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Opponent at Michigan (Exhibition) OAKLAND (Exhibition) BUFFALO (Exhibition) KENT STATE at Bowling Green at IUPUI at Eastern Illinois

Location Time Ann Arbor, Mich. 3:00 p.m. Krenzler Field 3:00 p.m. Krenzler Field 2:00 p.m. Krenzler Field 7:00 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio 1:00 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind. 5:30 p.m. Charleston, Ill. 2:00 p.m.

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at Canisius AKRON at Ohio LONGWOOD at Loyola * at Duquesne VALPARAISO *

Buffalo, N.Y. Krenzler Field Athens, Ohio Krenzler Field Chicago, Ill. Pittsburgh, Pa. Krenzler Field

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GREEN BAY * FRANCIS MARION at Youngstown State * at Detroit * WRIGHT STATE * at Milwaukee

Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Youngstown, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Krenzler Field Milwaukee, Wis.

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2012 Horizon League Championship First Round

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Semifinals Championship

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Cleveland State W omen ’ s soccer

g u ide contents

Schedule..............IFC

Season Preview. .... 2-3

Player Bios.............. 4-19

Head Coach Derrek Falor......20-21

Assistant Coaches.........22

Krenzler Field.................. 23

Horizon League Schedule....24

2011 Horizon League. .......... 25

2011 Stats/Results................ 26

Letterwinners.......................... 27

All-Time Results. .......................28

Series Records. .............................29

History & Records..................... 30-32

Awards & Honors......................... IBC

quic k facts Program History

First Year.............................2004 Affiliation........ NCAA Division I Conference...........Horizon League Nickname.............................. Vikings School Colors.............. Green & White

Coaching Staff

Head Coach.......................... Derrek Falor Alma Mater........Western Washington ‘92 Years at CSU.................................... 9th year Assistant Coaches..................... Dallas Boyer ..................................................Eric Lapsansky Soccer Office Phone...................(216) 687-4802

Cleveland State

Location........................................Cleveland, Ohio Founded................................Cleveland State 1964 Fenn College 1929 Enrollment..........................................................17,323 President................................Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Athletics Director..........................................John Parry Sports Information Director.................... Greg Murphy

Credits The 2012 Cleveland State Women’s Soccer Media Guide was written and designed by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director. Edited by Renee Adam, Assistant Sports Information Director. Photography by Brian Hart and Bill Reiter. Cleveland State University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran status, and to equal access in education and employment. Cleveland State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from minorities and women, persons with handicaps or disabilities, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans.

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Taylor Vidovic led the team with seven goals and 15 points last season.

2012 Season Preview As the Cleveland State women’s soccer team prepares to start the 2012 season, the Vikings find themselves in an exciting position of blending a talented group of upperclassmen with a large rookie class. Entering his ninth season at CSU, head coach Derrek Falor returns 14 letterwinners from a team that won a school-record 10 matches and finished fourth in the Horizon League. Joining the returnees are 14 fresh faces in what is widely regarded as one of the best recruiting classes in program history. Falor is hopeful that the blending of old and new talent will bring a renewed energy to the team and enough depth off the bench to push the Vikings up the league ledger. GOALKEEPER Freshman Sarah Wood, who was injured in the second game last season and missed the remainder of the season, returns as the starter this year. A tall, athletic player, she is very explosive off the line and has a commanding presence in the net. Before being injured with just under two minutes to play in the second contest last season, Wood flashed the skills that made her a two time all-league selection at Lewis & Clark H.S. A trio of freshmen, Becca Coleman, Julia Balodis and Sarah Kalain, will fight for minutes behind Wood. Falor on the Goalkeepers: “It is my belief that Sarah is a game changer as a goalkeeper. I think she is much stronger even after the injury last year because she had the chance to sit, grow and mature and it really showed in the spring.” DEFENSE The CSU defense is expected to be a strength this year as four starters and several key reserves are back from last year’s squad that allowed a school-record low 22 goals. Falor and his staff made a few changes to the defense during the spring season, moving senior Valerie Stahl to the defensive midfield and junior Frederike Dubeau and sophomore Sabrina Abram into the middle of the defense. Stahl’s move will allow her to hunker down and sit in front of the back line. She has the ability to win balls in the air and will control the middle of the field with short passes, linking and switching the ball. Dubeau and Abram are extremely physical defenders and Fa-

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lor feels confident that the duo can handle whatever opposing offenses bring at them. Sophomore Lynsay Strahorn, who tallied two goals and two assists last season, has made the move from forward to right back this year, giving the Vikings an attacking presence from the defense. She is still working to polish up her defending skills, but continually improved as the spring season wore on. Falor has several choices to plug in at left back, but several of his options are nursing injuries, meaning it could be a left back by committee situation. The positive is that he has a plethora of experienced players, including sophomore Kelcey Fischer, senior Carla Ragone and junior Sarah Zawie, to choose from. Freshmen Jen Jankowski, Allison Oathout, Erin O’Toole and Megan Zidonis will add more depth to the defense and give Falor even more options to utlilize. Zidonis has a year in the program as a redshirt last season. The duo of Jankowski and O’Toole were named to the All-Ohio squad last fall, while Oathout was a first team all-region selection in each of her final three seasons. Falor on the Defense: “I feel that we will be as good, if not better, than we were on defense last year. We have five players who are capable of starting and we can go seven deep back there and the quality of play won’t be lost at all. I think we are in a good place with the defense with the ability to mix and match some different combinations with players who can provide us with different skill sets.” MIDFIELD Replacing four-time all-league selection Natalie Daniels will be key, but Falor believes he has several quality returnees and newcomers ready to step right in and solidify the position. Senior Jamie Avona is the most experienced midfielder and will move from the middle to the right side, allowing her to utilize the open space to move forward and join the attack. Avona was third on the team with seven points last year on three goals and one assist. Sophomore Shea Levi, an All-Horizon League Newcomer team selection last season, moves into the middle, which is her more natural position. This transition will allow her to work with the ball at her feet and find second and third options in space. Falor and his staff are still a bit unsettled on the left midfield, but have several options and it could change from game to game depending on if they are looking for more offense or defense.


Season Preview Fischer, who started 16 games in the midfield last year, is an option if she is not playing back on defense. Senior Rachel Strongoli could also play on the left side. She returns to the team after a three-year hiatus when she started 16 matches in 2008. Sophomore Emily Cowan is another option after she played in eight matches her rookie season, while freshmen Brittany Koester and Lauren Mesaros, who both redshirted last season, and Chloe Fadenholz and Samantha Sarmento are also possibilities. Fadenholz was a second team all state performer at Berea H.S. last season, while Sarmento helped Sylvania Southview to the state semifinals last season en route to all-league and all-district honors. Falor on the Midfielders: “We have a lot of talent in the midfield and have been able to move some people back to their normal positions where they feel comfortable. There is a good mix of offensive minded players who can attack and create scoring opportunities, but also some players who can slide back and help defend. FORWARD Junior Taylor Vidovic returns to headline the forwards after earning second team All-Horizon League honors last year when she led the team in goals (7) and points (15). Already one of the top forwards in the league, Vidovic has become much more comfortable with the ball at her feet and will not have to solely rely on her quickness to beat opponents. Freshman Vickie Havas is the early favorite to join Vidovic up front after scoring 87 goals in her high school career. A quick athlete who can play with the ball at her feet, Falor expects Havas to have a big impact as a freshman. Junior Taylor Miller and freshmen Haleigh Shingary and Allie Sieradzki will also fight for minutes up top. Shingary scored

Valerie Stahl helped anchor the CSU defense last season, which allowed a school-record low 22 goals.

32 goals in her high school career, while Sieradzki gives the Vikings a physical forward who can finish with her head or the ball on the ground. She finished her high school career with 41 goals and 18 assists. Falor on the Forwards: “Our front line has the potential to be very dangerous this year. We have a number of players who can create and finish, something we haven’t had the last few years. The players we have up front will allow us to use some strong partnerships once they learn how to play together and off one another. I think the run of play up front has the potential to be very dangerous this season.” THE SCHEDULE The Vikings open the season with three exhibition contests, the first coming at Michigan on Aug. 7 followed by home exhibition matches against Oakland (Aug. 9) and Buffalo (Aug. 12) at Krenzler Field. The regular season opener is on Aug. 17 when CSU hosts Kent State before the Vikings hit the road for five of their next six contets. After hosting Longwood on Sept. 16, the Vikings open their seven match league slate at Loyola on Sept. 21. The Horizon League Championship starts with two first round games on Sept. 30 with the semifinals on Nov. 2 and finals on Nov. 4 at the top seed.

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2012 R O S T E R

Name Becca Coleman Sarah Wood Kelcey Fischer Samantha Sarmento Vickie Havas Carla Ragone Lauren Mesaros Valerie Stahl Taylor Miller Shea Levi Frederike Dubeau Allison Oathout Chloe Fadenholz Jaime Avona Erin O’Toole Brittney Koester Sarah Zawie Haleigh Shingary Lynsay Strahorn Emily Cowan Julia Balodis Taylor Vidovic Meghan Zidonis Rachel Strongoli Allie Sieradzki Sarah Kalain Sabrina Abram Jen Jankowski

Ht. Pos. 5-6 GK 6-0 GK 5-0 M 5-7 M 5-6 F 5-4 D 5-5 M 5-8 D 5-4 M 5-1 M 5-8 D 5-4 M 5-3 M 5-8 M 5-9 D 5-9 M 5-7 D 5-3 M 5-7 F 5-3 M 5-3 GK 5-10 F 5-6 D 5-3 D 5-10 F 5-8 GK 5-10 D 5-8 D

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

Hometown/High School Brunswick, Ohio/Brunswick Spokane, Wash./Lewis & Clark Parma, Ohio/Normandy Sylvania, Ohio/Northview Stow, Ohio/Stow North Royalton, Ohio/North Royalton Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls Everett, Wash./Everett Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown Kent, Wash./Kentlake Erie, Pa./McDowell Brookpark, Ohio/Berea Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Parma Heights, Ohio/Holy Name Sidney, Ohio/Sidney North Royalton, Ohio/North Royalton North Royalton, Ohio/Holy Name Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Belmont, Mich./Rockford Parma, Ohio/Holy Name Twinsburg, Ohio/Twinsburg Mentor, Ohio/Mentor Glenwillow, Ohio/Solon Westerville, Ohio/Westerville North Seville, Ohio/Cloverleaf Sarnia, Ontario/Northern Collegiate Medina, Ohio/Medina

Head Coach: Derrek Falor, 9th season Assistant Coaches: Dallas Boyer, 6th season; Eric Lapsansky, 2nd season

