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2011 NORTHRIDGE

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Season Outlook 2010 Season In Review Matador Soccer Field

THE MATADORS

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Head Coach Keith West Assistant Coaches Meet the Team Alexis Barbará Haley Chee Katie Coulas Heidi Farran Melissa Fernandez Stephanie Galarze Emily Geckle Haley Hawes Marie Hirsch Cynthia Jacobo Chloe McDaniel Marissa Miller Stephanie Norton Katie Russ Brittanie Sakajian Brielle Slepicoff Amanda Smith Shannon Ward Wendy Warner Jessa Yukihiro Matador Redshirts / Newcomers

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TEAM HISTORY

40 2010 Scoring 2010 Miscellaneous Stats 2010 Results 2010 Attendance 41 Year-by-Year Results 44 All-Conference & All-Region Honors 45 Series Record vs. All Opponents 47 Career Leaders Season Leaders 48 Year-by-Year Leaders Miscellaneous Records Matador Streaks Record by Season Record in Openers 49 Matador Letterwinners Head Coaches

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Matador Administration Athletic Staff Directory Media Information Athletic Training Center This is Cal State Northridge The Northridge Community Prominent Alumni A History of Success Hall of Fame

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK

OFFENSIVE NORTHRIDGE ENTERS NEW CAMPAIGN LOOKING FOR NEW OFFENSIVE STARS TO MATCH ITS DEFENSIVE PROWESS BY GEOFF HERBERG

THERE ARE FEW CERTAINTIES IN LIFE: DEATH, TAXES and the Cal State Northridge women’s soccer team possessing a stout defense. Anchored by one of the top goalkeepers in the conference and several returning starters, the Matador defense looks to be the cornerstone for most of the success CSUN anticipates achieving in 2011. However, what most excites sixth-year head coach Keith West is not the reliable and steadfast nature of his defense. It is his stock of young forwards and midfielders who must now assume new roles on the team and shoulder the scoring responsibility. A prolific goal scorer on the pitch in his own right, West has seen these young women develop in their time at Northridge and is eager to see what they can do in a more prominent role. “We have a lot of young, talented players on this roster ready to step up,” West said. “They have all worked extremely hard in training, basically since the end of last season, to excel in this campaign.”

GOALKEEPER Patrolling the last line of defense for the Matadors in 2011 is a stable of goalkeepers who have put together a strong record of success in a short period of time. At the front of the group is junior Cynthia Jacobo, who has earned All-Big West Second Team honors in each of her first two seasons with the program. In those two seasons, she has compiled 16 wins, 12 shutouts, 116 saves and a school-record 0.89 goalsagainst-average. In 2011, Jacobo picked up 11 wins, tying her for

the second-most in school history for a single season. She also had 92 saves, a 1.07 goals-againstaverage and seven shutouts. What’s more impressive is that she has saved her best performances for the Big West Conference portion of the schedule. Jacobo has amassed a 10-3 record with nine shutouts and a microscopic 0.38 goals-against-average versus league opposition. Also returning for her junior season is Haley Hawes, one of the team’s captains. In 2011, Hawes earned her first career win by making three saves against Seattle in the regular season finale. “Cynthia is on the verge of becoming a breakout star due to her technical abilities and desire,” West said. “Haley provides this team with energy and leadership and is one of the strongest voices on the squad. We feel confident about what to expect from all our keepers.”

DEFENSE Along its defensive back line, CSUN returns a host of experienced players that help make it the heart of the team. Even West can admit that having too many players for positions on the field is a good problem to have. Leading the charge for the Northridge defense is senior Brielle Slepicoff, an outside back who earned NSCAA All-West Region Second Team honors and All-Big West First Team honors in 2011. She has also displayed a knack for getting to goal in crucial situations and brings in 10 career points (two goals, six assists) into her final season. “Brielle is an outstanding student-athlete and

serves as a great example for our younger players,” West said. “She brings tremendous speed and discipline to her position. She has continued to improve since the first day she set foot on campus and it is exciting to see that culminate with what should be a strong senior season.” Junior Katie Russ has appeared in 40 games over the past two seasons, including 32 starts. In 2011, Russ picked up her first career goal in the Matadors’ victory over Cal State Fullerton. Fellow junior Stephanie Norton has seen action in 16 matches through her first two seasons and adds to the depth along the outside. CSUN also returns a pair of sophomores who had eventful rookie campaigns in 2010, Chloe McDaniel and Wendy Warner. After sitting out a season, McDaniel was one of CSUN’s steadiest defenders and started 15 of the Matadors’ final 16 contests. Warner was a true freshman in 2010 and responded by appearing in 18 matches and making 12 starts. Another sophomore, Shannon Ward, saw action in 13 games as a true freshman and could see time both along the defensive backline and in midfield. “Katie Russ has been a big part of our success over the past two seasons and brings in lots of toughness. Chloe and Wendy learned quickly last year and that experience should help them as they continue to develop. Stephanie and Shannon are both outstanding individuals with good speed and discipline and add to collective strength of our defense,” West added. As far as newcomers, West and his staff are excited to add several fresh faces they hope will

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contribute immediately. One of those players is freshman Leandra Walker, a tall defender that could see time both in the center and outside of the defense. Another freshman West expects to see on the pitch during the course of the 2011 season is Amilee Smith. She could see time on both defense and in midfield due to her technical ability and speed.

MIDFIELD In midfield, the Matadors figure to be buoyed by a mix of upperclassmen and new faces. For most of these players, the 2011 campaign represents an opportunity for not only increased playing time, but starting roles as the Matadors lost several mainstays to graduation. A pair of seniors, Alexis Barbara and Katie Coulas, should see time in the center of the field. Barbara earned her first career assist and point in the 2010 season and brings in 44 career

whipping in crosses and Haley is another holding midfielder that will be counted upon to help the team transition from offense to defense and vice versa,” West said. West and his staff also have a healthy stable of incoming freshmen they expect to contribute in midfield. Cori Deason, Tabitha Dickson, Devyn Leselie and Hannah Wissler all bring in accomplished prep and club careers to Northridge and add much needed depth for the Matadors throughout the pitch.

FORWARDS Up front, the Matadors will look to a crop of experienced returning players to lead the attack. Among those poised for a stellar campaign is senior Heidi Farran. After earning All-Big West honors in 2009 following a fourgoal campaign, Farran slipped to just one goal in 2010. However, she has reported to camp motivated and ready to leave a lasting

“WE HAVE A LOT OF YOUNG, TALENTED PLAYERS ON THIS ROSTER READY TO STEP UP,” WEST SAID. “THEY HAVE ALL WORKED EXTREMELY HARD IN TRAINING, BASICALLY SINCE THE END OF LAST SEASON, TO EXCEL IN THIS CAMPAIGN.” – KEITH WEST appearances into her final season. Coulas has battled through injuries the past two seasons, but will look to build upon her 35 career appearances to earn time on the pitch. “For these two, the key will be staying healthy. Alexis and Katie want to end their CSUN careers on a strong note and both will have the opportunity to contribute meaningful minutes to this team,” West said. CSUN has a steady group of juniors in midfield also looking at an expanded role in the upcoming season. Melissa Fernandez headlines the group after leading the team with five assists en route to All-Big West Honorable Mention honors in 2010. She added her first career goal during the campaign and could also see time up front at striker. Stephanie Galarze is another junior who put together a nice 2010 campaign. In her second season with the Matadors, Galarze recorded her first two career assists and scored her first career goal in a win at Cal State Bakersfield. Another junior has seen an increase in playing time over her first two seasons is Marie Hirsch. She enters her third season with 35 career appearances and two career assists. Jessa Yukihiro also expects an increased role with the team after joining the squad before the 2010 campaign. “Our junior midfielders bring in a lot of potential, from Melissa’s ability to break down a defense to Stephanie’s speed on the outside to Jessa and Marie being able to control the ball in the middle of the field,” West said. “I have seen so much from this group in practice sessions and this year will be their time to take what they have learned and apply it in a significant way.” Among sophomores in midfield, West and his staff have high expecations for several returning players, including Amanda Smith and Haley Chee. Smith came off her redshirt season to finish with two assists while appearing in all 21 matches. Chee, who usually occupies a holding position, appeared in 12 games in her rookie season. “Amanda really impressed with her speed and precision in

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mark in her final season with the Matadors. One of the bright spots of the 2010 season was the play of Brittanie Sakajian, who produced a four-goal, two-assist campaign. She had two three-point performances during the year and West believes the year of seasoning she got in 2010 will pay huge dividends in 2011. “Heidi has come into this season determined and prepared to have a stellar campaign,” West said. “She has the skill, and more importantly, has the desire to finish strong and help lift the program to new heights. Brittanie is another one of our young players who is just beginning to scratch the surface of her potential. A fourgoal rookie campaign is great start, but she and I both expect even more this year.” Junior Marisa Miller recorded her first career point during the 2010 season and is expected to take on a larger role in 2011 like so many of her teammates. Also expected to see the pitch up front for West and CSUN are a pair of redshirt freshmen: Meghan Kilby and Nicolette Smith. Both spent the 2010 season practicing with the team and hope to build off that experience as they begin their first year of Division I soccer. “Marisa’s drive and fitness level is the best it has ever been since she arrived on campus. She has great technical ability and the more she can stay on the field, the greater chances we have to be successful. Meghan and Nicolette have a year’s worth of practice and conditioning under their belt and are hungry to get on the field and contribute to the squad.”

CONCLUSION Although Northridge brings in ample experience for 2011, it will be up to a new group of Matadors to assume a larger role both on the field and in the dressing room. Anchored by a stout defense, the Matadors have reason to be optimistic that the transition will be seamless. Ultimately, however, that belief will have to be played out on the field against a challenging schedule. Of that, we can be certain.


2010 IN REVIEW THE CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE WOMEN’S SOCCER PROGRAM enjoyed another stellar campaign in 2010, tying a school record with 12 victories. In Big West play, the squad qualified for the league tournament for the second-straight season after finishing 5-3 during the conference slate. Following the season, six Matadors were named All-Big West Conference: Farryn Townley (First Team, Second-Straight Year), Desiree Cardenas (First Team), Brielle Slepicoff (First Team), Cynthia Jacobo (Second Team), Sonia Espitia (Honorable Mention) and Melissa Fernandez (Honorable Mention). Adding to CSUN’s haul were two NSCAA All-West Region Selections: Slepicoff (Second Team) and Townley (Third Team). They became just the third and fourth player to earn all-region status in school history and Slepicoff became the first field player in school history to earn second team honors. In fact, Slepicoff doubled up on her all-region honors, additionally earning NSCAA All-West Region Scholar First Team honors, the first student-athlete in school history to receive the award. During the season, Townley set to smashing the school record books in a host of categories. She set a new school record by finishing her career with 22 goals, 48 points and 80 match appearances. For the season, she finished with seven goals and one assist for a team-leading 15 points. Jacobo also had an outstanding camaign for Northridge, posting 11 wins and seven shutouts during the year. She added to that 92 saves and a 1.07 goals-against-average to earn all-confernce honors for the second-straight season. Cardenas tallied four goals and two assists on the season while Espitia added seven points and Fernandez led the club with five assists. The all-conference recognition was Espitia’s second award with the league and represtented the first awards for Cardenas and Fernandez. Other notable individual performances came from freshman Brittanie Sakajian, who finished with four goals, two assists and 10 points in her first season with the team. The year also marked the final season for seniors Jasmine Pratt and Erin Kelly. Pratt ended her career having appeared in 78 matches, the second-most in school history while Kelly scored two goals, including the game-winning penalty kick in the school’s first ever victory over San Diego. On the pitch, Northridge registered several notable victories during the course of the season. In addition to defeating the Toreros for the first time in program history, Northridge also recorded a victory over Pepperdine for the first time in school history. CSUN also defeated Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo for the first time in school history and picked up a pair of 1-0 victories over Kansas and UNLV at a tournament in Las Vegas. CSUN went a perfect 4-0 at home during the league schedule, defeating UC Davis, Pacific, Cal State Fullerton and UC Riverside. In the Big West Semifinals, the Matadors were edged 2-1 by Long Beach State to end their season.

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ABOUT THE GUIDE EDITOR

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The 2011 Cal State Northridge Women’s Soccer Media Guide contains basic information on the Cal State Northridge women’s soccer program. Designed in-house on a MacBook Pro using QuarkXPress 8.5, Adobe Lightroom 3 and Adobe Photoshop CS5. The 2011 Cal State Northridge Women’s Soccer Media Guide may be purchased for $10 per copy. Please include an additional $2 to cover postage and handling. Make checks payable to Cal State Northridge Athletics. Write to: Cal State Northridge Athletic Media Relations 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, CA 91330-8276 MATADOR SOCCER FIELD WILL HOUSE THE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAMS FOR THE 2011 SEASON. The venue began operation at the start of the 2002 campaign and added lights to the field before the start of the 2010 season. The first match played under the lights was a women’s match, in which CSUN and Portland played before a stadium-record 1,496 people on Aug. 22, 2010. The men’s team defeated visiting Fresno State, 2-0, in the site’s first match on Sept. 15, 2002. The field’s capacity is 1,500 with bleachers lining the east side. Player benches are located on the west side and the field also features a press box and concession stands. The largest crowd in the venue’s history came on Nov. 22, 2005 as a sellout crowd watched the Matadors defeat UC Santa Barbara 3-2 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Matador Soccer Field is located south of the Matador Diamond softball field and west of the Matador Tennis Complex. Parking to attend Matador soccer matches is available in Lot G4, which is located at Zelzah and Plummer Streets. ■

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KEITHWEST HEAD COACH // SIXTH SEASON GRANADA HILLS, CALIF. // NORTHRIDGE, B.A. 2003 OVERALL RECORD: 45-47-5 2009 BIG WEST COACH OF THE YEAR KEITH WEST STARTS HIS SIXTH year as the head coach of the Northridge women’s soccer team in 2011. Building on the momentum generated in 2009, the 2010 season represented a successful campaign for West and the Matadors. The team tied a school record with 12 victories and posted a 5-3 mark in league play to qualify for the Big West Tournament for the second-straight year. The squad also posted an 8-2 mark at home as Matador Soccer Field debuted its new lighting system in an Aug. 22 match against Portland. Following the season, six Matadors were named to the All-Big West Team and Brielle Slepicoff (Second Team) and Farryn Townley (Third Team) earned NSCAA All-West Region honors. Townley also left school as the program’s all-time leader in goals (22), points (48) and matches played (80). The 2009 campaign represented one of the most accomplished seasons in Matador history. With West at the helm, the Matadors posted a 10-10 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the Big West. By finishing second in the league standings, Northridge hosted its first playoff game in school history, a 2-1 loss to UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 5. Individually, West saw six Matadors honored by the league coaches, including First Team honors for Farryn Townley and Big West Freshman of the Year honors for Cynthia Jacobo. For his work in the historic season, West was named the 2009 Big West Coach of the Year. The Matadors finished 8-9-2 in the 2008 season, including a 3-4-1 record against Big West opponents. Northridge started the campaign with a school-record four-straight victories. CSUN also recorded the 100th victory in the program’s history with a 2-0 defeat of UC Davis on Oct. 17. In all, 11 different players scored goals for CSUN during the year and seniors Tryna Tafoya and Nalena Betancourt received All-Big West honors following the season. In 2007, West’s Matadors finished 5-10-3 overall, but 3-1-2 over their last six games and 2-4-2 against Big West Conference opponents, including a 1-0 victory over UC Santa Barbara. The victory over the Gauchos was CSUN’s first since 2001. Following the season, seniors Susie Mischenko and Kristy Krohn earned All-Big West honors, with Mischenko receiving All-Big West First Team recognition for the second-consecutive season. In his first season as the head coach, West guided the Matadors to a 10-9-0 overall record and a fifth-place finish in the Big West Conference in 2006. West had two players receive All-Big West honors, as Susie Mischenko earned first team accolades and Sara Davis was named honorable mention. West was named head coach on Mar. 14,

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2006, becoming the fifth head coach in the history of the program. West previously worked with the women’s team for two years as an assistant under Terry Davila and helped guide the Matadors to a pair of double-digit win totals. In 2004, Northridge equaled school records in wins (12) and conference victories (6) in earning its first trip to the Big West Tournament. In 2005, the Matadors posted an 11-8-0 record, setting a school mark with a ninematch win streak in tying for fourth in one of the toughest conference’s in the nation. West has been a part of the Cal State Northridge soccer coaching staff since 1999 when he was an assistant on the men’s team. His coaching days began in 1996 when he served as a graduated assistant on coach Marwan Ass’ad’s staff. As the men’s defensive coach for seven seasons, West helped the Matadors to four straight trips (2002-05) to the NCAA Division I Tournament thanks to a defense that has been ranked as one of the nation's toughest over the last four seasons. Northridge finished with a goals against average of 0.88 last season and posted 11 shutouts. Three Matador defenders earned All-Big West Conference honors, with Sean Franklin earning first-team honors, Matt Tracy receiving second-team accolades and Derek Hanks being named to the honorable mention team. A total of 10 Northridge defenders were named all-conference from 2002-05, including back-to-back Big West Defensive Player of the Year Edwin Miranda. West spent seven years as the assistant coach of Harvard-Westlake High School's varsity girls' soccer team. In addition, he served as the head coach of the boys' Valley United Soccer Club for four years and the girls' Valley United Soccer Club for one season. West also coached the West Valley Samba squad that won the Dallas Cup tournament in 2002. Much of West's success as a coach comes from lessons learned on the field as a threeyear letterman with the Matadors from 1993-95. He led the western region and finished third in the nation in scoring as a senior after collecting an amazing 20 goals and 49 total points. In addition to his Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year award, West garnered second team All-Far West Region honors in 1995. Recently, West was named to the MPSF 15th Anniversary Team. West, who graduated from CSUN in the spring of 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Finance/Real Estate, was born on Feb. 5, 1973 and currently resides in Granada Hills. He and his wife, Eva, have a son, Cameron Anders, and welcomed their daughter, Kylee Elle, into the world on May 14, 2011. ■

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Juan Plascencia enters his seventh season as a member of the Cal State Northridge women's soccer coaching staff. He will assist in coaching the goalkeepers as well as helping out with administrative duties. In his six seasons with the Matadors, Plascencia has aided the keepers to 31 shutouts and saw goalkeeper Cynthia Jacobo post five-straight shutouts over Big West opponents to earn the 2009 Big West Freshman of the Year honors. Plascencia was a two-year letterwinner at Northridge (1998-99). He played in 14 matches, starting six during his two years. During his time in goal, he posted a 5-4 record with a 2.32 goals against average and two shutouts. Plascencia's best season came in 1999, when he posted a 1.86 GAA in nine matches. Plascencia prepped at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. The two-time team captain earned All-Mission League second-team honors in 1995 and '96, first team accolades in 1997 and was an All-Area selection and Mission League Goalkeeper MVP in 1998. Prior to working at Cal State Northridge, Plascencia has coached for the West Valley Samba as well as for Viewpoint, Notre Dame, Harvard Westlake and Louisville High Schools. Plascencia is currently working toward attaining his degree at Cal State Northridge.

Miguel Ruiz begins his second season as a member of the Cal State Northridge Women's soccer staff in 2010, moving to the second assistant position after serving as the volunteer assistant in 2009. With the Matadors, Ruiz is responsible for developing training regiments and other administrative responsibilities. A native of Simi Valley, Calif., Ruiz joined the Matadors after two successful seasons as an assistant coach at Kansas Wesleyan. Working with both the men's and women's programs, Ruiz helped guide the Coyotes to conference titles in 2007 and 2008. The women's team also qualified for the NAIA National Tournament for the first time in program history under Ruiz's watch. In addition to his role with CSUN, Ruiz also serves as the Director of Youth Development with LAFC Chelsea. He coaches a U-10 and U-11 squad with the Blues. Ruiz played two seasons for Moorpark College, roaming the defensive back line in the 2001 and 2002 seasons. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education from Kansas Wesleyan in 2009 and is pursuing a Master's Degree in Sports Management from Southern New Hampshire University.

