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Introduction Table of Contents Quick Facts................................................ 1 Media Information.................................... 1 Postseason Information............................. 1 MOCS Success........................................2-3 The University........................................... 4 Chattanooga - The Scenic City................... 5 Finley Stadium........................................... 6 Mocs Mission............................................ 7 Head Coach............................................... 8 Assistant Coach/Support Staff................... 9 Director of Athletics................................ 10 University Chancellor.............................. 11 Athletics Administration.....................10-11 2011 Outlook......................................12-13 Chattanooga Seniors...........................14-15 Chattanooga Veterans........................16-24 Chattanooga Newcomers...................25-28 2011 Rosters............................................ 29 2011 Opponents.................................30-31 2010 Statistics....................................32-33 UTC Soccer Record Book....................34-39 The Southern Conference........................ 40 CREDITS The 2011 women’s soccer media guide was designed and edited by Anne Wehunt using InDesign CS5 and Photoshop CS5. Special thanks to head coach J.D. Kyzer and assistant coach Sam Stroud. Editorial assistance by Assistant AD/Athletics Communications and Media Relations Jay Blackman, Assistant Director Jim Horten and Communications Graduate Assistant Nate Blythe. Photos by WG Sports Photography, Dale Rutemeyer, Mark Gowan, and David Humber. T h e U n i ve r s i t y o f Te n n e s s e e at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution. Publication # E048502-001-12

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Quick Kicks Preferred Name............................ Chattanooga or UTC Location................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee Founded............................................................... 1886 Enrollment......................................................... 10,756 Nickname.................................................... Lady Mocs Colors......................................... Navy, Old Gold, Silver Stadium/Capacity..................... Finley Stadium/20,668 Stadium press box phone.....................(423) 757-9332 NCAA Affiliation..............................................Division I Conference.................................................... Southern Chancellor.......................................... Dr. Roger Brown Athletics Director...................................Richard L. Hart Alma Mater, year................North Carolina, 1994 Senior Woman Administrator..................Laura Herron Faculty Athletics Representative...........Dr. Mike Jones Athletic Department phone.................. 423-425-4495 Ticket Information.................... 423-266-6627 (MOCS) Coaching Staff Head Coach...................................................J.D. Kyzer Alma Mater, year............USC Spartanburg, 1985 Record at school (years)................. 71-110-16 (11 yrs) Career record (years).................... 130-137-19 (16 yrs) Assistant Coach......................................... Sam Stroud Alma Mater....................................Auburn, 2006 Soccer office phone............................... 423-425-2102 Best time to reach Coach Kyzer..............Call SID office 2010 Review/2011 Outlook Overall Record................................................... 4-13-2 Conference Record/Finish.......................... 2-8-1/11th Returning Starters/Lost.......................................... 8/8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................ 10/11 Newcomers..............................................................10

Athletics Communications/Media Relations Women’s Soccer Contact........................ Anne Wehunt Office phone...........................................423-425-4618 Cell phone..............................................423-933-5764 Email ...................................... Anne-Wehunt@utc.edu Asst. AD/Director....................................Jay Blackman Assistant Director.......................................Jim Horten Assistant................................................... Nate Blythe Director of Creative Services..................Owen Seaton Athletics Communications fax............... 423-425-4610 Mailing Address .............. McKenzie Arena, Room 132 ..............................615 McCallie Ave, Dept. 3503 ....................................... Chattanooga, TN 37403 Athletic Department Website........ www.GoMocs.com

Jay Blackman

Assistant Athletics Director Media Relations and Athletics Communications

Anne Wehunt

Assistant Director Media Relations and Athletics Communications

Jim Horten

Assistant Director Media Relations and Athletics Communications

POSTSEASON INFORMATION SoCon Tournament The 2011 Southern Conference semifinals and championship will be hosted by UNCG, Greensboro, N.C. NCAA Tournament The 2011 NCAA Division I Soccer Championship will be hosted by Kennesaw State at the KSU Soccer Stadium in Kennesaw, Georgia. The semifinals will be December 3 and the final on December 5. Early round play will begin November 12 on campus sites.

Nate Blythe

Graduate Assistant Media Relations and Athletics Communications

Owen Seaton

Director of Creative Services

To the Media The Chattanooga Athletics Communications and Media Relations staff appreciates your interest in Lady Mocs soccer and invites you to catch all the excitement at Finley Stadium this season. Please let us know if we can facilitate your coverage in any way. For additional information, interviews or photographs, contact Anne Wehunt in the Athletics Communications office at (423) 425-4618. Credentials Press credentials will be issued to working members of the media only. Please direct all requests for credentials to Anne Wehunt or Jay Blackman in the Chattanooga Athletics Communications office at least 24 hours in advance. Player Interviews All player interviews must be arranged through the Athletics Communications office. All interviews will take place after practice unless otherwise arranged. Coach Interviews The best time to reach Coach J.D. Kyzer is between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday by contacting the Athletics Communications office. You must contact the Athletics Communications office for an interview with Coach Kyzer. Practice Coverage Any media member wishing to cover practice sessions is welcome to do so. We would appreciate advance notice when you are planning to attend in order to provide premier service. Print Media • Chattanooga Times-Free Press • The University Echo • The Cleveland Daily Banner • The Dalton Daily Citizen • Ft. Payne Times Journal • Scottsboro Sentinel Television Media • WDEF 12 (CBS) • WDSI 61 (Fox) • WRCB 3 (NBC) • WTVC 9 (ABC) • WYHB

Radio Media • Mocs Sports Network •105.1 ESPN Radio • 95.3 FM • 93.5 FM • WDEF 92.3 FM • WDOD 96.5 FM/1310 AM • Citadel Communications • WGOW 102.3 FM/1150 AM • WOGT 107.9 FM • WSKZ 106.5 FM • WSGC 101.9 FM • Cumulus Broadcasting • WKXJ 98.1 FM • WUSY 100.7 FM Websites • GoMocs.com • Chattanoogan.com • TimesFreePress.com

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Mocs Success Academically, Athletically & Socially

Athletically Over the last five years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their third-best showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2010-11. • Four SoCon Team Championships • Six Teams Represented in the Postseason • One All-American • One Academic All-American • Five Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • Three Southern Conference Coaches of the Year • Eight All-Region Performers • 45 All-SoCon Performers

Sophomore Jenna Nurik won the SoCon Sportsmanship Award and was a second team all-conference selection.

Cross country’s Emmanuel Kirwa won his fourth conference race, third in the SoCon, and was the SoCon Runner of the Year for the third time.

The women’s golf team won its second-straight SoCon title and advanced to the NCAAs for the third year in a row.

The Mocs wrestlers have won seven-straight SoCon titles and are riding a 35-match winning streak in league action.

The softball team won its fifth-straight SoCon Title and advanced to the finals of the NCAA Regionals for the first time.

Junior Stephan Jaeger was the SoCon Men’s Golfer of the Year for the second year in a row, leading the Mocs back to the NCAAs.

Sophomore Paula Passmore was the 2010 SoCon Volleyball Libero of the Year after leading the league with 5.45 digs per set.

Bailey Dewart returned from numerous injuries to earn the SoCon Ann Lashly Inspiration Award.


academically The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in each of the last six trems, culminating with a school-record 2.97 in the spring. • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last four semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in both the fall and spring semesters. • Wrestling had a 3.14 g.p.a. for the year, ranking No. 7 in the nation.

socially

The Mocs graduated 53 student-athletes during at the summer, fall and spring commencement ceremonies in 2010-11.

The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes are well represented in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Mocs are always involved with local projects such as canned food drives, the Freshman Move-In and other activities throughout Chattanooga. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs also have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. The Mocs also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2011 SoCon Basketball Championships.

Nearly all of the Mocs teams work to organize or participate in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on the campus of UTC.

Senior Courtney Barnes was three-time Academic All-District and the recipient of the SoCon Bob McCloskey Insurance Graduate Scholarship.

Senior David Moore became the 12th Moc in school history to be named Capital One Academic All-American.

Men’s basketball senior Ricky Taylor talks to youth at a local clinic hosted by the Mocs men’s basketball team.

Wrestling senior Dan Waddell led his teammates in an outing to help the local Habitat for Humanity.

Chris Berry earned a spot on the Capital One Academic All-District team and won the SoCon Outdoor 10000M race.

Sophomore Jackson Tresnan was an ITA Scholar Athlete and led the team with 14 singles wins.

Lady Mocs soccer student-athlete Danielle Barr gives instructions to local youth at the Girl Scouts Sports-A-Thon.

The softball team adopted Amanda Swartout as an honorary teammate through the “Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.”


Chattanooga

UTC is one of the fastest growing campuses in Tennessee, with enrollment surpassing 10,000 in 2010. Here are some of the significant opportunities UTC has to offer: • UTC established the SimCenter: National Center for Computational Engineering in 2007. The SimCenter provides computer simulations to solve problems for industry and government while offering research programs.

The University

• UTC’s College of Business has ranked among the best in the nation by both BusinessWeek and the Princeton Review. Our programs are among the elite 10% nationwide to receive Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation.

FOUNDERS HALL

• UTC’s School of Nursing has received more than $3 million in grants the past three years to support nursing education and bring new skills to our students.

FLETCHER hALL

lUPTON lIBRARY If you look around the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, you will find a message chiseled for eternity into the stone of our structures. “We Shall Achieve” A bold commitment that guides us in everything we do, and tells the world what to expect from our campus. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we achieve, and so will you. Achieving a goal doesn’t always come easy. UTC students are challenged through a rigorous liberal arts based general education and state-of-the-art cirricula in their majors. Our faculty members hold world-class credentials in teaching, research and creative endeavors and pass this experience to students. Tutoring and other academic support assist student success. Your future is worth the effort.

• Our Teacher Preparation Academy has been chosen by the Carnegie Foundation as a “Teachers for a New Era” institution, acknowledging our teacher licensure programs as among the best in the nation and a model for other universities.


Chattanooga

Hunter Museum of american Art

the scenic city

• You will be impressed by Chattanooga’s revitalized Riverfront that includes a 10-mile Riverwalk; The Passage, a celebration of Chattanooga’s Native American heritage, and the Chattanooga Pier. • Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.”

The Southern Belle Riverboat

• Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art. • The Walnut Street Bridge, connecting the Bluff View Arts District and downtown with the North Shore District and Coolidge Park, is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.

Walnut Street Bridge • Discover the Tennessee Aquarium with its two underwater worlds: River Journey and the new Ocean Journey. You will see tiny seahorses, impressive Beluga sturgeon, fierce sharks and playful otters. • Visit Rock City where you can see seven states from one spot.

The Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga’s Riverfront Park

• Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. • Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway travels up a 72.7% grade, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world.


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Finley Stadium davenport field

In 1997, the Mocs football program said goodbye to historic Chamberlain Field and ushered in a new era for both the University and the City of Chattanooga. On Oct. 18, 1997, Chattanooga opened its new home, Finley Stadium Davenport Field, as an overflow crowd of 22,646 watched UTC defeat Tennessee State 28-7. The 20,668-seat facility is the best of its kind among Division I-FCS Subdivision stadiums and is the crown jewel for the city’s Southside revitalization project. After a five-year move, the women’s soccer program will once again call Finley Stadium home. The Lady Mocs, who began playing at Finley in 2000 and moved out in 2004, will return for the 2010 season hosting seven games. The $28.5 million project needed financial support to become a reality. Donations from the private sector ranged anywhere from a 10 dollar bill to $1 million. In fact, nearly 40 percent of the project came from private donations. The City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County contributed $13 million, the State of Tennessee gave $3.5 million and the University donated $2.9 million. Ground breaking on the site that was once the Rock Tenn plant was held March 7, 1996. Seven months later, the Stadium Corporation named the facility Finley Stadium Davenport Field. The late W. Max Finley, former Chairman of the Rock Tenn Corporation, dedicated his life to public service and was an active supporter of the University of Tennessee system. He received both the University of Chattanooga Distinguished Alumni Award and the Outstanding Service Award of the UTC Alumni Council. He was also inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame. The playing field is named in honor of the late Gordon Lee Davenport, the President and CEO of the Krystal Company from 1975-85. Davenport served as Chairman of the Stadium Corporation and Campaign and worked tirelessly in the planning and development of the facility. Davenport, a longtime friend of UTC athletics and Mocs football, received the UTC Alumni Council Outstanding Service Award and is a member of the University’s Hall of Fame. A new polyetheylene artificial turf surface, a state-of-the-art plastic grass, was installed in the spring of 2005 by TC Thiolon USA and Precision Sports Fields, Inc. The Stadium Corporation left nothing out of its masterpiece. The facility, designed by Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson and built by C&I Specialty, both of Chattanooga, contains 32 luxury sky boxes and 3,465 preferred seats with chairbacks. The $350,000 scoreboard includes a video board, and the Stadium Club can hold 250 for pregame or postgame functions. The press box can hold 60 media workers, has three radio booths and a television broadcast booth. Identical home and visitors locker rooms contain a separate athletic training area and coaches’ locker room, as well as an extensive player locker area. Besides serving as the home of Lady Mocs Soccer and Mocs Football, Finley Stadium Davenport Field hosted the NCAA FCS National Championship from 1997 to 2009. It is also host to the Chattanooga Futbol Club, international and high school soccer, high school football, national lacrosse tournaments, concerts and other community festivals.

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Finley Stadium Finley Stadium Fast Facts

Seating Capacity................................................................20,668 Construction Cost......................................................$28.5 million Construction Time........................................................12 months Date Completed..................................................... October, 1997 Playing Surface............................. polyetheylene turf (May 2005) ...................................................................... 15 feet below grade Amount of Concrete Used.................................8,000 cubic yards ....................................................... or a 20-mile, 6-foot wide strip Miles of Electrical Wiring...........................................................77 Miles of Conduit.........................................................................22 Construction Firm..............................C&I Specialty, Chattanooga Architects........................................ Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson Consulting Architects..............................................Ellerbe Becket Concession Stands...................................................6 permanent Total Number of Skyboxes........................................................32 Pressbox Seating Capacity.......................................................60 Lighting............................................................. Six 115-foot poles Direction Field Runs................................................. East to West Entrance Gates...........................................................................8 Ticket Windows...........................................................................9 Ticket Agent................................The McKenzie Arena Box Office Distance from UTC Campus.......................................... 2.5 miles Distance from Tennessee River........................................... 1 mile Stadium Name Honors........................................W. Max Finley & ........................................................................ Gordon Davenport Stadium Address............................................. 1206 Carter Street .............................................................. Chattanooga, TN 37402 Stadium Manager................................................. Merrill Eckstein Stadium Office Telephone...................................... 423-267-4041

Finley Stadium Directions From Atlanta – Take I-75 North to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Birmingham – Take I-59 North to I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Knoxville – Take I-75 South to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Nashville – Take I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead.


Finley Stadium

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mocs mission & CORE VALUES

Our Mission We guide, encourage and support our student-athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for meaningful and productive lives. Core Values Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’ Respect: We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect.

Academically

• Over last eight semesters, the student-athlete grade point average has risen from 2.51 (Spring 2007) to 2.97. • 53 student-athletes earned degrees in 2010-11. • School-record 78 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic All-Southern Conference Teams.

Athletically

• Four teams won SoCon titles in 2010-11, including men’s basketball (div.), wrestling, softball and women’s golf. Six teams - men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling, men’s and women’s golf and softball competed in NCAA postseason play. • Individually, the Mocs had one All-American, five SoCon Athletes of the Year, 11 SoCon Champions, one SoCon Tournament MVP, two SoCon Freshmen of the Year and three SoCon Coaches of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 45 All-SoCon honors, while 17 studentathletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams.

Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others.

• Heath Eslinger (Wrestling), Frank Reed (Softball) and Colette Murray (Women’s Golf) were all named SoCon Coach of the Year in 2010-11.

Premier Service: We work together to take care of people.

Socially

Accountability: We are an important part of a great team. Continuous Improvement: We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

for all fans of mocs athletics and mocs club members The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department considers total compliance with NCAA and Southern Conference rules to be one of the highest priorities of our institution. We sincerely appreciate your support of Mocs Athletics and are committed to educating our fans and boosters about the rules that regulate your relationships with our student-athletes as even the bestintentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Basic “do’s” and “don’ts” can be found in the Compliance section of our website, www.gomocs.com. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Marquita Armstead, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS!

