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table of contents 2009 BUCCANEER SOCCER TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Head Coach Eric Terrill/Assistant Coaches Christi Rostin & Jackie Stoll Student Coaches/Support Staff/Team Info 2009 Outlook 2009 Roster/Pronunciation Guide Buccaneer Veterans Buccaneer Newcomers Preseason Player Positions & Roster Breakdown This is ... Charleston Southern

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2008 Statistics/Game-by-Game Results 2009 Schedule/Season Leaderboard Individual Records/Career Records/Team Records Back Inside Cover Back Cover/Team Photo

Credits

Design, layout and content by Cedrique Flemming (Sports Information). Cover designs by Cedrique Flemming. Photography by CSU Sports Information and Tam Odom. Media guide printed at Electric City Printing. Special thanks to coach Eric Terrill and the Buccaneer soccer team for their cooperation.

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COACHES

BUCCANEER COACHES

Head Coach

Eric Terrill

ERIC TERRILL enters his 15th season as the head coach of the soccer program at Charleston Southern University. He currently holds a record of 105-136-14 in his time at CSU with a conference record of 38-47-13. In his 14 seasons, Terrill’s teams have finished in the top half of the conference nine times. He has coached 50 all-conference players, three freshmen of the year, one player of the year, 95 scholar-athletes, two Academic All-Americans, and four Big South Academic Athletes of the Year. Terrill has always been a strong recruiter with several All-Americans, region team players and state players of the year under his belt. In 2006, Terrill landed the No.1 recruiting class in the Big South, a class that was ranked 23rd in the East Region by Soccer Buzz Magazine. Terrill followed this in 2007 by landing the second-ranked recruiting class in the conference. This class included Michelle Dennis and Marky Boyce. Dennis won Big South Freshman of the Year honors, made the All-Freshman Team and was also named to the All-Conference Second Team. Boyce was named to the All-Freshman Team and the All-Conference First Team.

Terrill’s ‘07 squad tied the program record for most wins in a season (12) and most consecutive wins (6). He went into the ‘08 season with a strong recruiting class that included Anja Djumisic, who held her high school’s record for most goals in a career. Casey Bolduc held her high school’s record for goals in a season, transfer Amy Arroyo recorded seven shutouts at her previous school, and Olivia Urig twice won SC High School Player of the Year honors. Terrill has been coaching for 23 years. He spent his first six years as an assistant before earning his first head coaching job at Chowan College. There he directed both the men’s and women’s teams in 1993 and ‘94. He started the men’s and women’s programs from scratch at Chowan, and he led both programs to successful seasons before coming to CSU. Terrill served as assistant men’s and women’s coach at nationally ranked Lee’s McRae College from 1990-93 and as an assistant with the men’s program at Appalachian State from 1987-89. Besides his college coaching experience, Terrill has also been active in the soccer community as a club director and an instructor at several camps and clinics throughout the country. He currently serves as a South Carolina Olympic Development staff coach and has also been involved with Region III, Virginia ODP and Tennessee ODP. Terrill is a 1987 graduate of Michigan State University with a B.A. in physical education, and he earned his master of arts in education with a concentration in sports management from Appalachian State in 1989.

Assistant Coach

Christi Rostin

Christina Rostin will be entering her second season as the team’s assistant coach. Rostin had a very prolific four-year career while playing for Terrill and the Lady Bucs from 1997-00. Over the course of her four seasons, Rostin appeared in 62 games with 41 starts, and she amassed 19 goals and recorded 43 points in the process. Both her goal and point totals placed her in the top 10 on both CSU’s all-time scoring lists when she concluded her career. After finishing her eligibility, Rostin served as an assistant coach at CSU during the 2001 season while completing her bachelor’s degree in social science. The ‘01 season was one of the Lady Bucs’ most successful campaigns in program history, as Terrill’s team finished with a 4-1-1 conference record and earned second place in the Big South. Before returning to CSU, Rostin coached with the S.C. Olympic Development program and served as the head coach of various age levels at the Mt. Pleasant Soccer Club. She has also spent time as the soccer coordinator for the Mt. Pleasant Recreation Department. As the soccer coordinator, Rostin has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of one of the largest participatory soccer programs in the state, which sees 4,000+ participants take the field annually. Rostin also has been responsible for the creation of the Mt. Pleasant Developmental Program, a program designed to encourage soccer development amongst children ages 7-10 in Mt. Pleasant.

