998: Army suffers through its first losing season in school history, but still manages to earn a berth to the Patriot League Tournament for the eighth straight year. Its postseason stay is brief after No. 1 Navy eliminates the Black Knights in the opening round. Junior Shannon Stein highlights Army’s three all-star picks by earning first team honors. 1999: The Black Knights clinch a berth to the Patriot League Tournament after upsetting five-time defending champion Colgate in the regular-season finale to snap a 10-game losing streak to the Raid-

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ers. The Black Knights take Navy into OT before bowing in the opening round of the tournament to finish just under .500 (9-10-1). Though failing to reach the tournament finals for just the third time in league history, five Black Knights earn all-star honors and Ventriglia is tabbed “Coach of the Year” for the fourth time. Stein, Kerry Loughman and Abby Rollman are first team picks. 2000: Army jumps out to an impressive 5-1 start, but injuries plague the Black Knights in the second half of the season. For the first time in Patriot League history, Army fails to clinch a playoff berth. Emily Nay and Randee Farrell are named to the Military Academies all-tournament team. Nay, Ashley Greaves and Lauren Rowe are selected second team Patriot League all-stars. 2001: The Black Knights defeat perennial Patriot League powerhouse Colgate in the season finale to put the finishing touches on their first winning season in four years. Capturing six of its final eight games, Army compiles an 11-7-1 mark and breaks into the final Northeast Regional standings (T10th). Farrell tops Army in scoring with eight goals and 16 points along with ranking among the league leaders. Rowe is selected to the first team all-league squad as a defender, earning the honor for the second straight year. She is also a third team NSCAA and Soccer Buzz Northeast Region pick. 2002: Army caps its finest season in several years with a pair of school records and a Patriot League title. The Black Knights capture their fourth regularseason title and first since 1993. Army (12-3-2) ranks fifth in the nation in goals-against average (0.52) at season’s end after limiting its opponents to a record low nine goals, while standing seventh in shutouts (10). Freshman keeper Morgan Bennett sets a school-record 0.49 GAA to rank No. 5 nationally.

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Eleven games were decided by a goal with Army coming out the winner just twice as the Black Knights played their toughest schedule in school history. Rice (2-1), Minnesota (1-0), Fairfield (2-1), Oregon State (1-0) and Bucknell (1-0) were among Army’s one-goal losses with three of those teams being 2005 NCAA participants. Among Army’s wins were a 2-1 edging of Air Force and a 3-0 blanking of Marist. Senior goalkeeper Rebecca Garcia was named to the 2006 Patriot League all-league squad with her selection to the second unit, the second straight year she garnered postseason honors. Sophomore midfielder Sarah Goss was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 first team. Goss closed the year as Army’s leader with seven points, the first time since 2003 that a sophomore topped the Black Knights in scoring. 2007: Army earned its 14th berth to the Patriot League Tournament with a 3-2-2 mark. The Black Knights went 7-7-3 during the regular season, then suffered a 2-1 overtime heartbreaker to top-seeded Bucknell at the tournament. Sarah Goss, Geralyn Pedicino and Pia White were second team Patriot League all-stars, and freshman goalkeeper Alex Lostetter was selected twice for Patriot League weekly honors. Goss and Elizabeth Betterbed were named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I Team. Goss, a twotime district pick, went on to become the second Black Knight to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America recognition with her selection to the second team. Goss led Army in scoring the past two years, tallying 11 points (5 goals, 1 assist). Lostetter posted an 0.92 goals-against average recording a 6-6-3 mark. Army and Air Force battled to a 0-0 overtime draw for the first tie in the series. 2008: Army’s magical ride to the NCAA Championship was the final feather in the cap of head coach Gene Ventriglia, who, before the season, announced that 2008 would be his last. After being voted to his sixth Patriot League coach of the year honor, Ventriglia led the Black Knights through a wild postseason tournament run. After narrowly surviving a 5-4 penalty kick shootout with Bucknell in the conference semifinals, Army dispatched top-seeded Navy on its home turf, 1-0, in a heart-wrenching double-overtime championship game. While the Cinderella story ended in the first round of the NCAAs at heavily favored Virginia with a 2-0 loss, nothing could tarnish what the underdog Black Knights had come together to accomplish during the season (12-6-3). Army’s 12 shutouts were one shy of the school record. Four players were accorded all-league selections including Dymon Washington, a first team pick who finished with 17 points (7g, 3a). Senior Sarah Goss, junior Elizabeth Betterbed and sophomore Alex Lostetter all landed on the second team. Goss, chosen the MVP of the Patriot League Tournament, was named to Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region’s Third Team along with earning her second straight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America certificate from CoSIDA in being named to the first team. Betterbed joined Goss as a first team Aca-

SOCCER demic All-American. It is the first time Army has had two players earn this honors in a season. Three Black Knights were named to the CoSIDA All-District I Team (first time in school history) with Goss, earning honors for the third straight year, and Betterbed for the second time. Both were named to the first team with Caroline Miller selected for third team honors. Army ranked among the national leaders in shutouts (17th-0.571); saves percentage (33rd0.850); and goals-against average (47th-.814). The team’s won-loss-tied percentage of .667 ranked 58th nationally. 2009: Army posted its first-ever win over Saint Louis University and Hartford under first-year coach Stefanie Golan, but the Black Knights came up short of earning a bid to the Patriot League Tournament. Liz Betterbed and Caitlyn Gallagher were named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict I team (University Division) as first and second team honorees, respectively. It was the ninth straight year Army has earned this honor. Betterbed repeated as a first team Academic All-American. Betterbed was a Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-American who won the fan voting and was one of five chosen for first team honors. She was a Rhodes Scholarship winner and graduated No. 1 in her class - just the second female in West Point history to accomplish that feat. Switched from defender to midfielder, Betterbed led Army in scoring with 10 points (3-4) along with a pair of game winners. GKLostetter’s four shutouts moved her into first place on Army’s career list with 20 solo efforts. 2010: Picked seventh in the preseason Patriot League poll, Army defied the odds and served as host and top seed of the tournament after winning the tie-breaker with Bucknell, who co-shared the regular-season title. Army reached the championship game and had three players named to the alltournament team. The Black Knights ranked No. 1 nationally in goals-against average, shutout percentage and save percentage, while shattering the school record for shutouts (16) that had been on the books since 1993 en route to authoring a 14-4-3 mark. Ranking as high as third in the Mid-Atlantic Region, Army had five players tabbed for Patriot League all-star honors with M Kim An, D Molly McGuigan and D Julia Stallard named to the first team. The Black Knights claimed three major awards with An named Rookie of the Year, McGuigan the Defensive Player and Stefanie Golan Coach of the Year in just her second season. Julia Stallard was named to the Patriot League’s inaugural All-Academic Team. She was a Scholar All-East Region (third team) by the National Soccer Coaches Association of American (NSCAA). McGuigan and An were named to the National Soccer Association of America (NSCAA)/Performance Subaru Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region first team. Lostetter closed out her career as Army’s all-time leader in shutouts with 31 solo and 34 combined and tied the Patriot League mark of 31. In the final NCAA rankings, she listed second in GAA and save percentage. .

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Holly Pedley authored the most prolific freshman campaign in Army women’s soccer history with her 52 points in 1994.

A first team selection at the Division II level in 1988, Miller helped the Black Knights to a national ranking of 20th and their first postseason berth in her senior season (1988). Army earned the right to host a first-round contest in the ECAC Tournament that fall. The dangerous forward from St. Louis, Mo., played a major role in the school’s 13 wins that year. The Black Knights climbed as high as fifth in the national rankings and first in the Northeast Region. Miller was part of Army’s first soccer recruiting class, competing with the Black Knights’ club-level squad her freshman season in 1985. She recorded her only collegiate hat trick in Army’s second varsity contest with three goals opposite Dickinson College in 1986.

Army’s only Division I NSCAA AllAmerican, Pedley was named to the second team squad in 1994 after a record-setting freshman campaign. Pedley, a member of the Army Sports Hall of Fame class of 2005, scored 17 goals and registered 52 points in her first collegiate campaign. The nifty striker posted a hat trick against Monmouth in leading the Black Knights in almost every offensive category that year. Pedley’s 52 points is still a single-season school record and placed the plebe eighth nationally in scoring. Included among her plethora of athletic achievements that season is a 2-1 win over arch-rival Navy in the inaugural meeting between the two service academies. Pedley was a first team all-league choice and the loop’s “Rookie of the Year” and “Offensive Player of the Year”.

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SOCCER BUZZ NORTHEAST REGION Year Name ..................................................Team 1996 Kerry Loughman ...........................2nd team 1997 Holly Pedley ................................... 1st team Kerry Loughman ............................3rd team 1998 Shannon Stein ...............................3rd team 1999 Kerry Loughman ...........................2nd team Shannon Stein ...............................3rd team 2001 Lauren Rowe..................................3rd team 2002 Lauren Rowe.................................. 1st team Delaney Brown ..............All-Freshman team 2004 Delaney Brown ..............................3rd team Devon Collins .................All-Freshman team 2005 Delaney Brown .............................2nd team 2008 Sarah Goss ....................................3rd team

Name ................................................Team Carla Miller .................................. 1st team Deneil LoGiudice ........................2nd team Kate Regan .................................2nd team Alexis Albano ..............................2nd team Tara Williams ..............................2nd team Holly Pedley ................................. 1st team Alexis Albano ..............................2nd team Kate Pendry ................................2nd team Alexis Albano ..............................2nd team Holly Pedley ................................. 1st team Holly Pedley ................................. 1st team Kerry Loughman ..........................3rd team Lauren Rowe................................3rd team Lauren Rowe................................ 1st team Delaney Brown ............................3rd team Delaney Brown ...........................2nd team

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Name ...........................................Team Kelly Demers .........Honorable Mention Holly Pedley ............................ 1st team

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NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-EAST REGION Year 2004 2005 2010

Name .........................................Team Delaney Brown ....................2nd team Delaney Brown ..................... 1st team Julie Jorgensen ..................... 1st team Julia Stallard ...................... 3rd team

Name Holly Pedley

Julia Stallard is the third Army player named an NSCAA Scholar All-East Region with her selection to the third team.

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Name ....................................... Team Julie Jorgensen ................... 3rd team Julie Jorgensen ....................1st team Sarah Goss ........................ 2nd team Sarah Goss ..........................1st team Elizabeth Betterbed ............1st team Elizabeth Betterbed ............1st team ECAC ROBBINS SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

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Deneil LoGiudice .....................157 (1988-91) Holly Pedley ............................ 144 (1994-97) Selina DeViney ....................... 133 (1989-92) Alexis Albano .......................... 130 (1992-95) Tosie LeGrand......................... 107 (1990-93) Kerry Loughman ....................... 90 (1996-99) Kate Pendry .............................. 83 (1992-95) Delaney Brown ......................... 73 (2002-05) Holly Fishburne..........................57 (1987-90) Leigh Kosco .............................. 56 (2002-05) GOALS SCORED

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Holly Pedley ...............................48 (1994-97) Tosie LeGrand........................... 43 (1990-93) Selina DeViney ......................... 29 (1989-92) Kerry Loughman ....................... 28 (1996-99) Kate Pendry .............................. 25 (1992-95) Deneil LoGiudice .......................23 (1988-91) Tara Williams .............................21 (1990-93) Emily Nay ..............................19 (1999-2002) Alexis Albano .............................18 (1992-95) Delaney Brown ......................... 15 (2002-05) Abby Rollman ........................15 (1999-2002) GAME-WINNING GOALS

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Deneil LoGiudice .......................20 (1988-91) Selina DeViney ..........................17 (1989-92) Alexis Albano .............................16 (1992-95) Holly Pedley ...............................13 (1994-97) Kate Pendry ...............................11 (1992-95) Tosie LeGrand..............................9 (1990-93) Leigh Kosco .................................8 (2002-05) Kerry Loughman ..........................8 (1996-99) 9. Delaney Brown ............................7 (2002-05) Jen Pascucci ................................7 (2002-05) Kelly Schachtler...................... 7 (1999-2002) Randee Farrell ........................ 7 (1998-2001) Sally Harrington ........................... 7 (1994-97) Tara Williams ............................... 7 (1994-97) Holly Fishburne............................ 7 (1987-90)