• The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, Race for the Cure, Read Across America and many more. • The Mocs looked to expand their presence in the surrounding areas with Caravan trips to Atlanta and Nashville. Not to forget their closest fans, the studentathletes again took part in Operation Move-In, helping freshmen unload into their dorms to begin the fall semester. • Being engaged in the community can extend past volunteering. The Mocs created a stir with a number of creative marketing ideas, including the White Out football game against Appalachian State, the Black Out men’s basketball game against Furman, Phillip D. Glass donning a football helmet for the first time and the extremely popular April Fools’ joke to name a few.

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Mocs Coaching and Support Staff

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

J.D. Kyzer

USC-Spartanburg, 1985 ~ 12th Year Career Record: 130-140-19 (16 years) UTC Record: 71-110-16 (11 years)

Kyzer’s Career Coaching Record Year School 1995 Queens College 1996 Queens College 1997 Queens College 1998 Queens College 1999 Queens College 2000 Chattanooga 2001 Chattanooga 2002 Chattanooga 2003 Chattanooga 2004 Chattanooga 2005 Chattanooga 2006 Chattanooga 2007 Chattanooga 2008 Chattanooga 2009 Chattanooga 2010 Chattanooga Total

Coaching Credentials

• 2000-present: Mocs Head Coach • 2003: SoCon Coach of the Year • 1998-99: Head Coach USISL’s Charlotte Speed • 1995-99: Head Coach Queens College • 1989-95: Asst. Coach Queen’s College • 1988-89: Asst. Coach Belmont Abbey • 1988-90: Charlotte Country Day School

Personal Profile Educational Background

• Bachelor’s Degree in Education (USC-Spartanburg, 1985) Athletic Background • Airport High, Columbia, S.C. football, soccer, cross country • USC-Spartanburg - soccer Family Wife: Claire Children: Brianna, Tristan and Kiera Place of Birth • Brevard, Fla.

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16 Years

Record 16-3-0 14-6-1 11-8-0 9-6-1 9-7-1 6-9-1 4-13-1 10-8-1 10-6-3 12-5-1 8-11-0 3-11-3 2-12-2 5-14-1 7-8-1 4-13-2 130-140-19

The 2011 season marks head coach J.D. Kyzer’s 12th at the helm of the Lady Mocs soccer program. In his tenure at Chattanooga, the Lady Mocs marked their first advancement into the Southern Conference Tournament and posted three consecutive double-digit win seasons. Under his guidance, the Chattanooga program has produced 12 All-Conference performers, two all-tournament players, one all-freshman team member, 10 athletes of the week, two student-athletes of the week and a national player of the week. Last year, junior Donna-Kay Henry led the Mocs in scoring and was named to the league’s all-conference first team. The 2009 season saw the Mocs jumped out to a 5-0 start, the best in school history with four consecutive shutouts to start the season. Henry and Becca Smith led the Southern Conference in scoring and goals throughout the season. Henry was named all-conference for her efforts while Smith earned a spot on the all-freshman team. In 2004, UTC posted a school-record 12 wins. That season is a benchmark for the

Mocs. Besides wins, UTC set new standards with 50 goals, 52 assists, 152 points, a 0.86 goals-against average while allowing an alltime low 15 goals in 18 games. Chattanooga shutout seven opponents and only allowed five teams to score two or more goals. One of those shutouts was a 2-0 victory over Alabama, UTC’s first-ever win over an SEC opponent. Diana Jallo, a junior striker, scored both goals and for her effort, was named a National Player of the Week by Soccer America. Jallo led the league in goals, shots and scoring for the second straight season and earned her second All-Conference honor. Kyzer was chosen to be Chattanooga’s second head soccer coach in March 1999. The team responded with school records for overall wins and Southern Conference wins and set numerous individual standards in 2000. While the team’s 2001 record dipped, the Mocs set a new mark against the league in wins. A small, but talented squad battled several SEC schools and lost seven games by just one or two goals. In 2002, Kyzer led his team to its first double-digit win season with 10 victories. The squad set school records in wins, goals, points, shots, corner kicks, shutouts, fewest goals allowed and the lowest goals-against average. Three individuals set or tied four more school marks. Fueled by record-setting seasons, the Mocs continued to rewrite the books in 2003 under Kyzer’s guidance. For the first time since the league limited its postseason tournament to the top eight teams, the Mocs earned a spot in the event and captured a first-round win over East Tennessee State before falling to Furman in the quarterfinals. For his efforts, Kyzer was voted the 2003 Southern Conference Coach of the Year by his peers. He directed the team to a 10-63 overall record and a 6-2-3 SoCon record, the best in school history. Three of his players were named All-Conference by the league coaches and two were named to the All-Tournament Team.

Before arriving at Chattanooga, Kyzer spent five years as head coach of Division II Queens College in Charlotte, N.C., and was the program’s top assistant for six years before that. In his five years at the Charlotte institution, Kyzer compiled a 59-30-3 record while winning four Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference regular-season championships. In his time with the Charlotte school, the Royals lost just six times to CVAC opponents. Overall, Kyzer’s teams produced 22 allconference players, six all-region selections and one All-American. In 1998, the Royals had the nation’s most productive scorer in Renee Vinnedge who tallied an NCAArecord 41 goals in 16 games. Kyzer’s teams have been aggressive on the offensive end producing the conference’s leading scorer in all five seasons that he was head coach at Queens and three times since taking over at UTC. In 10 seasons of coaching, Kyzer has had a player nationally ranked in scoring 10 times. While keeping the pressure on offensively, Kyzer’s teams have also shown stellar defensive capabilities. In 1996, Queens College had a school-record 11 shutouts. In 1995 and 1997 the Royals posted nine shutouts. At Chattanooga the Mocs have posted 48 shutouts in 11 years. In 1999, Kyzer was also the head coach of the Charlotte Speed in a women’s pro league of the United Soccer League. Prior to taking the job at Queens, he was a member of the soccer staff at Belmont Abbey and was an assistant for current Duke Head Coach Robbie Church. A native of Columbia, S.C., Kyzer earned his bachelor’s degree in Education in 1985 from the University of South CarolinaSpartanburg. A member of the soccer team at USCS, he helped the squad to a 21-1-1 record his senior season. That team advanced to the national NAIA Tournament. Joseph Dantzler Kyzer and his wife, Claire, have three children, Brianna, Tristan and Kiera.


Mocs Coaching and Support Staff Sam Stroud Assistant Coach • Third Year Auburn • 2004

Personal Profile Educational Background

• Auburn, 2004 Bachelor of Science Agri-Science Education Family Wife: Annette Place of Birth • Tullahoma, Tenn.

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Jocelyn Walker

Team Manager • First Year Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Oakland High School

Jocelyn Walker begins her first season as the team manager for the Mocs soccer team. She also worked one semester as manager with the SoCon championship softball team and is a member of the NAACP. While a student at Oakland High School, she was a member Sam Stroud enters his third season as assistant coach of the 4x100 and 4x200 track teams and was a shooting guard for the for the Chattanooga women’s soccer team. basketball team. She was a member of the Beta Club and the National Honor Society and In his first year with Chattanooga, the Lady Mocs got graduated with Honors. She is the daughter of Camille and Rickey Walker and her sister off to their best start in school history with five consecutive Jackie is a student at Tennessee Tech. wins. The Lady Mocs also had the top two scorers in the Southern Conference despite a 16-game schedule. Stroud arrived at Chattanooga with a wealth of soccer experience and knowledge. He now has nine years of Adam Chinery, ATC coaching experience under his belt, including six years of Athletic Trainer • Second Year Division I women’s soccer. He came to the Mocs from Nashville’s Lipscomb Adam joins the UTC Athletic Training staff for his first year this University where the Lady Bison posted back-to-back school fall. He is a 2009 graduate of Western Carolina University with a B.S. records for single season wins. in Athletic Training. He completed a 10-month internship at Wofford Prior to coaching at Lipscomb, Stroud was an assistant College from Aug. 2009-May 2010 assisting with football. Adam also with Alabama A&M in Huntsville. In 2005 the Bulldogs worked as the athletic trainer for men’s and women’s cross country recorded their most successful season in school history with an overall record of 15-2-2 and advanced to the semifinals of and the 2010 baseball team. Adam recently wrapped up a summer internship with the the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) tournament Forest City Owls of the Coastal Plain League (CPL), a collegiate wood bat summer league. The Owls claimed the 2010 CPL championship. Adam is currently pursuing a Master’s in semifinals. Stroud was Clinical Exercise Physiology from UTC. He is originally from Burlington, N.C. the head coach of the Valley High Boy’s Soccer team in Valley, Ala. Jessica Guadagno Stroud, from Athletic Trainer • First Year Tullahoma, Tenn., is a 2004 graduate of Auburn University Jessica, originally from Port Colborne, Ontario, begins her first where he earned a season with the Mocs women’s soccer team as the assistant athletic Bachelor of Science trainer and her second year in the UTC Graduate Athletic Training degree in AgriProgram working toward her Masters of Science in Athletic Training. Science Education. She is a graduate of Brevard College in Brevard, N.C., with a BS in He is married to Exercise Science where she was a four-year member of the women’s varsity soccer team. the former Annette Over the summer she worked with the Chattanooga Football Club (CFC) for an Robinson of Huntland, athletic training internship. After her rotation with soccer is complete, she will work an Tenn. orthopedic surgery rotation as well as working with LFO and McCallie schools in their athletics programs.

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Chattanooga Administration

Rick Hart

Athletics Director When Rick Hart came to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he brought with him a vision and plan for the future of the Mocs. Over the last five years, Hart has changed the landscape of the UTC Athletics Department with his leadership, organizational skills and innovative ideas on how to fulfill the Mocs’ mission of preparing students for productive and meaningful lives. Since his hiring on May 23, 2006, Hart’s efforts have made a tremendous impact on the Mocs student-athletes’ quest for comprehensive excellence – academically, athletically and socially. Academically • Shown continuous improvement in the overall grade-pointaverages for student-athletes in each of the last six semesters - highlighted by a 2.97 g.p.a. in the spring of 2011, the highest semester mark on record. • Over half of the Mocs’ student-athletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll each of the last four semesters. • Developed and implemented an ambitious APR improvement plan that has increased the APR scores of all Mocs athletics programs. • Expanded the Compliance and Academic Services departments to help student-athletes progress toward the ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Athletically • Captured 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference over the last five seasons, more than any other SoCon school. • In 2008-09, Chattanooga posted school records with five teams competing in the NCAA Championships and 10 squads represented in the postseason. • Set a school record in 2009 with a 99th place finish in the NACDA Learfield Director’s Cup that measures the overall success of all Division I athletic programs. Three of the Mocs’ top-5 all-time finishes in the NACDA Director’s Cup have come in Hart’s tenure. • Captured UTC’s first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women’s sports program in the Southern Conference.

Managing finite resources in collegiate athletics is widely known as a difficult task. Hart made fiscal stewardship a priority for the department since his arrival. With diligent leadership and a commitment from each and every member of the department, UTC Athletics has made significant strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution and adherence to university allocated budgets. Currently, Hart serves as a member of the NCAA Division I Championship/Sports Management Cabinet and the FSC Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee. He is active in the community is a sought-after speaker among the area’s many civic organizations. In addition to his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics, Hart has been appointed to the Board of Directors with the March of Dimes – River Valley Division, the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee and the Finley Stadium Corporation. He is also a member of the Chattanooga Downtown Rotary and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Leadership Club. Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart’s career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2006.

Hart has also worked in athletics for the University of North Carolina and East Carolina University and has served with the U.S. Olympic Committee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart Socially • Focused attention on strengthening the relationship between Mocs Athletics and the UTC community. earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, Health and • Cultivated and maintained relationships with local and national press that has led to unequalled Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, also a graduate of North Carolina, are proud parents of Trevor and Caroline. media attention for a program of this size. • Expanded educational programming for student-athletes, coaches and staff as part of a commitment A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart’s father, to learning and personal and professional development. Hart has also been very successful in the traditional roles as UTC Athletics Director. In an effort to Dave, currently serves as Executive Director of Athletics at ensure efficient and effective management of all elements of the athletics program, and to better align the University of Alabama, and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., athletics with the academic mission of the institution, Hart developed and installed the Strategic Plan served in a variety of roles within collegiate athletics including for UTC Athletics. A focus on the student-athlete experience has resulted in increased ticket sales and a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern Conference from fundraising, innovative partnerships, improved athletics facilities and the addition of quality coaches. 1987-91.

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Dr. Mike Jones

Mike Royster

Faculty Athletics Representative

Asst. Athletics Director Equipment/Facilities

Matt Pope

Dr. Emily Blackman

Laura Herron

Dr. Jay Blackman

Senior Associate Athletics Director

Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

Andrew Horton Associate AD External Operations

Asst. Athletics Director Student Support Services

Asst. Athletics Director Athletics Communications

Ryan Peck

Asst. Athletics Director UTC Mocs Club & Mktg


Chattanooga Administration

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Dr. Roger Brown University Chancellor

Dr. Roger G. Brown, a proven academic leader and native Tennessean, is the fifteenth head of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His appointment as Chancellor was celebrated by the campus in February 2006. Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the significant milestone of surpassing more than 10,000 students in fall 2009. Since taking the helm of the Chattanooga campus, he has promoted UTC’s mission as a metropolitan university with special emphasis in the fields of science, mathematics and technology. Brown has also pledged the campus’ commitment to teacher preparation, healthcare professions, business and

commerce and cultural appreciation. UTC recently completed a strategic planning initiative that focuses campus efforts on the power of partnerships, especially relationships within the learning laboratory of Chattanooga. In 2008, Chattanooga earned the Community Engagement designation by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in recognition of its many successful partnerships in the community. Brown came to Chattanooga from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he served as Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs since 2000. Previously, he had served since 1991 in various academic and administrative capacities with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Brown left UNC Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. A political scientist with particular academic emphasis in American government, Brown earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political Science from the University of Tennessee and the Ph.D. in Political Science from The Johns Hopkins University. He began his teaching career at Iowa State University in 1983 before joining the UNC Charlotte faculty in 1985. In 2002, Brown was appointed to the inaugural delegation of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Sino-American Leadership Development Training for Higher Education Leaders in China. He has traveled on assignment for the U.S. Department of State to Syria, Jordan, and Israel. He also helped establish international exchanges with universities in Germany, France, South Korea, and South Africa. In Chattanooga, Brown is a member of Rotary International and has also been named to the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Board of Directors, the RiverCity Company Board, and the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is a commissioner of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and has been appointed to the Southeast Tennessee PreK-16 Education Council. A strong supporter of athletics, Dr. Brown recently agreed to serve as the Chair of the Southern Conference Council of Presidents. This appointment runs through the 2011-12 academic year. Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompson, is also a committed community activist. In addition to her involvement and support of the university, she currently serves on the boards of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Memorial Healthcare System, Jordan Thomas Foundation, Community Impact, and Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga. The couple has two children, Caroline and Austin. Roger and Carolyn also share custody of “Madeline Albright,” a rescued husky mix with diplomatic immunity.

Teresa Adcox

Administrative Assistant

Scott Brincks

Dir. of Athletic Performance

Jim Horten

Jeff Andrews

Marquita Armstead

Todd Bullard

Melissa Cate

Athletic Performance Asst.

Head Athletic Trainer

Anne Jay

Asst. Dir. - Communications

Admin. Assistant

C.J. Recher

Rhonda Reynolds

Lisa Tarr

Cheri Thomas

Mocs Sports Properties

Academic Advisor

Academic Advisor

Admin. Assistant

Director of Compliance

Admin. Assistant

William Kent

Marketing/Ticketing Asst.

Kyle Ryan

Asst. Equipment Mgr.