Goalkeeper Coach

Jackie Stoll

Jackie Stoll enters her second season as the Lady Buc goalkeeper coach after a dominant playing career at Coastal Carolina, where she holds several all-time season records for the Chanticleers. Stoll saw her playing time increase as she advanced into her tenure at Coastal Carolina, appearing in a total of 67 games. Stoll appeared in every game during her final two seasons (2005-06) and recorded 64 saves and 74 saves, respectively, allowing an average of only 1.43 and 1.58 goals per game during that period. Her save record in the 2004 and ‘05 seasons (82, 74) placed her in fourth and fifth place respectively in all-time single season saves, along with seventh and ninth places for her 64 saves in 2006 and 34 saves in 2003. Stoll also left CCU second, third and fifth in all-time single season shutouts. Stoll’s appearances in her final two seasons tied her for first in Coastal’s all-time record for matches played (20) and placed her alone at the top for matches started (20). She left CCU with the record for minutes played with 1,820 in 2006. Her 1,711 minutes in 2005 ranked third, her 1,626 minutes in ‘04 were fifth and her 527 minutes in ‘03 ranked ninth.

Stoll also spends time as a youth soccer coach/trainer for goalkeepers and field players in the Charleston area, working for Suarez Soccer School and James Island Soccer Club.

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S USUPPORT P P O R T S T A F F / STAFF TEAM INFO

Emma Mattsson

Alissa Schoblaski

Student Assistant Coach Student Assistant Coach Charleston Southern ‘09 Charleston Southern ‘10 First year at Charleston Southern First year at Charleston Southern Emma Mattsson enters her first season as a student Alissa Schoblaski is beginning her first year as a assistant soccer coach at Charleston Southern. Mattsson student assistant soccer coach at CSU. She will will graduate from CSU in December 2009 with a degree graduate in 2010 with a degree in math education in psychology and a minor in criminal justice. with a minor in psychology. Before taking her position as a student assistant, Mattsson spent four years playing forward for the Buccaneers and coach Terrill. She played in 76 career games at CSU, tallying 29 goals and 15 assists for 73 points. Her goals and assists are fourth-most in Buc history, while her point total ranks third all-time at CSU.

Cedrique Flemming

Before joining the coaching staff, Schoblaski spent four years playing both midfielder and defense for CSU. She played in 34 games during her career as a Buccaneer, recording two assists for two career points.

Erin Weaver

Sports Information Intern Athletic Trainer Kansas State ‘07 Valdosta State ‘05 First year at Charleston Southern Third year at Charleston Southern Cedrique Flemming is in his first year as a sports Erin Weaver joined the CSU Athletic Training staff information intern at Charleston Southern University, in 2007. The assistant athletic trainer is responsible serving as the soccer media relations contact. He is for the healthcare needs of the soccer, men’s and also the contact for women’s basketball, baseball and women’s track and field and cross country teams. women’s tennis. Erin earned her bachelor of science degree in A 2009 graduate of Bemidji (Minn.) State University, sports medicine/athletic training from Valdosta Flemming earned a master of science degree in sport State University and her master of arts degree studies. He also earned a bachelor of science degree in in physical education-sport and fitness from the journalism with a minor in business from Kansas State University of Central Florida. University in 2007. Prior to CSU, Weaver completed a graduate Before coming to CSU, Flemming was the graduate assistantship at UCF working with volleyball and assistant athletic media relations director at Bemidji football. Currently, she holds memberships in the State. He also spent time working for Sports Illustrated National Athletic Trainers’ Association and South in New York City, N.Y., Scout.com and the Kansas State Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. school newspaper, the K-State Collegian.

General Information Founded.........................................................................1964 Enrollment.....................................................................3,287 Nickname................................................... Lady Buccaneers School Colors................................................. Blue and Gold Field(Capacity)................................... Buccaneer Field(500) Affiliation...................................................NCAA Division I Conference.............................................................Big South President.............................................Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. V.P. for Student Affairs and Athletics......... Dr. Rick Brewer Athletic Director.................................................Hank Small Associate A.D./Marketing..................Cathryn Broderhausen Asst. A.D./Operations.................................... James Bradley Asst. A.D./Compliance............................... Mike Hammond Business Manager........................................ Crystal Boswell Academic Success/SWA................ Christie Faircloth-Dixon Athletic Department Telephone....................(843) 863-7678

Sports Information Sports Information Director.......................... Blake Freeland Office Phone..................................................(843) 863-7687 E-Mail Address.................................. bfreeland@csuniv.edu Women’s Soccer Contact.......................Cedrique Flemming Office Phone..................................................(843) 863-7688 E-Mail Address................................ cflemming@csuniv.edu SID Fax.........................................................(843) 863-7676 Website...................................................www.csusports.com Women’s Soccer Information Head Coach.......................................................... Eric Terrill Alma Mater (Year).............................Michigan State (1987) Record at CSU (Years)....................... 105-136-14 (14 years) Career Record (Years)........................ 114-142-24 (18 years) Women’s Soccer Office Phone......................(843) 863-7931 First Year of Women’s Soccer........................................1993 All-Time Record................................................. 127-153-27 2008 Overall Record..................................................... 9-6-4 2008 Big South Record/Finish................................4-2-3/4th Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................17/8

