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2009 Chanticleers 00 Shelby 0 Butz

Karen Pavlick

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Amy Haggard

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Kelsey Havell

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Sara Niles

Dana Abby Ali 10 Maegen 15 Cami Hellberg 11 Gentile 12 Fennessey 14 Morin Skladany

Morgan Thomas

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Anna Tupy

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Colleen Schohl

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Tori Strengari

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Maggie McGavin

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Maggie Wilding

Kelsey Danielle Jessie Marissa Katie 16 Corie 17 Kelsie 22 Julia Coles Dreisbach 18 Spencer 19 Schaefer 20 Benchley 21 Terry Baldwin 23 Weigel

Courtney Sarah Jessica 24 Laura 25 Sam 27 Ashley 28 Katie 31 Molly Hordis Schuller 26 Moser Day Jaskulski 29 McPartlan 30 Lewis Johnson

32 Kelsey 33 Samantha 37 Amanda Davis Teijelo Carta

Head Coach Rohan Naraine


2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Coastal Carolina Women’s Soccer Table of Contents

2009 Coastal Carolina TV/Radio Roster .................... Inside Front Cover Table of Contents/Quick Facts............................................................ 1 2009 Outlook .................................................................................2-3 2009 Roster ....................................................................................... 4 2009 Chanticleer Bios...................................................................5-20 Q & A with the Chanticleers............................................................. 21 Coastal Carolina Coaching Staff ..................................................22-23 Women’s Soccer Support Staff ........................................................ 23 Photo Collage .............................................................................24-25 Back-to-Back Big South Champions ...........................................26-27 2009 Opponents.............................................................................. 28 Series vs. All-Time Opponents ......................................................... 29 Big South Conference ...................................................................... 30 2008 Big South Standings ............................................................... 31 2008 Big South Statistics................................................................. 32 2008 Results.................................................................................... 33 2008 Stats ....................................................................................... 34 Coastal Carolina All-Time Roster...................................................... 35 Single-Game Records ...................................................................... 36 Single-Season Records .................................................................... 37 Career Records and Honors .........................................................38-39 Year-by-Year Results ....................................................................... 40 Tradition of Excellence..................................................................... 41 Coastal Carolina University .............................................................. 42 Myrtle Beach, S.C. ........................................................................... 43 President David A. DeCenzo............................................................. 44 Coastal Carolina University Athletic Department ............................. 45 Athletic Facilities ............................................................................. 46 NCAA Compliance............................................................................ 47 Athletic Media Relations ................................................................. 48 2009 Seniors ............................................................ Inside Back Cover 2009 Schedule ....................................................................Back Cover

Quick Facts

Institution .................................................. Coastal Carolina University Location ........................................................................... Conway, S.C. Founded .......................................................................................1954 Enrollment ..................................................................................8,300 Nickname ..........................................................................Chanticleers Pronunciation of Nickname ...........................................SHON-ti-cleers Colors ................................................................ Teal, Bronze and Black Stadium ...................................................Coastal Carolina Soccer Field Capacity ......................................................................................1,000 Affiliation .....................................................................NCAA Division I Conference ............................................................................Big South President...................................................................David A. DeCenzo Alma Mater/Year ......................................................... Maryland, 1978 Athletics Director .........................................Warren D. “Moose” Koegel Alma Mater/Year ....................................................... Penn State, 1971 Web Site..........................................................www.GoCCUsports.com

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ...................................................................Rohan Naraine Alma Mater/Year ..................................North Carolina Wesleyan, 1986 Record at Coastal Carolina (Years) ......................................41-18-4 (3) Career Record (Years) .........................................................83-91-7 (9) Office Phone.................................................................. 843-349-2859 Women’s Soccer Athletic Trainer ...................................... Heather Fons

Team Information

2008 Record .............................................................................. 13-7-1 2008 Big South Record ........................................................6-2-1 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost...................................................................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................................................15/8 Newcomers ......................................................................................16 First Year of Women’s Soccer.........................................................2000 Overall All-Time Record ...............................................88-68-20 (.590)

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Athletic Media Relations

Assistant AD for Media Relations...................................John A. Martin Office Phone.................................................................. 843-349-2822 E-mail Address .................................................. jamartin@coastal.edu Assoc. Media Relations Dir./WSOC Contact ........................................... ........................................................................................Kent Reichert Office Phone.................................................................. 843-349-2840 Cell Phone ..................................................................... 843-421-8244 E-mail Address ................................................... kreicher@coastal.edu Media Relations Assistant .............................................. Teresa Garbee Media Relations Assistant ............................................Deandra Danch SID Fax .......................................................................... 843-349-2819 Mailing Address .......................................................... P.O. Box 261954 ...................................................................... Conway, SC 29528-6054 Overnight Address......................................132 Chanticleer Drive West ................................................................................Conway, SC 29526

What is a Chanticleer?

The Chanticleer (SHON-ti-cleer) gives Coastal Carolina University one of the most unique nicknames in all of sports. Chanticleer comes from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and came to Coastal Carolina University when the University was a member of the University of South Carolina system. A Chanticleer is a rooster who rules the barnyard with cunning and wit. His competitiveness never wanes as he battles to the end, using his brains to come out on top every time.

Credits

Editor/Design and Layout: Kent Reichert. Editorial Assistance: Deandra Danch, Teresa Garbee, John Martin, Rohan Naraine. Photography: Bill Edmonds and Judey Johns of the Coastal Carolina University Photography Department, Allen Pavlick, BigSouthPhotos.com, Molly Johnson, Tori Strengari, Kelsey Havell. Some photos courtesy of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. Printing: Multi-Ad Printing - Peoria, Ill. Cover Design: Coastal Carolina University Office of University Communication. No reproductions or other use without the express written permission of the Coastal Carolina University Athletic Media Relations Department.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Outlook

The 2009 version of the Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer team is looking to take the final step in winning the Big South Tournament and advancing to the NCAA Championships. The Chanticleers have been so close they can taste it the past two seasons. In 2007, the Chants won the Big South regular-season title and advanced to the championship game of the tournament, but fell to High Point in penalty kicks. Last year, the same scenario unfolded, but Coastal Carolina fell to Radford 2-1 in the title game. This season, the Chanticleers return six starters and 15 letterwinners from last year’s team, hoping the hard work during the spring and summer pays off in an NCAA berth. ” I think that our returning starters have to step up and play well,” fourth-year Coastal Carolina head coach Rohan Naraine said. “There are a few freshmen who we expect to get playing time and step in right away. I think we are going to do well because of the leadership from our captains. That has to be very good. I think the whole team knows each other and are going to get along well. That’s half of it right there. “The most important thing is that they are all in shape. If not, we’ll get them there, but it helps if they are...With our six or seven starters returning and our freshmen group, I think it’s going to be a good group to work with.” The Chanticleers return six starters from last year’s championship game, with most of those playing in the midfield and on defense. The backfield remains intact except for Chelsea Terry, who missed most of the second half of the season with an injury. The defense will be filled with upperclassmen as seniors Maegen Hellberg, Corie Coles and Sarah McPartlan are all projected starters in the back while juniors Amy Haggard and Karen Pavlick both have the experience in goal. Hellberg is a three-year starter in the back for the Chants, starting 62 games in that time span. She is a two-time All-Big South Second Team selection and can play at sweeper for the Chants. Coles will return to the lineup after injuring her ankle last year at East Carolina. Coles started Coastal Carolina’s first seven games before the injury sidelined her until the Big South Tournament. McPartlan could split time at forward and in the back, as she played both positions last season. She had four assists her first season in a Chanticleer uniform in being named to the All-Big South Second Team. Haggard started 17 games last season for the Chanticleers, recording five shutouts and sporting a 1.44 goals-against-average. She is a former Big South All-Freshman Team member who has 14 career shutouts. Pavlick came on in last year’s Big South Tournament, earning shutouts in wins over Gardner-Webb and High Point. Both goalies will have competition from Eastern Kentucky transfer Amanda Carta and freshman Shelby Butz. The backfield might also be the deepest position for the Chanticleers. Colleen Schohl and Kelsey Havell are both heading into their junior seasons for the Chanticleers. The duo have combined to play in 47 games for the Coastal Carolina defense. Sophomore Marissa Terry was a Big South All-Freshman Team selection last season, playing in both the midfield and on defense. Terry had six starts and scored her first career goal against Austin Peay. Sophomore Tori Strengari also can play in the back or the midfield. She made seven starts last season and assisted

2009 OUTLOOK

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2009 Outlook

Samantha Teijelo, Anna Tupy and Sara Niles all return to the Coastal Carolina midfield this season.

on Terry’s goal. Classmate Julia Baldwin came back from injury to play in eight games for Coastal Carolina. She also made two starts in the backfield. The midfield remains intact for the 2009 season. Naraine and the Chanticleers will have to replace First Team All-Big South honoree Emily McColl in the center midfield, but junior Anna Tupy will look to fill that void. Tupy has been solid in the midfield since she arrived at Coastal Carolina, starting all 43 games in her two-year career. She had one of the great moments of last season, scoring the game-winning goal with 14 seconds left in a 3-2 win over Liberty. Returning to play in the outside midfield are senior Samantha Teijelo and junior Sara Niles. Teijelo played in 20 games last year for the Chants, assisting on four goals to up her career assist total to eight. Niles has been a two-year starter on the outside. She also had four assists last season and now has six career helpers. Maggie Wilding returns for her junior season and can play in the midfield or in the back. The injury bug hit sophomores Jessie Benchley and Sam Schuller last season. Both will be looking to earn playing time in the midfield during preseason camp. Redshirt freshmen Kelsie Dreisbach and Molly Johnson will be playing their first season after redshirting in 2008. Coastal Carolina graduated two of its most prolific goal scorers in school history in Blair Monroe and Ashleigh Gunning along with Heather Haupt, who scored nine goals in her four years in Conway. Senior Dana Gentile will look to fill that scoring void. Gentile scored three goals last season for the Chanticleers and was the nation’s leading scorer in junior college in 2007 at Herkimer Community College. Another solid recruiting class comes in this fall, as 16 new faces will be in camp in August. The Chanticleers open the 2009 schedule Friday, August 28 against Jacksonville in the University of North Florida Tournament in Jacksonville, Fla. Coastal Carolina also will play host North Florida. After a road game at Appalachian State, the Chants will play in the Longwood Tournament, facing host Longwood and Richmond. Coastal Carolina will be at Elon Sept. 9, 1. Radford and then play George Mason and William and Mary in the Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott Tribe 2. Coastal Carolina Invitaitonal in Williamsburg, Va. 3. Charleston Southern The Chants open home play against The Citadel Tuesday, Sept. 15. Coastal Carolina then 4. High Point faces Conference USA’s East Carolina Friday, Sept. 18 at the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field. 5. Liberty Coastal Carolina opens Big South play Oct. 3 at High Point. The home Big South opener is 6. Winthrop Oct. 10 against VMI. Naraine expects the Big South to have parity much like the League did last 7. VMI season. 8. UNC Asheville ” I think the conference will be even closer this year than it was last season,“ Naraine said. 9. Gardner-Webb ”I think number 10 can beat number one on any given day. I think everyone has had a good recruiting class coming in. We’re even closer this year, and it’s going to be one game at a time and on that date. “ Naraine is excited about the possibilities of this year’s team. “We need to score goals like everyone else. We have some players coming back who can do that. I think that we’re going to have a lot of depth, which will help us. With the tough schedule that we have early on, we can get a lot of players in and get everything sorted out when we get to the conference and the tournament. “I thought I saw some good things from some people in the spring that I’m looking to start. We played some good teams and had some good wins. I thought it was a good spring for us, especially for some of our younger players to develop. They know what it takes to get a starting position.“

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2009 Roster No.

Name

Elig.

Pos.

Ht.

00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 37

Shelby Butz Karen Pavlick Amy Haggard Anna Tupy Colleen Schohl Tori Strengari Maggie McGavin Maggie Wilding Morgan Thomas Kelsey Havell Sara Niles Maegen Hellberg Dana Gentile Abby Fennessey Ali Morin Cami Skladany Corie Coles Kelsie Dreisbach Kelsey Spencer Danielle Schaefer Jessie Benchley Marissa Terry Julia Baldwin Katie Weigel Laura Hordis Sam Schuller Courtney Moser Ashley Day Katie Jaskulski Sarah McPartlan Jessica Lewis Molly Johnson Kelsey Davis Samantha Teijelo Amanda Carta

Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. So.

GK GK GK F/M D/M M/D D/M M/D F/M M/D M D/M F F D/M M M/D F/M M/F D M D/F D D/M M/F D/M F/M M D F/D M/F M F/M M/F GK

5-6 5-11 5-8 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-9 5-5 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-5 5-9 5-6 5-4 5-5

Hometown/High School (Previous)

Larksville, Pa./Wyoming Valley West Middletown, N.Y./Minisink Valley Sylva, N.C./Smoky Mountain Alexandria, Va./Thomas Edison Brecksville, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Heights Newark, Del./St. Mark’s Springfield, Va./West Springfield Williamsburg, Va./Lafayette Simpsonville, S.C./Southside Christian Arlington Heights, Ill./Buffalo Grove Elgin, Ill./Elgin Charlotte, N.C./Providence Utica, N.Y./Whitesboro (Herkimer C.C.) Hilton Head Island, S.C./Hilton Head Island Mason, Ohio/St. Ursula Academy Westerville, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales Pilesgrove, N.J./Woodstown (Lynchburg College) West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West Frederick, Md./Gov. Thomas Johnson Bridgetown, Ohio/Oak Hills Hudson, Ill./Normal Community West Charleston, S.C./James Island Paraparaumu, New Zealand/Paraparaumu Matthews, N.C./Covenant Day School Ambler, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham Charlotte, N.C./Providence Wilmington, Del./Brandywine Elkton, Md./North East Chuluota, Fla./Hagerty Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge (Loyola (Ill.)) Evans, Ga./Evans Park Hills, Ky./Notre Dame Academy Grovetown, Ga./Aquinas Holmdel, N.J./Holmdel Silver Spring, Md./St. Vincent Pallotti (Eastern Kentucky)

HEAD COACH: Rohan Naraine (North Carolina Wesleyan, 1986) fourth year ASSISTANT COACH: Emily McColl (Coastal Carolina, 2008), first year VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH: Barry Hedley, first year

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Alphabetical Roster 22 20 00 37 16 32 27 17 12 11 1 8 10 24 28 31 30 5 29 14 26 9 0 19 3 25 15 18 4 33 21 7 2 23 6

Baldwin, Julia Benchley, Jessie Butz, Shelby Carta, Amanda Coles, Corie Davis, Kelsey Day, Ashley Dreisbach, Kelsie (DRYS-bock) Fennessey, Abby Gentile, Dana (jen-TILE) Haggard, Amy Havell, Kelsey Hellberg, Maegen Hordis, Laura Jaskulski, Katie (JAZ-kull-skee) Johnson, Molly Lewis, Jessica McGavin, Maggie McPartlan, Sarah Morin, Ali (more-IN) Moser, Courtney Niles, Sara Pavlick, Karen Schaefer, Danielle Schohl, Colleen Schuller, Sam Skladany, Cami (skla-DANNY) Spencer, Kelsey Strengari, Tori Teijelo, Samantha (te-HELLO) Terry, Marissa Thomas, Morgan Tupy, Anna Weigel, Katie (WY-gull) Wilding, Maggie

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#16 Corie Coles

2009 Seniors

Sr. - M/D - 5-4 - Pilesgrove, N.J./Woodstown (Lynchburg College)

2008: Played in nine games for the Chanticleers with seven starts... Helped the Coastal Carolina backfield to shutouts against Wofford, USC Upstate and GardnerWebb... Had two assists on the season in wins over Wofford and The Citadel... Missed action due to injury from Sept. 24-Oct. 27... Had four shots on the year, including two against Gardner-Webb Nov. 6... 2007: Played in all 22 games for Coastal Carolina with 16 starts... Assisted on the game-winning goal in the Big South Tournament quarterfinal game against VMI... Was on the defense that had 12 shutouts and a 0.98 goals-against average... Had three shots on the year, one each in games against Longwood, UNC Asheville and High Point... Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played one season at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Va... Scored a goal and added an assist on the year... Attempted 20 shots on the year... Scored a goal in Lynchburg’s 6-0 win over Emory and Henry... High School: Was a four-year starter at Woodstown High School in Woodstown, N.J... Earned All-Area honors all four years and was a two-time First Team AllConference selection... Named to the All-South Jersey Second Team for two seasons... Helped the Wolverines to a 17-3-1 record in 2004... Earned the William Sibley Award while at Woodstown... Also lettered in track and softball... Personal: Full name: Corie Marie Coles... Daughter of Edwin and Stacy Coles... Sister Jessica played college soccer at Lynchburg... Is a member of Coastal Carolina’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee... Is majoring in marketing at Coastal Carolina. CORIE COLES’ STATISTICS AT COASTAL CAROLINA Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 22-16 9-7 31-23

Shots 3 4 7

Goals 0 0 0

Assists 1 2 3

Points 1 2 3

GW 0 0 0

Corie Coles Q & A Nickname: Cor Favorite Movie: Step Up Favorite Song on Your iPod: ”Becoming the Bull“ - Atreyu Favorite Book: Twilight Series Favorite Class: Art History and Marketing Favorite TV Show: Jon and Kate Plus 8 Favorite Food: Seafood Favorite Soccer Player: Cindy Parlow Favorite Soccer Team: Celtic FC Favorite Movie Quote: “Oh my god - Danny Devito - I love your work.” Meangirls If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Greece Favorite Actor: Brad Pitt What are your career plans after college?: Sports marketing/promotions for minor/major league baseball. What’s the best place you’ve ever been to?: Assateague Island with family. The thing I like most about Coastal Carolina is?: School colors!! If I was selected to be on a reality TV show, it would be?: Real Housewives of New Jersey My craziest ambition is?: To become a superhero and take over the world! I picked my jersey number because?: It’s the best number ever Do you have any superstitions/pre-game rituals?: Eat a fast break, jam out to the iPod, put my game face on!! Tell us something people don’t know about you?: I grew up on a farm in South Jersey.

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2009 Seniors #11 Dana Gentile

Sr. - F - 5-2 - Utica, N.Y./Whitesboro (Herkimer C.C.)

2008: Played in 18 games for the Chanticleers... Scored three goals for six points... Had her first career goal as a Chant in the 4-1 win over Austin Peay... Had a tally in the 3-2 win over UNC Asheville Oct. 7... Also scored a goal in the 5-0 win over USC Upstate Oct. 30... Attempted 16 shots on the year, with eight on goal... Enrolled at Coastal Carolina in the spring of 2008 and played with the Chanticleers in the spring season... Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at Herkimer Community College... Was a two-time First Team All-American for the Generals... Was the nation’s leading scorer in 2007 in junior college and was the Region II Player of the Year... Also earned All-Region and All-Conference honors both years at Herkimer... Played basketball and lacrosse for Herkimer... High School: Was a First Team All-Central New York selection her senior year at Whitesboro High School... Scored 42 goals her senior season... Ended her high school career with 117 goals and 41 assists... Was the leading scorer in the TriValley League, a Section III All-Star and the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2006... Played club soccer for Coliseum Soccer Club, who won the 2007 Italy Cup... Personal: Full name: Dana Lynn Gentile... Daughter of Anthony and Phyliss Gentile... Sister Lisa played college basketball at Fredonia State and brother Anthony played hockey and lacrosse at Mohawk C.C.... Majoring in exercise science at Coastal Carolina.

DANA GENTILE’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL CAROLINA Year 2008

GP-GS 18-0

Shots 16

Goals 3

Assists 0

Points 6

GW 0

Dana Gentile Q & A Favorite Movie: All the Ice Ages Favorite Song on Your iPod: ”I Love Your Girl“ - The Dream Favorite Book: Bruises Favorite Class: Anatomy and Physiology Favorite TV Show: Family Guy Favorite Food: My mother’s chicken riggies Favorite Soccer Player: Fernando Torres Favorite Soccer Team: Arsenal Favorite Movie Quote: “Big gulps, huh? Alright, welp, see you later.” If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Fiji Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler What are your career plans after college?: To be an occupational therapist. What’s the best place you’ve ever been to?: Italy The thing I like most about Coastal Carolina is?: The location=BEACH If I was selected to be on a reality TV show, it would be?: Real World/Road Rules Challenge My craziest ambition is?: To do my internship abroad in Italy. I picked my jersey number because?: It was the closest number to 10 and Hellberg had 10 before I came here! If I won the lottery, I would?: Travel all around the world, buy a big house, nice cars and never have to work a day in my life again! What has been your most memorable moment on a soccer field?: Gamewinning penalty kick in the championship game in Italy. Do you have any superstitions/pre-game rituals?: I can’t say the team cheer before the first kick off.

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2009 Seniors #10 Maegen Hellberg Sr. - D/M - 5-6 - Charlotte, N.C./Providence 2008 All-Big South Second Team

2008: Played and started in 20 games for the Chanticleers... Was an All-Big South Second Team selection... Scored a goal and added three assists for five points... Had her first goal of the season Oct. 30 in a 5-0 win over USC Upstate... Had assists in conference games against Gardner-Webb and High Point... Also had an assist in the 4-1 win over The Citadel... Helped the Coastal Carolina defense to six shutouts on the year... Attemped nine shots on the year, five of which were on goal... 2007: Played and started in all 22 games for Coastal Carolina, one of three players to achieve that feat... Was a Second Team All-Big South honoree... Also named to the All-Big South Tournament Team... Had two goals and two assists for six points... Scored her first career goal, a game winner, in a 2-0 win over UNC Asheville Oct. 8... Added a goal in a 2-0 win over USC Upstate Oct. 31... Assisted on the gamewinning goal in the 1-0 win over Winthrop Nov. 9 in the semifinals of the Big South Tournament... Had an assist in the season opener against Wofford Sept. 3... Was the stopper on the defense that has 12 shutouts and a 0.98 goals-against average... Had 17 shots on the year, six on goal... 2006: Played and started in all 20 games for Coastal Carolina... Was named to the Big South’s inaugural All-Freshman Team... Had one shot on the year against Winthrop Oct. 4... Part of the Coastal Carolina defense that has recorded a 1.43 goals-against average and five shutouts... High School: Lettered three years for Providence High School in Charlotte, N.C... Helped the Panthers to a state quarterfinal berth her junior season... Was named to the All-Southwestern 4A Team her junior season... Named the Defender of the Year by her teammates... Scored seven goals and added six assists... Was the captain of the Charlotte Soccer Club, which was a State Cup semifinalist... Was on the National Honor Society and was an Honor Roll student... Personal: Full name: Maegen Claire Hellberg... Daughter of Richard and Mary Hellberg... Is majoring in biology/pre-med at Coastal Carolina. MAEGEN HELLBERG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 20-20 22-22 20-20 62-62

Shots 1 17 9 27

Goals 0 2 1 3

Assists 0 2 3 5

Points 0 6 5 11

GW 0 1 0 1

Maegen Hellberg Q & A Nickname: Berg Favorite Class: Microbiology Favorite TV Show: King of Queens Favorite Movies: Crash and Diary of a Mad Black Woman Favorite Song on Your IPod: “In Your Atmosphere” - John Mayer Favorite Book: Marley & Me Favorite Food: Sushi Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington Favorite Soccer Player: Lionel Messi Favorite Professional Soccer Team: FC Barcelona If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Fiji What is one word to describe your personality off the field?: Multifaceted What are your career plans after college?: To attend medical school The thing I like the most about Coastal Carolina is?: The location...can’t beat going to school at the beach! I picked my jersey number because?: It was my number throughout high school and club ball...kinda lucky I guess. Tell us something people don’t know about you: I can’t whistle

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2009 Seniors #29 Sarah McPartlan

Sr. - F/D - 5-9 - Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge (Loyola (Ill.)) 2008 All-Big South Second Team 2008: Played and started in all 21 games for the Chanticleers... Was one of three Coastal Carolina players to start every game... Was an All-Big South Second Team selection... Had four assists on the season, which was tied for second on the team and tied for ninth in the Big South... Played the last month in the backfield after beginning the year as a forward... Had an assist in the 2-1 win over East Carolina... Had an assist in the conference win against UNC Asheville Oct. 7... Attempted 22 shots on the year, including a pair in the Big South Tournament championship game against Radford Nov. 9... Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at Loyola University Chicago... Played in 37 matches her freshman and sophomore seasons, scoring three goals and adding four assists... Scored the game-winner against DePaul in 2007... Had three goals her freshman season, including one at Nebraska... High School: Earned All-Fox Valley Conference honors three times at Prairie Ridge High School... Helped the Wolves to consecutive Elite Eight appearances at the IHSA Class AA state tournament... Had 19 goals and 15 assists her senior year... Was a two-time All-Area selection by the Northwest Herald... Played club soccer for FCX... Personal: Full name: Sarah Bridget McPartlan... Daughter of James and Irene McPartlan... Is a member of Coastal Carolina’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee... Majoring in sports and exercise science at Coastal Carolina.

