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Cleveland State Women’s soccer

2015 Roster No. Name Pos. Yr. Ht. 1 Sarah Wood GK Sr. 6-0 2 Jane Piontkowski GK Jr. 5-5 3 Jamie Daniels GK So. 5-9 4 Sarah Kaiser F Jr. 5-7 5 Marissa Sarsfield D Jr. 5-8 6 McKenna Vento M Fr. 5-7 7 Ashley Thiss M Fr. 5-4 8 Ainhoa Weber M So. 5-8 11 Haleigh Shingary F Jr. 5-3 12 Megan Barrick M Jr. 5-8 13 Chloe Fadenholz M/F Sr. 5-3 14 Samantha Sarmento D Sr. 5-7 15 Elise Sailors M Jr. 5-6 16 Erin O’Toole D Sr. 5-9 17 Toni Dickson D Fr. 5-8 18 Vickie Havas F Sr. 5-6 19 Katie Bainbridge M/F So. 5-5 20 Dani Sowinski F Fr. 5-6 21 Kaila Sargema F Jr. 5-8 22 Jen Jankowski D Sr. 5-8 23 Carly Cerny D Fr. 5-6 24 Abby Ramirez F/M Fr. 5-3 25 Sydney McCourt D Fr. 5-7 26 Allie Sieradzki M Sr. 5-10 27 Stacie Morris M/D Fr. 5-2 28 Devan Obendorfer D Fr. 5-7 32 Emmaline Kepp M Fr. 5-0 33 Jen Wisniewski M Fr. 5-5 34 Payton Lewis M So. 5-6 Head Coach: Sonia Curvelo, 2nd season at CSU Assistant Coach: Dallas Boyer, 9th season at CSU Assistant Coach: Carl Contrascier, 1st season at CSU

Hometown/High School Spokane, Wash. / Lewis & Clark Latrobe, Pa. / Latrobe Fairfield, Ohio / Fairfield Erie, Pa. / Mercyhurst Prep Springdale, Pa. / Springdale Hartland, Wis. / Arrowhead Cincinnati, Ohio / Sycamore Chagrin Falls, Ohio / German School of Barcelona North Royalton, Ohio / Holy Name Gahanna, Ohio / Gahanna Lincoln Brookpark, Ohio / Berea Sylvania, Ohio / Sylvania Northview Perry, Ohio / Perry Parma Heights, Ohio / Holy Name North Ridgeville, Ohio / Holy Name Stow, Ohio / Stow Brookpark, Ohio / Berea-Midpark Oconomowoc, Wis. / Oconomowac Canyon Country, Calif. / Canyon Country Medina, Ohio / Medina Rochester, Mich. / Stoney Creek Elyria, Ohio / Elyria Burlington, Wis. / Burlington Westerville, Ohio / Westerville North Cincinnati, Ohio / Mount Notre Dame Glenmoore, Pa. / Downington West Euclid, Ohio / Euclid Independence, Ohio / Independence Mentor, Ohio / Mentor

guide co n t e n t s

Roster..................IFC Season Preview. .... 2-3 Player Bios.............. 4-20 Coach Sonia Curvelo..... 20 Krenzler Field.................21 Coach Sonia Curvelo.....22 Assistant Coaches.............23 Letterwinners....................... 24 2014 Horizon League. .......... 25 2014 Stats & Results.........26-27 All-Time Results. .......................28 Series Records. .............................29 History & Records................... 30-32 Awards & Honors.......................IBC 2015 Schedule................... Back Cover

quick fa c t s Program History

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

Coaching Staff

Head Coach........................Sonia Curvelo Alma Mater...Mississippi Valley State ‘07 Years at CSU................................... 2nd year Assistant Coaches.................... Dallas Boyer, ................................................Carl Contrascier 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 Assistant AD/Communications............. Greg Murphy

Credits The 2015 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. 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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Season Preview

2015 Season Preview Sonia Curvelo enters her second season at the helm of the Cleveland State women’s soccer program with the goal of building upon last year’s appearance in the Horizon League tournament. In her first season on the sideline, Curvelo led the Vikings to eight wins and CSU’s first appearance in the league tournament since 2011. In addition, Curvelo’s squad set program records for goals in a season (28) and fewest goals allowed (18) and also tied the single season school record with seven shutouts. Curvelo will welcome back eight starters and 15 letterwinners from last year’s team. When looking at this year’s team, Curvelo and her staff have the luxury of senior goalkeeper and second team all-league selection Sarah Wood returning, as well as several key defenders who helped the Vikings post seven shutouts last year. Seven of the top eight point scorers return from last year as well, including senior Vickie Havas who ranks second in school history in goals (16), assists (11) and points (43). Following is a breakdown of the 2015 Cleveland State women’s soccer team.

DEFENSE Senior Erin O’Toole and junior Marissa Sarsfield return to anchor a Viking defense that surrendered a school record low of 18 goals last season. The duo started all 19 games and will once again lead the backline. O’Toole gives CSU a physical presence on the backline and has also scored three goals during her career. Sarsfield has been one of the top defenders in the Horizon League over her first two years, starting 33 of the 34 career games she has played. Seniors Jen Jankowski and Samantha Sarmento give the Vikings a pair of experienced players on the backline who are capable of filling multiple roles. Freshmen Carly Cerny, Toni Dickson, Sydney McCourt and Devan Obendorfer give the Vikings a number of youthful options on defense. Cerny was an all-league and all-district selection, while Dickson was a two-time first team all-league pick and helped Holy Name HS to a district title her senior year. McCourt was a three-time all-conference honoree and Obendorfer led her high school to districts all four years. A team captin as a senior, she helped her squad to 53 wins over four years.

GOALKEEPERS Senior Sarah Wood returns for her fourth and final season in the net after earning second team All-Horizon League honors last season when she logged 1,614 minutes of a possible 1,702. Wood, who made 73 saves and posted a .802 save percentage, recorded six shutouts and gave up just 18 goals in 19 matches. She begins her final season ranking second in CSU history in saves (258) and shutouts (11.5), needing 129 saves to overtake the top spot and four shutouts to move into first place. As a sophomore, Wood became the fourth goalkeeper in school history to record at least 100 saves, ranking 13th in the nation with 120. She was also 21st in the nation with a .851 save percentage. Junior Jane Piontowski and sophomore Jamie Daniels will serve as Wood’s backups this season. Last year, Piontowski appeared in the net for the final 24 minutes in a shutout win at Chicago State and made one save. Daniels earned action in two matches as a reserve, making three saves and not allowing a goal in 65 minutes. She earned a half shutout in each of her two appearances.

MIDFIELD Curvelo will have a nice mix of veterans and newcomers to choose from at the midfield position with senior Allie Sieradzki the most experienced midfielder on the roster. Sieradzki is an attacking midfielder who tied for the team lead with 10 points last year on four goals and two assists. She has good speed, agility and footwork and can create space in the open field. Juniors Megan Barrick and Elise Sailors, sophomores Payton Lewis and Ainoa Weber and freshmen Emmaline Kepp, Stacie Morris, Abby Ramirez, Ashley Thiss, McKenna Vento and Jen Wisniewski will give Curvelo the chance to play a number of combinations in the midfield. Barrick and Sailors are strong defensive midfielders who have experience in the system. Sailors tied for the team lead with three assists last year. Lewis had a strong freshman season, playing in 17 matches and making three starts, including her first career collegiate match at UC Santa Barbara. Lewis, who had one assist last year, is capable of attacking and dropping back on defense.

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Weber played in seven matches last season, scoring one goal with one assist, and gives the Vikings a target coming out of the midfield on the attack. Kepp did not play high school soccer, opting to play for the Whitecaps Club team, while Morris was a second team allleague pick as a senior after leading Mount Notre Dame to a runner-up finish in the league. Ramirez amassed 53 goals and 33 assists during her career at Elyria HS, while Thiss was a first team all-league pick as a junior and senior at Cincinatti Sycamore HS. She totaled 20 goals and 11 assists in her career. Vento was the leading scorer in Arrowhead HS history and an all-state honoree, while Wisniewski was a first team allleague honoree and Offensive MVP in each of her final three seasons at Independence HS. FORWARD The Vikings will have plenty of options up front this year as they attempt to build on last year’s single season record of 28 goals scored. Leading the attack up front is senior Vickie Havas who enters her final season ranked second in CSU history in goals (16), assists (11) and points (43). Last year, she tied for the team lead with 10 points on four goals and two assists, one year removed from earning first team All-Horizon League accolades. Senior Chloe Fadenholz is one of the craftiest players with the ball at her feet and will attempt to build upon a strong junior season. After totaling just five points in her first two seasons, Fadenholz finished second on the squad with eight points last year on three goals and two assists. A trio of juniors - Sarah Kaiser, Kaila Sargema and Haleigh Shingary - give CSU loads of experience on the frontline. Kaiser is an explosive forward who has tallied four goals and an assist during her first two seasons at CSU. Sargema missed the first seven matches last season due to injury, but was extremely effective up front over the final 12 matches, earning second team All-Horizon League accolades. She was a spark as a reserve for the Vikings, tying for second on the team with four goals and eight points. After missing the 2012 season with a knee injury, Shingary has rounded back into form over the last two seasons. She tied for third on the team with five points, scoring one goal and dishing out a team-high tying three assists. None was bigger than the assist on the game-winning goal in a double overtime win over UIC late in the season that secured a key three points for the Vikings. Sophomore Katie Bainbridge was named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team last year after totaling five points on a goal and team-high tying three assists, while freshman Dani Sowinski rounds out the forwards. She totaled 40 goals and 25 assists over her final two seasons at Oconomowac HS, earning all-league and all-state honors.

