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2013 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE

CHOCTAWS WOMEN’S

SOCCER


ASHLEY GREENWAY 1992-2013

The Mississippi College Athletic Department was deeply saddened to announce the death of Ashley Greenway, 20, of Southaven, Miss., who passed away at a Jackson hospital on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013. A nursing major, MC junior and standout player on the Lady Choctaws softball and soccer teams, Ashley died at the Central Mississippi Medical Center emergency room after being rushed by ambulance soon after becoming ill in her residence hall room. Our thoughts and prayers will contiune to be with Ashley's family, friends and the entire Mississippi College community during this time of loss.

A memorial service and candlelight vigil was held on Wednesday, September 11th in Ashley’s honor. Students remembered Ashley in song, laughter and stories. The Lady Choctaw soccer team has dedicated the 2013 season to Ashley with the phrase, “All Out for Ash”. Ashley was a two-year player on the softball and soccer teams at Mississippi College. She played in 74 softball games, starting 63 over her career. Greenway had a career batting average of .283 with three doubles, one triple and 19 RBI. In 2013, she hit .279 and finished the season with 11 stolen bases.


QUICK FACTS THE BASICS

Location............................................ Clinton, MS 39058 Founded...................................................................1826 Affiliation........................................................... NCAA DIII Conference.....................................American Southwest Enrollment..............................................................5,000 School Colors............................................ Blue and Gold Nickname................................................ Lady Choctaws President...............................................Dr. Lee G. Royce Alma Mater...................................................... Vanderbilt Athletic Director............................................. Mike Jones Alma Mater....................................... Mississippi College Athletic Dept. Phone ............................. 601-925-3341

FACILITY INFORMATION

Facility................................. Robert P. Longabaugh Field Capacity..................................................................1,000 Surface...................................................... Natural Grass

TEAM HISTORY

2013 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT 08/24 Alumni Game 08/30 Principia 08/31 Washington U. 09/05 Delta State 09/10 Talladega College 09/13 Sewanee 09/14 Berry 09/17 Millsaps 09/22 Wiley 09/27 Mary Hardin-Baylor 09/28 Concordia Texas 10/03 Texas-Tyler 10/05 LeTourneau 10/11 Howard Payne 10/12 Hardin-Simmons 10/16 Birmingham-Southern 10/19 East Texas Baptist 10/24 Ozarks (AR) 10/26 Texas-Dallas 11/02 Louisiana College

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SERIES N/A 1st Meeting 1st Meeting MC, 1-0 1st Meeting SEW, 2-1 MC, 1-0 MC, 15-1-1 1st Meeting MC, 8-2 MC, 8-1-1 UTT, 7-4-2 MC, 19-2 MC, 4-3-1 HSU, 15-0-1 Tied, 1-1 MC, 15-4-1 MC, 18-2 UTD, 8-4-4 MC, 18-0

Bold indicates home game || HC indicates Homecoming || All Times are Central

First Year of Football............................................... 1997 All-Time Overall Record...................... 188-84-18 (.679)

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Overall Record............................................. 14-3-3 Home Record...............................................................5-2 Away Record............................................................ 8-1-1 ASC Record.............................................................. 9-2-1 ASC Finish................................................................... 3rd

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach...................................... Darryl Longabaugh Record at MC.................... 188-84-18 (.679) / 16 years Assistant Coach........................................Adam Johnson Graduate Assistant............................ Louise Arseneault Athletic Trainer...................................... Alicia Thornburg

SPORTS INFORMATION

Sports Information Director...................... David Nichols SID E-Mail..............................................nichols@mc.edu SID Phone................................................601-925-3234 SID Cell Phone......................................... 769-798-7143 SID Fax.....................................................601-925-3344 Graduate Assistant..................................Whitney Vance E-Mail.................................................. vwvance@mc.edu

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

MEDIA INFORMATION

GENERAL INFO

2012 SEASON REVIEW

2013 Quick Facts..................................... 1 Table of Contents..................................... 2 Media Information.................................... 2 Athletic Director........................................ 3 Staff Directory.......................................4-5 Robert P. Longabaugh Field.................... 6 Williams Strength Center......................... 7 Athletic Training........................................ 8

Overview.................................................34 Results....................................................34 Team Statistics................................. 34-35 Individual Statistics................................35 Goalkeeper Statistics.............................35 Detailed Results.....................................36 Individual Leaders..................................36

2013 SEASON PREVIEW

The ASC...................................................38 Preseason Release................................38 Preseason Poll........................................38 Preseason Players of the Year...............38 2012 Standings.....................................39 2012 All-ASC Teams..............................39 2012 Team Statistics.............................40 2012 Individual Statistics..................... 41 ASC All-Time Record Book.....................42

Season Outlook......................................10 Forwards.................................................10 Midfield...................................................10 Defenders...............................................10 Goalkeepers...........................................11 Numerical Roster...................................11 Alphabetical Roster................................11 Positional Breakdown............................12 Classification Breakdown......................12 Roster by Location.................................12 Preseason Notebook.............................13 Preseason Honors..................................13

COACHING STAFF Darryl Longabaugh.................................16 Adam Johnson........................................ 17 Louise Arseneault.................................. 17

THE ASC

HISTORY/RECORD BOOK Career Records.......................................44 Single Season Records..........................45 All-Conference Performers.....................46 Team Records.........................................46 Series Records.......................................46 All-Time Results...................................... 47

THE LADY CHOCTAWS Caitlin Chapman.....................................20 Melanie Benner......................................20 Brianna Blackwell..................................21 Kaileigh Hunt..........................................21 Janyl Iganda............................................22 Moira Kelly..............................................22 Allison Kiss.............................................23 Kaitlyn Kiss.............................................23 Macey Lee..............................................24 Nicole McKissack...................................24 Lauren Prescott......................................25 Nikki Rhea..............................................25 Stephanie Stapleton..............................26 Stacy Swezey..........................................26 Alex Vohs.................................................27 Caitlyn Andrews......................................27 Savannah Carpenter..............................28 Meghan Dodge.......................................28 Becca Dupuy..........................................29 Kelly O’Mahoney.....................................29 Melissa Roberson..................................30 Simone Willis..........................................30 Newcomers.............................................31

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DAVID NICHOLS

WHITNEY VANCE

ASSISTANT A.D. ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

GRADUATE ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION

INTERVIEW REQUESTS To request an interview with Coach Longabaugh or any assistant coaches, do so by contacting the SID via email or by phone at 601-925-3234. Coaches are available to the media but not during practice. Once practice is completed, all requests can be filled. On Choctaw game days, coaches and players are available following a ten minute cooling off period. No interviews can be conducted on game days prior to the game. Phone interviews with players and coaches are also possible by contacting the SID. The best time to request a player or coach for a phone interview is in the morning.

OFFICE OF SPORTS INFORMATION The Mississippi College Office of Sports Information is located in the upper level of A. E. Wood Coliseum. A. E. Wood Coliseum, also known as the “Golden Dome”, is one of the most recognizable structures in the Clinton community. The office is the first door on the right after entering the office hallway.

MESSAGE TO THE MEDIA We hope that this publication is useful to you as you cover Mississippi College this season. All efforts have been made to include information within these pages that you might find useful in covering the Choctaws. If further information is needed then please don’t hesitate to contact me directly so that request can be made. Also be aware that all Choctaw home games and most MC home athletic events are digitally photographed and photographs are immediately available upon request. We appreciate all of your efforts to cover the Choctaws and we look forward to working with you this season. Sincerely, David Nichols, Sports Information Director

MEDIA SERVICES Pre-game notes or media guides are available upon request. Game notes are released electronically on the Mississippi College website periodically. They are also distributed to the media through email.

CREDENTIAL REQUESTS REID VANCE

AARON BOERSMA

DIRECTOR OF BROADCASTING

ATHLETICS PHOTOGRAPHER

To request a credential or interview, do so by contacting the SID via email (nichols@mc.edu) or by phone at 601-925-3234. Credentials must be requested 24 hours in advance.

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Mike

lege Coach of the Year in 1986 an 1988. On October 16, 1996, the Copiah-Lincoln community game Jones the ultimate honor; they inducted him into their 1996 Sports Hall of Fame Class.

JONES

Athletic Director jones01@mc.edu Mike Jones is stepping into his 13th season as the full-time athletic director after an incredibly successful basketball career at MC. Jones returned to his position as the full-time athletic director in 2008 after stepping down as head coach of the men’s basketball program following the 2007-08 season. During his 20-year coaching career, including sixteen seasons at MC, the Hall of Fame coach put together a career record of 436-130 (.770). As athletic director, Jones has helped build one of the top athletic departments in the American Southwest Conference. In 12 years overseeing the athletics department, he has given all of MC’s programs an opportunity for success with improved facilities through fund-raising. In the 2009-10 season, every MC athletics team qualified for postseason play, and all but two teams had winning records. Under his leadership, the athletics department was able to raise over one million dollars for the addition of an artificial playing surface to the football field and new surrounding track facility. Under his watch, a new soccer complex was constructed in 2005 and a new fieldhouse was constructed in 2011. Major renovations were also made to A.E. Wood Coliseum in 2008. Coach Jones helped raise over $160,000 at the MC Athletics Dinner in 2012, where former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz was the keynote speaker. The Athletics Dinner has hosted speakers such as Gene Stallings, Oakland A’s outfielder Seth Smith, Robert Khayat, Sylvester Croom, Mike Bianco, and Jeff Brantley. After a four-year hiatus, Coach Jones returned to the bench for two seasons from 2006-08 where his Choctaws compiled a 46-9 record overall and a 35-5 conference mark. In the ‘06-’07 season, Jones led MC to a third consecutive ASC Championship and a trip to the “Sweet Sixteen” of the NCAA Division III Tournament. In his first round as head coach of the Choctaws, Jones led MC to 14 consecutive winning seasons overall, including five straight NCAA Tournament appearances at his alma mater. Jones led MC to four ASC championships in 1998, 1999, 2002, and 2007. In the 2007 season, the Choctaws reached as high as a #3 national ranking. Coach Jones earned three ASC Coach of the Year honors in 1998, 1999, and 2007, and his players consistently appeared on the All-Conference and All-Academic teams at the end of the season. Emphasizing defense, the Choctaws led the ASC in scoring and field goal percentage defense in 2007. Mike made the move to Mississippi College following a four-year stint at Copiah-Lincoln Community College where he dominated the state and earned national prestige. During his tenure, Jones’ teams were consistently ranked in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Top-Twenty Poll. He took teams to the National Junior College Tournament where the 1988 team finished seventh. His teams were State Junior College Champions in 1998 and were two-time Region 23 Champions.

Jones’ coaching success took no one by surprise after his stellar background as an assistant. Before going to Co-Lin, Jones spent eight seasons as an assistant at the University of Southern Mississippi. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Education at Mississippi College in 1975, Jones served as a graduate assistant at MC and was responsible for all scouting and recruiting. He later received a Master of Education in School Administration in 1977. Mike is the son of Juanita Bridges of New Hebron, MS, and is married to Jane Jones of New Hebron. They have two children, a son Michael and a daughter Mandy. Michael is married to their daughter-in-law Amy. Mandy is married to their son-in-law Taylor Sisson. Coach Jones has four grandchildren, Zach, Ansley Kate, Will and Charlotte.

MC Athletics Mission Statement The philosophy of intercollegiate athletics at Mississippi College is inherent to, and compatible with, the vision statement of Mississippi College. The vision statement reads: “Mississippi College seeks to be a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.” Intercollegiate athletics is one way the university provides activities and an environment which stimulate the intellectual, spiritual, social, emotional and physical development of its students. It is in keeping with the vision of Mississippi College that the Board of Trustees voted in March 1995 for the university to become a member of Division III of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the fall of 1997. Mississippi College is committed to the NCAA Division III Philosophy Statement: “Colleges and universities in Division III place highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience and on the successful completion of all students’ academic programs. They seek to establish and maintain an environment in which a student-athlete’s activities are conducted as an integral part of the student-athlete’s educational experience. They also seek to establish and maintain an environment that values cultural diversity and gender equity among their student-athletes and athletics staff.” Intercollegiate athletics at Mississippi College are committed to adhering to the letter and spirit of rules and regulations of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the American Southwest Conference (ASC).

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STAFF DIRECTORY

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BUTCH ARD

LOUISE ARSENEAULT

JAKE BELL

TROY BEST

EMILY BORDENAVE

DAVID BOTELER

CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK HEAD COACH 601-925-7653 BARD@MC.EDU

WOMEN’S SOCCER GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-7368

BASEBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3353 JBELL@MC.EDU

SOFTBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3361 OHAIR@MC.EDU

CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-7653

TENNIS HEAD COACH 601-925-3959 DBOTELER@MC.EDU

JOSH BROOKS

MEGAN COLVIN

PETER COSMIANO

HOLLI DAWSON

PAUL ALLEN DUKE

LAURYN HAMRICK

MEN’S BASKETBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3365 JBROOKS@MC.EDU

SOFTBALL GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3361

VOLLEYBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3357 COSMIANO@MC.EDU

ATHLETIC TRAINING GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-7362

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3360 DUKE@MC.EDU

VOLLEYBALL GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3357

BRIAN HARRIS

GERALD HASSELMAN

CORKY HOUGHTON

KEVIN JOHNS

ADAM JOHNSON

NORMAN JOSEPH

FOOTBALL WIDE RECEIVERS 601-925-3805

CHAIR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC COMMITTEE 601-925-3408 GHASSELM@MC.EDU

FOOTBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3868 CHOUGHTO@MC.EDU

MEN’S SOCCER HEAD COACH 601-925-3934 KJOHNS@MC.EDU

WOMEN’S SOCCER ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-7640 AGJOHNSON@MC.EDU

FOOTBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3347 NJOSEPH@MC.EDU

MIKE KELLY

MICHAEL LANDRUM

DON LOFTON

DARRYL LONGABAUGH

DAVID MADDREN

ANESIA MCBRIDE

FOOTBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-7648 MJKELLY@MC.EDU

MEN’S BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT MANAGER

MEN’S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3364 DLOFTON@MC.EDU

WOMEN’S SOCCER HEAD COACH 601-925-3892 LONGABAU@MC.EDU

MEN’S SOCCER ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-7639 MADDREN@MC.EDU

CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3363 AJMCBRIDE@MC.EDU

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STAFF DIRECTORY

JOHN MCMATH

SUSAN MUSSELWHITE

BROOKE O’HAIR

BRIAN OWENS

JOSH PEREZ

BETHANY PIGOTT

GOLF HEAD COACH 601-925-3810 JMCMATH@MC.EDU

ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR COMPLIANCE / SWA 601-925-3362 MUSSELWH@MC.EDU

SOFTBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3361 OHAIR@MC.EDU

BASEBALL HEAD COACH 601-925-3346 OWENS@MC.EDU

BASEBALL GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3353

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 601-925-7078 PIGOTT@MC.EDU

JUSTIN PIGOTT

BLAKE PURVIS

ZACH ROGEL

CAMILLE ROSS

SPENCER SEGREST

JASMINE SIMIEN

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 601-925-7O78 JPIGOTT@MC.EDU

FOOTBALL RUNNING BACKS 601-925-3805

FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE BACKS 601-925-3805

CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3368 CNROSS@MC.EDU

MEN’S BASKETBALL GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3365

ATHLETIC TRAINING GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-7362

JOURDAN SMITH

ROD SMITH

JALESSA TAYLOR

ALICIA THORNBURG

GRADY TURMAN

MISSA TURMAN

TENNIS GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3959

FOOTBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3869 RSMITH2@MC.EDU

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-3363

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER 601-925-7361 THORNBUR@MC.EDU

HEAD OF TRANSPORTATION 601-925-3806 GTURMAN@MC.EDU

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 601-925-3341 TURMAN@MC.EDU

MATT VERRET

ZACH WILKERSON

TOM WILLIAMS

ANDREA WILSON

TIM YANCY

CORY YORK

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER 601-925-3345 VERRET@MC.EDU

FOOTBALL ASSISTANT COACH 601-925-3343 ZWILKERSON@MC.EDU

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE 601-925-3844 TWILLIAMS@MC.EDU

ATHLETIC TRAINING GRADUATE ASSISTANT 601-925-7362

EQUIPMENT COORDINATOR 601-925-3806 YANCY@MC.EDU

FOOTBALL TIGHT ENDS 601-925-3805 YORK@MC.EDU

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ROBERT P. LONGABAUGH FIELD and GIRLING FIELD HOUSE Robert P. Longabaugh Field was opened in 2006 and serves as the men and women’s soccer game field. The playing surface is natural grass and the facility is equipped with covered team benches and scorer’s table, concessions and restroom facilities. Bleacher seating is available as well as lots of open areas that are suitable for lawn chairs on top of the hill on the south end of the facility. The facility was made possible through the generous contributions of Jewell Longabaugh in memory of her late husband Robert P. Longabaugh who “loved life an loved Mississippi College”. Mr. Longabaugh was the father of Head Coach Darryl Longabaugh, the only coach in the history of the women’s soccer program. Beginning at the end of 2010, construction was started on the Robert G.W. Girling III Field House. The facility is one of the top soccer facilities in the country with a locker room for the men’s and women’s teams. The building also has three coaches offices, a media room, laundry facilities, and an athletic training room. The fieldhouse was made possible by the generous donations of the Girling family and other friends and family of the Choctaw programs.

