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Only Way to Refer to in Athletics Context....................................Cal Poly Location.......................................................................San Luis Obispo, CA Founded............................................................................................... 1901 Enrollment......................................................................................... 20,944 Mascot...........................................................................................Mustangs Colors......................Forest Green (343) / Copper (460) / Vegas Gold (116) Affiliation.............................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.....................................................................................Big West President................Jeffrey D. Armstrong, Seventh Year (Murray State, 1981) Director of Athletics....Don Oberhelman, Seventh Year (Kansas State, 1993) Official Athletics Website........................................................GoPoly.com Press Box Phone.................................................................(805) 756-6739

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Coaching Staff Head Coach.................................................. Alex Crozier (Cal Poly, 1984) Overall Record / Years...................................................... 272-159-47 / 24 Big West Record / Years........................................................ 99-45-17 / 20 Office Phone.......................................................................(805) 756-2590 Email Address:......................................................... acrozier@calpoly.edu Associate Head Coach / Recruiting Coordinator............ Bernardo Silva ................................................. Fourth Season (UC Santa Barbara, 2011) Office Phone.......................................................................(805) 756-6560 Email Address..........................................................bsilva05@calpoly.edu Assistant Coach / Goalkeeper Trainer...............................Lindsey Smith ................................................................ Third Season (Westmont, 2013) Office Phone.......................................................................(805) 756-2654 Email Address......................................................... lsmith45@calpoly.edu Volunteer Assistant Coach.................................................Scott Williams ............................................................... Second Season (Cal Poly, 2015) Office Phone.......................................................................(805) 756-7070 Email Address........................................................... swilli53@calpoly.edu Office Fax Number..............................................................(805) 756-2699

Historical Information 2015 Overall Record (Big West Conference).......................... 6-8-5 (2-6-0) First Year of Program (at Intercollegiate Level)..................................... 1992 First Season at Division I Level......................................................... 1994 NCAA Tournament Appearances............................................................. 6 Regular-Season Conference Championships (N/A in 1992 and 1994-95).....8 Conference Tournament Championships (N/A from 1992-95 and 1998-2002)....3 Single-Season Wins Record..................................................18-2-2 (2003) All-Time Goal Count Entering 2016..................................................... 835 All-Time Shutout Total Entering 2016.................................................. 185 All-Conference Selections.................................................................... 130

2016 Player Information Starters Returning / Lost..................................................................... 6 / 5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost....................................................... 20 / 10 Newcomers / Redshirts Returning................................................... 10 / 3 All-West Region Honorees Returning / Lost................................................ 1 / 1 All-Big West Honorees Returning / Lost................................................ 3 / 3 Goalkeepers Returning / Lost / Added.......................................... 1 / 2 / 3 Class Breakdown (Fr. / So. / Jr. / Sr.)....................................... 9 / 10 / 4 / 10

Alex G. Spanos Stadium Information Capacity.............................................................................................11,075 Surface................................................................................... Natural Grass Dimensions for Soccer..................................................... 118-by-70 Yards Original Complex Opening................................................................. 1934 Last Major Renovation........................................................................ 2006 Largest 2015 Home Attendance..........................2,646 (Sept. 18, vs. Dayton) 2015 National Attendance Ranking (Division I)........ 20th (1,201 Home Avg.) Attendance Record......3,016 (Nov. 3, 2000, vs. UC Santa Barbara; 1-0 OT W)

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Online Cal Poly..........................................................GoPoly.com Women’s Soccer........................GoPoly.com/sports/wsoc

Radio and TV Links to audio and video streams of Mustang games throughout the season will be available at: GoPoly.com/sports/wsoc/2016-17/schedule

2016 Schedule Date Aug. 10 (Wed.) Aug. 19 (Fri.) Aug. 21 (Sun.) Aug. 26 (Fri.) Aug. 28 (Sun.) Sept. 2 (Fri.) Sept. 4 (Sun.) Sept. 11 (Sun.) Sept. 16 (Fri.) Sept. 18 (Sun.) Sept. 23 (Fri.) Sept. 25 (Sun.)

Opponent Time (PDT) WESTMONT (exhibition) 7 p.m. at (18) Cal 4 p.m. at Pacific 1 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO 7 p.m. SAINT MARY’S 12 Noon at Washington 7 p.m. vs. Portland 12 Noon CSU BAKERSFIELD 12 Noon at Marquette 5:30 p.m. vs. Loyola Chicago 9 a.m. PEPPERDINE 5 p.m. SEATTLE 12 Noon Big West Conference Sept. 30 (Fri.) HAWAI’I 7 p.m. Oct. 2 (Sun.) at Cal State Fullerton 2 p.m. Oct. 6 (Thu.) at Long Beach State 6 p.m. Oct. 9 (Sun.) CSUN 12 Noon Oct. 13 (Thu.) UC SANTA BARBARA 7 p.m. Oct. 21 (Fri.) at UC Irvine 7 p.m. Oct. 23 (Sun.) at UC Riverside 1 p.m. Oct. 30 (Sun.) UC DAVIS 2 p.m. Big West Tournament — at George Allen Field (Long Beach State) Nov. 3 (Thu.) Semifinals (1st vs. 4th; 2nd vs. 3rd) TBA Nov. 6 (Sun.) Championship TBA

Credits and Contact info The 2016 Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Information Guide was written, designed, edited and published by Assistant Athletics Communications Director Donovan Aird (daird@calpoly.edu). Assorted photos are courtesy of Ray Ambler (RAPhotos.com), Matt Aguirre (MattAguirre.PhotoShelter.com), Paul Brenneman (PaulBrennemanPhotography.com), Alexander Bohlen (AlexanderBohlen.com), Ethan Cardoza, Chris Leschinsky (ChrisLeschinsky.com), Owen Main (Fansmanship.com) and Gary Mooshagian (YaryPhoto.com). Media Contact.........................................................................Donovan Aird Email / Phone....................................... daird@calpoly.edu / (805) 756-6586 Mailing Address....................Mott Athletics Center, Rm. 123, 1 Grand Ave. San Luis Obispo, CA 93407

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Numerical Roster and Pronunciations No. Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown / High School

Pronunciation

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Sophia Brown

Fr.

GK

5-8

Pleasanton, CA / Foothill HS

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Rachael Haaland

Fr.

GK

5-10

San Jose, CA / Valley Christian HS

HAY-lend

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Megan Abutin

Sr.

MF

5-7

San Diego, CA / Mt. Carmel HS

a-BOOT-in

3

Ashley Kirchick

So.

F

5-7

San Jose, CA / Archbishop Mitty HS

4

McKenzie Flood

Jr.

F

5-5

Los Gatos, CA / Los Gatos HS

5

Chelsea Barry

So.

D

5-7

Danville, CA / Monte Vista HS

6

Megan Demijohn

Fr.

F

5-5

Thousand Oaks, CA / Oaks Christian HS

7

Jordan Smith

Sr.

MF

5-3

Palo Alto, CA / Palo Alto HS

8

Macy Vrabel

So.

MF

5-6

San Diego, CA / Torrey Pines HS

9

Jordan Patane

Fr.

F

5-0

San Diego, CA / Point Loma HS

10

Kelly Kessloff

So.

MF

5-4

Cypress, CA / Cypress HS

11

Stephanie Magellan

So.

MF

5-4

San Jose, CA / Cupertino HS

12

Georgina Stiegeler

Fr.

F

5-3

Daly City, CA / St. Ignatius Prep

13

Jessica Johnson

Fr.

F

5-7

Lakewood, CA / St. Joseph HS

14

Miki Foster

Sr.

MF

5-1

San Jose, CA / Archbishop Mitty HS

15

Emily Hansen

Jr.

MF

5-9

Sacramento, CA / Rio Americano HS

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Téa Carrillo

Fr.

D

5-7

San Diego, CA / Poway HS

17

Michaela Olney

So.

F

5-4

Santa Maria, CA / Righetti HS

18

Kayla McQuade

So.

MF

5-6

Los Gatos, CA / Los Gatos HS

19

Breanna Rittmann

Sr.

MF

5-4

Livermore, CA / Granada HS

20

Nicole Wheeler

Sr.

MF

5-11

Saratoga, CA / Archbishop Mitty HS

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Shannon Stabler

Sr.

MF

5-7

Lafayette, CA / Campolindo HS

23

Cassandra Fäsi

Sr.

MF

5-6

Fresno, CA / Bullard HS

24

Kate Summers

Fr.

F

5-6

Laguna Niguel, CA / Dana Hills HS

25

Gianna Rosati

Jr.

MF

6-1

Redwood City, CA / Woodside HS

26

Kendra Bonsall

Sr.

D

5-8

Santa Cruz, CA / Soquel HS

28

Nicole Fetsch

Sr.

D

5-8

Pleasanton, CA / Amador Valley HS

FETCH

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Caitlyn Kreutz

So.

F

5-3

Clovis, CA / Buchanan HS

CROYTZ

33

Colby Carson

Sr.

F

5-8

Morgan Hill, CA / Valley Christian HS

36

Lexi Marietti

RFr.

D

5-7

Dana Point, CA / Dana Hills HS

44

Sydney Knauer

So.

MF

5-8

San Luis Obispo, CA / San Luis Obispo HS Kuh-NOW-er

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Domenique Banta

Jr.

GK

5-9

Meridian, ID / Meridian HS

BAN-tuh

99

Brittney Viboch

So.

GK

5-6

San Diego, CA / Westview HS

VEE-bock

DEM-e-john

PAT-nay

MICKEY TAY-uh

Bre-ANNE-uh

FAY-zee

Head Coach: Alex Crozier, 25th Season (Cal Poly, 1984) Associate Head Coach / Recruiting Coordinator: Bernardo Silva, Fourth Season (UC Santa Barbara, 2011) Assistant Coach / Goalkeeper Trainer: Lindsey Smith, Third Season (Westmont, 2013) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Williams, Second Season (Cal Poly, 2015) Director of Operations: Kathleen Lemieux, Eighth Season (UC Irvine, 2009) Strength and Conditioning Coach: Sara Bergheger, Sixth Season (Arizona State, 2010)

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Cal Poly’s Megan Abutin, an NSCAA All-West Region honoree in 2014, enters her senior season No. 11 in school history in combined goals (14) and assists (20). Her assist total is also No. 2 in school history and No. 15 among current Division I players entering the 2016 season. With 58 games played, she’s also 18 away from joining the all-time Mustang top 20 in career matches.

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lex Crozier is in his 25th year as the head coach of the Cal Poly women’s soccer program. He’s the Mustangs’ first and only coach since the school began playing at the intercollegiate level in 1992. His teams have gone 272-159-47 overall, including six NCAA Tournament appearances. Crozier came into the 2015 season ranked No. 31 all-time nationally in career coaching victories (No. 4 among active coaches in California). The longest-tenured coach at Cal Poly, he also has the most career victories in Big West play among the conference’s coaches (99 over 20 seasons, part of a .668 winning percentage). In all, Crozier’s players have earned All-Big West honors a combined 122 times, the most of any member school since the formation of the league in 1996. He has also coached three NSCAA All-Americans at Cal Poly, in addition to 21 other studentathletes who were also chosen for allregional status. Two Mustangs signed professional contracts in 2016, as forward Elise Krieghoff inked a deal with the Boston Breakers of the NWSL two months after goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti joined Arna-Bjørnar of the Toppserien league in Norway.

Head Coach 25th Season • Cal Poly, 1984 272-159-47

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Alex Crozier, Cal Poly’s head coach since the program’s inaugural season of 1992, has led the Mustangs to a total of 11 conference championships whether on a regular-season (eight) or tournament (three) basis. He ranks 31st all-time nationally in NCAA career coaching victories (272). Both Krieghoff and Giannetti finished their careers as two of the most prolific players in program history, with Krieghoff (one of five national finalists for the Senior CLASS Award) scoring a school-record 52 goals and Giannetti (ranked as the No. 3 senior goalkeeper in the country by EverybodySoccer) breaking program records for starts (76), minutes played (7,029) and saves (380). Also following the 2015 season — which saw Cal Poly earn a scoreless shutout against No. 13 Cal, as well as a 1-1 draw with No. 6 BYU — center back Robin Mertens graduated as the school’s women’s Big West ScholarAthlete of the Year. As one of 18 individuals honored among 2,500 studentathletes throughout the conference, Mertens became the program’s fourth player to receive the distinction since 1997.

Cal Poly ranked 20th nationally in home attendance in 2015, averaging crowds of 1,201 fans per game at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. In 2014, Krieghoff was chosen as the Disney/NSCAA co-National Player of the Week on Sept. 23, a day after being featured by ESPNW as one of five players to know in college soccer. Then on Oct. 19, the junior had ESPN’s “SportsCenter” No. 3 Play of the Day with a dramatic game-winning strike at UC Riverside, two weeks before being added to the Hermann Trophy candidate pool (joining 42 others in consideration for the national player of the year award). Also in 2014, midfielder Megan Abutin ranked ninth nationally in assists, equaling the program’s single-season record with 12. In 2013, Crozier guided the Mustangs to the regular-season Big West


championship with a 7-1-0 record. As a sophomore, Krieghoff tallied 21 times, earning the NCAA plaque as the nation’s leading goal scorer on a per-match basis (1.105). Afterward, she was invited to attend the U-23 National Team camp in June at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista. Additionally, midfielder Jordyn Zander won Cal Poly’s Sportsmanship Award among all of the school’s women’s sports, and in May 2014, the team as a whole earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award for exceptional academic achievement (after compiling a perfect Academic Progress Rate score of 1,000, placing its multi-year APR in the top 10 percent across the country). Off the pitch, Crozier has seen his players earn all-academic honors from the conference 68 times. The program has also had four Academic All-Americans, two Cal Poly Scholar-Athletes of the Year and four NCAA Leadership Conference nominees. Crozier, a four-time Big West Coach of the Year, also led Cal Poly to the conference title in 2009, with another 7-1-0 mark (14-5-1 overall). During that championship run, goalkeeper Coral Hoover finished second in the nation in save percentage, at .919, still the 18th-best single-season figure in the 34-year history of Division I. Hoover was a TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Season honorable mention that year. It also included the Cal Poly debut for Cici Kobinski, who became the league’s midfielder of the year by 2012. After graduating, Kobinski went on to star as a winger for Guam, posting two goals and two assists as the Masakåda advanced to the semifinal stage of the 2014 East Asian Cup (making the sixthlargest jump among all 133 teams in FIFA’s rankings). The 2009 season also saw the Mustangs earn a memorable 1-0 overtime win over a No. 7-ranked Cal team featuring Alex Morgan. Putting together challenging schedules has long been a

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staple of the program, which between 2013 and 2014 played four matches televised on either ESPN3 or the Pac12 Network. On two occasions, Cal Poly has hosted the defending College Cup champion in Spanos Stadium, losing 1-0 both times (vs. No. 3 Santa Clara in 2002 and No. 1 North Carolina in 2010). The Mustangs played against six members of the USWNT from the 2015 World Cup when they were in college, and from 2006 through 2011 had four wins and two more draws against teams ranked in the Top 25. Other non-conference fixtures over the years have seen the Mustangs claim tournament titles at venues including Missouri (at the 1998 Nike Tiger Invitational), Montana (the 2003 Diadora Cup), Purdue (the 2005 Boilermaker Challenge Cup), Hawai’i (the 2010 OHANA Resorts No Ka Oi Tournament) and Portland State (the 2011 Viking Classic). In 2003, the Mustangs set a team record by going 18-2-2, No. 2 in the country for winning percentage. They finished ranked No. 20 in the final Soccer America poll, and of the 22 matches, 15 were won by shutout, a ratio that was No. 4 in the nation and established a still-standing all-time Big West record. That season also saw the emergence of forward Sharon Day, who earned the conference tournament MVP award. Day, a two-sport star, has since gone on to qualify for two Olympics in track & field. Cal Poly first cracked the coaches association Top 25 poll at the Division I level in 1995, before doing so again in 1997, a year in which another Mustang up top, Gina Oceguera, won the overall Big West Player of the Year award. Oceguera went on to play in the 1999 World Cup representing Mexico. The ensuing fall also culminated with a milestone for the Mustangs, who defeated Fresno State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, 2-1. The following winter, Oceguera was drafted

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by the San Diego Spirit before winning a WUSA title with the Bay Area CyberRays. In 1993, Cal Poly’s final season at the Division II level before moving to Division I, Crozier coached the program to the national championship match in Miami, earning the NSCAA National Coach of the Year award. Despite a loss in the final, Mustang forward Kolleen Kassis was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player on offense. Crozier, a 1984 Cal Poly graduate with a civil engineering degree, was an assistant for Santa Clara in 1991, and prior to that, he coached the West Valley FC Premier U-19 girls to the State Cup championship and a third-place national finish. As a midfielder at Cal Poly, Crozier was a team captain in 1982 and 1983, earning all-conference honors both years, as well as All-Far West Region distinction as a junior. He also coached the Cal Poly women’s soccer team from 1979-83 when it played as a club in the California Collegiate Women’s Soccer Conference. Before his Mustang career, Crozier won three consecutive CIF Central Section championships at Bullard High School in Fresno, where he was a captain and earned team MVP and all-league accolades in 1979. Crozier’s coaching impact has been felt at several programs around the nation. Dan Tobias, formerly the head coach at Arizona and Washington State, previously served as an assistant under Crozier. Others include Wendy Jones, a forward for Crozier who coached at Boise State, and P.J. Woolridge, another former assistant who went on to coach at San Diego, USC and now UC Irvine. Crozier resides in San Luis Obispo with his wife, Judy King, and the couple’s sons, Dan and Bo, and daughter, Angie.

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ernardo

ilva

ernardo Silva, in his fourth year as an assistant with the Cal Poly women’s soccer staff, was promoted to associate head coach in February 2016. He joined the Mustangs prior to the start of the 2013 season as a volunteer assistant before spending the next two seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. A native of Portugal and a 2011 graduate of UC Santa Barbara — where he earned a degree in psychology with a double-minor in sports management and fitness instruction — Silva also handles technical development, fitness & conditioning, and film breakdown. In March 2015, he was honored as the California State Soccer Association’s Nike Developmental Coach of the Year for the southern region. After the 2015 season, two Mustangs signed professional contracts, as forward Elise Krieghoff (one of five Senior CLASS Award finalists around the country) inked a deal with the Boston Breakers of the NWSL and goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti joined Arna-Bjørnar of the Toppserien league in Norway. Cal Poly ranked No. 20 in the nation in home attendance in 2015, averaging crowds of 1,201 fans per game at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. During his initial two years on Alex

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Recruiting Coordinator Fourth Season • UCSB, 2011

Crozier’s staff, Silva helped mentor four different NSCAA All-West Region honorees as the 2013 Mustangs won the Big West Conference regular-season championship bookended by secondplace finishes the year before and after. Prior to joining the women’s soccer program, Silva worked with the Cal Poly men’s team as an assistant in 2012. He was part of a staff that matched the school record for Big West victories (six) while reaching the conference tournament semifinals. While completing his degree at UCSB, he also worked as a regional scout for MLS’ New York Red Bulls, ac-

quiring expertise in identifying, selecting and recommending collegiate players for the franchise. An owner of a U.S. Soccer Federation National C coaching license, Silva has also studied sport and exercise psychology at England’s Loughborough University. In Great Britain, Silva added to his insight during an internship with famed Scottish club Hearts FC, where he observed training sessions and staff collaboration meetings, and studied manager-player dynamics. Silva also holds a personal training certificate from the National Academy of Sports Medicine.


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indsey

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indsey Smith is in her third year with Cal Poly’s coaching staff. From 2014 to 2015, the former goalkeeper helped mentor Alyssa Giannetti, who broke all-time school records for starts in goal (76), minutes played (7,029) and saves (380). Giannetti was a Virginia Nike Classic AllTournament Team selection and twotime Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Week honoree in her final season as a Mustang. After being ranked by EverybodySoccer as the No. 3 senior goalkeeping prospect in the nation, Giannetti signed a professional contract with Arna-Bjørnar of the Toppserien league in Norway in February 2016. Smith finished her senior season at Westmont as a first-team NAIA AllAmerican, anchoring the Warriors during their run to the 2013 national championship match in Alabama. It led to her winning the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table co-Soccer Player of the Year Award in April 2014. As a senior, when she was named the co-Golden State Athletic Conference Player of the Year, Smith finished with a 0.56 GAA (No. 2 in school history and second-best in the country). In Westmont’s two postseason games that came down to penalties, she blocked a combined four out of 11 at-

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Goalkeeper Trainer Third Season • Westmont, 2013

tempts as the Warriors advanced each time. Smith, a three-time All-GSAC honoree from Pleasanton, finished her career with 61 starts between the posts, a school record. Westmont also held local youth clinics after home games, and during the 2012-13 school year, fundraised for a trip to Africa. Through a partnership with the Sports Outreach Institute, the team

spent more than two weeks working with communities in Nairobi, Kampala and Gulu. For its efforts on and off the field, Westmont earned the NAIA Champions of Character Award, an honor given annually to a team for displaying integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and service. Smith earned a degree in history (with a focus in secondary education), graduating in 2013.

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illiams

fter earning his master’s degree in kinesiology and exercise science from Cal Poly in June 2015, Scott Williams joined the Mustang women’s soccer staff as a volunteer assistant. He also was an assistant for the Cal Poly men’s soccer staff from 2013

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to 2015, helping the Mustangs produce five winning seasons over a six-year stretch. Williams came to San Luis Obispo after spending two seasons coaching at Westmont, where he was responsible for mentoring the goalkeepers, overseeing back line development, focusing on strength and conditioning regimen, and helping with the recruiting process. During his playing career with the Warriors (which included a run to the quarterfinals of the 2008 NAIA National Championship Tournament), Williams was a four-year starter at left back and midfielder. His experience at those positions

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season Cal Poly, 2015 led to an immediate impact with the Mustangs in 2015. In defense, Robin Mertens earned all-conference first-team honors after Cal Poly limited four Top 15 opponents (Virginia, Stanford, Cal and BYU) to a combined four goals. Emily Hansen, meanwhile, won the Big West Offensive Player of the Week award from her midfield spot on Sept. 14, and the Mustangs ranked No. 1 in the conference in corners won, with 45 in league play. A native of Albuquerque, Williams graduated with his baccalaureate degree in kinesiology from Westmont in 2011.