Erin Weaver

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Joe Baugham

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Hank Cobb

GM - Mocs Sports Properties

Erika Lerum

Nate Blythe

Communications Assistant

Jay Harris

Director of Major Gifts

Megan Parker

Dir. Marketing & Promotions

Director of Ticket Sales

Owen Seaton

Jessica Tanner

Anne Wehunt

Lindsey Wendorf

Dir. - Creative Services

Asst. Dir. - Communicatoins

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Academic Advisor

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer The 2011 women’s soccer season holds much excitement for the Mocs who begin their 16th season of competition. Seniors Danielle Barr and Donna-Kay Henry provide leadership for a squad featuring five juniors, five sophomores and seven freshmen. Henry, a three-time all-conference performer, was selected to the Southern Conference preseason all-conference squad and looks to

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have her most promising season yet. Henry is climbing the Mocs career charts and ranks second behind Diana Jallo (2002-06) in the scoring and goals and is nearing the top 10 list for games played. Barr is a defensive specialist who stepped onto the turf as a walk-on in her sophomore season. After four years, she is nearing the top 10 list for games played. The juniors are led by forward Becca Smith who had a break-out freshman season before injuries hampered her efforts last year. She scored 11 goals in her rookie season and ranked third on the single season charts with 28 points scored. Joining her on the field are classmates Kelsey Swann, Tayler Shelby and 2010 assists leader Lauren Wilson. Jordan Middleton rejoins the squad this season as a junior after a return to the team over the summer. Sophomore Taylor Mangrum will

Chattanooga Outlook hold down duty as the team’s goal keeper. She ranked sixth on the single season chart with 118 saves and recorded three wins, one shutout with a pair of ties. She started 16 of UTC’s games last fall and will carry the load this season in goal. On the field will be sophomores Andria Aurand, Sam Eitner, both late season additions last year and Kerbi Towry. Transfer Kelly Crew from Tennessee Tech joins the sophomore class. She was selected the Appalachian Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year last season at Tennessee Tech and looks to make a mark for the Mocs this year. Freshman Crystal Mackezyk is one of seven freshmen taking the field for the Mocs in 2011. She dazzled high school fans with 156 goals throughout her career, but will look to help control the center at midfield. Rounding out the freshman class is Andi Argueta, Kaitlyn Bennett, Shelbey Farmer, Emma Mason, Marlee Maynard and Becky VanHorn. The 2011 slate features 10 home matches, three in-state foes on the non-conference slate and a tournament in North Carolina. The Mocs open the season at Tennessee Tech on August 19 before returning home to for a three-game stretch at Finley Stadium that begins Sunday, Aug. 21 against Austin Peay. The following Sunday, Chattanooga will host


Chattanooga Outlook

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer defending SoCon champion UNCG on their home field on September 23. The Spartans are led by first-year head coach Steve Nugent, a former Georgia assistant, who is taking over for long-time coach Eddie Radwanski who left to take over the reins at Clemson. Chattanooga will move down the road on September 25 to take on Elon who went 6-5 in league play last season. The Mocs will host The Citadel (Sept. 30), College of Charleston (Oct. 2) and Furman (Oct. 6) in their second three-game homestand of the year. The Bulldogs posted their first-ever win over Chattanooga last

Gardner-Webb at home and wrap up the three-game stand with a Friday match against Lipscomb on Sept. 2. From there, the Mocs will head to North Carolina for Gardner-Webb’s tournament to take on Stetson on September 9 and Jacksonville State two days later. UTC will close out the non-conference portion of the schedule with a home contest against Alabama A&M on Friday, September 16. Southern Conference action opens on the road for the Mocs who will face

season while the Mocs took the Cougars to double-overtime before falling 2-1 on the road. Twelve of Chattanooga’s 19 games last season were decided by one goal or fewer including a 1-0 loss to the Paladins. UTC will hit the road to take on Wofford on October 9 and Western Carolina on October 14. The Mocs went into double-overtime with each team last season ending in ties. UTC will close out the three-game road swing on October 16 at Appalachian State who went 2-5-4 in league play. Chattanooga closes out the home slate with Georgia Southern (Oct. 21) and Davidson (Oct. 23). The Mocs put together their strongest offensive output of the season against the Eagles with a 4-1 win. UTC will host Davidson for Senior Day on Sunday, Oct. 23. The regular season will close out on the road against Southern Rail Rivalry Series foe Samford in Birmingham on October 26. The Bulldogs closed out the 2010 season runner-up at 8-2-1 in the SoCon.

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Chattanooga Seniors

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Danielle Barr

5-11 • Senior • Defender • Hixson, Tennessee • Hixson High School

Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 19-19 2 0 4 8 .250 2 .250 0 0-0 2009 16-15 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 2008 14-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Totals 49-34 2 0 4 10 .200 4 .400 0 0-0

2010 Junior Started all 19 games for the Mocs at the defender position ... scored her first collegiate goal against Elon and tallied her second against Wofford ... totaled four points for the season with eight shots, two on goal ... her goal against Wofford was the equalizer that sent the game into a double-overtime tie ... named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters … named to the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team … graduated from UTC in December with a B.S. in Nursing and is currently pursuing her Masters for Nurse Practitioner. 2009 Sophomore Played in all 16 games for the Mocs in the defender position ... took shots against Tennessee Tech in the season opener and at Wofford - both shots were on goal ... named to Dean’s List, Athletics Director’s Honor Roll ... recorded a perfect 4.0 in the fall and spring semesters and was named to the Southern Conference’s Fall All-Academic Team. 2008 Freshman Played in 14 games for the Mocs in her first season ... named to the Dean’s List both semesters as well as the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll ... named to the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team. 2007 UTC Did not play soccer her first year ... named to the Dean’s List both semesters.

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High School Four-year starting varsity player for the Wildcats ... served as captain her junior and senior years...named the 2004 Rookie of the Year ... 2005 Best Defensive Player...2006 Best Offensive Player ... was one of the leading scorers in the Hamilton County area as a senior ... Wildcats were the 2004 District 6-AA Runners-Up ... three-year member of the varsity softball team ... sported the lowest ERA in Hamilton County as a sophomore (0.34) ... played club softball and was the leading pitcher for seven years ... led her team to two fifth place finish and one seventh place finish in the United States Fastpitch Association (USFA) World Series ... three-year member of varsity swim team and served as captain her senior year ... two-year cross country athlete and captain senior year...ran track for one year ... received the Chattanooga State 2007 English Award ... Valedictorian of Hixson High School, 2007 ... senior class treasurer ... National Honor Society member ... Beta Club ... Governor’s School for Biomedical Engineering, 2006 ... selected to “Who’s Who Among High School Students” ... selected to “Who’s Who Among High School Students, sports edition ... voted “Most Talented” by senior class. Personal Full name is Danielle Ann Barr ... born March 13, 1989 in Columbia, Tenn. ... graduated in December 2010 with a B.S. in Nursing … currently pursuing her Master’s for Nurse Practitioner ... daughter of Mark and Debra Barr ... both parents graduated from UTC ... has brother Ryan a graduate of MTSU and younger brothers Justin, attending MTSU, and Eric.

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Chattanooga Seniors

Donna-Kay Henry

5-3 • Senior • Striker • Queens Village, New York • Roosevelt High School

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 18 9 2 20 60 .150 30 .500 3 0-0 2009 15-15 9 4 22 56 .161 28 .500 2 0-0 2008 19-19 8 2 18 49 .163 25 .510 3 0-0 Totals 52-34 26 8 60 165 .158 83 .503 8 0-0

2010 Junior Named All-Conference First Team by the SoCon coaches ... led the team in shots taken with 60 which ties for seventh on the Mocs’ single season list ... led the team in scoring with 20 points, tied for eighth on the single season chart and just two behind her season best set in 2009 ... tallied a team-high nine goals, matching her total from 2009 and ranking fourth on the single-season chart ... ranked fourth in the Southern Conference for shots taken, second for shots per game (3.33), eighth for points, fifth for points per game (1.11), sixth for goals and tied for first for goals per game ... on the UTC all-time charts, D.K. ranks second for scoring with 60 points, goals scored with 26, third for shots attempted with 165 and tied for 10th with eight assists.

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2009 Sophomore Named All-Conference Second Team by the SoCon coaches ... played in and started 15 games ... scored a schoolrecord four goals against USC-Upstate for a school-record eight points ... notched two game-winning goals ... ranked 40th among all NCAA Division I women’s soccer players and second in the SoCon for points per game (1.47) ... ranked 36th in the NCAA and second in the league for goals per game (0.60) ... second on the team and third in the SoCon with nine goals ... ranked third in the league and second on the team in overall points (22) ... ranked in the SoCon Top 10 for assists (8th-4), assists per game (6th-0.27), shots (5th-56), shots per game (2nd-3.73), shots on goal (4th-28), shots on goal per game (2nd-1.87), shots percentage (2nd-.161) ... single season records: 22pts-5th; 9gls-T4th; 4asts-T10th; 56shts-9th ... moved to fourth on the career scoring charts with 40 points ... tied for third on the UTC all-time goals list with 17 ... named to UTC’s Dean’s List, Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Fall All-Academic Team. 2008 Freshman Played in and started 19 games for the Mocs in her rookie season ... named to the All-Southern Conference Second Team ... ranked ninth on the SoCon single season charts for scoring with a team-leading 18 points ... led the Lady Mocs with eight goals and is ranked sixth for goals scored in a single season ... notched two goals against Wofford and The Citadel and is ranked fifth for goals scored in a game at UTC ... tallied two assists ... had 49 shots with 25 on goal and three game winners ... led the team in points, shots, shots on goal, goals and game winners ... named to the UTC Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. High School Two-time All-County as a member of the Roosevelt soccer team coached by Mario Justice ... elected to play in the Exceptional Senior Game ... top scorer in her division as a junior ... played Club Soccer for the Auburndale Strikers... finished second in the U18 Girls - Red Division ... also played Club Soccer for the Rosedale and Elmont Soccer Clubs ... member of the softball and basketball teams at Roosevelt. Personal Full name is Donna-Kay Henry ... nickname is D.K. ... daughter of Donna Henry ... originally from Jamaica.

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Chattanooga Juniors

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Jordan Middleton

Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2008 20-9 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 Totals 20-9 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0

5-0 • Junior • Midfielder/Defender • Ooltewah, Tenn. • Ooltewah High School 2009-2010 Attended Middle Tennessee ... played club ball. 2008 Freshman Played in 20 games for the Lady Mocs and started nine at midfield ... took two shots with one on goal against The Citadel. High School Named All-State, All-Region and All-District at Ooltewah High School ... named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press “Best of Preps” team ... received the Warrior Award and named Best Defensive Player for the Owls ... helped lead her team to the 2004, 2005, 2006 district titles and the 2004, 2005, 2006 Region titles ... played club ball for Express 90 ... led her team to the Division II state title ... named to the National Honor Society ... maintained a 3.5 GPA ... member of Younglife, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Beta Club and National Honor Society. Personal Full name is Jordan Nicole Middleton ... born August 9 in Chicago, Ill. ... majoring in Education ... daughter of Christina Watson and Dennis Middleton ... her sister Lindsey is a graduate of Middle Tennessee and is currently in the UTC graduate program.

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Chattanooga Juniors

Tayler Shelby

5-5 • Junior • Defender • Chattanooga, Tennessee • Baylor School

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 16-5 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 2009 6-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Totals 22-5 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0

2010 Sophomore Played in 16 games for the Lady Mocs and started five ... made her first collegiate start in the opener at Lipscomb ... took two shots against the Bison and one more against Samford ... helped the Lady Mocs to three wins including a shutout over USC Upstate. 2009 Freshman Played in six games for the Lady Mocs as a defender ... made her collegiate debut on the road against Tennessee Tech and played her first home game against Lipscomb ... helped the Lady Mocs to three shutout victories and the title of the Border Classic at Gardner-Webb ... named to the UTC Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. High School Member of the Baylor Lady Raiders ... helped team claim the 2008 Region title and state semifinalists ... team was 2007 state finalists and ranked 11th nationally by ESPN ... coached by Jimmy Weekley ... played club ball for the East Ridge Express and Coach Matt Yelton ... team was the 2007 Region 3 Premier League champs and advanced to the 2008 and 2009 Regionals ... “Who’s Who Among America’s High School Students” ... member of the 2006 Georgia state championship cross country team and the 2008 and 2009 Tennessee state track championship teams ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).

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Personal Daughter of Jerry and Jolee Shelby ... has a younger sister Sidney ... born April 30, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga. ... pre-Pharmacy major.

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Becca Smith

5-7 • Junior • Striker • Mufreesboro, Tennessee • Eagleville • Riverdale High

Chattanooga Juniors Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 17-12 3 3 9 36 .083 17 .472 1 0-0 2009 16-16 11 6 28 82 .134 35 .427 3 0-0 Totals 33-28 14 9 37 118 .119 52 .441 4 0-0

2010 Sophomore Played in 17 games for the Lady Mocs and started 12 after recouping from a preseason injury ... scored the game winning goal against USC Upstate and the game-tying goal against Western Carolina ... had three goals and three assists ... second on the team in scoring with nine points ... took 36 shots with 17 on goal ... currently ranked seventh on the UTC career chart for points (37), seventh for goals scored (14) seventh for assists (9) and fourth for shots taken with 118 ... named to the UTC Dean’s List, Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and the Southern Conference All-Academic Team. 2009 Freshman Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team by the league coaches ... played and started all 16 games ... had three game-winning goals ... according to CollegeSoccer360.com, ranked seventh nationally among all freshman for scoring and eighth in goals scored ... led the Southern Conference in seven categories despite playing just a 16 games schedule: points (28); points per game (1.75); goals (11); goals per game (0.69); shots (82); shots per game (5.12); shots on goal per game (2.19) ... tied for third in the SoCon in assists (6); third in assists per game (0.38); second in shots on goal (35); third in shot percentage (.134) ... ranked 17th among all NCAA Division I student-athletes for points per game (1.75); 21st for goals per game (.688); 80th for assists per game (0.38) ... recorded a hattrick in her collegiate debut scoring all three goals in a 3-0 victory over Tennessee Tech ... third on UTC’s single season chart for points (28) ... third on the single season list for goals (11) ... tied for third on the list with six assists and fifth for shots taken (82) ... entered the career Top 10 chart for scoring (9th) and tied for ninth for goals and ninth for shots taken ... tied for fourth on UTC’s single game record chart with six points and second for goals in a single game (3) ... named to the UTC’s Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team.

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High School Attended Eagleville High School in Murfreesboro and played soccer for Riverdale High School … led the Warriors to the 2006 and 2008 state quarterfinals, 2007 Region 5-AAA Region title, 2007 and 2008 District 7-AAA title … four-time selection to the Daily News Journal All-State team … District 7-AAA Offensive MVP all four years … Daily News Journal Soccer Athlete of the Year in 2005 and 2006 … four-time Daily News Journal Riverdale High School Girls Soccer MVP … Daily News Journal Travis Webber Award recipient … Riverdale Team MVP in 2005 and 2006 … Riverdale Team Best Attacker Award in 2005, 2006 and 2007 … selected the Riverdale Best Freshman in 2005 … ranked second in the state for career goals with 169 and second in state for goals scored in a season with 50 … four-time All-Area Soccer Team selection … played club soccer for the eight-time state champion SRFC Lady Strikers ’91 … played varsity softball for the Eagles and was the 2005 Golden Glove Award recipient … maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA through high school and was named Valedictorian … Girl’s State nominee … Student Body treasurer for one year … four-year member of the Student Council … three-year member of the Beta Club … Spanish Club member for three years … member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) … member of the Yearbook staff and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Personal Full name is Rebecca Gayle Smith … daughter of Kim and Kirk Smith … younger sister of the late Kirkpatrick Smith, Jr. … born June 26, 1991 in Franklin, Tenn. … Interior Design major.

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Chattanooga Juniors

Kelsey Swann

5-3 • Junior • Midfielder • Hixson, Tennessee • Soddy Daisy High School

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 19-18 1 1 3 18 .056 7 .389 0 0-0 2009 16-11 1 2 4 6 .167 4 .667 0 0-0 Totals 35-29 2 3 7 24 .083 11 .458 0 0-0

2010 Sophomore Played in all 19 games for the Mocs starting 18 ... scored a goal against Appalachian State and tallied an assist in UTC’s 2-1 win over Tennessee Tech ... had three points ... took 18 shots with seven on goal ... named to the UTC Dean’s List, Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and the Southern Conference All-Academic Team.

2009 Freshman Played in all 16 games for the Mocs in her rookie year and started 11 times ... recorded her first collegiate goal in UTC’s home opener vs. Lipscomb ... recorded two assists on the year with her first against Austin Peay and her second at Elon ... took just six shots with four on goal from her midfield position ... named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. High School Played for the Soddy Daisy Trojans ... helped the team to win District 6 and Region 3 titles ... the Trojans were ranked eighth in the state in 2008 and defeated Cleveland for the Region 3-AAA title named All-Region first team in 2008 ... advanced to the 2007 state quarterfinals ... member of the track team.