SARAH MCPARTLAN’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL CAROLINA Year 2008

GP-GS 21-21

Shots 22

Goals 0

Assists 4

Points 4

GW 0

Sarah McPartlan Q & A Nickname: Mac Favorite TV Show: Nip/Tuck or Weeds Favorite Movie: Green Street Hooligans Favorite Song on Your IPod: That changes all of the time but right now ”All of the Above“ by Maino. Favorite Line from a Movie: “Hate is baggage. Life’s too short to be pissed off all the time.“ - American History X Favorite Food: Eggplant Parm! Favorite Actor: Too many to pick just one... Favorite Soccer Player: Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite Professional Soccer Team: Chicago Fire If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Greece?? What has been your most memorable moment on a soccer field?: Scoring the winning goal my junior year in high school to make it into the state tournament. What is one word to describe your personality off the field?: Energetic What are your career plans after college?: Graduate school - Physical therapy or physician’s assistant If I won the lottery, I would?: Give my parents everything and anything they have ever dreamed of and set up funds for kids that are less fortunate. My craziest ambition is?: Skydiving I picked my jersey number because?: It’s my lucky number What’s the best place you’ve ever been?: The French Riviera Tell us something people don’t know about you?: I wasn’t born in a hospital. I was born in my parent’s bedroom condo.

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2009 Seniors #33 Samantha Teijelo Sr. - M/F - 5-4 - Holmdel, N.J./Holmdel

2008: Played in 20 games for the Chanticleers with 18 starts... Had four assists on the season from the midfield... Had an assist in the 3-2 win over Libery Oct. 3... Assisted on the Chants goal in the Big South Tournament championship game against Radford Nov. 9... Also had assists in wins over The Citadel and USC Upstate... Attempted 20 shots on the year, nine of which were on goal... 2007: Played in 11 games with 10 starts for Coastal Carolina... Had three assists on the year, two of which came in a 3-2 win over Wagner Sept. 14... Also had an assist in the 3-0 win over The Citadel Sept. 12... Missed the last half of the season due to injury... Attempted six shots on the year, including two each against Francis Marion and VMI... 2006: Played in 15 games with four starts for the Chanticleers... Recorded an assist in the 3-1 win over Alabama A&M Sept. 17... Attempted seven shots on the year... Had two shot attempts against Winthrop Oct. 4... High School: Was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Holmdel High School in Holmdel, N.J... Named to the Class A Central All-Division Team her junior season... Also was her team’s Most Valuable Player... Was the team captain her senior season... Named to the North Shore B All-Division Team her freshman and sophomore campaigns... Also ran track at Holmdel... Played club soccer for FC Vision Blackthorn, helping her team to a victory in the Ft. Dix Tournament and the Baltimore Bays College Showcase... Personal: Full name: Samantha Elizabeth Teijelo... Daughter of Manolo and Suzanne Teijelo... Majoring in sport management and health promotion at Coastal Carolina. SAMANTHA TEIJELO’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL CAROLINA Year 2006 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 15-4 11-10 21-21 47-35

Shots 7 6 22 35

Goals 0 0 0 0

Assists 1 3 4 8

Points 1 3 4 8

GW 0 0 0 0

Samantha Teijelo Q & A Nickname: Sam Favorite Class: Sports Law Favorite TV Show: Sex and the City Favorite Movie: What Happens in Vegas Favorite Song on Your IPod: “Better in Time” - Leona Lewis Favorite Line from a Movie: “They say nothing lasts forever; dreams change, trends come and go, but friendships never go out of style.” - Sex and the City Favorite Actor: Cameron Diaz Favorite Soccer Player: David Beckham Favorite Professional Soccer Team: New York Red Bulls If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Cuba What has been your most memorable moment on a soccer field?: Anna scoring the winning goal with 13 seconds left against Liberty. What is one word to describe your personality off the field?: Spontaneous What are your career plans after college?: Become an event manager at sporting events. Favorite Food: Chicken Parm The thing I like most about Coastal Carolina is?: Friendly environment If I won the lottery, I would?: Travel My craziest ambition is?: To live all around the world. I picked my jersey number because?: It’s my lucky number What’s the best place you’ve ever been?: Europe Do you have any superstitions/pre-game rituals?: No

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers #1 Amy Haggard

#8 Kelsey Havell

Jr. - GK - 5-8 Sylva, N.C./Sylva

Jr. - M/D - 5-6 Arlington Hts., Ill./Buffalo Grove

2008: Played in 18 games with 17 starts for the Chanticleers... Had a 1.44 goalsagainst average and 56 saves in 1564:48... Had five shutouts on the year, including conference shutouts against Presbyterian, Radford and VMI... Had a season-high six saves in games against UNC Greensboro and East Carolina... Had four saves in a game on seven occasions... 2007: Played in 19 games with 17 starts at goalkeeper... Led the Big South with a 0.67 goals-against average, which was 27th in the nation... Only allowed 11 goals in 1,488:41... Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team... Broke the school record with nine shutouts and had a 14-2-1 record in goal... Made 12 saves and had three shutouts in the Big South Tournament... Had five saves in games against Winthrop and High Point in the tournament... Stopped six shots in a 2-0 win over Winthrop Oct. 20... Had 54 saves on the year... Had five saves in a 1-0 win over Liberty Oct. 27... Also had five saves in a 2-1 win over North Florida Sept. 16... High School: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer at Smoky Mountain High School in Sylva, N.C... Was the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year and Goalkeeper of the Year her senior season... Was a two-time All-Conference member... Was named a team captain her junior and senior seasons... Also lettered in volleyball and basketball at Smoky Mountain... Earned First Team AllConference honors in basketball her junior season and helped the Mustangs to a state championship her senior year... Played club soccer for the Smoky Mountain Soccer Club from 2004-06... Was in the Honors Show Choir and was part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Smoky Mountain...

2008: Played in three games for the Chanticleers last season, including the Duke game Aug. 24... 2007: Played in 18 games for Coastal Carolina with nine starts... Part of the defense that had 12 shutouts and a 0.98 goals-against average... Had three shots on the year, with two at Jacksonville Sept. 9... High School: Was a four-year starter for Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill... Was a three-time all-Mid Suburban East player for the Bison... Named to the All-Area team by the Daily Herald her junior and senior seasons as well as being an All-Sectional performer... Scored 11 goals her junior campaign... Was a three-time captain for the Bison... Also played basketball and volleyball at Buffalo Grove... Played club soccer for KUFC Premier, the 2005 US Soccer National Champions and the 2006 runners-up... On the honor roll seven semesters at Buffalo Grove... Personal: Full name: Kelsey Anne Havell... Daughter of Dave and Robyn Havell... Majoring in sports management at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Amy Louise Haggard... Daughter of Bill and Linda Haggard... Is majoring in sports management at Coastal Carolina. AMY HAGGARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 Career

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GP-GS 19-17 18-17 37-34

W-L-T 14-2-1 10-6-1 24-8-2

Min. 1488:41 1564:48 3053:29

KELSEY HAVELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Saves 54 56 110

Goals 11 25 36

GAA 0.67 1.44 1.06

SO 9 5 14

Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 18-9 3-0 21-9

Shots 3 0 3

Goals 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers

#9 Sara Niles

#0 Karen Pavlick

Jr. - M - 5-2 Elgin, Ill./Elgin

Jr. - GK - 5-11 Middletown, N.Y./Minisink Valley

2008: Played in all 21 games for the Chanticleers with 18 starts... Tied for second on the team with four assists... Was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Winthrop Invitational... Had an assist in the season opener against UNC Greensboro Aug. 22... Also had assists in Big South games against Liberty and High Point... Attempted five shots on the year in the midfield, three of which were on goal... 2007: Played in all 22 games with 19 starts for the Chanticleers... Was named to the Big South All-Freshman Team... Had two assists on the year, which tied for fifth on the team... Had an assist in the season opener against Wofford Sept. 3 and added one in a 2-0 win over USC Upstate Oct. 31... Had six shots on the year... High School: Was a four-year starter for Elgin High School in Elgin, Ill... Was a three-time All-Area selection by the Daily Herald... Was a captain her last three seasons and was a two-time team Most Valuable Player... Earned All-Upstate Eight Conference honors for the third time her senior season... Named to the AllSectional team in 2007... Was Elgin’s Athlete of the Year in 2006-07 and is in the Maroons’ Hall of Fame... Also played basketball and volleyball at Elgin and was an All-Conference performer in basketball her senior year... Played with Coastal Carolina sophomore Kelsey Havell for the KUFC Premier club soccer team from 2005-07... Helped the team win a U.S. Soccer National Championship in 2005... Played for the Chicago United Breeze in the WPSL in the summer of 2007... Was a three-time Academic All-Upstate Eight member and a National Honor Society member...

2008: Played in five games with four starts for the Chanticleers... Had nine saves in 347:20 minutes of action... Garnered back-to-back shutouts of Gardner-Webb and High Point in the 2009 Big South Tournament, helping the Chants to the championship game... Had four saves in the 3-0 win over Gardner-Webb Nov. 6... Earned the win in the 3-2 victory over UNC Asheville Oct. 7, making one save... Stopped three shots in the game against Duke Aug. 24... 2007: Played in four games with two starts at goalkeeper for the Chanticleers... Had six saves at Wofford Sept. 3 and stopped four shots at Clemson Sept. 5... Had 12 saves on the year in over 200 minutes in goal... High School: Was a three-year starting goalkeeper at Minisink Valley High School in Slate Hill, N.Y... Helped the Warriors to a Section IX sectional final her senior season... Was a co-captain for the Warriors her senior year... Helped her team win the Section IX Conference her sophomore and junior seasons... Helped the Town of Wallkill Red Devils to an Empire Cup final in 2006 and a KSC Tournament champion in October of 2006... Was an Honor Roll student at Minisink Valley... Personal: Full name: Karen Lindsey Pavlick... Daughter of Allen and Susan Pavlick... Majoring in business management and communication at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Sara Carolyn Niles... Daughter of Steve and Sue Niles... Mother Sue played soccer at Texas A&M... Is a member of Coastal Carolina’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee... Majoring in exercise science at Coastal Carolina. SARA NILES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 22-19 21-18 43-37

Shots 6 5 11

KAREN PAVLICK’S CAREER STATISTICS Goals 0 0 0

Assists 2 4 6

Points 2 4 6

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GW 0 0 0

Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 4-2 5-4 9-6

W-L-T 0-2-0 3-1-0 3-3-0

Min. 200:56 347:20 548:16

Saves 12 9 21

Goals 6 6 12

GAA 2.69 1.55 1.97

SO 0 2 2

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers #3 Colleen Schohl

#2 Anna Tupy Jr. - F/M - 5-3 Alexandria, Va./ Thomas Edison 2008 All-Big South Second Team 2008 All-Big South Tournament Team

Jr. - D/M - 5-6 Brecksville, Ohio/ Brecksville-Broadview Heights

2008: Played in eight games with two starts for the Chanticleers... Started Aug. 22 against UNC Greensboro and Aug. 24 against Duke in the backfield.... Played in the Big South Tournament games against Gardner-Webb Nov. 6 and Radford Nov. 9... 2007: Played in 21 games for the Chanticleers with two starts... Had one assist on the year, which was at Longwood Sept. 30... Took seven shots on the season, four on goal... Had two shots against High Point Oct. 8... High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School in Broadview Heights, Ohio... Named to the Southwestern Conference First Team and was an All-Greater Cleveland Third Team member her senior season... Helped the Bees to an SWC and a sectional championship in 2006.. Helped Brecksville to three conference championships in her four years... Was an Athlete of the Week by the Sun Newspapers her senior season... Led the team in assists her sophomore year... Played club soccer for the Internationals Soccer Club from 1998-2004... Helped the team to six State Championships and two National Indoor Championships... Was a four-year Honor Roll student and an SWC Scholar-Athlete... Personal: Full name: Colleen Ann Schohl... Daughter of John and Bridget Schohl... Majoring in finance at Coastal Carolina.

2008: Played and started in all 21 games for the Chanticleers... One of three players to start every game... Was an All-Big South Second Team and All-Big South Tournament selection... Scored five goals for 10 points, which was fifth on the team... Four of her tallies were game-winning goals... Scored her first career goal in the 2-0 win over Presbyterian Sept. 24... Scored the Chants’ first goal in a 3-0 win over Gardner-Webb Nov. 6 in the Big South Tournament... Scored the game-winner with 14 seconds remaining in the 3-2 win over Liberty Oct. 3... Had her first multi-goal game in the 5-0 win over USC Upstate Oct. 30... Was named to the All-Tournament Team at both the Select Kickoff Classic and the Winthrop Invitational... Attempted 35 shots on the year in the midfield, 20 of which were on goal... 2007: Played and started in all 22 games for the Chanticleers, one of three players to start every game on the year... Was named to the Big South All-Freshman Team... Had two assists on the season, at North Florida Sept. 16 and at USC Upstate Oct. 31... Took 14 shots on the year, eight on goal... Had two shots apiece at VMI, at Winthrop and in the Big South Tournament against VMI... High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Thomas Edison High School in Alexandria, Va... Was named the District’s Player of the Year her senior season... Was a two-time First Team All-District and Honorable Mention All-Met performer... Was a Second Team AllRegional selection and earned Honorable Mention All-Met in 2007... Was a First Team All-Extra by the Washington Post her senior season... Was a Second Team All-District selection her junior season... Played field hockey for the Eagles, garnering First Team All-District honors her senior season... Played club soccer for the VISTA Hotshots from 2004-07, helping them to a runner-up state finish in 2005 and a semifinal berth in nationals in 2006... Was on the Honor Roll for three years at Thomas Edison... Personal: Full name: Anna Lynn Tupy... Daughter of John and Sueann Tupy... Brothers John and Stephen played college soccer at Temple and North Carolina Wesleyan, respectively... Majoring in political science with minors in philosophy and Spanish at Coastal Carolina.

COLLEEN SCHOHL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 Career

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GP-GS 18-2 8-2 26-4

Shots 7 0 7

Goals 0 0 0

ANNA TUPY’S CAREER STATISTICS Assists 1 0 1

Points 1 0 1

GW 0 0 0

Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 22-22 21-21 43-43

Shots 14 35 49

Goals 0 5 5

Assists 2 0 2

Points 2 10 12

GW 0 4 4

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

#6 Maggie Wilding

2009 Chanticleers #22 Julia Baldwin

Jr. - M/D - 5-7 Williamsburg, Va./Lafayette

2008: Played in two games for the Chanticleers... Appeared in the 5-0 win over USC Upstate Oct. 30 and the 3-0 win over Gardner-Webb in the Big South Tournament Nov. 6... 2007: Played in 17 games with 12 starts... Was part of the defense that had 12 shutouts and a 0.98 goals-against average... Took five shots on the season with four on goal... Had two shots against The Citadel Sept. 12... High School: Was a four-year starter at Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, Va... Was a four-time First Team All-District selection and helped the Rams to three district championships despite injuries her junior and senior seasons... Helped Lafayette to a region semifinalist in 2007 and a state quarterfinal berth in 2006... Was a three-time First Team All-Region performer... Also played field hockey at Lafayette, earning First Team All-District and All-Region honors her sophomore season... Played club soccer for the VA Rush Nike, helping them to a state quarterfinal berth... Was an Honor Roll student at Lafayette...

So. - D - 5-8 Paraparaumu, New Zealand/ Paraparaumu 2008: Appeared in eight games for the Chanticleers with two starts in the backfield... Started in wins over Presbyterian and Liberty... Also played in the Big South Tournament quarterfinal against Gardner-Webb Nov. 6... Helped the Chanticleer defense to shutouts of USC Upstate, Presbyterian and GardnerWebb... Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was part of the New Zealand Under-20 National Team... Personal: Full name: Julia Louise Baldwin... Daughter of John and Diane Baldwin... Majoring in exercise science at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Margaret Ann Wilding... Daughter of Artie and Mary Lynn Wilding... Majoring in sociology at Coastal Carolina.

MAGGIE WILDING’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 Career

GP-GS 14-11 2-0 16-11

Shots 5 0 5

Goals 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

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JULIA BALDWIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008

GP-GS 8-2

Shots 0

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

GW 0

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers #20 Jessie Benchley

#25 Sam Schuller

So. - M - 5-5 Hudson, Ill./Normal Community West

So. - D/M - 5-4 Charlotte, N.C./Providence

2008: Appeared in eight games for the Chanticleers... Had two shot attempts on the year in wins over Wofford and Liberty... Missed five games from Oct. 14-Nov. 1 due to injury...

2008: Appeared in eight games with one start for the Chanticleers... Started in the backfield in the Gardner-Webb game Sept. 27... Missed the last 12 games due to injury...

High School: Was a two-time All-Big 12 Conference First Team selection at Normal Community West... Also was a two-time All-Intercity First Team selection... Helped the Wildcats to a third-place finish at the state tournament in 2008... Led the area in assists and helped Normal Community to a state tournament berth her junior year... Scored 16 goals her sophomore year, guiding Normal Community to a super-sectional appearance in 2006... Played club soccer for the Central Illinois Select for four years... Also played for the Kickers United Football Club, helping them to a second place finish at the U.S. Club Nationals in 2007 and the Illinois State Cup title in 2008... Was a varsity soccer scholar-athlete along with being on the National Honor Society and the Honor Roll... Was part of the Freshman Mentoring Program and was a Peer Mediator...

High School: Was an All-Conference and All-Region selection her senior season at Providence High School in Charlotte, N.C... Earned three varsity letters for the Panthers... Was the team captain and the Female Panther Player of the Year her senior season... Was an All-Southwestern 4A player after her junior season... Helped Providence to a conference championship in 2007... Also helped Providence to a state finals berth her sophomore year... Was in the National Honor Society and made the A-B Honor Roll at Providence... Personal: Full name: Samantha Michele Schuller... Daughter of James and Karen Schuller... Plans to major in exercise and sport science at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Jessica Renae Benchley... Daughter of Michael and Sheryl Benchley... Plans to major in biology at Coastal Carolina.

JESSIE BENCHLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008

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GP-GS 8-0

Shots 2

Goals 0

SAM SCHULLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Assists 0

Points 0

GW 0

Year 2008

GP-GS 8-1

Shots 1

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

GW 0

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers

#4 Tori Strengari

#21 Marissa Terry

So. - M/D - 5-5 Newark, Del./St. Mark’s

So. - D/F - 5-4 Charleston, S.C./James Island 2008 Big South All-Freshman Team

2008: Played in all 21 games for the Chanticleers with seven starts... Had an assist in the 4-1 win over Austin Peay Sept. 19... Also had two shot attempts in the Austin Peay game... Had a shot attempt in the Big South Tournament semifinal game against High Point Nov. 7... Attempted four shots on the year...

2008: Played in 20 games for the Chanticleers with six starts... Was named to the Big South’s All-Freshman Team... Made six starts in a row in the backfield from Oct. 17-Nov. 6... Scored her first career goal in the 4-1 win over Austin Peay Sept. 19... Had three shots on the year, two on goal...

High School: Was named Third Team All-State and First Team All-Conference after her senior season at St. Mark’s High School in Wilmington, Del... Helped the Spartans win the DIAA state championship in 2008... Played in the Blue/White All-Star Game after her senior season... Awarded the Most Outstanding Female Soccer Player for St. Mark’s... Captained three varsity sports (soccer, volleyball and swimming) her senior season... Named to the All-Catholic Conference Second Team as a junior... Helped the Spartans to back-to-back state finals appearances in 2005 and 2006... Qualified for the state finals in swimming in the 50-meter freestyle and the 100-meter butterfly... Played club soccer for Hockessin, helping the team win the State Cup championship in 2004-05... Was part of the first place Cup Division team for the Philadelphia Area Girls Soccer in 2005-06... Was a four-year Honor Roll student at St. Mark’s...

High School: Was an All-State and All-Region selection after her senior year at James Island High School... Also was an All-Lowcountry selection in 2008... Was the Team’s Most Valuable Player and earned the Golden Boot Award... Played in the Clash of the Carolinas... Was the team’s captain her senior year... Earned three varsity letters at James Island... Earned the Trojan Award her junior year and was named to the Viking Cup All-Tournament Team in 2007... Personal: Full name: Marissa Constance Terry... Daughter of Ralph and Dianne Terry... Sister Chelsea was on the Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team from 2005-08 and sister Sabrina played soccer at Newberry College... Undecided on a major at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Victoria Anne Strengari... Daughter of Steve and Donna Strengari... Has a double major in marine science and biology at Coastal Carolina.

TORI STRENGARI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008

GP-GS 21-7

Shots 4

Goals 0

MARISSA TERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Assists 1

Points 1

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GW 0

Year 2008

GP-GS 20-6

Shots 3

Goals 1

Assists 0

Points 2

GW 0

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers #37 Amanda Carta So. - GK - 5-5 Silver Spring, Md./St. Vincent Pallotti (Eastern Kentucky)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played her freshman season at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Ky... Played in three matches, making seven saves and sporting a 0.94 goals-against average... High School: Was an All-State selection at St. Vincent Pallotti High School in Silver Spring, Md... Helped the Panthers to an IAAM Conference championship... Was a two-time Most Valuable Player for St. Vincent Pallotti and was a two-time All-Conference selection... Played club soccer for the Vista Hotshots in 2008... Was an Honor Roll student at St. Vincent Pallotti... Personal: Full name: Amanda Marie Carta... Daughter of David and Lynn Carta... Plans to major in business at Coastal Carolina.

#17 Kelsie Dreisbach

R-Fr. - F/M - 5-4 West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West 2008: Redshirted and has four years of eligibility remaining... High School: Earned All-Greater Miami Conference First Team honors her junior year at Lakota West... Was the team’s Offensive Player of the Year her junior and senior seasons... Earned four letters for the Firebirds and was honorable mention on the Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star team her sophomore season... Named to the Greater Miami Conference Second Team her sophomore and senior seasons... Helped the Firebirds win the conference title her freshman year... Played club soccer for the Cincinnati Futbol Alliance, who were champions of the Buckeye Premier League in 2005-06 and 2006-07... Also ran track at Lakota West... Was an Honor Roll student at West... Personal: Full name: Kelsie Lee Dreisbach... Daughter of Michael and Kathy Dreisbach... Is majoring in exercise and sports science at Coastal Carolina.

#31 Molly Johnson

R-Fr. - M - 5-9 Park Hills, Ky./Notre Dame Academy 2008: Redshirted and has four years of eligibility remaining... High School: Earned three varsity letters at Notre Dame Academy, helping the Pandas to a state semifinal berth her senior season... Was on the Northern Kentucky All-Star Team and earned All-Region honors at Notre Dame... Earned the “Push it to the Limit” Leadership Award her senior season... Helped the Pandas to three district championships her last three seasons... Also played basketball at Notre Dame, earning two varsity letters and being named to the District All-Tournament Team her senior season... Played club soccer for the Northern Kentucky United Soccer Club, who were state semifinalists in 2006 and 2007... Was named Academic All-State all four years at Notre Dame... Personal: Full name: Molly Caitlin Johnson... Daughter of Greg and Leslie Johnson... Is majoring in accounting at Coastal Carolina.

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#00 Shelby Butz

Fr. - GK - 5-6 Larksville, Pa./Wyoming Valley West High School: Earned three varsity letters at Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pa... Recorded nine shutouts and helped the Spartans to 14 wins her senior season... Blocked a penalty kick to help Wyoming Valley West advance to the first district round game... Was an Honorable Mention All-Conference performer and was on the conference’s All-Star Second Team her senior season... Was a cocaptain her junior season and helped the Spartans advance to the first round of districts.... Also played volleyball and set a school record with 241 assists her senior year... Also played basketball and track and field during her time at Wyoming Valley West... Played club soccer with FC America... Earned high honors in the classroom all four years at Wyoming Valley West... Personal: Full name: Shelby Victoria Butz... Daughter of Damian and Ann Mari Butz... Plans to major in marine science at Coastal Carolina.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

#32 Kelsey Davis Fr. - F/M - 5-6 Grovetown, Ga./Aquinas

High School: Started four years at Aquinas High School in Augusta, Ga... Scored 151 goals and had 66 assists in her four-year career for the Fightin’ Irish... Scored 48 goals her senior season, helping Aquinas to a third-consecutive region championship... Was a three-time All-Region and All-Area First Team selection... Was a two-time Most Valuable Player for the Fightin’ Irish... Was named one of the Augusta Chronicle’s Top-16 High School Athletes going into her senior season... Played club soccer for the Augusta Arsenal Soccer Club... Helped the club to two State Cup berths... Personal: Full name: Kelsey Marie Davis... Daughter of Robert and Kirsten Davis... Plans to major in biology at Coastal Carolina.