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uring Kathleen Lemieux’s six years D as an assistant at Cal Poly (200914), the Mustangs went 31-15-3 in the Big West Conference. While helping with all facets of the program, Lemieux has particu-

larly specialized in mentoring the defense, which has imposed 35 shutouts throughout her tenure. She has coached three NSCAA All-West Region players in the Cal Poly back line (including Cristina Farrington most recently in the 2013 championship season), as well as eight others who’ve earned all-conference status. Twice since 2010, the Mustangs have tied the all-time school record by not allowing a shot on goal during an entire match. Lemieux was a defender at UC Irvine, where she started 71 times, which tied for No. 3 in program history. She was a team captain as a se-

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Director of Operations Eighth Season UC Irvine, 2009 nior in 2008, and was the squad’s Defensive MVP in each of her final two seasons. As a junior, she was also named an All-Big West honorable mention after leading the Anteaters through a 10-shutout season that reached the semifinals of the conference tournament. Lemieux made the conference’s All-Academic Team every year while at UCI. She also made the Dean’s List for 10 quarters, was a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, and earned a degree in psychology, graduating with honors in 2009.

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butin Midfielder 5-7 • Senior San Diego, CA Mt. Carmel HS 2015 -- Begins senior season with 20 career assists, tied for No. 2 in school history and No. 15 among current Division I players nationally ... with 48 combined career points (14 goals plus the 20 assists) through first three seasons, ranks 11th all-time at Cal Poly ... tallied goals in the 1-1 draw at Saint Mary’s on Aug. 23, the 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6 and the 4-1 victory over Dayton on Sept. 18 ... also placed 10 other shots on goal during the season ... her five assists as a junior tied for the fifth-most throughout the Big West Conference ... 88th-minute assist to Caitlyn Kreutz in the 2-1 win vs. Richmond at the Nike Virginia Classic on Aug. 30 resulted in the fourth-latest go-ahead goal in team history ... started all 19 games and played 1,527 minutes, bringing her career totals to 58 matches overall, 43 starts and 4,319’ ... was again the team’s primary corner kick-taker, entrusted with 50 of 72. 2014 -- Was named to the NSCAA All-West Region Third Team ... also garnered All-Big West Conference First Team status after posting 12 assists (which tied an 18-year-standing school record and ranked ninth nationally) ... scored seven goals ... placed an additional 10 shots on target as a sophomore ... never came off the pitch in 13 of 20 games ... notched her second collegiate brace during the 3-1 home win over San Francisco on Sept. 28 ... was selected as the league player of the week by College Sports Madness on Oct. 21 following her four-assist, one-goal (victorious) swing through UC Irvine and UC Riverside ... attempted 77 of the team’s 82 corners. 2013 -- Chosen to the All-Big West Conference Second Team and All-Freshman Team ... was named the Big West Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 14 a day after scoring twice in a 3-2 win at Hawai’i ... tied for ninth in the conference (second among all freshmen) with 11 points (four goals; three assists) ... assisted Elise Krieghoff for the game-winning goal (85’) in the 1-0 victory at UC Davis on Oct. 31 that clinched the regular-season title for the Mustangs. Prep -- After her senior year at Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego, was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune’s All-San Diego Section First Team, as well as the All-Palomar League First Team ... tallied 35 goals during her career with the Sundevils ... also earned all-league honors as a junior and sophomore ... played for the San Diego Surf club, which won a U-17 SoCal State Cup championship. Personal -- Born on Dec. 29, 1994 in San Diego ... daughter of Linda and Larry ... has two brothers, Brandon and Michael ... majors in environmental engineering.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2013 19-4 4 3 11 14 10 2014 20-20 7 12 26 35 17 2015 19-19 3 5 11 23 13 Total 58-43 14 20 48 72 40

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GWG Min. 0 1,015 2 1,777 0 1,527 2 4,319


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anta Goalkeeper 5-9 • Junior Meridian, ID Meridian HS / Fresno State Fresno State -- Played 22 games in goal as a freshman and sophomore for the Bulldogs ... in 2014, made 53 saves during her 1,162 minutes, and earned her first career shutout in a 1-0 win at UNLV on Oct. 3 (after which she was named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week) ... added 19 saves in 413 minutes in the 2015 season, which also included another clean sheet from a 1-0 victory (at Sacramento State on Sept. 13, resulting in the school’s Student-Athlete of the Week accolade) ... also played for the Fresno Freeze of the Women’s Premier Soccer League from 2015-16, and coached for the CenCal Cosmos in Clovis in 2015. Prep -- At Meridian High School in Idaho, was an All-5A District III honorable mention and team captain as a Warriors senior ... in club season, played for FC Nova ... played her first two years at Moanalua High School in Honolulu ... as a sophomore for the Menehunes, led the squad to an 11-2-3 overall record and a state semifinals appearance, earning an honorable mention on the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State Team, as well as a Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Impact Player Award ... is also in the Moanalua Varsity Cross Country Hall of Fame after representing the program at the 2011 state championship meet, where she was 42nd overall (with a 3-mile time of 22:24.40) ... also refereed Idaho Youth Soccer Association games from 2012-14 and was an honor roll student all four years. Personal -- Born on Aug. 22, 1996 in Seattle ... daughter of Granada and Paul ... has two brothers, Phillip and Seth ... in addition to being a fan of the USWNT, her favorite player is Tim Howard ... majors in marine science.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS Min. GA GAA Saves 2014* 15-13 1,162 38 2.95 53 2015* 7-4 413 9 1.96 19 Total 22-17 1,575 47 2.69 72 * Statistics from seasons at Fresno State

Sv. % W-L-D ShO .582 3-9-0 1 .679 1-2-1 1 .605 4-11-1 2

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Meet the Mustangs

helsea

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arry Defender 5-7 • Sophomore Danville, CA Monte Vista HS 2015 -- Was chosen as team’s co-Rookie of the Year after playing all 19 matches (16 of which were starts) and contributing to four shutouts ... played 1,342 minutes, including six complete games (among them back-to-back 110-minute efforts for the 1-1 draws with No. 6 BYU and Pepperdine on Sept. 24 and 27) ... assisted on Elise Krieghoff’s 29th-minute goal vs. the Waves; added another assist (to McKenzie Flood on 58’) in the 2-0 win over UC Irvine on Oct. 23 ... placed six shots on goal during the season, and took 15 corner kicks ... earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for academics. Prep -- As a senior outside back at Monte Vista High School in Danville, helped lead the Mustangs through a 49-game unbeaten streak that culminated with a fourth consecutive appearance in the North Coast Section Division 1 championship game ... belonged to a back line that conceded just seven times during a 24-match run that included a second East Bay Athletic League title in a row ... during a 3-0 playoff win over Berkeley, scored from 40 yards, earning a spot on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Goals of the Year list ... her junior season, MVHS was crowned as the SIMA FAB 50 national champion after going 24-0-2 (a stretch featuring 19 shutouts) ... was a 2015 first-team all-league and Contra Costa Times All-East Bay honoree ... selected to the IMG Academy 150 Player Pool ... also played at the Elite Clubs National League level for the Mustang Mavericks program after belonging to NorCal State Cupwinning sides in each of the previous three years ... was an honors student who also participated in Leadership and Science Alliance Mentoring while volunteering for the National Charity League ... won her school’s President’s Award for Academics, the NCS Scholar-Athlete Award and the Mustang Soccer Female Youth Referee of the Year Award. Personal -- Born on May 13, 1997 in Walnut Creek ... daughter of Jaimie and Steve ... father was on the golf team at San Francisco from 1989-93 ... is a fan of Manchester United and lists Megan Rapinoe as her favorite player ... majors in kinesiology.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 19-16 0 2 2 12 6 0-0 0 1,342 Total 19-16 0 2 2 12 6 0-0 0 1,342

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endra

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

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onsall Midfielder / Defender 5-8 • Senior Santa Cruz, CA Soquel HS 2015 -- Taking on primarily a defensive role, started 11 of her 16 matches — four of which were shutouts, including the scoreless draw with No. 13 Cal on Sept. 20 and the 2-0 win over UC Irvine on Oct. 23 ... two of her three complete-game efforts came against top-10 teams (90 minutes at No. 2 Virginia on Aug. 28 and 110 during the 1-1 draw with No. 6 BYU on Sept. 24) ... came forward to place a shot on goal in the 4-0 road win over Fresno State on Sept. 6 ... begins senior season having made 52 career appearances (with 42 starts and 3,539 minutes). 2014 -- Earned an All-Big West honorable mention as a sophomore after starting all 19 of her games ... saw 1,524 minutes altogether, including 10 matches in which she never left the pitch (among them the double-overtime scoreless draw with Long Beach State at the conference tournament semifinal in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Nov. 6, when she converted her penalty opportunity during the shootout) ... her 79th-minute goal in the 2-1 home win over Lamar on Aug. 24 was the sixthlatest equalizer in school history ... tallied the game-winner on 86’ in the 2-1 victory at Oral Roberts on Sept. 14, and placed six additional shots on target for the season ... also was key to imposing five shutouts throughout the fall. 2013 -- Was selected to the All-Big West Conference Freshman Team after playing in 17 games (including 12 starts) ... played every minute of three matches ... her goal at Cal State Northridge on Oct. 10 was the game-winner ... also scored vs. UC Riverside on Oct. 20 ... headed an assist at Hawai’i on Oct. 13 before getting another on a 40-yard pass ahead at UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 25. Prep -- As a senior at Soquel High School, was named the SCCAL Forward of the Year after scoring 18 goals ... was also first-team all-league in 2011-12, and earned second-team honors in 2010 and 2011 ... finished with a career total of 33 goals for the Knights ... played club for the Santa Cruz County Breakers ... also ran track, winning three league 100-meter dash titles (with a PR of 12.40) ... participated in student government and graduated in the top 10 percent of her class. Personal -- Born on Oct. 26, 1995 in Santa Cruz ... daughter of John and Julie ... father was on the swim team at UC Santa Cruz from 1985-89 ... mother also attended Cal Poly ... has a sister, Rachel ... majors in biological sciences (with a concentration in marine biology).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2013 17-12 2 2 6 11 7 2014 19-19 2 0 4 14 8 2015 16-11 0 0 0 7 1 Total 52-42 4 2 10 32 16

YC-RC 1-0 4-0 1-0 6-0

GWG Min. 2 1,107 1 1,524 0 908 3 3,539

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olby

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arson Forward / Midfielder 5-8 • Senior Morgan Hill, CA Valley Christian HS / Pepperdine 2015 -- Redshirted after transferring to Cal Poly. Pepperdine -- Played in 35 games (with eight starts) between her freshman and sophomore seasons in Malibu ... in 2013, had two assists and placed 11 shots on goal ... came back a year later to play in every match, contributing three goals and five assists (as well as 15 additional shots on target) on the way to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, where (as the WCC’s last-playing side) the Waves lost 1-0 to UCLA to finish 16-3-4 overall, with a No. 10 national ranking. Prep -- As a forward for Valley Christian High School, was named to the San Jose Mercury News All-Area First Team after each of her final three seasons, finishing with 48 career goals and 29 assists ... was also a three-time All-Central Coast Section Division 3 and All-West Catholic Athletic League firstteam honoree for the Warriors ... also was an honors student ... played club for the CV Chilipeppers, who finished fifth nationally in 2012 with her as their leading goal scorer during regional play (with nine for the tournament) ... refereed games in the summer, and participated in yearbook and leadership. Personal -- Born on April 14, 1995 in San Jose ... daughter of Troy (who played at San Jose State) and Jennifer ... favorite USWNT player is Carli Lloyd ... majors in business.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2013* 12-4 0 2 2 22 11 2014* 23-4 3 5 11 25 18 2015 Redshirted Total 35-8 3 7 13 47 29 * Statistics from seasons at Pepperdine

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YC-RC GWG Min. 0-0 0 584 0-0 1 805 0-0 1 1,389


assandra

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

23

asi Midfielder 5-6 • Senior Fresno, CA Bullard HS 2015 -- Played 234 minutes over 10 games ... scored in the 66th minute against Cal State Fullerton in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Nov. 1 ... placed one additional shot on goal vs. the Titans, and forced another save at No. 2 Virginia on Aug. 28 ... goes into senior year having been on the pitch for 476 minutes in 25 matches during her Mustang career. 2014 -- Came on to play in four of the last five games of the season, including the double-overtime scoreless draw with Long Beach State at home in the Big West Conference Tournament semifinals on Nov. 6 ... then in the spring match at UC Santa Barbara on April 24, assisted Elise Krieghoff during the first half of a 2-1 scrimmage win. 2013 -- Redshirted. 2012 -- Played in 10 matches ... contributed to a shutout vs. CSU Bakersfield on Aug. 19 ... took shots against No. 17 Cal on Aug. 31 and Pacific on Sept. 28. Prep -- At Bullard High School in Fresno (the same alma mater as Mustang head coach Alex Crozier), was named to the Fresno Bee All-Area First Team and was chosen as the County/Metro Athletic Conference Forward of the Year as a senior after tallying 14 goals and eight assists ... was team captain ... had 23 goals and 27 assists over final two years ... as a junior, was also a first-team All-CMAC honoree after the Knights finished as the runner-up in the Southern California Regional Division 1 playoffs, with a 25-4-1 overall record ... played club for the Cal Odyssey, which won the SoCal Blues Cup in 2010. Personal -- Born on Jan. 4, 1994 in Fresno ... daughter of Ralph and Yvonne ... has a brother, Raphael, and a sister, Stephanie ... fan of FC Basel; favorite player is Xherdan Shaqiri ... is a recreation, parks & tourism administration major (with a concentration in hospitality).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2012 10-0 0 0 0 2 0 2013 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 10-0 1 0 2 3 3 Total 25-0 1 0 2 5 3

YC-RC 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

GWG Min. 0 168 0 16 0 58 0 234 0 476

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icole

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etsch Defender 5-8 • Senior Pleasanton, CA Amador Valley HS / Pepperdine 2015 -- Played in the back line for three games — all of which were either a win or a draw: the scoreless match at San Francisco on Aug. 21 (18 minutes), the 1-1 tie at Saint Mary’s on Aug. 23 (36’) and the 2-1 victory over Richmond at the Nike Virginia Classic on Aug. 30 (59’). Pepperdine -- Began her career playing in 17 games (with 16 starts) as a freshman defender in Malibu, as the Waves had five shutouts ... then in 2014, played in 10 matches during an 11-shutout season that culminated with a 16-3-4 overall record, a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament and a No. 10 national ranking ... in all, saw 1,883 minutes either in the back line or midfield throughout her first two collegiate seasons. Prep -- As a senior midfielder and captain for Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, was an All-East Bay Athletic League honoree while helping the Dons reach the North Coast Section playoffs ... also competed in track, setting the school record and winning a league title in the 100-meter dash (with a time of 12.24 seconds) ... was a scholar-athlete ... also played for the Danville-based Mustang Fury club, which had back-to-back eighth-place Elite Clubs National League finishes from 2011-12 and advanced to the Surf Cup semifinals in the latter year ... made the ECNL San Diego all-event team in 2013 ... previously played for the Pleasanton Rage ... also directed soccer camps for the Skyhawks program and refereed youth games. Personal -- Born on Nov. 13, 1995 in Clovis ... daughter of Celeste and Darren ... her older sister Braelyn was also a defender at Cal Poly (from 2010-13) ... is a fan of FC Barcelona, and her favorite player is Messi ... majors in business.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2013* 17-16 0 0 0 0 0 2014* 10-1 0 0 0 0 0 2015 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 30-17 0 0 0 0 0 * Statistics from seasons at Pepperdine

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YC-RC 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

GWG Min. 0 1,398 0 485 0 113 0 1,996


enzie

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

4

lood Forward / Midfielder 5-5 • Junior Los Gatos, CA Los Gatos HS 2015 -- As a sophomore, played in all 19 games, including 10 starts for 919 minutes ... scored in the 7-2 win at Hawai’i (42’) on Oct. 4 and the 2-0 victory over UC Irvine (58’) on Oct. 23 ... also had six other shots on goal during the season ... assisted on the seventh-fastest goal in school history (a minute and 12 seconds from kickoff), as Caitlyn Kreutz headed in her cross from the right side to ignite a 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6. 2014 -- Played in 12 games as a true freshman in the attacking third ... saw 227 minutes altogether, including 12 in the Big West Conference Tournament semifinal against Long Beach State on Nov. 6 ... the Mustangs outscored the opposition 2410 during matches in which she came on ... her 79th-minute assist in the 2-1 home win over Lamar on Aug. 24 led to the sixth-latest equalizer in school history ... placed a shot on goal during the 2-0 Blue-Green Rivalry victory over UC Santa Barbara in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Oct. 26. Prep -- In her senior season as a co-captain at Los Gatos High School, helped lead the Wildcats to the Central Coast Section Division 1 championship (their first since 1996) ... was also named to the San Jose Mercury News’ All-Area Second Team after her junior season, when she was No. 1 in the De Anza Division with 16 goals and seven assists to help push LGHS to the league title ... was also the league’s Offensive MVP, and was selected as the De Anza Junior of the Year by Prep2Prep. com after being a driving force for the conference’s most explosive attack (50 goals in 21 matches) ... was coached by former D.C. United and San Jose Clash midfielder Shawn Medved ... also has played for the De Anza Force club ... was a high school teammate of fellow Mustang Kayla McQuade. Personal -- Born on March 5, 1996 in San Jose ... daughter of Stan and Melissa ... has a brother, Niko ... majors in graphic communication.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2014 12-0 0 1 1 3 1 2015 19-10 2 1 5 13 8 Total 31-10 2 2 6 16 9

YC-RC 0-0 1-0 1-0

GWG Min. 0 227 1 919 1 1,146

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Women’s Soccer

iki

14

oster Midfielder 5-1 • Senior San Jose, CA Archbishop Mitty HS 2015 -- Played in six matches; started the 2-1 win over Richmond at the Nike Virginia Classic on Aug. 30 ... assisted on Elise Krieghoff’s 22nd-minute goal during the 7-2 victory at Hawai’i on Oct. 4 ... closed the season by playing 38 minutes vs. Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 1 ... begins senior year having made 30 career appearances as a Mustang ... awarded a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Highest Honor Roll for academics. 2014 -- Earned four starts among her 16 games played in the midfield ... saw 425 minutes in all, helping the Mustangs lead the conference in both overall goals scored (32) and assists distributed during league play (15) ... took three corner kicks on the season ... also qualified for the Big West All-Academic Team. 2013 -- Played in eight games, including 2-0 win over Long Beach State to open Big West play on Oct. 4 ... was on the pitch for a season-high 64 minutes at No. 20 Santa Clara on Sept. 29 ... favorite memory was winning the conference title at UC Davis on Oct. 31 “because of the team chemistry and atmosphere of all of us together accomplishing that.” 2012 -- Redshirted. Prep -- Helped lead Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose to a combined 32-8-7 record in her sophomore and junior seasons ... in the latter year, the Monarchs won the Central Coast Section championship ... was a teammate of current Mustang center back Nicole Wheeler ... graduated in top 10 percent as an AP Scholar With Distinction ... played club for the De Anza Force. Personal -- Born on Jan. 6, 1995 in San Jose ... daughter of Joseph and Izumi ... mother played at Chico State from 198487 ... has two sisters, Bailey and Makena ... fan of Arsenal FC; favorite players include Jack Wilshere and James Rodriguez ... is majoring in biological sciences (with a concentration in anatomy and physiology).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2012 Redshirted 2013 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 16-4 0 0 0 3 0 2015 6-1 0 1 1 1 0 Total 30-5 0 1 1 4 0

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YC-RC GWG Min. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 0

141 425 143 709


mily

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

15

ansen Midfielder 5-9 • Junior Sacramento, CA Rio Americano HS 2015 -- As a sophomore, won the Big West Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week award on Sept. 14 a day after scoring the game-winning goal (71’) and assisting on the other (30’) in the 2-1 victory over San Jose State ... also scored on a 27th-minute blast from the top of the 18-yard box during the 4-1 win over Dayton in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Sept. 18 ... had two additional shots on goal, and was part of a midfield that helped the Mustangs lead the league in corners won (with 45 in conference play) ... started all 17 of her games, playing 1,452 minutes (a total featuring a dozen complete-game efforts, including the scoreless draw vs. No. 13 Cal on Sept. 20 and the 1-1 tie with No. 6 BYU on Sept. 24) ... also made the Big West All-Academic Team ... was appointed a co-captain for the 2016 season. 2014 -- Earned a spot on the All-Big West Freshman Team, and was also selected as the Mustang Rookie of the Year ... played in all 20 matches, starting 19 of them ... never came off the pitch in nine games, including the double-overtime scoreless draw in the conference tournament semifinal at home on Nov. 6 against Long Beach State — one of five shutouts to which she contributed throughout the season ... saw 1,565 minutes in all ... also had two assists and placed five shots on goal during the year. Prep -- During her junior year at Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, the Raiders finished ranked No. 5 in the nation by MaxPreps.com and No. 8 by the NSCAA (as well as No. 1 in California in both rankings) ... they went 18-0-2 during the season, which ended in a third consecutive Sac-Joaquin Section Division 3 championship ... was chosen as the Capital Athletic League Defensive Player of the Year and was an all-city selection ... also was a Sacramento Bee honorable mention in basketball, an all-league cross country runner, and a volleyball player ... was valedictorian, and belonged to the National Society of High School Scholars and the California Scholarship Federation ... played club for Placer United, which won the 2013 Davis Legacy Tournament (with her earning the MVP award). Personal -- Born on Feb. 20, 1996 in Sacramento ... daughter of Paul and Yvonne ... father played at Cal Poly from 1985 to 1988 before a pro career from 1993 to 2001 for the Sacramento Knights of the Continental Indoor Soccer League and the World Indoor Soccer League ... has a brother, Zachary, and a sister, Megan ... is a Chelsea fan; favorite players include Fernando Torres and Oscar ... majors in biological sciences.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS 2014 20-19 2015 17-17 Total 37-36