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WEST’S CAREER RECORD >> YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

W-L-T 10-9-0 5-10-3 8-9-2 10-10-0 12-9-0 45-47-5

PCT CONF. REC. .526 3-4-0 .361 2-4-2 .474 3-4-1 .500 6-2-0 .571 5-3-0 .490 19-17-3

CONF. FINISH 5th (Big West) 7th (Big West) 5th (Big West) 2nd (Big West) 3rd (Big West)

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M TheMATADORS MEET THE TEAM PRONUNCIATION KEY >> NAME

PRONUNCIATION

Katie Coulas

COOL-us

Heidi Farran

fur-ran

Stephanie Galarze

Ga-LAR-zee

Juan Plascencia

pluh-sen-see-uh

Brielle Slepicoff

BREE-el Slep-i-COFF

Jessa Yukihiro

Yu-ki-HERO

ROSTER BREAKDOWN >> [SENIORS_5] Alexis Barbará, Katie Coulas, Heidi Farran, Nicole Padilla, Brielle Slepicoff [JUNIORS_13] Brittany Corcoran, Nicole Cruz Melissa Fernandez, Stephanie Galarze, Emily Geckle, Hayley Hawes, Marie Hirsch, Cynthia Jacobo, Marisa Miller, Stephanie Norton, Arika Ontiveros, Katie Russ, Jessa Yukihiro [SOPHOMORES_8] Haley Chee, Lauren Kawomoto, Renee McCaleb, Chloe McDaniel, Brittanie Sakajian, Amanda Smith, Shannon Ward, Wendy Warner [REDSHIRT_FRESHMEN_3] Meghan Kilby, Melissa Lopez, Nicollete Smith [FRESHMEN_10] Cori Deason, Tabatha Dickson, Devyn Leslie, Jessica Small, Amilee Smith, Cynthia Tafoya, Leandra Walker Rachel Webb, Hannah Wissler, Soraya Ziarati [FORWARDS_6] Heidi Farran, Melissa Fernandez, Meghan Kilby, Marisa Miller, Brittanie Sakajian, Nicolette Smith [MIDFIELDERS_17] Alexis Barbará, Haley Chee, Katie Coulas, Cori Deason, Tabatha Dickson, Stephanie Galarze, Emily Geckle, Marie Hirsch, Lauren Kawomoto, Devyn Leslie, Melissa Lopez, Renee McCaleb, Arika Ontiveros, Jessica Small, Amanda Smith, Hannah Wissler, Soraya Ziarati [DEFENDERS_12] Brittany Corcoran, Nicole, Cruz, Chloe McDaniel, Stephanie Norton, Katie Russ, Brielle Slepicoff, Amilee Smith, Leandra Walker, Shannon Ward, Wendy Warner, Rachel Webb, Jessa Yukihiro [GOALKEEPERS_4] Hayley Hawes, Cynthia Jacobo, Nicole Padilla, Cynthia Tafoya

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[TOP ROW] Meghan Kilby, Nicole Padilla, Chloe McDaniel, Brittany Corcoran, Marissa Miller, Stephanie Norton, Brielle Slepicoff, Katie Russ, Leandra Walker, Melissa Fernandez, Nicole Cruz, Rachel Webb [SECOND ROW] Devyn Leslie, Katie Coulas, Melissa Lopez, Mandy Trainer, Juan Plascencia, Keith West, Ivan Alzate, Miguel Ruis, Dunford Rodill, Alexis Barbará, Heidi Farran, Shannon Ward [THIRD ROW] Hannah Wissler, Nicolette Smith, Lauren Kawamoto, Tabatha Dickson, Haley Hawes, Cynthia Jacobo, Cynthia Tafoya, Soraya Ziarati, Brittanie Sakajian, Arika Ontiveros, Stephanie Galarze, Jessa Yukihiro [BOTTOM ROW] Cori Deason, Jessica Small, Amilee Smith, Amanda Smith, Haley Chee, Marie Hirsch, Renee McCaleb, Wendy Warner NO 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

NAME Cynthia Tafoya Haley Hawes Cynthia Jacobo Amanda Smith Heidi Farran Stephanie Norton Katie Coulas Renee McCaleb Alexis Barbara Haley Chee Devyn Leslie Melissa Fernandez Shannon Ward Brielle Slepicoff Melissa Lopez Chloe McDaniel Katie Russ Leandra Walker Stephanie Galarze Nicole Cruz Hannah Wissler Jessa Yukihiro Arika Ontiveros Marie Hirsch Amilee Smith Marisa Miller Wendy Warner Jessica Small Brittany Corcoran Cori Deason Meghan Kilby Emily Geckle Nicole Padilla Brittanie Sakajian Nicolette Smith Lauren Kawamoto Rachel Webb Tabatha Dickson Soraya Ziarati

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Head Coach: Keith West (Sixth Season) Northridge, 2003 Assistant Coach: Juan Plascencia (Eighth Season) Assistant Coach: Miguel Ruiz (Third Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Ivan Alzate (First Season)

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HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Sherman Oaks, CA (Notre Dame HS) Santa Maria, CA (Ernest Righetti HS) Arleta, CA (Granada Hills HS) Camarillo, CA (Saint Bonaventure HS) San Pedro, CA (San Pedro HS) Simi Valley, CA (Royal HS) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks HS) Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Long Island) Chula Vista, CA (Eastlake HS) Honolulu, HI (Kalani HS) Oceanside, CA (Rancho Buena Vista HS) Granada Hills, CA (Granada Hills HS) Los Alamitos, CA (Los Alamitos HS) Saugus, CA (Saugus HS) Encino, CA (Notre Dame HS) Palmdale, CA (Quartz Hill HS) Canyon Country, CA (Canyon HS) Campbell, CA (Westmont HS) Lancaster, CA (Quartz Hill HS) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks HS) Vista, CA (Rancho Buena Vista HS) Los Alamitos, CA (Southern Utah) Lancaster, CA (Quartz Hill HS) West Hills, CA (Notre Dame HS) Camarillo, CA (Saint Bonaventure HS) Santa Maria, CA (Ernest Righetti HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Sacramento, CA (Christian Brothers of Sacramento HS) Long Beach, CA (Kansas Wesleyan) Lakeside, CA (West Hills HS) Fullerton, CA (Fullerton Union HS) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks HS) Simi Valley, CA (Cal State Bakersfield) Valencia, CA (Saugus HS) Valencia, CA (Valencia HS) Oak Park, CA (Moorpark CC) Palmdale, CA (Quartz Hill HS) Bakersfield, CA (Bakersfield Christian HS) Granada Hills, CA (Kennedy HS)


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Barbará appeared in 20 matches for Matadors during junior season ... picked up first career assist and point in Matadors' 1-0 victory at UNLV on Sept. 12 ... finished year with eight shots, putting four on-goal ... saw the yellow card in CSUN's 2-0 victory at Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 21.

2009 Barbará played in 15 matches for CSUN in 2009, making one start ... made first career start against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23 ... recorded only shot of the season, which was on-goal, at UC Riverside on Oct. 16.

2008 Barbará appeared in nine matches for Northridge during 2008 season ... saw the yellow card against UNLV on Sept. 5.

EASTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL Barbará was a four-year starter for the Titans ... named to the All-Mesa League First Team following the 2008 ... received the San Diego Union Tribune Player of the Year Honors in 2008 season ... also a member of the 2007 state cup champs, Girls U16 Rangers.

PERSONAL Born on September 4, 1990 ... daughter of Christina and John Barbara .... has a sister, Maya, and a brother, John ... majoring in Communications with a minor in Human Resources Management.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2008 9-0 0 2009 15-1 0 2010 20-2 0 TOTALS 44-3 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

SH SOG GW 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 4 0 12 5 0

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MEET THE TEAM // #7 ALEXIS BARBARÁ

MIDFIELDER // 5-4 // SENIOR // CHULA VISTA, CALIF. // EASTLAKE HS


M TheMATADORS MIDFIELDER // 5-2 // SOPHOMORE // HONOLULU, HAWAI’I // KALANI HS

HALEYCHEE CHEE 2010

Chee appeared in 12 matches for CSUN during redshirt freshman season ... finished with two shots, putting one on-goal.

2009 Chee did not appear in any matches and used a redshirt.

KALANI HS Chee was a four-year starter for Kalani ... earned team MVP honors following 2009 season ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on June 23, 1991 ... daughter of Melinda Franklin and Kevin Chee ... has two brothers, Kyle and Bryan, and one sister, Erica ... undecided on a major.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 12-1 0 TOTALS 12-1 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0

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SH SOG GW 2 1 0 2 1 0

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KATIECOULAS COULAS LAS 2010

Coulas appeared in four matches during her junior season at Northridge.

2009 Coulas appeared in 12 matches for CSUN, making one start ... made only start of the season vs. Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23.

2008 Coulas appeared in all 19 matches for Matadors in 2008, making one start ... scored first career goal, the game-winning strike, against Southern Utah on Aug. 29 ... earned starting role against UC Davis on Oct. 17 ... finished with eight shots, five of which were on goal.

2007 Coulas did not appear in a match for Northridge in 2007 and used a redshirt.

THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL Coulas was a three-year starter for the Lancers and coach Geoff Raives ... three-time first-team All-Marmonte League honoree ... first-team All-CIF as a senior ... league MVP as a senior ... graduated in 2007.

PERSONAL Born on June 9, 1988 ... parents are Greg and Terry Coulas ... has two sisters, Sara and Becky, a brother, Brian, a brother-in-law, Jeff, and two nieces, Maggie and Ellie ... her heroes are her brother, a LAFD firefighter, and her mom ... majoring in Psychology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2008 19-1 1 2009 12-1 0 2010 4-0 0 TOTALS 35-2 1

A PTS 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

SH SOG GW 8 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 5 1

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#8 HALEY CHEE // #5 KATIE COULAS

MIDFIELDER // 5-7 // SENIOR // THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. // THOUSAND OAKS HS


M TheMATADORS FORWARD // 5-7 // SENIOR // SAN PEDRO, CALIF. // SAN PEDRO HS

HEIDIFARRAN FARRAN

2009 ALL-BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION

2010

Farran appeared in 18 matches during her junior season ... scored goal in Matadors' 2-1 loss at Long Beach State on Oct. 24 ... finished year with 14 shots, putting nine on-goal.

2009 Farran appeared in all 20 matches, making 17 starts ... named All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention after finishing season with four goals, one assist and nine points ... had two game-winning goals against league opponents: vs. UC Irvine on Oct. 25 and vs. Long Beach State on Nov. 1 ... scored first career goal in Matadors' 3-1 victory at San Diego State on Aug. 23 ... converted a penalty kick in early minutes in CSUN's 3-2 victory over Cal Poly on Oct. 2 ... picked up first career assist in CSUN's 3-0 victory over LMU on Aug. 27 ... finished third on the team with 26 shots during the season, putting 17 on-goal, the second-most on the team ... had a season-high three shots on three different occasions.

2008 Farran appeared in 16 matches during her freshman season, making one start ... finished with four shots, two on goal, for the season ... nearly scored her first collegiate goal at UC Irvine on Oct. 23, ringing an attempt off the post ... earned first career start at Cal Poly on Oct. 12.

2007 Redshirted.

SAN PEDRO HIGH SCHOOL Farran played four seasons for the Pirates as a center midfielder ... started all four years and was elected captain as a senior ... registered 22 goals and 19 assists as a senior ... earned all-league honors allfour years ... named conference MVP as a senior ... graduated in 2007 with a 3.6 GPA.

PERSONAL Born on September 9, 1989 in San Pedro, Calif. ... parents are Karen and Mark Farran ... favorites include David Beckham, Will Ferrell, and cheese ... greatest sports moment was scoring the tying and winning goals in the quarterfinals as a high school senior ... likes to go to the beach when she has time to relax ... most famous person she's met is Daniel Radcliffe ... majoring is Business.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2008 16-1 0 2009 20-17 4 2010 18-6 1 TOTALS 54-24 5

A PTS 0 0 1 9 0 2 1 11

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MELISSAFERNANDEZ FERNANDEZ

2010 ALL-BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION

2010

ernandez appeared in all 21 matches during her sophomore season ... earned All-Big West Honorable Mention honors after finishing with one goal, a team-high five assists and seven points ... scored first career goal, the game-winning strike, in Matadors' 2-1 victory over UC Davis on Oct. 1 ... assisted on both goals in Matadors' 2-0 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 28 ... also had an assist against Seattle, at Long Beach State in Big West Tournament and against Saint Joseph's ... five assists ties her with nine other Matadors for seventh-most assists in a single season ... finished year with 33 shots, putting 15 on-goal.

2009 Fernandez appeared in 12 matches in 2009, making eight starts ... picked up first career assist in Matadors' 1-0, overtime win at UC Davis on Oct. 11 ... finished year with 18 shots, putting six on-goal ... had a season-high four shots vs. Cal Poly on Oct. 2.

GRANADA HILLS HS Fernandez was a four-year letterwinner for the Highlanders ... received all-city honors three times and was a part of two city finalist teams ... played club ball with Real SoCal ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on May 3, 1991 ... daughter of Gina and Claudio Fernandez ... has two brothers, Tony and Fabian ... includes Abby Wambach, actor Brad Pitt, "Friends" and sushi as some of her favorites ... would want to have dinner with Mexican and Manchester United futbol star "El Chicharito" Javier Hernandez... can't imagine going a week without touching a ball ... says the best thing about being an athlete is doing what you love ... majoring in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Physical Education.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 12-8 0 2010 21-20 1 TOTALS 33-28 1

A PTS 1 1 5 7 6 8

SH SOG GW 18 6 0 33 15 1 51 21 1

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#3 HEIDI FARRAN // #10 MELISSA FERNANDEZ

MIDFIELDER // 5-7 // JUNIOR // GRANADA HILLS, CALIF. // GRANADA HILLS HS


M TheMATADORS MIDFIELDER // 5-4 // JUNIOR // LANCASTER, CALIF. // QUARTZ HILL HS

STEPHANIEGALARZE STEPHANIE 2010

Galarze appeared in all 21 matches during her sophomore season ... scored first career goal, first two career assists and first four career points during the season ... tallied the game-winning goal in Matadors' 2-1 victory at Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 21 ... also had an assist in the match against Roadrunners ... picked up first career assist and point in Matadors' 2-0 victory at Cal Poly on Oct. 10 ... finished the year with 14 shots, putting eight on-goal.

2009 Galarze appeared in 15 matches, making four starts in 2009 ... earned first career start at San Diego State on Aug. 23 ... finished year with two shots ... saw the yellow card vs. Hawai'i on Sept. 18.

QUARTZ HILL HS Galarze was a four-year starter for the Rebels ... named All-Golden League First Team and All-CIF Division 2 First Team honors following 2009 season... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on May 31, 1991 ... daughter of Yoly Arellano and Raymond Galarze ... has one brother, John, and three sisters, Jennifer, Alexis and Morgan ... lists actor Brad Pitt and Mexican Food as some of her favorites ... names her mother as her greatest hero ... majoring in Biology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 15-4 0 2010 21-3 1 TOTALS 36-7 1

A PTS 0 0 2 4 2 4

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EMILYGECKLE GECKLE 2010

Geckle appeared in one match.

2009 Geckle made five appearances for the Matadors in 2009, making two starts ... made first career appearance in CSUN's 3-1 victory at San Diego State on Aug. 23 ... made first career start at New Mexico on Sept. 11 ... finished with one shot on the season, taken against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23.

2008 Geckle used a redshirt in 2008.

THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL Geckle played four years at Thousand Oaks under head coach Geoff Raives ... earned First Team All-Marmonte League honors in 2008 ... graduated in 2008.

PERSONAL Born on January 24, 1990 ... daughter of Wendy and Jeffrey Geckle ... has three sisters, Olivia, Michelle and Kelly ... favorites include the LA Lakers, actress Rachel McAdams, the TV show "Law and Order" and the band "The Fray" ... says the toughest thing about being an athlete is making time for family and friends ... majoring in Psychology with a minor in Family Studies.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 5-2 0 2010 1-0 0 TOTALS 6-2 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

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#17 STEPHANIE GALARZE // #30 EMILY GECKLE

MIDFIELDER // 5-3 // JUNIOR // THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. // THOUSAND OAKS HS


M TheMATADORS GOALKEEPER // 5-7 // JUNIOR // SANTA MARIA, CALIF. // ERNEST RIGHETTI HS

HALEYHAWES 2010

Hawes appeared in three matches for CSUN during her sophomore season ... recorded her first career win by making three saves in Matadors' 3-1 victory over Seattle on Oct. 31 ... finished year with 1-0 record, 2.55 GAA, three saves and .600 save percentage ... served as team captain ... also saw the field against Saint Joseph's and Texas A&M.

2009 Hawes appeared in three matches for the Matadors in 2009 ... posted a 1.60 GAA and a .765 save percentage with 13 saves in 225 minutes in net ... made first career appearance in Matadors' 1-0 victory over Vermont on Sept. 6, making three saves in the second half to earn half a shutout ... made first career start in CSUN's 3-2 loss to UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 4, finishing with four saves ... started at Pacific on Oct. 9, making six saves in Northridge's 1-0 loss.

2008 Hawes used a redshirt in 2008.

ERNEST RIGHETTI HIGH SCHOOL Hawes was a four-year starter for the Warriors, playing both goalkeeper and forward during the span ... named to All-Pac 7 First Team and received Defensive MVP honors following 2008 season ... recorded 12 shutouts in her time in net.

PERSONAL Born on June 23, 1990 ... daughter of Monica and Mark Hawes ... has one brother, Jono ... lists US Women's National Soccer Team, actress Kate Hudson and Mexican food as some of her favorites ... majoring in Kinesiology, Exercise Science with a minor in Business Management.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS MIN GA GAA 2009 3-2 225 4 1.60 2010 3-0 71 2 2.55 TOTALS 6-2 296 6 1.82

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SV 13 3 16

W-L-T SHO 0-2-0 0.0 1-0-0 0.0 1-2-0 0.0

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MARIEHIRSCH RSCH 2010

Hirsch appeared in 17 matches for CSUN during sophomore season ... picked up an assist and point in Matadors' 3-1 victory over Seattle on Oct. 31 ... finished the year with 10 shots, putting four on-goal.

2009 Hirsch appeared in 18 matches in 2009, making one start ... had one assist on the season, picking up the helper on Aug. 23 at San Diego State ... earned first career start vs. Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23 ... finished year with four shots, putting one on-goal.

2008 Hirsch used a redshirt in 2008.

NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL Hirsch was a four-year standout and team captain at Notre Dame ... named to the AllMission League First Team following her senior year and to the All-Mission League Second Team after her junior season ... named team MVP after sophomore and senior seasons.

PERSONAL Born on February 7, 1990 ... daughter of Charo Hirsch ... step-father is Paul Melanson ... has a twin brother Jean ... full name is Marie-Cecile ... favorites include snowboarding, San Diego Charger and FC Barcelona ...majoring in Recreation and Tourism Management.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 18-1 0 2010 17-3 0 TOTALS 35-4 0

A PTS 1 1 1 1 2 2

SH SOG GW 4 1 0 10 4 0 14 5 0

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#0 HALEY HAWES // #22 MARIE HIRSCH

MIDFIELDER // 5-3 // JUNIOR // WEST HILLS, CALIF. // NOTRE DAME HS


M TheMATADORS GOALKEEPER // 5-9 // JUNIOR // ARLETA, CALIF. // GRANADA HILLS HS

CYNTHIAJACOBO CYNTHIAJACOBO 2010

Jacobo started all 21 matches in goal for CSUN during her sophomore season ... earned All-Big West Second Team honors for the second-straight year after posting a 11-9 record in net with seven shutouts ... for a single season, the seven clean sheets rank third and the 11 wins check in at second in school history ... also posted a 1.07 goals-against-average, 92 saves and an .807 save percentage ... the 1.07 GAA ranks fifth, the 92 saves tie for fourth and the 1,844 minutes ranks second in school history for a single campaign ... recorded shutouts over Kansas, UNLV, San Diego, Pacific, Cal Poly, UC Riverside and Cal State Fullerton ... also picked up a pair of 2-1 victories, defeating Pepperdine and UC Davis ... played the first 82 minutes to earn win in Matadors' 4-0 victory over Saint Joseph's ... made a career-high nine saves in Matadors' 2-0 victory over Cal State Fullerton ... in 13 career Big West Conference games, Jacobo has a 10-3 record with nine shutouts and a 0.38 goals-against-average ... following season, now owns a career record of 16-10 with 12 shutouts, 116 saves and a 0.89 GAA.

