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2010 Golden Bears Record Book


2010 Golden Bear Soccer Cal Quick Facts University Information

Coaching Staff

Location......................................................................Berkeley, CA Founded................................................................................. 1868 Enrollment........................................................................... 33,000 Nickname................................................................. Golden Bears Colors.....................................................Blue (282) and Gold (123) Affiliation................................................................ NCAA Division I Conference..................................................................... Pacific-10 Chancellor.......................................................... Robert Birgeneau Director of Athletics................................................ Sandy Barbour Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director/W-Soccer........................... Foti Mellis Faculty Representative............................................. Jesse Choper Ticket Office Phone.............................................. 800-GO-BEARS Official Web Site..............................................www.CalBears.com

Head Coach...............................................................Neil McGuire Alma Mater, Year............................................Augusta State, 1997 Record at Cal................................................. 36-23-3 (3 seasons) Career Record.......................................... 104-99-12 (11 seasons) Office Fax.................................................................510-643-2536 Associate Head Coach.............................................. Kelly Lindsey .....................................................2nd season (Notre Dame, 2001) Assistant Coach....................................................... Libby Bassett ....................................................... 2nd season (San Diego, 2005)

Program History Inaugural Season.................................................................... 1982 All-time Record.............................................................328-157-47 NCAA Appearances................................................................... 16 Last NCAA Appearance................................2009 (Second round)

Media Relations Assist. AD/Media Relations................................... Herb Benenson W-Soc Contact............................................ Anna Oleson-Wheeler Office Phone.............................................................510-643-5846 Office Fax.................................................................510-643-7778 Email........................................................aowheeler@berkeley.edu Mailing Address................ 349 Haas Pavilion; Berkeley, CA 94720 Press Box Phone.................................................................... none

Team Information 2008 Overall Record.............................................................11-9-1 Home......................................................................................... 7-4 Away.......................................................................................3-5-1 Neutral....................................................................................... 1-0 2008 Pac-10 Record (finish)............................................ 4-5 (T6th) Pac-10 Home............................................................................ 2-2 Pac-10 Away............................................................................. 2-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................................................. 17/9 Starters Returning/Lost............................................................. 7/4 Roster Breakdown (Sr/Jr/So/Fr)....................................... 4/7/7/10 Facility....................................... Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field Capacity.............................................................................. 22,000 Surface...................................................................... Natural grass

2010 Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Fri., Aug. 13 Fri., Aug. 20 Sun., Aug. 22 Fri., Aug. 27 Cal Invitational! Fri., Sept. 3 Sun., Sept. 5 Sun., Sept. 12 Fri., Sept.17 Sun., Sept. 19 Thur., Sept. 23 Sat., Oct. 2 Fri., Oct. 8 Sun., Oct. 10 Fri., Oct. 15 Sun., Oct. 17 Fri., Oct. 22 Sun., Oct. 24 Sat., Oct 30 Fri., Nov.5 Sun., Nov. 7

Fresno State (exhibition) LMU UC Irvine Santa Clara

Berkeley Berkeley Berkeley Berkeley

1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

San Francisco vs. Hawaii! California vs. Rice! San Francisco vs. Rice! California vs. Hawaii! Long Beach State San Francisco Pacific Portland Saint Mary’s UCLA* USC* Washington* Washington State* Arizona* Arizona State* Stanford* Oregon* Oregon State*

Berkeley 1:30 p.m. Berkeley 4 p.m. Berkeley 12:30 p.m. Berkeley 3 p.m. Berkeley 11 a.m. Berkeley 1 p.m. Berkeley 1 p.m. Berkeley 3 p.m. Moraga, Calif. 4 p.m. Los Angeles TBD Los Angeles 1 p.m. Berkeley 1:30 p.m. Berkeley Noon Tucson, Ariz. 7 p.m. Tempe, Ariz. 1 p.m. Berkeley 3 p.m. Berkeley 3 p.m. Berkeley Noon

All home games in BOLD at Edwards Stadium !Cal invitational *Pac-10 Conference game 2

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Table of Contents Quick Facts....................................................2 Schedule........................................................2 Rosters...........................................................3 Pronunciation Guide......................................3 2009 Results & Statistics........................... 4-5 2009 Final Standings.................................4 2009 Individual Scoring.............................5 National Weekly Polls................................5 Game-by-Game Recaps.......................... 6-12 Postseason Results.....................................13 Bears in the Pros/Hall of Fame....................13 California Records................................. 14-15 Cal Honors & Awards............................. 16-17 All-Time Coaching Results..........................18 All-Time Opponent Records........................19 Year-by-Year Results............................. 20-22


2010 Cal Rosters Numerical Roster No. Name. Pos. Ht. Yr. Exp. Hometown/Previous School(s) 0 Lauren Hein GK 5-8    So. 1V Tustin, CA/Tustin HS 00 Emily Kruger GK 5-11 Fr. HS Woodside, CA/Woodside HS 1 Kathleen Messinger GK 5-7 Fr. HS Dana Point, CA/Aliso Niguel HS 2 Bronwyn Studman D 5-8 Fr. HS Canberra, Australia/Radford College 3 Katie Benz F 5-5 Jr. 2V Sonoma, CA/Sonoma HS 4 Emi Lawson D 5-8 Fr. HS Seattle/Lakeside School 5 Katherine Suits M 5-6 Jr.. 2V Los Alamitos, CA/Los Alamitos HS 6 Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick M 5-8 Fr. HS Pleasanton, CA/Amador Valley HS 7 Emily Shibata M 5-3 Sr. 3V Walnut Creek, CA/Northgate HS 8 Amanda Glass D 5-4 So. 1V Danville, CA/San Ramon Valley HS 9  Amanda Groves         D 5-4     So. 1V Tiburon, CA/Redwood HS 10 Betsy Hassett M 5-1 So. 1V Auckland, NZ/Avondale College 11 Katrin Omarsdottir M 5-8 Jr. 2V Reykjavik, Iceland/ Commercial College of Iceland 12  Samantha Walker F 5-6   So. 1V Concord, CA/Clayton Valley HS 13 Alex Morgan F 5-7 Sr. 3V Diamond Bar, CA/Diamond Bar HS 14 Kate Bennett M 5-4 Fr. HS Bellevue, WA/Bellevue HS 15 Grace Leer F 5-5 Fr. HS Danville, CA/San Ramon Valley HS 16 Lauren Battung F/M 5-7 So. 1V Simi Valley, CA/Chaminade HS 17 Kaitlin Paletta D 5-6 Jr. 2V Moorpark, CA/Moorpark HS 18 Mckenna deBack F 5-4 Fr. HS Clayton, CA/Miramonte HS 19 Rachel Clark D 5-9 So. 1V Manteca, CA/Sierra HS 20 Rachel Mercik F 5-8 Fr. HS El Dorado Hills, CA/Oak Ridge HS 21 McKenna McKetty D/F 5-1 Sr. 2V Sacramento, CA/Saint Francis HS 22 Danielle Brunache D 5-9 Jr. 2V Belmont, CA/St. Ignatius College Prep 23 Miranda White D/F 5-6 Jr. 2V Piedmont, CA/Piedmont HS 24 Genessee Daughetee M/D 5-7 Fr. HS Huntington Beach, CA/Marina HS 25 Carli Haasbroek Fr. JC DeAnza College 28 Megan Indermill D 5-4 Fr. HS Saugus, CA/Hart HS 30 Megan Jesolva D/M 5-4 Sr. 3V La Mirada, CA/Whittier Christian HS *indicates player has utilized a redshirt year

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Neil McGuire (fourth season, Augusta State 1997) Associate Head Coach: Kelly Lindsey (second season, Notre Dame 2001) Assistant Coach: Libby Bassett (second season, San Diego 2005)

Alphabetical

16 Lauren Battung....................... F/M 14 Kate Bennett.............................. M 3 Katie Benz................................... F 22 Danielle Brunache....................... D 19 Rachel Clark............................... D 24 Genessee Daughetee.............M/D 18 Mckenna deBack........................ F 6 Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick...................... M 8 Amanda Glass............................ D 9  Amanda Groves.......................... D 25 Carli Haasbroek............................ 10 Betsy Hassett............................ M 0 Lauren Hein.............................. GK 28 Megan Indermill.......................... D 30 Megan Jesolva........................D/M 00 Emily Kruger............................ GK 4 Emi Lawson................................ D 15 Grace Leer.................................. F 21 McKenna McKetty...................D/F 20 Rachel Mercik............................. F 1 Kathleen Messinger................. GK 13 Alex Morgan................................ F 11 Katrin Omarsdottir..................... M 17 Kaitlin Paletta.............................. D 2 Bronwyn Studman...................... D 5 Katherine Suits........................... M 7 Emily Shibata............................. M 12 Samantha Walker........................ F 23 Miranda White..........................D/F

Pronunciation Guide Danielle Brunache............BREW-nosh Katrin Omarsdottir...OH-MARS-dot-ter Kaitlin Paletta...................pah-LET-tuh

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2009 Results & Statistics PAC-10 CONFERENCE WOMEN’S SOCCER FINAL STANDING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Stanford UCLA WSU USC Washington Oregon State California Arizona State Oregon Arizona

|---------------CONFERENCE---------------| W L T Pct. GF GA 9 8 5 4 3 4 4 2 1 1

0 1 2 3 3 5 5 6 8 8

0 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 0

1.000 .889 .667 .556 .500 .444 .444 .278 .111 .111

30 20 10 11 12 9 13 11 10 3

|-------------------OVERALL--------------------| W L T Pct. GF GA

4 7 7 12 12 12 14 16 23 22

25 21 14 12 12 14 11 9 9 4

1 3 6 6 6 8 9 7 10 15

0 1 2 3 4 1 1 4 1 1

.962 .860 .682 .643 .636 .630 .548 .550 .475 .225

80 70 42 31 33 34 34 29 27 15

15 22 19 21 23 21 31 24 32 46

11-9-1 overall, 4-5-0 Pac-10, 7-4 home, 3-5-1 away, 1-0-0 neutral Date Opponent

Att.

Goals scored

8/21 No. 19 Cal vs. Nevada W 4-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 168 8/28 No. 16 Cal at No. 3 Portland L, 0-4 1-1-0 0-0-0 5068 9/04 No. 14 Cal vs. No. 10 Texas A&M~ W, 1-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 275 9/06 No. 14 Cal vs. Texas~ W, 4-2 3-1-0 0-0-0 458 9/11 No. 9 Cal vs. Portland State! W, 1-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 110 9/13 No. 9 Cal vs. Southern Methodist! W, 4-2 5-1-0 0-0-0 150 9/18 No. 7 Cal at Saint Mary’s W, 4-1 6-1-0 0-0-0 526 9/25 No. 7 Cal vs. Cal Poly L, 0-1 OT 6-2-0 0-0-0 387 10/02 No. 10 Cal vs. Sacramento State L, 0-1 6-3-0 0-0-0 189 10/04 No. 10 Cal at No. 11 Santa Clara T, 1-1 OT2 6-3-1 0-0-0 754 10/09 No. 19 Cal at No. 25 Oregon* W, 2-1 7-3-1 1-0-0 699 10/11 No. 19 Cal at Oregon State* W, 2-0 8-3-1 2-0-0 320 10/16 No. 17 Cal vs. No. 3 UCLA* L, 0-1 8-4-1 2-1-0 544 10/18 No. 17 Cal vs. No. 9 USC* L, 2-3 OT 8-5-1 2-2-0 753 10/23 No. 23 Cal at Washington* L, 0-1 8-6-1 2-3-0 815 10/25 No. 23 Cal at No. 20 Washington State* L, 1-2 OT 8-7-1 2-4-0 531 10/30 Cal vs. Arizona* W, 2-0 9-7-1 3-4-0 241 11/1 Cal vs. Arizona State* W, 3-2 OT 10-7-1 4-4-0 545 11/08 Cal at #1 Stanford* L, 1-4 10-8-1 4-5-0 2000 11/13 Cal vs. Auburn# W, 2-1 OT 11-8-1 4-5-0 807 11/15 Cal at No. 5 Florida State# L, 0-3 11-9-1 4-5-0 962 ~Cal Invitational !Saint Mary’s Tournament *Pacific-10 Conference game #NCAA Tournament game Games in bold played at Cal’s Edwards Stadium

Alex Morgan 3, Lisa Kevorkian

4

Score

Overall

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Lisa Kevorkian Brianna Bak, Miranda White, Alex Morgan, Katie Oakes Katrin Omarsdottir Alex Morgan 2, Katrin Omarsdottir, Lisa Kevorkian Katrin Omarsdottir 2, Katie Oakes, Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan Alex Morgan, Lisa Kevorkian Katrin Omarsdottir, Alex Morgan Miranda White, Alex Morgan Lisa Kevorkian Amanda Groves, Lisa Kevorkian Alex Morgan, Katie Oakes, Lisa Kevorkian Alex Morgan Alex Morgan, Lisa Kevorkian


Individual Scoring No. Player 13 Alex Morgan 24 Lisa Kevorkian 11 Katrin Omarsdottir 23 Miranda White 10 Katie Oakes 7 Emily Shibata 22 Danielle Brunache 25 Camellia Senemar 12 Samantha Walker 5 Katherine Suits 18 Brianna Bak 4 Zulma Munoz 30 Megan Jesolva 20 Lauren Battung 3 Katie Benz 9 Amanda Groves 2 Betsy Hassett 21 McKenna McKetty 15 Mariam Azimi 6 Torrey Delaplane 0 Lauren Hein 1 Rosie Aguilera 19 Rachel Clark 00 Gina Pellegrini 17 Kaitlin Paletta Total Opponents

gp-gs 21-21 19-19 17-17 20-15 19-19 20-18 21-21 12-3 19-7 19-13 19-19 9-0 11-7 13-2 9-0 7-1 5-0 2-0 1-0 11-1 1-0 7-6 17-14 16-15 17-13 21 21

g 14 8 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 31

a 8 3 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 22

pts 36 19 12 6 8 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 93 84

sh 97 45 23 19 16 15 10 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 278 199

sh% .144 .178 .217 .105 .188 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .122 .156

Goalkeeping No. Goalie gp-gs min ga gaavg saves pct w l 1 Rosie Aguilera 7-6 538:25 5 0.84 13 .722 3 1 00 Gina Pellegrini 16-15 1387:03 25 1.62 42 .627 8 8 0 Lauren Hein 1-0 8:31 1 10.57 0 .000 0 0 TM TEAM 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 Total 21 1933:59 31 1.44 56 .644 11 9 Opponents 21 1933:59 34 1.58 105 .755 9 11 Team saves: 1

t sho 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 6

sog 55 28 14 7 8 6 1 5 1 2 4 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 139 87

sog% .567 .622 .609 .368 .500 .400 .100 .556 .125 .286 .667 .500 .333 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .437

gwg 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 9

pk-att 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 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 2-4 1-1