Allie Sieradzki Tied For the Team Lead With 10 Points Last Season.

Chloe Fadenholz Has 13 Career Points on Five Goals and Three Assists.

Marissa Sarsfield Helped Lead The CSU Defense To a School Record Tying Seven Shutouts Last Year.

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CSU B y C l a ss e s

13 C h l o e F a d e n h o l z S e n i o r // M / F // B r o o kpa r k , O h i o // B e r e a

Seniors

2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Was one of six players to start all 19 matches... tied for second on the team with eight points... ranked third on squad with three goals and tied for second with two assists... helped CSU to three straight wins with goals at Chicago State (8/31), vs. Akron (9/2) and at Bowling Green (9/5)... also had an assist in win over Akron... dished out assist in victory over Eastern Kentucky (9/19). 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in all 18 matches, making 15 starts as a midfielder... was one of just six players to play in all 18 matches... took three shots against Youngstown State (10/17).

Juniors

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 all-league and all-area honors as a senior, as well as second team all-state after helping team to district finals... second team all-league and honorable mention all-area pick as a junior... honorable mention all-area and all-league following her sophomore campaign.

Sophomores

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.

Freshmen

FADENHOLZ’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2012 16 8 18 2 2013 18 15 5 0 2014 19 19 28 3 Career 53 46 51 5

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Ast 1 0 2 3

Pts 5 0 8 13

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18 V i c k i e H ava s Senior // F // S t o w , O h i o // S t o w CSU CAREER After three seasons, ranks second in school history in career goals (16), assists (11) and points (43)... has two of the top-six single-season point marks in CSU history.

over Green Bay (10/11).

2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Played in all 19 matches, making 15 starts... tied for team lead with 10 points... tied for second on team in goals (4) and assists (2)... scored first goal of season in win at Canisius (9/12)... totaled five points on two goals and an assist vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/19)... dished out assist in 1-1 draw at Milwaukee (10/4), helping CSU earn first-ever point against UWM... tallied goal in victory

2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Was one of three players to appear in and start all 18 contests... earned first team All-Horizon League honors... ranked sixth in league in goals (7) and points (18) and eighth in assists (4)... was fourth in league in points per game (1.00)... her seven goals and 18 points were third most in a season at CSU... had 51 shots, fourth most in a season in school history... scored game-winning goal in season opening 2-1 win over Canisius (8/23)... tallied a goal and an assist in victory over Robert Morris (9/15)... registered two goals and an assist vs. Madonna (9/18)... scored a goal in three straight games (9-22/10-5), including game-winner in victory over Detroit (9/28)... dished out assist in 1-0 win at Green Bay (10/19). 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).

S e n i o r // D // M e d i n a , O h i o // M e d i n a 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Appeared in lone match of season as a reserve at Youngstown State (10/22). 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in five matches, earning starts against Oakland (10/26) and at Wright State (11/1)... missed several games in early and middle parts of the season with injury... key component of CSU defense that posted five shutouts. 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 21-1-2... earned Newcomer Award as a freshman. PERSONAL Born July 7, 1994, in Medina, Ohio... daughter of Jim and Debbie Jankowski... has a sister, Nicole, who attends Duquesne... member of National Honor Society... was recognized by House of Representatives of the 129th General Assembly of Ohio for accomplishments in soccer, both on and off field, being saluted as one of Ohio’s Finest Young Citizens... nursing major.

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. HAVAS’ CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2012 15 15 37 5 2013 18 18 51 7 2014 19 15 31 4 Career 52 48 119 16

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Ast 5 4 2 11

Pts 15 18 10 43

JANKOWSKI’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2012 7 4 0 0 2013 5 2 4 0 2014 1 0 0 0 Career 13 6 4 0

Ast 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

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16 E r i n O’T o o l e S e n i o r // D // P a r m a H e i g h t s , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON One of six players to play in and start all 19 matches... was key component of CSU defense which gave up single season record low of 18 goals... helped team tie school record with seven shutouts... tallied second career goal in victory over Eastern Kentucky (9/19). 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in 16 of the 18 matches, making eight starts... earned starts in the first three contests of the season and the final five matches... was a key component of the CSU defense, helping team to five shutouts. 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.

O’TOOLE’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2012 16 9 4 1 0 2 2013 16 8 4 1 0 2 2014 19 19 4 1 0 2 Career 51 36 12 3 0 6

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14 S a m a n t h a S a r m e n t o S e n i o r // 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 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Saw action in eight matches, all as a reserve... helped the CSU defense allow a single season school record low of 18 goals and tie the single season record with seven shutouts. 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in three matches, making lone start of season against Robert Morris (9/15)... helped defense earn a 3-0 shutout of RMU. 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.

SARMENTO’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2012 4 1 0 0 2013 3 1 0 0 2014 8 0 0 0 Career 15 2 0 0

Ast 1 0 0 1

Pts 1 1 0 2

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26 A l l i e S i e r a d z k i S e n i o r // M // W e s t e rv i l l e , O h i o // N o rt h 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Was one of six players to play in and start all 19 contests... tied for team lead in points with 10 and tied for second in goals (4) and assists (2)... had assists in win at Chicago State (8/31) and on game-winning goal in 1-0 win over Wright State (10/8)... tallied goals at Canisius (9/12), Green Bay (10/11) and at Youngstown State (10/22)... also scored CSU’s lone goal in league tournament game at Oakland (11/3). 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Was one of three players to appear in and start all 18 matches... played key role in CSU’s defense which posted five shutouts... tallied 11 shots, including four at Valparaiso (10/5). 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.

1 Sarah Wood S e n i o r // GK // S p o k a n e , W a s h . // L e w i s & C l a r k CSU CAREER Ranks second in school history in saves (258) and shutouts (11.5). 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON Was one of six players to play in and start all 19 matches... logged 1,614 minutes of a possible 1,702 in goal... earned second team All-Horizon League honors... made 73 saves and posted a .802 save percentage... had six total shutouts, allowing just 18 total goals... tallied six saves to help CSU earn 2-1 win at Bowling Green (9/5)... made season-high eight saves in 0-0 draw at Niagara (9/14)... posted four saves in overtime win against Wright State (10/8)... made four saves in league tournament match at Oakland (11/3). 2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Starting goalkeeper who started 17 of the 18 matches last year... led the Horizon League and was 13th in the nation with 120 saves, the fourth most in a season in school history... ranked 15th in the country in saves per game (7.06) and 21st in save percentage (.851)... recorded 5.5 shutouts... two-time Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week selection (Aug. 19, Sept. 9)... tallied 11 saves in season-opening win over Canisius (8/23)... made career-high 12 saves at Miami (Fla.) (9/6), tied for the fourth most in a game in CSU history... notched 11 saves in a 0-0 draw with Ohio (9/20)... recorded seven saves in a 1-0 shutout of Green Bay (10/19)... saved the lone penalty kick she faced all season. 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 seasonhigh 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 all-league selection as a junior...team captain and defensive MVP as a senior...helped her Lewis & Clark High team to the 2009 and 2010 state quarterfinals...helped her Spokane Shadow club team to the state cup semifinals in 2009 and 2010 and the US Club Regional finals in 2010...named one of Top Drawer Soccer’s “Players to Watch,” ranked No. 16 in the Pacific Northwest. PERSONAL Born April 9, 1993... daughter of Chris and Patty Wood... economics major.

SIERADZKI’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2012 15 8 9 1 0 2 2013 18 18 11 0 0 0 2014 19 19 35 4 2 10 Career 52 45 55 5 2 12

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WOOD’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS GA GAA 2011 2 2 4 2.01 2012 15 12 27 2.02 2013 17 17 21 1.25 2014 19 19 18 0.95 Career 53 50 70 1.40

SV SV% 4 .500 61 .693 120 .851 73 .802 258 .787

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4 Sarah Kaiser

12 M e g a n B a r r i c k J u n i o r // M // G a h a n n a , O h i o // G a h a n n a 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 18 games and made five starts... was key component of CSU defense that allowed school-record low of 18 goals in a season... helped squad to tie single season record seven shutouts... had first career assist in win at Chicago State (8/31)... tallied four shots with two on goal.

J u n i o r // F // E r i e , P a // M e r ch y h u r s t P r e p 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 16 matches and made three starts... amassed five points on two goals and one assist... scored CSU’s first goal in 2-1 win at Bowling Green (9/5)... dished out assist in win at Canisius (9/12)... scored goal in victory over Eastern Kentucky (9/19)... drew starting assignment in league tournament match at Oakland (11/3). 2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 17 of the 18 matches with five starts... scored two goals and finished first year with four points... scored first career goal against UMass Lowell (9/13) and added second tally two days later vs. Robert Morris (9/15)... earned Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 16 for her two goals in two games... tallied nine shots, including four on goal.

2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 14 matches and made four starts... was a key piece of the CSU defense... made first career start at Western Michigan (9/1)... also drew starting assignments against Milwaukee (10/12), Youngstown State (10/16) and at Green Bay (10/19).

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner who helped team to a combined 74-13-4 record in her four years... all-time leader in goals (105) and assists (74) in program history... earned all-state 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.

HIGH SCHOOL 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. 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 marketing major.