2009 Jacobo started the last seven matches of season in net for CSUN, finishing with a 5-1 record and five shutouts ... earned Big West Conference Freshman of the Year Honors and named to All-Big West Conference Second Team after starting career with five-straight shutouts, all against league opponents ... posted a .923 save percentage, 24 saves and a 0.30 GAA, the best figure in school history for a single season ... made first career appearance in Matadors' 1-0 overtime win over UC Davis on Oct. 11, making five saves ... recorded a season-high six saves in CSUN's 1-0 victory over UC Riverside on Oct. 16 ... picked up third-straight shutout with 1-0 victory at Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 18 ... recorded two saves in CSUN's 1-0 victory over UC Irvine on Oct. 25 ... added four saves in Northridge's 1-0 win against Long Beach State on Nov. 1 ... allowed only two goals of the season in CSUN's 2-1 loss to UC Santa Barbara in Big West Playoffs on Nov. 5 ... played first 45 minutes against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23.

GRANADA HILLS HS Jacobo was a four-year starter in net for the Highlanders ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on March 16, 1991 ... daughter of Lupe and Ruben Jacobo ... lists Chivas Guadalajara, "CSI", Enchiladas and "Twilight" as some of her favorite things ... lists her parents as her greatest heroes ... majoring in Sociology and Forensic Science.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS MIN GA GAA SV W-L-T SHO 2009 7-7 594 2 0.30 24 5-1-0 5.0 2010 21-21 1844 22 1.07 92 11-9-0 7.0 TOTALS 28-28 2,438 24 0.89 116 16-10-0 12.0

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CHLOEMCDANIEL NI 2009

McDaniel appeared in 19 matches in redshirt freshman season ... anchored defensive backline for Matadors, starting 15 of final 16 matches for Matadors ... finished year with three shots, putting one on-goal.

2009 McDaniel did not appear in any matches and used a redshirt.

QUARTZ HILL HS McDaniel was a four-year starter for the Rebels and a team captain during her senior season ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on Dec. 22, 1991 ... daughter of Michele Sessions Daniel McDaniel ... stepfather is Donald Sessions ... has three brothers: Garrett, Logan, who plays soccer for LMU, and Cooper ... includes Manchester United, the movie "Legally Blonde" and actor Will Ferrell as some of her favorites ... lists her mom as her greatest hero ... majoring in Kinesiology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 19-15 0 TOTALS 19-15 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 3 1 0 3 1 0

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#1 CYNTHIA JACOBO // #14 CHLOE MCDANIEL

DEFENDER // 5-6 // SOPHOMORE // PALMDALE, CALIF. // QUARTZ HILL HS


M TheMATADORS MIDFIELDER // 5-7 // JUNIOR // SANTA MARIA, CALIF. // ERNEST RIGHETTI HS

MARISAMILLER MARISA 2010

Miller appeared in 12 matches during sophomore season ... earned first career assist and point in Matadors' 3-1 victory over Seattle on Oct. 31 ... finished year with three shots, putting two on-goa

2009 Miller played in six matches, making one start in 2009 ... earned first career start vs. Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 23 ... had four shots on the year, putting one on-goal.

2008 Miller used a redshirt in 2008.

ERNEST RIGHETTI HIGH SCHOOL Miller was a four-year starter and letterwinner for the Warriors ... earned First Team Pac-7 Honors in 2006 and earned Second Team Honors following her senior season ... named team MVP following 2007 season ... tallied six goals and 16 assists in 2007 season.

PERSONAL Born on July 10, 1990 ... daughter of Mary and Glenn Miller ... has two brothers, Daniel and Matthew ... also a brown belt in Karate ... majoring in Early Childhood Development with a minor in Family Studies.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 6-1 0 2010 12-0 0 TOTALS 18-1 0

A PTS 0 0 1 1 1 1

SH SOG GW 4 1 0 3 2 0 7 3 0

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STEPHANIENORTON NORTON 2010

Norton appeared in eight matches for the Matadors in her sophomore season.

2009 Norton appeared in eight matches for the Matadors in 2009 before injuries cut her season short ... made first career appearance in CSUN's 3-1 victory at San Diego State on Aug. 23.

2008 Norton used a redshirt in 2008.

ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL Norton played four years of soccer for the Highlanders ... served as team captain during senior season ... graduated in 2008.

PERSONAL Born on August 21, 1990 ... daughter of Diana and Gary Norton ... has one brother, Brendon ... cheers for the LA Lakers ... includes the TV show “The Office” and Randy Moss as some of her favorites ... says her dog Jack is one thing that always makes her smile ... majoring in Kinesiology

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2009 8-0 0 2010 8-0 0 TOTALS 16-0 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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#24 MARISA MILLER // #4 STEPHANIE NORTON

DEFENDER // 5-9 // JUNIOR // SIMI VALLEY, CALIF. // ROYAL HS


M TheMATADORS DEFENDER // 5-8 // JUNIOR // CANYON COUNTRY, CALIF. // CANYON HS

KATIERUSS USS SS 2010

Russ played in all 21 matches for CSUN during sophomore season ... scored first career goal and added an assist to finish with career-high three points ... struck just before halftime in Matadors' 2-0 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 28 ... added an assist in Matadors' 1-0 victory over Pacific on Oct. 3 ... finished year with six shots, putting three on-goal.

2009 A constant presence in the center of the defensive line, Russ appeared in 19 matches, making 18 starts ... picked up first career assist in Matadors' 1-0 victory over Long Beach State on Nov. 1 ... finished year with nine shots, putting six on-goal ... had season-high two shots on three separate occasions.

2008 Russ used a redshirt in 2008.

CANYON HIGH SCHOOL Russ was a four-year starter for the Cowboys and a team captain for three seasons ... also played one season of rugby, earning Rookie of the Year honors in 2007.

PERSONAL Born on September 18, 1990 ... daughter of Kathy and Chris Russ ... has four sisters: Tricia, Tiffany, Cammie and Ashley, and two brothers, Christopher and Davis ... favorites include Manchester United Football Club, the TV show "Family Guy", the movie "Super Troopers" and actor George Clooney ... majoring in Kinesiology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009 2010 TOTALS

MP-MS 19-18 21-14 40-32

G 0 1 1

A PTS 1 1 1 3 2 4

SH SOG GW 9 6 0 6 3 0 15 9 0

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BRITTANIESAKAJIAN SAKAJIAN JIAN 2010

Sakajian appeared in all 21 matches during her freshman season with the Matadors ... finished third on the team with four goals and tied for second with 10 points ... also added two assists ... had a three-point performance against Saint Joseph's on Aug. 29, tallying her first career goal and assist in a 4-0 victory ... headed home the game-winning goal in the Matadors' 1-0 victory at UNLV on Sept. 12 ... scored twice in CSUN's 3-1 victory over Seattle on Oct. 31 ... picked up second assist of the season in Matadors' 2-1 victory over Pepperdine on Sept. 3 ... finished the year with 17 shots, putting six on-goal ... recorded game-winning goals against UNLV and Seattle ... saw the yellow card in CSUN's 2-0 victory at Cal Poly on Oct. 10

SAUGUS HS Four-year starter for the Centurions ... named to Foothill League First Team following 2010 season ... helped lead team to Foothill Championships in 2008 and 2010 ... graduated in 2010.

PERSONAL Born on August 3, 1992 ... daughter of Christine Schauer and Scott Sakajian ... Stepfather is Dean Schauer ... has two brothers, Trevor and Evan, and one sister, Caitlyn ... favorites include FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi, Rascal Flatts and "Moulin Rouge" ... advice to young people is "To go with your heart" ... cannot imagine going a week without her cell phone ... majoring in Finance.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 21-12 4 TOTALS 21-12 4

A PTS 2 10 2 10

SH SOG GW 17 6 2 17 6 2

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#15 KATIE RUSS // #32 BRITTANIE SAKAJIAN

FORWARD // 5-5 // SOPHOMORE // VALENCIA, CALIF. // SAUGUS HS


M TheMATADORS DEFENDER // 5-8 // SENIOR // SAUGUS, CALIF. // SAUGUS HS

BRIELLESLEPICOFF SLEPICOFF 2010

Slepicoff appeared in all 21 matches for the Matadors during her junior season ... earned All-Big West First Team honors for her play at left back, finishing season with a goal and an assist ... named to NSCAA All-West Region Second Team ... scored in Matadors' 4-0 victory over Saint Joseph's ... provided game-winning assist in Matadors' 1-0 overtime win over Kansas ... finished year with 10 shots, putting five on-goal.

2009 All-BiG West HONORABLE MEntION 2010 All-BiG West First Team 2010 NSCAA All-West REGION SECOND TEAM 2010 NSCAA SCHOLAR All-WEst ReGION First Team

2009 Slepicoff appeared in 19 matches, making 18 starts ... named All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention after finishing year with two assists and helping anchor Matador defense at outside back position ... picked up first helper of the year in Matadors' 3-2 loss to UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 4 ... added second of the assist of the year in Big West Playoff loss to Gauchos on Nov. 5 ... finished year with six shots, putting one on-goal.

2008 Appeared in all 19 matches and made two starts during freshman season ... scored one goal and had three assists to finish year with five points ... picked up an assist in each of first three career games, against San Diego State on Aug. 22, against Southern Utah on Aug. 29 and at Cal State Bakersfield on Aug. 31 ... scored first career goal against UC Davis on Oct. 17 ... finished year with 14 shots, eight of which were on goal.

SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL Slepicoff was a four-year standout and two-year captain ... for the Centurions ... member of 2008 Foothill League Champions ... named to AllFoothill League in 2008 and 2007 ... was an AllL84 DII First Team Selection in 2008.

PERSONAL Born on November 30, 1990 in Saugus, Calif. ... daughter of Margrit Prexelius and Mitchell Slepicoff ... favorites include Manchester United, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Garner, pasta and the TV show “Lost” ... majoring in Biology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

MP-MS 19-2 19-18 21-20 59-40

G 1 0 1 2

A PTS 3 5 2 2 1 3 6 10

SH SOG GW 14 8 0 6 1 0 10 5 0 30 14 0

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AMANDASMITH ND S 2010

Smith appeared in all 21 matches for CSUN during her redshirt freshman season ... picked up first two assists and two points of her career ... earned first career assist in Matadors' 4-0 victory over Saint Joseph's on Aug. 29 ... added second helper of the season in Matador's 2-1 victory over UC Davis on Oct. 1 ... had two shots for the season, putting both on-goal.

2009 Smith did not appear in any matches and used a redshirt.

SAINT BONAVENTURE HS Smith was a four-year starter for the Seraphs, earning All-Tri Valley League honors following each season ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on June 30, 1991 ... daughter of Sherri and Brad Smith ... father played baseball at CSUN ... lists the LA Dodgers, Landon Donovan and Johnny Depp as some of her favorites ... says her mom is her greatest hero ... majoring in Biology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 21-1 0 TOTALS 21-1 0

A PTS 2 2 2 2

SH SOG GW 2 2 0 2 2 0

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#12 BRIELLE SLEPICOFF // #2 AMANDA SMITH

MIDFIELDER // 5-2 // SOPHOMORE // CAMARILLO, CALIF. // SAINT BONAVENTURE HS


M TheMATADORS DEFENDER // 5-5 // SOPHOMORE // LOS ALAMITOS, CALIF. // LOS ALAMITOS HS

SHANNONWARD SHANNON 2010

Ward appeared in 13 matches for CSUN during freshman season ... finished the season with one shot.

LOS ALAMITOS HS Played for the Griffins ... named to CIF First Team and the Sunset League's Defensive MVP in 2009 and 2010 ... helped lead team to Sunset League Championship in 2009 ... graduated in 2010.

PERSONAL Born on December 27, 1991 ... daughter of Michelle and Earick Ward ... has one brother, Jonathan ... favorites include Manchester United, sushi and "A Walk to Remember" ... chose her number to match that of Carlos Tevez ... cannot imagine going a week without her phone ... says her brother is greatest hero ... majoring in Accounting.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 13-0 0 TOTALS 13-0 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 1 0 0 1 0 0

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WENDYWARNER WARNER 2010

Warner appeared in 18 matches for CSUN during freshman season ... made 12 starts along Matador backline in rookie campaign ... finished year with one shot ... saw the yellow card in Matadors' 2-0 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 28.

MISSION VIEJO HS Four year starter for Mission Viejo Diablos ... received all-league second team honors following both junior and senior seasons ... received Coach's Award following 2009-10 season ... graduated in 2010.

PERSONAL Born on Nov. 15, 1991 ... daughter of Lori and Jim Warner ... has three sisters: Kelly, Teresa and Sarah Warner ... lists some of her favorites as New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez, actress Sandra Bullock and "The Office" ... likes to read, write and listen to music when she has time to relax ... can't imagine going a week without chocolate ... lists her sisters as her greatest heroes ... majoring in Nutrition.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 18-12 0 TOTALS 18-12 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 1 0 0 1 0 0

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#11 SHANNON WARD // #25 WENDY WARNER

DEFENDER // 5-5 // SOPHOMORE // MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. // MISSION VIEJO HS


M TheMATADORS DEFENDER // 5-5 // JUNIOR // LOS ALAMITOS, CALIF. // LOS ALAMITOS HS // SOUTHERN UTAH

JJESSAYUKIHIRO JESSA ESSA U 2010

Yukihiro appeared in eight matches for CSUN during sophomore season, her first with Matadors ... had three shots during the year, putting one on-goal.

SOUTHERN UTAH - 2009 Yukihiro spent the 2009 season at Southern Utah... appeared in all 19 matches, making nine starts ... finished with one goal, 24 shots and 13 shots on goal for the season ... scored first goal of the match in Southern Utah's 2-2 draw with Murray State on Sept. 20, 2009.

LOS ALAMITOS HS Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Los Alamitos HS ... All-Sunset League second-team honoree as a junior and first-team CIF-Division I honors as a senior ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on March 15, 1991 ... daughter of Richard and Misty Yukihiro ... has three brothers: Cory, Richard and David ... favorites include Denzel Washington, Mia Hamm and "Remember the Titans" ... once met George Clooney ... says her family is her greatest hero because they are always there for her and support all her decisions ... majoring in Psychology.

CAREER STATS >> YEAR MP-MS G 2010 8-0 0 TOTALS 8-0 0

A PTS 0 0 0 0

SH SOG GW 3 1 0 3 1 0

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M #20 JESSA YUKIHIRO // MATADOR NEWCOMERS

MATADOR NEWCOMERS #27 BRITTANY

CORCORAN

DEFENDER 5-7 // JUNIOR LONG BEACH, CALIF. SAINT JOSEPH’S HS KANSAS WESLEYAN

KANSAS WESLEYAN Corcoran spent two seasons with the Coyotes ... was a two-year starter and team captain ... named to the KCAC All-League First Team in both seasons.

SAINT JOSEPH’S HS Corcoran played four years of soccer for the Jesters and head coach Eddie Perez ... earned All-Dey Rey League First Team following three of her playing seasons .. graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on April 11, 1991 ... daughter of Calire and Devin Corcoran ... has three brothers: Taylor, Colby and Gabe ... favorites include Hope Solo, "That 70s Show", sushi and the band Atmosphere ... majoring in Psychology.

#18 NICOLE

CRUZ

DEFENDER 5-7 // REDSHIRT JUNIOR THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. THOUSAND OAKS HS

PERSONAL Born on April 30, 1990 ... daughter of April and Raymond Cruz ... favorites include Denzel Washington, "The Family Guy" and "Gossip Girl", Angelina Jolie, the movie "Man on Fire" and sushi ... lists her parents as her greatest heroes ... majoring in Kinesiology.

#28 CORI

#34 LAUREN

KAWOMOTO

DEFENDER 5-5 // SOPHOMORE OAK PARK, CALIF. OAK PARK HS MOORPARK CC

DEASON

MOORPARK CC

MIDFIELDER 5-4 // FRESHMAN LAKESIDE, CALIF. WEST HILLS HS

OAK PARK HS

Kawamoto spent the 2010-11 academic year with the Raiders ... started in midfield.

Kawamoto was a four-year starter for the Eagles ... earned all-city first team honors following 2009 season ... graduated in 2009.

WEST HILLS HS Deason was a four-year starter for the Wolves and Dave Ridenhaur ... earned numerous awards, including all-league honors following two of her playing seasons ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on December 4, 1992 ... daughter of Mary and James Deason ... has a sister, Janelle and a brother, Dustin ... favorites include the Brazilian National Team and Real Madrid player Kaka ... lists her mother and sister as her greatest heroes ... majoring in Business Law.

#36 TABATHA

PERSONAL Born on January 11, 1991 ... daughter of Patricia and Kent Kawamoto ... has one sister, Nicole, and one brother, Kyle ... favorites include the Boston Celtics, Lionel Messi, sushi and Bob Marley ... lists her dad as her greatest hero ... majoring in Kinesiology.

#29 MEGHAN

KILBY

FORWARD 5-8 // REDSHIRT FRESHMAN FULLERTON, CALIF. FULLERTON UNION HS

DICKSON

2010

Cruz sat out the 2010 season.

MIDFIELDER 5-5 // FRESHMAN BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN HS

2009

WEST HILLS HS

Competed in track, soccer and basketball for the Indians ... named to All-Freeway League following 2010 season ... graduated in 2010.

2010

Kilby did not appear in any matches and took a redshirt with the Matadors in 2010.

FULLERTON UNION HS

Cruz played in 14 matches, making two starts in 2009 ... finished season with 10 shots, putting four on-goal ... had season-high two shots at San Diego on Aug. 21 and vs. Cal Poly on Oct. 2.

Dickson was a four-year starter for the Eagles... earned all-league and all-area teams following multiple seasons ... member of 2010 league championship team ... graduated in 2011.

2008

PERSONAL

Cruz appeared in 17 matches for Northridge in freshman season, making one start ... had nine shots for the year, four of which were on goal ... earned first career start at Long Beach State on Oct. 26.

THOUSAND OAKS HS

Born on August 23, 1993 ... daughter of Teri Seely and Todd Dickson ... stepfather is Danny Seely ... stepmother is Kim Dickson ... has one brother, Taylor ... favorites include Manchester United, Vin Diesel, Kate Hudson, the movie "Step Brothers" and bagels majoring in Kinesiology.

PERSONAL Born on December 1, 1992 ... daughter of Caitlin Nicholson ... grandparents are Jerry and Margie Kilby ... has two brothers, Daniel and Jacob, and one sister, Christina ... favorites include Johnny Depp, "One Tree Hill" and "Friends" and pasta ... undecided on a major.

Cruz was a four year starter letterwinner for the Lancers under head coach Geoff Raives ... honored as the Division II Defensive Player of the Year ... graduated in 2008.

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M TheMATADORS MATADOR NEWCOMERS #9 DEVYN

#6 RENEE

#31 NICOLE

MIDFIELDER 5-6 // FRESHMAN OCEANSIDE, CALIF. RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS

MIDFIELDER 5-4 // SOPHOMORE RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF. LOS OSOS HS LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY

GOALKEEPER 5-8 // SENIOR SIMI VALLEY, CALIF. ROYAL HS CAL ST. BAKERSFIELD

LONG ISLAND

Padilla Started 19 matches for the Runners in 2008 ... posted 74 saves and a 2.14 goals-against-average.

LESLIE

RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS Leslie was a multi-sport athlete for the Longhorns, participating in soccer, basketball, track, cross country, gymnastics and dance ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL

MCCALEB

McCaleb spent the 2010 season at Long Island University.

Born on August 17, 1993 ... daughter of Diana and Sean Leslie ... has one sister, McKenna, and one brother, Patrick ... favorites include Manchester United, "The Vampire Diaries" and Katy Perry ... majoring in Accounting.

LOS OSOS HS

#13 MELISSA

PADILLA

CAL ST. BAKERSFIELD

ROYAL HS

McCaleb played four seasons for the Grizzlies and coach Joe Kulm ... was a member of three league championship squads ... graduated in 2010.

Nicole Padilla was a second team All-Marmonte League selection while playing at Royal HS...led team to a second place finish in the Marmonte League...graduted in 2007.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

LOPEZ

Born on January 28, 1992 ... daughter of Kelving McCaleb ... has a sister, Summer, and a brother, John ... favorites include Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos and Luke Bryan ... lists her dad as her greatest hero ... majoring in Biology.