G A Pts. 0 2 2 2 1 5 2 3 7

Sh. 10 10 20

SOG 5 4 9

YC-RC 3-0 7-1 10-1

GWG Min. 0 1,565 1 1,452 1 3,017

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Cal Poly

Women’s Soccer

Meet the Mustangs

elly

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essloff Midfielder 5-4 • Sophomore Cypress, CA Cypress HS 2015 -- Played in 10 games as a freshman, spanning 340 minutes (including 121’ over the final three matches of the season) ... assisted on Emily Hansen’s 71st-minute gamewinning goal during the 2-1 victory over San Jose State in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Sept. 13 ... forced a save with a 26th-minute shot at UC Davis on Oct. 1 ... in the ensuing spring exhibition season from April 15 through May 8, scored four goals (one apiece vs. Fresno City College, UC Santa Barbara, Fresno State and Cal State Monterey Bay) — two of which came on penalties ... also earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Highest Honor Roll for academics. Prep -- As a senior midfielder at Cypress High School, captained the Centurions to an Empire League title in 10-0-0 fashion and then to the Southern Section Division 3 championship game ... afterward, was named the school’s overall Athlete of the Year ... prior to 2014-15 season, was chosen as one of the Orange County Register’s 10 area players to watch ... also was selected as league MVP as a junior after tallying 15 goals ... was a four-year starter & all-conference honoree ... also helped Beach FC to the 2014 U-18 club title at the Youth Soccer National Championships, as well as the 2013 Surf Cup crown ... in addition to being an honors student and scholar-athlete, she also belonged to the physics club and participated in Do Your Part. Personal -- Born on Feb. 4, 1997 in Long Beach ... daughter of Debbie and Jerry ... is a Manchester United fan, while Carli Lloyd is her favorite player ... majors in environmental engineering.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 10-1 0 1 1 5 1 0-0 0 340 Total 10-1 0 1 1 5 1 0-0 0 340

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shley

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

3

irchick Forward 5-7 • Sophomore San Jose, CA Archbishop Mitty HS 2015 -- Played in 18 of the 19 games as a freshman, earning 502 minutes altogether ... her four assists tied for the Big West Conference’s 10th-highest total ... the assists came in the 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6 (82’ to Caitlyn Kreutz), the 4-1 victory over Dayton on Sept. 18 (27’; Emily Hansen), the 7-2 win at Hawai’i on Oct. 4 (59’; Elise Krieghoff) and the 2-1 loss to Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 1 (66’; Cassandra Fäsi) ... also placed five shots on goal during the year ... in the spring exhibition vs. Fresno City College on April 15, also assisted on Kelly Kessloff’s goal. Prep -- As a senior forward at Archbishop Mitty High School, earned San Jose Mercury News All-Bay Area honorable mention recognition ... had 12 goals both as a junior and senior for the Monarchs, along with seven assists combined between the two seasons, the latter of which ended with a No. 10 national ranking from MaxPreps.com after a 20-1-2 overall record, including an 11-0-1 championship in the West Catholic Athletic League ... also went on to win the Central Coast Section Division 2 title (her third) ... also earned first-team allleague accolades in 2014-15 ... played club for the Central Valley Arsenal and Santa Clara Sporting (for whom she was a captain and the leading goal scorer in 2015) ... also volunteered for the National Charity League. Personal -- Born on June 14, 1997 in San Jose ... daughter of Alan and Stephanie ... favorite USWNT players are Tobin Heath and Megan Rapinoe ... majors in recreation, parks & tourism administration, with a concentration in sports management.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 18-0 0 4 4 15 5 0-0 0 502 Total 18-0 0 4 4 15 5 0-0 0 502

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ydney

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nauer Midfielder 5-8 • Sophomore San Luis Obispo, CA San Luis Obispo HS 2015 -- Played 96 minutes over her five games as a freshman ... scored a goal in the 80th minute of the 7-2 win at Hawai’i on Oct. 4 ... academically, earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Prep -- As a midfielder at San Luis Obispo High School, earned All-Pac-8 First Team honors as a junior and senior ... captained a Tiger squad coached by former Cal Poly center mid Kaleena Andruss to the Southern Section Division 3 playoffs ... was chosen as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a freshman and then also as Team MVP and Most Inspirational Player by 2014-15 ... also played for the SLO Storm club, winning a U-16 State Cup championship in 2013 ... was also a scholar-athlete, California Scholarship Federation student and ASB vice president, and competed in volleyball and track ... also coached at summer camps and participated in SLO Marathon, Walk MS and Miracle Miles for Kids. Personal -- Born on May 1, 1997 in San Luis Obispo ... daughter of Diana and Chris ... is a fan of the LA Galaxy and USWNT; Megan Rapinoe is her favorite player ... majors in business (with a concentration in marketing).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 5-0 1 0 2 1 1 0-0 0 96 Total 5-0 1 0 2 1 1 0-0 0 96

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aitlyn

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

30

reutz Forward 5-3 • Sophomore Clovis, CA Buchanan HS 2015 -- Earned All-Big West Freshman Team honors after scoring a team-high seven times (tied for the conference’s fifthleading total overall) ... started 13 of her 19 games, playing 1,150 minutes ... tallied three braces: in the 2-1 win over Richmond on Aug. 30, the 4-0 shutout of Fresno State on Sept. 6 and the 7-2 victory at Hawai’i on Oct. 4 ... also had an assist against the Rainbow Wahine (making for a 15-point total that ranked eighth throughout the conference) ... her first goal vs. the Bulldogs (a minute and 12 seconds in) was the seventh-fastest in school history ... her 88th-minute game-winner against the Spiders (following her penalty on 60’) was the fourth-latest go-ahead strike all-time at Cal Poly, resulting in a selection to the Virginia Nike Classic All-Tournament Team ... placed seven additional shots on target during the season ... was voted by teammates as squad’s co-Rookie of the Year ... also scored a goal in the spring exhibition against UC Santa Barbara on April 28 ... before sophomore season, played in two games for the Philippines National Team at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Football Federation Championship in Mandalay, Myanmar, where she earned her first international cap as a sub during a 4-0 loss to Vietnam on July 28 before making her first start on July 30 for a closing 2-0 win over Singapore (leading to a third-place finish in Group A). Prep -- As a forward at Buchanan High School in Clovis, was named the Fresno Bee Player of the Year and Tri-River Athletic Conference MVP in each of her last two seasons after leading the Bears to Central Section Division 1 championships every year of her career ... scored a golden goal in the first round of the 2015 Southern California regional tournament, similar to another game-winner she tallied in the closing moments of the 2014 Valley Final ... had 24 goals and 12 assists as a senior captain, part of a 67-goal, 34-assist total ... also was a first-team all-league honoree as a sophomore ... along with Mustang attacking players Elise Krieghoff and Kacey Held, hails from a program that had won nine of 10 section titles and was consistently ranked among the nation’s top 25 sides by either MaxPreps or TopDrawerSoccer ... in the summer, played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, helping the Fresno Freeze FC finish third in the Pacific-North Division (at 8-3-1) ... also played for the Central California Soccer Alliance (which won the 2015 NorCal State Cup); was the club’s leading goal scorer every year ... also played basketball and competed in track & field ... was an AP student and California Scholarship Federation member, and belonged to leadership and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Personal -- Born on Jan. 28, 1997 in Mission Viejo ... daughter of Olaf and Rose ... is a fan of FC Barcelona and the USWNT; Lionel Messi and Carli Lloyd are two of her favorite players ... majors in business (with a concentration in agriculture).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 19-13 7 1 15 25 14 1-0 2 1,150 Total 19-13 7 1 15 25 14 1-0 2 1,150

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tephanie

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agellan Midfielder 5-4 • Sophomore San Jose, CA Cupertino HS 2015 -- Was chosen as the team’s Most Improved Player after playing 146 minutes over the final three games of the season, including back-to-back starts against UC Irvine on Oct. 23 and UC Riverside on Oct. 25 ... altogether, made seven appearances in first year ... placed a shot on goal at CSUN on Oct. 11 ... also assisted on a goal in the spring exhibition vs. UC Santa Barbara on April 28 ... was one of 24 individuals invited back to the Brazilian National Team U-20 training camp held from February to March at Granja Comary, and then one of 18 called to Teresópolis in May for a mixed-roster session alongside World Cup veterans such as Formiga. Prep -- As a senior forward at Cupertino High School, earned San Jose Mercury News All-Area First Team honors, as well as the MVP award for the El Camino Division of the Santa Clara Valley League, after tallying 33 goals and 12 assists as a captain ... her 78-point total led the Central Coast Section ... chosen as the overall Pioneer Athlete of the Year ... ended career with a school-record total of 70 goals & 30 assists ... produced 25 multi-goal games over four seasons ... hails from same program as all-regional Mustang midfielder Cici Kobinski ... in April of 2015, was one of 28 players invited to the U-20 Brazil camp in Pinheiral ... also played for the De Anza Force club, with whom she won an ECNL U-15 championship in 2013 (two years after playing for a Santa Clara Sporting Green side that received a No. 1 national ranking) ... refereed games in the South Bay with spare time ... was an honors student, and also volunteered for the Tino Cancer Society. Personal -- Born on Aug. 25, 1997 in Rio de Janeiro ... daughter of Roberto and Christina ... her younger brother Christian is also a soccer player ... two of her family members are among the 10 most prolific strikers in San Francisco history; her father (who went on to play for the U.S. Futsal National Team) scored 38 times (along with 12 assists) for the Dons from 1982-85, after her uncle Felipe had 45 goals and 26 assists five years earlier amid a career that saw USF win national championships in 1978 and 1980 ... favorite players include Marta, Neymar, Messi and Alex Morgan ... majors in kinesiology.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 7-2 0 0 0 4 1 0-0 0 211 Total 7-2 0 0 0 4 1 0-0 0 211

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exi

Women’s Soccer

2016

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arietti Defender 5-7 • Redshirt Freshman Dana Point, CA Dana Hills HS 2015 -- Redshirted. Prep -- As a senior defender at Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, earned All-South Coast League First Team status ... was a three-year team captain ... as a freshman, her side advanced to the Southern Section Division 1 semifinals, finishing with a No. 23 national ranking from MaxPreps ... won two conference championships during career ... also played for So Cal Blues SC from San Juan Capistrano, winning two ECNL championships; 2013 saw the club concede the field’s fewest goals through an undefeated run in its bracket, and TopDrawerSoccer listed her as one of the 10 most impressive players at an event in San Diego ... an IMG Academy 150 selection, TDS also ranked her as one of the top 40 defenders throughout the country ... in addition to being an honors student and California Scholarship Federation member, belonged to the Make-A-Wish club and PTSA. Personal -- Born on Oct. 3, 1996 in Dana Point ... daughter of Stephanie and David ... favorite USWNT player is Kelley O’Hara ... majors in business.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 Redshirted Total -

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ayla

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uade Forward / Midfielder 5-6 • Sophomore Los Gatos, CA Los Gatos HS 2015 -- Made her collegiate debut by playing 27 minutes during the 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6 ... academically, earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2014 -- Redshirted. Prep -- As a senior at Los Gatos High School, led the Wildcats with 10 goals (and added five assists) during their first Central Coast Section Division 1 championship run in 18 years ... was named to the San Jose Mercury News’ all-area team after each of her final three seasons ... totaled 19 goals and 13 assists between her sophomore and junior years ... was named to the All-De Anza Division First Team ... was a high school teammate of fellow Mustang McKenzie Flood. Personal -- Born on Oct. 18, 1996 in Los Gatos ... daughter of Patrick and Lynne ... has a sister, Jessica ... has an uncle, John Skurla, who was a 19th-round draft choice of the San Francisco Giants after being chosen as the Pac-10 North Division Player of the Year at Washington State in 1984 ... majors in kinesiology.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2014 Redshirted 2015 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 27 Total 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 27

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ichaela

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2016

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lney Forward 5-4 • Sophomore Santa Maria, CA Righetti HS 2015 -- Played in the 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6 and the 2-1 victory over San Jose State on Sept. 13. Prep -- As a forward for Righetti High School, was an AllSouthern Section Division 3 First Team honoree her sophomore year ... also won the Pac-8 Offensive Player of the Year award in each of her first two seasons, and was an all-league first-team selection as a senior, as well ... the Warriors went 39-9-2 in conference play with her leading the attack (59-176 overall) ... had 49 career goals and 32 assists ... earned a Northern Santa Barbara County Round Table Athlete of the Week award in 2015 ... played club for the SLO Storm ... also competed in volleyball (as a libero) and track (sprints) ... was a scholar-athlete ... also coached a YMCA team, volunteered at a local homeless shelter and helped at Special Olympics. Personal -- Born on Oct. 21, 1996 in Santa Maria ... daughter of Matt and Kelly ... is a fourth-generation Cal Poly student ... niece of two Mustang greats: Melanie Hathaway, a former AVCA all-region outside hitter in volleyball from 1997 to 2001, & Jeremiah Mayes, a starting forward for the men’s basketball team during the same era ... is an LA Galaxy fan; Sydney Leroux is also one of her favorite players ... majors in recreation, parks & tourism administration.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2015 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 20 Total 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 20

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reanna

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ittmann Midfielder 5-4 • Senior Livermore, CA Granada HS 2015 -- Played 17 minutes in the 4-0 win at Fresno State on Sept. 6 ... after her return from injury, was voted by teammates as the squad’s Most Inspirational Player ... earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Highest Honor Roll for academics ... appointed as a co-captain for the 2016 season. 2014 -- Scored in the 77th minute of the 3-0 exhibition win over Westmont on Aug. 14 in Alex G. Spanos Stadium, and then eight days later in the regular-season opener at Pepperdine, assisted Allie Bégin for an 85th-minute goal to cut the Waves’ lead to 2-1 ... started the next match, a 2-1 home win over Lamar on Aug. 24 ... was again a Dean’s List honoree ... in the ensuing spring season, also scored in the friendly vs. UC Davis on May 3. 2013 -- Redshirted. 2012 -- Started the season’s first eight matches in the middle third before being injured ... played every minute in all but two of the initial seven games. Prep -- Was named to the All-East Bay League First Team as a midfielder at Granada High School in Livermore ... was also selected to the Contra Costa Times’ all-area third team following her senior year with the Matadors ... played for the Mustang Rampage club ... also participated in DECA. Personal -- Born on Jan. 16, 1994 in Pleasanton ... daughter of Brian and Brandi ... father also attended Cal Poly ... has a brother, Bradley, and two sisters, Brooke and Bridget ... supervises intramural sports on campus for ASI ... is an avid ukulele and guitar player ... majoring in graphic communication (with a concentration in management).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2012 8-8 0 0 0 3 0 2013 Redshirted 2014 5-1 0 1 1 1 0 2015 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 14-9 0 1 1 4 0

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YC-RC GWG Min. 1-0 0 675 0-0 0 127 0-0 0 17 1-0 0 819


ianna

Women’s Soccer

2016

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osati Defender 6-1 • Junior Redwood City, CA Woodside HS 2015 -- Started all 19 games as a sophomore, playing 1,744 minutes (third-most on the team) ... never left the pitch for 15 of the 19, including four shutouts (scoreless draws with San Francisco and No. 13 Cal, plus 4-0 and 2-0 wins over Fresno State and UC Irvine) as well as the 1-1 tie against No. 6 BYU ... assisted on Emily Hansen’s 71st-minute game-winning goal (making it 2-1) vs. San Jose State on Sept. 13 (when she also came forward to place two shots on frame) ... earned a spot on the Big West Conference All-Academic Team. 2014 -- Earned All-Big West Freshman Team status after playing 1,616 minutes ... was a mainstay in a back line that produced five shutouts ... started 17 of her 19 matches, including 12 complete-game efforts (one of which was the doubleovertime scoreless draw with Long Beach State in the conference tournament semifinal at home on Nov. 6, when she converted her penalty chance to put the Mustangs ahead 1-0 in the shootout) ... had a secondary assist on a 57th-minute Elise Krieghoff goal in the 6-1 win over Fresno State in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Sept. 19, and scored on a 12th-minute header from a corner kick in the 2-0 victory against Hawai’i on Oct. 12 ... also had five additional shots on target during the fall, and went on to add two goals during the spring exhibition schedule in April and May. Prep -- As a senior defender at Woodside High School, helped lead the Wildcats to the Central Coast Section Division 2 championship match ... earned All-Area First Team status from the San Jose Mercury News in each of her final two seasons (during which she also moved up in set pieces to score 26 times) ... in her junior and senior years, team went a combined 37-3-7, with all but six of the wins coming by shutout ... was a three-time Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division Defensive Player of the Year ... in 2013, when Woodside won its first division title in 36 years, she was also the San Mateo Daily Journal Player of the Year and the Menlo Park Daily News Defensive Player of the Year ... was a team captain ... also ran a year of cross country, was an honors student, and participated in leadership ... played for the Juventus Avanza club, which won the NorCal State Cup in 2013 and 2014. Personal -- Born on Oct. 11, 1996 in Palo Alto ... daughter of Marc and Sarah ... has a sister, Lisa ... fan of Arsenal FC; Mesut Özil, Vincent Kompany and Angel Di Maria are three of her favorite players ... is a political science major.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2014 19-17 1 1 3 17 6 2015 19-19 0 1 1 6 2 Total 38-36 1 2 4 23 8

YC-RC 3-0 3-0 6-0

GWG Min. 1 1,616 0 1,744 1 3,360

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ordan

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mith Midfielder 5-3 • Senior Palo Alto, CA Palo Alto HS 2015 -- Redshirted ... academically, earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Highest Honor Roll. 2014 -- Played in the 6-1 home win over Fresno State on Sept. 19, contributing to the Mustangs’ largest margin of victory since 2008 ... during her time at Cal Poly, the team has won three times as many Big West Conference matches as it has lost (12-4-0) ... was also a Dean’s List student. 2013 -- Six of the 13 games in which she played were shutouts, including the 1-0 win at UC Davis on Oct. 31 that clinched the Big West regular-season title for the Mustangs ... played a season-high 52 minutes in the middle third during the 3-2 double-overtime win at Hawai’i on Oct. 13. Prep -- At Palo Alto High School, scored five goals with four assists as a junior ... also played club for Palo Alto 95G Blue, which in 2012 was ranked No. 7 in the state ... in 2010, the club was a NorCal State Cup finalist ... also lettered in lacrosse and cross country, and wrote for school newspaper ... was a referee for U-14 soccer during the summer. Personal -- Born on Dec. 9, 1994 in Palo Alto ... daughter of Eddie and Carolyn ... has a brother, Austin ... fan of Manchester United; Tobin Heath is one of her favorite players ... majors in business.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2013 13-0 0 0 0 1 0 2014 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Redshirted Total 14-0 0 0 0 1 0

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YC-RC GWG Min. 0-0 0 211 0-0 0 11 0-0 0 222


hannon

Women’s Soccer

2016

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Cal Poly

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tabler Midfielder 5-7 • Senior Lafayette, CA Campolindo HS 2015 -- Redshirted. 2014 -- Played in the 6-1 home win over Fresno State on Sept. 19, contributing to the Mustangs’ largest margin of victory since 2008. Prep -- At Campolindo High School in Moraga, earned AllDiablo Foothill League First Team accolades ... was a multitime Contra Costa Times Star of the Week ... was named the Cougars’ Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... helped lead Campolindo to a combined 23-5-8 record in league play ... played club for Lamorinda, which won the USA Cup championship in 2012 ... also was a Lafayette Youth Commission member and a swim coach. Personal -- Born on Dec. 21, 1994 in Walnut Creek ... daughter of Bob and Sue ... father also attended Cal Poly, as have two sisters, Kirsten and Kathryn ... is a member of Campus Crusade ... fan of FC Barcelona ... majors in kinesiology (with a concentration in exercise science).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2014 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 11 2015 Redshirted Total 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 11

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rittney

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iboch Goalkeeper 5-6 • Sophomore San Diego, CA Westview HS 2015 -- In the spring exhibition season from April 15 through May 8, helped the Mustangs go 3-0-3, including four shutouts ... academically, earned a spot on the Big West Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2014 -- Redshirted. Prep -- As a senior at Westview High School in San Diego, had the best GAA in the Palomar League (0.968), and recorded the second-most shutouts (11) in the 12-year history of the school ... the Wolverines finished ranked No. 23 in the state by MaxPreps.com after winning the Southern California Regional Division 1 championship ... also played basketball ... was a San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic honoree, and was a member of the National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation; also participated in peer counseling ... played for West Coast FC. Personal -- Born on Oct. 31, 1996 in Poway ... daughter of Rick and Carlene ... father ran track and cross country at Cal State Northridge ... has a brother, Danny ... family includes several accomplished athletes, including cousins Matt Viboch (a fly-half for four national championship-winning rugby teams at Cal from 1999-2002) and Carolyn Lee (who played in the 1999 field hockey Final Four for Iowa) ... has coached for TOPSoccer, a program for young players with disabilities ... admires Manchester United, Real Madrid and the L.A. Galaxy; Wayne Rooney, Manuel Weber and Clint Dempsey are a few of her favorite players ... majors in graphic communication (with a minor in math).

Career Statistics Season MP-MS Min. GA GAA Saves Sv. % W-L-D ShO 2014-15 Redshirted Fall -

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acy

Women’s Soccer

2016

Meet the Mustangs

Cal Poly

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rabel Midfielder 5-6 • Sophomore San Diego, CA Torrey Pines HS / Iowa State 2015 -- Redshirted after transferring to Cal Poly. Iowa State -- As a freshman for the Cyclones in 2014, played in five games, all in Big 12 Conference play (including two starts) ... was on the field for 252 minutes, including all 90 during a 1-0 win over TCU in the finale on Oct. 31 (when she had one of her two shots on goal; the other came at Kansas a week earlier) ... was elected by teammates and coaches to serve on department’s leadership committee. Prep -- As a senior at Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, helped lead the Falcons to a 23-3-1 overall record, an unbeaten Palomar League championship at 9-0-1 and a No. 7 state ranking (No. 17 nationally) from MaxPreps.com ... team went a combined 15-3-1 in conference matches over her two varsity seasons, reaching the semifinals of the Southern California Regional Division 1 postseason in the latter year ... earned San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team and all-league honors in 2013 and 2014 ... also played for the San Diego Surf club, which won the Surf Cup title and placed 11th at the ECNL national tournament in 2013 ... was a National Honor Society student. Personal -- Born on Oct. 5, 1996 in Los Angeles ... daughter of Eve and Marty; has a sister, Kyra ... is a fan of FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich, and Messi and Antoine Griezmann are among her favorite players ... majors in business, with a concentration in marketing.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG YC-RC GWG Min. 2014* 5-2 0 0 0 4 2 - 0 252 2015 Redshirted Total 5-2 0 0 0 4 2 - 0 252 * Statistics from season at Iowa State

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icole

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heeler Midfielder 5-11 • Senior Saratoga, CA Archbishop Mitty HS 2015 -- Among her 16 games were four shutouts, including the scoreless draw against No. 13 Cal on Sept. 20 and the 2-0 win over UC Irvine on Oct. 23 (one of five matches in which she never left the field) ... also came forward to assist on Katarina Drake’s seventh-minute header with a cross from the right side during the 4-0 victory at Fresno State on Sept. 6, and placed a shot on goal at San Francisco on Aug. 21 ... begins senior season having made 45 career appearances (via 33 starts and 3,002 minutes). 2014 -- Was an All-Big West honorable mention in the back line ... started 16 of her 17 games ... in each of her final eight matches played, never came off the field (following an additional trio of earlier-season complete-game efforts) ... tallied the first goal of her career on a 26th-minute header in the 3-0 road win over Long Beach State on Oct. 3 ... contributed to five shutouts during the fall, including the draw vs. LBSU in the conference tournament semifinal at home on Nov. 6, when she also successfully converted her penalty opportunity after two scoreless overtimes. 2013 -- Redshirted. 2012 -- Played in 10 matches, including two starts (at Loyola Marymount on Aug. 17 and at Fresno State on Sept. 23; never left the pitch vs. the Bulldogs). Prep -- As a senior at Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, was named to the San Jose Mercury News All-Area First Team and the West Catholic League First Team after helping the defense shut out 18 opponents ... added four goals and one assist for the nation’s third-ranked team ... during her junior year, the Monarchs went 18-2-4 and won the Central Coast Section championship ... was a teammate of current Mustang midfielder Miki Foster ... also lettered for four years in field hockey ... was an honor roll student. Personal -- Born on Jan. 4, 1994 in Los Gatos ... daughter of Richard and Jody ... mother also attended Cal Poly ... has a sister, Allie ... majors in communication studies.

