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GENERAL INFORMATION Georgia College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Georgia College Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Health Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Bobcats on the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Georgia College Athletics Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Lockerroom Renovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Peach Belt Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 GEORGIA COLLEGE STAFF Dr. Dorothy Leland, President. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Staff Phone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 GEORGIA COLLEGE COACHING STAFF Juan Pablo Favero, Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . 13 Chris Davidovicz, Graduate Assistant . . . . . 13 2008 YEAR IN REVIEW 2008 Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 2008 Final Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 2008 Peach Belt Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 2009 PREVIEW 2009 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Team Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Team Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Senior Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-20 Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-25 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover

GEORGIA COLLEGE HISTORY Georgia College Hall of Fame. . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Award Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Individual Game Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Individual Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Career All-Time Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Team Game Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Team Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 GEORGIA COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1889 Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . Milledgeville, Georgia Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,250 President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Dorothy Leland Nickname .....................................Bobcats Colors......................Hunter Green & Navy Blue Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobcat Field Affiliation/Conference . . . NCAA II/Peach Belt Athletics Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Juan Pablo Favero Career/GCSU Record.139-97-27,16 yrs/13-3-4, Second 2008 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-3-4, 5-1-2 PBC Letterwinners returning/lost . . . . . . . . . . . 16/5


The 2009 Georgia College Soccer Media Guide was published by the Georgia College & State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. It was written and edited by Al Weston, Sports Information Director. Assistance was provided by Juan Pablo Favero, Katie Parker and Tyler Peck. The cover was designed by Al Weston. Photography was by Tim Vacula and the GCSU Sports Information Department archives. Information concerning Milledgeville, Ga., used with permission from the Milledgeville-Baldwin County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

Georgia College & State University, established in 1889, is Georgia’s Public Liberal Arts University. University System of Georgia



Georgia College Founded in 1889, Georgia College has grown from an initial enrollment of 88 women from within the state to an annual count of more than 6,250 male and female students from all over the world. Georgia College, originally founded as the sister institution to Georgia Tech, is now the designated public liberal arts university for the state of Georgia. Georgia College began as Georgia Normal and Industrial College, offering young women educational opportunities in teaching, office skills and economics. Georgia College has been co-educational since 1967. Georgia College’s College of Arts and Sciences and Schools of Business, Education, and Health Sciences are fully accredited. The University also distinguishes itself by taking advantage of expanding technology resources such as electronic classrooms, an interlibrary network system, and distance learning centers. Georgia College’s range of degree programs is the broadest in the midstate, with more than 80 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels offered by a highly qualified faculty in a supportive environment. As Georgia’s public liberal arts university, Georgia College is committed to the foundations of the liberal arts education: preparation, adaptation, and an approach to life with a broader perspective. Among its academic achievements, Georgia College was the first senior college in the system to award master’s degrees in business administration and public administration and was also the first to implement admission requirements for completion of the high school College

Preparatory Curriculum. In conjunction with the U.S. Air Force at Robins Air Logistics Center, Georgia College operates the nation’s only Logistics Education Center, awarding the only bachelor’s and master’s degrees in logistics systems in the country. G e o r g i a College is located in Milledgeville, the antebellum capital of Georgia. The white columns and spacious lawns of the main campus cover several blocks of downtown Milledgeville. The block occupied by the oldest part of the college was Milledgeville’s Penitentiary Square through most of the 19th Century. The peach-colored stucco mansion was home to Georgia’s governors from 1838 to 1868. At the Milledgeville campus, the new complements the old. In the last two decades, the college has restored or renovated many historic structures and adapted them for office and classroom use. Since 2002, new state-of-the-art residence halls have been built and the library has undergone a major expansion. A diverse student body, spirited faculty, and dedicated administration study and work in many of the city’s historic houses and buildings.




Continually striving for academic excellence, Georgia College has long prided itself as one of the finest institutions of learning in the southeast. In its early years the university was renowned for training teachers; more recently it has grown into the liberal arts university of the University System of Georgia. The institution offers more than 100 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. More than 60 percent of Georgia College & State University’s faculty holds the doctoral degree, and the majority are actively involved in research in their fields. The Georgia College Athletic Department is committed to student-athlete excellence both on and off the playing field. The coaching staffs at Georgia College have committed themselves to recruiting student-athletes who are academically capable and motivated to obtain a college degrees. All potential student athletes must be granted admission into the university and cleared through the NCAA Eligibility Clearinghouse. The moment a student-athlete decides Georgia College is the right place to be, the athletic department provides personal support, academic counseling and professional development to ensure that they will get the most of their years wearing the Green and Blue. The Georgia College Athletic Department has set up an academic support program which provides tutoring services to student-athletes, and is designed to help and encourage athletes to excel in the classroom. The women’s basketball program at Georgia College has taken additional steps to ensure that its student-athletes earn a degree. The Mentor Program teams a returning Georgia College player with a newcomer in order to assist with classwork and personal development. Newcomers also attend weekly organizational sessions that emphasize time management. Continuing its tradition of leadership in education, Georgia College is the first of the state’s universities to phase in requirements for completion of all college preparatory curriculum requirements before enrollment. Undergraduate course offerings include liberal arts and professional degree programs that provide students with breadth and depth of preparation for their intended careers. All degrees build on a broadly based general education program that includes the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, and the social sciences. Undergraduate programs offer opportunities for specialization in the arts and sciences and in preprofessional and professional areas including business, education, and nursing. Georgia College’s range of degree programs is the broadest in the midstate, with 65 undergraduate, 35 graduate and 20 preprofessional programs. The university also provides graduate studies in several specialties of the arts and sciences and in business, education and health sciences. Admission is based on criteria specific to each program. These programs are designed to be responsive to the needs of contemporary students. Georgia College boasts of one of the top libraries in Middle Georgia. The Russell Library underwent a $19.5 million expansion and renovation to form the Georgia College Library and Information Technology Center and added 93,000 square feet to

the existing structure. It was re-opened in 2004 and houses more than 180,000 hardbound volumes and subscribes to more than 14,000 print and electronic periodicals.


Bachelor of Arts: Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, French, History, Liberal Studies, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Rhetoric, Sociology, Spanish, Theatere; Bachelor of Business Administration: Accounting, Economics, General Business, Management Information Systems, Management, Marketing; Bachelor of Science: Biology, Chemistry and Physics, Computer Science, Criminal Justice Administration, Early Childhood Education, Health Education, History, Mathematics, Middle Grades Education, Psychology, Public Administration, Special Education; Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Teacher Certification Areas, Early Childhood Education, Middle Grades Education, Secondary Education (Biology, Chemistry, English, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Social Science), All Grades (Art Education, French/Spanish, Health & Physical Education, Health Education, Instructional Technology, Music Education, Special Education); Pre-Professional Programs: Chiropractic, Dental Hygiene, Dentistry, Engineering, Forestry, Health Administration, Law, Medical Records Administration, Medical Technology, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Podiatry and Osteopathy, Theology, Veterinary Medicine; Master of Arts and Sciences: English, History, Creative Writing, Music Education, Public Administration, Biology, Criminal Justice, Logistics Management; Master of Education: Educational Leadership, Early Childhood, Middle Grades, Secondary, Special Education, Library Media, Instructional Technology; Masters in College of Busines: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration with Concentration in Accounting, Business Administration with Concentration in Managment Information Systems, Management Information Systems; College of Heath Sciences: Health Promotion, Human Performance, Outdoor Education Administration, Music Therapy, Nursing.



Georgia College Administration


cusing graduate and professional education in Macon and Warner Robins. Leland is active in the local community, encouraging economic development partnerships between the city, county and university that will strengthen downtown Milledgeville and create a diversity of businesses there. She is a member of Forward Baldwin and serves on the board of directors for Oconee River Greenway Foundation and the Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation. Building alumni relations is also a key goal for Leland. She is working with the Alumni Association to strengthen ties and cultivate loyalty to the university, which has been transformed many times, but is returning to its roots as a statewide institution with a strong academic mission. Since coming to Georgia College, Leland has been named to several state boards, including the Georgia Chamber of Commerce board of directors, the Georgia Council on Economics Education board of trustees, the Georgia Department of Corrections Corporate Advisory Board, and the PAGE Foundation board of trustees. Leland also is a member of a number of professional organizations, including American Association of Higher Education, Society for College and University Planning, American Association of University Women and American Philosophical Association. She has written more than 40 publications and made presentations in the field of contemporary continental philosophy, focused on issues related to gender and personal, social and cultural identity. Leland holds a bachelor of arts degree in English, a master of arts degree in American studies, and a doctoral degree in philosophy, all earned at Purdue University.

Dr. Dorothy Leland is the 10th president of Georgia College and the second female president of the university in its 116-year history. She began her tenure at Georgia College on January 1, 2004. Leland came to Georgia College, Georgia’s public liberal arts university, with nearly 20 years of experience in a variety of college and university leadership positions, most recently as vice president at the Boca Raton campus of Florida Atlantic University and professor of philosophy. She also held leadership positions at Purdue University, her alma mater. At Georgia College, she oversees a residential liberal arts campus and two commuter centers with a combined enrollment of more than 5,600 students and almost 800 faculty and staff. Leland combines visionary leadership with a pragmatic focus on finding ways to get things accomplished. At the heart of her vision is for Georgia College to become one of the nation’s very best public liberal arts universities. This demands a focus on academic excellence and innovation – what Leland calls “pillars of distinction.” Additionally, Leland has begun initiatives to strengthen the university’s endowment. She is also placing an added emphasis on retaining students from year to year, and is working to increase the geographic, economic and ethnic diversity of incoming classes. As one of the University System of Georgia’s state universities, Georgia College also provides graduate programs to meet area workforce needs. Leland’s goal is to continue developing the Milledgeville campus as a residential, undergraduate liberal arts college while refo-




Georgia College President Dr. Dorothy Leland and Dr. Bruce Harshbarger, Vice President for Student Affairs are proud to announce the hire of Wendell Staton as Director of Athletics for the 10-sport Division II athletic department. Staton comes to Georgia College from UNC Pembroke, in Pembroke, N.C. where he most recently served as Associate Vice Chancellor for Advancement since 2005. “We're delighted to have Wendell Staton joining us to lead our Athletics program,” said Dr. Harshbarger. “He brings an unusually broad background in collegiate athletics, community leadership and university advancement work, and all of those skills will be important assets that will benefit the future of GCSU Athletics.” Prior to his work in the advancement office at UNCP, he served as the Director of Recreation and Parks in Lumberton, N.C. for four years. Staton worked for UNC Pembroke originally as a coach and lecturer; heading up the golf program, serving as men’s basketball assistant and teaching in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation program from 1996-2002. Staton earned his Bachelor of Arts in 1990 from St. Andrews Presbyterian College, adding a Master’s of Education from Georgia College in 1993. “I would like to thank Dr. Leland for the opportunity

to lead the Georgia College and State University Athletic Department,” said Staton. “As an alumnus and former member of the coaching staff, I have great affection for the University and Milledgeville. My family and I are excited about joining the community.” Staton is no stranger to Georgia College athletics, having patrolled the sideline as a men’s basketball graduate assistant coach from 1991-93 under head coach Mark Simons. He also shows intercollegiate coaching for Armstrong Atlantic State University, Elon University and Campbell University on his resume. “Georgia College has been a model of consistency on and off the playing field,” added Staton. “I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, community, student-athletes, and coaches as we strive to continue the success and rich tradition of Bobcat Athletics.” Staton becomes just the sixth Athletic Director in the 40-year history of Georgia College athletics. He couldn’t have taken over at a better time, as the Bobcats are fresh off winning the 2008-09 Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Commissioner’s Cup, the all-sports trophy for excellence on the playing field. Georgia College is perennially one of the top academic institutions in the league as well, evidenced by landing 92 student-athletes on the coveted PBC Presidential Honor Roll. All in all, Staton has worked at PBC-member institutions for 16 years. Staton is married to the former Yvette Renaud. Their children are Ellen, age 16, and Charlie, age 14.