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15 JAMIE AVONA S e n i o r // M i d // B o a r d m a n , O h i o // B o a r d m a n 2011 - JUNIOR season Was the only player to start all 19 games and one of just three players to appear in all 19 contests... finished third on team with seven points, scoring three goals with one assist... scored goal in season-opening match at Kent State (8/19)... scored game-winning goal in 2-0 win at Air Force (9/11)... tallied lone goal in 2-1 setback at Green Bay (9/25)... assisted on first goal in win over Youngstown State (10/20). 2010 - Sophomore season Saw action in 16 contests, making 15 starts…had an assist in CSU’s 3-0 win over Gannon (8/27)… helped Cleveland State to a program-best nine victories, including a single season-high seven home wins…finished with three shots on goal and 10 overall. 2009 - freshman season Played in all 18 matches, earning a starting nod in 17…scored her first collegiate goal at Ohio (9/6) as the only Viking able to score…had 12 shots on goal, including a season high two in the 2-1 overtime victory at Kent State (8/28). high school Second team all-state selection as a senior at Boardman High, playing for coach Fawzi Mujahed…scored eight goals with eight assists as a senior, helping team to an 11-4-2 mark…earned first team all-league, all-county and all-district honors as both a junior and senior…four-year letterwinner in soccer…scored 41 goals with 32 assists for 114 points during her career…third team all-state pick as a junior after scoring 12 goals with eight assists for 32 points…led the squad in scoring as a sophomore, scoring 13 goals with seven assists and 33 points. personal Born March 19, 1991 in Youngstown, Ohio…daughter of Linda and James Avona…has an older brother, Tom, and an older sister, Janette…involved in Honor Roll, French National Honors Society, French Club, Science Club, Interact Club, and Medical Careers Club…speech and hearing major. AVONA’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2009 2010 2011 Total

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18 16 19 53

17 15 19 51

15 10 18 43

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Asst. Pts 0 1 1 2

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6 Carla Ragone S e n i o r // D e f // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O h i o // N o rt h R o ya lt o n 2011 - JUNIOR season Appeared in 13 matches, starting four times... key part of CSU defense which allowed schoolrecord low 22 goals... notched two assists, the first coming against Duquesne (8/21) and second on game-winning goal versus Notre Dame College (9/22). 2010 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in 14 matches while starting eight...took many of the corner kicks for Cleveland State, tallying her first career point off an assist on a corner kick in CSU’s 3-1 win over Canisius (9/5)... finished with two shots on goal and four overall. 2009 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 15 matches as a key defender in the line-up, starting five contests...tallied her only shot of the season against Robert Morris (9/18). HIGH SCHOOL Second team all-state selection as a senior at North Royalton High, playing for coach Kyle Detrich. . . earned first team all-conference honors as a senior and was a second team pick as a sophomore. . . totaled 10 goals, 14 assists for 34 points during her career. . . played on teams that went 48-17-13 during her career, winning a regional title as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born July 10, 1990 in Parma, Ohio...daughter of Christine and Pete Ragone. . . has an older sister (Tina) and younger brother (Vince). . . involved in Merit Rolt, Honor Roll and Pride in Academics. . . is interested in majoring in either pharmacy or criminology.

RAGONE’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2009 13 5 1 0 2010 14 8 4 0 2011 13 4 0 0 Total 40 17 5 0

Asst. Pts 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3

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8 V a l e r i e S ta h l S e n i o r // D e f // E v e r e t t , W a s h . // E v e r e t t 2011 - JUNIOR season Earned first team All-Ohio accolades... key component of CSU’s defense which allowed a schoolrecord low of 22 goals... tallied two goals and one assists for five points... notched game-winning goal on a free kick in 2-1 win over Duquesne (8/21)... recorded a goal and an assist in 3-2 win against Robert Morris (8/24). 2010 - Sophomore season Selected to the All-Horizon League second team after helping the Viking defense allow just 25 goals, the second lowest single season total in program history…scored the first goal of the season in CSU’s 3-1 win over Marshall (8/22)…also tallied a goal against in the 2-1 win over Loyola (10/8). 2009 - freshman season Played in and started all 18 games…finished tied for third on the team with one goal (at Kent State Aug., 28)…was the only player to attempt a penalty kick, going 1-1 on the season…contributed to the team’s 2-1 overtime victory at Kent State (Aug. 28), attempting a season high three shots. high school Earned State Class 3A Player of the Year honors as a senior, playing for coach Kosta Pitharoulis…tabbed Area Player of the Year by the Everett Herald and the area MVP by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer…led team to a 20-2-1 mark as a senior, winning state Class 3A title…three-time team MVP and all-area choice…lettered four times in soccer and softball…played shortstop in softball, earning all-state honors as a junior…played on softball teams that went 66-15 during her first three years, finishing third in the state as a junior. personal Born Feb. 14, 1991 in Everett, Washington…daughter of Angela and Kurt Stahl…has an older brother, Erich… physical education major.

STAHL’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2009 18 18 11 1 2010 18 18 9 2 2011 18 18 13 2 Total 54 54 33 5

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25 R a c h e l S t r o n g o l i S e n i o r // D e f // G l e n w i l l o w , O h i o // S o l o n 2008 - FRESHMAN season Played in all 19 games, making 16 starts... tallied assist in wins over IPFW (9/19) and at Butler (10/26). HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter and letterwinner at Solon High, playing for coach Tolga Yanmaz. . . was selected to play in an all-star game following her senior year. PERSONAL Born March 14, 1990 in Solon, Ohio. . . daughter of Mark and Feldo Strongoli. . . has one older brother. . . her cousins, Jessica and Angel Roque, play on the CSU women’s basketball team. . . member of the Honor Roll in high school. . . was active in the Italian Club, the Diversity Club and the Ophelia Project at Solon High. . . psychology and art major.

STRONGOLI’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2008 19 16 2 0 Total 19 16 2 0

Asst. Pts 2 2 2 2

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11 F r e d e r i k e D u b e a u J u n i o r // D e f // K e n t , W a s h . // K e n t l a k e 2011 - Sophomore season Played in and started 18 matches... key component of CSU’s defense which allowed school record low of 22 goals... notched four points on one goal and two assists... lone goal of season came in 86th minute of regular season finale at Wright State (10/28) that gave CSU a 2-1 win, allowing Vikings to clinch No. 4 seed in league tournament... had assists in season-opening match at Kent State (8/19) and in win over Ohio (9/4). 2010 - FRESHMAN SEASON Scored her first career goal on her first career shot, putting the ball past the goalkeeper to even the score against Ohio (9/10) in a game that ended in a 1-1 tie...chosen to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team, becoming the only Viking on the team...played in all 19 of the Vikings’ games, making 18 starts as a defender...key part of a Viking defense that allowed only 25 goals all year, a single season program record. HIGH SCHOOL Earned first team all-league honors as a junior and senior at Kentlake High...served as the captain of the team as a junior and senior...played for the Washington Premier Football Club, where she led her team to back-to-back semi-final appearances in the state tournament in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Born May 21, 1992 in Quebec, Canada...daughter of Evelyne and Denis Dubeau...has a twin brother, Karl, and another brother, Mathieu...physical therapy major.

DUBEAU’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2010 19 18 1 1 2011 18 18 9 1 Total 37 36 10 2

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Asst. Pts 0 2 2 4 2 6


9 T ay l o r M i l l e r J u n i o r // F // A v o n L a k e , O h i o // A v o n L a k e 2011 - Sophomore season Appeared in 11 matches, making lone start in season opening contest at Kent State (8/19)... attempted six shots with four coming on goal. 2010 - FRESHMAN SEASON Made three starts in 13 appearances as a freshman, finishing with five shots including three on goal...assisted on the game-winning goal in the 3-2 season-opening win over Marshall (8/22)... scored the Vikings’ only goal in a 2-1 loss at Bowling Green (9/12). HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at Avon Lake High...opted to sit out her senior year at Avon Lake to play for the Cleveland Internationals where she led her team to a Super Y League North American Championship in the U17 division...also won a Region II championship and a state cup championship en route to the national championship...had a standout sophomore season at Avon Lake, earning Lorain County MVP honors, first team Lorain County, Greater Cleveland and Southwestern Conference accolades and was the point and scoring leader under head coach Caleb Reutter...led her team to a district title as a freshman...ended her high school career with 39 goals and 11 assists for 89 points. PERSONAL Born April 8, 1992 in Avon Lake, Ohio...daughter of Lynn and Rich Miller...has one brother, Austin, and one sister, Karly...was involved with Relay for Life during high school...pre-med major.

MILLER’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2010 13 3 5 1 2011 11 1 6 0 Total 24 4 11 1

Asst. Pts 1 3 0 0 1 3

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23 T ay l o r V i d o v i c J u n i o r // F // T w i n s b u r g , O h i o // T w i n s b u r g 2011 - Sophomore season Named to All-Horizon League second team after ranking second in the league in goals (7) and seventh in points (15), both team highs... also added an assist... started all 18 matches she appeared in... scored goal in win over Robert Morris (8/24)... tallied pair of goals in 3-0 win over Ohio (9/4)... tallied lone assist of season in win at Wyoming (9/9)... scored CSU’s lone goal in 1-1 draw with Loyola (9/30)... had both goals in 2-1 win against Youngstown State (10/20)... notched first goal in 2-1 win at Wright State in season finale (10/28). 2010 - FRESHMAN SEASON Saw action in 14 matches, getting the starting nod in five...scored the game-winner in CSU’s 1-0 win over Youngstown State (10/1)...tallied assists in wins over Gannon (8/27) and Valparaiso (10/22)...all five shots she attempted were on goal. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Twinsburg High...led her team to league titles as a junior and senior under head coach Lauren Wilson... earned first team all-conference accolades following her sophomore, junior and senior seasons...named to the All-Greater Cleveland second team as a sophomore and junior and to the All-Greater Cleveland first team as a senior...ended her high school career with 44 goals and 16 assists...also participated in track, earning first team all-conference honors. PERSONAL Born Dec. 20, 1991 in Twinsburg, Ohio...daughter of Janel and Paul Donahue and Gary and Susan Vidovic...has three brothers, Corey, Chance and Conner and two sisters, McKenna and Shay...her cousin Kyle Vidovic played baseball at CSU...undecided on a major.

