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2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER Tennessee Lady Vol Media Relations -- Associate A.D. for Media Relations: Debby Jennings • Associate Director: Eric Trainer • Assistant Directors: Brian Davis (SOC Contact), Cameron Harris Graduate Assistants: Todd Mounce and Zach Stipe • Student Assistant: Donnie Conley 117 Stokely Athletics Center, Knoxville, Tenn., 37996-3110 • (865) 974-1212 • Fax (865) 974-8875 • bdavis16@utk.edu

2010 LADY VOL SOCCER SCHEDULE Date 8/20

Opponent WESTERN KENTUCKY

Time W, 3-0

FIRST TENNESSEE LADY VOL CLASSIC • Knoxville, Tenn. 8/27 #14/12 MARYLAND L, 1-3 8/29 RICHMOND W, 2-1 9/4

at #1/1 North Carolina

SUN DEVIL DESERT CLASSIC • Tempe, Ariz. 9/10 at #25/24 Arizona State 9/12 vs. Arizona 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29

L, 2-7 L, 2-4 L, 1-3

WISCONSIN L, 0-1 CHATTANOOGA W, 8-0 ARKANSAS* W, 2-1 LSU* T, 1-1 (2OT) VANDERBILT* W, 1-0 KENTUCKY* L, 0-1 at Mississippi State* W, 1-0 (2OT) at Ole Miss* (CSS) W, 3-1 at #13/12 Florida* (SUN Sports) L, 2-4 at #14/13 South Carolina* (ESPNU) L, 1-2 at Auburn* W, 1-0 (OT) ALABAMA* (CSS) W, 1-0 (2OT) GEORGIA* W, 2-1

SEC TOURNAMENT• Orange Beach, Ala. 11/3 LSU 2:30 p.m. CT NCAA TOURNAMENT• Campus Sites 11/12 & 14 NCAA First/Second Rounds Campus Sites 11/19 & 21 NCAA Third Round Campus Sites 11/26-28 NCAA Quarterfinals Campus Sites 12/3 & 5 Women’s College Cup College Station, Texas * denotes Southeastern Conference match HOME GAMES IN ALL CAPS & bold Rankings: NSCAA/Soccer America #rv -- receiving votes in poll at time of match TENNESSEE LADY VOL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY Location .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Enrollment ........................................................... 27,107 Founded ................................ 1794 as Blount College Nickname .................... Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) Colors ............................................Orange and White Conference ................................. Southeastern (SEC) Home Field (Capacity) ..........Regal Soccer Stadium (3,000) Interim President .................................. Dr. Jan Simek Athletics Director ...................................Joan Cronan LADY VOL SOCCER Head Coach .................Angela Kelly (North Carolina ’94/11th) Assistant Coach ................Joe Kirt (UW-Oshkosh ’98/4th) Assistant Coach .....Keeley Dowling (Tennessee ’05/3rd) 2009 Overall Record ........................................... 8-9-3 2009 SEC Record ............................ 4-5-2/5th in East 2009 Postseason ............SEC Tourney Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 18/5 Starters Returning/Lost ............................................ 8/3 Newcomers .....................................................................5

TENNESSEE LADY VOLS (10-8-1, 7-3-1 SEC) at the SEC Women’s Soccer Tournament Orange Beach, Ala., Nov. 3-7 OPPONENTS FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1-7 LSU (7-8-4, 4-4-3 SEC) Wed., Nov. 3 2:30 p.m. CT

MATCH NOTES We’ve Already Met Once This Season... Tennessee and LSU have already done battle on the pitch once this season, tying 1-1 (2OT) back on Sept. 26th in Knoxville. UT out-shot the Tigers, 22-17, including 10-2 combined during the overtime sessions and 7-0 over the final 10-minute frame. Big Orange sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison granted the Lady Vols a 1-0 lead at the 18:59 mark by slamming home a rebound from a ricochet off the crossbar. LSU knotted things up with just 2:58 left in regulation as Natalie Martineau scored from amongst a crowd out in front of the net. During the second OT, Tennessee junior forward Emily Dowd appeared to have scored as her header over GK Megan Kinneman looked headed in, but Tiger defender Kellie Murphy managed to clear it out of the goal mouth at the last possible moment to preserve the tie. Lady Vols at the SEC Tournament Tennessee enters this week’s SEC Tournament with a 12-9-3 (.563) all-time record in 13 previous trips to the event and four titles (2002, 2003, 2005, 2008). After going 0-5 in its first five visits to the league’s annual showcase (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001), UT has posted a 12-4-3 mark over its eight appearances since. Only Florida owns more wins or championships at the SEC Tournament than the Lady Vols. The Big Orange has won four of the last eight tourneys (2002-2009), been in the final five times during that eight-year span and is the only SEC team to have won more than twice over the previous eight events. Down But Never Out! The Big Orange has proven quite adept at rallying from deficits to record victories during the 2010 campaign. UT has managed to fight back from behind on four occasions this season, rallying from 1-0 to down Richmond (2-1), Arkansas (2-1), Ole Miss (3-1) and Georgia (2-1). The Lady Vols have even come close to digging out of holes such as a 3-0 deficit at #12 Florida (lost 4-2) and a 2-0 deficit at #13 South Carolina (lost 2-1). Loads of “Golden” Success for UT in 2010 Tennessee has had a great deal of success once things have reached the “sudden victory” stage during the 2010 campaign. UT owns a 3-0-1 overtime record thus far this season, having registered “golden goal” triumphs over Mississippi State, Auburn and Alabama and posting a 1-1 deadlock with LSU. All-time in extra session action, the Lady Vols are 29-15-22 and have really changed their recent OT tune. Over the 2008 and 2009 campaigns, UT was an unfortunate 0-4-5 in extra time.

Tennessee Lady Vol Soccer Contact: Brian Davis, Assistant Media Relations Director • (865) 974-7478 (office)/(865) 696-7947 (cell) • bdavis16@utk.edu


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2010 LADY VOL STAT LEADERS 2010 OVERALL Scoring Statistics Points: 20 Chelsea Hatcher Goals: 8 Chelsea Hatcher Match-Winners: 3 Kylie Bono Assists: 5 Emily Shore Shots: 98 Chelsea Hatcher Goalkeeping Statistics Minutes: 1750:40 Molly Baird Saves: 81 Molly Baird Goals Allowed: 30 Molly Baird Save Percentage: .730 Molly Baird Goals Against Avg.: 1.54 Molly Baird Solo Shutouts: 5 Molly Baird 2010 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Scoring Statistics Points: 11 Chelsea Hatcher Goals: 5 Chelsea Hatcher Match-Winners: 2 Caroline Brown Kylie Bono Assists: 4 Emily Shore Shots: 61 Chelsea Hatcher Goalkeeping Statistics Minutes: 1043:22 Molly Baird Saves: 45 Molly Baird Goals Allowed: 11 Molly Baird Save Percentage: .804 Molly Baird Goals Against Avg.: 0.95 Molly Baird Solo Shutouts: 4 Molly Baird

2010 PRESEASON ALL-SEC TEAM Player, School Allysha Chapman, LSU Kelli Corless, Georgia Taylor Cunningham, Ole Miss Ashlee Elliott, Florida Katie Fraine, Florida Katy Frierson, Auburn Kayla Grimsley, S. Carolina Chelsea Hatcher, Tennessee Molly Kinsella, Vanderbilt Brittiny Rhoades, S. Carolina Meredith Snow, Ole Miss Lindsay Thompson, Florida Sammy Towne, Auburn Erika Tymrak, Florida Kathryn Williamson, Florida

Pos. D D M M GK M F M M D D F D M D

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

2010 SEC PRESEASON COACHES POLL SEC Champion: Florida (11); S. Carolina (1) Eastern Team (First-place votes) Florida (11) Georgia South Carolina TENNESSEE Vanderbilt Kentucky

Poll Pts. 66 51 50 32 29 18

Western Team (First-place votes) Auburn (6) LSU (4) Ole Miss (2) Alabama Arkansas Miss. State

Poll Pts. 61 58 47 33 31 16

During 2010 Tennessee senior Tanya Emerson (at Auburn), junior Emily Dowd (vs. Alabama) and freshman Caroline Brown (at Miss. State) have each tallied “golden goals.” Series Record Against LSU Tennessee owns a 10-2-2 all-time mark against LSU, but has gone just 1-2-2 over the last five contests versus the Bayou Bengals. Included in that quintet of match-ups was a 1-1 (2OT) tie in Knoxville on Sept. 26th. The two squads have met in the SEC Tournament on two previous occasions with UT downing the Tigers 2-0 in opening round action during the ‘05 event and the two squads battling to a 1-1 tie in 2008. That ‘08 deadlock was eventually won via penalty kicks by the Big Orange (4-2) during the run to the program’s fourth all-time league tournament championship. In fact Tennessee has had to defeat LSU on the way to its last two SEC Tournament titles in 2005 and 2008. More Tennessee Offensive Power in 2010 Taking a look at this year’s Tennessee statistics in comparison to last year’s provides quite a shock from an offensive standpoint. Through the opening 19 matches of the 2010 campaign, the Big Orange has registered 34 goals, 29 assists and 97 total points. COMBINING ALL 20 MATCHES OF THE 2009 SEASON, UT MANAGED TO POST TOTALS OF 23 GOALS, 17 ASSISTS AND 63 TOTAL POINTS. We’ve previously discussed this year’s outstanding balance as 12 different Lady Vols have scored goals in 2010, the most at Rocky Top since the 2002 campaign when 14 different UT players performed the feat. This season’s Tennessee squad eclipsed last year’s entire total for assists and points in just 10 matches and equaled the ‘09 goal total during contest number 11. Baird the Brick Wall... Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird has effectively set up a brick wall in front of the net during Tennessee’s last few matches. The Raleigh, N.C., native reaped SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 25th after posting consecutive, 1-0 overtime shutouts of Auburn (10/21) and Alabama (10/24) and eventually racked up A SHUTOUT STREAK OF 261:12 DATING FROM THE SECOND HALF OF THE MATCH AT #14/13 SOUTH CAROLINA (10/17) THROUGH MOST OF THE FIRST HALF AGAINST GEORGIA (10/29). Baird has now registered five solo blankings in 2010 and owns 12 shutouts for her career to hold down fourth position all-time in UT history. What a Weekend for Hatcher! Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher truly had a weekend to remember during Tennessee’s high-profile road trip to #13/12 Florida and #14/13 South Carolina. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native scored three total goals, including two during the 4-2 loss to the Gators, to take over the Lady Vol lead in scoring with seven goals in 2010. The occurrence marked the first two-goal output for Hatcher in any single match in her career, and she scored three times on just four total shots on goal, a 75% efficiency. Her tally at SC (live on ESPNU) was a thing of beauty as Hatcher battled two Gamecock defenders for space deep out on the left wing. She moved to her left and uncorked a bending, left-footed shot from 28 yards out that traveled past Gamecock keeper’s Mollie Patton’s outstretched fingertips into the upper right corner of the net. Check Us Out On the Tube in 2010 Tennessee Lady Vol soccer fans had four opportunities to catch the Big Orange live on the tube during the 2010 campaign. UT downed Ole Miss (Oct. 10), 3-1, on Comcast Sports Southeast and picked up a 1-0 overtime win versus Alabama (Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. ET) live on CSS. The Big Orange’s match-ups at defending Southeastern Conference regular season champ #13/12 Florida (4-2 loss shown live on SUN Sports) and at defending SEC Tournament champ #14/13 South Carolina (2-1 loss shown live via ESPNU) were disseminated live on SUNSports and ESPNU on Oct. 15 & 17th, respectively. IF UT ADVANCES TO THE SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP IT IS SCHEDULED TO BE SHOWN LIVE ON ESPNU AT 3 P.M. ET ON NOV. 7TH. The Orange & White has seen a great deal of success on television during the pro-


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER gram’s 14-year history, boasting a 25-9-3 mark (.716) in 37 all-time appearances on the tube. During the 2009 campaign, Tennessee played live on the tube on five occasions, compiling a 2-1-2 mark. The Orange & White dropped a 1-0 decision at #25 West Virginia on Sept. 20th that was broadcast locally by the West Virginia Public Broadcasting System, beat Kentucky 1-0 and Alabama 2-0 on CSS, tied Ole Miss 1-1 (2OT) on ESPNU and deadlocked No. 11 Florida 2-2 (2OT) on Fox Sports South. Brown Bags the SEC Freshman Award for Oct. 11th For her heroic efforts in scoring consecutive match-winners to beat both Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10), freshman midfielder Caroline Brown picked up Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week on Oct. 11th. The Hershey, Pa., native scored her first “golden goal” at 102:22 to beat MSU 1-0 in the second overtime while she tallied the winner at Ole Miss at 23:06 to break a 1-1, first-half tie. The goals were the first of her career in SEC action and marked her first scores since the season opener versus Western Kentucky. Kylie’s Kicking Into Gear! After entering the 2010 season with no career goals, assists or points, sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono has really kicked her offensive production into gear recently. The Yorba Linda, Calif., native picked up her first career assist in the season-opener against Western Kentucky, but really ignited on Sept. 19th, during the 8-0 win over Chattanooga. She scored twice and dished a helper for five total points versus the Lady Mocs and followed that up with goals against Arkansas and Vanderbilt. Her match-winner at 82:04 of the 1-0 triumph over the Commodores finished a string of four goals over a four-match stretch for Bono. An assist on Caroline Brown’s winner at Ole Miss made it 10 POINTS TOTAL OVER UT’S LAST SEVEN MATCHES (SEPT 19-OCT. 10). She added her third match-winning score of the season and fifth overall goal at 67:44 to beat Georgia on Oct. 29th, 2-1. Hatcher’s Heroic Effort Hauls SEC Honor For her late match heroics during the come-from-behind, 2-1 SEC-opening triumph over Arkansas, Tennessee junior forward Chelsea Hatcher was rewarded with her first career selection as the SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/27). The Cincinnati, Ohio, native fired off a team-high 10 shots versus the Razorbacks but it was her last one that truly counted, managing to beat diving UA keeper Britni Williams at the right post from about 22 yards out with just 2:48 left on the regulation clock. The goal marked Hatcher’s fourth of the season and her third career matchwinning score. Dowd’s Doing Work! Junior forward Emily Dowd has really stepped up her scoring output this season, posting a pair of two-goal outputs during contests against No. 24 Arizona State and Chattanooga and scoring late at Ole Miss. Those efforts have had the Gainesville, Fla., native among the SEC and national statistical rankings for the last few weeks. Dowd was eighth in the league in goals per match (0.46) and was tied for seventh in goals scored (six) as of Oct. 11th. On a national level Dowd was 93rd in all of NCAA Division I in goals per contest as of Sept. 26th. Her previous career high for goals (two) and points (seven) in a single season came during her 2008 sophomore campaign. We Cracked the Century Mark Tennessee picked up the 100th all-time home victory in program history against Arkansas on Sept. 24th as Chelsea Hatcher scored with 2:48 left in regulation to down the Razorbacks, 2-1. UT now sports an all-time home record of 103-34-6 (.731) and is 7-3-1 in the friendly confines in 2010. The mark certainly means a great deal at UT where winning on the home field has always been a top priority. We Extended the Unbeaten String to Four! With a 1-0 triumph over Vanderbilt on Oct. 1st, Tennessee extended its season-long unbeaten streak to four matches, after already posting victories against Chattanooga (8-0, 9/19) and Arkansas (2-1, 9/24) and tying LSU (1-1, 2OT, 9/26). Unfortunately, despite out-shooting Kentucky 20-14, the Lady Vols had the skein end

