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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Quick Kicks Preferred Name............................................................................................. Chattanooga or UTC Location.................................................................................................. Chattanooga, Tennessee Founded................................................................................................................................ 1886 Enrollment.......................................................................................................................... 11,438 Nickname............................................................................................................................. 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 Interim Athletics Director......................................................................................... Laura Herron Alma Mater, year....................................................................................West Georgia, 1991 Faculty Athletics Representative...................................................................... Dr. Debbie Ingram 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)...................................................................................77-117-18 (12 yrs) Career record (years)......................................................................................136-147-21 (17 yrs) Assistant Coach...........................................................................................................Sam Stroud Alma Mater...................................................................................................... Auburn, 2004 Soccer office phone.................................................................................................423-425-2102 Best time to reach Coach Kyzer............................................................................... Call SID office 2011 Review/2012 Outlook Overall Record.....................................................................................................................6-10-2 Conference Record/Finish............................................................................................1-9-1/11th Returning Starters/Lost............................................................................................................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................................................................13/7 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..................................................................................................................... Tyler Brown Director of Creative Services....................................................................................Owen Seaton Assistant Director/MocsVision........................................................................................ Leah Gill 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

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts/Postseason Information...................... 1 Media Information................................................. 2 GoMocs.com.......................................................... 3 MOCS Success..................................................... 4-5 The University........................................................ 6 Chattanooga - The Scenic City................................ 7 Academics/Lawson Center..................................... 8 Sports Medicine..................................................... 9 University Chancellor........................................... 10 Director of Athletics............................................. 11 Athletics Administration....................................... 12 Community........................................................... 13 Head Coach.......................................................... 14 Assistant Coach.................................................... 15 2012 Rosters......................................................... 16 Chattanooga Seniors........................................ 17-21 Chattanooga Veterans..................................... 22-26 Chattanooga Newcomers................................ 26-31 2012 Opponents.............................................. 32-33 2012 SoCon Tournament Bracket......................... 33 2011 Statistics................................................. 34-35 UTC Soccer Record Book................................. 36-38 UTC Accolades/Letterwinners.............................. 39 All-time Results............................................... 40-41 Mocs Mission....................................................... 42 What’s a Moc?...................................................... 43 The Southern Conference..................................... 44 POSTSEASON INFORMATION SoCon Tournament The 2012 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship will take place on Friday, November 2nd and Sunday, November 4th in Birmingham, Ala. The 19th annual Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship will be held at the Samford Track & Soccer Stadium. The Quarterfinals (First Round) will be hosted by the top four seeds on Sunday, October 28th. Those games will determine who advances to the Semifinals in Birmingham, Ala. NCAA Tournament The 2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship will be hosted by the University of San Diego at Torero Stadium in San Diego, California. The semifinals will be November 30 and the final on December 2. Early round play will be held on campus sites.

CREDITS The 2012 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 Tyler Brown. Photos by WG Sports Photography, Dale Rutemeyer, Mark Gowan, Tim Cowie and David Humber. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution. Publication # E048502-001-12

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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 Chattanooga Times Free Press Jay Greeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress. com) 423-757-6900 www.timesfreepress.com Associated Press Teresa Walker (twalker@ ap.org) 800-453-1282 www.ap.org The University Echo 423-425-4298 www.utcecho.com TELEVISION STATIONS WDEF 12 (CBS) Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com) Webb Wright (wwright@wdef.com) 423-785-1278 www.wdef.com WRCB 3 (NBC) Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com) Paul Shahen (pshahen@wrcbtv.com) 423-266-5039 www.wrcbtv.com WTVC 9 (ABC) Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9.com) Dave Staley (dave@newschannel9.com) 423-757-7332 www.newschannel9.com

RADIO STATIONS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) Jim Gumm - Afternoon Host (jimgumm.blitz@yahoo.com) WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk Scott McMahen - co-Host (quake.sporttalk@wgow.com) www.wgow.com 423-756-6141 Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM Chris Goforth - Host (cgoforth@wdefradio.com) www.foxsportschattanooga. com 423-321-6207 WDYN 89.7 FM 423-493-4382 ONLINE Chattanoogan.com John Wilson (news@chattanoogan.com) 423-266-2325 B.B. Branton (william.branton@chattanoogan.com) 706-820-2794 Chattanooga, TN Nooga.com Michael Murphy (michael.murphy@nooga.com) 615-478-2481 Chattanooga, TN

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT CHATTANOOGA ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE MAILING ADDRESS Athletics Communication Office Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga 615 McCallie Ave. Dept. 3503 Chattanooga, TN 37403 SHIPPING ADDRESS 720 East Fourth Street Room 132, McKenzie Arena Chattanooga, TN 37403 Jay Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Office - (423) 425-5292 Cell - (423) 598-6953 jay-blackman@utc.edu

Anne Wehunt Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-4618 Cell - (423) 933-5764 anne-wehunt@utc.edu

Jim Horten Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

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Tyler Brown Fax - (423) 425-4610 Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (931) 235-1378 tyler-brown@mocs.utc.edu


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER INTRODUCING THE NEW

GET ACCESS TO Live and On Demand video News and stories Schedules, scores, Team bios and rosters Photos Merchandise And Tickets

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MOCS SUCCESS

ACADEMICALLY, ATHLETICALLY & SOCIALLY ATHLETICALLY

Over the last six years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 22 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 2011-12. • Three SoCon Team Championships • Seven Teams Represented in the Postseason • Three All-Americans • One Academic All-American • Two Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Three Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • One Southern Conference Coach of the Year • Seven SoCon Individual Champions • 36 All-SoCon Performers

All-American Michelle Fuzzard was the SoCon All-American Stephan Jeager won the SoCon Player of the Year and the SoCon Female Athlete Title, was the SoCon Golfer of the Year and won the NCAA Regional in 2012. of the Year in 2011-12.

Jordan Britt led the Mocs to their third straight Nick Soto was the 2012 SoCon Champion at Kaylene Chadwell went 23-9 in 2012 and was named the SoCon Freshman of the Year. SoCon trophy and was individual medalist at 133 and the SoCon Freshman of the Year. the SoCon Tournament.

Terrell Robinson was the 2011 SoCon Fresh- Lucas Cotter posted a school-record time of Becca Smith lead the SoCon in scoring with 37 man of the Year after an outstanding rookie 8:10.28 on his way to winning the 2012 SoCon points on 16 goals and five assists. She was Indoor 3000M title. also a Capital One Academic All-District pick. campaign under center.

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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 seven of the last eight terms, culminating with a school-record-tying 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 six semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in the spring. • Men’s cross country led the nation with a 3.81 g.p.a. and the women were fifth with a 3.73.

Chris Berry became the 13th Moc in school Maria Juliana Loza won the Dayle May Award history to be named Capital One Academic All- for the highest g.p.a. among the female senior American by CoSIDA. athletes at UTC.

Sara Poteat was a member of the Capital One Christina Teter made the Capital One Academ- Brandon Wright won the SoCon Title at 165 Academic All-District team and was on the ic All-District team and was on the SoCon All- and was one the Academic All-SoCon and AcNFCA All-Region team. Academic squad. ademic All-NWCA teams.

SOCIALLY The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes, coaches and staff logged over 1,800 hours volunteering in the community over the last year at events such as canned food drives, the Freshman MoveIn, Bloodanooga, Clean and Green and Read Across America. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. UTC student-athletes also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2012 Southern Scuffle.

Members of the Mocs wrestling team helped The Lady Mocs hosted their second-annual Girls out at the Ronald McDonald House Move-In Scouts Sports-A-Thon in Maclellan Gym in FebruDay. ary.

Jackson Tresnan and members of the men’s Volleyball student-athlete Meagan Ernd reads Members of the women’s basketball team joined tennis team visited with veterans at the VA to elementary school kids on “Read Across a number of Mocs in the “Clean and Green” proOutpatient Clinic. America” day. gram to help keep up the area around campus.

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CHATTANOOGA THE UNIVERSITY

FOUNDERS HALL

FLETCHER HALL 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” This represents 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.

LUPTON LIBRARY

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 curricula 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 our effort.

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CHATTANOOGA THE SCENIC CITY

HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

WALNUT STREET BRIDGE • 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.

THE SOUTHERN BELLE RIVERBOAT

• Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.” • 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.

THE TENNESSEE AQUARIUM AND CHATTANOOGA’S RIVERFRONT PARK

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ACADEMICS CAREER PREPARATION

Dr. Emily Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Student Support Services

Lisa Tarr Coordinator of Student Support Services

Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor

Rhonda Reynolds Academic Advisor

Goals of Mocs Athletics Student Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a student-athlete’s years at UTC. Located in McKenzie Arena, the Mocs’ computer lab gives student-athletes a convenient place to study, receive tutoring help and complete assignments.

LAWSON CENTER ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

The newly completed $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in college athletics. The Center, located on Vine Street in the heart of campus, houses the Chattem Basketball Practice Facility and the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility. Also located in the Center are meeting and film rooms that are available for all Mocs’ athletic programs to use. Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks and his staff use the facility to increase the Mocs football team’s overall strength and conditioning level. Through rigorous offseason workouts, and programs to maintain peak performance during the season, the Lawson Center and Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility will impact the Mocs’ performance on the field for years to come.

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

Jeff Andrews Assoc. Dir. of Athletic Performance

Cara Van Dorn Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

The $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center opened in January 2009 and houses the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

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SPORTS MEDICINE FIRST-RATE CARE

The training room in McKenzie Arena serves the Mocs studentathletes with state-of-the-art equipment.

The Mocs have an excellent relationship with nearby Erlanger Hospital, providing top-quality care to all UTC student-athletes.