Born on August 25, 1989 ... daughter of Monsie and Jose Padilla ... has one sister, Vanessa ... favorites include FC Barcelona and Liverpool, "Grey's Anatomy", Cuban food and actress Reece Witherspoon ... majoring in Exercise Science.

MIDFIELDER 5-4 // REDSHIRT FRESHMAN ENCINO, CALIF. NOTRE DAME HS

#21 ARIKA

#26 JESSICA

MIDFIELDER 5-4 // JUNIOR LANCASTER, CALIF. QUARTZ HILL HS

DEFENDER 5-3 // FRESHMAN SACRAMENTO, CALIF. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS OF SACRAMENTO HS

2010 Lopez did not appear in any matches and took a redshirt with the Matadors in 2010.

NOTRE DAME HS Played three seasons for the Knights ... served as a team captain during 2010 season ... earned allleague honors following the 2007 and 2010 season ... graduated in 2010.

PERSONAL Born on January 7, 1992 ... daughter of Irma Amado and Robert Lopez ... Stepfather is Jake Amado ... has two brothers, Lorenzo and Jakub ... favorites include actor James Franco, "The Notebook" and sushi ... undecided on a major.

ONTIVEROS

QUARTZ HS Ontiveros was a four-year starter for the Rebels ... also ran track ... graduated in 2009 with 4.0 GPA.

PERSONAL Born on June 21, 1991 ... daughter of Mina and Jose Ontiveros ... has two sisters, Jessica and Melissa, and one brother, Chrystien ... includes Manchester United, actor Brad Pitt and actress Angelina Jolie as some of her favorites ... majoring in Theatre.

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SMALL

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HS Small played four seasons for the Falcons and head coach Jacob Hunley ... was a four-year starter and a team captain during her senior season ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on September 21, 1993 ... daughter of Bobbie and David Small ... has one brother, Chris ... favorites include Cristiano Ronaldo, "CSI", "The Sandlot" and Taylor Lauton ... majoring in Health and Human Development.


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#00 CYNTHIA

and Michael Webb ... stepfather is Marc Tang ... has one brother, Taylor ... favorites include Ryan Reynolds, Sanda Bullock, "That 70s Show" and Italian food ... lists her mom as her greatest hero ... majoring in Political Science.

DEFENDER 5-5 // FRESHMAN CAMARILLO, CALIF. SAINT BONAVENTURE HS

GOALKEEPER 5-5 // FRESHMAN SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF. NOTRE DAME HS

#19 HANNAH

SAINT BONAVENTURE HS

NOTRE DAME HS

Smith was a four-year starter for the Seraphs and coach Sean Roche ... earned all-league and all-city honors during her career ... graduated in 2011.

Tafoya was a four-year starter for the Knights and coach Sarah Farnham ... earned first team all-league honors following the 2010 season and all-area honors after the 2011 campaign ... graduated in 2011.

MIDFIELDER 5-5 // FRESHMAN VISTA, CALIF. RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS

Born on April 16, 1993 ... daughter of Sherri and Brad Smith ... sister Amanda is a midfielder on the Matadors ... favorites include the Los Angeles Lakers, Abby Wambach, Zach Galafanakis and Mexican food ... majoring in Biology.

PERSONAL

RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS

#33 NICOLETTE

#16 LEANDRA

FORWARD 5-5 // REDSHIRT FRESHMAN VALENCIA, CALIF. VALENCIA HS

DEFENDER 6-0 // FRESHMAN CAMPBELL, CALIF. WESTMONT HS

2010

WESTMONT HS

Smith did not appear in any matches and took a redshirt with the Matadors in 2010.

Walker was a four-year starter for the Warriors ... graduated in 2010.

VALENCIA HS

PERSONAL

Four-year starter for the Vikings and Coach Sean O'Connell ... helped lead her team to Foothills League Championship in 2009 ... graduated in 2010.

Daughter of Ranessa Addisch and Marian Walker ... favorites include the San Francisco Giants and Taylor Swift ... once met former Los Angeles Laker Shannon Brown ... majoring in Business Management.

SMITH

PERSONAL

SMITH

PERSONAL Born on May 25, 1992 ... daughter of Denise and Martin Smith ... has two sisters, Sheridan and Rhiannon ... favorites include actors James Franco and Channing Tatum and TV shows "Glee" and "The Office" ... undecided on a major.

TAFOYA

WISSLER

Born on July 26, 1993 ... daughter of Martha and Jose Tafoya ... favorites include the TV show "House" ... lists her dad as her greatest hero ... majoring in English.

Wissler was a four-year starter for the Longhorns and coach Tim Leary ... earned second team allleague honors ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on January 26, 1993 ... daughter of Mindi and MIchael WIssler ... favorites include Ryan Gosling and Jennifer Aniston, Kings of Leon and Lil Wayne ... lists her parents as her greatest heroes ... majoring in Psychology.

WALKER

#37 SORAYA

ZIARATI

#35 RACHEL

WEBB

MIDFIELDER 5-7 // FRESHMAN GRANADA HILLS, CALIF. KENNEDY HS

KENNEDY HS Ziarati played four seasons of soccer for the Cougars and coach Ray Portela ... earned numerous accolades in career, including All-Mission League First Team honors in her final three seasons ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on September 19, 1992 ... has a sister, Parisa ... earned silver medal in 2011 as part of the Mexican U18 Olympic Team ... favorites include Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo, actor Chris Tucker and ESPN ... undecided on a major.

DEFENDER 5-10 // FRESHMAN PALMDALE, CALIF. QUARTZ HILL HS

QUARTZ HILL HS Webb was a two-year starter for the Rebels and coach Chuck Gordon ... earned first team all-league honors and all-CIF honors following the 2011 campaign ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on January 27, 1993 ... daughter of Trisha Tang

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#23 AMILEE


OPPONENTS


OOPPONENTS THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE NORTHRIDGE WOMEN'S SOCCER begins its 12th season in the Big West Conference in 2011 after finishing third last year in the nine-team league. The Matadors had six players named to the all-league team, including three players named to the All-Big West First Two Matadors earned NSCAA All-West Region honors in 2011, doubling the school’s all-time total in the category. Since the 2005 season, Northridge has placed 15 student-athletes on the All-Big West Team and the six student-athletes selected to the 2010 edition tied a school record. In February 2002, the Big West Conference Council approved the addition of women’s soccer as a priority championship sport. Schools sponsoring women’s soccer are

Santa Barbara as members. The Pacific Coast Athletic Association began on July 1, 1969. Its six charter members were Cal State Los Angeles, Fresno State, Long Beach State, San Diego State, San Jose State and UC Santa Barbara. The conference's previous 39 years have been characterized by expansion and change. The original PCAA lineup changed in the early years and by 1975, charter members UC Santa Barbara and Cal State Los Angeles had dropped football and San Diego State bolted the conference in football only. In 1974, Cal State Fullerton moved into the conference. By 1977, UC Irvine joined the Big West and UCSB was back in --

The PCAA upped its women's sponsorship to eight championships. The PCAA began its 20th year of existence by changing its name to the Big West Conference. With the inclusion of the states of Utah, Nevada and New Mexico into the loop, the term "Big West" more accurately represented the conference. In 1992, Fresno State left the Big West, with San Jose State and UNLV leaving four years later. Entering that same year were Boise State, Cal Poly and Idaho. Boise State would leave in 2001, one year after the departures of Nevada and New Mexico. The Big West Conference sponsors 17 sports, including men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, baseball, softball, men’s

BIG WEST MEMBERS Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Pacific UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY Physical and Mailing Address 2 Corporate Park – Suite 206 Irvine, CA 92606 Phone (949) 261-2525 Fax (949) 261-2528 Website Address www.bigwest.org Dennis Farrell, Commissioner e-mail: dfarrell@bigwest.org Rob Halvaks, Senior Associate Commissioner e-mail: rhalvaks@bigwest.org Jody McRoberts, Associate Commissioner e-mail: jmcroberts@bigwest.org

required to fund at least 80 percent of the maximum number of scholarships allowable under NCAA rules. The Big West Conference enters its 40th season as a conference and the 21st year of being known as the Big West since changing its name from the Pacific Coast Athletic Association prior to the 1988 football season. The conference has undertaken a new look over the past years. With the departure of Idaho and Utah State following the 2004-05 season, all nine members of the conference are from the state of California. The total became nine in 2007 when UC Davis joined Northridge, Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, Pacific, UC Irvine, UC Riverside and UC

both as non-football playing institutions -- while Utah State became the first non-California member of the circuit, transforming the PCAA into a regional conference. Nevada-Las Vegas (1981) and New Mexico State (1984) soon followed suit, bringing the league's membership to 10 universities. In the fall of 1983, the PCAA became the first western conference to incorporate women's athletic programs into the conference. Charter women's members UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara and UNLV competed in five championships. By the end of 1985, Pacific, Hawai'i, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, San Diego State, Fresno State and San Jose State had joined the women's conference.

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and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track and field. Big West members are consistently competitive on the national scene and have won 15 NCAA Division I men's championships and 12 NCAA Division I women's titles. The Big West office, which is located in Irvine, is headed by Dennis Farrell, who is heading into his 16th year as commissioner. Farrell, the fourth-full time commissioner, is a 27-year veteran of the Big West office, having served in various capacities as an assistant/ associate commissioner since joining the conference in 1980. ■

Michael Daniels, Assistant Commissioner e-mail: mdaniels@bigwest.org Erica Satterfield, Assistant Commissioner e-mail: esatterfield@bigwest.org Heather Pierson, Administrative Assistant e-mail: hpierson@bigwest.org Patricia Sampson, Administrative Assistant e-mail: psampson@bigwest.org Michelle Boone, Marketing Assistant e-mail: mboone@bigwest.org Steve Chen, Video Coordinator e-mail: schen@bigwest.org Mike Villamor, Information Director e-mail: mvillamor@bigwest.org Julie St.Cyr, Assistant Information Director e-mail: jstcyr@bigwest.org Chris Hargraves, Assistant Information Director e-mail: chargraves@bigwest.org


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2010 FINAL BIG WEST STANDINGS BIG WEST MATCHES W L T TP

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > CoCo Goodson, UC Irvine GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR > Danielle deSeriere, UC Irvine FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR > Brittni Beeman, Pacific MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR > Lindsay Bullock, Long Beach State COACH OF THE YEAR > Scott Juniper, UC Irvine BIG WEST FIRST TEAM > Farryn Townley, Sr., F, Northridge Desiree Cardenas, Sr., MF, Northridge Brielle Slepicoff, Jr., D, Northridge Nadia Link, So., F, Long Beach State Tanya Taylor, Sr., F, UC Irvine Lindsay Bullock, Sr., MF, Long Beach State Shawna Gordon, Sr., MF, Long Beach State Mar Rodriguez, So., MF, UC Irvine Kylee Ah Choy, Sr., D, Pacific Judy Christopher, Jr., D, UC Irvine Nikki Forrest, Sr., D, UC Irvine CoCo Goodson, Jr., D, UC Irvine Aisha Lott, Jr., D, UC Davis Danielle deSeriere, Sr., GK, UC Irvine BIG WEST SECOND TEAM > Cynthia Jacobo, So., GK, Northridge Christina Murillo, Sr., F, Cal State Fullerton Whitney Sisler, Sr., F, Cal Poly Kristina Wavomba, Jr., F, Pacific Lisa Kemp, Jr., MF, UC Davis Jacqui Simon, Sr., MF, UC Santa Barbara Alex Topp, Jr., MF, Pacific Alex Balcer, So., D, Long Beach State Bo Rael, Sr., D, Long Beach State BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION > Sonia Espitia, Sr., MF, Northridge Melissa Fernandez, So., F, Northridge Lexi Kopf, Jr., F, UC Irvine Kylie McDonald, Sr., F, UC Santa Barbara Morgan Miller, Sr., MF, Cal Poly Casey Volk, Jr., MF, Cal State Fullerton Carrie Andrews, Sr., D, Cal Poly Alyssa Benjamin, Jr., D, UC Santa Barbara Nicole Hubbard, Jr., D, Long Beach State Emily Kingsborough, Jr., GK, Long Beach State Jill Medigovich, Sr., GK, Pacific BIG WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK > Date Player Aug. 23 Erica Seidman, UC Santa Barbara Aug. 30 Nadia Link, Long Beach State Sept. 6 Casey Volk, Cal State Fullerton Sept. 13 Farryn Townley, Northridge Sept. 20 Nicole Sweetman, Long Beach State Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine Sept. 27 Shawna Gordon, Long Beach State Oct. 4 Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine Oct. 11 Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine Oct. 18 Lindsay Bullock, Long Beach State Oct. 25 CoCo Goodson, UC Irvine Nov. 1 Farryn Townley, Northridge BIG WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK > Date Player Aug. 23 Danielle deSeriere, UC Irvine Aug. 30 Emily Kingsborough, Long Beach State Sept. 6 Jessica White, UC Riverside Sept. 13 Cynthia Jacobo, Northridge Makenna Henry, UC Santa Barbara Sept. 20 Tashia Long, Pacific Sept. 27 Emily Kingsborough, Long Beach State Oct. 4 Cynthia Jacobo, Northridge Oct. 11 Nikki Forrest, UC Irvine Oct. 18 Jill Medigovich, Pacific Oct. 25 Danielle deSeriere, UC Irvine Nov. 1 Maria Magana, UC Davis

W

L

T

ALL MATCHES PCT Home

Away

Neu

UC Irvine $#*

8

0

0

24

19

3

2

.833

11-3-0

8-0-2

0-0-0

Long Beach State #*

5

2

1

16

14

6

2

.682

5-2-2

6-3-0

3-1-0

Cal State Northridge #

5

3

0

15

12

9

0

.571

8-2-0

3-7-0

1-0-0

Pacific #

5

3

0

15

8

8

3

.500

5-1-1

3-4-2

0-3-0

Cal Poly

3

4

1

10

9

9

1

.500

4-4-0

4-5-1

1-0-0

UC Santa Barbara

3

5

0

9

8

9

2

.474

6-4-0

2-4-2

0-1-0

Cal State Fullerton

3

5

0

9

6

13

0

.316

4-5-0

2-6-0

0-2-0

UC Davis

2

5

1

7

7

9

2

.444

3-3-2

3-5-0

1-1-0

UC Riverside

0

7

1

1

1

14

3

.139

0-7-1

1-6-1

0-1-1

$Big West Conference champion #Big West Tournament Participant *NCAA Tournament participant

2010 BIG WEST STATISTICAL LEADERS TEAM LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS POINTS > 1. Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine 2. Kailyn Kugler, UC Santa Barbara CoCo Goodson, UC Irvine 4. Christina Murillo, Cal State Fullerton Nadia Link, Long Beach State

34 18 18 17 17

POINTS > 1. UC Irvine 2. Long Beach State 3. Northridge 4. UC Santa Barbara 5. Cal State Fullerton

151 95 74 71 63

GOALS SCORED > 1. Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine 2. CoCo Goodson, UC Irvine 3. Whitney Sisler, Cal Poly Nadia Link, Long Beach State Christina Murillo, Cal State Fullerton

11 9 8 8 8

GOALS SCORED > 1. UC Irvine 2. Long Beach State 3. Northridge 4. Cal State Fullerton UC Santa Barbara

49 33 26 23 23

ASSISTS > 1. Tanya Taylor, UC Irvine 2. Nikki Forrest, UC Irvine Shawna Gordon, Long Beach State 4. Jacqui Simon, UC Santa Barbara 5. Melissa Fernandez, Northridge

12 7 7 5 5

ASSISTS > 1. UC Irvine 2. Long Beach State 3. UC Santa Barbara 4. Northridge 5. Fullerton / Pacific

53 29 25 22 17

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE > 1. Danielle deSeriere, UC Irvine 2. Jill Medigovich, Pacific 3. Makenna Henry, UC Santa Barbara 4. Emily Kingsborough, Long Beach State 5. Cynthia Jacobo, Northridge

0.68 0.86 0.91 0.95 1.07

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE > 1. UC Irvine 2. Pacific 3. Long Beach State 4. UC Santa Barbara 5. Northridge

0.68 0.90 1.02 1.04 1.13

GOALIE SAVES > 1. Jessica White, UC Riverside 2. Cynthia Jacobo, Northridge 3. Brooke Gauvin, Cal Poly 4. Emily Kingsborough, Long Beach State 5. Danielle de Seriere, UC Irvine

104 92 82 74 72

TEAM TOTAL SAVES > 1. UC Davis 2. Cal Poly 3. UC Riverside 4. Northridge 5. Long Beach State

111 109 106 98 85

SHUTOUTS > 1. Danielle de Seriere, UC Irvine 2. Cynthia Jacobo, Northridge 3. Jill Medigovich, Pacific Brooke Gauvin, Cal Poly Makenna Henry, UC Santa Barbara

8 5 6 6 6

SHUTOUTS > 1. UC Irvine 2. Northridge Pacific 4. UC Santa Barbara 5. UC Davis / Cal Poly / Long Beach State

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TEAM HISTORY


H TEAMHISTORY 2010 SCORING PLAYER MP Farryn Townley 21 Big West 8 Desiree Cardenas 21 Big West 8 Brittaine Sakajian 21 Big West 8 Sonia Espitia 21 Big West 8 Melissa Fernandez 21 Big West 8 Erin Kelly 21 Big West 8 Stephanie Galarze 21 Big West 8 Brielle Slepicoff 21 Big West 8 Katie Russ 21 Big West 8

G 7 3 5 2 4 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1

A PTS 1 15 1 7 0 10 0 4 2 10 0 0 3 7 2 4 5 7 2 4 1 5 0 0 2 4 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 3 1 3

SH SOG 40 19 12 4 25 14 10 5 17 6 8 2 20 8 10 3 33 15 19 8 32 11 15 6 14 8 5 3 10 5 3 2 6 3 6 3

YC-RC GW PK-ATT 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 2 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 1 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0

PLAYER Heidi Farran Big West Amanda Smith Big West Marie Hirsch Big West Alexis Barbara Big West Jasmine Pratt Big West Marisa Miller Big West

MP 18 8 21 8 17 5 20 8 21 8 12 3

G 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TEAM TOTALS Northridge Big West Opponents Big West

MP 21 8 21 8

G 26 9 24 5

A PTS 0 2 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

SH SOG 14 9 7 4 2 2 0 0 10 4 1 0 8 4 2 1 4 0 2 0 3 2 0 0

YC-RC GW PK-ATT 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0

A PTS SH SOG 22 74 249 114 9 27 105 42 24 72 299 122 6 16 110 42

YC-RC GW PK-ATT 7-0 12 1-1 3-0 5 0-0 12-0 9 2-3 5-0 3 0-0

2010 MISCELLANEOUS STATS GOALKEEPING > GOALKEEPER Cynthia Jacobo Big West Haley Hawes Big West TEAM TOTALS Northridge Big West Opponents Big West

SCORING BY PERIODS > 1st 2nd 1 OT 2 OT Total Northridge 11 14 0 1 26 Big West 7 2 0 0 9 Opponents 10 13 0 1 24 Big West 3 1 0 1 5

MP-MS MIN 21-21 1,844 8-8 733 3-0 71 MP 21 8 21 8

GA GAA SVS SV% W-L-T SHO 22 1.07 92 .807 11-9-0 7.0 5 0.61 37 .881 5-3-0 4.0 2 2.55 3 .600 1-0-0 0.0 Did Not Appear in Any Matches MIN GA GAA SVS SV% W-L-T SHO 1914 24 1.13 98 .803 12-9-0 8.0 733 5 0.61 37 .881 5-3-0 4.0 1914 26 1.22 88 .772 9-12-0 5.0 733 9 1.11 33 .786 3-5-0 2.0

2010 ATTENDANCE Home Away Neutral TOTAL

MATCHES 10 10 1 21

TOTAL 4,163 5,612 --9,775

AVG. 416 561 --465

Largest Home Crowd: 1,496 vs. Portland, 8/22 Largest Away Crowd: 1,705 at Texas A&M, 9/19