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Personal Full name is Kelsey Reneah Swann ... daughter of Brian and Robin Swann ... younger sister Kaley ... born April 29, 1991 in Chattanooga, Tenn.

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Lauren Wilson

5-9 • Junior • Midfielder • Columbia, Tennessee • Columbia Central High School

Chattanooga Juniors Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 19-18 0 6 6 22 .000 8 .364 0 0-1 2009 16-9 1 1 3 12 .083 4 .333 0 0-0 Totals 35-27 1 7 9 34 .029 12 .353 0 0-1

2010 Sophomore Played in 19 games and started 18 for the Mocs ... led the team with six assists and tied for fifth in the Southern Conference stats ... fifth in the league for assists per game (0.32) ... third on the team in scoring ... tallied three assists in UTC’s 4-1 win over Georgia Southern ... three assists in a single game ranks second in school history ... recorded 22 shots including four at The Citadel and three at Gardner-Webb ... averaged 1.16 shots per game ... notched eight shots on goal ... named to the UTC Dean’s List, Athletics Director’s Honor Roll and the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team. 2009 Freshman Played in all 16 games for the Mocs starting nine ... made starts in shutout wins over Lipscomb, Gardner-Webb and USC-Upstate as well as Austin Peay, Furman, Elon, UNC Greensboro, Georgia Southern and Samford ... tallied her first collegiate goal against USC Upstate ... took 12 shots on the year with a career-best four against USC-Upstate ... had four shots on goal ... named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll ... named to the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team.

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High School Played center midfield for Columbia Central High School ... started all games as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... three-time All-District First Team selection ... two-time Offensive Player of the Year ... named team MVP as a sophomore ... two-time selection to the Katie Hunter All-Tournament Team ... District 8AAA MVP Midfielder of the Year ... played club ball for the TNFC 91 Club team ... played the U20 National Mexican Team twice in 2008 in Puebla, Mexico and Mexico City ... tied for first in the 2008 Region II Premier League ... 2007 champions Region III Premier League Central Division ... 2007 Tennessee State semifinalist ... 2007 Southern Regional quarterfinalist ... 2007 Champoins of GIT Memphis ... 2008 Disney Showcase finalist ... 2006 Tennessee State finalist ... posted a 3.97 GPA ... four-year member of National Honor Society ... four-year member of National Beta Club - Vice President 2008-09 ... Interact ... 2008 Girl’s State Delegate Alternate .. “Best All-Around” Senior Superlative ... JCL (Latin Club) Member ... Peace in Action/Peer Mediator ... CHS Highest Honor Roll all four years ... Who’s Who Among High School Students ... “Who’s Who Among High School Honor Students” ... Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... freshman class secretary ... Student Council ... National Leadership Forum on Medicine - Emory University, 2007 ... PHBC Youth Council ... Kappa Phi Delta Sorority Personal Lauren Wilson ... daughter of Brad and Amy Wilson ... born Sept. 21, 1990 ...Biology/Pre-Med major.

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Chattanooga Sophomores

Andria Aurand

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 13-0 1 0 2 2 .500 1 .500 0 0-0 Totals 13-0 1 0 2 2 .500 1 .500 0 0-0

5-3 • Sophomore • Midfielder • Hixson, Tennessee • Hixson High School 2010 Freshman Played in 13 games for the Mocs ... scored her first collegiate goal against UNC Greensboro at Finley Stadium ... had two points for the year and took just two shots with one on goal ... named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. High School Four-year MVP for the Wildcats ... played club ball for Redoubt Lady Generals ... member of the state qualifying bowling team at Hixson ... member of the National Honor Society ... teammate of current Mocs soccer player Kathleen Kent ... Personal Alexandria Aurand ... born March 15 in Birmingham, Ala. ... Physical Education/Pedagogy major ... daughter of Teresa Roach and Lee Aurand.

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Samantha Eitner

Chattanooga Sophomores Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Totals 3- 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

5-6 • Sophomore • Defender • Orange, California • Orange High School 2010 Freshman Saw action in just three games after joining the Mocs after the start of the season ... made her collegiate debut at Tennessee and played in UTC’s 4-1 win over Georgia Southern and the season finale against Southern Rail Rival Samford. High School Four-year starter for the Panthers ... served as captain senior year ... named MVP ... earned Honorable Mention honors ... named All-League First and Second teams ... graduated with a 4.0 GPA ... received the Scholar Athlete Award ... member of the varsity softball, swimming and volleyball teams ... member of the One Club, ASB (student government) ... participant in a health research project ... member of the Girl Scouts ... writer for the school newspaper. Personal Samantha Eitner ... born November 13 in Pittsburgh, Penn. ... Psychology and Criminal Justice major ... daughter of Morgan Eitner and Robert and Roberta Eitner ... has a younger brother, Nicholas.

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Taylor Mangrum

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Year 2010 Total

GP-GS Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Save% 17-16 1377.19 32 2.09 118 .787 17-16 1377.19 32 2.09 118 .787

W L T Sho 2 11 2 1 2 11 2 1

5-7 • Sophomore • Goalkeeper • Franklin, Tennessee • Franklin High School 2010 Freshman Played in 17 games for the Mocs and started 16 in goal ... made her collegiate debut at Lipscomb and had her first start at Austin Peay ... recorded three wins including one shutout and two ties ... played nearly 1400 minutes in goal and recorded 118 saves for a 78.7 saves percentage ... ranked sixth on the single season chart for saves (118) ... ranked ninth on the single season chart for goals against average (2.09) ... sixth on the all-time charts for career saves and fifth on the goals against average list ... sixth on the all-time chart for wins ... recorded 18 saves at the College of Charleston ranking fourth on the single game charts ... tied for seventh on the single game chart with 15 saves at Tennessee.

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High School Named All-State and All-Region her senior season ... named to the All-Star Team in 2009 ... led the Rebels to the State Finals in 2009 where they finished runners-up ... advanced to the state tournament all four years making it to the semifinals in 2008 and the quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007 ... four-time region champs and four time sectional champions ... won the district in 2007 and finished runner-up three times ... played club ball for the HFC Hurricanes ... won the state title in 2003 and were state runners-up in 2010 ... state finalist in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... National Honor Society ... Hope Scholarship recipient...UTC Academic Scholar recipient ... National Spanish Honor Society ... Top 10 percent in class ... Mike Grace Memorial Scholarship ... received the Basketball Hustle Award as a sophomore ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), Franklin Girls Cottilion (FGC) - served as president ... worked with Habitat for Humanity. Personal Taylor Mangrum ... daughter of Jerald and Terri Mangrum ... has a younger brother Jackson ... born March 19, 1992 in Nashville, Tenn. ... Occupational Therapy major.

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Kerbi Towry

Chattanooga Sophomores Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 19 2 1 5 23 .087 9 .391 0 0-0 Totals 19- 2 1 5 23 .087 9 .391 0 0-0

5-0 • Sophomore • Midfielder • Murfreesboro, Tennessee • Siegel High School 2010 Freshman Played in 19 games for the Mocs and started 17 ... scored her first collegiate goal against Tennessee Tech at Finley Stadium ... scored UTC’s goal against Alabama ... had two goals and one assist ... fourth on the team in scoring with five points ... took 23 shots with nine on goal ... took five shots against Western Carolina . High School Two-time All-State honoree ... named All-District First Team in 2008 and second team in 2007 ... All-Region in 2007 and 2008 ... played forward for both varsity and junior varsity squads ... three year varsity team member ... received the 2008 Coach’s Award ... helped lead team to the 2008 AAA State title ... Stars claimed two district titles and three 7AAA Region championships ... played club soccer for Diadora Knoxville, Lady Impact ... team won the 2005 and 2006 Tennessee State Championships ... member of the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority ... member of the Student Council (2009-10) ... Beta Club member (2008-10) ... French Club (20070-08) ... Science Club member (2008-09). Personal Kerbi Lynn Towry ... daughter of Jennie Towry and David Towry and Karen Towry ... three siblings ... older sister Karia Towry ... Tanner Witt attends Middle Tennessee State University and Megan Witt ... born April 13, 1992 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. ... Physical Therapy major.

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Kelly Crew 5-2 • Sophomore • Midfielder Brisbane, Australia • Tennessee Wesleyan College

Tennessee Wesleyan Voted AAC Newcomer of the Year ... helped lead the Bulldogs to a threeway tie for the regular season title ... member of the AAC Tournament championship team and NAIA National Tournament qualifier ... was second on the team with five goals.

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Andi Argueta 5-2 • Freshman • Forward Clarksville, Tennessee • Northeast High School

Attended Moreton Bay College in Australia and played Club ball for the Redland United Premier Women’s Team.

High School Served as team captain for three years ... four-time all district honoree ... threetime all region ... named MVP for the Eagles as the top Offensive Player her senior year ... received the Coaches Award as a sophomore ... four-year team captain for the Royals Classic Club Team in Clarksville ... claimed championship in spring 2011 ... Beta Club member for three years ... member of the Beta Club, HOSA Club and was a Freshman Focus mentor.

Personal Full name is Kelly Crew ... born August 8 in Brisbane Australia ... Exercise Sport Science major ... daughter of Sharon and Bernie Argueta ... has three siblings, Ben, Haley and James.

Personal Full name is Andrea Nicole Argueta ... born May 14 in Clarksville, Tenn. ... Exercise Science major ... daughter of Melissa and Felipe Argueta ... has two younger siblings, Abriella and Felipe.

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Kaitlyn Bennett 5-2 • Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Columbia, Tennessee • Columbia Academy

High School Named all-tournament and Offensive MVP as a senior ... all-district as a junior ... two-time district all-tournament team member for the Bulldogs ... led her team to three district titles and the 2011 state championship ... member of the National Honor Society ... a Top 20 rank ... member of the Pep Club, Encouragement Council and the Junior Civitan Personal Kaitlyn Montana Bennett ... born November 2 in Columbia, Tenn. ... Biology, pre-professional major ... daughter of Sandie and Danny Bennett ... has a younger brother, Seth.

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Shelbey Farmer 5-3 • Freshman • Defender Smyrna, Tennessee • Smyrna High School

High School Named captain senior year ... helped lead the Bulldogs to district title as a freshman ... three-time all-district player ... named Best Defensive player as a freshman ... played in the All-Star game as a senior ... named Daily News Journal Player of the Year ... played Club ball for the Lady Strikers 92 and advanced to the state title game ... graduated with Honors, 3.6 GPA ... top 20% of graduating class ... member of the National Honor Society ... Technical Honor Society ... Student Council ... Beta Epsilon ... Beta Club ... HOSA ... Drama Club ... Interact ... Sergant at Arms of Senior Class. Personal Shelbey Lange Farmer ... born August 21 in Nashville, Tenn. ... Exercise Science, pre-professional major ... daughter of Marshall Farmer and Alice and Rodney Pugh.


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Crystal Mackezyk 5-8 • Freshman • Midfielder Columbia, Tennessee • Spring Hill High School

High School Named District MVP in 2010 ... fourtime all-district ... four-time all-region ... named all-tournament four times ... led the Raiders to the District title in 2007, 2009 and 2010 and the Region title in 2007, 2009 and 2010 ... Top 10 honoree ... scored 156 goals over her four-year career ... reached the 100-goal mark in her junior season ... named Most Valuable Runner for the cross country team in 2007 and 2008. Personal Crystal Marie Mackezyk ... born June 8 in Franklin, Tenn. ... Biology major ... daughter of Rhoda and Terry Mackezyk ... has two brothers, Daniel and Michael.

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Emma Mason 5-1 • Freshman • Forward Smyrna, Tennessee • Smyrna High School

High School Named team captain ... member of the All-District first team as a senior ... member of the All-District second team as a junior ... played club ball for the Lady Strikes 92’ ... won the State, Regional and National titles in 2009 ... graduated from Smyrna High School with honors ... member of the Beta Club, Interact, Beta Epsilon and the Art Club. Personal Emileigh Elizabeth Mason ... born October 28 in Knoxville, Tenn. ... Business Management and Interior Design major ... daughter of Roxanne and Steve Mason ... has three siblings, Olivia, Kelsi and Tyler.

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Marlee Maynard 5-5 • Freshman • Midfielder Franklin, Tennessee • Page High School

High School Helped lead the Patriots to the 2010 State semifinals ... Region champs in 2009 and 2010 ... District champs in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named allregion, all-district and earned a spot on the all-district tournament team ... earned a spot on the Honor Roll ... member of the French Club, STARS, Latin Club and United Way. Personal Marlee Elizabeth Maynard ... born December 14 in Memphis, Tenn. ... Pre-Major ... daughter of Mitzi and Bryan Maynard ... her father played Division I basketball at Mercer as a freshman then transferred to NAIA Freed Hardeman for the remainder of his college career ... has a younger sister, Khaki and an older brother Jake who attends MTSU.

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Becky VanHorn 5-3 • Freshman • Forward Marietta, Georgia • Mount Paran Christian School

High School Served as team captain in 2011 ... Top 50 Leading Scorers in Cobb County in 2009 ... named All-Area in 2010 and 2011 ... named All-Region in 2009 ... led her team in scoring in 2009 and led in assists in 2010 and 2011 ... fouryear member of the school’s Honor Roll ... named to the Headmaster’s Roll in 2008 and 2010 ... member of the French Club, Culinary Arts Club, Sign Language Club and Homeless Pets Club. Personal Rebecca Anne VanHorn ... born January 29 in Marietta, Ga. ... Psychology major ... daughter of Bobbi and Guy VanHorn.


2011 Rosters

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

NUMERICAL

ALPHABETICAL

No. 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Name Taylor Mangrum Jordan Middleton Kerbi Towry Danielle Barr Andi Argueta Kelsey Swann Donna-Kay Henry Becky VanHorn Crystal Mackezyk Shelbey Farmer Samantha Eitner Tayler Shelby Andria Aurand Becca Smith Kathleen Kent Lauren Wilson Emma Mason Kelly Crew Kaitlyn Bennett Marlee Maynard

Pos GK MF/D MF D F MF F F MF D D D MF F D MF F MF MF/D MF

Ht 5-7 5-0 5-0 5-11 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-8 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-3 5-9 5-1 5-2 5-2 5-5

Head Coach: J.D. Kyzer (USC Spartanburg, 1985) Manager: Jocelyn Walker

Yr. Hometown/Previous School So. Franklin, Tenn./Franklin HS Jr. Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah HS So. Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel HS Sr. Hixson, Tenn./Hixson HS Fr. Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast HS Jr. Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy HS Sr. Queens Village, N.Y./Roosevelt HS Fr. Marietta, Ga./Mount Paran Christian School Fr. Columbia, Tenn./Spring Hill HS Fr. Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna HS So. Chattanooga, Tenn./Orange (Calif.) HS So. Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor So. Hixson, Tenn./Hixson HS Jr. Murfreesboro, Tenn./Riverdale HS Jr. Hixson, Tenn./Tennessee Wesleyan Jr. Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central HS Fr. Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna HS So. Brisbane, Australia/Tennessee Wesleyan Fr. Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Academy Fr. Franklin, Tenn./Page HS

No. 5 17 4 23 22 13 11 7 19 9 0 21 24 2 15 6 18 3 8 20

Name Andi Argueta Andria Aurand Danielle Barr Kaitlyn Bennett Kelly Crew Samantha Eitner Shelbey Farmer Donna-Kay Henry Kathleen Kent Crystal Mackezyk Taylor Mangrum Emma Mason Marlee Maynard Jordan Middleton Tayler Shelby Kelsey Swann Becca Smith Kerbi Towry Becky VanHorn Lauren Wilson

Pos Ht F 5-2 MF 5-3 D 5-11 MF/D 5-2 MF 5-2 D 5-6 D 5-3 F 5-3 D 5-3 MF 5-8 GK 5-7 F 5-1 MF 5-5 MF/D 5-0 D 5-5 MF 5-3 F 5-7 MF 5-0 F 5-3 MF 5-9

Yr.