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Charles and Aline Williams Strength Center Mississippi College boasts one of the premier strength facilities in the country among Division III universities. The Charles and Aline Williams Strength Center has more than 5,000 square feet of working area and provides Choctaw athletes with top of the line equipment necessary to the success of an athletics program. The facility was originally furnished with state of the art strength equipment made possible by the donation of Mrs. Aline Williams in memory of her husband Charles H. Williams. In 2011, the strength center underwent a renovation as new equipment was brought in throughout the building. The strength center contains the latest and best equipment such as Hammer strength equipment, three power clean platforms, rubberized dumbbells for Olympic lifts, three squat racks, cardiovascular equipment, and numerous other machines for use by all Mississippi college student athletes. The strength center is located adjacent to Robinson-Hale stadium and provides a deck overlooking the football field for recruiting visits. The field can also be seen from inside the weight room with wall to wall windows on three sides of the facility.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

Matt

VERRET Head Athletic Trainer verret@mc.edu Matt Verret enters his seventh year at Mississippi College as the head athletic trainer. Verret is responsible for overseeing 16 different schoolsponsored sports. Verret joined the staff at Mississippi College after a one year stint as the assistant athletic trainer at Louisiana College where he also served as the men’s basketball strength coach. Verret worked primarily with football and men’s basketball while with the Wildcats. Verret brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Choctaw staff. Prior to his work at Louisiana College, Verret worked one year as the head athletic trainer at Bishop MacNamara High School of the Chicago Catholic League through the Orthopedic Associates of Kankakee. He also spent two years as the head athletic trainer with the Columbus River Dragons of the NBA D-League. There he worked under head coach and former Mississippi State All-American, Jeff Malone. As a graduate assistant, Verret worked 1 1/2 years at Mississippi State University as the primary trainer for the softball program. He received his Master of Science degree in Sport Administration at MSU after receiving his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. While at LSU, he worked as a student assistant with the Tigers’ athletic training staff. Verret also has experience as an intern athletic trainer with the Chicago Bears of the National Football League and as a staff athletic trainer with the Manning Passing Academy. He is certified as an athletic trainer through the NATABOC and a performance enhancement specialist through the NASM.

Alicia

THORNBURG Assistant Athletic Trainer thornbur@mc.edu

Holli Dawson

jasmine Simien

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Andrea Wilson Graduate Assistant

STUDENT ASSISTANTS

Justin Cardwell Geroid Cahmbliss Brandon Curry Kelsey Houghton Fred Perry Tyler Thomas

Alicia Thornburg enters her second season as the Assistant Athletic Trainer at Mississippi College. Thornburg spent the last two years as a graduate assistant in the department. Alicia will be the main contact for the women's soccer and men's and women's basketball teams. In her two years as a G.A., she spent time working with the men's soccer team and the men's and women's tennis squads. Prior to her time at Mississippi College, Alicia attended the University of Toledo for one year. She earned her Emergency Medical Technician - Basic degree from the H. Councill Thenholm State Technical College in 2008. Thornburg earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2007. She is also a member of the National and Mississippi Athletic Training Associations. Alicia is originally from Mantachie, MS. She is married to Robert Thornburg and is the daughter of Mark and Debbie Hopper. She is a member of Morrison Heights Baptist Church and a volunteer at the food pantry called Second Harvest.

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Pushing the starters for playing time are freshmen Brittney Burke, Sara Hodges, and Madison Leonard. Burke will look to split time between forward and midfield. The Metairie, La. native earned a First Team All-District Team selection in 2012, a Second Team All-District Team selection in 2009 and 2010, and was a part of the 2010 State Championship team. Hodges earned All-Conference Team selections in soccer and basketball while playing at Timothy Christian High School in Elmhurst, Ill.

Season Outlook SEASON OUTLOOK

The Mississippi College women’s soccer team finished the 2012 season with an overall record of 14-3-3 that included shutouts in 10 of the 20 games. The Lady Choctaws finished 9-2-1 in the conference to earn a bid to the American Southwest Conference Tournament for the 10th time in 11 years. After a 2-0 win over East Texas Baptist, the Lady Choctaws fell to Texas-Tyler in a shootout in the semifinals. “Right now we are a little stressed over the amount of injuries on the team,” said Coach Darryl Longabaugh about the upcoming season. “As we move forward, we are worried about some of our key starters with injuries, but confident that there is enough time for them to recuperate before conference play begins.”

FORWARDS The front line is looking solid under the leadership of junior Macey Lee. Lee was recently named ASC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year after ranking third in the league with 14 points and seven assists. The Pearl, Miss. native scored game-winning goals against Berry, Howard Payne, LeTourneau, and East Texas Baptist (ASC Tournament game). She earned a First Team All-ASC selection and received ASC All-Academic Honors. Caitlin Chapman, the only senior for the Lady Choctaws, and fellow junior Kaitlyn Kiss are returning to the forward position, as well. Chapman played in 19 games last season and tallied six goals on the year, including a hat trick in a 10-1 win over the Ozarks. The Seminole, Fla. native also earned ASC All-Academic Honors. Kiss ranked fourth in the conference with eight assists and recorded six goals, four of which were game-winners. The Lake Mary, Fla. native earned a Second Team All-ASC selection.

DEFENDERS

Caitlin Chapman Also returning for the Lady Choctaws are sophomores Becca Dupuy and Simone Willis. Dupuy (West Monroe, La.) saw action in 16 games last season and assisted on four goals. Willis (West Monroe, La.) played in 12 games as a freshman and found the back of the net twice in victories over Oglethorpe and Texas Lutheran. Challenging the returners for starting positions are sophomore transfers Amanda Allen and Autumn Bolton, along with freshman Kristen Little. “Amanda Allen can be really dangerous paired with Macey,” stated Coach Longabaugh. The New Orleans, La. native tallied 13 goals in her freshman season at Spring Hill College, which ranked second on the team for goals scored. Bolton (Tracey, Calif.) played in 22 games at San Joaquin Delta College, recording six goals and seven assists. Little is a local product that earned the Best Defensive Player Award in her senior season at Clinton High School.

MIDFIELD

With the loss of Megan Whitten and Hillary Fowler, there are still many questions to be answered with the defense. “The biggest concern this year is the defense,” said Coach Longabaugh. “We have talent in the back and a lot of returners that have seen some playing time in previous seasons, but it still a project in the works.” Lady Choctaw returners include juniors Kaileigh Hunt, Allison Kiss, and Alex Vohs and sophomore Meghan Dodge. Hunt (Pearl, Miss.) played in 14 games, starting in three for the Lady Choctaws. Kiss (Lake Mary, Fla.) and Vohs (Fenton, Mo.) both saw action in 15 games and earned ASC All-Academic Honors. Dodge (Palm Harbor, Fla.) stepped up last year as a freshman to play in 11 games and tallied a goal in a victory over East Texas Baptist. Also returning to the back line are junior Stacy Swezey and sophomore Kelly O’Mahoney. Swezey was injured going into last season, but was able to get some playing time in 12 games. The Hudson, Fla. native is battling another injury that she will have to overcome in order to fight for a starting position. After missing the entire season due to a concussion, O’Mahoney (Mandeville, La.) is healthy and ready to step up as a leader on the back line.

Leading the charge in the midfield are returning juniors Melanie Benner, Nicole McKissack, and Lauren Prescott. Benner tallied 21 points ranking second on the team and in the top 10 in the conference. The Seminole, Fla. native earned First Team All-ASC selection and earned NSCAA DIII Second Team All-West Region selection. McKissack (Madison, Miss.) looks to return to the midfield position after leading a defense that pitched ten shutouts last season. Prescott (Ruston, La.) started in all 20 games for the Lady Choctaws and scored three goals while assisting on two others.

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Also returning to help in the midfield are junior Stephanie Stapleton and sophomore Savannah Carpenter. As a freshman, Stapleton (Pearl, Miss.) played in 15 games for the Lady Choctaws and earned ASC All-Academic Honors. Carpenter (Hurley, Miss.) recorded a goal in a victory over East Texas Baptist and assisted on one other in a win over the Ozarks.

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A few new additions to the back line include freshmen Lauren Hughes and Jennifer Millholland. Hughes (Pensacola, Fla.) played on the 2013 3A Regional Championship Team and the 2012 3A District Championship Team at West Florida High School. Millholland earned a 2013 All-County Team selection and 2011 All-Region Team selection while playing at Ola High School. The Atlanta, Ga. native is looking to overcome a preseason injury before the season begins.

GOALKEEPERS The Lady Choctaws return only one goalkeeper for the 2013 season. Junior Brianna Blackwell only allowed one goal over 463:38 for a 0.19 goals against average. “Brianna is fit as a beast and really getting things done in this position,” expressed Coach Longabaugh. The Pearl, Miss. native made 12 saves on the year and pitched three shutouts.

Although Blackwell is the only returner, the Lady Choctaw newcomers have provided depth for the goalkeeper position. Freshmen Melanie Hummert , Brittany O’Leary, and Alex Selby will have no issues in backing up Blackwell in the net. Hummert (Carrollton, Texas) earned an Honorable Mention for 5-5A and was first in club league for District II Lake Highlands. O’Leary tallied 54 saves and nine shutouts at River Ridge High School in New Port Ricky, Fla. Selby (Atoka, Tenn.) earned All-District Team selections for four years and earned All-Tournament Team selections in 2009 and 2012. “I am confident in the talent we have on the team,” said Coach Longabaugh. “Although we have some concerns, we could be as deep as we’ve ever been and we could have the most talented team we’ve ever had.”

Brianna Blackwell

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 00 Melanie Hummert 1 Caitlin Chapman 2 Alex Vohs 3 Savannah Carpenter 4 Stacy Swezey 5 Moira Kelly 6 Kaitlyn Kiss 7 Autumn Bolton 8 Kaileigh Hunt 9 Julianne Herrara 10 Nicole McKissack 11 Meghan Dodge 12 Melanie Benner 13 Becca Dupuy 14 Macey Lee 15 Caitlyn Andrews 16 Allison Kiss 17 Sara Hodges 18 Nikki Rhea 19 Brittney Burke 20 Simone Willis 21 Stephanie Stapleton 22 Madison Leonard 23 Amanda Allen 24 Jennifer Millholland 25 Kristen Little 26 Lauren Hughes 27 Lauren Prescott 28 Christian Robertson 29 Emily Castro 30 Autumn Belcher 31 Alex Selby 32 Brittany O'Leary 33 Brianna Blackwell 34 Kelli Pavelka 35 Ella Hayes 36 Melissa Roberson 37 Drae Bordelon 38 Janyl Iganda 39 Nicole Hardison 40 Iris Roman 41 Maria Turnage

POS. GK M D M D M M F D M M D M F F D D M D M F M D F D F D M M M D GK GK GK D D M M M D M D

HT. CL.-EXP. 5’7 Fr.-HS 5'5 Sr.-3L 5'2 Jr.-2L 5'1 So.-1L 5'5 Jr.-1L 5'1 Jr.-2L 5'4 Jr.-2L 5'8 So.-TR 5'4 Jr.-2L 5'9 Jr.-Tr. 5'6 Jr.-2L 5'7 So.-1L 5'7 Jr.-2L 5'5 So.-1L 5'6 Jr.-2L 5'6 So.-1L 5'4 Jr.-2L 5'5 Fr.-HS 5'5 Jr.-2L 5'3 Fr.-HS 5'8 So.-1L 5'6 Jr.-2L 5'10 Fr.-HS 5'5 So.-TR 5'9 Fr.-HS 5'5 Fr.-HS 5'4 Fr.-HS 5'9 Jr.-2L 5'2 Fr.-HS 5'4 Fr.-HS 5'5 Fr.-HS 5'7 Fr.-HS 5'10 Fr.-HS 5'6 Jr.-2L 5'11 Fr.-HS 5'8 Fr.-HS 5'8 So.-1L 4'11 Fr.-HS 5'4 Jr.-2L 5'10 Fr.-HS 5'1 Fr.-HS 5'3 Fr.-HS

HOMETOWN Carrollton, Texas Seminole, Fla. Fenton, Mo. Hurley, Miss. Hudson, Fla. St. Louis, Mo. Lake Mary, Fla. Tracy, Calif. Pearl, Miss. Clayton, Calif. Madison, Miss. Palm Harbor, Fla. Seminole, Fla. West Monroe, La. Pearl, Miss. Biloxi, Miss. Lake Mary, Fla. Elmhurst, Ill. La Porte, Texas Metairie, La. West Monroe, La. Pearl, Miss. Cantonment, Fla. New Orleans, La. Hampton, Ga. Clinton, Miss. Pensacola, Fla. Ruston, La. Greenwood, Miss. Houston, Texas Brandon, Miss. Atoka, Tenn. New Port Ricky, Fla. Pearl, Miss. Clearwater, Fla. Fairhope, Ala. Collierville, Tenn. Pearl River, La. Bartlett, Tenn. Arlington, Tenn. Houston, Texas Gulfport, Miss.

ALPHABETICAL PREVIOUS SCHOOL Hebron HS Seminole HS Rockwood Summit HS Pearl Central HS Lees-McRae Incarnate Word Aca. The Master's Aca. San Joaquin Delta College Pearl HS Santa Barbara City College Madison Central HS East Lake HS Seminole HS West Monroe HS Pearl HS Biloxi HS The Master's Aca. Timothy Christian HS La Porte HS St. Mary's Dominican HS West Monroe HS Pearl HS Tate HS Spring Hill Ola HS Clinton HS West Florida HS Ruston HS Pillow Aca. Langham Creek HS Brandon HS Munford HS River Ridge HS Pearl HS Osceola HS Fairhope HS Collierville HS Northshore HS Bartlett HS Bolton HS Cypress Falls HS Gulfport HS

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Name Pos. Cl. Amanda Allen F So. Caitlyn Andrews D So. Autumn Belcher D Fr. Melanie Benner M Jr. Brianna Blackwell GK Jr. Autumn Bolton F So. Drae Bordelon M Fr. Brittney Burke M Fr. Savannah Carpenter M So. Emily Castro M Fr. Caitlin Chapman M Sr. Meghan Dodge D So. Becca Dupuy F So. Nicole Hardison D Fr. Ella Hayes D Fr. Julianne Herrara M Jr. Sara Hodges M Fr. Lauren Hughes D Fr. Melanie Hummert GK Fr. Kaileigh Hunt D Jr. Janyl Iganda M Jr. Moira Kelly M Jr. Allison Kiss D Jr. Kaitlyn Kiss M Jr. Macey Lee F Jr. Madison Leonard D Fr. Kristen Little F Fr. Nicole McKissack M Jr. Jennifer Millholland D Fr. Brittany O’Leary GK Fr. Kelli Pavelka D Fr. Lauren Prescott M Jr. Nikki Rhea D Jr. Melissa Roberson M So. Christian Robertson M Fr. Iris Roman M Fr. Alex Selby GK Fr. Stephanie Stapleton M Jr. Stacy Swezey D Jr. Maria Turnage D Fr. Alex Vohs D Jr. Simone Willis F So.

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POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN FORWARDS (6) Macey Lee.................... Jr......... 2L Becca Dupuy............... So........ 1L Simone Willis............... So........ 1L Amanda Allen.............. So........ TR Autumn Bolton............. So........ TR Kristen Little................. Fr......... HS MIDFIELD (17) Caitlin Chapman...........Sr......... 3L Melanie Benner............ Jr......... 2L Janyl Iganda.................. Jr......... 2L Moira Kelly.................... Jr......... 2L Kaitlyn Kiss................... Jr......... 2L Nicole McKissack......... Jr......... 2L Lauren Prescott............ Jr......... 2L Stephanie Stapleton.... Jr......... 2L Julianne Herrara........... Jr..........Tr. Savannah Carpenter... So........ 1L Melissa Roberson....... So........ 1L Drae Bordelon.............. Fr......... HS Brittney Burke............... Fr......... HS Emily Castro.................. Fr......... HS Sara Hodges................. Fr......... HS Christian Robertson..... Fr......... HS Iris Roman.................... Fr......... HS

DEFENDERS (15) Kaileigh Hunt................ Jr......... 2L Allison Kiss................... Jr......... 2L Nikki Rhea.................... Jr......... 2L Alex Vohs....................... Jr......... 2L Stacy Swezey................ Jr......... 1L Caitlyn Andrews........... So........ 1L Meghan Dodge............ So........ 1L Autumn Belcher............ Fr......... HS Nicole Hardison............ Fr......... HS Ella Hayes..................... Fr......... HS Lauren Hughes............. Fr......... HS Madison Leonard......... Fr......... HS Jennifer Millholland...... Fr......... HS Kelli Pavelka................. Fr......... HS Maria Turnage.............. Fr......... HS GOALKEEPERS (4) Brianna Blackwell........ Jr......... 2L Melanie Hummert........ Fr......... HS Brittany O’Leary............ Fr......... HS Alex Selby...................... Fr......... HS

CLASSIFICATION SENIORS (1) Caitlin Chapman........... M........ Sr. JUNIORS (15) Melanie Benner............ M.........Jr. Brianna Blackwell....... GK.........Jr. Julianne Herrara........... M.........Jr. Kaileigh Hunt.................D..........Jr. Janyl Iganda.................. M.........Jr. Moira Kelly.................... M.........Jr. Allison Kiss....................D..........Jr. Kaitlyn Kiss................... M.........Jr. Macey Lee..................... F..........Jr. Nicole McKissack......... M.........Jr. Lauren Prescott............ M.........Jr. Nikki Rhea.....................D..........Jr. Stephanie Stapleton.... M.........Jr. Stacy Swezey.................D..........Jr. Alex Vohs........................D..........Jr. SOPHOMORES (8) Amanda Allen................ F.........So. Caitlyn Andrews.............D.........So. Autumn Bolton............... F.........So. Savannah Carpenter.... M........So. Meghan Dodge..............D.........So.

Becca Dupuy................. F.........So. Melissa Roberson........ M........So. Simone Willis................. F.........So. FRESHMEN (18) Autumn Belcher.............D......... Fr. Drae Bordelon.............. M........ Fr. Brittney Burke............... M........ Fr. Emily Castro.................. M........ Fr. Nicole Hardison.............D......... Fr. Ella Hayes......................D......... Fr. Sara Hodges................. M........ Fr. Lauren Hughes..............D......... Fr. Melanie Hummert....... GK........ Fr. Madison Leonard..........D......... Fr. Kristen Little.................. F......... Fr. Jennifer Millholland.......D......... Fr. Brittany O’Leary........... GK........ Fr. Kelli Pavelka..................D......... Fr. Christian Robertson..... M........ Fr. Iris Roman.................... M........ Fr. Alex Selby..................... GK........ Fr. Maria Turnage...............D......... Fr.