#12 Abby Fennessey Fr. - F - 5-3 Hilton Head Island, S.C./ Hilton Head Island

High School: Was named the 3A Player of the Year in 2009 and was an All-State player for Hilton Head Island High School in Hilton Head Island, S.C... Helped the Seahawks to a 3A state championship her junior season... Was the High School Sports Report and Island Packet Player of the Year as well as an All-State selection in 2007... Helped Hilton Head Prep to SCISA state championships in 2006 and 2007 and was in the Olympic Development Program (ODP)... Also played basketball at Hilton Head Prep, helping the squad to back-to-back SCISA championships... Was an Honor Roll student at Hilton Head...

2009 Chanticleers #27 Ashley Day Fr. - M - 5-6 Elkton, Md./North East

High School: Was a team captain and a two-time all-county player at North East High School in North East, Md... Led the county with eight assists and was second in the county with 18 points... Had nine goals and nine assists in 12 games her junior year and was a Cecil Spotlight player... Started four years for the Indians, accumulating 31 goals and 21 assists in her career... Also played softball for the Indians, earning all-county honors her junior season... Played club soccer for the DE United Blue Monkeys... Was an Honor Roll student at North East... Personal: Full name: Ashley Autumn Day... Daughter of Douglas and Debbie Day... Plans to major in marine science at Coastal Carolina.

#24 Laura Hordis

Fr. - M/F - 5-6 Ambler, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Hatboro-Horsham High School in Horsham, Pa... Also played volleyball and ran track for the Hatters... Plays for the DE United club team and also has played on the Horsham Travel Soccer and Kirkwood clubs... Was a Distinguished Honor Roll student at Hatboro-Horsham... Personal: Full name: Laura Christine Hordis... Daughter of Jim and Anita Hordis... Plans to major in marine science at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Abigail Christian Fennessey... Daughter of Kim Tavino... Plans to major in pre-medicine at Coastal Carolina.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2009 Chanticleers #28 Katie Jaskulski Fr. - D - 5-6 Chuluota, Fla./Hagerty

High School: Missed her junior and senior seasons at Hagerty High School in Oveido, Fla., due to injury... Played her sophomore season at Chiles High School in Tallahassee, Fla., and was a First Team All-Big Bend selection... Helped the team to a District championship... Was an All-Big Bend Honorable Mention and the team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman at Chiles... Was a member and captain of the Tallahassee United Futbol Club from 2002-07 and most recently was on the Florida Soccer Alliance Under-18 club team... Was an Honor Roll student and in the National Honor Society at Hagerty...

#30 Jessica Lewis Fr. - M /F- 5-5 Evans, Ga./Greenbriar

High School: Was a four-time letterwinner at Greenbriar High School in Evans, Ga... Was an All-Region and All-County honoree her sophomore season... Sprained her medial collateral ligament early in her senior season... Earned All-Region honorable mention her junior and senior seasons... Played club soccer for the Columbia County Patriots from 2005-08 and the GA-SC Bull from 2008-09... Was a starter on both clubs... Personal: Full name: Jessica Lynn Lewis... Daughter of Thomas and Lori Lewis... Plans to major in biology at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Katie Jeanne Jaskulski... Daughter of Michael and Marcia Jaskulski... Father, Michael, is the associate head basketball coach at UCF... Plans to major in biology at Coastal Carolina.

#5 Maggie McGavin

Fr. - D/M - 5-6 Springfield, Va./West Springfield High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at West Springfield High School in Springfield, Va... Was a First Team All-District selection and helped the Spartans to a Patriot District championship and the third round of the state regional tournament... Helped West Springfield to three Patriot District championships... Also played basketball for the Spartans and was part of back-to-back Patriot District runner-up teams... Was on the National Super Y team in 2009 and played club soccer for the SYC Galaxy, the BRYC Blue Thunder and the Vista Fury... Was a captain of the Under-16 and Under-17 Super Y Nova Majestics and was in the final four for the Virginia State Club Championships the last five seasons... Went to the same high school as former Chant Heather Haupt...

#14 Ali Morin

Fr. - D/M - 5-6 Mason, Ohio/St. Ursula Academy High School: Helped the Ohio Elite club team to the US Club Regional Championship in 2007... Was an ODP State Pool player and was part of the twotime Midwest Regional League Champion club team... Played on the Under-17 USL Super-Y League National Championship squad in 2007... Played her freshman and sophomore years at St. Ursula Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio... Helped the Bulldogs to a 2006 Greater Cincinnati League championship and a district runner-up finish... Was a four-year Honor Roll student at St. Ursula Academy... Personal: Full name: Alison Kathryn Morin... Daughter of Bobby and Cynthia Morin... Father, Bobby, played baseball at Coastal Carolina from 1978-81... Plans to major in accounting at Coastal Carolina.

Personal: Full name: Margaret Elizabeth McGavin... Daughter of Joe and Karen McGavin... Mother, Karen, played volleyball at Shepherd University from 1979-80... Is undecided on a major at Coastal Carolina.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

#26 Courtney Moser Fr. - F/M - 5-4 Wilmington, Del./Brandywine

High School: Was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Brandywine High School in Wilmington, Del... Scored 15 goals and added 11 assists her senior season for the Bulldogs... Helped Brandywine to 60 wins, three Flight B Conference championships and three state tournament appearances her four seasons with the Bulldogs... Played club soccer for the DE United Blue Monkeys and helped the team to a State Cup title in 2008 and 2009 and a top ranking in the State of Delaware... Also played club soccer for the Concord Soccer Association from Under-8 to Under-17... Was an Honor Roll student at Brandywine... Personal: Full name: Courtney Kathleen Moser... Daughter of Robert and Kathleen Moser... Grandfather, Lou, was a referee for the National Basketball Association... Plans to major in marine science at Coastal Carolina.

#15 Cami Skladany

Fr. - M - 5-7 Westerville, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales High School: Was a four-year starter at St. Francis DeSales High School in Columbus, Ohio... Was a two time First Team All-Central Catholic League honoree... Also earned Second Team All-District honors her senior season... Was named a WTVN Athlete of the Week and was a Wendy’s Heisman nominee in 2008... Named a Central District All Star in 2008... Also played basketball for the Stallions and was a captain her senior season... Played club soccer fro the Blast FC, helping them to a USYSA State Cup finals berth six of the last eight years... Was an Honor Roll student at St. Francis DeSales... Personal: Full name: Camryn Nicole Skladany... Daughter of Tom and Debbie Skladany... Father, Tom, played football for Ohio State from 1973-77 and for the Detroit Lions... Sisters Erin, Karly and Shawn played college soccer at Dayton, James Madison and Ohio State, respectively... Is undecided on a major at Coastal Carolina.

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2009 Chanticleers #19 Danielle Schaefer Fr. - D- 5-9 Bridgetown, Ohio/Oak Hills

High School: Was a Second Team All-Greater Miami Conference selection her senior year at Oak Hills High School in Cincinnati, Ohio... Anchored a defense that set school records for fewest goals allowed in a season (9) and most shutouts in a year (12)... Was the captain of the Highlanders her senior year and is the team’s two-time Defensive Player of the Year... Also played basketball at Oak Hills and helped the team to a District championship her sophomore season... Plays club soccer for the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy, who was the Midwest Regional League First Division champions and Ohio South State quarterfinalist in 2007 and 2008... Made the Honor Roll every quarter at Oak Hills... Personal: Full name: Danielle Elizabeth Schaefer... Daughter of Gene and Vicky Schaefer... Plans to double major in marine science and psychology at Coastal Carolina.

#18 Kelsey Spencer

Fr. - M/F - 5-4 Frederick, Md./Gov. Thomas Johnson High School: Helped Governer Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, Md., to the state semifinals her senior season... Scored three goals and added nine assists her senior campaign... Also competed in tennis, swimming and was in the drumline in the marching band at Governor Thomas Johnson... Played club soccer at the Soccer Association of Columbia, competing in the Washington Area Girls Soccer Under-19 Division 2 in the spring of 2009... Was an Honor Roll student at Governor Thomas Johnson and was in the National Honor Society... Personal: Full name: Kelsey Lynn Spencer... Daughter of Dennis and Jean Spencer... Plans to major in marine science at Coastal Carolina.

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2009 Chanticleers #7 Morgan Thomas

Fr. - F/M - 5-4 Simpsonville, S.C./Southside Christian High School: Was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Southside Christian High School in Simpsonville, S.C... Was a four-time 2A All-State and All-Region selection... Led the team in goals and assists all four seasons with the Sabres... Was chosen to play in the 2009 Clash of the Carolinas All-Star Game... Helped the Sabres to the state championship game in 2005 for the school’s first-ever appearance in the title game... Named an All-State selection by the High School Sports Report in 2006... Played club soccer for the Under-17 CESA 91 Premier in the fall of 2008, helping them to a South Carolina state championship... Was in the Olympic Development Program with the SC State Select ‘91 Team from 2005-08... Helped the CESA 90 Premier to a state championship in 2007... Was third on in the RIII Premier League in scoring in 2004-05 and scored the game-winning goal in the championship game... Was a National Honor Society member and graduated magna cum laude from Southside Christian... Personal: Full name: Shelby Morgan Thomas... Daughter of Chip and Angie Thomas... Plans to major in exercise and sport science at Coastal Carolina.

#23 Katie Weigel

Fr. - D/M- 5-7 Matthews, N.C./Covenant Day School High School: Was selected to the All-Region 3A (Private) and All-Metrolina Athletic Conference (MAC) teams her senior season at Covenant Day School in Matthews, N.C... Was an All-State, All-Region (Private) and All-Metrolina Athletic Conference (MAC) member her junior campaign... Was on Private 2A state championship teams in both 2006 and 2007... Was a team captain her senior season with the Lions... Helped Covenant Day to a fourth MAC Tournament championship and a third regular-season championships... While at Covenant Day, helped the Lions to a MAC record of 53-2-2 and a 12-0 MAC Tournament record... Was an All-MAC selection her sophomore season... Played for the North Carolina ODP from 2003-05 and the Charlotte Soccer Club Region III in 2005 and 2008... Personal: Full name: Katherine Elizabeth Weigel... Daughter of Dennis and Jackie Weigel... Father, Dennis, competed in football, track and wrestling at Hiram College... Mother, Jackie, was a cheerleader at the U.S. Naval Academy... Plans to major in communication at Coastal Carolina.

The Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer team has called the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field home since the 2002 season. The Chanticleers opened the field with a 2-1 win over Appalachian State Sept. 1, 2002, and have won 66 percent of their games on the home turf. Coastal Carolina and the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field hosted the 2006 Big South Women’s Soccer Championships and the men’s squad hosted Davidson in a first-round NCAA Tournament game in 2003. The Coastal Carolina Soccer Field features a full-size pitch with natural grass and bleacher seating on the East size of the complex. A press box and new scoreboard were installed in 2004 and improvements to the aesthetics of the field have been ongoing. The Chants opens the 2009 home schedule Tuesday, September 15 against The Citadel.

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Nickname

Keebs - Sara Niles K-Spence - Kelsey Spencer Schaef or Whale Girl - Danielle Schaefer Otter - Maggie McGavin Jubes - Julia Baldwin Mags (mom and dad call me that) Maggie Wilding Mojo - Molly Johnson Ame - Amy Haggard Bug - Kelsie Dreisbach

Favorite Class

Sports Law - Kelsey Havell Sociology - Jessie Benchley Statistics - Karen Pavlick Any exercise science class - Sara Niles, Sam Schuller Marine Science - Tori Strengari Sociology of Death and Dying Maggie Wilding Spanish - Molly Johnson World Politics - Anna Tupy English - Amy Haggard World Religion - Marissa Terry Health classes - Kelsie Dreisbach Accounting - Colleen Schohl

Favorite TV Show

One Tree Hill - Courtney Moser, Morgan Thomas House - Kelsey Spencer, Shelby Butz, Jessica Lewis Secret Life of the American Teenager - Kelsey Davis Scrubs - Katie Jaskulski, Abby Fennessey Grey’s Anatomy - Cami Skladany, Kelsey Havell, Sara Niles The Office - Maggie McGavin, Jessie Benchley Montana Sunday Theatre - Julia Baldwin Planet Earth - Tori Strengari, Anna Tupy Las Vegas - Maggie Wilding Boy Meets World - Sam Schuller Amazing Race - Kelsie Dreisbach

Favorite Movie

Finding Nemo - Shelby Butz Love and Basketball - Jessie Benchley

Favorite Song on Your IPod

Green and Gray by Virginia Coalition - Courtney Moser Low by Flo Rida - Kelsey Spencer Turn My Swag On by Soulja Boy Kelsey Davis Tearing Up My Heart by N’Sync - Ali Morin All or Nothing by O-Town - Cami Skladany Jai Ho - Anna Tupy

Favorite Book

Catcher in the Rye - Kelsey Spencer

Q & A with the Lady Chants Harry Potter - Katie Jaskulski Life of Pi - Tori Strengari Because of Winn Dixie - Marissa Terry Bible - Kelsie Dreisbach Twilight - Colleen Schohl

Favorite Line From a Movie

And that’s the way the cookie crumbles - Ashley Day I play for keeps (Ricky Bobby) - Katie Weigel Having dreams is what makes life tolerable - Katie Weigel They say nothing lasts forever; dreams change, trends come and go, but friendships never go out of style - Karen Pavlick It’s not about the amount of breaths we take but the moments that take our breath away - Sara Niles You’re killing me smalls, you’re killing me - Sam Schuller

Favorite Food

Coconut Shrimp - Laura Hordis Spaghetti - Kelsey Davis Mac and Cheese - Shelby Butz Fried Okra - Katie Weigel Mashed Potatoes - Maggie McGavin Colleen’s Baked Ziti - Kelsey Havell Vegetarian Lasagna - Julia Baldwin Chipotle - Molly Johnson

Favorite Actor

Seth Rogan - Courtney Moser Chris Rock - Danielle Schaefer Will Ferrell - Abby Fennessey

Do you have any superstitions/ pre-game rituals?

Hair has to be in a 1/2 french braid and a 1/2 pony tail - Courtney Moser I have to tape my shinguards slowly and it has to be perfect - Kelsey Spencer Retie shoes at halftime if playing poorly - Shelby Butz Sing Always be my Baby, Burn and Halo - Maggie McGavin Right boot first. Always - Molly Johnson I love to blare music and dance as much as I can before the game actually starts - Sam Schuller

If you could visit one place, where would it be? Greece - Katie Weigel Paris - Jessie Benchley Taj Mahal - Anna Tupy Australia - Amanda Carta

What has been your most memorable moment on a soccer field? Scoring a hat trick to win the game against my high school rival Courtney Moser

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When I scored 3 goals in 6 minutes and my sister assisted 2 of them Katie Weigel Beating our rivals in the last 5 seconds my senior year Cami Skladany Scoring two goals in overtime in our high school championship Maggie Wilding I’ll say my most memorable moment in the weight room instead: When Keebs tried to do an overhead squat - Colleen Schohl

What is the one word to describe your personality off the field? Rambunctious - Courtney Moser Gullible - Morgan Thomas Friendly - Laura Hordis Smiley - Ali Morin Energetic - Ashley Day Laidback - Jessica Lewis Complex - Kelsey Havell Girly - Karen Pavlick Sarcastic - Julia Baldwin Carefree - Molly Johnson Eccentric - Amy Haggard Intense - Amanda Carta

If I was selected to be on a reality TV show, it would be?

Don’t Forget the Lyrics - Danielle Schaefer Wifeswap - Jessica Lewis Real World - Abby Fennessey I Survived a Japanese Game Show Tori Strengari

What are your career plans after college?

Occupational therapist - Morgan Thomas Work at Sea World - Danielle Schaefer Go to physician’s assistant school Katie Jaskulski Be an event coordinator - Karen Pavlick Graduate and work on a research vessel in the tropics - Tori Strengari It would be great to join the Peace Corps - Amy Haggard

What’s the best place you’ve ever been? Swiss Alps - Kelsey Spencer Capri, Italy - Laura Hordis Disney World - Ashley Day Norris Lake, Tennessee - Kelsie Dreisbach

The thing I like most about Coastal Carolina is?

The smell of the ocean and sand Courtney Moser Pretty campus - Kelsey Davis The campus and location - Jessica Lewis The Wall Fellows program and being

close to the beach - Colleen Schohl

If I won the lottery, I would?

Sail the world - Shelby Butz Probably give my dad half to pay him back and then build a castle Katie Weigel

My craziest ambition is?

Rock climbing the Grand Canyon Courtney Moser Chasing tornadoes - Kelsey Spencer Drive a NASCAR car - Morgan Thomas Be in a tank surrounded by sharks in the Caribbean - Laura Hordis Sky dive - Kelsey Havell, Abby Fennessey, Cami Skladany, Sam Schuller Become a doctor and have my own practice - Sara Niles Be fluent in 5 languages - Anna Tupy

I picked my jersey number because?

It was my number for the past four years - Danielle Schaefer I’ve had it since 7th grade - Laura Hordis 9 was already taken and 2+7=9 Ashley Day In high school I was always 13 for soccer, 31 for basketball - Molly Johnson

Tell us something people don’t know about you?

I’m very afraid of odd numbers - Kelsey Havell I’m terrified of the vacuum cleaner Courtney Moser My cousin is a UFC fighter - Morgan Thomas I have a whale tattoo - Danielle Schaefer I have never missed a day of school Kelsey Davis I had two pet peacocks - Ashley Day I’ve lived in 15 different houses - Ali Morin I have hyperextended elbows - Maggie McGavin I’ve taken up knitting - Julia Baldwin I need to have at least one pair of tennis shoes that looks brand new Maggie Wilding I have three journals full of poems that I write - Amy Haggard I wish I could speak every language in the whole wide world - Marissa Terry I know American Sign Language Kelsie Dreisbach I was in a Cleveland Indians commercial when I was 16 - Colleen Schohl For all of the Q&A respones for each player, visit www.GoCCUSports.com.

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Rohan Naraine

Fourth Year - North Carolina Wesleyan ’86 - 2007 Big South Coach of the Year Rohan Naraine begins his fourth season as the head coach of the Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer program. Coastal Carolina won its second-straight Big South regular season title and advanced to the Big South Tournament championship game for the second consecutive season in 2008. Naraine and the Chanticleers went 13-7-1 and won the Big South with a 6-2-1 record. Coastal Carolina also had big wins over Conference USA foe East Carolina (2-1) and had a nine-game winning streak from Aug. 31-Oct. 11. Naraine had two First Team All-Big South members in Ashleigh Gunning and Emily McColl, while Gunning earned her second Big South Player of the Year honor. He also coached five All-Big South selections, one Big South All-Freshman Team member and three Big South All-Tournament honorees. Gunning and McColl also were named Academic All-Americans by ESPN The Magazine, while McColl was named the Big South’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Naraine and the Chanticleers won the Big South regular-season title and set the school record with 15 wins in 2007. Naraine coached Ashleigh Gunning, the 2007 Big South Player of the Year, as well as six All-Big South selections, three All-Big South Freshman members and three Big South All-Tournament Team honorees. He also was named the Big South Coach of the Year after the performance in 2007. Coastal Carolina advanced to the championship game of the Big South Tournament for the first time in school history, defeating VMI and Winthrop by matching 1-0 scores before falling to High Point on penalty kicks in the final. The Chants also had 12 shutouts, a school record, and a 0.98 goals-against average, leading the Big South in both categories. Coastal Carolina went 13-6-1 in the 2006 campaign, including going 6-2 in the Big South for a second-place regular-season finish. The Chanticleers then hosted the Big South Tournament and defeated Radford 4-0 in the quarterfinals for Coastal Carolina’s first-ever tournament victory. Naraine coached three All-Big South players, two All-Big South Tournament members and an All-Big South Freshman Team honoree. The 2006 team tied the 2005 squad for most wins in a season (13) and Naraine guided the Chanticleers to a 6-2 record at the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field. Coastal Carolina had 40 goals in 2006, led by Gunning’s 10, while the Chants led the Big South in goals, points, goals per game and assists per game. Naraine also earned his 50th career coaching victory Oct. 8 in a 2-0 win over VMI. Naraine is very familiar with Coastal Carolina women’s soccer, having served as an assistant coach during the 2002 and 2005 seasons. In 2005, he helped the Chants win a school-record 13 games, with the squad leading the Big South in goals (52), assists (43) and points (147) along with four All-Big South Team honorees, including the Freshman of the Year in Blair Monroe. During the 2002 season, Naraine helped the Chants to their first winning season in school history and helped bring in a recruiting class that would be part of a Big South regular season championship in 2003. Between his two stints at Coastal Carolina, Naraine spent the 2003 and 2004 seasons as the head women’s soccer coach at Southern University. Naraine was Southern’s first-ever head coach, and in the inaugural 2003 season, he led the Jaguars to a third-place finish in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and a 6-7 overall record. Naraine has 23 years of coaching experience at the high school, collegiate and international levels. He spent four years as the head coach of Coker College’s women’s soccer program before his first stint at Coastal Carolina. Naraine is a native of Guyana, South America, and grew up in London, England. He lived in England for 10 years before moving to the United States at the age of 16. In America, Naraine played soccer at Theodore Roosevelt High in Washington, D.C. He was team captain of the 1980 State Championship team and was selected the Washington Post’s “Player of the Year.” Naraine played collegiate soccer for nationally-ranked North Carolina Wesleyan College, helping lead the program to the NCAA Division III National Tournament in 1984. Naraine was the team captain and selected to the All-South Region teams in 1983 and 1984. His playing career ended in 1984 due to a knee injury, but he remained at NC Wesleyan as an assistant coach of the men’s and women’s programs during the 1985 and 1986 seasons. Prior to accepting the position at Coker in 1998, Naraine spent eight years at Beaufort Academy in Beaufort, S.C., where he served as Athletic Director and Head Coach of the boys’ and girls’ soccer programs. His teams won eight state championships and he was tabbed South Carolina’s Coach of the Year eight consecutive seasons. Naraine is a staff member of the men’s and women’s Guyana National Teams that compete in the CONCACAF region. In 1999, Naraine was chosen to the coaching staff of Guyana’s Men’s Olympic Soccer Team. He also is a state coach for the South Carolina Girl’s Soccer Olympic Development Program. Naraine holds a FIFA Olympic License along with his NSCAA National Coaching License. Naraine and his wife, Nalini, also a Guyana native, were married in 1995 in Guyana. They have an eight-year old daughter, Nikki.

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Brian Gabriel

Strength and Conditioning Coach Fourth Year Brian G abriel is in his third year at Coastal Carolina Universit y as the head strength and conditioning coach. Certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, Gabriel arrived in fall 2006 from Columbia University, where he had been the Assistant strength coach and director of football strength and performance for the past four years. There he developed and implemented a comprehensive strength and speed program for individual teams, concentrating on position-specific athletes. Prior to his time at Columbia, Gabriel had spent one year at Trinity (Texas) University as the head strength and conditioning coordinator, as well as one year in the same position with the Detroit Dogs of the American Basketball Association, who won the ABA’s World Championship that year. Also while at Columbia, Gabriel earned his master ’s degree in biobehavioral science -physical education in 2006. He started his collegiate career at University of Incarnate Word, where he obtained a bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in sociology. Gabriel, his wife Guadalupe and son Zion live in Myrtle Beach.

Support Staff Kent Reichert

Athletic Media Relations Seventh Year Kent Reichert is in his second year as the associate athletic media relations Director and seventh year overall at Coastal Carolina University, now with primary responsibility for women’s soccer, men’s basketball and baseball. He spent his first five years as the assistant media relations director. Reichert joined the staff in 2003 from Kent State University, where he served as the assistant sports information director since November 2000. There, he served as the primary media contact for KSU’s nationally-ranked field hockey and men’s golf programs, as well as women’s basketball, wrestling and softball. He also assisted with game day duties for football and men’s basketball. Reichert earned his bachelor’s in public relations in 1999 and master’s in sports administration in 2001 from Kent State, during which time he served as a student assistant and graduate assistant in the sports information office. He was the media relations coordinator for the 2001 NCAA Field Hockey Championships and assisted the men’s basketball SID at the 2002 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament when the Golden Flashes made their run to the Elite Eight. He also worked as the official scorer for five years with the Akron Aeros, the Double-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.

Heather Fons

Athletic Training Second Year Heather Fons is starting her second year as assistant athletic trainer at Coastal Carolina University. Fons is the primary athletic trainer for the women’s soccer and softball teams. A member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Connecticut Athletic Trainers’ Association, Fons comes to Conway from the University of Connecticut, where she was a graduate assistant athletic trainer from 2006-2008. Fons worked with the women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse teams in Storrs, as well as being the out of season coverage coordinator in fall 2007. Fons is no stranger to Coastal Carolina, as she was an athletic training intern during the 2005-06 academic year. She worked with women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field and football while at Coastal Carolina. Fons earned her bachelor’s degree in education at Miami University in 2005. She also was a student athletic trainer at Miami from 2002-2005. She earned her master’s degree in sports managament and sociology from Connecticut in 2008.