BARRICK’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2013 14 4 0 0 0 0 2014 18 5 4 0 1 1 Career 32 9 4 0 1 1

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. KAISER’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2013 17 5 9 2 0 4 2014 16 3 11 2 1 5 Career 33 8 20 4 1 9

2 Jane Piontowski J u n i o r // GK // G r e e n s b u r g , P a // L at r o b e 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in one match as reserve goalkeeper... played 23:42 in win at Chicago State to earn one-half of a shutout... made one save. 2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Did not appear in any matches. 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.

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PIONTOWSKI’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS GA GAA 2013 Did Not Play in any Matches 2014 1 0 0 0.00 Career 1 0 0 0.00

SV

SV%

1 1.000 1 1.000

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15 E l i s e S a i l o r s J u n i o r // M // P e r ry , O h i o // P e r ry

5 M a r i ss a S a r sf i e l d J u n i o r // D // S p r i n g d a l e , P a // S p r i n g d a l e

2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in all 19 matches and made 15 starts... tied for the team lead with three assists... had assists in back-to-back wins against Akron (9/2) and at Bowling Green (9/5)... also dished out assists in win over Eastern Kentucky (9/19).

2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Was one of six players to play in and start all 19 games... was key component in helping CSU set single season school record low of 18 goals allowed... helped CSU defense tie single season school record with seven shutouts.

2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Played in four contests, all as a reserve.

2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Named to Horizon League All-Freshman team... was key component of CSU defensive backfield, starting 14 of the 15 games she played in... did not play in any of the first four games, making collegiate debut at Western Michigan (9/1) as a reserve... started the final 14 games of the season... helped CSU defense post five shutouts.

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 four years... early childhood education major. SAILORS’ CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2013 4 0 0 0 2014 19 15 10 0 Career 23 15 10 0

Ast 0 3 3

Pts 0 3 3

21 K a i l a S a r g e m a J u n i o r // F // C anyon C ountry , C alif . // C anyon C ountry 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Selected to All-Horizon League second team... played in 12 matches with two starts... missed first seven games due to foot injury... tied for second on team with eight points and four goals... scored goal in first game she played, a win at Canisius (9/12)... scored CSU’s lone goal in 2-1 setback at Detroit (9/24)... scored game-winning goal in 1-0 win vs. Wright State (10/8)... tallied goal in regular season finale at Oakland (10/25)... drew starting assignment in league tournament match at Oakland (11/3). 2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Saw action in eight matches, making lone start of season against Detroit (9/28)... earned first collegiate action in reserve role versus Bowling Green (8/25)... notched first career goal in victory over Robert Morris (9/15)... added another goal in win over Madonna (9/18)... finished year with three shots and two on goal. HIGH SCHOOL 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. SARGEMA’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts PERSONAL 2013 8 1 3 2 0 4 Born January 19, 1995, in Northridge, Calif... 2014 12 2 8 4 0 8 daughter of Greg and Pam Sargema... has one Career 20 3 11 6 0 12 sister... criminology major.

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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. 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 engineering major.

SARSFIELD’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2013 15 14 0 0 2014 19 19 1 0 Career 34 33 1 0

Ast 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

11 H a l e i g h S h i n g a r y J u n i o r // F // N o rt h R o ya lt o n , O h i o // H o ly N a m e 2014 - SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in 17 matches with 11 starts... tied for third on team with five points... scored one goal and tied for team lead with three assists... dished out assist in win at Chicago State (8/31)... scored game-winning goal against Akron (9/2)... had assist in win over Eastern Kentucky (9/19) and assisted on game-winning goal in double overtime vs. UIC (10/18). 2013 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 17 of the 18 contests... made five starts... earned first career start in win over Bowling Green (8/25)... tallied nine shots with three coming on goal. 2012 - REDSHIRT season Redshirted after injuring knee in preseason. HIGH SCHOOL Led 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.

SHINGARY’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2013 17 5 9 0 0 0 2014 17 11 11 1 3 5 Career 34 16 20 1 3 5

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19 K at i e B a i n b r i d g e S o ph o m o r e // M/F // B r o o kpa r k , O h i o // B e r e a -M i d pa r k 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Named to Horizon League All-Newcomer team... played in all 19 matches with six starts... tied for third on the team with five points on one goal and team-high tying three assists... scored lone goal of season in 1-0 double overtime win over UIC (10/18)... tallied first career point with an assist in win over Akron (9/2)... also had assists vs. Green Bay (10/11) and at Oakland (10/25). HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner who totaled 41 goals and 42 assists in her career... amassed 21 goals and 16 assists as a senior, earning first team all-conference and all-Greater Cleveland accolades... also named the conference MVP... first team all-conference pick as a junior after scoring 11 goals with nine assists and leading team to district semifinals... honorable mention all-conference honors as a freshman and second team honoree as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born Feb. 1, 1996, in Middleburg Heights, Ohio... daughter of Phil and Cindy Bainbridge... has one brother... member of National Honor Society... undecided on a major. BAINBRIDGE’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2014 19 6 17 1 Career 19 6 17 1

Ast 3 3

34 P ay t o n L e w i s S ophomore // M // M entor , O hio // M entor 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 17 contests and made three starts... started season opener at UC Santa Barbara (8/22)... tallied lone point of season with assist against Eastern Kentucky (9/19). HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner... led team to district title in each of her final three seasons... tallied 12 goals and 30 assists in her career... first team all-conference, all-area and second team All-Ohio choice following her senior campaign... honorable mention all-conference selection as a junior... first team all-conference pick as a freshman and sophomore... played in the allCleveland All-Star Game and the Ohio Varsity All-Star Soccer Classic after her senior year. PERSONAL Born Nov. 21, 1995, in Mentor, Ohio... daughter of Paul and Pam Lewis... has one brother and two sisters... member of National Honor Society... chemical engineering major. LEWIS’ CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 2014 17 3 6 0 1 1 Career 17 3 6 0 1 1

Pts 5 5

8 Ainhoa Weber 3 Jamie Daniels S ophomore // GK // F airfield , O hio // F airfield 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in two matches, both as a reserve... played 64:44 in net, making three saves... did not allow a goal during her time in the net... credited with one-half of a shutout in each of her appearances. HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter in goal, leading team to a 31-10-13 record... led team to the conference championship her sophomore and senior seasons, including a sectional title and district runner-up finish in 2013... all-conference selection as a junior and senior... posted career save percentage of .910 and was the league leader in shutouts in each of her final two seasons... set the school record with 21 career shutouts... served as a team captain. DANIELS’ CAREER STATS Year GP GS GA GAA 2014 2 0 0 0.00 Career 2 0 0 0.00

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S ophomore // M // C hagrin F alls , O hio // G erman S chool of B arcelona 2014 - FRESHMAN SEASON Saw action in seven matches and made lone start at Loyola Marymount (8/24)... had a goal and assist at Chicago State (8/31) for lone three points of the season. HIGH SCHOOL Did not compete in high school... played two years of club soccer in Spain... scored 33 goals in the Juvenil-Cadete league from 2011-13, including 25 her first season... helped team to second place in division... also played in Amateur Femenino league from 2011-13, totaling 11 goals. PERSONAL Born Aug. 13, 1995, in Barcelona, Spain... daughter of Albert and Susanne Weber... has two siblings... chemistry major. WEBER’S CAREER STATS Year GP GS Shots Goals 2014 7 1 2 1 Career 7 1 2 1

Ast 1 1

Pts 3 3

SV SV% 3 1.000 3 1.000

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23 C a r ly C e r n y F r e s h m a n // D // R o ch e s t e r , M i ch . // S t o n e y C r e e k

HIGH SCHOOL Helped team to league championship as a junior and senior... team was a district finalist her sophomore and senior seasons... was an all-league and all-district selection as a junior... totaled 16 goals and 24 assists over her first three seasons... was a Scholar-Athlete in each of first three years... played in the Elite Champions National League.

PERSONAL Born July 29, 1997, in Rochester, Mich... daughter of Jeff and Carolyn Cerny... has one sister... father played baseball for four years at Central Michigan... member of National Honor Society... plans to major in criminology.

27 S ta c i e M o r r i s F r e s h m a n // M/D // C i n c i n n at i , O h i o // M o u n t N o t r e D a m e HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years, helping team to runner-up finish in league as a senior, the best finish in school history... helped team to sectional title and district runner-up finish as a freshman... second team all-league and team captain as a senior... named team Most Improved as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born April 14, 1997, in Cincinnati, Ohio... daughter of Daren and Julie Morris... has two sisters... earned honors in every quarter in high school... Academic All-Southwest Ohio for two years... plans to major in exercise science.

17 T o n i D i c k s o n F reshman // D // N orth R idgeville , O hio //H oly N ame HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years for head coach Brian Michealson... led team to district championship as a senior... two-time first team all-conference selection and three-time all-area pick... named team MVP as a junior. PERSONAL Born June 30, 1997, in Middleburg Heights, Ohio... daughter of Rachele Meadows-Dickson and Tony Dickson... has one sister... earned first honors all four years in high school... member of National Honor Society... undecided on a major.

32 E m m a l i n e K e pp F reshman // M // E uclid , O hio // E uclid PRE-CLEVELAND STATE Did not play high school soccer... played on the Whitecaps Club team with the U-18 boys team. PERSONAL Born Dec. 28, 1996, in Euclid, Ohio... daughter of Douglas and Nicole Kepp... has one brother... undecided on a major.

25 S y d n e y M c C o u r t F reshman // D // B urlington , W is . // B urlington

HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years, helping team to a pair of conference titles and a runner-up finish... earned all-conference honors all three years... played four years for Lake County United, winning state title all four years.

