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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL INFORMATION Georgia College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Georgia College Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Health Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Bobcats on the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Georgia College Athletics Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Peach Belt Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 GEORGIA COLLEGE STAFF Dr. Stas Preczewski, Interim President . . . . . 4 Staff Phone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 GEORGIA COLLEGE COACHING STAFF Hope Clark, Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mary Byrne, Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 2010 YEAR IN REVIEW 2010 Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 2010 Final Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 2010 Peach Belt Standings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 2011 PREVIEW 2011 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Team Photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Team Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Returner Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-35 Newcomer Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-34

GEORGIA COLLEGE HISTORY Georgia College Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Award Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Individual Game Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Individual Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Career All-Time Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 GEORGIA COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1889 Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . Milledgeville, Georgia Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,500 Interim President. . . . . . . . Dr. Stas Preczewski Nickname .....................................Bobcats Colors......................Hunter Green & Navy Blue Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobcat Field Affiliation/Conference . . . NCAA II/Peach Belt Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . Wendell Staton Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hope Clark Career/GC Record ......................42-29-7/7-7-3 2010 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7-3, 4-4-2 PBC Letterwinners returning/lost . . . . . . . . . . . 17/7

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

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

The 2010 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 Hope Clark, Matthew Dalby, Brian DeCandia, Jessica Newland 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.

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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.

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ACADEMICS 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.

DEGREES, MAJORS AND PROGRAMS

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.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

Dr. Stas Preczewski

Georgia College Interim President

University System of Georgia Chancellor Erroll B. Davis Jr. announced today that he has appointed Dr. Stas Preczewski, currently vice president for academic and student affairs at Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC), to serve as interim president at Georgia College. Preczewski’s appointment, effective July 1, 2011, follows GC President Dr. Dorothy Leland’s appointment as president of the University of California, Merced. Dr. Leland has served in her position since January 1, 2004. Preczewski has served in his current position since GGC’s founding in 2006. He was responsible for overseeing GGC’s process for initial regional accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, which was achieved in 2009; and also helped GGC obtain initial Federal Financial Aid approval. He also supervised the hiring of over 500 faculty and academic staff. “The System is full of exceptional leadership and we are fortunate to be able to call on Dr. Preczewski to lend his talents to GC as we go

through this transition,” said Davis. “His novel, creative and innovative leadership, as evidenced at Georgia Gwinnett, will be invaluable.”

Preczewski earned a Ph.D. specializing in higher and adult education, educational psychology and cognitive psychology from the University of Missouri in 1997. He has a Master of Arts degree specializing in strategic planning from the United States Naval War College earned in 1998 and a Master of Science degree specializing in industrial engineering and operations research from the University of Massachusetts earned in 1987. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in agricultural engineering and economics in 1980. Preczewski serves on the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia’s Task Force on Retention and Graduation Rates and the System’s Council on General Education. He also currently serves on the State Task Force on Gates Foundation Initiatives. Preczewski has received a number of recognitions and awards, including a fellowship from the American Council on Education, 20032004, which he spent at Wake Forest University. Preczewski has also presented a number of papers, authored and co-authored studies and served as a lecturer. Preczewski currently resides in Buford, Georgia, with his wife Jean of 30 years, and has three children: Kristen (27), Michael (26) and David (24), all currently serving as Army officers.

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

Wendell Staton

Georgia College Athletic Director Wendell Staton begins his third year 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 17, and Charlie, age 15.

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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.

Services in the athletic training room include state of 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.

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HEALTH PROMOTIONS STAFF

Paul Higgs

Dr. Mike Martino

Head Athletics Trainer, A.T.C. Paul Higgs is in his 15th 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.

Steven P. Niergarth, D.O.

Dr. Steven Niergarth enters his 14th 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.

Director of Human Performance Laboratory

Dr. Mike Martino is in his 15th 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.

Assistant Athletic Trainers

Eva Beaulieu

Assistant Athletic Trainer, A.T.C.

Eva Beaulieu is in her fourth 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 Everett, ATC Graduate Assistant First Year

Jaimee Reyna, ATC Graduate Assistant Second Year

Ben Gearhart, ATC Graduate Assistant First Year

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MEDIA INFORMATION

On the Air

The student voice of the Bobcats Chandler Lee will provide play-by-play of GC soccer with the help of students from the school’s mass communication department as well as athletic department staff for all home and select road contests. Lee returns for his fourth season as the voice of GC soccer. He has spent the past five years providing play-by-play and color-commentary for Bobcat basketball, softball and baseball games. A senior, Lee is majoring in Rhetoric. All games can be heard via GCBobcats.com

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 www.GCBobcats.com. Georgia College head coach Hope Clark, her 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 478-445-1779. Coach Clark and selected players will be available for postgame interviews after a brief 10-minute cooling-off period at the conculsion of a match.

Where Can I Find Bobcat Athletic Coverage? Newspaper

Union Recorder Milledgeville, Ga. Sports - Steven Cary

Baldwin Bulletin Milledgeville, Ga. Sports - Chris McKearney Macon Telegraph Macon, Ga. College Sports - Mike Lough

Radio

WMVG 102.3FM/1450AM Sports - Scott MacLeod WJFL 101.9FM Sports - Michael Cowan

Television

WMAZ - CBS Macon, Ga. WPGA - ABC Macon, Ga. WMGT - NBC Macon, Ga.

Sports Information

Al Weston begins year number six 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 (7) and Al III (5) and live in Gordon, Ga.

Brian DeCandia Sports Information Graduate Assistant Second Season

DeCandia joins the sports information office for his second season. He came to Georgia College from St. Joseph’s College (Maine) where he worked in the sports information office as a student assistant, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport Management in 2010.

Matthew Dalby Sports Information Graduate Assistant Second Season

Dalby joins the sports information office for his second season. He came to Georgia College from UNC Asheville where he earned a management marketing degree while playing baseball for the Bulldogs.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Athletic Administration Wendell Staton, Director of Athletics ................................................................................................................................478-445-6341 Jimmy Wilson, Associate Athletic Director........................................................................................................................478-445-2082 Steve Barsby, Assistant Athletic Director..........................................................................................................................478-445-1779 Ginger Chaffinch, Assistant Athletic Director/SWA ..........................................................................................................478-445-6870 Patti Weimer, Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................................................478-445-6341 Ken Farr, Faculty Athletics Representative ......................................................................................................................478-445-1804 Paul Higgs, ATC, Head Athletic Trainer ............................................................................................................................478-445-1787 Eva Beaulieu, ATC, Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................................................................................................478-445-1794 Al Weston, Sports Information Director ............................................................................................................................478-445-1779 Head Coaches Baseball - Tom Carty........................................................................................................................................................478-445-1692 Women’s Basketball - Maurice Smith ..............................................................................................................................478-445-4010 Men’s Basketball - Terry Sellers ......................................................................................................................................478-445-4289 Cheerleading - Jimmy Redus............................................................................................................................................478-445-6341 Cross Country - Joe Samprone ........................................................................................................................................478-445-6341 Golf - Jimmy Wilson ........................................................................................................................................................478-445-2082 Soccer - Hope Clark ........................................................................................................................................................478-445-4011 Softball - Jamie Grodecki ................................................................................................................................................478-445-6871 Tennis - Steve Barsby ......................................................................................................................................................478-445-1778 Other Numbers of Interest Admissions Main Office ....................................................................................................................................................478-445-2774 Toll-Free (In-State) ........................................................................................................................................................1-800-342-0471 Campus Tours ................................................................................................................................................................478-445-1283 Graduate Admissions ......................................................................................................................................................478-445-6289 Records ............................................................................................................................................................................478-445-6286 Student Locator ..............................................................................................................................................................478-445-2772 GC Transcripts ................................................................................................................................................................478-445-2773 Bookstore ........................................................................................................................................................................478-445-4382 Financial Aid ....................................................................................................................................................................478-445-5149 Fiscal Services (Business Office) ......................................................................................................................................478-445-5254 Public Safety ....................................................................................................................................................................478-445-4054 University Housing ..........................................................................................................................................................478-445-5160 GC Fax Numbers Athletic Department ........................................................................................................................................................478-445-1790 Admissions ......................................................................................................................................................................478-445-1914

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 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 soccer-specific 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. In fall 2009, the Bobcats added impressive covered grandstand seating to the facility, so Bobcat fans can enjoy the games despite the weather. 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, 30-13-9 in their five seasons, including three Peach Belt Tournament Quarterfinal victories. The ‘Cats were 4-3-4 at home in 2009. 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. Softball grandstands were added in 2009, as well as the leveling of the baseball infield. 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 Sept. 29, 2006 ..10th Home Win 5-0 v. North Alabama Oct. 30, 2007 ....First PBC Tournament Win ..........................2-0 v. Clayton State Oct. 30, 2007 ....20th Home Win 2-0 v. Clayton State Nov. 3, 2009 ......30th Home Win 2-1 v. North Georgia 10


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LOCKER ROOM 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.

Before 2008’s renovations

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW (Panama City, Fla.) has the skillset to make an immediate impact in the scoring game. An imposing figure at 5foot-10, Padula poured in 11 goals for the Senators in her freshman season, and has battled back from injuries to join her former coach at GC.

Now taking the reins for her second season as head coach of the Georgia College soccer program, Hope Clark has a strong core of 11 returning players, including a pair of All-Peach Belt Conference (PBC) selections, with numerous starts and plenty of experience. Add in a whopping 14 newcomers to the Bobcat roster, and the preseason will be full of healthy competition for nearly every spot on the field. “The style of soccer won’t change much,” reveals Clark. “We’re still going to be very possession-oriented and attackingminded. The new crop of players has helped strengthen us in all aspects. We’ve gotten more athletic and bigger in size as well as number.”

JUNIORS

Brittaney Borror

A quality group of student-athletes on and off the field, the ability to bring the two groups together, and quickly, will be an important factor of the preseason. “Team chemistry will be key,” said Clark. “We need them to gel and gel quickly as we start out with tough opponents right away.” SENIORS Midfielder Karen Bonilla (Manassas, Va.) is a two-time AllPBC selection, and will look to be a bit more of a factor in the scoring game this season. Savvy on the ball with solid distribution skills, Bonilla will be called upon to put more points on the board and to have a bigger impact on the offense. Tawny Moffat (Peachtree City, Ga.) has been a “stronghold” on the back line for GC, as the former All-PBC selection has started 45 games coming into the season. She is “knowledgeable, strong and a leader on the back line” according to Clark.

Outstanding defender Jamie Colcord (Marietta, Ga.) returns for her third season as a starter, leading an experienced bunch of juniors. Colcord is “one of our best defenders. She can 1v1 defend, she’s strong in the air and needs to utilize her speed more to get into the attack.”

Dixie Robinson (Conyers, Ga.) joins the team as the second of three transfers from AUM. An all-conference first team honoree as a sophomore, Robinson will bolster the defensive line if she can recover from an injury. “She has spent in essence a year and a half away from soccer,” said Clark. “Look for her to anchor the back line with her speed and strength in the air.” Forward Haley O’Hayer (Savannah, Ga.) returns with great vocal leadership skills, speed athleticism and work rate. She netted her first career goal last year.

A “tremendous student-athlete”, Olivia Holden (Fishers, Ind.) will take her talents back to the midfield, as a knowledgeable player, one of the more fit individuals on the soccer team. Leah Frazer (Mississauga, Ontario) has two years of eligibility left after an injury redshirt in 2010. Boasting a “powerful leg that can finish from a distance” Frazer hopes to regain the form from her freshman season, a year that saw her tally a pair of assists in 17 starts. SOPHOMORES

New to the squad after transferring from the NAIA’s Auburn University Montgomery, Erica Padula

Tawny Moffat

Brittaney Borror (Evans, Ga.) is a talented scorer, leading GC a season ago in both points (13) and assists (5). “Brittaney is a tremendous asset for the team,” said Clark. “She is strong both physically and in her goal-

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defense right away, thanks to her savvy on the ball, good 1v1 skills and increased speed.