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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Sports Medicine Program provides prevention, care, and rehabilitation services for all student-athletes. UTC has two athletic training rooms that serve all athletic teams. Thanks to funding from Erlanger Hospital, the athletic training rooms are equipped with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment including a Biodex Isokinetic Unit, a Neurocom for balance testing and training, and a Trazer unit for functional rehabilitation. In addition, the Chattanooga Group, Inc., provides therapeutic modalities for use as both rehabilitation equipment and instructional devices for students enrolled in the Graduate Athletic Training Program. The Graduate Athletic Training Program at UTC plays a major role in providing certified athletic trainers to insure that student-athletes are well taken care of. The entry-level masters program is one of few programs in the country that allows students to earn a master’s degree while they gain eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification Exam. Members of the athletics department and the graduate program staff the athletic training rooms. They work together to insure quality health care for all Mocs student-athletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

Todd Bullard David Snyder Dir. of Sports Medicine Football Trainer

Dr. Michael Johnson Sport Psychologist

Joe Baugham Asst. Trainer

Bryan Gray Asst. Trainer

Jessica Pierce Asst. Trainer

Matt Tipton Asst. Trainer

Ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

Lewis Flanary Graduate Asst.

Jaqui Neal Graduate Asst.

Sharon West Graduate Asst.


ROGER BROWN CHANCELLOR

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 Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

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 of 2006. Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the significant milestone of surpassing more than 11,000 students in fall 2011. 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

Dr. Richard Brown Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

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 Charlotte faculty in 1985.

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 concluded his appointment as the Chair of the Southern Conference Council of Presidents. Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompson, was also a committed community activist. She was involved and supported many different areas of the University. She fought a courageous battle against myelofibrosis, a cancer of the bone marrow, and passed away on march 2, 2012. The couple has two children, Caroline and Austin. Dr. Brown has announced his retirement from UTC is the spring of 2013. A national search for his replacement has begun.

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

Chuck Cantrell

Dr. John Delaney

Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations

Vice Chancellor Student Development

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Terry Denniston

Executive Assistant to the Chancellor


LAURA HERRON INTERIM DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS gameday operations for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball and has served as Tournament Director for several NCAA and Southern Conference postseason events.

the University of West Georgia in 1991. While working as a graduate assistant trainer at Troy University, Herron earned her master’s degree in Foundations of Education in 1993.

Herron has also led the Mocs efforts for improving their Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores over the last five years. She worked to develop and implement a long-term strategy that resulted in record APR scores in the most recent update for the NCAA. UTC had 11 programs score a perfect 1000 in the 2010-11 data, including the Mocs’ first multi-year 1000 earned Laura Herron is in her 19th year by the men’s golf team. working in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department Herron began her time at Chattanooga and has served the University in a as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from variety of capacities during her tenure. 1994-04, adding the title of Senior Administrator in She is currently the Interim Director Woman of Athletics, as announced by UTC 1999. She was promoted to Chancellor Dr. Roger Brown on July Assistant Athletics Director/ SWA in 2003 and moved out 16, 2012. of the Training Room and Herron was the Senior Associate into the Compliance Office Athletics Director for Compliance in 2004. She has held her and Administration and served as the current position as Senior Mocs’ Senior Woman Administrator. Associate Athletics Director/ She plans to return to this position SWA since July 2010. once the new Director of Athletics is Prior to her arrival at UTC, in place. Herron was the Head Herron has oversight and supervision Women’s Athletic Trainer at of the UTC compliance office staff, Florida Southern College. serves as sport administrator for She received her Bachelor of five sports and oversees student- Science degree in Corporate athlete welfare. She is the director of Fitness and Recreation from

A native of Rising Fawn, Ga., Herron worked with USA Softball for five years as the athletic trainer. From 1999-2003, she accompanied the National Team to several international tournaments in San Diego, Hawaii and Canada. In the summer of 2000, she put her athletic training skills to work for the Olympic Gold-Medal winning USA Softball Team as it prepared for the 2000 Summer Olympics with its “Central Park to Sydney” U.S. Tour. In 2001, Herron interned at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Matt Pope

Senior Associate Athletics Director

Andrew Horton Associate A.D. External

Mike Royster

Assistant A.D. Equipment & Facilities

Dr. Emily Blackman Dr. Jay Blackman Assistant A.D. Academics

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Assistant A.D. Communications

Todd Bullard

Director Sports Medicine

Dr. Debbie Ingram Faculty Athletics Representative


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER ATHLETICS SUPPORT STAFF

Marquita Armstead Dir. - Compliance

Melissa Cate Admin. Assistant

Hank Cobb GM - Mocs Sports Prop.

Leah Gill Production Coordinator

Jay Harris Dir. of Major Gifts

Anne Jay Admin. Assistant

Erika Lerum Dir. - Marketing/Promotions

Jenni Martin Marketing Assistant

Brent McMillian Asst. Dir. - Ticketing

Andy Page Creative Services Asst.

Terry Porter Asst. Dir. - Compliance

C.J. Recher Mocs Sports Properties

Owen Seaton Dir. - Creative Services

Cheri Thomas Admin. Assistant

HEAD COACHES

Erin Wehde Mocs Sports Properties

Caleb Whitted Mocs Sports Properties

Geoff Wilcox Dir. of Ticketing

Heath Eslinger Wrestling

Travis Filar Volleyball

Carlos Garcia Men’s Tennis

Bill Gautier Cross Country/T&F

Mark Guhne Men’s Golf

Russ Huesman Football

Wes Moore Women’s Basketball

Colette Murray Women’s Golf

Frank Reed Softball

John Shulman Men’s Basketball

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Jeff Clark Women’s Tennis


IN THE COMMUNITY GIVING BACK

SOCCER VOLUNTEERS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR The women’s soccer team volunteers all year long. The team is up early each Labor Day morning to provide assistance along the course at the “5K for FCA” road race along the Tennessee Riverwalk. The team puts on clinics for various teams and organizations around town as well as the TOPPS program. The Mocs travel to OLPH to read to the elementary school children. Last year, Coach J.D. Kyzer implemented the “Lunch Buddy” program. Members of the soccer team as well as UTC administrators volunteered one day a week to have lunch with an at-risk child. The Chattanooga women’s soccer team volunteers each year with the TOPPS program and offers clinics to various organizations.

Senior Shane Heatherly, sophomores Muhasibi Wakeel and Taylor The Mocs spent the morning reading to the kids at Our Lady of Perpetual Dodds and freshman Jarrod Coleman were among the many Mocs to Help school. Here the team is with the pre-schoolers. volunteer at the annual Bloodanooga Drive on campus.

Coach Kyzer encourages the campers as they learn various soccer skills at a clinic. Senior Becca Smith teaches the skills with some one-on-one drills.

Senior Kelsey Swann gets into her story-telling as she reads to students at OLPH.

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COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH

J.D. KYZER Thirteenth Year USC Spartanburg, 1985

The Personal Side Educational Background Bachelor's Degree in Education (USC-Spartanburg, 1985) Athletic Background Airport High School, Columbia, S.C. football, soccer, cross country USC-Spartanburg soccer (Now USC Upstate) Family Wife: Claire Children: Brianna, Tristan, Kiera Place of Birth Brevard, Fla. Date of Birth June 20, 1959

The 2012 season marks head coach J.D. Kyzer's 13th at the helm of the Mocs soccer program. In his tenure at Chattanooga, the Lady Mocs marked their first advancement into the Southern Conference Tournament and posted three consecutive doubledigit win seasons. Under his guidance, the Chattanooga program has produced 14 All-Conference performers, two all-tournament players, two all-freshman team memberws, 11 athletes of the week, two student-athletes of the week and a national player of the week. Last year, junior junior Becca Smith led the Southern Conference in scoring for the second time in three seasons and earned an all-conference nod from the league coaches along with teammate Donna-Kay Henry whose outstanding career came to a close. Henry became the first UTC soccer player to earn all-conference honors all-four seasons. The Mocs jumped out to a 5-1-1 start to the year, one of the best in school history, second to its 2009 start that saw UTC go 5-0, the best in school history with four consecutive shutouts to start the season. Henry and 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 all-time 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.

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CAREER SNAPSHOT YEAR SCHOOL 2011 Chattanooga 2010 Chattanooga 2009 Chattanooga 2008 Chattanooga 2007 Chattanooga 2006 Chattanooga 2005 Chattanooga 2004 Chattanooga 2003 Chattanooga 2002 Chattanooga 2001 Chattanooga 2000 Chattanooga 1999 Queens College 1998 Queens College 1997 Queens College 1996 Queens College 1995 Queens College Record at UTC 12 Years Overall Record 17 Years

RECORD 6-10-2 4-13-2 7-8-1 5-14-1 2-12-2 3-8-3 8-11-0 12-5-1 10-6-3 10-8-1 4-13-1 6-9-1 9-7-1 9-6-1 11-8-0 14-6-1 16-3-0 77-117-18 136-147-21

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 goalsagainst 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 10-6-3 overall record and a 6-2-3 SoCon record, the best in school history. Three of his players were named All-Conference by


COACHING STAFF ASSISTANT COACH

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 NCAA-record 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.

SAM STROUD Fourth Year • Auburn, 2004

Personal Profile Educational Background Auburn, 2004 Bachelor of Science Agri-Science Education

Family Wife: Annette Child: Braydon

Place of Birth Tullahoma, Tenn.

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Sam Stroud enters his fourth season as assistant coach for the Chattanooga women’s soccer team. In his first year with Chattanooga, the Lady Mocs got off to their best start in school history with five consecutive 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 coaching experience under his belt, including six years of Division I women’s soccer. He came to the Mocs from Nashville’s Lipscomb University where the Lady Bison posted back-to-back school records for single season wins. Prior to coaching at Lipscomb, Stroud was an assistant with Alabama A&M in Huntsville. In 2005 the Bulldogs recorded their most successful season in school history with an overall record of 15-2-2 and advanced to the semifinals of the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) tournament semifinals. Stroud was the head coach of the Valley High Boy’s Soccer team in Valley, Ala. Stroud, from Tullahoma, Tenn., is a 2004 graduate of Auburn University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agri-Science Education. He is married to the former Annette Robinson of Huntland, Tenn. The couple welcomed Braydon to the family this year.