Career Statistics Season MP-MS G A Pts. Sh. SOG 2012 10-2 0 0 0 0 0 2013 2-2 0 0 0 0 0 2014 17-16 1 0 2 5 1 2015 16-13 0 1 1 3 1 Total 45-33 1 1 3 8 2

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YC-RC 1-0 0-0 4-0 1-0 6-0

GWG Min. 0 341 0 156 1 1,369 0 1,136 1 3,002


Meet the Mustangs ophia

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rown 5-8 • Freshman • Goalkeeper Pleasanton, CA (Foothill HS) Prep -- Graduated from Foothill High School in Pleasanton as the overall CIF Farmers Insurance Female ScholarAthlete of the Year for 2015-16 ... was selected from a pool of 400 candidates representing 1,576 schools around the state’s 20 sections; won a $5,000 scholarship and was honored at the State Capitol on May 26 ... played club soccer for Rage SC since 2003, and captained her ECNL team for two years ... in the summer of 2016, played for San Ramon FC in the Women’s Premier Soccer League ... was also an Olympic Development Program selection from 2011-14 ... outside of the club soccer schedule, was an All-East Bay Athletic League First Team lacrosse player in the North Coast Section (and Team MVP), as well as a captain and four-year varsity player in basketball (earning the Falcons’ 2015 Best Defender Award, plus All-EBAL first-team status as a senior) ... was a National AP Scholar, a California Scholarship Federation member and a National Merit Letter of Commendation student ... served as her graduating class’ ASB President ... also refereed for Cal North Soccer, participated in the National Charity League and was a youth commissioner for the City of Pleasanton Parks and Recreation Department. Personal -- Born on Dec. 27, 1997 in Pleasanton ... daughter of Martha and Geoff, each of whom are Princeton grads ... two of her four sisters are also Cal Poly alumni ... favorite players include Kelley O’Hara and David Bingham ... majors in aerospace engineering.

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ea

2016

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arrillo 5-7 • Freshman • Defender San Diego, CA (Poway HS) Prep -- Helped lead Poway High School to the San Diego Section Division 1 playoffs all four years ... was a captain for the Titans, tallying 14 career assists as an AllPalomar League defender ... her squad won the conference title at 7-2-1 in 2013, when she was one of only two freshmen on varsity ... also distributed the most assists among all Coast Soccer League outside backs while helping Albion SC to Surf Cup championships in 2012 and 2015, as well as a National Cup title in 2013 and a California Regional League crown in 2016 ... praised by GoalNation.com as the most effective throw-in specialist in the country due to her ability to inbound up to 40 yards ... was a San Diego UnionTribune All-Academic Team member, won a Student Leadership Award and participated in ASB ... also was a volunteer coach at St. Michael’s Prep, was the lead anchor for the Poway News Network, and interned with The IdeaHouse and TMBC. Personal -- Born on July 26, 1998 in San Diego ... daughter of Jason and Tamara ... is a fan of FC Barcelona, while her favorite players also include Alex Morgan and David Beckham ... majors in communications (with a potential minor in broadcast journalism).

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egan

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emijohn 5-5 • Freshman • Forward

Thousand Oaks, CA (Oaks Christian HS)

Prep -- As a senior center-mid for Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, earned All-Southern Section Division 2 and All-Marmonte League First Team honors ... had six assists and three goals while leading the Lions to the quarterfinals of the playoffs and a final No. 27 statewide ranking from MaxPreps.com ... converted the winning penalty after a second-round draw in the 2016 postseason ... was also chosen as her conference’s co-Offensive MVP and as a TopDrawerSoccer.com California All-Star as a junior ... finished varsity career with 24 goals and 30 assists as squad went a combined 73-17-6 overall (37-4-3 in league play), a stretch including the 2014 Division 3 championship and three Southern California regional tournaments ... also was a captain for Eagles SC from Camarillo, playing at the ECNL level since 2011 ... was an honors student who also coached at her school’s soccer camps. Personal -- Born on March 28, 1998 in Bellevue, Wash. ... daughter of Todd and Fatiha ... father was also an NCAA student-athlete, playing baseball for Northern Colorado from 1981-84 (earning third-team Academic All-American honors as a Bears catcher in 1983) ... has a sister, Madison ... in addition to being a fan of FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, her favorite players include Antoine Griezmann, Tobin Heath, Megan Rapinoe and Messi ... majors in kinesiology.

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achael

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aaland 5-10 • Freshman • Goalkeeper San Jose, CA (Valley Christian HS) Prep -- As a senior goalkeeper for Valley Christian High School in San Jose, led the Warriors to the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division 1 playoffs, where she blocked three shots after a draw with St. Ignatius went to penalties ... anchored team to a 6-0-0 start in 2015-16, conceding only two goals outside of West Catholic Athletic League play, before earning All-WCAL honors ... in junior year, helped squad to another quarterfinals postseason run, earning All-CCS honorable mention and Team Defensive MVP accolades ... played her first two seasons at Presentation High School, posting eight shutouts and 81 saves for the Panthers in 2012-13 ... also assisted on goals in all four seasons during her varsity career ... also played for Almaden FC and De Anza Force SC, helping the latter’s 1996 side to a Magic Cup championship ... also coached at Valley Christian summer camps, was a member of the National Charity League and was a scholar-athlete honoree. Personal -- Born on Sept. 24, 1997 in San Jose ... daughter of Mark and Valerie ... her favorite players are U.S. National Team goalkeepers Hope Solo and Tim Howard ... majors in business (with a concentration in marketing).


essica

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ohnson 5-7 • Freshman • Forward Lakewood, CA (St. Joseph HS) Prep -- As a senior at St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, helped lead the Jesters to an outright (5-1-0) Del Rey League championship ... in the title-clincher, a 3-0 road win over La Salle, she scored two goals as her team advanced to the Southern Section Division 2 playoffs ... earned all-league accolades for three straight seasons, and was also an alldivisional first-team honoree ... as a freshman, was part of a conference championship squad that finished No. 26 in MaxPreps.com’s state rankings; her sophomore season also included an appearance in the Division 3 championship match ... in club season, helped Beach FC win the 2014 National Cup (after a 27-0 goal differential through regional play), followed by a return to the finals in 2015 ... also refereed AYSO games in Long Beach ... was an honors student, and won her faculty’s Geometry Teacher Award, Spanish Teacher Award and English Teacher Award. Personal -- Born on Jan. 5, 1998 in Torrance ... daughter of Blake and Julie ... in addition to being a fan of FC Barcelona, Xavi Hernandez is one of her favorite players ... majors in kinesiology.

Women’s Soccer

ordan

2016

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Cal Poly

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atane 5-0 • Freshman • Forward San Diego, CA (Point Loma HS) Prep -- As a senior captain for Point Loma High School, had the third-highest points total throughout the entire San Diego Section (78, from 27 goals and 24 assists) while earning All-Area Second Team honors from the San Diego Union-Tribune as the Pointers finished 20-3-2, won the City League championship at 8-0-0 and advanced to the semifinals of the Division 1 playoffs ... was also the 2015 Barons Tournament MVP and her conference’s Player of the Year ... as a junior TopDrawerSoccer.com California All-Star, had 13 goals and 23 assists during a 21-2-3 season that included not only another unbeaten league title but the Division 2 trophy (capping a 15-game winning streak) ... led the section in assists in each of her final two seasons ... finished career with 50 goals and 55 assists, with postseason appearances every year ... led Surf SC to a regional semifinal in 2014; played at the ECNL level ... also competed in track & field, was an honors student and Principal’s Award winner, earned school’s Seal of Biliteracy, volunteered with the Cabrillo Recreation Center and interned at Ocean Beach Elementary School. Personal -- Born on March 19, 1998 in San Bernardino ... daughter of Juanita Rivera ... in addition to being a fan of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Arsenal, her favorite players include Tobin Heath, Megan Rapinoe, Zinedine Zidane, Mesut Özil and Cristiano Ronaldo ... majors in liberal studies.

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eorgina

Meet the Mustangs

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tiegeler 5-3 • Freshman • Forward Daly City, CA (St. Ignatius Prep) Prep -- As a senior at St. Ignatius Prep in San Francisco, helped lead the Wildcats to the semifinals of the Central Coast Section Division 1 playoffs ... was a team captain for two years, and in 2016 earned the program’s Jan Mullen Award ... also earned All-West Catholic Athletic League First Team accolades and San Jose Mercury News All-Area honors as a sophomore, when her squad again advanced to the division semifinals, as she had eight goals and four assists during a 14-6-5 season that finished with a No. 30 state ranking from MaxPreps ... as a member of the Mountain View/Los Altos Pride club, played at the ECNL level ... also coached youth players in summers at St. Ignatius ... was an honor roll student every semester, and served as president of her campus’ Green Team eco club. Personal -- Born on Feb. 27, 1998 in San Francisco ... daughter of John and Margaret; has a brother, Christopher ... father played at Santa Clara from 1975-79, making the All-Pacific Soccer Conference Team in 1976 and captaining the Broncos as a senior ... in addition to being a San Jose Earthquakes fan, Kyle Beckerman and Quincy Amarikwa are two of her favorite players ... majors in environmental management and protection, along with a minor in English.

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ate

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ummers 5-6 • Freshman • Forward Laguna Niguel, CA (Dana Hills HS) Prep -- In each of her last two seasons at Dana Hills High School in Laguna Niguel, led the Dolphins from the South Coast League to the Southern Section Division 1 playoffs ... in addition to being a team captain, won her squad’s Hardest Worker Award ... also played at the ECNL level for the So Cal Blues SC of San Juan Capistrano, which won the 2015 Blues Cup and qualified for back-to-back National Cup tournaments ... was selected to participate in a video promoting Under Armour’s “I Will What I Want” campaign featuring Kelley O’Hara and Lauren Holiday ... was a California Scholarship Federation student and member of her campus’ Success Club. Personal -- Born on Dec. 31, 1997 in Washington, D.C. ... daughter of Kurt and Pryor ... in addition to being a fan of the USWNT and Chelsea FC, Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd are two of her favorite players ... majors in graphic communications.


Alex G. Spanos Stadium

At left, a crowd of 899 fans saw Cassandra Fäsi (23) score in the 66th minute on Senior Day in Alex G. Spanos Stadium vs. Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 1, 2015. On two occasions, Cal Poly has hosted the defending College Cup champion in the stadium — one of the largest on the West Coast — losing 1-0 both times (vs. No. 3-ranked Santa Clara in 2002 and No. 1 North Carolina in 2010).

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Alex G. Spanos Stadium

The Home of Cal Poly Women’s Soccer In 2006, Alex G. Spanos Stadium was renovated on the California Avenue side, and three years later, a video board was installed behind the north goal. The stadium also houses Cal Poly football and men’s soccer games, as well as ceremonies for graduation, Week of Welcome and other celebratory events. Middle left: The crowd watches pregame warm-ups before a 2-0 win over San Jose State on Sept. 3, 2010. Bottom left: Fans in one of eight upper-level guest suites cheer a Cal Poly goal vs. UC Irvine on Oct. 6, 2013.

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2015 in Review Above: Ashley Kirchick, one of 10 Mustang freshmen last season, dribbles down the right flank during Cal Poly’s shutout draw against No. 13 Cal on Sept. 20. Cal Poly also earned a home tie against No. 6 BYU, 1-1, on Sept. 24. The Mustangs ranked 20th nationally in home attendance in 2015, averaging crowds of 1,201 fans per game at Alex G. Spanos Stadium.

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2015 in Review

Women’s Soccer

2015 Overall Stats

RECORD: 6-8-5 • BIG WEST CONFERENCE: 2-6-0 HOME: 3-4-2 • ROAD: 2-4-3 • NEUTRAL: 1-0-0 PLAYER MP-MS Mins. G A Pts. Sh. Robin Mertens 19-19 1,828 0 0 0 2 Alyssa Giannetti 19-18 1,786 0 0 0 0 Gianna Rosati* 19-19 1,744 0 1 1 6 Megan Abutin* 19-19 1,527 3 5 11 23 Emily Hansen* 17-17 1,452 2 1 5 10 Elise Krieghoff 17-15 1,427 6 1 13 70 Chelsea Barry* 19-16 1,342 0 2 2 12 Allie Bégin 19-17 1,318 1 1 3 2 Caitlyn Kreutz* 19-13 1,150 7 1 15 25 Nicole Wheeler* 16-13 1,136 0 1 1 3 McKenzie Flood* 19-10 919 2 1 5 13 Kendra Bonsall* 16-11 908 0 0 0 7 Sara Epps 17-4 705 1 0 2 13 Katarina Drake 15-9 525 1 1 3 5 Ashley Kirchick* 18-0 502 0 4 4 15 Jordan Ansara 10-1 344 0 0 0 2 Kelly Kessloff* 10-1 340 0 1 1 5 Cassandra Fäsi* 10-0 234 1 0 2 3 Stephanie Magellan* 7-2 211 0 0 0 4 Megan Wagner 7-2 166 0 0 0 1 Miki Foster* 6-1 143 0 1 1 1 Nicole Fetsch* 3-0 113 0 0 0 0 Sydney Knauer* 5-0 96 1 0 2 1 Mallory Flatebo 2-0 52 0 0 0 0 Heather Rouhier 3-1 42 0 0 0 0 Samantha Nerney 2-1 33 0 0 0 3 Kayla McQuade* 1-0 27 0 0 0 0 Michaela Olney* 2-0 20 0 0 0 0 Breanna Rittmann* 1-0 17 0 0 0 0 Total - 20,107 26 21 73 226

SOG GWG YC-RC PK-Att. Cnr. 2 0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 3-0 0-0 0 13 0 1-0 1-1 50 4 1 7-1 0-0 0 34 1 1-0 0-1 18 6 0 0-0 0-0 15 2 0 2-0 0-0 0 14 2 1-0 1-1 0 1 0 1-0 0-0 0 8 1 1-0 0-0 1 1 0 1-0 0-0 0 5 0 2-0 0-0 1 2 0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 1-0 0-0 1 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 107 6 25-1 2-4 88

* Returning letterwinner for 2016 GOALKEEPER MP-MS Mins. GA Alyssa Giannetti 19-18 1,785 21 Heather Rouhier 3-1 42 3 Total - 1,828 24

GAA Saves Sv. Pct. ShO/Com. Shots Faced 1.06 95 .819 3/1 295 6.40 1 .250 0/1 8 1.18 99 (3 tm.) .805 4 303

CAL POLY OPP.

SHOT BREAKDOWN Goals-Overall Shots

26-226

24-306

Shot pct.

.115

.078

Shots on goal

107

123

SOG pct.

.473

.402

Goals scored per game 1.37

1.26

Assists

24

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CORNER KICKS 88 120 PENALTY KICKS 2-4 0-0 OFFSIDES

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ATTENDANCE Crowd Totals

10,808

Games / Avg. Per Date 9 / 1,201 9 / 783 Neutral Site / Avg.

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National Rank (Div. I)

20th

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GOALS BY HALF 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Cal Poly

14 12 0

Opponents

11 12 0 1 24

2015 GAMES Date Opponent Score Attend. Aug. 21 at San Francisco D, 0-0 500 Aug. 23 at Saint Mary’s D, 1-1 339 Aug. 28 at (2) Virginia L, 0-2 2,626 Aug. 30 vs. Richmond W, 2-1 248 Sept. 4 (2) STANFORD L, 0-1 1,671 Sept. 6 at Fresno State W, 4-0 1,304 Sept. 13 SAN JOSE STATE W, 2-1 541 Sept. 18 DAYTON W, 4-1 2,646 Sept. 20 (13) CAL D, 0-0 758 Sept. 24 (6) BYU D, 1-1 871 Sept. 27 at (27) Pepperdine D, 1-1 554 Oct. 1 at UC Davis L, 0-1 (2 OT) 612 Oct. 4 at Hawai’i W, 7-2 524 Oct. 8 LONG BEACH ST. L, 0-2 738 Oct. 11 at CSUN L, 1-2 289 Oct. 15 at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-4 300 Oct. 23 UC IRVINE W, 2-0 2,067 Oct. 25 UC RIVERSIDE L, 0-2 617 Nov. 1 CAL ST. FULLERTON L, 1-2 899

7,048

Cal Poly Goal Scorers (Assisting, Minute) Abutin (UA, 28’) Kreutz (PK, 60’); Kreutz (Abutin, 88’) Kreutz (Flood, 2’); Drake (Wheeler, 7’); Abutin (UA, 7’); Kreutz (Kirchick, 82’) Krieghoff (Hansen, 30’); Hansen (Kessloff/Rosati, 71’) Hansen (Kirchick/Bégin, 27’); Own Goal (32’); Kreutz (Abutin, 80’); Abutin (PK, 84’) Krieghoff (Abutin, 5’) Krieghoff (Barry, 29’) Kreutz (Drake, 14’); Krieghoff (Foster, 22’); Flood (Krieghoff, 42’); Epps (UA, 48’) Krieghoff (Kirchick, 59’); Knauer (Abutin/Kreutz, 80’); Kreutz (UA, 89’) Bégin (Abutin, 31’) Krieghoff (UA, 30’); Flood (Barry, 58’) Fäsi (Kirchick, 66’)

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Above and below: Elise Krieghoff (13) celebrates Emily Hansen’s 71st-minute goal against San Jose State on Sept. 13. The game-winner by Hansen (15) led the Mustangs to a 2-1 victory. A day later, she was awarded the Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Week honor (after also assisting on Krieghoff’s 30th-minute equalizer). Photos by Ray Ambler and Alexander Bohlen

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2015 in Review

Left: Kendra Bonsall (26) and Stephanie Magellan (12) congratulate McKenzie Flood for her 58th-minute goal in the 2-0 win over UC Irvine on Oct. 23. Right: Caitlyn Kreutz credits Megan Abutin for assisting her on an 88th-minute game-winning goal (2-1) vs. Richmond at the Virginia Nike Classic on Aug. 30. Kreutz also scored in the 60th minute, making for one of her three braces over a 10-game span on the way to earning All-Big West Conference Freshman Team honors. Along with Kreutz, goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti and defender Robin Mertens also made the all-tournament team in Virginia.

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2015 in Review

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Top: The Mustangs’ 7-2 win at Hawai’i on Oct. 4 was the program’s 10th seven-goal performance all-time. Bottom: Senior center back Robin Mertens graduated as the school’s women’s Big West Scholar-Athlete of the Year. As one of 18 individuals honored among 2,500 student-athletes throughout the conference, Mertens became the program’s fourth player to receive the distinction since 1997. She was one of two speakers at the banquet hosted by the Wyndham Hotel in Anaheim on March 10.

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2016

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Women’s Soccer

Two Mustangs signed professional contracts in 2016, as forward Elise Krieghoff (below) inked a deal with the Boston Breakers of the NWSL two months after goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti (at right) joined Arna-Bjørnar of the Toppserien league in Norway. Both Krieghoff and Giannetti finished their careers as two of the most prolific players in program history, with Krieghoff (one of five national finalists for the Senior CLASS Award) scoring a schoolrecord 52 goals and Giannetti (ranked as the No. 3 senior goalkeeper in the country by EverybodySoccer) breaking Cal Poly records for starts (76), minutes played (7,029) and saves (380).

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Community Outreach Cal Poly Women’s Soccer takes time every season to serve our community. By spending time volunteering, we gain leadership skills, share the women’s love of soccer and, most importantly, get to know and support our community. Special Olympics The Special Olympics is an organization that welcomes all athletes, regardless of their ability or disability. Our team helped out during the San Luis Obispo Regional Games, doing everything from set-up to cheering on local athletes competing. Local Elementary Schools Our team prides itself on not only being great soccer players but also fantastic students. We share that commitment with local elementary schools, teaching children about being active and spending time reading in class. SLO Food Bank The local food bank serves all of San Luis Obispo County by providing nutritious food to people in need. To support them, the team went out to inspect and sort donated food before it was distributed. United Methodist Children’s Center Rummage Sale Every year around spring cleaning time, UMCC holds a huge rummage sale, from which all proceeds support a Children’s Center staff enrichment program. Putting their muscles to work, the team comes in as a clean-up crew and helps load out the rest of the donated items for Goodwill.


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Cal poly women’s soccer history and record book

honors — records — ncaa tournament results letterwinners — year-by-year scores — series records


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer history Table of contents

Honors

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......................................... Records Individual ..........................................

11-21

Goalkeeper ......................................... Team ................................................ Coaching and Attendance ............

11-16 17-18 19-20 21

Conference Championships .................

22

NCAA Tournament results ................

23

All-Time Letterwinners .....................

24-27

Year-by-Year Scores ..............................

28-40

All-Time Series Records .....................