Health Promotions

SPORTS MEDICINE Comprehensive medical care is coordinated for all Bobcat student-athletes under the direction of a team physician and a staff of nationally certified and state licensed athletic trainers. Undergraduate student interns from the athletic training education program assist the professional staff in their duties while gaining valuable hands-on experience in the allied healthcare field. With a physician referral, the staff is also available to treat Georgia College faculty, staff, and students for their outpatient rehabilitation.

The first goal of the program is to help prevent athletic injuries from occurring. Recognizing that some injuries and illnesses are inevitable, the professional staff works under the supervision of the team physician to diagnose those conditions, to provide initial treatment and follow-up care including any rehabilitation, and to counsel students on available treatment options. By providing quality care as early as possible, studentathletes are able return to the field of play as soon as possible while decreasing their risk of reinjury.

the art modalities such as ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, and laser as well as other treatment methods to alleviate pain and swelling, increase strength and flexibility, and decrease risk of reinjury in the athletes treated there. Treatment and rehabilitation take place in the 1000 square foot athletic training room at the Centennial Center, as well as a smaller satellite facility at West Campus. A member of the athletic training staff is available at every practice and competition for the Bobcat teams throughout their respective seasons.

CONDITIONING The Bobcats have the opportunity to work with a worldclass strength and conditioning instructor in Dr. Mike Martino. With support from undergraduate members of the exercise science program, Martino uses his lengthy experience in physiological testing and training methods for Georgia College student-athletes to maximize theirbodies’ potential.

Services in the athletic training room include state of



Health Promotions Support Staff Paul Higgs

Dr. Mike Martino

Head Athletics Trainer, A.T.C.

Director of Human Performance Laboratory

Dr. Mike Martino is in his 13th year at Georgia College and is responsible for physiological testing for several of the Bobcat athletic teams. As the director of the Human Performance Lab, Dr. Martino conducts tests for maximal oxygen consumption, flexibility, speed & agility, and strength as well as body composition and nutritional analysis. Dr. Martino earned his Ph.D. in exercise physiology in 1995 from the University of Alabama and served as an assistant coach for the Crimson Tide swim team. He coached the U.S. national team from 1990 through 1996. He is married to Olympic gold medalist Angel Martino, and the couple has two sons, Michael and Mark.

Paul Higgs is in his 13th year at Georgia College. He came to the university from Perry Hospital, where he served as athletic trainer for Perry High School. Prior to that, he worked as the athletic trainer at the Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus, Georgia, for four years where he was the director of the physical medicine department at the hospital and athletic trainer for Southland Academy. Higgs has also been very involved with the US Olympic Committee's Volunteer Medical Program, with appointments to the medical staff of the 1999 Pan American Games and the 1998 Goodwill Games. The Albany, Georgia, native earned his bachelors degree in Sports Medicine from Valdosta State University in 1989 and his masters degree in Health and Physical Education from Georgia Southwestern State University in 1996. He was certified as an athletic trainer by the NATA Board of Certification in 1989. In addition to his duties with the Bobcat teams, Paul also is an adjunct instructor in the Kinesiology Department, teaching in the accredited Athletic Training education program. Higgs currently serves as President of the Georgia Athletic Trainers Association and recently co-authored a textbook, Perspectives in Athletic Training. Paul and his wife, Karen, live in Milledgeville and have two children, Mary Helen and Matthew.

Assistant Athletic Trainers

Eva Beaulieu

Assistant Athletic Trainer, A.T.C.

Eva Beaulieu is in her second year as an assistant athletic trainer at Georgia College. She spent two years as an assistant at LaGrange College. She recieved both her bachelors in health science and master’s in health promotion at Georgia College.

Steven P. Niergarth, D.O.

Dr. Steven Niergarth enters his 12th year as Georgia College’s orthopedic surgeon, and currently works at the Milledgeville Bone & Joint Specialists. Dr. Niergarth, a native of Michigan, attended undergraduate and medical school at Michigan State University. He completed an orthopaedic surgery residency at Lansing General Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. Shortly thereafter, he returned to Michigan State University to complete a fellowship in arthroscopic, reconstructive, and sports medicine surgery. He also cared for Michigan State University athletes for seven years before moving to Georgia. Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Niergarth holds memberships with the American Osteopathic Association and the Michigan Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. He has also written and published numerous scientific articles and has presented research at national meetings. Dr. Niergarth and his wife, Heidi, have two daughters. During his free time he enjoys water sports, camping, golfing, and woodworking.

Keith Bate Graduate Assistant Second Year

Carla Graves Graduate Assistant First Year

Whitney Bailey Graduate Assistant First Year

Stephanie Vasquez Graduate Assistant First Year



Sports Information

Bobcats on the Radio

For the second season, select road contests and all home matches will be broadcast on the campus radio station: WGUR 88.9 FM. The broadcast will also be available on the Campus Radio web site at Both sports information staff members as well as students from the school’s mass communication program will provide play-by-play and color commentary.

Al Weston begins year number four as Georgia College’s Sports Information Director. Weston came to Milledgeville, Ga. by way of Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pa. There, he was in charge of media relations for an 18-sport Division II athletic program, including Division I wrestling and field hockey. Among his career highlights at Lock Haven, he helped promote the 2006 National Champion Lady Eagle softball squad, the 2006 Division II Female Athlete of the Year Kristen Erb, and hosted multiple post-season tournaments. Prior to his time at LHU, Weston served as graduate intern at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, working as primary contact for field hockey, men’s golf and baseball. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts in public relations from KSU in 2000, adding a M.A. in sport and recreation management in 2003. Weston is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), and is a District Coordinator for the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Program. He won the 2006 Mid-Atlantic Region Women’s Volleyball SID of the Year from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Weston and his wife, Erin have two children--Torin (5) and Al III (3) and live in Gordon, Ga.

Media Information

The Georgia College sports information office is responsible for all media relations and marketing and promotions related to the university’s 10 varsity athletic programs. Press releases, rosters, statistics, and schedules can all be found on the Georgia College Athletics web site at Georgia College head coach Juan Pablo Favero, his assistant coaches and players will be available for interviews in person or via telephone on occasions when prior arrangements have been made. Please make all interview requests through the Georgia College Sports Information office by calling 478445-1779. Coach Favero and selected players will be available for postgame interviews after a brief 10-minute cooling-off period at the conculsion of a match.

Tyler Peck Sports Information Graduate Assistant Second Season

Where Can I Find Bobcat Athletic Coverage? Newspaper


Baldwin Bulletin Milledgeville, Ga. Sports - Chris McKearney

WPGA - ABC Macon, Ga.

Union Recorder Milledgeville, Ga.

Peck joins the sports information office for his second season in 2009-10, assisting in all sports information and promotions efforts. Peck graduated from Clemson University in 2006 with a degree in sports managment.

WMAZ - CBS Macon, Ga.


Macon, Ga. Macon Telegraph Macon, Ga. College Sports - Mike Lough

Katie Parker Sports Information Graduate Assistant Second Season

Parker re-joins the sports information office for her second season after two semesters as a studentassistant. She finished her bachelors in public relations from the school of Mass Communication at Georgia College in May 2008. With an interest in a career in sports information, she will assist in all duties, incuding statistics, writing and publications as well as web site maintenence at


WMVG 102FM/1450AM Sports - Scott MacLeod WJFL 101.9FM Sports - Michael Cowan



Georgia College Athletic Department

Steve Barsby

Eva Beaulieu

John Carrick

Ken Farr

Juan Pablo Favero

Mark Gainous Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach 478-445-1777

Head Athletic Trainer 478-445-1787

Jimmy Redus

Dr. Joe Samprone

Terry Sellers

Head Tennis Coach/ Assistant AD 478-445-1778

Faculty Athletics Representative 478-445-1804

Zeke Mitchem

Assistant Trainer 478-445-1787

Head Soccer Coach 478-445-4011

Assistant Baseball Coach 478-445-5319

Head Cheerleading Coach 478-445-6341

Wendell Staton


Athletic Director 478-445-6341

Mascot 478-445-1779

Head Women’s Basketball Coach 478-445-1788

Head Cross Country Coach 478-445-6341

Patti Weimer

Athletic Secretary 478-445-6341

Tom Carty

Head Baseball Coach 478-445-1692

Paul Higgs

Head Softball Coach/SWA 478-445-6870

Katie Mlady

Assistant Softball Coach 478-445-5279

Maurice Smith

Head Men’s Basketball Coach 478-445-4289

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach 478-445-4010

Al Weston

Jimmy Wilson

Sports Information Director 478-445-1779



Ginger Chaffinch

Head Golf Coach/Associate AD 478-445-2082

Georgia College Facilities

Built in 2003, Bobcat Field at West Campus provides an excellent venue for some of the best collegiate soccer available in the state of Georgia. Bordered by native trees on three sides to provide a picturesque backdrop, this soccerspecific facility features new light fixtures to host evening competition, a prominent scoreboard to keep fans in the know and well-manicured hybrid bermuda grass turf. Officially part of the Peeler Complex - including the baseball and softball fields nearby - the field was opened in the fall of 2004, the first varsity season for Bobcat soccer. Prior to the 2009 season, Georgia College began construction on seatback stands to the vicwing hillside, improving the viewer’s experience while adding a more complete feel to the facility as a whole. The Bobcats have had success on the home pitch, 27-10-5 in their four seasons, including two Peach Belt Tournament Quarterfinal victories. The ‘Cats were 7-0-2 at home in 2008. Georgia College has many fine athletic facilities in which to compete, highlighted by the $9 million multipurpose Centennial Center. The Centennial Center, which was completed in the fall of 1989, serves as the home for the Georgia College men and women’s basketball teams as well as the offices of the Bobcat athletic department. Located within the historical district of Milledgeville, the 95,000 square-foot building also houses the Department of Kinesiology, and the Center for Health and Lifestyles. The completion of the facility guaranteed that the Bobcats would be competing in one of the finest on-campus arenas in the

state of Georgia and the southeast. The Center has a seating capacity of 4,071 fixed seats and can accommodate up to 800 additional persons with the arranging of chairs on the floor. It features foldout end zone and upper bleachers and three full size basketball courts. Its primary use is for Bobcat basketball, but it also is excellent for large events such as concerts, conference general sessions or exhibits. In addition, the Centennial Center serves as the home of the nationally ranked Georgia College men and women’s tennis teams. Seven lighted laykold surface courts are located just outside of the Centennial Center. The Centennial Center also has a three-lane 1/8-mile walking/running indoor track, an outdoor swimming pool, a free-weight room, four racquetball courts and an athletic training room. The Bobcat baseball, softball and soccer teams compete at the Peeler Athletic Complex. Located minutes from the main campus, the Peeler complex underwent a major facelift in 1992 with the addition of box seats and the renovation of the backstop for the baseball field. The softball field was built in 1990 complete with a scoreboard and bleachers. In 1996 lights were added to both parks, and the complex was dedicated to Mike Peeler, the former athletics director at Georgia College. The baseball field was renamed in honor of John Kurtz, the former coach who put Georgia College baseball on the map. New dugouts were constructed in 2005 along with a new softball pressbox. The Georgia College golf team competes multiple beautiful courses the area, including Harbor Club, the Golf Club at Cuscowilla and Little Fishing Creek Golf Course. These courses provide Bobcat golfers with outstanding home venues.