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2007 Overall Record: 15-5-2 Big South Record: 6-2 Home: 4-2 Away: 8-3 Neutral: 3-0-2

Chants ..................... Team..................Opponent 2....................................Wofford ...........................3 (2ot) 0................................... Clemson .................................. 5 1....................................Stetson ...........................1 (2ot) 1.................................Jacksonville ................................ 2 3................................. The Citadel ................................ 0 3....................................Wagner ................................... 2 2............................... North Florida ............................... 1 0.............................. Francis Marion .............................. 4 2......................... College of Charleston......................... 0 2.......................................VMI ...................................... 0 2..................................Longwood ................................. 1 1................................Presbyterian ............................... 0 2...............................UNC Asheville .............................. 0 6..................................High Point ................................. 1 2.................................. Winthrop .................................. 0 1..........................Charleston Southern ......................... 2 1.................................... Liberty.................................... 0 2................................ USC Upstate................................ 0 1....................................Radford ................................... 0 1.......................................VMI ...................................... 0 1.................................. Winthrop .................................. 0 0..................................High Point .........................0 (2ot)

2007 Honors

All-Big South First Team Blair Monroe, Ashleigh Gunning, Chelsea Terry

All-Big South Second Team Maegen Hellberg, Emma Humphries, Emily McColl

Big South All-Freshman Team Amy Haggard, Sara Niles, Anna Tupy

Big South All-Tournament Team Ashleigh Gunning, Maegen Hellberg, Chelsea Terry

Big South Player of the Year Ashleigh Gunning

Big South All-Academic Team Ashleigh Gunning

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Ashleigh Gunning (Second Team)

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Amanda Gelsomino (Second Team)

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Front Row: Kelsey Havell, Maggie Wilding, Sara Niles, Lauren Kies, Corie Coles, Anna Tupy, Stacey Dillon. Middle Row: Maegen Hellberg, Samantha Teijelo, Danielle DeSonia, Chelsea Terry, Jill Karelitz, Ashleigh Gunning, Emma Humphries, Amanda Gelsomino, Emily McColl, Heather Haupt, Blair Monroe. Back Row: Head Coach Rohan Naraine, Colleen Schohl, Heather Peck, Britt Pecora, Amy Haggard, Karen Pavlick, Megan Pries, Erin Lusk, Tiana Tallant, Assistant Coach Tracey Leipold. third-seeded High Point. The two teams The 2007 edition of the Coastal Carolina played 120 minutes without a goal, with both women’s soccer team set a school record teams just missing on opportunities to score. with 15 wins and collected its first-ever Big High Point came away with the championSouth regular-season title. The Chanticleers ships in the penalty-kick shootout. had six All-Big South selections, including Big The Chanticleers defense recorded 12 shutSouth Player of the Year Ashleigh Gunning. outs in 2007, which is a school record. Coastal Coastal Carolina also had three All-Freshman honorees and three All-Big South Tournament Carolina was not scored upon for the last six matches, while Amy Haggard had nine members. shutouts in goal. Meanwhile, Gunning scored Coastal Carolina started the 2007 season 15 goals and tallied 39 points. Monroe added on the road and struggled early, going 0-3-1 six game-winning goals and had 20 points. against a tough non-conference slate. The Amanda Gelsomino was the third Chant in Chants earned their first victory in the home double-figures in points with 15. opener, a 3-0 win over The Citadel. That spurred a three-game winning streak, including taking both games of the North Florida Tournament. The big non-conference win of the season came at the College of Charleston, when goals by Blair Monroe and Gunning lifted the Chants to a 2-0 victory at Patriot’s Point. That win started a seven-game winning streak. The big win of the streak came at home against High Point as the Chants defeated the Panthers 6-1. Coastal Carolina had another big win at Liberty, defeating the Flames 1-0 on a goal from Emma Humphries. The Chanticleers clinched the regular-season title on Senior Day against Radford, as Gunning scored the game’s lone goal. The Chanticleers started the Big South Tournament in Charleston, S.C., with a 1-0 win over VMI in the quarterfinals. The Chants Blair Monroe was named to then played 90 more minutes of solid defense the All-Big South Team for the Third in a 1-0 win over Winthrop in the semifinals, setting up the championship game against striaght year.

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Big South Champs

2008 Overall Record: 13-7-1 Big South Record: 6-2-1 Home: 5-1 Away: 5-5-1 Neutral: 3-1

Chants ..................... Team..................Opponent 2............................. UNC Greensboro ....................3 (2ot) 0......................................Duke ..................................... 9 0....................................Furman ................................... 2 2....................................Wofford ................................... 0 4................................. The Citadel ................................ 1 4.................................Austin Peay ................................ 1 2................................East Carolina ............................... 1 2................................Presbyterian ............................... 0 2.............................. Gardner-Webb.............................. 1 3.................................... Liberty.................................... 2 3...............................UNC Asheville .............................. 2 1....................................Radford ................................... 0 1..........................Charleston Southern ......................... 4 0.................................. Winthrop .................................. 1 1.......................................VMI ...................................... 0 0.............................. Francis Marion .............................. 1 5................................ USC Upstate................................ 0 2..................................High Point .........................2 (2ot) 3.............................. Gardner-Webb.............................. 0 1..................................High Point ................................. 0 1....................................Radford ................................... 2

2008 Honors

All-Big South First Team Ashleigh Gunning, Emily McColl

All-Big South Second Team Maegen Hellberg, Blair Monroe, Anna Tupy

Big South All-Freshman Team Marissa Terry

Big South All-Tournament Team Ashleigh Gunning, Anna Tupy, Chelsea Terry

Big South Player of the Year Ashleigh Gunning

Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year Emily McColl

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Ashleigh Gunning (Second Team) Emily McColl (Third Team)

Front Row: Jennifer Thomas, Jessie Benchley, Molly Johnson, Kelsie Dreisbach, Marissa Terry, Tori Strengari, Emily Ervin, Sam Schuller. Middle Row: Jill Karelitz, Anna Tupy, Samantha Teijelo, Emily McColl, Chelsea Terry, Danielle DeSonia, Blair Monroe, Heather Haupt, Corie Coles, Leighanna Krzyzanowski, Lauren Kies. Back Row: Julia Baldwin, Sarah McPartlan, Ashleigh Gunning, Amy Haggard, Maegen Hellberg, Karen Pavlick, Honour Trosper, Kelsey Havell, Sara Niles, Colleen Schohl, Dana Gentile, Maggie Wilding. was the difference in a 1-0 win over the The 2008 edition of the Coastal Carolina Panthers. That set up a championship game women’s soccer team earned its second against second-seeded Radford. The Chants straight Big South regular-season championfell behind 2-0, then rallied for a second-half ship and advanced to the Big South Tournagoal. They could not get the equalizer as the ment championship game for the second Highlanders earned the 2-1 victory. straight season. Coastal Carolina had two In the past two seasons, the Chanticleers All-Big South First Team selection, including have gone 28-12-3, including a 9-3 record at Big South Most Valuable Player Ashleigh the Coastal Carolina Soccer Field and a 12-3-1 Gunning. The Chants had five All-Big South record in Big South Conference play. Monroe selections, one Freshman All-Big South ended her career by scoring a school-record member and three All-Big South Tournament 42 goals, while Gunning scored 36 goals in honorees. Coastal Carolina also had Emily her three-year career. McColl, who was the Big South’s ScholarAthlete of the Year, while Gunning and McColl were both named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans. Coastal Carolina fell in its first three games to tremendous competition, including a 3-2 double-overtime loss to UNC Greensboro. A 2-0 win over Wofford at the Furman Tournament started a nine-game winning streak for the Chants, which is a school record. Included in the streak was a 2-1 win at Conference USA foe East Carolina. Coastal Carolina also defeated Radford 1-0 in Radford, Va., and defeated Liberty 3-2 on a goal in the last 14 seconds. Coastal Carolina defeated VMI 1-0 at home and then clinched its second regular-season title with a 2-2 tie at High Point. The Chants would return to High Point just days later to start the Big South Tournament. Coastal Carolina opened the tournament with a 3-0 win over Gardner-Webb in the quarterfinals. Ashleigh Gunning earned Coastal Carolina then faced the host High her second straight Big South Point for the second time in less than a week. A goal by Blair Monroe in the 15th minute Player of the Year award in 2008.

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2009 Opponents Appalachian State

Charleston Southern

The Citadel

East Carolina

Elon

Location .......................................Boone, N.C. Conference ...................................... Southern Colors ......................................Black and Gold Athletic Director ......................... Charlie Cobb Head Coach ................................ Ben Popoola Record at School...................102-107-20 (12) Career Record .......................287-143-25 (18) 2008 Record ........................................ 7-10-2 2008 SoCon Record/Finish ............ 3-7-1 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................11/3 Women’s Soccer SID ................ Eric Bohannon SID Email .............bohannonec@appstate.edu SID Phone................................ 828-262-7166 Website ..............................www.GOASU.com

Location .................................Charleston, S.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors .......................................Blue and Gold Athletic Director ........................... Hank Small Head Coach .....................................Eric Terrill Record at School...................105-136-24 (14) Career Record .......................114-142-24 (18) 2008 Record .......................................... 9-6-4 2008 Big South Record/Finish ...... 4-2-3 (4th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................17/8 Women’s Soccer SID ........ Cedrique Flemming SID Email ................... cflemming@csuniv.edu SID Phone................................ 843-863-7688 Website ..........................www.csusports.com

Location .................................Charleston, S.C. Conference ...................................... Southern Colors ......................... Citadel Blue and White Athletic Director ..................... Larry Leckonby Head Coach ................................... Bob Winch Record at School.............................7-47-3 (4) Career Record .......................119-147-18 (16) 2008 Record ........................................ 3-14-1 2008 SoCon Record/Finish ............1-10 (12th) Starters Returning/Lost...........................15/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................17/4 Women’s Soccer SID ...................Ashley Keyes SID Email ................ashley.keyes@citadel.edu SID Phone................................ 843-953-5120 Website ....................www.CitadelSports.com

Location ................................. Greenville, N.C. Conference ............................ Conference USA Colors ....................................Purple and Gold Athletic Director ........................Terry Holland Head Coach ........................Rob Donnenwirth Record at School.......................98-71-27 (10) Career Record .........................160-97-36 (15) 2008 Record ........................................ 14-4-4 2008 C-USA Record/Finish.............7-0-4 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost.............................4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................13/6 Women’s Soccer SID .................. Sarah Fetters SID Email .............................fetterss@ecu.edu SID Phone................................ 252-737-4522 Website ........................ www.ecupirates.com

Location ..........................................Elon, N.C. Conference ...................................... Southern Colors ..................................Maroon and Gold Athletic Director ............................Dave Blank Head Coach .................................... Chris Neal Record at School...............................8-8-3 (1) Career Record ...............................44-30-7 (4) 2008 Record .......................................... 8-8-3 2008 SoCon Record/Finish ............ 4-6-1 (7th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................16/8 Women’s Soccer SID ................Erica Roberson SID Email ..................... eroberson2@elon.edu SID Phone................................ 336-278-6711 Website .....................www.elonphoenix.com

Gardner-Webb

George Mason

High Point

Jacksonville

Liberty

Location ......................... Boiling Springs, N.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors .......................................Red and Black Athletic Director ..........................Chuck Burch Head Coach ..............................Kevin Mounce Record at School.......................89-93-13 (11) Career Record .......................137-125-17 (15) 2008 Record ........................................ 4-13-2 2008 Big South Record/Finish ...... 2-5-2 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................18/8 Women’s Soccer SID ...................Ryan Bridges SID Email ..........rbridge1@gardner-webb.edu SID Phone................................ 704-406-3981 Website ........................www.gwusports.com

Location ........................................Fairfax, Va. Conference ........................................ Colonial Colors .....................................Green and Gold Athletic Director .............. Thomas J. O’Connor Head Coach .................................Diane Drake Record at School...........................39-50-7 (5) Career Record ...........................84-94-13 (10) 2008 Record ........................................ 5-13-1 2008 Colonial Record/Finish .....2-8-1 (t-10th) Starters Returning/Lost...........................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................22/2 Women’s Soccer SID ...................Richard Coco SID Email ...............................rcoco@gmu.edu SID Phone................................ 843-863-7688 Website ..........................www.GoMason.com

Location ................................ High Point, N.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ..................................Purple and White Athletic Director .......................... Craig Keilitz Head Coach ..................................Marty Beall Record at School...............................First Year Career Record .............................56-44-7 (10) 2008 Record .......................................... 8-5-8 2008 Big South Record/Finish ...... 3-2-4 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...............16/10 Women’s Soccer SID .....................Joe Arancio SID Email ..................jarancio@highpoint.edu SID Phone................................ 336-841-4638 Website ...........www.HighPointPanthers.com

Location ...............................Jacksonville, Fla. Conference ..................................Atlantic Sun Colors .....................................Green and Gold Athletic Director ......................Alan Verlander Head Coach ..............................Brian Copham Record at School...............................9-9-2 (1) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record .......................................... 9-9-2 2008 A-Sun Record/Finish ............ 6-4-0 (4th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...............14/11 Women’s Soccer SID ........... David Oglethorpe SID Email ...............................dogleth@ju.edu SID Phone................................ 904-256-7478 Website ........................www.judolphins.com

Location .................................. Lynchburg, Va. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ............................. Red, White and Blue Athletic Director ............................ Jeff Barber Head Coach ....................................... Jess Celi Record at School.............................3-12-2 (1) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record ........................................ 3-12-2 2008 Big South Record/Finish ...... 2-6-1 (9th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................10/6 Women’s Soccer SID ............. Jennifer Shelton SID Email ...................jbshelton2@liberty.edu SID Phone................................ 434-592-4849 Website .................. www.LibertyFlames.com

Longwood

UNC Asheville

North Florida

Presbyterian

Radford

Location .................................... Farmville, Va. Conference ............. United Soccer Conference Colors .....................................Blue and White Athletic Director ............................Troy Austin Head Coach .................................... Todd Dyer Record at School.....................166-96-15 (15) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record ........................................ 10-7-2 2008 USC Record ................................... 3-1-1 Starters Returning/Lost.............................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................17/6 Women’s Soccer SID .................... Greg Prouty SID Email ................proutygd@longwood.edu SID Phone................................ 434-395-2097 Website ..............www.longwoodlancers.com

Location ...................................Asheville, N.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ............................Royal Blue and White Athletic Director ............................Janet Cone Head Coach ...........................Michele Cornish Record at School...................129-126-21 (15) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record ........................................ 5-13-1 2008 Big South Record/Finish ...... 3-6-0 (7th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................18/3 Women’s Soccer SID ....................... Mike Gore SID Email ............................ mgore@unca.edu SID Phone................................ 828-251-6923 Website ................... www.uncabulldogs.com

Location ...............................Jacksonville, Fla. Conference ..................................Atlantic Sun Colors .............................. Navy Blue and Gray Athletic Director ..............................Lee Moon Head Coach ............................Linda Hamilton Record at School...........................14-22-3 (2) Career Record ...............................18-32-4 (3) 2008 Record ........................................ 6-11-2 2008 A-Sun Record/Finish ............ 3-6-1 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................20/6 Women’s Soccer SID ............. Andrew Hopkins SID Email .........................hopa0001@unf.edu SID Phone................................ 904-620-4025 Website ......................www.UNFOpsreys.com

Location ...................................... Clinton, S.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ....................................Garnet and Blue Athletic Director .......Dr. William “Bee” Carlton Head Coach ................................ Brian Purcell Record at School...................212-118-14 (19) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record ........................................ 5-10-2 2008 Big South Record/Finish ....3-4-2 (t-6th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................15/6 Women’s Soccer SID ................. AJ Henderson SID Email .................... ajhenders@presby.edu SID Phone................................ 864-833-8252 Website ......................www.GoBlueHose.com

Location ...................................... Radford, Va. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ......................................Red and White Athletic Director ................... Robert Lineburg Head Coach .................................Ben Sohrabi Record at School...................125-103-26 (13) Career Record .......................144-119-28 (15) 2008 Record ........................................ 14-2-6 2008 Big South Record/Finish ......4-1-4 (2nd) Starters Returning/Lost.............................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................17/8 Women’s Soccer SID ....................Patrick Reed SID Email ...................... pmreed@radford.edu SID Phone................................ 540-831-6884 Website .................www.RUHighlanders.com

Richmond

USC Upstate

VMI

William and Mary

Winthrop

Location ...................................Richmond, Va. Conference ....................................Atlantic 10 Colors ....................................... Navy and Red Athletic Director ..............................Jim Miller Head Coach ..............................Peter Albright Record at School.......................... 131-101-17 Career Record .............................. 292-183-39 2008 Record ........................................ 10-9-1 2008 A10 Record/Finish .............4-7-0 (t-9th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................17/7 Women’s Soccer SID .....................Rachel Park SID Email .......................rpark@richmond.edu SID Phone................................ 804-287-6312 Website .............www.RichmondSpiders.com

Location ..............................Spartanburg, S.C. Conference ..................................Atlantic Sun Colors ................ Dark Green, White and Black Athletic Director .............................. Mike Hall Head Coach .............................. Kendall Reyes Record at School.........................69-85-13 (9) Career Record .........................84-105-15 (11) 2008 Record ........................................ 3-14-0 2008 A-Sun Record/Finish .......... 1-9-0 (11th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................5/14 Women’s Soccer SID ..................Alex Edwards SID Email ..............aedwards@uscupstate.edu SID Phone................................ 864-503-5166 Website ............... www.upstatespartans.com

Location ...................................Lexington, Va. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ..........................Red, White and Yellow Athletic Director .........................Donny White Head Coach ............................ Bryan Williams Record at School...........................27-47-3 (4) Career Record .........................57-125-12 (10) 2008 Record ...................................... 10-10-1 2008 Big South Record/Finish .......5-3-1 (3rd) Starters Returning/Lost...........................10/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................13/4 Women’s Soccer SID .......... Christian Hoffman SID Email ........................hoffmanjc@vmi.edu SID Phone................................ 430-464-7514 Website ......................www.VMIKeydets.com

Location ..............................Williamsburg, Va. Conference ........................................ Colonial Colors .......................... Green, Gold and Silver Athletic Director .........................Terry Driscoll Head Coach .....................................John Daly Record at School...................308-123-37 (22) Career Record ........................................ Same 2008 Record ........................................ 15-7-1 2008 CAA Record/Finish ................... 9-2 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost.............................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................18/6 Women’s Soccer SID ..................... Scott Burns SID Email ............................. sburns@wm.edu SID Phone................................ 757-221-3344 Website ....................www.tribeathletics.com

Location ....................................Rock Hill, S.C. Conference ......................................Big South Colors ................................... Garnet and Gold Athletic Director ........................Tom Hickman Head Coach ...............................Melissa Heinz Record at School.........................48-58-11 (6) Career Record ...........................97-90-15 (10) 2008 Record ........................................ 8-10-2 2008 Big South Record/Finish ....3-4-2 (t-6th) Starters Returning/Lost.............................5/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................12/9 Women’s Soccer SID ............... Wesley Herring SID Email .................herringw@winthrop.edu SID Phone.................803-323-2129 ext. 6067 Website ................www.WinthropEagles.com

Sept. 2 - Boone, N.C. - 6 p.m.

Oct. 29 - Conway, S.C. - 6 p.m.

Sept. 4 - Farmville, Va. - 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 6 - Farmville, Va. - 12 p.m.

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Oct. 23 - Conway, S.C. - 6 p.m.

Sept. 13 - Williamsburg, Va.. - 2 p.m.

Oct. 18 - Asheville, N.C. - 2 p.m.

Sept. 21 - Spartanburg, S.C. - 6 p.m.

Sept. 15 - Conway, S.C. - 6 p.m.

Oct. 3 - High Point, N.C. - 7 p.m.

Aug. 30 - Jacksonville, Fla. - 2 p.m.

Oct. 10 - Conway, S.C. -12 p.m.

Sept. 18 - Conway, S.C. - 7 p.m.

Aug. 28 - Jacksonville, Fla. - 5 p.m.

Oct. 16 - Clinton, S.C. - 7 p.m.

Sept. 11 - Williamsburg, Va. - 7 p.m.

Sept. 9 - Elon, N.C. - 6 p.m.

Oct. 5 - Lynchburg, Va. - 4 p.m.

Oct. 12 - Conway, S.C. - 5 p.m.

Oct. 31 - Conway, S.C. - 6 p.m.

BACK-TO-BACK BIG SOUTH REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS


2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

Opponent Alabama A&M Anderson Applachian State Army Austin Peay Birmingham-Southern Campbell Charleston Southern Chattanooga The Citadel Clemson College of Charleston Duke East Carolina Elon Erskine Francis Marion Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgia Southern High Point IPFW Jacksonville Liberty Longwood Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana State Maine UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Florida Old Dominion Ohio State Presbyterian Radford Richmond Samford USC Upstate South Carolina State Stetson VMI Wagner West Georgia Western Carolina William and Mary Winthrop Wofford All Opponents

Series vs. All-Time Opponents Record 1-0 1-0 2-0-2 0-1 1-0 3-3-2 2-2 2-6-3 2-0 6-0 0-2 1-1-2 0-1 1-0 2-4-1 1-0 0-3 0-4 3-1 0-1 1-1 6-4-2 0-0-1 1-1 4-6 4-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 6-2-1 0-2 0-5 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 7-3-2

Home Road 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0-1 0-0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0-1 1-1-1 0-1 1-1 2-2 0-3-2 2-0 0-0 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-2 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-3 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-1 2-2-1 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-3 1-3 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-0-1 2-2 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 5-0 2-2-1 First Meeting 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 3-1 1-1 2-0 3-0 2-0 1-0 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 7-0 3-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2-4 2-1 0-3 First Meeting 3-3 1-2 1-1 5-4-1 0-2 3-2 88-68-19 44-21-5 32-41-8

Neutral 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1

OT 0-0 0-0 0-0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-2 0-1 0-0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-2 0-0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-2

GF-GA 3-1 5-0 5-3 1-3 4-1 14-11 5-7 18-21 5-1 23-1 0-7 4-4 0-9 2-1 4-11 6-0 1-7 3-15 7-5 1-4 3-2 25-21 1-1 4-4 8-14 12-6 1-0 1-2 0-1 15-10 3-10 5-12 2-1 2-1 1-3 3-0 21-14

Last 9-17-06 9-5-03 9-2-06 9-2-05 9-19-08 9-15-06 9-11-06 10-14-08 9-4-05 9-14-08 9-5-07 9-25-07 8-24-08 9-21-08 9-7-06 11-2-04 10-27-08 8-29-08 11-6-08 8-27-06 9-15-05 11-7-08 11-1-02 9-9-07 10-3-08 9-30-07 8-31-03 8-29-03 9-3-04 10-7-08 8-22-08 9-8-04 9-16-07 9-10-04 9-14-03 9-24-08 11-9-08

Result W, 3-1 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-4 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 L, 0-5 W, 2-0 L, 0-9 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 6-0 L, 0-1 (OT) L, 0-2 W, 3-0 L, 1-4 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 1-2 W, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 (2OT) L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 2-0 L, 1-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

0-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 11-3 28-0 2-1 19-1 3-2 5-1 9-11

10-22-04 10-30-08 9-7-03 9-7-07 10-24-08 9-14-07 8-25-06 10-8-05

T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 5-0 W, 11-0 T, 1-1 (2OT W, 1-0 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 W, 2-0

1-0 2-0-1 12-6-6

1-0 1-1-1 3-7-19

8-8 19-13 320-254

10-17-08 8-31-08

L, 0-1 W, 2-0

Bold indicates 2009 opponents Coastal Carolina vs. ACC................................................................................................... 0-3 America East ................................................................................... 0-1 Atlantic Sun ..................................................................................8-4-1 BIg South ................................................................................. 40-25-8 Big Ten ............................................................................................. 0-1 Colonial ........................................................................................... 1-6 Conference USA .............................................................................. 1-0 Northeast ........................................................................................ 1-0 Ohio Valley ...................................................................................... 1-0

BACK-TO-BACK BIG SOUTH REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS

Patriot .............................................................................................. 0-1 SEC ................................................................................................... 0-1 Southern.................................................................................. 21-20-7 Summit ............................................................................................ 1-0 Sun Belt ........................................................................................... 1-0 SWAC................................................................................................ 1-0 Independent ................................................................................... 7-3 Non Division I (inc. Birmingham-Southern) ..............................6-3-2

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

Big South Conference

Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South

competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 13 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new levels. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years. Kallander has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified Conference membership with the additions of High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 600 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had two individual National Champions, more than 200 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf and had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship four times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection.