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OUTLOOK

Buccaneers 2009 Outlook T

he 2009 season for the Charleston Southern University women’s soccer team should prove to be a thrilling ride, as the Buccaneers are coming off the heels of a fourth-place finish in the Big South Conference last season and a second-place mark in ’07. CSU finished last year with a 9-6-4 overall record (4-2-3 Big South), and will be looking to hit the double-digit win plateau and make a run at the Big South Championship. Charleston Southern has been dominant at home over the last two seasons, posting a 12-1-3 mark in that span. The Bucs return three of the five players that recorded double-digit points in 2008. The leading scorer returning from last year is junior forward Michelle Dennis (pictured left). Dennis, a former Big South Freshman of the Year, tied for the team lead with eight goals and assisted on two goals for a total of 18 points, one behind the team lead. Versatile senior midfielder Sarah Catenacci (6g-5a=17p), and junior midfielder Caitlin Wesnesky (5g-3a=13p) also return following successful 2008 campaigns. Charleston Southern was selected by the coaches in the Big South to finish in third place this season. The team selected in the preseason to win the conference was Radford University, who received 86 total points and three first-place votes. The Highlanders narrowly edged out Coastal Carolina University (85 points, three first-place votes) for the top spot. CSU garnered 79 points and three first-place votes. High Point University (69 points) and Liberty University (56 points, one firstplace vote) rounded out the top five. Winthrop University (55), Virginia Military Institute (42) and University of North Carolina-Asheville (31) were also selected to qualify for the Big South Championships, which will be hosted by Charleston Southern and played at Blackbaud Stadium Nov. 5-8. The two teams picked to finish outside the top eight were Gardner-Webb University (27) and Presbyterian College (20). FORWARDS The fierce forwards are led by juniors Michelle Dennis and Marky Boyce, who both burst onto the scene as freshmen. Both were named to the All-Freshman Team, and Dennis was named the Freshman of the Year. She also earned Second-Team All-Conference honors, while Boyce was named to the First-Team. Dennis led the team with eight goals last season, and assisted on two goals for 18 points. Boyce played in all but one game in 2008 and tallied four points (one goal, two assists). Sophomore Anja Djumisic is expected to provide quality depth up top. She notched one assist in 12 games last year. “Obviously Michelle’s been an impact player for us the last two years, and we expect her to have another great season this year,” coach Eric Terrill said. “We’re moving Marky up front, and we expect her to do great things at the forward position. She had an unbelievable spring, so she’s ready for a big year. “Anja is one of the top players for us from a fitness standpoint, and we expect huge things out of her, too. We have a lot of attacking players that could see time up top, and we’re going to be very fluid about where we put players on the attack.” MIDFIELDERS The midfielders play a key role in the 3-5-2 formation (three defenders, five midfielders, two forwards) that is utilized by Charleston Southern. Three seniors headline the midfield for the Buccanneers in captain Lindsey Trexler, Sarah Catenacci (pictured right) and all-conference player Jen Vroman. These three will be called upon to use their experience and athleticism to lead this group of talented players. Trexler played all 19 games last season with 15 starts. She scored a goal and added four assists for six points. Catenacci returns after recording 17 points (six goals, five assists) in 2008. Vroman started every game last

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year, and she scored twice with four assists for eight points. Junior Caitlin Wesnesky earned Second-Team All-Conference honors last year, and will be a force this year. She started all 19 games in 2008, scoring five goals and adding three assists for 13 points. Other Buccaneers who will be battling for starting jobs and playing time are senior Alicyne Smith, junior Krista Ross, sophomore Olivia Urig, and freshmen Rebecca Hollstegge, Mary-Kate Dunphy and Morgann Wood. Smith and Ross played in a combined seven games last year, and Urig played in 14 games with seven starts. The other three are all new to the program. “Our biggest strength is probably in the midfield,” Terrill said. “We have a lot of talent in the midfield, starting with two of the most talented mids in the conference. Caitlin is a huge ball-winner, and Trexler is a phenomenal playmaker. “We have a lot of players who we expect to step in and make a difference for us, and we’re going to try and be fluid in the midfield. Olivia, Rebecca and Morgann all came in and have made huge strides during preseason, and we expect them all to compete for starting positions. They all have excellent athleticism and incredible work rates.” DEFENDERS Charleston Southern will have a loaded backline as the team returns four talented and experienced players. Junior captain Emily Danchak and fellow juniors Kelsey Riggs and Staci Ulichnie will all compete for playing time. Danchak started 15 games a season ago, and she recorded an assist. Riggs and Ulichnie combined to start seven games, and were very valuable when they were on the field. Sophomore Casey Bolduc stepped into a starting role during her rookie campaign, as she played in all but one game with 14 starts. She scored once and added two assists for four points, earning a spot on the Big South All-Freshman Team. Sophomore Andrea Williams transferred from Western Carolina University and will vie for playing time. Freshman Madison Forsyth will be a huge asset in the 2010 season, but she will be redshirting this upcoming year due to an ACL injury that she suffered her final year of high school. “Defensively, we have a good core coming back from last year,” Terrill said. “They have all worked really hard in the spring, and we’re really excited about what they can do. We have Casey coming back, and Emily’s been a consistent starter for us the last two years. Staci jumped in and showed what she could do late last year, and she really made a big impact for us in the spring. The same thing goes for Kelsey Riggs – we’re really looking for them all to step up and show everyone what they can do this year.” GOALKEEPERS The Buccaneers are strong at goalkeeper for 2009, sporting two keepers with extensive starting experience in senior Jena Lalich and junior captain Alyssa Budros. Budros played extremely well in her first season as the feature goalkeeper. She played 14 games and finished 2008 with a 7-3-4 record and a 1.17 goals against average. She was dominant in Big South action, posting a 4-1-3 mark with two shutouts. Lalich started in every conference game in 2007, and last year she started four games, posting a 2-2-0 record with one shutout. Redshirt sophomore Amy Arroyo started in one game last season and will provide quality depth in net for CSU. “We have two keepers who have great starting experience, which will be crucial for us this season,” Terrill said. “Budros has been extremely dominant both fitness-wise and with goalkeeper testing during the preseason. Our other two keepers are really talented as well, and I expect them to challenge one another throughout the season.”