Forward Alex Knight (Loganville, Ga.) has a tremendous motor. Knight (1g, 1a) is a “strong tactical player, who finds seams well and is savvy on the ball.”

Macon, Ga. native Lindsey Knott is a strong attacking midfielder, with good size and field vision that can help the offense switch the point of attack. Dubbed as “feisty” by her Bobcat coach, Tatum O’Keefe (Buford, Ga.) has great speed and utilizes that to get in behind the back line from a midfield spot. Ashley Veilleux (Monroe, Ga.) has speed to go with a strong soccer background. Solid at “breaking down 1v1”, she will factor in at a midfield flank.

Midfielder Taylor Yee (Johns Creek, Ga.) had an impactful freshman season, showing considerable leadership skills and covering a lot of ground with exceptional fitness. Clark will need her to up her solid three goal, two assist numbers from her rookie campaign. Newcomer Susan Lotyczewski (Sharpsburg, Ga.) played one season for AUM, and was dominant on the defensive line. Clark coached the defender in her youth soccer days, and likens her skill set to All-PBC honoree Tawny Moffat. Lotyczewski is “dominant in the air, and a strong vocal leader”. Anna Barrow (St. Simons, Ga.) comes in with nine games of action from 2010, and showed some growth in her freshman year. A versatile player, she will battle in the midfield picture this season. Forward Allie Schechner (Wading River, N.Y.) has exceptional strength and size, and good finish ability, a good skill set to battle in a crowded front line.

A healthy Erin Griffin (Lawrenceville, Ga.) would be a great tool on the front line, as she brings strength in size and physicality. Playing for strong club teams, she has goal scoring ability, but battles back from a recent injury. Abby Dalton (Macon, Ga.) is an outstanding finisher. The forward utilizes her speed and strength to compete, putting together a strong high school and club career, scoring 103 goals in three high school seasons. The Bobcats take to the field Friday, Sept. 2, battling Lenoir-Rhyne University at the Tusculum Tournament in Tennessee. The first home contest comes a week later, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m., when GC faces Wingate University in game two of the Bobcat Shootout.

FRESHMEN A 5-foot-9 rookie, Annie Stephens (Fayetteville, Ga.) will also challenge for the vacant goalkeeper spot. Clark has known Stephens since she was a 12 years old, serving as her youth club coach. At 5-foot-10, Taylor Cornelius (Dacula, Ga.) has the right frame for goalkeeper, is “exceptional with her feet” and will compete for the starting spot. Michelle DeMaris (Suwanee, Ga.) had a great run with her North Gwinnett High team, advancing to the finals. “A raw player with great athleticism and quickness” DeMaris has only been a goalkeeper for a short time and yet has a legitimate chance to start. Defender Kelly O’Mahoney (Mandeville, La.) is the first GC recruit from Louisiana. An “all-around athlete” with a legacy of success in her soccer background, O’Mahoney is expected to start at an outside back spot. Marissa Medina (Sharpsburg, Ga.) is a strong, physical defender. She will challenge on the back line with her ability and physicality. A left-footed defender, Kessler Matheson (Martinez, Ga.) will become involved in the

Karen Bonilla

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BOBCAT COACHING STAFF

HOPE CLARK HEAD COACH

SECOND SEASON

GC: 7-7-3, OVERALL: 42-29-7 Hope Clark returns for her second season at the helm of the Bobcat soccer program. Clark came to Milledgeville after three seasons as the head coach of the women’s soccer program at Auburn University Montgomery. In 2010, the Bobcats went 7-7-3 overall with a 4-4-2 conference mark, advancing to the PBC Tournament. The year was highlighted with wins over nationally-ranked teams in #8 Armstrong Atlantic and #13 Florida Tech. The Bobcats were 7-1-1 on the home pitch, and put Karen Bonilla on the All-PBC teams. Clark compiled a 35-22-4 mark in her three years at AUM, including advancing to the second round of the 2009 NAIA National Championship Tournament. In her three seasons, the Lady Senators had seven All-Americans, six all-region players and 13 total all-conference honorees. In 2009, AUM was an impressive 15-5-2, falling by penalty-kick shootout in the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) Championship to the eventual 2009 National Champions. The Lady Senators opened the NAIA National Tournament with a 5-3 drubbing of Embry-Riddle before falling in the second round 3-2 to No. 3 California Baptist. The 2007 Lady Senators, Clark’s first squad as a collegiate head coach, finished with a strong 14-5-1 record, advanced to the Southern States Athletic Conference tournament semifinals and earned a berth in the NAIA regional tournament. Clark’s 2008 team struggled through a tough regular-season schedule combined with injuries to finish just 6-12-1, but did advance to the semifinals of the conference tournament and produced the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) Offensive Player of the Year, two first-team All-SSAC players and an All-American. Clark has previously worked in Georgia, where she spent one year as head coach of varsity boys soccer at Spalding High School. Her collegiate coaching experience includes two seasons (2002-03) as an assistant at the University of Tampa, where she was directly responsible for the training and development of the Spartans’ goalkeepers. In both of her seasons at Tampa, UT’s goalie was voted second-team all-conference and the 2003 Tampa team reached the NCAA postseason. Clark’s first collegiate coaching experience came as an assistant at American University in Washington, D.C., in 2000-01. In 2001, Clark’s work with the Eagles’ goalkeeper helped American earn a Patriot League co-championship and All-Patriot League and All-Patriot League Tournament honors for the student-athlete. Clark spent 2004 through 2006 helping develop some of the top youth soccer talent in Georgia as a staff coach with the Olympic Development Program/Georgia Youth Soccer Association. In addition, she spent 2006 as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for Glory United Football Club in Hampton, Ga., and 2004 and 2005 as director of goalkeeping and staff coach for the AFC Lightning Soccer Club in Fayetteville, Ga.

Clark’s Keys 2010 - GC - 7-7-3 2009 - AUM - 15-5-2 2008 - AUM - 6-12-1 2007 - AUM - 14-5-1 Overall (4 yrs.)- 24-29-7

A native of Louisiana, the former Hope Handley played collegiate soccer as a goalkeeper at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va. She was a member of VT’s first-ever recruiting class as a freshman in 1994 and lettered all four years at Tech. As a sophomore, Clark was selected as the Hokies’ most valuable player and named third-team All-Mid-Atlantic Region following a season in which she set the Atlantic10 Conference single-season record for saves with 179. Clark was the first Tech women’s soccer player ever named All-MidAtlantic Region. Clark played semi-professional soccer in 2005 and 2006 with the Atlanta Silverbacks in the women’s division of the United Soccer Leagues. She has been the assistant director of The Last Defense Goalkeeping Academy and worked with Region 3 Olympic Development Program on staff. Clark earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science and health promotion from Virginia Tech and her master’s degree in fitness management from American University. Clark holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” license and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Goalkeeping Diploma. She is married to Richonne Clark, brother of US National Player Ricardo Clark. The Clarks reside in Milledgeville.

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MARY BYRNE ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON

Mary Byrne rejoins the Bobcat soccer team as assistant coach after serving the 2010 season as a graduate assistant. A native of Lawrenceville, Ga. Byrne played four seasons for the Bobcats as a defensive midfielder, seeing action in 33 games. She tallied five points on a goal and three assists, her lone strike marking the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over always-tough Tusculum College. Mary graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009 with a Degree in Elementary Education from GC. She was on the Deans List or Presidential List every semester. She was on the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll all four years as well. Byrne received the 2007-08 GCSU Comeback Player of the Year Award for Bobcat Athletics, after missing half of the games during her sophomore year and many during her junior year while recovering from a major car accident during the fall of 2006. Byrne worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Athletic Department Administrative Offices at GC during the 2009-10 academic year, becoming Graduate Assistant Soccer Coach for the Bobcats during 2010 season. Mary graduated in 2011 with her Masters in Education. In February 2011, Byrne received her United States Soccer Federation “D� License. Byrne lives in Milledgeville.

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BOBCAT SOCCER ROSTER

Hope Clark, Head Coach • Mary Byrne, Assistant Coach

NUMERICAL ROSTER # NAME POS. CL. HT. HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL 00 0 1 2 3 4 6

Michelle DeMaris Taylor Cornelius Annie Stephens Kelly O’ Mahoney Jamie Colcord Brittaney Borror Alexandra Knight

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Dixie Robinson

9

Haley O’Hayer

F/D

18 Tawny Moffat 19 Susan Lotyczewski

D D

7

11 12 13 14 15 17

Lindsey Knott

GK GK GK D D MF MF/F

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

5-4 5-10 5-9 5-6 5-6 5-3 5-4

D

Jr.

5-8

Marissa Medina Taylor Yee Tatum O’Keefe Erin Griffin Karen Bonilla Olivia Holden

20 Leah Frazer 21 Abby Dalton 23 Erica Padula

24 Anna Barrow 28 Allie Schechner

31 Ashley Veilleux 33 Kessler Matheson

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE:

Karen Bonilla - bow-NEE-uh Brittaney Borror - BOAR Allie Schechner - sheck-NER

MF

D MF MF F MF MF

Fr.

Jr.

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

5-6

5-5

5-8 5-3 5-5 5-10 5-1 5-2

Sr. 5-3 So. 5-4

MF R-Jr. 5-5 F Fr. 5-4 F Sr. 5-10

MF F

MF D

So. 5-7 So. 5-7 Fr. Fr.

5-6 5-3

Suwanee, Ga/North Gwinnett Dacula, Ga/Mill Creek Fayetteville, Ga./Stars Mill Mandeville, LA/Fontainbleau Marietta, Ga./Lassiter Evans, Ga./Greenbrier Loganville, Ga./ George Walton Acad. Macon, Ga./ Mount de Sales Acad. Conyers, Ga./ Auburn-Montgomery

Savannah, Ga./ Savannah Arts Acad. Sharpsburg, Ga./East Coweta Johns Creek, Ga./Northview Buford, Ga./Mill Creek Grayson, Ga./Grayson Manassas, Va./Osborn Park Fishers, Ind./ Hamilton Southeastern Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh Sharpsburg, Ga./ Auburn-Montgomery Mississauga, Canada/Lorne Park Macon, Ga./ Mount de Sales Acad. Panama City, Fla./ Auburn Montgomery St. Simons, Ga./Frederica Acad. Wading River, N.Y./ Shoreham-Wading River Monroe, Ga./Loganville Martinez, Ga./Lakeside

Kelly O’Mahoney - oh-MAH-honey Ashley Veilleux - vuh-LOO

BOBCATS BY CLASS Senior - 4 Junior - 4 Sophomore - 6 Freshman - 11 BOBCATS BY LOCATION Georgia - 19 Louisiana - 1 Virginia - 1 Canada - 1 Florida - 1 Indiana - 1 New York - 1

BOBCATS BY POSITION Goalkeepers - 3 Defense - 7 Midfield - 10 Forwards - 5 BOBCATS BY EXPERIENCE Returning Starters - 6 Returning Letterwinners - 13 Newcomers - 14 16


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#15 Karen Bonilla Manassas, Va./osborn Park Sr. MF 5-0

Management Information Systems and Marketing

2010: All-PBC Second Team ... Started all 17 games for the Bobcats in the midfield ... Notched a pair of assists with 30 shots ... Both of her assists came in the same game, the 4-0 win over West Georgia Sept. 25 ... PBC Presidential Scholar. 2009: Played in 16 games with five starts … Tallied an assist and six shots … Her assist came on the very first goal of the season, the game winner in the 2-0 victory over Queens University. 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 under head coach Robert Watters ... 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. Personal: Daughter of Valentin and Sandra Bonilla ... Born Oct. 21, 1990 ... Majoring in management information systems & Marketing ... Member of the BYRC Blue Thunder club team ... Was an all-district selection at ODP in 2005 and 2004 ... Lists Ricardo Kaka and Lucio as her favorite athletes ... Chose Georgia

BONILLA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-17 0 2 2 2009 16-5 0 1 1 2008 17-13 1 3 5 TOTAL 50-35 1 6 8

SH GW 30 0 6 0 18 0 54 0

College because of soccer ... Likes any movies with Adam Sandler or Denzel Washington, with her favorite being "The Wedding Singer" ... Has “Hakuna mutata” for her motto to live by ... Nickname Bon Bon ... Current ringtone is "Who's That Chick: by Rihanna ... Her biggest sports thrill is scoring ... Before every game she has to tie her right cleat before her left ... Lists favorite song as "Jammin" by Bob Marley ...Has "Desperate Housewives" as her favorite TV show.