GOALS BY PERIOD Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total California 13 19 2 0 34 Opponents 14 14 3 0 31

California Golden Bears in the National Weekly Polls Final 2008 Preseason Aug. 18 Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Final 2009

NSCAA NR NR NR RV RV 16 9 8 14 21 21 RV NR NR NR RV

Soccer Times NR 25 23 16 16 11 7 7 14 22 18 23 RV NR NR RV

Soccer America N/A 19 19 16 14 9 7 7 10 19 17 NR NR NR NR N/A

Top Drawer N/A N/A 42 21 25 13 10 9 13 24 19 25 NR NR NR 31

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2009 Game-by-Game Recaps Match 1 – Aug. 21

Match 2 – Aug. 21

Match 3 – Sept. 4

Nevada (0-1) vs. No. 19 Cal (1-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 16 Cal (1-1) at No. 3 Portland (2-0) Merlo Field

No. 10 Texas A&M (2-2) vs. No. 14 Cal (2-1) Edwards Stadium

Nevada No. 19 Cal

1 0 1

2 1 3

F 1 4

No. 16 Cal No. 3 Portland

1 0 3

2 0 1

F 0 0

BERKELEY - California breezed past Nevada, 4-1. Junior forward Alex Morgan had three goals for the Bears and redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian had one. Cal out shot UNR, 15-2, and 8-2 in shots on goal. “I don’t think that we were particularly hard to defend because we played very one-dimensionally - north to south,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “In the second half, we spread the field and used the width better, and as a result, we were able to create more opportunities on goal.” Morgan got the Bears on the board very early in the first half - just 5:23 into the game. Nevada keeper Marie Cove was drawn out of her post in goal to grab a ball but Morgan out powered her to gain possession and an open look on goal. The teams went into the half with Cal holding a 1-0 lead, but that did not last long. Kevorkian scored the ultimate gamewinner in the 59th minute. With freshman forward Samantha Walker coming in with the assist, Kevorkian shot the ball in off a deflected block. From there, Morgan tacked on two goals - one at 61:15 and her third of the game and season at 71:33. To bring Cal’s advantage to 3-0, Morgan received a pass from senior midfielder Katie Oakes. Junior defender/forward McKenna McKetty fed the ball to Morgan fro her third ball, again coming into the box. Nevada’s Emma Rice scored a goal with just under eight minutes remaining in the game, winning a 1-v-1 battle with freshman keeper Lauren Hein. The Bears earned 10 corner kicks to Nevada’s one. Senior keeper Gina Pellegrini was credited with the win, with 60 minutes spent between the posts against the Wolf Pack. Morgan led the Bears with four shots on goal.

PORTLAND, Ore. - The No. 16 California women’s soccer team lost a hard-fought nonconference game, 4-0, to No. 3 Portland on Friday evening at the Merlo Field at the Clive Charles Soccer Complex. The game was played in front of 5,068 fans, which was the third highest attendance in Merlo Field history. “Portland fully deserved to win tonight,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “They were better in all areas, especially in the first half.” The Pilots, who lost just two starters from last year’s squad that advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament, controlled the pace of play in the first half. They got on the board just 2:20 into the game with a goal from Danielle Foxhaven. Foxhaven followed that up with a rebound shot in the 20th minute and Portland’s Michelle Olivier added a header to give UP an early 3-0 lead. The Bears finished the final 15 minutes of the half strong but headed into the locker room with a three-goal deficit. The Bears significantly bettered their performance in the second 45 minutes, forcing the Pilot keeper Hailee DeYoung to make two saves. Cal notched three shots in the second half, compared to two in the first period. “We improved our play in the second half and could have sneaked a goal out but squandered some good chances,” McGuire said. “This is not an easy place to play, but we will benefit from this in the long run.” Senior goalie Gina Pellegrini played the full 90 minutes between the posts, making three saves. Junior forward Alex Morgan led the Bears with two shots while senior Katie Oakes, redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian and freshman Samantha Walker each contributing one.

1.  5:23 Cal: Alex Morgan (1) (unassisted)  2.  58:40 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (1) (Samantha Walker)  3.  61:15 Cal: Alex Morgan (2) (Katie Oakes)  4.  71:33 Cal: Alex Morgan (3) (McKenna McKetty)  5.  82:16 UNR: Rice, Emma (1) (unassisted) 

1.  2:20 UP: Danielle Foxhoven (1) (Michelle Enyeart) 2.  19:34 UP: Danielle Foxhoven (2) (Michelle Enyeart) 3.  27:15 UP: Michelle Olivier (1) (Sophie Schmidt) 4.  59:41 UP: Sophie Schmidt (2) (Jessica Tsao)

Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves UNR: Marie Cove (69:15)................. 3............... 4 UNR: Dana Moreno (20:45)............. 1............... 0 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (60:22).............. 0............... 0 Cal: Rosie Aguilera (21:07).............. 0............... 0 Cal: Lauren Hein (8:31).................... 1............... 0 UNR  Cal Shots..................................... 2....................... 15 Corners.................................. 1....................... 10 Saves..................................... 4......................... 0 Fouls.................................... 10....................... 15 Offsides................................. 0......................... 2

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Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 4............... 3 UP: Kelsey Davis (45:00)................. 0.............. 1 UP: Hailee DeYoung (45:00)............ 0............... 2  Cal UP Shots..................................... 5....................... 14 Corners.................................. 1......................... 4 Saves..................................... 3......................... 3 Fouls.................................... 12....................... 11 Offsides................................. 1......................... 1

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No. 10 Texas A&M No. 14 Cal

1 0 0

2 0 1

F 0 1

BERKELEY -The No. 14 California women’s soccer team upended No. 10 Texas A&M, 1-0, on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. Redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian notched the game-winning goal at 69:22. Cal out shot A&M, 11-4, to bring the Bears’ season total to, 31-20, thus far in 2009. “We had a certain energy and excitement on the team,” McGuire said. “The team also played together. When we play together, we can be very dangerous.” The Bears had a good look on goal just five minutes into the game when a shot from sophomore midfielder Katrin Omarsdottir, who just returned to Berkeley this week after competing with the Icelandic national team at the European Championship, had a shot that went just high after Kevorkian crossed it to Omarsdottir in the box off a pass from junior forward Alex Morgan. The Bears came out firing in the second half, taking eight shots in the second 45 compared to three in the first half. The Bears turned the tide in the 70th minute, when Kevorkian fired off a beautiful shot from 18 yards out off the feed from Jesolva. The goal was Kevorkian’s second in three games in 2009 and her second gamewinning score. The Bears are now 3-2-0 against the Aggies after losing a heartbreaking game, 1-0, last year at A&M. This is the first upset as well as the first win for the Bears against a ranked opponent since defeating No. 16 Santa Clara in the opening round of the 2007 NCAA Tournament. “It really sent a message to the rest of the nation about what Cal is all about,” Kevorkian said. “We didn’t play well against Portland last weekend so to beat such a competitor like A&M, especially after last year, the result exemplifies what we’re here to do this season.” 1.  69:22 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (2) (Megan Jesolva) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves A&M: Kristin Arnold (45:00)............. 0............... 0 A&M: Kelly Dyer (45:00)................... 1............... 2 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 0............... 2 A&M Cal Shots..................................... 4....................... 11 Corners.................................. 4......................... 5 Saves..................................... 2......................... 2 Fouls.................................... 11....................... 16 Offsides................................. 5......................... 0


Match 4 – Sept. 6

Match 5 – Sept. 11

Match 6 – Sept. 13

Texas (1-3) vs. No. 14 Cal (3-1) Edwards Stadium

Portland State (2-3-0) at No. 9 California (4-1-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 9 Cal (5-1-0) vs. SMU (1-4-0) Saint Mary’s Stadium

Texas No. 14 Cal

1 0 1

2 2 3

F 2 4

BERKELEY - The No. 14 California women’s soccer team outlasted No. 25 Texas, 4-2, on Sunday afternoon at Edwards Stadium on the closing day of the 15th Annual Cal Invitational. The Golden Bears took a 1-0 lead into the halftime and went on 3-0 scoring run in less than six minutes to extend their advantage to 4-0. “We had two great wins for the program this weekend,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “I think, after the Portland loss, the players were probably questioning if they had what it took so we needed this.” Senior defender Brianna Bak scored the first goal in the 22nd minute immediately following a corner kick. The goal was Bak’s first of the year. “Lauren Battung did a really good job sealing off the near-post player,” Bak said. “I was there and tapped it in.” The teams went into the halftime break with the Bears leading, 1-0. Less than five minutes into the second half, sophomore defender/forward Miranda White extended Cal’s lead with a goal off a suburb cross from redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian. Just minutes later, at 53:02 Alex Morgan scored with a shot to the top-left corner off a pass from sophomore midfielder Katrin Omarsdottir. Just under three minutes following, senior midfielder Katie Oakes fired in a goal with Morgan coming in with the assist. Texas’ Courtney Goodson scored two goals - one at 68:01 and the other at 76:02 - get the Longhorns on the board. The final 13 minutes of play went without another goal, giving Cal the final 4-2 victory. Morgan led the Bears with three shots and two assists. Cal had four players named to the alltournament team: Brianna Bak, Lisa Kevorkian, Alex Morgan and Katie Oakes. 1.  21:54 Cal: Brianna Bak (1) (Alex Morgan)  2.  49:27 Cal: Miranda White (1) (Lisa Kevorkian)  3.  53:02 Cal: Alex Morgan (4) (Katrin Omarsdottir)  4.  56:15 Cal: Katie Oakes (1) (Alex Morgan)  5.  68:01 UT: Courtney Goodson (1) (Niki Arlitt)  6.  76:02 UT: Courtney Goodson (2) (unassisted) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves UT: Shaine Millheiser (90:00)........... 4............... 1 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 2............... 1 UT Cal Shots..................................... 7......................... 8 Corners.................................. 1......................... 3 Saves..................................... 1......................... 1 Fouls...................................... 9....................... 17 Offsides................................. 0......................... 6

PSU No. 9 Cal

1 0 1

2 0 0

F 0 1

BERKELEY - The No. 9 California women’s soccer team out shot visiting Portland State, 27-1, en route to a 1-0 nonconference victory on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium as part of the Saint Mary’s Fall Soccer Classic. Sophomore midfielder and Icelandic national team starter Katrin Omarsdottir had the Golden Bears’ lone goal. “We were very successful in creating a lot of goal-scoring opportunities,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “However, our execution today was lethargic. We put ourselves in a position where we thought we were going to win.” One of the Bears’ first best looks came at 21:23 when sophomore forward Camellia Senemar crossed the ball into redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian, who took a shot that was saved when Portland State keeper Cris Lewis knocked it off the right post. Just before the close of the first half, Cal had another near goal when junior forward Alex Morgan took a shot on an empty cage but her shot was deflected off a Viking defender’s back. The teams went into the 15-minute break knotted at 0-0. The Bears put one through with 29:35 remaining in regulation. Junior defender/midfielder Megan Jesolva took a shot that was saved by Lewis. Omarsdottir then rebounded the save as it came off Lewis’ extended arms and shot it in for the game-winning goal. Portland State almost tied the game in the final minute when they drew Cal keeper Rosie Aguilera out on a cross but the Viking offense could not finish the play, and the Bears pocketed the 1-0 win. Aguilera made one save in 90 minutes of play for the Bears. Lewis had a total of 13 saves with the Bears taking 14 shots on goal and 27 shots overall. Morgan paced the Bears with seven shots, five of which were on goal. The Bears earned eight corner kicks to Portland State’s zero. It was Portland State head coach Laura Schott’s return to Edwards Stadium as a coach for the first time since her playing days as a Bear. Schott, who is in her second year as head coach of the Vikings, is still the all-time goal-scoring leader with 56 career goals. 1. 28:35 Cal: Katrin Omarsdottir (1) (Megan Jesolva) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves PSU: Cris Lewis (90:00)................... 1............. 13 Cal: Rosie Aguilera (90:00).............. 0............... 1 PSU Cal Shots..................................... 1....................... 27 Corners.................................. 0......................... 8 Saves................................... 13......................... 1 Fouls...................................... 7......................... 6 Offsides................................. 0......................... 5

No. 9 Cal SMU

1 3 1

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MORAGA, Calif. - The No. 9 California women’s soccer team kicked off its 4-2 victory over SMU on Sunday afternoon with the quickest goal thus far in the 2009 campaign, scored 2:22 into the match. The Golden Bears tacked on three more goals to overpower the Mustangs in Moraga as part of the Saint Mary’s Fall Soccer Classic. “We played very well in a very physical game,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “The players controlled the tempo of the game, managed their emotions well and deserved the win.” Barely into the third minute, sophomore Katrin Omarsdottir dribbled in from 35 yards out to go 1-v-1 with the SMU keeper, knocking in a goal with a shot to the right post. The goal, scored at 2:22, was the fastest goal scored by the Bears this season, with the next earliest goal coming at 5:23 against Nevada. Omarsdottir, who is a starter on the Icelandic national team, played in her fourth game this season after competing at the European Championships. Omarsdottir helped with the second goal, which occurred six minutes later, dishing an assist to junior forward Alex Morgan. Omarsdottir had a through pass to Morgan, who beat the SMU keeper to the open net for her fifth goal of the year. Shortly thereafter, Morgan earned her sixth goal, this one unassisted, at 15:51, with a shot from 18 yards out to the far post. Roughly a minute following Morgan’s second score, Cal’s third goal, SMU put one past the Bears. Neither team scored until 80:46, when redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian distanced the Bears by three, 4-1, with a goal off a shot from eight yards out off the rebound. Just over five minutes later, SMU player Kenzie Scovill one-timed the ball from eight yards out off a corner kick to give the Mustangs their final goal. Cal’s early lead proved to be clutch, and the Bears came away with the 4-2 nonconference victory. 1.  2:22 Cal: Katrin Omarsdottir (2) (unassisted)  2.  8:41 Cal: Alex Morgan (5) Katrin Omarsdottir  3.  15:51 Cal: Alex Morgan (6) (unassisted)  4.  16:48 SMU: Leslie Briggs (2) (Kristin Medeiros) 5.  80:46 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (3) (unassisted)  6.  85:57 SMU: Kenzie Scovill (2) (Logan May) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 2............... 0 SMU: Courtney Webb (90:00).......... 4............... 7 Cal SMU Shots................................... 18......................... 4 Corners.................................. 5......................... 1 Saves..................................... 0......................... 8 Fouls.................................... 13....................... 16 Offsides................................. 3......................... 2