ROSTER BY LOCATION

MISSOURI (2) Alex Vohs................................ Fenton Moira Kelly...........................St. Louis MISSISSIPPI (10) Caitlyn Andrews........................ Biloxi Autumn Belcher...................Brandon Kristen Little.......................... Clinton Christian Robertson....... Greenwood Maria Turnage..................... Gulfport Savannah Carpenter.............. Hurley Nicole McKissack................Madison Kaileigh Hunt............................ Pearl Macey Lee................................ Pearl Stephanie Stapleton................ Pearl Brianna Blackwell.................... Pearl

ALABAMA (1) Ella Hayes........................... Fairhope CALIFORNIA (2) Autumn Bolton........................ Tracey Julianne Herrera....................Clayton FLORIDA (10) Madison Leonard......... Cantonment Kelli Pavelka.................... Clearwater Stacy Swezey........................ Hudson Allison Kiss.......................Lake Mary Kaitlyn Kiss.......................Lake Mary Brittany O’Leary........ New Port Ricky

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Meghan Dodge............. Palm Harbor Lauren Hughes.................Pensacola Caitlin Chapman................ Seminole Melanie Benner................. Seminole GEORGIA (1) Jennifer Millholland............... Atlanta

ILLINOIS (1) Sara Hodges....................... Elmhurst LOUISIANA (6) Brittney Burke...................... Metairie Amanda Allen...............New Orleans Lauren Prescott..................... Ruston Drae Bordelon.........................Slidell Becca Dupuy...............West Monroe Simone Willis...............West Monroe

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TENNESSEE (4) Nicole Hardison.................. Arlington Alex Selby..................................Atoka Janyl Iganda.......................... Bartlett Melissa Roberson............Collierville TEXAS (4) Melanie Hummert.............Carrollton Emily Castro......................... Houston Iris Roman........................... Houston Nikki Rhea........................... La Porte


PRESEASON NOTEBOOK

2013 AT A GLANCE

- The Lady Choctaws open the season with a tough tournament in Memphis as they play Principia and #4 Washington-St. Louis. It is the first meeting between MC and their two opponents. - Altogether, the Lady Choctaws have four firsttime opponents on the 2013 schedule. They will host Talladega College (Sept. 10) and Wiley College (Sept. 22) at Longabaugh Field. - MC will face Delta State, a future Gulf South Conference opponent, on September 5th. The Lady Choctaws won the only other meeting with the Lady Statesmen in 2009 when they picked up a 1-0 victory in Clinton. - The Lady Choctaws will then host a mini-tournament on September 13th and 14th when they face Sewanee and Berry College. East Texas Baptist will make the trip over the Clinton and face the same two teams. - On September 17th, MC will make the trip to Jackson to face Millsaps. The Lady Choctaws are 15-1-1 all-time against the Lady Majors, with the only loss coming in 2009 by a score of 1-0. - The Lady Choctaws will then hit the road to begin play against American Southwest Conference teams when they travel to Mary HardinBaylor and Concordia Texas. MC is a combined 16-3-1 against the Texas teams.

- MC will then return home to open October with matches against Texas-Tyler and LeTourneau. UT-Tyler eliminated the Lady Choctaws from the ASC Tournament last season, winning in a shootout. MC is 19-2 all-time against LeTourneau, winning the last seven in the series, only allowing one goal over the last seven meetings. - The Lady Choctaws will then hit the road for their longest road streak of the season, playing four straight away from Longabaugh Field. They will travel to Howard Payne and nationalpowehouse Hardin-Simmons on October 11th and 12th. They will then travel to BirminghamSouthern for a mid-week tilt before going to East Texas Baptist on October 19th.

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- MC will finish the season with three straight home games, hosting Ozarks and Texas-Dallas on the final weekend in October. MC is 18-2 against Ozarks, winning the last 12 meetings and pitching shutouts in seven straight matches. The Lady Choctaws will close out the regular season against Louisiana College on November 2nd. They will honor senior Cailtlin Chapman prior to the match. - With the move to Division II, the Lady Choctaws will not be eligible for ASC postseason play, but they can compete for the National Christian College Athletic Association championship.

PRESEASON HONORS

Melanie Benner

MACEY LEE

- AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE PRESEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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Lauren Prescott

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The Coaches

2013 Lady Choctaw Soccer


Darryl

LONGABAUGH Head Coach Darryl Longabaugh is entering his 17th season at the helm of the Lady Choctaw soccer program as the only women’s soccer coach in Mississippi College history. Longabaugh helped get the program started as the inaugural coach in 1997 and has built one of the most successful programs in the American Southwest Conference. It did not take Longabaugh long to develop one of the ASC’s most consistent soccer programs and earn his status as one of the league’s top coaches. Four times he has been named ASC East Division Coach of the Year in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2003. The 2012 season saw the Lady Choctaws return to the ASC Tournament after a brief hiatus in 2011. MC won at least 14 games for the fifth time in 16 seasons under Longabaugh. The Lady Choctaws advanced to the semifinals of the ASC Tournament, falling to Texas-Tyler in a shootout. The MC defense was stifling in 2012, posting 10 shutouts in 20 matches. Senior Megan Whitten and sophomore Melanie Benner each earned NSCAA All-Region honors and joined Macey Lee as First Team All-ASC selections. In all, seven Lady Choctaws earned All-ASC honors. Arguably, the most impressive feat by the Lady Choctaws was that 21 of 36 members of the team earned ASC All-Academic honors. In 2011, the Lady Choctaws clinched their 13th consecutive winning season in the tough American Southwest Conference. MC had six players earn All-Conference honors, led by three on the Second Team, including senior Lesly Melo, junior Megan Whitten, and freshman Macey Lee. Senior Hannah Langley was given the ASC Fred Jacoby Sportsmanship Award, recognizing one male and one female student-athlete in the conference who best displays the attributes of sportsmanship, leadership, citizenship and academic integrity in their athletic, academic and life pursuits. Over the 13 years the award has been given out, four Lady Choctaw soccer players have earned the honor.

In 2005, his Lady Choctaws finished the season with an 11-7 record and earned an appearance in the ASC Championship Tournament for the third consecutive season. Under his tutelage, seven Lady Choctaws earned post-season honors including First Team All-ASC selection Kelley Kirby. In addition, Kelly Morse became the first Lady Choctaw soccer player to earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors. In 2004, the Lady Choctaws finished the year with a 14-6 overall record that included a trip to the ASC Championship Tournament semifinal round where they lost to eventual ASC Champion Hardin-Simmons 2-0. The season resulted in seven different Lady Choctaws earning All-ASC honors including two first team selections in Kristy Morse and ASC Offensive Freshman of the Year Kellie Kirby. In 2003, the Lady Choctaws won a school-record (at the time) 16 games and set numerous other records including goals scored in a season and goals scored in a game (15, Jackson State). That same year they were regionally ranked by both the NCAA and NSCAA as high as 5th. Longabaugh has helped develop some of the ASC’s top talent. Kemily Weimer (2002), Jennifer Benson (2003) and Kellie Kirby (2004) have been named the ASC Offensive Freshman of the Year. Kellie Kirby was also named to the NSCAA Second team All-Region after leading the team in goals scored with 18 in 2004. Courtney Shires (1997) and April Smith (2003) were named the ASC Defensive Player of the Year. Carrie Kirk (2006), Lauren Cooper (2007), and Hannah Langley (2008) have all been named ASC Defensive Freshman of the Year. Prior to taking the reins of the women’s program, Longabaugh worked with the men’s team for four seasons as an assistant and goalkeeper coach. He also has extensive experience away from Mississippi College coaching top high school talent and Division I select teams. Longabaugh has worked in international soccer ministry teams that have toured Mexico, Costa Rico, Antigua, Mexico, and Venezuela. Longabaugh is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. He played at Clinton High School in Clinton, MS and Hinds Junior College, Raymond, MS before playing at Mississippi College. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Social Science degree from Mississippi College. He currently holds his U.S.S.F National D Coaching License. Darryl is married to the former Kimberly Girod and the two have a fiveyear old son, Garet.

In the 2010, the Lady Choctaws qualified for their eighth straight ASC Tournament with a 12-5-2 record and #5 seed in the playoffs. MC was bounced out of the tournament with a 1-0 loss to Howard Payne in the first round. Seven Lady Choctaws earned All-ASC honors: Kasey Ambrose, Molly Dearborn, Hollye Henderson, Lesly Melo, Liz Miller, Megan Whitten, and Bethany Roberson. The 2009 season was another successful one for the Lady Choctaws as they advanced to their seventh consecutive ASC Tournament after an 11-5-3 finish and a #3 seed. Carrie Kirk earned Defensive Player of the Year honors as five Lady Choctaws overall earned All-ASC honors. Kirk was named to the All-ASC First Team for the fourth time in her career. In 2008, the Lady Choctaws finished 17-4 with an 11-2 conference mark that earned MC a #3 seed in the ASC Tournament. Seven Lady Choctaws earned All-ASC selections with Carrie Kirk earning the inaugural ASC Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year Award. Hannah Langley was named ASC Freshman Defender of the Year while Kirk was named to the NSCAA All-South Region Third Team. In 2007, the Lady Choctaws finished with a 13-6 record, which earned them the #4 seed in the ASC Tournament. It was the fifth consecutive tournament appearance for Longabaugh and the Lady Choctaws. MC placed seven players on the All-Conference teams, including three players with First Team selections: Laura Leigh Ellis, Kellie Kirby, and Carrie Kirk. In 2006, the Lady Choctaws earned a 14-6 record, which was good enough for a #4 seed in the conference tournament. MC saw six players earn All-ASC honors, and Jennifer Benson became the all-time leading goal scorer in school history. Laura Leigh Ellis and Carrie Kirk earned First Team All-ASC honors with Kirk earning the Defensive Freshman of the Year Award.

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Adam

Louise

Assistant Coach

Graduate Assistant

Adam Johnson is entering his third season as the assistant coach for the Lady Choctaws.

Louise Arseneault is entering her third season as the graduate assistant for the Mississippi College women’s soccer team.

Having previously played semi professional soccer in England with Thackley FC and in Australia with Albion Park, he finished his playing career in 2011 as a state champion with Hinds Community College. Johnson accumulated many individual and team honors including 2 Illawarra Premier League and Grand Final Championships in 2007 and 2008 with Albion Park, and inclusion in the 2011 All Region team while at Hinds CC.

Arseneault was a four-year starter at the University of Mobile, earning Second Team All-Conference honors in 2008. Louise has played professional soccer, making five stops over the past four years: Maine Tide (2008), West Michigan Firewomen (2009), New York Magic (2010), Chelsea Metro (2011) and the Bay Area Breeze (2011).

JOHNSON

Adam began his coaching career in 2007 with the Albion Park youth team before his move to the US. He has since been Assistant Coach at St Andrews High School in 2009-10, and Head Coach at the MAIS Championship Runners up Jackson Academy in 2011-12. Coach Johnson has served at Jackson Futbol Club as Club Coach to u11/12 boys, and U15 girls since 2009. In a coaching career spanning three continents, he has the UEFA B coaching licence from England, the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) Youth Licence, and currently the USSF National D licence in the US.

ARSENEAULT

Louise earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University of Mobile. She is from Dunlop, New Brunswick, Canada and is the daughter of Michel and Suzie Arseneault.

Adam was born in Huddersfield, England. He graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in business. Johnson also graduated with an Associates degree from Hinds Community College in Raymond, MS in 2011. Adam lives in Madison, MS with his wife and three children.

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The Choctaws

2013 Lady Choctaw Soccer


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SEMINOLE, FLA. SEMINOLE HS

SEMINOLE, FLA. SEMINOLE HS

F | 5-5 | SR

M | 5-7 | JR

2012 JUNIOR SEASON played in 19 games, starting in 16 for the Lady Choctaws...scored six goals, including a hat trick in a 10-1 win over the Ozarks, and assisted on one other...earned ASC All-Academic Academic Honors... named ASC Co-Offensive Player of the Week for the games of Oct. 25-27 2011 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in all 18 games, starting 12 for the Lady Choctaws...assisted on two goals in a victory over McMurry on October 1st...earned ASC All-Academic Honors 2010 FRESHMAN SEASON played in all 19 games, starting three for the Lady Choctaws...scored one goal and took nine shots with four coming on goal...scored a goal on a season-high two shots on goal in a 4-0 win over LeTourneau

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON started in all 20 games for the Lady Choctaws...recorded eight goals and assisted on five others...tallied 21 points, which ranked second on the team and in the top 10 in the conference...recorded 1408 minutes, which ranked second on the team...scored game-winning goals in victories over Oglethorpe, Louisiana College, and Texas Lutheran...earned First Team All-ASC selection...earned NSCAA DIII Second Team All-West Region selection...earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON started all 18 games for the Lady Choctaws...scored nine goals and assisted on five others...tallied 23 points which ranked second on the team...scored game-winning goal in a 5-0 win over LeTourneau... earned Third Team All-ASC selection

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Steve Kuplicki at Seminole High School...team in MVP in ‘06-’07...’09-’10 State Runner-Up

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Steve Kuplicki at Seminole High School...First Team All-County performer...PCAC Coach’s First Team...2010-11 team MVP...team captain...2009-10 5A State Finalists...2010-11 5A State Semi-Finalists...Beef O’Brady’s Ahtlete of the Week

PERSONAL daughter of Scott and Pat Chapman...born on August 30, 1992... majoring in Biology

PERSONAL daughter of Ruth and Michael Benner...born on September 18, 1992...majoring in Biology

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CAITLIN CHAPMAN

MELANIE BENNER

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KAILEIGH HUNT

33 BRIANNA BLACKWELL

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PEARL, MISS. PEARL HS

PEARL, MISS. PEARL HS

GK | 5-6 | JR

D | 5-4 | JR

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in eight games, starting in three for the Lady Choctaws...only allowed one goal over 463:38 for a 0.19 goals against average... made 12 saves on the year and pitched three shutouts...earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON saw action as the goalkeeper in a 6-0 victory over Louisiana College on September 20th...missed the last half of the season due to an injury BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Chris Lee at Pearl High School...named Most Outstanding Defensive Player in 2011...2009 Golden Glove Award...2009 North District Champions...2009 State Runner-Up PERSONAL daughter of John and Debbie Blackwell...born on May 3, 1993... majoring in Elementary Education

BRIANNA BLACKWELL

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 14 games, starting in three for the Lady Choctaws...helped a defense that pitched nine shutouts 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 12 games, starting nine for the Lady Choctaws as a freshman...tallied 657 minutes on the season BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Chris Lee at Pearl High School...three-time Most Outstanding Defensive Player...Jane Foster Award...2011 MS All-Star team PERSONAL daughter of Tracey Hunt...born on December 31, 1992...majoring in Elementary Education

KAILEIGH HUNT

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BARTLETT, TENN. BARTLETT HS

ST. LOUIS, MO. INCARNATE WORD ACA.

M | 5-4 | JR

M | 5-1 | JR

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON did not play 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON saw action on junior varsity team...came in on a 6-0 win over Louisiana College on September 20th BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Catherine Jones at Bartlett High School...team captain as a senior PERSONAL daughter of Rocky, Sr. and Imelda Iganda...born on November 30, 1993...majoring in Kinesiology

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MOIRA KELLY

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2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 11 games for the Lady Choctaws...tallied game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Millsaps on October 15th...earned ASC AllAcademic Honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in seven games as a freshman...scored game-winning goal in a 4-0 victory over Ozarks on September 17th...assisted on goal in a 8-0 victory over McMurry on October 10th BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Annie Beekman at Incarnate Word Academy...Elite Knight Award...two-time District Champions PERSONAL daughter of Nina and Kevin Kelly...born on December 3, 1992... majoring in Education

MOIRA KELLY

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KAITLYN KISS

16 ALLISON KISS

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LAKE MARY, FLA. THE MASTER’S ACA.

LAKE MARY, FLA. THE MASTER’S ACA.

D | 5-4 | JR

F | 5-4 | JR

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 15 games, starting in eight for the Lady Choctaws...helped a defense that pitched nine shutouts on the season...earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 12 games for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 369 minutes as a freshman BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Jess Bourque at The Master’s Academy...First Team All-Distrct in 2010...three-time team captain PERSONAL daughter of Anna and Tommy Kiss...born on August 2, 1993...majoring in Nursing

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 18 games, starting in 16 for the Lady Choctaws...recorded six goals and ranked fourth in the conference with eight assists... tallied 20 points which ranked third on the team...scored game-winning goals in victories over Sewanee, Schreiner, Mary Hardin-Baylor, and Concordia (TX)...named ASC Offensive Player of the Week for games played Oct. 15-20th...earned ASC All-Academic honors... earned Second Team All-ASC selection 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played 18 games, starting three for the Lady Choctaws as a freshman...scored ten goals, which ranked second on the team, and assisted on two others...tallied 22 points which ranked third on the team...scored game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory over Schreiner on October 15th BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Jess Bourque at The Master’s Academy...2010 First Team All-State selection...four-time First Team All-District performer... two-time First Team All-Region selection...First Team All-Central Florida in 2011...Second Team All-Central Florida in 2010...threetime team captain...2010 team MVP...2011 Athlete of the Year PERSONAL daughter of Anna and Tommy Kiss...born on August 2, 1993...majoring in Biology/Pre-Med

ALLISON KISS

KAITLYN KISS 2013 LADY CHOCTAW SOCCER

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10 NICOLE MCKISSACK

PEARL, MISS. PEARL HS

MADISON, MISS. MADISON CENTRAL HS

F | 5-6 | JR

M | 5-6 | JR

2012 JUNIOR SEASON played in 18 games, starting in 17 for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 14 goals, which ranked first on the team and in the conference...assisted on seven other goals, which ranked fifth in the conference... ranked second in the conference with 35 points...scored game-winning goals in victories over Berry, Howard Payne, LeTourneau, and East Texas Baptist (ASC Tournament game)...named ASC Co-Offensive Player of the Week for games played Sept. 27-29...earned First Team All-ASC selection...earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in all 18 games, starting 17 for the Lady Choctaws as a freshman...scored 11 goals, which ranked first on the team, and assisted on two others...tallied 24 points, which ranked first on the team... scored game-winning goal in a 6-0 victory over Louisiana College on September 20th, in a 8-0 victory over McMurry on October 1, and in a 3-0 victory over Texas Lutheran on October 14th...earned Second Team All-ASC selection BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Chris Lee at Pearl High School...two-time First Team All-State performer...Second Team All-State selection...three-time team MVP...two-time Most Valuable Offensive Player...named PHS Most Athletic...Lindy Callahan Scholar Athlete...State Runner-Up... three-time District Champions...Wendy’s High School Heisman winner

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in all 20 games, starting in 17 for the Lady Choctaws...assisted on a goal in a 4-0 win over Howard Payne on September 20th and on a goal in a 6-0 victory over Texas Lutheran on September 29th...led a defense that pitched nine shutouts on the season... earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON started in all 18 games for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 1479 minutes as a freshman, which ranked second on the team...assisted on two goals...earned Third Team All-ASC selection BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Matt Woods at Madison Central High School... three-time soccer State Champions...2011 MHSAA All-Star...Metro Player of the Week...First Team All-State selection as a senior...fourtime North State Champions PERSONAL daughter of Rick and Nita McKissack...born on May 12, 1993... majoring in Biology/Pre-Med