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER NUMERICAL No. Name 00 Lauren Pruitt 0 Taylor Mangrum 1 Lauren Thomas 2 Jordan Middleton 3 Kerbi Towry 4 Melanie Arredondo 5 Andi Argueta 6 Kelsey Swann 7 Logan Higgins 8 Hannah Wyatt 9 Crystal Mackezyk 10 Loryn Queen 12 Sarah Ghale 13 Samantha Eitner 14 Skylar Brewer 15 Tayler Shelby 16 Clare Latham 17 Andria Aurand 18 Becca Smith 20 Lauren Wilson 21 Emma Mason 22 Kelly Crew 23 Crystal Cuevas 24 Alanna Warrick

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

Ht. 5-9 5-7 5-10 5-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-0 5-7 5-8 5-11 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-9 5-1 5-2 5-6 5-4

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Hometown/Prev School Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian Franklin, Tenn./Franklin High School Germantown, Tenn./Germantown High School Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah High School Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel High School Tampico, Mexico/American School of Tampico Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast High School Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School Louisville, Ky./Assumption High School Soddy Daisy, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School Columbia, Tenn./Spring Hill High School Lanesville, Ind./Floyd Central High School Fayetteville, Tenn./Riverside Christian Academy) Chattanooga, Tenn./Orange High School Farragut, Tenn./Farragut High School Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School Cordova, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian School Hixson, Tenn./Hixson High School Murfreesboro, Tenn./Riverdale High School Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central High School Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna High School Brisbane, Australia/Tennessee Wesleyan College Clarksville, Tenn./Rossview High School Memphis, Tenn./Bartlett High School

ALPHABETICAL No. Name 4 Melanie Arredondo 5 Andi Argueta 17 Andria Aurand 14 Skylar Brewer 22 Kelly Crew 23 Crystal Cuevas 13 Samantha Eitner 12 Sarah Ghale 7 Logan Higgins 16 Clare Latham 9 Crystal Mackezyk 0 Taylor Mangrum 21 Emma Mason 2 Jordan Middleton 00 Lauren Pruitt 10 Loryn Queen 15 Tayler Shelby 18 Becca Smith 6 Kelsey Swann 1 Lauren Thomas 3 Kerbi Towry 24 Alanna Warrick 20 Lauren Wilson 8 Hannah Wyatt

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

Ht. 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-0 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-1 5-0 5-9 5-11 5-5 5-7 5-3 5-10 5-0 5-4 5-9 5-7

Yr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. RFr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/Prev School Tampico, Mexico/American School of Tampico Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast High School Hixson, Tenn./Hixson High School Farragut, Tenn./Farragut High School Brisbane, Australia/Tennessee Wesleyan College Clarksville, Tenn./Rossview High School Chattanooga, Tenn./Orange High School Fayetteville, Tenn./Riverside Christian Academy) Louisville, Ky./Assumption High School Cordova, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian School Columbia, Tenn./Spring Hill High School Franklin, Tenn./Franklin High School Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna High School Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah High School Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian Lanesville, Ind./Floyd Central High School Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School Murfreesboro, Tenn./Riverdale High School Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School Germantown, Tenn./Germantown High School Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel High School Memphis, Tenn./Bartlett High School Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central High School Soddy Daisy, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School

HEAD COACH: J.D. Kyzer (USC Spartanburg, 1985) ASSISTANT COACH: Sam Stroud (Auburn, 2004)

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER SENIORS

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.

Jordan Middleton 5-0 • Senior • Midfielder Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah High School

Middleton’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2008 20-9 0 0 0 2 1 0 0-0 2011 10-1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0 Total 30-10 0 0 0 5 1 0 0-0

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Tayler Shelby 5-5 • Senior • Defender Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School

2011 Junior Played in 10 games and started the season opener at Tennessee State ... had three shots on the year with two against Alabama A&M ... named to Fall and Spring Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. 2009-2010 Attended Middle Tennessee ... played club ball. 2008 Freshman Played in 20 games for the Lady Mocs and started nine at defender ... took two shots with one on goal against The Citadel.

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2011 Junior Started all 18 matches for the Mocs in defense … took High School shots against Tennessee Tech, Lipscomb, Alabama Named All-State, All-Region and All-District at A&M, Elon, Appalachian State and Samford. Ooltewah High School ... named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press “Best of Preps” team ... received the 2010 Sophomore Warrior Award and named Best Defensive Player for Played in 16 games for the Lady Mocs and started the Owls ... helped lead her team to the 2004, 2005, five ... made her first collegiate start in the opener 2006 district titles and the 2004, 2005, 2006 Region at Lipscomb ... took two shots against the Bison and titles ... played club ball for Express 90 ... led her team one more against Samford ... helped the Lady Mocs to the Division II state title ... named to the National to three wins including a shutout over USC Upstate. Honor Society ... maintained a 3.5 GPA ... member of

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Becca Smith

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.

5-7 • Senior • Striker Murfreesboro, Tenn./Eagleville • Riverdale

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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).

2011 Junior Started all 18 games for the Mocs at striker … set a school record for most points in a season with 37 … tied the school single season goals record with 16 … named all-conference second team … led the Southern Conference in five categories: points (37), points per game (2.06), goals (16), goals per game Personal (0.89), game-winng goals (4) … went 4-for-4 0n Daughter of Jerry and Jolee Shelby ... has a younger penalty kicks … ranked among the nation’s leaders sister Sidney ... born April 30, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga. ... in four categories: goals per game (6th), points per pre-Pharmacy major. game (11th), total goals (14th), total points (27th) … ranked third on UTC’s career charts for points (74), Shelby’s Career Stats goals (30) and assists (14) … eatned Player of the YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT Week honors on Sept. 13 … recorded a 4.0 GPA over 2009 6-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 both semesters … named to SoCon Fall All-Academic 2010 16-5 0 0 0 3 1 0 0-0 2011 18-18 0 0 0 6 0 0 0-0 Team and SoCon Academic All-Conference … named Total 40-23 0 0 0 9 1 0 0-0 to UTC’s Dean’s and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. 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

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER with 118 ... named to the UTC Dean’s List, Athletics 2005, 2006 and 2007 … selected the Riverdale Best Director’s Honor Roll and the Southern Conference Freshman in 2005 … ranked second in the state for All-Academic Team. career goals with 169 and second in state for goals scored in a season with 50 … four-time All-Area 2009 Freshman Soccer Team selection … played club soccer for the Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman eight-time state champion SRFC Lady Strikers ’91 team by the league coaches ... played and started all 16 … played varsity softball for the Eagles and was the games ... had three game-winning goals ... according 2005 Golden Glove Award recipient … maintained a to CollegeSoccer360.com, ranked seventh nationally perfect 4.0 GPA through high school and was named among all freshman for scoring and eighth in goals Valedictorian … Girl’s State nominee … Student scored ... led the Southern Conference in seven Body treasurer for one year … four-year member categories despite playing just a 16 games schedule: of the Student Council … three-year member of the points (28); points per game (1.75); goals (11); goals Beta Club … Spanish Club member for three years … per game (0.69); shots (82); shots per game (5.12); member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) shots on goal per game (2.19) ... tied for third in the … member of the Yearbook staff and Future Business SoCon in assists (6); third in assists per game (0.38); Leaders of America (FBLA). second in shots on goal (35); third in shot percentage (.134) ... ranked 17th among all NCAA Division I Personal student-athletes for points per game (1.75); 21st Full name is Rebecca Gayle Smith … daughter of Kim for goals per game (.688); 80th for assists per game and Kirk Smith … younger sister of the late Kirkpatrick (0.38) ... recorded a hattrick in her collegiate debut Smith, Jr. … born June 26, 1991 in Franklin, Tenn. … scoring all three goals in a 3-0 victory over Tennessee Interior Design major. Tech ... third on UTC’s single season chart for points (28) ... third on the single season list for goals (11) ... Smith’s Career Stats tied for third on the list with six assists and fifth for YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT shots taken (82) ... entered the career Top 10 chart 2009 16-16 11 6 28 82 35 3 0-0 for scoring (9th) and tied for ninth for goals and ninth 2010 17-12 3 3 9 36 17 1 0-0 for shots taken ... tied for fourth on UTC’s single game 2011 18-18 16 5 37 76 4 4-4 record chart with six points and second for goals in Total 51-46 30 14 74 194 8 4-4 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. 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 … fourtime 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

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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.

Kelsey Swann 5-3 • Senior • Midfielder Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School

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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. Swann’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2009 16-11 1 2 4 6 4 0 0-0 2010 19-18 1 1 3 18 7 0 0-0 2011 18-18 2 1 5 12 0 0-0 Total 53-47 4 4 12 36 0 0-0

2011 Junior Started alll 18 games for the Mocs … scored goals in UTC’s wins over Lipscomb and Western Carolina … recorded the game winner against the Catamounts … assisted on a goal at Appalachian Stare … took 12 shots with multiples against Austin Peay, Stetson and the Mountaineers … named to UTC’s Dean’s List in the Fall and the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in both semesters … Named to Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team.

Lauren Wilson 5-9 • Senior • Midfielder Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central High School

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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 AllAcademic Team. 2009 Freshman Played in all 16 games for the Mocs 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.

2011 Junior Started seven games before suffering a seasonending knee injury … scored a goal in UTC’s tie against Gardner-Webb … took five shots including two against the Bulldogs … named to Spring Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. 2010 Sophomore

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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 GardnerWebb ... 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.

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

2009 Freshman Played in all 16 games for the Mocs starting nine ... made starts in shutout wins over Lipscomb, GardnerWebb 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.

Wilson’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2009 16-11 1 2 4 6 4 0 0-0 2010 19-18 1 1 3 18 7 0 0-0 2011 18-18 2 1 5 12 0 0-0 Total 53-47 4 4 12 36 0 0-0

Personal Lauren Wilson ... daughter of Brad and Amy Wilson ... born Sept. 21, 1990 ...Biology/Pre-Med major.

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 ... twotime 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 ... fouryear member of National Honor Society ... four-year member of National Beta Club - Vice President 200809 ... Interact ... 2008 Girl’s State Delegate Alternate .. “Best All-Around” Senior Superlative ... JCL (Latin

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Kelly Crew JUNIORS

5-2 • Junior • Midfielder Brisbane, Australia/Tennessee Wesleyan College

Andria Aurand 5-3 • Junior • Midfielder Hixson, Tenn./Hixson High School

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17 2011 Sophomore Started all of Chattanooga’s matches at defender … scored one point on an assist against the College of Charleston … named to UTC’s Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in both semesters with a perfect 4.0 GPA … named to the SoCon AllAcademic team. 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.