Mary Kidd ............................ 449 (1996-99) Kristine Beardsley ............... 356 (1989-91) Beach Sachse...................... 269 (1987-89) Alex Lostetter ........................277 (2007-10) Michele Russell ................... 258 (1994-95) MINUTES PLAYED

Deneil LoGiudice .......................67 (1988-91) Alexis Albano ............................ 56 (1992-95) Selina DeViney ......................... 52 (1989-92) Holly Pedley ...............................48 (1994-97) Tosie LeGrand........................... 32 (1990-93) Kerry Loughman ........................31 (1996-99) Delaney Brown ......................... 29 (2002-05) Kate Pendry .............................. 29 (1992-95) 9. Holly Fishburne..........................24 (1987-90) 10. Jen Pascucci ............................. 19 (2002-05)

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Mary Kidd .........................6,584 (1996-99) Alex Lostetter .................... 5,841 (2007-10) Kristine Beardsley ............ 4,723 (1989-91) Rebecca Garcia ................4,238 (2003-06) Annah Castellini ............... 4,077 (1990-93) GOALS-AGAINST AVG. Annah Castellini ................. 0.71 (1990-93) Alex Lostetter .......................0.76 (2007-10) Morgan Bennett ................. 1.00 (2002-04) Kristine Beardsley .............. 1.05 (1989-91) Rebecca Garcia .................. 1.15 (2003-06) SHUTOUTS (SOLO)

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Alex Lostetter, who recorded 11 shutouts in 2008 and 2010, is the school’s all-time leader with 34 (31 solo).

Alex Lostetter .......................... 31 (2007-10) Kristine Beardsley ..................19 (1989-91) Mary Kidd ...............................19 (1996-99) Annah Castellini ....................14 (1991-93) Beach Sachse ........................12 (1987-88)

ARMY CAREER HAT TRICKS (23) Lori Nickerson ............................................ vs. RPI (9/6/86) .............................................................3 goals Carla Miller ................................................. vs. Dickinson (9/13/86) ................................................3 goals Donna Johansen ........................................ vs. Utica College (9/28/86) ...........................................3 goals Sarah Bennett ............................................ vs. Siena (9/14/87) .......................................................3 goals Becky Kanis ................................................ vs. La Salle (10/1/88) ...................................................3 goals Deneil LoGiudice ........................................ vs. St. John’s (9/12/89) ................................................4 goals Deneil LoGiudice ........................................ vs. Manhattanville (10/16/89)......................................3 goals Deneil LoGiudice ........................................ vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) .................................................6 goals Deneil LoGiudice ........................................ vs. American Int’l (10/23/90) .......................................4 goals Deneil LoGiudice ........................................ vs. Manhattan (10/28/91) ............................................4 goals Mary Ashworth ........................................... vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ..................................................4 goals Alexis Albano .............................................. vs. Columbia (9/28/93) .................................................3 goals Alexis Albano .............................................. vs. Maine (10/23/93) ....................................................3 goals Alexis Albano .............................................. vs. Colgate (10/31/93) ..................................................3 goals Holly Pedley ................................................ vs. Monmouth (9/20/94) ..............................................3 goals Emily Harrington ......................................... vs. Fordham (9/13/95) ..................................................4 goals Alexis Albano .............................................. vs. Lafayette (9/16/95) .................................................4 goals Emily Harrington ......................................... vs. Iona (10/13/95) .......................................................3 goals Holly Pedley ................................................ vs. Marist (9/3/97).........................................................3 goals Kerry Loughman ......................................... vs. Air Force (10/5/97) ..................................................3 goals Kelly Schachtler.......................................... vs. Wagner (9/6/99) ......................................................3 goals Randee Farrell ............................................ vs. Albany (9/4/01) ........................................................3 goals Jen Pascucci ............................................... vs. Manhattan (9/18/02) ..............................................3 goals ARMY CAREER FIRSTS First Goal (Div. II) ....................................................................... 9/6/86 vs. RPI (Donna Johansen at 2:26) First Goal (Div. I) ...................................................... 9/1/90 vs. St. Bonaventure (Tara Williams at 18:39) First Win (Div. II) ............................................................................................................ 9/6/86 vs. RPI (9-1) First Win (Div. I) ........................................................................................9/1/90 vs. St. Bonaventure (4-1) First Shutout ......................................................................................................9/10/86 vs. Siena (3-0, OT) First Hat Trick ..............................................................................................9/6/86 vs. RPI (Lori Nickerson) Quickest Goal (Beginning of Game) .................................. 9/16/91 vs. Carleton (Michelle Meier at 0:27) Quickest Goal (After Halftime)............................................... 10/16/94 vs. SMU (Alexis Albano at 45:32)

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GOALS IN A SEASON 1. Deneil LoGiudice .............................21 (1990) 2. Holly Pedley ..................................... 17 (1994) Alexis Albano ................................... 17 (1993) 4. Alexis Albano ...................................16 (1994) Selina DeViney ................................16 (1992) Deneil LoGiudice ............................. 16 (1991) 7. Kerry Loughman .............................. 15 (1997) Deneil LoGiudice .............................15 (1989) Deneil LoGiudice .............................15 (1988) Julie Signorelli .................................15 (1988) ASSISTS IN A SEASON 1. Holly Pedley .....................................18 (1994) 2. Holly Pedley ..................................... 14 (1997) 3. Tosie LeGrand..................................13 (1993) Selina DeViney ................................13 (1990) Tosie LeGrand..................................13 (1990) 6. Tosie LeGrand..................................11 (1992) 7. Kerry Loughman ..............................10 (1999) Abby Rollman ...................................10 (1999) 9. Kerry Loughman ................................ 9 (1996) Kerry Loughman ................................ 9 (1997) Holly Pedley ....................................... 9 (1996) Kate Pendry ....................................... 9 (1994) SAVES IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Michele Russell ............................. 171 (1995) Kim Knur ........................................ 160 (1986) Beach Sachse................................ 158 (1987) Kristine Beardsley ......................... 141 (1989) Mary Kidd ...................................... 140 (1997) Mary Kidd ......................................139 (1996) Kristine Beardsley .........................122 (1990) Mary Kidd ...................................... 103 (1998) Annah Castellini .............................. 97 (1992) Annah Castellini .............................. 96 (1993) Sarah Johnson................................. 96 (2000) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Alex Lostetter ................................ 0.25 (2010) Morgan Bennett ...........................0.49 (2002) Annah Castellini ...........................0.60 (1993) Kristine Beardsley ........................ 0.80 (1991) Annah Castellini ...........................0.90 (1992) Alex Lostetter ................................ 0.92 (2007)

RECORDS BY CLASS Senior Records Goals Deneil LoGiudice Assists Holly Pedley Points Selina DeViney

1991 1997 1992

16 14 39

Sophomore Records Goals Alexis Albano Assists Selina DeViney Points Kerry Loughman

1993 1990 1997

17 15 39

Junior Records Goals Deneil LoGiudice Assists Tosie LeGrand Points Deneil LoGiudice

1990 1992 1990

21 11 48

Freshman Records Goals Holly Pedley Assists Holly Pedley Points Holly Pedley

1994 1994 1994

17 18 52

ARMY LEADERS YEAR-BY-YEAR GOALS SCORED 1986 Julie Signorelli ................................15 1987 Sarah Bennett .................................. 9 1988 Deneil LoGiudice ............................15 1989 Deneil LoGiudice ............................15 1990 Deneil LoGiudice ............................ 21 1991 Deneil LoGiudice ............................ 16 1992 Selina DeViney ............................... 16 1993 Alexis Albano .................................. 17 1994 Holly Pedley .................................... 17 1995 Alexis Albano .................................. 14 1996 Holly Pedley .................................... 14 1997 Kerry Loughman .............................15 1998 Kerry Loughman ............................... 3 Diane Russell.................................... 3 1999 Kelly Schachtler................................ 7 2000 Lauren Rowe..................................... 4 Abby Rollman .................................... 4 2001 Randee Farrell .................................. 8 2002 Delaney Brown ................................. 8 Leigh Kosco ...................................... 8 2003 Tina Connors .................................... 5 2004 Delaney Brown ................................. 7 2005 Delaney Brown ............................... 10 2006 Sarah Goss ....................................... 3 2007 Sarah Goss ....................................... 5 2008 Dymon Washington ......................... 7 2009 Liz Betterbed .................................... 3 2010 Kim An ............................................. 9 ASSISTS 1986 Julie Signorelli .................................. 7 1987 Lori Nickerson .................................. 4 1988 Becky Kanis ...................................... 8 Deneil LoGiudice .............................. 8 1989 Selina DeViney ................................. 7 1990 Selina DeViney ...............................13 Tosie LeGrand.................................13 1991 Tosie LeGrand................................... 6 Deneil LoGiudice .............................. 6 Tara Williams .................................... 6 1992 Tosie LeGrand.................................11 1993 Tosie LeGrand.................................13 1994 Holly Pedley ....................................18 1995 Holly Pedley ...................................... 7 1996 Kerry Loughman ............................... 9 Holly Pedley ...................................... 9 1997 Holly Pedley .................................... 14 1998 Jen Gibson ........................................ 5 1999 Kerry Loughman ............................. 10 Abby Rollman .................................. 10 2000 Emily Nay .......................................... 4 2001 Emily Nay .......................................... 5 2002 Emily Nay .......................................... 8 2003 Claudia Keen .................................... 3 Alison Mulnix .................................... 3 2004 Jen Pascucci ..................................... 5 2005 Pia White ........................................... 6 2006 Silvia Longo ...................................... 2

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Amelia Janoski ................................. 3 Ashleigh Sheets ................................ 4 Liz Betterbed .................................... 4 Kim An, Caroline Rice ..................... 3

POINTS 1986 Julie Signorelli ............... 37 (15G, 7A) 1987 Lori Nickerson ................. 20 (8G, 4A) 1988 Deneil LoGiudice ...........38 (15G, 8A) 1989 Deneil LoGiudice ...........33 (15G, 3A) 1990 Deneil LoGiudice ...........48 (21G, 6A) 1991 Deneil LoGiudice ...........38 (16G, 6A) 1992 Selina DeViney ..............39 (16G, 7A) 1993 Alexis Albano ................. 37 (17G, 3A) 1994 Holly Pedley .................52 (17G, 18A) 1995 Alexis Albano .................33 (14G, 5A) 1996 Holly Pedley ................... 37 (14G, 9A) 1997 Kerry Loughman ............39 (15G, 4A) 1998 Jen Gibson ......................... 7 (1G, 5A) 1999 Kerry Loughman ............22 (6G, 10A) 2000 Lauren Rowe.................... 10 (4G, 2A) Abby Rollman ................... 10 (4G, 2A) 2001 Randee Farrell ................. 16 (8G, 0A) 2002 Delaney Brown ................ 21 (8G, 5A) 2003 Alison Mulnix ................... 11 (4G, 3A) 2004 Delaney Brown ................ 17 (7G, 3A) 2005 Delaney Brown ..............25 (10G, 5A) 2006 Sarah Goss ........................ 7 (3G, 1A) 2007 Sarah Goss ...................... 11 (5G, 1A) 2008 Dymon Washington ......... 17 (7G, 3A) 2009 Liz Betterbed ................... 10 (3G, 4A) 2010 Kim An ............................ 21 (9G, 3A) GOALIE LEADERS ....(Min./Svs/Sho/GAA) 1986 Kim Knur .............1,494/160/8/1.60 1987 Beach Sachse.....1,611/158/4/1.50 1988 Beach Sachse....... 1,746/90/9/1.00 1989 Kristine Beardsley ...1,695/141/8/1.10 1990 Kristine Beardsley ...1,514/122/9/1.10 1991 Kristine Beardsley .. 1,514/93/11/0.80 1992 Annah Castellini ... 1,957/97/7/0.90 1993 Annah Castellini 1,839/96/13/0.60 1994 Michele Russell ....1,333/87/4/1.90 1995 Michele Russell .. 1,835/171/4/1.50 1996 Mary Kidd ........ 1,782/139/11/1.40 1997 Mary Kidd ...........1,915/140/8/1.30 1998 Mary Kidd .......... 1,756/103/3/1.60 1999 Mary Kidd ............. 1,101/67/3/1.23 2000 S.Johnson ............. 1,419/96/2/1.90 2001 S. Johnson ............1,620/61/7/1.00 2002 M. Bennett ............1,285/48/7/0.49 2003 M. Bennett ............1,040/56/1/1.30 2004 D. Collins .................. 990/43/2/1.00 2005 R. Garcia ...............1,701/86/7/0.95 2006 R. Garcia ............... 1,594/95/2/1.41 2007 A. Lostetter ..................1,462/69/5/0.92 2008 A. Lostetter ................1,697/86/11/0.80 2009 A. Lostetter .................. 1,260/75/4/1.07 2010 A. Lostetter ................1,422/47/11/0.25