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE 7233 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28226 704-341-7990 Fax: 704-341-7991 www.BigSouthSports.com

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Kyle Kallander

Mark Simpson

Nic Bowman

Mark Bryant

Commissioner

Assistant CommissionerPublic Relations

Assistant DirectorPublic Relations

Coordinator of New Media

The League also had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team three consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07 alone, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed three out of the last five years, while its FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its quarter-century of existence.

GEORGE F. “BUDDY” SASSER CUP Coastal Carolina University won the prestigious George F. “Buddy” Sasser Cup for a record-setting ninth time in 2006-07. The Sasser Cup, named for the former Coastal Carolina Athletic Director and Big South Commissioner, honors the top overall athletic department in the Big South Conference. The award is based on a point system, with points being awarded based upon each school’s finish in each of the 18 league-sponsored sports. T h e C h a n t i c l e e r s’ n i n e Sasser Cup awards are the most earned by one school in Big South history. Coastal won the 2006-07 award by capturing Big South titles in football, women’s indoor track, men’s golf, women’s tennis (tournament) and baseball (regular-season and tournament). In addition to the Big South honors, Coastal Carolina was represented in six different NCAA Championships.

BACK-TO-BACK BIG SOUTH REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS


2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

2008 Big South Standings

BIG SOUTH GAMES

TEAM STANDINGS Coastal Carolina Radford VMI Charleston Southern High Point Winthrop Presbyterian UNC Asheville Gardner-Webb Liberty

W-L-T 6-2-1 4-1-4 5-3-1 4-2-3 3-2-4 3-4-2 3-4-2 3-6-0 2-5-2 2-6-1

2008 Big South Awards Player of the Year: Ashleigh Gunning, Coastal Carolina Coach of the Year: Bryan Williams, VMI Freshman of the Year: Olivia Moore, VMI Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete: Emily McColl, Coastal Carolina First Team All-Conference Ashleigh Gunning, Coastal Carolina Rachel Lamb, Presbyterian Audrey Falconi, VMI Amy Oberlin, Liberty Caitlyn Roan, Radford Emily McColl, Coastal Carolina Emma Mattsson, Charleston Southern Laura Eldridge, High Point Olivia Moore, VMI Lisa Lubke, Radford Robyn Busha, UNC Asheville Angie Harvey, Gardner-Webb McKenzie Vergara, Radford Second Team All-Conference Silvia Betancourt, Liberty Sarah McPartlan, Coastal Carolina Brittany Bolick, Charleston Southern Chelsea White, Winthrop Renee Hitchcock, High Point Briana Murphy, Charleston Southern Ashley Johnson, Radford Anna Tupy, Coastal Carolina Celine Ziobro, VMI Dimitra Poulos, Winthrop Caitlin Wesnesky, Charleston Southern McKenna Stockhausen, UNC Asheville Maegen Hellberg, Coastal Carolina Sara Rager, High Point All-Academic Team Emma Mattsson, Charleston Southern Emily McColl, Coastal Carolina Angie Harvey, Gardner-Webb Laura Eldridge, High Point Amy Oberlin, Liberty Rachel Lamb, Presbyterian Jill Boyer, Radford Juliana Duncan, UNC Asheville Audrey Falconi, VMI Tricia Vensel, Winthrop

PCT. .722 .667 .611 .611 .556 .444 .444 .333 .333 .278

OVERALL GAMES

PTS 19 16 16 15 13 11 1 9 8 7

W-L-T 13-7-1 14-2-6 10-10-1 9-6-4 8-5-8 8-10-2 5-10-2 5-13-1 4-13-2 3-12-2

PCT. .643 .773 .500 .579 .571 .450 .353 .289 .263 .235

GF 39 45 37 39 34 20 16 21 12 20

All-Freshman Team Silvia Betancourt, Liberty Olivia Moore, VMI Lisa Lubke, Radford Taylor Ray, High Point Casey Bolduc, Charleston Southern Ashley Johnson, Radford Marissa Terry, Coastal Carolina Megan Tremblay, Gardner-Webb Chelsea Tidwell, Winthrop Mary Kate Tucker, UNC Asheville Sarah Strand, VMI

GA 32 22 28 27 24 25 31 41 28 36

2008 Big South Weekly Awardwinners Aug. 26: Michelle Dennis, Charleston Southern Sept. 3: Emily McColl, Coastal Carolina Sept. 9: Laura Eldridge, High Point Sept. 16: Melony Davis, Radford Sept. 23: McKenna Stockhausen, UNC Asheville Sept. 30: Olivia Moore, VMI Oct. 7: Heidi Beemer, VMI Oct. 14: Amy Oberlin, Liberty Oct. 21: Dimitra Poulos, Winthrop Oct. 28: Ashleigh Gunning, Coastal Carolina Nov. 4: Megan Strand, VMI

2008 Big South Tournament (High Point, N.C.) Nov. 6 (Quarterfinals) #3 VMI 2, #6 Winthrop 1 #2 Radford 2, #7 UNC Asheville 1 (OT) #1 Coastal Carolina 3, #8 Gardner-Webb 0 #5 High Point 3, #4 Charleston Southern 2 Nov. 7 (Semifinals) #2 Radford 2, #3 VMI 1 #1 Coastal Carolina 1, #5 High Point 0 Nov. 9 (Championship) #2 Radford 2, #1 Coastal Carolina 1

All-Tournament Team Caitlyn Roan, Radford (MVP) Lisa Lubke, Radford Laura Culver, Radford Justine Dugger, Radford Anna Tupy, Coastal Carolina Ashleigh Gunning, Coastal Carolina Chelsea Terry, Coastal Carolina Megan Strand, VMI Celine Ziobro, VMI Karra Damascus, High Point Marissa Abbott, High Point Kat Pollard, Winthrop Robyn Busha, UNC Asheville Angie Harvey, Gardner-Webb Briana Murphy, Charleston Southern

The 2008 Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer team won its second straight Big South regular-season title.

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2008 Big South Statistics TEAM SHOTS ## Team 1. Radford 2. High Point 3. Charleston Southern 4. Coastal Carolina 5. VMI 6. Winthrop 7. Liberty 8. Gardner-Webb 9. UNC Asheville 10. Presbyterian

GP 22 21 19 21 21 20 17 19 19 17

No. 341 340 332 319 298 264 222 221 208 146

Avg 15.50 16.19 17.47 15.19 14.19 13.20 13.06 11.63 10.95 8.59

POINTS ## Team 1. Radford 2. Coastal Carolina 3. Charleston Southern 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. Liberty 7. UNC Asheville 8. Winthrop 9. Presbyterian 10. Gardner-Webb

GP 22 21 19 21 21 17 19 20 17 19

No. 127 110 109 101 91 58 57 54 43 29

Avg 5.77 5.24 5.74 4.81 4.33 3.41 3.00 2.70 2.53 1.53

GOALS ## Team 1. Radford 2. Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. UNC Asheville 7. Winthrop Liberty 9. Presbyterian 10. Gardner-Webb

GOALS ALLOWED ## Team 1. Radford 2. High Point 3. Winthrop 4. Charleston Southern 5. VMI Gardner-Webb 7. Presbyterian 8. Coastal Carolina 9. Liberty 10. UNC Asheville

GP No. Avg 22 22 1.00 21 24 1.14 20 25 1.25 19 27 1.42 21 28 1.33 19 28 1.47 17 31 1.82 21 32 1.52 17 36 2.12 19 41 2.16

OFFSIDES ## Team 1. Charleston Southern 2. VMI 3. UNC Asheville 4. Liberty 5. High Point Radford 7. Coastal Carolina 8. Presbyterian 9. Winthrop 10. Gardner-Webb

GP No. Avg 19 54 2.84 21 50 2.38 19 43 2.26 17 40 2.35 21 35 1.67 22 35 1.59 21 34 1.62 17 26 1.53 20 25 1.25 19 24 1.26

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ## Team GP GA 1. Radford 22 22 2. High Point 21 24 3. Winthrop 20 25 4. VMI 21 28 5. Charleston So. 19 27 6. Gardner-Webb 19 28 7. Coastal Carolina 21 32 8. Presbyterian 17 31 9. Liberty 17 36 10. UNC Asheville 19 41

Minutes 2115:07 2062:30 1882:59 1945:45 1806:48 1767:42 1923:59 1588:25 1570:00 1755:04

YELLOW CARDS ## Team 1. VMI 2. Radford High Point 4. Winthrop 5. Gardner-Webb 6. Liberty 7. Coastal Carolina 8. Charleston Southern 9. UNC Asheville 10. Presbyterian

GP No. Avg 21 22 1.05 22 19 0.86 21 19 0.90 20 14 0.70 19 12 0.63 17 11 0.65 21 10 0.48 19 7 0.37 19 6 0.32 17 2 0.12

GP No. Avg 22 45 2.05 19 39 2.05 21 39 1.86 21 37 1.76 21 34 1.62 19 21 1.11 20 20 1.00 17 20 1.18 17 16 0.94 19 12 0.63

SAVES ## Team 1. Radford 2. VMI 3. UNC Asheville 4. Presbyterian 5. Liberty 6. Winthrop 7. Gardner-Webb 8. High Point 9. Charleston Southern 10. Coastal Carolina

GP 22 21 19 17 17 20 19 21 19 21

GOALS PER GAME ## Team 1. Charleston Southern 2. Radford 3. Coastal Carolina 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. Liberty 7. UNC Asheville 8. Winthrop 9. Presbyterian 10. Gardner-Webb

GP No. Avg 19 39 2.05 22 45 2.05 21 39 1.86 21 37 1.76 21 34 1.62 17 20 1.18 19 21 1.11 20 20 1.00 17 16 0.94 19 5 0.26

SHUTOUTS ## Team 1. High Point 2. Coastal Carolina Radford 4. VMI 5. Presbyterian Gardner-Webb Winthrop 8. Charleston Southern 9. UNC Asheville 10. Liberty

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Radford 2. Coastal Carolina 3. Charleston Southern 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. Liberty 7. UNC Asheville 8. Winthrop 9. Presbyterian 10. Gardner-Webb

GP No. Avg 22 37 1.68 21 32 1.52 19 31 1.63 21 27 1.29 21 23 1.10 17 18 1.06 19 15 0.79 20 14 0.70 17 11 0.65 19 5 0.26

FOULS ## Team 1. High Point 2. VMI 3. Coastal Carolina 4. Radford 5. UNC Asheville 6. Liberty 7. Winthrop 8. Charleston Southern 9. Gardner-Webb 10. Presbyterian

GP 21 21 21 22 19 17 20 19 19 17

No. 268 247 234 223 213 183 177 176 171 128

ASSISTS PER GAME ## Team 1. Radford 2. Charleston Southern 3. Coastal Carolina 4. VMI 5. High Point 6. Liberty 7. UNC Asheville 8. Winthrop 9. Presbyterian 10. Gardner-Webb

GP No. Avg 22 37 1.68 19 31 1.63 21 32 1.52 21 27 1.29 21 23 1.10 17 18 1.06 19 15 0.79 20 14 0.70 17 11 0.65 19 5 0.26

CORNERS ## Team 1. Radford 2. Charleston Southern 3. High Point 4. VMI 5. Winthrop 6. Liberty 7. Gardner-Webb 8. Coastal Carolina 9. UNC Asheville 10. Presbyterian

GP 22 19 21 21 20 17 19 21 19 17

No. Avg 120 5.45 109 5.74 104 4.95 101 4.81 100 5.00 90 5.29 85 4.47 80 3.81 54 2.84 52 3.06

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GAA 0.94 1.05 1.19 1.30 1.34 1.43 1.50 1.76 2.06 2.10

No. Avg 136 6.18 127 6.05 122 6.42 108 6.35 95 5.59 94 4.70 89 4.68 78 3.71 72 3.79 70 2.16

GP Shutouts Avg 21 8 0.38 21 7 0.33 22 7 0.32 21 6 0.29 17 5 0.29 19 5 0.26 20 5 0.25 19 4 0.21 19 3 0.16 17 1 0.06

Avg 12.76 11.76 11.14 10.14 11.21 10.76 8.85 9.26 9.00 7.53

INDIVIDUAL SHOTS PER GAME ## Player-Team GP 1. Ashleigh Gunning-COASTAL 16 2. Ashley Johnson-RU 22 3. Olivia Moore-VMI 21 4. Amy Oberlin-LU 17 5. Emma Mattsson-CSU 16 6. Chrissy Beach-VMI 20 7. Megan Strand-VMI 21 8. Laura Eldridge-HPU 21 9. Justine Dugger-RU 22 10. Caitlin Wesnesky-CSU 19 POINTS PER GAME ## Player-Team GP G 1. Ashleigh Gunning-COASTAL 16 11 2. Olivia Moore-VMI 21 13 3. Ashley Johnson-RU 22 12 4. Emma Mattsson-CSU 16 7 5. Amy Oberlin-LU 17 8 6. Michelle Dennis-CSU 19 8 Brianna Murphy-CSU 19 8 8. McKenzie Vergara-RU 22 8 9. Megan Strand-VMI 21 5 10. Sarah Catenacci-CSU 19 6 GOALS PER GAME ## Player-Team GP 1. Ashleigh Gunning-COASTAL 16 2. Olivia Moore-VMI 21 3. Ashley Johnson-RU 22 4. Amy Oberlin-LU 17 5. Emma Mattsson-CSU 16 6. Briana Murphy-CSU 19 Michelle Dennis-CSU 19 8. Blair Monroe-COASTAL 21 9. Robyn Busha-UNCA 19 10. McKenzie Vergara-RU 22

No. 71 82 74 50 46 55 57 56 57 45

A 1 3 3 5 2 2 2 4 9 5

Avg 4.44 3.73 3.52 2.94 2.88 2.75 2.71 2.67 2.59 2.37

Pt. 23 29 27 19 18 18 18 20 19 17

Avg 1.44 1.38 1.23 1.19 1.06 0.95 0.95 0.91 0.90 0.89

No. 11 13 12 8 7 8 8 8 7 8

Avg 0.69 0.62 0.55 0.47 0.44 0.42 0.42 0.38 0.37 0.36

ASSISTS PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Megan Strand-VMI 2. Sara Rager-HPU 3. Emma Mattsson-CSU 4. Heather Haupt-COASTAL 5. McKenna Stockhausen-UNCA 6. Sarah Catenacci-CSU Juliana Duncan-UNCA 8. Justine Dugger-RU 9. Angie Harvey-GWU 10. Jen Vroman-CSU SharDavia Bell-RU Lindsey Trexler-CSU

GP No. Avg 21 9 0.43 21 8 0.38 16 5 0.31 21 6 0.29 18 5 0.28 19 5 0.26 19 5 0.26 22 5 0.23 14 3 0.21 19 4 0.21 19 4 0.21 19 4 0.21

GAME-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team GP No. Avg 1. Ashleigh Gunning-COASTAL 16 4 0.25 Anna Tupy-COASTAL 21 4 0.19 3. Chelsea Tidwell-WU 16 3 0.19 Amy Oberlin-LU 17 3 0.18 Karra Damascus-HPU 20 3 0.15 Emily McColl-COASTAL 21 3 0.14 Ashley Johnson-RU 22 3 0.14 GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team GP 1. Marisa Abbott-HPU 12 2. Lisa Lubke-RU 21 3. Alyssa Budros-CSU 14 4. Dimitra Poulos-WU 19 5. Heidi Beemer-VMI 15 6. Amy Haggard-COASTAL 18 7. Jessica Tuggle-GWU 10 8. Abby Young-PC 14 9. Veronica Lazar-UNCA 18 10. Karen Blocker-LU 11

GA Min GAA 12 1173:14 0.92 20 1935:07 0.93 17 1311:48 1.17 23 1694:15 1.22 19 1360:45 1.26 25 1563:59 1.44 16 903:04 1.59 28 1297:04 1.94 36 1628:43 1.99 27 1010:00 2.41

SAVES PER GAME ## Player-Team 1. Karen Blocker-LU 2. Veronica Lazar-UNCA 3. Abby Young-PC 4. Lisa Lubke-RU 5. Heidi Beemer-VMI 6. Jessica Tuggle-GWU 7. Dimitra Poulos-WU 8. Alyssa Budros-CSU 9. Marissa Abbott-HPU 10. Amy Haggard-COASTAL

GP 11 18 14 21 15 10 19 14 12 18

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team 1. Lisa Lubke-RU 2. Amy Haggard-COASTAL Marissa Abbott-HPU 4. Dimitra Poulos-WU Abby Young-PC 6. Alyssa Budros-CSU Angela Redmond-VMI Veronica Lazar-CSU Heidi Beemer-VMI 10. Sarah Wyszynski-GWU Karen Pavlick-COASTAL Jessica Tuggle-GWU Andrea Ritchie-HPU

GP Sho Avg 21 6 0.29 18 5 0.28 12 5 0.42 19 4 0.21 14 4 0.29 14 3 0.21 7 3 0.43 18 3 0.17 15 3 0.20 8 2 0.25 5 2 0.40 10 2 0.20 9 2 0.22

No. 69 111 80 118 82 52 84 52 44 56

Avg 6.27 6.17 5.71 5.62 5.47 5.20 4.42 3.71 3.67 3.11

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Date 08-22-08 08-24-08 $ 08-29-08 $ 08-31-08

Opponent at UNC Greensboro

WL Score L O2 2-3

Overall 0-1-0

Conf 0-0-0

Att. 578

at Duke at Furman vs Wofford

L L W

0-9 0-2 2-0

0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

370 401 167

09-14-08

at The Citadel

W

4-1

2-3-0

0-0-0

100

& 09-19-08

vs Austin Peay

W

4-1

3-3-0

0-0-0

150

09-21-08

at East Carolina

W

2-1

4-3-0

0-0-0

567

* 09-24-08

at Presbyterian

W

2-0

5-3-0

1-0-0

235

* 09-27-08

GARDNER-WEBB

W

2-1

6-3-0

2-0-0

220

* 10-03-08

LIBERTY

W

3-2

7-3-0

3-0-0

476

* 10-07-08

UNC ASHEVILLE

W

3-2

8-3-0

4-0-0

165

* * * *

at Radford at Charleston Southern WINTHROP VMI at Francis Marion USC UPSTATE

W L L W L OT W

1-0 1-4 0-1 1-0 0-1 5-0

9-3-0 9-4-0 9-5-0 10-5-0 10-6-0 11-6-0

5-0-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0

350 215 275 110 122 107

* 11-01-08

at High Point

T O2

2-2

11-6-1

6-2-1

303

! 11-06-08

vs Gardner-Webb

W

3-0

12-6-1

6-2-1

261

! 11-07-08 ! 11-09-08

at High Point vs Radford

W L

1-0 1-2

13-6-1 13-7-1

6-2-1 6-2-1

403 282

10-11-08 10-14-08 10-17-08 10-24-08 10-27-08 10-30-08

2008 Results Goals scored TEAM (unassisted) HAUPT, Heather (NILES, Sara) McCOLL, Emily (unassisted) McCOLL, Emily (COLES, Corie) MONROE, Blair (COLES, Corie) McCOLL, Emily (HELLBERG, Maegen) HAUPT, Heather (McPARTLAN, Sarah) McCOLL, Emily (TEIJELO, Samantha) HAUPT, Heather (unassisted) MONROE, Blair (NILES, Sara; HAUPT, Heather) GENTILE, Dana (GUNNING, Ashleigh) TERRY, Marissa (STRENGARI, Tori) McCOLL, Emily (unassisted) GUNNING, Ashleigh (McPARTLAN, Sarah) TUPY, Anna (unassisted) MONROE, Blair (McCOLL, Emily) GUNNING, Ashleigh (HELLBERG, Maegen) GUNNING, Ashleigh (HAUPT, Heather) GUNNING, Ashleigh (TEIJELO, Samantha) MONROE, Blair (NILES, Sara) TUPY, Anna (unassisted) MONROE, Blair (HAUPT, Heather) GENTILE, Dana (McPARTLAN, Sarah) GUNNING, Ashleigh (unassisted) McCOLL, Emily (unassisted) GUNNING, Ashleigh (unassisted) GUNNING, Ashleigh (McCOLL, Emily; HAUPT, Heather) TUPY, Anna (MONROE, Blair; HAUPT, Heather) TUPY, Anna (McPARTLAN, Sarah) GENTILE, Dana (TEIJELO, Samantha) MONROE, Blair (HAUPT, Heather) HELLBERG, Maegen (KRZYZANOWSKI, L.) MONROE, Blair (HELLBERG, Maegen) GUNNING, Ashleigh (MONROE, Blair; NILES, Sara) TUPY, Anna (McCOLL, Emily) GUNNING, Ashleigh (unassisted) GUNNING, Ashleigh (unassisted) MONROE, Blair (McCOLL, Emily) GUNNING, Ashleigh (TEIJELO, Samantha)

$ - Select Kickoff Classic (Greenville, S.C.) & - Winthrop Invitational (Rock Hill, S.C.) ! - Big South Women’s Soccer Championships (High Point, N.C.) TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 13-7-1 6-2-1 5-1-0 5-5-1 3-1-0 0-2-1

ATTENDANCE Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 21 6 11 4

Total 5857 1353 3644 860

Average 279 226 331 215

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2008 Statistics

Overall Record: 13-7-1 Big South Record: 6-2-1 Home: 5-1-0 Away: 5-5-1 Neutral: 3-1-0

## 7 5 15 26 2 11 10 29 33 9 21 16 23 4 19 14 20 12 25 6 22 13 8 3 0 00

Name GUNNING, Ashleigh MONROE, Blair McCOLL, Emily HAUPT, Heather TUPY, Anna GENTILE, Dana HELLBERG, Maegen McPARTLAN, Sarah TEIJELO, Samantha NILES, Sara TERRY, Marissa COLES, Corie KRZYZANOWSKI, Leighanna STRENGARI, Tori DeSONIA, Danielle KARELITZ, Jill BENCHLEY, Jessie TERRY, Chelsea SCHULLER, Sam WILDING, Maggie BALDWIN, Julia KIES, Lauren HAVELL, Kelsey SCHOHL, Colleen PAVLICK, Karen TROSPER, Honour Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 16-14 21-19 21-21 21-17 21-21 18-0 20-20 21-21 20-18 21-18 20-6 9-7 20-1 21-7 8-2 13-1 8-0 12-12 8-1 2-0 8-2 3-0 3-0 8-2 5-4 1-0 21 21

G 11 8 6 3 5 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 32

A 1 2 4 6 0 0 3 4 4 4 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 29

Pts 23 18 16 12 10 6 5 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 93

Sh 71 42 38 26 35 16 9 22 20 5 3 4 8 4 6 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 319 206

Shot% .155 .190 .158 .115 .143 .188 .111 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .122 .155

SOG 36 19 19 12 20 8 5 10 9 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 154 102

SOG% .507 .452 .500 .462 .571 .500 .556 .455 .450 .600 .667 .500 .250 .250 .333 .250 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .483 .495

YC-RC 3-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-0 16-0

GW 4 2 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 7

## 1 0 00 TM

Name HAGGARD, Amy PAVLICK, Karen TROSPER, Honour TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 18-17 5-4 1-0

Minutes 1564:48 347:20 12:40 0:00 1924:48 1924:48

GA 25 6 1 0 32 39

Avg 1.44 1.55 7.11 0.00 1.50 1.82

Saves 56 9 0 5 70 115

Pct .691 .600 .000 1.000 .686 .747

W 10 3 0 0 13 7

L 6 1 0 0 7 13

T 1 0 0 0 1 1

Sho 5 2 0 0 7 4

21 21

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 2-3

Team saves: 5 GOALS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 20 14

2nd 19 16

OT OT2 Total 0 0 39 1 1 32

SHOTS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 166 87

2nd 150 109

OT OT2 Total 1 2 319 9 1 206

SAVES BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 24 55

2nd 43 59

OT OT2 Total 3 0 70 0 1 115

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 41 31

2nd 39 36

OT OT2 Total 0 0 80 1 1 69

FOULS BY PERIOD Coastal Carolina Opponents

1st 113 100

2nd 115 113

OT OT2 Total 6 0 234 3 1 217

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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COASTAL OPP 1353 3644 6/226 11/331 4/215

Emily McColl scored six goals, including three-game winning tallies, in 2009.