2010 NATIONAL RANKINGS NSCAA/ Hendrickscars.com

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Stanford Portland Notre Dame North Carolina Maryland Texas A&M Virginia Florida Florida State Santa Clara Oklahoma State UC Irvine Marquette Boston College Oregon State Illinois South Carolina Ohio State BYU UNC Greensboro Hofstra Denver USC West Virginia Texas

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2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER LADY VOLS’ RECORD WHEN... Playing at Night......................................6-3-0 Playing During the Day ........................4-5-1 Playing at Home ....................................7-3-1 Playing on the Road..............................3-4-0 Playing at a Neutral Site ......................0-1-0 Playing a Conference Match ...............7-3-1 Playing a Non-Conference Match .....3-5-0 Scoring First ..........................................6-1-1 Scoring Second ......................................4-5-0 Involved in a Shutout ...........................6-2-0 Leading at Half .......................................3-1-1 Trailing at Half .......................................1-7-0 Tied at Half .............................................6-0-0 Playing Overtime ...................................3-0-1 Scoring One Goal .................................4-3-1 Scoring Two Goals ...............................3-3-0 Scoring Three+ Goals ..........................3-0-0 Allowing No Goals ...............................6-0-0 Allowing One Goal ...............................4-2-1 Allowing Two Goals.............................0-1-0 Allowing Three+ Goals .......................0-5-0 Out-Shot Opponent .............................9-5-1 Out-Shot by Opponent .......................1-3-0 Playing a Ranked Opponent ...............0-5-0 Playing an Unranked Opponent ......10-3-1 All-Time Record .........................182-116-22 All-Time SEC record....................... 92-45-9 All-Time Home Record ................ 103-34-6 All-Time Road Record .................. 57-63-11 All-Time Neutral Site Record ....... 22-19-5 All-Time OT Record ..................... 29-15-22 All-Time vs. Ranked Opp. .............. 25-55-8

on Oct. 3rd, in a 1-0 loss to the Wildcats at the Regal Soccer Stadium. The 2009 version of the Lady Vol soccer team managed four-match unbeaten skeins on two different occasions, going 3-0-1 from Sept. 4-Sept. 13 (tie at #19 Minnesota; wins vs. Wisconsin, Memphis, Western Carolina) and 2-0-2 from Oct. 4-Oct. 16 (wins at Kentucky and versus Mississippi State; ties against Ole Miss and #11 Florida). Getting Off to a Good Start in SEC Play is Important The slate was clean heading into the Southeastern Conference campaign as everyone sported an untarnished league mark. With a 2-1, come-from-behind win over Arkansas on Sept. 24th, Tennessee improved to 9-5-1 all-time in SEC lidlifters and 7-3-1 in such match-ups under the guidance of 11th year head coach Angela Kelly. At the Regal Soccer Stadium in SEC schedule openers, UT is a sparkling 6-1-0 with the only loss occurring to No. 17 Vanderbilt back during the inaugural season of 1996. Quintets of Quality By a Pair of Lady Vols! Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono and freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen performed a feat during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19) that hadn’t been pulled off by any Lady Vol soccer player since Emily Redberg back on Oct. 21, 2007, against Mississippi State. What was the feat you ask? Well let me tell you. Each of the players tallied FIVE POINTS versus the Lady Mocs via their FIRST TWO CAREER GOALS and an assist. Back on Track in a Big Way Tennessee snapped a four-match losing streak in a major way on Sept. 19th in Knoxville, hammering in-state foe Chattanooga by an 8-0 score. The eight goals and nine assists tied for the second-most in both categories during a single match in UT history. UT’s 43 shots marked the fourth-highest total in school annals, while the Big Orange also held a 24-2 advantage in shots on frame and a 9-0 advantage on corner kicks. The Big Orange also potentially made program history as all 23 available players on the roster drew time in the match. That is believed to the most ever in a single contest in Tennessee history. Lovin’ the Balance Having had almost 50% of its total team goals scored by a single player during each of the past two seasons (Kylee Rossi, 13 goals in 2008; Mick Imgram, 12 goals in 2009),

2010 SEC STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION Team SEC Florida^# 9-1-1 S. Carolina 8-2-1 TENNESSEE 7-3-1 Georgia 5-3-3 Kentucky 4-5-2 Vanderbilt 4-5-2

Pts. 28.0 25.0 22.0 18.0 14.0 14.0

H 5-0-0 4-2-0 4-1-1 2-1-2 3-2-1 1-2-2

A 3-2-1 4-0-1 3-2-0 3-2-1 1-3-1 3-3-0

Div. 5-0-0 2-2-1 2-3-0 2-2-1 2-2-1 0-4-1

ALL 15-2-2 14-4-2 10-8-1 10-5-4 10-7-2 8-9-2

Pct. .842 .750 .553 .632 .553 .447

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

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

N 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 0-1-0

Last 5 5-0-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 3-1-1 2-2-1

Streak W5 L1 W3 L2 W2 L2

WESTERN DIVISION Team SEC Pts. H A Div. ALL Auburn^ 5-4-2 17.0 3-3-0 2-1-2 3-2-0 11-6-2 LSU 4-4-3 15.0 2-2-1 2-2-2 3-0-2 7-8-4 Ole Miss 3-5-3 12.0 1-1-3 2-4-0 1-2-2 7-9-4 Alabama 3-6-2 11.0 2-2-1 1-4-1 3-1-1 8-8-2 Arkansas 2-7-2 8.0 1-5-0 1-2-2 1-3-1 5-11-3 Miss. State 1-10-0 3.0 1-5-0 0-5-0 1-4-0 8-12-0 # SEC Regular Season Champions; ^ SEC Division Champion

Pct. .632 .474 .450 .500 .342 .400

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

A 2-3-2 2-5-3 2-4-0 2-5-1 2-6-2 3-6-0

N 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

Last 5 2-1-2 2-2-1 2-1-2 0-5-1 1-3-1 1-4-0

Streak W2 W1 L1 L6 L3 W1


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER it’s nice to see the Lady Vol soccer team getting balanced contributions from numerous players in 2010. Entering this week’s SEC Tournament, Tennessee has registered 34 total goals with those HAVING BEEN SCORED BY 12 DIFFERENT PLAYERS (freshman Tori Bailey, junior Emily Dowd, junior Chelsea Hatcher, sophomore Alexis Owens, senior Anna Fisher, freshman Caroline Brown, junior Emily Shore, sophomore Kylie Bono, freshman Sanna Saarinen, sophomore Ali Hall, sophomore Amy Harrison, senior Tanya Emerson). IT MARKS THE MOST PLAYERS THAT HAVE SCORED IN A SINGLE SEASON FOR TENNESSEE SINCE 14 DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS SCORED FOR UT BACK DURING THE 2002 CAMPAIGN. During all of ‘09 only six different Lady Vol players managed to score goals. That feat was surpassed through just the opening four matches of the new season. The Precedent Exists... Just because Tennessee got off to a 3-5 start before opening SEC play doesn’t mean there aren’t potentially big things ahead for the 2010 Lady Vol soccer team. Angela Kelly’s squads have often been tested early against some of the top teams in the nation to prep them for the rugged SEC and NCAA campaigns. In fact, back in 2005, UT opened at 1-4-1 overall before finishing the year at 15-6-2, winners of the SEC Triple Crown and advancing to the NCAA Second Round. This season Tennessee opened the year at 3-5 and have gone 7-3-1 since to improve to 10-8-1 overall and finish third in the SEC standings. Among the Top Freshmen in the Nation Top Drawer Soccer released its most recent listing of the year (Sept. 30th) documenting its Top 100 Freshman women’s soccer players in the country. A pair of Lady Vols continue to be included on the list as UT rookie midfielders Caroline Brown and Tori Bailey (has been as high as No. 40) were tabbed No. 50 and No. 52 in the nation, respectively. Bailey is currently tied for fifth on the Big Orange in assists with two to go along with a match-winning goal versus Richmond, while Brown owns three scores (vs. W. Kentucky, at MSU and Ole Miss) and a pair of assists in her brief Big Orange career. We’ve Still Never Started 3-0 Did you know that despite all the success the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer program has had throughout the years, the squad has never started a season 3-0. The 1997, 2003 and 2007 teams all opened a perfect 2-0 before dropping their next matches. Of course the major reason a loss has often materialized during the early part of the year is the daunting non-conference schedule played by head coach Angela Kelly to prepare her team for the league and postseason slates. Among squads that UT has faced in that second or third match throughout the years (often on the road) are such foes as perennial national titlist North Carolina and nationally-rated squads such as Portland, Southern California, Washington, West Virginia, Penn State, Maryland and Virginia, just to name a few. The scheduling system has often seemed to pay dividends down the road as UT has won three SEC regular-season crowns, four SEC Tournament titles and been to five NCAA Sweet 16’s. This year UT started the campaign with a 2-1 record, suffering a 3-1 setback to #14/12 Maryland (Aug. 27) in its second match of the year during the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic at the Regal Soccer Stadium. Off On the Right Foot With a commanding 3-0 victory over Western Kentucky on the opening night of the 2010 season (Aug. 20th), the Tennessee Lady Vols got off to a solid start in the soccer program’s 15th anniversary year. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher posted her first career three-point night by tallying a goal and an assist. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native scored off freshman midfielder Tori Bailey’s first career helper just 3:33 into the match for a quick 1-0 lead. Hatcher later tipped a long free kick from senior defender Grace Cuenin to rookie Caroline Brown, who promptly blasted home her initial collegiate tally to improve the count to 3-0. Senior Anna Fisher also got in on the action with a goal in the 22nd minute. Tennessee out-shot the Lady Toppers by a commanding 23-2, while senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made two saves in posting her eighth career shutout. The win equaled the largest UT had during the entire 2009 campaign (3-0 over Miss. State/Oct. 2009). What a Starting Debut! A pair of freshmen made quite a debut for the Orange & White versus Western Kentucky. Midfielder Caroline Brown slammed home her first career goal in the 70th minute while forward Tori Bailey dished her initial career assist to Chelsea Hatcher, who tallied the first score (of an eventual 3-0 victory) just 3:33 into the match. In all, Brown, Bailey and fellow rookie midfielder Sanna Saarinen all saw their initial action in the Orange & White during the contest versus WKU with Bailey drawing her first collegiate start. Opening Night! The Lady Vols have now compiled a 10-5 record all time in season openers, playing on the road or at a neutral site six times to kick off the year. Tennessee has won its first match on the schedule six times in the last eight years. On Aug. 20th in Knoxville at the Regal Soccer Stadium, the Lady Vols got goals from junior forward Chelsea Hatcher, senior forward Anna Fisher and freshman midfielder Caroline Brown (1st career goal) in routing Western Kentucky, 3-0.


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER The Prelude to the First Act On August 13th Tennessee traveled to Louisville, Ky., for a preseason exhibition contest against the Louisville Cardinals. Goals by midfielders Julie Edwards (senior) and Caroline Brown (freshman) boosted UT to a two-score advantage early in the second half en route to an eventual 2-1 Lady Vol triumph. The Big Orange out-shot UL in the contest, 10-9, while Lady Vol senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made three saves between the pipes to garner the victory. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher and Edwards led UT with three shots each, while senior forward Anna Fisher, junior midfielder Emily Shore, Edwards and Brown were responsible for Tennessee’s four total shots on goal. Rookie midfielder Sanna Saarinen was credited with an assist on Brown’s goal that granted the Orange & White its two-score advantage. Looking at the Polls Tennessee is not currently ranked in any of the soccer polls, but has previously been among others receiving votes this season in the Top Drawer Soccer and Soccer Times listings. Conference-wise in the preseason ratings Florida led the way in the NSCAA/adidas poll at No. 11 with South Carolina 12th. LSU was represented in the Top Drawer Soccer listing at No. 20. The Orange and White will face six teams in 2010 that started the campaign ranked by any of the three systems (NSCAA, Soccer America, Top Drawer Soccer) in Florida, South Carolina, LSU, Maryland, Wisconsin and defending national champion North Carolina. Back in 2007, the Orange and White earned its highest ranking in program history at No. 6 in the NSCAA/adidas poll (Oct. 2) after opening the season 7-1-1 and downing No. 12 South Carolina and No. 15 Florida to kick off the SEC slate. Hatcher Reaped Preseason League Honor Junior midfielder/forward Chelsea Hatcher started the new campaign as one of 15 league players tabbed to the 2010 Preseason All-SEC Team. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native tied for second on the Lady Vol squad in goals during 2009 with three to go along with an assist while firing a team-best 76 shots (21 on frame). Entering the year she had started in 25 of her 38 career matches played during her stay at Rocky Top. Home Sweet Home The Lady Vols have long made winning on their home pitch a priority. At 103-34-6 (.731) all-time at the Regal Soccer Stadium (previously the UT Soccer Complex) and 7-3-1 thus far in 2010, Tennessee has averaged nearly seven wins a campaign in the friendly confines. Last season, the Big Orange were 4-4-2 in Knoxville with wins over ETSU, Memphis, Western Carolina and Mississippi State as well as ties against No. 24 Ole Miss and No. 11 Florida. Staring Upwards in the Eastern Division...In the Preseason Anyway In a preseason poll of the Southeastern Conference’s 12 soccer coaching staffs, the Tennessee Lady Vols were picked to finish fourth in the league’s Eastern Division. With 32 tallies the Big Orange trailed the choice for SEC regular-season champ, the Florida Gators (66 points) in the division race, Georgia (51 points) and South Carolina (50 pts.). Vanderbilt (29 pts.) and Kentucky (18 pts.) rounded out the East. The Auburn Tigers (61 pts.) were selected as the coaches’ pick to take the SEC Western Division. The gap between AU and second-place LSU (58 pts.) was just three points. Ole Miss (47 pts.), Alabama (33 pts.), Arkansas (31 pts.) and Mississippi State (16 pts.) completed the West standings. 2010 Lady Vol Soccer...A Brief Preview Entering her 11th year at the helm of the Tennessee program, head coach Angela Kelly welcomes back 18 returning letter winners and 10 players who started nine or more matches for UT during the 2009 season, while adding five lauded newcomers. Joined by fourth-year assistant coach Joe Kirt and third-year assistant and former Lady Vol standout Keeley Dowling, the experienced staff will be looking to rebound from a disappointing 8-9-3 campaign that saw the program miss qualifying for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2000. Despite losing three seniors, including All-Southeastern Conference First Team selection and leading goal scorer Mick Imgram as well as defensive standout Sarah Jackyra and experienced back-up goalkeeper Sarah Kitchin, plenty of talent returns to bolster the efforts of the Big Orange venturing into the new campaign. Included is 2010 preseason All-SEC forward Chelsea Hatcher, 2009 SEC All-Freshman midfielder Amy Harrison and redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird. “With 2010 ready to get underway, as both a staff and team, we feel good about where we are heading into the new season,” Kelly said. “The learning curve so far has been tremendous, especially with the freshmen coming in and having their first collegiate game just days after the start of their initial collegiate camp. I feel very confident about the information the squad is attaining and how they are applying that knowledge to game scenarios as a complete unit. We have many unique personalities within the group, and I believe that will make this a dynamic group to watch.” Lady Vol Classic History Tennessee hosted the 11th Tennessee Lady Vol Classic over Aug. 27 & 29 at the Regal Soccer Stadium as #14/12 Maryland, Richmond and Kennesaw State ventured to Knoxville. The Lady Vols dropped a tough 3-1 decision to the nationally-ranked Terrapins in their event opener before rebounding for a come-from-behind, 2-1 win over Richmond. By virtue of a 1-1-0 finish, the Big Orange finished second behind the 2-0 UM squad. Junior forward Emily Dowd scored her first goal of the season against Maryland. Sophomore forward Alexis Owens tallied the match-tying score in the second half versus Richmond, while freshman midfielder Tori Bailey scored her first career goal, in the