2010 RESULTS OVERALL RECORD: 12-9-0 DATE 8/21 8/23 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/27 10/1

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BIG WEST: 5-3-0

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HOME: 8-2-0

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AWAY: 3-7-0

RESULT SHOTS SAVES CORNERS OPPONENT W/L SCORE CSUN OPP CSUN OPP CSUN OPP UC Santa Barbara L 0-2 5 14 6 1 2 9 #5 Portland L 1-2 8 15 5 2 1 8 Saint Joseph’s W 4-0 20 6 2 7 4 1 Pepperdine W 2-1 14 19 7 6 0 4 #11 UCLA L 1-4 5 27 9 1 0 15 Kansas 2 W 1-0 (2 OT) 18 12 4 6 3 3 UNLV 2 W 1-0 7 14 7 4 1 7 Penn L 0-1 11 10 3 6 6 2 #6 Texas A&M L 0-5 13 23 3 3 2 7 San Diego W 1-0 13 14 6 4 3 10 UC Davis 1 W 2-1 14 16 5 4 3 5

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NEUTRAL: 1-0-0 DATE 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/18 10/24 10/28 10/23 11/4

RESULT SHOTS SAVES CORNERS OPPONENT W/L SCORE CSUN OPP CSUN OPP CSUN OPP Pacific 1 W 1-0 14 14 2 1 2 9 UC Santa Barbara 1 L 0-1 8 15 7 2 1 8 Cal Poly 1 W 2-0 12 8 3 5 0 2 #18 UC Irvine 1 L 0-1 (2 OT) 12 15 6 4 4 5 UC Riverside 1 W 1-0 14 11 2 6 3 1 Cal State Bakersfield W 2-1 11 8 0 6 0 2 Long Beach State 1 L 1-2 11 9 3 3 3 4 Cal State Fullerton 1 W 2-0 20 22 9 8 4 2 Seattle W 3-1 12 18 5 7 3 4 Long Beach State 1 L 1-2 7 9 4 2 2 6

Home Matches in Bold at Matador Soccer Field 1 - Big West Matches 2 - UNLV Nike Classic 3 - Big West Tournament

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1995 > Coach: Brian Wiesner Record: 8-9-3 9/2 Azusa Pacific 9/4 Westmont 9/9 Wyoming 9/10 Colorado College 9/15 CS Dominguez Hills 9/19 CS San Bernardino 9/25 UC Santa Barbara 9/27 Cal Poly Pomona 10/1 Sonoma State 10/2 UC Davis 10/7 San Jose State 10/8 UC Santa Cruz 10/13 Utah 10/14 Brigham Young 10/18 U.S. International 10/21 Cal State Los Angeles 10/25 UCLA 10/28 Cal Poly Pomona 10/31 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 11/3 Pepperdine

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9/26 Weber State H 1-2 (ot) 10/1 Southern California A 0-4 10/8 Cal State Fullerton H 1-2 10/13 Fresno State H 0-3 10/17 Sacramento State * A 1-3 10/24 Northern Arizona * A 6-7 (2 ot) 10/26 Loyola Marymount H 1-2 (2 ot) 10/31 Weber State * H 1-0 11/2 Montana * H 0-1 * - Big Sky Conference Matches # - Portland State Invitational (Portland, OR) 1998 > Coach: Brian Wiesner Record: 6-13-0 Big Sky: 3-4-0 9/1 UC Santa Barbara H 0-1 9/4 Saint Mary’s # N 1-2 9/5 Hawai’i # A 0-2

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1999 > Coach: Allison Lee Record: 10-8-1 Big Sky: 4-3-0 8/29 Loyola Marymount A 0-4 9/1 UC Irvine H 0-0 (2 ot) 9/5 Long Beach State H 1-0 (ot) 9/7 Fresno State A 1-0 9/12 Air Force H 2-0 9/15 Cal State Fullerton A 2-4 9/19 UC Santa Barbara A 1-0 9/26 UNLV A 1-2 (2 ot) 9/28 The Master’s College H 8-0 10/1 Portland State * A 1-0 10/3 Oregon A 3-1 10/10 Northern Arizona * H 0-3 10/13 Pepperdine A 2-3 10/17 Sacramento State * A 2-1 10/22 Montana * H 1-3

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2002 > Coach: Allison Lee Record: 3-13-2 Big West: 2-5-2 8/30 Nevada A 1-0 (ot) 9/1 Navy H 0-1 9/4 San Diego State # A 1-2 9/8 North Carolina State * N 0-4 9/11 San Diego A 1-3 9/19 Brigham Young A 1-2 9/22 UCLA A 0-4 9/27 San Francisco H 2-3 (2 ot) 9/29 UNLV H 2-4 10/4 Cal State Fullerton * H 2-3 10/6 UC Riverside * H 0-1 10/11 Cal Poly * A 0-4 10/13 UC Santa Barbara * A 3-4 10/18 Pacific * H 0-0 (2 ot) 10/25 Idaho * H 3-1 10/27 Utah State * H 0-1 11/1 UC Irvine * A 2-1 (ot) 11/3 Long Beach State * A 0-0 (2 ot) * - Big West Conference Matches # - San Diego State Tournament (San Diego) 2003 > Coach: Mac Thompson Record: 4-12-3 Big West: 2-7-0 8/29 Loyola Marymount A 0-2 9/5 Hawai’i H 0-2 9/7 Gonzaga H 2-0 9/10 Eastern Washington H 0-0 (2 ot) 9/14 Long Island H 3-0 9/20 James Madison A 0-1 9/21 Navy A 2-2 (2 ot) 9/26 San Francisco A 0-4 9/28 Sacramento State A 1-1 (2 ot) 10/3 Utah State * A 0-3 10/5 Idaho * A 1-0 10/10 UC Irvine * H 1-2 (ot) 10/12 Long Beach State * H 1-2 10/17 UC Riverside * A 1-2 10/19 Cal State Fullerton * A 0-1 10/24 Cal Poly * H 0-4 10/26 UC Santa Barbara * H 0-2 10/31 San Diego H 0-3 11/2 Pacific * A 2-1 * - Big West Conference Matches

2004 > Coach: Terry Davila Record: 12-6-1 Big West: 6-3-0 8/27 San Francisco H 3-0 8/29 Sacramento State H 2-0 9/5 Western Kentucky H 1-2 9/10 Utah Valley State A 2-1 (2 ot) 9/12 Idaho State A 1-1 (2 ot) 9/17 UC Davis A 1-0 (ot) 9/20 Loyola Marymount H 1-0 (2 ot) 9/24 San Diego State H 2-3 9/27 Fresno State A 1-0 10/1 Utah State * H 1-0 H 3-0 { KRISTY KROHN } 10/3 Idaho *

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2005 > Coach: Terry Davila Record: 11-8-0 Big West: 3-4-0 8/26 UNLV A 2-0 8/28 Fresno State H 1-2 9/2 Navy H 2-1 9/4 Idaho State H 5-0 9/9 St. Bonaventure ^ N 3-1 9/11 Loyola-Chicago ^ N 7-1 9/19 San Diego State A 2-1 (ot) 9/23 Sacramento State A 4-1 9/25 San Francisco A 1-0 9/30 UC Irvine * A 3-1 10/2 Long Beach State * H 1-0 10/7 Cal State Fullerton * A 0-2 10/9 UC Riverside * A 0-1 10/14 Pacific * A 1-2 10/16 UC Davis A 3-4 10/21 Cal Poly * H 4-3 (ot) 10/23 UC Santa Barbara * H 1-2 10/27 Loyola Marymount A 0-2 10/30 Pepperdine A 1-2 * - Big West Conference Matches ^ - NAU High Altitude Tournament (Flagstaff, AZ)

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2006 > Coach: Keith West Record: 10-9-0 Big West: 3-4-0 8/25 Northern Arizona H 3-0 W 8/27 Fresno State A 0-1 L 9/1 UAB ! N 1-0 W 9/3 Northern Colorado ! N 0-1 L 9/8 San Francisco $ A 0-4 L 9/10 Utah State $ N 2-1 W 9/12 Idaho # H 7-2 W 9/15 UCLA # A 0-1 L 9/23 Detroit N 2-1 (ot) W 9/25 Hawai’i A 2-1 W 9/29 UC Irvine * H 5-0 W 10/1 Long Beach State * A 2-3 L 10/6 UC Riverside * H 2-1 W 10/8 Cal State Fullerton * H 0-1 L 10/13 UC Davis H 2-1 (2 ot) W 10/15 Pacific * H 2-1 (ot) W 10/20 UC Santa Barbara * A 0-2 L 10/22 Cal Poly * A 1-3 L 10/26 Pepperdine H 1-3 L * - Big West Conference Matches ! - Oregon State Nike Invitational (Corvallis, OR) $ - City By the Bay Classic (San Francisco, CA) # - Ohana Hotels & Resorts Soccer Invite (Honolulu, HI)

2007 > Coach: Keith West Record: 5-10-3 Big West: 2-4-2 9/1 Oregon State A 0-2 9/3 Floriday State N 1-6 9/7 San Francisco ! N 0-0 (2ot) 9/9 Illinois ! N 0-4 9/14 Baylor H 2-1 9/16 UCLA H 1-3 9/21 Hawai’i H 2-1 (2ot) 9/28 San Diego A 0-1 9/30 Pepperdine A 1-3 10/5 UC Davis * A 1-2 10/7 Pacific * A 1-2 (ot) 10/14 Long Beach State * H 1-3 10/19 UC Riverside * A 2-0 10/21 Cal State Fullerton * A 0-3 10/26 Cal State Bakersfield H 3-2 10/28 UC Irvine * H 0-0 (2ot) 11/2 UC Santa Barbara * H 1-0 11/4 Cal Poly * H 1-1 (2ot) * - Big West Conference Matches ! - UCLA Women’s Cup (Los Angeles, CA) 2008 > Coach: Keith West Record: 8-9-2 Big West: 3-4-1 8/22 San Diego State H 2-1 (2OT) 8/29 Southern Utah H 5-2 8/31 Cal State Bakersfield A 2-0 9/5 UNLV H 2-1 9/12 !California N 0-1 9/14 !Saint Mary’s (CA) A 2-1 9/19 Arizona State A 1-2 9/21 Arizona A 1-2 (2OT) 9/28 San Francisco H 1-1 10/3 Loyola Marymount A 0-1 10/5 USC A 1-2 10/10 UC Santa Barbara * A 0-3 10/12 Cal Poly * A 0-1 10/17 UC Davis * H 2-0 10/19 Pacific * H 2-1 10/23 UC Irvine * A 0-0 10/26 Long Beach State * A 0-5 10/30 UC Riverside * H 0-1 11/2 Cal State Fullerton * H 3-1 * - Big West Conference Matches ! - Saint Mary’s Fall Classic (Moraga, Calif.) 2009 > Coach: Keith West Record: 10-10-0 Big West: 6-2-0 8/22 San Diego A 0-3 8/23 San Diego State A 3-1 8/27 Loyola Marymount H 3-0 8/30 Oregon State H 1-3 9/4 Creighton A 1-2 9/6 Vermont H 1-0 9/11 New Mexico ! A 0-2 9/13 Kent State ! N 0-1 (OT) 9/18 Hawai’i H 1-0 9/25 UCLA H 0-2

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10/8 UC Irvine * A 2-0 10/10 Long Beach State * A 2-1 10/15 UC Riverside * H 2-1 (ot) 10/17 Cal State Fullerton * H 2-3 (ot) 10/22 Cal Poly * A 0-4 10/24 UC Santa Barbara * A 0-1 (ot) 10/29 Pacific * H 2-0 11/5 UC Santa Barbara ^ N 2-4 * - Big West Conference Matches ^ - Big West Conference Tournament (Irvine, CA)

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H TEAMHISTORY ALL-CONFERENCE & ALL-REGION HONORS BIG SKY CONFERENCE > 1997 Marilyn Huschka 1998 Jenny Wanner Riya Gough Pam Karbowski 1999 Erin Broadwell Paige Andrews Jessica Crespo Riya Gough Gentry Green Debbie Smith 2000 Melissa Cleal Riya Gough Shannon DeVos Joanna Parker Jenny Willemse BIG WEST CONFERENCE > 2001 Jenny Willemse

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Shannon DeVos Joanna Parker Leah Sims Melissa Cleal Leah Sims Melissa Cleal Shannon DeVos Brianna Monka Rebecca Hidalgo Terry Davila Brianna Monka Sara Davis Susie Mischenko Susie Mischenko Sara Davis Susie Mischenko Kristy Krohn Tryna Tafoya Nalena Betancourt Farryn Townley Cynthia Jacobo Sonia Espitia Katie Fox Heidi Farran Brielle Slepicoff Keith West Desiree Cardenas Farryn Townley Brielle Slepicoff Cynthia Jacobo Sonia Espitia Melissa Fernandez

ALL-WEST REGION > 2001 Jenny Willemse (GK) 2005 Brianna Monka (F) 2010 Brielle Slepicoff (D) Farryn Townley (F)

First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

Goalkeeper of the Year First Team First Team First Team First Team Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention Second Team First Team Second Team Coach of the Year Midfielder of the Year First Team Second Team Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Freshmen of the Year Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Coach of the Year First Team First Team First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

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H, A, N - Record vs. Opponent at Home, Away or Neutral Site S - Current Winning or Losing Streak vs. Opponent AIR FORCE > 1-0-1 H: 1-0, A: 0-0-1, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/12/99 H 2-0 W 9/1/00 A 1-1 T ARIZONA > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/21/08 A 1-2 (2 ot) L ARIZONA STATE > 0-2 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-1, S: -2 9/6/96 N 0-3 L 9/19/08 A 1-2 L AZUSA PACIFIC > 2-0-1 H: 1-0-1, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 9/2/95 A 3-0 W 10/2/96 H 4-1 W 8/26/00 H 0-0 (2 ot) T BRIGHAM YOUNG > 0-3 H: 0-0, A: 0-2, N: 0-1, S: -3 10/14/95 A 1-3 (ot) L 11/2/96 N 0-1 L 9/19/02 A 1-2 L

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CS LOS ANGELES > 2-1 H: 1-1, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 10/21/95 H 2-0 W 8/30/96 A 6-1 W 9/24/97 H 0-2 L CS SAN BERNARDINO > 0-0-1 H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +0 9/19/95 H 1-1 (ot) T CLAREMONT-MS > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/31/95 H 7-0 W COLORADO COLLEGE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/10/95 A 0-1 L

CALIFORNIA > 0-1 H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +0 9/12/08 N 0-1 L

CREIGHTON > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/4/09 A 1-2 L

CAL POLY > 3-5-2 H: 2-1-2, A: 1-4, N: 0-0, S: +2 10/12/01 H 0-0 (2 ot) T 10/11/02 A 0-4 L 10/24/03 H 0-4 L 10/22/04 A 0-4 L 10/21/05 H 4-3 (ot) W 10/22/06 A 1-3 L 11/04/07 H 1-1 (2ot) T 10/12/08 A 0-1 L 10/2/09 H 3-2 W 10/10/10 A 2-0 W

DENVER > 0-1-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0-1, S: -1 9/21/97 H 0-1 L 9/3/00 N 0-0 (2 ot) T

CAL POLY POMONA > 2-0 H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 9/27/95 H 2-0 W 10/28/95 A 1-0 W

EASTERN WASHINGTON > 2-1-1 H: 1-1-1, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 10/18/98 H 0-1 (ot) L 10/24/99 A 1-0 W 10/22/00 H 5-1 W 9/10/03 H 0-0 (2 ot) T

CS BAKERSFIELD > 2-1 H: 1-1, A: 2-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/26/07 H 3-2 W 8/31/08 A 2-0 W 10/23/09 H 0-1 L 10/21/10 A 2-1 W CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS > 0-0-1 H: 0-0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +0 9/15/95 H 0-0 (ot) T CS FULLERTON > 4-10 H: 3-4, A: 1-6, N: 0-0, S: +3 9/25/96 A 2-3 L 10/8/97 H 1-2 L

DETROIT > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 9/23/06 N 2-1 (ot) W DUQUESNE > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 9/7/01 N 1-0 (ot) W

FLORIDA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/3/07 N 0-6 L FRESNO STATE > 3-4 H: 1-2, A: 2-2, N: 0-0, S: -2 10/29/96 A 0-2 10/13/97 H 0-3 9/7/99 A 1-0 9/19/01 H 2-0 9/27/04 A 1-0 8/28/05 H 1-2 8/27/06 A 0-1

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LONG ISLAND > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/14/03 H 3-0 W

GRAND CANYON > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 8/29/97 H 1-2 (2 ot) L

LOYOLA-CHICAGO > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 9/11/05 N 7-1 W

HAWAI’I > 6-2 H: 4-1, A: 2-1, N: 0-0, S: +3 9/19/97 H 2-0 W 9/5/98 A 0-2 L 9/24/00 H 2-1 W 9/22/01 A 3-2 W 9/5/03 H 0-2 L 9/25/06 A 2-1 W 9/21/07 H 2-1 (2ot) W 9/18/09 H 1-0 W

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT > 2-10 H: 2-4, A: 0-6, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/23/96 H 0-2 L 10/27/96 A 0-5 L 10/26/97 H 1-2 (2 ot) L 9/25/98 A 0-1 L 8/29/99 A 0-4 L 10/10/00 H 1-2 L 9/28/01 H 0-4 L 8/29/03 A 0-2 L 9/20/04 H 1-0 (2 ot) W 10/27/05 A 0-2 L 10/3/08 A 0-1 L 8/27/09 H 3-0 W

IDAHO > 4-1 H: 3-0, A: 1-1, N: 0-0, S: +4 10/26/01 A 0-1 L 10/25/02 H 3-1 W 10/5/03 A 1-0 W 10/3/04 H 3-0 W 9/12/06 H 7-2 W IDAHO STATE > 3-0-2 H: 2-0, A: 1-0-2, N: 0-0, S: +3 10/24/98 A 1-0 W 10/31/99 H 1-0 (ot) W 10/7/00 A 0-0 (2 ot) T 9/12/04 A 1-1 (2 ot) T 9/4/05 H 5-0 W ILLINOIS > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/9/07 N 0-4 L JAMES MADISON > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/20/03 A 0-1 L

MASTER’S COLLEGE > 2-0 H: 2-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 10/5/98 H 4-0 W 9/28/99 H 8-0 W MONTANA > 0-5 H: 0-2, A: 0-3, N: 0-0, S: -5 11/2/97 H 0-1 10/16/98 A 0-1 10/22/99 H 1-3 11/4/99 A 0-1 10/20/00 A 1-5

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KANSAS > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 9/10/10 N 1-0 (2OT) W

NEVADA > 2-0 H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 8/31/01 H 2-0 W 8/30/02 A 1-0 (ot) W

KENT STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/13/09 N 0-1 (OT) L

NORTH CAROLINA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/8/02 N 0-4 L

LONG BEACH STATE > 5-8-1 H: 4-3, A: 1-5-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 9/19/98 H 2-3 (ot) L 9/5/99 H 1-0 (ot) W 9/6/00 A 0-2 L 11/4/01 H 4-0 W 11/3/02 A 0-0 (2 ot) T 10/12/03 H 1-2 L 10/10/04 A 2-1 W 10/2/05 H 1-0 W 10/1/06 A 2-3 L 10/14/07 H 1-3 L 10/26/08 A 0-5 L 11/1/09 H 1-0 W 10/24/10 A 1-2 L 11/4/10 A 1-2 L

NORTHERN ARIZONA > 1-4 H: 1-1, A: 0-3, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/24/97 A 6-7 (2 ot) L 10/30/98 A 1-2 L 10/10/99 H 0-3 L 9/20/00 A 1-2 L 8/25/06 H 3-0 W NORTHERN COLORADO > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/3/06 N 0-1 L OREGON > 1-2 H: 0-1, A: 1-0, N: 0-1, S: +1 9/13/96 H 1-3 L 9/14/97 N 0-3 L 10/3/99 A 3-1 W