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Match 7 – Sept. 18

Match 8 – Sept. 25

Match 9 – Oct. 2

No. 7 Cal (6-1-0) at Saint Mary’s (4-4-0) Saint Mary’s Stadium

Cal Poly (5-4-0) vs. No. 7 Cal (6-2-0) Edwards Stadium

Sacramento State (5-3-2) vs. California (6-3-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 7 Cal SMC

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MORAGA, Calif. - The No. 7 California women’s soccer team rebuffed East Bay rival Saint Mary’s, 4-1, on Friday afternoon at Saint Mary’s Stadium. Sophomore midfielder Katrin Omarsdottir had a team-high two goals while junior forward Alex Morgan scored the gamewinner – her third of the year. In the 16th minute, the Bears earned a penalty shot, which senior co-captain Katie Oakes converted for her second goal of the season to give Cal a early 1-0 lead. Saint Mary’s got its first shot of the game in the 31st minute off a header from Jessica Menzhuber that went wide. Menzhuber followed up her miss with a goal at 32:47 with a strike off a free kick from 35 yards out to the far post, and the teams went into halftime tied, 1-1. The Bears controlled the first part of the second half, scoring a goal in the 57th minute when Morgan took a shot from eight yards out to the near post off the assist by Miranda White. Junior Emily Shibata kicked off a successful 67th minute with a shot that was saved by Larson. Sophomore midfielder Katrin Omarsdottir collected the rebound from 10 yards out, and shot it past the keeper for her third goal of the year and Cal’s third score of the game. Omarsdottir came through again with a goal at 78:44, with Morgan coming in with the assist. Omarsdottir took a shot from 12 yards out to far post off a free kick. The Bears have out shot their opponents in six out of this seasons’ seven games for a combined total of 93-38. The 4-1 win over the Gaels was the fourth time in 2009 that the Bears have scored four goals. The Bears are now 6-0 when scoring first. Morgan paces the Bears with seven goals. Omarsdottir is now second on the squad with a four scores. 1.  15:42 Cal: Katie Oakes (2) (penalty kick)   2.  32:47 SMC: Jessica Menzuber (4) (unassisted) 3.  56:14 Cal: Alex Morgan (7) (Miranda White)  4.  66:10 Cal: Katrin Omarsdottir (3) (Emily Shibata)  5.  78:44 Cal: Katrin Omarsdottir (4) (Alex Morgan) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 1............... 1 SMC: Tara Larson (90:00)................ 4............... 2 Cal SMC Shots..................................... 9......................... 6 Corners.................................. 6......................... 1 Saves..................................... 1......................... 2 Fouls.................................... 15....................... 19 Offsides................................. 0......................... 1

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SLO No. 7 Cal

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BERKELEY - The No. 7 California women’s soccer team lost a hard-fought overtime match to Cal Poly, 1-0. The Golden Bears outshot the Mustangs, 25-8, marking the seventh time this season that Cal has outshot its opponent. One of Cal’s closest shots came with 5:22 to play in the regulation, when junior forward Alex Morgan took a shot that barred out off the top. The Mustangs fired off two shots and the Bears had one in the final minute of the second half, but neither could poke one through and forced overtime. Cal Poly’s Whitney Sisler netted the golden goal at 92:18 with a shot from the right off a cross from Bria Park. The loss is the first overtime game that Cal has seen this season. The Bears still hold the all-time advantage, 3-2-0, against the Mustangs. The previous most recent meeting between Cal and Cal Poly was also an overtime game - a 2-1 Cal victory on Oct. 3, 1997. Morgan paced the Bears with four shots on goal (eight in total) while Munoz had two (four all together). Senior goalie Rosie Aguilera made two stops in the box for the Bears. With its 25 shots, Cal forced the Mustang keeper to make a total of nine saves. The Bears earned six corner kicks to the Mustangs’ one. The Bears limited Cal Poly to just three shots on goal Bak rejected Cal Poly’s second attempt of the second half with 16:20 remaining in regulation, when Bak blocked a Mustang attempt to cross the ball into the box. In the 77th minute, Brunache stopped Cal Poly’s Morgan Miller from movement, controlling the ball at the goal line to give the Bears possession. Senior goalie Rosie Aguilera made a key defensive play with 6:56 remaining when she grabbed the ball with six Mustangs hot in pursuit. Morgan’s shot that hit the cross bar in the 85th minute was Cal’s last second to last shot of regulation before sophomore defender/ forward Miranda White took a last-ditch shot with two seconds on the clock. The goal in the 93rd minute was the first action of overtime, and Cal Poly took home the 1-0 win. 1. 92:18

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CSUS No. 10 Cal

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BERKELEY - The No. 10 California women’s soccer team fell, 1-0, to visiting Sacramento State. For the seventh consecutive time, the Golden Bears outshot their opponent - 19-9 against the Hornets. Junior forward Alex Morgan paced the Bears with four shots while redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian had three. Sac State struck gold in the middle of the 18th minute. Kelsey O’Donnell fired off a shot off the dish from Leah Larot that was just beyond Pellegrini’s reach on the left side for the only goal of the game. The goal was O’Donnell’s second of the year. Things appeared promising with 18:50 to play in the first half, when Morgan took a corner kick and then came around to shoot the ball, but hit the crossbar. Senior midfielder Katie Oakes powered off a suburb kick in the 39th minute, but Abercrombie came out to deflect the shot. Bak made a key defensive play in the final three minutes, when she disrupted a transpiring play. Junior midfielder Emily Shibata rebounded the ball and fired off a shot, forcing a CSUS save. Morgan took off again on a fast break with just under 12 remaining in regulation. Despite being heavily covered by four defenders on her solo attack, Morgan managed to launch a shot, but Abercrombie grabbed it. In the waning minutes of the nonconference match-up, Pellegrini made two important stops, both of which came on shots from Larot and one of which was a spectacular diving save. Sophomore defender/forward Miranda White took a shot that went wide with 10 seconds to play and Oakes took a corner kick with just four seconds on the game clock, but could not put one through. Sophomore Camellia Senemar earned her first start of 2009 after sitting out the first three games due to an ACL tear that occurred over the summer, while freshman forward/midfielder Lauren Battung subbed in for her first action since the 4-2 victory over Texas (Sept. 6). This is only the second time this season that the Bears have outshot their opponent but dropped the final decision. 1. 17:33 CSUS: Kelsey O’Donnell (2) (Leah Larot) Goalkeeper..................................GA.......Saves CSUS: S. Abercrombie (90:00)........ 0............. 11 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 1............... 5 CSUS Cal Shots..................................... 9....................... 19 Corners.................................. 2......................... 7 Saves................................... 11......................... 5 Fouls...................................... 4......................... 8 Offsides................................. 2......................... 1


Match 10 – Oct. 4

Match 11 – Oct. 9

Match 12 – Oct. 11

No. 10 Cal (6-3-1) vs. No. 11 Santa Clara (8-4-1) Buck Shaw Stadium

No. 19 Cal (7-3-1, 1-0-0) vs. No. 25 Oregon (8-3-1, 0-1-0) Pape’ Field

No. 19 Cal (8-3-1, 2-0-0) vs. Oregon (8-4-1, 0-2-0) Paul Lorenz Field

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Santa Clara, Calif. -The Bears scored the first goal of the game for either team with 43:03 to play in regulation, when Alex Morgan fired one to the back left bottom corner with freshman Lauren Battung coming in with the assist. Santa Clara got on the board in the 72nd minute with a goal from Maxine Goynes, who was assisted by Jordan Angeli. Angeli headed the ball towards goal and Goynes shot it in. Cal took two shots in 20 minutes of overtime and SCU had four, but neither could connect. This is Cal’s first draw of the year. Rosie Aguilera made a key save with 5:15 to go in overtime, giving Santa Clara a corner kick but Katie Oakes cleared an attempt. Cal earned a penalty kick in the 101st minute of play, which Alex Morgan took but the Santa Clara keeper Henninger made a diving save to her left and tipped the ball up and over the crossbar. Volunteer assistant coach Kelly Lindsey managed the team today as head coach Neil McGuire was attending to personal matters. Morgan’s goal was the first Cal score in 240:31 minutes of play with its prior most recent goal occurring in the 79th minute of the 4-1 victory over Saint Mary’s on Sept. 18. With eight goals under her belt in 10 games this season, Morgan ties her freshman-year record of eight scores. She is just shy of her personal best of nine goals in a season, a feat she achieved last year. 1. 46:56 Cal: Alex Morgan (8) (Lauren Battung)  2. 71:17 SCU: Maxine Goynes (3) (Jordan Angeli) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Rosie Aguilera (110:00)............ 1............... 5 SCU: Bianca Henninger (110:00)..... 1............... 6 Cal SCU Shots................................... 11....................... 14 Corners.................................. 6......................... 6 Saves..................................... 5......................... 6 Fouls.................................... 13....................... 12 Offsides................................. 4......................... 2

No. 19 Cal No. 25 UO

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EUGENE, Ore. - The No. 19 California women’s soccer team kicked off Pac-10 season with a 2-1 victory over No. 25 Oregon in front of 699 fans. The Golden Bears found the back of net early the earliest they have this season - with a goal by junior forward Alex Morgan just 1:28 minutes into the match. Morgan earned her team-leading ninth goal of the year by beating the keeper from 20 yards out on a free kick. “It was a big relief for our team,” Morgan said. “But at the same time, since we scored early, we had to hold the lead for the rest of the game, which is harder than it is to be tied.” Cal, which is now 7-0-1 when scoring first coming into the match, held the 1-0 advantage for the next 46 minutes of play. The second half began similarly to the first, but with the Ducks scoring the early goal - 2:46 into the second 45 minutes. Teresa Bowns received a pass from Scout Libke and scored with a left-footed boot. It took the Bears all of 21 seconds to regroup and respond with a score of their own. At 48:07, Redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian rebounded the ball off a keeper deflection from a touch by Morgan and powered in the game-winning goal. “My heart didn’t swell as much this time,” Kevorkian noted. “Since Alex had just [gotten tangled up] by the goalie, there was a moment of uncertainty. But once it was confirmed, it felt like every goal does - euphoric.” Morgan tied her career high of nine goals in a season, a feat which she achieved last season. Averaging 0.818 goals per game, Morgan is on track to score roughly 16 by the close of the regular season. Morgan’s goal in the second minute was the first goal scored in any game this season. The previous earliest goal occurred at 2:22 against SMU on Sept. 13 by Katrin Omarsdottir. This was Cal’s first win in three games. 1. 1:28 Cal: Alex Morgan(9) (unassisted)  2. 47:46 UO: Teresa Bowns (3) (Scout Libke)  3. 48:07 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (4) (Alex Morgan) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Rosie Aguilera (90:00).............. 1............... 2 UO: Cody Miles (90:00)................... 2............... 5 Cal UO Shots................................... 10....................... 12 Corners.................................. 0......................... 9 Saves..................................... 2......................... 5 Fouls.................................... 12......................... 8 Offsides................................. 0......................... 2

No. 19 Cal OSU

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CORVALLIS, Ore. - The No. 19 California women’s soccer team won its second Pac-10 Conference game of the year with a 2-0 victory over Oregon State on Sunday afternoon at OSU’s Paul Lorenz Field. The Golden Bears are now 8-3-1 overall and 2-0-0 in conference play while the Beavers are now 8-4-1 and 0-2-0 in Pac-10. Sophomore Katrin Omarsdottir scored the gamewinner in the 61st minute with a shot to the lower right from 10 yards out. Camellia Senemar had the assist. “Camy did a great job of finding the cross,” Omarsdottir said. “Lisa went for the header drawing their defender to her - so I was wide open. I got the ball to my feet and finished with one touch. We’ve been practicing finishing with one touch, but in practice, this would have counted as three.” Junior forward Alex Morgan added on her 10th goal of the season with 11:07 to play in the game off a dish from redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian. Morgan went one-v-one with the keeper to beat her for the score. “When Lisa passed me the ball, I took a touch, passed the keeper and got tripped but stayed up and thankfully hit it towards the middle of the goal,” Morgan said. “It was a great pass on Lisa’s part, I just had to put it away.” Morgan’s goal was her 10th of the year, which is a new career single-season scoring record. The Bears tallied three shots on goal with Miranda White adding one into. Cal was outshot by the Beavers, 10-8. Redshirt senior keeper Rosie Aguilera played in goal for the Bears and had to make sure one shot in 90 minutes of play. Cal extends its all-time advantage to 16-2-1 over the Bears, and it has now won the past five meetings. 1. 60:09 Cal: Katrin Omarsdottir (5) (Camellia Senemar)  2. 78:53 Cal: Alex Morgan (10) (Lisa Kevorkian) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Rosie Aguilera (90:00).............. 0............... 1 OSU: Ashley Wood (90:00).............. 2............... 1 Cal OSU Shots..................................... 8....................... 10 Corners.................................. 6......................... 3 Saves..................................... 1......................... 1 Fouls...................................... 7....................... 18 Offsides................................. 2......................... 2

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Match 13 – Oct. 16

Match 14 – Oct. 18

Match 15 – Oct. 23

No. 3 UCLA (12-1-1, 3-0-0) vs. No. 17 Cal (8-4-1, 2-1-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 9 USC (11-4-0, 3-1-0) vs. No. 17 Cal (8-5-1, 2-2-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 23 Cal vs. Washington Husky Soccer Field

No. 3 UCLA No. 17 Cal

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BERKELEY - The No. 17 California women’s soccer team lost a tense Pac-10 Conference game, 1-0, to visiting No. 3 UCLA on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. The Golden Bears had multiple solid looks on goal, but could not convert against the Bruins. UCLA’s goal came from Sydney Leroux in the 77th minute off an assist from Lauren Cheney. The 544 fans in attendance were a season high for the Bears. “I think it was a great game today between two really good teams,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “It was always going to come down to opportunities and which team was going to put it away. UCLA took its chance, and we missed ours.” Cal’s first highlight came when redshirt junior forward Lisa Kevorkian stole away on a fast break. She stopped the ball just in front of the end line with a Bruin heavily guarding her, but Kevorkian’s attempt at a cross was denied. Junior forward Alex Morgan took the Bears’ first shot on goal with an attempted header after the ball was booted to her in the box from the right side. Despite being surrounded by five defenders, Morgan’s chances looked bright in 17th minute, when she took a shot off a pass from Kevorkian, but the shot hit the left post. The teams went into the 15-minute halftime scoreless with UCLA narrowly outshooting Cal, 5-4. With 32:33 remaining in regulation, Morgan, on a fast break, went around the diving UCLA keeper Chante Sandiford, but Morgan’s shot hit the right outside net. UCLA broke the game with open in the 77th minute, when Cheney shot a long pass to Leroux, who fired it off from inside the box for her 12th goal of the season. “I was very proud of the players and the way they battled,” McGuire said. “It was a great match.” 1. 76:35 UCLA: Sydney Leroux (12) (Lauren Cheney) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves UCLA: Chante’ Sandiford (90:00).... 0............... 3 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 1............... 3 UCLA Cal Shorts.................................. 10......................... 9 Corners.................................. 3......................... 4 Saves..................................... 3......................... 3 Fouls...................................... 9....................... 11 Offsides................................. 4......................... 2