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER process recording her first match-winning tally, and also assisted on Owens’ score to take over the team lead in assists as of Aug. 29th. For their efforts during the weekend, senior goalkeeper Molly Baird, junior forward Chelsea Hatcher and Bailey were each tabbed to the Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team. A list of event champions is below: LADY VOL CLASSIC TEAM CHAMPIONS 1998 North Carolina 1999 George Mason 2000 Xavier 2003 TENNESSEE 2004 North Carolina 2005 Texas A&M 2006 TENNESSEE 2007 TENNESSEE 2008 West Virginia 2009 Kansas 2010 Maryland


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER LADY VOL ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 33 42

Name Molly Baird Jessica Rolfs Caroline Capocaccia Tori Bailey Chelsea Kephart Julie Edwards Chelsea Hatcher Anna Fisher Kylie Bono Ali Hall Emily Shore Ashley Owens Hannah Hut Sanna Saarinen Lara Langworthy Emily Dowd Grace Cuenin Amy Harrison Alexis Owens Molly Delk Caroline Brown RB Wyatt Melissa Speros Tanya Emerson

Pos. GK GK D M M/D M/F M/F F M/D D M/D F D M M/F F M/D M D/F D M GK D M

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Volunteer Assistant Coach: Graduate Assistant: Lady Vols By Class Redshirt Seniors (1): Baird Seniors (5): Cuenin, Edwards, Emerson, Fisher, Speros Redshirt Juniors (2): Delk, Ashley Owens Juniors (6): Dowd, Hatcher, Hut, Kephart, Langworthy, Shore Sophomores (4): Bono, Hall, Harrison, Alexis Owens Redshirt Freshmen (2): Rolfs, Wyatt Freshmen (4): Bailey, Brown, Capocaccia, Saarinen Lady Vols By Height 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-1 4-11

Fisher, Rolfs Brown Baird, Bono, Wyatt Capocaccia, Hall, Hatcher, Langworthy Cuenin, Dowd, Emerson, Harrison, Kephart, Alexis Owens Hut, Ashley Owens, Saarinen, Shore, Speros Delk Edwards Bailey

Yr. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Sr.

Ht. 5-8 5-11 5-7 4-11 5-6 5-1 5-7 5-11 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-5 5-6

Hometown/Previous School/College Raleigh, N.C./Needham Broughton Normal, Ill./Normal Community Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy Fenton, Mich./Fenton Cumming, Ga./South Forsyth/Georgia Southern Glenmoore, Pa./Downingtown East Cincinnati, Ohio/Seven Hills Franklin, Tenn./Centennial Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza Hawthorn Woods, Ill./Adlai Stevenson Gainesville, Fla./Oak Hall Murrieta, Calif./Vista Murrieta Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista Espoo, Finland/Etela-Tapiola Murfreesboro, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Midlothian, Va./Clover Hill Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada/Vincent Massey Collegiate Carmel, Ind./Carmel Cookeville, Tenn./Cookeville Hershey, Pa./Hershey Aiken, S.C./South Aiken Lancaster, Pa./Ephrata Capistrano Beach, Calif./San Clemente

Angela Kelly (11th season, North Carolina ’94) Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98), Keeley Dowling (Tennessee ’05) Hemant Sharma Alex Crimmins Lady Vols By Position Defenders (5): Capocaccia, Delk, Hall, Hut, Speros Forwards (3): Dowd, Fisher, Ashley Owens Forwards/Midfielders (3): Edwards, Hatcher, Langworthy Forwards/Defenders (1): Alexis Owens Goalkeepers (3): Baird, Rolfs, Wyatt Midfielders (5): Bailey, Brown, Emerson, Harrison, Saarinen Midfielder/Defenders (4): Bono, Cuenin, Kephart, Shore Lady Vols By State California (3): Yorba Linda (Bono), Capistrano Beach (Emerson), Murrieta (Ashley Owens) Canada (1): Winnipeg, Manitoba (Harrison) Colorado (1): Highlands Ranch (Hut) Florida (2): Gainesville (Dowd, Shore) Finland (1): Espoo (Saarinen) Georgia (1): Cumming (Kephart) Illinois (2): Hawthorn Woods (Hall), Normal (Rolfs) Indiana (1): Carmel (Alexis Owens) Michigan (1): Fenton (Bailey) North Carolina (1): Raleigh (Baird)

Ohio (1): Cincinnati (Hatcher) Pennsylvania (3): Glenmoore (Edwards), Hershey (Brown), Lancaster (Speros) Tennessee (4): Cookeville (Delk), Franklin (Fisher), Memphis (Capocaccia), Murfreesboro (Langworthy) South Carolina (1): Aiken (Wyatt) Virginia (1): Midlothian (Cuenin) Pronunciation Guide Caroline Capocaccia Grace Cuenin Tanya Emerson Chelsea Kephart Lara Langworthy Sanna Saarinen Melissa Speros

CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh CUE-nin TAN-yuh kep-HEART LAH-ruh SAH-nuh SAR-uh-nen SPEHR-ohs


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 1: WESTERN KENTUCKY Fri., Aug. 20, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (606) 1 0 2

W. Kentucky (0-1-0) Tennessee (1-0-0)

2 0 1

F 0 3

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of 606 fans on a clear but steamy night at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer squad managed two scores during the opening 22 minutes of action to open its 2010 campaign in style with a dominating 3-0 win over Western Kentucky. The Big Orange out-shot the Lady Toppers by a commanding 23-2 total, getting goals from junior midfielder Chelsea Hatcher, who also delivered an assist as part of her three-point night, senior forward Anna Fisher and freshman midfielder Caroline Brown. For Brown the tally marked the first of her brief career at Rocky Top, while fellow rookie midfielder Tori Bailey also recorded her initial career assist on Hatcher’s season-opening score. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono (first career assist) and senior defender Grace Cuenin also recorded helpers during the shutout triumph. Tennessee out-shot WKU in the first half, 11-1, and by a commanding 12-1 count during the second stanza. For the Lady Vols redshirt senior net minder Molly Baird was required to make just two saves in tallying her eighth career solo shutout between the pipes. Just a meager 3:33 into the new season, UT’s diminutive Bailey (4’11”) made a run from the left side toward the middle of the 18-yard box, delivering a feed to Hatcher. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native settled the ball and drove a right-footed blast past the WKU keeper for a quick, 1-0 advantage. The Tennessee lead expanded in the 22nd minute as Bono received a feed up the middle and passed to Fisher just inside the 18. The Franklin, Tenn., native, who has returned this season following an injury-filled 2009 campaign, dribbled to the right around a defender and unleashed a drive back across the face of the goal into the lower left hand corner to make it 2-0. It was more of the same when the teams came out of the locker room for the second stanza. Sophomore defender Ali Hall expended great effort on a header that hit the right post, before the ball bounced back into play. Sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison was waiting to slam home the rebound for what appeared to be Tennessee’s third goal of the contest. Unfortunately, the official along the sideline had his flag up signaling offside as the score was disallowed. A Western Kentucky foul during the 70th minute finally helped to add another tally on the scoreboard for the Big Orange. Off the free kick from approximately 40 yards out, Cuenin drove a ball into the middle that ricocheted off Hatcher to the feet of Brown. The product of Hershey, Pa., blasted the sphere home to make it a commanding 3-0, Tennessee. UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Tori Bailey), 3:33 UT: Anna Fisher (Kylie Bono), 21:11 UT: Caroline Brown (Chelsea Hatcher, Grace Cuenin), 69:42 Goalkeepers WKU - Libby Stout (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) WKU Shots 2 Saves 5 Fouls 6 Corners 0 Offsides 0

Saves 5 2 UT 23 2 4 9 5

MATCH 2: #14/12 MARYLAND Fri., Aug. 27, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,083) 1 2 1

#14/12 Maryland (3-0-0) Tennessee (1-1-0)

2 1 0

F 3 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - With a crowd of 1,083 orange-clad fans in attendance on a Friday night at the Regal Soccer Stadium, the Tennessee Lady Vols battled hard but dropped a 3-1 decision to No. 12 Maryland to fall to 1-1 on the young 2010 campaign. The Terrapins managed a pair of scores just 2:15 apart in the opening half to take early control, 2-0. Tennessee managed to cut the gap to one at 23:56 on the first tally of the season from junior forward Emily Dowd, but saw UM register an insurance goal in the 75th minute to seal the triumph. Maryland out-shot Tennessee 14-11 and forced four saves by Lady Vol redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher led the Big Orange offense with five shots in the match-up. Following sustained pressure from the Terrapins, the scoreless deadlock was broken at 17:37 as Lydia Hastings received a ball about 40 yards out, cut straight up the middle between a pair of defenders and beat Baird bottom left from approximately eight yards to make it 1-0. Just 2:15 later the advantage for UM grew as a cross to the middle of the 18-yard box was settled by forward Ashley Grove. She pivoted and fired successfully into the bottom right of the twine from about 14 yards to make it 2-0. The momentum seemed to swing to Tennessee’s favor as the Big Orange managed three successive shots out front that were blocked. UT managed to keep the ball in the offensive zone and, off a missed clearance by Maryland, the ball ended up at Dowd’s feet. The Gainesville, Fla., native promptly buried it in the net for her first goal of the young campaign to cut the UM lead to 2-1. The Lady Vols came oh so close to tying the score just 1:46 later as Hatcher unloaded a shot on frame that hit the crossbar before skimming over the top for a goal kick. With time running short in the opening 45 minutes, Hatcher received a pass on the left wing (3:30 left), made a nifty move to go right between a pair of Maryland defenders and fired a shot to the far post that trickled just a foot or so wide. The final Maryland score came during the 75th minute as Jazmyne Spencer just managed to squeeze around a Tennessee defender on the left wing and fired low to the far post to finalize the count at 3-1. MD: Lydia Hastings (unassisted), 15:22 MD: Ashley Grove (Caitlin McDowell), 17:37 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 23:56 MD: Jazmyne Spencer (unassisted), 74:29 Goalkeepers MD - Yewande Balogun UT - Molly Baird Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

Saves 0 4 MD 14 0 7 7 3

UT 11 4 8 2 1

MATCH 3: RICHMOND Sun., Aug. 29, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (556) 1 1 0

Richmond (1-2-1) Tennessee (2-1-0)

2 0 2

F 1 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Despite conceding a thirdminute goal and trailing 1-0 at the halftime break, the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (1-1-0) battled back, behind a commanding second-half effort, to defeat Richmond (1-2-1), 2-1, in front of 556 fans on a hot and sunny Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. Sophomore forward Alexis Owens dead-locked the count at 1-1 at the 57:31 mark by scoring her first goal of the season. Freshman midfielder Tori Bailey not only tallied her first collegiate goal (68:23) and registered her initial career match-winner, but the Fenton, Mich., native also picked up her team-high second assist of the campaign on Owens’ tying effort. UT out-shot the Spiders by a staggering 27-12 count, including a 19-6 advantage during the second 45 minutes. Richmond wasted little time making its presence felt in the contest, getting on the scoreboard just 2:59 into the match. A cross from the left wing by Kat Russell found the feet of forward Becca Wann, who promptly blasted home her team-best third goal of the season from 10 yards out to make it 1-0. During the 23rd minute UT appeared to have dead-locked the score as junior forward Chelsea Hatcher received a pass between defenders in the middle and beat keeper Melissa Pacheco from about 12 yards out. Unfortunately, for the Lady Vols the linesman had his flag up to signal offside on the play and deny the score. The Orange & White finally tied the match at 57:31. Freshman midfielder Caroline Brown ripped a shot towards the right post that was saved but managed to escape the grasp of the Richmond net minder. Bailey hustled in to corral the orb near the end line and crossed to Owens at the far post. The Carmel, Ind., native promptly buried it in the twine from approximately four yards out to tie the score at 1-1. Later, Bailey raced up the middle and launched a shot from 22 yards out that looked as if it might travel wide left of frame. Everyone, including Bailey and the goalkeeper Young, seemed to let up on the ball thinking it would venture wide, but instead it hit the upright and caromed off the surprised keeper’s head into the back of the net as the Big Orange erupted in celebration. With 1:05 left on the regulation clock, Richmond forward Kat Russell got in clear from the left side. She fired a shot to the upper right corner of the net, forcing Baird to dive fully extended in an attempt to make the save. The Raleigh, N.C., product got her fingertips on the ball, pushing it aside just enough that it hit off the crossbar and back into the field of play. RICH: Becca Wann (Kat Russell), 2:59 UT: Alexis Owens (Tori Bailey), 57:31 UT: Tori Bailey (unassisted), 68:23 Goalkeepers RICH - Melissa Pacheco Andrea Young UT - Molly Baird Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

RICH 12 8 6 1 2

Saves 2 6 3 UT 27 3 10 6 4


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 4: #1 NORTH CAROLINA Sat., Sept. 4, 2010 - Chapel Hill, N.C. Fetzer Field (1,582) 1 0 5

Tennessee (2-2-0) #1 N. Carolina (4-0-1)