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#18 Tawny Moffat Peachtree city, Ga./Mcintosh Sr. D 5-2

Health education

2010: Started all 17 games on the defensive line ... PBC Bronze Scholar. 2009: All-PBC Second Team defender … Named PBC Defensive Player of the Week for week six … PBC Presidential Scholar … Played in and started all 21 games … Tallied one assist and five shots … Recorded first career assist on the first goal of the season, the game winner in the 2-0 victory over Queens University. 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 all four seasons at McIntosh High in Peachtree City under head coach Marcia Clark ... Named All-County twice and was selected for the Senior AllStar Game ... Named team's most valuable defensive player for her three seasons ... 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 health education with an emphasis in community health ... Names being able to play under pressure and winning HUGE games her biggest thrill in sports ... Chose Georgia College for her love of the campus and the soccer program! ... Lists “Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami” as her favorite TV show

MOFFAT’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-17 0 0 0 2009 21-21 0 1 1 2008 19-7 1 0 2 TOTAL 57-45 1 1 3

SH GW 1 0 5 0 8 0 14 0

... Listens to her iPod as part of her pre-game preparation ... Her motto to live by is "What doesn't kill me makes me stronger."

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#20 Leah Frazer Mississauga, Ontario/Lorne Park R-jr. MF 5-5 Marketing

2010: Saw action in three games, firing one shot before going down with an injury ... Redshirted season. 2009: Saw action in 20 games ‌ Fired six shots. 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 Alabama-Huntsville. 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 volleyball, basketball and rugby ... Was the Woman of the Match for the 2004 Regional Rugby Finals ... 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 ... Majoring in marketing with a minor in management ... Lists Fernando Torres of Premiere Club Liverpool as her favorite athlete ... Chose Georgia College because it was a beautiful campus with great academics ... Always wears ankle socks over her game socks as a superstition ... Lists Dora the Explorer as her favorite TV show ... Cites Stepbrothers as her favorite movie.

FRAZER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 3-0 0 0 0 2009 20-0 0 0 0 2008 20-17 0 2 2 TOTAL 43-17 0 2 2

SH GW 1 0 6 0 25 0 32 0

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#3 Jamie Colcord marietta, Ga./Lassiter jr. D 5-6

Exercise science

2010: Started all 17 games on the defensive line ... Recorded 10 shots, three on goal. 2009: Started all 19 games on the defensive line … One goal and two points on nine shots … Notched her first career goal in the 2-1 win over Barry University, a game-winner 3:25 into the first overtime. High School: Played for Lassiter High under John Asmussen and Amy Morris ... Named team’s best offensive player three of her four seasons ... Selected to the all-star team ... Played for the NASA 09 Elite for two seasons, winning a State Club title in 2008. Personal: Nickname is "JC" ... Majoring in exercise science with a minor in marketing ... Daughter of Kim and Terri Colcord ... Born March 1 ... Majoring in exercise science ... Lists Landon Donovan of the US National Team as her favorite athlete ... Lists Spongebob Squarepants as her favorite TV show ... Has an english muffin with honey and cream cheese as part of her gameday ritual ... Lives by the motto: "Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year".

COLCORD’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-17 0 0 0 2009 19-19 1 0 2 TOTAL 36-36 1 0 2

SH GW 10 0 9 1 19 1

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#17 Olivia Holden fishers, ind./hamilton southeastern jr. mf 5-2

Mass Communication

2010: Played in all 17 games with 15 starts ... Took six shots, with two on goal ... PBC Presidential Scholar. 2009: PBC Presidential Scholar … Played in 20 games with six starts … Had one assist with eight shots … Tallied her first career assist in her first collegiate game, helping on the second goal in the 2-0 win over Queens University to open the season. High School: Played for Hamilton Southeastern High in Fishers, Ind. under head coach Greg Davidson ... Named to the Hoosier Futbol Watchlist in 2009 ... Earned her school’s Golden Boot Award ... Named a Central Women's High School Soccer Players to Watch in 2008 by VYPE.com ... Selected ICGSA All-State twice on the second team ... She also earned all-district and all-conference honors twice ... 2008 varsity team captain ... Also competed for the Dynamo F.C. '91 Red in 2008 and 2009 under head coach Lauren Martz, widely recognized as one of the top clubs in the nation ... Team won ISL League Championship in 2007, as well as PUMA Region III Semifinalists in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Chris and Aimee Holden ... Born Feb. 8 ... Majoring in mass communication ... Enjoys running, reading and art in her spare time ... Chose Georgia College to play soccer with great people, because she loves the school and because of her major ... Lists scoring goals as her

HOLDEN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-15 0 0 0 2009 20-6 0 1 1 TOTAL 37-21 0 1 1

SH GW 6 0 8 0 14 0

biggest sports thrill ... Megan Rampinoe is her favorite athlete ... Lists not getting a job after she graduates as the thing that scares her the most ... Has A Lot Like Love as her favorite movie, Do You Remember by Jack Johnson as her favorite song and That '70s Show as her favorite TV show ... Has Sleepyhead by Passion Pit as a ringtone ... Lives by the motto: "It is what it is!"

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#9 Haley O’Hayer Savannah, ga./Savannah arts acad. Jr. f 5-5

psychology

2010: Played in 14 games ... Tallied a goal and an assist for three points ... First career goal came as the lone strike in the 1-1 tie at USC Aiken Oct. 27 ... Her first career assist came on the very first goal of the season against Florida Southern Sept. 2 ... PBC Bronze Scholar. 2009: Played in 13 games with one start … Tallied three shots. High School: Played for Savannah Arts Academy under head coach Rob Priestley ... Picked up all-region honors in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Named to Team of the Year in 2009, selected team MVP and Coach’s Award recipient 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 psychology with a minor in photography ... Is a champion Irish dancer ... Has “Sleepyhead” by Passion Pit as her ringtone ... Chose Georgia College because the academics were prime and the athletics were even more attractive ... Lists losing her watch as the thing that scares her most ... Her favorite movie is Forrest Gump and her favorite song is Stay or Leave by Dave Matthews Band.

O’HAYER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 14-0 1 1 3 2009 13-1 0 0 0 TOTAL 27-1 1 1 3

SH GW 10 0 3 0 13 0

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#24 Anna Barrow St. simons, ga./frederica acad. so. mf 5-7

early childhood education

2010: Saw time in nine games with a pair of starts ... Fired three shots, one on goal ... PBC Bronze Scholar. High School: Graduate of Frederica Academy in St. Simons Island, Ga. ... Lettered four years of basketball and five years of soccer ... All-State and all-region four years in soccer for head coach Charlie Morgan ... MVP honors for soccer ... Coaches award in both basketball and soccer. Personal: Nickname is Banana ... Daughter of Bill and Dottie Barrow ... Born Dec. 2, 1991 ... Majoring in early childhood education ... Chose GC for the great education program and the opportunity to play college soccer ... Lists former high school teammate Morgan Brian as her favorite athlete ... Lists Remember the Titans as her favorite movie ... Lists snakes as the thing that scares her the most ... Lives by the motto: Live everyday like it's your last.

BARROW’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 14-0 1 1 3

SH GW 10 0

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#4 Brittaney Borror evans, ga./greenbrier so. mf/f 5-3 pre-nursing

2010: Played in all 17 games with 12 starts ... Led team in points with 14, tallying a team-high five assists to go with four goals ... First career goal came as the game-winner Sept. 25 in the 4-0 win against West Georgia ... First career assist came in the 30 win over Anderson Sept. 10, helping Katie Taylor net the game-winner ... Team was 5-0 in games that she had points ... Had a four-game stretch recording points from Sept. 25-Oct. 9 ... PBC Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 12, scoring two goals and an assist for the two-game week ... PBC Bronze Scholar. High School: Graduate of Greenbrier High, where she played for Wes Kendrick ... Was school’s MVP and two-time player of the year. Personal: Nickname is Britt ... Daughter of Joe and Mary Borror ... Born March 11, 1992 ... Majoring in pre-nursing ... Chose Georgia College for its nursing program ... Lists Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps as her favorite athlete ... Has It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for her favorite TV show ... Lists dissapointment as the thing that scares her the most ... Lives by the motto: if it doesn't happen, you didn't work hard enough.

BORROR’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-12 4 5 13

SH GW 54 1

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#6 Alex Knight loganville, ga./george walton acad. so. F 5-4

Exercise science

2010: Played in 16 games with two starts ... Tallied one goal and one assist for three points ... Netted first career goal in 3-0 victory over Anderson Sept. 10 ... Had first career assist in the 4-1 win over Clayton State Oct. 9 ... PBC Gold Scholar. High School: Two-sport athlete at George Walton Academy in Monroe, Ga. ... Allregion track in 2009 ... MVP honors, allregion and All-State in soccer in 2009 and 2010 ... Ran five years of track ... Two years of soccer under head coach Lori White. Personal: Daughter of Danny and Wendy Knight ... Born Aug. 19, 1992 ... Majoring in exercise science ... Chose Georgia College for soccer and the school ... Needles scare her the most ... Lists winning a game when playing as the underdog as her biggest sports thrill ... Lists tennis great Roger Federer as her favorite athlete ... She puts on all of her equipment the same way each game as a superstition.

KNIGHT’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 16-2 1 1 3

SH GW 11 0

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#28 Allie Schechner Wading river, n.y./shoreham-Wading river

so. F 5-7

Athletic Training

2010: Competed on practice teams. High School: Graduated with advanced regents honors from Shoreham-Wading River High, playing under head coach Andrew Moschetti ... Was chosen all-county in her career. Personal: Nickname is Scheck ... Daughter of Marty and Laura Schechner ... Born Jan. 9, 1992 ... Majoring in athletic training ... Lists Natasha Kai of the Sky Blue FC as her favorite athlete ... Chose Georgia College because of the beautiful campus and the awesome people ... Cites failure as the thing that scares her most ... Has winning the state cup for the second time in a row as her biggest sports thrill.

SCHECHNER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 0 0 1 0

SH GW 0 0

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#12 taylor yee Johns creek, ga./northview so. mF 5-3

chemistry

2010: Started all 17 games ... Recorded three goals and two assists for eight points ... Scored first career goal Sept. 10 in the 3-0 win over Anderson ... Tallied first career assist in the 3-0 victory over Georgia Southwestern Sept. 22 ... Team was 5-0 when she recorded points ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 4-1 victory over Clayton State Oct. 9 ... PBC Silver Scholar. High School: Graduated from Northview High in Duluth, Ga. where she lettered for four years .... GHSA AAAAA State Runnerup ... Team’s MVP in 2010 ... Varisty girls KLEOS Award ... Honor Roll ... Super Honor Roll ... Principal’s List ... Captains Award ... 2010 DiVarsity.com All-Star Team. Personal: Daughter of Micahel Yee ... Born Sept. 9, 1991 ... Majoring in chemistry ... Chose Georgia College because it was close enough to home so her dad could watch most of the soccer games, yet far enough to have a college life ... Her biggest thrill in sports was after defeating Parkview realizing her team would compete for AAAAA State Championship as a senior.