No. 9 USC No. 17 Cal

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BERKELEY - The No. 17 California women’s soccer team scored two goals in the second half to tie No. 9 USC, 2-2, at the end of regulation, but could not score in overtime and USC won the 3-2 overtime decision over Cal. Sophomore defender/forward Miranda White scored first for the Bears and junior forward Alex Morgan netted the second. A 2009 season-high 753 fans came out to Sunday’s Pac-10 match. “I think we had chance after chance,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “We knew that we were always going to be susceptible to the counter attack off them with all the pressure, and they got the goal.” Just under 19 minutes into the match, USC scored its first goal from Ashley Freyer when Marihelem Tomer crossed it to Freyer from the end line. In the 31st minute, Alyssa Davila took a shot on goal and Cal keeper Rosie Aguilera got hand but it tipped in for the Trojans’ second score. The Bears came out firing in the second half - taking 16 shots in the second compared to seven in the first half. After having a near miss on a shot from White that hit the crossbar, Cal found the back of the net with its ninth shot of the half. White struck a pass from Morgan at the tail end of the 74th minute to bring the Bears within one, 2-1. Morgan tied things up, 2-2, with a goal at 77:24 with White returning the favor with the assist. Morgan, who was attacking left to right, shot the ball around her defender to find the upper left corner. After 2:43 minutes had expired in the first overtime period, USC earned a corner kick, which Carly Butcher crossed into Davila, who headed the ball in for her second score of the game to send the Trojans home victorious, 3-2. 1. 18:47 USC   Ashley Freyer (2) (Marihelen Tomer) 2. 30:46 USC   Alyssa Davila (7) (unassisted)  3. 73:57 Cal: Miranda White (2) (Alex Morgan) 4. 77:24 Cal: Alex Morgan (11) (Miranda White) 5. 92:50 USC: Alyssa Davila (8) (Carly Butcher) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves USC: Kristin Olsen (92:50)............... 2............. 10 Cal: Rosie Aguilera (45:00).............. 2............... 2 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (47:50).............. 1............... 2 USC Cal Shots................................... 10....................... 24 Corners.................................. 6......................... 3 Saves................................... 10......................... 4 Fouls.................................... 17......................... 9 Offsides................................. 0......................... 2

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No. 23 Cal UW

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SEATTLE - The No. 23 California women’s soccer lost a 1-0 decision to Washington on Friday night. The Huskies scored with a goal in the 24th minute to improve to 10-2-3 overall and 2-0-2 in the Pac-10 Conference while the Golden Bears fall to 8-6-1 and 2-3-0 in the Pac-10. Cal outshot UW, 8-7. “This was another tough loss for us tonight,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. UW scored the gamewinner with an unassisted shot from McKenna Waitley. Off a deflection, Waitley took a shot in the box that found the lower right corner of the goal. The score was her fourth goal of the 2009 season. Junior forward Alex Morgan paced the Bears with four shots. Cal’s first shot on goal came at 36:23 from Morgan. The 64th minute look promising for Cal as Morgan started it off at 63:12 with a shot that was saved. Six seconds later, Morgan fired again, only it went wide to earn a corner kick, but Cal could not convert. Senior keeper Gina Pellegrini played the full 90 minutes between the posts for the Bears and made two saves. Cal forced the UW goalie Kari Davidson to make two stops. In addition to outshooting the Huskies, 8-7, the Bears earned four corner kicks to Washington’s three. 1. 23:29 UW: McKenna Waitley (4) (unassisted)  Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini.......................... 1............... 2 UW: Kari Davidson.......................... 0............... 2 Cal UW Shots..................................... 8......................... 7 Corners.................................. 4......................... 3 Saves..................................... 2......................... 2 Fouls...................................... 9....................... 11 Offsides................................. 1......................... 4


Match 16 – Oct. 25

Match 17 – Oct. 30

Match 18 – Nov. 1

No. 23 Cal (8-7-1, 2-4-0) vs. No. 20 WSU (11-4-1, 3-1-1) Lower Soccer Field

Arizona (4-12-0, 1-5-0) vs. Cal (9-7-1, 3-4-0) Edwards Stadium

ASU (7-7-3, 0-6-1) vs. Cal (10-7-1, 4-4-0) Edwards Stadium

No. 23 Cal No. 20 WSU

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PULLMAN, Wash. - The No. 23 California women’s soccer team scored in the 25th minute but could not find the back of the net again to drop a 2-1 overtime decision to No. 20 Washington State. WSU scored at 94:07 on a penalty kick to take home the conference victory. Redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian scored for the Golden Bears. Kevorkian took Cal’s first shot on goal at 13:35 but WSU keeper Meghan Berlingo made the save. The Cougars came crushingly close at 21:45 when a shot from Kiersten Dallstream that hit the post. Just 22 seconds later, the WSU offense fired again, this time with a shot from Mallory Fox that went wide right. Twenty-one seconds prior to Kevorkian’s score, Fox took another shot but Cal goalie Gina Pellegrini made the stop. In the 25th minute, Kevorkian score Cal’s first goal of the weekend. Junior forward Alex Morgan crossed the ball from the left side into the box, where senior Katie Oakes touched it and then Kevorkian came in for the goal from four yards out. The WSU and Cal squads traded shots that went both high in the 37th and 38th minute from Dallstream and freshman Lauren Battung, respectively. The referees issued a yellow card against the Cal team at 61:56, which awarded the Cougars a free kick from 20 yards that was taken by Jacquelyn Roth. Roth converted for her second goal of the season and to knot the game at 1-1. Roth took a corner kick for the Cougars at 66:58 and Fox took a shot but it went high. Pellegrini made a key save in the 79th minute off a shot from WSU’s Carly Dobratz. Sophomore Miranda White forced a Berlingo save with a shot at 87:14. The Cougars earned a penalty kick, and Dallstream took the kick for WSU to net the gamewinner with her 13th goal of the season. 1. 24:14 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (5) (Katie Oakes, Alex Morgan) 2. 61:58 WSU: Jacquelyn Roth (2) (unassisted) 3. 94:07 WSU: Kiersten Dallstream (13) (penalty kick) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 2............... 3 WSU: Meghan Berlingo (90:00)....... 1............... 2 Cal WSU Shots..................................... 8....................... 18 Corners.................................. 2......................... 2 Saves..................................... 3......................... 2 Fouls.................................... 17....................... 11 Offsides................................. 1......................... 1

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BERKELEY - The California women’s soccer team grabbed an important 2-0 victory over visiting Arizona on Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. Freshman midfielder Amanda Groves netted the gamewinner in the third minute for her first goal of her Golden Bear career. Redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian added an insurance score at 53:03. The Bears outshot the Wildcats, 16-6. The Bears took control of the game with Groves’ score just 2:10 into the match. Kevorkian passed to Groves, who took a touch and shot it to the back of the net. This game was the first start, shot and goal of Groves’ Cal career. “I was so excited,” Groves noted. “I’ve never really played the four position before, but the ball went in. but the first time I was there, I was able to make a difference for the team. It brought the team and our spirits up.” Kevorkian and Morgan teamed up to distance the Bears, 2-0, with just under 37 minutes remaining in regulation. Escaping defenders, Morgan dribbled the ball past a diving Wharf in the box, and passed to Kevorkian, who was on the near side just above the end line. Kevorkian shot the ball in for her sixth goal of the season. “I was originally making a run for a through ball, as well,” Kevorkian said. “But they played Alex, and Alex took this really long touch wide from the goalkeeper. But I got the pass and connected.” The second half was offensively heated for the Bears, who took seven shots, forcing Wharf to make five saves in the final 45 minutes of play. All in all, Cal outshot Arizona, 16-6, and had six corners to the Wildcats’ one. Senior keeper Gina Pellegrini played the full 90 minutes in goal, grabbing three saves en route to her second shutout of the season to improve to 6-6-0. The Groves’ goal at 2:10 was the second fastest goal scored by Cal this year. The quickest goal was scored at 1:28 against Oregon (Oct. 9, 2009) by Alex Morgan. 1. 2:10 Cal: Amanda Groves (1) (Lisa Kevorkian) 2. 53:03 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (6) (Alex Morgan) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves UA: Devon Wharf (90:00)................. 2............... 6 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 0............... 3 UA Cal Shots..................................... 6....................... 16 Corners.................................. 1......................... 6 Saves..................................... 6......................... 3 Fouls.................................... 11....................... 11 Offsides................................. 2......................... 4

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BERKELEY - The California women’s soccer team netted a 3-2 Pac-10 Conference victory in overtime against Arizona State on Sunday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. Redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian scored the game-winning goal in the 98th minute to push the Bears past the Sun Devils. After taking five shots through the first 97 minutes of play, Kevorkian put one through at 97:36 for her team-leading fourth gamewinner of the 2009 season. Katie Suits was credited with the assist. “I’ve never been on the bottom of a dog pile before - it was a great feeling,” Kevorkian said of her team’s celebration following her goal. “When Suits crossed the ball, I knew I had to get a piece of it so I jumped as high as I could and hoped for the best. With golden goals, it’s do or die. I just put all my weight behind it.” In the seventh minute, Courtney Tinnin drew Cal keeper Gina Pellegrini out, dribbled past her and touched it in for a goal. Barely two minutes later, junior forward Alex Morgan powered off on a fast break. Despite being trailed by three defenders, Morgan past them to tie the game for the first time, 1-1, with 37:12 remaining in the half. Sophomore midfielder Katrin Omarsdottir had the assist. Morgan played a key role in Cal’s second score, earning a penalty kick after going down in the box at 15:31. Taking the kick was senior Katie Oakes, who was playing in her final home game as a Golden Bear at Edwards Stadium, and she shot it to the left side of the box as the ASU keeper dove to the right. With her Sun Devils trailing, 2-1, Alexandra Elston made things interesting in the 54th minute, when she did a half-bicycle kick off a header from Bianca Doller to even the score at 2-2 and eventually force overtime. 1. 6:17  2. 7:48 3. 15:31 4. 53:32 Doller) 5. 97:36 Suits) 

ASU: Courtney Tinnin (5) (unassisted)  Cal: Alex Morgan (12) (unassisted)  Cal: Katie Oakes (3) (Penalty kick)  ASU: Alexandra Elston (5) (Bianca Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (6) (Katherine

Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves ASU: Alyssa Gillmore (97:41)........... 3............... 4 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (97:41).............. 2............... 2 ASU Cal Shots................................... 10....................... 11 Corners.................................. 3......................... 4 Saves..................................... 4......................... 2 Fouls.................................... 13....................... 13

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Match 19 – Nov. 8

Match 20 – Nov. 13

Match 21 – Nov. 15

Cal (10-8-1, 4-5-0) vs. No. 1 Stanford (20-0-0, 9-0-0) Cagan Stadium

Auburn (10-9-3) vs. Cal (11-8-1) Seminole Soccer Complex

Cal (11-9-1) vs. No. 1 Seed Florida State (18-4-1) Seminole Soccer Complex

UA Cal

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STANFORD, Calif. - The California women’s soccer team fell to the No. 1 team in the country, 4-1, against top-ranked Stanford on Sunday afternoon at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. Alex Morgan had Cal’s lone goal while the Cardinal’s Kelley O’Hara netted a hat trick to power the Cardinal past the Golden Bears in the regular-season finale for both squads. The annual Big Game between the rival schools was played in a sellout crowd of 2,000 with fans filling the stadium and lining the field. “Our players worked extremely hard,” Cal head coach Neil McGuire said. “Stanford is a very, very talented team, and they took advantage of many great opportunities. We failed to capitalize on our chances early.” After Pellegrini had made three impressive saves, the Stanford offense poked one through at 13:40. The Cardinal took a corner kick, which was headed away by the Cal defense, but Stanford’s Kelley O’Hara rebounded the ball, and shot it to the back right from 10 yards out for her 21st goal of the season. Stanford scored its second goal at 31:17, again thanks to O’Hara. Rachel Quon played a ball to her from the right and O’Hara headed it in to the back post. O’Hara earned herself a hat trick with Stanford’s third goal of the game in the 53rd minute off an assist from Alicia Jenkins. At 58:10, heavily pressured by five defenders and the keeper in front of the box, Morgan was awarded a penalty kick. Morgan took her kick to the right side, but the diving Maker made a black. Morgan collected the rebound and easily knocked it in for Cal’s first score of the game. The goal by Morgan was her 13th goal of the season, bringing her three-year career total to 30 goals, which is fourth all-time in program history. She also remains in fifth place with 74 career points. Stanford responded roughly four minutes later when Lindsey Taylor shot the ball into the upper left 90 from 30 yards out. 1. 13:40 Stan: Kelley O’Hara (21) (unassisted) 2. 32:17 Stan: Kelley O’Hara (22) (Rachel Quon) 3. 52:04 Stan: Kelley O’Hara (23) (Alicia Jenkins) 4. 58:10 Cal: Alex Morgan (13) (unassisted)  5. 62:29 Stan: Lindsay Taylor (5) (Courtney Verloo) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 4............... 9 Stan: Kira Maker (90:00).................. 1............... 2 Cal Stan Shots..................................... 6....................... 27 Corners.................................. 1......................... 5 Saves..................................... 9......................... 2 Fouls...................................... 6....................... 11 Offsides................................. 1......................... 1