2 2 2

F 2 7

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - On a bright and sunny Saturday afternoon at historic Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C., the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-2-0) suffered a 7-2 defeat at the hands of No. 1 North Carolina (4-0-1) as legendary UNC head coach Anson Dorrance picked up his 700th career coaching victory. UNC out-shot the Big Orange by a 26-6 total (15-3 in shots on goal), although its margin was just 8-5 during the second stanza, and managed a 12-1 discrepancy on corner kicks. With UT trailing 5-0, Tennessee junior midfielder Emily Shore registered her first career goal on a second-half penalty kick conversion (foul drawn by junior forward Emily Dowd) while junior forward Chelsea Hatcher tallied her team-best second score of the campaign on a shot from approximately 35 yards out during the 78th minute. Senior goalkeeper Molly Baird corralled eight saves in the match while seeing all 90 minutes of action between the pipes. North Carolina took control quickly by scoring four times in the opening 19:27 of the contest. UNC: Kealia Ohai (unassisted), 6:41 UNC: Megan Brigman (Meghan Klingenberg), 9:10 UNC: Courtney Jones (Rachel Wood), 10:12 UNC: Alyssa Rich (Kealia Ohai), 19:27 UNC: Brittani Bartok (Ranee Premji), 41:13 UT: Emily Shore (Penalty Kick), 61:03 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 77:26 UNC: Amber Brooks (Barkley Minton, Rachel Wood), 81:22 UNC: Elizabeth Burchenal (Meghan Klingenberg), 84:29 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) UNC - Hannah Daly (60:27) Amanda Tucker (15:24) Adelaide Gay (14:09) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT UNC 6 26 8 1 16 8 1 12 3 1

Saves 8 0 0 1

MATCH 5: #25/24 ARIZONA STATE Fri., Sept. 10, 2010 - Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Soccer Stadium (487) 1 1 0

Tennessee (2-3-0) #25/24 Arizona State (4-0-1)

2 1 4

F 2 4

TEMPE, Ariz. - A four-goal outburst over a stretch of 12:09 in the second half led unbeaten No. 24 Arizona State (4-0-1) to a 4-2 victory over Tennessee (2-3-0) on Friday night at the Sun Devil Soccer Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. The Big Orange led 1-0 from 23:18 into the contest until the 71st minute, when ASU managed a pair of goals over a 57 second stretch (the start of a run of four straight ASU scores) to take a lead it wouldn’t relinquish. Junior forward Emily Dowd led the Lady Vol offense by scoring both Tennessee goals, including one on a beautiful bending shot from the right wing into the upper left corner of the net, giving her a team-best three during the 2010 campaign. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher picked up her second assist of the year on UT’s final tally, while freshman midfielder Caroline Brown was credited with her first collegiate helper on Dowd’s goal in the 24th minute. Arizona State out-shot the Orange & White by a 25-7 count and 13-3 in shots on frame. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird was forced to make nine saves in the match-up, including six during the opening 45 minutes. UT: ASU: ASU: ASU: ASU: UT:

Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 23:18 Alexandra Elston (Holland Crook), 70:55 Jasmine Roth (Holland Crook), 71:52 Sierra Cook (unassisted), 75:53 Karin Volpe (unassisted), 83:04 Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 84:52

Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) ASU - Alyssa Gillmore (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 7 9 13 4 0

Saves 9 1 ASU 25 1 9 5 0

MATCH 6: ARIZONA Sun., Sept. 12, 2010 - Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Soccer Stadium (324) 1 2 0

Arizona (2-3-1) Tennessee (2-4-0)

2 1 1

F 3 1

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-4-0) got the third goal of the season from junior forward Chelsea Hatcher, but it wasn’t enough as UT dropped a tough, 3-1 decision to the Arizona Wildcats (2-3-1) on a hot Sunday afternoon at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Tennessee out-shot the ‘Cats by a 16-15 count, including 10-6 on shots on frame, and forced nine saves from UA goalkeeper Ashley Jett in the contest. Hatcher’s goal came off the first career assist (and initial career point) from freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen at the 87:56 mark. Redshirt senior net minder Molly Baird registered three stops during the match for the Big Orange. Hatcher, Saarinen and junior forward Emily Dowd, who scored twice on Friday night against No. 24 Arizona State, were each tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team for their efforts during the weekend. Arizona wasted little time getting on the board with a tone-setting goal just 1:03 into the match as a through ball up the middle found forward and UA leading scorer Renae Cuellar just onside past the UT backline. She broke in clean on frame and fired low past Baird for a 1-0 Wildcat advantage. Arizona would eventually lead 3-0 until Hatcher’s late goal at 87:56. ARIZ: Renae Cuellar (unassisted), 1:04 ARIZ: Renae Cuellar (unassisted), 16:22 ARIZ: Jensen Skinner (Renae Cuellar), 56:02 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Sanna Saarinen), 87:56 Goalkeepers ARIZ - Ashley Jett (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

ARIZ 15 9 11 5 3

Saves 9 3 UT 16 3 11 5 3


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 7: WISCONSIN Fri., Sept. 17, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,744) 1 1 0

Wisconsin (2-3-2) Tennessee (2-5-0)

2 0 0

F 1 0

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-5-0) out-shot its visitors by a 20-12 total, including 8-6 in shots on frame, and saw a late second half goal by sophomore Alexis Owens disallowed on an offside call in dropping a 1-0 decision to Wisconsin (2-3-2) in front of the fifth largest crowd in Regal Soccer Stadium history (1,744). The Big Orange offense created numerous scoring chances in the attacking third but either just missed the target or had UW keeper Michele Dalton come up with one of her eight total saves to preserve the shutout. The large crowd in attendance witnessed a very rough contest that saw the head referee whistle for 38 total fouls, 20 against UT, and issue four yellow cards. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher led UT with six shots in the match, sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono was credited with a team-best two shots on goal and redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made five saves. Redshirt junior defender Molly Delk, who previously played for Tennessee during the 2008 campaign, was added to the official roster prior to this match and drew 68 minutes of action as a backline substitute. With Tennessee having failed to put away several chances in front of the net, it was the Badgers who struck first at 34:20. Catie Sessions delivered a cross from the right wing into the sixyard box that was headed into the net by forward Laurie Nosbusch. The goal that granted UW a 1-0 lead marked Nosbusch’s team-best second goal of the campaign. With time running short it appeared that the Orange & White had finally found an equalizer. Off a cross from the right wing, Owens took advantage of a bouncing ball in the six-yard box, tallying what appeared to be the tying goal at 81:27. Unfortunately for the Lady Vols, the official had the flag up signaling the play as offside. WISC: Laurie Nosbusch (Catie Sessions), 34:20 Goalkeepers WISC - Michele Dalton (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

WISC 12 8 18 2 1

Saves 8 5 UT 20 5 20 5 2

MATCH 8: CHATTANOOGA Sun., Sept. 19, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (600) 1 0 4

Chattanooga (2-6-0) Tennessee (3-5-0)

2 0 4

F 0 8

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of 600 Orangeclad fans at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (3-5-0) equaled the mark for the second-most goals in a single match in school history by putting up eight tallies during a commanding 8-0 rout of in-state foe Chattanooga (2-6-0). In the process UT also recorded its fourth-highest shot total in program annals by out-shooting the Lady Mocs, 43-6, and tied for the second-most assists in a single match with nine. Tennessee held a 9-0 advantage on corner kicks and a staggering 24-2 edge on shots on goal. All 23 available players on the Lady Vol roster received playing time during the contest. Junior forward Emily Dowd posted her team-best fourth and fifth scores of the season, just barely missing a hat trick late in the contest. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono and freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen each tallied their initial two career goals at Rocky Top as well as an assist to total five points apiece during the match. Sophomore defender Ali Hall delivered her first goal of 2010 and an assist, sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison registered her first goal of the campaign and junior forward Chelsea Hatcher, junior midfielder Emily Shore, junior defender Molly Delk, junior forward Ashley Owens, sophomore forward Alexis Owens and freshman midfielder Caroline Brown each were credited with a single assist. Tennessee out-shot Chattanooga 22-2 over the first 45 minutes and didn’t allow a UTC shot until 25:34 had elapsed in the match. The Lady Mocs’ Kelly Downs received her second yellow card of the contest (and as a result an automatic red card) at 31:17 meaning her team was forced to play a woman down for the last 58:43. UT: Kylie Bono (Ali Hall, Emily Shore), 17:48 UT: Ali Hall (Kylie Bono, Chelsea Hatcher), 30:05 UT: Sanna Saarinen (Ashley Owens), 38:10 UT: Amy Harrison (Alexis Owens), 39:17 UT: Kylie Bono (Sanna Saarinen), 45:42 UT: Sanna Saarinen (Molly Delk), 64:29 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 76:50 UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 80:41 Goalkeepers CHAT - Taylor Mangrum (64:29) CHAT - Sydney Newberry (25:31) UT - Molly Baird (77:18) UT - RB Wyatt (12:42) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

CHAT 6 16 8 0 2

UT 43 2 10 9 1

Saves 15 1 2 0

MATCH 9: ARKANSAS Fri., Sept. 24, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,148) Arkansas (3-5-1, 0-1-0 SEC) Tennessee (4-5-0, 1-0-0 SEC)

1 1 1

2 0 1

F 1 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Lady Vol junior forward Chelsea Hatcher’s goal with just 2:48 left in regulation proved the difference at the Regal Soccer Stadium as Tennessee (4-5-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) opened its 2010 SEC campaign with a victory and picked up the program’s 100th all-time home win in the process by rallying past Arkansas (3-5-1, 0-1 SEC), 2-1. After the Razorbacks jumped out to a one-score lead only 10:45 into the contest, UT got the equalizer at 16:41 off a header by sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono, her third goal over the Big Orange’s last two matches. Junior midfielder Emily Shore and senior forward Anna Fisher each registered assists on the Yorba Linda, Calif., native’s score. Tennessee out-shot UA by a commanding 29-12 total, including 16-2 over the final 45 minutes, and 10-6 in shots on frame. Each squad managed six corner kicks in the contest, while redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird managed five saves in tallying her 12th career victory between the pipes. With the Big Orange continuing to pressure late with the match tied at 1-1, it fell to Hatcher to deliver in the clutch. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native did just that by firing a blast on goal from about 22 yards out on the right side. The shot bent just past a diving Bernier and snuck in at the right post to grant Tennessee a stunning 2-1 lead with just 2:48 to play. ARK: Ally Atkins (unassisted), 10:45 UT: Kylie Bono (Anna Fisher, Emily Shore), 16:41 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 87:12 Goalkeepers ARK - Britni Williams (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

ARK 12 8 8 6 2

Saves 8 5 UT 29 5 4 6 2


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 10: LSU Sun., Sept. 26, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (480) 1 LSU (3-5-2, 0-1-1 SEC) 0 Tennessee (4-5-1, 1-0-1 SEC) 1

2 OT 2OT F 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - On a rainy and cool Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium, Tennessee (4-5-1, 1-0-1 Southeastern Conference) and LSU (3-5-2, 0-1-1 SEC) battled hard over 90 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of “sudden victory” overtime but settled nothing as the match eventually ended dead-locked in a 1-1 (2OT) tie. LSU forced the extra sessions by tying the contest with just 2:58 remaining on the third goal of the season from midfielder Natalie Martineau. Tennessee had a huge “golden goal” scoring chance early in the second overtime on a header from the left side by junior forward Emily Dowd, but the ball was eventually saved out of the goal mouth by LSU defender Kellie Murphy and cleared. The Big Orange out-shot the Tigers 22-17 overall and 8-6 in shots on frame. During the overtime periods UT managed a 10-2 shot differential, including a 7-0 total over the final 10 minutes of extra time. Tennessee sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison granted the Lady Vols the lead at 18:59 by registering her second goal of the campaign. The Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native’s score occurred off the second assist of 2010 from sophomore defender Ali Hall. Senior goalkeeper Molly Baird managed five saves during the contest while her counterpart for the Tigers, Megan Kinneman, was credited with six stops. Tennessee didn’t post its initial shot of the match until the 18:55 mark, but made sure when it did to do so with some quality. After a UT corner kick, Hall eventually headed a ball on frame that hit the crossbar and rebounded back out into the middle of the 18. Harrison raced in quickly to drive home the rebound from about 12 yards and beat Kinneman to grant the Big Orange a 1-0 advantage. With the Tigers pressing hard for an equalizer late in the contest, the ball was looped into the LSU offensive zone during the 87th minute. After ricocheting around in the crowd out front, the sphere eventually managed to venture from Allysha Chapman to Martineau who scored to the right of Baird at 87:02 and dead-locked the scoreboard at 1-1. UT: Amy Harrison (Ali Hall), 18:59 LSU: Natalie Martineau (Allysha Chapman), 87:02 Goalkeepers LSU - Megan Kinneman (110:00) LSU - TEAM UT - Molly Baird (110:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

LSU 17 7 7 5 5

Saves 6 1 5 UT 22 5 11 4 4

MATCH 11: VANDERBILT Fri., Oct. 1, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (650) Vanderbilt (4-6-1, 0-2-1 SEC) Tennessee (5-5-1, 2-0-1 SEC)

1 0 0

2 0 1

MATCH 12: KENTUCKY Sun., Oct. 3, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,028) F 0 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of 650 fans on Friday night at the Regal Soccer Stadium, the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (5-5-1, 2-0-1 Southeastern Conference) extended its seasonlong unbeaten streak to four matches after getting a clutch goal at the 82:04 mark from sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono to down in-state rival Vanderbilt (4-6-1, 0-2-1 SEC), 1-0. Bono’s goal marked her fourth over UT’s last four matches, while junior midfielder Emily Shore registered her team-high-tying third assist of the campaign by serving the corner kick to the far post that Bono finished via header for the match-winning tally. Tennessee out-shot the Commodores 13-8 overall and managed an 8-7 advantage on corner kicks in the contest. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher and sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison each registered three shots to lead the Big Orange. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made a pair of saves between the pipes in picking up her second solo shutout of 2010. With time beginning to run short in the contest, some UT offensive pressure forced a corner in the 82nd minute. Shore drove the ball to the far post where Bono had set up shop while marked just two yards out. The Yorba Linda, Calif., native leapt high and headed the ball into the twine just inside the left upright to grant the Big Orange a huge, 1-0 advantage at the 82:04 mark. The score marked Bono’s fourth of her career. A pass from the right wing found VU’s Molly Kinsella located in the middle of the 18 with 3:29 left, but she was marked closely by UT’s defense and failed to get off a shot. With just 35 seconds remaining VU again crossed a dangerous ball from the left wing, but Shore managed to get a sliding, right-footed touch on the sphere to clear it away from the zone and secure the Tennessee triumph. UT: Kylie Bono (Emily Shore), 82:04 Goalkeepers VU - Rachel Bachtel (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