YEE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS G A PTS 2010 17-17 3 2 8

SH GW 44 1

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#0 taylor cornelius dacula, ga./mill creek fr. GK 5-10 undecided

In High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for Mill Creek under head coach Brent Leitsch ... Teammate of fellow Bobcat Tatum O’Keefe ... The Hawks advanced to the State Final Four in 2011 ... Played her club soccer for the Atlanta Fire United. Personal: Daughter of Rob and Jennifer Cornelius ... Born Aug. 24, 1993 ... Undecided on a major ... Chose GC because she loved the campus and atmosphere, as well as everything the soccer and academic programs have to offer ... Lists Miles Austin of the Dallas Cowboys as her favorite athlete ... Has saving penalty kicks and winning as an underdog as her two favorite sports thrills ... Lists her life motto as "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

#26 rebekah autry Winder, ga./winder-barrow fr. MF/f 5-3 english

In High School: Graduated from Winder-Barrow High in Winder, Ga., where she played soccer for Ben Arms ... Owns school's single-season goals record with 31 ... Also owns the single-season assist mark with 17 ... An All-Region Northeast Georgia selection in 2008 and 2010 ... Honored with the WBHS Academic Excellence award in three seasons ... Was the WBHS Top-Gun in 2010 ... Strength and Conditioning Female Athlete of the Year in 2008. Personal: Majoring in English ... Nickname is Bek ... Daughter of Lee and Rosemary Autry ... Born July 27 ... Lists favorite athlete as Michelle Akers ... She chose GC because of the small-town atmosphere and tradition of excellence in the English department ... Her biggest sports thrill is taking penalty kicks ... Always puts on her right cleat and shinguard before the left ... Lists cockroaches in Milledgeville as the thing that scares her the most ... Her favorite song is "Iris" by Goo-Goo Dolls, movie is "10 Things I Hate About You" and TV show is "How I Met Your Mother" ... Lives by the motto: "Champions are made when no one is watching".

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#21 abby dalton macon, ga./mount de sales acad. fr. F 5-4

undecided

In High School: Two-time All-State and three-time All-Region selection ... Played under both Scott Serafy and Collin Barnes at Mount de Sales ... Was the Region 3-A Player of the Year in 2011 ... Three time Macon Telegraph All-Middle Georgia First Team ... Owns the Georgia State record for goals in a season, leading the nation with 11 goals ... Team advanced to the finals of the State tournament ... Also owns the school career (104) and single-season records in scoring ... Played soccer with fellow Bobcat Lindsey Knott ... Also played basketball for the Cavaliers, earning All-Region honors in 2011 ... Played club soccer for the Concorde Fire South, helping the team to the Georgia State Cup Final Four in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Brian and Diana Dalton ... Born Nov. 24, 1992 ... Undecided on a major ... Lists Olympic hero Abby Wambach as her favorite athlete ... Chose Georgia College because it had everything she was looking for in athletics and academics ... Has "Honey Bee" for her ringtone ... Lists bugs as the thing that scares her the most ... Life motto: Never give up, keep your thoughts and your mind on the goal.

#00 michelle demaris suwanee, ga./north gwinnett fr. GK 5-4

Pre-nursing

In High School: Starting goalkeeper ... All-County Scholar Athlete for the Bulldogs under head coach Mark Karen ... North Gwinnett advanced to the finals of the 2011 GHSA 5-A State Tournament ... Also played volleyball and ran track for the Bulldogs ... Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Ken and Linda DeMaris ... Born July 6, 1992 ... She plans to major in nursing ... Lists "Wavin' Flag" as her ringtone ... Chose GC for its beautiful campus and great nursing program ... The Office is her favorite TV show ... Deep, deep water scares her the most.

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#14 erin griffin loganville, ga./grayson fr. F 5-10

kinesiology

In High School: Four-year varsity starter ... Was an Offensive MVP for head coach Terry Klinect and the 2011 State Playoff qualifier Rams ... Owns the school mark for single-game goals with six ... Led the team in scoring in both her sophomore and junior seasons ... Played club for the Norcross Fury, a Region 3 Premier League finalist in 2010 ... The club added a Georgia State Cup Final Four spot in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Drew and Tonya Griffin ... Born March 1, 1993 ... Majoring in kinesiology with a minor in psychology ... Chose GC because she likes the school and soccer program ... Lists "Do the John Wall" by Troop 41 as her ringtone ... Lists Degrassi as her favorite TV show and Glory Road as her favorite movie ... Lists Lori Chalupny of the Atlanta Beat as her favorite athlete.

#7 lindsey knott macon, ga./mount de sales acad. fr. MF 5-6

undecided

In High School: Three-time All-Region honoree ... Earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Middle Georgia in both 2010 and 2011 ... Playing for Scott Serafy for the Cavaliers, the team won the State title in 2008, and advanced to the finals again in 2011 ... Played high school soccer with fellow Bobcat Abby Dalton ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Played club soccer for the Concorde Fire South, helping the team to the Georgia State Cup Final Four in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Steve and Patsy Knott ... Born March 30, 1993 ... Undecided on a major ... Chose GC for the beautiful campus, the soccer team and the school's academics ... Lists English footballer Steven Gerrard as her favorite athlete ... Winning the State Championship in high school was her greatest sports thrill ... Lists fish as the thing that scares her the most ... Has Bittersweet Symphony as her favorite song, The Parent Trap as her favorite movie and Desparate Housewives as her favorite TV show.

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#19 susan

Lotyczewski sharpsburg, ga./northgate

(auburn university Montgomery) so. D 5-4

exercise science Prior to GC: Comes from the NAIA's Auburn University Mongomery, where she played in all 19 games as a freshman, earning a spot on the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Freshman Team ... Earned Academic Honors for 2010-11. In High School: Played her high school ball at Northgate High under head coach Bryan Hicks ... All-Region honors twice ... AllCounty accolades in three seasons for the Vikings ... Was the team's 2010 Defensive MVP ... Selected to the National Honor Society ... Played club soccer for the Concorde Fire Black, a squad that finished second in the Athena A in 2010. Personal: Daugher of Jan and Dianne Lotyczewski ... Born Aug. 12, 1992 ... Majoring in exercise science ... Lists US National player Shannon Boxx as her favorite athlete ... Chose GC for great academics and soccer program ... Her biggest sports thrill was making it to the Final Four for 4-A with her high school team ... Her favorite song is "Meet Virginia" by Train ... Lists needles as the thing that scares her the most.

#33 kessler matheson martinez, ga./lakeside fr. D 5-3

health sciences

In High School: A four-year starter at Lakeside under head coach Nick Edmund ... Earned All-Region and All-County honors twice each ... Earned 2011 Offensive Player of the Year honors ... Augusta Chronicle Player of the Week ... The Panthers advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the 2011 GHSA State Tournament ... Played her club ball for the Augusta Arsenal. Personal: Nickname is Kess ... Daughter of Bense and Judy Matheson ... Born March 3, 1993 ... Majoring in health sciences ... Chose GC because of the soccer program and the campus ... Lists Lionel Messi as her favorite athlete ... Her biggest sports thrill has been winning the State Cup and having the chance to play at regionals ... Lists spiders and roaches as the things that scare her the most ... Lists Old Alabama as her favorite song.

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#11 marissa medina sharpsburg, ga./east coweta fr. D 5-8

physical therapy

In High School: Named to the All-Region and All-County teams as a senior ... Played for the Indians and head coach Chris Luppens ... Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 ... Helped the squad to the Elite Eight round of the GHSA Tournament ... Played her club soccer with the Concorde Fire South, advancing to the Final Four of the Georgia State Cup in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Girardo and Miriam Medina ... Born Dec. 28, 1992 ... She plans to major in physical therapy ... Chose GC because of the cute little town, awesome people and amazing campus ... She wears her power balance bracelet on her ankle for every game as a ritual ... Lists Pretty Little Liars as her favorite TV show.

#13 tatum o’keefe hoschton, ga./mill creek fr. MF 5-5

pre-early childhood education

In High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for Mill Creek under head coach Brent Leitsch ... Teammate of fellow Bobcat Taylor Cornelius ... Offensive Player of the Year in 2009 ... All-region and all-county honors in 2011, leading Mill Creek in assists ... The Hawks advanced to the State Final Four in 2011 ... Also ran cross country for the Hawks ... Played club soccer for the Atlanta Fire United in the Elite Club National League. Personal: Daughter of Suzanne Clifford and John O'Keefe ... Born March 22, 1993 ... Majoring in pre-early childhood education ... She chose GC because of the beautiful campus, the soccer program and everything the school offers ... Always eats peanut butter and nutella on toast before games ... Lists Sympathy by the Goo Goo Dolls as her favorite song, Wayne's World as her favorite movie and One Tree Hill as her favorite TV show ... Lives by the motto: "someone is looking up to you, don't let them down."

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#2 kelly o’mahoney mandeville, la./fontainbleau fr. D 5-6

athletic training

In High School: GC's first recruit from the state of Louisiana ... Played for Fontainebleau High School, the two-time State Champions under head coach Carly Hotard ... NSCAA ranked the Bulldogs No. 5 in the nation in 2010 ... 2011 Louisiana High School All-Star Game selection ... Named to the Academic All-State Division I Soccer Team ... Led the team to four-straight Region titles, helping the school maintain a 10-year streak overall ... 2011 All-District Defensive MVP ... Played her club soccer for the Mandeville Lakers, the Louisiana State Champions for each of the last six seasons ... Also played tennis and ran track for the Bulldogs, earning 2011 State Qualifier status in tennis and multiple district championships in hurdles and vaulting. Personal: Nickname is KC ... Daughter of Laurence and Susan O'Mahoney ... Born July 14, 1993 ... Majoring in athletic training ... She chose GC for its great soccer environment ... Lists soccer great Lionel Messi as her favorite player ... Has Charmed as her favorite TV show, From Wall to Wall by Chris Brown as her favorite song, and Phantom of the Opera as her favorite movie.

#23 erica padula Panama City, Fla.

(auburn university montgomery) sr. f 5-10

marketing

Prior to GC: Comes to GC via Auburn University Montgomery of the NAIA with one year of eligibility remaining ... In 2008, Padula was second on the squad with 24 points, scoring 11 goals with a pair of assists ... In 2009 she missed time with an injury, getting six points with three goals in nine games ... In her junior season, she played in all 19 games, tallying four goals and an assist for nine points. In High School: Played soccer under Erin Morris at A.C. Mosley High in Lynn Haven, Fla. ... Soccer MVP in 2008 ... Female Athlete of the Year ... Also played volleyball, earning Team MVP ... Led team in blocks and kills in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Frank and Jan Padula ... Born Nov. 20, 1989 ... Majoring in marketing ... Has a Luke Bryan song for her ringtone ... Chose GC to play for her old coach, Hope Clark ... Lists winning as her biggest sports thrill ... Her pre-game ritual is loud country music ... Lists Friends as her favorite TV show.

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#8 dixie robinson Conyers, ga.

(auburn university Montgomery) r-jr. D 5-8

Pre-health education

Prior to GC: Transfers from Auburn University Montgomery in the NAIA with two years of eligibility left ... As a freshman for the Senators in 2008, she played in 19 games getting six points on two goals and two assists ... In 2009, the SSAC First Team selection played in 22 games, scoring a single goal as a central defender ... Redshirted 2010. In High School: Played high school soccer at Rockdale County in Conyers, Ga. Personal: Daughter of Dale and Sallie Robinson and Donna Robinson ... Born Nov. 15, 1989 ... Majoring in pre-health education ... Chose GC to play for her former coach Hope Clark ... Lists former NBA great Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete ... Lives by the motto "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard" ... Her biggest sports thrill is playing against the best teams.

#1 annie stephens fayetteville, ga./starr’s mill fr. GK 5-9

kinesiology

In High School: Starting goalkeeper for a Panther team that advanced to the Final Four in the 2011 State Playoffs ... Chosen AllCounty Honorable Mention ... Played club ball for Brian Moore and the Concorde Fire South, advancing to the Final Four of the Georgia State Cup in 2011. Personal: Nickname is Banannie ... Daughter of Lisa Volmar and Thomas Stephens ... Born Feb. 9, 1993 ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Chose GC because it is a great school for academics and athletics ... She has a certain warm-up she performs before each game, and wears a certain pair of shorts and socks every game ... Lists US soccer greats Abby Wombach and Hope Solo as her favorite athletes ... Lists How I Met Your Mother as her favorite TV show, Harry Potter as her favorite movie and Firework by Katy Perry as her favorite song ... Lives by the motto: "the greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."