Bobcat Field History Sept. 3, 2004 ..............First Varsity Game Sept. 3, 2004 ..............First Home Win ....................................3-1 v. Anderson Sept. 3, 2004 ..............First Goal ....................................Tami Pissott (4:20) Oct. 30, 2004..............First PBC Win ....................................2-0 v. USC Aiken Sept. 14, 2006 ............First Hat Trick ....................................Lyric Burnett v. Lander Oct. 30, 2007 ..............First PBC Tournament Win ....................................2-0 v. Clayton State



Lockerroom Renovations

In an effort to make Georgia College more of a home for Bobcat soccer players, the lockerroom at West Campus got a muchneeded facelift in the summer of 2008. The facility has a much softer look, and is more inviting with the addition of couches and other more home-style furniture. Bobcat futbollers can also enjoy their own sit-in style locker, complete with attractive name-plate. “Renovating this lockerroom was one of the first things I wanted to take care of on my arrival,” said head coach Juan Pablo Favero. “A lockerroom should serve as a second home for a student-athlete, and where the facility was at when I came here was in need of a makeover.” “What was once a rarely-used attribute of this West Campus facility will now be the central location for Bobcat soccer, and I’d like to deeply thank everyone involved in the project’s success.”

Before 2008’s renovations GEORGIA COLLEGE SOCCER 2009


2009 Preview

formers. Coming off a groundbreaking sea"We'll need to build on son, a 13-3-4 record and a trip to the that defensive success from last NCAA National Tournament for the year," he added. "The defense will first time in program history, what be much more tested so we can't does the Georgia College women's overlook our defensive effort this soccer team and head coach Juan season. We're going to have a lot Pablo Favero do for an encore? Play more 1-0 and 2-1 matches this seaone of the toughest schedules in the son than 5-0 or 6-1." nation in an effort to prepare the It's the tight contests that Bobcats for national success. are the focus in this year's preseaThe Bobcats cracked the National son. The reality is such that oneSoccer Coaches Association of goal games will be more the norm America (NSCAA) National Top-25 this year, and those tight, tough for the first time in 2008 reaching as games are often won by a few critihigh as No. 19. Each one of the cal moments. The squad will need Bobcat matches count for in-region to be "mentally tough" to come out play this year, helping them bolster on top of those critical moments. their all-important region ranking Kelli McLane "Thankfully we're focusing as they look to make it two-straight on a shared responsibility to put the ball in the net this year. We trips to the NCAA Tournament. The slate features a whopping have enough talent up front to expect the scoring to be taken seven teams that played in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, and care of. It's easier to defend a one-dimensional team, and that's four from the NSCAA's Final National Rankings. In addition, just not us this year. Scoring can come from nearly anyone on they face off with the 2007 National Champions among 11 teams the field." that have been in the National Tournament in the past two When asked about the difficult schedule, Favero said "we years. could win more, we could lose more" but he's confident his "This team is ready for the challenge of this type of schedule," squad will respond well and build on last season's success. said Favero. "We've chosen to play these opponents to prepare "The coaching staff noticed last year that the team played the team for the level of talent in a national tournament. It's an their best soccer against the tougher opponents," he said. "That important step toward the program's big goal." a sign to us that we're ready for the next step. The experience The Bobcats return 16 letterwinners, including 14 that started and confidence gained from last year is key to the goal of winin games for the Bobcats a year ago. Add in a talented class of ning National Championships. Every good result against a eight newcomers, and the team is poised for another great run. tough team gives us that much more to build upon." "Last year we had very little time to prepare for the season," 2008 helped each member of this team develop a "belief in he said. "This season, the team put in hard work in the spring self and each other" so that and over the summer on their the team can buy into the own, so as a coach, I'm excited plan and have a confidence to to build off a full year of sucaccomplish great things, cessful training." according to Favero. The offense has also had a "It's important to rememyear to settle in, and the team ber this is a new year," Favero has embraced Favero's more added. "We have no obligapossession-based international tion to compare ourselves to style very well. The team's last season. This is a new defense was its calling card in group of players that have 2008, recording a mind-bogalready begun to mesh well gling 13 shutouts and allowing together to battle some tough just 10 goals on the year. All of teams. We've improved our the defensive starters return, talent and depth in many including a trio of All-Peach areas and are looking forward Belt Conference (PBC) perto the season." Daria Owen



2009 Coaching Staff

Juan Pablo Favero Head Coach

Head coach Juan Pablo Favero made an immediate impact in his first season at Georgia College, guiding the team to its finest season yet, including the first NCAA Tournament berth in program history. The Bobcats went 13-3-4, taking third in the Peach Belt Conference and earning their first NSCAA National Rank, reaching as high as No. 19. Favero had two players named to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Team, a Georgia College first, and added seven on the All-PBC Team, also the most in program history. The Bobcats gave up just 10 goals all season, for a paltry 0.48 GAA , and added NSCAA Academic and Ethics/Sportsmanship awards for the first time in GCSU history. Prior to Georgia College, Favero spent five seasons at Division II Newberry College. While at Newberry, Favero compiled a 40-37-13 mark over five seasons, setting school marks for career wins and win percentage (.517).The 2007 squad finished 8-5-6, taking the best conference finish and best conference record in school history at second place (4-2-1). The school has had five seasons with .500-or-better success, four of which have come during the Favero era. In 2004, Favero led the Lady Indians to numerous school records, including best overall record at 13-5-1. In only his second year at Newberry, Favero earned SAC Coach of the Year, Favero's third career conference coach of the year honor. Over his five seasons, the Indians garnered 15 all-conference player awards, including one honorable mention All-American. Favero has a career-long pattern of taking programs from rags to riches, extending beyond the Lady Indians. He had a hand in renovating both the men's and women's soccer programs at Missouri Baptist University before he arrived in Newberry. While at Missouri Baptist, he led his teams to NAIA prominence and was awarded with the American Midwest Conference Coach of the Year honor for the men in 2001 and for the women in 2002, as both teams went from struggling to winning conference championships and earning national ranks. Prior to his work at Newberry and Missouri Baptist, he also helped rebuild the soccer program at his alma mater, Palm Beach Atlantic College. In 1994, he received his undergraduate degree with honors in international business and marketing and earned a Master's degree in counseling psychology from the school in 1997. While coaching at PBA, he also served as a guidance counselor and coach at a West Palm Beach high school. Favero is a member of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), from which he holds a National "A" coaching license, and of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), from which he holds the Premier Diploma. He is also a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), the Argentine Association of Sport Psychology (APDA) and has a Level 1 Psychology for Soccer Certificate from the English Football Association. He has worked as a sport psychology consultant with the US Soccer Federation Coaching Schools, the NSCAA Coaching Schools, the River Plate Women's Soccer Club (Argentina), the Saint Louis University men's soccer team, the Thermo-King Corporation and the Carolina Elite Soccer Academy (CESA) amongst others. His most recent speaking engagements have been with the Argentine Coaching Schools (ATFA), and a personal forum for the Governor of Buenos Aires. He has also been involved in coaching and sports psychology with the Georgia and South Carolina Olympic Development Programs. Favero also recently had his first article published to the APDA web site on the topic of mental toughness for coaches and players. Favero’s File Favero, originally from Argentina, is married to his high school sweetheart, Christie. The couple has 2008 - GCSU - 13-3-4 three children, Alejo (10), Keila (8), and Malena (3).

Chris Davidovicz Graduate Assistant Coach

Chris Davidovicz returns for his second season as graduate assistant coach for the Bobcats. He primarily works with the Bobcat goalkeepers, his area of expertise both as a player and coach. He recently served as the head coach for the Nation Ford High School men’s squad, in Fort Mill, S.C., also working as the head coach of the Charlotte United Futbol Club. No stranger to working with Favero, Davidovicz was his assistant at Newberry College as well for one school year. Davidovicz got his degree in business finance from Virginia Tech in 2003, and also lettered as a goalkeeper for the Hokies in 2002.



2007 - Newberry - 8-5-6 2006 - Newberry - 8-8-2 2005 - Newberry - 7-7-2 2004 - Newberry - 13-5-1 2003 - Newberry - 4-12-2 2002 - Mo. Baptist (w) - 17-2-3 Mo. Baptist (m) - 9-11-2 2001 - Mo. Baptist (w) - 12-6 Mo. Baptist (m) - 13-4-2 2000 - Mo. Baptist (w) - 9-8-2 Mo. Baptist (m) - 15-5-1 1999 - Mo. Baptist (w) - 6-9-1 Mo. Baptist (m) - 5-11-1 Overall (11 yrs.)- 139-97-27 Women’s Record (11 yrs.) 97-66-21

2009 Bobcat Soccer Roster

Juan Pablo Favero, Head Coach • Chris Davidovicz, Graduate Assistant Coach

NUMERICAL ROSTER # NAME POS. 0 Mary Rob Plunkett GK 01 Taylor Mulryan GK 2 Daria Owen MF/D 3 Jamie Colcord B 4 Sarah Young MF 5 Megan McAlpin MF/F 6 Morgan Cobb D 7 Jessica Newland F 9 Haley O’Hayer F/B

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

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26

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

10 11 13 14 15 16 17

Kelli McLane MF/F Jr. Ally Treat D/MF Jr. Jessica Binkowski D Jr. Lyric Burnett F Sr. Karen Bonilla MF So. Kayla Emerson D/MF Jr. Olivia Holden MF Fr.

Tawny Moffat Becky Knoll Leah Frazer Amanda Veillon Anna Wierzbicki Erika Kolodin Kara Teresi Jamie Nevin



Jessica Binkowksi - bin-COW-skee Karen Bonilla - bow-NEE-uh Erika Kolodin - KAHL-uh-din Tawny Moffat - MOFF-it Taylor Mulryan - mull-RYE-ann

HT. HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL 6-0 Augusta, Ga./Westminster Prep 5-8 Cumming, Ga./Blessed Trinity 5-6 Snellville, Ga./Shiloh 5-6 Marietta, Ga./Lassiter 5-5 Silver Creek, Ga./Middle Ga. Coll. 5-6 Newnan, Ga./Newnan 5-0 Cataula, Ga./Columbus 5-1 Hiram, Ga./McEachern 5-5 Savannah, Ga./ Savannah Arts Academy 5-6 Lawrenceville, Ga./Brookwood 5-10 Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek 5-5 Cumming, Ga./Blessed Trinity 5-8 Douglasville, Ga./Chapel Hill 5-1 Manassas, Va./Osborn Park 5-2 Fayetteville, Ga./Whitewater 5-2 Fishers, Ind./ Hamilton Southeastern 5-3 Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh 5-7 Elk Grove, Ill./Conant 5-5 Mississauga, Canada/Lorne Park 5-2 Lilburn, Ga./Parkview 5-4 Newnan, Ga./Newnan 5-4 Acworth, Ga./Harrison 5-8 Tampa, Fla./Vivian Gaither 5-2 Grovetown, Ga./Harlem

BOBCATS BY CLASS Senior - 6 Junior - 7 Sophomore - 4 Freshman - 7

BOBCATS BY LOCATION Georgia - 19 Florida - 1 Virginia - 1 Canada - 1 Illinois - 1 Indiana - 1 BOBCATS BY POSITION Goalkeepers - 2 Defense - 6 Midfield - 10 Forwards - 6 BOBCATS BY EXPERIENCE

Daria Owen - DAHR-ee-uh Kara Teresi - tuh-RAY-zee Amanda Veillon - va-LONE Anna Wierzbicki - weers-BICK-ee

Returning Starters - 8 Returning Letterwinners - 20 Newcomers - 8



#14 Lyric Burnett

5-9 - F - Douglasville, Ga./Chapel Hill Major: Mass Communication 2008: Saw action in 20 games while starting 11 ... Scored two goals, three assists and seven points ... PBC Second Team AllAcademic ... Georiga College Athlete of The Week recipient.

2007: Saw action in 18 matches with two starts ... Scored three goals on 11 shots ... Scored the game winning goal in a win against USC Aiken ... PBC Silver Scholar.