2011 Sophomore Started 13 of Chattanooga’s 18 games as a midfielder … took eight shots … assisted on goals against Gardner-Webb and Stetson … named to UTC’s Dean’s List in the Spring semester as well as the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. Tennessee Wesleyan Voted AAC Newcomer of the Year ... helped lead the Bulldogs to a three-way 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. Attended Moreton Bay College in Australia and played Club ball for the Redland United Premier Women’s Team. Personal Full name is Kelly Crew ... born August 8 in Brisbane Australia ... Exercise Sport Science major ... daughter of Sharon and Bernie Crew ... has three siblings, Ben, Haley and James.

Crew’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT Personal 2011 18-18 0 2 2 8 0 0-0 Alexandria Aurand ... born March 15 in Birmingham, Ala. ... Total 18-18 0 2 2 8 0 0-0 Physical Education/Pedagogy major ... daughter of Teresa Roach and Lee Aurand. Aurand’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2010 13-0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0-0 2011 18-18 0 1 1 2 0 0-0 Total 53-47 1 1 3 4 0 0-0

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Samantha Eitner

Taylor Mangrum

5-6 • Junior • Defender Orange, Calif./Orange High School

5-7 • Junior • Goalkeeper Franklin, Tenn./Franklin High School

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2011 Sophomore Saw action at home against Austin Peay and on the road against UNCG, Elon, Wofford and Furman … named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll.

2011 Sophomore Started all 18 games in goal for the Mocs … ranked sixth in the NCAA for total saves with 134 … recorded three shutouts … tied for seventh on the single season list for shutouts and ranked third on the career Mocs’ career chart with seven in just two 2010 Freshman seasons … ranked seventh on carrer charts with a 2.23 goals Saw action in just three games after joining the Mocs after the against average … career named to UTC’s Dean’s List in the Fall start of the season ... made her collegiate debut at Tennessee and the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic team … named and played in UTC’s 4-1 win over Georgia Southern and the to the Athletic’s Director’s Honor Roll. season finale against Southern Rail Rival Samford. 2010 Freshman High School Played in 17 games for the Mocs and started 16 in goal ... made Four-year starter for the Panthers ... served as captain senior her collegiate debut at Lipscomb and had her first start at Austin year ... named MVP ... earned Honorable Mention honors ... Peay ... recorded three wins including one shutout and two ties named All-League First and Second teams ... graduated with a ... played nearly 1400 minutes in goal and recorded 118 saves 4.0 GPA ... received the Scholar Athlete Award ... member of for a 78.7 saves percentage ... ranked sixth on the single season the varsity softball, swimming and volleyball teams ... member chart for saves (118) ... ranked ninth on the single season chart of the One Club, ASB (student government) ... participant in a for goals against average (2.09) ... sixth on the all-time charts for health research project ... member of the Girl Scouts ... writer career saves and fifth on the goals against average list ... sixth on for the school newspaper. the all-time chart for wins ... recorded 18 saves at the College of Charleston ranking fourth on the single game charts ... tied for Personal seventh on the single game chart with 15 saves at Tennessee. Samantha Eitner ... born November 13 in Pittsburgh, Penn. ... Psychology and Criminal Justice major ... daughter of Morgan High School Eitner and Robert and Roberta Eitner ... has a younger brother, Named All-State and All-Region her senior season ... named to Nicholas. 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 Eitner’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2008 and the quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007 ... four-time region champs and four time sectional champions ... won the district 2010 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2011 5-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 in 2007 and finished runner-up three times ... played club ball for the HFC Hurricanes ... won the state title in 2003 and were Total 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 state runners-up in 2010 ... state finalist in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... National Honor Society ... Hope Scholarship recipient...UTC

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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 Personal ... played club soccer for Diadora Knoxville, Lady Impact ... team Taylor Mangrum ... daughter of Jerald and Terri Mangrum ... has won the 2005 and 2006 Tennessee State Championships ... a younger brother Jackson ... born March 19, 1992 in Nashville, member of the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority ... member of the Tenn. ... Occupational Therapy major. Student Council (2009-10) ... Beta Club member (2008-10) ... French Club (20070-08) ... Science Club member (2008-09). Mangrum’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS Mins GA GAA SVS SV% W L T SO Personal 2010 17-16 1377:19 32 2.09 118 .787 2 11 2 1 Kerbi Lynn Towry ... daughter of Jennie Towry and David Towry 2011 18-18 1691:19 44 2.34 134 .753 6 9 2 3 and Karen Towry ... three siblings ... older sister Karia Towry Total 35-34 3068:38 76 2.23 252 .768 8 20 4 4 ... Tanner Witt attends Middle Tennessee State University and Megan Witt ... born April 13, 1992 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. ... Physical Therapy major. 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.

Towry’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2010 19-17 2 1 5 23 9 0 0-0 2011 18-17 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-0 Total 37-34 2 1 5 24 9 0 0-0

Kerbi Towry 5-0 • Junior • Midfielder Murfreesboro, Tenn../Siegel High School

3 2011 Sophomore Started 17 of Chattanooga’s 18 games in midfield … took one shot against Austin Peay. 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 .

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER SOPHOMORES Crystal Mackezyk

5-8 • Sophomore • Midfield Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast High School

Andi Argueta 5-2 • Sophomore • Forward Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast High School

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2011 Freshman Named to SoCon All-Freshman team ... started 17 of 18 games for the Mocs as a rookie … ranked second on the team for goals scored with six … third on the team in scoring with 14 points … took 40 shots including a personal best seven against Jacksonville 2011 Freshman State … recorded the game winner in Chattanooga’s win over Saw action nine 15 games as a rookie … took shots against Elon Lipscomb … recorded goals against Gardner-Webb, Lipscomb, and Davidson … scored her first collegiate point with an assist Stetson, Furman, Wofford and Western Carolina … recorded against the College of Charleston. assists against The Citadel and Furman … named to the UTC’s Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in both semesters … named to the Southern Conference Fall All-Academic Team … High School named SoCon Academic All-Conference. Served as team captain for three years ... four-time all district honoree ... three-time all region ... named MVP for the Eagles as High School the top Offensive Player her senior year ... received the Coaches Named District MVP in 2010 ... four-time all-district ... four-time Award as a sophomore ... four-year team captain for the Royals all-region ... named all-tournament four times ... led the Raiders Classic Club Team in Clarksville ... claimed championship in to the District title in 2007, 2009 and 2010 and the Region title spring 2011 ... Beta Club member for three years ... member of in 2007, 2009 and 2010 ... Top 10 honoree ... scored 156 goals the Beta Club, HOSA Club and was a Freshman Focus mentor. over her four-year career ... reached the 100-goal mark in her junior season ... named Most Valuable Runner for the cross Personal country team in 2007 and 2008. Full name is Andrea Nicole Argueta ... born May 14 in Clarksville, Tenn. ... Exercise Science major ... daughter of Melissa and Personal Felipe Argueta ... has two younger siblings, Abriella and Felipe. Crystal Marie Mackezyk ... born June 8 in Franklin, Tenn. ... Biology major ... daughter of Rhoda and Terry Mackezyk ... has Argueta’s Career Stats two brothers, Daniel and Michael. YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2011 15-0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0-0 Mackezyk’s Career Stats Total 15-0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0-0 YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2011 18-17 6 2 14 40 1 0-0 Total 18-17 6 2 14 40 1 0-0

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Emma Mason FRESHMEN

5-1 • Sophomore • Forward Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna High School

Melanie Arredondo 5-1 • Freshman • Forward Tampico, Mexico/American School of Tampico

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2011 Freshman Saw action in 11 games as a newcomer … took shots at Tennessee Tech, against Lipscomb and at UNCG. 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.

American School of Tampico Helped lead her team to the ASOMEX Championship Title in 2009 and 2010 … played club ball for Jaiba Brava Tampico Madero … helped team to National Championship Title in 2009 and was a member of the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon National Universities Championship in 2012.

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.

Personal Melanie Arredondo San Martin … daughter of Eleticia San Martiin Purata and Miguel Adrian Arredondo Ruanova … sister of Arlem Adriana Arredondo San Martin who attends Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas … born November 28 in Tampico Tamaulipas … Exercise Science major.

Mason’s Career Stats YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG GW PK-ATT 2011 11-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0 Total 11-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Skylar Brewer

Crystal Cuevas

5-6 • Freshman • Midfielder Farragut, Tenn./Farragut High School

5-6 • R-Freshman • Defender Clarksville, Tenn./Rossview High School

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Farragut High School Helped lead the Admirals to the 2011 6-AAA state runner-up finish … led Farragut to the 2011 Region and District 6 titles … three-time region runners-up and three-time district runnersup … earned All-District, All-Region, All-South honors … named All-District Forward of the Year and All-Region Forward of the Year … played club ball for FC Alliance 94’ black in 2009-10 and FC Alliance 93 Premier in 2010-11 … achieved highest honor roll all eight semesters … named an AP Scholar … ran track in senior year … member of the history club.

Rossview High School Five-year varsity starter at midfield and defender ... helped lead the Hawks to back-to-back District 10 A/AA Championship ... as a midfielder scored eight goals and recorded 11 assists over two years and added five assists as a defender in her freshman year ... played club ball for the 93 Lady Royals from 2009-11 ... played for the 92 Lady Impact from 2008-09 ... team won the Auburn Tiger College Showcase U16 chamionship ... United Spring Cup finalist ... claimed the United Cup of Champions title ... MCCSA Spring Shootout champions ... played for the Lady Impact 93 from 2007-08 ... member of the basketball team ... two-year Personal member of the Spanish Honor Society ... Future Teachers of Skylar Brewer … daughter of Sandra and Bill Brewer … has a America. younger brother Tyler … mother ran track at Cal State Northridge in 1982-83 … father played baseball at the University of Arizona Personal in 1978-1979 … born May 5 in Riverside, Calif. … Biology major. Crystal Cuevas ... daughter of Aurea and Marlon Cuevas ... younger sibling Marlon, 12 ... father played soccer for Middletown Community College ... born Sept. 17 in Middletown, N.Y. ... Biology major.