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All-Time Roster and Stats STATISTICS LEGEND: Field Players: Games-Games Started, Shots, Goals-Assists-Points Goalkeepers (denoted by *): Games-Games Started, Minutes, Goals Allowed, Goals Against Average, Shutouts, Saves Anderson, Jenna (2005), 18-9, 1, 0-2-2 Baldwin, Julia (2008), 8-2, 0, 0-0-0 Barnes, Heather (2003-2006), 65-39, 3, 1-0-2 Barrett, Leah (2000-2004), 73-62, 102, 13-10-36 Benchley, Jessie (2008), 8-0, 2, 0-0-0 Blevins, Erin (2003-2004), 39-33, 45, 4-7-15 Bobo, Madeline (2003-2006), 25-0, 9, 0-1-1 Borucinski, Simone (2003-2006), 54-53, 76, 7-9-25 Bowen, Janessa (2006), 12-0, 1, 0-0-0 Bradley, Nicole (2000-2001), 21-6, 3, 0-1-1 Coles, Corie (2007-2008), 31-23, 7, 0-3-3 Davis, Nicole (2006), 14-0, 2, 0-0-0 DeLano, Jill (2001-2002), 37-33, 41, 3-4-10 Demmel, Kali (2004-2005), 7-0, 0, 0-0-0 Devine, Rachel (2002-2005), 67-49, 72, 8-8-24 DeSonia, Danielle (2005-2008), 55-13, 13, 0-2-2 Dillon, Stacey (2006-2007), 28-1, 7, 0-1-1 DiRenzo, Laura (2000-2003), 35-20, 15, 4-2-10 Doten, Candice* (2000-2003), 73-71, 6354:37, 100, 1.42, 16, 379 Fisher, Kristina (2002-2005), 66-59, 139, 20-16-56 Gelsomino, Amanda (2006-2007), 41-24, 55, 9-3-21 Gentile, Dana (2008), 18-0, 16, 3-0-6 Gerhardt, Stepheney (2005-2006), 39-39, 51, 3-9-15 Gorman, Lori (2000), 7-1, 3, 1-0-2 Goss, Meghan* (2001-2002), 6-0, 107:08, 1, 0.840, 0.1, 2 Griggs, Jacqueline (2000-2002), 5-0, 4, 1-0-2 Gunning, Ashleigh (2006-2008), 53-50, 221, 36-12-84 Hackmann, Leah (2003-2006), 66-48, 10, 0-5-5 Haggard, Amy* (2007-2008), 37-34, 3053:29, 36, 1.06, 14, 110 Hajek, Mary Jo (2002-2003), 34-9, 46, 7-4-18 Hardison, Rachael* (2005), 1-0, 22:20, 0, 0.00, 0, 1 Haupt, Heather (2005-2008), 67-18, 55, 9-8-26 Havell, Kelsey (2007-2008), 21-9, 3, 0-0-0 Hellberg, Maegan (2006-2008), 62-62, 27, 3-5-11 Hobson, Allison (2006), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Humphries, Emma (2006), 31-30, 63, 6-4-16 Hunt, Alyssa (2005-2006), 23-1, 11, 0-4-4 Karelitz, Jill (2004-2008), 61-2, 22, 6-3-15 Kauffman, Gretchen (2000), 14-6, 8, 1-0-2 Kies, Lauren (2007-2008), 22-0, 7, 0-0-0 Kies, Lindsay (2005), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Kingsbury, Kristine (2003-2006), 54-12, 30, 6-0-12 Krzyzanowski, Leighanna (2008), 20-1, 8, 0-1-1 Kovacs, Marisa (2000-2003), 73-73, 82, 8-3-19 Long, Meghan (2006), 4-0, 0, 0-0-0

Marino, Jill (2000-2003), 27-6, 6, 0-1-1 Maxwell, Jennifer (2001-2004), 50-15, 17, 6-1-13 McColl, Emily (2004-2008), 71-70, 126, 12-12-36 McPartlan, Sarah (2008), 21-21, 22, 0-4-4 Monroe, Blair (2005-2008), 82-75, 228, 42-10-94 Moore, Sara (2004-2006), 31-3, 5, 0-2-2 Mulcahy, Pam (2000-2003), 14-2, 2, 0-0-0 Niles, Sara (2007-2008), 43-37, 11, 0-6-6 Norris, Ashley (2001-2002), 9-0, 3, 0-0-0 Oathout, Alex (2005), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Ortiz, Jill (2000-2003), 44-38, 28, 2-4-8 Parsons, Bobbie (2002-2005), 78-73, 331, 38-19-95 Pavlick, Karen* (2007-2008), 9-6, 548:16, 12, 1.97, 2, 21 Pecora, Britt* (2007), 5-1, 332:43, 5, 1.35, 0, 12 Rosier, Johanna (2001-2004), 50-20, 16, 4-0-8 Rudolph, Lacey (2006), 3-0, 0, 0-0-0 Sampson, Kathleen (2000), 16-13, 6, 0-1-1 Schneider, Caroline (2000-2003), 70-61, 19, 0-4-4 Schohl, Colleen (2007-2008), 26-2, 7, 0-1-1 Schuller, Sam (2008), 8-1, 1, 0-0-0 Shock, Gretchen (2000-2003), 55-33, 33, 6-1-13 Smrz, Becky (2001-2002), 14-2, 7, 1-0-2 Stirton, April (2002-2003), 39-38, 18, 0-1-1 Stoll, Jaclyn* (2003-2006), 67-60, 5686:08, 95, 1.50, 15, 254 Strengari, Tori (2008), 21-7, 4, 0-1-1 Tafel, Jennifer (2000-2003), 74-74, 105, 8-4-20 Tamburro, Alli (2006), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Teijelo, Samantha (2006-2008), 46-32, 33, 0-8-8 Terry, Chelsea (2005-2008), 70-67, 9, 0-6-6 Terry, Marissa (2008), 20-6, 3, 1-0-2 Tolan, Morgan (2004), 5-2, 2, 0-0-0 Trosper, Honour* (2008), 1-0, 12:40, 1, 7.11, 0, 0 Tupy, Anna (2007-2008), 43-43, 49, 5-2-12 Turner, Tiffany (2000-2003), 39-17, 30, 7-1-15 Warren, Brandi (2002-2003), 29-4, 11, 1-0-2 Weber, Katie (2003), 1-0, 0, 0-0-0 Weiler, Laura (2003-2006), 59-44, 54, 14-6-34 Wilding, Maggie (2007-2008), 16-11, 6, 0-0-0 Wilkerson, Beth* (2000-2003), 3-0, 80:33, 0, 0.00, 0.5, 0 Williams, Carrie (2003-2005), 8-0, 0, 0-0-0 Willis, Lindsay (2000-2004), 57-46, 3, 0-3-3 Winstead, Missy (2004), 4-0, 2, 1-0-2 Wisse, Kristin (2000-2002), 37-37, 67, 11-15-37 Wolf, Shauna (2003), 4-0, 6, 1-0-2 Wulf, Alissa (2002-2005), 71-65, 19, 0-5-5

The Last Time It Happened

Bold denotes current player.

The Last Time A Chanticleer... Scored three goals ..........................................Blair Monroe vs. High Point (10-8-07) Scored four goals............................... Kristin Wisse vs. South Carolina St. (9-13-00) Recorded three assists .....................Bobbie Parsons vs. Char. Southern (10-5-05) Recorded six or more points .................. 6, Blair Monroe vs. High Point (10-8-07) Recorded 10 or more shots................ 10, Bobbie Parsons vs. Radford (10-22-05) Recorded 10 or more saves................................ 10, Jaclyn Stoll at UNCG (9-12-04) Recorded back-to-back shutouts ...................................................... Karen Pavlick vs. ................................................Gardner-Webb and High Point (11-6-08 and 11-7-08) Scored a goal in first five minutes ...................................................................................... ............................................................. 4:11, Ashleigh Gunning vs. Winthrop (11-9-07)

The Last Time The Chanticleers...

Bobbie Parsons had three assists and Kristin Wisse has Coastal Carolina’s six points in a 7-1 win over Birmingham- only four-goal game in school history Southern Oct. 16, 2005. in an 11-0 win over South Carolina State Sept. 13, 2000.

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Scored 10 or more goals ....................................... 11, South Carolina State (9-7-03) Scored seven goals ...........................................7, Birmingham-Southern (10-16-05) Recorded seven assists .............................................................. 7, High Point (10-8-07) Recorded 20 or more shots........................................... 31, Gardner-Webb (11-6-08) Recorded 10 or more saves.......................................10, UNC Greensboro (9-12-04) Recorded back-to-back shutouts .......................... Gardner-Webb and High Point ..............................................................................................................(11-6-08 and 11-7-08)

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Single-Game Records POINTS (g/a)

SCORING RECORDS

9-5-03

1. 11 Kristin Wisse (4/3) 9-13-00 vs. South Carolina State 2. 7 Kristina Fisher (3/1) 10-5-05 vs. Charleston Southern 3. 6 Bobbie Parsons (3/0) 10-2-04 vs. VMI 6 Bobbie Parsons (2/2) 9-21-03 at VMI 6 Bobbie Parsons (3/0) 10-16-05 vs. Birmingham-Southern 6 Blair Monroe (3/0) 9-29-05 at Longwood 6 Blair Monroe (3/0) 9-4-05 vs. Chattanooga 6 Blair Monroe (3/0) 10-8-07 vs. High Point 6 Ashleigh Gunning (3/0) 9-14-07 vs. Wagner 8. 5 Simone Borucinski (2/1) 9-26-03 at UNC Asheville 5 Bobbie Parsons (2/1) 9-7-03 vs. South Carolina State 5 Bobbie Parsons (2/1) 10-11-03 vs. Birmingham-Southern 5 Laura Weiler (2/1) 9-7-03 vs. South Carolina State 5 Jill Karelitz (2/1) 11-2-04 vs. Erskine 5 Blair Monroe (2/1) 9-6-05 vs. The Citadel 10-8-07 5 Amanda Gelsomino (2/1) vs. High Point

9-21-03

GOALKEEPING RECORDS

SHOTS 1. 11 Bobbie Parsons at Wofford 2. 10 Bobbie Parsons vs. Radford 10 Bobbie Parsons vs. VMI 4. 9 Kristin Wisse vs. Charleston Southern 9 Bobbie Parsons vs. The Citadel 9 Bobbie Parsons at Jacksonville 9 Bobbie Parsons vs. Georgia Southern 9 Bobbie Parsons vs. Birmingham-Southern 9 Ashleigh Gunning vs. The Citadel 9 Ashleigh Gunning at High Point 10. 8 Ashleigh Gunning vs. VMI 8 Ashleigh Gunning vs. VMI 8 Blair Monroe vs. Charleston Southern 8 Bobbie Parsons at Birmingham-Southern 8 Bobbie Parsons vs. UNC Asheville 8 Bobbie Parsons vs. Anderson 8 Bobbie Parsons at VMI

9-21-05 10-22-05 10-2-04 9-16-00 9-6-05 9-11-05 9-15-05 10-16-05 9-12-07 11-1-08 11-08-07 10-8-06 11-3-05 10-24-04 9-18-04

SAVES

GOALS 1. 4 2. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3. 2

Kristin Wisse 9-13-00 vs. South Carolina State Bobbie Parsons 10-2-04 vs. VMI Bobbie Parsons 10-16-05 vs. Birmingham-Southern Kristina Fisher 10-5-05 vs. Charleston Southern Blair Monroe 9-29-05 vs. Longwood Blair Monroe 9-4-05 vs. Chattanooga Blair Monroe 10-8-07 vs. High Point Ashleigh Gunning 9-14-07 vs. Wagner 31 times

ASSISTS 1. 3 3 3 3. 2

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Kristin Wisse vs. South Carolina State Bobbie Parsons vs. Charleston Southern Ashleigh Gunning vs. High Point 17 times

9-13-00 10-5-05 10-8-07

1. 12 Candice Doten vs. Appalachian State 2. 11 Candice Doten at Louisiana State 3. 10 Jaclyn Stoll at UNC Greensboro 4. 9 six times 10. 8 five times

8-27-00 9-29-03 9-12-04

TEAM SCORING SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

47 38 34 32 31 31 7. 30 8. 29 29 10. 27

vs. South Carolina State vs. Anderson vs. VMI vs. VMI vs. The Citadel vs. Gardner-Webb vs. South Carolina State vs. Georgia Southern vs. The Citadel vs. Erskine

9-7-03 9-5-03 10-2-04 11-8-07 9-6-05 11-6-08 9-13-00 9-15-05 9-12-07 11-2-04

vs. South Carolina State vs. South Carolina State vs. The Citadel at South Carolina State vs. Birmingham-Southern vs. Erskine

9-7-03 9-13-00 10-26-01 8-30-02 10-16-05 11-0-04

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4.

11 10 9 7 7 5. 6

6 6 6 6 10. 5 5 5 5 5 5

at VMI vs. Charleston Southern at Longwood vs. High Point vs. VMI vs. Anderson vs. Wofford vs. Radford vs. West Georgia vs. USC Upstate

9-21-03 10-5-05 9-29-05 10-8-07 10-2-04 9-5-03 10-9-01 10-22-05 8-25-06 10-30-08

ASSISTS 1. 7 7 3. 6 6 6 6 7. 5 5 5 10. 4 4 4 4

vs. South Carolina State vs. High Point vs. South Carolina State vs. Charleston Southern at Longwood vs. USC Upstate vs. West Georgia vs. Erskine vs. VMI vs. Anderson vs. High Point vs. Gardner-Webb vs. Birmingham-Southern

9-7-03 10-8-07 9-13-00 10-5-05 9-29-05 10-30-08 8-25-06 11-2-04 10-2-04 9-5-03 10-26-03 9-9-00 10-16-05

1. 29 vs. South Carolina State 11 goals, 7 assists 2. 28 vs. The Citadel 9 goals, 10 assists 3. 26 vs. South Carolina State 10 goals, 6 assists 4. 19 at South Carolina State 7 goals, 5 assists 19 vs. High Point 6 goals, 7 assists 6. 18 vs. Birmingham-Southern 7 goals, 4 assists 18 vs. Charleston Southern 6 goals, 6 assists 18 at Longwood 6 goals, 6 assists 9. 17 vs. Erskine 6 goals, 5 assists 10. 16 vs. USC Upstate 5 goals, 6 assists

9-7-03

POINTS

10-26-01 9-13-00 8-30-02 10-8-07 10-16-05 10-5-05 9-29-05 11-2-04 10-30-08

GOALKEEPING RECORDS SAVES 1. 12 12 3. 11 11 11 6. 10 7. 9 9 9 10. 8 8 8 8 8 8

vs. UNC Wilmington vs. Appalachian State at Louisiana State at Western Carolina at Furman at UNC Greensboro at The Citadel vs. Wofford at Clemson vs. Campbell at Charleston Southern at UNC Wilmington vs. Western Carolina at VMI at UNC Greensboro

10-13-03 8-27-00 9-29-03 10-4-03 9-5-00 9-12-04 9-17-03 9-20-00 9-5-07 8-30-00 10-13-04 9-8-04 8-31-04 10-1-05 8-22-08

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

Single-Season Records

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MATCHES PLAYED 1. 22 Blair Monroe 22 Maegen Hellberg 22 Anna Tupy 22 Sara Niles 22 Corie Coles 22 Chelsea Terry 7. 21 15 players

GOALKEEPING RECORDS MATCHES PLAYED 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

1.

Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Amy Haggard Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Amy Haggard Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll

2003 2006 2005 2001 2007 2002 2004 2008 2000 2003

MATCHES STARTED 1. 20 Jaclyn Stoll 2. 19 Jaclyn Stoll 19 Candice Doten 4. 18 Jaclyn Stoll 18 Candice Doten 18 Candice Doten 7. 17 Amy Haggard 17 Amy Haggard 9. 16 Candice Doten 10. 3 Jaclyn Stoll

2006 2005 2001 2004 2003 2002 2007 2008 2000 2003

MINUTES 1. 1,820 2. 1,776 3. 1,711 4. 1,679 5. 1,626 6. 1,564 7. 1,525 8. 1,488 9. 1,374 10. 527

2006 2001 2005 2002 2004 2008 2000 2007 2003 2003

3.

6.

9. 10.

MATCHES STARTED 1. 22 Maegen Hellberg 22 Anna Tupy 22 Chelsea Terry 4. 21 Kristina Fisher 21 Jennifer Tafel 21 April Stirton 21 Ashleigh Gunning 21 Blair Monroe 21 Emily McColl 21 Anna Tupy 21 Sarah McPartlan

2007 2007 2007 2003 2003 2003 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008

SHOTS 1. 102 102 3. 95 4. 86 5. 71 6. 68 7. 66 8. 55 9. 54 10. 52

Bobbie Parsons Bobbie Parsons Ashleigh Gunning Bobbie Parsons Ashleigh Gunning Blair Monroe Blair Monore Ashleigh Gunning Kristina Fisher Blair Monroe

2005 2004 2007 2003 2008 2005 2007 2006 2003 2006

GOALS 1. 17 2. 15 3. 13 4. 11 11 6. 10 10 10 9. 9 10. 8 8

Blair Monroe Ashleigh Gunning Bobbie Parsons Bobbie Parsons Ashleigh Gunning Ashleigh Gunning Kristina Fisher Bobbie Parsons Blair Monroe Blair Monroe Blair Monroe

2005 2007 2005 2003 2008 2006 2005 2004 2007 2006 2008

ASSISTS 1. 12 2. 9 9 9 5. 6 6 6 8. 5 5 5 5

Kristin Wisse Bobbie Parsons Kristina Fisher Ashleigh Gunning Simone Borucinski Bobbie Parsons Heather Haupt Stepheney Gerhardt Erin Blevins Kristina Fisher Leah Barrett

2000 2005 2005 2007 2006 2003 2008 2006 2004 2003 2001

POINTS (g/a) 1. 39 2. 36 3. 35 4. 29 5. 28 6. 24 7. 23 8. 22 9. 21 10. 20 20

Ashleigh Gunning (15/9) Blair Monroe (17/2) Bobbie Parsons (13/9) Kristina Fisher (10/9) Bobbie Parsons (11/6) Kristin Wisse (6/12) Ashleigh Gunning (11/1) Ashleigh Gunning (10/2) Bobbie Parsons (10/1) Blair Monroe (8/4) Blair Monroe (9/2)

2007 2005 2005 2005 2003 2000 2008 2006 2004 2006 2007

20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 16 10

TEAM RECORDS

Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Amy Haggard Candice Doten Amy Haggard Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (min. 1,000 minutes played) 1. 11 Amy Haggard 2. 14 Candice Doten 3. 25 Candice Doten 25 Amy Haggard 5. 28 Jaclyn Stoll 6. 29 Jaclyn Stoll 29 Candice Doten 8. 30 Jaclyn Stoll

2007 2003 2002 2008 2004 2006 2000 2005

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 1,000 minutes played) 1. 0.67 Amy Haggard 2. 0.92 Candice Doten 3. 1.34 Candice Doten 4. 1.43 Jaclyn Stoll 5. 1.44 Amy Haggard 6. 1.55 Jaclyn Stoll 7. 1.58 Jaclyn Stoll 8. 1.62 Candice Doten

2007 2003 2002 2006 2008 2004 2005 2001

SHUTOUTS 1. 9.0 2. 6.0 3. 5.0 5.0 5.0 6. 4.0 4.0 8. 3.5 3.5 10. 2.0

2007 2004 2003 2006 2008 2005 2002 2001 2000 2008

SAVES 1. 129 2. 106 3. 83 4. 82 5. 74 6. 71 7. 64 8. 56 9. 54 10. 34

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Amy Haggard Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Amy Haggard Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Candice Doten Candice Doten Karen Pavlick

Candice Doten Candice Doten Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Jaclyn Stoll Candice Doten Jaclyn Stoll Amy Haggard Amy Haggard Jaclyn Stoll

2001 2002 2000 2004 2005 2003 2006 2008 2007 2003

GOALS 1. 52 2. 42 3. 40 4. 39

(19 games) (21 games) (20 games) (21 games)

2005 2003 2006 2008

ASSISTS 1. 43 2. 32 3. 30 30

(19 games) (21 games) (20 games) (19 games)

2005 2008 2006 2007

POINTS 1. 147 2. 113 3. 110 110

(19 games) (21 games) (20 games) (21 games)

2005 2003 2006 2008

SAVES 1. 131 2. 112 3. 109 4. 88

(19 games) (18 games) (21 games) (20 games)

2001 2002 2003 2004

OPPONENT GOALS 1. 22 (21 games) 22 (19 games) 3. 26 (18 games) 4. 29 (16 games) 29 (20 games)

2003 2007 2002 2000 2006

OPPONENT ASSISTS 1. 15 (18 games) 2. 17 (19 games) 3. 19 (21 games) 19 (16 games)

2002 2005 2003 2000

VICTORIES 1. 13 13 13 13 3. 10

(19 games) (20 games) (19 games) (21 games) (21 games)

2005 2006 2007 2008 2003

TIES 1. 2 2 3. 4 4 4

(21 games) (20 games) (19 games) (18 games) (16 games)

2003 2004 2001 2002 2000

LOSSES 1. 5 2. 6 6 6 5. 7 7

(19 games) (20 games) (19 games) (18 games) (16 games) (21 games)

2007 2006 2005 2002 2000 2008

SHUTOUTS 1. 9 2. 7 7 7 5. 6

(19 games) (21 games) (20 games) (20 games) (18 games)

2007 2003 2004 2004 2002

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Career Records/Honors CAREER RECORDS

GOALKEEPING RECORDS

MATCHES PLAYED 1. 82 Blair Monroe ............................................................................................2005-08 2. 78 Bobbie Parsons .......................................................................................2002-05 3. 74 Jennifer Tafel ............................................................................................2000-03 74 Marisa Kovacs ..........................................................................................2000-03 5. 73 Leah Barrett..............................................................................................2000-04 6. 71 Alissa Wulf.................................................................................................2002-05 71 Emily McColl ............................................................................................2004-08 8. 70 Caroline Schneider ................................................................................2000-03 70 Chelsea Terry ...........................................................................................2005-08 10. 67 Rachel Devine .........................................................................................2002-05 67 Heather Haupt ........................................................................................2005-08

MATCHES PLAYED 1. 73 Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 2. 67 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 3. 37 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 4. 9 Karen Pavlick.......................................................................................... 2007-08 5. 5 Meghan Goss......................................................................................... 2001-02 5 Britt Pecora ....................................................................................................2007 7. 3 Beth Wilkerson ...................................................................................... 2000-03 8. 2 Morgan Tolan................................................................................................2004

MATCHES STARTED 1. 75 Blair Monroe ............................................................................................2005-08 2. 74 Jennifer Tafel ............................................................................................2000-03 74 Marisa Kovacs ..........................................................................................2000-03 4. 73 Bobbie Parsons .......................................................................................2002-05 5. 70 Emily McColl ............................................................................................2004-08 67 Chelsea Terry ...........................................................................................2005-08 7. 65 Alissa Wulf.................................................................................................2002-05 8. 62 Leah Barrett..............................................................................................2000-04 62 Maegen Hellberg ...................................................................................2006-08 9. 61 Caroline Schneider ................................................................................2000-03 SHOTS 1. 331 2. 228 3. 221 4. 139 5. 126 6. 105 7. 102 8. 82 9. 80 10. 77

Bobbie Parsons .......................................................................................2002-05 Blair Monroe ............................................................................................2005-08 Ashleigh Gunning ..................................................................................2006-08 Kristina Fisher ..........................................................................................2002-05 Emily McColl ............................................................................................2004-08 Jennifer Tafel ............................................................................................2000-03 Leah Barrett..............................................................................................2000-04 Marisa Kovacs ..........................................................................................2000-03 Simone Borucinski .................................................................................2003-06 Kristin Wisse .............................................................................................2000-02

GOALS 1. 42 2. 38 3. 36 4. 20 5. 14 6. 13 7. 12 8. 11 9. 9 9

Blair Monroe ............................................................................................2005-08 Bobbie Parsons .......................................................................................2002-05 Ashleigh Gunning ..................................................................................2006-08 Kristina Fisher ..........................................................................................2002-05 Laura Weiler .............................................................................................2003-05 Leah Barrett..............................................................................................2000-04 Emily McColl ............................................................................................2004-08 Kristin Wisse .............................................................................................2000-02 Amanda Gelsomino ..............................................................................2006-07 Heather Haupt ........................................................................................2005-08

ASSISTS 1. 19 2. 16 3. 15 4. 12 12 6. 11 7. 10 10 9. 9 10. 8 8 8

Bobbie Parsons .......................................................................................2002-05 Kristina Fisher ..........................................................................................2002-05 Kristin Wisse .............................................................................................2000-02 Ashleigh Gunning ..................................................................................2006-08 Emily McColl ............................................................................................2004-08 Simone Borucinski .................................................................................2003-06 Leah Barrett..............................................................................................2000-04 Blair Monroe ............................................................................................2005-08 Stepheney Gerhardt .............................................................................2005-06 Rachel Devine .........................................................................................2002-05 Heather Haupt ........................................................................................2005-08 Samantha Teijelo ....................................................................................2006-08