VIDOVIC’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2010 14 5 5 1 2011 18 18 21 7 Total 32 23 26 8

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Asst. Pts 2 5 1 15 3 20


18 S a r a h Z aw i e J u n i o r // D e f // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2011 - Sophomore season Started all 16 matches she appeared in... one of key components of CSU defense which allowed school record low of 22 goals... scored lone goal of season against IUPUI (9/18)... tallied two assists, the first coming in win over Ohio (9/4)... had assists on game-winning-goal in 86th minute at Wright State (10/28) in regular season finale. PRE-CLEVELAND STATE Played one season at James Madison (2010)... apppeared in seven games with three starts... had one shot. HIGH SCHOOL Four-time all-league and three-time all-county selection... team captain as a senior and a four-year starter... played in Northeast Ohio High School Soccer Association Senior All-Star Game... helped Holy Name to 2006 state title and four district and league titles... four-year Honor Roll student. PERSONAL Daughter of Chris and Mary Zawie... has three brothers... exercise science major.

ZAWIE’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2010 (at JMU) 7 3 1 0 2011 16 16 4 1 Total 23 19 5 1

Asst. Pts 0 0 2 4 2 4

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28 S a b r i n a A b r a m S o ph o m o r e // D e f // S a r i n a , O n ta r i o // N o rt h e r n C o l l e g i at e 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 16 matches, making 14 starts... was part of CSU defense that allowed a school-record low 22 goals. HIGH SCHOOL Won multiple city and regional championships playing at Northern Collegiate High...won the 2009 Ontario Women’s Soccer League playing on the North London Galaxy club team...played on the defending national champion club team in the 2010 Ontario Cup. PERSONAL Born November 10, 1993...daughter of Dan and Marion Abram...Four-year Ontario Scholar Honors Award winner...won city and regional championships in track and cross country.

ABRAM’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2011 16 14 0 0 Career 16 14 0 0

Asst. Pts 0 0 0 0

21 E m i ly C o wa n S o ph o m o r e // M i d // B e l m o n t , M i ch . // R o c k f o r d 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in eight matches, making lone start at Robert Morris (8/24)... tallied lone shot against Notre Dame College (9/22). HIGH SCHOOL All-district second team selection at Rockford High...competed at the Super Y National Championships while playing for the Grand Rapids Crew Juniors...selected to play at the Olympic Development Program state pool. PERSONAL Born December 29, 1992...daughter of Gregory and Julie Cowan.

COWAN’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2011 8 1 1 0 Career 8 1 1 0

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Asst. Pts 0 0 0 0


3 K e l c e y F i sc h e r S o ph o m o r e // M i d // P a r m a , O h i o // N o r m a n d y 2011 - FRESHMAN season Appeared in all 19 matches, making 16 starts in the midfield... scored lone goal of season in 2-1 win at Wyoming (9/9)... notched lone assist of campaign at Robert Morris (8/24)... ranked second on team with 30 shots. HIGH SCHOOL Three-time first team all-conference selection...2010 All-Ohio first team honoree...All-Greater Cleveland first team selection...set Normandy High record for most goals scored in a season as a senior...team MVP as a senior...earned Super Y League Olympic Development Program (SYL ODP) All-Tournament Team honors in 2010 and was chosen to the SYL ODP National Camp Select Team in 2008. PERSONAL Born April 13, 1993...daughter of Billy and Susan Fischer. FISCHER’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2011 19 16 30 1 Career 19 16 30 1

Asst. Pts 1 3 1 3

10 S h e a L e v i S o ph o m o r e // M i d // W i l l i a m s t o w n , N.J. // W i l l i a m s t o w n 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Selected to Horizon League All-Newcomer team after playing in all 19 matches with 16 starts... scored one goal with one assist... long goal was game-winner in 1-0 win over Notre Dame College (9/22)... tallied assist on only goal in 1-0 win at Butler (10/5). HIGH SCHOOL Named All-State as a junior and senior...three-time first team All-Tri County selection...three time first team All-South Jersey Team honoree...named to the New Jersey Olympic Development Program (ODP) State Team three years in a row (2005-2007)...chosen to the Super Y League ODP National Team in 2007 and 2008...helped lead her club team, the Penn Fusion ‘92 Gaels of Penn Fusion Academy, to win the 2010 state championship...ranked one of the “Top 20 in South Jersey” as a senior. PERSONAL Born October 23, 1992...daughter of Troy and Angel Levi. LEVI’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2011 19 16 13 1 Career 19 16 13 1

Asst. Pts 1 3 1 3

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20 L y n s ay S t r a h o r n S o ph o m o r e // F w d // D ay t o n , O h i o // C h a m i n a d e -J u l i e n n e 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 17 matches, making five starts... scored a goal in each of her first two contests, netting a goal at Kent State (8/19) and versus Duquesne (8/21)... due to injuries, was forced to play the final 1:19 in goal against Duquesne, but did not face a shot... dished out assist on game-winning goal in 3-2 win over IUPUI (9/18)... also had an assist in 1-1 draw with Loyola (9/30)... totaled 11 shots with eight coming on goal. HIGH SCHOOL Third team All-Dayton Area...selected second team all-conference...team captain as a senior. PERSONAL Born November 30, 1992...daughter of Derrick and Kris Strahorn. STRAHORN’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2011 17 5 11 2 Career 17 5 11 2

Asst. Pts 2 6 2 6

27 S a r a h K a l a i n R e d s h i rt F r e s h m a n // GK // S e v i l l e , O h i o // C l o v e r l e a f 2011 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL All-Suburban League Goalkeeper of the Year as a senior...led her Cloverleaf High team to a No. 9 ranking in Ohio and a No. 32 ranking in the country as a junior...helped her team to three consecutive Suburban League titles. PERSONAL Born August 15, 1993...daughter of Frank and April Kalain.

17 B r i t t n e y K o e s t e r R e d s h i rt F r e s h m a n // M i d // S i d n e y , O h i o // S i d n e y 2011 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL All-Ohio second team selection...four time team MVP playing at Sidney High...named to the Greater Western Ohio Conference first team all four years...four-time first team All-Dayton Area honoree...2008 Olympic Development Program State and Regional Player of the Year. PERSONAL Born September 30, 1992...daughter of Myron and Sharon Koester.

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7 Lauren Mesaros Redshirt Freshman // Mid // Olmsted Falls, Ohio // Olmsted Falls 2011 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Four-time letterwinner at Olmsted Falls High...named the team captain as a senior...earned allconference honors as a sophomore...member of the Cleveland Internationals Soccer Club for 10 years...club team won the Ohio North State Cup Championship in 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010... helped club team become the Super Y League North American National Champions in 2007 and 2009 under head coach Zdravko Popovic...Midwest Regional and National Championship finalists during 2009. PERSONAL Born Nov. 25, 1991 in Cleveland, Ohio...daughter of Linda Downing and Ken Mesaros...has a younger sister, Jillian...graduated with honors from Olmsted Falls High...involved with the Tri-M Music Honor Society...pre-med major.

1 Sarah Wood R e d s h i rt F r e s h m a n // GK // P a r m a , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2011 - REDSHIRT SEASON Opened season as starting goalkeeper... appeared in first two matches, playing 178:41 in goal before season came to an end due to a knee injury... posted a 1-1 record in her two starts... made two saves in loss at Kent State (8/19) and two more saves in win over Duquesne (8/21)... tallied a .500 save percentage. HIGH SCHOOL First team All-Greater Spokane League selection as a senior and second team all-league selection as a junior... team captain and defensive MVP as a senior...helped her Lewis & Clark High team to the 2009 and 2010 state quarterfinals...helped her Spokane Shadow club team to the state cup semifinals in 2009 and 2010 and the US Club Regional finals in 2010... named one of Top Drawer Soccer’s “Players to Watch,” ranked No. 16 in the Pacific Northwest. PERSONAL Born April 9, 1993...daughter of Chris and Patty Wood. WOOD’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS GA GAA SV SV% 2011 2 2 4 2.01 4 .500 Career 2 2 4 2.01 4 .500

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24 M e g a n Z i d o n i s R e d s h i rt F r e s h m a n // D e f // M e n t o r , O h i o // M e n t o r 2011 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Earned first team All-Lake Erie Conference honors as a senior...three-time All Greater Cleveland selection...chosen to the News-Herald first team as a senior...team captain and voted team’s most valuable defensive player as a senior. PERSONAL Born August 24, 1993...daughter of Jeff and Kelley Zidonis...earned the All-Ohio Academic Award as a senior.

22 J u l i a B a l o d i s F r e s h m a n // GK // P a r m a , O h i o // H o ly N a m e HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four times at Holy Name H.S., starting all 75 games she appeared in... earned first team all-league honors as a junior and second team accolades as a senior... helped team to three league championships (2008, 2009, 2010)... guided team to district finals her final two seasons... team won 49 matches with her in goal

school... business major.

PERSONAL Born Feb. 21, 1994, in Parma, Ohio... daughter of Zigmunds and Margaret Balodis... has two brothers and one sister, Emily, who played soccer at Notre Dame College... honor student in high

0 B e cc a C o l e m a n F r e s h m a n // GK // B r u n s w i c k , O h i o // B r u n s w i c k HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years as goalkeeper at Brunswick H.S... garnered first team all-county, all-conference and all-Greater Cleveland honors as a senior... amassed 139 saves, five shutouts and a 1.40 goals against average as a senior... picked up honorable mention all-league honors as a sophomore... helped lead team to division title as a freshmen. PERSONAL Born Feb. 22, 1994, in Brunswick, Ohio... daughter of Rich and Kim Coleman... has one brother , Ian, and a twin sister, Sarah... biology major.

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13 C h l o e F a d e n h o l z F r e s h m a n // M i d // B r o o k pa r k , O h i o // B e r e a HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three times in soccer... earned first team all-league and all-area honors as a senior, as well as second team all-state after helping team to district finals... second team all-league and honorable mention all-area pick as a junior... honorable mention all-area and all-league following her sophomore campaign. PERSONAL Born Aug. 18, 1993... daughter of Russell and Virginia Fadenholz... has two brothers and one sister... was member of Principal Roll and earned Academic Achievement Award... pre-education and human services major.

5 V i c k i e H ava s F r e s h m a n // F w d // S t o w , O h i o // S t o w M u n r o e -F a l l s HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead squad to four straight league championships (2007-10)... was a four-time all-league selection, including first team pick her final three seasons... named league MVP and first team alldistrict her final three years... second team all-state selection as junior and senior... finished career with 87 goals, tied for the most in school history... holds school-record for most career points. PERSONAL Born Nov. 18, 1992, in Akron, Ohio... daughter of Tom and Renee Havas... has three older brothers... honor roll student in high school... spent a half year at Northern Arizona before transferring to CSU... health sciences major.