28 D e va n O b e n d o r f e r F r e s h m a n // D // G l e n m o o r e , P a . // D o w n i n g t o n W e s t HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years in soccer, helping team to 53 wins... served as team captain her senior year... earned all-area and all-league honors during her career... helped team to league title her senior year... led team to 18-5 mark and berth in state tournament as a sophomore... team qualified for districts all four years. PERSONAL Born Nov. 29, 1996, in Glenmoore, Pa... daughter of Andre and Maureen Obendorfer.. has one brother and one sister who played lacrosse at Ohio State... member of National Honor Society and earned Distinguished Honors... pre-med major.

24 A bb y R a m i r e z F r e s h m a n // F/M // E ly r i a , O h i o // E ly r i a HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner, helping team to 35 wins over her career... totaled 53 goals and 33 assists during her career... earned league Player of the Year award as a junior... first team all-county as a junior and senior... was honorable mention all-county as a freshman. PERSONAL Born May 17, 1997, in Elyria, Ohio... daughter of Sandee and Robin Ramirez... has one brother... undecided on a major.

PERSONAL Born April 10, 1997, in Elkhorn, Wis... daughter of Dan and Jackie McCourt... has one sister... earned academic honors all four years... plans to major in education.

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20 D a n i S o w i n s k i F r e s h m a n // F // O c o n o m o w o c , W i s . // O c o n o m o wa c

HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years, helping team to a pair of conference titles... team won regional championship her sophomore year and sectional title her junior season... totaled 29 goals and nine assists as a junior and 11 goals and 16 assists as a sophomore... earned all-league and all-state accolades... two-time Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL Born May 19, 1997, in Hartland, Wis... daughter of Scott and Wendy Sowinski and Carl and Nicole Isely... has four brothers... earned high honors in high school... plans to major in health sciences.

7 A s h l e y T h i ss F reshman // M // C incinnati , O hio // S ycamore HIGH SCHOOL Earned first team all-league honors as a junior and senior... first team all-city selection as a senior after totaling eight goals and four assists... scored 20 goals with 11 assists for her career... earned four letters... played in Elite Champions National League. PERSONAL Born July 3, 1996, in Cincinnati, Ohio... daughter of Mark and Helene Thiss... has one brother and one sister... mother played soccer at Wisconsin... member of National Honor Society... plans to major in physical therapy.

6 M c K e n n a V e n t o F reshman // M // H artland , W is . // A rrowhead HIGH SCHOOL Led team to regional final as a junior and sectional final in each of first two seasons... amassed 27 goals and 10 assists in her first three seasons... first team all-conference and second team allstate as a junior... honorable mention all-league pick as a sophomore... team MVP as a junior... was leading scorer in school history after just three seasons. PERSONAL Born Jan. 4, 1997, in Waukesha, Wis... daughter of Joel and Sonya Vento... has one sister... undecided on a major.

33 J e n W i s n i e w s k i F reshman // M // I ndependence , O hio // I ndependence

HIGH SCHOOL Four-time varsity letterwinner... first team all-conference selection and Offensive MVP in each of final three seasons... earned first team all-district as a sophomore and senior and was a second team pick as a junior... tabbed second team all-state as a sophomore and senior... totaled 75 goals and 21 assists during her career. PERSONAL Born Nov. 18, 1996, in Parma, Ohio... daughter of Carl and Teresa Wisniewski... has two brothers... plans to major in mechanical engineering.

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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 turf was replaced in the summer of 2015. The second change became visible in 2006 when a removable air-supported 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 in 2006, 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 Student Recreation Center. The dome benefits more than just soccer. 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 men’s lacrosse team, which will begin play in the spring of 2017, will also use the dome. 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.

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Dallas Boyer

Sonia Curvelo H e a d C o a ch // 2 n d S e a s o n A t CSU // 7 t h S e a s o n

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Sonia Curvelo is in her second season as the head women’s soccer coach at Cleveland State. Curvelo joined the Vikings after spending five seasons as the head coach at Mississippi Valley State. In her first season at the helm at CSU, Curvelo led the Vikings to an 8-8-3 record and the Vikings first berth in the Horizon League tournament since 2011. The Vikings set single-season school records for most goals (28) and assists (22) and fewest goals allowed (18) during Curvelo’s first season. In addition, the team tied the school record with seven shutouts and tied the single game record with six goals in a victory at Chicago State. More importantly, the women’s soccer team posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.60 in 2013-14, including three players who had a 4.0. More than half of the roster had a GPA of 3.75 or higher. During her five seasons at MVSU, Curvelo advanced to the SWAC (Southwestern Athletic Conference) tournament all five years, leading the squad to the conference title and NCAA tournament bid in 2012 by winning three matches over a four-day stretch. The SWAC Coach of the Year in 2012, Curvelo also led her squad to the conference championship match in 2010 and 2011. She developed 12 players who earned All-SWAC honors, 14 players who were named to the SWAC all-tournament team, as well as the 2012 SWAC tournament MVP. Curvelo’s teams have also had consistent success in the classroom with her 201112 squad completing the academic term with a 3.52 grade point average, the highest among the school’s 18 programs and tops among women’s soccer programs in the SWAC. In 2012-13, the women’s soccer team was tops among MVSU sports with a 3.59 GPA. She has produced a National Dean’s List Scholar, as well as an MVSU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Prior to arriving at MVSU, Curvelo served as an associate coach at Fanshawe College in Ontario, a player development coach at the SB9 Soccer Academy in Tampa, Fla., and a coach for the Rochester Rhinos Soccer Academy.

Curvelo By The Numbers

2 14 6 3.60 7

NCAA Tournament Appearances; 1 as a Player and 1 as a Head coach. Number of All-League Players Mentored as a Head Coach. Times Curvelo Has Led Her Teams to the League Tournament in the Last 6 Years. CSU Women’s Soccer Cumulative GPA For the 2013-14 School Year. Shutouts For CSU in 2014, Tied For Single Season School Record.

As a student-athlete at MVSU, Curvelo was one of the original members of the program and was instrumental in leading the team to the 2005 conference title and NCAA bid, assisting on the first goal and scoring the game-winner in the conference championship match. Curvelo was named the 2005 SWAC tournament MVP, leading MVSU to its first-ever NCAA tournament appearance. The Strathroy, Ontario, native made a name for herself internationally, playing for the Portugal National Team that included her first international appearance against Wales in 2008. In addition, Curvelo signed her first professional contract with CF Puebla of the Women’s Spanish Super League in Spain. She also played for three teams in the USL W-League. Curvelo is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association, the United States Soccer Federation and the Alliance of Women Coaches. A graduate of the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy, Curvelo also served as the SWAC soccer chairperson. Curvelo earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration in 2007 from MVSU and earned her Master’s of Science in Sport Coaching Education in 2013 from Southern Mississippi.

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A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 9 t h S e a s o n

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Dallas Boyer is in his ninth 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 MLeague, 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 sons, Casey and Finn.

C a r l C o n t r a sc i e r A s s i s ta n t C o a ch // 1 s t S e a s o n

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Carl Contrascier is in his first season as an assistant coach with the CSU women’s soccer program. He joined the Vikings after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at John Carroll. Contrascier spent the 2013 season season as a volunteer assistant and was an assistant coach with the JCU women’s team in 2014, as well as the men’s goalkeeper coach. In his two seasons with the JCU women’s squad, Contrascier helped the Blue Streaks to 21 wins, including a co-regular season title in 2013 and a spot in the OAC championship. In his lone season with the JCU men, Contrascier was part of a squad that posted a 17-4 record, including a perfect 9-0 mark in the conference before falling in the tournament title match. A three-year letterman as a goalkeeper at JCU, Contrascier played in the second most games (48) as a goalkeeper in program history His 27 wins rank third all-time and his 193 saves are fourth all-time in JCU history. He posted a 1.24 goals against average for his career, ranking ninth in school history. As a senior in 2012, Contrascier was a second team All-OAC selection and an Academic All-Ohio pick. He was a second team all-league honoree in 2011 and made 85 saves, the third most in a season in school history. A member of the all-county, all-district and all-state teams at Medina Highland H.S., Contrascier graduated from John Carroll in 2013 with a degree in history.