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L W L L

PACIFIC > 6-5-1 H: 4-1-1, A: 2-4, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/20/96 A 1-7 L 9/11/98 H 0-2 L 10/21/01 A 3-1 W 10/18/02 H 0-0 (2 ot) T 11/2/03 A 2-1 W 10/29/04 H 2-0 W 10/14/05 A 1-2 L 10/15/06 H 2-1 (ot) W 10/7/07 A 1-2 (ot) L 10/19/08 H 2-1 W 10/9/09 A 0-1 L 10/3/10 H 1-0 W PENN > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/17/10 H 0-1 L PEPPERDINE > 1-7-2 H: 1-3-1, A: 0-4-1, N: 0-0, S:+1 11/3/95 H 2-2 (ot) T 9/1/97 A 1-4 L 10/6/98 H 0-1 L 10/13/99 A 2-3 L 9/15/00 H 0-2 L 9/4/01 A 0-0 (2 ot) T 10/30/05 A 1-2 L 10/26/06 H 1-3 L 9/30/07 A 1-3 L 9/3/10 H 2-1 W PORTLAND> 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 8/22/10 H 1-2 L PORTLAND STATE > 3-1 H: 2-0, A: 1-1, N: 0-0, S: +3 9/12/97 A 2-3 (ot) L 10/9/98 H 1-0 (ot) W 10/1/99 A 1-0 W 10/13/00 H 3-0 W SACRAMENTO STATE > 6-2-1 H: 4-0, A: 2-2-1, N: 0-0, S: +5 9/22/96 A 0-1 L 10/12/96 H 1-0 W 10/17/97 A 1-3 L 10/11/98 H 2-0 W 10/17/99 A 2-1 W 10/15/00 H 3-1 W 9/28/03 A 1-1 (2 ot) T 8/29/04 H 2-0 W 9/23/05 A 4-1 W ST. BONAVENTURE > 2-0 H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 1-0, S: +2 9/9/01 A 2-0 W 9/9/05 N 3-1 W SAINT JOSEPH’S > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 8/29/10 H 4-0 W

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SERIES RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS


H TEAMHISTORY SERIES RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS SAINT MARY’S > 1-1 H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-1, S: +1 9/4/98 N 1-2 L 9/14/08 A 2-1 W SAN DIEGO > 1-6 H: 1-1, A: 0-5, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/30/98 A 1-3 L 9/10/00 A 0-2 L 9/11/02 A 1-3 L 10/31/03 H 0-3 L 9/28/07 A 0-1 L 8/21/09 A 0-3 L 9/27/10 H 1-0 W SAN DIEGO STATE > 3-4 H: 1-1, A: 2-3, N: 0-0, S: +3 10/1/96 A 0-5 L 10/2/98 A 0-1 (ot) L 9/4/02 A 1-2 L 9/24/04 H 2-3 L 9/19/05 A 2-1 (ot) W 8/22/08 H 2-1 (2ot) W 8/23/09 A 3-1 W SAN FRANCISCO > 2-3-2 H: 1-1-1, A: 1-2, N: 0-0-1, S: -1 9/27/02 H 2-3 (2 ot) L 9/26/03 A 0-4 L 8/27/04 H 3-0 W 9/25/05 A 1-0 W 9/8/06 A 0-4 L 9/7/07 N 0-0 T 9/28/08 H 1-1 T SAN JOSE STATE > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 10/7/95 A 1-3 L 9/29/96 H 1-3 L SEATTLE > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/31/10 H 3-1 W SONOMA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 10/1/95 A 0-4 L SOUTHERN UTAH > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 8/29/08 H 5-2 W TEXAS A&M > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/19/10 A 0-5 L UAB > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 9/1/06 N 1-0 W UC DAVIS > 4-3 H: 2-0, A: 2-3, N: 0-0, S: +3 10/2/95 A 1-4 L 9/17/04 A 1-0 (ot) W 10/16/05 A 3-4 L 10/13/06 H 2-1 (2 ot) W 10/5/07 A 1-2 L 10/17/08 H 2-0 W

10/11/09 10/1/10

A H

1-0 (OT) 2-1

W W

UC IRVINE > 7-4-3 H: 3-1-2, A: 4-2-1, N: 0-1, S: -1 9/8/96 N 0-3 L 9/7/97 A 1-4 L 9/1/99 H 0-0 T 9/22/00 A 1-0 W 11/2/01 H 2-0 W 11/1/02 A 2-1 (ot) W 10/10/03 H 1-2 (ot) L 10/8/04 A 2-0 W 9/30/05 A 3-1 W 9/29/06 H 5-0 W 10/28/07 H 0-0 T 10/23/08 A 0-0 T 10/25/09 H 1-0 W 10/15/10 A 0-1 (OT) L UCLA > 1-6 H: 1-3, A: 0-3, N: 0-0, S: -5 10/25/95 H 0-3 9/10/96 H 2-1 9/22/02 A 0-4 9/15/06 A 0-1 9/16/07 H 1-3 9/25/09 H 0-2 9/5/10 A 1-4

L W L L L L L

UC RIVERSIDE > 6-4 H: 3-2, A: 3-2, N: 0-0, S: +2 10/7/01 A 2-1 W 10/6/02 H 0-1 L 10/17/03 A 1-2 L 10/15/04 H 2-1 (ot) W 10/9/05 A 0-1 L 10/6/06 H 2-1 W 10/19/07 A 2-0 W 10/30/08 H 0-1 L 10/16/09 A 1-0 W 10/17/10 H 1-0 W UC SANTA BARBARA > 4-14 H: 3-6, A: 1-7, N: 0-1, S: -5 9/25/95 H 1-2 L 9/4/97 A 0-1 L 9/1/98 H 0-1 L 9/19/99 A 1-0 W 9/17/00 H 1-0 W 10/14/01 H 2-0 W 10/13/02 A 3-4 L 10/26/03 H 0-2 L 10/24/04 A 0-1 (ot) L 11/5/04 N 2-4 L 10/23/05 H 1-2 L 10/20/06 A 0-2 L 11/2/07 H 1-0 W 10/10/08 A 0-3 L 10/4/09 H 2-3 L 11/5/09 H 1-2 L 8/20/10 A 0-2 L 10/8/10 A 0-1 L

UNLV > 4-2 H: 2-1, A: 2-1, N: 0-0, S: +3 9/16/98 H 3-2 W 9/26/99 A 1-2 (2 ot) L 9/29/02 H 2-4 L 8/26/05 A 2-0 W 9/5/08 H 2-1 W 9/12/10 A 1-0 W U.S. INTERNATIONAL > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/18/95 H 3-0 W USC > 0-3 H: 0-1, A: 0-2, N: 0-0, S: -3 10/9/96 H 0-3 L 10/1/97 A 0-4 L 10/5/08 A 1-2 L UTAH > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 10/13/95 A 3-4 L 11/1/96 H 1-5 L UTAH STATE > 3-2 H: 1-1, A: 1-1, N: 1-0, S: +2 10/28/01 A 2-0 W 10/27/02 H 0-1 L 10/3/03 A 0-3 L 10/1/04 H 1-0 W 9/10/06 N 2-1 W UTAH VALLEY STATE > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/10/04 A 2-1 (2 ot) W VERMONT > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/6/09 H 1-0 W WEBER STATE > 2-3-1 H: 2-2, A: 0-1-1, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/26/97 H 1-2 (ot) L 10/31/97 H 1-0 W 10/22/98 A 0-2 L 10/29/99 H 0-1 (ot) L 10/5/00 A 1-1 (2 ot) T 9/30/01 H 2-0 W WESTERN KENTUCKY > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/5/04 H 1-2 L WESTMONT > 0-1-1 H: 0-1-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 9/4/95 H 0-2 (ot) L 9/17/96 H 0-0 (ot) T WYOMING > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 9/9/95 A 1-0 W

UC SANTA CRUZ > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 10/8/05 A 2-0 W

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MATCHES PLAYED > 1. Farryn Townley, 2006-10 2. Jasmine Pratt, 2007-10 3. Sydney Vermillion, 2006-09 4. Rachel Gillis, 2003-07 Sonia Espitia, 2007-10 6. Nalena Betancourt, 2004-08 Kelley Ross, 2006-09 8. Susie Mischenko, 2004-07 Erin Broadwell, 1998-2001 10. Kristy Krohn, 2004-07 Leila Pate, 2002-05 Shannon DeVos, 2000-03 Cindy Mallett, 2000-03 Joanna Parker, 1998-2001 GOALS > 1. Farryn Townley, 2006-2010 2. Erin Broadwell, 1998-2001 3. Kristy Krohn, 2004-07 4. Brianna Monka, 2004-05 5. Lelia Pate, 2002-05 6. Susie Mischenko, 2004-07 7. Melissa Cleal, 1999-2002 8. Heather Schou, 1995-97 9. Kristal Phillips, 2004-08 Shannon DeVos, 2000-03 ASSISTS > 1. Melissa Cleal, 1999-2002 2. Kristal Phillips, 2004-08

80 78 76 75 75 74 74 73 73 72 72 72 72 72

22 19 18 17 15 12 11 10 9 9

18 12

Tryna Tafoya, 2004-08 4. Riya Gough, 1997-2000 5. Brianna Monka, 2004-05 Shannon DeVos, 2000-03 Cindy Mallett, 2000-03 8. Kristy Krohn, 2004-07 Sara Davis, 2005-06 Kaitlyn Kelly, 2004-05 Brynne Blumstein, 1999-2002

12 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

POINTS > 1. Farryn Townley, 2006-10 2. Kristy Krohn, 2004-07 3. Brianna Monka, 2004-05 Erin Broadwell, 1998-2001 5. Melissa Cleal, 1999-2002 6. Leila Pate, 2002-05 7. Susie Mischenko, 2004-07 Kristal Phillips, 2004-08 9. Shannon DeVos, 2000-03 Tryna Tafoya, 2004-08

48 45 44 44 40 37 30 30 28 28

SHOTS > 1. Kristy Krohn, 2004-07 2. Leila Pate, 2002-05 3. Erin Broadwell, 1998-2001 4. Melissa Cleal, 1999-2002 5. Farryn Townley, 2006-10 6. Riya Gough, 1997-2000 7. Rachel Gagliano, 1995 8. Susie Mischenko, 2004-07

134 130 127 113 110 108 99 97

9. Shannon DeVos, 2000-03 Amy Gill, 1995-97

76 76

MINUTES IN GOAL > 1. Jenny Willemse, 1998-2001 5,324 2. Tawni Takagi, 1996-99 4,865 3. Jen Jasper, 2002-03 2,869 4. April Cline, 2005-06 2,728 5. Cynthia Jacobo, 20092,438 6. Leah Elliott, 2008-09 2,419 7. Karen Comstock, 2002-05 2,186 8. Kellie Drenner, 2006-09 1,724 9. Kim Kuhn, 1995 916 10. Dawn Lenard, 1995 869 WINS > 1. Jenny Willemse, 1998-2001 2. April Cline, 2005-06 3. Cynthia Jacobo, 20094. Karen Comstock, 2002-05 Tawni Takagi, 1996-99 6. Leah Elliott, 2008 7. Kellie Drenner, 2006-07 8. Jen Jasper, 2002-03 10. Kim Kuhn, 1995 Dawn Lenard, 1995

29 18 16 12 12 10 7 5 4 4

SAVES > 1. Tawni Takagi, 1996-99 2. Jenny Willemse, 1998-2001 3. Jen Jasper, 2002-03

313 296 189

4. Leah Elliott, 2008-09 5. Karen Comstock, 2002-05 Cynthia Jacobo, 20097. April Cline, 2005-06 8. Kellie Drenner, 2006-07 9. Kim Kuhn, 1995 10. Dawn Lenard, 1995

143 116 116 100 90 56 41

GOALS AGAINST AVG. (MIN. 500 MINS.) > 1. Cynthia Jacobo, 20090.89 2. Jenny Willemse, 1998-2001 0.96 3. Kim Kuhn, 1995 1.18 4. Karen Comstock, 2002-05 1.28 5. Ivette Esqueda, 2007 1.29 6. April Cline, 2005-06 1.35 7. Leah Elliott, 2008-09 1.45 8. Dawn Lenard, 1995 1.55 9. Kellie Drenner, 2006-09 1.67 10. Jen Jasper, 2002-03 1.91 SHUTOUTS > 1. Jenny Willemse, 1998-2001 2. Cynthia Jacobo, 20093. Karen Comstock, 2002-05 4. Tawni Takagi, 1996-99 5. April Cline, 2005-06 6. Jen Jasper, 2002-03 Dawn Lenard, 1995 8. Kim Kuhn, 1995 9. Leah Elliott, 2008-09 10. Ivette Esqueda, 2007

26.5 12.0 9.5 9.0 5.5 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 3.0

SEASON LEADERS GOALS > 1. Farryn Townley, 2009 Kristy Krohn, 2005 Brianna Monka, 2005 4. Brianna Monka, 2004 Erin Broadwell, 1999 6. Farryn Townley, 2010 Becky Andrews, 1995 8. Kristal Phillips, 2006 Leila Pate, 2003 Gentry Green, 1999

9 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6

ASSISTS > 1. Brianna Monka, 2005 Kristen Johnson, 1995 3. Sara Davis, 2006 Kaitlyn Kelly, 2004 Melissa Cleal, 2001 Rachel Gagliano, 1995 7. Melissa Fernandez, 2010 Kristal Phillips, 2008 Tessa Binkley, 2006 Michelle McCollum, 2004 Melissa Cleal, 2002 Shannon DeVos, 2001 Melissa Cleal, 2000 Riya Gough, 1998 Jenny Wanner, 1997 Marilyn Huschka, 1996

7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

POINTS > 1. Brianna Monka, 2005 2. Kristy Krohn, 2005 3. Farryn Townley, 2009 Erin Broadwell, 1999 5. Brianna Monka, 2004 6. Kristal Phillips, 2006 Rachel Gagliano, 1995 8. Farryn Tonwley, 2010 Gentry Green, 1999 Becky Andrews, 1995 Kristen Johnson, 1995

25 22 20 20 19 16 16 15 15 15 15

SHOTS > 1. Rachel Gagliano, 1995 2. Leila Pate, 2003 3. Marilyn Huschka, 1997 4. Erin Broadwell, 2000 5. Farryn Townley, 2010 6. Melissa Cleal, 2000 7. Farryn Townley, 2009 Nancy Avesyan, 2008 9. Kristy Krohn, 2007 Riya Gough, 1998

99 54 46 42 40 39 38 38 37 37

MINUTES IN GOAL > 1. Tawni Takagi, 1996 2. Cynthia Jacobo, 2010 3. Leah Elliott, 2008

1,850 1,844 1,786

4. Jenny Willemse, 2000 5. Jen Jasper, 2003 6. Karen Comstock, 2004 7. Jenny Willemse, 2001 8. Tawni Takagi, 1997 9. April Cline, 2005 10. April Cline, 2006

1,690 1,639 1,620 1,594 1,525 1,449 1,279

WINS > 1. Jenny Willemse, 2001 2. Cynthia Jacobo, 2010 April Cline, 2005 Karen Comstock, 2004 5. Leah Elliott, 2008 6. April Cline, 2006 Jenny Willemse, 2000 8. Jenny Willemse, 1999 9. Cynthia Jacobo, 2009 10. Six Player Tied at

12 11 11 11 8 7 7 6 5 4

SAVES > 1. Tawni Takagi, 1996 2. Leah Elliott, 2008 3. Jen Jasper, 2003 4. Cynthia Jacobo, 2010 Jenny Willemse, 2000 6. Jen Jasper, 2002 7. Jenny Willemse, 2001 8. Tawni Takagi, 1997

127 113 100 92 92 89 85 83

9. Karen Comstock, 2004 10. Tawni Takagi, 1998

82 64

GOALS AGAINST AVG. (MIN. 500 MINS.) > 1. Cynthia Jacobo, 2009 0.30 2. Jenny Willemse, 2001 0.56 3. Tawni Takagi, 1999 0.84 4. Jenny Willemse, 2000 1.01 5. Cynthia Jacobo, 2010 1.07 6. Jenny Willemse, 1998 1.09 7. Karen Comstock, 2004 1.11 8. Kim Kuhn, 1995 1.18 9. April Cline, 2005 1.24 10. Ivette Esqueda, 2007 1.29 SHUTOUTS > 1. Jenny Willemse, 2001 2. Karen Comstock, 2004 3. Cynthia Jacobo, 2010 4. Jenny Willemse, 2000 5. Jenny Willemse, 1999 6. Cynthia Jacobo, 2009 Dawn Lenard, 1995 8. Kim Kuhn, 1995 9. April Cline, 2005 Jen Jasper, 2003 Tawni Takagi, 1999 Jenny Willemse, 1998

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SERIES RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS // CAREER LEADERS // SEASON LEADERS

CAREER LEADERS


H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS GOALS > 1995 Becky Andrews 1996 Rhiannon Clow 1997 Jennifer Barnes Marilyn Huschka 1998 Erin Broadwell Rebecca Kiesz 1999 Erin Broadwell 2000 Melissa Cleal 2001 Erin Broadwell 2002 Melissa Cleal Shannon DeVos Leila Pate Leah Sims 2003 Leila Pate 2004 Brianna Monka 2005 Kristy Krohn Brianna Monka 2006 Kristal Phillips 2007 Susie Mischenko 2008 Nancy Avesyan 2009 Farryn Townley 2010 Farryn Townley

7 5 4 4 3 3 8 4 5 3 3 3 3 6 8 9 9 6 5 5 9 7

ASSISTS > 1995 Kristen Johnson 1996 Marilyn Huschka 1997 Jenny Wanner 1998 Riya Gough 1999 Erin Broadwell 2000 Melissa Cleal 2001 Melissa Cleal 2002 Melissa Cleal 2003 Cindy Mallett 2004 Kaitlyn Kelly 2005 Brianna Monka 2006 Sara Davis 2007 Kimberly Culver 2008 Kristal Phillips 2009 Seven Players Tied 2010 Melissa Fernandez

7 5 5 5 4 5 6 5 2 6 7 6 3 5 2 5

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

POINTS > 1995 Rachel Gagliano 1996 Rhiannon Clow 1997 Marilyn Huschka 1998 Michelle French Joanna Parker 1999 Erin Broadwell 2000 Melissa Cleal 2001 Melissa Cleal 2002 Melissa Cleal 2003 Leila Pate 2004 Brianna Monka 2005 Brianna Monka 2006 Kristal Phillips 2007 Kristy Krohn Susie Mischenko 2008 Nancy Avesyan 2009 Farryn Townley 2010 Farryn Townley

16 11 9 7 7 20 13 12 11 13 19 25 16 10 10 14 20 17

SHOTS > 1995 Rachel Gagliano 1996 Pam Karbowski 1997 Marilyn Huschka 1998 Riya Gough 1999 Erin Broadwell 2000 Erin Broadwell 2001 Jenny Graham Lisa Gouveia 2002 Leila Pate 2003 Leila Pate 2004 Brianna Monka 2005 Kristy Krohn 2006 Kristy Krohn 2007 Kristy Krohn 2008 Nancy Avesyan 2009 Farryn Townley 2010 Farryn Townley

99 34 46 37 36 42 31 31 31 54 36 35 31 37 38 38 40

RECORD BY SEASON 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

W 8 4 2 6 10 7 12 3 4 12 11 10 5 8 10 12 124

OVERALL L T 9 3 15 1 16 0 13 0 8 1 6 5 3 2 13 2 12 3 6 1 8 0 9 0 10 3 9 2 10 0 9 0 156 23

PCT .475 .225 .111 .316 .553 .528 .765 .222 .289 .658 .579 .526 .361 .474 .500 .571 .447

CONFERENCE W L T PCT Independent Independent 1 4 0 .200 3 4 0 .429 4 3 0 .571 3 2 2 .571 6 2 1 .722 2 5 2 .333 2 7 0 .222 6 3 0 .667 3 4 0 .429 3 4 0 .429 2 4 2 .375 3 4 1 .438 6 2 0 .750 5 3 0 .625 49 51 8 .491

FINISH

T-5th T-4th T-3rd 5th 3rd T-7th 9th T-3rd T-4th 5th 7th 5th 2nd 3rd

HEAD COACH Brian Wiesner Brian Wiesner Brian Wiesner Brian Wiesner Allison Lee Allison Lee Allison Lee Allison Lee Mac Thompson Terry Davila Terry Davila Keith West Keith West Keith West Keith West Keith West

8-7-1 7-7-2

Road Openers Conference Openers

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS > Most Wins 12 (2010) 12 (2004) 12 (2001) Fewest Wins 2 (1997) Most Losses 16 (1997) Fewest Losses 3 (2001) Most Ties 5 (2000) Most Points 120 (2005) Most Goals Scored 41 (2005) Fewest Goals Scored 14 (2003) Most Goals Allowed 53 (1996) Fewest Goals Allowed 11 (2001) Most Assists 38 (2005)