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Buccaneer 2009 Roster

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Jena Lalich Amy Arroyo Rebecca Hollstegge Madison Forsyth Michelle Dennis Sarah Catenacci Olivia Urig Jen Vroman Marky Boyce Alicyne Smith Andrea Williams Lindsey Trexler (C) Mary-Kate Dunphy Emily Danchak (C) Krista Ross Morgann Wood Kelsey Riggs Caitlin Wesnesky Anja Djumisic Staci Ulichnie Casey Bolduc Alyssa Budros (C)

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Goalkepper Coach: Student Assistants:

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Hometown / Previous School

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

Mt. Dora, Fla. / Winter Park HS Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park HS (George Mason) Detroit, Mich. / Eisenhower HS Macomb Township, Mich. / Henry Ford 2 HS Ann Arbor, Mich. / Pioneer HS Mt. Pleasant, S.C. / Wando HS Mt. Pleasant, S.C. / Wando HS Piscataway, N.J. / Piscataway HS Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge HS Wake Forest, N.C. / Midland Valley HS Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge HS (Western Carolina) Asheville, N.C. / TC Roberson HS Wareham, Mass. / Wareham HS Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge HS Mt. Pleasant, S.C. / Wando HS Kentwood, Mich. / East Kentwood HS James Island, S.C. / James Island HS Piscataway, N.J. / Piscataway HS Atlanta, Ga. / Lakeside HS James Island, S.C. / James Island HS Spartanburg, S.C. / Oakbrook Prep Traverse City, Mich. / Central HS

Eric Terrill (Michigan State, ‘87) / 105-136-14 15th year Christi Rostin (Charleston Southern, ‘01) Second year Jackie Stoll (Coastal Carolina, ‘07) Second year Emma Mattsson (Charleston Southern, ‘09) First year Alissa Schoblaski (Charleston Southern, ‘10) First year

Buccaneer Pronunciation Guide PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Alicyne Smith Jena Lalich Jen Vroman Amy Arroyo Casey Bolduc Sarah Catenacci Alyssa Budros

Allison Smith LAW- lich VROE-muhn Uh-ROY-yo BOWL-duck Cat-in-at-chee BOO-dro-s

Alissa Schoblaski Anja Djumisic Emily Danchak Olivia Urig Staci Ulichnie Rebecca Hollstegge Madison Forsyth

Shuh-blas-key AWN-ya jew-MISS-ick DAN-chak yur-ig you-LICH-knee HOLE-steg-ee FOUR-seyeth

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JENA LALICH

Career Stats Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

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Sr., GK, 5-5

Mt. Dora, Fla.

2008: Appeared in four games with four starts as backup goalkeeper…tallied a season high five saves in CSU’s shutout against The Citadel Sept. 1…recorded three games with multiple saves for a .667 percentage on the season ... 2007: Started and appeared in 15 games, including all seven Big South games...posted a 9-5-1 overall record, 1.69 goals against average and had a save percentage of .755...recorded shutouts in 1-0 CSU wins over both Wofford (Sept. 21) and (thanks to some goaltending acrobatics) UNC Asheville (Oct. 20)...ranked first in the Big South in saves in conference play (41) and second in overall saves (77) ... 2006: Shared starting goalkeeping duties…started seven times for the Bucs including a win over USC-Aiken and in draws against local rivals The Citadel and the College of Charleston…led the team in goals against average (1.85) and made 45 saves … High School: Three-year starter, was named all-conference and won the All-Metro Conference Award...helped lead her team to a Region III League Championship...named to the Florida ODP team in 2003 and was a four-year member of ODP ... Personal: Born Nov. 30, 1987...daughter of Teri and Victor Uvalle...enrolled in CSU’s premedicine program...biology major with an English minor. G

9 15 4 28

Min

729:57 1334:25 360:00 2423:82

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho 15 25 6 46

1.85 1.69 1.50 1.71

45 77 12 134

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1-2-2 9-5-1 2-2-0 12-9-3

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Career Stats vs Big South Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