POINTS (g/a) 1. 95 Bobbie Parsons (38/19) ........................................................................2002-05 2. 94 Blair Monroe (42/10) .............................................................................2005-08 Ashleigh Gunning (36/12) .......................................................................... 2006-08 3. 84 4. 56 Kristina Fisher (20/16)...........................................................................2002-05 5. 37 Kristin Wisse (11/15) ..............................................................................2000-02 6. 36 Leah Barrett (13/10) ..............................................................................2000-04 36 Emily McColl (12/12) .............................................................................2004-08 8. 34 Laura Weiler (14/6).................................................................................2003-06 9. 26 Heather Haupt (9/8) ..............................................................................2005-08 10. 25 Simone Borucinski (7/11) .......................................................................2002-06

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MATCHES STARTED 1. 61 Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 2. 60 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 3. 34 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 4. 6 Karen Pavlick.......................................................................................... 2007-08 5. 3 Britt Pecora ....................................................................................................2007 6. 2 Morgan Tolan................................................................................................2004 MINUTES 1. 6,356 2. 5,686 3. 3,053 4. 548 5. 332 6. 180 7. 107 8. 81

Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 Karen Pavlick.......................................................................................... 2007-08 Britt Pecora ....................................................................................................2007 Morgan Tolan................................................................................................2004 Meghan Goss......................................................................................... 2001-02 Beth Wilkerson ...................................................................................... 2000-03

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (min. 2 yrs./1,500 minutes played) 1. 36 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 2. 95 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 3. 100 Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 1,000 minutes played) 1. 1.06 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 2. 1.42 Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 3. 1.50 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 SHUTOUTS 1. 15.5 Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 2. 15.0 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 3. 14.0 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 4. 1.0 Morgan Tolan................................................................................................2004 5. 0.5 Beth Wilkerson ...................................................................................... 2000-03 SAVES 1. 389 2. 254 3. 110 4. 21 5. 12 6. 5 7. 2 2

Candice Doten ...................................................................................... 2000-03 Jaclyn Stoll .............................................................................................. 2003-06 Amy Haggard ........................................................................................ 2007-08 Karen Pavlick.......................................................................................... 2007-08 Britt Pecora ....................................................................................................2007 Morgan Tolan................................................................................................2004 Beth Wilkerson ...................................................................................... 2000-03 Meghan Goss......................................................................................... 2001-02

Kristina Fisher is in the top-five in Coastal Carolina history in career goals, assists and points.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

National Honors

Career Records/Honors

NSCAA/adidas Team Academic Award 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American as presented by CoSIDA Second Team Ashleigh Gunning .............................................................................2007, 2008 Third Team Emily McColl ................................................................................................ 2008 CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team Kristina Fisher......................................................................................................................... 2005 Ashleigh Gunning .............................................................................2007, 2008 Emily McColl ................................................................................................ 2008 Second Team Candice Doten ........................................................................................................... 2001, 2003 Emily McColl ........................................................................................................................... 2006 Simone Borucinski ............................................................................................................... 2006 Amanda Gelsomino ............................................................................................................. 2007 Third Team Bobbie Parsons...................................................................................................................... 2005 NSCAA/adidas Scholar-Athlete All-Region Second Team Ashleigh Gunning .............................................................................2007, 2008 Third Team Candice Doten ....................................................................................................................... 2003 Bobbie Parsons...................................................................................................................... 2005 Honorable Mention Emily McColl ........................................................................................................................... 2008

Soccer Buzz All-Region Third Team Ashleigh Gunning ................................................................................................................ 2007 Soccer Buzz All-National Team for First Year Programs Marisa Kovacs ........................................................................................................................ 2000 Tiffany Turner ......................................................................................................................... 2000 Kristen Wisse .......................................................................................................................... 2000 Soccer Buzz National Player of the Year - First Year Programs Marisa Kovacs ........................................................................................................................ 2000 Soccer Buzz National Rookie of the Year - First Year Programs Marisa Kovacs ........................................................................................................................ 2000

Big South Conference Honors All-Big South Conference First Team Marisa Kovacs ............................................................................................................ 2000, 2003 Kristen Wisse .............................................................................................................. 2000, 2002 Candice Doten .............................................................................................. 2001, 2002, 2003 Bobbie Parsons.............................................................................................. 2003, 2004, 2005 Blair Monroe ................................................................................................... 2005, 2006, 2007 Kristina Fisher......................................................................................................................... 2005 Ashleigh Gunning .................................................................. 2006, 2007, 2008 Chelsea Terry .......................................................................................................................... 2007 Emily McColl ................................................................................................ 2008 Second Team Tiffany Turner ......................................................................................................................... 2000 Leah Barrett ................................................................................................................ 2001, 2004 Marisa Kovacs ............................................................................................................ 2001, 2002 Mary Jo Hajek......................................................................................................................... 2002 Simone Borucinski ............................................................................................................... 2003 Chelsea Terry .............................................................................................................. 2005, 2006 Maegen Hellberg ..............................................................................2007, 2008 Emma Humphries ................................................................................................................ 2007 Emily McColl ........................................................................................................................... 2007

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Sarah McPartlan ......................................................................................... 2008 Anna Tupy ................................................................................................... 2008

Player of the Year Ashleigh Gunning .............................................................................2007, 2008 Rookie of the Year Marisa Kovacs ........................................................................................................................ 2000 Blair Monroe ........................................................................................................................... 2005 All-Freshman Team Maegen Hellberg ........................................................................................ 2006 Amy Haggard .............................................................................................. 2007 Sara Niles ..................................................................................................... 2007 Anna Tupy ................................................................................................... 2007 Marissa Terry ............................................................................................... 2008 All-Tournament Candice Doten ........................................................................................................... 2000, 2001 Simone Borucinski ............................................................................................................... 2003 Morgan Tolan ........................................................................................................................ 2004 Blair Monroe ........................................................................................................................... 2005 Ashleigh Gunning .................................................................. 2006, 2007, 2008 Emily McColl ........................................................................................................................... 2006 Maegen Hellberg ........................................................................................ 2007 Chelsea Terry .....................................................................................2007, 2008 Anna Tupy ................................................................................................... 2008 All-Academic Kristen Wisse .......................................................................................................................... 2000 Candice Doten ............................................................................................... 2001, 2002, 2003 Bobbie Parsons...................................................................................................................... 2004 Kristina Fisher......................................................................................................................... 2005 Emily McColl ......................................................................................2006, 2008 Ashleigh Gunning ................................................................................................................ 2007 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Candice Doten ........................................................................................................... 2002, 2003 Emily McColl ........................................................................................................................... 2008 Player of the Week Rachel Devine ........................................................................................................................ 2002 Kristina Fisher (twice) .............................................................................................. 2002, 2005 Kristen Wisse .......................................................................................................................... 2002 Simone Borucinski ............................................................................................................... 2003 Mary Jo Hajek......................................................................................................................... 2003 Bobbie Parsons (three times) .........................................................................2004 (2), 2005 Blair Monroe (four times) .....................................................................2005 (2), 2006, 2007 Amanda Gelsomino ............................................................................................................. 2007 Ashleigh Gunning (twice) ................................................................2007, 2008 Emily McColl ................................................................................................ 2008

Candice Doten was a two-time Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year selection.

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Year-by-Year Results 2000 Record: 5-7-4 (2-2-2) Coach: Karrie Miller

2003 Record: 10-9-2 (4-1-1) Coach: Karrie Miller

2005 Record: 13-6-0 (5-3) Coach: Karrie Miller

2007 Record: 15-5-2 (6-1) Coach: Rohan Naraine

8/27 Appalachian State T, 1-1 (2ot) 8/30 Campbell L, 2-3 (ot) 9/2 Western Carolina L, 3-5 9/5 at Furman& L, 0-5 9/9 Gardner-Webb W, 2-1 9/13 South Carolina State W, 10-0 9/16 at Charleston Southern* T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/20 Wofford L, 0-3 9/27 at USC Spartanburg W, 1-0 9/30 Liberty* W, 1-0 10/4 at UNC Wilmington L, 1-3 10/9 UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 10/14 at Radford* T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/18 Elon* L, 0-1 10/21 at High Point* L, 1-2 10/26 vs. Charleston Southern$ T, 1-1 (2ot) (Charleston Southern advanced 3-1 in shootout) * - Big South Conference match & - Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.) $ - Big South Tournament (Radford, Va.)

8/29 at LSU & L, 1-2 8/30 vs. La.-Lafayette & W, 1-0 9/2 at Elon W, 2-0 9/5 Anderson W, 5-0 9/7 South Carolina State W, 11-0 9/10 at Wofford L, 0-1 9/13 at Ohio State L, 1-3 9/17 at The Citadel W, 1-0 9/20 at Liberty* L, 0-2 9/21 at VMI* W, 6-1 9/26 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 9/28 at Clemson L, 0-2 10/4 at Western Carolina L, 0-1 10/9 at Winthrop* L, 1-2 10/11 Birmingham-Southern* W, 3-1 10/13 UNC Wilmington L, 1-2 (ot) 10/21 Coll. of Charleston T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/24 Radford* W, 1-0 10/26 High Point* W, 3-0 11/1 at Charleston So.* T, 1-1 (2ot) 11/6 vs. Birmingham-So. $ L, 0-2 * - Big South Conference match & - LSU Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.) $ - Big South Tournament (High Point, N.C.)

8/26 Elon W, 1-0 9/2 Army & L, 1-3 9/4 Chattanooga & W, 3-1 9/6 The Citadel W, 4-0 9/10 Stetson % W, 1-0 9/11 at Jacksonville % W, 3-2 9/15 Georgia Southern W, 3-1 9/18 at UNC Asheville* L, 0-4 9/21 at Wofford W, 2-1 (ot) 9/25 High Point* L, 3-4 (ot) 9/29 at Longwood W, 6-4 10/1 at VMI* W, 2-0 10/5 Charleston Southern* W, 6-2 10/8 at Western Carolina L, 1-2 10/12 at Winthrop* W, 2-1 (ot) 10/16 Birmingham-Southern* W, 7-1 10/22 Radford* W, 5-0 10/29 at Liberty* L, 1-2 11/3 vs. Charleston Southern $ L, 1-2 * - Big South Conference match & - Big South Challenge (Conway, S.C.) % - JU/Best Western inv. (Jacksonville, Fla.) $ - Big South Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

9/3 at Wofford L, 2-3 (ot) 9/5 at Clemson L, 0-5 9/7 vs. Stetson & T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/9 at Jacksonville & L, 1-2 9/12 The Citadel W, 3-0 9/14 vs. Wagner % W, 3-2 9/16 at North Florida % W, 2-1 9/21 Francis Marion L, 0-4 9/25 at Coll. of Charleston W, 2-0 9/29 at VMI* W, 2-0 9/30 at Longwood W, 2-1 10/3 Presbyterian W, 1-0 10/6 at UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 10/8 High Point* W, 6-1 10/20 at Winthrop* W, 2-0 10/24 Charleston Southern* L, 1-2 10/27 at Liberty* W, 1-0 10/31 at USC Upstate W, 2-0 11/3 Radford* W, 1-0 11/8 vs. VMI $ W, 1-0 11/9 vs. Winthrop $ W, 1-0 11/10 vs. High Point $ T, 0-0 (2ot) (High Point advances 5-4 on PK’s) * - Big South Conference match & - Kick Out Cancer Tourn. (Jacksonville, Fla.) % - North Florida Tourn. (Jacksonville, Fla.) $ - Big South Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

2001 Record: 4-11-4 (2-4) Coach: Karrie Miller 8/31 at Western Carolina L, 1-2 (2ot) 9/2 at Appalachian State T, 0-0 (2ot) 9/9 Furman L, 1-3 9/19 Charleston Southern* L, 1-3 9/23 at Gardner-Webb L, 0-3 9/26 UNC Wilmington L, 0-2 9/29 at Liberty* L, 0-1 10/3 College of Charleston L, 0-2 10/6 Birmingham-Southern T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/9 at Wofford W, 5-1 10/12 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-2 10/15 High Point* W, 2-1 10/20 Radford* W, 2-1 10/26 The Citadel W, 9-0 10/28 USC Spartanburg L, 1-3 10/31 at Campbell L, 0-4 11/3 at Elon* L, 0-4 11/8 vs. Radford$ T, 0-0 (2ot) (Coastal Carolina advanced on PK’s) 11/9 vs. Elon$ T, 1-1 (2ot) (Elon advanced on PK’s) * - Big South Conference match $ - Big South Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

2002 Record: 8-6-4 (3-3) Coach: Karrie Miller 8/30 at South Carolina State W, 7-0 9/1 Appalachian State W, 2-1 9/3 at Coll. of Charleston T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/8 at UNC Wilmington L, 1-2 9/13 vs. Wofford & W, 3-0 9/15 at Furman & L, 2-4 9/20 UNC Asheville* W, 2-0 9/28 Liberty* L, 0-1 10/2 Campbell T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/5 at Radford* L, 0-3 10/9 at High Point* W, 3-2 (2ot) 10/12 at Birmingham-So.* T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/17 Charleston So.* W, 4-1 10/19 Elon* L, 0-3 10/25 Western Carolina W, 2-1 10/27 Chattanooga W, 2-0 11/1 IPFW T, 1-1 (2ot) 11/7 vs. High Point $ L, 0-5 * - Big South Conference match & - Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.) $ - Big South Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

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2004 Record: 7-11-2 (2-5-1) Coach: Karrie Miller 8/27 Wofford L, 1-2 8/31 Western Carolina W, 2-0 9/3 vs. Maine & L, 0-1 9/4 vs. Campbell & W, 1-0 9/8 at UNC Wilmington L, 2-3 9/10 vs. Old Dominion % W, 2-1 9/12 at UNC Greensboro % L, 1-7 9/15 Longwood W, 2-0 9/18 UNC Asheville * T, 1-1 (2ot) 9/22 Liberty* L, 0-2 9/24 at Georgia Southern L, 0-1 10/2 VMI* W, 5-0 10/9 at Radford* L, 2-5 10/13 at Charleston Southern* L, 1-2 10/16 Winthrop* W, 2-0 10/22 at Samford T, 0-0 (2ot) 10/24 at Birmingham-Southern* L, 0-2 10/30 at High Point* L, 0-1 11/2 Erskine W, 6-0 11/3 vs. Birmingham-Southern $ L, 1-3 * - Big South Conference match & - Big South Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Big South Tournament (High Point, N.C.)

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

2006 Record: 13-6-1 (6-2) Coach: Rohan Naraine 8/25 West Georgia W, 5-1 8/27 at George Mason L, 1-4 9/2 vs. Appalachian State & W, 2-1 9/4 vs. Wofford & T, 2-2 (2ot) 9/7 at Elon L, 0-2 9/11 at Campbell W, 2-0 9/15 at Birmingham-Southern* W, 3-1 9/17 at Alabama A&M W, 3-1 9/24 Liberty* W, 2-1 (ot) 9/26 at The Citadel W, 2-0 10/4 Winthrop* L, 2-4 10/8 VMI* W, 2-0 10/14 at Radford* W, 2-1 10/16 Longwood W, 2-1 10/18 at Charleston Southern* L, 0-2 10/21 UNC Asheville* W, 1-0 10/24 at Francis Marion L, 1-2 10/28 at High Point* W, 4-3 11/2 Radford $ W, 4-0 11/3 Liberty $ L, 0-3 * - Big South Conference match & - Big South Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

2008 Record: 13-7-1 (6-2-1) Coach: Rohan Naraine 8/22 at UNC Greensboro L, 2-3 (2ot) 8/24 at Duke L, 0-9 8/29 at Furman & L, 0-2 8/31 vs. Wofford & W, 2-0 9/14 at The Citadel W, 4-1 9/19 vs. Austin Peay W, 4-1 9/21 at East Carolina W, 2-1 9/24 at Presbyterian* W, 2-0 9/27 Gardner-Webb* W, 2-1 10/3 Liberty* W, 3-2 10/7 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10/11 at Radford* W, 1-0 10/14 Charleston Southern* L, 1-4 10/17 Winthrop* L, 0-1 10/24 VMI* W, 1-0 10/27 at Francis Marion L, 0-1 (ot) 10/30 USC Upstate W, 5-0 11/1 at High Point* T, 2-2 (2ot) 11/6 Gardner-Webb $ W, 3-0 11/7 High Point $ W, 1-0 11/8 Radford $ L, 1-2 * - Big South Conference match & - Furman Tournament (Greenville, S.C.) $ - Big South Tournament (High Point, N.C.)

Coastal Carolina Year-by-Year Results Home 4-4-1 3-5-1 5-2-2 5-1-1 5-2-1 7-2-0 6-2-0 4-2-0 5-1-0 44-21-6

Road 1-3-2 1-6-1 2-3-2 4-7-1 0-7-1 5-3-0 6-4-0 8-3-0 5-5-1 32-41-8

Neutral 0-0-1 0-0-2 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 1-0-1 3-0-2 3-1-0 12-5-6

Goals For 28 24 31 42 29 52 40 36 39 321

Goals Against 29 33 26 22 31 30 29 22 32 254

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Tradition of Excellence

COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY ’S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CONTINUED ITS TRADITION OF ATHLETIC AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AMONG ITS STUDENT-ATHLETES. IN 2008-09, COASTAL CAROLINA ATHLETICS: ♦ Captured the Women’s All-Sport Trophy for the fifth time in six years of existence. ♦ Six Big South Team Championships (Baseball, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Indoor Track and Field, Women’s Outdoor Track and Field) ♦ Three NCAA Teams (Baseball, Men’s Golf and Women’s Golf) ♦ Six Big South Athletes of the Year (Women’s Soccer, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Women’s Outdoor Track and Field, Baseball (Player and Pitcher)) ♦ Two NCAA Individual Participants (Men’s Outdoor Track and Field and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field) ♦ Five Big South Coaches of the Year (Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Indoor Track and Field, Men’s Golf, Women’s Outdoor Track and Field, Baseball) ♦ One Big South Freshman of the Year (Women’s Cross Country) ♦ Five Big South Scholar-Athletes of the Year (Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Women’s Indoor Track and Field, Women’s Outdoor Track and Field, Men’s Golf) ♦ Big South Men’s Golf Medalist, Women’s Golf Medalist, Baseball Tournament MVP and 14 Individual Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Champions. ♦ 90 All-Conference selections ♦ Three CoSIDA Academic All-America winners – Ashleigh Gunning (Second Team - Women’s Soccer), Emily McColl (Third Team - Women’s Soccer) and Marcie Veitch (Third Team Women’s Track and Field) ♦ Seven CoSIDA Academic All-District award winners. ♦ Overall student-athlete cumulative grade point average of 2.983, as compared to 2.922 for the general degree-seeking students. ♦ Cumulative grade point average of all women’s teams is 3.241, compared to a 3.045 of female degree-seeking students. ♦ Women’s track and field’s Marcie Veitch won the Big South’s Christenberry Award for the top graduating female student-athlete, completing her biology degree with a perfect 4.0 GPA. ♦ The men’s golf squad won its sixth consecutive Big South title, including all five golfers earning All-Big South honors, the first time that has happened in League history. ♦ The women’s golf team picked up its third conference crown in school history and made its second appearance in the NCAA Regionals, posting the second-best women’s golf team finish in conference annals. ♦ The women's cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field squads won the League's "Triple Crown" taking home all three league titles in the same year, the third time they have accomplished that feat. ♦ Men’s track and field’s Jacques Watson qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the high jump for the second straight year, clearing 7’ 3 1/2” to continue to raise his Big South record. ♦ Women’s track and field’s Ikeiylah Brown also qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 200 meters, her first appearance in the postseason event.

♦ The baseball team posted 47 wins and earned its third straight Big South Tournament title, advancing to the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional as the No. 2 seed. ♦ Baseball's David Anderson and Cody Wheeler were named Second and Third Team All-Americans, respectively, by Collegiate 2009 Big South Women’s Golf Champion Chanticleers Baseball, while Anthony Meo, Taylor Motter and Daniel Bowman were namedd FFreshman All-Americans B h All A i bby the h publication. Nick McCully joined Wheeler and Anderson on the Third Team Ping! Baseball All-America squad, while Meo also picked up Second Team Freshman All-American from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association and Baseball America. ♦ Men’s golfer Zack Byrd was named Third Team All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America and Golfweek. ♦ Women’s soccer won its second straight Big South regular season title and advanced to the Big South title game. ♦ Volleyball shared the regular season crown for the first time in more than 10 years. ♦ Baseball Head Coach Gary Gilmore recorded his 800th career win on May 14, 2009, in a 9-1 win over Charleston Southern.

NINE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE SASSER CUPS 1987-88, 1988-89 1989-90, 1990-91, 2000-01, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07

82 BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

FOOTBALL (3) -- 2004, 2005, 2006 MEN’S SOCCER (9) -- 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 VOLLEYBALL (2) -- 1996, 1998 MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (3) -- 1993, 1995, 1996 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (12) -- 1988, 1989, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008 MEN’S BASKETBALL (3) -- 1990, 1991, 1993 WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD (5) -- 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 MEN’S GOLF (12) -- 1988, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 WOMEN’S GOLF (4) -- 1992, 1998, 2005, 2009 MEN’S TENNIS (4) -- 1988, 1989, 1993, 1994 WOMEN’S TENNIS (2) -- 2001, 2007 MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD (2) -- 2003, 2006 WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD (5) -- 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 BASEBALL (11) -- 1986, 1989, 1991, 1992, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009 SOFTBALL (5) -- 1992, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006

71 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL)

Jacques Watson qualified for the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, his second straight year to advance to the championships.

FOOTBALL (1) -- 2006 MEN’S SOCCER (7) -- 1993, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 VOLLEYBALL (2) -- 1996, 1998 MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (2) -- 2002, 2003 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (7) -- 1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 MEN’S BASKETBALL (2) -- 1991, 1993 WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD (6) -- 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007 MEN’S GOLF (10) -- 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 WOMEN’S GOLF (4) -- 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 WOMEN’S TENNIS (2) -- 2001, 2007 MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD (6) -- 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD (9) -- 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009 BASEBALL (9) -- 1991, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 SOFTBALL (4) -- 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006

SCHOOLS COASTAL CAROLINA HAS DEFEATED SINCE 2000 Clemson • South Carolina • North Carolina • North Carolina State • Penn State • Georgia Tech • Hawai’i • UCLA • Wake Forest • Louisville • Duke • Virginia • Purdue • Kentucky • Arkansas • Hofstra • Florida Atlantic • East Carolina • Ohio State • St. John’s • California • Iowa State • Washington State • Illinois • Virginia Tech • Syracuse • Texas Tech • South Florida • Oregon • Alabama • Oregon State • Davidson • Bradley • Temple • Boston College • Ball State • Seton Hall • Evansville • George Mason • Louisiana-Lafayette • UNLV • Pittsburgh • West Virginia • Kent State • Minnesota • Memphis • Connecticut • Nebraska • Michigan • Maryland • Marshall • Toledo • Tennessee • Kansas • Michigan State • Creighton

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

Coastal Carolina University The University Coastal Carolina University is a dynamic, public, comprehensive liberal arts institution located in Conway, just minutes from Myrtle Beach, S.C. The University offers baccalaureate programs to nearly 8,300 students in 41 fields of study including acclaimed programs in marine science, resort tourism and professional golf management. Graduate programs include an MBA as well as master’s degrees in education and coastal marine and wetland studies. The University prides itself on the interaction of students and faculty in the classroom, through internships and hands-on research. The combined expertise of faculty ranges from emerging market economics to global positioning systems, bottlenosed dolphins and the history of rock ‘n’ roll. There are more than 300 full-time faculty members, 82 percent of whom have doctoral or terminal degrees.

The Campus The campus comprises 53 main buildings on 307 acres including the Burroughs & Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies and the Coastal Science Center, located on the East Campus at the Atlantic Center on U.S. 501. The University also offers courses at the Waccamaw Center for Higher Education in Litchfield, and in Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Georgetown. Waties Island, 1,062 acres of pristine barrier island on the Atlantic coast, provides a natural laboratory for extensive study in marine science and wetlands biology. Students enrolled in Coastal’s Professional Golf Management program staff Quail Creek Golf Club at Coastal Carolina University, a public 18-hole golf facility located adjacent to the campus. Academic Programs Coastal Carolina University offers baccalaureate degree programs in 41 major fields of study and 37 undergraduate minors. The University also offers six master’s degree programs in education, instructional technology, and coastal marine and wetland studies. Coastal’s growing array of international programs take students to places such as Australia, Costa Rica, Cuba, England, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Germany, India, Japan and Russia. Coastal Carolina University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the baccalaureate and master’s degrees. The E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The Spadoni College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the South Carolina State Board of Education. Coastal Carolina University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The Department of Computer Science is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Founded: 1954 (In 1993, the South Carolina Legislature established Coastal Carolina University as an independent, public institution, ending a more than 30-year affiliation with the University of South Carolina.) Student Profile Enrollment Approximately 8,154 students South Carolina residents: 54 percent Out-of-state residents: 45 percent from 44 states International students: 1 percent from 33 countries Male students: 46 percent Female students: 54 percent Average SAT score for first-time freshmen: 1,030

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Faculty Full-time faculty members: 323 Faculty members with doctoral or terminal degrees: 80 percent Student to faculty ratio: 18:1 Finances Tuition for 2009-2010 In-state: $4,475 per semester; Out-of-state: $9,385 per semester Residence Halls $3,600 per semester includes meal plans, student health services and Internet access.