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POINTS IN A SEASON 1. Holly Pedley .....................................52 (1994) 2. Deneil LoGiudice .............................48 (1990) 3. Kerry Loughman ..............................39 (1997) Selina DeViney ................................39 (1992) 5. Alexis Albano ...................................38 (1994) Deneil LoGiudice .............................38 (1991) Deneil LoGiudice .............................38 (1988) 8. Holly Pedley .....................................37 (1996) Alexis Albano ...................................37 (1993) Julie Signorelli .................................37 (1986)

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Category ........................................................................ Most Points ...................................................................37 Most Goals................................................................... 15 Most Assists ................................................................. 7 Most Saves .................................................................. 29 Most Shutouts .................................................................. Lowest Goals-Against Average ........................................ Largest Margin of Victory ............................................ 14 Largest Margin of Defeat ............................................. 9 Fewest Points Allowed ................................................ 0 Longest Winning Streak................................................... Longest Unbeaten Steak ................................................. Longest Winless Streak ................................................... Longest Home Winning Streak........................................ Longest Home Unbeaten Streak ..................................... Longest Home Losing Streak .......................................... Longest Road Winning Streak ......................................... Longest Road Losing Streak............................................ Longest Road Winless Streak ......................................... Overtime Matches ............................................................ Consecutive Ties .............................................................. Consecutive Shutouts ...................................................... Victories ............................................................................ Fewest Victories ............................................................... Highest Winning Percentage ........................................... Lowest Winning Percentage ............................................

Match ...................................................Season vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ................. 189 (1992) vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ....................70 (1992) vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ....................54 (1990) vs. Dartmouth (10/2/87) ...............178 (1995) ........................................................... 16 (2010) ........................................................0.27 (2010) (15-1) vs. St. Peter’s ...........................(9/5/92) (9-0) at Keene St. .......................... (10/24/87) (16 shutouts) .................................... 19 (2010) ...........................................................14 (1993) ...........................................................18 (1993) .......................................................... 11 /2006) ............................................................. 9 (1989) ...........................................................10 (1993) ............................................................. 5 (1998) ...........................................................11 (1993) ............................................................. 4 (2000) ..................................................5 (1986, 1998) ............................................................. 6 (2008) ............................................................. 3 (1987) ............................................................. 9 (1993) ...........................................................20 (1993) ..................................................4 (1998/2006) ..........................................932 [20-1-1] (1993) .........................................................237 (1998)

Army captured its second Patriot League title in 2008 along with its first trip to the NCAA Tournament.

MATCH HIGHS Points .................................................................................. Goals-Assists 1. 12 ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) ...........................6-0 2. 8 ..... Holly Pedley vs. Marist (9/3/97) ...........................................3-2 ..... Alexis Albano vs. Lafayette (9/16/95) ..................................4-0 ..... Emily Harrington vs. Fordham (9/13/95) .............................4-0 ..... Mary Ashworth vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ................................4-0 ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. Manhattan (10/28/91).......................4-0 ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. American Int’l (10/23/90) ..................4-0 ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. St. John’s (9/12/89) ...........................4-0 Goals 1. 6 ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) 2. 4 ..... Alexis Albano vs. Lafayette (9/16/95) ..... Emily Harrington vs. Fordham (9/13/95) ..... Mary Ashworth vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. Manhattan (10/28/91) ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. American Int’l (10/23/90) ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. St. John’s (9/12/89) 8. 3 ..... 16 tied - last time, Jen Pascucci vs. Manhattan (9/18/02) Assists 1. 4 ..... Selina DeViney vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) ..... Abby Rollman vs. Wagner (9/6/99) ..... Tosie LeGrand vs. Bucknell (10/2/93) 4. 3 ..... Holly Pedley vs. Lafayette (9/16/95) ..... Alexis Albano vs. Lafayette (9/17/94) ..... Alexis Albano vs. Lehigh (10/10/92) ..... Deneil LoGiudice vs. St. John’s (9/27/88) Saves 1. 29 ..... Beach Sachse vs. Dartmouth (10/2/87) 2. 25 ..... Michele Russell vs. Campbell (9/2/95) ..... Kim Knur vs. Dartmouth (9/21/86) 4. 17 ..... Kristine Beardsley vs. Yale (10/30/90) ..... Kristine Beardsley vs. St. John’s (9/12/90) 6. 16 ..... 5 tied - last time, Mary Kidd vs. Colgate (11/10/96)

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GF 47 36 54 44 181

GA 26 36 20 29 111

Coach Gene Ventriglia Gene Ventriglia Gene Ventriglia Gene Ventriglia

Team Captain(s) Natalie Conroe, Lynn Sprague Kim Knur, Karen Weglinski Kate Regan Kelly Demers

1990 14 5 0 .737 1991 15 5 1 .738 1992 17 4 1 .795 1993 20 1 1 .932 1994 14 7 0 .667 1995 9 9 1 .500 1996 15 7 0 .682 1997 16 6 0 .727 1998 4 14 1 .237 1999 9 10 1 .475 Decade Record: 133-68-6 (.657)

63 52 70 55 65 38 44 57 19 33 496

19 16 20 13 38 32 32 29 33 26 258

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Holly Fishburne Jennifer Cahill Lisa Pais Tara Williams Deidre Spence Alexis Albano, Kate Pendry Tina Encarnacao Cathy Loughman, Holly Pedley Jen Gibson Kerry Loughman, Cheryl Mitchell

2000 8 11 0 .421 2001 11 7 1 .605 2002 12 3 2 .765 2003 9 10 0 .474 2004 8 8 4 .500 2005 12 6 1 .658 2006 4 12 2 .278 2007 7 8 3 .472 2008 12 6 3 .643 2009 7 10 2 .421 Decade Record: 90-81-18 (.524)

21 31 40 25 27 35 16 15 18 14 242

35 19 9 24 35 18 27 19 23 19 228

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Ashley Greaves, Diana Russell Randee Farrell, Laura Schroeder Kelly Schachtler Donielle Taylor, Michelle Veach Emily Cook Julie Jorgensen Silvia Longo, Maria Schmitz Elizabeth Costello Sarah Goss, Caroline Miller Kaitlin Ellison, Brittany Fearnside

2010 14 4 3 .738 Decade Record: 14-4-3 (.545)

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TOTALS: 288-178-34 (.610)

PROGRAM MILESTONES First Win Sept. 6, 1986 vs. RPI, 9-1 First Home Win Sept. 10, 1986 vs. Siena, 3-0 (OT) First Patriot League Game Sept. 30, 1990 vs. Colgate, 3-2 L First Patriot League Win Oct. 6, 1990 vs. Lafayette, 9-1 First NCAA Tournament Appearance Nov. 14, 2008 #16 Virginia, 2-0 First Division I Win Sept. 1, 1990 vs. St. Bonaventure, 4-1 50th Win Sept 14, 1990 vs. Iona, 3-1 100th Win Sept. 21, 1993 vs. Fordham, 7-0 200th Win Sept. 8, 2002 vs. Air Force, 2-0 250th Win Oct. 20, 2007 vs. Holy Cross, 2-1

ALL-TIME STATISTICS & RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

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Goals 6, Deneil LoGiudice vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) Assists 4, Three times, last by Abby Rollman vs. Wagner (9/6/99) Points 12, Deneil LoGiudice vs. Lafayette (10/6/90) Saves 29, Beach Sachse vs. Dartmouth (10/2/87)

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Points

Victories 20, 1993 Defeats 14, 1998 Fewest Defeats 1, 1993 Ties 4, 2004 Winning Percentage .932 (20-1-1), 1993 Goals 70, 1992 Assists 55, 1990 Points 189, 1992 Fewest Points Allowed 19, 2010 Games Played 22 (4 Times), last 1997 Shutouts 16, 2010 Consecutive Shutouts 9, 1993 Consecutive Wins 14, 1993 Unbeaten String 18, 1993

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Game Goals Assists Points Saves

15, vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) 7, vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) 37, vs. St. Peter’s (9/5/92) 29, vs. Dartmouth (10/2/87)

Assists Points Saves Shutouts

Net. Min GAA

21, Deneil LoGiudice, 1990 17, Holly Pedley, 1994 17, Alexis Albano, 1993 18, Holly Pedley, 1994 14, Holly Pedley, 1997 52, Holly Pedley, 1994 48, Deneil LoGiudice, 1990 171, Michele Russell, 1995 160, Kim Knur, 1986 13, Annah Castellini, 1993 11, Mary Kidd, 1996 11, Kristine Beardsley, 1991 11, Alex Lostetter, 2008/2010 1957, Annah Castellini, 1992 1915, Mary Kidd, 1997 0.49, Morgan Bennett (2002) 0.60, Annah Castellini, 1993

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67, Deneil LoGiudice (1989-91) 56, Alexis Albano (1992-95) 52, Selina DeViney (1989-92) 48, Holly Pedley (1994-97) 43, Tosie LeGrand (1990-93) 29, Selina DeViney (1989-92) 157, Deniel LoGiudice (1988-91) 144, Holly Pedley (1994-97) 133, Selina DeViney (1989-92)

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Shutouts

GAA

20, Deneil LoGiudice (1988-91) 17, Selina DeViney (1989-92) 16, Alexis Albano (1992-95) 449, Mary Kidd (1996-99) 356, Kristine Beardsley (1989-91) 277, Alex Lostetter (2007-10) 269, Beach Sachse (1987-89)

34 (31 solo), Alex Lostetter (2007-10) 29 (14 solo), Annah Castellini (1990-93) 28, Kristine Beardsley (1989-91) 25, Mary Kidd (1996-99) 0.71, Annah Castellini (1990-93) 0.75, Alex Lostetter (2007-2010) 1.00, Morgan Bennett (2002-04)

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Year W L T Pct. 1986 9 6 3 .583 1987 9 7 3 .553 1988 13 7 0 .650 1989 15 5 1 .738 Decade Record: 46-25-7 (.635)