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A l l -T i m e L e t t e r w i n n e r s

2014 H o r i z o n L e a g u e

T h e r e H av e B e e n A T o ta l O f 29 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.................... 2011-12-13-14 Arpidone, Emily.............................2007-08 Avone, Jaime........................ 2009-10-11-12 b Bäck, Shayna........................ 2004-05-06-07 Bainbridge, Katie................................. 2014 Baker, Sarah.......................... 2006-07-08-09 Barrick, Megan...............................2013-14 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 Condit, Grace....................................... 2014 Conway, Lisa...................................2005-06 Cowan, Emily................................. 2011-12 Crotteau, Abby.................................... 2011

d Daniels, Jamie...................................... 2014 Daniels, Natalie................... 2008-09-10-11 Davis, Sierra......................................... 2013 Dubeau, Frederike.............. 2010-11-12-13 F Fadenholz, Chloe..................... 2012-13-14 Fischer, Kelcey..................... 2011-12-13-14 g Glennon, Rachel.............................2009-10 Greiner, Marley.................... 2007-08-09-10 h Havas, Vickie............................ 2012-13-14 Hill, Valerie.......................................... 2004 Homsher, Nicole.................................. 2004 Howard, Nicole................... 2007-08-09-10

j Jankowski, Jen.......................... 2012-13-14 Johnson, Rachel................................... 2004 k Kaiser, Sarah...................................2013-14 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.............................2012-13 Kurgan, Jackie...................................... 2012

L Levi, Shea...................................2011-12-13 Lewis, Payton...................................... 2014

m McCloy, Jessica......................... 2007-08-10 Mesaros, Lauren.................................. 2013 Miller, Taylor........................ 2010-11-12-13 Milovic, Ivana...................................... 2004 N Newcomer, Nancy.............................. 2011 0 Oathout, Allison.................................. 2012 Olsby, Sylvia........................ 2007-08-09-10 O’Toole, Erin............................. 2012-13-14 p Pangle, Jackie....................................... 2004 Pankuch, Kelly..................................... 2004 Pugliese, Maggie.....................2004-06-07-08 Valerie Stahl

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

s Sailors, Elise....................................2013-14 Salamon, Samantha............. 2008-09-10-11 Sadrnia, Parisa..................................... 2010 Sanker, Michelle.................................. 2005 Sargema, Kaila................................2013-14 Sarmento, Samantha................ 2012-13-14 Sarsfield, Marissa...........................2013-14 Saunders, Shannon............. 2007-08-09-10 Shay, Nekita......................................... 2007 Shertzer, Justine................................... 2010 Shingary, Haleigh...........................2013-14 Sieradzki, Allie......................... 2012-13-14 Singer, Madeline.................................. 2004 Sivic, Amanda.................................2013-14 Spahn, Ashley...................................... 2005 Stahl, Valerie........................ 2009-10-11-12 Strahorn, Lynsay................. 2011-12-13-14 Strongoli, Rachel................................. 2012 t Taylor, Marina...................... 2008-09-10-11 u Ultican, Danielle.................. 2006-07-08-09

V Vidovic, Taylor..................... 2010-11-12-13 w Wagner, Heather.................................. 2006 Walchack, Ashley...........................2005-06 Weber, Ainhoa..................................... 2014 Wieand, Jennifer................. 2004-05, 2007-08 Williams, Becky....................................... 2011 Wilson, Natalie......................... 2005-06-07 Withrow, Erin..................................2005-06 Wood, Melissa.................................2004-05 Wood, Sarah.............................. 2012-13-14

z Zajaros, Allie...................................2004-05 Zawie, Sarah................................... 2011-12 Zidonis, Meghan................................. 2012 Zinkiewich, Kelly................ 2007-08-09-10

Kelcey Fischer Danielle Ultican

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K a i l a S a r g e m a & S a r a h W o o d W e r e 2 n d T e a m A l l -L e a g u e P i ck s L a s t Y e a r 2014 Horizon League Final Standings School Valparaiso Detroit Oakland Green Bay Youngstown State Cleveland State Wright State Milwaukee UIC

Horizon Overall W L T Pts. W L T 8 0 0 24 14 2 4 5 3 0 15 9 9 1 4 3 1 13 6 11 3 4 4 0 12 11 7 2 3 4 1 10 7 9 2 3 4 1 10 8 8 3 3 4 1 10 6 10 1 2 4 2 8 6 10 2 1 7 0 3 3 15 0

2014 Horizon League All-League Teams Pct. .800 .500 .375 .600 .444 .500 .382 .389 .167

First Team

Rita Craven, Valparaiso (Jr., M) Heidi Hartmann, Green Bay (Jr., F) April Cronin, Valparaiso (So., F) Alice Palmer, Oakland (So., F) Alyssa Riley, Detroit (Sr., M) Krissy Dorre, Milwaukee (Sr., F) Kyla Kellermann, Oakland (Sr., F) Morgan LaPlant, Milwaukee (Sr., MF) Brittany Tenis, Youngstown State (Sr., M) Haley Burtraw, Detroit (Sr., D/M) Kelly Fritz, UIC (Fr., GK)

2014 Horizon League Individual Statistics

Points 1. Heidi Hartmann, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 2. Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 3. Alice Palmer, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 4. April Cronin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 5. Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 6. Krissy Dorre, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Morgan LaPlant, UWM . . . . . . . . . . 14 8. Kathy Baquero, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 9. Rita Cravin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kyla Kellermann, OAK . . . . . . . . . . 12 Alex Zeller, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Goals 1. Heidi Hartmann, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 2. April Cronin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Alice Palmer, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 4. Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Krissy Dorre, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Kyla Kellermann, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Kathy Baquero, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 9. Amanda Sivic, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Assists 1. Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2. Chelsey Haney, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Maria Stephans, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 5 4. Morgan LaPlant, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Alyssa Lotito, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Chandra Eigenberger, GB . . . . . . . . . 4 Abby Juzwik, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 8. Haleigh Shingary, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Katie Banbridge, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Elise Sailors, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 6 Players Tied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Game Winning Goals 1. Rita Cravin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Heidi Hartmann, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4. Kathy Baquero, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5. Vickie Havas, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Points Per Game 1. Heidi Hartmann, GB . . . . . . . . . . . 2. Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Alice Palmer, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. April Cronin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . 5. Alyssa Riley, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Second Team

1.53 1.06 0.94 0.94 0.88

Shots 1. Heidi Hartmann, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 2. Alice Palmer, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 3. April Cronin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 4. Rita Cravin, VALPO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 5. Kelly Lewers, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Shelby Oelschlager, Valparaiso (So., D) Hannah Kernen, Green Bay (Sr., M/F) Ashley Gogolin, Wright State (Jr., M) Alyssa Lotito, Detroit (Jr., D) Allie Metzler, Wright State (Sr., D) Jasmin Carrera, UIC (Fr., F) Kaila Sargema, Cleveland State (So., F) Joan Sieja, Oakland (Jr., F/MF) Maria Stephans, Milwaukee (So., MF) Kathy Baquero, Youngstown State (So., MF) Sarah Wood, Cleveland State (Jr., GK) Sydney Galvez-Daley, Valparaiso (So, GK)

All-Freshman Team

Saves 1. Kelly Fritz, UIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 2. Marina Manzo, UDM . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 3. Paige Lincicum, UWM . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Sarah Wood, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 5. Jackie Podolsky, YSU . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Goals Against Average 1. Sydney Galvez-Daley, VALPO . . . 0.44 2. Alison Holland, OAK . . . . . . . . . . . 0.82 3. Sarah Wood, CSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.95 4. Halle Pyle, WSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.95 5. Nastacia Behle, GB . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.03

Vanesa Abad, Valparaiso (F/M) Cassidy Blanchard, Milwaukee (D) Alex Zeller, Green Bay (F) Jasmin Carrera, UIC (F) Marisa Martin, Youngstown State (D/M) Maddie McKinney, Wright State (D) Katie Bainbridge, Cleveland State (F) Vlad Gurovski, Oakland (MF) Anna Smalley, Milwaukee (MF) Bryce Hueber, Wright State (M) Kelly Fritz, UIC (GK)

2014 Horizon League Championship

Offensive Player of the Year

First Round - Nov. 3 #3 @Oakland 1, #6 Cleveland State 1 Oakland advances on Penalty Kicks, 8-7 #4 @Green Bay 3, #5 Youngstown State 1

Player of the Year

Rita Craven, Valparaiso Rita Craven, Valparaiso

Defensive Players of the Year Haley Burtraw, Detroit

Goalkeeper of the Year Kelly Fritz, UIC

Semifinals - Nov. 6 - at Valparaiso #2 Detroit 1, #3 Oakland 0 #1 Valparaiso 2, #4 Green Bay 0

Freshman of the Year

Championship - Nov. 8 - at Valparaiso #1 Valparaiso 1, #2 Detroit 0

John Marovich, Valparaiso

Vanesa Abad, Valparaiso

Coach of the Year

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2014 F i n a l S tat i s t i cs

2014 R e su l t s

2014 Cleveland State Women's Soccer T h e V i k i n g s P oCleveland s t e d S e vState en Sh u t o u t s iTeam n 2014 Combined Statistics (as of May 19, 2015) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * *

Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 02 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 24 Sep 27 Oct 04 Oct 08 Oct 11 Oct 18 Oct 22 Oct 25 Nov 03

Opponent at UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount WESTERN MICHIGAN at Chicago State AKRON at Bowling Green KENT STATE at Canisius at Niagara EASTERN KENTUCKY at Detroit Titans VALPARAISO at Milwaukee WRIGHT STATE GREEN BAY UIC at Youngstown State at OAKLAND at #3 OAKLAND

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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OVERALL 8-8-3 3-4-1 5-4-2

L L L W W W L W T o2 W L ot L ot T o2 Wot W Wo2 L L T o2

Score 0-3 0-2 0-1 6-0 3-1 2-1 0-1 4-0 0-0 4-0 1-2 0-1 1-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-2 1-2 1-1

Att. 404 297 232 194 221 327 202 150 134 411 76 172 311 152 162 106 279 550 307

CSU

OPP

28-220 1.47 . 127 104-220 . 473 11.6 75 2 1-1

18-215 0.95 . 084 97-215 . 451 11.3 104 1 3-3

11 0

6 1

1658 8/207 0/0

3029 11/275

HOME 5-3 3-1 2-2

AWAY 3-5-3 0-3-1 3-2-2

##

Player

6 26 18 21 13 4 19 11 3 8 24 15 16 28 12 9 23 14 5 22 20 2 1

SIVIC, Amanda SIERADZKI, Allie HAVAS, Vickie SARGEMA, Kaila FADENHOLZ, Chloe KAISER, Sarah BAINBRIDGE, Katie SHINGARY, Haleigh FISCHER, Kelcey ABRAM, Sabrina WEBER, Ainhoa SAILORS, Elise O'TOOLE, Erin LEWIS, Payton BARRICK, Megan CONDIT, Grace DANIELS, Jamie SARMENTO, Samantha SARSFIELD, Marissa JANKOWSKI, Jen STRAHORN, Lynsay PIONTKOWSKI, Jane WOOD, Sarah Total Opponents

