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2013 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 33

Name Sarah Wood Jane Piontkowski Kelcey Fischer Sarah Kaiser Marissa Sarsfield Amanda Sivic Lauren Mesaros Sabrina Abram Taylor Miller Shea Levi Frederike Dubeau Megan Barrick Chloe Fadenholz Samantha Sarmento Elise Sailors Erin O’Toole Brittney Koester Vickie Havas Haleigh Shingary Lynsay Strahorn Kaila Sargema Jen Janikowski Taylor Vidovic Meghan Zidonis Grace Condit Allie Sieradzki Taylor Stroh Sierra Davis

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

Pos. Yr. GK So. GK Fr. D/M Jr. F Fr. D Fr. F Jr. M So. D Jr. F Sr. M Jr. D Jr. M Fr. D So. D/M So. D So. M/D So. F So. F/M So. F Fr. F Jr. F Fr. D So. F Sr. D So. D Fr. M So. M Fr. GK Fr.

Hometown/High School Spokane, Wash./Lewis & Clark Greensburg, Pa./Latrobe Parma,Ohio/Normandy Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep Springdale, Pa./Springdale Broadview Heights, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Heights Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls Sarnia, Ontario/Northern Collegiate High Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake Williamsotwn, N.J./Williamstown Kent, Wash./Kentlake Gahanna, Ohio/Gahanna Lincoln Brookpark, Ohio/Berea Sylvania, Ohio/Sylvania Northwest Perry, Ohio/Perry Parma Heights, Ohio/Holy Name Sidney, Ohio/Sidney Stow, Ohio/Stow North Royalton, Ohio/Holy Name Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Canyon Country, Calif./Canyon Country Medina, Ohio/Medina Twinsburg, Ohio/Twinsburg Mentor, Ohio/Mentor Springboro, Ohio/Springboro Westerville, Ohio/Westerville North Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington South Park, Pa./South Park

Head Coach: Derrek Falor, 10th season Assistant Coaches: Dallas Boyer, 7th season; Heather Clapacs, 1st season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Eric Lapsansky, 3rd season


Cleveland State W omen ’ s soccer

g u i de contents

Roster..................IFC

Season Preview. .... 2-3

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

Coach Derrek Falor.. 20-21

Assistant Coaches... 22-23

Krenzler Field.................. 24

2012 Horizon League........... 25

2012 Stats/Results................ 26

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

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

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

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

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

2013 Schedule................... Back Cover

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.................................. 10th year Assistant Coaches.................... Dallas Boyer, .................. Heather Clapacs, 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 2013 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, Michael Ciu 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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Frederike Dubeau has been a key component of CSU’s defense for the last three seasons.

2013 Season Preview The 2013 season marks the 10th anniversary of the Cleveland State women’s soccer program and head coach Derrek Falor believes this is the deepest team he has had with close to 20 players capable of drawing a starting assignment. That depth should lead to a bigger rotation this year to help keep players healthier as the season wears on. The mix includes a number of veterans as well as newcomers who Falor believes will have an immediate impact on the program. The goal this year is to play at a faster tempo, utilizing 20 to 22 players per match and not burning anyone out during the first few weeks of the season. “This is a deep roster and there won’t be a drop off from the starters to reserves at each position,” Falor said. “There will be times this year when we substitute three or four at a time, but that will help us keep players fresh and reduce the amount of minutes everyone plays. “We want to play at a faster tempo this year and defend with pressure. In order to do that, each player is going to have to bring something to the field when called upon and I think we will see our subs having a larger impact on games this year with the energy they will be expected to bring.” GOALKEEPERS Sophomore Sarah Wood is the most experienced goalkeeper in the program, having played in 17 matches with 14 starts in her two years at CSU. Wood, who missed all but two games with a knee injury in 2011, started 12 matches last season, recording 61 saves and a .693 save percentage. “Sarah has all the physical tools to be one of the top goalkeepers in the league,” Falor said. “She is technically very sound.” A pair of freshmen, Sierra Davis and Jane Piontkowski, will also battle for minutes in the net. Davis missed her senior season at South Park H.S. after a knee injury, but posted a 62-7-5 mark with 52 shutouts during her career. An all-state pick as a junior, she allowed just 34 goals over three seasons. “Sierra and Jane are both very good goalkeepers,” Falor said. “They bring a lot of energy to the field, have good lateral movement and communicate very well.” DEFENSE The CSU defense returns several key pieces, including senior three-year starter Frederike Dubeau who will anchor the backline. One of the most physical defenders in the Horizon League,

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Dubeau was one of just three players to start all 17 matches last year and has started all but one of her 54 career matches. “Freddy has been playing back in Washington this summer and the environment has been great for her,” Falor said. “She will be moving back to a role as a center back that fits her better and will allow her to play pressure free.” Also returning to the backline as a center back next to Dubeau is junior Sabrina Abram, who has started 19 of the 22 career matches she has played in. “Sabrina was never able to get fully healthy last year, but had a much better spring,” Falor said. “She is as fit as anyone and was very assertive and took control in the spring.” The quartet of Chloe Fadenholz, Kelcey Fischer, Jen Jankowski and Samantha Sarmento give Falor a number of options to combine at outside back, a position he wants to see be more dynamic this year, especially on the attack. “We will have the ability to experiment in the preseason and find the right combination that can drive the attack,” Falor said. “We want to take more risks this year and push the outside backs up and into one-on-one attacks against defenders to put pressure on the opponent. Each of the four players bring something different to the field and I am excited to see how this evolves.” Fadenholz played in 16 matches last year, making eight starts and ranked fifth on the team with five points on two goals and one assist. Fischer played 12 matches last year, scoring three goals. That came on the heels of Fischer playing in all 19 matches with 16 starts as a freshman. Jankowski returns to the lineup after a knee injury cost her all but seven games last year. She was a first team All-Ohio selection as a senior at Medina H.S. wen she was regarded as one of the top defenders in the state. Sarmento saw action in four matches with one start last season, tallying the assist in CSU’s 1-0 win over Duquesne. Freshman Elise Sailors, who joined the team in mid-September last year but didn’t play in any matches, was very impressive in the spring and will push for time. “Elise has been a very pleasant surprise for us,” Falor said. “She has a very positive attitude and is very consistent.” Sophomore Megan Zidonis, as well as freshmen Grace Condit and Marissa Sarsfield, will also vie for time. An all-league pick as a senior, Sarsfield helped Springdale H.S. to the state semifinals three times in her career, while Condit was a first team all-league selection as a senior at Springboro H.S.