POSTSEASON RECORD BOOK

2011 1988 ECAC Division II Tournament Semifinal: 11/6 – West Point, N.Y. N.H. College 0 0 0 1 - 1 Army 0 0 0 0 - 0 Scoring: NHC - Short, 115:09 Shots: Army 12, NHC 11 Saves: Army 10; NHC 8 1989 ECAC Division II Tournament Semifinal: 11/5 – Manchester, N.H. Army 1 0 - 1 N.H. College 1 2 - 3 Scoring: A - Blunt, 23:00; NHC - Fitzpatrick, 38:30; NHC - Petretta, 75:30; NHC - Fitzpatrick, 85:00 Shots: Army 14, NC 22 Saves: Army 14, NHC 9 1991 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/2 – West Point, N.Y. Bucknell 0 0 - 0 Army 3 1 - 4 Scoring: A - DeViney (G. Meier, LoGiudice), 20:18; A - Souza (DeViney) 22:47; A - LeGrand (LoGiudice, Meier), A - LoGiudice (LeGrand) 61:56 Shots: Bucknell 7, Army 28 Saves: Bucknell 10, Army 4 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/3 – West Point, N.Y. Colgate 1 1 1 1 - 4 Army 1 1 0 0 - 2 Scoring: A - LoGiudice, 5:54; C - Lazris (Belden), 34:36; C - Schaffler (Lazris), 87:12; A - LeGrand (Meier), 89:17; C - Ficker, 100:21; C - Schaffler (Potter), 117:04 Shots: Colgate 18, Army 28 Saves: Colgate 10, Army 7 1992 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 10/31 – West Point, N.Y. Bucknell 0 0 - 0 Army 2 3 - 5 Scoring: A - French, 3:44; A - Albano (DeViney), 26:33; A - DeViney (LeGrand), 57:59; A - DeViney, 63:59; A - Ashworth (Albano), 67:44 Shots: Bucknell 4, Army 14 Saves: Bucknell 5, Army 4 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/1 – West Point, N.Y. Colgate 0 3 - 3 Army 0 1 - 1 Scoring: A - Albano (French), 50:09; C Ficker (Potter), 73:56; C - Ficker (Potter), 79:53; C - Lynch 88:08 Shots: Colgate 11, Army 20 Saves: Colgate 1, Army 9 1993 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 10/30 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 0 3 - 3 Bucknell 2 0 - 2 Scoring: B - Cochi (Gibbons), 20:43; B - McDonnell, 23:12; A - Pendry, 48:05; A - French, 65:01; A - Gabriel (Williams), 78:42 Shots: Army 23, Bucknell 7 Saves: Army 3, Bucknell 13 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 10/31 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 3 1 0 1 - 5 Colgate 0 4 0 0 - 4 Scoring: A - Albano (Pendry), 2:17; A - Williams, 19:53; A - Albano, 22:39; C - Hughes, 68:05; C - Ficker (Barnett), 70:58; C - Pease 78:33; A - Pendry, 84:37; C - Hughes, 85:32; A - Albano (Souza), 112:49 Shots: Army 28, Colgate 21 Saves: Army 11, Colgate 11

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1994 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/5 – Hamilton, N.Y. Lehigh 0 0 - 0 Army 4 1 - 5 Scoring: A - Pedley (Spence), 7:23; A Fiston (Murray), 8:39; A - Albano (Pedley), 23:10; A - M. Meier (S. Harrington, Ashworth), 37:57; A - Pedley (Rowan), 56:31 Shots: Lehigh 4, Army 18 Saves: Lehigh 8, Army 1 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/6 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 0 1 - 1 Colgate 1 2 - 3 Scoring: C - Taylor (Hughes), 42:50; C - Barnett (Hughes), 46:54; C - Hughes, 72:00; A - Spence (Pendry), 77:16 Shots: Army 16, Colgate 16 Saves: Army 7, Colgate 10 1995 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/4 – Lewisburg, Pa. Army 1 0 - 1 Colgate 2 0 - 2 Scoring: A - Pedley (Mitchell), 32:51; C - D’Orazio (Tuthill), 63:24; C - Birgeneau (D’Orazio, Hughes), 79:21 Shots: Army 7, Colgate 19 Saves: Army 15, Colgate 2 1996 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/9 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 2 3 - 5 Bucknell 1 0 - 1 Scoring: A - S. Harrington (C. Loughman), 12:26; B - Ringwood, 28:03; A - Pedley, 30:45; A - Pedley, 78:39; A - C. Loughman (K. Loughman), 85:21: A - Schuble (85:24) Shots: Army 24, Bucknell 7 Saves: Army 4, Bucknell 9 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/10 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 1 0 0 1 0 0 - 2 Colgate 1 0 0 1 0 1 - 3 Scoring: A - K. Loughman (Pedley), 10:19; C - Hughes (D’Orazio, Lohn), 16:46; A Encarnacao (S. Harrington), 109:28; C - D’Orazio (Hughes), 115:40; C - Hughes (Barnett, D’Orazio), 136:01 Shots: Army 16, Colgate 31 Saves: Army 16, Colgate 6 ECAC Championships Quarterfinal: 11/13 – New York City, N.Y. Army 1 0 - 1 Columbia 0 0 - 0 Scoring: Pedley (K. Loughman), 5:54 Shots: Army 14, Columbia 6 Saves: Army 2, Columbia 9 ECAC Championships Semifinal: 11/19 – New Haven, Conn. Army 0 1 0 0 - 1 Colgate 0 1 1 1 - 3 Scoring: A - Pedley, 59:05; C - Barnett, 62:22; C - Hughes (Barnett), 97:00; C Hughes, 111:06 Shots: Army 10, Colgate 21 Saves: Army 14, Colgate 3 1997 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/7 – Hamilton, N.Y. Navy 0 0 - 0 Army 1 0 - 1 Scoring: A - Loughman, 3:55 Shots: Navy 8, Army 10 Saves: Navy 5, Army 4 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/9 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 1 0 - 1 Colgate 4 0 - 4 Scoring: C - Ryan (Jacobs, Dundon),

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12:32; C - Licari (D’Orazio), 23:46; C Jacobs (D’Orazio, Waligunda), 31:32; C - Ryan, 35:52; A - Hughes (Loughman), 40:15 Shots: Army 17, Colgate 13 Saves: Army 6, Colgate 7 ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal: 11/13 – West Point, N.Y. St. John’s 0 0 - 0 Army 1 1 - 2 Scoring: A - Pedley (Loughman), 26:29; A - Loughman (S. Harrington, E. Harrington), 47:19 Shots: St. John’s 10, Army 16 Saves: St. John’s 12, Army 8 ECAC Tournament Semifinal: 11/15 – Philadelphia, Pa. Army 0 1 0 0 - 1 Yale 1 0 1 1 - 3 Scoring: Y - (Gibbons (Fremm), 38:24; A Russell, 88:51; Y - Gibbons, 99:55; Y - Gibbons, 116:15 Shots: Army 10, Yale 20 Saves: Army 10, Yale 7 1998 Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinal: 11/7 – Annapolis, Md. Army 0 0 - 0 Navy 2 0 - 2 Scoring: N - Kipp (Riismandel), 13:13; N Fisher (Solon), 43:48 Shots: Army 4, Navy 16 Saves: Army 5, Navy 2 1999 Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinal: 11/6 – Hamilton, N.Y. Navy 0 1 0 1 - 2 Army 0 1 0 0 - 1 Scoring: N - Sheikh (Solon, Refo), 53:37; A - K. Loughman, 89:40, N - Fisher, 106:56 Shots: Navy 15, Army 21 Saves: Navy 9, Army 7 2002 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/8 – West Point, N.Y. Colgate 1 1 - 2 Army 0 1 - 1 Scoring: C - Kuss (Kelly), 16:15; C - Barrett, 83:41; A - Rowe (Nay), 89:44 Shots: Colgate 14, Army 24 Saves: Colgate 8, Army 2 2003 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/7 – Washington, D.C. Army 0 0 - 0 American 1 0 - 1 Scoring: AU - Gonzalez (Jimenez), 24:54 Shots: Army 3, American 16 Saves: Army 9, American 1 2004 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/5 – Hamilton, N.Y. Army 1 0 0 0 - 1 Colgate 1 0 0 0 - 1 (Colgate def: Army 3-1 in penalty kicks) Scoring: C - Warhaftig (Niland), 19:36; A Domme (Mulnix), 34:46 Shots: Army 13, Colgate 16 Saves: Army 7, Colgate 4 2005 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/4 – Bethlehem, Pa. Army 0 1 - 1 Colgate 0 0 - 0 Scoring: A - Farrell (Longo), 58:41 Shots: Army 9, Colgate 18 Saves: Army 9, Colgate 4 Patriot League Tournament Finals: 11/6 – Bethlehem, Pa. Bucknell 0 3 - 3

Army 0 1 - 1 Scoring: B - Marotta (Curd), 60:10; A - Congemi, 65:30; B - Gentile (Lanctot), 74:56; B - Fitz-Patrick (Dervarics), 80:55 Shots: Bucknell 8, Army 8 Saves: Bucknell 2, Army 3 2007 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/7 – Lewisburg. Pa. Army 0 1 0 - 1 Bucknell 1 0 1 - 2 Scoring: B - Dervarics (Linhart), 22:28; A - Roberts, 71:56; B - Linhart (Holtz), 96:28 Shots: Army 9, Bucknell 13 Saves: Army 4, Bucknell 4 2008 Patriot League Tournament Semifinal: 11/7 - Annapolis, Md. Army 0 0 0 0 Bucknell 0 0 0 0 (Army def. Bucknell 5-4 in penalty kicks) Shots: Army 14, Bucknell 17 Saves: Army 6, Bucknell 5 Patrot League Tournament Finals: 11/9 - Annapolis, Md. Army 0 0 0 1 Navy 0 0 0 0 Scoring: A - White, 105:15 Shots: Army 14, Navy 14 Saves: Army 3, Navy 5.

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Kutztown North Adams State at Stony Brook Dickinson at Siena at Iona Yale Colgate Southampton Dartmouth Albany

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

O10 at LeMoyne O14 Columbia O17 at Holy Cross O22 at Manhattanville O24 at Keene St. O25 at American Int’l O27 at SUNY Oneonta O30 Scranton *Army Invitational

W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-4 W, 6-3 L, 0-9 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 T, 1-1

1988 (13-7) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Kate Regan S10 at Kutztown W, 5-1 S12 Siena W, 2-0 S16 at Bridgeport W, 8-0 S20 at Yale L, 1-3 S22 American Int’l W, 2-1 S24 at Franklin Pierce W, 4-2 S25 at Merrimack L, 1-3 S27 St. John’s W, 3-0 S29 at Southampton L, 1-2 O1 LaSalle W, 5-0 O3 Iona W, 7-0 O5 at Albany W, 3-1 O8 Le Moyne W, 4-0 O10 at Columbia W, 1-0 O13 Springfield W, 1-0 O18 Manhattanville W, 5-0 O21 Buffalo L, 0-3 N16 N. H. Coll.# L, 0-1 (OT) O26 SUNY Oneonta L, 1-2 O29 at Scranton L, 0-1 #ECAC Tournament 1989 (15-5-1) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Kelly Demers S2 S4 S9 S12

at Sonoma St. at Barry College Kutztown St. John’s

L, 0-2 L, 0-8 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 (OT)

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S14 at Iona W, 1-0 S16 George Washington W, 1-0 S19 Yale W, 1-0 S23 Franklin Pierce W, 1-0 S28 Southampton W, 1-0 S30 Bryant W, 6-1 O4 Albany W, 3-0 O7 at LeMoyne W, 1-0 O10 Columbia W, 3-1 (OT) O12 at Springfield W, 3-2 O14 Mercyhurst L, 0-2 O16 at Manhattanville W, 7-0 O19 Adelphi L, 0-4 O24 American Int’l W, 3-1 O28 at LaSalle T, 0-0 (OT) N4 vs. Mercyhurst# W, 2-1 N5 vs. N.H. Coll.# L, 1-3 #ECAC Tournament DIVISION I YEARS 1990 (14-5; 1-2 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Holly Fishburne S1 S7 S8 S12 S14 S17 S21 S30 O3 O6 O7 O9 O13 O16 O19 O23

St. Bonaventure W, 4-1 at Rhode Island# L, 1-2 vs. Maine# W, 4-0 at St. John’s W, 2-0 Iona W, 3-1 Mt. St. Vincent W, 10-0 at Canisius W, 2-0 (OT) at Colgate* L, 2-3 at Albany W, 4-0 at Lafayette* W, 9-1 at Kutztown W, 2-0 at Columbia W, 5-1 Holy Cross* L, 1-2 Southampton L, 1-3 LaSalle W, 2-0 at American Int’l W, 4-0

O25 Springfield O27 LeMoyne O30 at Yale *Patriot League Game #Rhode Island Invitational

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

1991 (15-5-1; 5-0 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Jennifer Cahill S11 St. John’s L, 1-2 S14 Rhode Island L, 0-1 S16 Carleton W, 3-0 S19 at Iona W, 2-1 S21 at Lafayette* W, 3-1 S25 at Stony Brook T, 1-1 (OT) S27 Buffalo W, 3-0 S28 Canisius W, 2-0 O5 at Bucknell* W, 4-0 O8 Columbia W, 3-0 O11 at James Madison# W, 1-0 O13 vs. Texas A&M# L, 0-1 O15 Colgate* W, 1-0 O16 Lehigh* W, 3-0 O19 St. Bonaventure W, 3-1 O23 at Holy Cross* W, 4-2 O26 at LaSalle W, 4-0 O28 Manhattan W, 7-0 O30 Monmouth L, 1-3 N2 Bucknell+ W, 4-0 N3 Colgate+ L, 2-4 (OT) *Patriot League Game #Washington, D.C. +Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.) 1992 (17-4-1; 5-0) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Lisa Pais S5 S7 S12 S13 S16 S19 S22 S25 S27 S29 O2 O3 O6 O10 O13 O17 O23 O24

St. Peter’s Iona at Rhode Island at Boston College at St. John’s Vermont Stony Brook at Buffalo at St. Bonaventure at Columbia Bucknell* Lafayette* Manhattan at Lehigh* at Colgate* Holy Cross* vs. Texas A&M# vs. Arkansas#

W, 15-1 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 W, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 5-1 W, 9-1 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-1

Army’s first team at the Division I level took the field in 1990. The Black Knights posted an impressive 14-5 record that year under head coach Gene Ventriglia.

