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Cal poly women’s soccer history and record book


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer history Table of contents

Honors

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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credits Researched, edited and designed by Cal Poly Athletics assistant communications director Donovan Aird (daird@calpoly.edu). The photo on page 30 is courtesy of Cal Poly University Archives, while the two images displayed on the lower half of page 22 are courtesy of Mustang News. Nearly all other assorted file photos are from the Cal Poly Athletics Communications archives, taken by Matt Aguirre, Ray Ambler, Alexander Bohlen, Julie Brandt, Matt Brown, Aaron Lambert, Chris Leschinsky, Owen Main and Gary Mooshagian. Up-to-date information, rosters, schedules, statistics and bios for the current Cal Poly women’s soccer team can be found 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 & 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 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 fourth 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. 1997 First Team 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. 2001 First Team Brooke Flamson, Jr. Second Team Megan Schlegel, Jr.


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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.

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. Heidi McQuitty, So. Honorable Mention Heather Bryan, Sr. 2005 First Team Sharon Day, Jr. 6

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. 2007 First Team Carrie Andrews, So. Second Team Sharon Day, Sr. Alli Tramel, Sr. Honorable Mention


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors 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. 2012 First Team Cici Kobinski, Sr. Elise Krieghoff, Fr. Second Team Sara Epps, 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).

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. 2014 First Team Megan Abutin, So. Elise Krieghoff, Jr. Second Team Lydia Anderson, So. Alyssa Giannetti, Jr. 7

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. 2016 Second Team Chelsea Barry, So. Kendra Bonsall, Sr. Caitlyn Kreutz, So.


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)

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Goal of the Week 2016 Oct. 19 — Chelsea Barry

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 8

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

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


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 signed with Arna-Bjørnar in the Norwegian Toppserien league.

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

Sept. 23 — Elise Krieghoff (F) 2015 Oct. 6 — Elise Krieghoff (HM)

Soccer Buzz Magazine Elite Team of the Week

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Defensive Player of the Week

2005 Aug. 31 — Sierra Simmons (D)

2009 Sept. 28 — Coral Hoover (GK)

College Sports Madness National Offensive Player of the Week

TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week 2013 Aug. 27 — Elise Krieghoff (F) Nov. 5 — Elise Krieghoff (F) 2014

2013 Oct. 7 — Elise Krieghoff

Soccer Buzz Magazine All-West Freshman Team 1996 — Andrea Sievers 9

2006 — Carrie Andrews

Big West Conference All-Freshman Team Sara Epps Elise Krieghoff Megan Abutin Kendra Bonsall Emily Hansen Gianna Rosati Caitlyn Kreutz

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016 Jessica Johnson


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors NCAA Public Recognition Award for Exceptional Academic Achievement 2013-14 (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

Elise Krieghoff signed with Vålerenga Damer of the Toppserien league in Norway in December 2016. Shown above, Krieghoff played her rookie season with the Boston Breakers in the NWSL. She scored her first professional goal on Sept. 11, 2016 in Houston, dispossessing Cari Roccaro and beating Lydia Williams far-post in the 76th minute.

Big West Conference 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. 10

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.


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Honors

Alyssa Giannetti was named the Toppserien Goalkeeper of the Year by the Norwegian Football Federation in November 2016. While starting all 22 matches as a rookie for Arna-Bjørnar FC (at left), she had seven shutouts. The first Cal Poly goalkeeper to assist on a goal in 10 years (doing so in 2013 as part of a conference champion), she finished her career with 76 starts and 380 saves (both program records) while playing 7,029 minutes (the NCAA’s ninth-most since 2012).

Heidi Spink, Sr.

Carissa Voegele, Sr.

2005 Sierra Simmons, Sr.

2010 Cici Kobinski, So. Afton Thulin, Jr.

2006 Kendahl Stein, So. Melissa Woo, So. 2007

Emily Hein, Jr. Leah Morales, Jr. Carissa Voegele, So. Melissa Woo, Jr.

2008

Emily Hein, Sr. Leah Morales, Sr. Carissa Voegele, Jr. Melissa Woo, Sr.