SARAH CATENACCI

G

4 7 1 12

Min

315:00 630:00 90:00 1035:00

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho 10 12 2 24

2.86 1.71 2.00 2.09

Sr., M, 5-8

29 41 1 71

.744 .774 .333 .747

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

0 1 0 1

Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

2008: Appeared in all 19 games for the Bucs, starting in 13…instrumental offensive force, ranking in top three of three offensive categories for the Bucs…scored two game-winning goals, the first coming against Georgia Southern Sept. 7, and the next against Longwood Oct. 6…ranked third on the team in shots with 44, second in shots on goal with 20 and tied for first in assists with five on the season…tallied a season high six shots, four on goal, Oct. 4 at VMI…ranked fourth on the team with 17 points, two behind first place ... 2007: Dynamic offensive player who was featured in both the midfield and at forward throughout the season...started all 19 games for CSU...led the squad in shots (72)...ranked second in the Big South in shots and shots per game...had six goals and two assists on the year...scored both CSU goals and fired a season-high eight shots in Lady Bucs’ 2-0 win over S.C. State Oct. 16 ... 2006: Started 17 games en route to a unanimous selection to Big South All-Freshman Team…led the team in points (16), shots (46) and shots on goal (26) and tied for team lead with six goals…scored game-winning goals versus Howard, USC-Aiken and VMI...scored goals in a four-consecutive-game stretch in October … High School: Was the second-leading scorer as a freshman and sophomore...led the team in scoring and assists as a junior...named to the All-Region team in 2004 and was an All-State selection in ‘05 and ‘06...won the Warrior Award in 2004...helped lead her team to a state championship...club team was the state champions in 2001 and ‘05 ... Personal: Born March 5, 1988...daughter of Glen and Maureen Catenacci…majoring in kinesiology.

Career Stats Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

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G

17 19 19 55

G-A Pts Sh 6-4 6-2 6-5 18-11

16 14 17 47

47 72 44 163

SOG GW PK-ATT 27 29 20 76

3 1 2 6

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

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

G

7 7 9 23

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 3-1 1-1 1-3 5-5

7 3 5 15

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6 8 9 23

1 0 0 1

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JEN VROMAN

Sr., M, 5-3

Piscataway, N.J.

2008: One of three Bucs to start in all 19 contests...tallied a season high five shots Sept. 14 at Wagner on her way to 39 shots on the season…recorded 16 shots on goal…season high two assists Sept. 7 at Georgia Southern...had nine games with multiple shots and four games with multiple shots on goal ... 2007: Had an exceptional season as a distributor while playing as a winger for Eric Terrill’s squad...recorded nine assists on the year, the fourth highest single-season assist total in CSU program history...her nine assists also tied for the Big South lead... raised her game in Big South games, as her seven assists in conference play were the most in the conference... assisted on both goals in CSU’s 2-1 victory at regular season champion Coastal Carolina Oct. 24...scored the game-winning goal and collected two assists en route to a four-point afternoon against Liberty Sept. 28...started all 19 games for CSU...named Big South Player of the Week Oct. 30 ... At Rider: Named to Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) All-Rookie team in her only year with the Broncs…played in 20 games, starting 17…had two goals and five assists … High School: Won Home News and Star Ledger Player of the Year honors while playing for Piscataway HS in 2005…earned all-state honors three years and all-conference honors all four years…played key role in Piscataway HS 2002 Greater Middlesex Conference Championship and state semifinal run…played basketball for three seasons … Personal: Born April 20, 1987...daughter of Hilda and Bill Vroman…majoring in elementary education with hopes of being a teacher and a coach.

Career Stats Year

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2007 2008 Career

G

19 19 38

G-A Pts Sh 1-9 2-4 3-13

11 8 19

16 39 55

SOG GW PK-ATT 9 16 25

1 0 1

0-1 0-0 0-1

ALICYNE SMITH

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

G

7 9 16

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 1-7 1-1 2-8

9 3 12

6 14 20

4 7 11

Sr., M, 5-3

1 0 1

0-0 0-0 0-0

Wake Forest, N.C.

2008: Appeared in three games for the Bucs as a dual athlete…tallied two shots, both of which were on goal…tallied shots against Wagner College Sept. 14 and South Carolina State Sept. 30 … High School: Earned All-State Soccer Team honors sophomore and junior years...senior year she earned the Sportsmanship Award and Most Outstanding Female Athlete for her high school ... Personal: Smith says her greatest sports moment was scoring a game-winning goal against rival high school...majoring in physical education and hopes to work with a professional team for a career...Smith’s favorite thing about CSU is the people and Christian environment...her father wrestled at Chattanooga State. Career Stats Career Stats vs Big South Year

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2008 Career

G 3 3

G-A Pts Sh 0-0 0-0

0 0

2 2

SOG GW PK-ATT 2 2

0 0

0-0 0-0

Year

2008 Career

LINDSEY TREXLER

G 0 0

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

R-Sr., M, 5-3

0-0 0-0

Asheville, N.C.