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O15 at Providence W, 3-1 O17 Lehigh* W, 2-1 O20 Colgate* L, 1-4 O23 at Cornell L, 1-2 (OT) O25 Princeton L, 2-3 (OT) O28 Holy Cross* L, 0-1 O31 at Columbia W, 2-0 N4 vs. Colgate+ L, 1-2 *Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) 1996 (15-7; 5-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Tina Encarnacao

The 1993 team set a school record for wins (20) along with capturing the Patriot League title.

O28 at Monmouth O31 Bucknell+ N1 Colgate+ N6 Air Force *Patriot League Game #Spring, Texas +Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.)

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

1993 (20-1-1; 5-0-1 PL) Patriot League Champions Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Tara Williams S4 vs. Rhode Island^ W, 1-0 S6 at Vermont W, 1-0 S9 at Iona W, 1-0 S12 Siena W, 2-0 S14 St. John’s W, 2-0 S18 at Lafayette* W, 2-0 S19 at Princeton W, 2-0 S21 Fordham* W, 7-0 S25 Buffalo W, 3-0 S28 Columbia W, 3-1 O2 at Bucknell* W, 4-0 O5 at Manhattan W, 3-0 O8 Providence W, 2-1 (OT) O9 Lehigh* W, 2-0 O12 Colgate* T, 1-1 (OT) O16 at Holy Cross* W, 3-1 O22 Fairfield W, 3-1 O23 Maine W, 4-1 O27 Monmouth L, 0-1 (OT) O30 vs. Bucknell+ W, 3-2 O31 vs. Colgate+ W, 5-4 (OT) N6 at Air Force W, 1-0 (OT) *Patriot League Game ^Burlington, Vt. +Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.)

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1994 (14-7; 5-2 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Deidre Spence S3 at New Hampshire S4 at Maine S6 Boston College S9 Iona S10 Vermont S13 at Fordham* S17 Lafayette* S20 Monmouth S24 Navy* S27 at Columbia S30 Bucknell* O5 at Fairfield O8 at Lehigh* O15 vs. Texas A&M# O16 vs. SMU# O18 Rhode Island O22 at Colgate* O25 Princeton O29 Holy Cross* N5 vs. Lehigh+ N6 vs. Colgate+ *Patriot League Game #Houston, Texas +Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.)

W, 3-2 W, 4-2 L, 1-2 W, 5-0 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 W, 7-0 L, 4-5 W, 2-1 W, 4-1 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 4-1 L, 2-3 L, 1-4 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 W, 5-0 L, 1-3

S7 S11 S14 S17 S21 S24 S29 O5 O6 O8 O12 O15 O19 O22 O26 O29 N1 N5 N9

Marist Hofstra at Boston Univ. Bucknell* Navy* at Columbia at New Hampshire vs. St. Peter’s% at Stony Brook% at Central Conn. St. at Lehigh* Lafayette Vermont Cornell at Colgate* Princeton Holy Cross* at Syracuse vs. Bucknell+

W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-4 W, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-7 L, 0-4 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-3 W, 5-1

N10 vs. Colgate+ L, 2-3 N13 vs. Columbia# W, 1-0 N16 vs. Colgate# L, 1-3 *Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.) %Holiday Inn Tournament #ECAC Tournament 1997 (16-6; 5-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Co-Captains: Cathy Loughman, Holly Pedley S3 S7 S9 S13 S14 S20 S23 S27 O1 O3 O5 O8 O11 O14 O18 O24 O26 O28

at Marist at Vermont Central Conn. St. at Lafayette* Monmouth at Navy* Columbia at Bucknell* Syracuse vs. Wright St.% vs. Air Force% at Yale Lehigh* at Cornell Colgate* Holy Cross* New Hampshire at Princeton

W, 7-4 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 0-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 0-4 W, 7-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 W, 4-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1

1995 (9-9-1; 3-3 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Co-Captains: Alexis Albano, Kate Pendry S2 S3 S8 S13 S16 S17 S30 O4 O6 O9 O13

at Campbell at N.C. State Maine Fordham at Lafayette* at Vermont at Bucknell* Fairfield at Navy* New Hampshire Iona

T, 2-2 (OT) L, 0-4 W, 2-0 W, 7-3 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 0-1 L, 1-5 W, 2-1 (OT) L, 0-2 W, 7-0

Tara Williams (#21) captained the 1993 team that set a school record 20-1--1 mark.

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1998 (4-14-1; 2-3-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Jen Gibson S4 Marist W, 1-0 S11 vs. UAB# L, 2-3 (OT) S13 vs. Fordham# W, 4-1 S18 Northeastern L, 0-1 S20 Vermont L, 0-1 S26 Lafayette* W, 6-2 S29 Columbia L, 0-1 O2 vs. Tulsa% L, 0-3 O3 vs. Air Force% L, 2-3 O6 Cornell L, 0-1 (OT) O9 Bucknell* L, 1-2 O14 Monmouth L, 0-2 O17 at Lehigh* W, 1-0 O20 at Yale L, 0-4 O23 at Colgate* L, 2-3 O25 at New Hampshire L, 0-2 O30 Navy* L, 0-2 N1 at Holy Cross* T, 0-0 (OT) N6 vs. Navy+ L, 0-2 *Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) #Columbia Tournament %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) 1999 (9-10-1; 3-2-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Co-Captains: Kerry Loughman, Cheryl Mitchell S5 vs. Buffalo# L, 0-2 S6 vs. Wagner# W, 8-0 S10 vs. Northeastern^ L, 1-2 S12 vs. Brown^ L, 0-1 S15 Hofstra W, 2-1 S19 at Vermont W, 1-0 (OT) S21 Marist W, 4-1 S25 Holy Cross* T, 1-1 (OT) S28 at Columbia L, 0-1 O1 vs. Creighton% L, 1-3 O3 vs. Air Force% W, 2-1 O6 Yale L, 1-2 O8 Lehigh* W, 2-1 O13 at Cornell L, 1-2 O15 at Bucknell* L, 1-2 (OT) O17 at Lafayette* W, 2-1 O22 at Navy* L, 1-3 O26 Siena W, 2-0 O30 Colgate* W, 2-0 N6 vs. Navy+ L, 1-2 (OT) *Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament

Randee Farrell led Army in scoring with 16 points as co-captain in 2001. (Hamilton, N.Y.) #Governor’s Cup Tournament (Albany, N.Y.) ^ECAC Classic (So. Yarmouth, Mass.) %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) 2000 (8-11; 2-4 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Co-Captains: Ashley Greaves, Diane Russell A29 Albany W, 2-0 S2 Rider W, 2-1 S4 Brown L, 0-3 S8 Manhattan W, 1-0 S10 at Holy Cross* W, 2-1 S15 Lafayette W, 1-0 S18 Vermont L, 1-2 (OT) S23 at Lehigh* L, 0-3 S24 at Yale L, 1-4 S29 vs. Evansville% L, 0-3 O1 vs. Air Force% L, 1-2 (OT) O4 at Marist W, 3-0 O7 New Hampshire L, 1-4 O10 Columbia L, 1-2 O14 Bucknell* L, 0-3 O17 Cornell W, 3-1 O21 Navy* L, 0-2 O24 at Siena W, 1-0 O28 at Colgate* L, 1-4 *Patriot League Game %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.)

S25 Yale S28 vs. Wright St.% S30 vs. Air Force% O2 Rider O3 Marist O6 Holy Cross* O8 Stony Brook O10 at Cornell O13 American* O16 Lehigh* O20 at Bucknell* O26 at Navy* N3 Colgate* *Patriot League Game %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.)

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

2002 (12-3-2; 5-1-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Kelly Schachtler A31 S2 S6 S8 S14 S18

at Siena at Albany at St. Louis% vs. Air Force% at Rider Manhattan

T, 1-1 (OT) W, 1-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 8-0

2003 (9-10; 3-4 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captains: Donielle Taylor, Michelle Veach A30 vs. Gardner-Webb+ W, 2-1 S2 Manhattan W, 3-0 S5 vs. Air Force% L, 0-1 S7 vs. Indiana% L, 0-1 S9 at Columbia W, 2-1 S12 Albany^ W, 4-0 S14 Siena^ W, 4-0 S20 Holy Cross* W, 1-0 S23 Lehigh* W, 3-2 (2OT) S26 Rider W, 2-1 S30 Marist L, 0-1 O3 at Navy* L, 0-1 O8 at FDU L, 0-2 O10 at Bucknell* L, 1-4 O15 at Cornell L, 0-4 O17 Colgate* L, 0-2 O24 Lafayette* W, 2-0 N2 at American* L, 1-2 (OT) N7 at American# L, 0-1 *Patriot League Game +High Point Classic (High Point, N.C.) %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) ^Gillette Army Classic (West Point, N.Y.) #Patriot League Tournament (Washington, D.C.)

2001 (11-7-1; 3-4) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Co-Captains: Randee Farrell, Laura Schroeder A31 S2 S4 S7 S17 S22

at Rice at Houston Albany Siena Manhattan at Lafayette*

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

Four-year letterwinner Emily Nay (1999-02) ranks eighth in career assists (19).

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S20 vs. Howard# W, 7-0 S22 at Stony Brook# W, 2-0 S25 at Holy Cross* W, 1-0 S28 at Lehigh* W, 2-0 O1 at Marist W, 4-0 O4 Navy* T, 1-1 (OT) O12 Bucknell* W, 1-0 O19 at Colgate* L, 0-1 O24 at Lafayette* W, 2-0 N2 American* W, 2-1 N8 Colgate+ L, 1-2 *Patriot League Game %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) #Stony Brook Invitational +Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.)