Season Preview MIDFIELD Falor will combine a talented group of returnees with a solid batch of underclassmen to form the midfield nucleus. Headlining the group is junior Shea Levi, an all-newcomer team selection as a freshman, who has handled the central midfield position during her first two seasons. She has started 30 of her 34 career matches, amassing two goals and one assist. “Shea is very good at possessing the ball and setting up people in the attack,” Falor said. “She is a very good facilitator and this role works very well for her because she is able to get any number of players going offensively.” Falor and his staff will need to find who compliments Levi on the field, but with sophomores Allie Sieradzki, Erin O’Toole and freshman Megan Barrick capable of filling the role, Falor is excited to see how it plays out. “This will be an interesting battle because all three players bring something different to the field,” Falor said. “Allie and Erin are physical and can play on both ends of the field and Megan is extremely polished for a freshman. We need someone who is a little more defensive minded and can do some grunt work. Our goal in the preseason is to mix some different combinations and see what works best for us.” Sieradzki is a physical presence who can work from box to box. Last season, she scored one goal while just scratching the surface of collegiate soccer. O’Toole is another physical player who was a key member of CSU’s defense last year, playing in 16 matches with nine starts. Barrick was a team captain as a senior at Gahanna H.S., helping her team to a league and district titles as a junior. Junior Lauren Mesaros has not been able to get on the field during her two years in the program because of injuries, but does provide the squad with experience. FORWARD Falor has manned the program with a ton of offensive firepower up front with the hopes of improving on the 22 goals scored last season. The group of senior Taylor Vidovic, junior Amanda Sivic, sophomore Vickie Havas and freshmen Sarah Kaiser and Haleigh Shingary will be the driving force behind scoring points this year and will fight for the four starting spots during the preseason.

Vickie Havas was named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team last year.

A second team all-league selection as a sophomore when she scored seven goals, Vidovic garnered much of the attention from opposing defenses last season, but still managed to dish out three assists. Her eight career goals are tied for sixth most all-time at CSU. Miller has played in 33 matches with eight starts in her career, scoring one goal. Sivic will add a fresh face up front as she returns to Cleveland after spending two years at Dayton where she played in 22 games. A two-time All-Ohio honoree at Brecksville-Broadview Heights, Sivic earned conference MVP honors as a senior. “Amanda will be one of the best attackers we have had in the program,” Falor said. “She is happy to be here and already has two years of experience playing collegiate soccer. She has seen a lot and knows what it takes to be successful at this level.” Havas earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Newcomer team last season when she ranked second in the league in assists (5) and fourth in goals (5) and points (15). She managed at least one point in eight of the 15 matches she appeared in. “Vickie will have a little more freedom this year and the hope is to let her be a little more creative with the ball,” Falor said. “She will not inhabit just one spot on the field this year and when she has the ball at her feet and space, she has the potential to be extremely dangerous.” Shingary was one of the top players during the preseason last year, but had her season cut short when she injured her knee in an exhibition contest. She had a very successful high school career at Holy Name, scoring 32 career goals and earning all-conference honors four times. Kaiser could prove to be the wild card up front. A scoring machine at Mercyhurst Prep, she concluded her career as the all-time leader in goals (105) and assists (74) in program history. As a senior, she was the District 10 Player of the Year and an all-state pick after totaling 32 goals and 28 assists. She led her squad to a 22-0-3 mark and a state championship as a sophomore and was a four-time all-region selection and three-time all-region honoree. “Sarah’s high school career speaks for itself and she will add scoring punch to our attack right away,” Falor said. “She is a clinical finisher and can score in a variety of ways around the goal. I expect her to have an impact for us from day one.” Senior Taylor Miller, junior Lynsay Strahorn and sophomore Brittany Koester are the next level of forwards and will be counted on to provide a spark and energy when called upon in game situations. Miller has played in 33 games during her career with eight starts and tallied one goal and one assist. Strahorn is a speedster who scored two goals as a freshman, while Koester played in 11 contests last year, including starts in the final two games. She scored her first career goal in a win over Francis Marion. Freshmen Kaila Sargema and Taylor Stroh will add depth to the forward position as they learn the collegiate game. Sargema arrives at CSU after scoring 30 career goals and earning all-league honors twice at Canyon Country H.S. in California, while Stroh was part of an Upper Arlington H.S. squad that captured a district title her sophomore year.

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11 F r e d e r i k e D u b e a u S e n i o r // D // K e n t , W a s h . // K e n t l a k e 2012 - Junior season Was one of three players to play in and start all 17 matches... was once again one of CSU’s key defensive players... recorded lone point of season with assist in win over Longwood (9/16)... tallied seven shots on goal. 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, second lowest in program history. 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.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP 19 18 17 54

DUBEAU’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 18 1 1 18 9 1 17 7 0 53 17 2

Ast 0 2 1 3

Pts 2 4 1 7


9 T ay l o r M i l l e r S e 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 2012 - Junior season Received action in nine matches, making four starts... recorded three shots. 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.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

GP 13 11 9 33

MILLER’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 3 5 1 1 6 0 4 3 0 8 14 1

Ast 1 0 0 1

Pts 3 0 0 3

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23 T ay l o r V i d o v i c S e 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 2012 - Junior season Started all 15 matches she appeared in... missed season opener against Kent State (8/19) and season finale at Milwaukee (10/26) with injuries... ranked second on the team and tied for ninth in the Horizon League with three assists... assisted on goals in wins over IUPUI (8/24), Longwood (9/16) and Francis Marion (10/6)... totaled 20 shots. 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...marketing major.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Career

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GP 14 18 15 47

VIDOVIC’S CAREER STATS GS Shoats Goals 5 5 1 18 21 7 15 20 0 38 46 8

Ast 2 1 3 6

Pts 4 15 3 22


8 Sabrina Abram J u n i o r // D // 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 2012 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in six matches and made five starts... came in as a reserve in win at Bowling Green (8/19)... was part of CSU’s defensive unit. 2011 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 16 matches, making 14 starts... was part of CSU defense that allowed a schoolrecord 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... mechanical engineering major.

Year 2011 2012 Career

GP 16 6 22

ABRAM’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 14 0 0 5 0 0 19 0 0

Ast 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

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3 K e l c e y F i sc h e r J u n i o r // M/D // P a r m a , O h i o // N o r m a n d y 2012 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Saw action in 12 matches, making three starts... started first two games of the season... tied for third on team with three goals... netted first goal of season at Eastern Illinois (8/26)... tallied a goal in 4-1 win over Francis Marion (10/6) and in loss at Youngstown State (10/10)... notched 10 shots, including five at YSU, four of which were on goal. 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... health sciences major.

Year 2011 2012 Career

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GP 19 12 31

FISCHER’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 16 30 1 3 10 3 19 40 4

Ast 1 0 1

Pts 3 6 9


10 S h e a L e v i J u n i o r // M // 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 2012 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 15 matches and made 14 starts... came in as a reserve for only match at Duquesne (9/23)... scored lone goal of season in 4-1 win over Francis Marion (10/6)... recorded 20 shots, including seven at IUPUI (8/24). 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... health sciences major.