30 J e n J a n k o w s k i F r e s h m a n // D e f // M e d i n a , O h i o // M e d i n a HIGH SCHOOL Regarded as one of top on-ball defenders in Ohio as a senior, earning first team all-region and All-Ohio honors... served as team captain as a senior... had a knee injury as a junior that limited playing time... was a starter as a sophomore on the 2009 Division I state championship team that finished 21-1-2... earned Newcomer Award as a freshman. PERSONAL Born July 7, 1994, in Medina, Ohio... daughter of Jim and Debbie Jankowski... has a sister, Nicole, who attends Duquesne... member of National Honor Society... was recognized by House of Representatives of the 129th General Assembly of Ohio for accomplishments in soccer, both on and off field, being saluted as one of Ohio’s Finest Young Citizens... undecided on a major.

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2 Jackie Kurgan S o ph o m o r e // M i d // O a k v i l l e , O n ta r i o // A pp l e b y C o l l e g e FRESHMAN SEASON (2011 at Purdue) Played in seven matches... amassed a season-high 23 minutes in a win versus Indiana State... had a shot in a tie with Cal State Northridge. HIGH SCHOOL Four year varsity starter and letterwinner... helped team to indoor provincial championships in 2005 and 2007... played for the No. 1 ranked club team (Dixie Dragons) in the province that won the Ontario/Quebec Cup... was regional cross country champion in 2007 and runner-up in 2008. PERSONAL Daughter of John and Patti Krugan... has one sister... undecided on a major.

12 A l l i s o n O at h o u t F r e s h m a n // M i d // E r i e , P a // M c D o w e l l HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner who helped squad to four straight league titles and a state runner-up finish her sophomore year... named a Region 7 first team all star her final three seasons... earned all-district honors as a junior... served as team captain as a junior... played in Nationals for Erie Admirals in 2011. PERSONAL Born July 20, 1994, in Rochester, N.Y... daughter of Doug and Kate Oathout... has one brother... earned All Honors Student Achievement Award... physical therapy major.

16 E r i n O’T o o l e F r e s h m a n // D e f // P a r m a H e i g h t s , O h i o // H o ly N a m e HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years at Holy Name H.S., helping team to four straight league titles... tallied 18 career goals... four-time all-league selection, including first team pick as a senior, second team selection as sophomore and junior and honorable mention honoree as a freshman... earned first team all-state honors her senior year... three-time member of All-Greater Cleveland squad... earned Coaches Award and Defense Award as a junior. PERSONAL Born Jan. 12, 1993, in Parma Heights, Ohio... daughter of Kevin and Pam O’Toole... has an older sister, Tara, who played soccer for four years at IPFW... honor student in high school... biology major.

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4 Samantha Sarmento F r e s h m a n // M i d // S y lva n i a , O h i o // S y lva n i a N o rt h v i e w HIGH SCHOOL Earned three varsity letters... named second team all-league and all-district as a senior, helping team to state semifinals... was also team captain... garnered second team all-league honors as a junior after leading team to league title and district final... helped team to regional final appearance her sophomore year. PERSONAL Born Feb. 14, 1994, in Sylvania, Ohio... daughter of Mark and Kim Sarmento... has two brothers and one sister... member of high honor roll in high school... special education major.

19 H a l e i g h S h i n g a r y F r e s h m a n // M i d // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O h i o // H o ly N a m e HIGH SCHOOL Four-time letterwinner at Holy Name H.S., helping team to three league titles and four district championships... scored 32 career goals... earned first team all-league and all-area honors as a senior... honorable mention all-league as a junior despite battling injury... second team all-conference selection each of her first two seasons. PERSONAL Born March 1, 1994, in North Royalton, Ohio... daughter of Kim Cook... has two brothers and three sisters... high school honor student... criminology major.

26 A l l i e S i e r a d z k i F r e s h m a n // F w d // W e s t e rv i l l e , O h i o // N o rt h HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years, finishing career with 41 goals and 18 assists... named first team all-league, all-district and all-state as a senior... also served as team captain... earned all-league honors and was team captain as a junior... second team all-league following sophomore season. PERSONAL Born March 23, 1994, in Westerville, Ohio... daughter of Allen and Paula Sieradzki... has one brother... member of National Honor Society... named Outstanding Chemistry Student... sports management major.

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Derrek Falor H e a d C o a ch // 9 t h S e a s o n A t CSU // 15 t h S e a s o n

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Fresh off the most successful season in program history, Derrek Falor returns to Cleveland State for his ninth season as the head coach of the women’s soccer program with one goal in mind: win the Horizon League championship. After winning 10 matches last year, the most in the eight year history of the program, and an offseason that produced one of the most talented recruiting classes in school history, Falor believes his program is ready to take the next step up the Horizon League ledger. The only coach in the history of the Cleveland State women’s soccer program, Falor has steadily built the program from winless seasons in the first two years to being one victory away from the league’s regular season title in 2010. In that time, he has coached three first team All-Horizon League selections, six players who have earned All-Ohio honors and the 2010 Horizon League Goalkeeper of the Year. Last year, Natalie Daniels became the first player in program history to earn all-league honors in four consecutive seasons. In addition, the team got off to the best start in program history, winning seven of its first 10 matches. After a brief mid-season struggle, Falor’s group rebounded to go 2-0-1 over its last three matches, clinching fourth place in the Horizon League and a first round league championship match at home for the second straight season. The 10 wins in 2011 continued the upward trend for the Vikings. After winning no matches in either of the first two years of existance, the Vikings won three matches in 2006 and pushed the win total to five in 2007 and eight in 2008 season before winning nine in 2010 and 10 last season. Cleveland State has also started to build a home field advantage under Falor, as the Vikings produced a program-best 7-2-2 record at Krenzler Field in 2010. Over the last four seasons, CSU has posted an 18-13-6 mark at home.

Falor By The Numbers

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Best league finish in CSU history (2010)

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Horizon League wins in 2010

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All-Horizon League picks under Falor

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Number of seasons at Cleveland State

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Wins in 2011, most in program history

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Four-year letterwinners under Falor

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Program best assists in 2011

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School record goals scored in 2011

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Wins as head coach at CSU

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A big believer in ball control offense, Falor has steadily improved his team’s scoring while concurrently tightening up its defensive play. After allowing 95 goals in 2004, the Vikings lowered the total to 68 in 2005, 54 in 2006, 51 in 2007, 39 during 2008, 25 in 2010 and 22 last season. At the other end of the field, the Vikings have gradually increased their scoring total from four in 2004 to 23 in 2007, 19 during 2008, 24 in 2010 and 25 last season. Shots on goal have surged from 112 in the inaugural year to almost double in 2007 with 197 and a school-record 211 last season. When Falor was hired in February of 2003, he was charged with developing the program from scratch. He implemented an 18-month plan that culminated in 2004 when the Vikings began the inaugural season of women’s soccer at CSU. A sports psychology major in college, Falor knew that the success of the team during the first several seasons wouldn’t be based on wins and losses, but by how well the program was set up for success in the future. Playing with a roster that has been dominated by underclassmen - CSU had just two seniors during the first three seasons - Falor knew that he needed to look to gradually improve the Viking roster over the course of the following seasons. The passion that Falor displays for coaching has been evident in the process that he has used in developing the Viking program, following a step-by-step plan to address all the necessary growth aspects of the program.


After coming to CSU, Falor focused the majority of his energy on recruiting, searching northeast Ohio and the surrounding area for players that he felt fit into his vision of the program. He accomplished just that, signing an inaugural class of 12 players in February of 2004 who he felt would be the cornerstone of the program for years to come. A two-year starter on the men’s soccer squad at Shoreline College in Seattle, Wash. (1987-88), Falor transferred to Western Washington in 1989, earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and sports psychology in 1992. Falor remained at Western Washington, serving as a graduate assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams for two years (1993-94) while earning his master’s in sports psychology in 1995. Falor received his first collegiate head coaching position in 1995 when he was promoted to women’s head coach at Western Washington. He compiled a 56-47-10 mark in six seasons, the second highest win total by a head coach in school history, and helped the Vikings to top-three conference finishes each year. Falor moved to DePaul in 2001 where he assisted in all facets of coaching, including recruiting, travel management, technical and tactical player development, mental skills training, and fundraising. He helped the Blue Demons turn around a struggling program, as DePaul won just three matches prior to his arrival but improved to six in 2001 and 10 in 2002. A native of Seattle, Washington, Falor married the former Camille Anne Beatty in 1992. The couple has two sons, Mason and Elliot, and reside in Lakewood.

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Dallas Boyer A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 6 t h S e a s o n

Dallas Boyer is in his sixth season as an assistant coach of the CSU women’s soccer program, where he is responsible for overseeing the team’s technical development program and also works with the players in individual sessions to improve their playing ability. Administratively, Boyer organizes the Viking team travel and also coordinates the equipment needs of players. Boyer joined the program in January of 2007 and was able to assist the program through its spring schedule. A four-year letterman in soccer at Parma Senior High School, he earned first team all-league and all-greater Cleveland Honors as a senior. He set a school record for assists in a match (8) and graduated ranking second all-time in career assists. Following graduation, he spent two years coaching the boys soccer program at his alma mater. As an undergraduate at Miami, Boyer worked with the school’s Youth M-League, coaching in the 8-10 year old boys league for three seasons. He graduated cum laude in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in adolescent integrated social studies. Boyer returned to the Cleveland area after graduating, earning Greater Cleveland Assistant Coach of the Year honors at Parma in 2005 and helping the program earn the Greater Cleveland Division 1 Team Sportsmanship Award the following year. In the off-season, he was active as a coach in the Olympic Development Program, working as an assistant coach with the 1992 girls squad. An active member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, he has a National “C” coaching certificate and his NSCAA Regional Goalkeeper Diploma. Boyer resides in Parma with his wife Kristen and their son, Casey.

E r i c L a ps a n s k y A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 2 n d S e a s o n

Eric Lapsansky, a 12-year high school coaching veteran who was tabbed as the NSCAA/ OSCAA Ohio Coach of the Year in 2004, enters his second season as an assistant coach at Cleveland State. He will work with the goalkeepers. Lapsansky spent the past 12 years as the head coach of the girl’s team at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High, compiling a 142-57-26 record highlighted by a No. 23 national ranking in 2004. He led the Lady Bees to a top 10 state finish eight times and was a six-time conference coach of the year, earning Greater Cleveland Coach of the Year honors in 2004 and 2007. Lapsansky has also served as the boys team coach and goalkeeping director of the U-17 and U-18 Cleveland Whitecaps Premier Soccer Club since 2009, and his experience working with goalkeepers was what drew him to Cleveland State. Since 1998 he has been the goalkeeping director and instructor for soccer camps at the College of Wooster, and from 1998-200 he held the position of Ohio North Goalkeeping Coach at the Ohio Youth Soccer Association North Olympic Development Program. This marks the second collegiate assistant coaching stint for Lapsansky, who was an assistant coach specializing in goalkeeping at Case Western Reserve from 1998-2000.