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Sarah Ghale

Logan Higgins

5-5 • Freshman • Defender Fayetteville, Tenn./Riverdale Christian Academy

5-0 • Freshman • Defender Louisville, Ky./Assumption High School

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Riverdale Christian Academy Four-year varsity starter … named 2012 MVP and Athlete of the Year for Riverside Christian Academy … played club ball for the Huntsville Futbol Club for six years and helped team to the runner-up finish of the 2010 Fall state playoffs … played club ball for the Pulaski Rovers from 2010-11 … ranked seventh in her senior class … member of the Beta Club and the National Honors Society … played basketball and was the kicker for the football team in eighth grade … member of the Leadership Lincoln, Beta Club, LEO Club and served on the Student Council

Assumpton High School All-State Honorable Mention ... helped the Rockets to a No. 5 ranking and a Top 10 ranking throughout her senior campaign ... finished runner-up in the region ... selected to the region alltournament team ... named Most Improved, MVP and served as captain of her team ... played club ball for Javanon travel team ... helped team to the 2010 State title

Personal Logan Higgins … daughter of Kimberly Ann Garvey Higgins and Matthew Thomas Higgins … father played soccer for Bellarine Personal University ... Siblings Kellie, 22, attends Indiana University Sarah Mit Ghale … daughter of Gokul and Sharda Ghale … older Southeast and Jilian, 20, attends University of Louisville ... born sister of Savannah … father Gokul played football for Alabama February 20 in Louisville ... major undecided. A&M … born June 7 in Fayetteville, Tenn. … Health and Human Performance major.

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Clare Latham

Lauren Pruitt

5-5 • Freshman • Midfielder Memphis, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian High School

5-9 • Freshman • Goalkeeper Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian School

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Briarcrest High School Member of the 2008 Region Championship team and 2008 Division 2AA finalists … named Rookie of the Year as a freshman … two-time All-State performer, junior and senior years … named “Best of Preps” in her junior and senior years … three-time AllRegion performer … named West Tennessee All State as a senior and selected Briarcrest Christian High School Most Valuable Player … member of the Tennessee ODP from 2007-2011 … played club ball for the Collierville Lady Lobos 94 Blue … 2010 state finalists … 2011 Region Premier League Champions and State Finalists … 2012 state finalists … National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Key Club and recipient of the Joseph Clayton Award … member of the varsity basketball team as a freshman … member of the FCA, Key Club and Briarcrest High School Ambassador. Personal Clare Elizabeth Latham … daughter of Susan and David Latham … sister of Samuel Latham, graduate of Mississippi State and currently enrolled at the University of Tennessee Med School … born December 5 in Covington, La. … undecided major.

Chattanooga Christian School Best of Preps as a senior … recorded 15 shutouts in the 2011 season with a 0.91 Goals Against Average … named to the 2012 All Star Team and selected to the 2012 All-State team … led the Chargers to the state semifinals and the A/AA District and Region titles in 2011 Silverdale Baptist Academy Helped team to the 5A/AA District title in 2008 and 2009 … named to the 2010 All-District Team … advanced to the state tournament in her sophomore season Played club ball for East Ridge Express 94 … won division 2 state tournament in May 2009 … helped team to the semifinals in the Regionals President’s Cup in June 2009 … named to Dean’s List in senior year. Personal Lauren Elizabeth Pruitt … daughter of Laurie and Dwayne Pruitt … father played baseball at Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Fla. … older brother Darrell is enrolled at Chattanooga State … born October 19 in Chattanooga … Criminal Justice/ Legal Studies major.

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Loryn Queen

Lauren Thomas

5-11• Freshman • Forward.Midfield Lanesville, Ind./Floyd Central High School

5-10 • Freshman • Goalkeeper Germantown, Tenn./Germantown High School

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Floyd Central High School Four-year varsity starter for the Highlanders … led team to 2011 IHSAA Region Semifinal … the Highlanders reached the IHSAA region finals in both her freshman and sophomore years and was three-time IHSAA Section Champions (2008, 2009, 2011) … named to the News and Tribune All-Area Team First Team in 2011 … Hoosier Hills First Team All-Conference Selection … named team Offensive MVP in 2011 after leading team in goals scored with 16 and second in assists with seven through 20 games … named junior varsity MVP in 2008 … Indiana ODP Pool in 2008 … played club ball for the Mockingbird Valley Soccer Club from 2005-09/10 … helped team to the 2006 Kentucky State semifinals … Midwest Regional League, First Division in 2010 … played club ball for the Javanon Soccer club from 201012 … Buckeye Premier League, First Division in spring 2011 … Veterans Invitational Tournament finalists in Fall 2011 … Alliance Premier Cup finalists in spring 2012 … Kentucky Select Soccer League Premier Division Second Place in spring 2012 … graduated with Academic Honors diploma … member of the FCHS Sunshine Club.

Germntown High School Received the 2010 Coaches Award ... 2012 MVP Defense Award recipient ... named to the Memphis Commercial Appeal 2011 Best of Preps ... selected to the Tennessee State All-Star Team in 2011 ... recipient of the 2012 Germantown High School Red Devil Award ... played club ball for the Lobos 94 Blue in 2012 ... 2012 State Runner-Up, 2012 Regional Qualifier ... 2012 Premier League ... played for the Lobos 94 Black State League from 201011 ... member of the Beta Club ... played for the softball team in 2009 and 2012 ... named Offensive MVP in 2012 ... member of the Lady Red Devils basketball team in 2008 ... secretary for SGA from 2011-12. Personal Lauren Nichole Thomas ... daughter of Sheila and Richard Thomas ... has three younger siblings: Ashley, 17; Taylor, 13; John, 11 ... born October 29 in Memphis ... Rehabilitation Science major.

Personal Loryn Anne Queen … daughter of Karen and Jerry Queen … has a younger sister, Alex … born October 19 in Ann Arbor, Mich. … Physical Therapy major.

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Alanna Warrick

Hannah Wyatt

5-4 • Freshman • Defender Memphis, Tenn./Bartlett High School

5-7 • Freshman • Defender Hixson, Tenn./Soddy Daisy High School

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Bartlett High School Soddy Daisy High School Named First Team All-District for the Panthers … member of the Helped lead the Trojans to the district and region titles all four Principal’s Honor Roll and a Hope Scholarship recipient. years … Soddy Daisy reached the state quarterfinals in her junior year and the semifinals in her senior year … four-year All-District Personal selection … named MVP in junior year and an All-State selection Alanna Grace Warrick … daughter of Janice and Tom Warrick in both junior and seniors years … three-time Chattanooga … has an older brother Chris … born August 12 in Memphis … Times Free Press “Best of Preps” selection … played club ball Occupational Therapy major. for the East Ridge Express … helped lead team to the 2010 state title in 2010 and to the regionals … played club ball for the FC Alliance in Knoxville and helped lead team to the state cup finals in 2011 and 2012 … member of the 2012 4x400 meter relay team that set a school record and placed 12th at the state … 2010 and 2011 state qualifiers for the 4x400m and 4x800m teams … Student Council CORE member … 3.6 GPA … National Honor Society … Beta Club member … FCA … Key Club. Personal Hannah Rayne Wyatt … daughter of Kim and Steve Wyatt … has sister brother, Hayley … born June 4 in Chattanooga … undecided major.

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Tennessee Temple

Friday • August 17 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname........................................... Crusaders Colors.......................................... Red and Black Conference.............................. NCCAA Mid-East 2011 Record................................................ 4-15 2011 Conference/Finish....................................... Head Coach.........................Emmanuel Awotula Series Record.................................First Meeting SID Contact....................................... Ezell Dodd Office Ph/Fax.......................... (423) 710-7042 Email................................ dodde@tntemple.edu Website........................... www.ttucrusaders.com

Lipscomb

Friday • August 31 • 8 p.m. EDT Nashville, Tennessee

Nickname........................................ Lady Bisons Colors............................................Purple & Gold. Conference.......................................Atlantic Sun 2011 Record............................................. 4-13-1 2011 Conference/Finish........................ 2-7-0/9th Stadium/Cap...... Lipscomb Soccer Complex/1,000 Head Coach.................................... John Ireland Assistant Coach..........................Babak Abouzar Series Record..................Chattanooga leads 3-2. SID Contact.................................... Mark McGee Office Ph/Fax................. (615) 966-5862/1806 Email...................... mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu Website........................www.lipscombsports.com

Davidson

Friday • September 21 • 7 p.m. EDT Davidson, North Carolina

Nickname.............................................. Wildcats Colors.............................................. Red & Black Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record........................................................ 2011 Conference/Finish....................................... 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

Furman

Sunday • September 30 • 2 p.m. EDT Greenville, South Carolina

Nickname.............................................. Paladins Colors.......................................... Purple & White Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................. 12-8-2 2011 Conference/Finish...................... 6-3-2/T5th 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

Tennessee Tech

Sunday • August 21 • 1 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname.................................... Golden Eagles Colors........................................... Purple & Gold Conference....................................... Ohio Valley 2011 Record............................................. 5-13-1 2011 Conference/Finish...................... 2-7-0/10th Stadium/Cap.................... Tech Soccer Field/800 Head Coach................................. Daniel Brizard Series Record............... Chattanooga leads 11-4 SID Contact.........................................Erin Bean Office Ph/Fax................. (931) 372-3293/6139 Email................................... etbean@tntech.edu Website.................................. www.ttusports.edu

Austin Peay

Sunday • September 2 • 3:00 p.m. EDT Clarksville, Tennessee

Nickname...........................................Lady Govs Colors..............................................Red & White Conference........................................Ohio Valley 2011 Record........................................................ 2011 Conference/Finish....................................... 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

Georgia Southern

Sunday • September 23 • 2 p.m. EDT Statesboro, Georgia

Nickname................................................. Eagles Colors............................................. Blue & White Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record........................................................ 2011 Conference/Finish....................................... 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

Appalachian State

Friday • October 5 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname...................................... Mountaineers Colors............................................. Black & Gold Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................. 6-11-2 2011 Conference/Finish...................... 2-7-2/11th 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