Hometown/Previous School Fr. Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast HS So. Hixson, Tenn./Hixson HS Sr. Hixson, Tenn./Hixson HS Fr. Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Academy So. Brisbane, Australia/Tennessee Wesleyan So. Chattanooga, Tenn./Orange (Calif.) HS Fr. Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna HS Sr. Queens Village, N.Y./Roosevelt HS Jr. Hixson, Tenn./Tennessee Wesleyan Fr. Columbia, Tenn./Spring Hill HS So. Franklin, Tenn./Franklin HS Fr. Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna HS Fr. Franklin, Tenn./Page HS Jr. Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah HS So. Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor Jr. Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy HS Jr. Murfreesboro, Tenn./Riverdale HS So. Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel HS Fr. Marietta, Ga./Mount Paran Christian School Jr. Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central HS

Assistant Coach: Sam Stroud Athletic Trainer: Adam Chinery Student Assistant Athletic Trainer: Jessica Guadagno

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2011 Opponents

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Tennessee Tech

Friday • August 19 • 5 p.m. EDT Cookeville, Tennessee

Nickname.................................... Golden Eagles Colors........................................... Purple & Gold Conference....................................... Ohio Valley 2010 Record............................................. 4-12-1 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 2-5-1/8th Stadium/Cap.................... Tech Soccer Field/800 Head Coach................................. Daniel Brizard Series Record............... Chattanooga leads 10-4 SID Contact.................................. Kate Nicewicz Office Ph/Fax................. (931) 372-3293/6139 Email...............................knicewicz@tntech.edu Website.................................. www.ttusports.edu

Stetson

Friday • September 9 • 4:00 p.m. EDT Boiling Springs, North Carolina

Nickname................................................ Hatters Colors...............................Hunter Green & White Conference.......................................Atlantic Sun 2010 Record............................................. 8-11-1 2010 Conference/Finish............................. 4-5-1 Stadium/Cap................ Stetson Soccer Complex Head Coach..................................Julie Orlowski Asst. Coach.................................. Brittany Jones Series Record................................. First meeting SID Contact................................ Jesse Cazakoff Office Ph/Fax................. (386) 822-8131/8132 Email................................jcazakof@stetson.edu Website.................................www.gohatters.com

Elon

Sunday • September 25 • 2 p.m. EDT Elon, North Carolina

Nickname...............................................Phoenix Colors......................................... Maroon & Gold Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................. 12-8-1 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 6-5-0/5th Home Field/Cap......................... Rudd Field/500 Head Coach.......................................Chris Neal Assistant Coach............................. Stuart Horne Series Record.............................. Seires tied 4-4 SID Contact.........................................Dan Wyar Office Ph/Fax................. (336) 278-6634/6768 Email........................................dwyar@elon.edu Website............................www.elonphoenix.com

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Austin Peay

Sunday • August 21 • 2:00 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname...........................................Lady Govs Colors..............................................Red & White Conference........................................Ohio Valley 2010 Record............................................. 15-6-1 2010 Conference/Finish................... 4-3-1/T-2nd Stadium/Cap...................Morgan Bros. Field/500 Head Coach..................................... Kelley Guth Asst. Coaches............................Jeremy Sullivan Series Record..................Chattanooga leads 3-2 SID Contact................................Alaric Klinghard Office Ph/Fax................. (931) 221-7561/6562 Email................................ klingharda@apsu.edu Website.............................. www.letsgopeay.com

Jacksonville State

Sunday • September 11 • 1:00 p.m. EDT Boiling Springs, North Carolina

Gardner-Webb

Sunday • August 28 • 1:00 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname.............................................. Bulldogs Colors.............................................. Red & Black Conference.......................................... Big South 2010 Record............................................... 7-9-5 2010 Conference/Finish............................. 3-4-2 Stadium...........................Greene-Harbison Field Head Coach................................. Kevin Mounce Asst. Coach.....................................Sarah Currie Series Record...............................Series tied 1-1 SID Contact................................Saxon Simpson Office Ph/Fax................. (704) 406-3981/4739 Email............................. tba@gardner-webb.edu Website............................... www.gwusports.com

Alabama A&M

Friday • September 16 • 7:00 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname......................................... Gamecocks Colors..............................................Red & White Conference........................................Ohio Valley 2010 Record............................................. 3-14-1 2010 Conference/Finish............................. 1-7-0 Stadium/Cap............................ JSU Soccer Field Head Coach.......................... Julie Davis Carson Asst. Coach........................................ Andy Swift Series Record...... Jacksonville State leads 3-1-1 SID Contact................................... Tony Schmidt Office Ph/Fax.......................... (256) 689-8524 Email..................................... aschmidt@jsu.edu Website.................www.jsugamecocksports.com

Nickname.............................................. Bulldogs Colors..............................................Red & White Conference.............................Southwest Athletic 2010 Record............................................. 6-13-0 2010 Conference/Finish............................. 2-1-0 Stadium/Cap.......................... Lady Bulldog Field Head Coach...................................Frank Davies Asst. Coach.........................................Mike Latty Series Record...............................Series tied 2-2 SID Contact............................Oralia Washington Office Ph/Fax................. (256) 372-4550/5919 Email.................................. aamusi@yahoo.com Website.............................www.aamusports.com

The Citadel

College of Charleston

Nickname................................ Cadets, Bulldogs Colors.................................Citadel Blue & White Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................. 12-8-1 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 7-4-0/3rd Home Field.................Washington Light Infantry Head Coach...................................... Bob Winch Asst Coaches.... Jamie Stewart, Enrique Rodriguez Series Record.............. Chattanooga leads 6-2-1 SID Contact................................. Brian Gargone Office Ph/Fax................. (843) 953-5120/6727 Email.............................. bgargone@citadel.edu Website........................... www.citadelsports.com

Nickname...............................................Cougars Colors.........................................Maroon & White Conference............................................Southern 2010 Record............................................. 9-10-1 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 6-4-1/4th Stadium/Cap........................ Patriot’s Point/1,200 Head Coach............................... Kevin Dempsey Asst Coaches......Mike Barroqueiro, Sydney Strong Series Record................... Charleston leads 13-2 SID Contact........................................Nick Vlattis. Cell Ph/Fax.........................(843) 953-3683/6534 Email....................................vlattasan@cofc.edu Website................................ www.cofcsports.edu

Friday • September 30 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Sunday • October 2 • 2 p.m. EDT Chattanoga, Tennessee

Lipscomb

Friday • September 2 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname........................................ Lady Bisons Colors............................................Purple & Gold. Conference.......................................Atlantic Sun 2010 Record............................................. 4-14-0 2010 Conference/Finish................... 0-10-0/11th Stadium/Cap...... Lipscomb Soccer Complex/1,000 Head Coach.................................... John Ireland Assistant Coach..........................Babak Abouzar Series Record...............................Series tied 2-2. SID Contact.................................... Mark McGee Office Ph/Fax................. (615) 966-5862/1806 Email...................... mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu Website........................www.lipscombsports.com

UNC Greensboro

Friday • September 23 • 7 p.m. EDT Greensboro, North Carolina

Nickname..............................................Spartans Colors...................................Gold, White & Navy Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................. 19-2-1 2010 Conference/Finish......................11-0-0/1st Stadium/Cap..................... UNCG Stadium/3,540 Head Coach.................................. Steve Nugent Asst. Coaches.........Sandy Davison, Jamie Corti Series Record..... UNC Greensboro leads 11-3-1 SID Contact......................................... Phil Perry Office Ph/Fax................. (336) 334-5615/3182 Email....................................pdperry@uncg.com Website.......................... www.uncgspartans.com

Furman

Thursday • October 6 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname.............................................. Paladins Colors.......................................... Purple & White Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................... 9-8-3 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 4-4-3/6th Stadium/Cap...................... Stone Stadium/3,000 Head Coach.................................... Andrew Burr Asst. Coaches................................ April Raymer Series Record........................Furman leads 17-0 SID Contact................................. Jordan Caskey Office Ph/Fax................. (864) 294-3065/3061 Email....................... jordan.caskey@furman.edu Website....................... www.furmanpaladins.com


2011 Opponents • 2011 SoCon Tournament Wofford

Sunday • October 9 • 2 p.m. EDT Spartanburg, South Carolina

Nickname................................................ Terriers Colors.......................................Old Gold & Black Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................... 7-8-4 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 2-5-4/8th Stadium/Cap..........................Snyder Field/2,250 Head Coach.........................................Amy Kiah Assistant Coach................................ Ashley Kirk Series Record.....................Wofford leads 10-2-3 SID Contact................................... Ryan Bridges Office Ph/Fax................. (864) 597-4098/4129 Email..............................bridgesrs@wofford.edu Website.........................www.woffordterriers.com

Appalachian State

Sunday • October 16 • 1 p.m. EDT Boone, North Carolina

Nickname...................................... Mountaineers Colors............................................. Black & Gold Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................... 5-8-5 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 2-5-4/9th Stadium/Cap........ Appalachian Soccer Stadium/1,000 Head Coach..............................Sarah Strickland Asst. Coaches.........Hallie Briggs, Lindsay Cobb Series Record....Appalachian State leads 12-3-2 SID Contact................................Paul Blascovich Office Ph/Fax................. (828) 262-7166/6106 Email....................... blascovichpj@appstate.edu Website......................................www.goasu.com

Davidson

Sunday • October 23 • 2 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname.............................................. Wildcats Colors.............................................. Red & Black Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................... 6-8-6 2010 Conference/Finish....................... 2-4-5/7th Stadium/Cap.....................Alumni Stadium/2,000 Head Coach.................................... Greg Ashton Assistant Coach............................ Lindsey Boldt Series Record.................. Davidson leads 15-1-1 SID Contact.................................Gavin McFarlin Office Ph/Fax................. (704) 894-2123/2636 Email......................... gamcfarlin@davidson.edu Website.................... www.davidsonwildcats.com

Western Carolina

Friday • October 14 • 7 p.m. EDT Cullowhee, North Carolina

Nickname......................................... Catamounts Colors............................................ Purple & Gold Conference............................................Southern 2010 Record............................................. 5-10-4 2010 Conference/Finish..................... 2-6-3/10th Facility/Cap.............Catamount Athletic Complex/1,000 Head Coach...................................... Chad Miller Asst Coaches.................................Todd Herman Series Record........Western Carolina leads 7-2-3 SID Contact..................................Denise Gideon Office Ph/Fax..................(828) 227-2336/7688 Email............................ dgideon@email.wcu.edu Website..................... www.catamountsports.com

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

2010 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship First Round - Campus Sites: Oct. 30 Semifinals/Finals: Nov. 4, 6 UNCG Stadium UNCG Greensboro Greensboro, N.C.

Georgia Southern

Friday • October 21 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname................................................. Eagles Colors............................................. Blue & White Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................. 5-12-1 2010 Conference/Finish..................... 2-8-1/12th Facility/Cap................................. Eagle Field/500 Head Coach....................Lindsey Vanderspiegel Assistant Coach.......... Robert Lane/Erica Lippitt Series Record.......Georgia Southern leads 9-5-2 SID Contact.................................. AJ Henderson Office Ph/Fax................. (912) 478-5071/0046 Email...........ajhenderson@georgiasouthern.edu Website........... www.georgiasoutherneagles.com

Samford

Wednesday • October 26 • 7 p.m. Birmingham, Alabama

Nickname.............................................. Bulldogs Colors..............................................Red & White Conference........................................... Southern 2010 Record............................................. 13-6-3 2010 Conference/Finish...................... 8-2-1/2nd Stadium/Cap......................... Bulldog Field/1,000 Head Coach..................................... Todd Yelton Assistant Coach......... Jay Yelton, Sharon Young Series Record.........................Samford leads 5-1. SID Contact...................................Zac Schrieber Office Ph/Fax................. (205) 726-2802/2545 Email.............................. zdschrie@samford.edu Website.........................www.samfordsports.com

Oct. 30

Nov. 4

#1 Seed

Nov. 6

2011 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship

Match 1

#8 Seed #4 Seed

Match 5 Semifinal

Match 2

#5 Seed Championship

#2 Seed Match 3

#7 Seed #3 Seed

Match 6 Semifinal

Match 4

#6 Seed

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

2010 Game Results & Statistics

2010 GAME RESULTS Date Opponent

WL

Score Attend Goals scored

## Name

GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A

7

18-18

9

2

20

60

.150

30

.500

3

0-0

18 Becca Smith

17-12

3

3

9

36

.083

17

.472

1

0-0

3

19-17

2

1

5

23

.087

9

.391

0

0-0

20 Lauren Wilson

19-18

0

6

6

22

.000

8

.364

0

0-1

6

8/20

at Lipscomb

L

1-2

186

Kelly Downs (Hayley Sloan)

8/22

TENNESSEE TECH

W

2-1

482

Kerbi Towry (Kelsey Swann)

Donna-Kay Henry (A.Cusick) 8/27

vs MIAMI

L

1-2

75

8/29

at Austin Peay

L

0-2

237

9/5

at Alabama

L OT

1-2

604

9/10

at Gardner-Webb

L

0-1

275

9/12

vs USC Upstate

W

1-0

75

9/19

at Tennessee

L

0-8

600

*9/24 UNC GREENSBORO

L

2-5

123

Donna-Kay Henry (Anna Cusick) Kerbi Towry (Donna-Kay Henry) Becca Smith (Hayley Sloan) Becca Smith (Donna-Kay Henry)

Andria Aurand (Lauren Wilson) *9/26 ELON

W

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

3-2

147

Danielle Barr (Lauren Wilson)

Donna-Kay Henry (unassisted)

Donna-Kay Henry (Becca Smith)

*10/1 at The Citadel

L

0-2

114

*10/3 at Coll. of Charleston

L O2

1-2

169

*10/7 at Furman

L

0-1

602

*10/10 WOFFORD

T O2

2-2

382

Donna-Kay Henry (unassisted)

Donna-Kay Henry Kerbi Towry

19-18

1

1

3

18

.056

7

.389

0

0-0

22 Kelly Downs

Kelsey Swann

17-15

1

0

2

17

.059

6

.353

0

0-0

21 Hayley Sloan

19-16

0

2

2

13

.000

6

.462

0

0-0

8

Anna Cusick

18-17

1

2

4

11

.091

2

.182

0

0-0

4

Danielle Barr

19-19

2

0

4

8

.250

2

.250

0

0-0

10 Heather Trumbo

19-14

0

0

0

6

.000

2

.333

0

0-0

11 Jessica Mayo

15-0

0

0

0

5

.000

3

.600

0

0-0

15 Tayler Shelby

16-5

0

0

0

3

.000

1

.333

0

0-0

23 Sydney Dewberry

14-1

0

0

0

2

.000

2

1.000

0

0-0

17 Andria Aurand

13-0

1

0

2

2

.500

1

.500

0

0-0

16 Carissa Sanchez

9-1

0

0

0

1

.000

1

1.000

0

0-0

19 Morgan Murray

1-0

0

0

0

1

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

Taylor Mangrum

17-16

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

5

Serena Allen

19-19

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

1

Taylor Davidson

5-3

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

13 Samantha Eitner

3-0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

Donna-Kay Henry (B.Smith;K.Towry)

Total...............

19

20

17

57

228

.088

97

.425

4

0-1

Danielle Barr (Lauren Wilson)

Opponents...........