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C h r i s L a cs a m a n a H e a d A t h l e t i c T r a i n e r // 3 r d S e a s o n Chris Lacsamana is in his third year as the Head Athletic Trainer and Director of Sports Medicine at Cleveland State, overseeing the medical needs of the various CSU student-athletes while focusing on men’s basketball, women’s soccer and tennis. Prior to arriving at CSU, Lacsamana spent eight years (2002-10) as the head athletics trainer at Alabama State University after a year as an assistant athletics trainer at ASU. He also has experience as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (1998-01) and as the head trainer at Pikesville H.S. in Baltimore, Md. A certified member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, Lacsamana earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training from Towson in 1997 and his M. Ed. in Exercise Physiology in 2000 from Alabama-Birmingham.

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Krenzler Field CSU’ s H ome S occer F ield F or M ore T han T wo D ecades Krenzler Field, the home of Viking soccer for more than two decades, reopened in 2005 after undergoing a $2.9 million renovation that transformed it from a soccer field to a year-round multi-use sports complex. The renovations consisted of two major improvements, each of which has dramatically improved the athletic physical plant for all CSU sports. The natural grass playing surface was removed in favor of a state-of-the-art FieldTurf artificial field. The second change became visible last December when a removable airsupported dome was placed over the field, creating an indoor practice facility for all sports for the winter months. The addition of FieldTurf was made necessary when women’s soccer was added at CSU, increasing the usage of the field to the point where it would be impossible to maintain the natural grass surface. FieldTurf, a revolutionary playing surface that combines the properties of natural grass with the durability of artificial turf, has been installed on almost 1,000 playing surfaces in 20 countries around the world. It is currently in use in over half of the National Football League stadiums and by almost 50 NCAA Division I institutions. It has been approved for play by FIFA, the world governing body for soccer, with some of the top professional teams around the world currently practicing and playing on it. The removable dome, a product of Yeadon Domes, covers the entire length and width of Krenzler Field, approximately 94,000 square feet, with a 60-foot ceiling. It is made of a heavy duty vinyl coated flame resistant polyester architectural fabric. The Krenzler Dome is a welcome addition, especially since the Intramural Sports Center, the only other indoor practice facility on campus, was demolished in the winter of 2005 to make way for the recently opened Student Recreation Center. The dome benefits more than just soccer. The softball team hold preseason prac-

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tices in the facility each winter with the space being large enough to set up a regulation softball field. The size of the field also makes it possible to set up an indoor driving range for the golf teams along with batting cages and pitchers mounds for softball. The renovation of Krenzler is the first step in the construction of CSU’s Varsity Village, a concentration of university athletic facilities interwoven with new residential living spaces between E. 19th and E. 24th streets along the northern edge of campus. Future plans call for the addition of an on-campus baseball field, the relocation of Viking Field, the home of CSU softball, and the reconfiguring of the Malaga Tennis Center. Built at an original cost of $1.9 million, Krenzler Field became the first university outdoor athletic venue when it was dedicated on October 17, 1985. Designed and built specifically for varsity soccer, the field is nestled at the northwest corner of the campus against a background of downtown skyscrapers. The complex includes permanent seating for 1,680 and an electric scoreboard and clock, plus a field building housing two 36-person team locker rooms, a referee locker room, a training room, a storage room and public restroom facilities. The lighting sys-

tem provides 50 footcandles of illumination. The facility is named in honor of Judge Alvin I. Krenzler, a long-time supporter of the university. Krenzler served on the CSU Board of Trustees from July 1967 until August 1970, leaving the board when he became judge of the Eighth District Court of Appeals. He retired as judge of the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio in 1992. It was Krenzler’s generous contribution - which at the time was the largest single gift ever made to CSU athletics - that made completion of the facility possible. Judge Krenzler, along with numerous soccer alumni, were in attendance when the field was rededicated before the doubleheader on October 2, 2005. On that day, the Viking women hosted UW-Green Bay while the CSU men followed against Butler.


2011 H o r i z o n L e a g u e CSU W o n A S ch o o l R e c o r d 10 G a m e s L a s t S e a s o n 2011 Horizon League Final Standings School Milwaukee Detroit Valparaiso Cleveland State Wright State Butler Loyola Green Bay Youngstown State

2011 Horizon League All-League Teams

Horizon Overall W L T Pct. W L T Pct. 8 0 0 1.000 19 3 0 .864 5 2 1 .688 12 6 2 .650 4 2 2 .625 8 6 5 .553 3 3 2 .500 10 7 2 .579 3 3 2 .500 10 8 3 .548 3 5 0 .375 8 10 2 .450 2 4 2 .375 6 10 3 .395 1 5 2 .250 3 11 4 .278 0 5 3 .188 3 10 4 .294

First Team Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee Keara Thompson, Milwaukee Alexandra Suschak, Detroit Katie Griswold, Butler Natalie Daniels, Cleveland State Helen Steinhauser, Milwaukee Brittany Persaud, Wright State Bekah Bonny, Wright State Abby McCollum, Detroit Kaitlyn Quarrell, Detroit Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee

2011 Horizon League Individual Statistics

Points Sarah Hagen, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Keara Thompson, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Abby McCollum, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Brittany Persaud, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Jade Flory, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Kaitlyn Quarrell, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Rachel Hoaglin, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Taylor Vidovic, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Bekah Bonny, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Goals Sarah Hagen, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Jade Flory, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Taylor Vidovic, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bekah Bonny, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Katie Griswold, BU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Rachel Hoaglin, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Elise Kotsakis, BU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Laurel Ragalie, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Kaitlyn Quarrell, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Abby McCollum, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Keara Thompson, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Assists Keara Thompson, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Brittany Persaud, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Sarah Hagen, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Abby McColllum, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Natalie Daniels, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Stephanie Kaylor, BU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Helen Steinhauser, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Catherine Terrell, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sarah Dzuris, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Kaitlyn Quarrell, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Game Winning Goals Sarah Hagen, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Five Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Shots Sarah Hagen, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Elise Kotsakis, BU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Natalie Daniels, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Brittany Persaud, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Luisa Desario, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Saves Maddie Drusch, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Brooke McCurdy, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Jamie Forbes, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Kristen Manski, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Becky Williams, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Save Percentage Maddie Drusch, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .850 Jamie Forbes, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .849 Kristen Manski, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .819 Becky Williams, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . .808 Nicole Kline, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .792 Goals Against Average Jamie Forbes, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristen Manski, VU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nora Abolins, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Becky Williams, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0.66 0.92 0.93 0.96

2011 Horizon League Championship First Round - Nov. 1 #5 Wright State 1, #4 Cleveland State 0 #3 Valparaiso 2, #6 Butler 2 BU advances on penalty kicks, 5-4

Second Team Rachel Hoaglin, Valparaiso Mary Wandolowski, Milwaukee Jessie Hubly, Loyola Taylor Vidovic, Cleveland State Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee Elise Kotsakis, Butler Corey Arno, Green Bay Luisa Desario, Valparaiso Casey Pedersen, Valparaiso Mackenzie Gaillaspie, Milwaukee Nora Abolins, Detroit All-Newcomer Team Amy Kauffung, D, Milwaukee Alyssa Riley, M, Detroit Elise Kotsakis, F, Butler Kelsey Draper, M, Valparaiso Emily Scott, F, Milwaukee Moriah Schwarz, M, Loyola Jade Flory, F, Youngstown State Allie Metzler, D, Wright State Kelsey Holbert, M, Milwaukee Shea Levi, M, Cleveland State Valerie Gonyo, D, Loyola Player of the Year Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee Offensive Player of the Year Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee Co-Defensive Players of the Year Alexandra Suschak, Detroit Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee Goalkeeper of the Year Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee

Semifinals - Nov. 4 #1 Milwaukee 1, #6 Butler 0 #5 Wright State 3, #2 Detroit 2

Newcomer of the Year Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee

Championship - Nov. 6 #1 Milwaukee 5, #5 Wright State 1

Coach of the Year Michael Moynihan, Milwaukee

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2011 F i n a l S tat i s t i cs & R e s u l t s T h e V i k i n g s A t t e m p t e d A S ch o o l R e c o r d 211 S h o t s L a s t S e a s o n No. 23 3 15 30 20 8 11 18 13 10 2 6 5 9 21 31 16 4 28 25 19 12

Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GP-GS G A Pts. Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT Taylor Vidovic . . . . . . . . . 18-18 7 1 15 21 .333 15 .714 2 0-0 Natalie Daniels . . . . . . . . 18-18 3 6 12 59 .051 26 .441 2 0-1 Jamie Avona . . . . . . . . . . . 19-19 3 1 7 18 .167 9 .500 1 1-2 Nancy Newcomer . . . . . . 14-10 3 0 6 7 .429 5 .714 1 0-0 Lynsay Strahorn . . . . . . . . 17-5 2 2 6 11 .182 8 .727 0 0-0 Valerie Stahl . . . . . . . . . . . 18-18 2 1 5 13 .154 5 .385 1 0-0 Frederike Dubeau . . . . . . 18-18 1 2 4 9 .111 4 .444 1 0-0 Sarah Zawie . . . . . . . . . . . 16-16 1 2 4 4 .250 1 .250 0 0-0 Kelcey Fischer . . . . . . . . . 19-16 1 1 3 30 .033 9 .300 0 0-0 Shea Levi . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-16 1 1 3 13 .077 7 .538 1 0-0 Samantha Salamon . . . . . . 12-3 1 1 3 6 .167 4 .667 1 0-0 Carla Ragone . . . . . . . . . . . 13-4 0 2 2 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Jessica Bound . . . . . . . . . . . 15-5 0 1 1 9 .000 6 .667 0 0-1 Taylor Miller . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1 0 0 0 6 .000 4 .667 0 0-0 Marina Taylor . . . . . . . . . . 12-6 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 Sarah Wood . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 Nikki Bevilacqua . . . . . . . . . 9-0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 Emily Cowan . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 Sabrina Abram . . . . . . . . 16-14 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Clare Berry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Sage Patterson . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Maggie Conrad . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 25 21 71 211 .118 108 .512 10 1-4 OPPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 22 16 60 207 .106 95 .459 7 2-2

No. 20 22 1 31

Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GP-GS Min. GA Avg. Svs. Pct. Lynsay Strahorn . . . . . . . . . 1-0 1:19 0 0.00 0 .000 Abby Crotteau . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 90:00 2 0.40 1 .333 Becky Williams . . . . . . . . 16-16 1493:47 16 0.96 64 .800 Sarah Wood . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 178:41 4 2.01 4 .500 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 1763:07 22 0.93 72 .766 OPPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 1763:07 25 1.22 83 .769