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Alabama State

Sunday • August 26 • 2:00 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname............................................... Hornets Colors.......................................Old Gold & Black Conference............................................... SWAC 2011 Record............................................. 2-17-1 2011 Conference/Finish.............................. 1-2-1 Stadium............................ Hornet Stadium/2,000 Head Coach..................................... Jodie Smith Asst. Coach............................ Kathryn Saunders Series Record................................. First Meeting SID Contact......................................................... Office Ph/Fax.......... (334) 229-4511/262-2971 Email................................................................... Website..................... www.bamastatesports.com

Gardner-Webb

Friday • September 7 • 5:00 p.m. EDT Boiling Springs, North Carolina

Nickname.............................................. Bulldogs Colors.............................................. Red & Black Conference.......................................... Big South 2011 Record............................................... 6-8-5 2011 Conference/Finish........................ 4-4-2/6th 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

Wofford

Thursday • September 27 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname................................................ Terriers Colors.......................................Old Gold & Black Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................... 8-7-2 2011 Conference/Finish...................... 2-7-2/10th 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

Western Carolina

Sunday • October 7 • 2 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname......................................... Catamounts Colors............................................ Purple & Gold Conference............................................Southern 2011 Record............................................. 9-10-1 2011 Conference/Finish........................ 4-7-0/8th 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


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER College

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The Citadel

Charleston

Sunday • October 14 • 2 p.m. EDT Charleston, South Carolina

Friday • October 12 • 7 p.m. EDT Charleston, South Carolina

Nickname...............................................Cougars Colors.........................................Maroon & White Conference............................................Southern 2011 Record............................................. 13-8-1 2011 Conference/Finish..................... 7-3-1/T2nd 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

Nickname................................ Cadets, Bulldogs Colors.................................Citadel Blue & White Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................. 5-11-3 2011 Conference/Finish........................ 3-6-2/9th 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...............................................Phoenix Colors......................................... Maroon & Gold Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................... 8-8-4 2011 Conference/Finish...................... 6-3-2/T5th 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

Samford

2012 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship

UNC Greensboro

Sunday • October 21 • 1 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname..............................................Spartans Colors...................................Gold, White & Navy Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................. 8-10-1 2011 Conference/Finish..................... 7-3-1/T2nd 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

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Nov. 2

Wednesday • October 24 • 7 p.m. Chattanooga, Tennessee

Nickname.............................................. Bulldogs Colors..............................................Red & White Conference........................................... Southern 2011 Record............................................. 14-6-2 2011 Conference/Finish........................ 9-0-2/1st 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

Nov. 4

Match 1

#8 Seed Match 5 Semifinal Match 2

#5 Seed Championship

#2 Seed Match 3

#7 Seed Match 6 Semifinal

#3 Seed

First Round - Campus Sites: Oct. 28 Semifinals/Finals: Nov. 2, 4 Bulldog Field Samford University Birmingham, Ala.

2012 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship

#1 Seed

#4 Seed

Elon

Friday • October 19 • 7 p.m. EDT Chattanooga, Tennessee

Match 4

#6 Seed

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 2011 GAME RESULTS Date Opponent WL Score Attend 8/19 at Tennessee Tech W 2-1 125 8/21 AUSTIN PEAY L 0-4 214 8/28 GARDNER-WEBB TO2 3-3 216 9/2 LIPSCOMB W 2-0 236 9/9 vs. Stetson W 3-2 45 9/11 vs. Jacksonville State W 1-0 45 9/16 ALABAMA A&M W 2-1 212 9/24 at UNCG L 1-6 984 9/26 at Elon L 2-8 55 9/30 THE CITADEL L 1-2 267 10/2 COLL OF CHARLESTON L 2-3 248 10/6 FURMAN LOT 3-4 192 10/9 at Wofford LO2 2-3 121 10/14 at Western Carolina W 3-0 224 10/16 at Appalachian State TO2 1-1 207 10/21 GEORGIA SOUHERN L 1-2 248 10/23 DAVIDSON LOT 1-2 294 10/26 at Samford L 1-2 423

Team Record

Goals scored Becca Smith (unassisted) Becca Smith (unassisted)

Overall: 6-10-2 Conference: 1-9-1 Home: 2-6-1 • Away: 2-4-1 Neutral: 2-0-0

Crystal Mackezyk (Kelly Crew) Lauren Wilson (unassisted) Becca Smith (unassisted) Crystal Mackezyk (Donna-Kay Henry/Becca Smith) Kelsey Swann (Donna-Kay Henry) Crystal Mackezyk (Kelly Crew, Donna-Kay Henry) Becca Smith (unassisted) Becca Smith (Penalty Kick) Becca Smith (Penalty Kick) Donna-Kay Henry (Becca Smith) Becca Smith (Donna-Kay Henry) Donna-Kay Henry (Becca Smith) Becca Smith (unassisted) Donna-Kay Henry (unassisted) Becca Smith (Crystal Mackezyk) Becca Smith (unassisted) Danielle Barr (Andi Argueta, Andria Aurand) Crystal Mackezyk (Becca Smith) Donna-Kay Henry (Crystal Mackezyk) Becca Smith (Donna-Kay Henry) Becca Smith (Penalty Kick) Crystal Mackezyk (Donna-Kay Henry) Kelsey Swann (Donna-Kay Henry) Donna-Kay Henry (unassisted) Crystal Mackezyk (Becca Smith) Becca Smith (Kelsey Swann) Becca Smith (Donna-Kay Henry) Becca Smith (Penalty Kick) Becca Smith (unassisted)

Team Stats

UTC OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 31-224 44-327 Goals scored per game 1.72 2.44 Shot pct. .138 .135 Shots on goal-Attempts 101-224 182-327 SOG pct. .451 .557 Shots/Game 12.4 18.2 Assists 20 33 CORNER KICKS 74 77 Goals off corners 0 1 PENALTY KICKS 4-4 2-2 OFFSIDES 14 40 PENALTIES Fouls 158 193 Yellow cards 11 18 Red cards 1 3 ATTENDANCE Total 2127 2139 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/236 7/306 Neutral Site #/Avg 2/45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Name 18 Becca Smith 7 Donna-Kay Henry 9 Crystal Mackezyk 6 Kelsey Swann 4 Danielle Barr 22 Kelly Crew 8 Becky VanHorn 15 Tayler Shelby 20 Lauren Wilson 23 Kaitlyn Bennett 2 Jordan Middleton 21 Emma Mason 5 Andi Argueta 3 Kerbi Towry 24 Marlee Maynard 13 Samantha Eitner 11 Shelbey Farmer 12 Carly Overmyer 17 Andria Aurand 0 Taylor Mangrum Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A 18-18 16 5 37 76 .211 33 .434 0-0 4-4 17-17 5 8 18 48 .104 22 .458 3-0 0-0 18-17 6 2 14 40 .150 24 .600 2-0 0-0 18-18 2 1 5 12 .167 4 .333 0-1 0-0 18-18 1 0 2 8 .125 4 .500 0-0 0-0 18-13 0 2 2 8 .000 2 .250 0-0 0-0 18-11 0 0 0 7 .000 4 .571 1-0 0-0 18-18 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 1-0 0-0 7-7 1 0 2 5 .200 2 .400 2-0 0-0 11-5 0 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0-0 0-0 10-1 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0-0 0-0 11-0 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0-0 0-0 15-0 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 0-0 0-0 18-17 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0-0 0-0 7-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 0-0 5-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0-0 10-1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0-0 3-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0-0 18-18 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 0-0 18-18 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 0-0 18 31 20 82 224 .138 101 .451 11-1 4-4 18 44 33 121 327 .135 182 .557 18-3 2-2

|---GOAL AVERAGE---| Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Taylor Mangrum 18-18 1691:19 44 2.34 TEAM 0:00 0 0.00 Total 18 1691:19 44 2.34 Opponents 18 1691:19 31 1.65 Team saves: 4

|--SAVES--| Saves Pct W 134 .753 6 4 1.000 0 138 .758 6 70 .693 9

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Team Stats by Period GOALS BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 19 11 1 0 31 25 16 2 1 44

SHOTS BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 115 99 6 4 224 160 153 11 3 327

SAVES BY PERIOD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 69 64 4 1 138 34 35 0 1 70

CORNERS BY PRD Chattanooga Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 30 39 2 3 74 27 47 2 1 77


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Individual Game Highs

Team Game Highs

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Chattanooga - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS

4 4

Becca Smith vs Stetson (Sep 09) Becca Smith at Tennessee Tech (Aug 19)

GOALS

2 2

Becca Smith vs Stetson (Sep 09) Becca Smith at Tennessee Tech (Aug 19)

ASSISTS

2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Donna-Kay Henry vs Lipscomb (Sep 02) Donna-Kay Henry vs Georgia Southern (Oct 21) Kelsey Swann at Appalachian State (Oct 16) Becca Smith at Western Carolina (Oct 14) Donna-Kay Henry at Western Carolina (Oct 14) Donna-Kay Henry at Wofford (10/9/11) Becca Smith vs Furman (Oct 06)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Donna-Kay Henry vs Furman (Oct 06) Crystal Mackezyk vs Furman (Oct 06) Andi Argueta vs Coll. of Charleston (Oct 02) Andria Aurand vs Coll. of Charleston (Oct 02) Crystal Mackezyk vs The Citadel (Sep 30) Becca Smith at UNCG (Sep 24) Becca Smith vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) Donna-Kay Henry vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) Donna-Kay Henry vs Stetson (Sep 09) Kelly Crew vs Stetson (Sep 09) Becca Smith vs Lipscomb (Sep 02) Kelly Crew vs Gardner-Webb (Aug 28)

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

SHOTS

10 7 7 7 7

Becca Smith vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) Donna-Kay Henry at Samford (Oct 26) Becca Smith at Appalachian State (Oct 16) Crystal Mackezyk vs JSU (09-11-11) Becca Smith vs Stetson (Sep 09)

SHOTS ON GOAL 5 Becca Smith at Appalachian State (Oct 16) 4 Donna-Kay Henry vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) 4 Becca Smith vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) 4 Crystal Mackezyk vs Lipscomb (Sep 02) SAVES