Goalie 23 DANIELS, Jamie 2 PIONTKOWSKI, Jane 1 WOOD, Sarah ##

Total Opponents

Date

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 18 5 0 19 4 2 19 4 2 12 4 0 19 3 2 16 2 1 19 1 3 17 1 3 19 1 2 17 1 1 7 1 1 19 0 3 19 1 0 17 0 1 18 0 1 7 0 0 3 0 0 8 0 0 19 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 19 0 0 19 28 22 19 18 10 GP 2 1 19 19 19

CSU

Min. 64:44 23:42 1614:18 1702:44 1702:44

pts

0 0 18 18 28

Aug 31

Opponent at UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount WESTERN MICHIGAN at Chicago State

W

Sep 02

AKRON

W

3-1

Sep 05

at Bowling Green

W

Sep 07

KENT STATE at Canisius

L W

at Niagara EASTERN KENTUCKY

W

Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29

L L L

Score Overall 0-3 0-1-0 0-2 0-2-0 0-1 0-3-0 6-0 1-3-0

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Att. 404 297 232 194

2-3-0

0-0-0

221

2-1

3-3-0

0-0-0

327

0-1 4-0

3-4-0 4-4-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

202 150

0-0 4-0

4-4-1 5-4-1

0-0-0 0-0-0

134 411

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

5-5-1 5-6-1 5-6-2 6-6-2 7-6-2

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

76 172 311 152 162

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

8-6-2 8-7-2 8-8-2 8-8-3

3-2-1 3-3-1 3-4-1 3-4-1

106 279 550 307

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

10 29 .172 17 .586 10 35 .114 16 .457 10 31 .129 18 .581 8 8 .500 4 .500 8 28 .107 15 .536 5 11 .182 6 .545 5 17 .059 5 .294 5 11 .091 3 .273 4 10 .100 4 .400 3 8 .125 2 .250 3 2 .500 1 .500 3 10 .000 4 .400 2 4 .250 4 1.000 1 6 .000 1 .167 1 4 .000 2 .500 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 78 220 .127 104 .473 46 215 .084 97 .451 GA

2014 Cleveland State Women's Soccer Cleveland State Game Results (as of May 19, 2015) P l ay e d S e v e n O v e rt i m e M at ch e sAll i ngames 2014

GAAvg Saves

0.00 0.00 1.00 0.95 1.48

1 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8

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

Sep 12

Sep 14 Sep 19

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

1.000 1.000 73 .802 79 .814 76 .731

0-0-0 0-0-0 8-8-3 8-8-3 8-8-3

0/2 0/1 5/2 7 5

3 1

*

Sep 24

*

Sep 27

*

Oct 04

*

Oct 08

*

Oct 11

*

Oct 18

*

Oct 22

*

Oct 25 Nov 03

Goals by Period Cleveland State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

13 7

13 9

1 2

1 0

Shots by Period Cleveland State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

103 111 94 108

4 8

2 5

Saves by Period Cleveland State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

38 40

37 35

2 0

2 1

Corners by Period Cleveland State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

44 45

29 51

2 4

0 4

Fouls by Period Cleveland State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

86 66

88 93

5 10

8 4

Total 28 18 Total 220 215 Total 79 76

at Detroit Titans VALPARAISO at Milwaukee WRIGHT STATE GREEN BAY UIC at Youngstown State at OAKLAND at #3 OAKLAND

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 8-8-3 3-4-1 5-3 3-5-3 0-0 2-2-3

TO2

LOT LOT TO2 WOT W WO2 L L TO2

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 19 8 11 0

Total 4687 1658 3029 0

Goals scored SIVIC, Amanda (penalty kick) SIVIC, Amanda (BARRICK, Megan) FADENHOLZ, Chloe (SHINGARY, Haleigh) WEBER, Ainhoa (SIERADZKI, Allie) FISCHER, Kelcey (WEBER, Ainhoa) SIVIC, Amanda (unassisted) FADENHOLZ, Chloe (SAILORS, Elise) SHINGARY, Haleigh (BAINBRIDGE, Katie) SIVIC, Amanda (FADENHOLZ, Chloe) KAISER, Sarah (SAILORS, Elise) FADENHOLZ, Chloe (unassisted) HAVAS, Vickie (SAILORS, Elise) ABRAM, Sabrina (unassisted) SIERADZKI, Allie (unassisted) SARGEMA, Kaila (KAISER, Sarah) HAVAS, Vickie (FISCHER, Kelcey) HAVAS, Vickie (FADENHOLZ, Chloe) O'TOOLE, Erin (LEWIS, Payton) KAISER, Sarah (SHINGARY, Haleigh;HAVAS, Vickie) SARGEMA, Kaila (ABRAM, Sabrina) SIVIC, Amanda (HAVAS, Vickie) SARGEMA, Kaila (SIERADZKI, Allie) SIERADZKI, Allie (BAINBRIDGE, Katie) HAVAS, Vickie (FISCHER, Kelcey) BAINBRIDGE, Katie (SHINGARY, Haleigh) SIERADZKI, Allie (unassisted) SARGEMA, Kaila (BAINBRIDGE, Katie) SIERADZKI, Allie (unassisted)

Avg. 247 207 275 0

Total 75 104 Total 187 173

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Y e a r -B y -Y e a r R e su l t s

A l l -T i m e S e r i e s R e c o r d 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

13 20 22 25 28

WRIGHT STATE * at Green Bay * IPFW YSU * at Milwaukee #

L 0-2 L 0-4 W 2-1 L 1-3 L 1-4

2007 (5-14-1/1-6-1) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 31 ST. BONAVENTURE L 0-3 Sept. 2 DePAUL L 1-2 4 at IPFW W 5-4 (2OT) 7 at Temple L 1-8 9 at Delaware State W 3-0 14 at Akron L 0-1 16 CANISIUS L 1-2 21 at Indiana State L 1-3 23 CINCINNATI L 1-4 28 ROBERT MORRIS W 3-1 30 GREEN BAY * L 0-1 (OT) Oct. 5 at Loyola * L 0-3 7 at Wright State * L 0-4 ^ match played at Mentor High School 12 at YSU * W 2-0 2004 Home matches at Foltz Field 19 at Milwaukee * L 0-6 (Strongsville, Ohio) 21 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 26 DETROIT * T 2-2 (2OT) 2005 (0-18-1/0-6-1) 28 BUTLER * L 1-3 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 30 YSU # W 2-1 Aug. 28 at Kent State L 1-2 Sept. 2 at St. Francis (Pa.) L 0-3 (OT) L 0-1 4 at Ohio L 1-5 Nov. 3 at Milwaukee # 9 at Akron L 1-2 11 VALPARAISO L 2-5 2008 (8-10-1/3-4-1) 16 at Bowling Green L 0-6 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 18 TOLEDO L 0-5 Aug. 24 TOLEDO L 0-3 20 NIAGARA L 1-3 29 at St. Bonaventure L 1-4 23 at Duquesne L 0-3 31 at Niagara L 1-2 25 IPFW L 1-2 Sept. 3 AKRON L 1-2 30 at Milwaukee * L 0-3 5 at Robert Morris W 2-1 Oct. 2 GREEN BAY * L 0-5 12 at Ohio W 2-1 7 DETROIT * L 1-2 14 EASTERN KENTUCKY W 1-0 9 BUTLER * L 1-2 19 IPFW W 2-0 (OT) 21 at Kentucky L 0-4 15 SOUTHERN UTAH L 0-2 26 WRIGHT STATE * T 0-0 21 at Wright State * L 1-5 (2OT) 28 at Loyola * L 0-5 Oct. 3 at Detroit * L 0-4 30 at YSU * T 0-0 5 LOYOLA * L 0-3 (2OT) 10 MILWAUKEE * L 0-7 Nov. 6 vs. Milwaukee # L 0-8 12 IUPUI W 2-0 17 at Green Bay * W 2-1 2006 (3-17-0/0-7-0) 19 at Valparaiso * L 0-2 Head Coach: Derrek Falor 24 YSU * W 2-1 Aug. 27 DELAWARE STATE W 6-0 (OT) 28 at Kent State L 1-2 26 at Butler * W 2-0 (2OT) Nov. 2 at Wright State # L 1-4 Sept. 1 at Valparaiso L 1-4 3 at IUPUI L 1-2 2009 (3-14-1/2-5-1) at South Alabama Tournament Head Coach: Derrek Falor 8 vs. Nicholls State L 0-1 Aug. 23 at Marshall L 0-2 10 at South Alabama L 0-1 28 at Kent State W 2-1 15 AKRON L 0-1 (OT) 17 at Cincinnati L 0-3 30 EASTERN ILLINOIS L 1-2 22 INDIANA STATE L 1-2 Sept. 4 at Eastern Kentucky L 0-2 26 at Robert Morris L 0-2 6 at Ohio L 1-3 29 at Detroit * L 0-7 16 NIAGARA L 0-2 Oct. 1 at Butler * L 1-7 18 ROBERT MORRIS L 0-3 4 NOTRE DAME (OH) W 1-0 20 at Miami (OH) L 0-4 6 LOYOLA * L 0-3 25 at IUPUI L 2-3 8 MILWAUKEE * L 0-5 (OT)