W 0 1 8 1 10 7

L T SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 5 1 0 0 7 2 5 10 2 6

Goals CSU Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 11 8

0 0

1 0

25 22

Shots CSU Opponents

101 102 99 101

6 2

2 4

211 206

Saves CSU Opponents

28 35

41 46

1 1

2 1

72 83

Corner Kicks CSU 42 Opponents 44

40 50

2 1

0 3

84 98

96 125 82 101

2 2

3 2

226 187

Fouls CSU Opponents

13 14

Attendance CSU OPP Season Total 1,599 1,610 Avg. Per Game 10/160 9/179

Overall HL Date Opponent Result Score Record Record Att. CSU Goals (assist) Aug. 19 at Kent State L 3-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 175 Jaime Avona (unassisted) Lynsay Strahorn (Dubeau) Aug. 21 DUQUESNE W 2-1 1-1-0 0-0-0 218 Lynsay Strahorn (Ragone, Daniels) Valerie Stahl (unassisted) Aug. 24 at Robert Morris W 3-2 2-1-0 0-0-0 51 Taylor Vidovic (Stahl) Valerie Stahl (Fischer) Samantha Salamon (Daniels) Sept. 2 BOWLING GREEN L 1-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 231 Sept. 4 OHIO W 3-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 211 Taylor Vidovic (Zawie, Daniels) Natalie Daniels (Dubeau) Taylor Vidovic (Daniels) Sept. 9 at Wyoming W 2-1 4-2-0 0-0-0 423 Kelcey Fischer (Vidovic) Nancy Newcomer (Ragone) Sept. 11 at Air Force W 2-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 178 Jaime Avona (Daniels) Nancy Newcomer (Daniels) Sept. 16 #17 MILWAUKEE * L 4-0 5-3-0 0-1-0 145 Sept. 18 IUPUI W 3-2 6-3-0 0-1-0 174 Sarah Zawie (unassisted) Nancy Newcomer (Salamon) Natalie Daniels (Strahorn) Sept. 22 NOTRE DAME COL. W 1-0 7-3-0 0-1-0 192 Shea Levi (unassisted) Sept. 25 at Green Bay * L 2-1 7-4-0 0-2-0 136 Jaime Avona (penalty kick) Sept. 30 LOYOLA * T 1-1 7-4-1 0-2-1 62 Taylor Vidovic (Strahorn) Oct. 5 at Butler * W 1-0 8-4-1 1-2-1 158 Natalie Daniels (Levi) Oct. 9 at Valparaiso * L 1-0 8-5-1 1-3-1 137 Oct. 15 at Longwood L 1-0 8-6-1 1-3-1 151 Oct. 20 YOUNGSTOWN ST. * W 2-1 9-6-1 2-3-1 102 Taylor Vidovic (Avona) Taylor Vidovic (Bound) Oct. 23 DETROIT * T 0-0 9-6-2 2-3-2 132 Oct. 28 at Wright State * W 2-1 10-6-2 3-3-2 252 Taylor Vidovic (unassisted) Frederike Dubeau (Zawie) Nov. 1 WRIGHT STATE & L 1-0 10-7-2 3-3-2 132 Home Matches in BOLD CAPS

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A l l -T i m e L e t t e r w i n n e r s T h e r e H av e B e e n A T o ta l O f 20 F o u r -Y e a r L e t t e rw i n n e r s I n P r o g r a m H i s t o ry A Abram, Sabrina.................................... 2011 Arpidone, Emily.............................2007-08 Avone, Jaime..............................2009-10-11 b B채ck, Shayna........................ 2004-05-06-07 Baker, Sarah.......................... 2006-07-08-09 Bevilacqua, Nikki........................... 2010-11 Berry, Clare...................................... 2010-11 Boehm, Missy...................................... 2005 Bound, Jessica............................2009-10-11 Burke, Katie.......................................... 2004 c Carrera, Callie...................................... 2005 Casey, Samantha.................. 2004-05-06-07 Clapacs, Heather................. 2004-05-06-07 Conway, Lisa...................................2005-06 Cowan, Emily...................................... 2011 Crotteau, Abby.................................... 2011 d Daniels, Natalie................... 2008-09-10-11 Dubeau, Frederike......................... 2010-11 F Fischer, Kelcey..................................... 2011 g Glennon, Rachel.............................2009-10 Greiner, Marley.................... 2007-08-09-10

j Johnson, Rachel................................... 2004 k Kakias, Abbie....................... 2005-06-07-08 Keefer, Jessica....................... 2006-07-08-09 Keefer, Jocelyn..................... 2006-07-08-09 Kidwell, Ashley......................... 2004, 2006 King, Jordan....................................2008-09 L Levi, Shea............................................. 2011 m McCloy, Jessica......................... 2007-08-10 Miller, Taylor................................... 2010-11 Milovic, Ivana...................................... 2004 N Newcomer, Nancy.............................. 2011 0 Olsby, Sylvia........................ 2007-08-09-10 p Pangle, Jackie....................................... 2004 Pankuch, Kelly..................................... 2004 Pugliese, Maggie.....................2004-06-07-08 r Ragone, Carla............................... 2009-10-11 Rasmussen, Amber.................2004-05-06-07 Riczo, Allie........................... 2006-08-09-10

h Hill, Valerie.......................................... 2004 Homsher, Nicole.................................. 2004 Howard, Nicole................... 2007-08-09-10

s Salamon, Samantha............. 2008-09-10-11 Sadrnia, Parisa..................................... 2010 Sanker, Michelle.................................. 2005 Saunders, Shannon............. 2007-08-09-10 Shay, Nekita......................................... 2007 Shertzer, Justine................................... 2010 Singer, Madeline.................................. 2004 Spahn, Ashley...................................... 2005 Stahl, Valerie..............................2009-10-11 Lynsay Strahorn.................................. 2011 t Taylor, Marina...................... 2008-09-10-11 u Ultican, Danielle.................. 2006-07-08-09 V Vidovic, Taylor................................ 2010-11 w Wagner, Heather.................................. 2006 Walchack, Ashley...........................2005-06 Wieand, Jennifer................. 2004-05, 2007-08 Williams, Becky....................................... 2011 Wilson, Natalie......................... 2005-06-07 Withrow, Erin..................................2005-06 Wood, Melissa.................................2004-05 z Zajaros, Allie...................................2004-05 Zawie, Sarah........................................ 2011 Zinkiewich, Kelly................ 2007-08-09-10

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Y e a r -B y -Y e a r R e s u l t s T h e V i k i n g s W o n A P r o g r a m R e c o r d F i v e L e a g u e M at ch e s 2004 (0-20-0/0-7-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 27 KENT STATE L 0-4 29 at Toledo L 0-4 Sept. 3 at Marshall L 0-6 5 DUQUESNE L 0-1 10 SOUTH ALABAMA L 0-9 12 IUPUI L 0-2 17 at Canisius L 0-2 19 at St. Bonaventure L 0-4 24 at IPFW L 0-5 26 at Valparaiso L 1-6 Oct. 1 BOWLING GREEN L 1-5 3 mILWAUKEE * L 0-1 6 WRIGHT STATE * L 0-6 8 at Detroit * L 0-13 17 YSU * ^ L 1-3 22 at DePaul L 0-4 24 at Butler * L 0-6 29 at Green Bay * L 0-7 31 LOYOLA * L 0-3 Nov. 6 vs. Milwaukee # L 1-4 ^ match played at Mentor High School 2004 Home matches at Foltz Field (Strongsville, Ohio)

2006 (3-17-0/0-7-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 27 DELAWARE STATE W 6-0 28 at Kent State L 1-2 (2OT) Sept. 1 at Valparaiso L 1-4 3 at IUPUI L 1-2 at South Alabama Tournament 8 vs. Nicholls State L 0-1 10 at South Alabama L 0-1 15 AKRON L 0-1 17 at Cincinnati L 0-3 22 INDIANA STATE L 1-2 26 at Robert Morris L 0-2 29 at Detroit * L 0-7 Oct. 1 at Butler * L 1-7 4 NOTRE DAME (OH) W 1-0 6 LOYOLA * L 0-3 8 MILWAUKEE * L 0-5 13 WRIGHT STATE * L 0-2 20 at Green Bay * L 0-4 22 IPFW W 2-1 25 YSU * L 1-3 28 at Milwaukee # L 1-4

2007 (5-14-1/1-6-1) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 31 ST. BONAVENTURE L 0-3 2005 (0-18-1/0-6-1) Sept. 2 DePAUL L 1-2 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 4 at IPFW W 5-4 Aug. 28 at Kent State L 1-2 (2OT) Sept. 2 at St. Francis (Pa.) L 0-3 7 at Temple L 1-8 4 at Ohio L 1-5 9 at Delaware State W 3-0 9 at Akron L 1-2 14 at Akron L 0-1 11 VALPARAISO L 2-5 16 CANISIUS L 1-2 16 at Bowling Green L 0-6 21 at Indiana State L 1-3 18 TOLEDO L 0-5 23 CINCINNATI L 1-4 20 NIAGARA L 1-3 28 ROBERT MORRIS W 3-1 23 at Duquesne L 0-3 30 GREEN BAY * L 0-1 25 IPFW L 1-2 (OT) 30 at Milwaukee * L 0-3 Oct. 5 at Loyola * L 0-3 Oct. 2 GREEN BAY * L 0-5 7 at Wright State * L 0-4 7 DETROIT * L 1-2 12 at YSU * W 2-0 9 BUTLER * L 1-2 19 at Milwaukee * L 0-6 (OT) 21 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 15 SOUTHERN UTAH L 0-2 26 DETROIT * T 2-2 21 at Wright State * L 1-5 (2OT) 28 at Loyola * L 0-5 28 BUTLER * L 1-3 30 at YSU * T 0-0 30 YSU # W 2-1 (2OT) (OT) Nov. 6 vs. Milwaukee # L 0-8 Nov. 3 at Milwaukee # L 0-1

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2008 (8-10-1/3-4-1) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 24 TOLEDO L 0-3 29 at St. Bonaventure L 1-4 31 at Niagara L 1-2 Sept. 3 AKRON L 1-2 5 at Robert Morris W 2-1 12 at Ohio W 2-1 14 EASTERN KENTUCKY W 1-0 19 IPFW W 2-0 21 at Kentucky L 0-4 26 WRIGHT STATE * T 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 3 at Detroit * L 0-4 5 LOYOLA * L 0-3 10 MILWAUKEE * L 0-7 12 IUPUI W 2-0 17 at Green Bay * W 2-1 19 at Valparaiso * L 0-2 24 YSU * W 2-1 (OT) 26 at Butler * W 2-0 Nov. 2 at Wright State # L 1-4