19

41

30 112

368

.111

188

.511

13

1-2

*10/15 WESTERN CAROLINA

T O2

1-1

279

Becca Smith (unassisted)

*10/17 APPALACHIAN STATE

L

1-3

233

Kelsey Swann (unassisted)

*10/22 at Georgia Southern

W

4-1

120

Anna Cusick (Lauren Wilson)

Donna-Kay Henry (Becca Smith)

Donna-Kay Henry (Lauren Wilson)

Donna-Kay Henry (Lauren Wilson)

*10/24 at Davidson

L

0-1

279

*10/27 SAMFORD

L

0-3

242

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|---GOAL AVERAGE---| Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Taylor Davidson 5-3 369:23 8 1.95 Taylor Mangrum 17-16 1377:19 32 2.09 Sydney Dewberry 1-0 25:31 1 3.53 Total............... 19 1772:13 41 2.08 Opponents........... 19 1772:13 20 1.02 Team saves: 0

|--SAVES--| Saves Pct 28 .778 118 .787 1 .500 147 .782 77 .794

|----RECORD----| W L T Sho 1 2 0 0 2 11 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 13 2 1 13 3 2 7


2010 Statistics

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer

Team Record

Individual Game Highs

Overall: 4-13-2 • Conference: 2-7-2 Home: 2-3-2 • Away: 1-9-0 • Neutral: 1-1-0

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Team Stats

POINTS 6 Donna-Kay Henry at Georgia Southern (Oct 22)

UTC OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 20-228 41-368 GOALS Goals scored per game 1.05 2.16 Shot pct. .088 .111 Shots on goal-Attempts 97-228 188-368 ASSISTS SOG pct. .425 .511 Shots/Game 12.0 19.4 Assists 17 30 CORNER KICKS 58 110 Goals off corners 6 2 PENALTY KICKS 0-1 1-2 PENALTIES Yellow cards 14 16 Red cards 2 2 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1888 7/270 2/75

3186 10/319

Team Stats by Period

4 Donna-Kay Henry vs Elon (Sep 26) 3 Donna-Kay Henry at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) 2 Donna-Kay Henry vs Elon (Sep 26) 3 Lauren Wilson at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) 1 Becca Smith at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) 1 Becca Smith vs Wofford (Oct 10) 1 Kerbi Towry vs Wofford (Oct 10) 1 Lauren Wilson vs Wofford (Oct 10) 1 Lauren Wilson vs Elon (Sep 26) 1 Becca Smith vs Elon (Sep 26) 1 Lauren Wilson vs UNC Greensboro (Sep 24)

1 Donna-Kay Henry vs UNC Greensboro (Sep 24)

1 Hayley Sloan vs USC Upstate (Sep 12)

1 Donna-Kay Henry at Alabama (Sep 05)

1 Anna Cusick vs MIAMI (Aug 27)

1 Anna Cusick vs Tennessee Tech (Aug 22)

1 Kelsey Swann vs Tennessee Tech (Aug 22)

GOALS BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 5 21

2nd 15 18

OT 0 1

OT2 0 1

Total 20 41

1 Hayley Sloan at Lipscomb (Aug 20)

SHOTS

9 Becca Smith vs Western Carolina (Oct 15)

SHOTS BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 91 178

2nd 124 170

OT 8 11

OT2 5 9

Total 228 368

8 Donna-Kay Henry at Lipscomb (Aug 20)

SAVES BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 72 29

2nd 66 44

OT 5 2

OT2 4 2

Total 147 77

5 Becca Smith vs Western Carolina (Oct 15)

4 Donna-Kay Henry at Georgia Southern (Oct 22)

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st Chattanooga 22 Opponents 52

2nd 34 56

OT 1 0

OT2 1 2

Total 58 110

SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES 18 Taylor Mangrum at Coll. of Charleston (Oct 03)

15 Taylor Mangrum at Tennessee (Sep 19)

Team Game Highs Chattanooga - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

12 8 4 3 4 3 32 25 12 11 18 16 9 7 17 14

at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) vs Elon (Sep 26) at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) vs Elon (Sep 26) at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) vs Wofford (Oct 10) vs Western Carolina (Oct 15) vs USC Upstate (Sep 12) vs Western Carolina (Oct 15) vs USC Upstate (Sep 12) at Coll. of Charleston (Oct 03) at Tennessee (Sep 19) vs USC Upstate (Sep 12) at Gardner-Webb (Sep 10) at Coll. of Charleston (Oct 03) at Furman (Oct 07)

Chattanooga - GAME LOWS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 2 2 0 3 0 0 4 5

at Austin Peay (Aug 29) at Gardner-Webb (Sep 10) at Tennessee (Sep 19) at The Citadel (Oct 01) at Furman (Oct 07) at Davidson (Oct 24) vs Samford (Oct 27) at Austin Peay (Aug 29) at Gardner-Webb (Sep 10) at Tennessee (Sep 19) at The Citadel (Oct 01) at Furman (Oct 07) at Davidson (Oct 24) vs Samford (Oct 27) at Austin Peay (Aug 29) at Gardner-Webb (Sep 10) at Tennessee (Sep 19) at The Citadel (Oct 01) at Coll. of Charleston (Oct 03) at Furman (Oct 07) vs Western Carolina (Oct 15) vs Appalachian State (Oct 17) at Davidson (Oct 24) vs Samford (Oct 27) at Davidson (Oct 24) vs MIAMI (Aug 27) vs MIAMI (Aug 27) at Tennessee (Sep 19) at Davidson (Oct 24) vs Samford (Oct 27) at Georgia Southern (Oct 22) at Tennessee (Sep 19) at Furman (Oct 07) at Alabama (Sep 05) at Austin Peay (Aug 29)

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Team Season Records Wins 1. 2004......12 2. 2003......10 3. 2002......10 4. 2005........8 5. 2009........7

Shutouts 1. 2003......... 8 2. 2002......... 7 3. 2004......... 7 4. 2005......... 6 5. 2009......... 5

Goals 1. 2004......51 2. 2003......39 3. 2009......30 2002......30 5. 1999......28

SOG 1. 2003....167 2. 2005....166 3. 2004....164 4. 2002....162 5. 2006....120

Assists 1. 2004......53 2. 2003......29 3. 2002......23 1999......23 5. 2009......18

Goals Ag’st 1. 2004....... 17 2. 2003....... 23 3. 2009....... 26 4. 2002....... 30 5. 2005....... 33

Points 1. 2004....155 2. 2003....107 3. 2002......83 4. 1999......79 5. 2009......78

GA Avg 1. 2004....0.92 2. 2003....1.16 3. 2002....1.52 4. 2009....1.58 5. 2005....1.72

Shots 1. 2005....364 2. 2003....357 3. 2002....339 4. 2004....329 5. 2006....254

Saves 1. 1996.....253 2. 1997.....196 3. 2006.....156 4. 1998.....155 5. 2010.....147

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Lady Mocs Soccer Record Book Individual Season Records

SCORING RECORDS Points 1. Diana Jallo, 2003......................33 2. Diana Jallo, 2004......................32 3. Becca Smith, 2009....................28 4. Brooke Crandall, 2003..............23 5. Donna-Kay Henry, 2009............22 Maya Peel, 2004.......................22 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2004..............22 8. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010............20 Dusty Griffy, 2002......................20 10. Meghan Chismark, 2004...........19 Brooke Crandall, 2001..............19 Goals 1. Diana Jallo, 2003......................16 2. Diana Jallo, 2004......................13 3. Becca Smith, 2009.................... 11 4. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010..............9 Donna-Kay Henry, 2009..............9 Brooke Crandall, 2003................9 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2004................9 Jolene Johnston, 1996................9 9. Donna-Kay Henry, 2008..............8 Dusty Griffy, 2002........................8 Brooke Crandall, 2001................8 Assists 1. Meghan Chismark, 2004...........13 2. Maya Peel, 2004.......................12 3. Lauren Wilson, 2010...................6 Becca Smith, 2009......................6 Amelie Fogelberg, 2003..............6 Tirza Ridgely, 2004.....................6 Diana Jallo, 2004........................6 8. Oddbjorg Haugen, 2000..............5 Diana Jallo, 2002........................5 Brooke Crandall, 2003................5

hots attempted S 1. Diana Jallo, 2003....................131 2. Diana Jallo, 2004......................94 3. Diana Jallo, 2005......................91 4. Nikki Brannen, 2006..................87 5. Becca Smith, 2009....................82 6. Brooke Crandall, 2003..............65 7. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010............60 Oddbjorg Haugen, 2001............60 9. Diana Jallo, 2002......................58 10. Donna-Kay Henry, 2009............56

Megan Chismark recorded five assists against South Carolina State on Sept. 5, 2004 tying her for second all-time in the NCAA for assists in a single game.

Donna-Kay Henry, a three-time AllConference performer, holds the UTC record for goals in a game with four vs. Georgia Southern and points with eight in the same game.

GOALKEEPING RECORDS Saves 1. Iva English, 1996....................253 2. Stacey Matthiessen, 2006.......146 3. Iva English, 1997....................134 4. Milla Junni, 2007.....................130 5. Allie Preston, 2008..................128 6. Taylor Mangrum, 2010............ 118 7. Rawlslyn Ray, 2000................103 8. Rawlslyn Ray, 2002................102 9. Rawlslyn Ray, 2001..................80 10. Iva English, 1998......................75 Goals against avg 1. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003......0.94 2. Stacey Matthiessen, 2004......1.00 3. Emily Cornett, 2005...............1.31 4. Rawlslyn Ray, 2002...............1.52 5. Taylor Davidson, 2009...........1.66 6. Stacey Matthiessen, 2005......1.83 7. Taylor Davidson, 2010...........1.95 Stacey Matthiessen, 2006......1.95 9. Taylor Mangrum, 2010...........2.09 10. Rawlslyn Ray, 2000...............2.18 Most shutouts 1. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003...........7 Rawlslyn Ray, 2002....................7 3. Taylor Davidson, 2009................4 Allie Preston, 2008......................4 Stacey Matthiessen, 2004...........4 Rawlslyn Ray, 2000....................4 7. Stacey Matthiessen, 2005...........3 8. Milla Junni, 2007.........................2 Rawlslyn Ray, 1999....................2 10. Five tied......................................1


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Individual Career Records SCORING (CAREER)

GOALKEEPING (CAREER)

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Diana Jallo (37g 13a), 2002-05.........................87 Donna-Kay Henry, (26g, 8a), 2008-10...............60 Elfa Erlingsdottir (22g 10a), 2002-05.................54 Brooke Crandall (17g 8a), 2001-03...................42 Maya Peel (11g 18a), 2003-05..........................40 Gretchen Cross (16g 7a), 1996-99....................39 Becca Smith (14g, 9a), 2009-10........................37 Pam Malinowski (12g 10a), 1999-02.................34 Carla Titizian (15g 3a), 1997-00........................33 Oddbjorg Haugen (9g 9a), 2000-01...................27

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Diana Jallo, 2002-05..........................................37 Donna-Kay Henry, 2008-10...............................26 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2002-05..................................22 Brooke Crandall, 2001-03..................................17 Gretchen Cross, 1996-99..................................16 Carla Titizian, 1997-00.......................................15 Becca Smith, 2009-10.......................................14 Jolene Johnston, 1996-97.................................13 Pam Malinowski, 1999-02..................................12 Maya Peel, 2003-05........................................... 11

Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. Sydney Dewberry, 2009..................................0.75 2. Emily Cornett, 2004-05...................................0.96 3. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003-05.........................1.23 4. Taylor Davidson, 2009....................................1.66 5. Taylor Mangrum, 2010....................................2.09 Rawlslyn Ray, 1999-02...................................2.09 7. Allie Preston, 2008..........................................2.41 KC Wolff, 1999................................................2.41 9. Courtney Woytowicz, 2001.............................2.46 10. Katie O’Donnell, 2003.....................................2.59

Assists 1. 2. 4. 7.

Maya Peel, 2003-05...........................................18 Meghan Chismark, 2004....................................13 Diana Jallo, 2002-05..........................................13 Pam Malinowski, 1999-02..................................10 Barbara Wallace, 1996-99.................................10 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2002-05..................................10 Becca Smith, 2009-10.........................................9 Tirza Ridgely, 2002-04.........................................9 Melyna Valdez, 2003-05......................................9 Oddbjorg Haugen, 2000-01.................................9

Most wins 1. Stacey Matthiessen (27-19-4), 2003-05............30 2. Rawlslyn Ray (10-17-2), 1999-02......................10 3. Taylor Davidson (7-8-1), 2009.............................7 4. Iva English (6-32-0), 1996-98..............................6 5. Allie Preston (5-14-1)...........................................5 6. Taylor Mangrum (4-12-2).....................................4 7. Milla Junni (2-12-2)..............................................2 KC Wolff (2-4-1), 1999.........................................2 9. Katie O’Donnell (1-2-0), 2003..............................1 Emily Cornett (1-0-0), 2004-05............................1

Shots attempted 1. Diana Jallo (37 goals), 2002-05.......................375 2. Elfa Erlingsdottir (22 goals), 2002-05..............167 3. Donna-Kay Henry, (26 goals), 2008-10...........165 4. Becca Smith (14 goals), 2009-10.................... 118 5. Melyna Valdez (7 goals), 2003-05................... 114 6. Gretchen Cross (16 goals), 1996-99...............109 7. Oddbjorg Haugen (9 goals), 2000-01..............108 8. Brooke Crandall (17 goals), 2001-03...............104 9. Carla Titizian (15 goals), 1997-00......................90 10. Pam Malinowski (12 goals), 1999-02.................84

Iva English (157 GA), 1996-98........................462 Stacey Matthiessen (61 GA), 2003-05.............356 Rawlslyn Ray (121 GA), 1999-02....................354 Milla Junni, (55 GA), 2007...............................130 Allie Preston (49 GA), 2008.............................128 Taylor Mangrum (32 GA), 2010....................... 118 KC Wolff (23 GA), 1999.....................................69 Taylor Davidson (25 GA), 2009..........................64 Wendie von Peters (25 GA), 1998,00................55 Jennifer Curtis (25 GA), 1997-98.......................55

Most shutouts 1. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003-05............................15 2. Rawlslyn Ray, 1999-02......................................14 3. Taylor Davidson, 2009.........................................4 3. Allie Preston, 2008...............................................4 4. Milla Junni, 2007..................................................2 5. Taylor Mangrum, 2010.........................................1 Emily Cornett, 2004-05........................................1 KC Wolff, 1999.....................................................1

PARTICIPATION (CAREER) Games played 1. Lisa Becht - 2002-05..........................................75 Diana Jallo - 2002-05.........................................75 3. Gretchen Cross - 1996-99.................................74 Barbara Wallace - 1996-99................................74 Ashley Meagher - 2001-04................................74 Elfa Erlingsdottir - 2002-05................................74 7. Carla Titizian - 1997-00.....................................71 Tiffany Gee - 1997-00........................................71 Autumn Long - 1997-00.....................................71 10. Chelsea Hurst - 2006-09....................................69 Serena Allen, 2007-10.......................................69

Games started 1. Lisa Becht - 2002-05..........................................75 Elfa Erlingsdottir - 2002-05................................75. 3. Ashley Meagher - 2001-04................................74 4. Gretchen Cross - 1996-99.................................73 Barbara Wallace - 1996-99................................73 6. Diana Jallo - 2002-05.........................................71 7. Chelsea Hurst - 2006-09....................................69 Serana Allen, 2007-10.......................................69 8. Charlene Shaughnessy - 1997-00.....................65 9. Marlee Jenkins, 2006-09...................................63

Team Game Records Most points 1. South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004.................38 2. at Elon; Oct 31, 2003........................................20 3. vs. USC Upstate; Sep 13, 2009........................18 4. at Alabama A&M; Sep 17, 2003........................17 5. Tennessee-Martin; Aug 27, 2004......................15 6. at The Citadel; Oct 03, 2004.............................15 7. Morehead State; Oct 07, 2001..........................15 8. Tennessee-Martin; 09/08/98.............................14 9. The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003.................................14 10. Wofford; Oct 31, 2004.......................................13 at Tennessee Tech; Sep 03, 2003....................13 Citadel; Sep 21, 2001.......................................13 Most goals 1. South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004.................13 2. vs. USC Upstate; Sep 13, 2009..........................8 3. at Elon; 10-31-03................................................7 4. at Alabama A&M; Sep 17, 2003..........................6 5. Tennessee-Martin; 09/08/98...............................5 at The Citadel; Oct 03, 2004...............................5 Morehead State; Oct 07, 2001............................5 The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003...................................5 at Tennessee Tech; Sep 03, 2003......................5 Citadel; Sep 21, 2001.........................................5 Most assists 1. South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004.................12 2. Tennessee-Martin; Aug 27, 2004........................7 3. at Elon; 10-31-03................................................6 4. at The Citadel; Oct 03, 2004...............................5 Morehead State; Oct 07, 2001............................5 Wofford; Oct 31, 2004.........................................5 at Alabama A&M; Sep 17, 2003..........................5

8.

at Georgia Southern, Oct. 22, 2010....................4 vs. USC Upstate; Sep 13, 2009..........................4 Tennessee Tech; Sep 13....................................4 Tennessee-Martin; 09/08/98...............................4 The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003...................................4 Tennessee Tech; Oct 12, 2004...........................4 Mercer University; Oct 22, 2002.........................4 Western Carolina; Sep 22, 2004.........................4