PERSONAL daughter of Mark and Angela Lee...born on December 7, 1992... majoring in Biology/Pre-Med

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NICOLE MCKISSACK 2013 LADY CHOCTAW SOCCER


27 LAUREN PRESCOTT

18 NIKKI RHEA

RUSTON, LA. RUSTON HS

LA PORTE, TEXAS LA PORTE HS

M | 5-9 | JR

D | 5-5 | JR

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON started in all 20 games for the Lady Choctaws...scored three goals and assisted on two others...tallied over 1050 minutes on the season...earned ASC All-Academic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 16 games, starting six for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 682 minutes as a sophomore...scored one goal in a 4-0 victory over Ozarks on September 17th BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Joe Aulds at Ruston High School...four-time First Team All-District performer...First Team All-North Eastern as a senior...District Offensive MVP as a junior...District MVP as a senior... two-time team MVP PERSONAL daughter of Bill and Stacy Prescott...born on January 27, 1993... majoring in Psychology

LAUREN PRESCOTT

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON saw action in a 4-0 shutout over Howard Payne...earned ASC AllAcademic honors 2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in three games for the Lady Choctaws...saw action on junior varsity team BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Brandy German at La Porte High School...two-time All-District performer...Honorable Mention All-District selection... Second Team All-District performer...district Sportsmanship Award PERSONAL daughter of Melissa and Matthew Rhea...born on March 11, 1993... majoring in Interior Design

NIKKI RHEA

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STACEY SWEZEY

21 STEPHANIE STAPLETON

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PEARL, MISS. PEARL HS

HUDSON, FLA. LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE

M | 5-6 | JR

D | 5-5 | JR

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 15 games for the Lady Choctaws...assisted on a goal in a 4-0 win over Howard Payne on September 20th and on a goal in a 10-1 victory over the Ozarks on October 25th...earned ASC All-Academic honors

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 12 games, starting in six for the Lady Choctaws...assisted on a goal in a 10-1 win over the Ozarks on October 25th...helped a defense that pitched nine shutouts on the season

2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 16 games, starting four for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 518 minutes as a sophomore...assisted on a game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Belhaven on September 9th

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Cally Morrill at Lees-McRae College...played at Hudson High School...three-time First Team SAC selection...four-time Best Defender award...two-time team captain...part of four-time District Championship team...part of Conference Championship team

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Chris Lee at Pearl High School...six-year starter... Coach’s Award in 2010...Voted Outstanding Offensive Player in 2011

PERSONAL daughter of Chris and Tina Swezey...born on September 26, 1991... majoring in Sports Management

PERSONAL daughter of Steve and Alisa Stapleton...born on September 10, 1992...majoring in Kinesiology

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STACY SWEZEY

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15 CAITLYN ANDREWS

ALEX VOHS

FENTON, MO. ROCKWOOD SUMMIT HS

BILOXI, MISS. BILOXI HS

D | 5-2 | JR

D | 5-6 | SO

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON played in 15 games, starting in one for the Lady Choctaws...earned ASC All-Academic Honors

2012 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 10 games, starting in one for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 175 minutes on the season

2011 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 15 games, starting eight for the Lady Choctaws...tallied 590 minutes as a freshman

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Marco Mthembu at Biloxi High School...five-year letterman...All-District selections for soccer and cross country...fouryear letterman on cross country team...Cross Country Runner of the Year

BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for coach Chris Kappler at Rockwood Summit High School...2009 Coach’s Award...four-year letterman...four-year letterman on golf team...2011 soccer conference champions...undefeated all four years in golf match play...2007-11 Golf Conference champions

PERSONAL daughter of Gregg and Cynthia Andrews...born on November 18, 1993...majoring in Nursing

PERSONAL daughter of Thomas and Sherrie Vohs...born on July 25, 1993... majoring in Biology/Pre-Med

ALEX VOHS

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SAVANNAH CARPENTER

MEGHAN DODGE

HURLEY, MISS. EAST CENTRAL HS

PALM HARBOR, FLA. EAST LAKE HS

M | 5-1 | SO

D | 5-7 | SO

2012 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 14 games for the Lady Choctaws...tallied a goal in a 6-1 win over East Texas Baptist...assisted on a goal in a 10-1 victory over the Ozarks BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Ryan Ceccurulli at East Central High School...twotime Offensive MVP...Team MVP in 2011...member of the Gulf Coast United/Dynamo Futbol Club Premier Soccer Team PERSONAL daughter of Dwayne and Angela Carpenter...born on March 28, 1994...majoring in Pre-Med

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2012 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 11 games, starting in six for the Lady Choctaws...recorded a goal in a 6-1 win over East Texas Baptist BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Julia King at East Lake High School...Pinellas County Senior All-Star team selection...team captain...team MVP... Coach’s Award PERSONAL daughter of David and Kelley Dodge...born on July 25, 1994...majoring in Elementary Education

MEGHAN DODGE

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KELLY O’MAHONEY

13 BECCA DUPUY

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WEST MONROE, LA. WEST MONROE HS

MANDEVILLE, LA. GEORGIA COLL. & ST. U.

F | 5-5 | SO

D | 5-7 | SO

2012 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 16 games for the Lady Choctaws...assisted on four goals, including two assists in a 6-1 win over East Texas Baptist BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Trey Long at West Monroe High School...four-time First Team All-District performer...District Offensive MVP...two-time Overall District MVP...four-time First Team All Northeast Louisiana selection...First Team All-State selection in ‘10-’11...Second Team All-State selection in ‘11-’12...team Co-Offensive MVP...two-time team Offensive MVP...team captain...’10-’11 FCA Athlete of the Year

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON missed entire season due to injury BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Hope Clark at Georgia College and State University...played for Coach Carly Hotard at Fontainebleau High School... Captain’s Award...Bulldog Award PERSONAL daughter of Laurence and Susan O’Mahoney...born on July 14, 1993...majoring in Interior Design

PERSONAL daughter of Stanley and Susan Dupuy...born on July 15, 1994... undecided on major

BECCA DUPUY

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36 MELISSA ROBERSON

20 SIMONE WILLIS

COLLIERVILLE, TENN. COLLIERVILLE HS

WEST MONROE, LA. WEST MONROE HS

M | 5-8 | SO

F | 5-8 | SO

2012 FRESHMAN SEASON saw action in a 4-0 victory over Howard Payne BERFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Bill Gillespie at Collierville High School...Jenna Willingham Award recipient in 2010 PERSONAL daughter of George and Ruth Roberson...born on October 30, 1993...majoring in International Business and Economics

2012 FRESHMAN SEASON played in 12 games for the Lady Choctaws as a freshman...scored a goal in a 5-0 victory over Oglethorpe on September 8th and a goal in a 6-0 win over Texas Lutheran on September 29th BEFORE MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE played for Coach Trey Long at West Monroe High School...four-time First Team All-District selection...four-time First Team All-Area selection...three-time District Offensive MVP...All- Academic team selection as a senior...All-State team selection as a freshman and junior PERSONAL daughter of David and Karen Willis...born on December 21, 1993... majoring in Pharmacy

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SIMONE WILLIS

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Julianne HERRERA

Autumn BELCHER

Drae BORDELON

Brittney BURKE

M - 5’9 - JR Clayton, Calif. (Santa Barbary City Coll.)

Amanda ALLEN

F - 5’5 - SO New Orleans, La. (Spring Hill Coll.)

Autumn BOLTON F - 5’7 - SO Tracey, Calif. (Delta JC)

D - 5’5 - FR Brandon, Miss. (Brandon HS)

M - 4’11 - FR Slidell, La. (Northshore HS)

M - 5’3 - FR Metairie, La. (Dominican HS)

Emily CASTRO

Nicole HARDISON

Ella HAYES

Sara HODGES

Lauren HUGHES

Melanie HUMMERT

M - 5’4 - FR Houston, Texas (Langham Creek HS)

D - 5’10 - FR Arlington, Tenn. (Bolton HS)

D - 5’8 - FR Fairhope, Ala. (Fairhope HS)

M - 5’6 - FR Elmhurst, Ill. (Timothy School)

D - 5’4 - FR Pensacola, Fla. (West Florida HS)

GK - 5’7 - FR Carrollton, Texas (Hebron HS)

Madison LEONARD

M - 5’10 - FR Cantonment, Fla. (Tate HS)

Kristen LITTLE

F - 5’5 - FR Clinton, Miss. (Clinton HS)

Jennifer MILLHOLLAND

Brittany O’LEARY

Kelli PAVELKA

Christian ROBERTSON

Iris ROMAN

Alex SELBY

Maria TURNAGE

M - 5’1 - FR Houston, Texas (Cypress Falls HS)

GK - 5’7 - FR Atoka, Tenn. (Munford HS)

D - 5’9 - FR Atlanta, Ga. (Ola HS)

GK - 5’10 - FR New Port Ricky, Fla. (River Ridge HS)

D - 5’11 - FR Clearwater, Fla. (Osceola HS)

M - 5’3 - FR Greenwood, Miss. (Pillow Aca.)

D - 5’3 - FR Gulfport, Miss. (Gulfport HS)

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2012 Season Review

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2012 Season Review The Mississippi College women’s soccer team finished the 2012 season with an overall record of 14-3-3. The Lady Choctaws earned a bid to the American Southwest Conference Tournament for the 10th time in 11 years after finishing 9-2-1 in the conference. MC defeated East Texas Baptist, 2-0, before falling to the University of Texas at Tyler in a shootout in the semi-finals. The 2012 season was highlighted by a 10-1 victory over the Ozarks and shutouts in 10 of the 20 games. Five different Lady Choctaws were able to find the back of the net six or more times on the year, which allowed MC to finish second in the conference with 59 goals. The scoring attack was led by sophomore midfielder Macey Lee who led the conference with 14 goals and ranked second in the ASC with 35 points. The Pearl, Miss. native ranked second on the team with seven assists and was tied for first with four game-winning goals. Fellow sophomore midfielder Melanie Benner finished second on the team with eight goals and 21 points, which ranked in the top 10 in the ASC. Senior forward Christy Wyne and sophomore forward Kaitlyn Kiss each tallied six goals on the season. Wyne assisted on five other goals, while Kiss ranked fourth in the conference with eight assists. Junior forward Caitlin Chapman also recorded six goals and assisted on one other on the year.

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The defense was stout, led by senior defenders Hillary Fowler and Megan Whitten. Fowler and Whitten played in all 20 matches for the Lady Choctaws to lead a defense that pitched 10 shutouts on the year. Fowler tallied two goals, while Whitten ranks 10th in program history with a total of 74 matches played. Roberson led the Lady Choctaws in the net, making 53 saves over 1400 minutes played to tally a 0.83 goals against average. She finished her career at MC ranked second in school history with 15 shutouts and 49 matches played between the posts. MC recorded the most wins in program history since 2008 and recorded every loss by a score of 2-1. The efforts of the Lady Choctaws paid off as seven players were named to ASC All-Conference Teams at the end of the season. Megan Whitten, Melanie Benner, and Macey Lee all earned First Team selections. Kaitlyn Kiss earned a Second Team selection, while Christy Wyne and Genna Shelley earned Third Team Honors. Bethany Roberson earned an Honorable Mention and was named one of three ASC Sportsmanship Athletes of the Year. Benner and Whitten also earned NSCAA All-West Region Team selections. Although not the biggest team on campus, the women’s soccer team had the most players earn ASC All-Academic Honors, with 21 Lady Choctaws receiving the award.

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2012 Results (14-3-3, 9-2-1 ASC) 09/01 09/02 09/07 09/08 09/11 09/13 09/20 09/22 09/28 09/29 10/06 10/12 10/13 10/15 10/18 10/20 10/25 10/27 11/01 11/02

Birmingham-Southern at Sewanee at Berry at Oglethorpe at Louisiana College* Texas-Brownsville Howard Payne* Hardin-Simmons* at Schreiner* at Texas Lutheran* East Texas Baptist* at Texas-Tyler* at LeTourneau* Millsaps Mary Hardin-Baylor* Concordia Texas* at Ozarks (AR)* at Texas-Dallas* East Texas Baptist^ Texas-Tyler^

T, 1-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 W. 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 6-0 W, 6-1 L, 1-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 10-1 T, 0-0 W, 2-0 T, 1-1

* American Southwest Conference Game ^ ASC Tournament (Abilene, Texas)

2012 Team Statistics Goals-Shot Attempts 59-381 Goals Scored/Game 2.95 Shots Pct. .155 Shots on Goal-Attempts 193-381 SOG Pct. .507 Shots/Game 19.0 Assists 44 Corner Kicks 107 Penalty Kicks 0-0 Yellow Cards-Red Cards 8-0


TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot att. Goals scored/gm Shot pct. SOG-Att. SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists

MC 59-381 2.95 .155 193-381 .507 19.0 44

OPP 14-179 0.70 .078 79-179 .441 8.9 7

TEAM STATISTICS CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg/Date Neutral Site #/Avg

MC 107 0-0 8 0 1645 7/235 3/95

OPP 54 2-2

GOALS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Mississippi College 31 28 0 0 59 Opponents 8 5 0 1 14

8 1

SHOTS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Mississippi College 187 186 7 1 381 Opponents 90 81 4 4 179

1387 10/139

SAVES BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Mississippi College 35 27 1 2 65 Opponents 60 73 0 1 134

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SHOTS ## Player GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% 14 Macey Lee 18-17 917 14 7 35 47 .298 12 Melanie Benner 20-20 1408 8 5 21 55 .145 6 Kaitlyn Kiss 18-16 718 6 8 20 31 .194 18 Christy Wyne 18-8 950 6 5 17 33 .182 1 Caitlin Chapman 19-16 672 6 1 13 24 .250 20 Shelby Phelon 20-3 788 4 2 10 37 .108 19 Genna Shelley 19-19 1188 3 3 9 20 .150 27 Lauren Prescott 20-20 1055 3 2 8 34 .088 24 Hillary Fowler 20-19 1193 2 0 4 7 .286 26 Simone Willis 12-0 280 2 0 4 6 .333 22 Becca Dupuy 16-0 497 0 4 4 23 .000 3 Savannah Carpenter 14-0 468 1 1 3 10 .100 11 Meghan Dodge 14-6 648 1 0 2 8 .125 17 Taylor Mraz 5-0 126 1 0 2 3 .333 5 Moira Kelly 11-0 155 1 0 2 2 .500 10 Nicole McKissack 20-17 1273 0 2 2 22 .000 21 Stephanie Stapleton 15-0 301 0 2 2 9 .000 34 Ashley Greenway 5-0 150 0 1 1 1 .000 4 Stacy Swezey 12-6 661 0 1 1 1 .000 8 Kaileigh Hunt 14-3 378 0 0 0 3 .000 7 Megan Whitten 20-20 1565 0 0 0 3 .000 2 Alex Vohs 15-1 495 0 0 0 2 .000 37 Lynnsey Jackson 2-0 11 0 0 0 0 .000 36 Melissa Roberson 1-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 33 Brianna Blackwell 8-3 464 0 0 0 0 .000 29 Katie Fox 1-0 15 0 0 0 0 .000 25 Nikki Rhea 1-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 23 Alexis Pauline 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 16 Allison Kiss 15-8 681 0 0 0 0 .000 15 Caitlyn Andrews 10-1 175 0 0 0 0 .000 13 Chelsea Corona 2-0 14 0 0 0 0 .000 01 Bethany Roberson 18-17 1216 0 0 0 0 .000 Total............... 20 - 59 44 162 381 .155 Opponents........... 20 - 14 7 35 179 .078

SOG 27 25 16 20 13 23 10 13 3 5 12 7 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 193 79

SOG% .574 .455 .516 .606 .542 .622 .500 .382 .429 .833 .522 .700 .375 .667 .500 .136 .222 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .507 .441

YC-RC 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-0 8-1

GW 4 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 3

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

Corners 0 8 0 0 47 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 17 19 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

GOALKEEPER STATISTICS ## Player GP-GS Minutes 33 Brianna Blackwell 8-3 463:38 01 Bethany Roberson 18-15 1416:22 TM TEAM 0-0 0:00 Total............... 20 1880:00 Opponents........... 20 1880:00

GOAL AVERAGE GA GaAvg 1 0.19 13 0.83 0 0.00 14 0.67 59 2.82

SAVES Saves SavePct 12 .923 53 .803 0 .000 65 .823 134 .694

RECORD W L T 4 0 0 10 3 2 0 0 0 14 3 2 3 14 3

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Shut- outs 2.3 5.3 3.0 11 1

Shots Faced 21 146 0 167 374

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GAME RESULTS Date

Opponent

09/01 vs Birmingham-Southern 09/02 at Sewanee 09/07 at Berry 09/08 at Oglethorpe 09/11 at Louisiana College* 09/13 TEXAS-BROWNSVILLE 09/20 HOWARD PAYNE* 09/22 #5 HARDIN-SIMMONS* 09/28 at Schreiner* 09/29 at Texas Lutheran* 10/06 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST* 10/12 at Texas-Tyler* 10/13 at LeTourneau* 10/15 MILLSAPS 10/18 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR* 10/20 CONCORDIA (TX)* 10/25 at Ozarks* 10/27 at Texas Dallas* 11/01 vs East Texas Baptist 11/02 vs Texas-Tyler