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credits This edition of the Cal Poly Women’s Soccer History and Record Book was researched, edited and designed by Cal Poly Athletics assistant communications director Donovan Aird (daird@calpoly.edu). The photo on page 28 is courtesy of University Archives, California Polytechnic State University, while the two images displayed on the lower half of page 21 are courtesy of Mustang News. Nearly all other assorted file photos are from the Cal Poly Athletics Communications archives, taken by Julie Brandt, Matt Brown, Aaron Lambert and Ray Ambler. Up-to-date information, rosters, schedules, statistics and bios for the current Cal Poly women’s soccer team can be found online at GoPoly.com. 2


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors Note: The program started as an NCAA Division II independent in 1992, and played the 1993 season in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. Cal Poly then moved to the Division I level before the 1994 season, again playing as an independent, before joining the Big West Conference prior to 1996.

All-Americans (Chosen by the NSCAA) 1993 — Wendy Jones (Second Team) Kolleen Kassis (Second Team) 2002 — Brooke Flamson (Third Team)

Cal Poly’s Brooke Flamson was selected as a third-team NSCAA AllAmerican after her senior season in 2002. Flamson, who started 60 consecutive matches during her career, also earned back-to-back Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2001 and 2002.

NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (Offense) 1993 — Kolleen Kassis

All-West Region (NSCAA) 1992 — Marci Trubell (First Team) Shawna Burroughs (Second Team) 1993 — Wendy Jones (First Team) Kolleen Kassis (First Team) Shawna Burroughs (Second Team) Kristina Grigaitis (Second Team) 1994 — Kolleen Kassis (First Team) 1995 — Kolleen Kassis (First Team) 1997 — Amy Earle (Second Team) Gina Oceguera (Second Team) 1998 — Gina Oceguera (Third Team) 2002 — Brooke Flamson (First Team) Megan Schlegel (Second Team) 2003 — Sierra Simmons (Second Team) Greta Shirdon (Third Team) 2004 — Sharon Day (Third Team) 2006 — Heidi McQuitty (Third Team) 2008 — Carrie Andrews (Third Team) 3

2009 — Julianne Grinstead (Second Team) Coral Hoover (Second Team) Carissa Voegele (Third Team) 2011 — Cici Kobinski (Third Team) 2012 — Cici Kobinski (Third Team) 2013 — Elise Krieghoff (First Team) Cristina Farrington (Second Team) Haley Walker (Second Team) 2014 — Elise Krieghoff (Second Team) Megan Abutin (Third Team) 2015 — Elise Krieghoff (First Team) (Soccer Buzz Magazine) 1997 — Gina Oceguera (Second Team) 1998 — Andrea Sievers (Third Team) 1999 — Andrea Sievers (Third Team) 2002 — Brooke Flamson (Second Team) ­ Megan Schlegel (Third Team) 2003 — Erin Martin (Second Team) Sierra Simmons (Second Team) Greta Shirdon (Third Team) 2004 — Sierra Simmons (First Team) Sharon Day (Third Team) 2006 — Heidi McQuitty (Third Team)


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors California Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year 1993 — Kolleen Kassis

Big West Conference Player of the Year 1997 — Gina Oceguera Note: In 2001, the Big West Conference started to name separate Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year awards rather than an overall Player of the Year.

Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year 2001 — Brooke Flamson 2002 — Brooke Flamson 2003 — Sierra Simmons 2004 — Sierra Simmons 2008 — Carrie Andrews 2009 — Julianne Grinstead

Big West Conference Goalkeeper of the Year 2003 — Greta Shirdon 2009 — Coral Hoover

Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year

Big West Conference Freshman of the Year 2003 — Sharon Day 2006 (co) — Carrie Andrews 2012 — Elise Krieghoff

Big West Conference Midfielder of the Year 2012 — Cici Kobinski

Big West Conference Tournament MVP 2003 — Sharon Day 2004 — Liz Hill

2013 — Elise Krieghoff

Sierra Simmons was the Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year in both 2003 and 2004.

After a highly decorated two-sport career at Cal Poly, Sharon Day went on to compete at two Olympics in track and field — first in the high jump in Beijing in 2008, and then in the heptathlon in London in 2012.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors 1997 First Team Alison Murphy, Sr. Gina Oceguera, So. Second Team Amy Earle, Sr. Jill Nelsen, So. Andrea Sievers, So. Honorable Mention Natalia Garcia, So. Shana Stickel, Jr. 1998 First Team Jill Nelsen, Jr. Gina Oceguera, Jr. Andrea Sievers, Jr. Second Team Shana Stickel, Sr. Honorable Mention Natalia Garcia, Jr.

Greta Shirdon’s career GAA of 0.80 ranks third all-time in the Big West. She was the conference goalkeeper of the year as a senior in 2003.

All-CCAA 1993 First Team Shawna Burroughs, Sr. Kristina Grigaitis, Fr. Wendy Jones, So. Kolleen Kassis, So. Janet Kreb, Jr. Second Team Nicole Gunion, Fr. Holly Harris, Jr. Honorable Mention Angie Burch, So.

All-Big West Conference 1996

First Team

Amy Earle, Jr.

Kristina Grigaitis, Sr. Alison Murphy, Jr.

Andrea Sievers, Fr.

Second Team

Stacy Dolder, Jr. Patty Teal, Jr.

Honorable Mention

Michelle George, Fr. 5

1999 First Team Michelle George, Sr. Katie Kassis, Jr. Jill Nelsen, Sr. Andrea Sievers, Sr. Second Team Gina Oceguera, Sr. Honorable Mention Kara Grondzik, Sr. 2000 First Team Natalia Garcia, Sr. Katie Kassis, Sr. Megan Schlegel, So. Second Team Brooke Flamson, So. Carolyn Schifftner, Jr. Honorable Mention Denise Trione, Sr.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors

Led by a trio of all-regional selections in defenders Julianne Grinstead (25) & Carissa Voegele (9) and goalkeeper Coral Hoover (1), a TopDrawerSoccer All-American honorable mention, the 2009 Mustangs won seven straight Big West games while clinching the conference title.

2001 First Team Brooke Flamson, Jr. Second Team Megan Schlegel, Jr. Greta Shirdon, So. Honorable Mention Carolyn Schifftner, Sr. 2002 First Team Brooke Flamson, Sr. Megan Schlegel, Sr. Second Team Greta Shirdon, Jr. Desiree Stegner, Sr. Honorable Mention Katie Collins, So. Amanda Enfield, Sr. Erin Martin, So.

2003 First Team Erin Martin, Jr. Greta Shirdon, Sr. Sierra Simmons, So. Second Team Kelsey Carroll, Fr. Sharon Day, Fr. Megan Gurney, Jr. Stephanie Hedien, Jr. Heidi Spink, Jr. Honorable Mention Becky Clark, So. Katie Collins, Jr. 2004 First Team Sharon Day, So. Megan Gurney, Sr. Liz Hill, Jr. Sierra Simmons, Jr. Second Team Stephanie Hedien, Sr. 6

Heidi McQuitty, So. Honorable Mention Heather Bryan, Sr. 2005 First Team Sharon Day, Jr. Sierra Simmons, Sr. Honorable Mention Kelsey Carroll, Jr. Liz Hill, Sr. Heidi McQuitty, Jr. 2006 First Team Carrie Andrews, Fr. Kaleena Andruss, Fr. Heidi McQuitty, Sr. Second Team Kelsey Carroll, Sr. Ashley Vallis, So.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors 2007 First Team Carrie Andrews, So. Second Team Sharon Day, Sr. Alli Tramel, Sr. Honorable Mention Cara O’Hagan, Jr. Erica Zumbahlen, Sr. 2008 First Team Carrie Andrews, Jr. Second Team Leah Morales, Sr. Ashley Vallis, Sr. Honorable Mention Kristina Condon-Sherwood, Jr. Coral Hoover, Jr. Morgan Miller, So. Meggie O’Hagan, Sr. Carissa Voegele, Jr. 2009 First Team Julianne Grinstead, Sr. Coral Hoover, Sr. Carissa Voegele, Sr. Second Team Julie McKee, Fr. Morgan Miller, Jr. Honorable Mention Cici Kobinski, Fr. 2010 Second Team Whitney Sisler, Sr. Honorable Mention Carrie Andrews, Sr. Morgan Miller, Sr. 2011 First Team Cici Kobinski, Jr. Honorable Mention Tiffany Gummow, Sr. Sara Lancaster, Fr.

Guam Football Association

Cici Kobinski (15) earned the Big West Conference Midfielder of the Year award as a senior in 2012 after tallying seven assists. Shown above, Kobinski went on to play as a winger for Guam, posting two goals and two assists as the Masakåda advanced to the semifinal stage of the 2014 East Asian Cup (making the sixth-largest jump among all 133 teams in FIFA’s rankings).

2012 First Team Cici Kobinski, Sr. Elise Krieghoff, Fr. Second Team Sara Epps, Fr. Shandon Rovetta, Sr. 2013 First Team Elise Krieghoff, So. Haley Walker, Sr. Second Team Megan Abutin, Fr. Cristina Farrington, Sr. Jordyn Zander, Sr. Alyssa Giannetti, So. Honorable Mention Kacey Held, Sr. 7

2014 First Team Megan Abutin, So. Elise Krieghoff, Jr. Second Team Lydia Anderson, So. Alyssa Giannetti, Jr. Robin Mertens, Jr. Honorable Mention Kendra Bonsall, So. Nicole Wheeler, So. 2015 First Team Elise Krieghoff, Sr. Robin Mertens, Sr. Honorable Mention Alyssa Giannetti, Sr.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors

After a Mustang career in which she scored a school-record 52 goals, Elise Krieghoff signed a professional contract with the Boston Breakers of the National Women’s Soccer League in April 2016. While at Cal Poly, Krieghoff was the Big West Freshman of the Year in 2012, the NCAA goals-per-game leader and a conference champion in 2013, a USWNT U-23 training camp invitee, coDisney National Player of the Week and “SportsCenter” featuree in 2014, and one of five Senior CLASS Award finalists in 2015.

Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy candidate pool 2014 Elise Krieghoff, Jr.

Disney/NSCAA National Player of the Week 2014 Sept. 23 (co) — Elise Krieghoff

ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 Plays of the Day 2014 Oct. 19 — Elise Krieghoff (No. 3)

Soccer News Net College Boot Award finalist 2013 Elise Krieghoff, So.

U-23 National Team training camp invitee June 2014 (Chula Vista, Calif.) Elise Krieghoff, 20

Senior CLASS Award All-America Team 2015 First Team Elise Krieghoff 8

CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer 2009 Nov. 2 — Coral Hoover 2013 Oct. 21 — Jordan Ansara 2015 Sept. 22 — Robin Mertens Sept. 29 — Elise Krieghoff

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Season 2009 Honorable Mention Coral Hoover (GK), Sr.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors

After a career that finished with her ranked as the No. 3 senior goalkeeper in the nation by EverybodySoccer.com, Cal Poly’s Alyssa Giannetti played professionally for Arna-Bjørnar in the Norwegian Toppserien.

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Defensive Player of the Week 2009 Sept. 28 — Coral Hoover (GK)

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week 2013 Aug. 27 — Elise Krieghoff (F) Nov. 5 — Elise Krieghoff (F) 2014 Sept. 23 — Elise Krieghoff (F) 2015 Oct. 6 — Elise Krieghoff (HM)

Soccer Buzz Magazine Elite Team of the Week 2005 Aug. 31 — Sierra Simmons (D)

College Sports Madness National Offensive Player of the Week 2013 Oct. 7 — Elise Krieghoff

Soccer Buzz Magazine All-West Freshman Team 1996 — Andrea Sievers 2006 — Carrie Andrews

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Big West Conference All-Freshman Team Sara Epps Elise Krieghoff

Megan Abutin Kendra Bonsall

Emily Hansen Gianna Rosati

Caitlyn Kreutz

2012

2013

2014

2015


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors NCAA Public Recognition Award for Exceptional Academic Achievement 2013 (team)

NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America Team 1999 — Carolyn Schifftner 2000 — Carolyn Schifftner 2001 — Carolyn Schifftner 2005 — Sierra Simmons

Big West Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2003-04 — Katie Collins 2009-10 — Carissa Voegele 2015-16 — Robin Mertens

Cal Poly Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2000-01 — Carolyn Schifftner 2003-04 — Katie Collins

NCAA Leadership Conference nominee 1998-99 — Natalia Garcia 2003-04 — Jennifer Wesser 2004-05 — Jennifer Wesser 2010-11 — Johanna Pfeiffer

NCAA Career in Sports Forum nominee 2009-10 — Taylor Cole

Big West All-Academic Teams 1996 Lori Wagner, Sr.

1997 Carrie Sloat, Sr. 1998 Michelle George, Jr. Katie Kassis, So. 1999 Michelle George, Sr. Katie Kassis, Jr. Carolyn Schifftner, So. 2000 Annette Croteau, So. Katie Kassis, Sr. Carolyn Schifftner, Jr. 2001 Annette Croteau, Jr. Amanda Enfield, Jr. Shannon Moore, Jr. Carolyn Schifftner, Sr. 2002 Katie Collins, So. Annette Croteau, Sr. Stephanie Hedien, So. Heidi Spink, So. Desiree Stegner, Sr. 2003 Katie Collins, Jr. Stephanie Hedien, Jr. Sierra Simmons, So. Heidi Spink, Jr. 2004 Kelsey Carroll, So. Katie Collins, Sr. Stephanie Hedien, Sr. Sierra Simmons, Jr. Heidi Spink, Sr. 2005 Sierra Simmons, Sr. 2006 Kendahl Stein, So. Melissa Woo, So. 2007 Emily Hein, Jr. Leah Morales, Jr. Carissa Voegele, So. Melissa Woo, Jr. 10

2008 Emily Hein, Sr. Leah Morales, Sr. Carissa Voegele, Jr. Melissa Woo, Sr. 2009 McKenzie Orand, So. Carissa Voegele, Sr. 2010 Cici Kobinski, So. Afton Thulin, Jr. 2011 Cici Kobinski, Jr. Afton Thulin, Sr. 2012 Christina Eichinger, So. Cici Kobinski, Sr. Sara Lancaster, So. 2013 Lydia Anderson, (RS) Fr. Jordan Ansara, So. Allie Bégin, So. Braelyn Fetsch, Sr. Tracy Hong, Jr. Sara Lancaster, Jr. Robin Mertens, So. 2014 Lydia Anderson, So. Allie Bégin, Jr. Christina Eichinger, Sr. Miki Foster, So. Tracy Hong, Sr. Sara Lancaster, Sr. Robin Mertens, Jr. 2015 Jordan Ansara, Sr. Allie Bégin, Sr. Katarina Drake, So. Emily Hansen, So. Robin Mertens, Sr. Gianna Rosati, So.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual GOALS Match 1. Wendy Jones, vs. So. Cal. Col.* 5 (9/4/93) Elise Krieghoff, vs. Fresno St. 5 (9/19/14) 3. Elise Krieghoff, at CSU Bakersfield 4 (8/25/13) 4. Kolleen Kassis, at SFSU 3 (10/24/92) Jill Nelsen, at Idaho 3 (9/27/98) Kara Grondzik, vs. Tulsa 3 (9/19/99) Elise Krieghoff, vs. San Jose St. 3 (9/6/13) * Presently Vanguard University

Single Season 1. Elise Krieghoff 2013 2. Kolleen Kassis 1992 3. Elise Krieghoff 2014 4. Wendy Jones 1992 Wendy Jones 1993 Gina Oceguera 1997 7. Kolleen Kassis 1994 Gina Oceguera 1995 Gina Oceguera 1998 Sharon Day 2004 Elise Krieghoff 2012 12. Kolleen Kassis 1995 Kara Grondzik 1999 Megan Schlegel 2000

Kolleen Kassis set several Cal Poly records. A member of the first four Mustang squads, Kassis helped lead Cal Poly to the 1993 Division II national championship match (above, left) in Miami Shores, Fla. She earned Most Outstanding Offensive Player honors for the tournament. After the program moved to the Division I level, Kassis was an NSCAA All-West Region first-team selection in both 1994 and 1995. In 1995, the Mustangs finished the year ranked No. 21 in the nation in the Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. Kassis (now Kolleen McNamee) was inducted into the Cal Poly Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.

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21 15 14 13 13 13 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

Career 1. Elise Krieghoff 2012-15 52 2. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 45 3. Gina Oceguera 1995, ’97-99 39 4. Wendy Jones 1992-95 32 5. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 27 Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 27 7. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 25 8. Amy Earle 1993-94, ’96-97 18 9. Michelle Nuesca 1994-97 17 Michelle George 1996-99 17 Ashley Vallis 2005-08 17 Tiffany Gummow 2008-11 17 13. Four players 16


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual (continued)

In the summer before her senior season at Cal Poly, Gina Oceguera played in three matches during the 1999 World Cup as a sweeper for Mexico. A former Big West Conference Player of the Year, Oceguera was later chosen in the fifth round (with the 35th overall pick) by the San Diego Spirit in the 2000 Women’s United Soccer Association Draft. She also played for the Bay Area CyberRays in the WUSA’s inaugural 2001 season, and started at defender in the league championship match against the Atlanta Beat at Foxboro Stadium in Massachusetts. In front of a crowd of 21,078, the CyberRays won the first WUSA title on penalty kicks, 4-2, following a 3-3 draw through overtime.

GAME-WINNING GOALS (Post-1992) Single Season 1. Megan Schlegel 2000 Megan Schlegel 2002 Elise Krieghoff 2013 4. Gina Oceguera 1997 Sharon Day 2004 * Tied for second all-time in Big West Conference Career 1. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 2. Elise Krieghoff 2012-15 3. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 Gina Oceguera 1995, ’97-99 5. Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 * Second all-time in Big West Conference

7* 7* 7* 6 6

18* 14 13 13 12 More than half of Kelsey Carroll’s 25 career goals from 2003 through 2006 were game-winners.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS EARLIEST GOAL SCORED

EARLIEST GOAL SCORED IN SECOND HALF

1.) 0:30 — Patty Teal (UA), 3-2 L vs. BYU (10/30/97) 2.) 0:34 — Patty Teal (Gina Oceguera, Michelle Nuesca), 4-1 W vs. CSF (9/25/97) 3.) 0:46 — Amanda Enfield (Katie Collins), 4-0 W vs. CSUN (10/11/02) 4.) 1:06 — Shana Stickel (Patty Geesman), 3-1 W vs. Oregon State (10/30/96) 5.) 1:09 — Sara Lancaster (Sara Epps), 2-2 D (2 OT) vs. CSUN (10/12/12) 6.) 1:10 — Erin Martin (Sharon Day), 2-0 W vs. UCSB, at UC Irvine (11/9/03) 7.) 1:12 — Caitlyn Kreutz (McKenzie Flood), 4-0 W at Fresno State (9/6/15) 8.) 1:23 — Alexa Jontulovich (Heidi Spink), 3-0 W vs. Air Force (9/19/03) 9.) 1:37 — Sharon Day (Kelsey Carroll), 3-1 W vs. UC Irvine (10/1/04) 10.) 1:50 — Cici Kobinski (Tiffany Gummow), 2-1 W at Hawai’i (8/27/10)

1.) 45:31 — Elise Krieghoff (UA), 4-3 L vs. UC Irvine (10/6/13) 2.) 45:43 — Brooke Flamson (UA), 4-0 W vs. Valparaiso (9/6/02) 3.) 45:49 — Lori Wagner (UA), 3-0 W at Loyola Marymount (10/17/93) 4T.) 45:51 — Kara Grondzik (Jen Brick, Katie Kassis), 7-2 W vs. Tulsa (9/19/99) 4T.) 45:51 — Cici Kobinski (Christina Eichinger), 5-2 W vs. Hawai’i (10/14/12) 6.) 45:57 — Sharon Day (UA), 3-2 W (2 OT) vs. Loyola Marymount (9/2/05) 7.) 45:58 — Heidi McQuitty (Alix Cohen), 2-1 W at UC Irvine (10/9/05) 8.) 46:00 — Patty Geesman (Michelle Nuesca), 3-1 W at USC (9/9/94) 9.) 46:04 — Kelsey Carroll (UA), 4-0 W vs. Cal State Northridge (10/22/04) 10T.) 46:15 — Two instances (10/20/96 and 9/7/08)

QUICKEST EQUALIZER TIME INTERVAL

LONGEST TIME BEFORE AN EQUALIZING GOAL

1.) 0:12 later — Cici Kobinski (Bianca Burright), 3-2 W (2 OT) at UCI (10/4/09) 2.) 1:04 later (in OT) — Gina Oceguera (Lori Wagner), 2-2 D at Santa Clara (9/2/95) 3.) 1:21 later — Carolyn Schifftner (Leah Bennett), 3-2 W at Pacific (10/24/99) 4.) 1:22 later — Sharon Day (Kelsey Carroll), 4-2 L at Long Beach St. (10/7/05) 5.) 1:36 later — Sandy Oceguera (Kim Silva, Erin Martin), 2-1 L vs. SCU (8/25/00) 6.) 1:37 later — Julianne Grinstead (Kaleena Andruss), 1-1 D (2 OT) at CSUN (11/4/07) 7.) 2:38 later — Kristen Leonti (Kolleen Kassis, Wendy Jones), 3-2 W vs. Franklin Pierce (11/13/93) 8.) 2:43 later — Erica Zumbahlen (UA), 4-3 L (OT) at CSUN (10/21/05) 9.) 3:37 later — Wendy Jones (UA), 2-1 W vs. San Diego (9/4/95) 10.) 3:41 later — Sharon Day (Kelsey Carroll), 3-2 W at UC Davis (8/29/04)

1.) 76:01 later — Jill Nelsen (Andrea Sievers), 3-2 L (2 OT) at UC Irvine (11/9/97) 2.) 69:15 later — Sara Epps (Cici Kobinski), 4-3 W (2 OT) at Long Beach St. (10/7/12) 3.) 61:43 later — Morgan Miller (Carissa Voegele), 3-2 W at Cal St. Fullerton (10/3/08) 4.) 59:14 later — Ashley Vallis (Kaleena Andruss, Danielle Camarena), 3-2 L vs. USD (8/25/06) 5.) 58:46 later — Brooke Flamson (UA), 3-2 L (2 OT) at Pepperdine (9/17/01) 6.) 58:00 later — Gina Oceguera (Kolleen Kassis), 2-1 W vs. Cal (9/10/95) 7.) 57:10 later — Becky Clark (Sharon Day), 1-1 D (2 OT) vs. Washington St. (9/23/05) 8.) 55:49 later — Caitlyn Kreutz (UA), 2-1 W vs. Richmond (8/30/15) 9.) 54:41 later — Patty Teal (Michelle Nuesca), 2-1 L (OT) vs. UC Irvine (9/28/97) 10.) 47:55 later — Katie Kassis (Jill Nelsen), 2-1 W vs. Tulsa, at Missouri (9/18/98)