28

in

2011

27 at Wright State * L 1-2 Oct. 2 DETROIT * W 1-0 4 LOYOLA * T 0-0 (2OT) 9 at Milwaukee * L 0-8 11 at Green Bay * L 1-5 16 BUTLER * W 3-1 18 VALPARAISO * L 0-2 21 at Canisius L 0-4 25 at YSU * L 0-1 2010 (9-8-2/5-3-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 22 MARSHALL W 3-2 27 GANNON W 3-0 29 KENT STATE W 1-0 (2OT) Sept. 3 UMKC W 2-0 5 CANISIUS W 3-1 8 at Ohio State L 0-2 10 OHIO T 1-1 (2OT) 12 at Bowling Green L 1-2 17 at Washington L 1-5 19 at Seattle L 0-3 24 GREEN BAY * W 1-0 26 MILWAUKEE * L 0-3 Oct. 1 YSU * W 1-0 8 at Loyola * W 2-0 10 at Detroit * L 0-1 15 WRIGHT STATE * W 1-0 22 at Valparaiso * W 2-0 24 at Butler * L 0-1 30 DETROIT # L 1-2 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

T h e 2015 S e a s o n W i l l B e T h e 12 t h I n P r o g r a m H i s t o ry 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 2013 (8-9-1/2-5-0) Head Coach: Derrek Falor Aug. 23 CANISIUS W 3-2 25 BOWLING GREEN W 2-1 30 at Kent State L 1-0 Sept. 1 at Western Michigan L 1-0 6 at Miami (FL) L 6-1 8 at Fla. International L 2-0 13 UMASS-LOWELL W 2-0 15 ROBERT MORRIS W 3-0 18 MADONNA W 5-1 20 OHIO T 0-0 (2OT) 22 at Akron W 2-1 28 DETROIT * W 2-0 Oct. 5 at Valparaiso * L 2-1 12 MILWAUKEE * L 2-0 16 YOUNGSTOWN ST * L 1-0 19 at Green Bay * W 1-0 26 OAKLAND * L 1-0 Nov. 1 at Wright State * L 1-0 2014 (8-8-3/3-4-1) Head Coach: Sonia Curvelo Aug. 22 at UC Santa Barbara L 3-0 24 at Loyola Marymount L 2-0 29 WESTERN MICH. L 1-0 31 at Chicgao State W 6-0 Sept. 2 AKRON W 3-1 5 at Bowling Green W 2-1 7 KENT STATE L 1-0 12 at Canisius W 4-0 14 at Niagara T 0-0 (2OT) 19 EASTERN KY W 4-0 24 at Detroit * L 2-1 (OT) 27 VALPARAISO * L 1-0 Oct. 4 at Milwaukee * T 1-1 (2OT) 8 WRIGHT STATE * W 1-0 (OT) 11 GREEN BAY W 2-0 18 UIC * W 1-0 (2OT) 22 at Youngstown St. * L 2-1 25 at Oakland * L 2-1 Nov 3 at Oakland # T 1-1 (2OT) Lost in shootout, 8-7 * Horizon League match # Horizon League Championship All home matches are in CAPS

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL Last Score Opponent W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T Meeting CSU-OPP Akron 2-5-0 1-3-0 1-2-0 - 2014 3-1 Air Force 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - 2011 2-0 Bowling Green 3-4-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 - 2014 2-1 Butler 3-5-0 1-2-0 2-3-0 - 2011 1-0 Canisius 3-4-0 2-1-0 1-3-0 - 2014 4-0 Chicago State 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - 2014 6-0 Cincinnati 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-4 DePaul 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-2 Delaware State 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 - 2007 3-0 Detroit 2-8-2 2-2-2 0-6-0 - 2014 1-2 Duquesne 1-3-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 - 2012 1-2 Eastern Illinois 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2012 2-3 (OT) Eastern Kentucky 2-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 - 2014 4-0 Florida International 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2013 0-2 Francis Marion 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 - 2012 4-1 Gannon 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2010 3-0 Green Bay 5-6-0 3-2-0 2-4-0 - 2014 2-0 Indiana State 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2007 1-3 IPFW 3-2-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 - 2008 2-0 IUPUI 3-3-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 - 2012 5-1 Kent State 1-7-1 0-2-1 1-5-0 - 2014 0-1 Kentucky 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2008 0-4 Longwood 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 - 2012 3-1 Loyola 1-6-2 0-3-2 1-3-0 - 2012 0-1 Loyola Marymount 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 - 2014 0-2 Madonna 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2013 5-1 Marshall 1-2-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 - 2010 3-2 UMass-Lowell 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2013 2-0 Miami (Fla.) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2013 1-6 Miami (Ohio) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2009 0-4 Milwaukee 0-14-1 0-6-0 0-6-1 0-2-0 2014 1-1 Niagara 0-3-1 0-2-0 0-1-1 - 2014 0-0 Nicholls State 0-1-0 - - 0-1-0 2006 0-1 Notre Dame (OH) 2-0-0 2-0-0 - - 2011 1-0 Oakland 0-2-1 0-1-0 0-1-1 - 2014 1-1 Ohio 2-3-2 1-1-2 1-2-0 - 2013 0-0 (2OT) Ohio State 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2010 0-2 Robert Morris 4-2-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 - 2013 3-0 Seattle 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 2010 0-3 St. Bonaventure 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - 2008 1-4 St. Francis (Pa.) 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2005 0-3 South Alabama 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2006 0-1 Southern Utah 0-1-0 0-1-0 - - 2005 0-2 Toledo 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 - 2008 0-3 Temple 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2007 1-8 UC Santa Barbara 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2014 0-3 UIC 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 - 2014 1-0 UMKC 1-0-0 1-0-0 - - 2010 2-0 Valparaiso 1-10-0 0-5-0 1-5-0 - 2014 0-1 Washington 0-1-0 - 0-1-0 - 2010 1-5 Western Michigan 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 - 2014 0-1 Wyoming 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 - 2011 2-1 Wright State 3-8-1 2-4-1 1-4-0 - 2014 1-0 Youngstown State 6-5-1 4-3-0 2-2-1 - 2014 1-2

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

2014 First Round at Oakland T, 1-1 (2OT); Lost in shootout, 8-7 ALL-TIME RECORD BREAKDOWN All-Time.......................................60-135-12 Home..........................................37-53-8 Road............................................23-79-4 Neutral...........................................0-3-0 Overtime............................................8-8-13 vs. Horizon League........................21-54-7 Horizon League Tournament...........1-8-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

Year Record Home Away Neutral 2004 0-20-0 0-9-0 0-10-0 0-1-0 2005 0-18-1 0-8-0 0-9-1 0-1-0 2006 3-17-0 3-6-0 0-10-0 0-1-0 2007 5-14-1 2-7-1 3-7-0 0-0-0 2008 8-10-1 4-4-1 4-6-0 0-0-0 2009 3-14-1 2-4-1 1-10-0 0-0-0 2010 9-8-2 7-2-2 2-6-0 0-0-0 2011 10-7-2 5-3-2 5-4-0 0-0-0 2012 6-11-0 3-4-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 2013 8-8-1 6-3-1 2-5-0 0-0-0 2014 8-8-3 5-3 3-5-3 0-0-0 Total 60-135-12 37-53-8 23-79-5 0-3-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR HORIZON LEAGUE Year Record Finish 2004 0-7-0 8th 2005 0-6-1 8th 2006 0-7-0 8th 2007 1-6-1 8th 2008 3-4-1 6th 2009 2-5-1 7th 2010 5-3-0 3rd 2011 3-3-2 4th 2012 2-5-0 8th 2013 2-4-0 7th 2014 3-4-1 6th Total 21-54-7

Coach Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Derrek Falor Sonia Curvelo

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Career Records

Individual Season Records There H ave Been Three H at Tricks I n School H istory SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Goals: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2010....................9 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007...................8 3. Vickie Havas, 2013........................7 Taylor Vidovic, 2011.....................7 5. Shayna Bäck, 2006......................... 6 6. Natalie Daniels, 2008....................5 Sylvia Olsby, 2010.........................5 Jaime Avona, 2012.........................5 Vickie Havas, 2012........................5 Amanda Sivic, 2013......................5 Amanda Sivic, 2014......................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 Vickie Havas, 2013........................4 Amanda Sivic, 2013......................4 Points: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2010..................23 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007.................19 3. Vickie Havas, 2013......................18 4. Natalie Daniels, 2008..................16 Shayna Bäck, 2007....................... 16 6. Vickie Havas, 2012......................15 Taylor Vidovic, 2011...................15 8. Shayna Bäck, 2006....................... 14 Amanda Sivic, 2013....................14 10. Lisa Conway, 2006...................... 13