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Junior forward Lisa Kevorkian netted a golden goal to propel to the California women’s soccer team to a 2-1 overtime win over Auburn on Friday evening in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Florida State’s Seminole Soccer Complex. The Golden Bears (11-8-1) will take on No. 1-seed Florida State on Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. PST in the second round of the tournament. Alex Morgan scored Cal’s first goal of the game in the 33rd minute. After the Bears had taken five shots in the first seven minutes of overtime, Kevorkian put away the goal and game off a cross from Morgan from five yards. The score was Kevorkian’s fifth game-winning goal and her eighth goal overall this season. Morgan scored at 32:23 for her 14th goal of the season with a shot to the inside left post to give Cal an early 1-0 lead. Auburn took two shots and Cal had one before the close of the first half to send the Bears into the break with the 1-0 advantage. Auburn made things interesting with a gametying goal at 58:30 when she scored her first goal of the season off a corner with a boot that bent the ball to the inside far post. Morgan made Howard dive for a save in the 69th minute with a shot on goal. Pellegrini made two second-half stops for the Bears. In the second half, Cal took seven shots and Auburn had six, but neither team scored a gamewinner in regulation to send the first-round game into overtime. Kevorkian had the first action of the first overtime period with a shot that went wide at 92:01. Morgan followed suit with a shot 1:31 later that the Tiger defense blocked and senior Katie Oakes had a wide shot 14 seconds later later. Less than a minute following Oakes’ shot, Kevorkian fired off another one that went wide and Morgan followed up with a shot that Howard had to save. Just over two minutes later, Kevorkian’s scored off a cross from Morgan at 97:03 for her fifth gamewinner of the season. Cal outshot Auburn, 22-12, including a 6-0 outshooting in overtime. Pellegrini had five saves while the Tigers’ Howard had six. Morgan paced the Bears with 10 shots, five of which were on goal, while Kevorkian had five all together and two on goal. 1. 32:23 Cal: Alex Morgan (14) (unassisted) 2. 58:30 AU: Heather Havron (1) (unassisted) 3. 97:03 Cal: Lisa Kevorkian (8) (Alex Morgan) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves AU: Amy Howard (97:03)................. 2............... 6 Cal: Gina Pellegrini (97:03).............. 1............... 4 AU Cal Shots................................... 12....................... 22 Corners.................................. 9......................... 3 Saves..................................... 6......................... 5 Fouls.................................... 14......................... 7 Offsides................................. 4......................... 1

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - California saw its 2009 campaign and NCAA Tournament hopes come to an end with a 3-0 loss at the hands of No. 1-seed and host Florida State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday afternoon at the Seminole Soccer Complex. The Seminoles (184-1) scored two first-half goals to build an insurmountable lead over the Golden Bears (11-9-1). Lisa Kevorkian, who had five shots and a goal against Auburn, had the first attempt 1:20 into the game with a shot that went wide. Alex Morgan forced the first save for either side in the ninth minute with a shot that FSU keeper Erin McNulty grabbed. Emily Shibata had a wide shot at 11:48 and then another shot that McNulty saved at 13:50 The Seminoles’ first shot on goal came a few seconds into the 16th minute, but Cal goalie Gina Pellegrini was there with the save. Florida State scored the first goal of the game at 33:03 with a goal from Jessica Price with Amanda DaCosta on the assist. A shot deflected off Pellegrini, Price collected and slipped the ball inside the left post from 10 yards out to give FSU a 1-0 lead. Following Florida State’s first goal, neither squad took a shot until 40:18, when Tiffany McCarty fired one off to find the back of the net with DaCosta again assisting. McCarty took off on a long run and shot a deflected pass to the upper left corner to distance FSU, 2-0 with less than five minutes to play in the first half. With the Seminoles leading, 2-0, it took 11 minutes of play at the beginning of the second half for either team to fire off a shot when Pellegrini made a save on a shot from FSU’s Tori Huster. The next Florida State shot resulted in a goal with a header from Toni Pressley in the 74th minute. Becky Edwards and Lauren Switzer teamed to redirect a corner kick and Pressley headed it in to give the Seminoles a 3-0 lead. In the final 15 minutes, the Bears fired off three shots with one from Lisa Kevorkian (74:03), Alex Morgan (82:13) and Samantha Walker (89:33), all of which resulted in a McNulty save. The game concluded the Golden Bear careers for Rosie Aguilera, Brianna Bak, Torrey Delaplane, Lisa Kevorkian, Katie Oakes and Gina Pellegrini. 1. 33:03 FS: Jessica Price (15) (Amanda DaCosta) 2. 40:18  FS: Tiffany McCarty (17) (Amanda DaCosta) 3. 73:12  FS: Toni Pressley (2) (Becky Edwards; Lauren Switzer) Goalkeepers................................GA.......Saves Cal: Gina Pellegrini (90:00).............. 3............... 2 FS: Erin McNulty (90:00).................. 0............... 5 Cal FS Shots..................................... 8......................... 8 Corners.................................. 6......................... 4 Saves..................................... 2......................... 5 Fouls.................................... 15......................... 4 Offsides................................. 2......................... 3


Cal NCAA Tournament Results (13-17-1 overall) Year

Final Result

Round

Site

Opponent

Result

1983 5th place (tie) First Berkeley Cincinnati W Quarterfinal Chapel Hill, NC North Carolina L 1984 4th place First Berkeley UC Santa Barbara W Quarterfinal Berkeley Colorado College W Semifinal Chapel Hill, NC North Carolina L Consolation Chapel Hill, NC Massachusetts L 1986 5th place (tie) First Berkeley Cal State Hayward W Quarterfinal Colorado Springs, CO Colorado College L 1987 3rd place (tie) First Bye Quarterfinal Berkeley UC Santa Barbara W Semifinal Amherst, MA North Carolina L 1988 3rd place (tie) First Berkeley Saint Mary’s W Quarterfinal Colorado Springs, CO Colorado College W Semifinal Chapel Hill, NC North Carolina State L 1993 9th place (tie) First Stanford, CA Stanford L 1998 33rd place (tie) First Stockton, CA Pacific L 1999 33rd place (tie) First Provo, UT Brigham Young L 2000 17th place (tie) First Bye Second Berkeley Santa Clara L 2001 33rd place (tie) First Stanford, CA Saint Mary’s L 2002 17th place (tie) First Stanford, CA Denver W Second Stanford, CA Stanford L 2004 33rd place (tie) First Santa Clara, CA Santa Clara L 2005 9th place (tie) First Austin, TX Rice W Second Austin, TX UTEP W Third Tallahassee, FL Florida State L 2006 17th place (tie) First Tallahassee, FL Auburn W Second Tallahassee, FL Florida State L 2007 17th place (tie) First Stanford, CA Santa Clara W Second Stanford, CA Stanford T 2008 33rd place (tie) First Gainesville, FL Florida L 2009 17th place (tie) First Tallahassee, FL Auburn W Second Tallahassee, FL Florida State L

Score 5-0 5-2 2-0 1-0 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 4-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 4-0 2-0 2-1 (OT) 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 3-2 2-0 1-0 (OT) 2-1 2-0 2-1 2-1 3-1 3-1 2-0 1-1 (2OT) Stanford 7-6 PKs 2-1 2-1 (OT) 3-0

Bears in Pros/Hall of Fame Former International Golden Bears Brandi Chastain: Olympic team member (1996, 2000, 2004); U.S. World Cup team member (1991, 1999) Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett: Olympic team member (1996, 2000, 2004); U.S. World Cup team member (1991, 1995, 1999, 2003) Mary Harvey: Olympic team member (1996); U.S. World Cup team member (1991, 1995) Laura Schott: U.S. senior national team member (2001 Algarve Cup)

Bears in the Professional Ranks Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett: San Diego Spirit (WUSA) Tracy Hamm: California Storm (WPSL), Atlanta Beat (WPS) Mary Harvey: Chief Operating Officer for Women’s Professional Soccer Laura Schott: Washington Freedom (WUSA); California Storm (WPSL) Kimberly Yokers: FC Gold Pride (WPS); California Storm (WPSL) Maite Zabala: Atlanta Beat, Philadelphia Charge and Carolina Courage (WUSA)

Bears in the Cal athletic hall of fame Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett (inducted 1997) Lesle Gallimore (inducted 1995) Mary Harvey (inducted 2000)

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California Records Team – Season

Individual – Season

Most Wins 17 2000 Fewest Losses 1 1987 Highest Winning Percentage .941 1987 Most Goals 58 1987 Most Assists 50 1987 Most Points 178 1987 Most Saves 118 1994 Most Shutouts 14 1988, ’05 Highest Goals-Per-Game Avg. 3.41 1987 Fewest Goals Allowed 11 1987, ’89, ’05 Fewest Times Shut Out 1 1987, ’00 Lowest Goals-Against Avg. 0.47 2005 Consecutive Wins 16 1987 Longest Unbeaten Streak 16 1987 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal 20 2000 Consecutive Shutouts Posted 7 1984

Most Goals 23, Laura Schott 2000 23, Joy Biefeld 1987 Most Assists 14, Brandi Chastain 1986 Most Points 54, Joy Biefeld 1987 Most Saves 107, Karen Cook 1994 Lowest Goals-Against Average 0.45, Noreen Paris 1985 Most Shutouts 11, Karen Cook 1996 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal 8, Laura Schott 2000 8, Robyn Queen 1984 Consecutive Games With an Assist 5, Brandi Chastain 1986 Consecutive Games Scoring a Point 11, Brandi Chastain 1986

Team – Game Most Goals 12 vs. James Madison 9/1/00 Most Assists 9 vs. Portland State 9/6/96 9 vs. James Madison 9/1/00 Most Points 33 vs. James Madison 9/1/00 Most Saves 14 vs. Washington St. 10/7/94 14 vs. North Carolina 11/17/84 Largest Victory Margin 12 vs. James Madison 9/1/00

Individual – Game Most Goals 4, Laura Schott vs. James Madison 9/1/00 4, Brittany Kirk vs. San Francisco 8/28/99 3, Alex Morgan vs. Nevada 8/21/09 3, Alex Morgan vs. Oregon 10/12/08 3, Alex Morgan vs. Saint Mary’s 9/28/07 3, Sierra Schlesinger vs. Pacific 9/26/04 3, Liz Eisenberg vs. San Jose State 9/12/04 3, Laura Schott vs. Arizona 11/8/02 3, Tracy Hamm vs. Fresno State 9/22/02 3, Laura Schott vs. San Diego 10/1/00 3, Regina Holan vs. Arizona 10/17/99 3, Stacy Shearer vs. N. Illinois 9/5/98 3, Erika Hinton vs. San Diego 9/27/92 3, Erika Hinton vs. Washington St. 9/22/91 3, Valerie Pope vs. Cent. Florida 9/23/90 3, Joy Biefeld vs. UC Davis 10/4/89 3, Starr Dawson vs. San Francisco 9/19/89 3, Joy Biefeld vs. Adelphi 11/1/87 3, Joy Biefeld vs. UC San Diego 10/18/87 3, Joy Biefeld vs. Wisconsin 11/1/86 3, Andrea Rodebaugh vs. Chico St. 10/28/86 3, Tucka Healy vs. L.B. State 9/5/85 Most Assists 4, Joy Biefeld vs. Florida Intl. 9/24/89 Most Points 9, Laura Schott vs. James Madison 9/1/00 8, Brittany Kirk vs. San Francisco 8/28/99 7, Laura Schott vs. Arizona 11/8/02 7, Joy Biefeld vs. UC Davis 10/4/89 7, Tucka Healy vs. L.B. State 9/5/85 Most Saves 14, Karen Cook vs. Washington St. 10/7/94

Individual – Career Most Goals 56, Laura Schott 1999-02 Most Assists 23, Joy Biefeld 1986-89 Most Points 133, Joy Biefeld 1986-89 Most Saves 277, Maite Zabala 1997-00 Lowest Goals-Against Average 0.46, Noreen Paris 1985-88 Most Shutouts 26.5, Maite Zabala 1997-00

Individual Career Leaders Goals 1. Laura Schott 2. Joy Biefeld 3. Tucka Healy 4. Alex Morgan Erika Hinton 5. Winnie Burns Andrea Rodebaugh

56 55 45 31 31 25 25

1999-02 1986-89 1982-85 20071990-93 1985-88 1984-87

Assists 1. Joy Biefeld 2. Brittany Kirk Natalie Stuhlmueller 4. Dania Cabello Erika Hinton

23 20 20 18 18

1986-89 1999-02 1997-00 2002-05 1990-93

Points 1. Joy Biefeld 2. Laura Schott 3. Erika Hinton Tucka Healy 5. Alex Morgan

133 128 80 80 77

1986-89 1999-02 1990-93 1982-85 2007-

Saves 1. Maite Zabala 2. Karen Cook 3. Mary Harvey 4. Gina Pellegrini 5. Jennifer Netherwood

277 273 156 155 143

1997-00 1993-96 1983-86 2006-09 1989-92

Goals-Against Avg. 1. Noreen Paris 2. Linn Gassaway 3. Ashley Sulprizio Mara Bloom 5. Mary Harvey

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1985-88 1987-88 2002-05 1989-90 1983-86

Shutouts 1. Maite Zabala 2. Karen Cook 3. Ashley Sulprizio Mary Harvey 5. Anna Key Gina Pellegrini

26.5 22 20 20 15 15

1997-00 1993-96 2002-05 1983-86 2003-06 2006-09

Individual Season Leaders Goals 1. Laura Schott Joy Biefeld 3. Joy Biefeld 4. Laura Schott Brandi Chastain Tucka Healy

23 23 17 15 15 15

2000 1987 1989 2001 1986 1985

14 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

1986 1990 2009 2008 2000 1999 1999 1991 1987

54 47 44 41 36

1987 2000 1986 1989 2009

107 85 84 81 71

1994 1995 1999 1998 1986

Assists 1. Brandi Chastain 2. Erika Hinton 3. Alex Morgan Megan Jesolva Kyla Sabo Natalie Stuhlmueller Laura Schott Katie Anderson Joy Biefeld

Points 1. Joy Biefeld 2. Laura Schott 3. Brandi Chastain 4. Joy Biefeld 5. Alex Morgan

Saves 1. Karen Cook 2. Karen Cook 3. Maite Zabala 4. Maite Zabala 5. Mary Harvey

Goals-Against Avg. 1. Noreen Paris 2. Ashley Sulprizio 3. Anna Key 4. Noreen Paris 5. Mara Bloom

0.45 0.47 0.49 0.53 0.54

1985 2005 2004 1988 1989

Shutouts 1. Karen Cook 2. Ashley Sulprizio 3. Maite Zabala 4. Maite Zabala Noreen Paris Mary Harvey