QUICKEST GO-AHEAD GOAL IN RESPONSE TO EQUALIZER

MOST TIME BEFORE GO-AHEAD GOALAFTER EQUALIZER

1.) 0:25 later^ — Sam Prochnow (Bria Park), 2-1 W at Fresno State (8/31/08) 2.) 1:31 later^ — Cristina Farrington (Julie McKee), 4-1 W at Sacramento St. (8/26/12) 3.) 1:54 later† — Ashley Vallis (Danielle Camarena), 3-2 L vs. San Diego (8/25/06) 4.) 2:06 later† — Erin Martin (UA), 4-1 W at Utah State (10/20/02) 5.) 2:35 later† — Jess Duller (UA), 3-1 W at Loyola Marymount (8/17/12) 6.) 2:39 later^ — Elise Krieghoff (Lydia Anderson), 5-2 W at Bakersfield (8/25/13) 7.) 2:44 later† — Kelsey Carroll (Sharon Day), 4-1 W at San Jose State (9/9/05) 8T.) 3:00 later† — Nicole Gunion (Wendy Jones), 2-1 W vs. Chico State (10/6/93) 8T.) 3:00 later† — Emily Hein (Tiffany Gummow), 3-2 W at CSF (10/3/08) 10.) 4:15 later^ — Shandon Rovetta (Julie McKee, McKenzie Orand), 4-1 W vs. Nevada (9/16/11) ^ Opponent had equalized † Cal Poly had equalized

1.) 72:31 later^ — Gina Oceguera (Megan Munday), 2-1 W at Pacific (10/10/97) 2.) 61:55 later† — Carrie Andrews (Leah Morales), 3-1 W vs. Bakersfield (10/14/07) 3.) 60:20 later† — Rhonda Partida (Stacey Davis), 2-1 W vs. San Diego (10/16/94) 4.) 53:57 later† — Sara Lancaster (UA), 2-1 W at Cincinnati (8/19/11) 5.) 40:41 later† — Kelsey Carroll (Megan Gurney), 2-2 D (2 OT) at UCSB (10/19/03) 6.) 40:28 later† — Emily Hansen (K. Kessloff, G. Rosati), 2-1 W vs. SJSU (9/13/15) 7.) 40:16 later† — Alexa Jontulovich (Anna LaRash, Erica Zumbahlen), 3-2 W at UCD (8/29/04) 8.) 39:27 later† — Kelsey Carroll (Sierra Simmons), 4-3 L (OT) at CSUN (10/21/05) 9.) 37:49 later† — Gina Oceguera (Alison Murphy, Gina Moss), 3-1 W vs. SJSU (11/2/97) 10.) 35:30 later† — Sarah Pratts (Gina Oceguera), 2-1 W vs. Long Beach St. (10/25/98) ^ Opponent had equalized † Cal Poly had equalized

LATEST TIME FOR AN EQUALIZING GOAL

LATEST TIME FOR A GO-AHEAD GOAL (REGULATION)

1.) 88:08 — Brooke Flamson (UA), 3-2 L (2 OT) at Pepperdine (9/17/01) 2.) 87:22 — Whitney Sisler (Carrie Andrews), 4-3 L (OT) vs. Arizona (9/2/07) 3.) 87:19 — Lauren Heer (UA), 2-1 W (OT) at UC Irvine (10/5/12) 4.) 82:56 — Morgan Miller (Carissa Voegele), 3-2 W at Cal St. Fullerton (10/3/08) 5.) 82:54 — Carolyn Schifftner (Leah Bennett), 3-2 W at Pacific (10/24/99) 6.) 78:44 — Kendra Bonsall (McKenzie Flood, Allie Bégin), 2-1 W vs. Lamar (8/24/14) 7.) 78:39 — Jill Nelsen (Andrea Sievers), 3-2 L (2 OT) at UC Irvine (11/9/97) 8.) 78:36 — McKenzie Orand (UA), 2-1 W (2 OT) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (9/30/11) 9.) 76:50 — Cara O’Hagan (UA), 2-1 L (2 OT) at Sacramento State (10/1/06) 10.) 73:30 — Elise Krieghoff (Allie Bégin), 2-1 W at Oral Roberts (9/14/14)

1.) 89:55 — Monica Hemenez (Whitney Sisler), 1-0 W vs. CSUN (10/12/08) 2.) 88:31 — Gina Oceguera (Jill Nelsen), 2-1 W at Montana (9/16/97) 3.) 88:25 — Heidi Spink (UA), 1-0 W vs. UC Riverside (10/10/03) 4.) 87:52 — Caitlyn Kreutz (Megan Abutin), 2-1 W vs. Richmond (8/30/15) 5.) 87:48 — Carolyn Schifftner (Erin Martin), 1-0 W vs. UC Riverside (11/4/01) 6.) 87:25 — Sara Lancaster (UA), 2-1 W at Cincinnati (8/19/11) 7.) 87:24 — Heidi McQuitty (Sharon Day), 2-2 D (2 OT) vs. UC Riverside (10/16/05) 8.) 87:21 — Sharon Day (Stephanie Hedien), 3-2 W at UC Davis (8/29/04) 9.) 86:26 — Alix Cohen (Kim Yackzan), 1-1 D (2 OT) at Western Kentucky (9/16/05) 10.) 86:04 — Gina Oceguera (Megan Munday), 2-1 W at Pacific (10/10/97)

EARLIEST GOLDEN GOAL SCORED

LATEST GOLDEN GOAL SCORED

1.) 91:17 — Jordyn Zander (Andrea Zimkowski), 2-1 at UC Irvine (10/5/12) 2.) 92:18 — Whitney Sisler (Bria Park), 1-0 at Cal (9/25/09) 3.) 92:25 — Katie Kassis (UA), 3-2 at Pacific (10/24/99) 4.) 92:34 — Megan Schlegel (UA), 2-1 vs. San Jose State (9/9/01) 5.) 92:48 — Megan Schlegel (Carolyn Schifftner), 2-1 vs. Pacific (10/6/00)

1.) 108:21 — Becky Clark (UA), 3-2 vs. Loyola Marymount (9/2/05) 2.) 106:48 — Tiffany Gummow (UA), 2-1 vs. Cal State Fullerton (9/30/11) 3.) 106:07 — Erica Leger (UA), 1-0 vs. Cal State Fullerton (10/7/07) 4.) 105:59 — Sara Lancaster (UA), 2-1 at Bakersfield (8/26/11) 5.) 105:52 — Elise Krieghoff (Kacey Held), 3-2 at Hawai’i (10/13/13)

NOTE REGARDING OVERTIMES: Through 1996, in the regular season, there were two 15-minute supplements that were fully played out. However, in the postseason, if the game was not followed the next day by another game, the two 15-minute supplements were followed by — if necessary — two ensuing 15-minute golden goal periods, followed by penalties. In the event that there was a game the next day, the only difference is the pair of sudden-victory periods was skipped, and it went to a penalty kick session immediately after the first extra 30 minutes. From 1997 to 2001, for regular-season matches, there were two 15-minute golden goal periods, but the postseason format remained the same as it had been in previous years. Then in 2002, the current format was implemented: two 10-minute golden goal periods, followed by penalties in the postseason only.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual (continued) ASSISTS Match 1. Erika Jaramillo, vs. So. Cal. Col.* (9/4/93) Kolleen Kassis, vs. Hawai’i (11/3/94) Patty Geesman, vs. USC (10/29/95) Patty Geesman, vs. Utah St. (10/25/96) Jill Nelsen, vs. San Diego St. (9/11/98) Gina Oceguera, at Idaho (9/27/98) * Presently Vanguard University

3 3 3 3 3 3

Single Season 1. Shana Stickel 1997 Megan Abutin 2014 3. Kolleen Kassis 1995 Patty Geesman 1996 5. Wendy Jones 1993 Michelle George 1999 Katie Kassis 1999 Jill Nelsen 1999 Cici Kobinski 2012 10. Eight players, 11 times

12 12 9 9 7 7 7 7 7 6

Career 1. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 2. Shana Stickel 1995-98 Megan Abutin 2013- 4. Patty Geesman 1992, ’94-96 5. Jill Nelsen 1997-99 Gina Oceguera 1995, ’97-99 7. Michelle George 1996-99 Michelle Nuesca 1994-97 Wendy Jones 1992-95 10. Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 11. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 12. Alison Murphy 1994-97 Cici Kobinski 2009-12 Kacey Held 2010-13 15. Five players

24 20 20 19 17 17 16 16 16 14 13 11 11 11 10

Shana Stickel set a school record with 12 assists during the 1997 season, and finished with 20 during her Mustang career (1995-98).

As a sophomore in 2014, Megan Abutin ranked ninth nationally in assists, equaling Stickel’s program record of 12.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual (continued) POINTS

Goals

Assists

Match 1. Wendy Jones, vs. So. Cal. Coll.* (9/4/93) 5 2. Elise Krieghoff, vs. Fresno St. (9/19/14) 5 3. Elise Krieghoff, at Bakersfield (8/25/13) 4 4. Jill Nelsen, at Idaho (9/27/98) 3 Gina Oceguera, at Idaho (9/27/98) 2 Kara Grondzik, vs. Tulsa (9/19/99) 3 * Presently Vanguard University

Points

2 0 0 1 3 1

12 10 8 7 7 7

Single Season 1. Elise Krieghoff 2013 21 3 2. Kolleen Kassis 1992 15 3 Wendy Jones 1993 13 7 4. Gina Oceguera 1997 13 6 Elise Krieghoff 2014 14 4 6. Wendy Jones 1992 13 3 Kolleen Kassis 1995 10 9 8. Kolleen Kassis 1994 11 6 9. Gina Oceguera 1995 11 5 10. Gina Oceguera 1998 11 4 Megan Abutin 2014 7 12 12. Michelle George 1999 9 7 13. Kolleen Kassis 1993 9 6 Megan Schlegel 2002 9 6 15. Sharon Day 2004 11 1 16. Four players, once each

45 33 33 32 32 29 29 28 27 26 26 25 24 24 23 22

Megan Schlegel’s 18 career gamewinning goals rank as the secondhighest total in Big West Conference history.

Career 1. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 2. Elise Krieghoff 2012-15 3. Gina Oceguera 1995, ’97-99 4. Wendy Jones 1992-95 5. Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 6. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 7. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 8. Michelle Nuesca 1994-97 Michelle George 1996-99 10. Jill Nelsen 1997-99 11. Megan Abutin 2013- 12. Patty Geesman 1992, ’94-96 13. Amy Earle 1993-94, ’96-97 14. Ashley Vallis 2005-08 15. Sara Lancaster 2011-14 16. Shana Stickel 1995-98

114 112 95 80 68 64 63 50 50 49 48 47 46 43 41 40

Erin Martin was an All-West Region second-team honoree in 2003.

45 52 39 32 27 27 25 17 17 16 14 14 18 17 16 10

24 8 17 16 14 10 13 16 16 17 20 19 10 9 9 20

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual (continued) MATCHES STARTED

MATCHES PLAYED

Mustang defender Andrea Sievers never missed a match during her career from 1996 through 1999. Altogether, she played in 83 matches, starting in all but four of them (during her freshman year).

Career 1. Andrea Sievers 1996-99 Katie Collins 2001-04 3. Heidi McQuitty 2003-06 4. Nicole Gunion 1993-96 Gina Moss 1994-97 Katie Kassis 1997-2000 Sarah Squires 2002-05 8. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 Amy Earle 1993-94, ’96-97 Shana Stickel 1995-98 Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 Ashley Vallis 2005-08 Carrie Andrews 2006-08, ’10 14. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 Morgan Miller 2006, ’08-10 16. Wendy Jones 1992-95 Megan Gurney 2001-04 Sierra Simmons 2002-05 Tiffany Gummow 2008-11 20. Jen Burk 1993-95, ’97 Alison Murphy 1994-97 Patty Teal 1994-97 Cici Kobinski 2009-12

83 83 81 80 80 80 80 79 79 79 79 79 79 78 78 77 77 77 77 76 76 76 76

Career 1. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 79 Andrea Sievers 1996-99 79 3. Carrie Andrews 2006-08, ’10 77 4. Wendy Jones 1992-95 76 5. Nicole Gunion 1993-96 70 Morgan Miller 2006, ’08-10 70 7. Alison Murphy 1994-97 68 Cici Kobinski 2009-12 68 Sara Lancaster 2011-14 68 10. Heidi McQuitty 2003-06 67 Elise Krieghoff 2012-15 67 12. Heather Bryan 2000-04 65 Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 65 14. Shana Stickel 1995-98 64 15. Michelle George 1996-99 62 Stephanie Hedien 2001-04 62 17. Jen Burk 1993-95, ’97 61 Sierra Simmons 2002-05 61 19. Brooke Flamson 2000-02 60 20. Katie Kassis 1997-2000 59 Julie McKee 2009-12 59 22. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 58 Annette Croteau 1999-2002 58 Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 58 25. Carolyn Schifftner 1998-2001 57 Heidi McQuitty (13), who earned third-team All-West Region honors from both the NSCAA and Soccer Buzz Magazine as a senior, played in 81 matches during her Mustang career. During the 2006 season, she helped lead Cal Poly to a pair of overtime wins against nationally ranked opponents: first 2-1 over thenNo. 20 Pepperdine on Aug. 27, and later, 1-0 over then-No. 23 Fresno State on Sept. 24.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Goalkeeper GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Post-1992)

SAVE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 50% of Team’s Minutes)

Single Season (Minimum 1,250 Minutes Played) 1. Coral Hoover 2009 0.57* 2. Liz Hill 2004 0.62 3. Kristina Grigaitis 1995 0.82 Natalia Garcia 2000 0.82 5. Kristina Grigaitis 1994 0.89 6. Alli Tramel 2006 0.91 7. Greta Shirdon 2002 0.92 8. Greta Shirdon 2001 0.93 9. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 0.95 10. Natalia Garcia 1998 1.00 * Second all-time in Big West Conference

Single Season 1. Coral Hoover 2009 .919* 2. Greta Shirdon 2003 .902 3. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 .853 4. Liz Hill 2004 .838 5. Natalia Garcia 2000 .828 6. Greta Shirdon 2001 .826 7. Kristina Grigaitis 1995 .821 8. Brooke Gauvin 2010 .820 9. Alyssa Giannetti 2015 .819 10. Kristina Grigaitis 1994 .817 * 17th-best all-time nationally in Division I history before 2015 season

Career (Minimum 2,500 Minutes Played) 1. Greta Shirdon 2000-03 0.80* 2. Liz Hill 2002-05 0.83 3. Coral Hoover 2006-09 0.93 4. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 0.94 5. Alli Tramel 2004-07 0.97 6. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 1.05 7. Alyssa Giannetti 2012-15 1.37 8. Brooke Gauvin 2008-11 1.44 * Third all-time in Big West Conference

Career 1. Coral Hoover 2006-09 .853 2. Greta Shirdon 2000-03 .829 3. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 .819 4. Liz Hill 2002-05 .817 5. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 .795 6. Alli Tramel 2004-07 .792 7. Alyssa Giannetti 2012-15 .780 8. Brooke Gauvin 2008-11 .769 SHUTOUTS

Liz Hill recorded 23 shutouts from 2002 through 2005.

Single Season 1. Coral Hoover 2009 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 3. Kristina Grigaitis 1994 Liz Hill 2003 Liz Hill 2004 6. Greta Shirdon 2002 Alli Tramel 2007 8. Kristina Grigaitis 1996 Natalia Garcia 1997 Natalia Garcia 2000

11 10 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7

Career 1. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 2. Liz Hill 2002-05 3. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 Greta Shirdon 2000-03 5. Alli Tramel 2004-07 Coral Hoover 2006-09

31 23 20 20 15 15

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SAVES Match 1. Coral Hoover, vs. Stanford (8/28/09) 2. Kristina Grigaitis, at CSDH (10/27/93) 3. Greta Shirdon, at Stanford (11/15/02)* Alyssa Giannetti, at Virginia (8/28/15) 5. Greta Shirdon, at UCSB (10/19/03) Liz Hill, vs. LMU (9/2/05) * NCAA Tournament Single Season 1. Alyssa Giannetti 2012 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 3. Coral Hoover 2009 4. Coral Hoover 2008 Alyssa Giannetti 2015 6. Natalia Garcia 1997 7. Alli Tramel 2007 Brooke Gauvin 2011 9. Alyssa Giannetti 2013 10. Brooke Gauvin 2010 11. Liz Hill 2005 12. Lauren Stevenson 1999 Alyssa Giannetti 2014 14. Greta Shirdon 2001 15. Natalia Garcia 2000

15 14 13 13 12 12

123 116 113 95 95 93 87 87 84 82 81 78 78 76 72

Career 1. Alyssa Giannetti 2012-15 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 3. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 4. Coral Hoover 2006-09 5. Greta Shirdon 2000-03 6. Brooke Gauvin 2008-11 7. Liz Hill 2002-05 8. Alli Tramel 2004-07 9. Lauren Stevenson 1999-2001 10. Anna Brothers 1994-95

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Goalkeeper (continued) MATCHES PLAYED

Kristina Grigaitis (above) made 72 starts from 1993 through 1996, claiming 31 shutouts. Both were school records.

Single Season 1. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1996 Natalia Garcia 1997 Greta Shirdon 2002 Career 1. Alyssa Giannetti 2012-15 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 3. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 4. Greta Shirdon 2000-03 5. Liz Hill 2002-05 6. Alli Tramel 2004-07 Coral Hoover 2006-09 8. Brooke Gauvin 2008-11 9. Lauren Stevenson 1999-2001 10. Jana Ferrulli 1992-93

MATCHES STARTED 22 21 21 21

Single Season 1. Kristina Grigaitis 1993 Kristina Grigaitis 1996 Natalia Garcia 1997 Greta Shirdon 2002

21 21 21 21

77 73 59 51 50 42 42 40 23 15

Career 1. Alyssa Giannetti 2012-15 2. Kristina Grigaitis 1993-96 3. Natalia Garcia 1996-98, 2000 4. Greta Shirdon 2000-03 5. Liz Hill 2002-05 6. Alli Tramel 2004-07 7. Coral Hoover 2006-09 Brooke Gauvin 2008-11 9. Lauren Stevenson 1999-2001 10. Anna Brothers 1994-95

76 72 57 48 47 40 38 38 21 8

During her senior season of 2009, Coral Hoover (left) compiled a .919 save percentage, which, as of 2016, ranked nationally as the 18th-best single-season figure in the 34-year history of Division I. She helped shut out a No. 7-ranked Cal side led by Alex Morgan, 1-0, in an overtime win for the Mustangs on Sept. 25. It was one of her program-record 11 shutouts over the course of that season.

Natalia Garcia (above) had 20 shutouts from 1996 through 2000.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS DEFENSE FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL ALLOWED (11-0-0) 0 — 8-0 W vs. Pacific (club) (9/13/92) 0 — 7-0 W at UCLA (club) (10/3/92) 0 — 15-0 W vs. Southern California College (9/4/93) 0 — 1-0 W vs. Loyola Marymount (9/23/94) 0 — 1-0 W vs. Idaho (9/24/99) 0 — 3-0 W at UC Santa Barbara (10/17/99) 0 — 3-0 W vs. Idaho (11/2/03) 0 — 2-0 W vs. UC Santa Barbara, at UC Irvine (11/7/04) 0 — 3-0 W at UC Davis (9/29/06) 0 — 1-0 W vs. CSU Bakersfield (10/31/10) 0 — 3-0 W vs. Boise State, at Portland State (9/11/11) (14-1-1) 1 — 2-0 W vs. Fresno State (10/1/95) 1 — 1-0 W vs. UCLA (9/5/96) 1 — 2-0 W vs. Washington State (9/27/96) 1 — 2-0 W at North Texas (10/18/96) 1 — 4-0 W vs. Boise State (9/26/99) 1 — 4-1 W vs. CSU Bakersfield (10/28/99) 1 — 1-0 L vs. Long Beach State (10/8/00) 1 — 0-0 D (2 OT) vs. Northern Arizona, at UNLV (9/30/01) 1 — 4-0 W vs. Valparaiso (9/6/02) 1 — 4-0 W vs. Cal State Northridge (10/11/02) 1 — 2-0 W vs. UC Santa Barbara (11/8/02) 1 — 3-0 W vs. Air Force (9/19/03) 1 — 2-1 W at UC Irvine (10/3/03) 1 — 2-1 W (2 OT) at Long Beach State (11/3/06) 1 — 1-0 W at UC Irvine (10/12/07) 1 — 1-0 W at Cal State Northridge (10/10/13) Shandon Rovetta played all 90 minutes when the Mustangs held Boise State without a shot on goal during a 3-0 win on Sept. 11, 2011 (at Portland State). Rovetta, shown during a 1-0 shutout win over UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 28, 2012, was an allconference defender as a senior.

In 2008, Carrie Andrews helped lead the Mustangs to a 2-1 overtime win at No. 24-ranked Santa Clara on the way to winning the Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year award.

Julianne Grinstead (25) put away the golden goal in the 104th minute of this 3-2 win at UC Irvine on Oct. 4, 2009. She won the Big West Defensive Player of the Year honor as a senior that year.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS TEAM SEASON Most Wins Most Consecutive Wins Most Goals Most Assists Most Points Most Consecutive Shutouts

18 9 58 50 154 6

2003 Best Winning Percentage .864 2003 Longest Unbeaten Streak 12 1993 Highest Goals Per Match Avg. 2.73 1995 Most Shutouts 15* 1995 Lowest Goals Allowed Avg. 0.50 2003 * All-time Big West Conference record

2003 1993 1995 2003 2003

Highest National Ranking (end of season) Division I (1994-present) 2003 — No. 20 (Soccer America Top 25 poll) 1995 — No. 21 (Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America Top 25 poll) Division II (1992-93) 1993* — No. 5 (Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America Top 20 poll) 1992 — No. 18 (Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America Top 20 poll) * Finished as runner-up in NCAA Tournament

The 2003 Mustangs lost only once during the regular season, and finished ranked No. 20 in the nation in the final Soccer America poll (after entering the NCAA Tournament No. 17 in the coaches poll). Goalkeepers Greta Shirdon (0) and Liz Hill (1) combined for 15 shutouts, which still stands as an all-time Big West Conference single-season record.