Shots: 1. Jennifer Wieand, 2007.................63 2. Natalie Daniels, 2011..................59 3. Natalie Daniels, 2010..................52 4. Lisa Conway, 2006...................... 51 Vickie Havas, 2013......................51 6. Heather Clapacs, 2004................43 7. Vickie Havas, 2012......................37 Natalie Daniels, 2008..................37 9. Allie Sieradzki, 2014................... 35 10. Jaime Avona, 2012.......................34 Shots On Goal: 1. Jennifer Wieand, 2007.................38 2. Natalie Daniels, 2010..................30 Vickie Havas, 2013......................30 4. Natalie Daniels, 2011..................26 Natalie Daniels, 2008..................26 6. Shayna Bäck, 2007.......................23 7. Heather Clapacs, 2004................20 Lisa Conway, 2006...................... 20 9. Vickie Havas, 2012......................19 10. Vickie Havas, 2014......................18 Saves: 1. Ashley Kidwell, 2004................ 134 2. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007.............124 3. Erin Withrow, 2005................... 122 4. Sarah Wood, 2013...................... 120 5. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010...............92 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2009...............92 7. Erin Withrow, 2006..................... 88 8. Allie Zajaros, 2004....................... 81 9. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2008...............78 10. Sarah Wood, 2014........................ 73

N atalie D aniels ’ 19 G oals A re T he M ost B y A P layer I n S chool H istory SINGLE GAME RECORDS Goals: 3 Amanda Sivic........ at Chicago State, 8/31/14 3 Jaime Avona.......................at IUPUI, 8/24/12 3 Ashley Walchack....vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 2 Done 10 times; ................... last by Vickie Havas ............................ vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/19/14 Assists: 3 Lisa Conway.....vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 2 Amanda Sivic..............vs. Madonna, 9/18/13 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 Amanda Sivic........ at Chicago State, 8/31/14 6 Jaime Avona.......................at IUPUI, 8/24/12 6 Ashley Walchack.vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 5 Vickie Havas...............vs. Madonna, 9/18/13 5 Jennifer Wieand................. vs. IUPUI, 9/4/07 5 Lisa Conway.....vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 4 Done 9 Times; ..............last by Amanda Sivic .......................................vs. Madonna, 9/18/13 Shots: 10 Jennifer Wieand.................vs. YSU, 10/30/07 9 Amanda Sivic........ at Chicago State, 8/31/14 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 Sarah Wood............... at Miami (Fla)., 9/6/13 12 Erin Withrow................... vs. Detroit, 10/7/05 12 Kelly Zinkiewich..........at Ohio State, 9/8/10 11 Done 3 Times;.................. last by Sarah Wood ...............................................vs. Ohio, 9/20/13

Goals: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11.............19 2. Vickie Havas, 2012-PR..................16 3. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10..................13 4. Shayna Bäck, 2006-08................. 12 Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08...........12 6. Amanda Sivic, 2013-14...............10 7. Jaime Avona, 2009-12...................9 8. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-13................9 Valerie Stahl, 2009-12.................... 8 10. Allie Sieradzki, 2012-PR.................5 Ashley Walchack, 2005-06...........5 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08..................5 Amber Rasmussen, 2004-07........5 Assists: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11.............19 2. Vickie Havas, 2012-SA.................. 11 3. Lisa Conway, 2005-06................. 10 Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08...........10 5. Abbie Kakias, 2004-08..................8 6. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-13................7 7. Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10....................6 Shayna Bäck, 2006-08................... 6 9. Kelcey Fischer, 2011-15................. 5 Heather Clapacs, 2004-07.............5 Jessica Bound, 2009-11..................5 Marley Greiner, 2007-10...............5 Points: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11.............57 2. Vickie Havas, 2012-SA..................43 3. Jennifer Wieand, 2004-08...........34 4. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10..................32 5. Shayna Bäck, 2006-08................. 30 6. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-13..............25 7. Amanda Sivic, 2013-14...............24 8. Jaime Avona, 2009-12.................22 9. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12.................. 18 Abbie Kakias, 2004-08................18

hots: S 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11...........177 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007-08.........120 3. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07......... 119 Vickie Havas, 2012-SA................ 119 5. Abbie Kakias, 2005-08................83 6. Jamie Avona, 2009-12.................77 7. Lisa Conway, 2005-06................. 73 8. Slyvia Olsby, 2007-10..................71 9. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07................. 70 10. Amanda Sivic, 2013-14...............66 Shots On Goal: 1. Natalie Daniels, 2008-11.............99 2. Jennifer Wieand, 2007-08...........80 3. Vickie Havas, 2012-SA..................67 4. Heather Clapacs, 2004-07...........54 5. Sylvia Olsby, 2007-10..................39 6. Shayna Bäck, 2004-07................. 38 7. Abbie Kakias, 2005-08................36 8. Taylor Vidovic, 2010-13..............35 9. Jamie Avona, 2009-12.................32 10. Amanda Sivic, 2013-14...............29

Allie Riczo

aves: S 1. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007-10.......386 2. Sarah Wood, 2011-SA................. 258 3. Erin Withrow, 2005-06.............. 210 4. Ashley Kidwell, 2004-06.......... 173 5. Allie Zajaros, 2004-05................. 88 6. Becky Williams, 2011..................64 Shutouts: 1. Kelly Zinkiewich, 2007-10.........15 2. Sarah Wood, 2011-SA................ 11.5 3. 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. Frederike Dubeau, 2010-13........ 72 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 10. Valerie Stahl, 2009-12.................. 71 Frederike Dubeau, 2010-13........ 71 2015 Returners in Italics Ashley Kidwell

Jaime Avona Natalie Daniels

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Records & Year By Year Leaders CSU T ied T he S chool R ecord W ith S ix G oals

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Goals................................................ 6 at Chicago State, 8/31/14 .................................................. 6 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Most Goals Allowed................................13 at Detroit, 10/8/04 Assists.... 5, Three Times; Last vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/19/14 Points......................................... 17 vs. Delaware State, 8/27/06 Shots............................................... 35 at Chicago State, 8/31/14 Fewest Shots Allowed................. 2 vs. Delaware State, 9/9/07 Fewest SOG Allowed........................ 0, Done 2 Times; Last vs. UIC, 10/18/14 Largest Margin of Victory............. 6 at Chicago State, 8/31/14 .................................................. 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............................................................................ 3 (2014) Highest Winning Percentage..................................... .578 (2011) Most Goals....................................................................... 28 (2014) Fewest Goals................................................................. 4 (2004) Most Goals Allowed....................................................... 95 (2004) Fewest Goals Allowed............................................... 18 (2014) Most Assists..................................................................... 22 (2014) Fewest Assists Allowed............................................. 10 (2014) Most Shots Attempted.................................................. 220 (2014) Most Shots Allowed................................................. 566 (2004) Most PK’s Attempted....................................................... 4 (2011) Most PK’s Made...................1 (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014) 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 & 2013) Consecutive Wins.............................................................. 4 (2008) Most Shutouts..........................................................7 (2010, 2014)

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 - Done 2 Times; last vs. UIC, 10/18/14

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T he V ikings H ave H ad 11 D ifferent P layers E arn A ll -L eague H onors

G ame L ast S eason

TEAM MATCH RECORDS

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

A wa r d s & H o n o r s

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 2013..................................Vickie Havas, 18 2014.........A. Sivic, A. Sieradzki, V. Havas, 10 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 2013....................................Vickie Havas, 7 2014.................................. Amanda Sivic, 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 2013........................ V. Havas & A. Sivic, 4 2014...........K. Bainbridge, H. Shingary, E. Sailors, 3 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 2013................................. Sarah Wood, 120 2014................................... Sarah Wood, 73

ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE First Team Natalie Daniels, 2010, 2011 Vickie Havas, 2013 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010

Heather Clapacs

Second Team Jamie Avona, 2012 Heather Clapacs, 2004, 2005 Natalie Daniels, 2008, 2009 Frederike Dubeau, 2013 Kaila Sargema, 2014 Valerie Stahl, 2010 Taylor Vidovic, 2011 Jennifer Wieand, 2007 Sarah Wood, 2014 All-Newcomer Team Katie Bainbridge, 2014 Heather Clapacs, 2004 Natalie Daniels, 2008 Frederike Dubeau, 2010 Vickie Havas, 2012 Shea Levi, 2011 Amber Rassmussen, 2004 Marissa Sarsfield, 2013 Goalkeeper of the Year Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010

Jennifer Wieand

Kelly Zinkiewich

ALL-OHIO First Team Natalie Daniels, 2011 Valerie Stahl, 2011

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

Second Team Heather Clapacs, 2006 Natalie Daniels, 2010 Jennifer Wieand, 2007 Kelly Zinkiewich, 2010

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.


2015 S c h e d u l e August Day Tuesday Saturday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday

Date Opponent 11 at Buffalo (Exhibition) 15 NIAGARA (Exhibition) 21 BUTLER 23 CHICAGO STATE 28 at Eastern Kentucky 30 at Ohio

Location Buffalo, N.Y. Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Krenzler Field Richmond, Ky. Athens, Ohio

Time 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

September Tuesday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Saturday Wednesday

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at Akron vs. Cornell # at St. Bonaventure CANISIUS at Kent State at UIC * DETROIT * YOUNGSTOWN STATE *

Akron, Ohio Olean, N.Y. Olean, N.Y. Krenzler Field Kent, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Krenzler Field Krenzler Field

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October Saturday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Friday

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at Green Bay * MILWAUKEE * at Northern Kentucky * at Wright State * OAKLAND * at Valparaiso *

Green Bay, Wis. Krenzler Field Highland Heights, Ky. Fairborn, Ohio Krenzler Field Valparaiso, Ind.

2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER Monday Thursday Saturday

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2015 Horizon League Championship First Round TBA Semifinals at No. 1 Seed Championship at No. 1 Seed

TBA TBA TBA

Home Matches In BOLD CAPS | # at St. Bonaventure | * Horizon League Match | All Times EASTERN

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