11 10 9.5 9 9 9

1996 2005 2000 1998 1985 1984


Year-by-Year Leaders Goals Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name Number Tucka Healy................................... 14 Robyn Queen................................. 10 Tucka Healy................................... 15 Brandi Chastain............................. 15 Joy Biefeld..................................... 23 Winnie Burns................................. 11 Joy Biefeld..................................... 17 Devon Fitzpatrick............................. 8 Lisa Cot........................................... 5 Devon Fitzpatrick............................. 5 Erika Hinton..................................... 5 Erika Hinton................................... 14 Erika Hinton..................................... 9 Stephanie Harten............................. 3 Tiffani Hobbs................................... 3 Allie Kemp....................................... 3 Rachel Davidson.............................. 5 Kim Brown....................................... 6 Rachel Davidson.............................. 6 Mary Oades..................................... 6 Courtney Carroll.............................. 6 Kyla Sabo........................................ 8 Laura Schott.................................. 11 Laura Schott.................................. 23 Laura Schott.................................. 15 Tracy Hamm.................................... 9 Kassie Doubrava............................. 3 Kimberly Yokers............................... 3 Liz Eisenberg................................... 9 Liz Eisenberg................................. 11 Katie Ratican................................... 6 Julia Schnugg.................................. 6 Alex Morgan................................... 8 Alex Morgan................................... 9 Alex Morgan................................. 14

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Name Number Not Available.................................... Trudi Sharpsteen............................. 7 Katharin Gustafson.......................... 4 Tucka Healy..................................... 4 Brandi Chastain............................. 14 Joy Biefeld....................................... 8 Andrea Rodebaugh......................... 7 Joy Biefeld....................................... 7 Erika Hinton..................................... 9 Katie Anderson................................ 8 Devon Fitzpatrick............................. 5 Erika Hinton..................................... 5 Alexis Thompson............................. 5 Alisha Lopez.................................... 3 Allie Kemp....................................... 4 Natalie Mariani................................. 6 Courtney Carroll.............................. 6 Amy Balavac.................................... 4 Natalie Stuhlmueller......................... 4 Laura Schott.................................... 8 Natalie Stuhlmueller......................... 8 Kyla Sabo........................................ 8 Brittany Kirk..................................... 7 Kim Stocklmeir................................ 7 Dania Cabello ................................. 7 Amy Willison.................................... 4

Assists

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chioma Igwe.................................... 5 Stephanie Wieger............................ 5 Katie Ratican................................... 6 Nadia Al-Lami.................................. 3 Lisa Kevorkian................................. 3 Katie Ratican................................... 3 Stephanie Wieger............................ 3 Caitlin Hannegan............................. 3 Katie Oakes..................................... 3 Stephanie Wieger............................ 3 Megan Jesolva............................... 8 Alex Morgan................................... 8

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name Number Not Available.................................... Robyn Queen................................. 22 Tucka Healy................................... 34 Brandi Chastain............................. 44 Joy Biefeld..................................... 54 Winnie Burns................................. 24 Joy Biefeld..................................... 41 Devon Fitzpatrick........................... 19 Katie Anderson.............................. 16 Erika Hinton................................... 29 Erika Hinton................................... 23 Allie Kemp....................................... 7 Allie Kemp..................................... 12 Kim Brown..................................... 14 Rachel Davidson............................ 14 Mary Oades................................... 14 Courtney Carroll............................ 18 Kyla Sabo...................................... 18 Laura Schott.................................. 30 Laura Schott.................................. 47 Laura Schott.................................. 33 Tracy Hamm.................................. 18 Laura Schott.................................. 18 Kassie Doubrava............................. 8 Amy Willison.................................... 8 Kimberly Yokers............................... 8 Liz Eisenberg................................. 21 Liz Eisenberg................................. 26 Katie Ratican................................. 15 Alex Morgan................................. 18 Alex Morgan................................. 23 Alex Morgan................................. 36

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Name Number Not Available.................................... Mary Harvey.................................. 54 Mary Harvey.................................. 31 Mary Harvey.................................. 71 Linn Gassaway.............................. 35 Noreen Paris.................................. 38 Mara Bloom................................... 24 Mara Bloom................................... 56 Jennifer Netherwood..................... 54 Jennifer Netherwood..................... 47 Kyla Schmedding.......................... 66 Karen Cook.................................. 107 Karen Cook.................................... 85 Karen Cook.................................... 69 Maite Zabala.................................. 47 Maite Zabala.................................. 81 Maite Zabala.................................. 84 Maite Zabala.................................. 65 Mallory Moser................................ 69 Sani Post ...................................... 59

Points

Saves

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Anna Key....................................... 52 Ashley Sulprizio............................. 45 Ashley Sulprizio............................. 47 Anna Key....................................... 36 Gina Pellegrini.............................. 53 Gina Pellegrini.............................. 48 Gina Pellegrini.............................. 42

Goals-Against Avg. Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name Number Not Available.................................... Mary Harvey............................... 0.94 Noreen Paris............................... 0.45 Mary Harvey............................... 0.55 Linn Gassaway........................... 0.63 Noreen Paris............................... 0.53 Mara Bloom................................ 0.54 Mara Bloom................................ 0.94 Jennifer Netherwood.................. 1.09 Jennifer Netherwood.................. 1.07 Kyla Schmedding....................... 1.05 Karen Cook................................. 1.65 Karen Cook................................. 1.44 Karen Cook................................. 0.66 Jill Stephenson........................... 0.92 Maite Zabala............................... 0.97 Maite Zabala............................... 1.04 Maite Zabala............................... 0.64 Mallory Moser............................. 1.08 Sani Post.................................... 0.94 Anna Key.................................... 1.16 Anna Key.................................... 0.49 Ashley Sulprizio.......................... 0.47 Anna Key.................................... 0.75 Gina Pellegrini............................. 0.95 Jorden Kussmann....................... 0.66 Rosie Aguilera............................. 0.84

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name Number Not Available.................................... Mary Harvey.................................... 9 Noreen Paris.................................... 9 Mary Harvey.................................... 7 Linn Gassaway................................ 7 Noreen Paris.................................... 5 Mara Bloom..................................... 3 Jennifer Netherwood....................... 4 Jennifer Netherwood....................... 2 Kyla Schmedding............................ 2 Jennifer Netherwood....................... 3 Kyla Schmedding............................ 5 Karen Cook...................................... 5 Karen Cook...................................... 5 Karen Cook.................................... 11 Jill Stephenson................................ 4 Maite Zabala.................................... 9 Maite Zabala.................................... 6 Maite Zabala................................. 9.5 Mallory Moser.................................. 5 Sani Post......................................... 4 Anna Key......................................... 5 Ashley Sulprizio .............................. 6 Ashley Sulprizio............................. 10 Anna Key......................................... 7 Gina Pellegrini.................................. 5 Gina Pellegrini.................................. 4 Rosie Aguilera.................................. 2 Gina Pellegrini.................................. 2

Shutouts

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Cal Honors & Awards NSCAA All-American 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1993 2000

Lesle Gallimore Lesle Gallimore (second team) Katharin Gustafson (third team) Tucka Healy (third team) Lesle Gallimore Trudi Sharpsteen (second team) Lesle Gallimore (second team) Tucka Healy (third team) Katharin Gustafson Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Denise Garcia (second team) Kathy Ridgewell (third team) Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Valerie Pope (second team) Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Valerie Pope (second team) Erika Hinton (second team) Laura Schott

Soccer America MVP 2000 Laura Schott

Soccer Buzz All-American 2000 2001 2005 2007

Laura Schott Tami Pivnick (third team) Laura Schott (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team)

Soccer Times 2005 Courtney Hooker (third team)

CollegeSoccer. com All-American 2001 Laura Schott (second team)

Freshman All-American 1990 2004 2007

Erika Hinton Courtney Hooker (Soccer Buzz) Megan Jesolva (Soccer Buzz, second team) Alex Morgan (Soccer Buzz, second team)

Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup 2007 Anna Key

All-Conference* 1982 Janet Coffey Jodi Fechner Lesle Gallimore Katharin Gustafson Trudi Sharpsteen Jenny Thomas 1995 Rachel Davidson (second team) Alisha Lopez (second team) 1996 Allie Kemp Berkley Bowers (second team) Kim Brown (second team) Rachel Davidson (second team) 1997 Kim Brown Courtney Carroll (second team) Ryan McManus (second team) Maite Zabala (second team) 1998 Natalie Stuhlmueller Maite Zabala Ryan McManus (second team) 1999 Natalie Stuhlmueller Maite Zabala Laura Schott (second team) 2000 Laura Schott Tami Pivnick (second team) Natalie Stuhlmueller (second team) 2001 Laura Schott Mallory Moser (second team) Kimberly Yokers (second team) 2002 Laura Schott Kimberly Yokers 2003 Kimberly Yokers Ashley Valenzuela (second team) 2004 Courtney Hooker (second team) 2005 Courtney Hooker Liz Eisenberg (second team) Tracy Hamm (second team) Caroline Lea (second team) 2006 Nadia Al-Lami (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Caroline Lea (second team) 2007 Courtney Hooker Caitlin Hannegan (second team) 2009 Alex Morgan (first team) Katie Oakes (second team) Katrin Omarsdottir (honorable mention) Brianna Bak (honorable mention) * Pac-10 began sponsoring women’s soccer in 1995

Pac-10 All-Freshman Team 2006 Kelly Menachof 2007 Megan Jesolva Alex Morgan

Pac-10 Coach of the Year 2005 Kevin Boyd

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NSCAA All-Region 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009

Lesle Gallimore Tucka Healy Andrea Rodenbaugh Trudi Sharpsteen Jenny Thomas Brandi Chastain Katharin Gustafson Mary Harvey Lori Lammle Andrea Rodenbaugh Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Denise Garcia Kathy Ridgewell Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Valerie Pope Jill Scarcia Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Valerie Pope Andrea Archer (second team) Jill Scarcia (second team) Valerie Pope Devon Fitzpatrick (second team) Devon Fitzpatrick Erika Hinton Molly Goodwin (second team) Erika Hinton Devon Fitzpatrick (second team) Erika Hinton Sonia Freeman (second team) Stephanie Harten (second team) Allie Kemp (third team) Kim Brown Natalie Stuhlmueller (second team) Natalie Stuhlmueller (third team) Laura Schott Tami Pivnick (third team) Laura Schott (second team) Kimberly Yokers (third team) Kimberly Yokers (second team) Laura Schott (third team) Kimberly Yokers (second team) Courtney Hooker (third team) Tracy Hamm (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Caroline Lea (third team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Courtney Hooker Alex Morgan (second team) Brianna Bak (third team) Katie Oakes (third team) Katrin Omarsdottir (third team)


Soccer Buzz All-West 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Berkley Bowers (third team) Kim Brown (second team) Natalie Stuhlmueller (second team) Laura Schott (second team) Natalie Stuhlmueller (third team) Laura Schott Tami Pivnick (third team) Laura Schott Kimberly Yokers (third team) Laura Schott (third team) Kimberly Yokers (third team) Kimberly Yokers (third team) Courtney Hooker (third team) Courtney Hooker Tracy Hamm (second team) Liz Eisenberg (third team) Nadia Al-Lami (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Alivia Mazura (third team) Courtney Hooker Megan Jesolva (second team) Alex Morgan (third team) Alex Morgan (second team) Katie Oakes (third team) Danielle Brunace (all-freshman) Katrin Omarsdottir (all-freshman)

National Player of the Year 87-88 Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett

National Goalkeeper of the Year 1986 Mary Harvey

National Freshman of the Year

U.S. Olympic Team 1996 2000 2004

Brandi Chastain Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Mary Harvey Brandi Chastain Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Brandi Chastain Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett

U.S. World Cup Team 1991 1995 1999 2003

Brandi Chastain Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Mary Harvey Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Mary Harvey Brandi Chastain Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett

Pac-10 All-Academic 1993 1994 1995 1996 1999 2000

Kerry Benefield Erika Hinton Alexis Thompson Kerry Benefield Karen Cook (second team) Rachel Davidson (second team) Rachel Davidson Karen Cook (second team) Karen Cook Rachel Davidson Tami Pivnick (second team) Jill Stephenson (second team) Maite Zabala (second team) Brittany Kirk Tami Pivnick Shanon McNab (second team) Lee Ann Morton (second team) Kim Stocklmeir (second team)

2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008

Brittany Kirk Kim Stocklmeir Shannon McNab (second team) Katie Pittman (second team) Brittany Kirk Sani Post Sierra Schlesinger (second team) Kim Stocklmeir (second team) Kimberly Yokers (second team) Jenny Wendell Anna Key (second team) Jenny Wendell (first team) Anna Key (second team) Courtney Hooker (second team) Lisa Kevorkian (second team) Brianna Bak (honorable mention) Katherine Daiss (honorable mention) Nkechi Kanu (honorable mention) Alex Morgan (honorable mention) Katie Oakes (honorable mention) Gina Pellegrini (honorable mention) Nikki Schrey (honorable mention) Emily Shibata (honorable mention) 2009 Lisa Kevorkian (second team) Brianna Bak (honorable mention) Katie Benz (honorable mention) Danielle Brunache (honorable mention) Megan Jesolva (honorable mention) Alex Morgan (honorable mention) Katie Oakes (honorable mention) Katrin Omarsdottir (honorable mention) Gina Pellegrini (honorable mention) Emily Shibata (honorable mention) Miranda White (honorable mention)

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Coach Pat Keohane Bill Merrell Bill Merrell Bill Merrell Peter Reynaud Jean-Paul Verhees Jean-Paul Verhees Bill Merrell Bill Merrell Andy Bonchonsky Andy Bonchonsky Andy Bonchonsky Andy Bonchonsky Andy Bonchonsky Andy Bonchonsky Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Kevin Boyd Neil McGuire Neil McGuire Neil McGuire

Totals

Record 6-0-0 10-2-3 13-5-1 13-4-2 16-3-1 16-1-0 16-5-2 14-3-1 11-6-1 9-8-0 8-8-2 10-4-4 5-9-4 8-10-1 13-3-2 11-7-1 13-8-0 13-7-1 17-3-1 12-7-2 12-8-1 7-8-4 11-6-3 16-4-2 12-5-5 15-5-1 10-9-1 11-9-1 328-157-47 (.661)

Pac-10 Rec. (Place) - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-4-0 (T5th) 5-2-0 (2nd) 6-3-0 (4th) 7-2-0 (T1st) 6-3-0 (4th) 7-2-0 (2nd) 4-4-1 (T5th) 4-5-0 (T6th) 2-6-1 (T9th) 4-3-2 (T4th) 7-1-1 (2nd) 3-3-3 (6th) 6-3-0 (T3rd) 3-5-1 (6th) 4-5 (T6th) 71-51-9 (.576)

Boyd’s totals..................................................................................124-63-20 (.647) Merrell’s totals....................................................................................61-20-8 (.730) Bonchonsky’s totals.........................................................................53-42-13 (.551) Verhees’ totals......................................................................................32-6-2 (.825) Reynaud’s totals...................................................................................16-3-1 (.825) McGuire’s totals....................................................................... 36-23-3 (.605) Keohane’s totals...................................................................................6-0-0 (1.000)