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Score

Overall

CATEGORY LEADERS ASC

Attend

T, 1-1 0-0-1 0-0-0 42 MACEY LEE (KAITLYN KISS) W, 2-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 50 KAITLYN KISS (MACEY LEE) MACEY LEE (KAITLYN KISS) W, 1-0 2-0-1 0-0-0 50 MACEY LEE (KAITLYN KISS) W, 5-0 3-0-1 0-0-0 100 MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) CAITLIN CHAPMAN (MACEY LEE) KAITLYN KISS (GENNA SHELLEY) MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) SIMONE WILLIS (UNASSISTED) W, 2-0 4-0-1 1-0-0 250 MELANIE BENNER (MACEY LEE) CHRISTY WYNE (UNASSISTED) L, 1-2 4-1-1 1-0-0 164 MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) W, 4-0 5-1-1 2-0-0 241 MACEY LEE (CHRISTY WYNE) SHELBY PHELON (NICOLE MCKISSACK) SHELBY PHELON (STEPHANIE STAPLETON) MACEY LEE (KAITLYN KISS;CHRISTY WYNE) L, 1-2 5-2-1 2-1-0 347 MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) W, 4-0 6-2-1 3-1-0 163 KAITLYN KISS (MACEY LEE) MACEY LEE (UNASSISTED) MACEY LEE (UNASSISTED) MACEY LEE (KAITLYN KISS) W, 6-0 7-2-1 4-1-0 100 MELANIE BENNER (NICOLE MCKISSACK) CHRISTY WYNE (MELANIE BENNER) CHRISTY WYNE (KAITLYN KISS) TEAM (UNASSISTED) SIMONE WILLIS (UNASSISTED) TAYLOR MRAZ (BECCA DUPUY) W, 6-1 8-2-1 5-1-0 252 MEGHAN DODGE (MACEY LEE) GENNA SHELLEY (MELANIE BENNER) MACEY LEE (MELANIE BENNER) SHELBY PHELON (BECCA DUPUY) CAITLIN CHAPMAN (MELANIE BENNER) SAVANNAH CARPENTER (BECCA DUPUY) L, 1-2 (2OT) 8-3-1 5-2-0 345 LAUREN PRESCOTT (UNASSISTED) W, 3-0 9-3-1 6-2-0 150 MACEY LEE (CHRISTY WYNE) MACEY LEE (LAUREN PRESCOTT) GENNA SHELLEY (MACEY LEE) W, 3-2 10-3-1 6-2-0 145 LAUREN PRESCOTT (MELANIE BENNER) MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) MOIRA KELLY (BECCA DUPUY) W, 3-0 11-3-1 7-2-0 143 KAITLYN KISS (MACEY LEE) MACEY LEE (CHRISTY WYNE) CAITLIN CHAPMAN (UNASSISTED) W, 3-2 12-3-1 8-2-0 353 CHRISTY WYNE (SHELBY PHELON) MELANIE BENNER (UNASSISTED) KAITLYN KISS (GENNA SHELLEY) W, 10-1 13-3-1 9-2-0 105 CAITLIN CHAPMAN (CHRISTY WYNE) CHRISTY WYNE (LAUREN PRESCOTT) GENNA SHELLEY (STACY SWEZEY) CAITLIN CHAPMAN (GENNA SHELLEY) SHELBY PHELON (STEPHANIE STAPLETON) CHRISTY WYNE (KAITLYN KISS) CAITLIN CHAPMAN (KAITLYN KISS) HILLARY FOWLER (CAITLIN CHAPMAN) LAUREN PRESCOTT (SAVANNAH CARPENTER) KAITLYN KISS (ASHLEY GREENWAY) T, 0-0 13-3-2 9-2-1 124 W, 2-0 14-3-2 9-2-1 117 MACEY LEE (SHELBY PHELON) MACEY LEE (UNASSISTED) T, 1-1 14-3-3 9-2-1 127 HILLARY FOWLER (UNASSISTED)

## 14 12 6 18 1 20 19 27 24 26

POINTS Macey Lee Melanie Benner Kaitlyn Kiss Christy Wyne Caitlin Chapman Shelby Phelon Genna Shelley Lauren Prescott Hillary Fowler Simone Willis

GP 18 20 18 18 19 20 19 20 20 12

G 14 8 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 2

A 7 5 8 5 1 2 3 2 0 0

Pts 35 21 20 17 13 10 9 8 4 4

Shots 47 55 31 33 24 37 20 34 7 6

## 14 12 1 6 18 20 27 19 24 26

GOALS Macey Lee Melanie Benner Caitlin Chapman Kaitlyn Kiss Christy Wyne Shelby Phelon Lauren Prescott Genna Shelley Hillary Fowler Simone Willis

GP 18 20 19 18 18 20 20 19 20 12

G 14 8 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 2

A 7 5 1 8 5 2 2 3 0 0

Pts 35 21 13 20 17 10 8 9 4 4

Shots 47 55 24 31 33 37 34 20 7 6

## 6 14 18 12 22 19 27 10 21 20

ASSISTS Kaitlyn Kiss Macey Lee Christy Wyne Melanie Benner Becca Dupuy Genna Shelley Lauren Prescott Nicole McKissack Stephanie Stapleton Shelby Phelon

GP 18 18 18 20 16 19 20 20 15 20

G 6 14 6 8 0 3 3 0 0 4

A 8 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2

Pts 20 35 17 21 4 9 8 2 2 10

Shots 31 47 33 55 23 20 34 22 9 37

## 12 14 20 27 18 6 1 22 10 19

SHOTS Melanie Benner Macey Lee Shelby Phelon Lauren Prescott Christy Wyne Kaitlyn Kiss Caitlin Chapman Becca Dupuy Nicole McKissack Genna Shelley

GP 20 18 20 20 18 18 19 16 20 19

G 8 14 4 3 6 6 6 0 0 3

A 5 7 2 2 5 8 1 4 2 3

Shots 55 47 37 34 33 31 24 23 22 20

## 14 12 20 18 6 27 1 22 19 3

SHOTS ON GOAL Macey Lee Melanie Benner Shelby Phelon Christy Wyne Kaitlyn Kiss Lauren Prescott Caitlin Chapman Becca Dupuy Genna Shelley Savannah Carpenter

GP 18 20 20 18 18 20 19 16 19 14

## 14 6 12 19 5 18

GAME WINNING GOALS Macey Lee Kaitlyn Kiss Melanie Benner Genna Shelley Moira Kelly Christy Wyne

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G 14 8 4 6 6 3 6 0 3 1 GP 18 18 20 19 11 18

A 7 5 2 5 8 2 1 4 3 1

Shot% .145 .298 .108 .088 .182 .194 .250 .000 .000 .150

Shots SOG SOG% 47 27 .574 55 25 .455 37 23 .622 33 20 .606 31 16 .516 34 13 .382 24 13 .542 23 12 .522 20 10 .500 10 7 .700 No. 4 4 3 1 1 1


AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE

2013 Lady Choctaw Soccer


AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, enters its 18th season with the 2013-14 academic year. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among the member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions outside the Texas border. From the eight founding institutions to today's present group of 14 college and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. Spreading across four states -- Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi -- the ASC offers student-athletes competition in 16 sports with opportunity for advancement in both conference and NCAA Division III championships. The American Southwest Conference has a multidimensional mission to create an environment characterized by opportunities to learn, friendly competition and activities for the conference membership. ASC members believe team and individual sports provide learning opportunities, and its membership strives to create an athletics environment supportive of teaching and learning. Conference and NCAA resources also provide student-athletes, coaches and administrators access to academic, leadership, sportsmanship and career enhancement opportunities. Traditional standards of ethical conduct and fair play are respected among the ASC members. To guarantee the integrity of the association, the membership is committed to furthering the philosophy and policies of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III and the Conference. The roster of American Southwest Conference members in 2013-14 includes Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas and University of Texas at Tyler. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men's championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women's championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball.

2013 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE PRESEASON RELEASE 2013 PRESEASON POLL

[Voted on by ASC Head Coaches, SID's, Media Members]

Team (1st place votes) Points 1 Hardin-Simmons (19)...................................... 239 2 Texas-Tyler (2).................................................. 218 3 Texas-Dallas (1)............................................... 188 4 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE................................. 187 5 East Texas Baptist........................................... 136 6 Concordia Texas.............................................. 125 7 Howard Payne................................................. 112 8 Mary Hardin-Baylor......................................... 106 9 Louisiana College.............................................. 68 10 LeTourneau....................................................... 44 11 Ozarks................................................................ 29 Team (1st place votes) 2012 Record 1 Hardin-Simmons (19)....18-1-2, 12-0-0 ASC (1st) 2 Texas-Tyler (2)................14-5-1, 11-1-0 ASC (2nd) 3 Texas-Dallas (1).............. 11-5-2, 7-3-2 ASC (T4th) 4 Mississippi College.......... 14-3-3, 9-2-1 ASC (3rd) 5 East Texas Baptist.............. 8-7-1, 6-5-1 ASC (6th) 6 Concordia Texas............... 9-6-3, 7-3-2 ASC (T4th) 7 Howard Payne.................... 6-9-0, 6-6-0 ASC (7th) 8 Mary Hardin-Baylor............ 6-8-2, 3-7-2 ASC (8th) 9 Louisiana College...........5-11-2, 2-8-2 ASC (11th) 10 LeTourneau................. 1-16-1, 1-10-1 ASC (12th) 11 Ozarks...........................1-17-0, 1-11-0 ASC (13th) * Texas Lutheran (7-9-1, 4-7-1 ASC) and Schreiner (3-12-1, 3-9-0 ASC) are no longer members of the conference.

2013 PRESEASON PLAYERS OF THE YEAR [Voted on by ASC Head Coaches and SID's]

OFFENSIVE................................. Macey Lee, F, Jr., MC DEFENSIVE.................. Courtney Cramer, D, Sr., HSU

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RICHARDSON, Texas –– Hardin-Simmons has been predicted to win its 11th consecutive and 16th overall American Southwest Conference women’s soccer title, it was announced on Tuesday (Aug. 20) by the conference office after a vote of the league’s 11 head coaches and sports information directors. Taking 2013 preseason player of the year honors were MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE’S MACEY LEE and HardinSimmons Courtney Cramer. Hardin-Simmons, which went 18-1-2 overall (12-0-0 ASC) and reached the sectional round of the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship last season, totaled 239 points and received all but three of the 22 possible first-place votes to be the favorite in the annual preseason poll. Head coach Marcus Wood’s Cowgirls have gone 157 games without losing to a conference opponent and claimed nine consecutive ASC regular season crowns. HSU, which won the national title in 2010, led the league with 89 goals last season – 30 more than anyone else in the ASC. The Cowgirls were scored on just eight times. Texas-Tyler (14-5-1, 11-1-0 ASC) was picked to finish as the runner-up with 218 points and landed two first-place votes. Head coach Stefani Webb’s Patriots reached the conference title game last season and took HSU to overtime in the regular season before falling, 2-1. Two-time conference champion Texas-Dallas (11-5-2, 7-3-2 ASC) was the choice for third place with 188 points and received the final first-place vote. MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (14-3-3, 9-2-1 ASC) was just one point behind UTD to be the fourth-place selection. East Texas Baptist (8-7-1, 6-5-1 ASC) totaled 136 points to be in the fifth position and Concordia Texas (9-6-3, 7-3-2 ASC) had 125 points to round out what would be the league’s six teams to qualify for the ASC Championship Tournament. Howard Payne had 112 points to be the seventh-place pick. Mary Hardin-Baylor (106 pts.) was eighth, followed by Louisiana College (68 pts.), LeTourneau (44 pts.) and Ozarks (29 pts.). Lee (Pearl, Miss. / PHS), a 5-foot-6 junior forward, has been named ASC Preseason Offensive Player after posting the third most points in the league last season with 14 goals and seven assists. Four of her goals were of the game-winning variety. Cramer (Abilene, Texas / Wylie HS), a 5-foot-7 senior defender, has been named as ASC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year after spearheading a unit that allowed only 0.38 goals per game and produced 15 shutouts last season – both top marks in the conference. Cramer also found the back of the net 14 times. Lee and Cramer, whose goal totals tied for best in the conference, were each first team all-ASC selections last season. Cramer was the defensive player of the year. The 2013 ASC season – the 18th in league history – begins as early as Aug. 30. The six-team, single elimination conference tournament is slated for Nov. 7-10 – with an off day on Nov. 9 – at the site of the regular season champion. An automatic berth into the NCAA Division III tournament will be on the line. NOTES: New head coaches in the conference are LeTourneau’s Jamie Lindvall and Concordia Texas’ Heather Primavera. . . . Texas Lutheran (7-9-1, 4-7-1 ASC) and Schreiner (3-12-1, 3-9-0 ASC) are no longer members of the conference . . . . Hardin-Simmons is ranked No. 6 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Continental Tire Division III Women’s Coaches Top 25 Poll. . . . Entering his 14th season at Hardin-Simmons, Wood ranks fourth all-time among women’s soccer head coaches from all NCAA levels with an .868 winning percentage (236-27-21). . . . To talk about ASC Soccer on Twitter this season, use the hashtag: #ASCsoccer.

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2012 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Hardin-Simmons Texas-Tyler MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE Texas-Dallas Concordia Texas East Texas Baptist Howard Payne Texas Lutheran Mary Hardin-Baylor Schreiner Louisiana College LeTourneau Ozarks

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OVERALL

W-L PTS PCT. 12-0-0 36 1.000 11-1-0 33 .917 9-2-1 28 .792 7-3-2 23 .667 6-4-2 20 .583 6-5-1 19 .542 6-6-0 18 .500 4-7-1 13 .375 3-7-2 11 .333 3-9-0 9 .250 2-8-2 8 .250 1-10-1 4 .125 1-11-0 3 .083

W-L 18-1-2 14-5-1 14-3-3 11-5-2 8-7-3 8-7-1 6-9-0 7-9-1 6-8-2 3-12-1 5-11-2 1-14-1 1-17-0

PF 63 42 43 30 23 19 24 14 13 6 9 6 9

PA 3 5 8 11 13 19 22 34 18 52 27 42 47

PTS 56 43 45 35 27 25 18 22 20 10 17 4 3

PCT. .905 .725 .775 .667 .528 .531 .400 .441 .438 .219 .333 .094 .056

PF 89 54 59 37 28 25 26 18 17 8 21 9 11

PA 8 15 14 17 20 24 30 41 22 64 38 56 69

2012 ALL-AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TEAMS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

ASC Offensive Player of the Year: Katie Kuykendall, F, Sr., HSU ASC Defensive Player of the Year: Courtney Cramer, D, Jr., HSU ASC Co-Offensive Freshmen of the Year: Chana Forstall, F, UT-Tyler; Sioned Kirkpatrick, F, TLU ASC Defensive Freshman of the Year: Laurel Boyd, D, UT-Tyler ASC Tri-Sportsmanship Athletes of the Year: Lindsey Edwards, MF, Sr., UT-Tyler; Christina Hartsfield, D, Sr., HSU; Bethany Roberson, GK, Sr., MC ASC Coach of the Year: Stefani Webb, UT-Tyler

FIRST TEAM Pos D D D D D F F F F F MF MF MF MF MF GK GK

Name Courtney Cramer Amanda Weaver Julianna Kucera Megan Whitten Taylor Maeker Katie Kuykendall Charity Shipman Leslie Jones Macey Lee Jordan James Devon Howard Nikki Gordon Taylor Thigpen Melanie Benner Shannon Byrd Lexi Stinson Emily Breaux

School Hardin-Simmons Texas-Tyler Hardin-Simmons Mississippi College Texas-Dallas Hardin-Simmons Texas-Tyler Howard Payne Mississippi College Concordia Texas Hardin-Simmons Texas-Tyler Hardin-Simmons Mississippi College Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Louisiana College

Cl. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr.

Hometown Abilene, Texas (Wylie HS) Arlington, Texas (Lamar HS) Richardson, Texas (Lucas Christian) Collierville, Tenn. (CHS) Lubbock, Texas (A&M-Commerce) Weatherford, Texas (WHS) Lindale, Texas (LHS) Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite HS) Pearl, Miss. (PHS) Portland, Texas (Wayland Baptist) Abilene, Texas (Cooper HS) Austin, Texas (Bowie HS) Lockhart, Texas (Hays HS) Seminole, Fla. (SHS) Midland, Texas (MHS) Watuga, Texas (Birdville HS) Lafayette, La. (LHS)

SECOND TEAM Pos D D D D F F F F MF MF MF MF GK

Name Dalaine Whitlock Courtney Dunstan Kassey Nix Sasha Kotowych Sioned Kirkpatrick Kia Jelly Chestley Strother Kaitlyn Kiss Kelsey Biscoe Chastity Carrillo Alex Price Camryn Powell Macy Hurley

School Concordia Texas Texas-Tyler Howard Payne East Texas Baptist Texas Lutheran East Texas Baptist Texas-Tyler Mississippi College East Texas Baptist Concordia Texas Concordia Texas Mary Hardin-Baylor Texas-Tyler

Cl. Hometown Sr. Belton, Texas (BHS) So. Richmond, Texas (Houston) Jr. Brenham, Texas (BHS) Fr. Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS) Fr. San Antonio, Texas (Smithson Valley HS) So. Deerfield, Mass. (Nyack) Fr. Whitehouse, Texas (WHS) So. Lake Mary, Fla. (The master’s Academy) Jr. Clear Lake, Texas (CLHS) Jr. El Paso, Texas (Chapin HS) So. Corpus Christi, Texas (Wayland Baptist) Sr. Frisco, Texas (FHS) Jr. Sulphur Springs, Texas (SSHS)

THIRD TEAM Pos Name School D Nicole Frank Texas-Dallas D Alison Bullock Mary Hardin-Baylor D Elise Athans LeTourneau D Ashley Stenack Mary Hardin-Baylor F Christy Wyne Mississippi College F Liz Bowman LeTourneau F Kayla Akin Texas-Tyler F Taylor Bergeron Louisiana College MF Andrea Guevara Texas-Dallas MF Shannon Costello# Howard Payne MF Jordan Powers# Mary Hardin-Baylor MF Sarah Borg& Texas-Dallas MF Katie Plunk& LeTourneau MF Genna Shelley& Mississippi College GK Sarah Kathryn Robinson Mary Hardin-Baylor

Cl. Hometown So. Cedar Park, Texas (Westwood HS) Jr. Rockwall, Texas (Heath HS) Sr. Corpus Christi, Texas (Calallen HS) Fr. Georgetown, Texas (GHS) Sr. Poolesville, Md. (PHS) Sr. Magnolia, Texas (Concordia Lutheran HS) Fr. Saginaw, Texas (Boswell HS) Fr. Houma, La. (Terrebonne HS) So. Georgetown, Texas (GHS) Sr.. Farmington Hills, Mich. (FHS) Sr. Deer Park, Texas (DPHS) So. Tomball, Texas (Klein Oak HS) Jr. Longview, Texas (Pine Tree HS) Fr. Fort Worth, Texas (Northwest HS) Sr. Waco, Texas (Oklahoma Baptist)

HONORABLE MENTION Pos D D D D F MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF GK GK