2009 McKenzie Orand, So.

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. 11

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. 2016 Emily Hansen, Jr. Ashley Kirchick, So. Stephanie Magellan, 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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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

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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.) 86:52 — Stephanie Magellan (UA), 1-0 W vs. CSU Bakersfield (9/11/16) 10.) 86:26 — Alix Cohen (Kim Yackzan), 1-1 D (2 OT) at Western Kentucky (9/16/05)

EARLIEST GOLDEN GOAL SCORED

LATEST GOLDEN GOAL SCORED

1.) 91:17 — Jordyn Zander (Andrea Zimkowski), 2-1 at UC Irvine (10/5/12) 2.) 91:31 — Jessica Johnson (Kelly Kessloff, Caitlyn Kreutz), 1-0 vs. St. Mary’s (8/28/16) 3.) 92:18 — Whitney Sisler (Bria Park), 1-0 at Cal (9/25/09) 4.) 92:25 — Katie Kassis (UA), 3-2 at Pacific (10/24/99) 5.) 92:34 — Megan Schlegel (UA), 2-1 vs. San Jose State (9/9/01)

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

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

Assists

Points

2 0 0 1 3 1

12 10 8 7 7 7

Single Season 1. Elise Krieghoff 2013 21 3 45 2. Kolleen Kassis 1992 15 3 33 Wendy Jones 1993 13 7 33 4. Gina Oceguera 1997 13 6 32 Elise Krieghoff 2014 14 4 32 6. Wendy Jones 1992 13 3 29 Kolleen Kassis 1995 10 9 29 8. Kolleen Kassis 1994 11 6 28 9. Gina Oceguera 1995 11 5 27 10. Gina Oceguera 1998 11 4 26 Megan Abutin 2014 7 12 26 12. Michelle George 1999 9 7 25 13. Kolleen Kassis 1993 9 6 24 Megan Schlegel 2002 9 6 24 15. Sharon Day 2004 11 1 23 16. Four players, once each 22

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

Career 1. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 45 24 114 2. Elise Krieghoff 2012-15 52 8 112 3. Gina Oceguera 1995, ’97-99 39 17 95 4. Wendy Jones 1992-95 32 16 80 5. Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 27 14 68 6. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 27 10 64 7. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 25 13 63 8. Michelle Nuesca 1994-97 17 16 50 Michelle George 1996-99 17 16 50 10. Jill Nelsen 1997-99 16 17 49 11. Megan Abutin 2013- 14 20 48 12. Patty Geesman 1992, ’94-96 14 19 47 13. Amy Earle 1993-94, ’96-97 18 10 46 14. Ashley Vallis 2005-08 17 9 43 15. Sara Lancaster 2011-14 16 9 41 16. Shana Stickel 1995-98 10 20 40

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

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer RECORDS Individual (continued) 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 83 Katie Collins 2001-04 83 3. Heidi McQuitty 2003-06 81 4. Nicole Gunion 1993-96 80 Gina Moss 1994-97 80 Katie Kassis 1997-2000 80 Sarah Squires 2002-05 80 8. Kolleen Kassis 1992-95 79 Amy Earle 1993-94, ’96-97 79 Shana Stickel 1995-98 79 Sharon Day 2003-05, ’07 79 Ashley Vallis 2005-08 79 Carrie Andrews 2006-08, ’10 79 14. Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 78 Morgan Miller 2006, ’08-10 78 16. Wendy Jones 1992-95 77 Megan Gurney 2001-04 77 Sierra Simmons 2002-05 77 Tiffany Gummow 2008-11 77 20. Jen Burk 1993-95, ’97 76 Alison Murphy 1994-97 76 Patty Teal 1994-97 76 Cici Kobinski 2009-12 76

MATCHES STARTED 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 Kendra Bonsall 2013-16 60 21. Katie Kassis 1997-2000 59 Julie McKee 2009-12 59 23. Megan Schlegel 1999-2002 58 Annette Croteau 1999-2002 58 Kelsey Carroll 2003-06 58 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 * Third 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 * 20th-best all-time nationally in Division I history before 2017 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 * Fourth 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. Sophia Brown 2016 8. Alli Tramel 2007 Brooke Gauvin 2011 10. Alyssa Giannetti 2013 11. Brooke Gauvin 2010 12. Liz Hill 2005 13. Lauren Stevenson 1999 Alyssa Giannetti 2014 15. Greta Shirdon 2001