10 (2003)

Most Shutouts

11 (2001)

Fewest Shutouts

2 (1997) 2 (1996)

Highest Winning Percentage .765 (2001) Lowest Winning Percentage .111 (1997) INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS > Most Points 10, Erin Broadwell vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Goals 4, Erin Broadwell vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Assists 3, Tessa Binkley vs. Idaho, 9-12-06 and Melissa Cleal vs. Idaho, 10-25-02 Most Saves 16, Tawni Takagi at Montana, 10-16-98 and Kim Kuhn at Sonoma State, 10-1-95 TEAM HOME MATCH RECORDS > Most Goals 8 vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Assists 9 vs. The Master’s College, 9-28-99 INDIVIDUAL HOME MATCH RECORDS > Most Goals 4, Erin Broadwell vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Assists 3, Tessa Binkley vs. Idaho, 9-12-06 and Melissa Cleal vs. Idaho, 10-25-02 Most Points 10, Erin Broadwell vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Saves 12, Karen Comstock vs. Cal State Fullerton, 10-17-04

CONSECUTIVE WINS > Consecutive Wins

9, 9-2-05 to 10-2-05

Consecutive Home Wins Consecutive Road/Neutral Wins Consecutive Conference Wins Consecutive Home Conference Wins Consecutive Road Conference Wins

6, 9-27-10 to Current 7, 8-26-05 to 9-30-05 6, 11-2-03 to 10-15-04 (two seasons) 6, 10-25-09 to Current 3, 10-1-99 to 10-24-99 and 11-2-03 to 10-10-04 10-11-09 to 10-16-09

CONSECUTIVE DEFEATS > Consecutive Defeats

12, 9-1-02 to 10-13-02 and 10-20-96 to 9-14-97 (two seasons)

Consecutive Home Defeats Consecutive Conference Defeats

7-8-1 7-7-0

Fewest Assists

MATADOR STREAKS

Consecutive Road/Neutral Defeats

RECORD IN OPENERS Season Openers Home Openers

TEAM MATCH RECORDS > Most Goals Scored 8 vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Goals Allowed 7 at Pacific, 9-20-96 7 at Northern Arizona, 10-24-97 Most Assists 9 vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Most Shots 45 vs. The Master's College, 9-28-99 Fewest Shots 3 at Arizona State, 9-19-08 3 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 10-26-03 3 at UCLA, 9-22-02 3 at San Diego State, 9-4-02 3 at Southern California, 10-1-97 Most Shots Allowed 39 at Northern Arizona, 10-24-97 Fewest Shots Allowed 0 vs. Portland State, 10-13-00

6, 9-21-97 to 10-26-97 25, 9-6-96 to 10-22-98 (three seasons) 6, 10-10-03 to 10-26-03

Consecutive Home Conference Defeats

5, 10-27-02 to 10-26-03 (two seasons)

Consecutive Road Conference Defeats

5, 9-12-97 to 10-22-98 (two seasons)


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Dreyer, Stephanie

A>

2003

Alessi, Mary

2002

Duran, Janay

1996

Alvarenga, Elena

2003

Dutton, Krystan

2005

Alvarez, Claudia

1998

Anderson, Carrie

1998-99

Andrews, Becky

1995, 1999

Andrews, Paige

1999

Attebery, Kari Augenstein, Ashley Avesyan, Nancy

E> Eguchi, Malea Elliott, Leah

2007 2008-09

1995-98

Erwin, Kim

1997

2001-04

Escobar, Brenda

2001

2008

Espitia, Sonia Esqueda, Ivette

2007-10 2007

B> 2008-

Barnes, Jennifer

1997-98

Farenbaugh, Nicole

Beahan, Abby

1996-97

Farran, Heidi

2008-

Betancourt, Nalena

2005-08

Fernandez, Melissa

2009-

Binkley, Tessa

2005-06

Fish, Jennifer

2000

Blumstein, Brynne Borges, Jessy

1999-2002 2003-06

Broadwell, Erin

1998-2001

Broussard, Amanda

2001

Bucknum, Brandy

1997

C> Caparoso, Briana

TERRY DAVILA 2004-05

KEITH WEST 2006-

20-53-4

32-30-10

4-12-3

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1998-2000

Gagliano, Rachel

1995

Galarze, Stephanie

2009-

Galindo, Ileana Geckle, Emily Gill, Amy

2009 1996-97 20091995-97

1998-2000

Gillis, Rachel

2003, 2005-07

1999-2002

Gough, Riya

1997-2000

2005-06

Gouveia, Lisa

2001

Clinkenbeard, Melissa

2001

Graham, Jenny

Clissold, Shannon

2001

Green, Gentry

1999

Clow, Rhiannon

1996

Griffiths, Monica

2001-02 1996

Coenen, Alicia

2004-05

Comstock, Karen

2002-05

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Coney, Jocelyn

2009-10

Hagouel, Nicole

Connolly, Niki

2009

Harper, Amanda

2000

Coulas, Katie

2008-

Hauserman, Julie

2004-06

Hawes, Haley

2000

2009-

Crespo, Jessica

1998-99

Crnojevic, Diane

1995

Hayden, Celisse

2002

Crowell, Vanessa

2003-05

Haynie, Rilesha

2006-07

Cruz, Nicole

2008-09

Hermosillo, Adrianna

2007-08

Culver, Kimberly

MAC THOMPSON 2003

2004

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2003-07

Cline, April

ALLISON LEE 1999-2002

French, Michelle

2009-10 2004

2001-03

2007-09

Cedillo, Evy

Cleal, Melissa

BRIAN WIESNER 1995-1998

Fox, Katie

Cardenas, Desiree

Clavadetscher, Kerrie

HEAD COACHES

2002

Flammang, Kerry

Gardner, Jenn

Cendejas, Natalie

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2007

Hidalgo, Rebecca

2004

Hirsch, Marie

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1997-99

Davis, Sara

2005-06

Hudson, Shanna

2006-07

DeVos, Shannon

2000-03

Huschka, Marilyn

1996-97

Dickerson, Adriene

2006-07

Dodd, Casey

2004-05

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Drenner, Kellie

2006-09

Ittner, Krisanna

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H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR LETTERWINNERS >> J> Jacobo, Cynthia James, Nancy Jara, Karla Jasper, Jen Jimison, Deedee Johnson, Kristen

20091995-96 1997-98 2002-03 1997-2000 1995

K> Karbowski, Pam Karkar, Oshrat Kecskes, Jackie Kelly, Erin Kelly, Kaitlyn Kiesz, Rebecca Klawitter, Katy Klock, Suzann Knape, Rian Kolb, Cassidy Krohn, Kristy Kuhn, Kim

1996-98 2003 2004-05 2007-10 2004 1998-99 2000 1997 2002-03 2004 2004-07 1995

L> Lamoree, Kim Landress, Megan Leiva, Zulma Lenard, Dawn Lensing, Wendee Licata, Ashley Lovejoy, Chandra Lutizetti, Tina

1995 1999 1995-96 1995 2003-04 2002 2002-03 2005-08

M> MacGaunn, Kelly Mallett, Cindy Martinez, Cristina Mastrocinque, Lisa Mazon, Wendy McCollum, Michelle McGowan, Christy Mellon, Rosana Miller, Marisa Mischenko, Susie Mitchell, Patti Lynn Monka, Brianna Moore, Michelle Murphy, Carrie Faith

1997 2000-03 2009 2000 1995-96 2003-04 1996 1995-96 20092004-07 2003 2004-05 2007-08 2006-07

N> Nakashima, Wendy Norton, Stephanie Niven, Emily

1995 20092005

Nizich, Devon Nunes, Laura

2004-06 2006-07

O> Ortega, Mary

2003, 2005-06

P> Parker, Joanna Pate, Leila Phillips, Kristal Pichaikul, Marrica Pratt, Jasmine

1998-2001 2002-05 2005-06, 2008 1995-96 2007-10

R> Ross, Kelley Russ, Katie S> Sanchez, Christa Sanneman, Jera Schou, Heather Siemen, Jamie Sims, Leah Slepicoff, Brielle Smith, Abbey Smith, Debbie Stanley, Chelsea Strauss, Heidi T> Tafoya, Tryna Tarik, Salma Takagi, Tawni Townley, Farryn Tubbs, Cami Tubbs, Cara V> Vargas, Jenny Vaughan, Sinead Veliz, Angie Vermillion, Sydney Vicari, Angie von Krog, Kristina W> Wanner, Jenny Watts, Amy Willemse, Jenny Woolfork, Poirsha Z> Zahnow, Megan

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2006-09 2009-

2000, 2002 1995-96 1995-97 2004 2001-02 20081997-99 1998-99 2002 1996-97, 99

2005-2008 2007 1996-99 2006-10 1995 1995 2001-04 2008 2001-02 2006-09 2000 2000-01

1997-98 1999-2000 1998-2001 2007

2009

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DR. JOLENE KOESTER

University President Dr. Jolene Koester began her appointment as the fourth president of California State University, Northridge on July 1, 2000. At the time of her appointment, Koester had been serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs and professor of communication studies at California State University, Sacramento, a post she had held since 1993. Prior to her appointment as provost, she served in other executive positions in the academic affairs division at CSU Sacramento. She has been a faculty member since 1980. She earned a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, an M.A. in communication arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Ph.D. in speech communication from Minnesota. The author of several scholarly books and articles on intercultural and interpersonal communication and a former Fulbright Scholar, Koester has served on systemwide committees on Cornerstones (the California State University’s systemwide strategic plan), budget and accountability, and teacher preparation. The Minnesota native chaired CSU Sacramento’s NCAA accreditation study and was president of the Western States Communication Association. In 1998, Cal State Northridge celebrated its 40th anniversary as the only public university located in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, home to about 1.7 million residents. Founded in 1958, the university has grown to include the 353-acre Northridge campus with over 34,000 diverse students and more than 3,800 employees. The university is one of the largest in the 23-campus California State University system. Cal State Northridge offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in more than 50 different majors.

RICK MAZZUTO

Athletic Director Rick Mazzuto was named Cal State Northridge Athletic Director on August 3, 2006, becoming the seventh athletic director in the Matadors’ 48-year history. Mazzuto comes to Northridge from Longwood University in Farmville, Va., where he served as athletic director since 2002. He has led the Lancers in the school’s transition from Division II to Division I, which began in March 2002. At Longwood, Mazzuto guided the program through many changes, including increases in operating budgets, scholarships and department personnel, while also overseeing scheduling, fundraising and marketing. Additionally, Mazzuto was instrumental in developing a comprehensive master plan for new athletic facilities and the complete renovation of some existing facilities. Prior to his days at Longwood, Mazzuto was the athletic director at Saint Mary’s in Moraga, Calif. from 1989 to 2000. He oversaw a $5-million budget and 16sport athletic program while with the Gaels. During his time at SMC, the Gaels made three trips to the NCAA Tournament with their 1992 women’s soccer, 1997 men’s basketball and 1999 women’s basketball squads. Mazzuto began his athletic director career at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., where he managed the Gaels’ 20-sport program. While there, Iona participated in two NCAA Tournaments and National Invitational Tournaments in men’s basketball, as the school won a combined 13 conference championships. Mazzuto started at Iona in 1977, working for three years as the institution’s associate athletic director. Mazzuto has served on numerous committees during his career, including the NCAA Division I

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Women’s Basketball Committee from 1991 to 1997. He also has extensive community service activities, serving on the Board of Directors of both the Moraga and New Rochelle Rotary Clubs. Mazzuto currently serves on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics and is on the Big West Compliance and Game Management Committee and is the administrative liaison to the Sports Information Directors. Mazzuto earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics as the school’s sports information director for two years. He also served as SID at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. for four years, and was the publicity director for the East Coast Conference for two years. Mazzuto is married to the former Janet Johnstone.

DR. TINA KIESLER

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Tina Kiesler assumed the title of CSUN's Faculty Athletics Representative prior to the start of the 2010-11 academic year. Dr. Kiesler joined the faculty of Cal State University Northridge in 2002. She is currently an Associate Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Business Honors Program. Before joining CSUN, she was a faculty member or visiting faculty member at the University of Southern California (USC), Rutgers University, New York University (NYU), Universidad Catolica Portuguesa, Yale, UCLA and Columbia University. Dr. Kiesler received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her PhD in Marketing Management from UCLA's Anderson Graduate of Management.


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Cal State Northridge Directory USU Ticket Office Mailing Address: Athletic Department 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301

2661 2488

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION > Rick Mazzuto DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Tina Kiesler FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE Tom Ford ASSOCIATE A.D., EXTERNAL RELATIONS Ashlie Kite ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Janet Pinneau ASSOCIATE A.D./SWA/STUDENT SERVICES Lauree Floback ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT LeeAnna Berkeland ACCOUNT TECHICIAN Karen Mariglia ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT COORDINATOR Cynthia Morgan ADMINSTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Angelique Odom ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Joyce Scanlin ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT > Fax Mandie McConkey ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT COORDINATOR Lara Kehkedjian ACADEMIC ADVISOR Michelle Almazan ACADEMIC ADVISOR Brett Sanders ACADEMIC SPECIALIST Larry O’Connor ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

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ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT > Jerry DeFelice, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT/STUDENT SERV. 3935 BUSINESS AFFAIRS > Kimberly Siemen ASST. A.D., BUSINESS AFFAIRS

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COMPLIANCE > Julie Sandoval DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE

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EQUIPMENT > Isidore Gold EQUIPMENT MANAGER Stephanie Cantu ASSISTANT MANAGER FACILITIES > Fax Mark Adamiak FACILTIES MANAGER Howard Garcia EVENTS MANAGER

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MARKETING > Erin Kiser ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/MARKETING 2683 Corporate Partnershiups, Cheerleading Squad/Matador Director/Marketing & Pep Band Advisor, Guest Promotions Appearances MEDIA RELATIONS > Fax Bob Vazquez ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS

4950 2313 cell: 510-673-9521 Men’s Basketball, Women’s Water Polo

All extensions are (818) 677- _ _ _ _ Matt Monroe ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3247 Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Men’s/Women’s Track & Field Geoff Herberg ASSISTANT MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3243 Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Tennis, Softball Kevin Strauss MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT 3860 Men’s Soccer, Baseball Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR 6634 Baseball Press Box 4292 Basketball Press Box 4702 Softball Press Box 2988 Volleyball Press Box 4702 ATHLETIC TRAINING > Fax Steve Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE Sarah Lyons ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Erick Buitrago ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Dunford Rodill ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Brittany Beckwith GRADUATE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

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TEAM PHYSICANS > Dr. Rick Sletten GENERAL PHYSICIAN

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING > Fax Daniel Kohn HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Jeff Crelling ASSISTANT, STRENGTH & CONDITIONIN

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BASEBALL > Fax Matt Curtis HEAD COACH Shaun Larkin ASSISTANT COACH Eric Newman ASSISTANT COACH Tom Hutchison DIRECTOR OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS Baseball Field

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MEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Bobby Braswell HEAD COACH Bob Lowe ASSISTANT COACH Danny Sprinkle ASSISTANT COACH Jay Morris ASSISTANT COACH Lior Schwartzburg DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Jason Flowers HEAD COACH Lindsey Foster ASSISTANT COACH Mario Trutanic ASSISTANT COACH Christine Collins-Kiernan ASSISTANT COACH

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MEN’S GOLF > Fax Jim Bracken HEAD COACH

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WOMEN’S GOLF > Fax Bonnie Murphy HEAD COACH

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MEN’S SOCCER > Fax Terry Davila HEAD COACH Yossi Raz ASSOCIATE COACH Peter Bomar ASSISTANT COACH Zach Friedman VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

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WOMEN’S SOCCER > Fax Keith West HEAD COACH Juan Plasencia ASSISTANT COACH Miguel Ruiz ASSISTANT COACH Ivan Alzate VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

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SOFTBALL > Fax Tairia Flowers HEAD COACH Caitlin Benyi ASSISTANT COACH Tia Meza ASSISTANT COACH Natasha Watley VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Softball Field WOMEN’S TENNIS > Fax Gary Victor HEAD COACH James Ciuffo ASSISTANT COACH Zbynek Mlynarik VOLUNTEER COACH

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MEN’S & WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY > Fax 2661 Avery Anderson HEAD COACH 3608 Bridget Anderson ASSISTANT COACH 3242 Quincy Watts ASSISTANT COACH 3867 Jason Schutz ASSISTANT COACH 2228 Justin Johnson ASSISTANT COACH 7680 MEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Fax Jeff Campbell HEAD COACH Theo Edwards ASSISTANT COACH Mike Arone VOLUNTEER COACH

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WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Fax Jeff Stork HEAD COACH Susie Terrusa ASSISTANT COACH Alicia Robinson ASSISTANT COACH

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WOMEN’S WATER POLO > Fax Marcelo Leonardi HEAD COACH Brianna Wilson ASSISTANT COACH

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STAFF DIRECTORY


N NORTHRIDGE MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME > The members of the Cal State Northridge Media Relations Office appreciate your interest in the 2011 Matadors women’s soccer team. We hope this media guide serves as your complete source to this year’s team and a history of Cal State Northridge Women’s Soccer. If you have any further questions, please call Geoff Herberg, Assistant Director of Media Relations, or any member of the Matadors Media Relations Office at 818-677-3243. CREDENTIALS > Requests for press, radio, television and photographers’ credentials should be addressed to Geoff Herberg, Media Relations Assistant, Cal State Northridge, Athletic Department, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301, 818-677-3243. The fax number is 818-677-4950. Requests will be mailed when time permits. Otherwise, they will be left at “Will Call” which is located at the entrance to Matador Soccer Field. PHOTO CREDENTIALS > Photographers must contact the Athletic Media Relations Office for credentials. Only working media will be issued a pass. Photographers are required to wear their credential in plain sight at all time.

RADIO/TELEVISION LINES > Visiting radio stations must make arrangements through the Athletic Media Relations Office at least two weeks prior to the game. There will be a $35 charge (nonconference opponents only) for use of the telephone line provided for radio, and ALL calls must be either collect or billed to a calling credit card. CONTACTING COACHES > The best time to contact women’s soccer coach Keith West is weekday mornings from 9 a.m. to Noon. The women’s soccer office telephone number is (818) 6776252. However, it is recommended that you set up your interviews through the Media Relations Office at (818) 677-3243. SEASON INTERVIEWS > To arrange a player or coach, please contact the Media Relations Office at (818) 677-3243. The best time for short interviews is following daily practices, which usually run from Noon to 5:00 p.m. at the soccer practice field located adjacent to the baseball stadium.. The best time for extended interviews is normally between 10:00 a.m. and Noon, depending upon class schedules and team obligations. No interviews will be permitted during daily practice sessions. Interviews on game days will only be granted after the conclusion of

the contest. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis only. Individual player telephone numbers or email addresses WILL NOT be given to members of the media. Players are instructed NOT to conduct interviews when contacted directly by telephone. The Athletic Media Relations Office will arrange for telephone interviews at a time convenient for the student-athlete. The most popular time for call backs is following practice. The Matador locker room and team training rooms are considered private team areas and are OFF-LIMITS to the media. POST GAME INTERVIEWS > At no time will the media be admitted into the Northridge locker room area. There will be a 10-minute cooling down period after the contest. After that time, requests for interviews with Matador coaches and players will be coordinated by a representative from the Northridge Athletic Media Relations Office. Visiting Sports Information Directors will be responsible for their coach and player interviews. SCOUTS > NCAA rules will be strictly enforced. Scouts from opposing schools will be issued one press credential if space permits. Requests must be made at least four days in advance.