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#31 ashley veilleux monroe, ga./loganville fr. MF 5-6 biology

In High School: Played for the Loganville Red Devils, helping the team advance to the State Playoffs in 2011 ... Played club soccer for the Norcross Fury in the Region 3 Premier League, State finalist in 2010 and semifinalist in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Steven and Sandra Veilleux ... Born March 14, 1993 ... Plans to major in veterinary medicine or biology ... Chose GC for the good education and campus ... Lists That 70s Show as her favorite TV program ... Cites The Unknown as the thing that scares her the most ... Her biggest sports thrill is scoring goals and beating opponents.

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2010 REVIEW AND RESULTS Bobcat soccer fought to a 7-7-3 overall record, taking fifth in the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) at 4-4-2 in league play. The season did end the three-year stretch of double digit wins for Georgia College, but continued a four-year run without a losing record. The season was highlighted by a pair of wins over nationally-ranked squads, including the highest-ranked upset in program history. GC’s seniors welcomed their third head coach in their four seasons in Hope Clark, and relied on a stingy defense to go with some talented rookies on the scoring front. BOBCATS START SEASON WITH LONG TRIP, PAIR OF TOUGH LOSSES Taking on two incredibly-tough non-conference opponents to start the season, the Bobcats traveled to Boca Raton, Fla., the longest trip of the season. GC dropped a 2-1 decision to Florida Southern and was blanked by the host Lynn squad. The second half proved to be GC’s downfall in both games, as all five goals on the weekend came in the second stanza. Freshman Katie Taylor netted the first goal of the 2010 season, putting GC up at the half of the FSC game 1-0. ROOKIES SHINE IN FIRST WIN OF SEASON Freshman Taylor Yee and Alex Knight joined Taylor in netting goals in the 3-0 rout of Anderson at home, the first win of the season for GC. Fellow rookie Brittaney Borror had a pair of assists in the game as well. GC FINISHES ‘BOBCAT SHOOTOUT’ WITH WIN OVER #13 FLORIDA TECH A second-half goal by senior Ally Treat was enough to give GC soccer a 1-0 upset victory over No. 13 Florida Tech in day two of the Second Annual Bobcat Shootout. In the first half, the Panthers dominated possession, keeping the ball on the Bobcats' side of the field. Florida Tech outshot Georgia College 17-4 in the first 45 minutes of play. Five and half minutes into the second frame, Treat netted her first goal of her senior season off a 1-2 combo assist from Anna Wierzbicki and Taylor off a corner kick. Goalkeeper Mary Rob Plunkett earned her 10th career PBC Goalkeeper of the Week honor for blanking the Panthers, recording six saves. GEORGIA COLLEGE RATTLES OFF FIVE-GAME WIN STREAK, INCLUDING FOUR PBC VICTORIES The Bobcats hit their stride late September, starting with a 3-0 win to start conference play over Georgia Southwestern. The Bobcats then beat West Georgia 4-0 in a non-conference battle before besting Lander 2-1, eventual PBC Tournament champion Armstrong 2-1 and a 4-1 defeat of Clayton State. The victory over AASU was the biggest win of the season, and one of the biggest in program history. GC had never beaten the Pirates before in women’s soccer, and with AASU coming in as the No. 8, it was also the highest-ranked team Bobcat soccer had ever beaten. Over the stretch, Borror had four goals, Taylor netted three, and Megan McAlpin, Kayla Emerson and Wierzbicki each had a pair. Borror was named PBC Player of the Week Oct. 12, recording two goals and an assist over the games with AASU and Clayton State. LATE SEASON SLUMP The win over Clayton State would unfortunately be the last for GC soccer, as the end of the season wasn’t kind. Six of the final seven contests

of the season came on the road, and GC posted a 0-3-3 mark. Haley O’Hayer scored the lone goal of the regular-season stretch, helping the Bobcats to a tie at USC Aiken. GC earned the fifth seed in the PBC Playoffs, traveling to North Georgia. After getting in a 0-2 hole nearly 20 minutes into the second half, Treat took over the game, netting goals at 73:56 and 76:01 to tie the game at 2-2. After both overtimes proved fruitless, North Georgia won in penalty kicks 6-5, ending the Bobcats’ season. Treat’s heroics didn’t go unnoticed, as the senior was picked to the PBC AllTournament team. BONILLA NABS SECOND ALL-PBC HONOR, SIX EARN SPOTS ON ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Junior midfielder Karen Bonilla was selected to the All-PBC team for the second time in her career, adding second-team accolades to her first-team slot as a freshman. Seniors Jessica Binkowski, Plunkett and Treat all took a spot on the PBC All-Academic Team. Classmate Jessica Newland joined McAlpin and Wierzbicki as honorable mentions. Binkowski and Treat were also ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academci All-District honorees.

2010 Schedule/Results Date Opponent Result 9/2 v. Florida Southern L, 1-2 9/3 v. Lynn L, 0-3 9/10 Anderson W, 3-0 9/12 Florida Tech W, 1-0 9/19 Barry L, 0-3 9/22 Georgia Southwestern* W, 3-0 9/25 West Georgia W, 4-0 9/29 Lander* W, 2-1 10/6 #8 Armstrong Atlantic* W, 2-1 10/9 Clayton St.* W, 4-1 10/12 # 25 North Georgia* L, 0-1 10/16 Flagler* T, 0-0 2ot 10/20 UNC Pembroke* L, 0-2 10/23 #10 Columbus St.* L, 0-1 10/27 USC Aiken* T, 1-1 2ot 10/30 Montevallo* L, 0-1 11/2 North Georgia *^ T, 2-2 2ot (North Georgia Advances on PKs 6-5) Bold Denotes Home Match *Denotes PBC Match ^Denotes PBC Tournament 38


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2010 Georgia College Soccer Individual Statistics (as of Jun 28, 2011) All games

Georgia College Overall 2010 STATISTICS Overall: 7-7-3

Conf: 4-4-2

Home: 7-1-1

Away: 0-5-2

Neut: 0-1-0

|------------SHOTS------------| ## Name GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ----------------------------------------------------------------------------4 Borror, Brittaney 17-12 1102 4 5 13 54 .074 27 .500 1 0-0 26 Taylor, Katie 17-15 952 5 2 12 39 .128 17 .436 2 0-0 12 Yee, Taylor 17-17 1358 3 2 8 44 .068 19 .432 1 0-0 11 Treat, Ally 17-17 1540 3 0 6 28 .107 10 .357 1 0-0 22 Wierzbicki, Anna 15-5 688 2 1 5 11 .182 5 .455 0 0-0 16 Emerson, Kayla 14-3 724 2 0 4 24 .083 9 .375 2 0-0 5 McAlpin, Megan 16-14 705 2 0 4 19 .105 10 .526 0 0-0 6 Knight, Alexandra 16-2 519 1 1 3 11 .091 8 .727 0 0-0 9 O'Hayer, Haley 14-0 307 1 1 3 10 .100 8 .800 0 0-0 15 Bonilla, Karen 17-17 1193 0 2 2 30 .000 12 .400 0 0-0 7 Newland, Jessica 14-0 274 0 2 2 5 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 3 Colcord, Jamie 17-17 1565 0 0 0 10 .000 3 .300 0 0-0 17 Holden, Olivia 17-15 1329 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 19 Knoll, Becky 8-2 331 0 0 0 4 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 24 Barrow, Anna 9-2 194 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 23 Andino, Stephanie 5-0 62 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 20 Frazer, Leah 3-0 52 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 Moffat, Tawny 17-17 1500 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 13 Binkowksi, Jessica 15-14 1343 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 25 Yoder, Sarah 5-1 99 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 21 Villone, Amanda 1-0 6 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 10 McLane, Kelli 1-0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 01 Mulryan, Taylor 4-1 107 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 Plunkett, Mary Rob 16-16 1393 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Total............... 17 - 23 16 62 304 .076 132 .434 7 0-0 Opponents........... 17 - 19 17 55 287 .066 109 .380 7 1-1 |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho ------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Plunkett, Mary Rob 16-16 1437:36 17 1.06 79 .823 5 7 3 3 01 Mulryan, Taylor 3-1 152:24 2 1.18 8 .800 2 0 0 1 TM TEAM 0:00 0 0.00 3 1.000 0 0 0 1 Total............... 17 1590:00 19 1.08 90 .826 7 7 3 5 Opponents........... 17 1590:00 23 1.30 109 .826 7 7 2 7 Team saves: 3 GOALS BY PERIOD -------------------Georgia College..... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --11 12 0 0 0 6 13 0 0 0

Total ----23 19

CORNER KICKS BY PRD -------------------Georgia College..... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --38 47 0 0 0 39 34 1 3 0

Total ----85 77

SHOTS BY PERIOD -------------------Georgia College..... Opponents...........

1st --133 129

2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --158 7 6 0 144 6 8 0

Total ----304 287

FOULS BY PERIOD -------------------Georgia College..... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --37 70 1 2 0 45 55 4 2 0

Total ----110 106

SAVES BY PERIOD -------------------Georgia College..... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --39 44 2 5 0 49 56 2 2 0

Total ----90 109

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GCSU OPP --------------------------------------------------Total.................... 1758 1426 Dates/Avg Per Date....... 9/195 7/204 Neutral Site #/Avg....... 1/63

Karen Bonilla

Katie Taylor

Megan McAlpin

Tawny Moffat

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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.

Now entering its 22nd year of existence in 2011-12, the Peach Belt Conference has become one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 28 national championships and 25 national finalist Starting with only two championships in 1991, in men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 13 championship sports with the addition of women’s golf in the fall of 2009. 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 begin play in fall 1990. 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. One year later, the Lander men's tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men's golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06 while AASU women's tennis has captured four titles overall. The 2008-09 season was among the conference’s most memorable. The Armstrong Atlantic State men’s and women’s tennis teams both won their respective national championships – for the second year in a row; a feat only done once before in college tennis. In addition, the Augusta State men’s basketball team became the first conference program to make back-to-back trips to the NCAA Elite Eight, Armstrong Atlantic became the first PBC volleyball team ever to

PBC OFFICERS PRESIDENT:

Dr. Kendall Blanchard Georgia Southwestern State University

advance to the Elite Eight and the North Georgia softball team was ranked #1 in the nation and reached the World Series. 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 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, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. For 2009-10, the Peach Belt has grown once again with the addition of the University of Montevallo and Flagler College, giving the PBC 13 members, the most the league has ever had. The addition of the two schools returns the PBC to the state of Florida and expands the league into Alabama for the first time. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. The conference currently holds championships in 13 sports, six for men and seven for women.