Most shots 1. South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004.................40 2. The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003.................................38 3. Citadel; Sep 30, 2005.......................................35 4. at Elon; 10-31-03..............................................33 Citadel; Sep 21, 2001.......................................33 6. Western Carolina, Oct. 15, 2010......................32 7. Davidson; Oct 05, 2003....................................31 East Tennessee St; Oct 16, 2003.....................31 at The Citadel; Oct 25, 2002.............................31 Arkansas State; Sep 11, 2005..........................31 Most saves 1. Davidson, Nov. 3, 1996.....................................34 2. Georgia State, Oct. 30, 1996............................21 3. Furman, Oct 12, 1996.......................................20 4. at College of Charleston, Oct. 3, 2010..............18 at Tennessee Aug. 30, 1996.............................18 at Georgia Southern, Oct. 19, 1996..................18 7. vs. Furman; Sep 24..........................................17 at Georgia State, Sept. 17, 1997......................17 at Davidson, Oct. 18, 1997...............................17 10. at Tennessee, Sept. 19. 2010...........................16 Tennessee, Sept. 1, 1997.................................16

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Individual Game Records Most points 8 points 1. Donna-Kay Henry; USC Upstats; Sep 13, 2009 7 points 2. Meghan Chismark; South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004 Melyna Valdez; at Tennessee Tech; Sep 03, 2003 6 points 4. Donna-Kay Henry; at Georgia Southern, Oct. 22, 2010 Becca Smith; at Tennessee Tech; Aug 28, 2009 Brooke Crandall, twice; last vs. The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003 Diana Jallo, twice; last vs. Tennessee-Martin; Aug 27, 2004 Elfa Erlingsdottir; South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004 Jolene Johnston; Jacksonville; Sep 22, 1996 5 points 10. Brooke Crandall; at Elon; Oct 31, 2003 Diana Jallo three times; last at Davidson; Oct 01, 2004 Dusty Griffy; Alabama A&M; Sep 03, 2002 Elfa Erlingsdottir; at Appalachian St.; Oct 22, 2004 Most goals 4 Goals 1. Donna-Kay Henry; vs. USC Upstate; Sep 13, 2009 3 Goals 2. Donna-Kay Henry, at Georgia Southern, Oct. 22, 2010 Becca Smith; at Tennessee Tech; Aug 28, 2009 Brooke Crandall; The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003 Diana Jallo twice; last vs. Tennessee-Martin; Aug 27, 2004 Elfa Erlingsdottir; South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004 Jolene Johnston; Jacksonville; Sep 22, 1996 2 Goals 8. Donna-Kay Henry; vs. Elon, Sept. 26, 2010 Cheslea Hurst; USC Upstate; Sep 13, 2009 Becca Smith; Appalachian State, Oct 2, 2009 Melyna Valdez, twice; last vs Tennessee Tech; Sep 13, 2006 Nikki Brannen; vs. Eastern Kentucky; Aug 27, 2006 Diana Jallo nine times; last vs. Appalachian St.; Oct 21, 2005 Elfa Erlingsdottir, twice; last vs. The Citadel; Sep 30, 2005 Bjork Gunnarsdottir; Arkansas State; Sep 11, 2005 Maya Peel; at The Citadel; Oct 03, 2004 Brooke Crandall three times; last at Elon; Oct 31, 2003 Dusty Griffy; Alabama A&M; Sep 03, 2002 Lena Thornquist; Morehead State; Oct 07, 2001 Gretchen Cross three times; last vs Nicholls St.; Sep 4, 1999 Carla Titizian, twice; last vs. Tennessee-Martin; Sep 8, 1998 Jolene Johnston, twice; last vs. Ala.-Huntsville; Sep 7,1997 Most assists 5 Assists (T2nd all-time in NCAA history) 1. Meghan Chismark; South Carolina State; Sep 05, 2004 3 Assists 2. Lauren Wilson; at Georgia Southern, Oct. 22, 2010 Becca Smith; Austin Peay; Sep 20, 2009 Melyna Valdez; at Tennessee Tech; Sep 03, 2003

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2 Assists 5. Marlee Jenkins; vs. Tennessee Tech; Sep 13, 2006 Chelsea Hurst; vs. Eastern Kentucky; Aug 27, 2006 Maya Peel, three times; last vs. Wofford; Oct 31, 2004 Tirza Ridgely, twice; last vs. Georgia Southern; Oct 15, 2004 Meghan Chismark; Tennessee-Martin; Aug 27, 2004 Amelie Fogelberg; at Elon; Oct 31, 2003 Sari Laukka; Mercer University; Oct 22, 2002 Brooke Crandall; Morehead State; Oct 07, 2001 Tanya Scalise; Alabama-Huntsville; Sep 7, 1997 Most shots 16 Shots 1. Diana Jallo; The Citadel; Oct 10, 2003 15 Shots 2. Diana Jallo; Davidson; Oct 05, 2003 13 Shots 3. Jallo, Diana; at Elon; Oct 31, 2003 12 Shots 4. Nikki Brannen; at The Citadel; Oct 25, 2006 11 Shots 5. Becca Smith; vs. Appalachian State; Oct 2, 2009 Nikki Brannen; vs. Eastern Kentucky; Aug 27, 2006 10 Shots 7. Diana Jallo, twice; last at Elon; Oct 16, 2005 Bjork Gunnarsdottir; UNC Greensboro; Oct 14, 2005 9 Shots 9. Becca Smith; vs. Western Carolina, Oct. 15, 2010 Becca Smith; at The Citadel; Sep 27, 2009 Diana Jallo, twice; last vs. Davidson; Sep 25, 2005 Bjork Gunnarsdottir; Arkansas State; Sep 11, 2005 Oddbjorg Haugen; Jacksonville State; Sep 23 2001 Pam Malinowski; Citadel; Sep 21, 2001 Jolene Johnston; Jacksonville; Sep 22, 1996 Most saves 34 Saves 1. Iva English; Davidson; 11/03/96 21 Saves 2. Iva English; Georgia State; 10/30/96 20 Saves 3. Iva English; Furman; 10/12/96 18 Saves 4. Taylor Mangrum; at Coll. of Charleston, Oct. 3, 2010 Iva English, twice; last at Georgia Southern; 10/19/96 17 Saves 6. Iva English, twice; last at Davidson; 10/18/97 15 Saves 7. Taylor Mangrum; at Tennessee, Sept. 19.2010 Stacey Matthiessein, twice; last at UNCG; Oct 6, 2006 Rawlslyn Ray; at Auburn; Sep 02, 2001 KC Wolff; at Davidson College; Sep 18, 1999 Iva English five times; last at Wofford; Sep 25, 1998

All-Time Series Records Opponent Alabama Alabama A&M Alabama-Birmingham Alabama-Huntsville Appalachian State Arkansas State Auburn Austin Peay Belmont Charleston Southern The Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Covenant College Davidson East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Elon Furman Gardner-Webb Georgia Southern Georgia State High Point Indiana State Jacksonville Jacksonville State Lincoln Memorial Lipscomb Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio) Middle Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi State Morehead State Murray State Nicholls State Radford Samford South Carolina State Southeast Louisiana Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Troy UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro USC-Upstate Vanderbilt Western Carolina Wofford

W-L-T 1-4 2-2 0-1 1-0 3-12-2 3-0 0-1 3-2 0-5 1-0 6-2-1 0-1 0-2 2-13 0-1 1-15-1 5-3-1 1-1-1 4-4 0-17 1-1 5-9-2 0-2 0-1-1 1-0 1-2 1-3-1 0-1 2-2 0-2 3-0 0-1 2-1-1 0-1 0-4 3-1 0-1 1-0 1-4 1-5 1-0 0-0-1 0-4 5-2-1 10-4 1-0 0-1 3-11-1 2-0 0-2 2-7-3 2-10-3

Meeting All-Time First Last Scoring 2001 2010 4-17 2002 2006 11-7 1996 1996 0-8 1997 1997 4-1 1996 2010 19-38 2002 2006 8-1 2001 2001 0-6 2002 2010 9-8 1997 2007 1-12 2005 2005 1-0 2001 2010 24-6 2005 2005 1-4 2002 2005 1-5 1996 2010 11-47 1996 1996 0-2 1996 2010 14-52 1997 2004 12-11 2006 2008 3-3 2003 2010 18-21 1996 2010 6-66 2009 2010 1-1 1996 2010 21-42 1996 1997 2-12 2007 2008 0-3 2000 2000 3-1 1996 2008 4-6 1999 2008 5-12 1997 1997 1-2 2007 2010 6-4 1997 1998 1-5 2002 2004 6-0 2010 2010 1-2 1996 1999 6-4 1998 1998 0-8 1996 2001 1-23 1999 2004 15-4 2000 2000 1-2 1999 1999 4-2 1996 1999 3-21 1998 2010 8-12 2004 2004 13-0 1999 1999 2-2 1996 2010 1-34 1998 2006 23-16 1997 2010 30-19 2002 2002 2-1 2007 2007 1-6 1997 2010 11-45 2009 2010 9-0 2001 2003 1-6 1999 2010 13-25 1997 2010 15-34


Conference Honors • All-Time Letterwinners 2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer SoCon Accolades All-Conference Selections First Team Donna-Kay “DK” Henry.................... 2010 Stacey Matthiessen.......................... 2006 Diana Jallo.............................. 2003, 2004 Elfa Erlingsdottir............................... 2003 Meghan Chismark............................ 2004 Second Team Elfa Erlingsdottir..................... 2002, 2005 Dusty Griffy....................................... 2002 Brooke Crandall................................ 2003 Meghan Chismark............................ 2004 Nikki Brannen................................... 2005 Donna-Kay “D.K.” Henry........ 2008, 2009 All-Freshman Team Becca Smith..................................... 2009 Coach-of-the-Year J.D. Kyzer......................................... 2003 SoCon All-Tournament Team Gretchen Cross.................................... 1996 Diana Jallo............................................ 2003 Maya Peel............................................ 2003 SoCon Player-of-the-Week Barbara Wallace................................... 1996 Dusty Griffy........................................... 2002 Diana Jallo............................................ 2003 Brooke Crandall.................................... 2003 Diana Jallo............................................ 2003 Diana Jallo............................................ 2004 Diana Jallo............................................ 2004 Meghan Chismark................................ 2004 Nikki Brannen....................................... 2006 Soccer America National Team of the Week Diana Jallo............................................ 2004 Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week Tirza Ridgely......................................... 2004 Maya Peel............................................ 2004 SoCon Athlete-of-the-Month Diana Jallo..........................September 2003 Diana Jallo..........................September 2004

All-Time Letterwinners AAAAA Katie Adams.......................................... 2003-04 Serena Allen........................................ 2007-010 Tori Ames............................................... 1996-97 Tiffin Ashworth.............................................1999 Andria Aurand..............................................2010 BBBBB Danielle Barr.......................................... 2008-10 Lizzy Barrett................................................2007 Lisa Becht.............................................. 2002-05 Cassie Bowman..........................................2007 Shannon Boyer...................................... 1997-98 Nikki Brannen........................................ 2005-06 CCCCC Elise Chapman........................ 1999-2000, 2002 Megan Chismark.........................................2004 Kristina Coombs................................2000, 2002 Emily Cornett......................................... 2004-05 Brooke Crandall..................................... 2001-03 Andre’a Crilly......................................... 1998-99 Gretchen Cross..................................... 1996-99 Erika Cupo............................................. 1997-98 Jennifer Curtis....................................... 1997-98 Anna Cusick.......................................... 2009-10 DDDDD Taylor Davidson..................................... 2009-10 Caroline DeRhodes............................... 2007-08 Sydney Dewberry.................................. 2009-10 Kelly Downs........................................... 2009-10 Tessa Drumsta...................................... 2003-06 Jennifer Duggan.................................... 2004-05 Jessica Dugger...................................... 2007-09 Katie Duignan..............................................2006 EEEEE Samantha Eitner..........................................2010 Iva English............................................. 1996-98 Elfa Erlingsdottir.................................... 2002-05 FFFFF Katie Finkle..................................................2008 Amelie Fogelberg.................................. 2002-03 Sara Francescon................................... 2007-09 Ida Marie Froseth........................................2005 GGGGG Tiffany Gee........................................ 1997-2000 Maria Giannotti.................................. 1998-2001 Sienna Greenwell.................................. 1996-97 Dusty Griffy............................................ 2002-03 Bjork Gunnarsdottir.....................................2005

HHHHH Kristen Hale.................................................2007 Kelly Hannifin........................................ 2003-04 Oddbjorg Haugen.................................. 2000-01 Eva Havaris.................................................1998 Brianna Heffington................................. 2000-01 Chiemi Heil..................................................2007 Donna-Kay “DK” Henry......................... 2008-10 Sara Howell........................................... 2004-05 Chelsea Hurst........................................ 2006-09 JJJJJ Diana Jallo............................................. 2002-05 Marlee Jenkins...................................... 2006-09 Macy Johnson.............................................2008 Rachel Johnson...........................................2009 Jolene Johnston.................................... 1996-97 Tiffany Jolly............................................ 2006-07 Milla Junni...................................................2006 KKKKK Stephanie Krush..........................................2007 LLLLL Whitney Landram........................................2006 Amanda Lane........................................ 1997-99 Arielle Lankford..................................... 2006-09 Sari Laukka........................................... 2001-02 Abby Lee........................................... 1998-2001 Autumn Long..................................... 1997-2000 Whitney Lowe..............................................2007 Valerie Lozano....................................... 1996-97 MMMMM Jessica Mack......................................... 2004-06 Susanne Mader..................................... 2008-09 Pam Malinowski................................ 1999-2002 Taylor Mangrum...........................................2010 Stacey Matthiessen............................... 2003-06 Jessica Mayo...............................................2010 Ann McBride................................................1997 Ashley Meagher.................................... 2001-04 Mary Lauren Mesich.......................... 1998-2000 Jordan Middleton.........................................2008 Katie Mincy..................................................2004 Morgan Murray............................................2009 NNNNN Whitney Nave..............................................1997 OOOOO Laura O’Dowd....................................... 2000-02 Tina Odembo......................................... 2007-09 PPPPP Katie Page...................................................2007

Maya Peel............................................. 2003-06 Jill Picaut.....................................................2001 Allie Preston................................................2008 RRRRR Rawlslyn Ray..................................... 1999-2002 Jessica Reed..................................... 1999-2001 Shelby Reynolds................................... 2004-05 Katarina Rheinheimer..................................2008 Amanda Richardson....................................1997 Tirza Ridgely.......................................... 2003-04 Kris Rubi......................................................2007 SSSSS Nicole Sampier...................................... 2001-02 Carissa Sanchez.........................................2010 Tanya Scalise..............................................1997 Allie Scales............................................ 2008-09 Amber Scealf...............................................2009 Amy Schermerhorn............................... 2005-08 Charlene Shaughnessy..................... 1997-2000 Tayler Shelby......................................... 2009-10 Morgan Shelton...........................................2008 Brandie Skipworth.......................................2006 Hayley Sloan......................................... 2009-10 Becca Smith.......................................... 2009-10 Jennifer Smith.............................................1998 Elizabeth Southall........................................2006 Emily Stack..................................................2005 Jennifer Strasser................................... 1996-97 Lauren Stewart...................................... 2007-08 Kelsey Swann........................................ 2009-10 TTTTT Lena Thornquist..................................... 2001-02 Carla Titizian...................................... 1997-2000 Kerbi Towry..................................................2010 Heather Trumbo.................................... 2009-10 VVVVV Melyna Valdez....................................... 2003-06 Dana Van Winkle.........................................2002 Tiffany Vanek...............................................1997 Erika von Peters.................................... 1996-99 WWWWW Erin Walker..................................................1998 Makini Wall..................................................1999 Barbara Wallace.................................... 1996-99 Susan Ward........................................... 2004-05 Faith Webster........................................ 1998-99 Jennifer Wilson...................................... 2004-06 Lauren Wilson....................................... 2009-10 K.C. Wolff....................................................1999 Courtney Woytowicz....................................2001