VU 8 2 13 7 4

Saves 2 2 UT 13 2 13 8 1

Kentucky (7-4-1, 1-2-1 SEC) Tennessee (5-6-1, 2-1-1 SEC)

1 1 0

2 0 0

F 1 0

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - On a cold and blustery Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium, Caitlin Landis’ goal at 37:43 proved just enough for Kentucky (7-4-1, 1-2-1 Southeastern Conference) as the Wildcats ended Tennessee’s (5-6-1, 2-1-1 SEC) season-long four-match unbeaten streak by posting a 1-0 victory. In an especially physical contest that saw 28 total fouls whistled (16 on UT), the Lady Vols out-shot the Blue & White, 20-14, and owned a 11-4 advantage on corner kicks but failed to find the back of the net. Tennessee did come close on several occasions to locating the elusive equalizer. One of the best opportunities came at the 38:10 mark as Big Orange senior defender Melissa Speros’ long shot hit the woodwork where the left post and crossbar connect before rebounding back into play and being cleared. Lady Vol junior forward Chelsea Hatcher fired off a teamhigh six shots, while sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono launched four shots, including a squad-high three on frame. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made four saves between the pipes, while her UK counterpart, Sydney Hiance, tallied five stops. Down the stretch UT’s offense continued applying strong pressure by forcing corner after corner (five total over the last 17:21 of regulation) but couldn’t seem to get off a quality shot on net. Each Big Orange feed into the middle either traveled harmlessly through all the traffic in the 18 or was headed back toward the midfield by the Kentucky defense. A drive by Tennessee junior midfielder Emily Shore at 84:22 was blocked, marking the final credited shot for either team during the match as Kentucky held on for its 1-0 victory. UK: Caitlin Landis (Natalie Horner, Laura Novikoff), 37:43 Goalkeepers UK - Sydney Hiance (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UK 14 5 12 4 3

Saves 5 4 UT 20 4 16 11 1


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 13: MISSISSIPPI STATE Fri., Oct. 8, 2010 - Starkville, Miss. MSU Soccer Field (347) 1 Tennessee (6-6-1, 3-1-1 SEC) 0 Miss. State (7-7-0, 0-5-0 SEC) 0

2 OT 2OT F 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

STARKVILLE, Miss. - Locked in a scoreless duel during the second overtime at the MSU Soccer Field in Starkville, Miss., a string of passes from Tennessee Lady Vol senior defender Tanya Emerson to junior midfielder Emily Shore to freshman midfielder Caroline Brown resulted in a “golden goal” by Brown at 102:22 as UT (6-6-1, 3-1-1 Southeastern Conference) downed Mississippi State (7-7-0, 0-5-0 SEC), 1-0 (2OT). The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 27-16 count, including 13-7 in shots on goal, and owned a commanding 6-0 advantage on corner kicks. For Brown the goal marked her second of the season and both the first match-winner and “golden goal” of her brief Lady Vol career. Shore tallied her team-leading fourth assist of 2010, while Emerson registered her first assist and point of the campaign. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made seven saves in improving to 3-1-1 in league play while picking up her second solo SEC shutout and lowering her conference-only goals against average to 0.56. With 8:06 remaining junior forward Emily Dowd blasted a shot off the cross bar from about 16 yards out in the middle that rebounded back into the field of play. The ball was soon tracked down by Emerson who made a pass to Shore. She delivered a ball over the defense to Brown marked near the left end line. An MSU defender and the keeper made a step up anticipating a cross to the middle, but the Hershey, Pa., native decided to take a shot from the tough angle and buried the ball in the far side netting for the “golden goal.” UT: Caroline Brown (Tanya Emerson, Emily Shore), 102:22 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (102:22) MSU - Skylar Rosson (102:22) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 27 7 11 6 2

Saves 7 12 MSU 16 12 10 0 3

MATCH 14: OLE MISS Sun., Oct. 10, 2010 - Oxford, Miss. UM Soccer Stadium (210) Tennessee (7-6-1, 4-1-1 SEC) Ole Miss (5-8-2, 1-4-1 SEC)

1 2 1

2 1 0

MATCH 15: #13/12 FLORIDA Fri., Oct. 15, 2010 - Gainesville, Fla. James G. Pressly Stadium (1,272) F 3 1

OXFORD, Miss. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (7-6-1, 4-1-1 Southeastern Conference) improved to 5-1-1 over its last seven matches and wrapped up a perfect weekend jaunt through “The Magnolia State” by defeating Ole Miss, 3-1, on a 90-degree Sunday afternoon at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium in Oxford, Miss. The contest was broadcast live on television via Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS). The Big Orange received the second consecutive match-winning goal of the trip from freshman midfielder Caroline Brown, the team-leading sixth score of the campaign from junior forward Emily Dowd and an “own goal” during the 19th minute from the Rebels in posting the rousing victory. Brown had previously recorded the match-winner at the 102:22 mark on Friday night during UT’s 1-0 overtime triumph at Mississippi State. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono tallied an assist on Brown’s goal for her 10th overall point over Tennessee’s last seven matches. The Lady Vols out-shot the Red & Blue by a 24-13 count, including 11-7 on shots on goal, and posted a commanding 11-5 advantage on corner kicks. Tennessee redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird registered six saves during the match in picking up her 15th career victory between the pipes. Her counterpart for the Rebels, Sarah Story, made eight stops while permitting a trio of scores. UM: Mandy McCalla (Erin Emerson), 12:19 UT: OLE MISS OWN GOAL, 18:41 UT: Caroline Brown (Kylie Bono), 23:06 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 87:51 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) UM - Sarah Story (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 24 6 11 11 1

Saves 6 8 UM 13 8 5 5 0

Tennessee (7-7-1, 4-2-1 SEC) #13/12 Florida (11-2-2, 5-1-1 SEC)

1 0 3

2 2 1

F 2 4

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - On Friday evening at the James G. Pressly Stadium in Gainesville, Fla., #13/12 Florida posted three goals over a 4:45 stretch during the first half and held on despite a 15-shot assault from the Big Orange in the second frame to register a 4-2 victory over Tennessee in a highprofile SEC Eastern Division clash that was shown live via SUN Sports. UT junior forward Chelsea Hatcher scored both goals for the Lady Vols, giving her six for the season to tie junior teammate Emily Dowd for the team lead. Dowd registered her first assist of the 2010 campaign on Tennessee’s initial score at the 49:01 mark. The Big Orange out-shot Florida by a 17-11 count, including a staggering 15-5 in the second half, and posted a 7-3 advantage on corner kicks. Florida managed the first goal of the match at 26:26 off a cross from the right wing that was delivered by defender Jazmyne Avant. With the ball served into the middle from close to the right end line, midfielder Tahnai Annis managed to score on a volleyed shot from about six yards out, beating a diving Molly Baird to the right to make it 1-0. With tons of momentum suddenly in their favor, the Gators located the back of the net again just 2:21 later as a cross from the left wing by Tymrak was finished by midfielder Lindsay Thompson. The UF advantage grew to 3-0 as Thompson tallied again from seven yards out off a corner kick at 31:11. Out of the halftime break, the Lady Vols got just what they needed by scoring in the first five minutes of the second stanza to cut the UF lead to 3-1. Dowd received a feed in the midfield and passed to Hatcher in a lot of space to the right side of frame. Hatcher advanced in on goal and ripped a 12-yard shot past the UF keeper Katie Fraine at 49:01. The Gators answered right back in the 53rd minute, however, as a cross from the right wing to the far post by Travis was volleyed in via a running header by Annis for a 4-1 UF advantage. The Lady Vols picked up their second tally of the match at 55:44 on a bizarre play that started as a fairly routine cross to the middle. Hatcher dribbled down near the right end line and looked to deliver to a teammate in the middle. The net minder Fraine seemed to step up, trying to anticipate the run up the middle of the 18 by Tennessee senior forward Anna Fisher. UF’s keeper ended up in bad position, though, as the cross ended up slightly behind her and, while attempting to make a leaning grab, helped deflect the ball into the Gator net to make it 4-2. With momentum fully on the UT side, Harrison, off a corner kick served in by Shore, managed a beautiful header that traveled from the left side of goal towards the upper right corner at 72:35. A Florida defender standing guard at the upright managed a goal-saving header, clearing the sure score away from the line and back into play. On a through ball up the center of the pitch in the 80th minute, Dowd managed to beat her defender in a one-vs.-one battle just off the right side of frame. She dribbled to her left across the goal mouth and, while setting up for a potential shot from about 13 yards out, went down while marked in the 18. The referee signaled for play to continue on as UT missed a golden opportunity to cut its deficit to one. UF: Tahnai Annis (Jazmyne Avant), 26:26 UF: Lindsay Thompson (Erika Tymrak), 28:47 UF: Lindsay Thompson (Taylor Travis, Tahnai Annis), 31:11 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Emily Dowd), 49:01 UF: Tahnai Annis (Taylor Travis), 52:47 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 55:44 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) UF - Katie Fraine (90:00) UF - TEAM Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 17 2 17 7 1

Saves 2 4 1 UF 11 5 16 3 1


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 16: #14/13 SOUTH CAROLINA Sun., Oct. 17, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Stone Stadium (1,408) Tennessee (7-8-1, 4-3-1 SEC) #14/13 S. Carolina (12-3-2, 6-1-1 SEC)

1 0 1

2 1 1

F 1 2

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Despite the team-leading seventh goal of the season from junior forward Chelsea Hatcher on an incredible, 28-yard shot during the 78th minute, Tennessee (7-8-1, 4-3-1 Southeastern Conference) dropped a tough, 2-1 decision to #14/13 South Carolina on Sunday afternoon at Eugene E. Stone III Stadium in Columbia, S.C. The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 10-6 total, including 4-2 in shots on goal, and posted a 6-4 advantage on corner kicks. For Hatcher the goal marked her third score of the weekend, after finding the back of the net twice during UT’s 4-2 loss to #12 Florida in Gainesville on Friday evening. A long ball over the UT backline during the 32nd minute by midfielder Kira Campbell helped the Gamecocks break into the scoring column. The feed located SC leading scorer Kayla Grimsley onside with some space on the left wing. She dribbled in and beat diving keeper Molly Baird into the right side of the netting from eight yards out to make it 1-0 Garnet and Black at 31:25. During the 59th minute South Carolina added to its advantage as a free kick by Campbell to the far post was put home on a running header by defender Ellen Fahey to make it 2-0, Garnet & Black. An incredible individual effort by Hatcher resulted in her team-leading seventh goal of the campaign at 77:02. Despite having to battle a pair of South Carolina defenders for space, the Cincinnati, Ohio, native moved right then back to her left before firing a beautiful, left-footed shot that traveled just over the out-stretched fingertips of leaping goalkeeper Patton. The highlight-reel worthy score from approximately 28 yards out cut the Lady Vol deficit to 2-1. SC: Kayla Grimsley (Kira Campbell), 31:25 SC: Ellen Fahey (Kira Campbell), 58:39 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 77:02 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) SC - Mollie Patton (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 10 0 13 6 2

Saves 0 3 SC 6 3 6 4 3

MATCH 17: AUBURN Thurs., Oct. 21, 2010 - Auburn, Ala. AU Soccer Complex (821) Tennessee (8-8-1, 5-3-1 SEC) Auburn (9-6-2, 3-4-2 SEC)

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT F 1 1 0 0

AUBURN, Ala. - With Tennessee (8-8-1, 5-3-1 Southeastern Conference) and Auburn (9-6-2, 3-4-2 SEC) locked in a scoreless duel during the first “sudden victory” overtime on a chilly Thursday night at the AU Soccer Complex in Auburn, Ala., senior defender Tanya Emerson raced in from well behind the play at 96:27 to score her first goal of the season and defeat the Tigers, 1-0 (OT). With the triumph Tennessee held on to fourth position in the league standings and secured its 13th consecutive bid to the annual SEC Tournament to be held over Nov. 3-7 in Orange Beach, Ala. For Emerson the “golden goal” marked the second of her career, tying her in the UT record book with former Lady Vols Genna Gorman (2004-05), Kayla Lockaby (2001-04) and Kim Patrick (2001-02) for fourth all-time in the category. Junior midfielder Emily Shore delivered the crucial corner into the middle during the 97th minute that led to the score as the Gainesville, Fla., native was credited with her team-high fifth assist of 2010. Tennessee earned corners at 95:35 and 96:22 to put pressure on the Tigers in their defensive zone. On the second cross into the middle by Shore, the ball bounced out into the middle of the pitch near the top of the 18. Out of seemingly nowhere Emerson raced in and fired a low shot that beat Howard into the right corner to set off Big Orange jubilation. UT: Tanya Emerson (Emily Shore), 96:27 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (96:27) AU - Amy Howard (96:27) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 12 3 14 7 1

Saves 3 2 AU 14 2 11 9 1

MATCH 18: ALABAMA Sun., Oct. 24, 2010 - Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,434) 1 Alabama (8-7-2, 3-5-2 SEC) 0 Tennessee (9-8-1, 6-3-1 SEC) 0

2 OT 2OT F 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - For the second straight match Tennessee (9-8-1, 6-3-1 Southeastern Conference) utilized overtime to down its opponent as junior forward Emily Dowd’s “golden goal” at 104:33 ended the Big Orange’s 1-0 (2OT) victory over Alabama (8-7-2, 3-5-2 SEC) on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. With UT’s triumph over the Crimson Tide and Georgia’s 2-1 home loss to Auburn, the Lady Vols managed to edge past the Bulldogs into third place in the overall league standings in the race for seeding at the annual SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. (Nov. 3-7). Dowd’s goal was her seventh of the season, tying the Gainesville, Fla., product for the team-lead in the category with fellow junior forward Chelsea Hatcher. As a result of delivering the crucial cross into the middle that resulted in the match-winning score, Hatcher was credited with her fourth assist of the campaign, improving her squad-best point total to 18. By corralling six saves between the pipes, Tennessee redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird secured her fifth solo shutout of the year and raised her season-high shutout streak to 225:54, dating back to the second half of the match at South Carolina (Oct. 17). The Lady Vols out-shot ‘Bama, 19-16, but trailed in both shots on goal (6-5) and corner kicks (7-4). Dowd led UT with eight total shots over 93 minutes on the pitch, including a pair on frame. UT: Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 104:33 Goalkeepers ALA - Justine Bernier (104:33) UT - Molly Baird (104:33) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

ALA 16 4 9 7 2

Saves 4 6 UT 19 6 10 4 3


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 19: GEORGIA Fri., Oct. 29, 2010 -Knoxville,Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,050) Georgia (10-5-4, 5-3-3 SEC) Tennessee (10-8-1, 7-3-1 SEC)