Name Anna Champagne Ashlee Dubra# Jamie Rheman# Jennifer Kopetic Bria Howard Rachel Pool Alissa Burch& Kelley Clancey& Jamie Malinaric& Brandi Martin& Eliza Faillace Sarah Kirkland% Tori Seiler% Natalie Torres% Bethany Roberson Kila Hartom

School Louisiana College Louisiana College Texas-Dallas Texas Lutheran Schreiner East Texas Baptist Texas-Dallas Louisiana College LeTourneau Louisiana College Mary Hardin-Baylor Concordia Texas Mary Hardin-Baylor East Texas Baptist Mississippi College Concordia Texas

Cl. Hometown Jr. Houma, La. (Louisiana-Lafayette) Jr. Clinton, Miss. (CHS) Jr. Katy, Texas (KHS) Jr. Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point HS) Fr. Harker Heights, Texas (HHHS) Sr. Tyler, Texas (All Saints Episcopal) So. New Market, Md. (Mount St. Mary’s) Fr. New Iberia, La. (Westgate HS) Jr. Keller, Texas (KHS) Fr. Baton Rouge, La. (St. Michael Archangel HS) Jr. Bradenton, Fla. (Manatee HS) Fr. Lubbock, Texas (Georgetown HS) Sr. Belton, Texas (BHS) So. Maybank, Texas (MHS) Sr. Collierville, Tenn. (CHS) So. Albuquerque, N.M. (St. Pius X)

RICHARDSON, Texas –– Hardin-Simmons teammates Katie Kuykendall and Courtney Cramer won player of the year awards to highlight the 2012 American Southwest Conference women’s soccer awards, the ASC office announced on Thursday (Nov. 8) after a vote of the league’s head coaches. asc soccer women's Kuykendall (Weatherford, Texas / WHS) was named ASC Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. She led the conference with 43 points – including a league-high 21 assists – and had four game-winning goals. Kuykendall fueled an offense that scored 85 goals – 26 more than any other team in the ASC. Cramer (Abilene, Texas / Wylie HS) was named ASC Defensive Player of the Year after spearheading a unit that allowed just four goals over 18 matches. Cramer, who also tied for the league lead with 14 goals and added three assists, helped pave the way for 14 shutouts. Kuykendall and Cramer helped lead the Cowgirls to their 10th straight conference title, the regular season crown, a No. 2 national ranking and an undefeated record entering the NCAA Division III tournament. They were each named to the ASC All-Conference First Team. Texas-Tyler forward Chana Forstall (Keller, Texas / Central HS) and Texas Lutheran forward Sioned Kirkpatrick (San Antonio, Texas / Smithson Valley HS) split the title of ASC Offensive Freshman of the Year. Forstall scored five goals, while Kirkpatrick netted 11. Texas-Tyler defender Laurel Boyd (Austin, Texas / Westside HS) earned the title of ASC Defensive Freshman of the Year after helping produce 10 shutouts. Texas-Tyler midfielder Lindsey Edwards (Katy, Texas / KHS), Hardin-Simmons defender Christina Hartsfield (Abilene, Texas / Wylie HS) and Mississippi College goalkeeper Bethany Roberson (Collierville, Tenn. / CHS) – all seniors – shared the honor of ASC Women’s Soccer Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year. Texas-Tyler’s Stefani Webb was named ASC Coach of the Year after guiding a 14-win season – including an 11-1 mark in league play – and an appearance in the ASC title match.

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2012 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS

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SHOTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 559 26.62 2. Mississippi College 20 381 19.05 3. Texas-Tyler 20 368 18.40 4. Texas-Dallas 18 333 18.50 5. Concordia Texas 17 272 16.00 6. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 203 12.69 7. Louisiana College 18 196 10.89 8. Howard Payne 15 193 12.87 9. Texas Lutheran 17 156 9.18 10. East Texas Baptist 15 153 10.20 11. LeTourneau 16 110 6.88 12. Ozarks 18 101 5.61 13. Schreiner 16 64 4.00

ASSISTS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 80 3.81 2. Mississippi College 20 44 2.20 3. Texas-Tyler 20 41 2.05 4. Texas-Dallas 18 29 1.61 5. Concordia Texas 17 25 1.47 6. East Texas Baptist 15 19 1.27 7. Louisiana College 18 16 0.89 8. Texas Lutheran 17 15 0.88 9. Howard Payne 15 12 0.80 10. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 11 0.69 11. Ozarks 18 10 0.56 12. Schreiner 16 7 0.44 13. LeTourneau 16 5 0.31

FOULS 1. Mississippi College 2. Mary Hardin-Baylor 3. Louisiana College Texas-Tyler 5. East Texas Baptist 6. Texas-Dallas 7. Concordia Texas 8. Texas Lutheran 9. Hardin-Simmons 10. Ozarks 11. Howard Payne 12. LeTourneau 13. Schreiner

GP No. Avg/G 20 147 7.35 16 130 8.12 18 129 7.17 20 129 6.45 15 127 8.47 18 125 6.94 17 122 7.18 17 107 6.29 21 103 4.90 18 89 4.94 15 82 5.47 16 74 4.62 16 71 4.44

POINTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 258 12.29 2. Mississippi College 20 162 8.10 3. Texas-Tyler 20 149 7.45 4. Texas-Dallas 18 103 5.72 5. Concordia Texas 17 83 4.88 6. East Texas Baptist 15 71 4.73 7. Howard Payne 15 64 4.27 8. Louisiana College 18 58 3.22 9. Texas Lutheran 17 51 3.00 10. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 45 2.81 11. Ozarks 18 32 1.78 12. Schreiner 16 23 1.44 LeTourneau 16 23 1.44

GOALS ALLOWED GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 8 0.38 2. Mississippi College 20 14 0.70 3. Texas-Tyler 20 15 0.75 4. Texas-Dallas 18 17 0.94 5. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 22 1.38 6. Concordia Texas 17 23 1.35 7. East Texas Baptist 15 27 1.80 8. Howard Payne 15 30 2.00 9. Louisiana College 18 38 2.11 10. Texas Lutheran 17 41 2.41 11. LeTourneau 16 56 3.50 12. Schreiner 16 64 4.00 13. Ozarks 18 69 3.83

CORNERS 1. Hardin-Simmons 2. Mississippi College 3. Texas-Tyler 4. Texas-Dallas 5. Concordia Texas 6. Louisiana College 7. Mary Hardin-Baylor 8. Howard Payne 9. East Texas Baptist 10. Texas Lutheran 11. Ozarks 12. LeTourneau 13. Schreiner

GP No. Avg/G 21 206 9.81 20 107 5.35 20 106 5.30 18 97 5.39 17 75 4.41 18 69 3.83 16 64 4.00 15 57 3.80 15 53 3.53 17 51 3.00 18 31 1.72 16 30 1.88 16 27 1.69

GOALS GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 89 4.24 2. Mississippi College 20 59 2.95 3. Texas-Tyler 20 54 2.70 4. Texas-Dallas 18 37 2.06 5. Concordia Texas 17 29 1.71 6. East Texas Baptist 15 26 1.73 Howard Payne 15 26 1.73 8. Louisiana College 18 21 1.17 9. Texas Lutheran 17 18 1.06 10. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 17 1.06 11. Ozarks 18 11 0.61 12. LeTourneau 16 9 0.56 13. Schreiner 16 8 0.50

GOALS AGAINST AVG 1. Hardin-Simmons 2. Mississippi College 3. Texas-Tyler 4. Texas-Dallas 5. Concordia Texas 6. Mary Hardin-Baylor 7. East Texas Baptist 8. Howard Payne 9. Louisiana College 10. Texas Lutheran 11. LeTourneau 12. Ozarks 13. Schreiner

OFFSIDES 1. Mississippi College 2. Texas-Dallas 3. Hardin-Simmons 4. Concordia Texas 5. East Texas Baptist 6. Howard Payne Texas Lutheran Mary Hardin-Baylor 9. Ozarks 10. Louisiana College 11. Texas-Tyler 12. Schreiner 13. LeTourneau

GP 20 18 21 17 15 15 17 16 18 18 20 16 16

GOALS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 89 4.24 2. Mississippi College 20 59 2.95 3. Texas-Tyler 20 54 2.70 4. Texas-Dallas 18 37 2.06 5. East Texas Baptist 15 26 1.73 Howard Payne 15 26 1.73 7. Concordia Texas 17 29 1.71 8. Louisiana College 18 21 1.17 9. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 17 1.06 10. Texas Lutheran 17 18 1.06 11. Ozarks 18 11 0.61 12. LeTourneau 16 9 0.56 13. Schreiner 16 8 0.50

SAVES GP Saves Avg/G 1. Ozarks 18 151 8.39 2. Texas Lutheran 17 142 8.35 3. Schreiner 16 140 8.75 4. LeTourneau 16 119 7.44 5. Louisiana College 18 106 5.89 6. Concordia Texas 17 99 5.82 7. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 93 5.81 8. Howard Payne 15 73 4.87 9. Mississippi College 20 65 3.25 10. East Texas Baptist 15 59 3.93 11. Texas-Tyler 20 58 2.90 12. Texas-Dallas 18 51 2.83 13. Hardin-Simmons 21 47 2.24

YELLOW CARDS 1. East Texas Baptist 2. Mary Hardin-Baylor 3. Louisiana College 4. Mississippi College 5. Schreiner Concordia Texas 7. Ozarks Howard Payne LeTourneau 10. Texas Lutheran 11. Texas-Tyler Texas-Dallas 13. Hardin-Simmons

GP No. Avg/G 15 13 0.87 16 12 0.75 18 11 0.61 20 8 0.40 16 7 0.44 17 7 0.41 18 6 0.33 15 6 0.40 16 6 0.38 17 4 0.24 20 3 0.15 18 3 0.17 21 1 0.05

ASSISTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Hardin-Simmons 21 80 3.81 2. Mississippi College 20 44 2.20 3. Texas-Tyler 20 41 2.05 4. Texas-Dallas 18 29 1.61 5. Concordia Texas 17 25 1.47 6. East Texas Baptist 15 19 1.27 7. Louisiana College 18 16 0.89 8. Texas Lutheran 17 15 0.88 9. Howard Payne 15 12 0.80 10. Mary Hardin-Baylor 16 11 0.69 11. Ozarks 18 10 0.56 12. Schreiner 16 7 0.44 13. LeTourneau 16 5 0.31

SHUTOUTS 1. Hardin-Simmons 2. Mississippi College 3. Texas-Tyler 4. Texas-Dallas 5. Concordia Texas 6. Louisiana College 7. East Texas Baptist Howard Payne Mary Hardin-Baylor Texas Lutheran 11. Schreiner 12. LeTourneau Ozarks

GP GA Minutes 21 8 1950:34 20 14 1880:00 20 15 1770:00 18 17 1660:00 17 23 1727:52 16 22 1515:05 15 27 1460:00 15 30 1363:12 18 38 1602:38 17 41 1373:53 16 56 1460:00 18 69 1646:05 16 64 1460:00

GAA 0.37 0.67 0.76 0.92 1.20 1.31 1.66 1.98 2.13 2.69 3.45 3.77 3.95

GP No. Avg/G 21 15 0.71 20 11 0.55 20 10 0.50 18 9 0.50 17 6 0.35 18 5 0.28 15 4 0.27 15 4 0.27 16 4 0.25 17 4 0.24 16 2 0.12 16 0 0.00 18 0 0.00

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No. Avg/G 48 2.40 47 2.61 42 2.00 28 1.65 27 1.80 21 1.40 21 1.24 21 1.31 16 0.89 11 0.61 10 0.50 7 0.44 4 0.25


2012 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS SHOTS GP No. Avg/G 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 21 120 5.71 2. Jordan James-CTX 17 76 4.47 3. Leslie Jones-HPU 15 75 5.00 4. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 19 55 2.89 Melanie Benner-MC 20 55 2.75 6. Chestley Strother-UTT 18 53 2.94 Devon Howard-HSU 21 53 2.52 8. Nikki Gordon-UTT 20 52 2.60 9. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 17 47 2.76 Macey Lee-MC 18 47 2.61

ASSISTS 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 2. Devon Howard-HSU 3. Taylor Maeker-UTD 4. Kaitlyn Kiss-MC 5. Chastity Carrillo-CTX Chestley Strother-UTT Macey Lee-MC 8. Jordan James-CTX Taylor Thigpen-HSU Nikki Gordon-UTT

GP 21 21 18 18 17 18 18 17 19 20

No. Avg/G 23 1.10 16 0.76 9 0.50 8 0.44 7 0.41 7 0.39 7 0.39 6 0.35 6 0.32 6 0.30

SAVES GP No. Avg/G 1. Paige Horner-SU 13 123 9.46 Mary Eoff-UO 17 123 7.24 3. Emily Breaux-LC 17 103 6.06 4. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 83 5.19 5. Devin Crump-TLU 16 78 4.88 6. Nicole Kemper-LETU 16 75 4.69 7. Adrienne Walker-HPU 14 56 4.00 8. Kila Hartom-CTX 11 53 4.82 Bethany Roberson-MC 18 53 2.94 Macy Hurley-UTT 19 53 2.79

SHOTS PER GAME GP 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 21 2. Leslie Jones-HPU 15 3. Jordan James-CTX 17 4. Chestley Strother-UTT 18 5. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 19 6. Liz Bowman-LETU 13 7. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 17 8. Melanie Benner-MC 20 9. Macey Lee-MC 18 10. Nikki Gordon-UTT 20

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 2. Devon Howard-HSU 3. Taylor Maeker-UTD 4. Kaitlyn Kiss-MC 5. Chastity Carrillo-CTX 6. Macey Lee-MC Chestley Strother-UTT 8. Jordan James-CTX 9. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 10. Nikki Gordon-UTT

GP 21 21 18 18 17 18 18 17 19 20

No. 23 16 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6

Avg/G 1.10 0.76 0.50 0.44 0.41 0.39 0.39 0.35 0.32 0.30

SAVES PER GAME GP 1. Paige Horner-SU 13 2. Mary Eoff-UO 17 3. Emily Breaux-LC 17 4. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 5. Devin Crump-TLU 16 6. Kila Hartom-CTX 11 7. Nicole Kemper-LETU 16 8. Olivia Jablinski-CTX 9 9. Adrienne Walker-HPU 14 10. Christina Salas-ETBU 14

No. 123 123 103 83 78 53 75 41 56 44

GAME-WINNING GOALS GP 1. Courtney Cramer-HSU 21 2. Leslie Jones-HPU 15 Macey Lee-MC 18 Kaitlyn Kiss-MC 18 Charity Shipman-UTT 20 Katie Kuykendall-HSU 21

No. 5 4 4 4 4 4

Avg/G 0.24 0.27 0.22 0.22 0.20 0.19

SHUTOUTS GP 1. Macy Hurley-UTT 19 2. Bethany Roberson-MC 18 3. Lexi Stinson-HSU 21 4. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 5. Brittany Best-UTD 17 Macaire Ament-UTD 15 7. Brianna Blackwell-MC 8 8. Adrienne Walker-HPU 14 Kila Hartom-CTX 11 10. Emily Breaux-LC 17

Sho Sho/G 8.0 0.42 5.3 0.29 4.9 0.23 3.1 0.19 2.5 0.15 2.5 0.17 2.3 0.29 2.2 0.16 2.2 0.20 2.1 0.12

SHUTOUTS PER GAME GP 1. Macy Hurley-UTT 19 2. Bethany Roberson-MC 18 3. Lexi Stinson-HSU 21 4. Kila Hartom-CTX 11 5. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 6. Macaire Ament-UTD 15 7. Adrienne Walker-HPU 14 8. Brittany Best-UTD 17 9. Olivia Jablinski-CTX 9 10. Emily Breaux-LC 17

Sho Sho/G 8.0 0.42 5.3 0.29 4.9 0.23 2.2 0.20 3.1 0.19 2.5 0.17 2.2 0.16 2.5 0.15 1.2 0.13 2.1 0.12

No. Avg/G 120 5.71 75 5.00 76 4.47 53 2.94 55 2.89 36 2.77 47 2.76 55 2.75 47 2.61 52 2.60

POINTS 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 2. Devon Howard-HSU 3. Macey Lee-MC 4. Courtney Cramer-HSU 5. Leslie Jones-HPU 6. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 7. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 8. Charity Shipman-UTT 9. Jordan James-CTX 10. Melanie Benner-MC

GP G A Pts Avg 21 12 23 47 2.24 21 10 16 36 1.71 18 14 7 35 1.94 21 14 3 31 1.48 15 13 0 26 1.73 17 11 3 25 1.47 19 9 6 24 1.26 20 10 3 23 1.15 17 8 6 22 1.29 20 8 5 21 1.05

POINTS PER GAME 1. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 2. Macey Lee-MC 3. Leslie Jones-HPU 4. Devon Howard-HSU 5. Courtney Cramer-HSU 6. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 7. Jordan James-CTX 8. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 9. Charity Shipman-UTT 10. Kia Jelly-ETBU

GP 21 18 15 21 21 17 17 19 20 15

G 12 14 13 10 14 11 8 9 10 7

A 23 7 0 16 3 3 6 6 3 3

Pts 47 35 26 36 31 25 22 24 23 17

Avg 2.24 1.94 1.73 1.71 1.48 1.47 1.29 1.26 1.15 1.13

GOALS GP 1. Macey Lee-MC 18 Courtney Cramer-HSU 21 3. Leslie Jones-HPU 15 4. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 21 5. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 17 6. Charity Shipman-UTT 20 Devon Howard-HSU 21 8. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 19 9. Jordan James-CTX 17 Kayla Akin-UTT 20 Melanie Benner-MC 20

No. Avg/G 14 0.78 14 0.67 13 0.87 12 0.57 11 0.65 10 0.50 10 0.48 9 0.47 8 0.47 8 0.40 8 0.40

GOALS PER GAME GP 1. Leslie Jones-HPU 15 2. Macey Lee-MC 18 3. Courtney Cramer-HSU 21 4. Sioned Kirkpatrick-TLU 17 5. Katie Kuykendall-HSU 21 6. Charity Shipman-UTT 20 7. Devon Howard-HSU 21 8. Taylor Thigpen-HSU 19 9. Jordan James-CTX 17 10. Kia Jelly-ETBU 15

No. 13 14 14 11 12 10 10 9 8 7

GOALS AGAINST AVG GP 1. Lexi Stinson-HSU 21 2. Macy Hurley-UTT 19 3. Bethany Roberson-MC 18 4. Macaire Ament-UTD 15 5. Kila Hartom-CTX 11 6. Brittany Best-UTD 17 7. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 8. Olivia Jablinski-CTX 9 9. Christina Salas-ETBU 14 10. Adrienne Walker-HPU 14