N8 vs. Navy+ W, 1-0 N9 vs. Colgate+ L, 1-4 N13 St. John’s# W, 2-0 N15 vs. Yale# L, 1-3 (OT) *Patriot League Game +Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.) %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) #ECAC Tournament


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2011 2004 (8-8-4; 3-1-3 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Emily Cook A27 Hofstra^ L, 0-2 A29 St. John’s^ L, 1-4 S3 Manhattan W, 2-0 S10 at Rice L, 1-2 (OT) S12 at Texas A&M L, 1-6 S14 Columbia L, 0-1 S17 at St. Louis% L, 0-1 S19 vs. Air Force% W, 3-1 S21 at Rider L, 1-4 S25 at Lehigh* L, 0-3 O1 Navy* W, 1-0 O5 at Marist W, 5-3 O8 Bucknell* T, 1-1 (2OT) O15 at Colgate* T, 1-1 (2OT) O20 Cornell W, 2-1 O23 at Lafayette* W, 1-0 O27 FDU W, 2-1 (OT) O30 American* T, 2-2 (2OT) N1 at Holy Cross* W, 2-1 N5 at Colgate# T, 1-1 (2OT) (lost penalty kick shootout, 3-1) *Patriot League Game ^Army Classic %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) #Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.) 2005 (12-6-1; 5-1-1 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Julie Jorgensen A26 Manhattan^ W, 3-0 A28 Buffalo^ L, 2-3 A30 Albany W, 6-1 S2 at Coastal Carolina! W, 3-1 S4 vs. Charleston So.! W, 2-0 S9 Marist W, 3-0 S16 vs. Air Force% L, 1-2 S18 vs. Duquesne% L, 0-2 S22 Hartford L, 0-1 S30 Holy Cross* W, 3-1 O2 Brown W, 1-0 O7 at Navy* W, 1-0 O8 at American* T, 1-1 (2OT) O21 Bucknell* W, 2-1 O23 Colgate* L, 1-2 (OT) O26 at Lehigh* W, 1-0 O28 Lafayette W, 3-0 N4 vs. Colgate# W, 1-0 N6 vs. Bucknell# L, 1-3 *Patriot League Game ^BAE Systems Classic (West Point, N.Y.) !Big South Challenge (Conway, S.C.) %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) #Patriot League Tournament (Bethlehem, Pa.)

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2006 (4-12-2; 0-5-2 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captains: Silvia Longo, Maria Schmitz A25 Drexel W, 2-0 A30 Fordham W, 2-1 (OT) S1 Rice L, 1-2 S5 at Columbia L, 2-0 S8 vs. Minnesota! L, 0-1 S10 vs. Marist! W, 3-0 S15 Air Force^ W, 2-1 S17 Fairfield^ L, 1-2 S22 at Hartford L, 0-1 S23 Oregon State L, 0-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) S29 at Holy Cross* O1 at Brown L, 1-2 O6 Navy* 0-4 O8 American* L, 1-2 O14 Lehigh T, 1-1 (2OT) O20 at Bucknell* L, 0-1 O22 at Colgate* L, 0-1 O27 at Lafayette* L, 1-2 (OT) *Patriot League Game !Brown Classic (Providence, R.I.) ^BAE Systems Classic (West Point, N.Y.) 2007 (7-8-3; 3-2-2 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captain: Elizabeth Costello A31 Marist S8 Mt. St. Mary’s ! S9 at Duquesne! S14 vs. Air Force% S16 at St. Louis% S18 Iona S21 at Hartford S23 UMBC S25 at Fordham S30 Brown O5 Lafayette* O12 Colgate* O14 Bucknell* O20 Holy Cross* O28 at American* N3 at Lehigh* N5 at Navy* N9 at Bucknell# *Patriot League Game

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

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!Duqesne Tournament (Pittsburgh, Pa.) %Military Academies Classic (St. Louis, Mo.) #Patriot League Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) 2008 (12-6-3; 4-1-2 PL) Head Coach: Gene Ventriglia Captains: Sarah Goss, Caroline Miller A26 NJIT W, 3-1 A28 Sacred Heart! W, 2-1 (2OT) A30 Saint Louis! L, 0-2 S5 vs. Missouir State+ W, 1-0 S7 vs. SE Missouri State+ W, 2-0 S12 at Air Force^ L, 1-3 S14 vs. Colorado College^ L, 0-3 S19 vs. Albany! W, 1-0 S21 vs. Siena! L, 2-3 S26 at Marist W, 2-1 S28 Central Conn State W, 3-0 O4 at Lafayette* W, 2-0 O10 at Colgate* W, 1-0 O12 at Bucknell* W, 1-0 (2OT) O17 at Holy Cross* W, 1-0 O24 Navy* T, 0-0 (2OT) O26 American* T, 0-0 (2OT) O31 Lehigh* L, 0-2 N7 vs. Bucknell# T, 0-0 (2OT) N9 at Navy# W, 1-0 (2OT) N14 at #16 Virginia$ L, 0-2 *Patriot League Game #Patriot League Tournament (1st) !BAE Systems Classic (West Point, N.Y. ^Falcon Invit’l (Colorado Springs, Colo.) +Toys for Tots Tourn. (St. Louis, Mo.) !Governor’s Cup (Albany, N.Y.) $NCAA Regional Tourn (Charlottesville, Va.) 2009 (7-10-2; 2-4-1 PL) Head Coach: Stefanie Golan Captains: Kaitlin Ellison, Brittany Fearnside A21 A28 A30 S4

Maryland NJIT Fordham vs. Stetson+

L, 0-3 W, 3-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-0

S6 at FGCU+ L, 0-3 S11 at Saint Louis W, 1-0 S18 at Iona L, 0-1 S20 Hartford W, 1-0 S24 at Brown L, 0-1 S27 Fairfield W, 2-1 O2 at Lehigh* T, 0-0 (2OT) O4 at Penn L, 0-1 O9 at Navy* L, 0-2 O11 at American* L, 1-2 O15 at Manhattan L, 0-1 O27 Lafayette* W, 1-0 (OT) O22 Bucknell* L, 0-1 O25 Colgate* L, 1-2 O32 Holy Cross* W, 2-1 *Patriot League Game +Embassy Suites Kick-Off Classic (Fort Myers, Fla.) 2010 (14-4-3; 4-0-3 PL) Head Coach: Stefanie Golan Captains: Alex Lostetter, Kelley Robbins A20 A26 A28 S3 S5 S10 S12 S15 S19 S24 S26 O1 O3 O8 O10 O16 O22 O24 O29 N5 N7

at Sacred Heart L, 0-1 at Central Connecticut W, 1-0 at Delaware W, 1-0 Quinnipiac W, 3-0 Manhattan W, 1-0 Marist+ W, 3-0 Vermont+ W, 3-0 Brown L, 1-2 (OT) at Fairfield W, 1-0 at NJIT W, 1-0 at Fordham L, 0-1 Lehigh* W, 1-0 (OT) Penn W, 1-0 Navy* W, 1-0 American* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Lafayette* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Bucknell* W, 2-1 (OT) at Colgate* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Holy Cross* W, 1-0 Colgate# W, 1-0 (OT) Lehigh# L, 0-1

+Black Knight Classic (1st) *Patriot League Game #Patriot League Tournaemnt (West Point, N.Y.)

The Black Knights captured the 2008 Patriot League title and first bid to the NCAA Tournament in school history.

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A-A-A-A-A Acojedo, Christina (2000, 01) ...................... 2002 Albano, Alexis (1992, 93, 94, 95) ................ 1996 Alexander, Paige (2009) ............................... 2013 Allen, Tiffany (2002, 03, 04, 05) ................. 2006 An, Kim (2011) ............................................ 2014 Ashworth, Mary (1992, 93, 94, 95) ............. 1996 B-B-B-B-B Bagley, Stephanie (1995, 96, 97) ................ 1998 Baker, Kristin (1986) .................................... 1990 Barcomb, Jennifer (1993, 94, 95, 96) ........ 1997 Bates, Andrea (2000) ................................... 2004 Beardsley, Kristine (1989, 90, 91) .............. 1993 Bennett, Donna (2011)............................... 2014 Bennett, Morgan (2002, 03, 04) ................. 2006 Bennett, Sarah (1987, 88) ........................... 1991 Betterbed, Elizabeth (2006, 07, 08)............ 2010 Biddick, Drew (2005, 06, 07, 08) ................ 2009 Biddick, Emily (2001, 02, 03, 04)................ 2005 Bier, Rachel (1986) ...................................... 1990 Black, Michelle (1990, 91) ........................... 1993 Blount, Wendy (1989, 90, 91, 92) ............... 1993 Boone, Kelly (2001) ...................................... 2005 Boyle, Mary Erin (2003, 04, 05, 06)............ 2007 Bradley, Alison (1990, 91) ............................ 1994 Brown, Delaney (2002, 03, 04, 05) ............. 2006 Bryan, Candice (2009,10) ............................ 2011 Byrnes, Molly (2005, 06, 07, 08)................. 2009 C-C-C-C-C Cahill, Jennifer (1988, 89, 90, 91) .............. 1992 Castellini, Annah (1991, 92, 93).................. 1994 Cisek, Traci (1987, 88, 89)........................... 1991 Clark, Frances (1999) ................................... 2003 Clegg, Deanna (2008, 09, 10) ................... 2012 Collins, Devon (2004, 05, 06, 07) ............... 2008 Congemi, Jessica (2004, 05, 06, 07) .......... 2008 Connors, Elinor (1997, 98) ........................... 2001 Connors, Christine (2000, 01, 02, 03) ........ 2004 Conroe, Natalie (1986) ................................. 1987 Conroy, Meghan (1998) ................................ 2000 Cook, Emily (2001, 03, 04) .......................... 2005 Costello, Elizabeth (2004, 05, 06, 07) ..........2008 D-D-D-D-D Darby, Kimberly (1986, 87, 88, 89)............. 1990 Demers, Kelly (1986, 87, 88, 89) ................ 1990 DeViney, Selina (1989, 90, 91, 92) ............. 1993 Domme, Sarah (2002, 03, 04, 05) ............. 2006 Dreyfus, Sarah (2002, 03, 04, 05) .............. 2007 E-E-E-E-E Ellison, Kaitlin (2009) ................................... 2010 Emerson, Ashley (2003, 04, 05, 06) ........... 2007 Encarnacao, Tina (1993, 94, 95, 96) .......... 1997 Evey, Kathleen (1996, 97, 98) ..................... 2000 F-F-F-F-F Farrell, Randee (1998, 99, 2000, 01)......... 2002

Kelley Robbins

Leigh Kosco

Farrell, Ronee (2003, 04, 05, 06) ............... 2007 Fearnside, Brittany (2006, 07, 08) .............. 2010 Fishburne, Holly (1987, 88, 89, 90) ............ 1991 Fiston, Elizabeth (1994, 95, 96, 97) ........... 1998 Fitzpatrick, Anne (1998) ............................... 2001 Ford, Andrea (1986, 87) ............................... 1988 Fox, Therese (2006)...................................... 2010 French, Andrea (1991, 92, 93, 94).............. 1995 G-G-G-G-G Gabriel, Patricia (1993, 94, 95) ................... 1997 Gallagher, Caitlyn (2006, 07, 08) ................ 2010 Garcia, Rebecca (2003, 04, 05, 06) ........... 2007 Gibson, Jennifer (1995, 96, 97, 98) ............ 1999 Gordon, Lindsay (2008, 09, 10) ................. 2012 Goss, Sarah (2005, 06, 07, 08)................... 2009 Greaves, Ashley (1997, 98, 99, 2000) ........ 2001 H-H-H-H-H Hagan, Holly (1986) ...................................... 1987 Harrington, Emily (1995, 96, 97, 98) .......... 1999 Harrington, Molly (1998, 99, 2001) ............ 2002 Harrington, Sally (1994, 95, 96, 97) ........... 1998 Hassett, Sandra (1986, 87, 88)................... 1989 Hauf, Suzanne (1990, 91, 92, 93) .............. 1994 Helbling, Erringer (2008. 09, 10) .............. 2012 Hennessy, Shavonne (1999, 2000, 01, 02) .........2003 Hennessey, Susan (1987) ............................ 1991 Hodge, Jodi (1986, 87) ................................. 1988 Hoffman, Erica (1994) .................................. 1996 Hughes, Holly (1992, 93, 94, 95) ................ 1996 Hughes, Jennifer (1997, 98, 99, 2000) ...... 2001 J-J-J-J-J Janick, Lynn (2003, 04, 05, 06) .................. 2007 Janoski, Amelia (2005, 06, 07, 08) ............. 2009 Johansen, Donna (1986, 87, 88) ................ 1989 Johnson, Sara (2000, 01, 02, 03) ............... 2004 Jorgensen, Julie (2002, 03, 04, 05) ............ 2006 K-K-K-K-K Kaila, Christine (2008, 09, 10) ......................2012 Kamrowski, Jennifer (1996, 97, 98) ............ 2000 Kanis, Rebecca (1987, 88, 89).................... 1991 Keen, Claudia (2002, 03, 04, 05) ............... 2006 Kidd, Mary (1996, 97, 98, 99) ..................... 2000 Kinney, Amy (1998, 99, 2000)..................... 2002 Kosco, Caroline Leigh (2002, 03, 04, 05) ............2006 Kotulich, Deborah (1988) ............................ 1990 Knur, Kimberly (1986, 87)............................ 1988 Kracht, Michelle (2001, 02) ......................... 2003