2010 (9-8-2/5-3-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 22 MARSHALL W 3-2 27 GANNON W 3-0 29 KENT STATE T 2-2 (2OT) Sept. 3 UMKC W 2-0 5 CANISIUS W 3-1 8 at Ohio State L 0-2 10 OHIO T 1-1 (2OT) 12 at Bowling Green L 1-2 17 at Washington L 1-5 19 at Seattle L 0-3 24 GREEN BAY * W 1-0 26 MILWAUKEE * L 0-3 Oct. 1 YSU * W 1-0 8 at Loyola * W 2-0 10 at Detroit * L 0-1 15 WRIGHT STATE * W 1-0 22 at Valparaiso * W 2-0 24 at Butler * L 0-1 30 DETROIT # L 1-2

2009 (3-14-1/2-5-1) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 23 at Marshall L 0-2 28 at Kent State W 2-1 (OT) 30 EASTERN ILLINOIS L 1-2 Sept. 4 at Eastern Kentucky L 0-2 6 at Ohio L 1-3 16 NIAGARA L 0-2 18 ROBERT MORRIS L 0-3 20 at Miami (OH) L 0-4 25 at IUPUI L 2-3 (OT) 27 at Wright State * L 1-2 Oct. 2 DETROIT * W 1-0 4 LOYOLA * T 0-0 (2OT) 9 at Milwaukee * L 0-8 11 at Green Bay * L 1-5 16 BUTLER * W 3-1 18 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 21 at Canisius L 0-4 25 at YSU * L 0-1

2011 (10-7-2, 3-3-2) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 19 at Kent State L 2-3 21 DUQUESNE W 2-1 24 at Robert Morris W 3-2 Sept. 2 BOWLING GREEN L 0-1 4 OHIO W 3-0 9 at Wyoming W 2-1 11 at Air Force W 2-0 16 MILWAUKEE * L 0-4 18 IUPUI W 3-2 22 NOTRE DAME (OH) W 1-0 25 at Green Bay * L 1-2 30 LOYOLA * T 1-1 (2OT) Oct. 5 at Butler * W 1-0 9 at Valparaiso * L 0-1 15 at Longwood L 0-1 20 YOUNGSTOWN ST * W 2-1 23 DETROIT * T 0-0 (2OT) 28 at Wright State * W 2-1 Nov. 1 WRIGHT STATE # L 0-1 * Horizon League match # Horizon League Championship All home matches are in BOLD CAPS


A l l -T i m e S e r i e s R e c o r d s T h e 2012 S e a s o n W i l l B e T h e N i n t h I n P r o g r a m H i s t o ry HOME AWAY NEUTRAL Last Score Opponent W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T Meeting CSU-OPP AKRON 0-4-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 - 2008 1-2 Air Force 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - 2011 2-0 BOWLING GREEN 0-4-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 - 2011 0-1 BUTLER 3-5-0 1-2-0 2-3-0 - 2011 1-0CANISIUS 1-3-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 - 2010 3-1 Cincinnati 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-4 DePaul 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-2 Delaware State 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 - 2007 3-0 DETROIT 1-6-2 1-2-2 0-4-0 - 2011 0-0 DUQUESNE 1-2-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 - 2011 2-1 EASTERN ILLINOIS 0-1-0 0-1-0 - - 2009 1-2 Eastern Kentucky 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 - 2009 0-2 FRANCIS MARION First Meeting Gannon 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2010 3-0 GREEN BAY 2-6-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 - 2011 0-1 Indiana State 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-3 IPFW 3-2-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 - 2008 2-0 IUPUI 2-3-0 2-1-0 0-2-0 - 2011 3-2 KENT STATE 1-4-1 0-1-1 1-3-0 - 2011 2-3 Kentucky 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2008 0-4 LONGWOOD 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2011 0-1 LOYOLA 1-5-2 0-3-2 1-2-0 - 2011 1-1 Marshall 1-2-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 - 2010 3-2 Miami (Ohio) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2009 0-4 MILWAUKEE 0-12-0 0-5-0 0-5-0 0-2-0 2011 0-4 Niagara 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 - 2009 0-2 Nicholls State 0-1-0 - - 0-1-0 2006 0-1 Notre Dame (OH) 2-0-0 2-0-0 - - 2011 1-0 OHIO 2-2-1 1-0-1 1-2-0 - 2011 3-0 Ohio State 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2010 0-2 Robert Morris 3-2-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 - 2011 3-2 Seattle 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 2010 0-3 St. Bonaventure 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - 2008 1-4 St. Francis (Pa.) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2005 0-3 South Alabama 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2006 0-1 Southern Utah 0-1-0 0-1-0 - - 2005 0-2 Toledo 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - 2008 0-3 Temple 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2007 1-8 UMKC 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2010 2-0 Washington 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2010 1-5 Wyoming 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - 2011 2-1 WRIGHT STATE 2-7-1 1-3-1 1-4-0 - 2011 1-0 VALPARAISO 1-7-0 0-3-0 1-4-0 - 2011 0-1 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 5-3-1 4-2-0 1-1-1 - 2011 2-1 2012 Opponents in CAPS

CSU IN HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

Year Round 2004 Quarterfinals 2005 Quarterfinals

0 0 3 5 8 3 9 10 38

20 18 17 14 10 14 8 7 108

0 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 8

0-9-0 0-8-0 3-6-0 2-7-1 4-4-1 2-4-1 7-2-2 5-3-2 23-43-7

0-10-0 0-9-1 0-10-0 3-7-0 4-6-0 1-10-0 2-6-0 5-4-0 15-62-1

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

0 0 0 1 3 2 5 3 14

7 6 7 6 4 5 3 3 41

Milwaukee at Green Bay, Wis.

L, 0-8

2006 Quarterfinals at Milwaukee L, 1-4 2007 First Round vs. Youngstown St. W, 2-1 (OT) Quarterfinals at Milwaukee L, 0-1 2008 Quarterfinals at Wright State L, 1-4 2010 First Round

vs. Detroit

L, 1-2

2011 First Round

vs. Wright State

L, 0-1

ALL-TIME LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

2011...................................... Milwaukee 2010...................................... Milwaukee 2009...................................... Milwaukee 2008...................................... Milwaukee 2007.............................................. Loyola 2006.............................................. Loyola 2005...................................... Milwaukee 2004..............................................Detroit 2003.............................................. Loyola 2002...................................... Milwaukee 2001...................................... Milwaukee 2000.................................... Wright State 1999.................................... Wright State 1998.................................... Wright State 1997...................................... Milwaukee 1996................................................Butler 1995..............................................Detroit 1994.................................... Notre Dame 1993.................................... Notre Dame ALL-TIME RECORD BREAKDOWN

All-Time.........................................38-108-8 Home..........................................23-43-7 Road............................................15-62-1 Neutral...........................................0-3-0 Overtime..............................................4-5-9 vs. Horizon League........................14-41-6 Horizon League Tournament...........1-7-0

Overall Conference Won Lost Tied Home Away Neutral W L T 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Overall

Opponent Result Milwaukee L, 1-4 at Indianapolis, Ind.

0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 6

Finish Coach 8th 8th 8th 8th 6th 7th 3rd 4th -

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Individual Season Records Ashley W alchack H as The Lone H at Trick I n School H istory SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Goals: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2010.................9 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007................8 3. Taylor Vidovic, 2011...................7 4. Shayna Bäck, 2006...................... 6 5. Natalie Daniels, 2008.................5 Sylvia Olsby, 2010...................... 5 7. Sylvia Olsby, 2008...................... 4 Assists: 1. Lisa Conway, 2006...................... 7 2. Natalie Daniels, 2011.................6 Natalie Daniels, 2008.................6 3. Natalie Daniels, 2010.................5 4. Jessica Bound, 2010....................4 Jennifer Wieand, 2008................4 Shayna Bäck, 2007...................... 4 7. Abbie Kakias, 2008.....................3 Jennifer Wieand, 2007................3 Abbie Kakias, 2007.....................3 Heather Clapacs, 2006...............3 Lisa Conway, 2005...................... 3 Jennifer Wieand, 2005................3 Amber Rasmussen, 2004...........3 Points: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2010...............23 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007..............19 3. Natalie Daniels, 2008...............16 Shayna Bäck, 2007.................... 16 5. Taylor Vidovic, 2011.................15 6. Shayna Bäck, 2006.................... 14 7. Lisa Conway, 2006.................... 13 8. Natalie Daniels, 2011...............12 9. Sylvia Olsby, 2010.................... 10 10. Sylvia Olsby, 2008...................... 9 Sylvia Olsby, 2007...................... 9

Shots: 1. Jennifer Wieand, 2007..............63 2. Natalie Daniels, 2011...............59 3. Natalie Daniels, 2010...............52 4. Lisa Conway, 2006.................... 51 5. Heather Clapacs, 2004.............43 6. Natalie Daniels, 2008...............37 7. Shayna Bäck, 2007.................... 32 8. Shayna Bäck, 2006.................... 31 9. Heather Clapacs, 2007.............30 Kelcey Fischer, 2011................. 30 Shots On Goal: 1. Jennifer Wieand, 2007..............38 2. Natalie Daniels, 2010...............30 3. Natalie Daniels, 2011...............26 Natalie Daniels, 2008...............26 5. Shayna Bäck, 2007.................... 23 6. Heather Clapacs, 2004.............20 Lisa Conway, 2006.................... 20 8. Jennifer Wieand, 2005..............17 Natalie Daniels, 2009...............17 10. Jennifer Wieand, 2008..............16 Saves: 1. Ashley Kidwell, 2004............. 134 2. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007..........124 3. Erin Withrow, 2005................. 122 4. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010............92 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2009............92 6. Erin Withrow, 2006................... 88 7. Allie Zajaros, 2004.................... 81 8. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2008............78 9. Becky Williams, 2011...............64 10. Ashley Kidwell, 2006............... 39