MATCH Opponent Most Goals 15 vs. Southern California College* (9/4/93) 8 vs. Pacific (club) (9/13/92) 8 vs. Utah State (10/25/96) 8 vs. Utah, at Pleasanton, Calif. (8/31/97) Most Assists 11 vs. Southern California College* (9/4/93) 9 vs. Utah, at Pleasanton, Calif. (8/31/97) * Presently Vanguard University

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS coaching alex crozier, 1992-present • Ranked No. 31 all-time nationally in career victories entering the 2015 season (No. 4 among active coaches at California universities) • Has the most career victories among Big West coaches, both in Big West play (99) and overall (272-159-47) • Has helped the program earn the most All-Big West Conference selections (122) of any school since the league formed in 1996 • Has led Cal Poly to six NCAA Tournament appearances, three Big West Tournament championships and eight regular-season conference titles Alex Crozier, a 1984 graduate of Cal Poly, has been the head coach of the Mustangs since the program started at the intercollegiate level in 1992. He has been named the Big West Conference Coach of the Year four times. Additionally, in 1993, the program’s last year before moving up to the Division I level, he was honored as the NSCAA’s National Division II Coach of the Year.

attendance

Nov. 3, 2000 — vs. UC Santa Barbara — 3,016

Cal Poly’s single-game home attendance record is 3,016 — at the 1-0 overtime regular-season finale win over UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 3, 2000. The Mustangs had outshot the Gauchos 11-8 (and earned six corners to UCSB’s three) before the 94th minute, when Sandy Oceguera found Megan Schlegel (pictured below), who dribbled up the left side and fired inside the far post. Mustang head coach Alex Crozier deemed it “the most exciting way to win a game.” Cal Poly’s Natalia Garcia (shown at right) made four saves in the shutout. “It was definitely my most emotional goal ever,” Schlegel told the Mustang Daily of her ninth of 10 goals that season. “One of the biggest factors was the crowd,” Cal Poly midfielder Katie Kassis commented. “When we stepped on the field in overtime, we felt like we had to win just to hear the crowd go nuts.” Mustang Daily File Photos by Daniel Gonzales

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Cal Poly’s Conference Championships Regular season 1993 1997 1999 2000 2002 2003 2009 2013 Conference tournament 1996 2003 2004

Top: The Mustangs celebrate their 2-0 Big West Conference Tournament final win over UC Santa Barbara at Anteater Stadium in Irvine on Nov. 9, 2003, which brought their overall record to 18-1-2, resulting in a No. 17 national ranking in the NSCAA’s final poll entering the NCAA Tournament. Bottom: In 2013, Cal Poly clinched the league’s regular-season title with a 1-0 victory at UC Davis on Halloween, finishing a 7-1-0 run.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer at NCAA Tournament Note: The program started in 1992 as an NCAA Division II independent, and played the 1993 season in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. Cal Poly then moved to the Division I level before the 1994 season, and joined the Big West Conference in 1996.

Mustangs head coach Alex Crozier has led his teams to the second-most career wins of all active Division I coaches in the state of California.

—— 1999 —— First Round (at Fresno, Calif.) Cal Poly 2, Fresno State 1 Second Round (at Stanford, Calif.) Stanford 3, Cal Poly 1 —— 2000 —— First Round (at Santa Clara, Calif.) Santa Clara 3, Cal Poly 1 —— 2002 —— First Round (at Stanford, Calif.) Stanford 4, Cal Poly 0 —— 2003 —— First Round (at Santa Clara, Calif.) Arizona State 3, Cal Poly 1 —— 2004 —— First Round (at Santa Clara, Calif.) Stanford 2, Cal Poly 0

Cal Poly players celebrate the program’s first Big West Conference Tournament championship in 1996 at Titan Stadium in Fullerton. The Mustangs also won Big West tournaments in 2003 (the first year the postseason event was brought back after a five-year hiatus) and 2004. Cal Poly finished in first place in the Big West regular-season standings in 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2013.

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—— 1993 —— Quarterfinals (at Sonoma, Calif.) Cal Poly 1, Sonoma State 0 Semifinals (at Miami Shores, Fla.) Cal Poly 3, Franklin Pierce 2 National Championship (at Miami Shores, Fla.) Barry 2, Cal Poly 0


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Letterwinners (Note: Redshirt years are not reflected. Players had to play in at least one match to be listed for a season.)

A Jenny Aarhus (MF) 1995 Tanya Abston-Sacks (MF) 1992-93 Megan Abutin (MF) 2013Lydia Anderson (MF) 2013-14 Carrie Andrews (D) 2006-08, ’10 Kaleena Andruss (MF/D) 2006-09 Jordan Ansara (D) 2012-15

B Sonja Baczynski (GK) 1997-98 Andrea Baier (MF) 1998 Leslie Barkmann (D/MF) 2009-11 Chelsea Barry (MF/D) 2015Allie Bégin (D) 2011, ’13-15 Sammi Bengston (MF) 2010 Leah Bennett (D) 1996-99 Alle Bezdikian (D) 2002-03 Kendra Bonsall (MF/D) 2013Katie Bowe (F) 1998-2001 Jen Brick (MF) 1997-2000 Mari Briggs (MF) 2014 Kelly Brookshire (F) 2009 Anna Brothers (GK) 1994-95 Heather Bryan (MF) 2000-04 Kim Bubnis (MF) 1992 Angie Burch (D) 1993-95 Jen Burk (D/MF) 1993-95, ’97 Bianca Burright (F) 2009-10, ’12 Amy Burroughs (D) 1996 Shawna Burroughs (D) 1992-93 Annie Busch (MF) 2008, ’10-11

Becky Clark (F) 2002-05 Erica Claussen (F/MF) 2000-03 Alix Cohen (D) 2002-03, ’05 Taylor Cole (D) 2008 Katie Collins (MF) 2001-04 Kristina Condon-Sherwood (D) 2005-06, ’08-09 Annette Croteau (D) 1999-2002

D Mishel Davidson (D) 1992 Stacey Davis (D) 1994-95 Sharon Day (F) 2003-05, ’07 Stacy Dolder (D) 1996-97 Erin Dougherty (MF) 1993 Kate Doyle (D) 2010 Katarina Drake (MF) 2014Christina Dugan (D) 1993 Jessie Duller (MF) 2009-12 Eileen Dunaway (F) 1995

E Amy Earle (D) 1993-94, ’96-97 Christina Eichinger (MF) 2011-14 Amanda Enfield (MF) 2000-02 Sara Epps (F) 2012-15

F Cristina Farrington (MF/D) 2010-13 Cassandra Fäsi (D/MF) 2012, ’14Jana Ferrulli (GK) 1992-93 Braelyn Fetsch (D) 2010-13 Nicole Fetsch (D) 2015Brooke Flamson (D) 2000-02 Mallory Flatebo (MF) 2014-15 McKenzie Flood (F) 2014Miki Foster (MF) 2013-

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C Danielle Camarena (MF) 2003-06 Cathie Cardoza (MF) 1993-94 Kelsey Carroll (F) 2003-06 Patty Carroll (D) 1994-95 Kim Carullo (D) 1993

After a 3-0 win over Detroit (following a 1-0 win over Purdue), the Mustangs celebrate winning the 2005 Boilermaker Challenge Cup in West Lafayette, Ind.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Letterwinners Cynthia Garcia (MF) 2011-13 Natalia Garcia (GK) 1996-98, 2000 Brooke Gauvin (GK) 2008-11 Brittainy Gebo (MF/D) 2010, ’12 Patty Geesman (F) 1992, ’94-96 Michelle George (MF) 1996-99 Eryn Gerhard (MF) 1997-2000 Alyssa Giannetti (GK) 2012-15 Dana Gornick (MF) 2013 Morgan Griffey (D) 2011 Kristina Grigaitis (GK) 1993-96 Julianne Grinstead (D) 2006-09 Kara Grondzik (MF) 1998-99 Tiffany Gummow (MF) 2008-11 Nicole Gunion (MF) 1993-96 Megan Gurney (MF) 2001-04

H Jenny Haggarty (F) 2009, ’11 Emily Hansen (D/MF) 2014-

Wendy Jones was selected as a second-team All-American by the NSCAA in 1993.

Holly Harris (D) 1993-94 Megan Heddinger (GK) 2012-14 Stephanie Hedien (MF) 2001-04 Lauren Heer (MF) 2011-13 Emily Hein (F) 2006-08 Kacey Held (MF) 2010-13 Monica Hemenez (F) 2007-10 Janelle Higginson (MF/D) 2002-04 Liz Hill (GK) 2002-05 Amy Holden (F) 2003 Tracy Hong (MF/D) 2011-14 Coral Hoover (GK) 2006-09 Lindsey Horn (D) 2001

J Heather Jablonsky (D) 2003 Erika Jaramillo (F) 1992-93 Kristi Jereb (MF) 1999-2000 Erica Johnson (D) 2009-11 Kristen Johnson (F) 1992 Wendy Jones (F/MF) 1992-95 Alexa Jontulovich (MF/F) 2001-04

K Katie Kassis (MF) 1997-2000 Kolleen Kassis (F) 1992-95 Ally Kellogg (MF/F) 2006-09 Kelly Kessloff (MF) 2015Ashley Kirchick (F) 2015Sydney Knauer (MF) 2015Cici Kobinski (F/MF) 2009-12 Anne Kramer (GK) 1992 Janet Kreb (D) 1993-94 Caitlyn Kreutz (F) 2015Elise Krieghoff (F) 2012-15 Kristen Kronenbitter (D) 2004-05

L Sara Lancaster (F/MF) 2011-14 Anna LaRash (D) 2001-04 Karrie Layton (F) 1996 Kim Leavitt (D) 1996 Erica Leger (D/MF) 2004-07 Megan Lehtonen (F) 1993-96 Kristen Leonti (F) 1993

Amy Earle earned All-West Region second-team accolades in 1997.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Letterwinners Janelle Loudat (MF) 2000-01 Kaitlyn Lux (F) 2005

M Stephanie Magellan (F/MF) 2015Erin Martin (F/MF) 2000-04 Harmoni McDaniel (MF) 1998 Julie McKee (MF) 2009-12 Kayla McQuade (MF) 2015Heidi McQuitty (MF) 2003-06 Robin Mertens (D) 2012-15

Keala Meyer (MF/D) 2001-03, ’05 Lauren Miller (F) 2009-11 Morgan Miller (F) 2006, ’08-10 Shannon Moore (MF) 1999-2001 Leah Morales (MF) 2005-08 Zoe Mosk (D) 2007 Gina Moss (D) 1994-97 Allyson Munday (MF) 1997 Megan Munday (D) 1997-2000 Alison Murphy (MF) 1994-97 Jessica Murray (GK) 2004-05

N Esther Neel (MF) 2010 Jill Nelsen (MF) 1997-99 Samantha Nerney (MF/D) 2012-15 Michelle Nuesca (MF) 1994-97

O Gina Oceguera (F) 1995, ’97-99 Sandy Oceguera (MF/F) 1998-2001

Whitney Sisler (9) and the Mustangs hosted No. 1-ranked North Carolina, the two-time defending national champions, before a crowd of 2,532 fans in Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Sept. 10, 2010. Cal Poly held the Tar Heels scoreless in the first half before allowing a goal in the second and falling 1-0. Mustang keeper Brooke Gauvin made seven saves. “Honestly,” UNC coach Anson Dorrance told the San Luis Obispo Tribune newspaper afterward, “we were lucky to get out of here with a one-nothing victory.”

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Letterwinners Cara O’Hagan (D) 2005-08 Meggie O’Hagan (MF) 2005-08 Michaela Olney (MF) 2015McKenzie Orand (D) 2008-11 Emily Orwig (MF) 2014-

Desiree Stegner (D/MF) 2001-02 Kendahl Stein (D) 2005-06 Lauren Stevenson (GK) 1999-2001 Shana Stickel (MF) 1995-98 Alyce Storjohann (MF) 1992

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Bria Park (MF) 2007-09 Brooke Parkinson (F) 1995 Rhonda Partida (MF) 1994, ’96-98 Johanna Pfeiffer (GK) 2008, ’10 Jessie Pleis (F) 2006 Sarah Pratts (F) 1996-99 Sam Prochnow (F) 2008 Lauren Proctor (D) 1999-2001

Patty Teal (F) 1994-97 Brooke ten Bosch (MF) 2011Afton Thulin (F) 2008-11 Alli Tramel (GK) 2004-07 Denise Trione (F) 1996, ’98-2000 Marci Trubell (MF) 1992 Amanda Turini (MF/D) 2010-11, ’13 Amy Turner (D) 1998-2001

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Jennifer Redmond (F) 1994 Kim Reynolds (MF) 2005 Breanna Rittmann (MF) 2012Jessica Rodriguez (MF) 2006, ’08-09 Gianna Rosati (D) 2014Heather Rouhier (GK) 2013-15 Shandon Rovetta (D) 2009-12

S Carolyn Schifftner (D) 1998-2001 Megan Schlegel (F) 1999-2002 Katie Shield (D) 2002-05 Greta Shirdon (GK) 2000-03 Andrea Sievers (D) 1996-99 Kim Silva (MF) 1999-2000 Sierra Simmons (D) 2002-05 Cami Simpson (F) 2008 Lindsey Sinclare (MF) 1999, 2001 Whitney Sisler (F) 2007-10 Carrie Sloat (D) 1996-97 Jordan Smith (MF) 2013Jenny Sparks (MF) 2007 Heidi Spink (MF/D) 2001-04 Sarah Squires (F/MF) 2002-05 Shannon Stabler (D) 2014-

Ashley Vallis (F) 2005-08 Michelle Vernon (MF) 1992 Carissa Voegele (D) 2006-09

Haley Walker earned second-team All-West Region status as a midfielder in 2013, when she helped direct the top-scoring attack in the Big West. She won two conference titles during her career.

W Lori Wagner (MF) 1993-96 Megan Wagner (D/MF) 2013-15 Michelle Wagner (MF) 1992-95 Haley Walker (MF) 2009-10, ’12-13 Jennifer Wesser (MF) 2002-05 Nicole Wheeler (D) 2012, ’14Melissa Woo (MF) 2005-08

Y Kim Yackzan (D) Linae Young (F)

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Cal Poly center back Robin Mertens was an all-conference firstteam honoree as a senior after accomplishing the rare feat of playing every minute all season (1,828’), becoming the first Mustang since 2011 to never come off the field.


The Mustangs take on Fresno State at home in 1986. Prior to the launch of the program on an intercollegiate basis in 1992, Cal Poly played as a club for more than a decade, beginning in the California Collegiate Women’s Soccer Conference. University Archives, California Polytechnic State University

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year (Note: Home matches are in CAPS.)

1993 — 16-5-1 (5-0-1 CCAA) 9/4 SOUTHERN CAL. COLLEGE 15-0 W 9/6 at Sonoma State 0-1 L 9/8 at Cal State Hayward 3-0 W 9/11 WESTMONT 6-0 W 9/15 at UC Santa Barbara 0-1 L 9/18 at Stanford 0-5 L 9/24 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 1-0 W 9/27 UC DAVIS 3-0 W 9/29 at Santa Clara 0-3 L 10/2 CAL POLY POMONA* 1-0 W 10/6 CHICO STATE 2-1 W 10/8 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS* 2-1 W 10/13 at Cal St. San Bernardino* 3-3 D (OT) 10/16 USC 4-0 W 10/17 at Loyola Marymount 3-0 W 10/20 at Cal Poly Pomona* 2-0 W 10/22 BYU (club) 2-0 W 10/27 at Cal St. Dominguez Hills* 2-0 W 10/29 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* 5-1 W * California Collegiate Athletic Association matches NCAA Tournament 11/7 at Sonoma State 1-0 W 11/13 vs. Franklin Pierce, at Miami Shores, Fla. 3-2 W NCAA Division II National Championship Match 11/14 at Barry (Miami Shores, Fla.) 0-2 L

1992 — 11-6-2 (Independent) 9/5 at Chico State 3-2 W 9/7 at Cal 0-2 L 9/13 PACIFIC (club) 8-0 W 9/16 at Westmont 2-1 W 9/18 at San Diego State 1-2 L 9/19 at San Diego 0-1 L (OT) 9/23 at Cal Poly Pomona 2-5 L 9/27 UC SANTA CRUZ 7-1 W 10/3 at UCLA (club) 7-0 W 10/7 at Cal St. Dominguez Hills 1-4 L 10/9 at Santa Clara 0-0 D (OT) 10/12 vs. BYU (club), at Stanford 3-2 W 10/16 CAL POLY POMONA 1-0 W 10/17 at UC Davis 0-0 D (OT) 10/18 at San Francisco 3-1 W 10/24 at San Francisco State 3-0 W 10/25 CAL STATE HAYWARD 4-0 W 10/27 at UC Irvine 0-2 L 10/31 AZUSA PACIFIC 4-1 W

After starting her career with the first Mustangs team in 1992, Patty Geesman posted 14 goals and 19 assists over four seasons.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 1994 — 14-3-2 (Independent) 9/3 SONOMA STATE 1-0 W 9/5 TEXAS 1-2 L 9/9 at USC 3-1 W 9/11 at Pepperdine 2-2 D (2 OT) 9/16 at Washington 0-2 L 9/18 at Oregon State 3-2 W 9/23 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 1-0 W 9/25 at UCLA 2-0 W (2 OT) 10/1 at UC Santa Barbara 2-0 W 10/2 vs. Santa Clara, at UCSB 1-5 L 10/8 SACRAMENTO STATE 2-0 W 10/12 at Westmont 3-0 W 10/14 CSU SAN BERNARDINO 3-0 W 10/16 SAN DIEGO 2-1 W 10/21 UC IRVINE 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/23 PACIFIC 2-0 W 10/29 vs. New Mexico, at UC Irvine 1-0 W 10/30 at UC Irvine 2-1 W (2 OT) 11/3 HAWAI’I 6-0 W

1995 — 15-3-1 (Independent) 9/2 at (7) Santa Clara 2-2 D (OT) 9/4 SAN DIEGO 2-1 W 9/10 CAL 2-1 W 9/15 at San Francisco 0-1 L 9/17 PEPPERDINE 5-2 W 9/24 at Loyola Marymount 4-2 W (OT) 9/29 PACIFIC 3-0 W 10/1 FRESNO STATE 2-0 W 10/6 at Gonzaga 2-1 W 10/8 at Washington State 3-0 W 10/14 vs. Arizona, at San Diego St.# 5-1 W 10/15 at San Diego State# 0-2 L 10/19 at Sacramento State 5-0 W 10/22 WASHINGTON 0-1 L 10/27 UC SANTA BARBARA 5-0 W 10/29 USC 5-1 W 10/31 at Saint Mary’s 1-0 W 11/4 at UC Irvine 1-0 W 11/5 at Cal State Fullerton 5-1 W # Lanzera Classic

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 1996 — 12-9-1 (3-3-0 Big West Conference) 8/31 WESTMONT 6-0 W 9/5 (15) UCLA 1-0 W 9/7 (5) SANTA CLARA 0-5 L 9/11 at Pepperdine 2-4 L 9/15 at UC Irvine* 2-3 L 9/17 at (24) San Diego 2-1 W (OT) 9/22 at Fresno State 2-1 W (OT) 9/24 UC SANTA BARBARA* 0-1 L 9/27 WASHINGTON STATE 2-0 W 9/29 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 1-0 W 10/4 at (4) Portland 1-1 D (OT) 10/6 at Washington 1-2 L 10/11 PACIFIC* 1-0 W (OT) 10/18 at North Texas* 2-0 W 10/20 vs. (13) Harvard, at Texas# 1-2 L 10/23 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-1 L 10/25 UTAH STATE* 8-0 W 10/30 OREGON STATE 3-1 W 11/1 at Cal 0-2 L 11/3 at Montana 0-1 L 11/8 at Cal State Fullerton! 3-0 W 11/10 vs. UC Irvine! 2-0 W # East-West Shootout * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Cal State Fullerton

1997 — 15-6-0 (5-1-0 Big West) 8/30 vs. Northwestern# 2-0 W 8/31 vs. Utah# 8-0 W 9/5 at (5) Santa Clara 2-3 L (OT) 9/11 at Oregon State 1-0 W (OT) 9/13 at (3) Portland^ 0-5 L 9/14 vs. Washington, at Portland^ 2-1 W 9/16 at Montana 2-1 W 9/19 SAN DIEGO 4-1 W 9/21 FRESNO STATE 2-0 W 9/25 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 4-1 W 9/28 UC IRVINE* 1-2 L (OT) 10/3 CAL 1-2 L (OT) 10/5 at UC Santa Barbara* 2-0 W 10/10 at Pacific* 2-1 W 10/12 PEPPERDINE 1-0 W 10/17 NORTH TEXAS* 2-1 W 10/24 at Utah State* 2-0 W 10/30 (19) BYU 2-3 L 11/2 SAN JOSE STATE 3-1 W 11/7 vs. Cal State Fullerton! 3-2 W 11/9 at UC Irvine! 2-3 L (2 OT) # at Pleasanton, Calif. ^ adidas Invitational * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at UC Irvine

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 1998 — 9-6-3 (5-1-3 Big West) 9/1 (2) SANTA CLARA 0-5 L 9/4 at (17) UCLA 0-1 L 9/8 WASHINGTON 0-1 L 9/11 (11) SAN DIEGO STATE# 3-1 W 9/13 MONTANA# 1-3 L 9/18 vs. Tulsa, at Missouri^ 2-1 W 9/20 at Missouri^ 2-0 W 9/25 at Boise State* 7-0 W 9/27 at Idaho* 6-0 W 10/2 UTAH STATE* 2-1 W 10/4 NORTH TEXAS* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/9 at UC Irvine* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/11 at Cal State Fullerton* 2-2 D (2 OT) 10/18 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-0 W 10/23 PACIFIC* 0-1 L 10/25 LONG BEACH STATE* 2-1 W 10/28 at San Jose State 1-0 W 11/1 at Fresno State 0-1 L # Cal Poly Invitational ^ Nike Tiger Invitational * Big West Conference matches