Board of Directors

Dr. Linda Bleicken, President, Armstrong Atlantic State University

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

VICE-PRESIDENT:

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

VICE-PRESIDENT:

Dr. Fred Carter, President, Francis Marion University

Dr. Fred Carter Francis Marion University Dr. Linda Bleicken

Armstrong Atlantic State University

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:

Dr. David Potter North Georgia College & State University

COMMISSIONER: Dave Brunk

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

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

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2010 PBC WOMEN’S SOCCER STANDINGS SCHOOL Armstrong Atlantic ^# Columbus St. ^# * UNC Pembroke # North Georgia Georgia College Lander Montevallo Clayton St. Flagler Georgia Southwestern USC Aiken

Pts 27 27 22 21 14 13 13 9 7 6 2

PBC 9-1 9-1 7-2-1 7-3 4-4-2 4-5-1 4-5-1 3-7 2-7-1 2-8 0-8-2

OVERALL 14-4-2 19-2-1 16-4-2 14-5-1 7-7-3 9-7-1 6-11-2 6-12 5-10-2 4-13 5-11-2

# - NCAA Tournament Participant; ^ - PBC Regular-Season Co-Champion; * - PBC Tournament Champion 2010 PEACH BELT TOURNAMENT RESULTS FIRST ROUND (11/2/10) Armstrong Atlantic 5, Clayton St. 0 Columbus St. 5, Lander 0 UNC Pembroke 2, Montevallo Georgia College tied North Georgia 2-2 (North Georgia Advances on PKs 6-5) SEMIFINALS (11/5/10) North Georgia 3, Armstrong Atlantic 1 Columbus State 3, UNC Pembroke 0 FINALS (11/7/10) Columbus State 4, North Georgia 2 2009 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (11/12/10) UNC Pembroke 3, Pfeiffer 0 SECOND ROUND (11/14/10) Armstrong Atlantic 1, UNC Pembroke 0 Lenoir-Rhyne 1, Armstrong Atlantic 0 THIRD ROUND (11/19/10) Lenoir-Rhyne 1, Armstrong Atlantic 0

2011 PBC TOURNAMENT First Round Nov. 1 Campus Sites

Semifinals Nov. 4

Final Round Nov. 6

#8 SEED

2010 ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE TEAM FORWARDS- FIRST TEAM Stephanie Parrish, Columbus St. Kristina Pascutti, Armstrong Atlantic State Cherie Sayon, CLayton St. Anna Svensson, UNC Pembroke SECOND TEAM Samantha Abrahart, North Georgia Christine Prince, Montevallo Jamie Shaw, Lander Nadima Skeff, Armstrong Atlantic State Lindsay Zullo, Flagler MIDFIELDERS- FIRST TEAM Morgan Mitchell, Armstrong Atlantic Faye Corbett, UNC Pembroke Stephanie Lowery, Columbus St. Kate Walton, Columbus St. SECOND TEAM Karen Bonillia, Georgia College Courtney Cawley, Armstrong Atlantic State Asgerdur Palsdottir, Montevallo Natalia Valentine, Clayton State DEFENDERS- FIRST TEAM Kelli Bahr, Armstrong Atlantic State Kansas Bayly,Columbus St. Carey Patterson, Armstrong Atlantic Casey Smith, North Georgia SECOND TEAM Fanny Forsman, UNC Pembroke Kim Gaughan, Columbus St. Kelly Martin, North Georgia Jordan McKenzie, Columbus St. GOALKEEPERS- FIRST TEAM Britney Bennett, UNC Pembroke SECOND TEAM WilliBabillis, Columbus St. Co-Players of the Year Stephanie Lowery, Columbus St. Cherie Sayon, Clayton State Freshman of the Year Britney Bennett, UNC Pembroke Coach of the Year Eric Faulconer, Armstrong Atlantic

#1 SEED #5 SEED #4 SEED #7 SEED #2 SEED #6 SEED #3 SEED

PBC Final Four Blanchard Woods Park Evans, Ga.

Morgan Cobb and Mary Rob Plunkett were named AllPBC First Team in 2009.

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GC ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

The 2008-2009 season marked the 40th anniversary of athletic competition at Georgia College. 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 five-member class in 2011 brings the total to 24 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 www.GCBobcats.com.

The 2011 induction class

Jennifer Joiner

Anna (Haggkvist) Sundstrom

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 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 Class of 2011 Nancy Groesch - Tennis Lars Linblom - Tennis Scott MacLeod - Broadcaster Keith Slocumb - Baseball Yeini (Gutierrez) Thompson - Gymnastics

Robert Williams

Phil Arp

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ALL-TIME AWARDS/HONORS NSCAA ALL-AMERICAN 2009 Mary Rob Plunkett, Third Team NSCAA ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION 2009 Mary Rob Plunkett, First Team Morgan Cobb, Third Team 2008 Hayley Ferrell, Third Team Morgan Cobb, Third Team DAKTRONICS ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION 2009 Mary Rob Plunkett, First Team Morgan Cobb, Second Team 2007 Morgan Cobb, Second Team ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE 2010 Karen Bonilla, Second Team 2009 Morgan Cobb, First Team Mary Rob Plunkett, First Team Daria Owen, Second Team Ally Treat, Second Team Jessica Binkowski, Second Team Tawny Moffat, Second Team 2008 Morgan Cobb, First Team Karen Bonilla, First Team Hayley Ferrell, Second Team Ally Treat, Second Team Kayla Emerson, Second Team Mary Rob Plunkett, Second Team Jessica Binkowski, Second Team 2007 Hayley Ferrell Morgan Cobb Jamie Nevin 2005 Hayley Ferrell CoSIDA/ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2007 Beth Coughlin, Third Team CoSIDA/ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2010 Jessica Binkowski, First Team Ally Treat, Third Team 2008 Beth Coughlin, First Team Jessica Binkowski, Third Team 2007 Beth Coughlin, First Team Jamie Nevin, Second Team NSCAA ALL-NATION SCHOLARS 2010 Mary Rob Plunkett Jessica Binkowski Ally Treat 2009 Mary Rob Plunkett, First Team NSCAA ALL-REGION SCHOLARS 2009 Mary Rob Plunkett, First Team Jessica Binkowski, Third Team Ally Treat, Third Team Kara Teresi, Honorable Mention Lyric Burnett, Honorable Mention Jamie Nevin, Honorable Mention PEACH BELT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2010 Jessica Binkowkski Mary Rob Plunkett Ally Treat 2009 Jessica Binkowski, First Team Ally Treat, First Team Jamie Nevin, First Team Lyric Burnett, Second Team Mary Rob Plunkett, Second Team Morgan Cobb, Third Team Kara Teresi, Third Team Jessica Newland, Third Team Megan McAlpin, Third Team 2008 Beth Coughlin, First Team Jamie Nevin, First

Team

Ally Treat, First Team 2008 cont.Jessica Binkowksi, Second Team Lyric Burnett, Second Team Jeni Day, Second Team Kelli McLane, Second Team Mary Rob Plunkett, Second Team Hayley Ferrell, Third Team PEACH BELT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2010 Ally Treat 2009 Daria Owen Jamie Nevin 2008 Megan McAlpin Kara Teresi 2007 Morgan Cobb Daria Owen 2006 Ali Caton 2005 Meredith Moran 2004 Michelle Parr PBC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2009 Tawny Moffat (10/6) Jessica Binkowski (10/13) Morgan Cobb (11/3) 2008 Morgan Cobb (9/3) Ally Treat (9/9) Kara Teresi (9/30) Morgan Cobb (10/21) Morgan Cobb (11/4) PBC GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK 2009 Jessica Binkowski (9/1) Mary Rob Plunkett (9/290 Mary Rob Plunkett (10/6) Mary Rob Plunkett (10/20) Mary Rob Plunkett (10/27) 2008 Mary Rob Plunkett (9/9) Mary Rob Plunkett (9/30) Mary Rob Plunkett (10/7) Mary Rob Plunkett (10/27) Mary Rob Plunkett (11/4) PBC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2010 Brittaney Borror (10/12) 2007 Hayley Ferrell (10/16) 2005 Meredith Moran (9/20) 2004 Tami Pissott (9/14) PEACH BELT PRESIDENTIAL HONOR ROLL Stephanie Andino . . . . . . . .2010B Anna Barrow . . . . . . . . . . .2010B Jessica Binkowski . . . . . . .2010G, 2009G, 2008G Karen Bonilla . . . . . . . . . . .2010P Brittaney Borror . . . . . . . . .2010B Jordan Bryant . . . . . . . . . . .2008P Lyric Burnett . . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008S, 2007 Mary Byrne . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008G, 2007, 2006 Holly Chandler . . . . . . . . . .2005 Morgan Cobb . . . . . . . . . . .2009B Beth Coughlin . . . . . . . . . .2009B, 2008S, 2007, 2006 Jeni Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008S, 2007 Christine Davidson . . . . . . .2008S Britni Emerson . . . . . . . . . .2010G, 2008G, 2006, 2005 Hayley Ferrell . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008S, 2007, 2006 Sydney Flinn . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Sarah Flynn . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Jacquelyn Gabel . . . . . . . .2005 Kim Goodwin . . . . . . . . . . .2006 Lauren Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009S Leanne Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008B Olivia Holden . . . . . . . . . . .2010P

Kathleen Hovey . . . . . . . . .2008P, 2007 Tori Klein . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Alex Knight . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010G Jessica Koburger . . . . . . . .2006, 2005 Erika Kolodin . . . . . . . . . . .2009B, 2008B, 2007 Miranda Markesteyn . . . . .2008S, 2007 Megan McAlpin . . . . . . . . .2009S Jessica McGinnis . . . . . . . .2008B, 2007, 2006 Kelli McLane . . . . . . . . . . .2010G, 2009G, 2008S Tawny Moffat . . . . . . . . . . .2010B Kristen Moore . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008G, 2007, 2006 Meredith Moran . . . . . . . . .2006, 2005 Taylor Mulryan . . . . . . . . . .2010P Jamie Nevin . . . . . . . . . . . .2009G, 2008G, 2007 Jessica Newland . . . . . . . .2010G, 2009G, 2008B Emily Norris . . . . . . . . . . . .2008G, 2007, 2006, 2005 Hayley O’Hayer . . . . . . . . .2010B Daria Owen . . . . . . . . . . . .2008B Michelle Parr . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Joanna Papy . . . . . . . . . . .2006 Mary Rob Plunkett . . . . . . .2010S, 2009B, 2008S Tami Pissott . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Stacie Proffitt . . . . . . . . . . .2007, 2006 Meghan Rothenberg . . . . .2008S, 2007, 2006 Sierra Sasser . . . . . . . . . . .2006, 2005 Emily Seder . . . . . . . . . . . .2005 Caitlin Smith . . . . . . . . . . . .2009B Katie Snyder . . . . . . . . . . .2008S Sarah Story . . . . . . . . . . . .2006 Alex Stover . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008B, 2007, 2006 Kara Teresi . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009S, 2008B, 2007 Alex Thon . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007, 2006 Charlsey Thornton . . . . . . .2006 Amanda Traber . . . . . . . . .2006 Ally Treat . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010G, 2009G, 2008G Amanda Veillon . . . . . . . . .2010P Anna Wierzbicki . . . . . . . . .2010S Taylor Yee . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010S Karly Zapp . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008P

MARY ROB PLUNKETT became the first AllAmerican in program history in 2009, being named to the NSCAA Third Team.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MATCH 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- Karen Bonilla v. West Georgia, 9/25/10 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: 9 - Taylor Yee v. Georgia Southwestern, 9/22/10 MOST SAVES: 16 - Michelle Parr v. Francis Marion, 10/9/04 SEASON RECORDS

GOALS 1. 16, Hayley Ferrell (2007) 2. 11, Meredith Moran (2005) 3. 10, Hayley Ferrell (2008) 4. 8, Hayley Ferrell (2005) 5. 7, Hayley Ferrell (2006) ASSISTS 1. 8, Natalie Thomas (2005) 8, Beth Coughlin (2007) 3. 7, Jamie Nevin (2007) 4. 6, Hayley Ferrell (2008) 6, Megan McAlpin (2009) POINTS 1. 34, Hayley Ferrell (2007) 2. 26, Hayley Ferrell (2008) 3. 24, Meredith Moran (2005) 4. 19, Jamie Nevin (2007) 5. 17, Hayley Ferrell (2005) SHOTS 1. 63, Hayley Ferrell (2007) 2. 54, Hayley Ferrell (2008) 54, Brittaney Borror (2010) 4. 49, Kara Teresi (2009) 5. 44, Taylor Yee (2010) MATCH-WINNING GOALS 1. 6, Hayley Ferrell (2007) 2. 5, Hayley Ferrell (2008) 3. 4, Hayley Ferrell (2005) SAVES 1. 127, Michelle Parr (2004) 2. 86, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 3. 83, Michelle Parr (2005) 4. 79, Mary Rob Plunkett (2010) 5. 70, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) SHUTOUTS 1. 9, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) 2. 5, Michelle Parr (2005) 5, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 4. 4, Michelle Parr (2004) 5. 3, Kristen Moore (2006) 3, Mary Rob Plunkett (2010)