2006: Played in 16 games with three starts ... Was second on team with six goals and 14 points ... Added two assists ... Had her first assist in the win over Erskine Aug. 31 ... Recorded the first hat trick in school history in a win over Lander Sept. 14 ... Had a stretch of three-straight matches with points ... PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

High School: Earned All-County honors at Chapel Hill High School in Douglasville, Ga. ... Earned her team's Best Offensive Player Award and the Coaches Award ... Also earned a national leadership award and was a superintendent's scholar ... Played club soccer with the Douglas County Starline Flyers and the Cobb FC Lady Chiefs.


Movie: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days TV show: Bones Pregame meal: Good healthy sandwich Song at the moment: “I gotta Feeling� by the Black Eyed Peas

What is your number one goal at Georgia College? To be ready to take on the real world when the time comes.

What is your current ringtone? noth-

ing interesting

Any superstitions? nope What frightens you most? the dark The motto I live by is: Pour your energy

into the things you can control and not the things out of your hands.

Personal: Daughter of Chip and Vickie Burnett ... Born March 18, 1988 ... Majoring in mass communication with a minor in management.


YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 20-11 18-2 16-3 54-16

G 2 3 6 11

A 3 0 2 5

PTS 7 6 14 27

SH 23 11 25 59

GW 0 1 0 1



#6 Morgan Cobb 5-1 - D/MF - Cataula, Ga./Columbus Major: Physical Education

2008: Started all 20 games for the Bobcats ... Had two assists and two points ... NSCAA All-Southeast Region Third Team ... All-PBC First Team ... Three-time PBC Player of the Week.

2007: Saw time in all 18 games with 16 starts ... Led team in minutes played with 1197 ... Scored first collegiate goal in a 4-0 victory over Thomas University ... Named to the Peach Belt AllConference Team ... Named to the Peach Belt All-Tournament Team .... Named Daktronics All-Southeast Region Second Team, the first all region player in school history.

2006: Played in all 17 games starting 16 ... Had two assists for two points ... Recorded her first career assist in the win over Erskine Aug. 31.

High School: Graduated from Columbus High School and was a two-time All-Region selection ... Led her team to the 2005 GHSA quarterfinals ... Spent two seasons at Calvary Christian High, lettering in basketball, softball and soccer ... Played club soccer for Columbus Redstar.

Personal: Daughter of Clark and Pilar Cobb ... Born Aug. 13, 1988 ... Majoring in physical education ... Lists Mia Hamm as her favorite athlete.


YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 20-20 18-16 17-16 35-32

G 0 1 0 1

A 2 1 2 5

PTS 2 3 2 7

SH 2 3 6 11


Movie: Seven Pounds TV show: One Tree Hill Pregame meal: Subway Song at the moment: Knock You Down Memory at Georgia College: Making the National Tournament

What is your number one goal at Georgia College? To win a National Championship

What is your current ringtone? Sounds like a house phone

Any superstitions? Black tape on my fin-

ger, prewrap in the hair, listening to same songs in same order and sliders What frightens you most? Something tragic happening to me or my teammmates The motto I live by is: Love your life, do everything to your absolute fullest, don’t have any regrets in the end and be proud when you take a look back.

GW 0 0 0 0



#23 Erika Kolodin

5-3 - D - Acworth, Ga./Harrison Major: Exercise Science

2008: Started 15 games while playing in 17 ... Had one assist and one point.

2007: Saw action in 18 matches with 14 starts ... Had a goal, an assist, and three points ... Attempted 23 shots ... First collegiate goal came in the victory over North Georgia ... PBC Bronze Scholar.

2006: Played in all 17 games with 12 starts ... Posted one assist and 11 shots ... First career assist came Aug. 31 against Erskine ... PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

High School: Was an honor roll student at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga. ... Helped her team to back-to-back region championships and a state runner-up finish as a senior ... Earned All-County honors twice and was the team captain as a senior ... Earned the Senior Leadership Award and placement on the Honor Roll all four years ... Played club soccer for Cobb Futbol Club in Austell, Ga. and was a member of the state Olympic Development Program for four years.

Personal: Daughter of Scott and Karen Kolodin ... Born Feb. 27, 1988 ... Majoring in exercise science with a focus in physical therapy, hoping to open a rehabilitation center some day ... Lists Michelle Akers as her favorite athlete.


YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 17-15 18-14 17-12 52-41

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 1 1 3

PTS 1 3 1 5

SH 2 23 11 36


Movie: Wedding Crashers TV show: Greek, Gossip Girl, Brothers & Sisters, One Tree Hill

Pregame meal: Peanut Butter and Jelly with chips

Song at the moment: “Small Town USA” by Justin Moore

Memory at Georgia College: Everyone sitting around waiting to find out if we got the bid to the National Tournament and then us getting the news that we got it!

What is your number one goal at Georgia College?: National Championship What is your current ringtone?: “Out

Last Night” by Kenny Chesney Any superstitions?: I have to get ready the morning of a game, wear my hair the same way, tape on my figure (index finger now), and the same shoes.



#26 Jamie Nevin

5-2 - F - Grovetown, Ga./Harlem Major: Mathematics 2008: 17 games played with 14 starts ... Three assists, five points, and one goal scored ... Named First Team All-Academic PBC ... Georgia College Athlete of the Week winner.

2007: Played in all 18 games with 11 starts ... Had six goals, seven assists, and 19 points ... Attempted 31 shots during the season, 18 being on goal ... Found the net twice in a 5-0 win over Alabama-Huntsville ... Named to the Peach Belt All-Conference Team ... PBC Gold Scholar.

2006: Saw time in all 17 games with 10 starts ... Posted five goals and a team-best four assists ... Tallied a pair of game-winning strikes, also a team-best ... Second on the team in points with 14 ... Put in her first career goal to win a 1-0 contest at St. Andrews Presbyterian Aug. 27 ... Scored goals in two of her first three games ... Had her first career assist Sept. 14 in a win over Lander ... Had a stretch of four straight games with points from Sept. 29-Oct. 8 ... PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

High School: Was the Valedictorian at Harlem High School ... Earned All-County honors and was a three-time All-Area selection ... Scored more than 100 goals and had more than 100 assists in her career ... Also a STAR Student, member of the National Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and Who's Who in American High Schools ... Played club soccer for Augusta Arsenal and ASA Elite.


Movie: Serendipity TV show: Greek Pregame meal: Subway or a PBJ with no crust

Song at the moment: Happiness, Umbrella

Memory at Georgia College: Making the National Tournament

What is your number one goal at Georgia College? To win the National Championship with the girls I love.

What is your current ringtone? Barefoot and Crazy by Jack Ingram Any superstitions? No.

What frightens you most? Life after college soccer

The motto I live by is: “A new command

I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.� (John 13:34)

Personal: Daughter of Christine Nevin ... Born Dec. 30, 1988 ... Majoring in math with aspirations to become a teacher ... Lists Eli Manning of the New York Giants as her favorite athlete ... Team representative of Student Athlete Advisory Committee.


YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 17-14 18-11 17-10 52-35

G 1 6 5 12

A 3 7 4 14

PTS 5 19 14 38

SH 18 31 34 83



#2 Daria Owen

5-7 - MF/D - Snellville, Ga./Shiloh Major: International Business 2008: Six starts with 19 games played ... Three assists, one goal scored and five points.


Movie: The Notebook TV show: The Game Pregame meal: Pasta, PBJ Song at the moment: Too many to decide Memory at Georgia College: When we

2007: Saw action in 17 games with six starts ... Tallied three goals and three assists for nine points ... First collegiate goal came in a 6-1 win against Shorter on Oct. 6 ... Scored the gamewinning goal in a 2-0 defeat of Clayton State, giving Georgia College it's first ever postseason win ... Named to the Peach Belt didn’t have a coach and other coaches stepped in Conference All-Tournament Team ... PBC Bronze Scholar.

2006: Saw action in all 17 games with nine starts ... Posted three assists, second on the squad ... Recorded her first career assist in the 5-0 win over Lander, setting up Stacie Proffitt for the third goal of the game.

High School: Owen was a four-year scholar-athlete for Shiloh High School ... Was named her team's Best Midfielder as a senior and was the team captain ... Also a member of the National French Honors Society and a Student Council Representative judge ... Played club soccer for Stone Mountain and Cobb FC.

to coach us against Columbus State.

What is your number one goal at Georgia College? To graduate with my degree and win a National Championship.

What is your current ringtone? Boring old T-Mobile ring

Any superstitions? Don’t split the pole!

And I never ever like to talk about how I did on a test right after I take it.





Rollercoasters even though I still ride them. Personal: Daughter of Dexter and Olga Owen ... Born April 4, The motto I live by is: Put God first, and 1988 ... Majoring in international business with a minor in everything else will fall into place!


STATS YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 19-6 17-6 17-9 53-21

G 1 3 0 4

A 3 3 3 9

PTS 5 9 3 17

SH 20 30 26 76

GW 1 1 0 2



#24 Kara Teresi

5-8 - D - Tampa, Fla./Vivian Gaither Major: Mass Comunication

2008: Started 16 of 19 games played ... Had one goal and one Favorites: assist along with three points ... Named to PBC All-Tournament team ... Georgia College Athlete of the Week winner ... PBC Movie: Remember the Titans/We Are Marshall Player of the Week winner.

TV show: Law & Order SVU

2007: Saw time in 14 matches, starting two of them ... Pregame meal: Pasta Italiano Attempted one shot during the season ... PBC Bronze Scholar. Song at the moment: Celebremos

2006: Saw time in all 17 games with seven starts ... Had a goal and three assists for five points ... Posted her first career goal Aug. 31 in a win over Erskine ... Notched her first assist in the win over Lander Sept. 14 ... Had a pair of assists in the 5-0 win over North Alabama Sept. 29 ... PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

High School: Was a scholar athlete at Vivian Gaither High School in Tampa, Fla., where she earned First Team AllConference honors as a senior ... Earned second team AllConference honors twice and was her team's MVP as a senior ... Also named to the Hillsborough County All-Star team as a senior ... Also lettered in track ... Played club soccer with HC United and FC Tampa.

Memory at Georgia College: Our Soccer Lockerroom

What is your number one goal at Georgia College?: To represent Georgia College with excellence.

What frightens you most?: Large scary snakes

The motto I live by is: “No one has

greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends.� --John 15:13

Personal: Daughter of Sam and Linda Teresi ... Born Sept. 24, 1987 ... Majoring in mass communication.

STATS YEAR 2008 2007 2006 TOTAL

G-GS 19-16 14-2 17-7 50-25

G 1 0 1 2

A 1 0 3 4

PTS 3 0 5 8

SH 7 1 10 18

GW 1 0 0 1




Mary Rob Plunkett


Goalkeeper - Junior - 6-1 Augusta, Ga./Westminster Prep Major: General Business

2008: Started all 20 games at goalkeeper ... Allowed only nine goals including a .886 save percentage ... Also had nine shutouts ... Had an impressive 10 saves against the Armstrong Atlantic contest where the score ended 2-2 ... Second Team All-PBC ... Second Team All-Academic PBC ... Five time PBC Goalkeeper of the Week ... Georgia College Athlete of the Week recipient ... 2007: Saw action in 14 matches with 10 starts totaling 990 minutes between the net... Had a 7-3 record with two shutouts ... Made 40 saves in 51 chances for a .784 save percentage ... Held opponents to a 1.00 goals against average ... Had a season-high 11 saves in a 3-0 loss to Columbus ... PBC Silver Scholar ... High School: Twice named to GISA AllState Team, selected to the All-Region squad all four seasons ... Also named to 2006 Georgia 89 ODP State Team ... Member of three strong teams at Westminster Schools, taking GISA Class AAA runner-up in 2006, and earning semifinalist spots in 2004, 2005 and 2007 ... Lettered in soccer and basketball ... Twice selected to GISA All-Region in hoops ... Personal: Daughter of Jim and Mary Anne Plunkett ... Born Feb. 7, 1989 ... Majoring in business administration with career desires in sports management ... Lists playing in the 5-4 win over Clayton State in 2007 as her biggest sports thrill. YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

G-GS MIN 20-20 1728:23 14-10 990:53 34-30 2719:16


GA-AVG SV 9-0.47 70 11-1.00 40 20-0.662 110

W-L-T 13-3-4 7-3-0 20-6-4

Jamie Colcord

Defender - Freshman - 5-6 Marietta, Ga./Lassiter Major: Undecided

High School: Played for Lassiter High under head coach John Asmussen ... Named team’s best offensive player three of her four seasons ... Selected to All-Star Team ... Played for the NASA 09 Elite for two seasons, winning a State Club title in 2008 ... Personal: Daughter of Kim and Terri Colcord ... Born March 1, 1991 ... Undecided on a major ... Lists Carlos Bocanegra as her favorite athlete ... Cites Spongebob Squarepants as her favorite TV show ... Has an english muffin with honey and cream cheese as part of her gameday ritual.