2008: Appeared in all 19 games for the Bucs with 15 starts…tallied her sole goal in CSU’s shutout of Liberty Sept. 27…tallied a season high six shots against South Carolina State Sept. 30, four of which were on goal...tallied six games with multiple shots on goal…totaled 32 shots, 19 on goal, with four assists...finished the season with a .594 shots on goal percentage ... 2007: Redshirted the season due to injury ... 2006: Earned Second Team All-Big South recognition and the team MVP award for her performance…started every game for the second-consecutive season...tallied a goal in six different games, with each goal representing CSU’s first of that particular game… scored the Bucs’ opening goal of the season in a 5-1 win over Howard … 2005: Played and started in every game as a true freshman...scored three goals and led the team with five assists...took 21 shots ... High School: Was the team captain senior year...was named to the All-Region and Asheville Citizen Times All-Area teams in 2004... scored 63 goals and had 71 assists...named to the 2004 West Team in the N.C. State Games...named first team All-State...was the conference player of the year as well as the Western N.C. Player of the Year ... Personal: Born April 15, 1987...daughter of Mark and Betty Trexler...majoring in biology.

Career Stats Year

2005 2006 2007 2008 Career

G

20 18 0 19 57

G-A Pts Sh 3-5 6-2 0-0 1-4 10-11

11 14 0 6 31

21 37 0 32 90

SOG GW PK-ATT 12 21 0 19 52

0 0 0 0 0

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

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2005 2006 2007 2008 Career

G

8 8 0 9 25

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 3-3

3 3 0 3 9

9 20 0 11 40

1 9 0 6 16

0 0 0 0 0

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MICHELLE DENNIS

Jr., F, 5-8

Ann Arbor, Mich.

2008: Appeared in all 19 games, starting in three for the Bucs…scored eight goals, including two game-winners against Francis Marion Aug. 22 and High Point Oct. 11…took a season high four shots against Francis Marion... tallied two assists against The Citadel Sept. 1…tied for the team lead with eight goals…named Big South Player of the Week Aug. 26...finished first on the team with a .348 shot percentage ... 2007: Had one of the most prolific offensive seasons by a freshman in CSU program history en route to winning Big South Freshman of the Year honors...received Second Team All-Conference honors...led team in goals (11) and points (26) on the season... ranked third in the Big South in both categories...11 goals and 26 points also ranked as third-highest single-season goal and point totals in CSU program history...had two multi-goal games, including a two-goal performance in her first career regular season game against Newberry Sept. 4 ... High School: Helped earn district trophy for Pioneer HS, where she won the team’s MVP award…team excelled during her four years, including a 14-1-3 mark one season… scored 18 goals in a single season…greatest sports moment was scoring three hat tricks in a row…participated in women’s track and field program, where she ran the 4 x 200 relay, the 200 meters, and long-jumped … Personal: Born Feb. 13, 1989…daughter of Marcellus Dennis and Lovida Whatley…enjoys the connectedness of the soccer team, the people and the Christian affiliation of CSU…majoring in business…favorite class is mathematics...younger sister Mikki plays soccer at Michigan State University.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

10

G

19 19 38

11-4 8-2 19-6

26 18 44

61 23 84

SOG GW PK-ATT 36 15 51

2 2 4

0-0 0-0 0-0

MARKY BOYCE

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

G

7 9 16

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 4-1 2-0 6-1

9 4 13

18 10 28

10 5 15

Jr., F, 5-9

0 1 1

0-0 0-0 0-0

Woodbridge, Va.

2008: Appeared in 18 games for the Bucs, starting in seven…took a season-high eight shots with three on goal Oct. 6 against Longwood…totaled 20 shots on the season and nine shots on goal…finished the season with four points and two assists…recorded a .450 shots on goal percentage…recorded multiple shots in three games … 2007: Offensive-minded midfielder who had an exceptional first season in blue & gold...tied for second on the squad and fourth in the Big South in both goals (10) and points (24)...these totals and overall performance in midfield earned her a selection to both the Big South All-Conference First Team and All-Freshman Team...scored goals in five of her last six games, including CSU’s only goal in the team’s conference tournament game against UNC-Asheville...scored game-winning goals against Wofford Sept. 21, Presbyterian Oct. 13 and VMI Nov. 3... played in all 19 games with 18 starts...named Big South Player of the Week Nov. 5 ... High School: Won the Super Y national championship with her club team, the Northern Virginia Majestics…key force behind unblemished 19-0-1 Woodbridge HS team which qualified for state quarterfinals and won regional district championships senior year…scored 20 goals and had 42 assists in last two seasons at Woodbridge…earned All-Metropolitan Player and All-Extra Player of the Year honors…member of Virginia ODP team … Personal: Born March 1, 1989…daughter of Judith Boyce…favorite thing about CSU is the friendly environment…interested in communications.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

10

G-A Pts Sh

G

19 18 37

G-A Pts Sh 10-4 1-2 11-6

24 4 28

49 20 69

SOG GW PK-ATT 24 9 33

3 0 3

0-0 0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

G

7 9 16

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 3-1 0-1 3-2

7 1 8

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19 6 25

8 1 9

1 0 1

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EMILY DANCHAK

Jr., D, 5-5

Woodbridge, Va.