Pia White

LoGiudice, Deneil (1988, 89, 90, 91) ......... 1992 Lohmuller, Christine (2006, 07) ................... 2007 Long, Deborah (1989, 90) ........................... 1992 Longo, Silvia (2003, 04, 05, 06).................. 2007 Lostetter, Alexandra (2007, 08, 09, 10) ...... 2011 Loughman, Catherine (1994, 95, 96, 97)..........1998 Loughman, Karen (1996, 97, 98, 99) ......... 2000 M-M-M-M-M Madden, Amy (1992, 93) ............................ 1996 McGuigan, Molly (2011)............................. 2014 McKechnie, Kelli (1993, 94, 95) ................. 1996 McLaws, Melissa (2009, 10) ..................... 2013 Meier, Gretchen (1991, 92, 93, 94) ............ 1995 Meier, Michelle (1991, 92, 93, 94) ............ 1995 Miller, Carla (1986, 87, 88) .......................... 1989 Miller, Caroline (2005, 06, 07, 08) .............. 2009 Mitchell, Cheryl (1996, 97, 98, 99) ............. 2000 Mitchell, Sonya (1994, 95, 96) .....................1998 Molacek, Joey (2011) ..................................2014 Moss, Jennifer (1999)....................................2003 Mulnix, Alison (2002, 03, 04) .......................2006 Murray, Eileen (1994, 95) ............................1998 N-N-N-N-N Nay, Emily (1999, 2000, 01, 02) ..................2003 Nickerson, Lori (1986, 87) ............................1990 Nguyen, Marilinh (2009, 10) .........................2013 O-O-O-O-O O’Leary, Christine (2006, 07, 08) .................2010 P-P-P-P-P Pais, Lisa (1989, 90, 91, 92) ........................1993 Parchomenko, Angela (1995) .......................1999 Parker, Sarah (1999) .....................................2001 Pascucci, Jennifer (2002, 03, 04, 05)..........2006 Peck, Andrea (1988, 89) ...............................1992 Pedicino, Geralyn (2004, 05, 07) .................2008 Pedley, Holly (1994, 95, 96, 97) ...................1998 Pendry, Katherine (1992, 93, 94, 95) ..........1996 Perovich, Anneliese (2004) ...........................2008

L-L-L-L-L Lee, Monica (2008, 09, 10) ........................ 2012 LeGrand, Tosie (1990, 91, 92, 93) ............. 1994

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Players currently on the Army roster are highlighted in Bold. Non-graduates in Italics. Players listed with the year they graduated. Non-Graduates listed by class with which they entered West Point.


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SOCCER Turnnidge, Carlie (2009, 10) .........................2011 Tien, Karen (1998, 99, 2000, 01) ................2002 Traylor, Nina (2005, 2006) ............................2009 Trezza, Jillian (2001) ......................................2005

U-U-U-U-U Urban, Erica (2001) .......................................2005

V-V-V-V-V Vallette, Elizabeth (1995, 96, 97, 98) ..........1999 Veach, Michelle (2000, 01, 02, 03)..............2004 Venable, Kate (2003, 04, 05, 06) ................2007

W-W-W-W-W Wacker, Katie (2011) ..................................2014 Washington, Dymon (2008) ..........................2012 Watson, Laura (2001) ....................................2005 Walker, Adrian (2000, 01, 02).......................2004 Weglinski, Karen (1987) ................................1988 White, Pia (2005, 06, 07, 08) .......................2009 Williams, Tara (1990, 91, 92, 93).................1994 Wilson, Michiko (2003, 04) ...........................2005 Windley, Dana (2004) ....................................2008 Winslow, Ingrid (1989, 90, 91) .....................1992 Wnuk, Emily (1998, 99).................................2002

Senior Day 2010 (l-r): Kelley Robbins, Alex Lostetter, Carlie Turnnidge, Candice Bryan

R-R-R-R-R Regan, Kathleen (1986, 87, 88) ...................1989 Rice, Caroline (2009, 10) ..............................2013 Robbins, Kelley (2007, 08. 09, 10) ..............2011 Roberts, Jenna (2003, 04, 05, 06, 07) ........2008 Robertson, Anne (1993) ................................ 1997 Rollman, Abby (1999, 2000, 01, 02) ...........2003 Rosenberger, Ruthie (2010) .......................2014 Rowan, Melinda (1993, 94, 95).................... 1997 Rowe, Lauren (1999, 2000, 01, 02) ............2003 Russell, Michele (1994, 95) ..........................1998 Russell, Diana (1997, 98, 99, 2000) ...........2001

S-S-S-S-S Sachse, Beach (1987, 88) ............................1991 Schachtler, Kelly (1999, 2000, 01, 02)........2003 Schmitz, Maria (2003, 04, 05, 06)...............2007 Schroeder, Laura (1998, 99, 2000, 01).......2002 Schuble, Jennifer (1996) ...............................2000 Seligman, Laura (1988, 89, 90) ...................1992 Shannon, Janis (2007, 08, 09) .....................2011 Sheets, Asleigh (2008, 09) ...........................2012 Shinoski, Marianna (1987) ...........................1989 Signorelli, Julie (1986) ...................................1990 Smith, Catherine (1988, 89, 90) ..................1992 Smolinski, Lynn (1997) ..................................1999 Soer, Kimberly (2004) ...................................2005 Souza, Marissa (1991, 92, 93) .....................1994 Spence, Deidre (1991, 92, 93, 94) ..............1995 Sprague, Lynn (1986) ....................................1987 Stagg, Lucie (1986) .......................................1987 Stallard, Julia (2008, 09, 10) ......................2012 Stair, Erin (1997, 98, 99) ..............................2001 Stein, Shannon (1996, 97, 98, 99) ..............2000 Squire, Marietta (1999, 2000, 01, 02) ............ 2003

T-T-T-T-T Taylor, Donielle (2000, 01, 02, 03) .................... 2004 Thomure, Lisa (2006) ....................................2010

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FOUR-YEAR LETTERWINNERS Albano, Alexis, 1992, 93, 94, 95 ..................1996 Allen, Tiffany, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ....................2006 Ashworth, Mary, 1992, 93, 94, 95 ...............1996 Barcomb, Jennifer, 1993, 94, 95, 96 ........... 1997 Betterbed, Elizabeth, 2006, 07, 08, 09 .......2010 Biddick, Drew, 2005, 07, 07, 08...................2009 Biddick, Emily, 2001, 02, 03, 04 ..................2005 Blount, Wendy, 1989, 90, 91, 92 .................1993 Boyle, Mary Erin, 2003, 04, 05, 06 ..............2007 Brown, Delaney, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ...............2006 Byrnes, Molly, 2005, 07, 07, 08 ...................2009 Cahill, Jennifer, 1988, 89, 90, 91 ................1992 Collins, Devon, 2004, 05, 06, 07..................2008 Congemi, Jessica, 2004, 05, 06, 07 ............2008 Connors, Tina, 2000, 01, 02, 03 ..................2004 Costello, Elizabeth, 2004, 05, 06, 07 ..........2008 Darby, Kim, 1986, 87, 88, 89 .......................1990 Demers, Kelly, 1986, 87, 88, 89 ..................1990 DeViney, Selina, 1989, 90, 91, 92 ...............1993 Domme, Sarah, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ................2006 Dreyfus, Sarah, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ................2007 Encarnacao, Tina, 1993, 94, 95, 96 ............ 1997 Emerson, Ashley, 2003, 04, 05, 06..............2007 Farrell, Randee, 1998, 99, 00, 01................2002 Farrell, Ronee, 2003, 04, 05, 06 ..................2007 Fearnside, Brittany, 2006, 07, 08, 09 ..........2010 Fishburne, Holly, 1987, 88, 89, 90 ..............1991 Fiston, Beth, 1994, 95, 96, 97 .....................1998 French, Andrea, 1991, 92, 93, 94 ................1995 Gallagher, Caitlyn, 2006, 07, 08, 09 ............2010 Garcia, Rebecca, 2003, 04, 05, 06 ..............2007 Gibson, Jen, 1995, 96, 97, 98 ......................1999 Goss, Sarah, 2005, 07, 07, 08 .....................2009 Greaves, Ashley, 1997, 98, 99, 00 ...............2001 Harrington, Emily, 1995, 96, 97, 98 .............1999 Harrington, Sally, 1994, 95, 96, 97 ..............1998 Hauf, Suzanne, 1990, 91, 92, 93.................1994 Hennessy, Shavonne, 1999, 00, 01, 02 ...........2003 Hughes, Holly, 1992, 93, 94, 95 ..................1996 Hughes, Jennifer, 1997, 98, 99, 00 .............2001 Janick, Lynn, 2003, 04, 05, 06 .....................2007

Janoski, Amelia, 2005, 07, 07, 08 ...............2009 Johnson, Sara, 2000, 01, 02, 03 .................2004 Jorgensen, Julie, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ..............2006 Keen, Claudia, 2002, 03, 04, 05..................2006 Kidd, Mary, 1996, 97, 98, 99 .......................2000 Kosco, Leigh, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ....................2006 LeGrand, Tosie, 1990, 91, 92, 93 ................1994 LoGiudice, Deneil*, 1988, 89, 90, 91 .........1992 Longo, Silvia, 2003, 04, 05, 06 ....................2007 Lostetter, Alex, 2007, 08, 09, 10 ..................2011 Loughman, Cathy, 1994, 95, 96, 97 ............1998 Loughman, Kerry, 1996, 97, 98, 99 .............2000 Meier, Gretchen, 1991, 92, 93, 94 ..............1995 Meier, Michelle, 1991, 92, 93, 94 ................1995 Miller, Caroline, 2005, 07, 07, 08.................2009 Mitchell, Cheryl, 1996, 97, 98, 99 ...............2000 Nay, Emily, 1999, 00, 01, 02 ........................2003 O’Leary, Christine, 2006, 07, 08, 09 ............2009 Pais, Lisa, 1989, 90, 91, 92 .........................1993 Pascucci, Jen, 2002, 03, 04, 05 ..................2006 Pedley, Holly, 1994, 95, 96, 97.....................1998 Pendry, Kate, 1992, 93, 94, 95 ....................1996 Robbin, Kelley, 2007, 08, 09, 10 ..................2011 Roberts, Jenna, 2004, 05, 06, 07 ................2008 Rollman, Abby, 1999, 00, 01, 02..................2003 Rowe, Lauren, 1999, 00, 01, 02 ..................2003 Russell, Diana 1997, 98, 99, 00 ..................2001 Schachtler, Kelly, 1999, 00, 01, 02 ..............2003 Schmitz, Maria, 2003, 04, 05, 06 ................2007 Schroeder, Laura, 1998, 99, 00, 01.............2002 Spence, Deidre, 1991, 92, 93, 94................1995 Stein, Shannon, 1996, 97, 98, 99................2000 Squire, Marietta, 1999, 00, 01, 02 ..............2003 Taylor, Donielle, 2000, 01, 02, 03 ................2004 Tien, Karen, 1998, 99, 00, 01 ......................2002 Vallette, Elizabeth, 1995, 96, 97, 98 ...........1999 Veach, Michelle, 2000, 01, 02, 03 ...............2004 White, Pia, 2005, 07, 07, 08 .........................2009 Williams, Tara, 1990, 91, 92, 93 ..................1994 * non graduate