15 14 13 13 12 12

123 116 113 95 95 93 92 87 87 84 82 81 78 78 76

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. Sophia Brown 2016-

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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. Sophia Brown 2016-

MATCHES STARTED 22 21 21 21

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

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77 73 59 51 50 42 42 40 23 19

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. Sophia Brown 2016-

76 72 57 48 47 40 38 38 21 19

During her senior season of 2009, Coral Hoover (left) compiled a .919 save percentage, which, as of 2017, ranked nationally as the 20th-best single-season figure in the 35-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) (15-1-1) 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) 1 — 1-0 W vs. CSU Bakersfield (9/11/16) 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 2003 Longest Unbeaten Streak 12 1993 1993 Highest Goals Per Match Avg. 2.73 1995 1995 Most Shutouts 15* 2003 1995 Lowest Goals Allowed Avg. 0.50 2003 2003 * All-time Big West Conference record

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 2016 season (No. 4 among active coaches at California universities) • Has the most career victories among Big West coaches, both in Big West play (100) and overall (278-169-50) • Has helped the program earn the most All-Big West Conference selections (126) 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/D) 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) 2013-16 Katie Bowe (F) 1998-2001 Jen Brick (MF) 1997-2000 Mari Briggs (MF) 2014 Kelly Brookshire (F) 2009 Anna Brothers (GK) 1994-95 Sophia Brown (GK) 2016Heather 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 Megan Demijohn (F) 2016Stacy 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, ’14-16 Jana Ferrulli (GK) 1992-93 Braelyn Fetsch (D) 2010-13 Nicole Fetsch (D) 2015-16 Brooke Flamson (D) 2000-02 Mallory Flatebo (MF) 2014-15 McKenzie Flood (F) 2014Miki Foster (MF) 2013-16

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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) 2014Holly Harris (D) 1993-94

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

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 Jessica Johnson (F) 2016Kristen 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/OB) 2015Sydney Knauer (MF) 2015Cici Kobinski (F/MF) 2009-12 Anne Kramer (GK) 1992 Janet Kreb (D) 1993-94 Caitlyn Kreutz (F) 2015-16 Elise 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) 2015Lexi Marietti (D) 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-

P Bria Park (MF) 2007-09 Brooke Parkinson (F) 1995 Rhonda Partida (MF) 1994, ’96-98 Jordan Patane (MF) 2016Johanna Pfeiffer (GK) 2008, ’10 Jessie Pleis (F) 2006 Sarah Pratts (F) 1996-99 Sam Prochnow (F) 2008 Lauren Proctor (D) 1999-2001

R Jennifer Redmond (F) 1994 Kim Reynolds (MF) 2005

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.

Cal Poly center back Robin Mertens was an all-conference first-team 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.

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Letterwinners

Kendra Bonsall played every position except goalkeeper during her career, spanning 70 games from 2013-16. Her 60 career starts rank tied for No. 19 in school history.

Breanna Rittmann (MF) 2012-16 Jessica 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) 2013-16 Jenny Sparks (MF) 2007 Heidi Spink (MF/D) 2001-04 Sarah Squires (F/MF) 2002-05 Shannon Stabler (D) 2014-16

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 Kate Summers (MF) 2016-

T 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

V Ashley Vallis (F) 2005-08 Michelle Vernon (MF) 1992 Brittney Viboch (GK) 201429

Carissa Voegele (D) 2006-09 Macy Vrabel (MF) 2016-

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, ’14-16 Melissa Woo (MF) 2005-08

Y Kim Yackzan (D) Linae Young (F)

2003-06 2004-07

Z Jordyn Zander (MF/D) 2010-13 Andrea Zimkowski (MF) 2012-13 Erica Zumbahlen (MF/F) 2004-07


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, Cal Poly

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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 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

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

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer Year-by-year 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