SH 9 2 11

Taylor Mulryan

Sarah Young

Midfielder - Junior - 5-5 Silver Creek, Ga./Rome (Middle Georgia Coll.) Major: Marketing

Prior to Georgia College: Played two seasons for Middle Georgia College in Cochran, Ga. under head coach Vincent Gill ... Named to the All-Region First Team in both seasons ... Was team midfield MVP in her freshman season ... High School: Played her final three seasons for Rome High ... Named first team All-Region and team’s midfield MVP in each of the three seasons ... Spent her freshman year at Berkner High in Dallas, Texas, earning First Team AllRegion and Newcomer of the Year ... Personal: Daughter of Ross and Ellen Young ... Born Nov. 25, 1987 ... Majoring in marketing ... Lists Michael Akers as her favorite athlete ... Came to Georgia College for its business program, it’s in a fun town and because of the success of the team ... Afraid of heights and eats sushi for a pregame ritual.

Goalkeeper - Freshman - 5-8 Cumming, Ga./Blessed Trinity Major: Accounting

High School: Played for Blessed Trinity High under head coach Gilbert Jean-Baptiste ... Picked up State Championships in AAA for 2007 and 2008 ... Was a member of ASA Extreme from 2007-2008 ... Personal: Daughter of Tom and Linda Schulte ... Born Oct. 15, 1990 ... Majoring in accounting ... Chose Georgia College for the school’s size ... Eats a Snickers bar for her pre-game ritual ... Lists “Alright” by Darius Rucker as her ringtone ... Favorite movie is Accepted.



Megan McAlpin


MF/F - Sophomore - 5-7 Newnan, Ga./Newnan Major: Pre-Early Childhood Education

2008: Saw action in all 20 games while starting three ... Second on the team with six goals, two assists and 14 points ... Her first career goal came against Alabama-Huntsville helping the Bobcats with a 3-0 victory ... First assist was against North Alabama ... Got the game-winning goal against Georgia Southwestern ... PBC All-Tournament Team honors ... High School: Competed for Newnan High under head coach Aaron Buck ... Newnan also produced former Bobcat goalkeeper Kristen Moore ... Named to both the All-Region and All-County teams in 2008 ... Selected to the Times-Herald All-Coweta County Team and the Atlanta Journal Constitution All-Fayette-Coweta County Team in 2006 ... Named to GHSA Region 4-AAAAA Team in 2006 ... Emassed 89 goals and 57 assists over her four seasons, including 30 goals and 17 helps in 2008 ... Competed in club soccer for 2007 State Cup Champs Concorde Fire South under Cedric Marshall and Brian Moore with fellow Bobcat, Tawny Moffat ... Personal: Daughter of Mark and Linda McAlpin ... Born May 29, 1990 ... Majoring in pre-early childhood education. YEAR 2008

G-GS 20-3

G 6

A 2


PTS 14

SH 20


GW 1

G-GS 20-0 12-1 32-1

G 2 1 3

Jessica Newland

Forward - Junior - 5-1 Hiram, Ga./McEachern Major: Pre-Mass Communication

A 2 1 3

PTS 6 3 9

SH 26 10 36

F/D - Freshman - 5-5 Savannah, Ga./Savannah Arts Academy Major: Pre-Nursing

High School: Played for Savannah Arts Academy under head coach Rob Priestley ... Picked up AllRegion honors in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Named to Team of the Year in 2009, selected team MVP in 2009 ... Spent six years in the Coastal Georgia Soccer Association for club ball ... Named CGSA Player of the Year in 2007 ... Personal: Daughter of Tommy and Jennifer O’Hayer ... Born July 20, 1991 ... Majoring in pre-nursing ... Is a champion Irish Dancer ... Lists her career goal as becoming a pediatric nurse ... Has “Ants Marching” by Dave Matthews Band as her ringtone ... Chose Georgia College for for its nursing program and the opporutnity to play soccer.

2008: Saw action in all 20 games ... Two goals, two assists and six points ... Both goals came in Bobcat victories ... 2007: Saw time in 12 games with one start ... Had one goal, one assist, and three points ... Attempted 10 shots ... Tallied a goal and an assist in her first collegiate game on Aug. 25 against Thomas ... PBC Bronze Scholar ... High School: During her four seasons at McEachern, helped the team to the second round of the 2006 GHSA 5A playoffs, scoring 14 goals with five assists her junior season ... Played club soccer for Kennesaw FC and West Metro ... Personal: Daughter of Wayne and Lesley Newland ... Born April 23, 1989 ... Majoring in pre-mass communication ... Lists her favorite movie as Pirates of the Caribbean. YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

Haley O’Hayer

GW 0 0 0



Kelli McLane



MF/F - Junior - 5-6 Lawrenceville, Ga./Brookwood Major: Psychology

G-GS 20-2 16-3 36-5

G 3 2 5

A 1 5 6

PTS 7 9 16

SH 23 23 46

D/MF - Junior - 5-9 Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek Major: Biology

2008: Started all 20 games ... Two goals, two assists and six points ... First career assist was to Hayley Ferrell against North Georgia in a 2-0 win ... Second Team All-PBC ... First Team AllAcademic PBC ... PBC Player of the Week winner ... 2007: Saw action in 16 games with 16 starts ... Attempted 30 shots, 10 being shots on goal ... Scored first collegiate goal Oct. 11 against Georgia Southwestern ... Second on the team in minutes played with 1000 ... PBC Gold Scholar ... High School: Selected to Georgia 89 ODP State Team in 2006 ... Tallied 43 goals and 19 assists during first three years at Sandy Creek ... Was an honor graduate ... The AFC Lightning club squad won three GYSA Athena A Championships in her four seasons, teaming with fellow Bobcats Kayla Emerson and Kelli McLane ... Personal: Daughter of Jim and Kim Treat ... Born Jan. 31, 1989 ... Majoring in biology with a concentration in premed and go into pediatrics ... Lists Mia Hamm as favorite athlete ... Team representative of Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

2008: Played in all 20 games while getting two starts ... Scored three goals, one assist and seven points ... Second Team PBC All-Academic honors ... 2007: Played in 16 games with three starts ... Had two goals and nine points ... Was third on the team in assists with five ... First collegiate goal came on Oct. 6 in a 4-0 victory against Shorter ... First collegiate assist came in a win against North Alabama ... PBC Silver Scholar ... High School: Only player in Georgia Named to the Super Y National Camp Select Team in January 2007 (top-18 players at national camp) ... Selected to attend the Super Y Camp three times ... Named to Super Y North American Finals All-Tournament Team in 2006 ... Selected to Georgia 88 ODP State Team ... Joined fellow GCSU players Ally Treat and Kayla Emerson to win three GYSA Athena A Championships with the AFC Lightning Club ... Four-year varsity member of Brookwood High squad, twice advancing to the state quarterfinals ... Served as captain of the state semifinalist squad in her senior season ... Was coached by her mother, Anita ... Four-time BHS Scholar Athlete honoree, also earned the Gwinnett Prep Rally/Bowen Homes High School Player of the Week twice ... Personal: Daughter of David and Anita McLane ... Born Oct. 7, 1988 ... Majoring in psychology with a criminology minor to become a criminal profiler ... She liked Georgia College's laid-back and personal atmosphere ... Lists her favorite athlete as Michelle Akers ... Has “She’s Country” by Jason Aldean as her ringtone. YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

Ally Treat

YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

G-GS 20-20 16-16 36-36

G 2 1 3

A 2 0 2

SH 20 30 50

GW 0 0 0

Jessica Binkowski


GW 0 0 0

PTS 6 2 8

Defender - Junior - 5-5 Cumming, Ga./Blessed Trinity Major: Biology

2008: Played in 19 games with 18 starts ... Key to the Bobcat defense that only allowed 10 goals all season ... Second Team All-Academic PBC ... Second Team All-PBC ... COSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Third Team ... 2007: Saw action in 17 games with five starts ... Attempted two shots during her freshman season ... PBC Gold Scholar ... High School: Team played in State Championship game all four seasons at Blessed Trinity Catholic ... Starter for GHSA Class 3A State Champs in 2007 ... Member of State Champs in 2004 and co-champions in 2006 ... Team picked up a runner-up honor in 2005 ... Played club soccer for Atlanta Fire United 89 Elite ... Personal: Daughter of Bernard and Linda Binkowski ... Born Sept. 22, 1988 ... Majoring in biology with a concentration in pre-med ... Binkowski fell in love with Georiga College on her first unofficial campus visit. YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

G-GS 19-18 17-5 36-23



G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

SH 4 2 6

GW 0 0 0


Karen Bonilla


Midfielder - Sophomore - 5-0 Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park Major: Business Management

G-GS 17-13

G 1


A 3


SH 18

G-GS 18-15 18-4 36-19

G 6 2 8

Kayla Emerson


D/MF - Junior - 5-2 Fayetteville, Ga./Whitewater Major: Community Health

A 4 4 8

PTS 16 8 24

SH 24 10 34

Tawny Moffat

GW 0

2008: Had 15 starts in 18 games played ... Six goals, four assists and 16 points as a sophomore ... Scored in three straight games against Mars Hill, North Alabama and Lander ... Second Team All-PBC ... 2007: Played in all 18 games, starting four of them ... Had two goals, four assists, and eight points ... Tallied an assist in her first collegiate game against Thomas ... First collegiate goal proved to be a game winner in a 1-0 victory over UNC Pembroke ... High School: Won school's Offensive MVP honor her first three seasons ... Earned two selections to All-County honors ... Played for GHSA Class 5A State Champions in 2007 ... Joined fellow Bobcats Ally Treat and Kelli McLane to win three GYSA Athena A Championships with the AFC Lightning Club ... Wildcat high school squad finished No. 5 in the state her junior season ... Personal: Daughter of David and Tina Emerson ... Born March 21, 1989 ... Sister of former Bobcat Britni Emerson, the first signee for the Georiga College soccer program ... Majoring in community health ... Lists The Notebook as her favorite movie. YEAR 2008 2007 TOTAL

Midfielder - Freshman - 5-2 Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern Major: Art

High School: Played for Hamilton Southeastern under head coach Greg Davidson ... Selected to the 2008 Watchlist for Soccer ... Chosen All-County and earned All-District Second Team honors ... Won Golden Boot Award ... Played three seasons for the Dynamo FC in Indianapolis under head coach Lauren Martz ... Personal: Daughter of Chris and Aimee Holden ... Born Feb. 8, 1991 ... Majoring in art ... Lists 10 Things I Hate About You as her favorite movie ... Enjoys running, reading and art in her spare time ... Chose Georiga College to play soccer, because she loves the school and because of her major.