Year 2011 2012 Career

GP 19 15 34

GS 16 14 30

LEVI’S CAREER STATS Shots Goals 13 1 20 1 33 2

Ast 1 0 1

Pts 3 2 5

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20 L y n s ay S t r a h o r n J u n i o r // F // 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 2012 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in nine matches and made five starts... tallied lone point of season with assist at IUPUI (8/24)... totaled six shots, including three at Canisius (9/2). 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... psycology and pre-med major.

Year 2011 2012 Career

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GP 17 9 26

STRAHORN’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 5 11 2 5 6 0 10 17 2

Ast 2 1 3

Pts 6 1 7


13 C h l o e F a d e n h o l z S o ph o m o r e // D // B r o o k pa r k , O h i o // B e r e a 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 16 of the 17 matches, making eight starts... missed game against Akron (9/7)... finished fifth on team with five points on two goals and one assist... scored first goal in 2-1 win at Bowling Green (8/19)... second goal came in win over Longwood (9/16)... dished out assist at Eastern Illinois (8/26)... totaled 18 shots, including six on goal. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three times in soccer... earned first team allleague 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. Year 2012 Career

GP 16 16

FADENHOLZ’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 8 18 2 8 18 2

Ast 1 1

Pts 5 5

18 V i c k i e H ava s S o ph o m o r e // F // S t o w , O h i o // S t o w M u n r o e -F a l l s 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Started all 15 matches she played in, missing contests against Francis Marion (10/6) and Milwaukee (10/26) with injuries... earned spot on Horizon League All-Newcomer team... tallied at least one point in eight of the 15 contests... tied for second in league with five assists, was fourth with 15 points and tied for fourth with five goals... dished out assists on both CSU goals in 2-1 win at Bowling Green (8/19)... scored first career goal at Eastern Illinois (8/26)... tallied a goal and an assist in win over Longwood (9/16)... assisted on lone goal in overtime win against Green Bay (10/3). 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 all-district 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. Year 2012 Career

GP 15 15

GS 15 15

HAVAS’ CAREER STATS Shots Goals 37 5 37 5

Ast 5 5

Pts 15 15

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22 J e n J a n k o w s k i S o ph o m o r e // D // M e d i n a , O h i o // M e d i n a 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in first seven games, making four starts... missed the rest of the season with a knee injury... was a key member of CSU’s defensive unit. 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 21-12... 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... nursing major. Year 2012 Career

GP 7 7

JANKOWSKI’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 4 0 0 4 0 0

Ast 0 0

Pts 0 0

17 B r i t t n e y K o e s t e r S o ph o m o r e // F // S i d n e y , O h i o // S i d n e y 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 11 contests, starting the final two games of the season... scored first career goal in 4-1 win over Francis Marion (10/6)... finished season with six shots, including three on goal.

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... criminology major.

Year 2012 Career

12

GP 11 11

KOESTER’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 2 6 1 2 6 1

Ast 0 0

Pts 2 2


7 Lauren Mesaros Sophomore // M // Olmsted Falls, Ohio // Olmsted Falls 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Missed season with an injury. 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. MESAROS’ CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2012 Injured - DNP Career 0 0 0 0

Ast

Pts

0

0

16 E r i n O’T o o l e S o ph o m o r e // M/D // P a r m a H e i g h t s , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 16 of the 17 matches... made nine starts, including a starting assignment in the first six matches and eight of the first nine as a key member of CSU’s backline... scored first career goal in win over Longwood (9/16). 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. Year 2012 Career

GP 16 16

O’TOOLE’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 9 4 1 9 4 1

Ast 0 0

Pts 2 2

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14 S a m a n t h a S a r m e n t o S o ph o m o r e // M/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 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in four games, making lone start at Duquesne (9/23)... tallied lone point of season with assist on CSU’s lone goal at Duquese. 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.

Year 2012 Career

GP 4 4

SARMENTO’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 1 0 0 1 0 0

Ast 1 1

Pts 1 1

26 A l l i e S i e r a d z k i S o ph o m o r e // M // W e s t e rv i l l e , O h i o // N o rt h 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 15 contests and made eight starts, including season opener against Kent State (8/17)... scored lone goal of season, the game-winner seven minutes into overtime, in 2-1 victory at Bowling Green (8/19)... totaled nine shots with six coming on goal. 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.

Year 2012 Career

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GP 15 15

SIERADZKI’S CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 8 9 1 8 9 1

Ast 0 0

Pts 2 2


1 Sarah Wood S o ph o m o r e // GK // S p o k a n e , W a s h . // L e w i s & C l a r k 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 15 matches, making 12 starts as team’s primary netminder... posted 61 saves, a .693 save percentage and a 2.02 goals against average... lone shutout came when she recorded six saves in 1-0 overtime win against Green Bay (10/3)... made season-high eight saves versus Wright State (10/20)... notched seven saves in 5-1 win at IUPUI (8/24). 2011 - REDSHIRT SEASON 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 allleague 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... economics major. Year 2011 2012 Career

GP 2 15 17

WOOD’S CAREER STATS GS GA GAA 2 4 2.01 12 27 2.02 14 31 2.02

SV 4 61 65

SV% .500 .693 .597

24 Megan Zidonis S o ph o m o r e // D // M e n t o r , O h i o // M e n t o r 2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON Saw lone action of the season in a 4-1 win over Francis Mario. 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. Year 2012 Career

GP 1 1

ZIDONIS’ CAREER STATS GS Shots Goals 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ast 0 0

Pts 0 0

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12 M e g a n B a r r i c k F r e s h m a n // M // G a h a n n a , O h i o // G a h a n n a HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years (2009-12)... started at center back her first three years before moving up to center mid her final season... helped team to 15 wins and conference and district titles her junior year... served as team captain as a senior.

keting major.

PERSONAL Born Feb. 20, 1995 in Westerville, Ohio... daughter of Jeff and Diane Barrick... has two brothers... older brother, Tommy, was an All-American soccer player at Northern Kentucky... business mar-

25 G r a c e C o n d i t F r e s h m a n // D // S p r i n g b o r o , O h i o // S p r i n g b o r o HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years... first team all-league and second team all-south Dayton as a senior... was a second team all-league and third team all-south Dayton as a junior... helped team to a 15-3 mark and the league title in 2012. PERSONAL Born Jan. 20, 1995, in Springboro, Ohio... daughter of John and Chris Condit... has one brother and three sisters... communications major.

33 S i e r r a D av i s F r e s h m a n // GK // S o u t h P a r k , P a // S o u t h P a r k HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter in goal at South Park H.S... missed senior season after suffering knee injury in spring... went 62-7-5 in her career with 52 shutouts... allowed just 34 goals over three seasons... led team to three sectional titles and three straight appearances in state semifinals... team captain as a junior and senior... all-section and All-WPIAL honoree as a sophomore and junior... all-state selection her junior season. PERSONAL Born Oct. 18, 1994, in South Park, Pa... daughter of Jim Davis and Denise Sonson... business marketing major.