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

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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 & 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 Year-by-year 2016 — 6-10-3 (1-5-2 Big West) 8/19 at (18) Cal 0-1 L 8/21 at Pacific 2-0 W 8/26 SAN FRANCISCO 2-1 W (OT) 8/28 SAINT MARY’S 1-0 W (OT) 9/2 at Washington# 0-3 L 9/4 vs. Portland, at Washington# 1-1 D (2 OT) 9/11 CSU BAKERSFIELD 1-0 W 9/16 at Marquette^ 2-3 L 9/18 vs. Loyola Chicago, at Marq.^ 1-2 L 9/23 PEPPERDINE 1-2 L (OT) 9/25 SEATTLE 2-1 W 9/30 HAWAI’I* 2-1 W 10/2 at Cal State Fullerton* 0-4 L 10/6 at Long Beach State* 1-2 L 10/9 CSUN* 0-1 L 10/13 UC SANTA BARBARA* 1-1 D (2 OT) 10/21 at UC Irvine* 1-2 L 10/23 at UC Riverside* 0-1 L 10/30 UC DAVIS* 0-0 D (2 OT) # Husky Nike Invitational ^ Marquette Invitational * Big West Conference matches

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Cal Poly Women’s Soccer All-time series SCHOOL Air Force Arizona Arizona State Azusa Pacific Barry Baylor Boise State BYU Brown Butler Cal Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Dom. Hills

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 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 2-6-1 8/19/16 3-1-0 10/20/93 2-1-0 10/27/93

SCHOOL Cal State Fullerton Cal State Hayward* Cal State San Bern. Chico State Cincinnati Colorado College CSU Bakersfield CSUN Dartmouth Dayton Detroit Florida Atlantic Florida International

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W-L-D MOST RECENT GAME 13-10-5 10/2/16 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 8-1-0 9/11/16 7-7-3 10/9/16 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


Cal Poly Women’s Soccer All-time series SCHOOL Franklin Pierce Fresno State Gonzaga Harvard Hawai’i Idaho Indiana Lamar Long Beach State Long Island Loyola Chicago Loyola Marymount Maine Marquette Missouri Montana Nevada New Mexico North Carolina North Texas Northern Arizona Northwestern Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Portland Portland State Princeton Providence Purdue Richmond Sacramento State St. Francis (Pa.) Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle Sonoma State Southern Cal. Coll.†

W-L-D MOST RECENT GAME 1-0-0 11/13/93 10-5-0 9/6/15 1-0-0 10/6/95 0-1-0 10/20/96 7-0-0 9/30/16 6-1-0 10/31/04 1-0-0 9/7/08 1-0-0 8/24/14 11-7-4 10/6/16 1-0-0 8/28/10 0-1-0 9/18/16 9-1-0 8/23/13 0-0-1 9/12/04 0-1-0 9/16/16 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 1-0-0 9/14/14 3-2-0 9/20/13 17-3-1 8/21/16 4-6-3 9/23/16 0-1-2 9/4/16 1-0-0 9/12/03 0-0-1 10/5/01 1-0-0 9/9/07 1-0-0 8/26/05 1-0-0 8/30/15 5-1-0 8/30/13 1-0-0 9/10/06 4-5-2 8/28/16 5-6-1 9/16/07 3-4-0 9/26/10 3-1-1 8/26/16 2-0-0 9/24/93 10-2-0 9/13/15 1-15-3 9/29/13 3-1-0 9/25/16 2-1-0 9/3/94 1-0-0 9/4/93

SCHOOL W-L-D MOST RECENT GAME 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 9-4-2 10/30/16 UC Irvine 18-9-2 10/21/16 UCLA 3-3-0 8/22/10 UC Riverside 8-4-4 10/23/16 UC Santa Barbara 15-8-5 10/13/16 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 1-5-0 9/2/16 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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Chelsea Barry’s 82nd-minute free kick against UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 13, 2016 was chosen as the TopDrawerSoccer National Goal of the Week six days later. She won with 58 percent of 11,167 votes.


2017 Cal Poly Women's Soccer Record Book  
2017 Cal Poly Women's Soccer Record Book  
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