1999 — 13-9-0 (8-1-0 Big West) 8/28 at Pepperdine 4-0 W 9/4 FRESNO STATE 0-1 L (OT) 9/11 at (11) BYU 0-6 L 9/12 at Utah State* 3-4 L 9/17 (19) MISSOURI# 1-3 L 9/19 TULSA# 7-2 W 9/22 at (13) UCLA 1-5 L 9/24 IDAHO* 1-0 W 9/26 BOISE STATE* 4-0 W 10/1 at North Texas* 2-0 W 10/3 SAN JOSE STATE 1-3 L 10/7 CAL STATE FULLERTON* 2-1 W 10/10 UC IRVINE* 3-0 W 10/14 at (1) Santa Clara 1-6 L 10/17 at UC Santa Barbara* 3-0 W 10/22 at Long Beach State* 4-1 W 10/24 at Pacific* 3-2 W 10/28 CSU BAKERSFIELD 4-1 W 10/31 at (17) San Diego 1-2 L (OT) 11/5 at Saint Mary’s 2-0 W NCAA Tournament 11/10 at Fresno State 2-1 W 11/13 at Stanford 1-3 L # Cal Poly Invitational * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2001 — 7-9-4 (4-3-2 Big West) 8/31 at (6) Santa Clara 0-3 L 9/2 SAN DIEGO 0-1 L 9/7 CINCINNATI 0-1 L 9/9 SAN JOSE STATE 2-1 W (OT) 9/14 at Washington State Canceled 9/17 at Pepperdine 2-3 L (2 OT) 9/21 BOISE STATE 3-1 W 9/23 MONTANA 1-0 W 9/28 at UNLV# 0-1 L (2 OT) 9/30 vs. Northern Arizona, at UNLV# 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/5 vs. Princeton, at LMU^ 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/7 at Loyola Marymount^ 1-2 L 10/12 at Cal State Northridge* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/14 at Pacific* 1-2 L 10/19 IDAHO* 3-1 W 10/21 UTAH STATE* 4-0 W 10/26 at Long Beach State* 2-2 D (2 OT) 10/28 at UC Irvine* 1-0 W 11/2 CAL STATE FULLERTON* 1-2 L 11/4 UC RIVERSIDE* 1-0 W 11/9 at UC Santa Barbara* 0-1 L # FILA Tournament ^ UCLA Cup * Big West Conference matches

2000 — 11-7-1 (6-2-0 Big West) 8/25 (3) SANTA CLARA 1-2 L 8/29 at San Jose State 0-1 L 9/1 at Fresno State 2-3 L 9/8 at Cincinnati 1-0 W 9/10 at Dayton 1-2 L (OT) 9/15 WASHINGTON STATE 1-0 W (OT) 9/23 vs. Butler, at Montana# 7-0 W 9/24 at Montana# 3-0 W 9/29 CSU BAKERSFIELD 1-0 W 10/1 SAINT MARY’S 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/6 PACIFIC* 2-1 W (OT) 10/8 LONG BEACH STATE* 0-1 L 10/13 at Boise State* 1-0 W 10/15 at Idaho* 0-1 L (OT) 10/22 UTAH STATE* 3-0 W 10/27 at Cal State Fullerton* 3-1 W 10/29 at UC Irvine* 1-0 W 11/3 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-0 W (OT) NCAA Tournament 11/8 at Santa Clara 1-3 L # Montana Invitational * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2003 — 18-2-2 (7-0-2 Big West) 8/29 NEVADA 3-0 W 8/31 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 1-0 W 9/5 at Washington State 1-0 W 9/7 at Boise State 2-1 W 9/12 vs. Portland St., at Montana# 2-0 W 9/14 at Montana# 3-0 W 9/19 AIR FORCE^ 3-0 W 9/20 BAYLOR^ 1-0 W 9/26 SAN DIEGO 3-1 W 9/28 at (11) Santa Clara 0-2 L 10/3 at UC Irvine* 2-1 W 10/5 at Long Beach State* 2-0 W 10/10 UC RIVERSIDE* 1-0 W 10/12 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/19 at UC Santa Barbara* 2-2 D (2 OT) 10/24 at Cal State Northridge* 4-0 W 10/26 at Pacific* 2-0 W 10/31 UTAH STATE* 2-0 W 11/2 IDAHO* 3-0 W 11/7 at UC Irvine! 2-0 W 11/9 vs. UC Santa Barbara! 2-0 W NCAA Tournament 11/14 vs. Arizona St., at Santa Clara 1-3 L # Diadora Cup ^ Cal Poly Invitational * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at UC Irvine

2002 — 14-7-0 (8-1-0 Big West) 8/30 vs. Detroit, at Arizona# 1-0 W 9/2 at Arizona# 0-1 L 9/6 VALPARAISO 4-0 W 9/8 WRIGHT STATE 3-0 W 9/13 WASHINGTON STATE 0-1 L 9/15 (3) SANTA CLARA 0-1 L 9/20 at Loyola Marymount 1-0 W 9/27 UNLV 2-0 W 9/29 FRESNO STATE 2-0 W 10/4 (12) PEPPERDINE 1-2 L 10/6 at San Diego 0-3 L 10/11 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 4-0 W 10/13 PACIFIC* 3-1 W 10/18 at Idaho* 2-1 W 10/20 at Utah State* 4-1 W 10/25 LONG BEACH STATE* 2-1 W 10/27 UC IRVINE* 0-2 L 11/1 at Cal State Fullerton* 1-0 W (OT) 11/3 at UC Riverside* 2-0 W 11/8 UC SANTA BARBARA* 2-0 W NCAA Tournament 11/14 at Stanford 0-4 L # Wildcat Invitational * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2004 — 11-3-6 (5-1-3 Big West) 8/27 (3) SANTA CLARA 2-2 D (2 OT) 8/29 at UC Davis 3-2 W 9/3 WESTERN KENTUCKY 4-2 W 9/7 at Saint Mary’s 0-1 L 9/10 vs. Brown, at Cape Cod, Mass.# 1-0 W 9/12 vs. Maine, at Cape Cod, Mass.# 0-0 D (2 OT) 9/17 SACRAMENTO STATE 2-0 W 9/26 at San Diego 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/1 UC IRVINE* 3-1 W 10/3 LONG BEACH STATE* 1-0 W 10/8 at UC Riverside* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/10 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-1 L 10/15 UC SANTA BARBARA* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/22 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 4-0 W 10/24 PACIFIC* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/29 at Utah State* 3-1 W 10/31 at Idaho* 3-1 W 11/5 vs. Cal State Fullerton! 1-0 W 11/7 vs. UC Santa Barbara! 2-0 W NCAA Tournament 11/12 vs. Stanford, at Santa Clara 0-2 L # ECAC Classic * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at UC Irvine

2005 — 10-5-4 (2-4-1 Big West) 8/26 at Purdue# 1-0 W 8/28 vs. Detroit, at Purdue# 3-0 W 9/2 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 3-2 W (2 OT) 9/4 (18) ARIZONA 0-0 D (2 OT) 9/9 at San Jose State 4-1 W 9/11 at Fresno State 3-0 W 9/16 at Western Kentucky 1-1 D (2 OT) 9/18 at Missouri 1-0 W 9/23 WASHINGTON STATE 1-1 D (2 OT) 9/25 at (5) Santa Clara 0-2 L 9/30 SAINT MARY’S 2-1 W 10/2 UC DAVIS 2-0 W 10/7 at Long Beach State* 2-4 L 10/9 at UC Irvine* 2-1 W 10/14 (24) CAL ST. FULLERTON* 0-2 L 10/16 UC RIVERSIDE* 2-2 D (2 OT) 10/21 at Cal State Northridge* 3-4 L (OT) 10/23 PACIFIC* 1-0 W 10/28 at UC Santa Barbara* 0-1 L # Boilermaker Challenge Cup * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2006 — 10-7-3 (3-1-3 Big West) 8/25 SAN DIEGO 2-3 L 8/27 (20) PEPPERDINE 2-1 W (OT) 9/1 SAN JOSE STATE 5-0 W 9/3 at Stanford 0-2 L 9/8 vs. Oklahoma St., at LMU# 0-1 L 9/10 vs. St. Francis (Pa.), at LMU# 2-0 W 9/15 at Arizona 0-3 L 9/17 SAN DIEGO STATE 3-0 W 9/24 (23) FRESNO STATE 1-0 W (OT) 9/29 at UC Davis 3-0 W 10/1 at Sacramento State 1-2 L (2 OT) 10/6 UC IRVINE* 1-0 W (2 OT) 10/8 LONG BEACH STATE* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/13 at UC Riverside* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/15 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-0 D (2 OT) 10/20 at Pacific* 1-0 W 10/22 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 3-1 W 10/29 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-2 L 11/3 at Long Beach State! 2-1 W (2 OT) 11/5 vs. Cal State Fullerton! 1-2 L # Four Points Sheraton Culver City Tournament * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Long Beach State

2007 — 8-9-3 (5-2-1 Big West) 8/31 DAYTON 0-2 L 9/2 ARIZONA 3-4 L (OT) 9/7 at Dartmouth# 0-1 L 9/9 vs. Providence, at Dartmouth# 1-0 W 9/14 at San Diego State 0-1 L 9/16 at San Diego 0-1 L (OT) 9/20 at Utah 0-2 L 9/22 at (16) BYU 0-0 D (2 OT) 9/28 (1) SANTA CLARA 0-4 L 10/5 UC RIVERSIDE* 1-2 L (2 OT) 10/7 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 1-0 W (2 OT) 10/12 at UC Irvine* 1-0 W 10/14 CSU BAKERSFIELD 3-1 W 10/20 at UC Santa Barbara* 1-0 W 10/26 UC DAVIS* 1-0 W 10/28 PACIFIC* 1-0 W (2 OT) 11/2 at Long Beach State* 1-3 L 11/4 at Cal State Northridge* 1-1 D (2 OT) 11/9 vs. Long Beach State! 2-1 W 11/11 at Cal State Fullerton! 0-0 D (3-4 L, PKs) # Dartmouth Tournament * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Cal State Fullerton

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2008 — 10-9-1 (5-3-0 Big West) 8/22 BYU 1-2 L 8/24 at Arizona 0-1 L 8/29 SAN DIEGO STATE 0-1 L 8/31 at Fresno State 2-1 W 9/5 vs. Wisconsin, at Indiana# 1-2 L (2 OT) 9/7 at Indiana# 3-1 W 9/14 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 5-0 W 9/19 at (24) Santa Clara^ 2-1 W (OT) 9/21 vs. (6) Stanford, at Santa Clara^ 0-3 L 9/26 UTAH STATE 1-0 W 9/28 UTAH 0-1 L 10/3 at Cal State Fullerton* 3-2 W 10/5 at UC Riverside* 4-1 W 10/12 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 1-0 W 10/19 UC SANTA BARBARA* 2-4 L 10/24 at Pacific* 2-0 W 10/26 at UC Davis* 0-1 L 10/31 UC IRVINE* 1-0 W 11/2 LONG BEACH STATE* 2-3 L 11/6 at UC Santa Barbara! 1-1 D (4-5 L, PKs) # Hoosier Classic ^ adidas Classic * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at UC Santa Barbara

2009 — 14-5-1 (7-1-0 Big West) 8/28 (4) STANFORD 1-2 L 8/30 at Utah 0-2 L 9/4 SEATTLE 2-1 W 9/6 at CSU Bakersfield 1-2 L 9/11 at Florida International 3-1 W 9/13 at Florida Atlantic 0-2 L 9/18 at Air Force 1-0 W 9/20 at Colorado College 1-0 W 9/25 at (7) Cal 1-0 W (OT) 9/27 ARIZONA 3-0 W 10/2 at Cal State Northridge* 2-3 L 10/4 at UC Irvine* 3-2 W (2 OT) 10/9 UC RIVERSIDE* 2-0 W 10/11 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 1-0 W 10/15 UC DAVIS* 1-0 W 10/18 LONG BEACH STATE* 1-0 W 10/23 at Pacific* 1-0 W (OT) 11/1 at UC Santa Barbara* 2-0 W 11/5 UC IRVINE! 2-0 W 11/8 UC SANTA BARBARA! 1-1 D (4-5 L, PKs) * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Cal Poly

Kaleena Andruss started 49 times at defender and midfielder from 2006 through 2009.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2010 — 9-9-1 (3-4-1 Big West) 8/22 at (3) UCLA 0-7 L 8/27 at Hawai’i# 2-1 W 8/28 vs. Long Island, at Hawai’i# 2-1 W 9/3 SAN JOSE STATE 2-0 W 9/5 at Arizona 2-4 L 9/10 (1) NORTH CAROLINA 0-1 L 9/12 at Utah State 2-3 L (OT) 9/19 WEBER STATE 4-0 W 9/24 at Pepperdine 0-1 L 9/26 at San Diego State 1-0 W 10/1 at Long Beach State* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/3 at UC Riverside* 1-0 W 10/8 (19) UC IRVINE* 0-3 L 10/10 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 0-2 L 10/15 PACIFIC* 0-1 L 10/21 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-1 L 10/24 at UC Davis* 3-1 W 10/29 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-0 W 10/31 CSU BAKERSFIELD 1-0 W # OHANA Hotels and Resorts No Ka Oi Tournament * Big West Conference matches

2011 — 9-9-1 (3-5-0 Big West) 8/19 at Cincinnati 2-1 W 8/21 at Dayton 1-3 L 8/26 at CSU Bakersfield 2-1 W (2 OT) 8/28 (16) SANTA CLARA 0-3 L 9/2 at San Jose State 2-0 W 9/4 at Saint Mary’s 1-3 L 9/9 vs. Seattle, at Portland St.# 2-1 W 9/11 vs. Boise St., at Portland St.# 3-0 W 9/16 NEVADA 4-1 W 9/18 (9) PEPPERDINE 1-1 D (2 OT) 9/23 FRESNO STATE 2-3 L (OT) 9/30 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 2-1 W (2 OT) 10/2 LONG BEACH STATE* 0-6 L 10/7 at Cal State Northridge* 2-0 W 10/9 at (24) UC Irvine* 0-1 L 10/13 UC RIVERSIDE* 1-2 L (OT) 10/16 UC DAVIS* 1-2 L 10/23 at Pacific* 2-1 W 10/28 at UC Santa Barbara* 1-2 L # Viking Classic * Big West Conference matches

Whitney Sisler tallied the game-winner against San Jose State in 2010 (shown above), one of her eight goals as a senior. Also a track and field standout, Sisler went on to clear 6 feet in the high jump, earning All-American honorable mention status her last season.

Tiffany Gummow scored 17 goals for the Mustangs from 2008 through 2011.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2012 — 9-7-3 (6-1-2 Big West) 8/17 at Loyola Marymount 3-1 W 8/19 CSU BAKERSFIELD 1-0 W 8/24 at Nevada 1-1 D (2 OT) 8/26 at Sacramento State 4-1 W 8/31 (17) CAL 1-4 L 9/7 SAINT MARY’S 0-1 L (OT) 9/9 OREGON STATE 1-3 L 9/13 at (17) BYU 1-5 L 9/23 at Fresno State 1-2 L 9/28 PACIFIC* 4-1 W 9/30 UC DAVIS* 1-0 W 10/5 at UC Irvine* 2-1 W (OT) 10/7 at Long Beach State* 4-3 W (2 OT) 10/12 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE* 2-2 D (2 OT) 10/14 HAWAI’I* 5-2 W 10/19 at UC Riverside* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/21 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-4 L 10/28 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-0 W 11/1 vs. Cal State Northridge! 0-1 L * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at UC Irvine

2013 — 11-7-1 (7-1-0 Big West) 8/23 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 3-0 W 8/25 at CSU Bakersfield 5-2 W 8/30 SACRAMENTO STATE 4-0 W 9/6 SAN JOSE STATE 3-0 W 9/13 at (10) Baylor 0-4 L 9/15 at (20) Texas A&M 0-4 L 9/20 at Oregon State 0-3 L 9/22 at Seattle 0-4 L 9/27 at Saint Mary’s 1-2 L 9/29 at (20) Santa Clara 0-4 L 10/4 LONG BEACH STATE* 2-0 W 10/6 UC IRVINE* 3-4 L 10/10 at Cal State Northridge* 1-0 W 10/13 at Hawai’i* 3-2 W (2 OT) 10/18 CAL ST. FULLERTON* 1-0 W 10/20 UC RIVERSIDE* 3-1 W 10/25 at UC Santa Barbara* 2-1 W 10/31 at UC Davis* 1-0 W 11/7 at Cal State Fullerton! 1-1 D (3-4 L, PKs) * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Cal State Fullerton

Elise Krieghoff led the Big West Conference with 11 goals during her freshman season of 2012.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 2014 — 10-9-1 (5-3-0 Big West) 8/22 at Pepperdine 1-2 L 8/24 LAMAR 2-1 W 8/31 FLORIDA ATLANTIC 0-2 L 9/5 at San Jose State 2-0 W 9/7 at (12) Cal 1-2 L 9/12 at Oklahoma State 1-2 L 9/14 at Oral Roberts 2-1 W 9/19 FRESNO STATE 6-1 W 9/21 at (4) Stanford 0-2 L 9/26 SAINT MARY’S 1-2 L (OT) 9/28 SAN FRANCISCO 3-1 W 10/3 at Long Beach State* 3-0 W 10/5 CSUN* 1-2 L (2 OT) 10/10 UC DAVIS* 0-2 L 10/12 HAWAI’I* 2-0 W 10/17 at UC Irvine* 2-1 W 10/19 at UC Riverside* 3-2 W 10/26 UC SANTA BARBARA* 2-0 W 11/2 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-1 L 11/6 LONG BEACH STATE! 0-0 D (4-5 L, PKs) * Big West Conference matches ! Big West Tournament, at Cal Poly

2015 — 6-8-5 (2-6-0 Big West) 8/21 at San Francisco 0-0 D (2 OT) 8/23 at Saint Mary’s 1-1 D (2 OT) 8/28 at (2) Virginia# 0-2 L 8/30 vs. Richmond, at Virginia# 2-1 W 9/4 (2) STANFORD 0-1 L 9/6 at Fresno State 4-0 W 9/13 SAN JOSE STATE 2-1 W 9/18 DAYTON 4-1 W 9/20 (13) CAL 0-0 D (2 OT) 9/24 (6) BYU 1-1 D (2 OT) 9/27 at (27) Pepperdine 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/1 at UC Davis* 0-1 L (2 OT) 10/4 at Hawai’i* 7-2 W 10/8 LONG BEACH STATE* 0-2 L 10/11 at CSUN* 1-2 L 10/15 at UC Santa Barbara* 0-4 L 10/23 UC IRVINE* 2-0 W 10/25 UC RIVERSIDE* 0-2 L 11/1 CAL STATE FULLERTON* 1-2 L # Nike Classic * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer All-time series SCHOOL Air Force Arizona Arizona State Azusa Pacific CSU Bakersfield Barry Baylor Boise State BYU Brown Butler Cal Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Dom. Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Hayward* Cal State San Bern. Chico State Cincinnati Colorado College CSUN Dartmouth Dayton Detroit Florida Atlantic Florida International Franklin Pierce Fresno State Gonzaga Harvard Hawai’i Idaho Indiana Lamar Long Beach State Long Island Loyola Marymount Maine Missouri Montana Nevada New Mexico North Carolina North Texas Northern Arizona Northwestern Oklahoma State

W-L-D MOST RECENT GAME 2-0-0 9/18/09 2-5-1 9/5/10 0-1-0 11/14/03 1-0-0 10/31/92 7-1-0 8/25/13 0-1-0 11/14/93 1-1-0 9/13/13 6-0-0 9/11/11 2-4-2 9/24/15 1-0-0 9/10/04 1-0-0 9/23/00 2-5-1 9/20/15 3-1-0 10/20/93 2-1-0 10/27/93 13-9-5 11/1/15 2-0-0 9/8/93 2-0-1 10/14/94 2-0-0 10/6/93 2-1-0 8/19/11 1-0-0 9/20/09 7-6-3 10/11/15 0-1-0 9/7/07 1-3-0 9/18/15 2-0-0 8/28/05 0-2-0 8/31/14 2-0-0 9/11/09 1-0-0 11/13/93 10-5-0 9/6/15 1-0-0 10/6/95 0-1-0 10/20/96 6-0-0 10/4/15 6-1-0 10/31/04 1-0-0 9/7/08 1-0-0 8/24/14 11-6-4 10/8/15 1-0-0 8/28/10 9-1-0 8/23/13 0-0-1 9/12/04 2-1-0 9/18/05 4-2-0 9/14/03 2-0-1 8/24/12 1-0-0 10/29/94 0-1-0 9/10/10 3-0-1 10/1/99 0-0-1 9/30/01 1-0-0 8/30/97 0-2-0 9/12/14 41

SCHOOL W-L-D MOST RECENT GAME Oral Roberts 1-0-0 9/14/14 Oregon State 3-2-0 9/20/13 Pacific 16-3-1 9/28/12 Pepperdine 4-5-3 9/27/15 Portland 0-1-1 9/13/97 Portland State 1-0-0 9/12/03 Princeton 0-0-1 10/5/01 Providence 1-0-0 9/9/07 Purdue 1-0-0 8/26/05 Richmond 1-0-0 8/30/15 Sacramento State 5-1-0 8/30/13 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-0-0 9/10/06 Saint Mary’s 3-5-2 8/23/15 San Diego 5-6-1 9/16/07 San Diego State 3-4-0 9/26/10 San Francisco 2-1-1 8/21/15 San Francisco State 2-0-0 9/24/93 San Jose State 10-2-0 9/13/15 Santa Clara 1-15-3 9/29/13 Seattle 2-1-0 9/22/13 Sonoma State 2-1-0 9/3/94 Southern Cal. Coll.† 1-0-0 9/4/93 Stanford 0-9-0 9/4/15 Texas 0-1-0 9/5/94 Texas A&M 0-1-0 9/15/13 Tulsa 2-0-0 9/19/99 UC Davis 9-4-1 10/1/15 UC Irvine 18-8-2 10/23/15 UCLA 3-3-0 8/22/10 UC Riverside 8-3-4 10/25/15 UC Santa Barbara 15-8-4 10/15/15 UC Santa Cruz 1-0-0 9/27/92 UNLV 1-1-0 9/27/02 USC 3-0-0 10/29/95 Utah 1-3-0 8/30/09 Utah State 9-2-0 9/12/10 Valparaiso 1-0-0 9/6/02 Virginia 0-1-0 8/28/15 Washington 1-4-0 9/8/98 Washington State 4-1-1 9/23/05 Weber State 1-0-0 9/19/10 Western Kentucky 1-0-1 9/16/05 Westmont 4-0-0 8/31/96 Wisconsin 0-1-0 9/5/08 Wright State 1-0-0 9/8/02 * Presently Cal State East Bay † Presently Vanguard University


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