MEDIA OUTLETS Below is a list of many of the media outlets that cover Cal State Northridge Athletics. NEWSPAPERS > Los Angeles Daily News www.dailynews.com Antelope Valley News www.glendalenewspress.com Daily Sundial Sports www.sundial.csun.edu Glendale News Press www.glendalenewspress.com Los Angeles Times www.latimes.com Newhall Signal www.the-signal.com Orange County Register www.ocregister.com Ventura County Star www.venturacountrystar.com USA Today www.usatoday.com RADIO > KCSN (88.5 FM) KFWB (980 AM) www.kfwb.com KNX (1070 AM) www.knx1070.com Sporting News Radio (1540 AM) www.radio.sportingnews.com 710 ESPN Radio www.sports.espn.go.com/stations/710espn

MEDIA RELATIONS Geoff Herberg SOCCER SID 818-677-3243 geoffrey.herberg@csun.edu

Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Women’s Tennis IMPORTANT NUMBERS > Fax Baseball Press Box Basketball Press Box Softball Press Box Volleyball Press Box

818-677-4950 818-677-4292 818-677-4702 818-677-2988 818-677-4702

XTRA (570 AM) www.xtrasportsradio.com Bob Vazquez ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS 818-677-2313 cell: 510-673-9521 robert.vazquez@csun.edu Men’s Basketball, Women’s Water Polo Matt Monroe ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 818-677-3247 matthew.c.monroe@csun.edu Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Track & Field Kevin Strauss MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT 818-677-3247 Men’s Soccer, Baseball Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR 818-677-6634 braden.o.villanueva@csun.edu

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LOCAL TELEVISION > KCBS, Channel 2 KNBC, Channel 4 KTLA, Channel 5 KABC, Channel 7 KCAL, Channel 9 KTTV, Channel 11/KCOP, Channel 13 NATIONAL TELEVISION > ESPN SportsCenter Fox Sports/Fox Sports News WIRE SERVICES > Associated Press


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THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY Northridge Sports Medicine staff is charged with the responsibility of providing the highest quality medical care to the more than 400 student-athletes that participate in 20 intercollegiate athletic teams in the most efficient manner possible. This responsibility includes administering to the health and welfare of the student-athlete on a daily basis and measuring their readiness for athletic competition. In conjunction with the Addie Koltz Student Health Center, the sports medicine staff provides daily services in the prevention, immediate care and management of athletic injuries and illnesses. Thanks to a generous donation from the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center and its parent company, Tenet Foundation, it was possible for the 2,500 square-foot Athletic Training Center to be built. The Center opened in September, 2000, and almost quadrupled the size of the old facility. The Sports Medicine staff

includes the certified athletic trainers, athletic training students, team physicians and a wide variety of medial specialists. Director of Sports Medicine, Steven Grech, is joined by assistant athletic trainers Sarah Lyons, Erick Buitrago, Dunford Rodill and Brittany Beckwith. Northridge’s doctors include Orthopedists Dr. Domenick Sisto and Dr. Brett Leake, as well as sports medicine physicians Dr. Eric Sletten and Dr. James Ting. Aimie Kachingwe, PT and Ira Schneider, DC provide physical therapy and chiropractic services, respectively. The Athletic Training Center is located in Redwood Hall and features electronic therapeutic modalities, rehabilitation equipment, and a physician’s exam room. Redwood Hall also houses Northridge’s strength and conditioning room. Headed by coach Daniel Kohn, the strength and conditioning room contains a wide array of weightlifting and exercise equipment for all of the studentathlete’s needs. ■

Steven Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE

818-677-3237 steven.grech@csun.edu

Daniel Kohn STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

818-677-6359 daniel.kohn@csun.edu

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MEDIA INFORMATION // ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER & WEIGHT ROOM

ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER & WEIGHT ROOM


N NORTHRIDGE THIS IS CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY? California State University, Northridge exists to help students realize their educational goals. The University's first priority is to promote the welfare and intellectual progress of students. Part of the 23-campus California State University system, Cal State Northridge is the only public university located in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley (If incorporated, the area with 1.7 million residents would be the fifth largest city in the United States). Northridge celebrated its 40th anniversary in 199899, having educated more than 165,000 alumni. The main Northridge campus covers 356 acres and has about four million square feet of facilities, including about two dozen major buildings and more than 100 in total. Campus physical assets are valued at more than $613 million. The physical heart of the campus is the Oviatt Library with more than one million volumes. Cal State Northridge also operates a satellite campus in adjoining Ventura County. Cal State Northridge, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, is one of the largest higher education institutions in California and is the third-largest public university (2005 enrollment) in L.A. County after UCLA and Long Beach State. CSUN enrolls just over 33,000 students in Fall 2003, with about 1,900 faculty and a staff of nearly 2,100.

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE HISTORY In fall 1956, the San Fernando Valley campus of the Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences (later Cal State Los Angeles) was established on the present Northridge site. Soon after, the state Legislature passed Assembly Bill 971, which provided for the campus to separate from its parent college. On July 1, 1958, the founding date of the present university, the institution became San Fernando Valley State College, with about 3,300 students and 104 faculty. On June 1, 1972, the college was renamed California State University, Northridge, by action of the state Legislature and the Board of Trustees of the California State University.

NORTHRIDGE NOTABLES ➤ CSUN is headed toward becoming one of the most modern university campuses in the country. Six new buildings worth more than $70 million each with

state-of-the-art facilities have finished or are under construction, including new wings for the Oviatt Library and a new Arts, Media and Communication Building. Renovations have also just been completed to the University Student Union. ➤ Cal State Northridge has small average class sizes, ranging from about 29 for lecture sections and 19 for laboratory sections. In the recent student survey, small class size was one of the campus' features most appreciated by students, with 84 percent indicating satisfaction.

THE COLLEGES AT CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE Arts, Media and Communication Business Administration and Economics

Extended Learning Health and Human Development Humanities

Education

Science and Mathematics

Engineering and Computer Science

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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➤ Cal State Northridge ranked first among 529 master's level universities in its number of graduates who went on to earn Ph.Ds in the social sciences and psychology, according to a recent National Science Foundation report. The university also ranked second in mathematics and among the top dozen such campuses in biology, computer sciences, engineering and physical sciences. ➤ Northridge students have good things to say about their experience at the university. In a recent survey of Cal State Northridge students: 86 percent said they were satisfied with their overall experience at Cal State Northridge; 87 percent said they were satisfied with the overall quality of instruction; and about two-thirds said they would choose CSUN again as a university. ➤ Northridge has been a leader in involving its students in community service learning, where academic learning is merged with meaningful community work. The university launched a Center for Community Service Learning that has helped create more than 40 new courses since its inception in 1998. CSUN students have taught computer skills to pregnant and at-risk teens and helped establish an after school children's literature/literacy program.


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➤ Students at Cal State Northridge constitute a veritable United Nations, with enrollment coming from more than 70 foreign countries. The university consistently ranks in the top 25 for master's level universities based on the size of its foreign student population. Of the foreign students enrolled at Cal State Northridge in 2004-05 the most by country came from Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

LOCATION: Cal State Northridge is located in the northeast San Fernando Valley of suburban Los Angeles. FOUNDED: 1958 (as San Fernando Valley State College) Changed name to California State University, Northridge, on June 1, 1972. MASCOT & COLORS: Cal State Northridge's mascot is the Matador. The school colors are Red, Black and White. CAMPUS SIZE: 356 acres ENROLLMENT (Fall 2010): 35,272 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: 30,139 GRADUATE STUDENTS: 5,133

➤ Northridge is a university committed to using advanced technology to aid in the education process. Virtually all CSUN students have campusprovided e-mail accounts, as do most faculty and staff. The campus also has an inventory of more than 5,000 computers, including about 2,000 spread among 100 labs. The university also offers about two dozen online academic courses. ➤ Cal State Northridge, one of the first mainstream universities to accept deaf students in the 1960s, now hosts one of the largest deaf student populations among U.S. universities. Nearly 300 deaf and hard-of-hearing students receive sign language interpreting, real-time captioning and other special services each year through the university's renowned National Center on Deafness (NCOD). ➤ The Center on Disabilities at Northridge, specializing in technology and its impact on those with disabilities, annually hosts the Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, the largest event of its kind drawing thousands of participants from around the world. The center also operates one of the first and finest university computer access labs for students with disabilities. ➤ Northridge is a university where minority students are welcome and can excel. The U.S. Education Department ranked Cal State Northridge among the top 100 universities nationwide in graduating Hispanic students at the bachelor's and master's levels. The university also places highly in Black Issues in Higher Education rankings for degrees awarded. ➤ Eight Cal State Northridge faculty members have been awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for research and creative activity during the institution's history. Fiftyeight Northridge faculty, including 22 since 1980, have received Fulbright awards to conduct research or teach abroad. ■

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FACTS ➤ Cal State Northridge is the leading public university in California in preparing students to obtain teaching credentials. The university had 1,000 single or multiple subject teaching credential documents issued to students/graduates during 200405, more than any other Cal State or University of California campus, according to data from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.


N NORTHRIDGE THE NORTHRIDGE COMMUNITY THE AREA SURROUNDING California State University, Northridge offers a variety of recreational opportunities for students. Cal State Northridge, located in sunny Southern California, is a centrally located point to many of Los Angeles’ famous attractions. The Cal State Northridge campus is situated in Northridge, a suburb in the San Fernando Valley. The Valley is home to over 1.7 million people. Northridge itself is a warm community of approximately 90,000 people, located within Los Angeles County. The California coastline is beautiful up and down the state, especially the Southern California beaches. From Santa Monica to Malibu to

Flags Magic Mountain and Knotts Berry Farm. The television and movie production center of Hollywood is about 30 minutes south of Cal State Northridge; in fact, the campus itself has been used numerous times for location shots, including the recent film “Sky High” and television shows “Commander in Chief” and “Criminal Minds.” Famous studios like CBS, NBC and Universal have tours that show how television and movie productions are made. Getting tickets to see a filming of “American Idol,” or “The Tonight Show” would make a fun outing for anyone. For those who enjoy professional sports, Los Angeles is famous for its teams.

National League West, and the 2003 World Series Champion Anaheim Angels, members of the American League West. The famous New Year’s traditions, the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Rose Bowl football game, are both held in nearby Pasadena. Los Angeles is also wellknown for its theater. You'll find the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, which is home to the new Broadway show “The Producers.” Plays like “Cats,” “Les Miserables” and “Phantom of the Opera” have enjoyed long runs in Los Angeles, with more theater being produced in Los Angeles every year. The Cal State Northridge Theatre

Whether it’s sandy beaches, snowy slopes or just great entertainment, you’ll find it all within a short drive of the Cal State Northridge campus. What more could a college student want? Redondo and beyond, the beaches are miles and miles of sand, sun and surf. And, for those who enjoy the snow, several very good local ski areas are a short one- to twohour drive north of Cal State Northridge. What more could a college student want? Not only is CSUN close enough to beaches and ski areas for weekend getaways, but the cultural attractions in nearby Los Angeles are interesting and enlightening. There is The Music Center, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, The California Museum of Science and Industry, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Getty Center and a host of other attractions. For those who might happen to enjoy the thrills and fun of amusement parks, Northridge is a close drive to Disneyland, Six

STAPLES Center, which has a seating capacity of 21,000, is home to the 16-time World Champion Los Angeles Lakers and the L.A. Clippers of the National Basketball Association. It also hosts the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League, the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League and the two-time WNBA Champion Los Angeles Sparks. STAPLES Center is located 40 minutes south of campus, adjacent to the Los Angeles Convention Center in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Major League Baseball has Southern California representatives in both the National and American leagues, including the six-time World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, members of the

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Department also has close ties and works with professional drama troupes. For music lovers, the Los Angeles area is fortunate to feature live performances for every musical taste. Major concerts are held year-round at the Universal Amphitheatre, The Great Western Forum and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Evening summer concert series that feature Philharmonics and pop artists can be heard at The Hollywood Bowl, Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Pacific Amphitheater and the Greek Theater. All in all, Northridge and the Los Angeles area have a lot to offer anyone. From sporting events to roller coasters, from plays to museums, there’s always something exciting to do in Los Angeles. ■


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CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE, as the only public university in the San Fernando Valley region, each year graduates thousands of students who go on to very successful careers in a wide variety of disciplines. Many of the university's graduates also rise to the peak of their fields and become well known public figures. Below is a sampling of some of Northridge's prominent alumni.

ACTORS [ PAULA ABDUL ]

[ RICHARD DREYFUSS ]

[ RICHARD ALARCON ]

Lesley Boone, Richard Dreyfuss, Jenna Elfman, Robert Englund, Bob Eubanks, Teri Garr, Phil Hartman, Helen Hunt, Chris Kattan, Cheech Marin, Eva Mendes, Eve Plumb, Larry Wilcox and Debra Winger

SINGERS AND MUSICIANS

[ JENNA ELFMAN ]

[ DIRK GATES ]

[ SUE HERERA ]

Paula Abdul, Daryl Dragon (Captain & Tennille), Andy Summers (the Police), opera star Carol Vaness, songwriter Diane Warren and Tim Weisberg

MEDIA AND JOURNALISM

[ SCOTT HOROWITZ ]

[ HELEN HUNT ]

[ CHRIS KATTAN ]

➤ Frank del Olmo, Los Angeles Times Associate Editor ➤ Thom Ferro, Executive Vice President, Westwood One radio ➤ Bill Griffeth, Ron Insana and Sue Herera of CNBC cable ➤ Robert Hilburn, Los Angeles Times pop music critic ➤ Dennis McCarthy, Los Angeles Daily News columnist

ENTERTAINMENT EXECUTIVES, PRODUCERS, DIRECTORS

[ CHEECH MARIN ]

[ EVA MENDES ]

[ IRENE TOVAR ]

➤ Michael Bessolo, Senior V.P Marketing, Walt Disney Records ➤ Michael Grillo, Head of Features Productions, Dreamworks SKG ➤ Don Hahn, Executive Producer of “The Lion King” and other Disney animated features

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➤ Mark Lester, movie director ➤ Del Mayberry, Executive Vice President & CFO, Fox Networks Group

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS ➤ Richard Alarcon, California State Senator ➤ Linda Lingle, Governor of Hawaii ➤ Silverio Robledo, Former Mayor, City of San Fernando

EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES ➤ Yvonne Chan, charter school pioneer ➤ Irene Tovar, heads the largest housing and Head Start programs in Los Angeles; first Latina to be appointed to statewide position

CEOS, PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVES ➤ Stephen Bollenbach, CEO of Hilton Hotels ➤ Dirk Gates, President and CEO of Xircom ➤ Stanford Kurland, President and CEO of Countrywide Home Loans ➤ Larry Twersky, Founder of 1-800-DENTIST and President, Futuredontics ➤ Alex Yemenidjian, CEO of MGM Grand

ALUMNI IN SPACE… THE FINAL FRONTIER ➤ Scott Horowitz, NASA space shuttle astronaut ➤ John Stoltz, inventor of the transponder landing system ➤ Jeri Taylor, creator of “Star Trek Voyager”

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PROMINENT ALUMNI


N NORTHRIDGE A HISTORY OF SUCCESS MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

NCAA Division I, II

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 1984

Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stan Chamofsky Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bill Kernan Mike Batesole Mike Batesole

BASKETBALL > CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970-71 1971-72 1977-78 1978-79 1984-85 2000-01 2007-08 2008-09

Jerry Ball Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell

CROSS COUNTRY >

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tom Keefe Bob Burt

GOLF > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 1973 1974

Bill Cullum Bill Cullum Bill Cullum

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

Jim Bracken

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 TRACK & FIELD > Cliff Abel

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

1974 1975 1976 1984 1995 1996 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Bill Webb Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >> BASKETBALL > CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GYMNASTICS >

1998-99

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Frozena Jerro

1968 1969

CROSS COUNTRY > 1976 Barbara Swerkes

SOCCER >

GOLF >

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad

1996 2001

SOFTBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1983 1984 1985 1987

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

TENNIS >

NCAA Division I, II

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1975 Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson

FOOTBALL > 1983 1990

1975 1977 1978 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1973 1974 1975 1976

Terry Davila Terry Davila

SWIMMING & DIVING >

BASEBALL >

1965 1970 1971 1972 1973 1981 1990 1996 2002

2003 2005

2003 2004 GYMNASTICS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982

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1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1998 2010

SWIMMING & DIVING > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 1987 1988 1989

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 TENNIS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 Bonnie Murphy Bonnie Murphy

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Janet Sherman Janet Sherman Roni Sparrey

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 1984 1985 1986

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

Tony Davila Gary Victor

TRACK & FIELD > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

*1978 *1979 *1980

Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: INDOORS

1999 2007

Don Strametz Don Strametz

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOORS

1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

VOLLEYBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

*1980 1983 1987

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1980 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1996

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Dr. Lian Lu *Denotes AIAW National Titles

WATER POLO > 2009 Molly Barnes 2010 Marcello Leonardi


N ACADEMIC SUCCESS // HALL OF FAME

HALL OF FAME: A TRADITION OF SUCCESS MANY OUTSTANDING STUDENT-ATHLETES HAVE WORN the Matador colors of Red, White and Black since the Cal State University opened its doors in 1958. An elite list of 99 student-athletes have been inducted into the Cal State Northridge Athletic Hall of Fame. NAME BASEBALL > Lyman Bostock Henry “Hank” Clark Craig Clayton Terry Craven Paul Edmondson Marty Friedman Jeff Gilbert Perry Husband Adam Kennedy Bob LoPresti Douglas McKenzie Michael O’Hara Rondal Rollin Frank Slaton Jason Thompson 1970 National Championship Team

INDUCTED IN 1981 1988 1999 2010 1981 1985 1984 2004 2001 1983 1992 1993 1987 2001 1982 2009

MEN’S BASKETBALL > Pete Cassidy HEAD COACH Mark Cooley Jack Dyck Brian Heinle Cliff Higgins Jim Malkin Paul McCracken George Robnett

2004 1985 1992 2009 1990 1982 1983 1987

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Patricia De La Riva

2001

FENCING > Muriel Bower

1984

{ DICK ENBERG }

FOOTBALL > Dick Billingsley Sherdrick Bonner Marcus Brady Steve Duddy Jack Elway Patrick Hauser Doug Jones Mike Kane Bruce Lemmerman Joel Schaeffer Brian Wagner Mel Wilson 1967 Junior Rose Bowl Team

1983 1998 2009 1991 1995 1990 1982 1992 1981 2001 1993 1984 2010

MEN’S GOLF > Rex Caldwell Ben Graham Jeff Harrier Geoff Knowles Dan Pouliot Vic Wilk

1981 1990 1984 1999 1991 1990

WOMEN’S GOLF > Joyce Deese Benson

1984

MEN’S GYMNASTICS > Richard Grigsby Rusty Rock

1981 1983

MEN’S SOCCER > Marwan Ass’ad HEAD COACH Michael McAndrew Jose Perez

2008 1992 1993

SOFTBALL > Debbie Dickman-Crofts Barbara Jordan Stacy Lim Scia Maumausolo Michelle McAnany Beth Onestinghel-Woll Patricia Rouse-Becker Kathy (Kat Slaten-Ayala) Kathy Toerner Gary Torgeson HEAD COACH

2004 1995 1993 2001 1991 2009 2010 1992 1990 1994

MEN’S SWIMMING > Pete Accardy Herb Bishop Craig Dinkel Bruce Dodge Bob Gaona Michael Hamm Jeff Kubiak John Larson Jeff Thornton

1994 1987 1985 1985 1982 1986 2009 1981 1988

WOMEN’S SWIMMING > Michele Hampton Christa Lawrence Tracy McCluskey Rose Maggie Sundberg-Negron

1990 1992 1994 1987

MEN’S TENNIS > Tony Davila HEAD COACH Steve Messmer

2004 1982

{ BOB SAMUELSON } WOMEN’S TENNIS > Heidi Rose

1995

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Stephen Brodi Ed Chaidez Clarence Frazier Garrett Noel

1988 1983 1983 2010

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Darcy Arreola Lange Alice Brown Julie Brown Jacqueline Hansen Pam Spencer-Marquez Dr. Barbara Swerkes HEAD COACH

1998 1986 1981 1988 1985 2009

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Coley Kyman Bob Samuelson

2004 1994

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Angela Binton-Collins Rosemarie Finnigan Rahn Diana Hoffman Mary Perry Mary Jane Smith-Waldman

1993 2001 1981 1984 1986

SPECIAL INDUCTEES > Dr. Glenn Arnett Dr. Judy Brame Joe Buttitta Stephen Burnett Dr. Lester Cohn Dr. James Cleary Dr. Lennin Glass Dick Enberg Bob Hiegert Dorothea “Granny” Heitz Dr. Rhonda Hyatt Phillip Munroe Dr. Edmund Peckham Dr. E. Ann Stitt Virginia White Dale Williams Dr. Sam Winningham

1981 2001 1982 1988 1988 1991 1988 1981 1998 2010 1999 1986 1992 1990 1985 1986 1987

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