18 13

Taylor Mangrum vs JSU (09-11-11) Taylor Mangrum vs Davidson (Oct 23)

9 8 8 3 3 3 3 3 3 23 21 11 10 18 13 11 9 17 13

vs Furman (Oct 06) at Western Carolina (Oct 14) vs Stetson (Sep 09) at Western Carolina (Oct 14) vs Furman (Oct 06) vs Stetson (Sep 09) vs Gardner-Webb (Aug 28) vs Furman (Oct 06) vs Lipscomb (Sep 02) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) vs Stetson (Sep 09) vs Stetson (Sep 09) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) vs Jacksonville State (Sep 11) vs Davidson (Oct 23) at Appalachian State (Oct 16) vs Stetson (Sep 09) vs Stetson (Sep 09) at Wofford (Oct 9)

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

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vs Austin Peay (Aug 21) vs Jacksonville State (Sep 11) vs Davidson (Oct 23) at Samford (Oct 26) vs Austin Peay (Aug 21) vs Jacksonville State (Sep 11) at UNCG (Sep 24) vs The Citadel (Sep 30) at Appalachian State (Oct 16) vs Georgia Southern (Oct 21) vs Davidson (Oct 23) at Samford (Oct 26) at Tennessee Tech (Aug 19) vs Austin Peay (Aug 21) vs Jacksonville State (Sep 11) at Elon (Sep 26) vs Davidson (Oct 23) at Samford (Oct 26) vs Coll. of Charleston (Oct 02) at Elon (Sep 26) at UNCG (Sep 24) at Tennessee Tech (Aug 19) at Elon (Sep 26) vs Coll. of Charleston (Oct 02) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 16) vs Stetson (Sep 09) at Western Carolina (Oct 14) at Tennessee Tech (Aug 19) vs Furman (Oct 06) at Elon (Sep 26) vs The Citadel (Sep 30)


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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. 2011......31 4. 2009......30 2002......30

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. 2011......20

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. 2011......82 5. 1999......79

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

Donna-Kay Henry, a three-time All-Conference performer, holds the UTC record for goals in a game with four vs. USC Upstate and points with eight in the same game.

Individual Season Records SCORING RECORDS Points 1. Becca Smith, 2011....................37 2. Diana Jallo, 2003......................33 3. Diana Jallo, 2004......................32 4. Becca Smith, 2009....................28 5. Brooke Crandall, 2003..............23 6. Donna-Kay Henry, 2009............22 Maya Peel, 2004.......................22 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2004..............22 9. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010............20 Dusty Griffy, 2002......................20 Goals 1. Becca Smith, 2011....................16 Diana Jallo, 2003......................16 3. Diana Jallo, 2004......................13 4. Becca Smith, 2009.................... 11 5. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010..............9 Donna-Kay Henry, 2009..............9 Brooke Crandall, 2003................9 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2004................9 Jolene Johnston, 1996................9 10. 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. Donna-Kay Henry, 2011..............8 4. Lauren Wilson, 2010...................6 Becca Smith, 2009......................6 Amelie Fogelberg, 2003..............6 Tirza Ridgely, 2004.....................6 Diana Jallo, 2004........................6 9. Becca Smith, 2011......................5 Oddbjorg Haugen, 2000..............5 Diana Jallo, 2002........................5 Brooke Crandall, 2003................5 Shots attempted 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. Becca Smith, 2011....................76 7. Brooke Crandall, 2003..............65 8. Donna-Kay Henry, 2010............60 Oddbjorg Haugen, 2001............60 10. Diana Jallo, 2002......................58

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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.

GOALKEEPING RECORDS Saves 1. Iva English, 1996....................253 2. Stacey Matthiessen, 2006.......146 3. Taylor Mangrum, 2011............134 Iva English, 1997....................134 5. Milla Junni, 2007.....................130 6. Allie Preston, 2008..................128 7. Taylor Mangrum, 2010............ 118 8. Rawlslyn Ray, 2000................103 9. Rawlslyn Ray, 2002................102 10. Rawlslyn Ray, 2001..................80 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. Taylor Mangrum, 2011................3 Stacey Matthiessen, 2005...........3 9. Milla Junni, 2007.........................2 Rawlslyn Ray, 1999....................2


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Individual Career Records SCORING (CAREER)

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

Diana Jallo (37g 13a), 2002-05........................87 Donna-Kay Henry, (31g, 16a), 2008-11............78 Becca Smith (30g, 14a), 2009-11.....................74 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 Pam Malinowski (12g 10a), 1999-02................34 Carla Titizian (15g 3a), 1997-00.......................33 Oddbjorg Haugen (9g 9a), 2000-01..................27

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

Diana Jallo, 2002-05.........................................37 Donna-Kay Henry, 2008-11..............................31 Becca Smith, 2009-11.......................................30 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2002-05.................................22 Brooke Crandall, 2001-03.................................17 Gretchen Cross, 1996-99.................................16 Carla Titizian, 1997-00......................................15 Jolene Johnston, 1996-97................................13 Pam Malinowski, 1999-02.................................12 Maya Peel, 2003-05..........................................11

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

Maya Peel, 2003-05..........................................18 Donna-Kay Henry, 2008-11..............................16 Becca Smith, 2009-10......................................14 Meghan Chismark, 2004...................................13 Diana Jallo, 2002-05.........................................13 Pam Malinowski, 1999-02.................................10 Barbara Wallace, 1996-99................................10 Elfa Erlingsdottir, 2002-05.................................10 Tirza Ridgely, 2002-04........................................9 Melyna Valdez, 2003-05.....................................9 Oddbjorg Haugen, 2000-01................................9

Shots attempted 1. Diana Jallo (37 goals), 2002-05......................375 2. Donna-Kay Henry, (31 goals), 2008-10..........213 3. Becca Smith (30 goals), 2009-10...................194 4. Elfa Erlingsdottir (22 goals), 2002-05.............167 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 Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

GOALKEEPING (CAREER) Iva English (157 GA), 1996-98.......................462 Stacey Matthiessen (61 GA), 2003-06............356 Rawlslyn Ray (121 GA), 1999-02...................354 Taylor Mangrum (32 GA), 2010......................252 Milla Junni, (55 GA), 2007..............................130 Allie Preston (49 GA), 2008............................128 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

7. 9. 10.

Allie Preston, 2008.........................................2.41 KC Wolff, 1999...............................................2.41 Courtney Woytowicz, 2001............................2.46 Katie O’Donnell, 2003....................................2.59

Most wins 1. Stacey Matthiessen (27-19-4), 2003-06...........30 2. Rawlslyn Ray (10-17-2), 1999-02.....................10 3. Taylor Mangrum (8-20-4) 2010-11......................8 4. Taylor Davidson (7-8-1), 2009-10.......................7 5. Iva English (6-32-0), 1996-98.............................6 6. Allie Preston (5-14-1) 2008.................................5 7. Milla Junni (2-12-2) 2007....................................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 Most shutouts 1. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003-06...........................15 2. Rawlslyn Ray, 1999-02.....................................14 3. Taylor Mangrum, 2010-11...................................4 4. Taylor Davidson, 2009........................................4 5. Allie Preston, 2008..............................................4 6. Milla Junni, 2007.................................................2 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. Donna-Kay Henry - 2008-11.............................69 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

Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. Sydney Dewberry, 2009.................................0.75 2. Emily Cornett, 2004-05..................................0.96 3. Stacey Matthiessen, 2003-06........................1.23 4. Taylor Davidson, 2009...................................1.66 Rawlslyn Ray, 1999-02..................................2.09 6. Taylor Mangrum, 2010...................................2.23

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2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER Individual Game Records Most points 8 points 1. Donna-Kay Henry; USC Upstate; 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. UAH; 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 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. Ga. 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

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All-Time Series Records

Meeting All-Time

Opponent

W-L-T

Alabama

1-4

2001 2010 4-17

Alabama A&M

3-2

2002

Alabama-Birmingham

0-1

1996 1996 0-8

1-0

1997 1997 4-1

Alabama-Huntsville Appalachian State

First

Last Scoring 2011 13-8

3-12-3

1996

2011 20-39

Arkansas State

3-0

2002

2006 8-1

Auburn

0-1

2001 2001 0-6

Austin Peay

3-3

2002

Belmont

0-5

1997 2007 1-12

1-0

2005

2005 1-0

6-3-1

2001

2011 25-8

Charleston Southern The Citadel Clemson

2011 9-12

0-1

2005 2005 1-4

Coastal Carolina

0-2

2002

College of Charleston

2-14

1996

2011 13-50

Covenant College

0-1

1996

1996 0-2

Davidson

1-16-1

1996

2011 15-54

East Tennessee State

5-3-1

1997

2004 12-11

Eastern Kentucky

2005 1-5

1-1-1

2006

2008 3-3

Elon

4-5

2003

2011 20-29

Furman

0-18

1996 2011 9-70

Gardner-Webb

1-1-1

2009 2011 4-4

Georgia Southern

5-10-2

1996

2011 22-44

0-2

1996

1997 2-12

Georgia State High Point

0-1-1

2007

2008 0-3

Indiana State

1-0

2000

2000 3-1

Jacksonville

1-2

1996 2008 4-6

Jacksonville State

2-3-1

1999

2011 6-12

Lincoln Memorial

0-1

1997

1997 1-2

Lipscomb

3-2

2007 2011 8-4

Memphis

0-2

1997 1998 1-5

Mercer

3-0

2002 2004 6-0

Miami (Ohio)