GA 7 15 13 7 10 10 20 10 17 24

Minutes GAA 1486:04 0.42 1770:00 0.76 1416:22 0.83 760:00 0.83 985:39 0.91 900:00 1.00 1332:58 1.35 652:13 1.38 956:33 1.60 1201:50 1.80

SAVE PERCENTAGE GP Saves GA 1. Lexi Stinson-HSU 21 43 7 2. Kila Hartom-CTX 11 53 10 3. Sarah Robinson-UMHB 16 83 20 4. Olivia Jablinski-CTX 9 41 10 5. Bethany Roberson-MC 18 53 13 6. Macy Hurley-UTT 19 53 15 7. Devin Crump-TLU 16 78 24 8. Macaire Ament-UTD 15 22 7 9. Emily Breaux-LC 17 103 35 10. Brittany Best-UTD 17 28 10

Pct. .860 .841 .806 .804 .803 .779 .765 .759 .746 .737

Avg/G 9.46 7.24 6.06 5.19 4.88 4.82 4.69 4.56 4.00 3.14

Avg/G 0.87 0.78 0.67 0.65 0.57 0.50 0.48 0.47 0.47 0.47

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AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Women's Soccer RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

SCORING

POINTS Game 15 Miranda Logan, UTD (vs. CTX) [7gl, 1a] Season 73 Amy Kuykendall, HSU [26 gl, 21 a, 24 gm] Season/Ave. 3.44 Amy Scull, Austin [18 gm, 24g-14a-62pt] Career 191 Janna Wilson, ETBU [76 gm, 73 gl, 45a] Career/Ave. 2.85 Amy Scull, Austin [55 gm, 65g-2a7-157pt] GOALS Game 7 Miranda Logan, UTD (vs. CTX) Season 30 Whitney Piendak, HSU [24 gm] Season/Ave. 1.47 Rachel Jones, UMHB [17 gm, 25gl] Career 76 Amy Kuykendall, HSU [97 gm] Career/Ave. 0.96 Janna Wilson, ETBU [76 gm, 73 gl] ASSISTS Game 5 Whitney Piendak, HSU [vs. Schreiner] 5 Leah Bowyer, UTD [vs. Louisiana College] 5 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [vs. Schreiner] 5 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [vs. Schreiner] Season 24 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [25 gm] Season/Ave. 1.09 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [21 gm, 23 assists] Career 84 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [90 gm] Career/Ave. 0.93 Katie Kuykendall, HSU [90 gm] 40 GOALS AND 40 ASSISTS Career Amy Kuykendall, HSU [76 goals, 46 assists] Katie Kuykendall, HSU [47 goals, 84 assists] Janna Wilson, ETBU [73 goals, 45 assists] Mindi Zamora, HSU [54 goals, 47 assists] FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME 0:24 Sunny Valencia, TLU (at CTX) 0:25 Lauren Daily, UTT (at Schreiner) FASTEST TWO CONSECUTIVE GOALS BY SAME PLAYER 0:30 Leslie Jones, HPU [9:14, 9:54], (vs. LC) 0:32 Roni Salens, MC [54:22, 54:54], (vs. McMurry) 0:35 Sandra Reynolds LET [72:32, 73:07], (vs. LC) FASTEST TWO CONSECUTIVE GOALS BY SAME TEAM 0:13 Kendall Kramer [75:42] & Leah Solomon [75:55], UTT (at Ozarks) FASTEST THREE CONSECUTIVE GOALS BY SAME PLAYER 2:01 Leslie Jones, HPU (vs. LC) [9:14, 9:54, 11:15] 5:00 Janna Wilson, ETBU (vs. Schreiner) [2:00, 6:00, 7:00] FASTEST THREE CONSECUTIVE GOALS BY SAME TEAM 1:31 Genny Nevit [12:22], Ashley Carter [13:24], Genny Nevit [13:53], UTD (vs. LC) CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH AT LEAST ONE GOAL 21 Andrea Gilbreth, HSU

SCORING 10/1/2000 2006 1997 2003-06 1997-99 10/1/2000 2006 2001 2006-10 2003-06 10/16/2003 9/18/2010 10/23/2010 10/5/2012 2010 2012 2009-12 2009-12 2006-10 2009-12 2003-06 2003-06 10/10/2009 10/10/2009 10/9/2010 10/2/2010 9/30/2000 10/31/2009 10/9/2010 10/14/2005 9/30/2006

SHUTOUTS Season 12 Katie Johnson, UTD [22 gms] 12 Katie Johnson, UTD [21 gms] 12 Catherine Fox, UTD [19 gms] 12 Brittany Best, UTD [21 gms] Season/Ave. 0.67 Rachel Goold, HSU [18 gm, 12.0 SHO] Career 41 Katie Johnson, UTD [77 gms] Career/Ave. 0.54 Cat Fox, UTD [20 SHO, 37 gms] SHUTOUT PERCENTAGE (min. 6 shutouts) Season .591 Christi Carr, HSU (13 of 22) Career .500 Rachel Goold, HSU (36 of 72)

9/29/1998 2010 2010 2009-2012 2005-2008 1999-2002 2010 2008-11 2002 2004 2005 2011 2002 2001-04 2005-06 2007 2001-04

GOALKEEPER MINUTES PLAYED Season 2046:45 Rachel Goold, HSU [23 gms] Career 6836:22 Katie Johnson, UTD [77 gms]

2001 2001-04

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES Season 869:01 Rebecca Roth, HSU [11 gms]

2011

MISCELLANEOUS

GAMES PLAYED Career 97

Amy Kuykendall, HSU

2006-10

ASC Schools Key: CTX (Concordia Texas), ETBU (East Texas Baptist), HSU (Hardin-Simmons), HPU (Howard Payne), LET (LeTourneau), LC (Louisiana College), UMHB (Mary Hardin-Baylor), MCM (McMurry), MC (Mississippi College), SRSU (Sul Ross State), UTD (Texas-Dallas), UTT (Texas-Tyler), TLU (Texas Lutheran)

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SCORING MARGIN Season 4.96

SHOTS Game 73 Season 751 Season/Ave. 31.29

Hardin-Simmons (vs. Howard Payne) [20 goals, 16 assists] Hardin-Simmons [24 gm, 135 gls-102 ast) Hardin-Simmons [24 gm, 135 gl-102 ast-372 pt]

10/27/2006 2006 2006

Hardin-Simmons (vs. Howard Payne) Hardin-Simmons [24 gm] Hardin-Simmons [24 gm, 135 gls]

10/27/2006 2006 2006

Hardin-Simmons (vs. Concordia-Austin) Hardin-Simmons [22 gm] Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 105 ast]

9/18/2004 2004 2004

Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 5.32 own-0.36 opp]

2011

Hardin-Simmons (vs. Schreiner) Hardin-Simmons [24 gm] Hardin-Simmons [24 gm, 751 shots]

9/23/2005 2006 2006

LeTourneau (vs. Texas-Dallas) Schreiner [18 gm] Louisiana College [15 gm, 233 sv]

9/29/1998 1999 2001

DEFENSE SAVES Game 35 Season 255 Season/Ave. 15.53

GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME Season 0.23 Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 5 GA]

2004

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season 0.22 Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 5 GA]

2004

SHUTOUTS Season Season/Ave.

19 0.72

Hardin-Simmons [25 gm] Hardin-Simmons [25 gm, 18 SHO]

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 11 Hardin-Simmons

2010 2001

10/2/2001 - 10/31/2001

MISCELLANEOUS

GOALKEEPING

SAVES Game 35 Erin O'Brien, LET (vs. UTD) Season 326 Emily Breaux, LC [18 gms] Season/Ave. 18.1 Emily Breaux, LC [18 gms] Career 858 Emily Breaux, LC [70 gms] 839 Carla Lambert, LC [69 gms] Career/Ave. 12.36 Jessica Bush, Ozarks [44 gm, 544 sv] GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season 0.27 Rebecca Roth, HSU [24 gm, 6 GA, 2030:21 min.] Career 0.26 Rebecca Roth, HSU [24 gm, 13 GA, 4527 min.]

POINTS Game 56 Season 372 Season/Ave. 15.5 GOALS Game 20 Season 135 Season/Ave. 5.625 ASSISTS Game 17 Season 105 Season/Ave. 4.77

WINS IN A SEASON 24 Hardin-Simmons [25 gm, 24-0-1, National Champions] 20 Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 20-2-0] 20 Hardin-Simmons [22 gm, 20-2-0] CONSECUTIVE WINS 23 Hardin-Simmons 18 Hardin-Simmons UNBEATEN STREAK 25 23

Hardin-Simmons [24-0-1, National Champions] Hardin-Simmons [19-0-4]

2010 2005 2009

2010 2005

2010 2001

CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS 44 Hardin-Simmons

10/18/08 - 9/1/12

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE WINS (excludes conference tournament) 61 Hardin-Simmons

9/25/08 - present

CONFERENCE GAMES UNBEATEN STREAK (excludes conference tournament) 157 Hardin-Simmons 9/4/2000 - present HOME UNBEATEN STREAK 55 Hardin-Simmons 54 Hardin-Simmons

10/23/1999 - 9/2/2005 10/24/08 - present

CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS 17 Hardin-Simmons

1996 - present

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 22 Concordia-Austin

9/25/1999 - 9/3/2001

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE LOSSES (excludes conference tournament) 12 McMurry 9/25/2004 - 9/23/2005

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MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER RECORD BOOK (CAREER) SCORING POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Megan Tubman Macey Lee Danae Sellari Kemily Weimer Kristy Morse Kimberly Kaim Melanie Benner Chiali Lee

POINTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10

Player Kemily Weimer Macey Lee Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Megan Tubman Melanie Benner Danae Sellari Kaitlyn Kiss Kristin Cannon Anna Clark

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

Player Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Macey Lee Megan Tubman Kemily Weimer Kristy Morse Danae Sellari Kimberly Kaim Melanie Benner Chiali Lee

Seasons Goals Asst. Pts. 2003-06 58 19 135 2004-07 51 26 128 1999-02 39 22 100 2011- 41 11 93 1999-02 31 26 88 2002-03 36 13 85 2004-07 32 12 76 2006-09 24 17 65 2011- 22 20 64 1997-00 20 17 57 Seasons Games Pts. 2002-03 37 85 2011- 47 93 2003-06 74 135 2004-07 76 128 1999-02 64 100 2011- 46 64 1999-02 67 88 2011- 47 55 2000-01 29 32 2008 21 23

Avg. 2.30 1.98 1.82 1.68 1.56 1.39 1.31 1.17 1.10 1.10

GOALS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Kemily Weimer Macey Lee Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Megan Tubman Kristin Cannon Melanie Benner Anna Clark Danae Sellari Kristy Morse

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Player Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Macey Lee Hollye Henderson Megan Tubman Kemily Weimer Danae Sellari Molly Dearborn Lesly Melo Kristy Morse

ASSISTS

Seasons Goals 2003-06 58 2004-07 51 2011- 41 1999-02 39 2002-03 36 2004-07 32 1999-02 31 2006-09 24 2011- 22 1997-00 20

Seasons Games Goals Avg. 2002-03 37 36 0.97 2011- 47 41 0.87 2003-06 74 58 0.78 2004-07 76 51 0.67 1999-02 64 39 0.61 2000-01 29 15 0.52 2011- 46 22 0.48 2008 21 10 0.48 1999-02 67 31 0.46 2004-07 73 32 0.44

1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player Kellie Kirby Tina Deshotels Danae Sellari Megan Tubman Melanie Benner Jennifer Benson Katie DeDeaux Kaitlyn Kiss Hannah Langley Kimberly Kaim Chiali Lee

Seasons 2003-06 2004-07 2011- 2007-10 1999-02 2002-03 1999-02 2008-11 2008-11 2004-07

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

SHOTS ATTEMPTED

GW 17 14 10 9 9 7 7 6 6 6

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

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

Player Bethany Harris Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Roberson Mallory Pope Kyt Keen Elizabeth Beatty Brittany Patrick April Moss Amber Busin Brianna Blackwell

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

SAVES PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Harris Kyt Keen Mallory Pope Bethany Roberson Brittany Patrick Elizabeth Beatty Brianna Blackwell

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Player Kyt Keen Jane Halbert Jones April Moss Amber Busin Bethany Harris Brittany Patrick Elizabethy Beatty Bethany Roberson Mallory Pope Brianna Blackwell

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

MOST WINS

Seasons Games Saves 1997-99 29 220 2002-05 61 294 1998-01 29 105 2005-07 33 113 2009-12 49 141 2007-08 33 92 2008-11 38 94 2011- 20 40

Avg. 7.59 4.82 3.62 3.42 2.88 2.79 2.47 2.00

Seasons 1998-01 1997-99 1998-99 1997 2002-05 2007-08 2008-11 2009-12 2005-07 2011-

Pct. .882 .873 .859 .841 .835 .793 .777 .766 .758 .702

GA 14 32 11 11 58 24 27 43 36 17

Player Kyt Keen April Moss Brittany Patrick Elizabeth Beatty Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Brianna Blackwell Jane Halbert Jones Mallory Pope

Saves 105 220 67 58 294 92 94 141 113 40

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7 8. 10.

Player Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Brittany Patrick Elizabeth Beatty Mallory Pope Kyt Keen Brianna Blackwell Jane Halbert Jones April Moss Holly Eidson

MOST SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Player Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Brittany Patrick Elizabeth Beatty April Moss Mallory Pope Kyt Keen Holly Eidson Jane Halbert Jones Brianna Blackwell

Player Jennifer Benson Kemily Weimer Macey Lee Laura Leigh Ellis Melanie Benner Megan Tubman Amanda Kingston Danae Sellari Kristin Cannon Chiali Lee

Seasons Games Asst. Avg. 2011- 46 20 0.43 1999-02 67 26 0.39 2011- 47 17 0.36 2002-03 37 13 0.35 1999-02 64 22 0.34 2004-07 76 26 0.34 2003-06 76 26 0.34 2003 21 6 0.29 2007-08 40 11 0.28 1997-00 63 17 0.27 Seasons Goals Shots 2003-06 58 295 2004-07 19 231 1999-02 39 191 2004-07 51 185 1999-02 31 183 1997-02 20 161 2003-06 15 160 2011- 41 151 2006-09 24 151 2007-10 18 149 Seasons Games Shots 2003-06 74 295 2002-03 37 137 2011- 47 151 2004-07 76 231 2011- 46 139 1999-02 64 191 1998 16 45 1999-02 67 183 2000-01 29 77 1997-00 63 161

MISCELLANEOUS

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

Seasons Saves 2002-05 294 1997-99 220 2009-12 141 2005-07 113 1998-01 105 2008-11 94 2007-08 92 1998-99 67 1997 58 2011- 40

Player Jennifer Benson Laura Leigh Ellis Megan Tubman Kellie Kirby Danae Sellari Chiali Lee Tina Deshotels Macey Lee Kimberly Kaim Hollye Henderson

SHOT PER GAME

Seasons Asst. 2004-07 26 2003-06 26 1999-02 26 1999-02 22 2011- 20 2003-06 19 2001-04 18 2011- 17 2008-11 17 2006-09 17 1997-00 17

GOALKEEPING SAVES

Player Melanie Benner Danae Sellari Kaitlyn Kiss Kemily Weimer Megan Tubman Kellie Kirby Tina Deshotels Robin Emfinger Heather Roberson Chiali Lee

Seasons 1998-01 1998-99 2007-08 2008-11 2002-05 2009-12 2011- 1997-99 2005-07

GA 14 11 24 27 58 43 17 32 36

Min. 2092 1145 2461 2693 5312 3828 1278 2261 2150

GAA 0.60 0.86 0.88 0.90 0.98 1.01 1.20 1.27 1.51

Seasons Wins 2002-05 45 2009-12 25 2007-08 24 2008-11 16 2005-07 16 1998-01 15 2011- 11 1997-99 8 1998-99 8 2000 6 Seasons 2002-05 2009-12 2007-08 2008-11 1998-99 2005-07 1998-01 2000 1997-99 2011-

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GAMES PLAYED 1. 2. 5. 9. 10.

Player Carrie Kirk Hollye Henderson Kimberly Kaim Marley Bankston Kasey Ambrose Laura Leigh Ellis Kellie Kirby Tina Deshotels Amanda Krebs Megan Whitten Jennifer Benson

Seasons 2006-09 2007-10 2006-09 2005-08 2007-10 2004-07 2004-07 2003-06 2005-08 2009-12 2003-06

GOALIE GAMES PLAYED 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8 9.

Player Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Elizabethy Beatty Brittany Patrick Mallory Pope Kyt Keen Jane Halbert Jones Brianna Blackwell Holly Eidson April Moss

Seasons 2002-05 2009-12 2008-11 2007-08 2005-07 1998-01 1997-99 2011- 2000 1998-99

GP 79 78 78 78 76 76 76 76 75 74 74 GP 61 49 38 33 33 29 29 20 14 14

Avg. 3.99 3.70 3.21 3.04 3.02 2.98 2.81 2.73 2.66 2.56


MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER RECORD BOOK (SINGLE SEASON) SCORING POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

Player Kemily Weimer Kellie Kirby Kemily Weimer Kellie Kirby Jennifer Benson Jennifer Benson Macey Lee Kristy Morse Jennifer Benson Danae Sellari

POINTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Kemily Weimer Kellie Kirby Kellie Kirby Kristin Cannon Macey Lee Kristy Morse Jennifer Benson Kemily Weimer Jennifer Benson Danae Sellari

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

Player Kemily Weimer Kellie Kirby Jennifer Benson Jennifer Benson Kemily Weimer Kellie Kirby Kristy Morse Kristin Cannon Macey Lee Jennifer Benson Danae Sellari

Season 2002 2004 2003 2007 2006 2003 2012 2005 2004 2000

Goals Asst. Pts. 20 6 46 18 7 43 16 7 39 15 8 38 16 6 38 17 3 37 14 7 35 15 5 35 14 7 35 14 7 35

Season Games Pts. 2002 16 46 2004 20 43 2007 19 38 2000 16 32 2012 18 35 2005 18 35 2006 20 38 2003 21 39 2003 20 37 2000 19 35 Season 2002 2004 2003 2006 2003 2007 2005 2000 2012 2004 2000

Avg. 2.88 2.50 2.00 2.00 1.94 1.94 1.90 1.86 1.85 1.84

Goals 20 18 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 14

GOALS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Kemily Weimer Kristin Cannon Kellie Kirby Jennifer Benson Kristy Morse Jennifer Benson Kellie Kirby Jennifer Benson Macey Lee Kemily Weimer

Season Games Goals Avg. 2002 16 20 1.25 2000 16 15 0.94 2004 20 18 0.90 2003 20 17 0.85 2005 18 15 0.83 2006 20 16 0.80 2007 19 15 0.79 2005 14 11 0.79 2012 18 14 0.78 2003 21 16 0.76

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 2. 3. 5.