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All-Time Results

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Linda Whitehead: 1996-1999 Overall Record: 11-54-3 SoCon: 1-30-1 1996: Record: 2-16; SoCon: 0-8 Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 at Tennessee L, 0-7 Sept. 5 Alberta (exh) L, 0-8 Sept. 8 Middle Tennessee St. W, 3-2 Sept. 14 *at Furman L, 0-6 Sept. 17 *at Appalachian St. L, 0-1 Sept. 20 at Covenant College L, 0-2 Sept. 22 Jacksonville W, 4-1 Sept. 24 *Georgia Southern L, 1-6 Sept. 27 at Radford L, 1-9 Oct. 6 *at Davidson L, 0-6 Oct. 12 *Furman L, 2-4 Oct. 16 at Mississippi St. L, 0-7 Oct. 19 *at Georgia Southern L, 0-3 Oct. 20 College of Charleston L, 0-4 Oct. 23 *Appalachian St. (OT) L, 2-3 Oct. 27 at UAB L, 0-8 Oct. 30 Georgia State L, 1-7 Nov. 3 *Davidson L, 0-6 Nov. 8 !at Appalachian St. L, 2-6 *SoCon game; ! SoCon playoffs 1997: Record: 3-16-1; Overall: 1-6 Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 Memphis L, 0-1 Sept. 1 Tennessee L, 0-9 Sept. 5 Tennessee Tech W, 2-1 Sept. 7 Alabama-Huntsville W, 4-1 Sept. 10 at Middle Tennessee St T, 1-1 Sept. 13 *Furman L, 0-3 Sept. 17 at Georgia St. L, 1-5 Sept. 21 Mississippi St. L, 0-6 Sept. 26 Radford L, 0-6 Sept. 28 *Wofford L, 0-4 Oct. 3 at Jacksonville L, 0-2 Oct. 7 at Belmont L, 1-5 Oct. 11 *East Tennessee St. W, 2-1 Oct. 14 Lincoln Memorial L, 1-2 Oct. 17 *at UNC Greensboro L, 0-8

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Oct. 18 *at Davidson L, 0-6 Oct. 22 *# at Appalachian St. L, 1-2 Oct. 25 *at Georgia Southern L, 2-3 Oct. 26 at College of Charleston L, 0-9 Oct. 28 !at Wofford L, 0-3 *SoCon game; # at Finley Stadium; !SoCon playoffs 1998: Record: 1-16; SoCon: 0-8 Date Opponent Result Sept. 1 at Tennessee L, 1-5 Sept. 4 at Memphis L, 1-4 Sept. 5 at Mississippi L, 0-8 Sept. 8 Tennessee-Martin W, 5-1 Sept. 15 Middle Tennessee St. L, 0-1 Sept. 17 Tennessee Tech L, 1-2 Sept. 20 *UNC Greensboro L, 0-5 Sept. 23 Belmont L, 0-1 Sept. 25 *at Wofford L, 0-4 Sept. 27 *Georgia Southern L, 0-11 Sept. 29 at Samford (OT) L, 2-3 Oct. 3 *at East Tennessee St. L, 0-3 Oct. 4 at Radford L, 0-5 Oct. 11 *College of Charleston L, 2-4 Oct. 14 *at Appalachian St. L, 1-5 Oct. 18 *Davidson L, 0-3 Oct. 31 *at Furman L, 0-5 *SoCon game; All home games played at Finley Stadium 1999: Record: 5-12-2; SoCon: 0-8-1 Date Opponent Result Sept. 1 at Jacksonville St L, 0-3 Sept. 4 vs. Nicholls St W, 4-2 Sept. 5 at Southeast Louisiana T, 2-2 Sept. 9 at Tennessee Tech W, 3-0 Setp. 12 *Wofford L, 1-2 Sept. 14 at Belmont L, 0-3 Sept. 18 *at Davidson L, 0-2 Sept. 19 *at UNC Greensboro L, 0-4 Sept. 21 Samford W, 2-0 Sept. 25 *at Western Carolina L, 1-2 Sept. 28 *Appalachian St. (2OT) L, 2-3 Oct. 1 *at College ofCharleston L, 0-4 Oct. 3 *at Georgia Southern L, 2-4 Oct. 8 *Furman L, 0-8 Oct. 16 Radford L, 0-1

Oct. 22 at Tennessee-Martin L, 1-2 Oct. 24 *East Tennessee St. T, 2-2 Oct. 27 at Middle Tennessee St. W, 2-0 Oct. 30 ^Morehead St. W, 6-1 *SoCon game; All home games played at Finley Stadium; ^played at Hixson High School

J.D. Kyzer, 2000-present Overall Record: 130-140-19 School Overall: 71-110-16 SoCon: 32-70-12

Sept. 30 *at Georgia Southern L, 0-1 Oct. 4 *at Western Carolina L, 0-4 Oct. 7 Morehead St. W, 5-1 Oct. 9 at Tennessee-Martin (OT) W, 3-2 Oct. 12 *Davidson (OT) L, 1-2 Oct. 14 *UNC Greensboro L, 1-3 Oct. 19 *at Furman L, 1-7 Oct. 21 *at Wofford L, 0-1 Oct. 23 at Tennessee Tech L, 0-2 Oct. 26 *Appalachian State L, 0-1 Oct. 28 *East Tennessee St. W, 2-0 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium

2000: Record: 6-9-1; SoCon:1-7-1 Date Opponent Result Aug. 27 at Morehead St. W, 3-0 Sept. 9 at Radford W, 2-0 Sept. 16 vs. Indiana St. W, 3-1 Sept. 17 at Murray St. L, 1-2 Sept. 22 *at Davidson L, 0-3 Sept. 24 *at UNC Greensboro L, 0-5 Sept. 29 *Furman L, 1-4 Oct. 1 *Wofford L, 1-6 Oct. 6 *at East Tennessee St. W, 1-0 Oct. 8 *at Appalachian St. L, 0-2 Oct. 11 Tennessee Tech W, 2-0 Oct. 15 *Western Carolina (2OT) T, 1-1 Oct. 20 *College of Charleston L, 0-2 Oct. 22 *Georgia Southern L, 0-5 Oct. 24 Tennessee-Martin W, 6-1 Oct. 29 at Mississippi St. L, 1-7 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium

2002: Record: 10-8-1; Socon: 3-6-1 Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 Austin Peay W, 3-0 Sept. 3 Alabama A&M W, 3-0 Sept. 6 at Alabama L, 0-3 Sept. 8 Troy St. W, 2-1 Sept. 15 Arkansas St. W, 3-0 Sept. 20 *College of Charleston W, 3-0 Sept. 27 *at Davidson L, 2-6 Sept. 29 *at UNC Greensboro W, 2-0 Oct. 5 *Georgia Southern L, 1-2 Oct. 11 *Furman L, 0-5 Oct. 13 *Wofford L, 0-3 Oct. 18 *at Appalachian St. (2OT) T, 0-0 Oct. 20 *at East Tennessee St. L, 1-2 Oct. 22 Mercer W, 3-0 Oct. 25 *at The Citadel W, 2-1 Oct. 27 at Coastal Carolina L, 0-2 Oct. 30 *Western Carolina L, 1-2 Nov. 1 Tennessee-Martin W, 3-2 Nov. 3 Tennessee Tech W, 1-0 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium

2001: Overall: 4-13-1; SoCon: 2-8-0 Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 at Vanderbilt L, 0-4 Sept. 2 at Auburn L, 0-6 Sept. 9 Alabama L, 1-6 Sept. 21 *The Citadel W, 5-1 Sept. 23 Jacksonville St. (2OT) T, 2-2 Sept. 25 Mississippi St. L, 0-3 Sept. 28 *at College of Charleston L, 1-2

2003: Overall: 10-6-3; SoCon: 6-2-3 Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 Samford L, 1-2 Sept. 3 at Tennessee Tech W, 5-3 Sept. 6 Vanderbilt L, 1-2 Sept. 9 at Jacksonville St L, 0-2 Sept. 14 at Mercer W, 2-0 Sept. 17 at Alabama A&M W, 6-0 Sept. 25 *at Western Carolina W, 2-1


All-Time Results Sept. 28 *at Wofford T, 0-0 Oct. 3 *at College of Charleston L, 0-3 Oct. 5 *Davidson T, 0-0 Oct. 10 *The Citadel W, 5-0 Oct. 12 *at Furman L, 2-4 Oct. 16 *East Tennessee St W, 1-0 Oct. 19 *at Georgia Southern W, 2-0 Oct. 23 *UNC Greensboro W, 1-0 Oct. 26 *Appalachian St T, 1-1 Oct. 31 *at Elon W, 7-1 Nov. 6 !vs. East Tennessee St W, 3-1 Nov. 7 !vs. Furman L, 0-3 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium; !SoCon playoffs, Greensboro, N.C. 2004: Record: 12-5-1 SoCon: 7-3-1 Date Opponent Result Aug. 27 Tennessee-Martin W, 4-1 Sept. 2 Mercer W, 1-0 Sept. 5 South Carolina St. W, 13-0 Sept. 12 at Alabama W, 2-0 Sept. 19 at Morehead St. L, 1-2 Sept. 22 *Western Carolina W, 3-0 Sept. 26 *College of Charleston W, 3-2 Oct. 1 *at Davidson W, 4-0 Oct. 3 *at The Citadel W, 5-0 Oct. 8 *Furman L, 0-1 Oct. 10 *at East Tennessee St. L, 0-2 Oct. 12 Tennessee Tech W, 4-3 Oct. 15 *Georgia Southern W, 2-0 Oct. 17 *at UNC Greensboro (2OT) T, 1-1 Oct. 22 *at Appalachian St. W, 3-1 Oct. 24 *Elon L, 0-1 Oct. 31 *Wofford W, 4-0 Nov. 4 !Davidson L, 1-2 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium !SoCon playoffs 2005: Record: 8-11-0; SoCon 5-5-0 Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 at Clemson L, 1-4 Aug. 31 at UT-Martin L, 0-6 Sept. 2 1-v. Charleston Southern W, 1-0 Sept. 4 1-at Coastal Carolina L, 1-3 Sept. 8 at Tennessee Tech L, 2-3 Sept. 11 Arkansas St. W, 3-0

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer Sept. 13 Jacksonville St. W, 2-1 Sept. 16 Alabama A&M L, 1-2 Sept. 25 *Davidson (2OT) L, 0-1 Sept. 30 *The Citadel W, 4-0 Oct. 2 *at Furman L, 0-2 Oct. 9 *at Georgia Southern W, 2-0 Oct. 14 *UNC Greensboro W, 1-0 Oct. 16 *at Elon W, 2-1 Oct. 21 *Appalachian St. W, 3-0 Oct. 23 *at Western Carolina L, 0-2 Oct. 28 *at Wofford (2OT) L, 0-1 Oct. 30 *at College of Charleston L, 0-5 Nov. 3 !v. UNC Greensboro L, 0-2 *SoCon game; Home games at North River Soccer Complex; 1-Big South Challenge, Conway, S.C.; !SoCon playoffs. 2006: Record: 3-11-3; SoCon 0-8-2 Date Opponent Result Aug. 25 at Arkansas St. W, 2-1 Aug. 27 Eastern Kentucky W, 3-1 Sept. 3 UT-Martin TO2, 1-1 Sept. 6 Belmont L, 0-2 Sept. 10 *at Applachian St. L, 0-2 Sept. 13 Tennessee Tech W, 3-0 Sept. 17 at Austin Peay L, 1-3 Sept. 21 at Alabama A&M L, 5-1 Sept. 24 *Furman L, 0-2 Oct. 1 *Georgia Southern L, 0-1 Oct. 6 *at UNC Greensboro L, 1-3 Oct. 8 *Elon L, 2-3 Oct. 15 *Western Carolina L, 0-1 Oct. 20 *Wofford TO2, 1-1 Oct. 22 *at College of Charleston L, 1-4 Oct. 25 *at The Citadel TO2, 1-1 Oct. 29 *at Davidson L, 4-1 *SoCon game; Home games at North River Soccer Complex. 2007: Record: 2-12-2; 2-7-1 SoCon Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 at Belmont L, 0-1 Sept. 6 at Tennessee Tech L, 1-4 Sept. 9 Alabama A&M Cancelled Sept. 11 at Eastern Kentucky TO2, 0-0 Sept. 14 Lipscomb L, 0-1 Sept. 21 at High Point L, 0-3

Sept. 23 at UNC Asheville L, 1-6 Sept. 30 *at Georgia Southern TO2, 2-2 Oct. 4 *UNC Greensboro L, 1-4 Oct. 7 *at Elon L, 1-7 Oct. 12 *Appalachian St. L, 0-5 Oct. 14 *at Western Carolina L, 1-6 Oct. 19 *at Wofford W, 2-0 Oct. 21 *College of Charleston L, 0-3 Oct. 26 *The Citadel WO2, 2-1 Oct. 28 *Davidson L, 0-4 Nov. 1 *at Furman L, 0-8 *SoCon game; Home games at North River Soccer Complex. 2008: Record: 5-14-1; 2-9-0 SoCon Date Opponent Result Aug. 22 #13 Tennessee L, 0-5 Aug. 29 High Point T02, 0-0 Aug. 31 Eastern Kentucky L, 0-2 Sept. 5 at Austin Peay W, 1-0 Sept. 7 at Lipscomb W, 3-1 Sept. 14 at Jacksonville St. L, 1-4 Sept. 17 Tennessee Tech W, 1-0 Sept. 19 $at Alabama L, 0-5 Sept. 21 $vs. Jacksonville L, 0-3 Sept. 26 *UNC Greensboro L, 1-4 Sept. 28 *Elon W, 2-1 Oct. 3 *at Georgia Southern LOT, 1-2 Oct. 5 *at Davidson L, 0-5 Oct. 10 *Wofford L, 2-4 Oct. 12 *at Furman L, 0-2 Oct. 17 *The Citadel W, 2-0 Oct. 19 *College of Charleston L, 0-2 Oct. 24 *at Western Carolina L, 0-2 Oct. 26 *at Appalachian St. L, 1-2 Oct. 30 *at Samford L, 2-4 *SoCon game; Home games at North River Soccer Complex; $Crimson Tide Classic, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2009: Record: 7-8-1; 2-8-1 SoCon Date Opponent Result Aug. 28 at Tennessee Tech W, 3-0 Sept. 4 Lipscomb W, 2-0 Sept. 11 $at Gardner-Webb WO2, 1-0 Sept. 13 $vs. USC Upstate W, 8-0 Sept. 20 Austin Peay W, 4-3

Sept. 25 *at College of Charleston L, 0-1 Sept. 27 *at The Citadel L, 0-1 Oct. 2 *Appalachian St. WOT, 2-1 Oct. 4 *Western Carolina TO2, 3-3 Oct. 8 *at Wofford L, 2-3 Oct. 11 *Furman L, 0-1 Oct. 16 *at Elon L, 1-5 Oct. 18 *at UNC Greensboro L, 0-1 Oct. 23 *Davidson L, 2-4 Oct. 25 *Georgia Southern WOT, 1-0 Oct. 29 *Samford L, 1-3 *SoCon game; Home games at North River Soccer Complex; $Border Classic, Boiling Springs, N.C. 2010: Record: 4-13-2; 2-7-2 SoCon Date Opponent Result Aug. 20 at Lipscomb L, 1-2 Aug. 22 Tennessee Tech W, 2-1 Aug. 27 $ vs. Miami (Ohio) L, 1-2 Aug. 29 $ at Austin Peay L, 0-2 Sept. 5 at Alabama LOT, 1-2 Sept. 10 # at Gardner-Webb L, 0-1 Sept. 12 # vs. USC Upstate W, 1-0 Sept. 19 at Tennessee L, 0-8 Sept. 24 *UNC Greensboro L, 2-5 Sept. 26 *Elon W, 3-2 Oct. 1 *at The Citadel L, 0-2 Oct. 3 *at Coll. of Charleston LO2, 1-2 Oct. 7 *at Furman L, 0-1 Oct. 10 *Wofford TO2, 2-2 Oct. 15 *Western Carolina TO2, 1-1 Oct. 17 *Appalachian State L, 1-3 Oct. 22 *at Georgia Southern W, 4-1 Oct. 24 *at Davidson L, 0-1 Oct. 27 *Samford L, 0-3 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium; $Austin Peay Invitational, Clarksville, Tenn. #Border Classic, Boiling Springs, N.C

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2011 Chattanooga Mocs Soccer The Southern Conference, which began its 91st season of intercollegiate competition in 2011, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.

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Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke

The Southern Conference was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, Chattanooga, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Western Carolina and Wofford. Coaches and Administrators The Southern Conference has also been a breeding ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators. Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of North Carolina State

both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. Lefty Driesell coached Davidson to three Southern Conference Tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach of the Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach of the Year honors three times in the late ’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State and is now the head coach at the College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons from 1970-72 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1970. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. He also served as president of the International Association Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. The legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. Another famous Southern Conference football coach is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. The incomparable Howard won 69 Southern Conference games. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in recent years. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy directed William & Mary from 1964-68. He was succeeded at William & Mary by Lou Holtz. William & Mary competed in the Southern Conference from 193677.



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