0-1

2010

2010 1-2

2-1-1

1996

1999 6-4

Middle Tennessee Mississippi

0-1

1998 1998 0-8

Mississippi State

0-4

1996

2001 1-23

Morehead State

3-1

1999

2004 15-4

Murray State

0-1

2000

2000 1-2

Nicholls State

1-0

1999

1999 4-2

Radford

1-4

1996 1999 3-21

Samford

1-6

1998 2011 9-14

South Carolina State

1-0

2004

2004 13-0

Southeast Louisiana

0-0-1

1999

1999 2-2

Stetson Tennessee

1-0

2011 2011 3-2

0-4

1996 2010 1-34

Tennessee-Martin

5-2-1

1998

2006 23-16

Tennessee Tech

11-4

1997

2011 32-20

Troy

1-0

2002 2002 2-1

0-1

2007

2007 1-6

3-12-1

1997

2011 12-51

UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro USC-Upstate Vanderbilt

2-0

2009 2010 9-0

0-2

2001 2003 1-6

Western Carolina

3-7-3

1999

2011 16-25

Wofford

2-11-3

1997

2011 17-37


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER All-Time Letterwinners

SoCon Accolades All-Conference Selections First Team Donna-Kay “DK” Henry...........2010, 2011 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 Becca Smith......................................2011 All-Freshman Team Becca Smith..................................... 2009 Crystal Mackezyk..............................2011 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 Becca Smith..........................................2011 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

AAAAA Katie Adams.................................................... 2003-04 Serena Allen.................................................. 2007-010 Tori Ames......................................................... 1996-97 Andi Argueta..........................................................2011 Tiffin Ashworth...................................................... 1999 Andria Aurand.................................................. 2010-11 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 Kelly Crew.............................................................2011 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.............................................. 2010-11 Iva English....................................................... 1996-98 Elfa Erlingsdottir.............................................. 2002-05 FFFFF Shelbey Farmer.....................................................2011 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

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Abby Lee..................................................... 1998-2001 Autumn Long............................................... 1997-2000 Whitney Lowe....................................................... 2007 Valerie Lozano................................................. 1996-97 MMMMM Jessica Mack................................................... 2004-06 Crystal Mackezyk..................................................2011 Susanne Mader............................................... 2008-09 Pam Malinowski.......................................... 1999-2002 Taylor Mangrum............................................... 2010-11 Emma Mason........................................................2011 Stacey Matthiessen......................................... 2003-06 Jessica Mayo........................................................ 2010 Ann McBride......................................................... 1997 Ashley Meagher.............................................. 2001-04 Mary Lauren Mesich.................................... 1998-2000 Jordan Middleton.........................................2008, 2011 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................................................... 2009-11 Morgan Shelton.................................................... 2008 Brandie Skipworth................................................ 2006 Hayley Sloan................................................... 2009-10 Becca Smith.................................................... 2009-11 Jennifer Smith...................................................... 1998 Elizabeth Southall................................................. 2006 Emily Stack........................................................... 2005 Jennifer Strasser............................................. 1996-97 Lauren Stewart................................................ 2007-08 Kelsey Swann.................................................. 2009-11 TTTTT Lena Thornquist............................................... 2001-02 Carla Titizian................................................ 1997-2000 Kerbi Towry...................................................... 2010-11 Heather Trumbo.............................................. 2009-10 VVVVV Melyna Valdez................................................. 2003-06 Becky VanHorn......................................................2011 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................................................. 2009-11 K.C. Wolff............................................................. 1999 Courtney Woytowicz............................................. 2001


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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 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: 136-147-21 School Overall: 77-117-18 SoCon: 33-79-13

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

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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 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 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 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 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.


2012 CHATTANOOGA SOCCER 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

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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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 2011: Record: 6-10-2; 1-9-1 SoCon Date Opponent Result Aug. 19 at Tennessee Tech W, 2-1 Aug. 21 Austin Peay L, 0-4 Aug. 28 Gardner-Webb TO2, 3-3 Sept. 2 Lipscomb W, 2-0 Sept. 9 $ vs. Stetson WOT, 3-2 Sept. 11 $ vs. Jacksonville St. W, 1-0 Sept. 16 Alabama A&M W, 2-1 Sept. 23 *at UNCG L, 1-6 Sept. 25 *at Elon L, 2-8 Sept. 30 *The Citadel L, 1-2 Oct. 2 *College of Charleston L, 2-3 Oct. 6 *Furman LOT, 3-4 Oct. 9 *at Wofford LO2, 2-3 Oct. 14 *at Western Carolina W, 3-0 Oct. 16 *at Appalachian State TO2, 1-1 Oct. 21 *Georgia Southern L, 1-2 Oct. 23 *Davidson LOT, 1-2 Oct. 26 *at Samford L, 1-2 *SoCon game; Home games at Finley Stadium; $Border Classic, Boiling Springs, N.C


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. Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others. Premier Service: We work together to take care of people. 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 best-intentioned 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!

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ACADEMICALLY • Over last 10 semesters, the studentathlete grade point average has risen from 2.51 (Spring 2007) to 2.97. • 57 student-athletes earned degrees in 2011-12. • 59 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic All-Southern Conference Teams. ATHLETICALLY • Three teams won SoCon titles in 2011-12, wrestling, men’s golf and women’s golf. Seven teams - women’s basketball (WNIT), men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling, men’s and women’s golf and softball competed in postseason play. • Individually, the Mocs had three AllAmericans, two SoCon Athletes of the Year, seven SoCon Champions, three SoCon Freshmen of the Year and one SoCon Coach of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 36 All-SoCon honors, while 18 student-athletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams. SOCIALLY • The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, 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 student-athletes 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 Go Blue Be Gold football game against Jacksonville State , the Black Out men’s basketball game against Furman, Phillip D. Glass donning a football helmet for the second year in a row and having the No. 2 rated football media guide in the nation.


WHAT’S A MOC? THE EVOLUTION OF THE MASCOT

THE ANSWER For more than a decade, this question has puzzled many fans and observers of Chattanooga Athletics. The UTC Athletics Department changed logos in 1997, moving away from Native American imagery to a package of logos using railroad images, the nickname “Mocs,” and the Scrappy mascot. The new package emphasized UTC’s connection to Chattanooga and the city’s railroad heritage and incorporated the Tennessee state bird. The term “Moc” is short for “Mockingbird.” Mockingbirds are fiercely territorial creatures which protect their Introduced in 2008, the new-look homes with courage, deter- Scrappy has a sharper and more modern feel, mirroring the growth and immination and skill. Those attri- age of UTC Athletics. butes reflect the intellect, spirit and character of UTC studentathletes and alumni. A Moc is a champion on the playing surface, in the classroom and, most importantly, in life. SCRAPPY Named after legendary football coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore, Scrappy, the Chattanooga mascot, is a fixture for the Mocs. A re-design in 2008 puts Scrappy in the image of the State Bird of Tennessee, a mockingbird. The mockingbird is known as a fierce protector of its nest and environment. It is sometimes seen swooping down on a dog, cat or predator that may be venturing too close to the bird’s protected territory. Once described by “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon as “a sledgehammer wielding mockingbird with a heart of Blue & Gold,” Scrappy symbolizes that competitive passion.

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WHY MOCS?

Faced with politically sensitive issues and in need of a stronger core identity to help establish a strong brand as Chattanooga’s Team, the athletics department embarked on a comprehensive identity program in 1996. A new direction for the athletics identity was determined, moving away from the politically incorrect Native American Indian imagery. Several identities have been used in the past. With the old nickname “Moccasins,” a snake was used in the 1920s and an Indian was used until the year of major change in 1996. A moccasin shoe was even used in the 1980s. In 1996, it was decided to adopt the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird, as the core of the new identity, while incorporating the strong regional imagery of Chattanooga’s vast railroad history. The mascot “Scrappy” was born and a new emphasis was placed on the athletics department’s role in the The “Power C” logo is the primary mark of Chattanooga Mocs Athletics. region. The committee also recognized the need for the word “Chattanooga” to have a great emphasis in the logo. The nickname “Moccasins” was shortened to simply “Mocs.” Thus established, Chattanooga could rebuild its athletics programs and initiatives around this new identity. And rebuild it did. Quickly establishing the identity program in February 1997, combined with tremendous success in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, UTC had positioned itself to reach for the next level. From 1997 to 2007, the primary logo was the mascot, Scrappy, riding a train. The secondary logo features the front of a train with the word Mocs built into the logo. This logo is affectionately called the “Cowcatcher logo,” referring to the front lower grill of the train that helped push objects from the train tracks. In August 2007, officials at Chattanooga updated the school’s marks. A new C logo, the “Power C” as it has become known to fans and alums, was created as the primary mark and is emblazoned on the side of the football team’s helmets. The secondary marks were updated with a more modern look, and a new font, unique to the school, is now used on the text areas of the logos and marks. In September 2008, Scrappy was re-branded to better match the image of a mockingbird and reflect the rich tradition of our state, our city and our University. New marks of the head as well as a full body were released. The program has also been taking special efforts to stay true to its color palette— The Cowcatcher logo has been recentwhich includes navy blue and ly modified, but is still in use by UTC Athletics. old gold.


The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, 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 Capital One/ 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. 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 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.

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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 1936-77.


2012 WOMEN’S SOCCER DATE OPPONENT LOCATION Friday, Aug. 17 Tennessee Temple Finley Stadium Sunday, Aug. 19 Tennessee Tech Finley Stadium Sunday, Aug. 26 Alabama A&M Finley Stadium Friday, Aug. 31 at Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Sunday, Sept. 2 at Austin Peay Clarksville, Tenn. Friday, Sept. 7 at Gardner-Webb Boiling Springs, N.C. Friday, Sept. 21 • at Davidson Davidson, N.C. Sunday, Sept. 23 • at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. Thursday, Sept. 27 • Wofford Finley Stadium Sunday, Sept. 30 • at Furman Greenville, S.C. Friday, Oct. 5 • Appalachian State Finley Stadium Sunday, Oct. 7 • Western Carolina Finley Stadium Friday, Oct. 12 • at College of Charleston Charleston, S.C. Sunday, Oct. 14 • at The Citadel Charleston, S.C. Friday, Oct. 19 • Elon Finley Stadium Sunday, Oct. 21 • UNCG Finley Stadium Wednesday, Oct. 24 • Samford Finley Stadium Schedule is tentative and subject to change. All times Eastern. All home games in italics. All home games played at Finley Stadium. • Southern Conference opponent. Southern Conference Tournament hosted by Samford in Birmingham, Ala. First round Oct. 28 at home sites hosted by higher seed. Semifinal and Final played in Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 2, 4.


2012 Chattanooga Women's Soccer Media Guide