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Adelphi............................. 2-0-0........... W2 Air Force........................... 1-0-0........... W1 Arizona.......................... 13-0-2........... W3 Arizona State.................. 7-4-2........... W1 Arkansas........................... 2-0-0........... W2 Auburn.............................. 2-0-0........... W2 Boise State....................... 2-0-0........... W2 Boston College................. 2-0-0........... W2 Brigham Young................. 1-3-0........... W1 Buffalo University............. 1-0-0........... W1 Cal Poly............................ 3-2-0.............L1 CSU Bakersfield............... 1-0-0........... W1 CSU Dominguez Hills....... 3-0-1........... W1 CSU Fullerton................... 0-3-1.............L2 CSU Hayward................... 6-3-0........... W2 CSU Northridge...................1-0-0............W1 Central Florida.................. 2-0-0........... W2 Chico State....................... 5-0-0........... W5 Cincinnati.......................... 2-0-0........... W2 Colgate............................. 2-0-0........... W2 Colorado........................... 2-0-0........... W2 Colorado College............. 9-4-2........... W3 Colorado State................. 1-0-0........... W1 Columbia.......................... 1-0-0........... W1 Connecticut...................... 1-4-0.............L2 Cortland State.................. 0-1-0.............L1 Creighton.......................... 1-0-0........... W1 Dartmouth........................ 1-0-0........... W1 Dayton.............................. 2-0-0........... W2 Denver.............................. 1-0-0........... W1 Duke................................. 1-1-0.............L1 Florida............................... 0-1-0.............L1 Florida International.......... 1-0-0........... W2 Florida State..................... 0-3-0.............L3 Fresno State.................... 4-0-0........... W4 George Mason.................. 1-2-0........... W1 Hartford............................ 3-2-0.............L1

Hawaii.............................. 1-0-0........... W1 Indiana.............................. 1-0-0........... W1 James Madison................ 1-0-0........... W1 Kansas.............................. 2-0-0........... W2 Kent State......................... 1-0-0........... W1 Long Beach State........... 2-0-0........... W2 Loyola Marymount.......... 0-1-0.............L1 Marquette......................... 1-0-0........... W1 Massachusetts................. 1-3-2........... W1 Metro State....................... 1-0-0........... W1 Michigan . ........................ 1-0-1........... W1 Missouri............................ 2-2-1........... W1 Montana........................... 3-0-1........... W1 Navy................................. 1-0-0........... W1 Nevada............................. 1-0-0........... W1 New Mexico...................... 1-0-0........... W1 North Carolina.................. 0-9-0.............L9 North Carolina State......... 1-2-0........... W1 UNC Greensboro.............. 1-0-0........... W1 Northern Colorado........... 1-0-0........... W1 Northern Illinois................ 1-0-0........... W1 Northwestern.................... 0-1-0.............L1 Ohio State........................ 1-1-0.............L1 Oregon........................... 11-1-1........... W3 Oregon State................. 16-2-1........... W5 Pacific.............................. 5-1-0........... W3 Pennsylvania.................... 2-0-0........... W2 Pepperdine....................... 0-0-2.............T2 Portland........................... 3-5-2.............L4 Portland State.................. 1-1-0.............L1 Princeton.......................... 0-0-1.............T1 Providence....................... 1-0-0........... W1 Purdue ............................. 1-0-0........... W1 Puget Sound..................... 2-0-0........... W2 Rice.................................. 1-0-0........... W1 Sacramento State............. 1-1-0.............L1 Saint Joseph’s.................. 1-0-0........... W1 Saint Mary’s ................. 14-8-3........... W4

San Diego . ...................... 2-1-2........... W1 San Diego State............... 6-3-0........... W3 San Francisco............... 10-3-2........... W1 San Francisco State......... 9-0-0........... W9 San Jose State................. 4-0-0........... W4 Santa Clara.................. 17-13-4............ T1 Sonoma State................... 6-0-1........... W6 Southern Methodist.......... 4-0-0........... W4 Stanford....................... 11-14-4.............L2 Tennessee......................... 1-0-0........... W1 Texas................................ 2-2-0........... W1 Texas A&M........................ 3-2-0........... W1 Texas Christian................. 1-0-0........... W1 Tulsa................................. 0-0-1.............T1 UC Davis.......................... 7-0-1.............T1 UC Irvine.......................... 8-0-0........... W8 UCLA.............................. 4-12-0.............L5 UC San Diego................... 2-0-0........... W2 UC Santa Barbara.......... 10-5-3........... W2 UNLV................................ 1-0-0........... W1 USC.................................. 5-9-1.............L3 U.S. International.............. 3-0-0........... W3 Utah.................................. 3-0-0........... W3 UTEP................................ 1-0-0........... W1 Vanderbilt......................... 0-0-1.............T1 Vermont............................ 2-0-0........... W2 Virginia.............................. 0-1-0.............L1 Wake Forest..................... 2-1-0.............L1 Washington................... 8-11-0.............L2 Washington State......... 11-6-3.............L2 Western Washington........ 2-0-0........... W2 Westmont......................... 1-0-0........... W1 William & Mary.................. 1-0-0........... W1 Wisconsin......................... 4-2-0........... W2 Xavier................................ 1-0-0........... W1 Yale................................... 1-0-0........... W1

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Year-By-Year Results 1982

Coach: Pat Keohane Record: 6-0-0 10-15 ^Metro State W 10-16 ^Colorado State W 10-17 at Colorado College W 10-22 at Santa Clara W 10-25 #Santa Clara W 10-30 Colorado College W ^ = at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO # = Played at College of Marin (CA)

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

Coach: Bill Merrell Record: 10-2-3 NCAA Quarterfinals 0-0 7-0 5-0 2-1 (OT) 0-0 6-0 7-1 2-1 6-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 4-2 5-0 5-2

9-3 at CSU Hayward 9-6 at CSU Dom. Hills 9-7 at Long Beach State 9-13 at San Francisco State 9-18 at Boston College 9-20 at Connecticut 9-23 San Francisco 9-26 Portland 9-30 at UC Davis 10-3 Santa Clara 10-5 at Sonoma State 10-13 No. Colorado 10-15 Saint Mary’s 10-18 at Stanford 10-25 UC Santa Barbara 10-28 CSU Chico 10-31 ^Colorado College 11-1 ^Wisconsin 11-8 *CSU Hayward 11-15 *Colorado College ^ = at Women’s Soccer Cup, Santa Barbara, CA * = NCAA Tournament

9-5 UC Santa Barbara W 9-8 CSU Hayward W 9-15 at Stanford W 9-20 ^George Mason L 9-22 ^Connecticut L 9-22 ^Massachusetts T 9-23 ^Cortland State W 9-28 Saint Mary’s W 10-6 at Sonoma State W 10-13 Santa Clara W 10-20 UC Davis W 10-23 San Francisco State W 10-26 #Westmont W 10-27 #CSU Dom. Hills W 10-28 #Colorado College W 11-4 *UC Santa Barbara W 11-11 *Colorado College W 11-17 *North Carolina L 11-18 *Massachusetts L ^ = at Tournament of Champions, Cortland, NY # = at Nike Cup, Santa Barbara, CA * = NCAA Tournament

1985

^Long Beach State ^Western Wash. ^Sonoma State San Francisco State Sonoma State at Colorado College at North Carolina at George Mason Stanford at Saint Mary’s CSU Hayward UC Davis

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

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

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

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

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

1988

Coach: Jean-Paul Verhees Record: 16-5-2 NCAA Semifinals

Coach: Bill Merrell Record: 13-4-2 9-5 9-6 9-7 9-10 9-13 9-19 9-21 9-22 9-27 10-1 10-4 10-11

9-5 CSU Dom. Hills 9-16 San Francisco State 9-18 at Central Florida 9-20 $Cincinnati 9-25 at UC Santa Barbara 10-3 Sonoma State 10-6 at Saint Mary’s 10-9 Stanford 10-11 UC Davis 10-14 CSU Hayward 10-17 $UC Irvine 10-18 $UC San Diego 10-24 at Santa Clara 10-31 $Colorado 11-1 $Adelphi 11-15 *UC Santa Barbara 11-21 *North Carolina $ = Neutral Site Match * = NCAA Tournament

8-0 4-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 2-1 (OT) 22-0 4-0 0-0 3-2 2-0

8-31 9-4 9-6 9-9 9-11 9-13 9-15 9-17 9-18 9-24 9-25 9-30 10-6 10-9 10-11 10-14

at CSU Chico Saint Mary’s at UC Davis Western Wash. Santa Clara at San Francisco State at NC State at North Carolina $George Mason $Florida International $US International at CSU Hayward Puget Sound Portland San Francisco UC Santa Barbara

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1989

Coach: Jean-Paul Verhees Record: 16-1-0 NCAA Semifinals 2-1 3-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-0 3-1 2-0 3-2 6-0 3-0 5-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 4-1

W T L W W W L

Coach: Bill Merrell Record: 14-3-1

1987

1984

Coach: Bill Merrell Record: 13-5-1 NCAA Semifinals

10-16 UC Davis 10-22 at Stanford 10-25 at Saint Mary’s 11-1 at Santa Clara 11-5 *Saint Mary’s 11-12 *Colorado College 11-19 *NC State $ = Neutral Site Match * = NCAA Tournament

1986

Coach: Peter Reynaud Record: 16-3-1 NCAA Quarterfinals

1983

9-2 Sonoma State T 9-8 UC Santa Barbara W 9-17 San Francisco State W 9-22 ^Connecticut L 9-23 ^Massachusetts T 9-24 ^Adelphi W 10-1 Stanford W 10-4 CSU Chico W 10-7 #UC San Diego W 10-11 at Saint Mary’s T 10-18 at Santa Clara W 10-22 at UC Santa Barbara W 10-29 CSU Hayward W 11-6 *Cincinnati W 11-19 *North Carolina L ^ = at Tournament of Champions, Cortland, NY # = at All-Cal Tournament, Irvine, CA * = NCAA Tournament

10-17 San Francisco W 4-0 10-20 at Santa Clara W 4-2 10-23 at CSU Chico W 1-0 10-26 CSU Dom. Hills W 2-0 11-1 #Texas A&M W 3-0 11-2 #Vermont W 3-0 11-3 #UC Santa Barbara T 0-0 ^ = at West Coast Soccer Classic, Chico, CA # = at Nike Cup, Santa Barbara, CA

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

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

9-2 9-3 9-5 9-8 9-9 9-13 9-15 9-19 9-23 9-24 9-28 10-4 10-12 10-15 10-20 10-22 10-26 10-28

at Oregon State at Portland San Francisco State UC Irvine CSU Chico Santa Clara Texas Christian San Francisco NC State U.S. International Saint Mary’s UC Davis at Santa Clara Stanford at UC Santa Barbara at UC Irvine CSU Hayward Wisconsin

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

6-0 3-0 1-0 3-0 2-1 3-2 2-0 5-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 6-0 2-1 0-0 (OT) 2-1 4-0 3-1 2-1 (OT)

1990

Coach: Bill Berrell Record: 11-6-1 8-29 Sonoma State W 9-1 $Wisconsin L 9-3 at Portland T 9-6 Washington State W 9-10 Oregon State W 9-15 at Massachusetts L 9-16 ^Boston College W 9-18 at Hartford W 9-23 Central Florida W 9-26 at Santa Clara L 10-3 at Stanford L 10-7 at Saint Mary’s L 10-12 Portland W 10-18 at San Diego State W 10-20 at U.S. International W 10-21 at UC Irvine W 10-24 at San Francisco W 10-27 UC Santa Barbara L $ = Neutral Site Match, Portland, OR ^ = Neutral Site Match, Amherst, MA

2-1 1-0 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 4-0 2-1 3-0 5-0 2-1 4-2 2-1 1-0 3-1 2-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0

1991

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 9-8-0 9-8 Colorado College L 9-14 $Massachusetts L 9-15 $Southern Methodist W 9-17 at Wisconsin L 9-21 ^Oregon State W 9-22 at Washington State W 9-26 San Diego State W 9-29 Hartford W 10-2 at CSU Hayward W 10-6 North Carolina L 10-9 San Francisco W 10-12 Washington W 10-19 at San Francisco State W 10-23 Stanford L 10-26 at UC Santa Barbara L 10-30 Santa Clara L 11-3 Saint Mary’s L $ = Neutral Site Match, Madison, WI ^ = Neutral Site Match, Pullman, WA

1-0 3-1 3-1 1-0 7-0 4-1 2-1 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 4-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-0


1992

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 8-8-2 9-7 Cal Poly SLO W 9-9 UC Irvine W 9-12 at Hartford L 9-13 $Connecticut L 9-18 Washington State T 9-20 Puget Sound W 9-24 at Santa Clara L 9-27 San Diego W 9-30 at Saint Mary’s L 10-9 at San Diego State L 10-10 ^Colorado College T 10-14 at Stanford L 10-17 at Portland L 10-18 *Washington W 10-21 at San Francisco L 10-25 UC Santa Barbara W 10-28 San Francisco State W 11-1 Michigan State W $ = Neutral Site Match, Hartford, CT ^ = Neutral Site Match, Olympia, WA * = Neutral Site Match, San Diego, CA

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

1993

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 10-4-4 NCAA First Round 9-6 Buffalo W 4-0 9-10 San Diego State W 1-0 9-13 Oregon State W 1-0 (OT) 9-17 at Colorado College W 4-0 9-19 $Tulsa T 3-3 (OT) 9-23 UC Davis T 0-0 (OT) 9-29 Saint Mary’s W 2-1 10-1 at Washington State T 2-2 (OT) 10-3 ^Arkansas W 2-1 10-7 Washington W 2-0 10-10 Portland T 2-2 (OT) 10-13 at Pacific W 2-0 10-17 Santa Clara W 1-0 10-20 San Francisco L 1-0 (OT) 10-23 Stanford L 4-0 10-29 at UC Irvine W 1-0 10-31 at UC Santa Barbara L 1-0 11-13 *at Stanford L 2-0 $ = Neutral Site Match, Colorado Springs, CO ^ = Neutral Site Match, Pullman, WA * = NCAA Tournament

1994

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 5-9-4 9-3 $Providence W 4-1 9-5 $Connecticut L 1-0 9-9 UC Irvine W 2-1 9-11 Colorado College T 0-0 (OT) 9-16 at Oregon State L 5-1 9-18 at Portland L 7-1 9-25 at Stanford L 1-0 9-30 ^North Carolina L 7-0 10-2 ^Duke L 4-2 10-7 *Washington State W 1-0 10-9 at Washington L 3-1 10-14 UC Santa Barbara T 0-0 (OT) 10-16 at San Francisco T 1-1 (OT) 10-21 at San Diego State L 3-1 10-23 at San Diego T 0-0 (OT) 10-27 at Saint Mary’s W 3-1 (OT) 10-30 at Santa Clara L 2-0 11-5 UCLA W 1-0 $ = Neutral Site Match, Pleasanton Sports Park ^ = Neutral Site Match, St. Louis, MO * = Neutral Site Match, Seattle, WA