1 1 1

2 0 1

F 1 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - For the fourth time in 2010, Tennessee (10-8-1, 7-3-1 Southeastern Conference) was forced to rally from a deficit to post a victory as sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono’s goal at 67:44 helped guide UT to a 2-1, “Senior Night” triumph over Georgia (10-5-4, 5-3-3 SEC) on a cold Friday evening at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. With its third straight victory, the Big Orange secured the No. 3 seeding in next week’s SEC Tournament (to be held over Nov. 3-7 in Orange Beach, Ala.) and will face-off against the tourney’s No. 6 seed LSU at 3:30 p.m. ET on Wed., Nov. 3rd, in the quarterfinals. During a pre-match ceremony, Tennessee honored the careers of seniors Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Tanya Emerson, Melissa Speros, Anna Fisher and Julie Edwards as well as redshirt junior Molly Delk. Tennessee out-shot the Bulldogs, 13-11, but trailed 6-5 in shots on frame. UT owned a commanding 7-1 advantage on corner kicks, however, and forced three saves by UGA goalkeeper Ashley Baker. Bono’s match-winning goal marked her fifth overall tally of the campaign while junior forward Chelsea Hatcher dead-locked the contest at the 37:16 mark by recording her team-leading eighth goal of 2010. Lady Vol freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen and sophomore forward Alexis Owens were credited with their third and second assists of the year, respectively, on Bono’s winning tally. Between the pipes Big Orange redshirt senior keeper Molly Baird made five saves in picking up her 19th career triumph. At 35:18 the Bulldogs managed to get on the scoreboard first as a pass from the right wing into the middle by Carli Shultis landed at the feet of Meghan Gibbons. She managed a slight touch on the pass, just enough in fact to barely push it past a UT defender and into a one-vs.-one situation against Baird near the right post. A quick chip beat the Lady Vol keeper from about six yards out and suddenly UGA led 1-0. Just 1:58 later Hatcher took it upon herself to even things up as a turnover in Georgia’s end was corralled by the Cincinnati, Ohio, native. She took a couple of dribbles up the right wing and unleashed a thunderous blast from the top of the 18 that ventured over the outstretched fingertips of Baker into the upper left corner to even the contest at 1-1. Off a corner kick in the 67th minute, junior Emily Shore delivered the ball across the pitch to the feet of Saarinen out on the left wing. The Espoo, Finland, native, looked quickly into the middle and chipped a pass over the traffic out front to Owens, who promptly shot from about eight yards out. The ball was stopped by Baker, but her save ricocheted directly over to Bono at the far post where the Yorba Linda, Calif., product was waiting to hammer home the eventual match-winner from just four yards out. UGA: Meghan Gibbons (Carli Shultis), 35:18 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 37:16 UT: Kylie Bono (Sanna Saarinen, Alexis Owens), 67:44 Goalkeepers UGA - Ashley Baker (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UGA 11 3 10 1 4

Saves 3 5 UT 13 5 13 7 2


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * * * * *

Aug 20 Aug 27 Aug 29 Sep 04 Sep 10 Sep 12 Sep 17 Sep 19 Sep 24 Sep 26 Oct 01 Oct 03 Oct 08 Oct 10 Oct 15 Oct 17 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 29

Opponent WESTERN KENTUCKY #14 MARYLAND RICHMOND at #1 North Carolina at #25 Arizona State vs Arizona WISCONSIN CHATTANOOGA ARKANSAS LSU VANDERBILT KENTUCKY at Mississippi State at Ole Miss at #13 Florida at #14 South Carolina at Auburn ALABAMA GEORGIA

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 10-8-1 7-3-1 3-5

W L W L L L L W W T o2 W L Wo2 W L L Wot Wo2 W

Score 3-0 1-3 2-1 2-7 2-4 1-3 0-1 8-0 2-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-1 2-4 1-2 1-0 1-0 2-1

Att. 606 1083 556 1582 487 324 1744 600 1148 480 650 1028 347 210 1272 1408 821 1434 1050

HOME 7-3-1 4-1-1 3-2 ##

Player

6 20 8 25 17 10 22 9 3 23 7 42 21 14 24 5 33 4 18 15 31 2 0

Chelsea Hatcher Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Amy Harrison Ali Hall Tori Bailey Alexis Owens Anna Fisher Tanya Emerson Grace Cuenin Ashley Owens Molly Delk Julie Edwards Melissa Speros Chelsea Kephart Lara Langworthy Hannah Hut RB Wyatt Caroline Capocaccia Molly Baird Total Opponents

TN

OPP

34-359 1.79 .095 141-359 .393 18.9 118 2 1-1

30-250 1.58 .120 111-250 .444 13.2 83 4 0-0

225 13 0

180 12 1

Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents

10379 11/944 1/324

6127 7/875

Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

Goalie 31 RB Wyatt 0 Molly Baird ##

Total Opponents

AWAY 3-4 3-2 0-2

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

gp g a 19 8 4 18 7 1 19 5 3 17 3 2 16 2 3 19 1 5 18 2 0 11 1 2 18 1 2 15 1 2 19 1 1 19 1 1 18 0 1 8 0 1 5 0 1 16 0 0 19 0 0 13 0 0 8 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 19 0 0 19 34 29 19 30 25 GP 1 19 19 19

Min. 12:42 1750:40 1763:22 1763:22

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

20 98 .082 29 .296 2 15 45 .156 17 .378 1 13 52 .096 25 .481 3 8 20 .150 8 .400 2 7 14 .143 9 .643 0 7 16 .062 4 .250 0 4 24 .083 10 .417 0 4 11 .091 2 .182 0 4 8 .125 4 .500 1 4 6 .167 5 .833 0 3 24 .042 10 .417 0 3 6 .167 3 .500 1 1 1 .000 0 .000 0 1 1 .000 1 1.000 0 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 20 .000 9 .450 0 0 5 .000 1 .200 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 97 359 .095 141 .393 10 85 250 .120 111 .444 8 GA

0 30 30 34

GAAvg Saves

0.00 1.54 1.53 1.74

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

13 19

18 11

1 0

2 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

146 191 123 116

9 10

13 1

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

44 45

34 57

3 3

0 2

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

48 42

63 41

4 0

3 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

102 119 91 85

3 2

1 2

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

0 81 81 107

Total 34 30 Total 359 250 Total 81 107 Total 118 83 Total 225 180

Pct

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

W-L-T

Sho

.000 0-0-0 .730 10-8-1 .730 10-8-1 .759 8-10-1

0 5 6 2


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee Category Leaders (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games

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Points

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots

GP

G

A

Shots

Shot%

6 20 8 25 17 10 22 9 3 23

Chelsea Hatcher Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Amy Harrison Ali Hall Tori Bailey Alexis Owens

19 18 19 17 16 19 18 11 18 15

8 7 5 3 2 1 2 1 1 1

4 1 3 2 3 5 0 2 2 2

20 15 13 8 7 7 4 4 4 4

98 45 52 20 14 16 24 11 8 6

6 8 20 7 22 5 25 10 17 9

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Anna Fisher Amy Harrison Julie Edwards Caroline Brown Emily Shore Sanna Saarinen Ali Hall

19 19 18 19 18 16 17 19 16 11

8 5 7 1 2 0 3 1 2 1

4 3 1 1 0 0 2 5 3 2

98 52 45 24 24 20 20 16 14 11

. 082 . 096 . 156 . 042 . 083 . 000 . 150 . 062 . 143 . 091

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Goals

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots on Goal

GP

G

A

Shots

SOG

SOG%

6 20 8 25 17 22 42 10 9 3

Chelsea Hatcher Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Sanna Saarinen Amy Harrison Tanya Emerson Emily Shore Ali Hall Tori Bailey

19 18 19 17 16 18 19 19 11 18

8 7 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

4 1 3 2 3 0 1 5 2 2

20 15 13 8 7 4 3 7 4 4

98 45 52 20 14 24 6 16 11 8

6 8 20 7 22 5 17 25 23 10

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Anna Fisher Amy Harrison Julie Edwards Sanna Saarinen Caroline Brown Alexis Owens Emily Shore

19 19 18 19 18 16 16 17 15 19

8 5 7 1 2 0 2 3 1 1

4 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 2 5

98 52 45 24 24 20 14 20 6 16

29 25 17 10 10 9 9 8 5 4

. 296 . 481 . 378 . 417 . 417 . 450 . 643 . 400 . 833 . 250

##

Assists

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

10 6 17 8 9 25 23 3 42 24

Emily Shore Chelsea Hatcher Sanna Saarinen Kylie Bono Ali Hall Caroline Brown Alexis Owens Tori Bailey Tanya Emerson Molly Delk

19 19 16 19 11 17 15 18 19 5

1 8 2 5 1 3 1 1 1 0

5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1

7 20 7 13 4 8 4 4 3 1

16 98 14 52 11 20 6 8 6 0

8 25 6 3 20 42

Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Chelsea Hatcher Tori Bailey Emily Dowd Tanya Emerson

19 17 19 18 18 19

3 2 2 1 1 1


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games Tennessee - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

25 10 8 3 3 9 4 43 29 24 13 9 8 11 11 20 17

vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) at Ole Miss (Oct 10) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Arkansas (Sep 24) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at Arizona State (Sep 10) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Ole Miss (Oct 10) vs Kentucky (Oct 03) vs Wisconsin (Sep 17) at Florida (Oct 15) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

21 13 7 4 4 7 5 26 25 15 13 16 12 12 9 18 16

at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Florida (Oct 15) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Florida (Oct 15) at Arizona State (Sep 10) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Florida (Oct 15) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Arizona State (Sep 10) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Arizona State (Sep 10) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Auburn (Oct 21) vs Wisconsin (Sep 17) at Florida (Oct 15)


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games

Tennessee - GAME LOWS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

CORNER KICKS FOULS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 1 3 3 3 3 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 4 4

vs Wisconsin (Sep 17) vs Kentucky (Oct 03) vs Wisconsin (Sep 17) vs Kentucky (Oct 03) vs Maryland (Aug 27) at North Carolina (Sep 04) vs Wisconsin (Sep 17) vs Kentucky (Oct 03) at South Carolina (Oct 17) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Arizona State (Sep 10) vs Maryland (Aug 27) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Arizona State (Sep 10) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at Auburn (Oct 21) at South Carolina (Oct 17) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at Florida (Oct 15) at North Carolina (Sep 04) vs Maryland (Aug 27) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Arkansas (Sep 24)


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games

Opponent - GAME LOWS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS

SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

CORNER KICKS

FOULS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 6 2 2 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 6 6 6

vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at Auburn (Oct 21) vs Alabama (Oct 24) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at Auburn (Oct 21) vs Alabama (Oct 24) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Arkansas (Sep 24) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at Auburn (Oct 21) vs Alabama (Oct 24) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) at South Carolina (Oct 17) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) at South Carolina (Oct 17) vs Maryland (Aug 27) at North Carolina (Sep 04) at Arizona State (Sep 10) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) at Mississippi State (Oct 08) at Ole Miss (Oct 10) vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) vs Richmond (Aug 29) at South Carolina (Oct 17)


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 01, 2010) All games Tennessee - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

5 5 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 5 5 9 8

Kylie Bono vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Sanna Saarinen vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Chelsea Hatcher at Florida (Oct 15) Sanna Saarinen vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Emily Dowd vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Kylie Bono vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Emily Dowd at Arizona State (Sep 10) Alexis Owens vs Georgia (Oct 29) Sanna Saarinen vs Georgia (Oct 29) Chelsea Hatcher vs Alabama (Oct 24) Emily Shore at Auburn (Oct 21) Emily Dowd at Florida (Oct 15) Kylie Bono at Ole Miss (Oct 10) Tanya Emerson at Mississippi State (Oct 08) Emily Shore at Mississippi State (Oct 08) Emily Shore vs Vanderbilt (Oct 01) Ali Hall vs LSU (Sep 26) Anna Fisher vs Arkansas (Sep 24) Emily Shore vs Arkansas (Sep 24) Caroline Brown vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Kylie Bono vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Molly Delk vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Ali Hall vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Ashley Owens vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Alexis Owens vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Chelsea Hatcher vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Emily Shore vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Sanna Saarinen vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Sanna Saarinen vs Arizona (Sep 12) Chelsea Hatcher at Arizona State (Sep 10) Caroline Brown at Arizona State (Sep 10) Tori Bailey vs Richmond (Aug 29) Chelsea Hatcher vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) Grace Cuenin vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) Kylie Bono vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) Tori Bailey vs Western Kentucky (Aug 20) Chelsea Hatcher at Mississippi State (Oct 08) Chelsea Hatcher vs Arkansas (Sep 24) Chelsea Hatcher at Mississippi State (Oct 08) Sanna Saarinen vs Chattanooga (Sep 19) Molly Baird at Arizona State (Sep 10) Molly Baird at North Carolina (Sep 04)


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 01, 2010) Conference games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date * * * * * * * * * * *

Sep 24 Sep 26 Oct 01 Oct 03 Oct 08 Oct 10 Oct 15 Oct 17 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 29

Opponent ARKANSAS LSU VANDERBILT KENTUCKY at Mississippi State at Ole Miss at #13 Florida at #14 South Carolina at Auburn ALABAMA GEORGIA

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 7-3-1 7-3-1 0-0

W T o2 W L Wo2 W L L Wot Wo2 W

Score 2-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-1 2-4 1-2 1-0 1-0 2-1

Att. 1148 480 650 1028 347 210 1272 1408 821 1434 1050

TN

OPP

15-206 1.36 .073 74-206 .359 18.7 77 2 0-0

11-138 1.00 .080 56-138 .406 12.5 51 1 0-0

133 7 0

107 7 0

5790 6/965 0/0

4058 5/812

HOME 4-1-1 4-1-1 0-0 ##

Player

6 8 20 25 10 42 22 7 9 23 17 5 33 4 21 18 3 24 15 14

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Caroline Brown Emily Shore Tanya Emerson Amy Harrison Anna Fisher Ali Hall Alexis Owens Sanna Saarinen Julie Edwards Melissa Speros Chelsea Kephart Grace Cuenin Lara Langworthy Tori Bailey Molly Delk Hannah Hut Ashley Owens Total Opponents

##

Goalie

0

Molly Baird Total Opponents

AWAY 3-2 3-2 0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 11 5 1 11 3 1 11 2 1 9 2 0 11 0 4 11 1 1 11 1 0 11 0 1 3 0 1 7 0 1 9 0 1 11 0 0 11 0 0 11 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 11 15 12 11 11 12 GP 11 11 11

Min. 1043:22 1043:22 1043:22

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

11 61 .082 7 34 .088 5 33 .061 4 9 .222 4 9 .000 3 3 .333 2 20 .050 1 11 .000 1 3 .000 1 1 .000 1 1 .000 0 11 .000 0 4 .000 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 42 206 .073 34 138 .080 GA

11 11 15

17 .279 17 .500 9 .273 5 .556 2 .222 1 .333 7 .350 6 .545 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 5 .455 1 .250 0 .000 0 .000 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 74 .359 56 .406