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BRIGADIER GENERAL THEODORE D. MARTIN Commandant of Cadets

BRIGADIER GENERAL TIMOTHY E. TRAINOR Dean of the Academic Board

Lieutenant General David H. Huntoon, Jr. became the 58th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in July 2010. He had previously served as Director of the Army Staff in January 2008. Huntoon was commissioned from West Point in 1973. From 1973-1986, he served as an infantry officer in a series of command and staff assignments with the 3rd Infantry Regiment at Fort Myer, Va., the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash., the 7th Army Training Command at Vilseck, Germany, and with the 3rd Infantry Division in Aschaffenburg, Germany. From 1986-1988, Huntoon attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kans. and the School for Advanced Military Studies. He then served in the Directorate of Plans, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, N.C., as Senior War Plans Officer (Operation Just Cause), Deputy Director of Plans (Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm), and Director of Plans. Huntoon commanded 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry (Mechanized) at Camp Casey, Korea, and served as Chief of Plans, CJ3, Combined Forces Command and United Nations Command, Yongsan from 1992-94. In 1994-95, he was the Army’s National Security Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He then took command of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), Fort Myer, Va. Huntoon’s next assignment was the Executive Officer to the Chief of Staff of the United States Army. Prior to that assignment, he served as the Assistant Division Commander of the 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas, and from 2000-2002, he was the Deputy Commandant of the US Army Command and General Staff College. Huntoon moved on to become the Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy, Army G3, at the Pentagon. In August 2003, he was assigned as the 46th Commandant, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Huntoon’s awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (6th Award), and the Bronze Star; Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Parachute Qualification Badge, and the Ranger Tab. He has a Masters of Arts in International Relations from Georgetown University and a Masters in Military Arts and Sciences from the CGSC Advanced Military Studies Program.

Brigadier General Theodore D. Martin, a former Army swimmer and captain of the 1982-83 Black Knights’ swimming team, returned to West Point in July 2011 to assume command of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 73rd Commandant of Cadets. Martin graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1983 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the armor branch of the U.S. Army. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course (cavalry track), the Infantry Officer Advanced Course, the Naval College of Command and Staff, and the Army War College. He holds a master’s degree in national security & strategic studies from the Naval War College, a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Army War College, and a master’s degree in business from Webster University. Martin’s command experience includes Commander, C Company, 2nd Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Federal Republic of Germany; Commander, 1st Squadron, 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers), 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, Operations Group (COG), National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif.; and Commandant & 45th Chief of Armor, U.S. Army Armor School, Fort Benning, Ga. Beyond command, Martin has served in a wide variety of staff and leadership assignments including duty in the 1st Armor Training Brigade, Fort Knox, Ky.; the Combined Arms CommandTraining, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Advisor to the Imam Mohammed bin Saud Brigade and later the Prince Sa’ad bin Abdul Rahman Brigade, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Joint Improvised Explosive DeviceDefeat Task Force as the Iraq Field Team Leader, Baghdad, Iraq; and Human Resource Command, Alexandria, Va., as Armor Branch Chief and Chief of Combat Arms Division. Brigadier General Martin’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star Medal with “V” device and two oak leaf clusters, Meritorious Service Medal with six oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, and the Army Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters. Additionally, he has earned the Combat Action Badge and Parachutist Badge. Martin is a member of the 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers) and is the recipient of the Order of Saint George, the Order of Saint Barbara, and the Order of Saint Maurice (Primicerius).

Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., became the Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2010. He previously served as professor and head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point where he taught courses in engineering management, systems engineering and decision analysis. Trainor graduated with a Bachelor of Science from West Point in 1983 and entered the Engineer Branch of the U.S. Army. As an engineering officer, Trainor has served in operational assignments around the world, including Germany, Honduras, Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Riley, Kans. and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Trainor has a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and a doctorate degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the Military Applications Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences the Military Operations Research Society, the American Society for Engineering Management and the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a past president of Epsilon Mu Eta, the national Engineering Management Honor Society. Trainor is also a member of the Board of Fellows for the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University. As an analyst, Trainor helped develop the Installation Status Report that provides the Army a standardized means to assess infrastructure and environmental conditions on installations to support resource allocation decisions. He has applied decision analysis methods in completing an organizational analysis of the Army’s Installation Management Agency and in assessing defense security cooperation programs. Trainor deployed to Basrah, Iraq in the summer of 2007 and worked with the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team in helping the provincial Iraqi leaders improve their infrastructure revitalization plans. Trainor is married to Col. Donna Brazil, a 1983 graduate of West Point, who is a professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Academy. They have a daughter Cory, who is currently attending West Point, and two sons; Danny and Zach.

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LIEUTENANT GENERAL DAVID H. HUNTOON, JR. Superintendent

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS BOO CORRIGAN

2011 United States Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon Jr., named the person selected to lead West Point’s intercollegiate athletic department when he announced the hiring of Boo Corrigan as the Academy’s director of athletics on Feb. 1, 2011. Corrigan, who was the senior associate athletic director for external affairs at Duke University starting in August 2008, brings a wealth of leadership to his new post. He is a proven administrator with 18 years of experience in all areas of revenue generation, external affairs, staff management and leadership. Corrigan’s chief responsibilities at Duke included the oversight of the Blue Devil corporate partnerships and the Marketing, Promotions, Ticket, Internet Operations, Sports Information and Video Services departments. In only two years at Duke, Corrigan was responsible for the negotiation of multi-media rights to ISP, which increased annual rights more than 40 percent. “First and foremost, I am honored to have the opportunity to work at the United States Military Academy, the West Point leadership and the U.S. Army,” Corrigan said upon his hiring. “It is my privilege to serve those proud Americans that serve our country and to be at the greatest leadership institution in the world. “I want to say specifically to our cadet-athletes that we will provide them the opportunity and the wherewithal to achieve to their highest ability and to provide our coaches with the opportunity to win championships, and build leaders of character. We will strive for our cadets to achieve great success in their academics, military training and athletic endeavors.” Army operates a 25-sport intercollegiate athletic program, highlighted by its nationally recognized football team. Under the direction of head coach Rich Ellerson the Black Knights finished 7-6 this season and closed the season with a win over SMU in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. A supervisor of the 2009 NCAA Champion women’s tennis and 2010 NCAA Champion men’s lacrosse programs, Corrigan was a part of three NCAA Championships at Duke in just two seasons. He is currently a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules committee and the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Committee, while serving on the Executive Budget Committee at Duke. Prior to arriving at Duke in August of 2008, he oversaw Notre Dame’s corporate relations and marketing as an associate athletic director for five years. During his stint at Notre Dame, Corrigan spearheaded the redesign of its official athletics website and creation of 15-20 hours of original video content weekly. That resulted in a 35 percent increase in page views and unique users. Corrigan also worked directly with ISP Sports, CSTV, and NBC Sports from a sales and marketing standpoint. “We are excited about the selection of Boo Corrigan to be Army’s athletic director,” Huntoon said upon Corrigan’s hiring. “He has wide experience in helping to lead a Division I athletic department

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and has excelled at the highest levels. He brings to the Military Academy a wealth of experience at some of the nation’s elite athletic programs.” Before joining the staff at Notre Dame, Corrigan spent nearly three years as the associate athletic director for marketing at the United States Naval Academy. He was responsible for turning the marketing department from a deficit to profit in his first year with full budget responsibility for the department. Corrigan also was intimately involved with the re-branding of the Annual Giving Campaign (The Blue and Gold), which led to an increase of 75 percent year over year donations. He previously spent a year as a partner in Corrigan Sports Enterprises, an entrepreneurial sports marketing company, in the Baltimore area -- and also worked two years as an equity partner in mrgoodbucks.com, an e-commerce program that involved creation of affinity business relationships. Corrigan also served two years as vice president of EMCEE Sports, a Baltimore-based sports marketing company with a focus on professional golf from 1997 through ‘99. In that role, he was responsible for a $2.5 million operating budget for the State Farm Senior Classic. He worked for Host Communications for two years, helping create relationships with various college and university athletic departments, and served as assistant director of marketing at Florida State from 1992-95. “I want to thank my family and Duke University for the support and encouragement to make this possible, and look forward to serving as part of the Army team at West Point,” Corrigan added. The youngest son of former ACC commissioner Gene Corrigan, he is a 1990 University of Notre Dame graduate with a degree in economics. Corrigan is currently obtaining a masters in

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education in sports leadership with an expected 2011 graduation. He and his wife, the former Kristen Aceto, are the parents of three children, Finley, Tre and Brian.

Boo Corrigan begame the 28th athletic director in West Point history on Feb. 1, 2011.

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DETERMINE IF YOU MEET ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS To meet West Point’s minimum entrance requirements, you must: be at least 17 but not yet 23 on the day you enter West Point; be a U.S. citizen at the time you enter (except for foreign cadets as noted above); not be married or pregnant, nor have a legal obligation to support a child or other dependent. Additionally, you must meet academic, medical and physical qualifications. To be considered academically qualified, you should have an aboveaverage high school or college academic record and strong performance on the standardized American College Testing (ACT) Assessment Program Exam or the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Additionally, you should take a strong college preparatory program in high school, including four years of English, four years of math (including trigonometry),

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two years of laboratory science, two years of a foreign language and one year of U.S. history. To be medically qualified, you must be in good physical and mental health and pass a medical exam administered by the Department of Defense. To meet physical qualification standards, you must demonstrate above-average strength, endurance and agility. The West Point Field Force administers a Physical Aptitude Exam to measure these traits. The exam includes: pull-ups for men/flexed arm hang for women, basketball throw from the kneeling position, standing long jump, a 300-yard shuttle run and a two-minute bout of push-ups.

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Peterson’s Guide ranks West Point as one of the most competitive colleges in the nation and Forbes ranked West Point as American’s best college in 2009 and third-best in 2011. There are approximately 12,000 applications each year for less than 1,200 cadet vacancies. Applicants compete for vacancies and are evaluated in three areas: academics, physical aptitude and demonstrated leadership ability. Cadet vacancies are allocated to each member of Congress and to the representatives to Congress from Washington, D.C., Guam, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the Mariana Islands. Many foreign governments are also invited to nominate cadets under a Department of State program, so the student population at West Point is incredibly diverse. The following is an overview of the first three steps toward gaining admittance to West Point. Further information regarding the admissions process and orientation visits is available by calling the Director of Admissions at (845) 938-4041. Should you wish to schedule an official visit, contact the Army Soccer office at (845) 938-2836.

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APPLY FOR A NOMINATION A nomination is the legal authority for West Point to consider a candidate for admission. Nominations are available from every member of Congress and from the representatives to Congress listed above. At a minimum, you should apply to your two senators, your representative and the Vice President. Nominations are also available, from the President, for children of career military personnel, and from the Secretary of the Army for enlisted soldiers in the Regular Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard; for children of deceased or 100% disabled veterans; children of persons awarded the Medal of Honor; and students in Army ROTC, Army Junior ROTC, or Navy, Air Force, or Marine Junior ROTC units which have been designated as Honor Units with Distinction. START A FILE AT WEST POINT West Point will start your candidate file upon receipt of a completed Precandidate Questionnaire. You may obtain a questionnaire by writing or calling: Director of Admissions U.S. Military Academy 646 Swift Road West Point, NY 10996-1905 (845) 938-4041

Automated admissions information is also available at the above phone number. Additionally, you can request a questionnaire from the Academy’s World Wide Web page at: www.usma.edu/Admissions. The web site also includes additional information about the admissions process as well as the courses of instruction available at West Point. Finally, if you are at least a high school junior and are sincerely interested in attending West Point and serving as an officer in the U.S. Army, you should talk to your school guidance counselor. Each counselor’s office has a copy of the latest West Point catalog and information to help you with your college choices.

Upon taking the oath, West Point graduates are commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army.

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