Player Season Kellie Kirby 2004 Jennifer Benson 2006 Christa Sutter 2008 Jennifer Benson 2003 10 Tied at

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 5. 10.

Player Season Danae Sellari 2002 Tina Deshotels 2004 Kimberly Kaim 2007 Megan Tubman 1999 Kaitlyn Kiss 2012 Kellie Kirby 2007 Katie DeDeaux 2003 Tina Deshotels 2003 Chiali Lee 1999 10 Tied at

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Player Danae Sellari Tina Deshotels Hannah Langley Megan Tubman Kimberly Kaim Kaitlyn Kiss Chiali Lee Kellie Kirby Katie DeDeaux Macey Lee Kellie Kirby

SHOTS ATTEMPTED

GW 8 6 5 5 4

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

Asst. 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 7

Player Jennifer Benson Jennifer Benson Laura Leigh Ellis Kemily Weimer Macey Lee Melanie Benner Megan Tubman Kemily Weimer Danae Sellari Laura Leigh Ellis

SHOT PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jennifer Benson Jennifer Benson Megan Tubman Kemily Weimer Chiali Lee Macey Lee Melanie Benner Megan Tubman Kristin Cannon Laura Leigh Ellis

Season Games Asst. Avg. 2002 16 11 0.69 2004 18 10 0.56 2011 13 7 0.54 1999 17 9 0.53 2007 19 9 0.47 2012 18 8 0.44 1999 18 8 0.44 2007 19 8 0.42 2003 20 8 0.40 2012 18 7 0.39 2005 18 7 0.39 Season 2003 2004 2006 2003 2011 2011 2002 2002 2000 2004

Goals Shots 17 106 14 88 7 72 16 70 11 69 9 68 12 67 20 67 14 65 8 59

Season Games Shots 2003 20 106 2004 20 88 2002 16 67 2002 16 67 1997 11 44 2011 18 69 2011 18 68 2001 14 51 2000 16 58 2006 20 72

Avg. 5.30 4.40 4.19 4.19 4.00 3.83 3.78 3.64 3.62 3.60

GOALKEEPING SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 9.

Player Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Harris Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Harris Mallory Pope Bethany Harris Elizabeth Beatty April Moss Kyt Keen Amber Busin

SAVES PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jane Halbert Jones Jane Halbert Jones Amber Busin Bethany Harris Bethany Harris April Moss Bethany Harris Mallory Pope Kyt Keen Elizabeth Beatty

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Player Kyt Keen Jane Halbert Jones Holly Eidson Bethany Harris Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Harris April Moss Kyt Keen Bethany Harris Amber Busin

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

Season Saves 1998 120 2003 106 1997 82 2005 81 2006 75 2002 71 2009 66 1999 66 2000 58 1997 58

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

Player Bethany Harris Kyt Keen Kyt Keen Bethany Harris Jane Halbert Jones Bethany Roberson Bethany Harris Brittany Patrick April Moss Brittany Patrick

MOST WINS Season Games Saves Avg. 1997 8 120 10.25 1998 16 82 7.50 1997 9 58 6.44 2005 13 81 6.23 2003 20 106 5.30 1999 13 66 5.08 2002 16 71 4.44 2006 19 75 3.95 2000 15 58 3.87 2009 19 66 3.47 Season GA 2000 6 1998 13 2000 4 2003 16 1997 13 2004 6 1999 11 2001 8 2002 13 1997 11

Saves 58 120 32 106 82 36 66 47 71 58

Pct. .906 .902 .889 .869 .863 .857 .857 .855 .845 .841

1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 10.

Player Brittany Patrick Bethany Harris Mallory Pope Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Elizabeth Beatty Brittany Patrick Bethany Harris Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Kyt Keen April Moss

MOST SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

Player April Moss Bethany Roberson Mallory Pope Bethany Harris Elizabeth Beatty Bethany Harris Bethany Roberson Brittany Patrick Brittany Patrick Bethany Harris Kyt Keen Holly Eidson

Season GA 2004 6 2000 6 2001 8 2002 13 1998 13 2012 13 2003 16 2008 13 1999 11 2007 11

Min. 1023 1008 1084 1437 1422 1416 1724 1365 1125 1096

GAA 0.53 0.54 0.66 0.81 0.82 0.83 0.84 0.86 0.88 0.90

Season Wins 2008 15 2003 15 2006 14 2002 12 2012 10 2009 10 2007 9 2005 9 2004 9 2010 8 2001 8 1999 8 Season Sho 1999 8 2010 7 2006 7 2004 7 2009 6 2002 6 2012 5 2008 5 2007 4 2003 4 2000 4 2000 4

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ALL-CONFERENCE PERFORMERS COACH OF THE YEAR

Darryl Longabaugh ('98, '99, '00, '03)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Jane Halbert Jones ('98)

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Amanda Kingston ('98)

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR April Smith ('03) Carrie Kirk ('09)

OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Jennifer Benson ('03) Kellie Kirby ('04) Kemily Weimer ('02)

DEFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Lauren Cooper ('07) Carrie Kirk ('06) Hannah Langley ('08) Jesse LeNoir ('01)

SPORTSMANSHIP ATHLETE Carrie Kirk ('08) Hannah Langley ('11) Bethany Roberson (‘12)

FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Melanie Benner (‘12) Jennifer Benson ('03) Laura Leigh Ellis ('06, '07) Bethany Harris ('02) Jane Halbert Jones ('98) Kellie Kirby ('04, '05, '07) Carrie Kirk ('06, '07, '08, '09) Chiali Lee ('98) Macey Lee (‘12) Kristy Morse ('04) Courtney Shires ('98) Meredith Strickland ('01) Megan Tubman ('01, '02) Megan Whitten (‘12)

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Kasey Ambrose ('08, '10) Jennifer Benson ('06) Anna Clark ('08) Molly Dearborn ('10) Laura Leigh Ellis ('04) Hollye Henderson ('10) Kimberly Kaim ('09) Kaitlyn Kiss (‘12) Macey Lee ('11) Lesly Melo ('08, '09, '10, '11) Brittany Patrick ('08) Emily Swinford ('08) Megan Whitten ('11)

THIRD TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Melanie Benner ('11) Jennifer Benson ('04, '05) Katie DeDeaux ('04) Tina Deshotels ('05) Laura Leigh Ellis ('05) Bethany Harris ('04) Hollye Henderson ('07) Kimberly Kaim ('07) Kellie Kirby ('06) Hannah Langley ('08, '09, '11) Nicole McKissack ('11) Liz Miller ('10) Kristy Morse ('05, '06) Genna Shelley (‘12) Christy Wyne (‘12)

HON. MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE

Lauren Cooper ('07) Tina Deshotels ('04) Bethany Harris ('05) Hollye Henderson ('09) Amanda Krebs ('05) Brittany Patrick ('07) Mallory Pope ('06) Bethany Roberson ('10, ‘12) Christa Sutter ('09) Emily Swinford ('06) Megan Whitten ('10)

FIRST TEAM ALL-EAST DIVISION

Jennifer Benson ('03) Katie DeDeaux ('03) Bethany Harris ('02) Jane Halbert Jones ('98) Amanda Kingston ('98) Chiali Lee ('98) Jesse LeNoir ('03) April Moss ('98) Courtney Shires ('98) Meredith Strickland ('01) Megan Tubman ('01, '02)

SECOND TEAM ALL-EAST DIVISION

Tina Deshotels ('03) Kyt Keen ('98, '01) Jesse LeNoir ('01, '02) Danae Sellari ('02) April Smith ('02, '03) Kemily Weimer ('02, '03)

HON. MENTION ALL-EAST DIVISION Bethany Harris ('03)

TEAM RECORDS MOST WINS 2008 - 17 (17-4-0)

ASSISTS 2007 - 54

POINTS 2007 - 184 (65 Goals, 54 Assists)

ASSISTS PER GAME 2007 - 2.84 (54 Assists, 19 Games)

POINTS PER GAME 2002 - 11.31 (181 Points, 16 Games)

SAVE PERCENTAGE 2000 - .903 (10 GA, 93 Saves)

GOALS 2002 - 68

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 2000 - 0.49 (10 GA, 1825 Min.)

SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT

W L T

Agnes Scott Alcorn State Austin College Averett Belhaven Birmingham-Southern Cedar Crest Centenary Christian Brothers Christopher Newport Concordia (TX) Crichton Dallas Dallas Baptist Delta State East Texas Baptist Emory Gallaudet Goucher Gwynedd-Mercy Hardin-Simmons Hendrix Howard Payne Huntingdon Jackson State King's College La Roche LaGrange LeTourneau Louisiana College Loyola (LA) Mary Hardin-Baylor Marymount McDaniel McMurry Methodist Millsaps Neumann Northwood (TX) Ouachita Baptist Oglethorpe Ozarks (AR) Rhodes Schreiner Sewanee Spelman Spring Hill Sweet Briar Texas Lutheran Texas-Dallas Texas-Tyler UC Santa Cruz Whittier William Carey

2 0 1 0 3 11 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 15 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 15 0 2 4 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 19 2 17 0 5 0 8 2 1 0 1 0 8 0 1 0 15 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 19 2 1 1 10 0 1 2 1 0 2 1 2 0 10 1 4 8 4 7 0 1 0 0 1 0

Total

GOALS PER GAME 2002 - 4.25 (68 Goals, 16 Games)

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0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 1 0

188 84 18

% 1.000 1.000 0.188 1.000 0.250 0.500 1.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.850 1.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.775 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 0.031 0.000 0.563 0.333 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.905 1.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.912 1.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.905 0.500 1.000 0.333 1.000 0.667 1.000 0.909 0.382 0.385 0.000 0.500 1.000

0.679


ALL-TIME RESULTS

1997 (5-6) 1998 (6-6-4)

Opponent MC Opp Christian Brothers 0 1 LeTourneau 4 0 Agnes Scott 7 0 Austin College 1 2 Ozarks 1 0 Northwood 0 2 Univ. of Dallas 2 2 Texas-Dallas 0 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 3 Texas-Dallas 0 1 Dallas Baptist 0 0 Schreiner 5 0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 5 0 Spring Hill 3 4 Ozarks 2 1 Austin College 1 1

1999 (10-6-1)

Opponent MC Opp Millsaps 9 1 Sweet Briar 6 0 Christopher Newport 1 1 Ozarks 1 2 Ouachita Baptist 1 2 Belhaven 0 2 Millsaps 3 0 LeTourneau 5 0 East Texas Baptist 1 0 Austin College 1 2 LaGrange 6 0 Loyola 2 0 LeTourneau 3 2 East Texas Baptist 1 0 Austin College 0 2 Ozarks 1 0 Hardin-Simmons 2 3

2000 (13-4-2)

Opponent MC Opp Sweet Briar 5 0 Averett 7 1 Millsaps 1 1 Huntingdon 0 1 Louisiana College 7 0 Loyola 2 1 Austin College 0 1 Ozarks 5 0 LeTourneau 4 1 East Texas Baptist 3 0 Concordia (TX) 10 0 Louisiana College 3 0 Austin College 1 2 Ozarks 6 0 LeTourneau 3 0 East Texas Baptist 2 1 Millsaps 4 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 0 Austin College 0 1

2001 (9-6-0)

Opponent MC Opp Austin College 0 1 Louisiana College 6 0 Hendrix 1 2 East Texas Baptist 0 1 Loyola 3 0 Millsaps 2 0 Millsaps 2 0 Ozarks 0 2 Ozarks 4 1 Huntingdon 0 1 LaGrange 3 0 LeTourneau 3 0 LeTourneau 0 1 Louisiana College 5 0 Austin College 1 0

2002 (13-3-2) Opponent Gwynedd-Mercy Gallaudet Texas-Tyler Jackson St. Alcorn St. Millsaps Louisiana College LeTourneau East Texas Baptist Ozarks Austin College Texas-Dallas Austin College Ozarks Texas-Dallas Louisiana College LeTourneau East Texas Baptist

MC Opp 0 3 3 0 3 1 13 0 15 0 3 0 8 2 4 1 1 0 5 0 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 0 6 0 1 1

2003 (16-4-1)

Opponent MC Opp Goucher 5 1 La Roche 1 2 Loyola 7 1 Rhodes 2 1 Louisiana College 8 0 Millsaps 3 2 William Carey 2 1 LeTourneau 2 0 East Texas Baptist 4 0 Austin College 2 1 Ozarks 3 0 Texas-Dallas 3 2 Texas-Tyler 2 0 Austin College 0 1 Ozarks 6 0 Texas-Dallas 1 1 Texas-Tyler 2 1 LeTourneau 5 0 East Texas Baptist 0 2 Louisiana College 9 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 1

2004 (14-6-0)

Opponent MC Opp LaGrange 7 0 Huntingdon 4 0 Millsaps 3 0 Loyola 5 0 Rhodes 1 3 Texas Lutheran 0 1 Schreiner 8 0 East Texas Baptist 2 0 LeTourneau 2 0 Texas-Dallas 0 2 Texas-Tyler 0 2 Austin College 1 0 Ozarks 4 2 Louisiana College 7 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 3 McMurry 5 0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 2 0 Concordia (TX) 7 0 East Texas Baptist 2 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 2

2005 (11-7-0) Opponent Methodist Sewanee Schreiner Texas Lutheran Millsaps Texas-Tyler Texas-Dallas Ozarks Austin College LeTourneau Crichton

MC Opp 1 0 0 4 5 1 2 1 4 1 4 5 0 5 2 0 0 4 6 1 5 1

Louisiana College McMurry Hardin-Simmons East Texas Baptist Concordia (TX) Mary Hardin-Baylor Austin College

8 2 0 1 5 4 0

0 1 6 3 1 3 2

2006 (14-6-0)

Opponent MC Opp Cedar Crest 7 0 Neumann 3 0 Millsaps 5 1 Belhaven 1 3 East Texas Baptist 2 1 LeTourneau 1 2 Concordia (TX) 6 0 Texas-Tyler 1 2 Texas-Dallas 0 6 Ozarks 2 0 Louisiana College 3 1 Spring Hill 4 1 Hardin-Simmons 0 3 McMurry 3 0 Howard Payne 4 0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 3 1 Texas Lutheran 1 0 Schreiner 8 1 LeTourneau 4 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 5

2007 (13-6-0)

Opponent MC Opp Emory 0 1 Birmingham Southern 1 2 Crichton 8 0 East Texas Baptist 5 0 LeTourneau 3 0 Concordia (TX) 9 0 Texas-Tyler 1 2 Texas-Dallas 0 1 Ozarks 6 0 Millsaps 2 1 Louisiana College 5 0 Hardin-Simmons 1 2 McMurry 6 0 Howard Payne 11 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor 3 0 Texas Lutheran 2 1 Schreiner 1 0 Texas Lutheran 1 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 3

2008 (17-4-0)

Opponent MC Opp McDaniel 3 0 King's College 2 0 Spelman 3 0 Agnes Scott 2 0 Emory 1 2 Texas-Tyler 2 1 Concordia (TX) 2 1 Millsaps 2 1 Ozarks 2 0 Texas-Dallas 1 0 Louisiana College 4 0 McMurry 9 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor 0 3 Howard Payne 3 0 Schreiner 5 0 Texas Lutheran 2 0 LeTourneau 6 1 East Texas Baptist 4 0 Texas Lutheran 2 1 Texas-Dallas 1 2

2009 (11-5-3) Opponent Delta State Belhaven Birmingham-So.

MC Opp 1 0 0 2 1 0

2013 LADY CHOCTAW SOCCER

Sewanee Texas-Tyler Concordia Texas Ozarks Texas-Dallas Louisiana College McMurry Hardin-Simmons Mary Hardin-Baylor Howard Payne Millsaps Schreiner Texas Lutheran LeTourneau East Texas Baptist Texas-Dallas

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

2 4 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2

2010 (12-5-2)

Opponent MC Opp Whittier 0 0 Marymount 2 0 Centenary 2 1 Millsaps 3 2 Texas-Dallas 2 1 Ozarks 10 0 Louisiana College 3 0 Spring Hill 3 2 Hardin-Simmons 0 5 McMurry 8 0 Howard Payne 0 1 Mary Hardin-Baylor 1 2 Texas Lutheran 1 0 Schreiner 6 0 East Texas Baptist 1 0 LeTourneau 4 0 Concordia Texas 1 1 Texas-Tyler 0 3 Howard Payne 0 1

2011 (10-7-1)

Opponent MC Opp UC Santa Cruz 1 2 Belhaven 1 0 Hendrix 0 1 Texas-Dallas 0 3 Ozarks 4 0 Louisiana College 6 0 Centenary 2 1 Millsaps 3 0 Hardin-Simmons 0 5 McMurry 8 0 Howard Payne 1 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor 6 2 Texas Lutheran 3 0 Schreiner 3 0 East Texas Baptist 1 2 LeTourneau 5 0 Concordia (TX) 1 2 Texas-Tyler 2 2

2012 (14-3-3)

Opponent MC Opp Birmingham-So. 1 1 Sewanee 2 0 Berry 1 0 Oglethorpe 5 0 Louisiana College 2 0 Texas-Brownsville 1 2 Howard Payne 4 0 Hardin-Simmons 1 2 Schreiner 4 0 Texas Lutheran 6 0 East Texas Baptist 6 1 Texas-Tyler 1 2 LeTourneau 3 0 Millsaps 3 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor 3 0 Concordia Texas 3 2 Ozarks 10 1 Texas-Dallas 0 0 East Texas Baptist 2 0 Texas-Tyler 1 1

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“But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” “At Parkway we know the importance of long hours of practice, teamwork, dedication, and the desire for excellence both in athletic competition and in the classroom. As avid Choctaw supporters, Parkway is extremely proud of the championship character of our tradition rich Choctaw athletic program and proud to be a loyal friend and supporter of Mississippi College.

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