GAAvg Saves

0.95 0.95 1.29

Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

5 8

7 3

1 0

2 0

Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

75 109 59 68

9 10

13 1

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

21 25

21 29

3 3

0 2

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

32 24

38 27

4 0

3 0

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

58 54

71 49

3 2

1 2

1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

45 .804 45 .804 59 .797

7-3-1 7-3-1 3-7-1

4 4 1

Total 15 11 Total 206 138 Total 45 59 Total 77 51 Total 133 107


2010 Tennessee Lady Volunteer Soccer Tennessee Category Leaders (as of Nov 01, 2010) Conference games

##

Points

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots

GP

G

A

Shots

Shot%

6 8 20 25 10 42 22 7 9 23

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Caroline Brown Emily Shore Tanya Emerson Amy Harrison Anna Fisher Ali Hall Alexis Owens

11 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 3 7

5 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

1 1 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 1

11 7 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 1

61 34 33 9 9 3 20 11 3 1

6 8 20 22 7 5 25 10 33 42

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Amy Harrison Anna Fisher Julie Edwards Caroline Brown Emily Shore Melissa Speros Tanya Emerson

11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 11

5 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1

1 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 1

61 34 33 20 11 11 9 9 4 3

. 082 . 088 . 061 . 050 . 000 . 000 . 222 . 000 . 000 . 333

##

Goals

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots on Goal

GP

G

A

Shots

SOG

SOG%

6 8 20 25 42 22 TM

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Caroline Brown Tanya Emerson Amy Harrison TEAM

11 11 11 9 11 11 10

5 3 2 2 1 1 1

1 1 1 0 1 0 0

11 7 5 4 3 2 2

61 34 33 9 3 20 0

##

Assists

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

10 6 7 9 23 17 42 8 20

Emily Shore Chelsea Hatcher Anna Fisher Ali Hall Alexis Owens Sanna Saarinen Tanya Emerson Kylie Bono Emily Dowd

11 11 11 3 7 9 11 11 11

0 5 0 0 0 0 1 3 2

4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 11 1 1 1 1 3 7 5

9 61 11 3 1 1 3 34 33

6 8 20 22 7 5 25 10 33 42

Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Amy Harrison Anna Fisher Julie Edwards Caroline Brown Emily Shore Melissa Speros Tanya Emerson

11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 11

5 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1

1 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 1

61 34 33 20 11 11 9 9 4 3

17 17 9 7 6 5 5 2 1 1

. 279 . 500 . 273 . 350 . 545 . 455 . 556 . 222 . 250 . 333

##

Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

25 8 20 42 6

Caroline Brown Kylie Bono Emily Dowd Tanya Emerson Chelsea Hatcher

9 11 11 11 11

2 2 1 1 1


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER TORI BAILEY -- Freshman -- Midfielder -- Fenton, Mich.

Currently tied for fifth on the the Lady Vol squad with two assists and has started nine of her first 18 matches at UT in the midfield or up top...Was credited with a shot on goal in 15 minutes of playing time in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Drew action as a sub in the overtime wins over Auburn (10/21) and Alabama (10/24)...Played 16 minutes as a sub against Vanderbilt (10/1) and eight minutes versus Kentucky (10/3)...After assisting on Alexis Owens’ tying goal against Richmond (8/29), Bailey launched a shot from approximately 22 yards out that hit the left post and then the surprised keeper’s head before bouncing into the twine at 68:23 for her first career match-winning goal...Was tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team for her efforts against #12 Maryland and Richmond...Posted her first career helper and point on Chelsea Hatcher’s goal just 3:33 into the WKU contest...Her first match at Tennessee also proved to be her first career collegiate start during the season opening 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20).

MOLLY BAIRD -- RS-Senior -- Goalkeeper -- Raleigh, N.C.

Has drawn 1750 of 1763 available minutes for UT between the pipes in 2010...Posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina and over both OT wins against Auburn and Alabama, before giving up a goal at 35:18 in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week (10/25) after posting consecutive overtime shutouts of Auburn (10/21) and Alabama (10/24)...Made 13 total saves in victories at Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10) and registered her third solo shutout of the year at MSU...Picked up her second solo shutout of the season by making a pair of saves in Tennessee’s 1-0 victory over in-state rival Vanderbilt (10/1)...Combined with redshirt freshman RB Wyatt in posting a shutout of Chattanooga (9/19)... Recorded five saves in matches against both Arkansas (9/24) and LSU (9/26)...Made five stops in the tough-luck, 1-0 loss to Wisconsin (9/17)...Was forced to stop nine shots in UT’s 4-2 loss at #24 Arizona State (9/10), one off her career-high of 10 saves set last year at nationally-ranked West Virginia...Suffered through a tough day at #1 North Carolina, making eight saves, but also permitting seven goals during UT’s 7-2 defeat...Made a huge stop to deny a last minute, potential match-tying Richmond scoring chance on a breakaway with 1:05 left in regulation, diving fully-extended to her left and getting just enough fingertip on the ball to deflect Kat Russell’s shot off the crossbar...Was tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team after rebounding from a 3-1 loss to #12 Maryland (8/27) to make three saves in downing Richmond, 2-1 (8/29)...Picked up her eighth career shutout by making a pair of stops during UT’s season-opening 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20).

KYLIE BONO -- Sophomore -- Midfielder -- Yorba Linda, Calif.

Has started all 19 of UT’s matches in 2010 in the midfield and fired 52 total shots, 25 on frame...Picked up her third match-winning goal of the season and fifth score overall by tickling the twine from four yards out at 67:44 to beat Georgia (10/29), 2-1...Recorded three shots, including one on frame, at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)...With an assist (her third of 2010) on Caroline Brown’s eventual match-winner at Ole Miss, Bono made it 10 points over Tennessee’s last seven matches...Hit the crossbar with a first half shot at Ole Miss (10/10)...Made it four goals over a four-match stretch (Chattanooga, Arkansas, LSU, Vanderbilt) and registered her second matchwinning goal of the campaign by scoring via a header off a corner kick to the back post at 82:04 to down Vanderbilt (10/1), 1-0...Ws named Lady Vol Athlete of the Week for her heroics against the Commodores...Scored her third goal of 2010 off a header at 16:41 to tie the match against Arkansas (9/24), her third goal over a two-match stretch for the Lady Vols...Registered her first two career goals to go along with an assist during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), only missing a hat trick because of hitting the crossbar twice in the first half...Bono equaled Sanna Saarinen with five points versus the Lady Mocs on the way to posting the first five-point matches for any Lady Vol since Emily Redberg performed the feat back on Oct. 21, 2007, versus Mississippi State...Launched three shots, including one on goal, during UT’s 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12)...Recorded her first career assist and point on Anna Fisher’s goal at 21:11 of the season-opening, 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20).

CAROLINE BROWN -- Freshman -- Midfielder -- Hershey, Pa.

Has totaled 783 minutes of playing time while seeing action in the midfield in 17 matches in a Tennessee uniform with one start versus #24 Arizona State (9/10)...Drew 39 minutes of action in the midfield during the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Was chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week for her heroics at Mississippi State (10/8) and at Ole Miss (10/10), despite not starting either contest... Made it two match-winning goals in a row by scoring at 23:06 to break a tie during the Big Orange’s 3-1 triumph at Ole Miss (10/10)... Scored her first career SEC goal and, in the process, her initial “golden goal” at 102:22 of UT’s 1-0 (2OT) win at Mississippi State (10/8)...Played 11 minutes as a sub against Kentucky (10/3)...Recorded an assist on Emily Dowd’s second goal during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Was credited with her first career assist on Emily Dowd’s goal at 23:18 of the match at #24 ASU...Drew her first collegiate action as a sub and scored her first career goal at 69:42 during the season opening 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20).

CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA -- Freshman -- Defender -- Memphis,Tenn.

Saw the first playing time of her career in the Orange & White by drawing 13 minutes on defense in the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19).

GRACE CUENIN -- Senior -- Defender -- Midlothian,Va.

Has played the most minutes (1661 of a possible 1763) of any Tennessee field position player so far during the 2010 campaign, doing so in the defensive backline...Was a key cog in a defense that posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina through the OT wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24) and into the first half of the triumph over Georgia (10/29)...One of four Lady Vols (Molly Baird, Chelsea Kephart,Tanya Emerson) to play all 192 possible minutes during wins over Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10)...Was credited with an assist on her 40-yard free kick that eventually resulted in Caroline Brown’s goal at 69:42 during the 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20).


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER MOLLY DELK -- RS-Junior -- Defender -- Cookeville,Tenn.

A late addition, Delk was added to the roster prior to the match against Wisconsin (9/17)...Started in the back and played 32 minutes during the 2-1 SEC-opening triumph over Arkansas (9/24)...Was credited with her first career assist off a long feed into the 18-yard box that was headed home by Sanna Saarinen at 64:29 versus Chattanooga (9/19)...Played 68 minutes versus the Badgers in her first action as a Lady Vol since the 2008 campaign...Redshirted at Tennessee in 2007 and saw action in 12 matches for UT (eight starts) during the 2008 season.

EMILY DOWD -- Junior -- Forward -- Gainesville, Fla.

Currently second on the team in goals with seven (a career high for a single season for Dowd) on 45 total shots, 17 shots on frame...Tallied her first career “golden goal” at 104:33 from about six yards out in the middle to down Alabama (10/24), 1-0 (2OT)...Hit the left upright with a shot from 14 yards out on the right wing during the 40th minute of the eventual overtime triumph at Auburn (10/21)...Picked up her first assist of the 2010 campaign by delivering the pass to Chelsea Hatcher that led to Tennessee’s first goal at #13/12 Florida (10/15)...Sealed the Lady Vols’ 3-1 win at Ole Miss (10/10) by scoring from a sharp angle near the left end line at 87:51... Fired two shots in 75 minutes of time as a sub in the 1-0 win over Vanderbilt (10/1)...Scored twice over a 3:51 stretch during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), missing a hat trick late only because her 87th minute shot rolled about a foot wide left of the post...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team...Posted the first two-goal match of her career and the first for Tennessee since Mick Imgram during the 2009 campaign during UT’s 4-2 loss at #24 Arizona State (9/10)...Started at forward and played 73 minutes at #1 North Carolina (9/4), drawing the foul that led to Emily Shore’s second-half penalty kick to get UT on the scoreboard at 61:03 versus the Tar Heels...Drew the start up top against #12 Maryland (8/27) and made her 83 minutes of action count by scoring an unassisted goal (her first of 2010) at 23:56 to cut UT’s deficit against the Terrapins to 2-1.

JULIE EDWARDS -- Senior -- Midfielder -- Glenmoore, Pa.

Has seen 396 total minutes of playing time as a substitute in 16 contests thus far for Tennessee in 2010...Played 20 minutes in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Fired two shots in 45 minutes as a starting forward during UT’s 1-0 (OT) win at Auburn (10/21)...Was credited with a shot on goal in just 18 total minutes of action live on ESPNU at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)...Played 33 total minutes and totaled a shot in the 3-1 victory over Ole Miss (10/10)...Drew 37 minutes as a sub against Vanderbilt (10/1) and 41 minutes versus Kentucky (10/3)...Was credited with two shots on goal in just 15 minutes of playing time as a sub during the 2-1, SEC-opening triumph over Arkansas (9/24)...Registered a shot on goal in 31 minutes of playing time during the 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12).

TANYA EMERSON -- Senior -- Midfielder -- Capistrano Beach, Calif.

Has started all 19 matches and played 1649 of 1763 possible for Tennessee in the midfield in 2010...Was a key cog in a defense that posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina through the OT wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24) and into the first half of the triumph over Georgia (10/29)...Came through in the clutch with her second career “golden goal” and first score of the season at 96:27 to down Auburn (10/21) on “The Plains,” 1-0 (OT)...Emerson raced in from behind the play to blast her goal home from the top of the 18 versus AU...Registered a shot while playing every available minute in the backline at #13/12 Florida (10/15)...One of four Lady Vols (Molly Baird, Chelsea Kephart, Grace Cuenin) to play all 192 possible minutes during wins over Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10)...Picked up her first assist of 2010 by teaming with Emily Shore and Caroline Brown on the “golden goal” at 102:22 of the match at Mississippi State (10/8)...Played all 200 total minutes in SEC matches versus Arkansas (W, 2-1, 9/24) and LSU (T, 1-1 2OT, 9/26) and all 180 minutes against Vanderbilt (W, 1-0, 10/1) and Kentucky (L, 0-1, 10/3)... Broke up a potential Western Kentucky breakaway attempt early in the 3-0 rout (8/20).

ANNA FISHER -- Senior -- Forward -- Franklin,Tenn.

Has started 14 of 19 contests for Tennessee at forward this season (907 of 1763 possible minutes), firing off 24 total shots including 10 on frame...Tallied one shot on frame in 39 minutes in the win over Georgia (10/29)...Registered four shots, two on goal, in 56 minutes as a sub during UT’s 1-0 (2OT) win at Mississippi State (10/8)...Headed a corner kick to the left post where Kylie Bono scored to tie Arkansas (9/24) at 16:41, marking Fisher’s second career helper and first assist of 2010...Credited with a shot on goal during the 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12)...Missed wide right of frame on a promising volley just a minute into the match at #1 North Carolina (9/4), one of her two shots in the match against the Tar Heels...Scored her first goal of the year from 14 yards out off a feed from teammate Kylie Bono at 21:11 of the season-opening, 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20)...Also hit the crossbar with a shot versus WKU... Returns this season after suffering a broken leg in a match at Arkansas in 2009.

ALI HALL -- Sophomore -- Defender -- Hawthorn Woods, Ill.

Has started 10 of 11 matches, played 873 of 1673 possible minutes and totaled 11 shots for Tennessee in the defensive backline in 2010...Did not play against Auburn, Alabama or Georgia, on the trip through Mississippi or the jaunt to Florida and South Carolina while dealing with a foot injury...Her header off the crossbar against LSU was finished off on the rebound by Amy Harrison at 18:59 of the 1-1, 2OT tie versus LSU (9/26), marking Hall’s second assist of the season...Tallied three points by recording the first goal of her career off a header at 30:05 and also assisting on Kylie Bono’s first score (17:48) during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Hit the right post with a header early in the second half of the 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20).

AMY HARRISON -- Sophomore -- Midfielder -- Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Has played 1328 minutes while starting 15 of 18 Tennessee matches in the midfield in 2010...Only played 10 minutes against Georgia (10/29) before coming off the pitch with a lingering injury...With Tennessee trailing 4-2 in the second half at #13/12 Florida (10/15), Harrison launched a header that was going in the upper right corner of the net at 72:35 but was saved at the last second by a leaping UF defender...Totaled three shots, including one on goal, in 86 minutes during the 1-0 victory over Vanderbilt (10/1)...Scored for the


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER second time in three matches by tickling the twine at 18:59 of the 1-1, 2OT deadlock against LSU (9/26), her fourth career score... Found paydirt for the first time in 2010 from six yards out at 39:17 off a feed from Alexis Owens during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Appeared to score off a rebound of Ali Hall’s second half header versus Western Kentucky (8/20), but was rulled offside.