2008: Appeared in 17 games with 15 starts…major defensive presence for the Bucs...recorded one shot and one assist on the season…shot came Oct. 4 against VMI…tallied first-career assist and point Oct. 6 against Longwood … 2007: Stepped right into a starting fullback position in her first season at CSU and played in every minute of each game that the Lady Bucs contested...was the only Buccaneer to play in every minute...key force behind CSU’s four shutouts on the season and overall defensive improvement...nominated for Big South All-Freshman Team honors ... High School: Major contributor to Woodbridge HS undefeated regular season and advancement to state quarterfinals senior year…won all-district and all-region championships senior year…had 58 assists in her four years at Woodbridge…twice earned all-district laurels and once earned all-region honors…member of Virginia ODP team…participated in swimming program at Woodbridge and took part in regionals … Personal: Born Aug. 24, 1989...daughter of Richard and Alexis Danchak…high school teammate of fellow Lady Buc Marky Boyce…majoring in business…has a sister who was on swimming team at James Madison University.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

17

G

19 17 36

G-A Pts Sh 0-0 0-1 0-1

0 1 1

2 1 3

SOG GW PK-ATT 1 0 1

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

G

2007 2008 Career

KRISTA ROSS

7 7 14

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

0 1 1

0 0 0

Jr., M, 5-7

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

2008: Saw action in four games as a sophomore…appeared in three of CSU’s four shutout games on the season … 2007: Appeared in eight games as a reserve in her freshman campaign...combined with Jen Vroman to create a well-worked set piece that led to a Marky Boyce goal against Furman Sept. 23...had two shots (including one on net) and played a season-high 25 minutes against Howard Oct. 18 ... High School: Won S.C. State Championship with Wando HS senior year…selected to all-state team by S.C. Sports Writers Association…voted to SCSoccer. com’s “Super 22” squad and to “Clash of Carolinas” All-Star Game … Personal: Daughter of Michael and Kelli Ross…chose CSU due to its closeness to her home and her love for the players on the team…greatest sports accomplishment was winning states…majoring in business.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

20

G

8 4 12

G-A Pts Sh 0-1 0-0 0-1

1 0 1

3 0 3

SOG GW PK-ATT 1 0 1

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

KELSEY RIGGS

G 1 1 2

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

Jr., D, 5-8

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

James Island, S.C.

2008: Saw action in 10 games with three starts...played in all four of CSU’s shutouts, starting in two of the games against The Citadel (Sept. 1) and S.C. State (Sept. 30)...showed steady progression throughout the year, and solidified her spot as a starter on the backline ... 2007: Versatile player who was used off the bench in both attacking and defending roles...appeared in 12 games on the year...played a season-high 46 minutes in CSU’s 1-0 shutout of Wofford Sept. 21...assisted on final goal of CSU’s 4-1 victory over USC Upstate Sept. 14 with a cross to Michelle Dennis ... High School: Served as two-year varsity co-captain at James Island HS with fellow Buc Staci Ulichnie… earned 2006 Varsity Trojan Award and ‘07 Defender of the Year honors…2007 Senior North/South team selection… cheerleader at James Island where she served as the JV cheerleading captain in 2005 and the varsity captain in ‘07...2006 Governor’s School nominee who graduated in the top sixth percentile of her class … Personal: Born Nov. 20, 1988...daughter of Bryan and Pam Riggs…majoring in communication with the goal of becoming a news anchor…chose CSU for its facilities and closeness to home.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

G

12 10 22

G-A Pts Sh 0-1 0-0 0-1

1 0 1

0 0 0

SOG GW PK-ATT 0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

G 1 3 4

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

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0-0 0-0 0-0

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CAITLIN WESNESKY

Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

23

G

0 5 19 24

G-A Pts Sh 0-0 0-0 5-3 5-3

0 0 13 13

0 12 45 57

SOG GW PK-ATT 0 2 19 21

0 0 1 1

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

STACI ULICHNIE

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2006 2007 2008 Career

G

0 3 9 12

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 3-3 3-3

0 0 9 9

0 6 23 29

0 1 12 13

Jr., D, 5-3

0 0 1 1

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

James Island, S.C.