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Myrtle Beach, S.C.

The City of Myrtle Beach is in the center of the Grand Strand, a 60-mile crescent of beach on the South Carolina coast. In the last 25 years, Myrtle Beach has developed into the premier resort destination on the East Coast. Our 25,000 permanent residents welcome millions of visitors each year to this full-service resort community. Guests come to enjoy the wide beaches, the Atlantic Ocean, and an incredible range of activities and entertainment. Myrtle Beach was incorporated as a town in 1938 and became a city in 1957. Its name comes from the wax myrtle, a shrub that grows abundantly in the area. History records that a party of Spaniards from Hispaniola landed about 50 miles north of present-day Myrtle Beach in 1526 and eventually established the first European settlement in the U.S. about 30 miles to the south. The settlement, San Miguel de Cauldape, was abandoned

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the following year, though, and the group returned to Hispaniola. In the next three centuries, the region’s population slowly grew. Landowners gradually developed large plantations in the area, with rice as the principal crop. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, people began to “vacation” here, although it was quite rustic. Houses and camps were sparse, and there were few permanent residents at the turn of the century. But, drawn by the ocean, sand and trees, people began to call Myrtle Beach “home” as the 1900s progressed. Today, Myrtle Beach is a well known destination for vacationers from around the country, Canada and abroad. According to the 2000 Census, the city is at the center of the 13th fastest growing metropolitan area in the U.S. It is also one of the golf capitals of the world, boasting over 100 golf courses within a 40-mile radius.

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David A. DeCenzo

David A. DeCenzo became the second president of Coastal Carolina University on May 7, 2007. DeCenzo joined Coastal Carolina’s administration in 2002 when he was named dean of the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration. He was named provost and senior vice president of academic administration in May 2006. Before joining the Coastal Carolina University faculty, DeCenzo served as director of partnership development in the College of Business and Economics at Towson University in Maryland from 1999 to 2002. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland College Park and a master’s degree and Ph.D. from West Virginia University. An experienced industry consultant, DeCenzo has served a wide variety of clients including Citicorp Global Technology, Moen Inc., Motorola and others. His major academic interests are in human resource management, management and organizational behavior. He is the author of textbooks that are used widely at colleges and universities throughout the United States and the world. He serves on the board of directors of the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Center, and he served a two-year term on the Conway Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors. As dean of Coastal Carolina’s Wall College, DeCenzo led the move to establish a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. He also helped create the Wall Center of Excellence, designed to enhance and reinforce business students’ skills through experiential learning. As provost, he instituted Centers for Excellence to support student internships, research and travel in President David DeCenzo (far right) accepts the Sasser Cup each of the university’s four colleges. and Women’s All-Sports Trophy for Coastal Carolina for the DeCenzo and his wife, Terri, have four children. 2006-07 year along with (left to right) CCU Athletic Director Warren Koegel, former Associate AD/Senior Woman Administrator Gina Markland and retired professor and NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative Linda Vereen.

U NIVERSITY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Coastal Carolina University Mission Statement Original approved by the Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees on April 18, 1997 Update adopted by the Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees on December 14, 2007

David A. DeCenzo President

Edgar Dyer Executive Vice President

Will Garland Senior VP of Finance and Administration

Robert Sheehan Senior VP of Academic and Student Affairs

Mary Eaddy Interim Vice PresidentUniversity Communication

Judy Vogt Vice PresidentEnrollment Services

Jim Adams Vice PresidentUniversity Advancement

Debbie Conner Associate Vice President University Relations

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Coastal Carolina University is a public comprehensive liberal arts institution that seeks to develop students who are both knowledgeable in their chosen fields and prepared to be productive, responsible, healthy citizens with a global perspective. To deliver on this commitment, Coastal Carolina recruits highly qualified and motivated students, faculty, and staff from the region, state, nation, and world to create a diverse and dynamic student-centered learning environment. Because Coastal Carolina embraces the teacher-scholar model, it places primary emphasis on high quality teaching and engaged learning, and it supports faculty research, creative activities, and expert collaboration in the community, state, nation, and world. This focus enables faculty and staff to mentor students in collaborative research, creative opportunities, and internships. To nurture this active learning community, Coastal Carolina maintains a broad range of contemporary technologies, programming, support services, and innovative course offerings and delivery methods. The result is alumni who are well prepared for professional careers or graduate programs in their chosen fields and who continue to be connected to Coastal Carolina. Inspired by its founding in 1954 to serve the educational needs of the immediate area, Coastal Carolina has grown with the region to become a mid-sized regional comprehensive university with a tradition of a strong liberal arts core. As such, Coastal Carolina commits its resources to maintaining a population of 8,000 – 12,000 students by building baccalaureate and selective master’s programs of national and/or regional significance in the arts and sciences, business, humanities, education, and health and human services. Coastal Carolina fully embraces its leadership role as a regional center of economic and intellectual resources, lifelong learning, cultural and recreational opportunities, and athletic programs. As Coastal Carolina executes this mission, it recognizes its responsibility to be a role model to the community and to the professions by assuring fair and honest treatment of people with whom it interacts and sustainable stewardship of resources entrusted to it, adopting the highest standards of integrity and accountability, and committing itself to excellence through continuous self-improvement.

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Athletic Department

Warren D. “Moose” Koegel is completing his ninth year as the Director of Athletics at Coastal Carolina University. Koegel, the Chanticleers’ fifth Athletic Director since 1986, was appointed on October 6, 2000. In Koegel’s years at the helm of the Coastal Carolina Athletic Department, the Chanticleers have flourished both on and off the fields of play. In his tenure to date, Coastal Carolina has been represented in NCAA Championships in men’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, women’s tennis, men’s golf, women’s golf, softball, baseball, women’s indoor track and field, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. The Chanticleers also have won the prestigious George F. “Buddy”Sasser Cup five times, including their fourth consecutive award in 2006-07, awarded annually to the top athletic department in the Big South Conference. In addition to the work in their sport, Coastal Carolina’s almost 400 student-athletes combined for almost a 3.0 grade point average during the 2007-08 academic year. For his efforts, Koegel was named the 2008 NACDA Southeast Region Division I FCS Athletic Director of the Year. Coastal Carolina’s 17 current NCAA Division I sports continue to flourish, including the most recent addition to the Chanticleers’ athletic department — football. Football, which kicked off with the 2003 season and won its first Big South championship in 2004 in just its second year of play, competes at the NCAA Division I-Football Championship Subdivision level. Coastal Carolina completed construction on a 6,408-seat state-of-the-art stadium in 2003, which expanded by almost 1,000 seats for the 2006 season. A new athletic facility which will house the football program, as well as other parts of the department, is also slated for the near future. The new athletic facility will include an expanded weight room, training room, team meeting rooms, locker rooms for football, offices for all football coaches and staff, and several conference rooms. The facility will also become the new home for the Coastal Carolina University Buddy Sasser Athletic Hall of Fame. Koegel came to Coastal Carolina from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he had served as an associate athletic director from 1998-2000. At Chattanooga, Koegel helped manage a $5.2 million budget for 16 NCAA Division I sports. His other administrative responsibilities included business operations, athletic scholarships, marketing and serving as the liaison to the coaching staff. He also served on the steering committee for the NCAA I-AA National Championship Football Game. Prior to his stint at Chattanooga, he had served on the football coaching staffs at the University of Connecticut, Rutgers University and the University of Wyoming. During his tenure on the football coaching staff at the University of Connecticut from 1992 to 1997, he was recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach as well as interim head coach in 1993. Koegel was an assistant football coach at Rutgers University from 1984 to 1990 and Wyoming University from 1977 to 1983. Koegel played in the National Football League from 1971 to 1976, spending time with the Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Cardinals and New York Jets. He starred at Penn State University under legendary football coach Joe Paterno. He was co-captain of the Nittany Lions his senior season and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1971. During his college career, he was a Third Team All-American as a senior and played on two Orange Bowl champion teams. He also played in the Hula Bowl, East-West Shrine Game and the College All-State Game. Koegel received Penn State’s Dedicated Player and Outstanding Senior Awards. Koegel and his wife Elaine have one daughter, Kathryn.

COASTAL CAROLINA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF

Elizabeth Appenzeller Cheer Coach

Lauren Barker Business Manager

Kristen Bauer Women’s Volleyball Coach

AraLeigh Beam Assistant Compliance Director

Dwayne Beam Head Athletic Trainer

David Bennett Football Coach

Alan Connie Women’s XC & Track & Field Coach

Stella Cooper Special Projects Coordinator

Jim Curry Compliance Director

Jess Dannelly Associate A.D.Community Outreach

Jody Davis Women’s Tennis Coach

Shaun Docking Men’s Soccer Coach

Cliff Ellis Men’s Basketball Coach

Ken Faircloth Ticket Manager

Heather Fons Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brian Gabriel Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Gary Gilmore Baseball Coach

Walter Goffigan Student-Athlete Support Services

Kelley Green Softball Coach

Bruce Gregory Senior Associate A.D.Internal Operations

Jeff Jacobs Men’s XC & Track & Field Coach

Kayla Johnson Business Assistant

Alan LeForce Women’s Basketball Coach

Jon Lenze Assistant Athletic Trainer

Barry Lippman Assistant Athletic Trainer

Linda Lyerly Associate A.D/ Finance

John Martin Assistant A.D.Media Relations

Joe Mazurkiewicz Associate A.D.Academics

Rohan Naraine Women’s Soccer Coach

Bryan Paar Event Operations Coordinator

Jeff Pounds Associate Athletic Trainer

Chris Powers Men’s Tennis Coach

Katie Quinney Women’s Golf Coach

Kent Reichert Associate DirectorMedia Relations

Cari Rosiek Associate A.D./ SWA

Alex Souza Assistant Event Ops. Coordinator

Jennifer Spindler Assistant Athletic Trainer

Allen Terrell Director of Golf/ Men’s Golf Coach

Melissa Todd Administrative Assistant

Sonya Woods Asst. Strength Coach

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Athletic Facilities Brooks Stadium

The newest addition to the Coastal Carolina athletic landscape, Brooks Stadium has ranked among the top 15 in the nation in its six years in attendance based on capacity.

Watson Stadium/ Vrooman Field

Coastal Carolina Softball Field

Coastal Carolina Track & Field

The Chanticleer softball program has won over 70 percent of its home contests at the home field, recently renovated with a brick, padded backstop, new backstop netting, permanent chairback seating and inning-by-inning scoreboard. The facility is among the finest on the East Coast and is the home of numerous events during the year.

TPC of Myrtle Beach

TPC is the home course of the nationallyrecognized men’s golf program and host to the annual General Hackler Championship.

Home to the nationally-ranked baseball program, Watson Stadium/ Vrooman Field hosted the 2008 NCAA Conway Regional and has seen the three-time defending Big South Champion Chanticleers win more than 75 percent of their games in the stadium in recent years.

Kimbel Arena

Coastal Carolina Soccer Field

The men’s and women’s soccer squads call Coastal Carolina Soccer Field home as the facility has hosted a first-round NCAA Regional game in recent history, as well as being the home field for two of the top soccer programs in the Big South Conference.

World Tour Golf Links Kimbel Arena is home to the volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball programs, with an intimate setting providing a solid home-court advantage for the Chanticleers.

Billy Nichols Tennis Center & Joseph Holliday Courts

The center gives Coastal Carolina’s men’s and women’s tennis programs a first-class home advantage. The facility includes six courts and seating for fans.

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The 2009 Big South Champion women’s golf program counts World Tour Golf Links among its home courses in the Myrtle Beach area, utilizing the unique course design mimicking some of the greatest holes in golf to its advantage.

Athletic Training Room

Located within Kimbel Arena, the facility houses rehab and treatment equipment for the Chanticleer student-athletes.

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2009 Coastal Carolina University Women’s Soccer

THE NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER

What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?

The NCAA Eligibility Center will certify the academic and amateur credentials of all college-bound student-athletes who wish to compete in NCAA Division I or II athletics. If you intend to participate in Division I or II athletics, you must register with and be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center.

How do I register with the Eligibility Center?

The only method of registration is online. Please note that the Web address for the Eligibility Center was changed in the summer of 2009. Go online to www.eligibilitycenter.org. Register as a U.S. or international student and complete the Student Release Form online. Then follow instructions to complete the registration process. You will be asked to include your credit or debit card information to pay the fee at the time of registration. The registration fee is $60 for domestic and $85 for international students. Students should register with the Eligibility Center at the beginning of their junior year in high school.

What information does the Eligibility Center need to certify me?

In order to receive a final certification decision from the NCAA Eligibility Center, you must: 1) Register online and pay the registration fee. 2) Send official transcripts from every high school you attended to the Eligibility Center. Faxed transcripts are no acceptable. 3) Request the appropriate testing agency (SAT/ACT) to send your official test scores to the Eligibility Center using code 9999. Test scores on your high school transcript will not be used. 4) Submit your final high school transcript with proof of graduation to the Eligibility Center. 5) Complete the Amateurism Questionnaire AND request final amateurism certification.

What is the 16 Core Course Requirement?

If you want to participate in Division I athletics or receive an athletics scholarship during your first year out of high school, you must satisfy the 16 core course requirement. Remember that not all classes you take to meet high school graduation requirements may be used as core courses. These 16 core courses must be included on your high school’s list of approved core courses which can be found on the Eligibility Center Web site or by asking your guidance counselor. The minimum approved core course requirements are: • 4 years of English. • 3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher). • 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab if offered by high school). • 1 year of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science. • 2 years of social science. • 4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or non-doctrinal religion/philosophy).

NCAA Compliance TELEPHONE CALLS & CONTACTS

Who can call me on the telephone? When? How often?

Only coaches and authorized institutional staff members may call prospects, and rules regarding telephone calls do vary by sport. In sports other than football and basketball, coaches may begin to call you once per week starting July 1st following your junior year. In football, coaches may call you one time from April 15 – May 31 during your junior year. Coaches may then start calling you once per week after September 1 of your senior year. In men’s basketball, coaches are permitted one call per month beginning June 15 before your junior year through July 31 after your junior year. Beginning August 1 after your junior year, coaches may call twice per week. In women’s basketball, coaches are permitted to call once per month in April, May and from June 1-20 during your junior year, as well as once between June 21 – 30, and three times in July after your junior year. Beginning August 1 after your junior year, coaches can make one call per week.

Can I call a coach? When? How often?

Yes. You can make an unlimited number of calls to a coach at your own expense at any time. Remember though that a coach may not be able to call you back if you leave a message if it is not a permissible call period explained above based on your grade level, or if the coach has reached the maximum number of permissible calls for that time period.

Who can have an in-person, off-campus contact with me? When? How often?

Only coaches can have in-person, off-campus contact with a prospect, and similar to telephone calls, the rules regarding contacts do vary by sport. In sports other than football and basketball, it is permissible to make an in-person, off-campus recruiting contact starting July 1 following your junior year, limited to three per year. Football is permitted off-campus contact beginning July 1 of your senior year and is limited to six contacts during a contact period. Men’s basketball is permitted to make an in-person, off-campus recruiting contact starting September 9 of your senior year, limited to three contacts during the prospect’s senior year. Women’s basketball is permitted to do so starting September 16 of your senior year, limited to three contacts during the prospect’s senior year.

When are coaches allowed to have unlimited calls to me?

During the five days immediately prior to, and during, your official visit to that University; on the day of a permissible, in-person, off-campus contact that occurs between you and a coach; after the calendar day on which you sign a National Letter of Intent (NLI); and in all sports other than football, on the initial NLI signing date and during the two days immediately following the initial signing date. In football, coaches are permitted to make unlimited calls during the 48 hours before and after 7 a.m. on the initial NLI signing date.

CORRESPONDENCE AND RECRUITING MATERIALS

From whom can I receive letters? Beginning when?

Coaches can begin sending you recruiting materials, such as letters and e-mails, beginning September 1 of your junior year. In men’s basketball, you may begin receiving recruiting materials June 15 after your sophomore year.

How do I have my test scores sent to the Eligibility Center?

What can a university send me?

RECRUITING REGULATIONS

Can they send me anything prior to my junior year?

All SAT and ACT scores must be reported to the Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency. Test scores will not be accepted if reported on a high school transcript. When registering for the SAT or ACT, input the Eligibility Center code of 9999 to make sure the score is reported directly to the Eligibility Center. You may also log on to the SAT or ACT web site and request your scores to be sent to the Eligibility Center.

When do I become a prospective student-athlete?

Typically when you start ninth-grade. However, if a college gives you, your relatives or your friends any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide to students generally, then you become a prospective student-athlete before your ninth-grade year.

When is a college considered to be recruiting me?

Recruiting is considered to have occurred when a coach, institutional staff member or representative of the institution’s athletics interests solicits a prospect (or a prospect’s relatives or legal guardians) for the purpose of securing that student’s enrollment and participation in athletics at their institution.

Who can recruit me?

Only University coaches and authorized institutional staff members. Representatives of an institution’s athletics interests, such as boosters, alumni, and friends of the University, are NOT permitted to have contact with a prospective student-athletes in any way.

OFFICIAL VISITS

What is an official visit?

Any visit to a college campus by you and your parents paid for by the college. The college may pay all or some of your expenses and provide you with three complimentary admissions to a home athletics contest.

How many official visits am I allowed to take? Beginning when?

You are limited to one official visit per college and up to a maximum of five official visits total to Divisions I and II colleges. These visits may be taken following the opening day of classes during your senior year of high school.

General correspondence (such as letters and e-mails), questionnaires, media guides, camp brochures, business cards, institutional note cards or postcards, pre-enrollment information subsequent to signing a National Letter of Intent, nonathletics institutional publications, and NCAA educational material published by the NCAA may all be mailed to a prospect. Game programs, however, cannot be mailed to a prospect but may be provided during an official or unofficial visit.

Yes, but only questionnaires, summer camp brochures, non-athletics institutional publications, and NCAA educational material published by the NCAA.

SUMMER JOBS

Can a university I will be attending help me get a summer job? Beginning when?

Yes, an institution may arrange for employment opportunities provided the employment does not begin until after graduation from high school.

Are there payment regulations for summer employment?

Yes, compensation may only be paid for work actually performed and at a rate comparable with the going rate in that locality for similar services. It is preferred that payment is received by check or direct deposit, as opposed to a cash transaction.

Can I accept transportation from my employer?

Free transportation to and from a job may not be provided unless it is the employer’s established policy to transport all employees to and from the job site.

ANY QUESTIONS?

If you should have any further questions, please contact a member of Coastal Carolina University’s Athletic Compliance Office. You can also gain further information through the NCAA’s Web site at www.ncaa.org and the Web site for the NCAA Eligibility Center, located at www.eligibilitycenter.org.

What must the school have from me before I take an official visit?

Before a college may invite you on an official visit, you will have to register with the Eligibility Center and provide the college with a copy of your high school transcript and SAT, ACT or PLAN score.

UNOFFICIAL VISITS

What is an unofficial visit?

Any visit by you and your parents to a college campus paid for by you or your parents. The only expense you may receive from the college is three complimentary admissions to a home athletics contest.

How many unofficial visits am I allowed to take? Beginning when?

You may make as many unofficial visits as you like and may take those visits at any time. The only time you cannot talk with a coach during an unofficial visit is during a dead period.

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Jim Curry Director of Compliance 843-349-2976 / jcurry@coastal.edu

AraLeigh Beam Asst. Director of Compliance 843-349-2029 / abeam@coastal.edu

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Athletic Media Relations COASTAL CAROLINA ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Asst. A.D.-Media Relations............................................. John A. Martin Office Phone ....................................................................843-349-2822 E-mail .................................................................jamartin@coastal.edu Associate Media Relations Director ............................. Kent Reichert Office Phone ....................................................................843-349-2840 E-mail ..................................................................kreicher@coastal.edu Media Relations Assistant.............................................Deandra Danch Office Phone: ....................................................................843-349-6467 E-mail ....................................................................ddanch@coastal.edu

John Martin

Kent Reichert

Media Relations Assistant................................................Teresa Garbee Office Phone:.........................................................................843-349-2848 E-mail ................................................................... tgarbee@coastal.edu Student Assistants......... Katie McClure, Phil Johnson, Terrel Curry, ......................... Kate Dowling, Lindsay Chavez, Samantha Zeisler, Samantha Mann, Janelle Setzer, Lauren Haller, Tanner Massey Office fax................................................................................843-349-2819 Address: .......................... Coastal Carolina Athletic Media Relations ..........................................................................................P.O. Box 261954 ......................... (Overnight Address: 132 Chanticleer Drive West) .....................................................................................Conway, SC 29528

Deandra Danch

Teresa Garbee

TO GET COASTAL CAROLINA WOMEN’S SOCCER INFORMATION Contact the Media Relations Office or the Internet at

www.GoCCUsports.com MEDIA INFORMATION Interviews: Interviews with Coastal Carolina University coaches and players must be arranged through the athletic media relations office and will be scheduled before or after practices. No interviews will be allowed with players on gameday unless permission is received from the coaching staff through the athletic media relations office. After all home events, Coastal Carolina players and coaches will be available in the interview room following a brief cooling off period. A member of the Coastal Carolina athletic media relations staff will contact all media representatives at the events for interview requests. Under no circumstances will student-athlete phone numbers be given out.

DIRECTIONS TO COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

By Air: Arriving at Myrtle Beach Airport, enter the on-ramp for U.S. 17 North (entering to the right). Stay in the right lane and exit for U.S. 501 North (to Conway). Follow the directions below for U.S. 17 the remainder of the way. From I-95: From the South, take S.C. 327 exit to U.S. 76/301 Turn left onto U.S. 76/301. This will become S.C. 576 and then U.S. 501. After passing through Conway, turn right at the second stop light (approximately two miles) into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. You are now on College Road. Kimbel Arena (basketball/volleyball), Charles L. Watson Baseball Stadium and Brooks Stadium are visible on the right from University Boulevard. To get to the Softball Field or the Track & Field Complex, turn right onto Chanticleer Drive West after passing Kimbel Arena but before getting to the Baseball Stadium. From the North, take the “South of the Border” exit (IMPOSSIBLE to miss). Follow signs to Myrtle Beach and this will lead you to U.S. 501. Then follow the directions above. From U.S. 17: Follow U.S. 17 Bypass to U.S. 501 (Conway exit). At this point, you are approximately eight miles from campus. You will pass the stoplight at Conway Hospital and then pass a Food Lion shopping center (on left). Just after passing Horry-Georgetown Technical College (on left), take the next left into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. See directions above to find athletic facilities.

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MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS The Sun News 914 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-444-1767 Fax: 843-626-0356 Web: www.thesunnews.com Josh Hoke, Beat Writer Email: jhoke@thesunnews.com Shane Bowen, Sports Editor E-mail: sbowen@thesunnews.com The Chanticleer P.O. Box 261954 Conway, SC 29528 Phone: 843-349-2330 Fax: 843-349-2743 E-mail: chanticleer@coastal.edu The State P.O. Box 1333 Columbia, SC 29202 Phone: 803-771-8415 Fax: 803-771-8613 Web:www.thestate.com Email: state@thestate.com Myrtle Beach Herald 2501 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-626-3131 Fax: 843-448-4860 Email: mbherald@aol.com The Horry Independent 2510 North Main Street Conway, SC 29526 Phone: 843-248-6882 Fax: 843-248-6024 Email: horry80@aol.com TELEVISION WPDE-TV (15-ABC) 3215 South Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501 Phone: 843-665-1515 Fax: 843-665-4907 Web:www.wpde.com Rich Chrampanis, Sports Director Mark Haggard, Sports Reporter Email: 15sports@wpde.com WBTW-TV (13-CBS) 101 McDonald Court Myrtle Beach, SC 29588 Phone: 843-294-8402 Fax: 843-293-1760 Web:www.wbtw.com Matt Lincoln, Sports Director Email: mlincoln@wbtw.com WMBF-TV (10-NBC) 918 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 Phone: 843-839-9623 Fax: 843-839-9625 Web:www.wmbfnews.com Justin Felder, Sports Anchor Email: jfelder@wmbfnews.com WIRE SERVICES Associated Press (Columbia) P.O. Box 101101 Columbia, SC 29211 Phone: 800-922-1565 Fax: 803-252-2913 Web:www.ap.org Pete Iacobelli, Sports Email: piacobelli@ap.org; apcolumbia@ap.org PA-Sports Ticker 55 Realty Drive, Suite 200 Cheshire, Ct 06410 Phone: 800-367-8935 Fax: 800-336-0383

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2009 Seniors

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2009 Coastal Carolina Women's Soccer Media Guide

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