CHELSEA HATCHER -- Junior -- Forward -- Cincinnati, Ohio

Currently guides the Big Orange in goals (eight) and points (20) and is second in assists (four)...Scored another remarkable goal with a running shot from the top of the 18 that bent into the upper left corner at 37:16 to deadlock the match versus Georgia (10/29)...Delivered the crucial cross for an assist to Dowd in the 105th minute that led to the “golden goal” to beat Alabama (10/24), 1-0 (2OT)...Hit the crossbar from seven yards out with a running volley during the 74th minute against Alabama (10/24)...Posted an outstanding individual weekend during the road trip to battle #13/12 Florida (10/15) and #14/13 South Carolina (10/17), scoring twice against the Gators (her first career two-goal match) and once versus the Gamecocks to take over the team lead in scores with seven tallies...Versus UF and SC, Hatcher scored three times on just four shots on goal, a 75% conversion percentage on shots on frame...Her score at South Carolina was incredible as Hatcher battled two Gamecock defenders for space before blasting a left-footed shot from 28 yards out on the left wing into the upper right corner in the 78th minute...Launched 10 shots, including five on frame at Mississippi State (10/8) and hit the crossbar with an effort in the 25th minute at Ole Miss (10/10), one of her six total shots versus the Rebels... Totaled a team-high six shots, one on frame, in 75 minutes at forward against Kentucky (10/3)...Picked up her first career selection as the Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week for her heroics in the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24), scoring her third career match-winning goal with just 2:48 left on the clock...With time running short in regulation play against the Razorbacks, Hatcher fired off one of her team-high 10 shots in the match, just beating keeper Britni Williams inside the right post from about 22 yards out on the right wing...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team...Picked up her team-best third assist of 2010 on Ali Hall’s goal at 30:05 of the 8-0 victory over Chattanooga (9/19)...Tallied her then team-high-tying third goal of 2010 at 87:56 of the contest versus Arizona (9/12), tickling the twine from out front off Sanna Saarinen’s first career assist...Scored on a long, deflected shot from 35 yards out at 77:26 to cut UT’s deficit against #1 North Carolina (9/4) to 5-2...Was tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic AllTournament Team after totaling 10 shots (one on frame) over consecutive starts against #12 Maryland and Richmond...Looked to have scored against Richmond during the 23rd minute but was ruled offside by the linesman...With UT down 2-1 to the nationally-ranked Terrapins late in the first half, Hatcher hit the crossbar with a potential match-tying drive...Totaled a team-high six shots and totaled both her first goal and assist of the year during the season-opening, 3-0 victory over Western Kentucky (8/20)...Was chosen as one of 15 players to the 2010 Preseason All-Southeastern Conference squad.

HANNAH HUT -- Junior -- Defender -- Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Was summoned in to play 40 minutes in the back at #13/12 Florida (10/15) and 21 minutes at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)... Played 16 minutes as a sub during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Drew her first action of 2010 as a substitute for 12 minutes in the 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12).

CHELSEA KEPHART -- Junior -- Midfielder -- Cumming, Ga. -- Transfer from Ga. Southern

Was a key cog in a defense that posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina through the OT wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24) and into the first half of the triumph over Georgia (10/29)...One of four Lady Vols (Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin,Tanya Emerson) to play all 192 possible minutes during wins over Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10)...Started and played all 90 minutes at defender in the matches against Vanderbilt (10/1) and Kentucky (10/3)...Subbed in the back for 28 minutes of action in the 1-1 (2OT) tie versus LSU (9/26)...Picked up her first career start at Tennessee during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24), drawing 22 minutes of playing time at defender...Played 35 minutes as a substitute during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Tallied 52 minutes as a sub against Arizona (9/12) in her first action wearing a UT uniform...Transferred to Tennessee after playing two seasons at Georgia Southern.

LARA LANGWORTHY -- Junior -- Midfielder -- Murfreesboro,Tenn.

Played 37 minutes as a sub in the 1-0 loss to Kentucky (10/3)...Registered her first start of the season during the 1-1, 2OT tie against LSU (9/26), contributing 18 minutes...Totaled 66 minutes of combined playing time in the midfield for Tennessee during matches against Western Kentucky (12 min.-8/20), at #1 North Carolina (two min.-9/4) versus Arizona (24 min.-9/12) and against Chattanooga (28 min.-9/19)

ALEXIS OWENS -- Sophomore -- Forward -- Carmel, Ind.

Has drawn playing time in 15 of Tennessee’s contests in 2010 with two starts (in the midfield) versus #1 North Carolina (9/4) and at forward vs. Kentucky (10/3)...Picked up her second assist of the year on Kylie Bono’s winning score at 67:44 during the 2-1 victory over Georgia (10/29)...Played 25 minutes in the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24) and 19 minutes during the 1-1, 2OT tie against LSU (9/26)...Picked up her first career point off an assist on Amy Harrison’s goal at 39:17 of the 8-0 victory over Chattanooga (9/19)... Appeared to have scored the equalizer at 81:27 of the eventual 1-0 loss to Wisconsin (9/17), but was called offside on the play...Came through with the match-tying goal (her first of 2010) off a feed from freshman teammate Tori Bailey at 57:31 to start UT’s 2-1 comeback victory over Richmond during the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic.

ASHLEY OWENS -- RS-Junior -- Forward -- Murrieta, Calif.

Has totaled 107 combined minutes of playing time as a sub in matches versus Western Kentucky (8/20), at #1 North Carolina (9/4), during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), in the 1-1 (2OT) tie against LSU (9/26), in the win over Mississippi State (10/8), in the overtime victories over Auburn (10/21) and Alabama (10/24) and versus Georgia (10/29)...Garnered her first career point via an assist on Sanna Saarinen’s first goal (38:10) during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga.


2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCER JESSICA ROLFS -- RS-Freshman -- Goalkeeper -- Normal, Ill.

Suffered a broken left arm during training and has yet to see playing time during the 2010 season for the Lady Vols.

SANNA SAARINEN -- Freshman -- Midfielder -- Espoo, Finland

Has played in 16 of Tennessee’s contests (with two starts vs. Arizona - 9/12 & vs. Vanderbilt - 10/1) while firing 14 shots, nine on frame...Delivered the key assist (her third of 2010) in from the left wing that resulted in Kylie Bono’s winning goal at 67:44 during UT’s 2-1 victory over Georgia (10/29)...Drew 52 minutes of action as a sub in the midfield during UT’s 1-0 (2OT) win over Alabama (10/24), firing one shot...Received 30 total minutes of playing time during the trip through Mississippi (10/8-10)...Started and played 34 minutes at forward in the 1-0 win over Vanderbilt (10/1)...Played 43 minutes against Arkansas (9/24) in her first career SEC action and 17 versus LSU (9/26) both as a sub in the midfield...Scored her first two career goals and dished an assist during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Saarinen equaled Kylie Bono with five points versus the Lady Mocs on the way to posting the first five-point matches for any Lady Vol since Emily Redberg performed the feat back on Oct. 21, 2007, versus Mississippi State...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team after registering her first career assist and point on Chelsea Hatcher’s goal at 87:56 of the match against Arizona...Was stopped on a sliding save in a one-vs.-one situation with the keeper late in the 2-1 win over Richmond (8/29)...Drew her first collegiate action as a sub during the season opening 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20)...Is Tennessee’s first soccer player to hail from Finland.

EMILY SHORE -- Junior -- Midfielder -- Gainesville, Fla.

Has started 18 of UT’s 19 matches in the midfield so far during 2010...Played all 90 minutes in the midfield during the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Added to her team lead in assists by recording her fifth of the season on Tanya Emerson’s “golden goal” at 96:27 of the first overtime in UT’s 1-0 (OT) win at Auburn (10/21)...After receiving a pass from Tanya Emerson, delivered a perfect ball over the Mississippi State backline to Caroline Brown allowing the freshman the chance to score the “golden goal” at 102:22 to down the Bulldogs, Shore’s team-best fourth assist of the year...As Tennessee’s usual corner kick taker in 2010, Shore delivered another perfect cross to the back post (for her third assist of the year) where Bono headed it home at 82:04 to down Vanderbilt (10/1), 1-0...Picked up her second assist of the season and over a two-match stretch by taking the corner that led to Kylie Bono’s tying goal at 16:41 during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24)...Was credited with an assist on Bono’s opening goal at 17:48 during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Scored her first career goal on a penalty kick at 61:03 of the match while playing 29 minutes as a midfield substitute at #1 North Carolina (9/4).

MELISSA SPEROS -- Senior -- Defender -- Lancaster, Pa.

Has started 12 of 19 matches for UT in 2010, drawing 1233 minutes of playing time...Was a key cog in a defense that posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina through the OT wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24) and into the first half of the triumph over Georgia (10/29)...Received 180 minutes, including all 102 at Mississippi State (10/8), of playing time during the trip through Mississippi...Played all 180 possible minutes in the backline during matches against Vanderbilt (10/1) and Kentucky (10/3)...Has played in the back during all 12 of Tennessee’s matches this season (643 total minutes) with five starts...Started and played 93 of 110 possible minutes at defender during the 1-1 (2OT) tie against LSU (9/26)...Drew a start and played all 90 minutes while registering a shot in UT’s 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20).

RB WYATT -- RS-Freshman -- Goalkeeper -- Aiken, S.C.

Received 13 minutes of action between the pipes during the second half of the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), combining with Molly Baird on the shutout.


Individual Career History Tori Bailey Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

18 18

687 687

1 1

2 2

Pts Shots

4 4

8 8

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.125 .125

4 4

.500 .500

1 1

0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

-

-

-

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Molly Baird Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2006 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

1 52 1 23 20 1828 19 1750 41 3653

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots

Season

GP

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2006 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

1 1 20 19 41

51:37 23:17 1893:16 1750:40 3718:50

0 0 24 30 54

0.00 0.00 1.14 1.54 1.31

2 0 101 81 184

1.000 .000 .808 .730 .773

1 0 8 10 19

0 0 9 8 17

0 0 3 1 4

0 0 7 5 12

0 0 0 0 0

-

Kylie Bono Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

16 507 19 1564 35 2071

0 5 5

0 3 3

Pts Shots

0 13 13

8 52 60

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .096 .083

1 25 26

.125 .481 .433

0 3 3

0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.150 .150

8 8

.400 .400

2 2

0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

-

-

-

0 0

0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .125 .000 -

2 2 -

.400 .250 -

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Caroline Brown Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

17 17

783 783

3 3

2 2

Pts Shots

8 8

20 20

Caroline Capocaccia Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

1 1

13 13

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

-

Grace Cuenin Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

7 102 20 1661 16 991 18 1661 61 4415

0 1 0 0 1

0 1 0 1 2

Pts Shots

0 3 0 1 4

5 8 1 -


Individual Career History Molly Delk Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2010 TOTAL

12 5 17

579 203 782

0 0 0

0 1 1

Pts Shots

0 1 1

2 -

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 -

1 -

.500 -

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.037 .056 .156 .093

8 11 17 36

.296 .306 .378 .333

0 0 1 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.125 .095 .143 .000 .071

3 13 4 9 29

.375 .619 .571 .450 .518

1 2 0 0 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.211 .091 .000 .167 .136

9 6 5 3 23

.474 .545 .625 .500 .523

2 0 0 1 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .077 .000 .042 .047

2 4 10 -

.400 .308 .417 -

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .091 .036

3 2 5

.176 .182 .179

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.087 .083 .085

8 10 18

.348 .417 .383

2 0 2

0-0 0-0 0-0

Emily Dowd Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

21 910 20 1162 18 1193 59 3265

1 2 7 10

1 3 1 5

Pts Shots

3 7 15 25

27 36 45 108

Julie Edwards Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

15 577 23 1519 12 484 16 396 66 2976

1 2 1 0 4

1 1 1 0 3

Pts Shots

3 5 3 0 11

8 21 7 20 56

Tanya Emerson Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

22 22 16 19 79

1783 1419 797 1649 5648

4 1 0 1 6

3 2 0 1 6

Pts Shots

11 4 0 3 18

19 11 8 6 44

Anna Fisher Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

13 183 20 754 3 38 19 907 55 1882

0 1 0 1 2

0 1 0 1 2

Pts Shots

0 3 0 3 6

5 13 1 24 43

Ali Hall Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

19 1240 11 873 30 2113

0 1 1

2 2 4

Pts Shots

2 4 6

17 11 28

Amy Harrison Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

20 1621 18 1328 38 2949

2 2 4

4 0 4

Pts Shots

8 4 12

23 24 47


Individual Career History Chelsea Hatcher Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

21 17 19 57

1204 1257 1454 3915

0 3 8 11

1 1 4 6

Pts Shots

1 7 20 28

43 76 98 217

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .039 .082 .051

14 21 29 64

.326 .276 .296 .295

0 1 2 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000 -

1 -

.500 -

0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000

1 1

.250 .250

0 0

0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000 .000 .000

1 3 2 6

.250 .300 .667 .353

0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .167 .125

1 5 6

.500 .833 .750

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000 -

1 1 -

.333 1.000 -

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Hannah Hut Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

20 1257 14 863 4 89 38 2209

0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1

Pts Shots

1 0 0 1

2 1 -

Chelsea Kephart Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

13 13

935 935

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

4 4

Lara Langworthy Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

16 413 19 1070 8 142 43 1625

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

Pts Shots

0 1 0 1

4 10 3 17

Alexis Owens Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

18 15 33

530 352 882

0 1 1

0 2 2

Pts Shots

0 4 4

2 6 8

Ashley Owens Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

12 8 20

188 107 295

0 0 0

0 1 1

Pts Shots

0 1 1

3 1 -

Jessica Rolfs


Individual Career History Sanna Saarinen Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

16 16

573 573

2 2

3 3

Pts Shots

7 7

14 14

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.143 .143

9 9

.643 .643

0 0

0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000 .062 .026

2 2 4 8

.400 .118 .250 .211

0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

1 1 1 -

.500 .167 .200 -

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

-

-

-

0 0

0-0 0-0

Emily Shore Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

19 868 19 1167 19 1442 57 3477

0 0 1 1

0 1 5 6

Pts Shots

0 1 7 8

5 17 16 38

Melissa Speros Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

22 22 20 19 83

1596 1582 1694 1233 6105

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots

0 0 0 0 0

2 1 6 5 14

RB Wyatt Season

GP

Min.

G

A

2010 TOTAL

1 1

13 13

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

Season

GP

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2010 TOTAL

1 1

12:42 12:42

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

-

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