1995

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 8-10-1/3-4/T5th Pac-10+ 9-2 9-3 9-8 9-10 9-16

$Virginia $Colgate Yale at Cal Poly SLO Sacramento State

L W W L W

3-2 2-0 2-1 2-1 3-1

9-20 +at Stanford L 2-0 9-24 Pacific T 0-0 (OT) 9-27 at Saint Mary’s W 2-1 9-30 +Washington State W 1-0 10-6 +at UCLA L 2-0 10-8 at UC Santa Barbara L 1-0 10-13 +at Oregon State L 2-0 10-14 ^Montana W 2-0 10-20 +Washington L 4-1 (OT) 10-22 +USC W 1-0 10-25 at San Francisco L 2-0 10-28 Portland L 4-0 11-3 +Arizona W 3-2 11-5 Santa Clara L 3-0 $ = Neutral Site Match, Pleasanton Sports Park ^ = Neutral Site Match, Corvallis, OR

1996

Coach: Andy Bonchonsky Record: 13-3-2/5-2/2nd Pac-10+ 8-30 9-1 9-6 9-10 9-13 9-15 9-20 9-22 10-4 10-6 10-11 10-18 10-20 10-25 10-27 11-1 11-5 11-10

Pacific Colorado Portland State +Oregon State Hartford Saint Mary’s at Michigan at Michigan State +at USC at UC Irvine +Arizona +at Washington State +at Washington San Francisco +UCLA Cal Poly SLO at Santa Clara +Stanford

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

2-1 2-0 6-0 3-0 5-0 2-1 2-2 (OT) 3-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 2-1 (OT) 2-0 0-0 (OT) 1-0

11-11 *at Pacific L ^ = at Cal Invitational, Livermore, CA & = at Cal Poly Tournament, San Luis Obispo, CA % = Neutral Site Match, Seattle, WA * = NCAA Tournament, Stockton, CA

1999

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 13-7-1/6-3/4th Pac-10+ NCAA First Round 8-26 Santa Clara L 8-28 at San Francisco W 9-4 ^William & Mary W 9-5 ^San Diego State W 9-10 at Pepperdine T 9-12 at Loyola Marymount L 9-19 Arkansas W 9-24 &New Mexico W 9-26 &at UNC Greensboro W 10-1 %Tennessee W 10-3 %Duke L 10-8 +at Oregon State W 10-10 +at Oregon W 10-15 +at Arizona State L 10-17 +at Arizona W 10-22 +USC L 10-24 +UCLA L 10-29 +at Stanford W 11-5 +Washington State W 11-7 +Washington W 11-10 *at Brigham Young L ^ = Cal Invitational, Livermore, CA & = at adidas/Spartan Classic, Greensboro, NC % = Golden Gate Classic, Berkeley, CA * = NCAA Tournament, Provo, UT

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 17-3-1/7-2/2nd Pac-10+ NCAA Second Round

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 11-7-1/6-3/4th Pac-10+ Utah Northwestern at San Diego at Cal State Fullerton UC Santa Barbara Saint Mary’s Santa Clara vs. North Carolina vs. Massachusetts at Cal Poly SLO +UCLA +USC +at Stanford +Washington +Washington State +at Oregon +at Oregon State +at Arizona +at Arizona State

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

5-2 2-1 (OT) 2-2 (OT) 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 2-1 2-1 (OT) 1-0 2-1 3-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 4-1 2-0 4-0

1998

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 13-8-0/7-2/T1st Pac-10+ NCAA First Round 9-5 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9-24 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-9 10-11 10-16 10-18 10-22 10-25 10-30 11-1 11-6 11-8

^Northern Arizona ^San Diego &Montana &San Diego State %Utah at Portland at Santa Clara San Jose State Brigham Young Southern Methodist +Arizona +Arizona State +at UCLA +at USC at Saint Mary’s +Stanford +at Washington +at Washington State +Oregon +Oregon State

W L W L W L L W L W W W W L W W L W W W

8-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 4-0 3-1 1-0 3-0 4-3 3-0 4-1 2-1 (2OT) 2-1 (2OT) 2-0 1-0 1-0 (OT) 1-0 3-0 2-1 (OT) 5-0

2-0 7-0 2-1 1-0 (2OT) 2-2 (2OT) 1-0 2-0 2-1 4-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 (2OT) 3-2 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 6-2 3-1 2-0

2000

1997

8-30 9-1 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-21 9-26 9-28 10-3 10-10 10-12 10-17 10-24 10-26 10-31 10-2 11-7 11-9

2-1

8-25 San Francisco W 3-0 9-1 ^James Madison W 12-0 9-3 ^Navy W 1-0 9-8 @Xavier W 3-0 9-10 @Kent State W 2-0 9-15 !at Wake Forest W 2-1 9-17 !Missouri W 2-1 (OT) 9-22 &at San Jose State W 4-0 9-24 &Santa Clara T 1-1 (2OT) 9-29 #Colorado College W 2-1 10-1 #San Diego W 3-0 10-6 +at Washington State W 2-1 10-8 +at Washington L 2-1 10-15 +Stanford W 2-0 10-20 +Arizona State W 3-0 10-22 +Arizona W 2-0 10-27 +at USC W 2-1 (2OT) 10-29 +at UCLA L 4-1 11-3 +Oregon State W 2-0 11-5 +Oregon W 4-0 11-11 *Santa Clara L 2-0 ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA @ = at LMU/FILA Tournament, Los Angeles, CA ! = at Wake Forest/Nike Tournament, Winston Salem, NC & = at Bay Area Final Four, San Jose, CA # = Golden Gate Classic, Berkeley, CA * = at NCAA Tournament, Berkeley, CA

2001

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 12-7-2/4-4-1/T5th Pac-10+ NCAA First Round 8-31 9-2 9-7 9-9 9-17 9-21 9-23 9-28 10-1

^Pacific ^Michigan at Texas at Texas A&M at Santa Clara at UNLV at San Diego State Fresno State Hawaii

W W W L W W W W W

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

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10-5 Saint Mary’s L 10-7 at San Francisco T 10-12 +at Oregon W 10-14 +at Oregon State W 10-19 +Washington L 10-21 +Washington State L 10-28 +at Stanford L 11-2 +at Arizona W 11-4 +at Arizona State T 11-9 +UCLA L 11-11 +USC W 11-16 *Saint Mary’s L ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA * = at NCAA Tournament, Stanford, CA

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

2002

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 12-8-1/4-5/T6th Pac-10+ NCAA Second Round 8-31 San Francisco (exh.) W 8-30 ^Ohio State W 9-1 ^Purdue W 9-6 Texas L 9-8 Texas A&M W 9-13 Santa Clara W 9-15 at Saint Mary’s T 9-22 at Fresno State W 9-27 at Pennsylvania W 9-29 at Harvard L 10-4 Wake Forest W 10-11 +at UCLA L 10-13 +at USC L 10-18 +Oregon W 10-20 +Oregon State W 10-25 +at Washington L 10-27 +at Washington State L 11-2 +Stanford L 11-8 +Arizona W 11-10 +Arizona State W 11-15 *Denver W 11-17 *at Stanford L ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA * = at NCAA Tournament, Stanford, CA

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

2003

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 7-8-4/2-6-1/T9th Pac-10+ 8-22 San Jose State (exh.) 8-29 ^Wisconsin 8-31 ^Montana 9-7 at Santa Clara 9-14 Fresno State 9-19 Dayton 9-21 Princeton 9-26 #Wake Forest 9-28 at Colorado College 10-3 at Missouri 10-5 at Marquette 10-10 +at Arizona State 10-12 +at Arizona 10-17 +USC 10-19 +UCLA 10-24 +at Oregon State 10-26 +at Oregon 10-31 +Washington State 11-2 +Washington 11-7 +Stanford ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA # = Played at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

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

9-1 2-1 1-1 (OT) 0-0 (2OT) 2-0 2-0 1-1 (OT) 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 3-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 3-2 2-0 0-0 (2OT) 3-1 2-1 (OT)

2004

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 11-6-3/4-3-2/T4th Pac-10+ NCAA First Round 8-20 8-27 8-29 9-3 9-5 9-10 9-12 9-17 9-24 9-26

UC Davis (exh.) @Creighton @North Carolina ^Saint Mary’s ^Pepperdine !Colgate !San Jose State Pennsylvania Fresno State at Pacific

W W L W T W W W W W

3-0 3-0 4-2 1-0 0-0 (2OT) 3-0 5-1 2-0 4-0 5-0

10-6 at Santa Clara L 3-1 10-10 +Stanford T 1-1 (2OT) 10-15 +Arizona State L 1-0 10-17 +Arizona W 1-0 10-22 +at USC L 2-1 (OT) 10-24 +at UCLA W 1-0 (2OT) 10-29 +Oregon State T 0-0 (2OT) 10-31 +Oregon W 5-1 11-5 +at Washington State W 1-0 11-7 +at Washington L 1-0 11-14 *at Santa Clara L 2-1 ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA @ = Nebraska adidas Classic, Lincoln, NE ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA * = at NCAA Tournament, Santa Clara, CA

2005

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 16-4-2/7-1-1/2nd Pac-10+ NCAA Third Round 8-19 Sacramento St. (exh.) W 4-0 8-26 at Saint Mary’s W 2-1 (2OT) 8-28 Missouri T 0-0 (2OT) 9-2 ^Montana W 3-1 9-4 ^UC Santa Barbara W 1-0 9-9 !Dartmouth W 1-0 (2OT) 9-11 !SMU W 5-0 9-14 Pacific W 3-0 9-18 Santa Clara L 2-1 9-23 at Brigham Young L 1-0 9-25 at Utah W 1-0 (2OT) 10-7 +Washington W 1-0 10-9 +Washington State W 3-0 10-15 +at Stanford W 2-0 10-21 +at Arizona T 0-0 (2OT) 10-23 +at Arizona State W 1-0 10-28 +UCLA L 2-0 10-30 +USC W 2-1 11-4 +at Oregon W 5-0 11-6 +at Oregon State W 4-0 11-11 *vs. Rice W 2-0 11-13 *vs. UTEP W 2-1 11-20 $at Florida State L 2-1 ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA * = at NCAA Tournament, Austin, TX $ = at NCAA Tournament, Tallahassee, FL

2006

Coach: Kevin Boyd Record: 12-5-5/3-3-3/6th Pac-10+ NCAA Second Round 8-25 %Indiana W 1-0 8-27 %at Wisconsin W 1-0 9-1 ^Kansas W 1-0 9-3 ^Cal State Fullerton T 0-0 (2OT) 9-7 !Air Force W 3-1 9-9 !Vanderbilt T 0-0 (2OT) 9-15 ~at Ohio State L 1-0 9-17 ~Dayton W 2-0 9-22 Boise State W 2-1 9-24 San Francisco W 4-0 10-6 +at UCLA L 4-1 10-8 +at USC T 0-0 (2OT) 10-13 +Arizona T 1-1 (2OT) 10-15 +Arizona State L 1-0 10-20 +at Washington W 4-1 10-22 +at Washington State L 2-0 10-27 +Oregon T 0-0 (2OT) 10-29 +Oregon State W 2-0 11-1 Santa Clara W 1-0 (OT) 11-5 +Stanford W 1-0 11-10 *Auburn W 3-1 11-12 *at Florida State L 3-1 % = Wisconsin Invitational, Madison, WI ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA ~ = Ohio State Invitational, Columbus, OH * = at NCAA Tournament, Tallahassee, FL

2007

Coach: Neil McGuire Record: 15-5-1/6-3/T3rd Pac-10+ NCAA Second Round 8-27 8-31

at UC Davis (exh.) ^Columbia

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L W

1-0 1-0

9-2 ^Colorado College W 1-0 (2OT) 9-7 !Cal State Bakersfield W 3-0 9-9 !Vermont W 4-0 9-14 at Cal State Fullerton L 2-1 (2OT) 9-16 at San Diego State W 2-0 9-21 at Missouri L 4-0 9-23 at Kansas W 1-0 9-28 Saint Mary’s W 4-0 9-30 at Santa Clara W 2-0 10-14 +at Stanford L 4-2 10-19 +USC L 3-0 10-21 +UCLA L 2-0 10-26 +at Arizona State W 3-1 10-28 +at Arizona W 2-0 11-2 +Washington State W 2-1 11-4 +Washington W 2-1 11-9 +at Oregon State W 3-1 11-11 +at Oregon W 3-0 11-16 *Santa Clara W 2-0 11-18 *at Stanford T 1-1 (2OT) ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA * = NCAA Tournament, Stanford, CA

2008

Coach: Neil McGuire Record: 10-9-1/3-5-1/6th Pac-10+ NCAA First Round 8-16 Saint Mary’s (exh.) W 7-0 8-24 at San Jose State W 3-1 8-29 ^Cal State Fullerton L 3-2 9-6 ^Saint Joseph’s W 6-0 9-12 !Cal State Northridge W 1-0 9-14 !Boise State W 2-0 9-19 at Texas A&M L 1-0 9-21 at Texas L 2-1 9-26 BYU W 2-1 9-28 Santa Clara W 1-0 10/10 +Oregon State W 1-0 10-12 +Oregon W 5-1 10-19 +at Washington State L 2-1 10-19 +at Washington L 3-2 10-24 +Arizona State T 2-2 10-26 +Arizona W 2-0 10-31 +at USC L 2-0 11-2 +at UCLA L 3-0 11-8 +Stanford L 3-0 11-14 *at Florida L 2-1 ^ = Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA * = NCAA Tournament, Gainesville, FL

2009

Coach: Neil McGuire Record: 11-9-1/4-5//T6th Pac-10+ NCAA Second Round 8-16 8-21 8-28 9-4 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-25 10-2 10-4 10-9 10-11 10-16 10-18 10-23 10-25 10-30 11-1 11-8 11-13 11-15

Saint Mary’s (exh.) Nevada at Portland =Texas A&M =Texas ! Portland State ! Southern Methodist at Saint Mary’s Cal Poly Sacramento State at Santa Clara +at Oregon +at Oregon State +UCLA +USC +at Washington +at Washington State +Arizona +Arizona State +at Stanford *Auburn *at Florida State

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

= Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA ! = Saint Mary’s Invitational, Moraga, CA * = NCAA Tournament, Tallahassee, FL

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


2010 California Women's Soccer Record Book  

The official record book of the 2010 California Golden Bears women's soccer team.

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