2008: Started 13 games while seeing action in 17 ... Had three assists, one goal and five points as a freshman ... Her first career goal came against North Alabama in a 5-0 victory ... First Team All-PBC ... High School: Was a four-year member of the soccer squad at Osborn Park High, earning Second Team All-Region twice ... Also was selected to the All-District team three times, including a pair of first-team nods ... Led the squad in goals in 2006 and 2007, earning the team's MVP in 2008 ... Team was District Champions in 2006 ... Graduated a year early ... Was an All-District selectionat ODP in 2004 and 2005 ... Personal: Daughter of Valentin and Sandra Bonilla ... Born Oct. 21, 1990 ... Majoring in business management ... Member of the BYRC Blue Thunder club team. YEAR 2008

Olivia Holden

Defender - Sophomore - 5-2 Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh Major: Pre-Nursing

2008: 19 games played with seven starts ... One goal as a freshman which came in the PBC Tournament against UNC Pembroke ... Picked up the Team Impact Award ... High School: Lettered for three seasons at McIntosh High in Peachtree City under head coach Marcia Clark ... Named All-County twice and was selected for the Senior All-Star Game ... Named team's most valuable defensive player for her last three seasons ... Named First Team All-Region ... On State Championship team in 2005 ... Played for the Concorde Fire South squad under Cedric Marshall and Brian Moore with fellow Bobcat Megan McAlpin ... Won the State Cup in 2007 ... Personal: Daughter of Craig and Cheryl Moffat ... Born July 5, 1990 ... Majoring in pre-nursing ... Names slide tackling her biggest thrill in sports ... Lists One Tree Hill as her favorite TV show ... Listens to her iPod as part of her pre-game preparation. YEAR 2008

G-GS 19-7

GW 2 1 3



G 1

A 0


SH 8

GW 0

Becky Knoll


D/MF - Freshman - 5-7 Elk Grove, Ill./Conant Major: Secondary EducationHistory


High School: Played for Conant High, a two-time region champ program under head coach Jason Franco ... Chosen All-Area and All-Conference ... Earned Team MVP honors ... Selected to both the Honor Roll and All-Honors Team ... Played club for Eclipse Select for seven years ... Personal: Daughter of Richard and Lois Knoll ... Born Nov. 29, 1990 ... Majoring in secondary education with a focus in history ... Listens to her iPod as part of her pre-game ritual ... Chose Georgia College for the soccer program, the education program, the coaches and the team ... Lists clowns as the thing that scares her most ... Cites Greek and One Tree Hill as her favorite TV shows.

MF/D - Sophomore - 5-5 Mississauga, Ontario/Lorne Park Major: Undecided


2008: 17 starts along with 20 games of play ... Two assists and two points as a freshman ... First career assist was in a 3-0 win against AlabamaHuntsville ... High School: The first international recruit in program history, Frazer started for the Lorne Park Secondary School squad in her junior and senior seasons, coached by both Julie Hunt-Gibbons and Wesley MacNamara ... Also competed in basketball, rugby, volleyball and track and field ... Region finals in soccer in 2007 and rugby in 2005 ... Competed for both the North Mississauga and Erin Mills Soccer Clubs ... Selected to OYSL All-Star Team in 2007 ... Personal: Daughter of Tim and Cindy Frazer ... Born Nov. 23, 1990 ... Plans to major in either business or pre-law. G-GS 20-17

G 0

A 2


SH 25

D/MF - Freshman - 5-2 Lilburn, Ga./Parkview Major: Pre-Nursing

High School: Spent three seasons on the varsity squad at the highlydecorated Parkview High, playing under head coach Judson Hamby ... Was a part of three state championships from 2007-09, marking the first girls team in Georgia 5A history to three-peat ... The squad also compiled a whopping 43-game win streak during her time at Parkview ... She played her club ball for the GSA 91 Phoenix Red from 2005-09, guided by head coach Rick Shaw ... Personal: Daughter of John and Tamsen Boone ... Born Aug. 10, 1991 ... Majoring in pre-nursing ... Her personal biggest thrill in sports are sick keeper saves ... Has eventual career goals of attaining a masters degree after working two years with her BSN ... Loves to play the piano ... Lists Zinedine Zidane as her favorite athlete.

Leah Frazer

YEAR 2008

Amanda Veillon

Anna Wierzbicki


Forward - Freshman - 5-4 Newnan, Ga./Newnan Major: Nutritional Science

High School: Graduated from Newnan High ... Named team’s Offensive MVP ... Member of the AFC Lightening Soccer Club, coached by Andy Thompson ... Personal: Daughter of David and Janis Wierzbicki ... Born Oct. 22, 1990 ... Majoring in nutritional science ... Eats something light before every game, like an apple or granola bar ... Lists spiders as the thing that scares her most ... Loves watching the Atlanta Braves in her spare time.

GW 0



2008 Season Review

Bobcats garner first NCAA Tournament trip among other great moments


Georgia College also landed its first players on the NSCAA All-Region Team, as senior forward Hayley Ferrell and junior defender Morgan Cobb earned slots on the Southeast Region squad. Ferrell and Cobb joined five other Bobcats on the All-PBC teams, as sophomores Jessica Binkowski, Mary Rob Plunkett, Ally Treat and Kayla Emerson joined freshman Karen Bonilla with all-conference honors. Junior Kara Teresi and freshman Megan McAlpin were named to the PBC All-Tournament Team. The Bobcats got it done in the classroom as well, as senior Beth Coughlin and Binkowski were selected to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. Coughlin, Jamie Nevin, Treat, Binkowski, Lyric Burnett, Jeni Day, Kelli McLane, Plunkett and Ferrell were also selected to the first Peach Belt All-Academic Team. The Bobcats also picked up a team academic award through the NSCAA and the National Ethics/Sportsmanship honor from the same organization.

With a 13-3-4 record, best in the program's history, a 5-1-2 Peach Belt record, also best ever, and with several team and individual records broken, there is no doubt that Georgia College Soccer has become an elite program recognized Nationally with it's first NSCAA National Ranking as well as it's first-ever NCAA National Tournament Appearance. In perspective, this was truly an amazing season not just in the historical context of the program, but for any program at any time: A dominating team defense which was on top of the national statistics, being nationally ranked and making the NCAA tournament is a great year for any team and especially for a five-year old program in the middle of it's first coaching transition. After a tough pre-season schedule, the season started with a 0-0 tie against Belmont Abbey, not the way coaches and players would have envisioned, but in the second game against perennial regional powerhouse Tusculum College, a 21 win gave the team much needed confidence boost. Two more wins against non-conference opponents and a 3-0-1 record meant the team's first appearance in the NSCAA Regional Ranking, an honor maintained through the end of the season. The team's first conference match against UNC Pembroke would prove to be a test since UNCP was ranked in the top-10 nationally and undefeated. In an accident-filled game, UNCP would break through at the end of the half and hand the Bobcats its first loss of the season, and what would be the only regular season loss of the year. A four-game winning streak including a 1-0 win at home vs. Lander, preceded a much anticipated match against Armstrong Atlantic, who had been in the NCAA Tournament the last two years. After going down an early goal, the Bobcats showed much character and were able to score two goals before halftime. It seemed the score would hold up until the last minute of play when AASU scored a tying goal to send the game into OT, but neither team was able to break the deadlock. In the next six games, the Bobcats posted a 5-0-1 record, including four key PBC wins leading to the last regular season contest at Columbus State. CSU had already clinched the PBC Championship, and Georgia College could finish no higher than third place, its highest finish ever, but the game was a defensive battle, in which the tough Georgia College defense provided its 12th shutout. The Conference tournament brackets were set and the Bobcats beat Lander 2-0 in the first round to set up a rematch with UNC Pembroke in the semifinal in Evans, Ga. In a game where the Bobcats were out playing their opponents, a "fatal five minutes cost us the game," said Favero referring to a missed penalty kick for the Bobcats and allowing two goals right after that. A late tally off a corner kick proved to be too little. So could this great season have come to an end .... Georiga College would have to wait three long nights and two days to find out if their 13-2-4 record would be enough to get an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. On a Monday afternoon, as the team gathered in the locker room, the announcement was made and the team exploded with joy and emotion. The Bobcats had done it ... they were on their way to the first-ever NCAA appearance and would face Catawba College, a team Favero was familiar with from his days in the South Atlantic Conference. The game started well for the team with the run of play and early scoring chances clearly on their favor. One of those clear chances was capitalized halfway through the first half on a goal by sophomore Kayla Emerson. The second half saw the momentum change and a couple of missed clearances led to the tying tally by Catawba. The uncharacteristic defensive lapses would prove to be the undoing of the team as in the first OT period, a similar play would lead to the last goal the team would allow in 2008, and with it the end of an incredible season.

2008 Schedule/Results Date 8/29 9/5 9/7 9/14 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/28 10/1 10/4 10/7 10/11 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/29 11/1 11/4 11/7 11/14

Opponent Belmont Abbey Tusculum Limestone Ala.-Huntsville UNC Pembroke* Erskine Mars Hill North Alabama Lander* AASU* Ga. Southwestern* Newberry USC Aiken* Lincoln Memorial Clayton St.* North Georgia* Columbus St.* Lander^ UNC Pembroke^ Catawba#

Bold Denotes Home Match *Denotes PBC Match ^Denotes PBC Tournament #Denotes National Tournament



Result T, 0-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 6-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 W, 1-0 T, 2-2 W, 5-1 T, 0-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 L, 1-2

2008 Final Stats

OVERALL: 13-3-4 - PEACH BELT: 5-1-2 - HOME: 7-0-2 - AWAY: 5-1-2 - NEUTRAL: 1-2

## 3 16 5 22 10 14 7 11 2 26 15 4 24 18 20 6 23 25 17 13

NAME Ferrell, Hayley Emerson, Kayla McAlpin, Megan Day, Jeni McLane, Kelli Burnett, Lyric Newland, Jessica Treat, Ally Owen, Daria Nevin, Jamie Bonilla, Karen Byrne, Mary Teresi, Kara Moffat, Tawny Frazer, Leah Cobb, Morgan Kolodin, Erika Hall, Lauren Coughlin, Beth Binkowski, Jessica TOTAL OPPONENTS

## 1 0 01

NAME GP-GS Moore, Kristen 4-0 Plunkett, Mary Rob 20-20 Rothenberg, Meghan 3-0 TEAM TOTAL 20 OPPONENTS 20

Hayley Ferrell

GP-GS 20-20 18-15 20-3 18-0 20-2 20-11 20-0 20-20 19-6 17-14 17-13 12-1 19-16 19-7 20-17 20-20 17-15 7-0 19-2 19-18 20 20

G 10 6 6 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 10

A 6 4 2 2 1 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 40 8

PTS 26 16 14 12 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 126 28

[-------GOAL AVG-----------] MIN GA AVG 120:26 0 0.00 1728:23 9 0.47 35:52 1 2.51 0:00 0 0.00 1884:41 10 0.48 1884:41 43 2.05

Ally Treat

SH 54 24 20 15 23 23 26 20 20 18 18 5 7 8 25 2 2 1 10 4 325 178

GW 5 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 3

SVS 1 70 2 1 74 128

W-L-T 0-0-0 13-3-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 13-3-4 3-13-4

Karen Bonilla



PK-ATT 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 SHO 0 9 0 4 13 4

Kayla Emerson

2008 PBC Results


SCHOOL Columbus St.^*# UNC Pembroke# Georgia College# North Georgia Armstrong Atlantic Clayton St. Lander USC Aiken GSW

Pts 22 19 17 15 14 4 4 4 1

PBC 7-0-1 6-1-1 5-1-2 5-3 4-2-2 1-6-1 1-5-1 1-6-1 0-7-1

2008 ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE TEAM FORWARDS- FIRST TEAM Kristin Burton, Armstrong Atlantic Melanie Cobb, UNC Pembroke Stephanie Parrish, Columbus St. SECOND TEAM Hayley Ferrell, Georgia College Gina Goforth, Columbus St. Lauren Schenk, North Georgia MIDFIELDERS- FIRST TEAM Faye Corbett, UNC Pembroke Kelly Martin, North Georgia Kellie Myles, Columbus St. SECOND TEAM Jamie Craine, Armstrong Atlantic Jennifer Powell, Clayton St. Ally Treat, Georgia College DEFENDERS- FIRST TEAM Sarah Hawkins, Columbus St. Lauren Townsend, UNC Pembroke Morgan Cobb, Georgia College SECOND TEAM Jessica Binkowski, Georgia College Britney Greaves, UNC Pembroke Casey Smith, North Georgia GOALKEEPERS- FIRST TEAM Whitneyy Beverly, UNC Pembroke SECOND TEAM Mary Rob Plunkett, Georgia College AT LARGE- FIRST TEAM Monica Sanchez, Columbus St. Danielle Brannon, North Georgia Karen Bonilla, Georgia College SECOND TEAM Kayla Emerson, Georgia College Lauren Myers, USC Aiken Bose Tanimola, Clayton St. Player of the Year Kristin Burton, Armstrong Atlantic Freshman of the Year Britney Joiner, UNC Pembroke Coach of the Year Jay Entlich, Columbus St.