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4 Sarah Kaiser F r e s h m a n // F // E r i e , P a // M e r ch y h u r s t P r e p HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner who helped Mercyhurst Prep to a combined 74-13-4 record in her four years... concluded career as all-time leader in goals (105) and assists (74) in program history... earned allstate honors and was District 10 Player of the Year as a senior, finishing year with 32 goals and 28 assists and helping team to state semifinals... four-time all-region pick and three-time all-district honoree.. helped team to a 22-0-3 mark and state championship as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born April 4, 1994, in Erie, Pa... daughter of Vitus and Brenda Kaiser... has one brother and two sisters... older sister, Samantha, played three years of soccer at Duquesne and one season at Edinboro... graphic design major.

2 Jane Piontkowski F r e s h m a n // GK // G r e e n s b u r g , P a // L at r o b e HIGH SCHOOL Earned letters as a sophomore and senior, missing junior year due to knee injury... team Defensive Player of the Year and 2012 WPIAL all-section team as a senior... selected to 2011 ODP West. PERSONAL Born Aug. 8, 1995, in Clarkston, Mich... daughter of David and Ann Piontkowski... has one brother... member of National Honors Society... health sciences major.

15 E l i s e S a i l o r s F r e s h m a n // D // P e r ry , O h i o // P e r ry HIGH SCHOOL Named team MVP as a junior and senior, while also earning first team all-conference accolades... honorable mention all-area as a senior... was a second team all-conference pick her first two seasons. PERSONAL Born May 15, 1994, in Perry, Ohio... daughter of Frank Sailors... has one brother and one sister... member of high school honor roll for all four years... early childhood education major.

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21 K a i l a S a r g e m a F reshman // F // C anyon C ountry , C alif . // C anyon C ountry HIGH SCHOOL Earned three letters as a forward... was top goal scorer and team offensive MVP as a sophomore and junior... selected to all-league team as a sophomore and junior... was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman... finished high school career with 30 goals. PERSONAL Born January 19, 1995, in Northridge, Calif... daughter of Greg and Pam Sargema... has one sister... criminology major.

5 M a r i ss a S a r sf i e l d F r e s h m a n // D // S p r i n g d a l e , P a // S p r i n g d a l e HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years as a defender, helping team to state semifinals three times and a pair of state runner-up finishes... all-section and all-league pick as a senior... selected to compete in the WPIAL All Star game as a senior.

engineering major.

PERSONAL Born April 7, 1995, in Springdale, Pa... daughter of JP and Carol Sarsfield... has one sister, Alexa, who plays soccer at Robert Morris... father played football at Washington & Jefferson... chemical

19 H a l e i g h S h i n g a r y F r e s h m a n // F // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2012 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted after injuring knee in preseason. 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.

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6 Amanda Sivic Junior // F // Broadview Heights, Ohio // Brecksville-Broadview Heights PRE-CLEVELAND STATE Spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as a reserve forward at Dayton... played in 22 games during her two-year career... member of the 2011 Preseason Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team... played in 15 games as a freshman... tallied 12 shots over her two years. HIGH SCHOOL Earned first team All-Ohio honors as a senior after earning second team accolades as a sophomore... named NSCAA All-Region IV first team, conference and team MVP as a senior... two-time all-conference first team selection and all-Greater Cleveland first team pick, earning honors in 2008 and 2010... named to Super-Y National Finals All-Tournament team... part of Super-Y Midwest Regional champions in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010...finished as State Cup runners-up in 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011 State Cup Finalists. PERSONAL Born Nov. 5, 1992... daughter of Larry and Susan Sivic...has a younger sister and younger brother...born Nov. 5, 1992... Pre-Physical Therapy major.

27 T ay l o r S t r o h F reshman // M // U pper A rlington , O hio // U pper A rlington HIGH SCHOOL Earned two letters... part of team that won league championship and advanced to regional finals her freshman year... helped team to district title and regional semifinals as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born October 27, 1994, in Columbus, Ohio... daughter of Dave and Deb Stroh... has one brother and one sister... business major.

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Derrek Falor H e a d C o a ch // 10 t h S e a s o n A t CSU // 16 t h S e a s o n

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Derrek Falor, who has built the Cleveland State women’s soccer program from the ground up over the last decade, returns to Cleveland State for his 10th season as the head coach of the women’s soccer program with one goal in mind: continue to climb the Horizon League ledger and win the league championship. The only coach in program history, 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 and eight second team All-Horizon League selections, six All-Ohio honorees and the 2010 Horizon League Goalkeeper of the Year. Last year’s squad battled injuries from the start of the season to finish 6-11. However, a total of 17 letterwinners return from that youthful squad and combined with one of the top recruiting classes under Falor, the Vikings are poised to show improvement. The 2011 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. Natalie Daniels also became the first player in school history to earn all-league honors in four consecutive seasons. 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 in 2011. 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 21-17-6 mark at home. A big believer in ball control offense, Falor has steadily improved his team’s scoring while concurrently tightening up its defensive play.

Falor By The Numbers

3rd

Best league finish in CSU history (2010)

5

Horizon League wins in 2010

8

All-Horizon League picks under Falor

10

Number of seasons at Cleveland State

10

Wins in 2011, most in program history

21

Program best assists in 2011

23

Four-year letterwinners under Falor

25

School record goals scored in 2011

44

Wins as head coach at CSU

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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 in 2011. 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 in 2011. Shots on goal have surged from 112 in the inaugural year to almost double in 2007 with 197 and a school-record 211 in 2011. 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 // 7 t h S e a s o n

Dallas Boyer is in his seventh 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.

H e at h e r C l a pa cs A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 1 s t S e a s o n

Heather Clapacs, one of the top players to come through the Cleveland State program, joins the coaching staff for her first season this year. A four-year letterwinner, Clapacs was part of the inaugural CSU women’s soccer team in 2004 and went on to earn four letters as a midfielder. She finished her career with one goal, four assists and six points. Her four assists are tied for seventh on the all-time list at CSU. Clapacs’ lone goal of her career was a memorable one, scoring the game-winning goal in the eighth minute of overtime in a 2-1 opeing round win over Youngstown State in the Horizon League tournament. It was CSU’s first-ever tournament triumph. Clapacs finished her career playing in 76 matches and made 75 starts, the second most in program history. She was a second team All-Horizon League pick in 2004 and 2005 and was a member of the all-newcomer team in 2004. She earned second team All-Ohio accolades in 2006.

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E r i c L a ps a n s k y V o l u n t e e r A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 3 r 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 third season as an assistant coach at Cleveland State. He works with the goalkeepers. Lapsansky spent the previous 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. He briefly played with the Cleveland Caps of the United States Indoor Soccer League in 1996 before beginning his coaching career as an assistant at Chagrin Falls High.