GOALS-AGAINST AVG (MIN. 1000 MINUTES) 1. 0.47, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) 2. 0.59, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 3. 0.93, Kristen Moore (2006) 4. 1.06, Mary Rob Plunkett (2010) 5. 1.41, Michelle Parr (2004) GOALKEEPER MINUTES 1. 1728:23, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) 2. 1597:44, Michelle Parr (2004) 3. 1535:39, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 4. 1437:36, Mary Rob Plunkett (2010) 5. 1419:15, Michelle Parr (2005) SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1000 MINUTES) 1. .896, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 2. .886, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) 3. .836, Michelle Parr (2004) 4. .823, Mary Rob Plunkett (2010) 5. .818, Kristen Moore (2006) WINS 1. 13, Mary Rob Plunkett (2008) 2. 8, Michelle Parr (2005) 8, Mary Rob Plunkett (2009) 4. 7, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007) 5. 6, Kristen Moore (2007)

Tami Pissott

Michelle Parr

Lyric Burnett

Beth Coughlin

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 76, Morgan Cobb (2006-09) 2. 75, Lyric Burnett (2006-09) 3. 74, Daria Owen (2006-09) 74, Ally Treat (2007-10) 5. 73, Jamie Nevin (2006-09) 6. 72, Jessica Binkowski (2007-10) 7. 71, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 71, Kara Teresi (2006-09) 71, Kayla Emerson (2007-10) 10. 68, Erika Kolodin (2006-09) GOALS 1. 41, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 17, Jamie Nevin (2006-09) 3. 13, Lyric Burnett (2006-09) 13, Megan McAlpin (2008-pres.) 5. 12, Meredith Moran (2004-05) 6. 10, Kayla Emerson (2007-10) 7. 9, Tami Pissott (2004-05) 9, Jeni Day (2006-08) 9. 8, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 10. 7, Daria Owen (2006-09) 7, Ally Treat (2007-10) ASSISTS 1. 16, Jamie Nevin (2006-09) 2. 12, Daria Owen (2006-09) 3. 11, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 11, Emily Norris (2004-07) 5. 10, Beth Coughlin (2005-08) 6. 9, Natalie Thomas (2005-06) 9, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 8. 8, Kayla Emerson (2007-10) 8, Megan McAlpin (2008-pres.) 10. 7, Lyric Burnett (2006-09) POINTS 1. 92, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 50, Jamie Nevin (2006-09) 3. 34, Megan McAlpin (2008-pres.) 4. 33, Lyric Burnett (2006-09) 5. 28, Kayla Emerson (2007-10) 6. 27, Britni Emerson (2004-07) 27, Meredith Moran (2004-06) 8. 26, Daria Owen (2006-09) 9. 21, Tami Pissott (2004-05) 10. 20, Ally Treat (2007-10) MATCH-WINNING GOALS 1. 16, Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) 2. 6, Jamie Nevin (2006-09) 3. 5, Kayla Emerson (2007-10) 4. 4, Daria Owen (2006-09) 5. 3, Tami Pissott (2004-05) 3, Jeni Day (2006-08) 3, Megan McAlpin (2008-pres.)

SAVES 1. 275, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. 210, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 3. 89, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4 20, M. Rothenberg (2005-08) 5. 19, Jessica Binkowski (2007-10) 6. 8, Taylor Mulryan (2009-10) 7. 1, Meagan Shorey (2006) SHUTOUTS 1. 19, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. 9, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 3. 5, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4. 2, Jessica Binkowski (2007-10) 5. 1, Meagan Shorey (2006) 1, Taylor Mulryan (2009-10) GOALS AGAINST AVG (min 2000 minutes) 1. 0.74, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. 0.82, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 3. 1.52, Michelle Parr (2004-05) GOALKEEPER MINUTES 1. 5692:31, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. 3016:59, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 3. 2089:36, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4. 450:00, Jessica Binkowski (2007-10) 5. 285:52, Meghan Rothenberg (2005-08) 6. 199:11, Taylor Mulryan (2009-10) 7. 174:20, Meagan Shorey (2006) WINS 1. 33, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. 13, Michelle Parr (2004-05) 3. 11, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 4. 2, Jessica Binkowksi (2007-10) 2, Taylor Mulryan (2009-10) 6. 1, Meghan Rothenberg (2005-08) 1, Meagan Shorey (2006) SAVE PERCENTAGE {min. 2000 minutes) 1. .854, Mary Rob Plunkett (2007-10) 2. .824, Kristen Moore (2005-08) 3. .805, Michelle Parr (2004-05)

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ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS MATCH RECORDS GOALS 1. 8 v. Erskine, 8/31/06 2. 6, many times MR- v. Clayton St., 10/22/08 ASSISTS 1. 8 v. North Georgia, 10/9/05 8 v. Shorter, 10/6/07; 3. 7 v. Erskine, 8/31/06 7 v. North Alabama, 9/29/06 7 v. North Georgia, 10/24/07 7 v. North Alabama, 9/28/08 GOALS ALLOWED 1. 7 v. Armstrong Atlantic, 11/1/05 2. 5 v. Clayton St., 10/21/05 3. 4, many times MR- v. Clayton St., 10/27/07 SHOTS 1. 46 v. Georgia SW, 10/7/08 2. 41 v. Georgia SW, 9/22/10 3. 39 v. Erskine, 8/31/06 3. 36 v. Shorter, 10/6/07 36 v. Clayton St., 10/9/10 5. 33 v. USC Aiken, 9/8/06 SAVES 1. 16 v. Francis Marion, 10/9/04 2. 12 v. Kennesaw St., 10/2/04 12 v. Montevallo, 8/28/05 4. 11 v. Columbus St., 10/13/04 11 v. USC Upstate, 10/23/04 11 v. Columbus St., 10/27/07 11 v. Columbus St., 10/24/09

Emily Norris

SEASON RECORDS GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

46 (2007) 43 (2008) 36 (2005) 31 (2006) 23 (2009) 23 (2010)

Erin Krueger

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 1. 10 (2008) 2. 16 (2009) 3. 17 (2007) 4. 18 (2006) 5. 19 (2010) SHOTS 1. 329 (2007) 2. 325 (2008) 3. 319 (2006) 4. 304 (2010) 5. 303 (2009) SAVES 1. 128 (2004) 2. 106 (2009) 3. 90 (2005) 90 (2010) 5. 74 (2006) 74 (2008) SHUTOUTS 1. 13 (2008) 2. 9 (2007) 9 (2009) 4. 7 (2005) 7 (2006) WINS 1. 13 (2007) 13 (2008) 3. 10 (2009) 4. 9 (2005) 5. 7 (2010) SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .881 (2008) 2. .869 (2009) 3. .861 (2004) 4. .826 (2010) 5. .804 (2006)

48 (2007) 39 (2008) 34 (2005) 31 (2006) 25 (2009)

Georgia College Soccer Year-By-Year Year

Record

2004 5-10-2 2005 9-6-2 2006 6-7-4 2007 13-5-0 2008 13-3-4 2009 10-6-5 2010 7-7-3 Totals 55-42-20

Percentage .353 .588 .471 .722 .750 .595 .500 .556

PBC Regular Season 1-5-2 3-3-2 2-4-3 5-3-0 5-1-2 5-1-4 4-4-2 25-21-15 (.533)

PBC Regular Season Finish 8th 6th 8th 4th 3rd t-3rd 5th

PBC Tournament NCAA Tournament First Round First Round First Round Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals First-Round

----First Round ---

Head Coach Parr Parr Parr Parr Favero Favero Clark

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2004 RESULTS 8/28 at Converse 8/29 at Tusculum 9/3 ANDERSON 9/11 at North Greenville 9/12 at South Carolina St. 9/19 NORTH GEORGIA 9/21 MONTEVALLO 9/25 LANDER* 10/2 at Kennesaw St.* 10/6 at North Florida* 10/9 FRANCIS MARION* 10/13 COLUMBUS ST.* 10/16 at UNC Pembroke* 10/23 at USC Upstate* 10/24 at Clayton St.* 10/30 USC AIKEN* 11/3 at Francis Marion^ *PBC game ^PBC Tournament

2005 RESULTS 8/26 BELMONT ABBEY 8/28 at Montevallo 9/10 at Newberry 9/13 SOUTH CAROLINA ST. 9/14 LAMBUTH 9/17 at USC Aiken* 9/24 SHORTER 9/25 at Thomas 9/30 USC UPSTATE* 10/9 NORTH GEORGIA* 10/12 UNC PEMBROKE* 10/15 at Lander* 10/16 at Columbus St.* 10/21 CLAYTON ST.* 10/23 at Flagler 10/29 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC* 11/1 at Armstrong Atlantic^

W, 2-0 L, 0-4 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 2ot L, 1-2 T, 1-1 2ot L, 0-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-4 T, 1-1 2ot L, 0-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 2ot

L, 0-1 W, 2-1 ot L, 0-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 W, 6-0 L, 2-3 ot T, 2-2 2ot T, 0-0 2ot L, 1-5 W, 1-0 L, 3-4 L, 1-7

2006 RESULTS 8/26 at Belmont Abbey 8/27 at St. Andrews 8/31 ERSKINE 9/8 USC AIKEN* 9/14 LANDER* 9/16 at UNC Pembroke* 9/22 at USC Upstate* 9/27 COLUMBUS ST.* 9/29 NORTH ALABAMA 10/1 MONTEVALLO 10/4 at Clayton St.* 10/8 GEORGIA SW* 10/13 at North Georgia* 10/15 at Ala.-Huntsville 10/20 at Armstrong Atlantic* 10/22 THOMAS 10/25 at Columbus St.^

2007 RESULTS 8/25 at Thomas 8/26 at Montevallo 9/7 v. Florida Tech% 9/9 at North Alabama 9/15 UNC PEMBROKE* 9/22 ALA.-HUNTSVILLE 9/26 at Lander* 9/29 at Armstrong Atlantic* 10/6 SHORTER 10/11 at Georgia SW* 10/13 MARS HILL 10/15 USC AIKEN* 10/17 at Clayton St.* 10/20 NEWBERRY 10/24 NORTH GEORGIA* 10/27 COLUMBUS ST.* 10/30 CLAYTON ST.^ 11/2 at Columbus St.^ %Neutral site (Carrollton, Ga.)

L, 0-4 W, 1-0 W, 8-0 T, 0-0 2ot W, 5-0 T, 1-1 2ot L, 0-1 L, 0-1 W, 5-0 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 ot W, 4-0 T, 1-1 2ot T, 2-2 2ot L, 0-3 W, 2-0 L, 0-1

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

2008 RESULTS 8/29 BELMONT ABBEY 9/5 v. Tusculum% 9/7 LIMESTONE 9/14 at Ala.-Huntsville 9/20 at UNC Pembroke* 9/23 ERSKINE 9/26 at Mars Hill 9/28 NORTH ALABAMA 10/1 LANDER* 10/4 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC* 10/7 GEORGIA SW* 10/11 at Newberry 10/15 at USC Aiken* 10/19 at Lincoln Memorial 10/22 CLAYTON ST.* 10/29 at North Georgia* 11/1 at Columbus St.* 11/4 LANDER^ 11/7 v. UNC Pembroke^ 11/14 v. Catawba# %Neutral site (Columbus, Ga.) #NCAA Tournament

2009 RESULTS 8/29 v. Queens% 8/30 v. Florida Southern% 9/4 CATAWBA 9/6 FLORIDA TECH 9/11 LINCOLN MEMORIAL 9/13 CARSON-NEWMAN 9/18 at West Georgia 9/20 BARRY 9/23 at Georgia SW* 9/27 v. Tampa% 9/30 at Lander* 10/3 NORTH GEORGIA* 10/7 at Armstrong Atlantic* 10/11 at Clayton St.* 10/17 at Flagler* 10/21 UNC PEMBROKE* 10/24 COLUMBUS ST.* 10/28 USC AIKEN* 10/31 MONTEVALLO* 11/3 NORTH GEORGIA^ 11/6 v. Montevallo^ % Neutral Site (Savanna, Ga.)