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS Goals: 3 Ashley Walchack....vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 2 Taylor Vidovic..... vs. Youngstown State, 10/20/11 2 Taylor Vidovic........................vs. Ohio, 9/4/11 2 Allie Riczo....................... vs. Canisius, 9/5/10 2 Natalie Daniels.............. vs. Gannon, 8/27/10 2 Jennifer Wieand...vs. Robert Morris, 9/28/07 2 Jennifer Wieand.................. vs. IUPUI, 9/4/07 2 Shayna Bäck.................... vs. IUPUI, 10/22/06 2 Shayna Bäck.................vs. Delaware, 8/27/06 Assists: 3 Lisa Conway...........vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 2 Natalie Daniels.............. at Air Force, 9/11/11 2 Natalie Daniels......................vs. Ohio, 9/4/11 2 Natalie Daniels............... vs. IUPUI, 10/12/08 2 Lisa Conway................... vs. IUPUI, 10/22/07 2 Heather Clapacs.vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Points: 6 Ashley Walchack....vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 5 Jennifer Wieand.................. vs. IUPUI, 9/4/07 5 Lisa Conway...........vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 4 Taylor Vidovic..... vs. Youngstown State, 10/20/11 4 Taylor Vidovic........................vs. Ohio, 9/4/11 4 Allie Riczo....................... vs. Canisius, 9/5/10 4 Natalie Daniels.............. vs. Gannon, 8/27/10 4 Jennifer Wieand...vs. Robert Morris, 9/28/07 4 Jennifer Wieand.................. vs. IUPUI, 9/4/07 4 Shayna Bäck.................... vs. IUPUI, 10/22/06 4 Shayna Bäck............vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Shots: 10 Jennifer Wieand..................vs. YSU, 10/30/07 8 Lisa Conway.......................vs. YSU, 10/25/06 7 Natalie Daniels................. vs. IUPUI, 9/18/11 7 Jennifer Wieand......vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 7 Jennifer Wieand.................. vs. IUPUI, 9/4/07 Saves: 18 Allie Zajaros.......vs. Bowling Green, 10/1/04 15 Allie Zajaros..................... vs. Detroit, 10/8/04 13 Kelly Zinkiewich............. vs. Butler, 10/28/07 13 Ashley Kidwell.......vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 13 Ashley Kidwell.........vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/04 12 Erin Withrow................... vs. Detroit, 10/7/05 12 Kelly Zinkiewich...........at Ohio State, 9/8/10 11 Kelly Zinkiewich......vs. Milwaukee, 10/9/09 10 Becky Williams.................vs. Loyola, 9/30/11 10 Becky Williams.............. at Air Force, 9/11/11 10 Kelly Zinkiewich......vs. Milwaukee, 9/26/10


Career Records N atalie D aniels ’ 19 G oals A re T he M ost B y A P layer I n S chool H istory Goals: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........19 2. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 13 3. Shayna Bäck, 2006-08............... 12 Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........12 5. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............... 8 6. Ashley Walchack, 2005-06......... 5 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08...............5 Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07......5 9. Valerie Stahl, 2009-SA................. 4 Jamie Avona, 2009-SA.................. 4 Marley Greiner, 2007-10............ 4 Allie Riczo, 2007-10.................... 4 Jessica McCloy, 2007-10.............4 Assists: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........19 2. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 10 Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........10 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08...............8 5. Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10................. 6 Shayna Bäck, 2006-08................. 6 7. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07..........5 Jessica Bound, 2009-11...............5 Marley Greiner, 2007-10............ 5 10. Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07......4 Points: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........57 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........34 3. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 32 4. Shayna Bäck, 2006-08............... 30 5. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............. 19 6. Abbie Kakias, 2004-08.............18 7. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 16 8. Marley Greiner, 2007-10.......... 13 9. Ashley Walchack, 2005-06....... 12 10. Valerie Stahl, 2009-SA............... 11 Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07.... 11

Shots: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11........177 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007-08......120 3. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07...... 119 4. Abbie Kakias, 2005-08.............83 5. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 73 6. Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 71 7. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07............... 70 8. Jamie Avona, 2009-SA................ 43 9. Marley Greiner, 2007-10.......... 42 10. Ashley Walchack, 2005-06....... 36 Shots On Goal: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........99 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007-08........80 3. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07........54 4. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 39 5. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07............... 38 6. Abbie Kakias, 2005-08.............36 7. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 28 8. Marley Greiner, 2007-10.......... 22 9. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............. 20 10. Jamie Avona, 2009-SA................ 19 Allie Riczo

Saves: 1. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007-10.....386 2. Erin Withrow, 2005-06........... 210 3. Ashley Kidwell, 2004-06....... 173 4. Allie Zajaros, 2004-05.............. 88 5. Becky Williams, 2011...............64 6. Shannon Saunders, 2007-10.... 32 Shutouts: 1. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007-10.......15 2. Becky Williams, 2011.................5 3. Erin Withrow, 2005-06............... 2 Games Played: 1. Allie Riczo, 2006-10.................. 79 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........78 3. Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07....77 4. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07........76 5. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 76 6. Abbie Kakias, 2005-08.............75 7. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07............... 74 Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........74 9. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007-10.......72 10. Maggie Pugliese, 2004-08........69 Games Started: 1. Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........77 2. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07........75 Allie Riczo, 2006-10.................. 75 4. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........74 Abbie Kakias, 2005-08.............74 Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07....74 7. Kelly Zinkieiwich, 2007-10.....72 Shayna Bäck, 2004-07............... 72 9. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 60 Maggie Pugliese, 2004-08........60 2012 Returners in Italics

Ashley Kidwell

Natalie Daniels

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Records & Year By Year Leaders CSU S cored A S ingle S eason H igh 25 G oals I n 2011 TEAM MATCH RECORDS Goals............................................ 6 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Most Goals Allowed................................13 at Detroit, 10/8/04 Assists.......................................... 5 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Points......................................... 17 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Shots........................................... 25 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Fewest Shots Allowed................. 2 vs. Delaware State, 9/9/07 Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed.........0 vs. Green Bay, 9/24/10 Largest Margin of Victory......... 6 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Largest Home Crowd.................... 682 vs. Kent State, 8/27/04 Largest Away Crowd................. 1,431 at Washington, 9/17/10 TEAM SEASON RECORDS Most Wins........................................................................ 10 (2011) Most Ties.................................................................. 2 (2010, 2011) Highest Winning Percentage..................................... .578 (2011) Most Goals....................................................................... 25 (2011) Fewest Goals................................................................. 4 (2004) Most Goals Allowed....................................................... 95 (2004) Fewest Goals Allowed............................................... 22 (2011) Most Assists..................................................................... 21 (2011) Fewest Assists Allowed............................................. 16 (2011) Most Shots Attempted.................................................. 211 (2011) Most Shots Allowed................................................. 566 (2004) Most PK’s Attempted....................................................... 4 (2011) Most PK’s Made....................................... 1 (2009, 2010, 2011) Most Opponent PK’s Attempted.................................... 6 (2005) Most Opponent PK’s Made........................................ 6 (2005) Most Goalkeeper Saves................................................ 215 (2004) Most Matches Played.................................20 (2004, 2006, 2007) Fewest Matches Played............................................. 18 (2009) Consecutive Wins.............................................................. 4 (2008) Most Shutouts.................................................................... 7 (2010)

INDIVIDUAL Most Points, Match Most Goals, Match Most Assists, Match (CSU players only)

Krenzler Field Records 6 - Ashley Walchack, CSU vs. Delaware State, 8-27-06 3 - Ashley Walchack, CSU vs. Delaware State, 8-27-06 3 - Lisa Conway, CSU vs. Delaware State, 8-27-06

TEAM Most Goals Scored, CSU 6 - CSU vs. Delaware State, 8-27-06 Most Goals Scored, Opponent 7 - Milwaukee, 10-10-08 Most Goals Scored, Both Teams 7 - Valparaiso 5, CSU 2, 9-11-05 Largest CSU Victory Margin 6 - CSU 6, Delaware State 0, 8-27-06 Largest Opponent Victory Margin 7 - Milwaukee 7, CSU 0, 10-10-08 Most Shots on Goal 15 - CSU vs. Youngstown State, 10-30-07 Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed 0 - CSU vs. Green Bay, 9-24-10

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Points 2004..........................Amber Rasmussen, 5 2005.................................. Ashley Spahn, 6 2006...................................Shayna Bäck, 13 2007............................ Jennifer Wieand, 19 2008..............................Natalie Daniels, 16 2009................................ Marley Greiner, 8 2010..............................Natalie Daniels, 23 2011................................ Taylor Vidovic, 15 Goals 2004.............................. Jennifer Wieand, 2 2005.................................. Ashley Spahn, 3 2006.....................................Shayna Bäck, 6 2007.............................. Jennifer Wieand, 8 2008................................Natalie Daniels, 5 2009................................ Marley Greiner, 3 2010................................Natalie Daniels, 9 2011.................................. Taylor Vidovic, 7 Assists 2004..........................Amber Rasmussen, 3 2005.................................... Lisa Conway, 3 ...................................... Jennifer Wieand, 3 2006.................................... Lisa Conway, 7 2007.....................................Shayna Bäck, 4 2008................................Natalie Daniels, 6 2009................................ Marley Greiner, 2 ........................................Natalie Daniels, 2 ............................................. Sylvia Olsby, 2 2010................................Natalie Daniels, 5 2011.................................Natalie Daniels, 6 Saves 2004........................... Ashley Kidwell, 134 2005............................... Erin Withrow, 122 2006................................. Erin Withrow, 88 2007........................ Kelly Zinkiewich, 124 2008.......................... Kelly Zinkiewich, 78 2009.......................... Kelly Zinkiewich, 92 2010.......................... Kelly Zinkiewich, 92 2011...............................Becky Williams, 63


A wa r d s & H o n o r s T he V ikings H ave H ad N ine D ifferent P layers E arn A ll -L eague H onors ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE First Team Natalie Daniels, 2010, 2011 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010

Heather Clapacs

Second Team Heather Clapacs, 2004, 2005 Natalie Daniels, 2008, 2009 Valerie Stahl, 2010 Taylor Vidovic, 2011 Jennifer Wieand, 2007 All-Newcomer Team Heather Clapacs, 2004 Natalie Daniels, 2008 Frederike Dubeau, 2010 Shea Levi, 2011 Amber Rassmussen, 2004

Jennifer Wieand

Goalkeeper of the Year Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010 ALL-OHIO First Team Natalie Daniels, 2011 Valerie Stahl, 2011 Second Team Natalie Daniels, 2010 Jennifer Wieand, 2007 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010

Kelly Zinkiewich

The 2004 squad was the first women’s soccer team to play for Cleveland State.

Front Row (L-R): Rachel Johnson, Melissa Wood, Jennifer Wieand, Amber Rasmussen, Samantha Casey, Nicole Homsher, Heather Clapacs, Kelly Pankuch, Shayna Bäck. Back Row (L-R): Allie Zajaros, Jamie Burkhart, Elizabeth Norton, Katie Burke, Jessica Larsen, Madeline Singer, Maggie Pugliese, Jackie Pangle, Ivana Milovic, Abbie Kakias, Valerie Hill, Ashley Kidwell.


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