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 // 4 t h S e a s o n Chris Lacsamana is in his fourth 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. 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.

Tim Bilbrey H e a d S t r e n g t h & C o n d i t i o n i n g C o a ch // 1 s t S e a s o n Tim Bilbrey is in his first season as the head strength and conditioning coach at Cleveland State. He was appointed to the position in May of 2013. Prior to arriving at CSU, Bilbrey was the owner of 3D Sport Performance LLC in Cuyahoga Falls, where he assessed, designed and implemented training for clients, while providing training and education to collegiate and high school athletes to help them reach and achieve respective goals. Bilbrey served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach at Kent State from 2008-11, working with the football, baseball, field hockey, softball and women’s soccer teams, as well as the sprinters from the track and field squad. He was also an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Eastern Michigan from 2007-08, served a two-year stint as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach at Kent State (2005-07) and a three-month internship with the Detroit Tigers. Bilbrey earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology from Kent State in 2003 and his Master’s of Arts in Exercise Physiology from Kent State in 2007.

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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.

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The softball team hold preseason practices 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 system 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 Green Bay while the CSU men followed against Butler.


2012 H o r i z o n L e a g u e J a i m e A v o n a W a s A S e c o n d T e a m A l l -L e a g u e P i c k I n 2012 2012 Horizon League Final Standings

Horizon Overall

School

W L

T

Pts.

Detroit

5

0

15

Milwaukee Valparaiso

Youngstown State Wright State Loyola

Green Bay

Cleveland State

5 3 3

2

2

2 4

2

2

2

4

2 2

3

5

0 2

15

W L

T

9

1

8

9

7

3

9

9

5

6

.600

1

7

5

11

1

.324

2 0

8

6

8 8

6

9 9

11

0 3

0

First Team

Helen Steinhauser, Milwaukee Kaitlyn Quarrell, Detroit Lauren Patterson, Wright State Luisa Desario, Valparaiso Alyssa Riley, Detroit Kelly Lewers, Milwaukee Rachel Hoaglin, Valparaiso Jessica Hubly, Loyola Jade Flory, Youngstown State Kelsey Holbert, Milwaukee Nora Abolins, Detroit

.559

10

9

3

Pct.

.472

11

0

6

1

2012 Horizon League All-League Teams

.605 .471 .475

.353

2012 Horizon League Individual Statistics

Points Krissy Dorre, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Emilie Fillon, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Ini Umotong, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Vickie Havas, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Megan Braatz, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Chelsey Haney, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Jade Flory, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Jaime Avona, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kaitlyn Quarrell, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Abby McCollum, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Kelsey Holbert, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Goals Krissy Dorre, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Ini Umotong, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Emilie Fillon, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Jaime Avona, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Vickie Havas, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Megan Braatz, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Chelsey Haney, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Nine Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Assists Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Vickie Havas, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Kelsey Holbert, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Sara Dzuris, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Jade Flory, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Katie Hohmann, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Tara Ellis, Valpo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Taylor Vidovic, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 10 Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Game Winning Goals Emilie Fillon, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Krissy Dorre, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Jaime Avona, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 13 Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Shots Chelsey Haney, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Adrianna Guerrero, WSU . . . . . . . . . . 48 Ini Umotong, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Emilie Fillon, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Saves Brooke McCurdy, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Jamie Forbes, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Monica Gonyo, LUC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Kristen Manski, Valpo . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Sarah Wood, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Save Percentage Brooke McCurdy, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . .881 Nora Abolins, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870 Kristen Manski, Valpo . . . . . . . . . . . . .868 Monica Gonyo, LUC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .819 Jackie Podolsky, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . .804 Goals Against Average Kristen Manski, Valpo . . . . . . . . . . . . Nora Abolins, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brooke McCurdy, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . Monica Gonyo, LUC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jackie Podolsky, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0.54 0.55 0.65 0.95 1.10

Second Team

Megan Braatz, Green Bay Krissy Dorre, Milwaukee Chelsie Stoke, Loyola Jaime Avona, Cleveland State Abby McCollum, Detroit Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee Chelsea Haney, Youngstown State Allie Metzler, Wright State Sarah Dzuris, Detroit Valerie Gonyo, Loyola Brooke McCurdy, Wright State

All-Newcomer Team

Ini Umotong, Wright State Rita Craven, Valparaiso Sarrah Ludwig, Valparaiso Heather Brown, Detroit Mariah Vichich, Loyola Vickie Havas, Cleveland State Sydney Born, Green Bay Ashli Gogolin, Wright State Chelsey Haney, Youngstown State Tyesha Kizer, Youngstown State Jenny Fassbinder, Valparaiso Shay Sade, Youngstown State

Player of the Year

Helen Steinhauser, Milwaukee

2012 Horizon League Championship

Offensive Player of the Year

First Round - Oct. 30 #5 Wright State 1, #4 Youngstown State 1 (OT) #6 Loyola 1, #3 Valparaiso 0

Defensive Players of the Year

Semifinals - Nov. 2 #5 Wright State 1, #2 Detroit 0 #1 Milwaukee 1, #6 Loyola 0 (2OT) Championship - Nov. 4 #1 Milwaukee 1, #5 Wright State 0 (2OT)

Kaitlyn Quarrell, Detroit

Lauren Patterson, Wright State

Goalkeeper of the Year Nora Abolins, Detroit

Newcomer of the Year

Ini Umotong, Wright State

Coach of the Year

Mike Lupenec, Detroit

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2012 F i n a l S tat i s t i cs & R e s u l t s J a i m e A v o n a & V i c k i e H ava s T i e d F o r S e c o n d No. Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GP-GS 5 Havas, Vickie . . . . . . . . . . 15-15 15 Avona, Jaime . . . . . . . . . . 17-17 8 Stahl, Valerie . . . . . . . . . 17-17 3 Fischer, Kelcey . . . . . . . . 12-3 13 Fadenholz, Chloe . . . . . . 16-8 23 Vidovic, Taylor . . . . . . . 15-15 10 Levi, Shea . . . . . . . . . . . 15-14 26 Sieradzki, Allie . . . . . . . . 15-8 17 Koester, Brittney . . . . . . 11-2 16 O’Toole, Erin . . . . . . . . . . 16-9 2 Kurgan, Jackie . . . . . . . . 15-3 11 Dubeau, Frederike . . . . 17-17 20 Strahorn, Lynsay . . . . . . . 9-5 18 Zawie, Sarah . . . . . . . . . 17-12 4 Sarmento, Samantha . . . . 4-1 1 Wood, Sarah . . . . . . . . . 15-14 9 Miller, Taylor . . . . . . . . . . 9-4 6 Ragone, Carla . . . . . . . . 12-11 30 Jankowski, Jen . . . . . . . . . 7-4 28 Abram, Sabrina . . . . . . . . 6-5 25 Strongoli, Rachel . . . . . . . 3-0 24 Zidonis, Meghan . . . . . . . 1-0 21 Cowan, Emily . . . . . . . . . . 5-0 12 Oathout, Allison . . . . . . . 3-0 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 OPPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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A Pts. Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 5 15 37 .135 19 .514 0 0-0 2 12 34 .147 13 .382 3 0-0 1 7 14 .214 8 .571 0 1-1 0 6 10 .300 8 .800 0 0-0 1 5 18 .111 6 .333 1 0-0 3 3 20 .000 8 .400 0 0-0 0 2 20 .050 8 .400 0 0-0 0 2 9 .111 6 .667 1 0-0 0 2 6 .167 3 .500 0 0-0 0 2 4 .250 1 .250 0 0-0 2 2 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 1 1 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 1 1 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 1 1 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 19 63 199 .111 90 .452 5 1-1 32 102 213 .164 112 .526 12 1-1

No. Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GP-GS Min. GA Avg. Svs. Pct. 1 Wood, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . 15-14 1205:13 27 2.02 61 .693 00 Coleman, Becca . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 345:48 8 2.08 13 .619 TEAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 1551:01 35 2.03 77 .688 OPPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 1551:01 22 1.28 68 .756

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Goals CSU Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 12 13

1 1

1 0

22 35

Shots CSU Opponents

79 117 111 95

2 7

1 0

199 213

Saves CSU Opponents

38 20

36 47

3 1

0 0

77 68

Corner Kicks CSU 27 Opponents 40

29 44

1 1

1 0

58 85

96 119 84 94

3 3

0 0

218 181

Fouls CSU Opponents

8 21

Attendance CSU OPP Season Total 1,139 2,146 Avg. Per Game 7/163 10/215

Overall HL Date Opponent Result Score Record Record Att. CSU Goals (assist) Aug. 17 KENT STATE L 0-2 0-1-0 -- 311 -Aug. 19 at Bowling Green W 2-1 1-1-0 -- 378 Chloe Fadenholz (Vickie Havas) Allie Sieradzki (Vickie Havas) Aug. 24 at IUPUI W 5-1 2-1 -- -- Valerie Stahl (unassisted) Jaime Avona (Vickie Havas) Jaime Avona (Taylor Vidovic) Valerie Stahl (Lynsay Strahorn) Jaime Avona (Valerie Stahl) Aug 26 at Eastern Illinois LOT 2-3 2-2 -- 81 Kelcey Fischer (Chole Fadenholz) Vickie, Havas (unassisted) Sept. 2 at Canisius L 0-3 2-3 -- 453 -Sept. 7 AKRON L 0-2 2-4 -- 193 -Sept. 9 at Ohio University L 1-2 2-5 -- 481 Vickie Havas (Jackie Kurgan) Sept. 16 LONGWOOD W 3-1 3-5 -- 168 Erin O’Toole (Vickie Havas) Chloe Fadenholz (unassisted) Vickie Havas (Frederike Dubeau; Taylor Vidovic) Sept. 21 at Loyola L 0-1 3-6 0-1 200 -Sept. 23 at Duquesne L 1-2 3-7 0-1 185 Vickie Havas (Samantha Sarmento) Sept. 28 VALPARAISO L 1-2 3-8 0-2 221 Vickie Havas (Sarah Wood; Jaime Avona) Oct. 03 GREEN BAY W (2OT) 1-0 4-8 1-2 104 Jaime Avona (Vickie Havas) Oct. 06 FRANCIS MARION W 4-1 5-8 1-2 142 Shea Levi (Sarah Zawie) Jaime Avona (Jackie Kurgan) Kelcey Fischer (Jaime Avona) Brittney Koester (Taylor Vidovic) Oct. 10 at Youngstown State W 1-2 6-8 2-2 78 Kelcey Fisher (unassisted) Oct. 14 at Detroit Titans L 0-2 6-9 2-3 95 - Oct. 20 WRIGHT STATE L 1-5 6-10 2-4 192 Valerie Stahl (penalty kick) Oct. 26 at Milwaukee L 0-5 6-11 2-5 195 - 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 23 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............................... 2011-12 Arpidone, Emily.............................2007-08 Avone, Jaime........................ 2009-10-11-12 b Bäck, 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 Coleman, Becca.................................... 2012 Conway, Lisa...................................2005-06 Cowan, Emily................................. 2011-12 Crotteau, Abby.................................... 2011 d Daniels, Natalie................... 2008-09-10-11 Dubeau, Frederike....................2010-11-12 F Fadenholz, Chloe................................ 2012 Fischer, Kelcey................................ 2011-12 g Glennon, Rachel.............................2009-10 Greiner, Marley.................... 2007-08-09-10 h Havas, Vickie....................................... 2012 Hill, Valerie.......................................... 2004 Homsher, Nicole.................................. 2004 Howard, Nicole................... 2007-08-09-10

j Jankowski, Jen..................................... 2012 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 Koester, Brittany.................................. 2012 Kurgan, Jackie...................................... 2012

r Ragone, Carla.......................... 2009-10-11-12 Rasmussen, Amber.................2004-05-06-07 Riczo, Allie........................... 2006-08-09-10

m McCloy, Jessica......................... 2007-08-10 Miller, Taylor..............................2010-11-12 Milovic, Ivana...................................... 2004

s Salamon, Samantha............. 2008-09-10-11 Sadrnia, Parisa..................................... 2010 Sanker, Michelle.................................. 2005 Sarmento, Samantha........................... 2012 Saunders, Shannon............. 2007-08-09-10 Shay, Nekita......................................... 2007 Shertzer, Justine................................... 2010 Sieradzki, Allie.................................... 2012 Singer, Madeline.................................. 2004 Spahn, Ashley...................................... 2005 Stahl, Valerie........................ 2009-10-11-12 Strahorn, Lynsay............................ 2011-12 Strongoli, Rachel................................. 2012

N Newcomer, Nancy.............................. 2011

t Taylor, Marina...................... 2008-09-10-11

0 Oathout, Allison.................................. 2012 Olsby, Sylvia........................ 2007-08-09-10 O’Toole, Erin........................................ 2012

u Ultican, Danielle.................. 2006-07-08-09

L Levi, Shea........................................ 2011-12

p Pangle, Jackie....................................... 2004 Pankuch, Kelly..................................... 2004 Pugliese, Maggie.....................2004-06-07-08

Valerie Stahl

V Vidovic, Taylor...........................2010-11-12 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 Wood, Sarah......................................... 2012 z Zajaros, Allie...................................2004-05 Zawie, Sarah................................... 2011-12 Zidonis, Meghan................................. 2012 Zinkiewich, Kelly................ 2007-08-09-10

Shayna Bäck Danielle Ultican

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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 10 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

Oct.