T, 0-0 2ot 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 2ot W, 5-1 T, 0-0 2ot W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 2ot W, 2-0 L, 1-2 L, 1-2

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

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2010 RESULTS 9/3 vs. Florida Southern% L, 1-2 9/5 at Lynn L, 0-3 9/10 ANDERSON W, 3-0 9/12 FLORIDA TECH W, 1-0 9/19 BARRY L, 0-3 9/22 GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN* W, 3-0 9/25 WEST GEORGIA W, 4-0 9/29 LANDER* W, 2-1 10/6 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC* W, 2-1 10/9 CLAYTON ST.* W, 4-1 10/12 at North Georgia* L, 0-1 10/16 FLAGLER* T, 0-0 2ot 10/20 at UNC Pembroke* L, 0-2 10/23 at Columbus St.* L, 0-1 10/27 at USC Aiken* T, 1-1 2ot 10/30 at Montevallo* L, 0-1 11/2 at North Georgia^ T, 2-2 PK loss *PBC game ^PBC Tournament

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ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY SERIES HISTORY OPPONENT . . . . . . .SERIES ..STREAK ........LAST GAME . . . .BEGAN Alabama-Huntsville . .2-0-1 ............W2........W, 3-0 (9/14/08) . .2006 Anderson . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 3-0 (9/10/10) . .2004 Armstrong Atlantic . .1-5-1 ............W1........W, 2-1 (10/6/10) . .2004 Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1................L1 ..........L, 0-3 (9/19/10) . .2009 Belmont Abbey . . . . .0-2-1..............T1..........T, 2-2 (8/29/08) . .2005 Carson-Newman . . . . .0-1................L1 ..........L, 0-1 (9/13/09) . .2009 Catawba . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2................L2............L, 0-1 (9/4/09) . . .2008 Clayton State . . . . . . . .5-3 ..............W5........W, 4-1 (10/9/10) . .2004 Columbus State . . . . .0-5-4..............L1 ........L, 0-1 (10/23/10) .2004 Converse . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ......W, 2-0 (8/28/04) . .2004 Erskine . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 6-0 (9/23/08) . .2006 Flagler . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0-1..............T1 ........T, 0-0 (10/16/10) .2005 Florida Southern . . . . .1-1................L1............L, 1-2 (9/3/10) . . .2009 Florida Tech . . . . . . . . .2-1 ..............W1........W, 1-0 (9/12/10) . .2007 Francis Marion . . . . . .0-2................L2......L, 0-1 2ot (11/3/04) 2004 Georgia Southwestern .5-0..................W5 ..........W, 3-0 (9/22/10) . . .2006 Lambuth . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 3-0 (9/14/05) . .2005 Lander . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1-3 ............W1........W, 2-1 (9/29/10) . .2004 Limestone . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1 ........W, 1-0 (9/7/08) . .2008 Lincoln Memorial . . .1-0-1..............T1..........T, 0-0 (9/11/09) . .2008 Lynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1................L1............L, 0-3 (9/5/10) . . .2010 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 . . . . . . . . .1-5-1..............L2 ........L, 0-1 (10/30/10) .2004 Newberry . . . . . . . . . .1-1-1..............T1 ........T, 0-0 (10/11/08) .2005 UNC Pembroke . . . . .2-5-1..............L1 ........L, 0-2 (10/20/10) .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 . . . . . .4-2-3..............T1..........T, 2-2 (11/2/10) . .2004 North Greenville . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 4-0 (9/11/04) . .2004 Queens (N.C.) . . . . . . . .1-0 ..............W1........W, 2-0 (8/29/09) . .2009 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 . . . . . . . . . .5-0-2..............T1 ........T, 1-1 (10/27/10) .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 Tampa . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1................L1 ..........L, 0-1 (9/27/09) . .2009 Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 ..............W3........W, 4-0 (8/25/07) . .2005 Tusculum . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 ..............W1 ........W, 2-1 (9/5/08) . .2004 West Georgia . . . . . . .2-0 ..............W2........W, 4-0 (9/25/10) . .2009 v. NCAA I . . . . . . . . . . .2-1-0 v. NCAA II . . . . . . . .55-42-20 v. NAIA . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1-0 Overall . . . . . . . . . . .64-44-20

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ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER Mary Rob Plunkett (2000-10)

Michelle Parr (2003-05) Christine Davidson (2007) Kristen Moore (2008) Taylor Mulryan (2009-10)

Sarah Flynn (2003-04) Daria Owen (2006-09) Tracy Peterson (2003-04) Hayley Ferrell (2005-08) Jamie Colcord (2009-10) Brittany Borror (2010) Ashley Braswell (2003) Tori Klein (2004) Mary Byrne (2005-08) Sarah Young (2009)

Britni Emerson (2004-07) Megan McAlpin (2008-10) Allyson Rogers (2003-04) Courtney Blackmon (2005) Morgan Cobb (2006-09) Alex Knight (2010)

Heather Drazdowski (2003-04) Jessica McGinnis (2005-07) Jessica Newland (2008-10) Meredith Moran (2004-06) Jordan Bryant (2007) Allie Schechner (2010)

Leigh Ann Lindsey (2003-06) Karly Zapp (2007) Haley O’Hayer (2009-10) Mindy Crow (2004-05) Kelli McLane (2007-10) Laura Adkins (2003-04) Natalie Thomas (2005-06) Ally Treat (2007-10) Lauren Grimes (2003-04) Allison Bierschied (2005) Ali Caton (2006) Caitlin Smith (2008) Taylor Yee (2010)

Emily Johnson (2003) Morgan Holloman (2004) Sarah Plymale (2005-06) Jessica Binkowski (2007-10)

Joni Frei (2003) Emily Seder (2004) Arielle Bryant (2005-06) Lyric Burnett (2008-09) Missy Lewis (2003) Mindy Cochran (2004) Lindsey Stiver (2005-06) Karen Bonilla (2008-10) Bethany Loushine (2003) Jennifer Andrew (2004-06) Kayla Emerson (2007-10) Jessica McGinnis (2004) Beth Coughlin (2005-08) Olivia Holden (2009-10) Brooke Williams (2003) Amanda Traber (2005) Tawny Moffat (2008-10) Kelli Murphy (2003-04) Kristen Moore (2005-07) Becky Knoll (2009-10)

Meredith North (2004) Meghan Rothenberg (2005-07) Leah Frazer (2008-10) Joanna Kimes (2003) Sydney Flinn (2004-05) Meagan Shorey (2006) Mary Rob Plunkett (2007) Amanda Veillon )2009-10)

Jessie Vicent (2003) Sierra Sasser (2004-05) Samantha Lamphier (2006-07) Jeni Day (2008) Anna Wierzbicki (2009-10) Tami Pissott (2003-05) Erika Kolodin (2006-09) KatieBeth Hunter (2003-05) Kara Teresi (2006-09) Anna Barrow (2010) Erin Krueger (2004-06) Jessica Newland (2007) Lauren Hall (2008) Sarah Yoder (2010)

Erica Henninger (2003) Jessica Koburger (2004-05) Jamie Nevin (2006-09) Katie Taylor (2010) Alex Stover (2004-07)

Lisa Navarro (2003) Charlsey Thornton (2004-06) Jaquelyn Gabel (2004-05) Lyric Burnett (2006-07) Sarah Rumble (2003-04) Alex Thon (2005-06) Joshelin Kantor (2003) Janessa Hartmann (2004) Jessy Rackett (2005) Katie Snyder (2007)

Emily Norris (2004-07)

Ali Rhodes (2003) Brittany Little (2004-05) Kathleen Hovey (2006-07) Ashley Boyd (2004) Joanna Papy (2005-06) Sydney Flinn (2003) Holly Chandler (2004-05) Sarah Story (2006) Leanne Hill (2007)

Melissa Prior (2003) Holly Chavalia (2004) Stacie Proffitt (2005-06)

Paige Montooth (2004) Amanda Wade (2006-07) Lindsey McLendon (2004) Kimberly Goodwin (2005-06) Lauren Dickson (2005) Miranda Markesteyn (2006-07)

Julia Newman (2006-07)

Jeni Day (2006-07)

Keri Wright (2007)

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LETTERWINNERS

Mary Byrne

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Britni Emerson

Jennifer Andrew (3)....................2004-06 Stephanie Andino[1]...........................2010

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Anna Barrow [1] ..................................2010 Jessica Binkowski (4) .................2007-10 Karen Bonilla (3)...........................2008-10 Brittany Borror [1]..............................2010 Arielle Bryant (2) ..........................2005-06 Jordan Bryant (1)................................2007 Lyric Burnett (4) ...........................2006-09 Mary Byrne (4) ..............................2005-08

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Ali Caton (1) ...........................................2006 Morgan Cobb (4)..........................2006-09 Mandy Cochran (1).............................2004 Jamie Colcord (2) ........................2009-10 Beth Coughlin (4)..........................2005-08 Mindy Crow (2) ..............................2004-05

DDDDDDDDDD

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

EEEEEEEEEE

Britni Emerson (4) .......................2004-06 Kayla Emerson (4) .......................2007-10

FFFFFFFFFF

Hayley Ferrell (4)...........................2005-08 Sydney Flinn (1).....................................2004 Sarah Flynn (2) ..............................2004-05 Leah Frazer (3)..............................2008-10

Kristen Moore

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

HHHHHHHHHH

Lauren Hall (1) ......................................2008 Leanne Hill (1) .......................................2007 Olivia Holden (2) ............................2009-10 Kathleen Hovey (2) ......................2006-07 KatieBeth Hunter (2)..................2004-05

KKKKKKKKKK

Tori Klein (1)...........................................2004 Alexandra Knight [1] ..........................2010 Becky Knoll (2) ...............................2009-10 Jessica Koburger (2)..................2004-05 Erika Kolodin (4)............................2006-09 Erin Krueger (2) ............................2004-05

LLLLLLLLLL

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

MMMMMMMMMM

Miranda Markesteyn (2)...........2006-07 Megan McAlpin (3)......................2008-10 Jessica McGinnis (4) ..................2004-07 Kelli McLane (4) ............................2007-10 Tawny Moffat (3) ..........................2008-10 Kristen Moore (4) ........................2005-08 Meredith Moran (3) ....................2004-06 Taylor Mulryan (2)........................2009-10

NNNNNNNNNN

Jamie Nevin (4).............................2006-09 Jessica Newland (4) ...................2007-10 Emily Norris (4) .............................2004-07

Alex Stover

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Haley O’Hayer (2) .........................2009-10 Daria Owen (4) ..............................2006-09

PPPPPPPPPP

Michelle Parr (2) ..........................2004-05 Tracy Peterson (1)..............................2004 Tami Pissott (2).............................2004-05 Mary Rob Plunkett (4)................2007-10 Sarah Plymale (2).........................2005-06 Stacie Proffitt (2)..........................2005-06

RRRRRRRRRR

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

SSSSSSSSSS

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

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Katie Taylor [1] .....................................2010 Kara Teresi (4) ..............................2006-09 Natalie Thomas (2)......................2005-06 Amanda Traber (1).............................2005 Ally Treat (4) ...................................2007-10 Alex Thon (2)...................................2005-06 Charlsey Thornton (1) .......................2005

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Amanda Veillon (2) ......................2009-10

WWWWWWWWWW

Anna Wierzbicki (2).....................2009-10

YYYYYYYYYY

Taylor Yee [1] ........................................2010 Sarah Yoder [1]....................................2010 Sarah Young (1)...................................2009

ZZZZZZZZZZ

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

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2011 Georgia College Women's Soccer Media Guide  

The yearbook for the GC women's soccer 2011 season.