OVERALL 20-3-1 19-3-1 13-3-4 8-7-2 11-6-3 1-14-2 6-9-1 3-15-2 5-14-1

# - NCAA Tournament Participant ^ - PBC Regular-Season Champion * - PBC Tournament Champion 2008 PEACH BELT TOURNAMENT RESULTS

FIRST ROUND Armstrong Atlantic 2, North Georgia 0 Georgia College 2, Lander 0 UNC Pembroke 1, USC Aiken 0 Columbus State 4, Clayton State 0 SEMIFINALS UNC Pembroke 2, Georgia College 1 Columbus State 1, Armstrong Atlantic 0 [ot] FINALS Columbus State 2, UNC Pembroke 1 [ot] PBC All-Tournament Team Leslie Matthews- Columbus St. (MVP) Natalie Douglas, North Georgia Laura Dickson, USC Aiken Base Tanimola, Clayton St. Kelly Maupin, Lander Megan McAlpin, Georgia College Kara Teresi, Georgia College Kelli Bahr, Armstrong Atlantic Jamie Craine, Armstrong Atlantic Melanie Cobb, UNC Pembroke Lauren Townsend, UNC Pembroke Whiteny Beverly, UNC Pembroke Stephaine Parrish, Columbus St. Kate Walton, Columbus St. Kim Gaughan, Columbus St.



Peach Belt Conference Vision Statement

The Peach Belt Conference is committed to providing through its dependent collegiate members, a forum for student participation in athletic, academic, and co-curricular events under the auspices of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division II.

We will exemplify the characteristics of a premier intercollegiate conference that prides itself on the inclusion of students of all demographic groups who wish to participate in a well-rounded sports program. Our institutions, our academic goals, our athletic aspirations reflect a commonality of purpose and a commitment to excellence in the classroom and on the playing field.

Since its inception in 1991, the Peach Belt Conference has worked tirelessly to become one of the elite conferences in NCAA Division II. Now entering its 19th season with 26 national championships and 27 national finalists, the PBC has accomplished that goal. Starting with only two championships in 1991, in men's and women's basketball, the conference has expanded to 12 championship sports with the addition of women’s soccer in the fall of 2000. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and began play in 1991. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. The 2005-06 season was another successful year with USC Aiken winning its third straight golf championship and Columbus State finishing second, and Armstrong Atlantic State was the runner-up in the women's tennis national championship. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC


Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton College & State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005 and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University as its 11th member in the fall of 2005. Georgia Southwestern State University was accepted as the league’s 12th member in the spring of 2006. Flagler College and the University of Montevallo will join the conference in 2009. Dave Brunk was named the second commissioner in the history of the PBC during the summer of 2007. Brunk most recently served as commissoner of the Northeast-10 Conference for the past nine years. Dr. David Potter, president of North Georgia College & State University, is the president of the Peach Belt in 2009-10. The conference currently holds championships in 12 sports, six for men and six for women. They are men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf.

Board of Directors

PRESIDENT: Dr. David Potter North Georgia College & State University

Dr. Linda Bleicken, President, Armstrong Atlantic State University

Dr. William A. Bloodworth, Jr., President, Augusta State University

Dr. Thomas Hynes, Jr. , Interim President, Clayton State University


Dr. Timothy Mescon, President, Columbus State University Dr. William Abare, Jr. , President, Flagler College

VICE-PRESIDENT: Dr. Kendall Blanchard Georgia Southwestern State University

Dr. Fred Carter, President, Francis Marion University

Dr. Dorothy Leland, President, Georgia College & State University Dr. Kendall A. Blanchard, Georgia Southwestern State University

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: Dr. Dorothy Leland Georgia College & State University

Dr. Daniel Ball, President, Lander University

Dr. Philip Williams, President, University of Montevallo

Dr. David Potter. President, North Georgia College & State University Dr. Charles Jenkins, Interim Chancellor,


University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Dr. Thomas L. Hallman, Chancellor, University of South Carolina Aiken GEORGIA COLLEGE SOCCER 2009


Service/Ethics BOBCAT SOCCER JOINS UP WITH LITTLE FEET MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia College soccer team and head coach Juan Pablo Favero are proud to announce an agreement with non-profit organization Little Feet to purchase practice balls.

faster than a new soccer ball can, “ said organization founder Trevor Slavick. “It is simply amazing how one ball can make such a huge difference in that child's life. Some of these future smiles will now come courtesy of the Bobcat Soccer Team. A soccer ball won't stop a war and it won't fill a belly, but it might help heal a soul and let children be children; at least for a little while.”

A program beginning in March of 2006, Little Feet is a grassroots organization sending soccer balls to underprivileged kids across the globe. The program is simple, for each ball purchased through the organization, Little Feet donates a ball to a needy child to promote the game of soccer worldwide. The Bobcats are just the second collegiate soccer team to join up with the organization.

The Bobcat soccer team will use the balls for practice purposes, and are happy to give back to future soccer stars. Individuals can purchase soccer balls through Little Feet as well. To help build the program, visit the Little Feet web site at .

“We have traveled to some of the most poverty stricken areas all over the world and nothing can put a smile on a kid's face

BOBCAT SOCCER HONORED BY NSCAA honor as it is a very difficult one to attain," says head coach Juan Pablo Favero. "We have a trident of areas we want to excel in: athletically, academically, and as ambassadors of Georgia College. Our team has attained a high level of performance in each of these areas. This is the golden broach for a season of excellence, in all we achieved in 2008."

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Bobcats were a recipient of the 2008 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Ethics/Sportsmanship Award, the first such award in program history. The requirements for this prestigious award are no red cards and limiting yellow cards to fewer than 10. The Bobcats were placed at the Bronze level due to six yellow cards during the season.

The Bobcats also received a NSCAA College Team Academic Award. Teams must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in order to receive the award.

Georgia College is one of only 12 Divison II programs to receive the honor. The NSCAA recognizes 66 programs (including NAIA, junior colleges and both genders). An interesting side note, the Bobcats are the sole Peach Belt Conference (PBC) recipient and team in their respective region to win the Ethics/Sportmanship Award.

Georgia College (3.52 GPA) was tied for 14th out of 262 schools; it was also first among PBC schools. "I have been so impressed with this group of ladies and the commitment to excellence they have shown in every area of their lives," Favero said "This recognition for their commitment to academics is a direct reflection on the effort and time our student-athletes have invested into their studies, so we are very proud for them. For us to have such a high team GPA with the high academic standards and requirements at Georgia College, only adds value to this achievement."

"The Ethics/Sportsmanship Award is one of the most difficult to achieve in the entire NSCAA awards program," says Chair of the NSCAA Ethics Committee, Dr. Brian Crossman. "I am extremely proud of the team for attaining this high



GCSU Athletic Hall of Fame Inaugural Class Phil Arp - Baseball Sherita Ballard - Basketball Tom Gorman - Baseball Jennifer Joiner - Softball John Kurtz - Baseball Coach Michael Peeler - Athletic Director/ Golf Coach David Robinson - Golf Julia Roudkovskaya - Tennis Duward Whelchel - Tennis Coach Robert Williams - Basketball

The 2008-09 season marked the 40th anniversary of athletic competition at Georgia College & State University. Now in its third year in existence is the Georiga College Athletic Hall of Fame, honoring former Colonials and Bobcats for their efforts to their sports and the University as a whole. The four-member class in 2009 brings the total to 19 honorees in the Georiga College Hall of fame. Anyone interested in nominating a former student athlete need only fill out the form located on the Athletics Web Site at

Class of 2008 Lilia Biktyakova - Tennis Julius Joseph - Basketball Rusty Kea - Baseball Alex McMichael - Golf Missy (Thomas) Swicord - Gymnastics Class of 2009 Anna (Haggkvist) Sundstrom - Tennis Leonard Scott - Basketball Jay Torrence - Tennis Greg Winters - Baseball

The 2009 induction class

Jennifer Joiner

Anna (Haggkvist) Sundstrom

Robert Williams



Phil Arp

Individual Awards & Honors

Beth Coughlin

Jessica Binkowski

Lyric Burnett

COSIDA/ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2007 - Beth Coughlin, Third Team COSIDA/ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2008 - Beth Coughlin, First Team Jessica Binkowski, Third Team 2007 - Beth Coughlin, First Team Jamie Nevin, Second Team NSCAA ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION 2008 - Hayley Ferrell and Morgan Cobb, Third Team DAKTRONICS SOUTHEAST ALL-REGION 2007 - Morgan Cobb, Second Team ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE 2008 - First Team: Morgan Cobb, Karen Bonilla Second Team: Hayley Ferrell, Ally Treat, Kayla Emerson, Mary Rob Plunkett, Jessica Binkowski 2007 - Hayley Ferrell, Morgan Cobb, Jamie Nevin 2005 - Hayley Ferrell PEACH BELT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2008 - First Team: Beth Coughlin, Jamie Nevin, Ally Treat; Second Team: Jessica Binkowksi, Lyric Burnett, Jeni Day, Kelli McLane, Mary Rob Plunkett; Third Team: Hayley Ferrell PEACH BELT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2008 - Megan McAlpin, Kara Teresi 2007 - Morgan Cobb, Daria Owen 2006 - Ali Caton 2005 - Meredith Moran 2004 - Michelle Parr PEACH BELT PLAYER OF THE WEEK Def - Morgan Cobb (9/3/08, 10/21/08, 11/4/08), Ally Treat (9/9/08), Kara Teresi (9/30/08) GK - Mary Rob Plunkett (9/9/08, 9/30/08, 10/7/08, 10/27/08, 11/4/08) Hayley Ferrell (10/16/07) Meredith Moran (9/20/05) Tami Pissott (9/14/04) PEACH BELT PRESIDENTIAL HONOR ROLL 2008 - Gold: Jessica Binkowski , Jeni Day, Kristen Moore, Jamie Nevin, Kelli McLane, Ally Treat, Hayley Ferrell, Jessica Newland, Lyric Burnett, Mary Byrne; Silver: Kara Teresi, Lauren Hall, Megan McAlpin; Bronze: Erika Kolodin, Morgan Cobb, Beth Coughlin, Mary Rob Plunkett, Caitlin Smith. 2007 - Gold: Mary Byrne, Kristen Moore, Jamie Nevin, Emily Norris, Jessica Binkowski, Britni Emerson, Ally Treat; Silver: Hayley Ferrell, Beth Coughlin, Katie Snyder, Meghan Rothenberg, Miranda Markesteyn, Mary Rob Plunkett, Lyric Burnett, Jeni Day, Christine Davidson, Kelli McLane; Bronze: Leanne Hill, Daria Owen, Erika Kolodin, Jessica McGinnis, Kara Teresi, Alex Stover, Jessica Newland; Presidential: Kathleen Hovey, Karly Zapp, Jordan Bryant. 2006 - Lyric Burnett, Mary Byrne, Beth Coughlin, Jeni Day, Hayley Ferrell, Kathleen Hovey, Erika Kolodin, Miranda Markesteyn, Jessica McGinnis, Kristen Moore, Jamie Nevin, Emily Norris, Stacie Proffitt, Meghan Rothenberg, Alex Stover, Kara Teresi, Alex Thon 2005 - Mary Byrne, Beth Coughlin, Britni Emerson, Hayley Ferrell, Kim Goodwin, Jessica Koburger, Jessica McGinnis, Kristen Moore, Meredith Moran, Emily Norris, Joanna Papy, Stacie Proffitt, Meghan Rothenberg, Sierra Sasser, Sarah Story, Alex Stover, Alex Thon, Charlsey Thornton, Amanda Traber 2004 - Holly Chandler, Britni Emerson, Sydney Flinn, Sarah Flynn, Jacquelyn Gabel, Tori Klein, Jessica Koburger, Meredith Moran, Emily Norris, Michelle Parr, Tami Pissott, Sierra Sasser, Emily Seder. GEORGIA COLLEGE SOCCER 2009