10 15 17 22 26 29 1 4 6 8 13 20 22 25 28

at South Alabama L 0-1 AKRON L 0-1 at Cincinnati L 0-3 INDIANA STATE L 1-2 at Robert Morris L 0-2 at Detroit * L 0-7 at Butler * L 1-7 NOTRE DAME (OH) W 1-0 LOYOLA * L 0-3 MILWAUKEE * L 0-5 WRIGHT STATE * L 0-2 at Green Bay * L 0-4 IPFW W 2-1 YSU * L 1-3 at Milwaukee # L 1-4

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2011

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

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 2007 (5-14-1/1-6-1) 20 at Miami (OH) L 0-4 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 25 at IUPUI L 2-3 Aug. 31 ST. BONAVENTURE L 0-3 Sept. 2 DePAUL L 1-2 (OT) 27 at Wright State * L 1-2 4 at IPFW W 5-4 W 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 2 DETROIT * 4 LOYOLA * T 0-0 7 at Temple L 1-8 (2OT) 9 at Delaware State W 3-0 ^ match played at Mentor High School 9 at Milwaukee * L 0-8 14 at Akron L 0-1 2004 Home matches at Foltz Field 11 at Green Bay * L 1-5 16 CANISIUS L 1-2 (Strongsville, Ohio) 16 BUTLER * W 3-1 21 at Indiana State L 1-3 18 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 23 CINCINNATI L 1-4 2005 (0-18-1/0-6-1) 21 at Canisius L 0-4 28 ROBERT MORRIS W 3-1 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 25 at YSU * L 0-1 30 GREEN BAY * L 0-1 Aug. 28 at Kent State L 1-2 (OT) Sept. 2 at St. Francis (Pa.) L 0-3 Oct. 5 at Loyola * 2010 (9-8-2/5-3-0) L 0-3 4 at Ohio L 1-5 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 7 at Wright State * L 0-4 9 at Akron L 1-2 Aug. 22 MARSHALL W 3-2 12 at YSU * W 2-0 11 VALPARAISO L 2-5 27 GANNON W 3-0 19 at Milwaukee * L 0-6 16 at Bowling Green L 0-6 29 KENT STATE W 1-0 21 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 18 TOLEDO L 0-5 (2OT) 26 DETROIT * T 2-2 20 NIAGARA L 1-3 (2OT) Sept. 3 UMKC W 2-0 23 at Duquesne L 0-3 5 CANISIUS W 3-1 28 BUTLER * L 1-3 25 IPFW L 1-2 8 at Ohio State L 0-2 30 YSU # W 2-1 30 at Milwaukee * L 0-3 (OT) 10 OHIO T 1-1 Oct. 2 GREEN BAY * L 0-5 Nov. 3 at Milwaukee # L 0-1 (2OT) 7 DETROIT * L 1-2 12 at Bowling Green L 1-2 9 BUTLER * L 1-2 17 at Washington L 1-5 2008 (8-10-1/3-4-1) (OT) 19 at Seattle L 0-3 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 15 SOUTHERN UTAH L 0-2 Aug. 24 TOLEDO 24 GREEN BAY * W 1-0 L 0-3 21 at Wright State * L 1-5 26 MILWAUKEE * L 0-3 29 at St. Bonaventure L 1-4 28 at Loyola * L 0-5 Oct. 1 YSU * W 1-0 31 at Niagara L 1-2 30 at YSU * T 0-0 Sept. 3 AKRON 8 at Loyola * W 2-0 L 1-2 (2OT) 10 at Detroit * L 0-1 5 at Robert Morris W 2-1 Nov. 6 vs. Milwaukee # L 0-8 15 WRIGHT STATE * W 1-0 12 at Ohio W 2-1 22 at Valparaiso * W 2-0 14 EASTERN KENTUCKY W 1-0 2006 (3-17-0/0-7-0) 24 at Butler * L 0-1 19 IPFW W 2-0 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 30 DETROIT # L 1-2 21 at Kentucky L 0-4 Aug. 27 DELAWARE STATE W 6-0 26 WRIGHT STATE * T 0-0 28 at Kent State L 1-2 (2OT) (2OT) Oct. 3 at Detroit * L 0-4 Sept. 1 at Valparaiso L 1-4 5 LOYOLA * L 0-3 3 at IUPUI L 1-2 10 MILWAUKEE * L 0-7 at South Alabama Tournament 12 IUPUI W 2-0 8 vs. Nicholls State L 0-1 17 at Green Bay * W 2-1

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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 2012 (6-11-0/2-5-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 17 KENT STATE L 2-0 19 at Bowling Green W 2-1 (OT) 24 at IUPUI W 5-1 26 at Eastern Illinois L 3-2 (OT) Sept. 2 at Canisius L 3-0 7 AKRON L 2-0 9 at Ohio L 2-1 16 LONGWOOD W 3-1 21 at Loyola * L 1-0 23 at Duquesne L 2-1 28 VALPARAISO * L 2-1 Oct. 3 GREEN BAY * W 1-0 (2OT) 6 FRANCIS MARION W 4-1 10 at Youngstown State * W Forfeit 14 at Detroit * L 2-0 20 WRIGHT STATE * L 5-1 26 at Milwaukee * L 5-0 * 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 2013 S e a s o n W i l l B e T h e 10 t h I n P r o g r a m H i s t o ry HOME AWAY NEUTRAL Opponent W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T AKRON 0-5-0 0-3-0 0-2-0 - Air Force 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - BOWLING GREEN 1-4-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 - Butler 3-5-0 1-2-0 2-3-0 - CANISIUS 1-4-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 - Cincinnati 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - DePaul 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - Delaware State 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 - DETROIT 1-7-2 1-2-2 0-5-0 - Duquesne 1-3-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 - Eastern Illinois 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - Eastern Kentucky 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 - FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL First Meeting Francis Marion 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 - Gannon 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - GREEN BAY 3-6-0 2-2-0 1-4-0 - Indiana State 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - IPFW 3-2-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 - IUPUI 3-3-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 - KENT STATE 1-5-1 0-2-1 1-3-0 - Kentucky 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - Longwood 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 - Loyola 1-6-2 0-3-2 1-3-0 - MADONNA First Meeting Marshall 1-2-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 - UMASS-LOWELL First Meeting MIAMI (FLA) First Meeting Miami (Ohio) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - MILWAUKEE 0-13-0 0-5-0 0-6-0 0-2-0 Niagara 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 - Nicholls State 0-1-0 - - 0-1-0 Notre Dame (OH) 2-0-0 2-0-0 - - OAKLAND First Meeting OHIO 2-3-1 1-1-1 1-2-0 - Ohio State 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - ROBERT MORRIS 3-2-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 - Seattle 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 St. Bonaventure 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - St. Francis (Pa.) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - South Alabama 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - Southern Utah 0-1-0 0-1-0 - - Toledo 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - Temple 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - UMKC 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - Washington 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - WESTERN MICHIGAN First Meeting Wyoming 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - WRIGHT STATE 2-8-1 1-4-1 1-4-0 - VALPARAISO 1-8-0 0-4-0 1-4-0 - YOUNGSTOWN STATE 6-3-1 4-2-0 2-1-1 -