Morgan Cobb

Jamie Nevin

Ally Treat

Individual Records SINGLE-GAME RECORDS MOST GOALS: 3 - Hayley Ferrell v. North Alabama, 9/9/07; Lyric Burnett v. Lander, 9/14/06 MOST ASSISTS: 2, Many Times - MR- Hayley Ferrell v. Clayton St., 10/22/08 MOST POINTS: 6 - Hayley Ferrell v. North Alabama, 9/9/07 and v. Clayton St., 10/22/08; Lyric Burnett v. Lander, 9/14/06 MOST SHOTS: 8 - Sierra Sasser v. USC Aiken, 10/13/04; Tami Pissott at North Greenville, 9/11/04 MOST SAVES: 16 - Michelle Parr v. Francis Marion, 10/9/04 Kayla Emerson

Meredith Moran

Beth Coughlin

SEASON RECORDS GOALS: 16 - Hayley Ferrell (2007) ASSISTS: 8 - Beth Coughlin (2007); Natalie Thomas (2005) POINTS: 34 - Hayley Ferrell (2007) SHOTS: 63 - Hayley Ferrell (2007) MATCH-WINNING GOALS: 6 - Hayley Ferrell (2007) SAVES: 127 - Michelle Parr (2004) SHUTOUTS: 9 - Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) GOALS-AGAINST AVG (MIN 1000 MINUTES): 0.47 - Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) GOALKEEPER MINUTES: 1728:23 - Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 71, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 64, Alex Stover (2004-07) 3. 63, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 4. 55, Morgan Cobb (2006-pres.) 5. 54, Emily Norris (2004-07) 54, Lyric Burnett (2006-pres.) GOALS 1. 41, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 12, Meredith Moran (2004-05) 12, Jamie Nevin (2006-pres.) 4. 11, Lyric Burnett (2006-pres.) 5. 9, Tami Pissott (2004-05) 9, Jeni Day (2006-08) ASSISTS 1. 14, Jamie Nevin (2006-pres.) 2. 11, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 11, Emily Norris (2004-07) 4. 10, Beth Coughlin (2005-08) 5. 9, Natalie Thomas (2005-06) 9, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 9, Daria Owen (2006-pres.) POINTS 1. 92, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 38, Jamie Nevin (2006-pres.) 3. 27, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 27, Meredith Moran (2004-06) 27, Lyric Burnett (2006-pres.)

MATCH-WINNING GOALS 1. 16, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 3, Tami Pissott (2004-05) 3, Jeni Day (2006-08) 3, Jamie Nevin (2006-pres.) 3, Kayla Emerson (2007-pres.) SAVES 1. 210, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 2. 110, M.R. Plunkett (2007-pres.) 3. 89, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4 20, M. Rothenberg (2005-08) 5. 1, Meagan Shorey (2006) SHUTOUTS 1. 11, M.R. Plunkett (2007-pres.) 2. 9, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 3. 5, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4. 1, Meagan Shorey (2006) GOALS AGAINST AVG (min 2000 minutes) 1. 0.66, M.R. Plunkett (2007-pres.) 2. 0.82, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 3. 1.52, Michelle Parr (2004-05) GOALKEEPER MINUTES 1. 3016:59, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 2. 2719:16, M.R. Plunkett (2007-pres.) 3. 2089:36, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4. 285:52, M. Rothenberg (2005-08) 5. 174:20, Meagan Shorey (2006)



Hayley Ferrell

Tami Pissott

Mary Rob Plunkett

History/Team Records

SERIES HISTORY OPPONENT . . . . . . .SERIES ..STREAK ........LAST GAME . . . .BEGAN Alabama-Huntsville . .2-0-1 ............W2........W, 3-0 (9/14/08) . .2006 Anderson . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ........W, 3-1 (9/3/04) . .2004 Armstrong Atlantic . .0-4-1..............T1 ..........T,2-2 (10/4/08) . .2004 Belmont Abbey . . . . .0-2-1..............T1..........T, 2-2 (8/29/08) . .2005 Catawba . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1................L1 ........L, 1-2 (11/14/08) .2008 Clayton State . . . . . . . .3-3 ..............W3......W, 6-0 (10/22/08) .2004 Columbus State . . . . .0-4-3..............T1..........T, 0-0 (11/1/08) . .2004 Converse . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ......W, 2-0 (8/28/04) . .2004 Erskine . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 6-0 (9/23/08) . .2006 Flagler . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1......W, 1-0 (10/23/05) .2005 Florida Tech . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ........W, 1-0 (9/7/07) . .2007 Francis Marion . . . . . .0-2................L2......L, 0-1 2ot (11/3/04) 2004 Georgia Southwestern .3-0..................W3 ..........W, 5-1 (10/7/08) . . .2006 Lambuth . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 3-0 (9/14/05) . .2005 Lander . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1-2 ............W2........W, 2-0 (11/4/08) . .2004 Limestone . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ........W, 1-0 (9/7/08) . .2008 Lincoln Memorial . . . .1-0 ..............W1......W, 2-1 (10/19/08) .2008 Kennesaw State . . . . .0-1................L1 ..........L, 0-2 (10/2/04) . .2004 Mars Hill . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 3-0 (9/26/08) . .2007 Montevallo . . . . . . . . . .1-3................L2 ..........L, 0-3 (8/26/07) . .2004 Newberry . . . . . . . . . .1-1-1..............T1 ........T, 0-0 (10/11/08) .2005 UNC Pembroke . . . . .1-4-1..............L2 ..........L, 1-2 (11/7/08) . .2004 North Alabama . . . . . .3-0 ..............W3........W, 5-0 (9/28/08) . .2006 North Florida . . . . . . . .0-1................L1 ..........L, 0-3 (10/6/04) . .2004 North Georgia . . . . . .3-1-1 ............W3......W, 2-0 (10/29/08) .2004 North Greenville . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 4-0 (9/11/04) . .2004 Shorter . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 6-1 (10/6/07) . .2005 South Carolina State .2-0 ..............W2........W, 3-0 (9/13/05) . .2004 USC Aiken . . . . . . . . . .4-0-1 ............W4......W, 1-0 (10/15/08) .2004 USC Upstate . . . . . . . .1-2................L1 ..........L, 0-1 (9/22/06) . .2004 St. Andrews . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 1-0 (8/27/06) . .2006 Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 ..............W3........W, 4-0 (8/25/07) . .2005 Tusculum . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 ..............W1 ........W, 2-1 (9/5/08) . .2004 v. NCAA I . . . . . . . . . . .2-1-0 v. NCAA II . . . . . . . .38-29-12 v. NAIA . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1-0

TEAM RECORDS MATCH RECORDS GOALS: 8 v. Erskine, 8/31/06 ASSISTS: 8 v. Shorter, 10/6/07; v. North Georgia, 10/9/05 GOALS ALLOWED: 7 at Armstrong Atlantic, 11/1/05 SHOTS: 46 v. Georgia Southwestern, 10/7/08 SAVES: 16 v. Francis Marion, 10/9/04 SEASON RECORDS GOALS: 46 (2007) ASSISTS: 48 (2007) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED: 10 (2008) SHOTS: 342 (2007) SAVES: 128 (2004)

YEAR-BY-YEAR Yr. Ovr. 2008 13-3-4 2007 13-5 2006 6-7-4 2005 9-6-2 2004 5-10-2

2008 NCAA Tournament Qualifier Team GEORGIA COLLEGE SOCCER 2009


PBC 5-1-2 5-3 2-4-3 3-3-2 1-5-2

Home 7-0-2 8-1 5-2-1 5-4 2-3-2

Away 5-1-2 4-4 1-5-3 4-2-2 3-7

Neut. 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Mary Byrne


Britni Emerson

Jennifer Andrew (3)....................2004-06


Jessica Binkowski (2) .................2007-08 Karen Bonilla (1) ..................................2008 Arielle Bryant (2) ..........................2005-06 Jordan Bryant (1)................................2007 Lyric Burnett (3) ...........................2006-08 Mary Byrne (4) ..............................2005-08


Ali Caton (1) ...........................................2006 Morgan Cobb (3)..........................2006-08 Mandy Cochran (1).............................2004 Beth Coughlin (4)..........................2005-08 Mindy Crow (2) ..............................2004-05


Christine Davidson (1).......................2007 Jeni Day (3) .....................................2006-08


Britni Emerson (4) .......................2004-06 Kayla Emerson (2) .......................2007-08


Hayley Ferrell (4)...........................2005-08 Sydney Flinn (1).....................................2004 Sarah Flynn (2) ..............................2004-05 Leah Frazer (1).....................................2008


Kristin Moore


Lauren Hall (1) ......................................2008 Leanne Hill (1) .......................................2007 Kathleen Hovey (2) ......................2006-07 KatieBeth Hunter (2)..................2004-05


Tori Klein (1)...........................................2004 Jessica Koburger (2)..................2004-05 Erika Kolodin (3)............................2006-08 Erin Krueger (2) ............................2004-05


Leigh Anne Lindsey (1)......................2004 Brittany Little (1) ..................................2004


Miranda Markesteyn (2)...........2006-07 Megan McAlpin (1) .............................2008 Jessica McGinnis (4) ..................2004-07 Kelli McLane (2) ............................2007-08 Tawny Moffat (1)..................................2008 Kristen Moore (4) ........................2005-08 Meredith Moran (3) ....................2004-06

Alex Stover


Michelle Parr (2) ..........................2004-05 Tracy Peterson (1)..............................2004 Tami Pissott (2).............................2004-05 Mary Rob Plunkett (2)................2007-08 Sarah Plymale (2).........................2005-06 Stacie Proffitt (2)..........................2005-06


Jessy Rackett (1).................................2004 Allyson Rogers (1)...............................2004 Meghan Rothenberg (2).....2005,2007


Sierra Sasser (2)..........................2004-05 Emily Seder (1)......................................2004 Meagan Shorey (1).............................2006 Katie Snyder (1) ...................................2007 Lindsey Stiver (2)..........................2005-06 Alex Stover (4) ...............................2004-07



Kara Teresi (3) ..............................2006-08 Natalie Thomas (2)......................2005-06 Amanda Traber (1).............................2005 Ally Treat (2) ...................................2007-08 Alex Thon (2)...................................2005-06 Charlsey Thornton (1) .......................2005


Karly Zapp (1)........................................2007

Jamie Nevin (3).............................2006-08 Jessica Newland (2) ...................2007-08 Emily Norris (4) .............................2004-07 Daria Owen (3) ..............................2006-08

Jacquelyn Gabel (1) ............................2004 Kimberly Goodwin (1).........................2005




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