Last Score Meeting CSU-OPP 2012 0-2 2011 2-0 2012 2-1 (OT) 2011 1-0 2012 0-3 2007 1-4 2007 1-2 2007 3-0 2012 0-2 2012 1-2 2012 2-3 (OT) 2009 0-2 2012 2010 2012 2007 2008 2012 2012 2008 2012 2012

4-1 3-0 1-0 (2OT) 1-3 2-0 5-1 0-2 0-4 3-1 0-1

2010

3-2

2009 2012 2009 2006 2011

0-4 0-5 0-2 0-1 1-0

2012 2010 2011 2010 2008 2005 2006 2005 2008 2007 2010 2010

1-2 0-2 3-2 0-3 1-4 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-8 2-0 1-5

2011 2012 2012 2012

2-1 1-5 1-2 Won by forfeit

CSU IN HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

Year Round 2004 Quarterfinals 2005 Quarterfinals

Opponent Result Milwaukee L, 1-4 at Indianapolis, Ind. 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 RECORD BREAKDOWN All-Time.........................................44-119-8 Home..........................................26-47-7 Road............................................18-69-1 Neutral...........................................0-3-0 Overtime..............................................6-6-9 vs. Horizon League........................16-46-6 Horizon League Tournament...........1-7-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

Year Record 2004 0-20-0 2005 0-18-1 2006 3-17-0 2007 5-14-1 2008 8-10-1 2009 3-14-1 2010 9-8-2 2011 10-7-2 2012 6-11-0 Total 44-119-8

Home 0-9-0 0-8-0 3-6-0 2-7-1 4-4-1 2-4-1 7-2-2 5-3-2 3-4-0 26-47-7

Away Neutral 0-10-0 0-1-0 0-9-1 0-1-0 0-10-0 0-1-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 4-6-0 0-0-0 1-10-0 0-0-0 2-6-0 0-0-0 5-4-0 0-0-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 18-69-1 0-3-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR HORIZON LEAGUE Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

Record 0-7-0 0-6-1 0-7-0 1-6-1 3-4-1 2-5-1 5-3-0 3-3-2 2-5-0 16-46-6

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

Coach Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor

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Individual Season Records Ashley W alchack & J aime Avona H ave The O nly H at Tricks 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 Jaime Avona, 2012......................5 Vickie Havas, 2012.....................5 Assists: 1. Lisa Conway, 2006...................... 7 2. Natalie Daniels, 2011.................6 Natalie Daniels, 2008.................6 4. Natalie Daniels, 2010.................5 Vickie Havas, 2012.....................5 6. Jessica Bound, 2010....................4 Jennifer Wieand, 2008................4 Shayna Bäck, 2007...................... 4 Points: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2010...............23 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007..............19 3. Natalie Daniels, 2008...............16 Shayna Bäck, 2007.................... 16 5. Vickie Havas, 2012...................15 Taylor Vidovic, 2011.................15 7. Shayna Bäck, 2006.................... 14 8. Lisa Conway, 2006.................... 13 9. Jaime Avona, 2012....................12 Natalie Daniels, 2011...............12

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. Vickie Havas, 2012...................37 Natalie Daniels, 2008...............37 8. Jaime Avona, 2012....................34 9. Shayna Bäck, 2007.................... 32 10. Shayna Bäck, 2006.................... 31 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. Vickie Havas, 2012...................19 9. Jennifer Wieand, 2005..............17 Natalie Daniels, 2009...............17 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. Sarah Wood, 2012..................... 61

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS Goals: 3 Jaime Avona........................at IUPUI, 8/24/12 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 Jaime Avona........................at IUPUI, 8/24/12 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 Done 8 Times; last by Taylor Vidovic . ............................. vs. Youngstown State, 10/20/11 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. Jamie Avona, 2009-12.................9 6. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............... 8 Valerie Stahl, 2009-12................. 8 8. Ashley Walchack, 2005-06......... 5 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08...............5 Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07......5 Vickie Havas, 2012-SA................. 5 Assists: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11..........19 2. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 10 Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08........10 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08...............8 5. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............... 6 Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10................. 6 Shayna Bäck, 2006-08................. 6 8. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07..........5 Jessica Bound, 2009-11...............5 Marley Greiner, 2007-10............ 5 Vickie Havas, 2012-SA................. 5 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. Jaime Avona, 2009-12...............22 Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............. 22 7. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12............... 18 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08.............18 9. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 16 10. Vickie Havas, 2012-SA............... 15

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. Jamie Avona, 2009-12...............77 6. Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 73 7. Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10............... 71 8. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07............... 70 9. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12............... 47 10. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............. 46 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. Jamie Avona, 2009-12...............32 8. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-SA............. 28 Lisa Conway, 2005-06.............. 28 10. Marley Greiner, 2007-10.......... 22 Allie Riczo

aves: S 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. Sarah Wood, 2011-SA.................65 6. Becky Williams, 2011...............64 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. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12............... 71 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. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12............... 71 10. Jaime Avona, 2009-12...............68 2013 Returners in Italics Ashley Kidwell

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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, 2012) 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 2012..................................Vickie Havas, 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 2012....................... V. Havas & J. Avona, 5 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......... M. Greiner, N. Daniels & S. Olsby, 2 2010................................Natalie Daniels, 5 2011.................................Natalie Daniels, 6 2012....................................Vickie Havas, 5 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 2012................................... Sarah Wood, 61


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 Jamie Avona, 2012 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 Vickie Havas, 2012 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 Heather Clapacs, 2006 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.


2013 S c h ed u le August Day Monday Thursday Friday Sunday Friday

Date 12 15 23 25 30

Opponent at Buffalo (Exhibition) NIAGARA (Exhibition) CANISIUS BOWLING GREEN at Kent State

Location Buffalo, N.Y. Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Kent, Ohio

Time 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

September Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Wednesday Friday Sunday Saturday

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at Western Michigan at Miami (Fla.) at Florida International MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL ROBERT MORRIS MADONNA OHIO at Akron DETROIT

Kalamazoo, Mich. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Krenler Field Krenzler Field Akron , Ohio Krenzler Field

1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

October Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Saturday

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at Valparaiso MILWAUKEE YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Green Bay OAKLAND

Valparaiso, Ind. Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Green Bay, Wis. Krenzler Field

8:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

at Wright State

Fairborn, Ohio

7:30 p.m.

NOVEMBER Friday Tuesday Friday Sunday

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2013 Horizon League Championship First Round at Campus Sites Semifinals at No. 1 Seed Championship at No. 1 Seed

Home Matches In BOLD CAPS | * Denotes Horizon League Match

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