2008: Strong reserve player on the back line for the Bucs, appearing in 11 games...started four consecutive games in conference play…CSU posted an unbeaten 2-0-2 mark in Ulichnie’s four starts...tallied one shot against Wagner College Sept. 14. … 2007: Displayed potential as an attacking player and proved to be a valuable reserve off the bench...played in 15 games on the season...accurate shooter, as four of her five shots on the year were on net, many of which were quality scoring chances...played 44 minutes in CSU’s 4-0 win over Howard Oct. 18 and played a season-high 47 minutes against Longwood Oct. 29 ... High School: Two-year varsity co-captain at James Island HS…won region championship freshman, sophomore and junior years…earned all-region honors and James Island HS Defender of the Year 2005-07…three-time S.C. ODP selection…2005 and ‘06 Viking Cup All-Tournament player…2007 Senior North/South team selection...graduated ninth in her senior class and was a member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Born April 15, 1989...daughter of Lester and Terri Ulichnie…father played football at Newberry…majoring in secondary education with hopes of teaching high school history and coaching soccer. Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

12

Piscataway, N.J.

2008: Started in all 19 contests, finishing fifth on the team in goals (5), assists (3) and points (13)...dominant ball handler…tallied a season high six shots against Radford Oct. 18, with six on goal…notched a gametying goal against High Point in the 89th minute of play to send the game into overtime, which the Bucs went on to win in double overtime…was second on team in shots with a total of 45…named to the SecondTeam All-Conference...notched the game-winner against Liberty (9/27) ... 2007: Appeared in CSU’s final five games of the season after missing action due to injury...started and played the entire game in CSU’s final three games of the season after appearing as a reserve in her first two games...recorded five shots in CSU’s Big South Tournament game against UNC Asheville ... 2006: Red-shirted the season … High School: Named the athlete of the week twice at Piscataway HS...named all-county and all-state in 2004 and ‘05... named one of the top 20 players in N.J....played softball and basketball, earning McDonald’s All-American status...named the N.J. High School Player of the Year ... Personal: Born July 29, 1988...daughter of Anthony and Sandra Wesnesky...majoring in physical education. Career Stats

R-Jr., M, 5-10

G

15 11 26

G-A Pts Sh 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

5 1 6

SOG GW PK-ATT 4 1 5

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

G

5 7 12

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

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0 0 0

1 0 1

1 0 1

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0


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ALYSSA BUDROS

Jr., GK, 5-7

Traverse City, Mich.

2008: Became the starting keeper for the Bucs after coming off the bench in her freshman season...saw the most time in net for the Bucs, playing 1311:48 in 14 games…played more than 90 minutes in three games…recorded a season-high eight saves against Liberty Sept. 27…recorded five or more saves in five games and finished with 52 saves on the year…recorded shutouts against Liberty, South Carolina State and UNC-Asheville…maintained a .754 save percentage...named women’s soccer sportsmanship award winner … 2007: Was awarded with team sportsmanship award...appeared in five games, including four starts...recorded a 3-1 record and a 1.33 goals against average...recorded back-to-back shutouts against S.C. State (Oct. 16) and Howard (Oct. 18)...started and earned win in career debut against Newberry Sept. 4 ... High School: Led Traverse City Central HS to undefeated regular season senior year…allowed just four goals all regular season senior year, the lowest total in the area by a seven-goal margin…All-Region Soccer Dream Team and First Team All-Conference selection…earned HS Soccer “La Grinta” and leadership awards…ran cross country for three years and earned award for most improved runner...earned National Honor Society Scholarship and Joe Brisson Scholarship…four-year academic letterwinner … Personal: Born May 25, 1989...daughter of Ron and Barbara Budros…majoring in education…chose the school because of the players on the soccer team.

Career Stats Year

2007 2008 Career

1

G

5 14 19

1.33 1.17 1.21

12 52 64

.667 3-1-0 .754 7-3-4 .736 10-4-4

1 3 4

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

AMY ARROYO

G 0 8 8

Min

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho

0 792:25 792:25

0 6 6

0 0.68 0.68

0 36 36

0 0 .857 4-1-3 .857 4-1-3

R-So., GK, 5-5

0 2 2

Manassas, Va.

2008: Appeared in two games with one start as a redshirt freshman for the Bucs…tallied a season-high five saves Sept. 14 against Wagner College…tallied eight saves on the season…played her first complete collegiate game against USC Upstate Aug. 25 … High School/Club: Played four years of varsity soccer and four years of varsity basketball at Osbourn Park High School...named first-team all-district as a junior and second-team all-district as a senior, sophomore and freshman...earned the Coach’s Award sophomore year...played club soccer for five years and was on the U-17 and U-20 Super Y-League Majestics...was an Athlete-Academic achiever and a member of the Key Club, Deca and FBLA ... Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1988...daughter of Sandra and Jorge Arroyo...recruited by University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Christopher Newport and Lincoln University. Year

2007 2008 Career

8

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho

405:00 6 1311:48 17 1716:48 23

Career Stats

Min

G 0 2 2

Min

0 135:00 135:00

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho 0 4 4

0 2.67 2.67

0 8 8

0 0 .667 0-1-0 .667 0-1-0

0 0 0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2007 2008 Career

OLIVIA URIG

G 0 0 0

Min

GA GAA Sv Pct Record Sho

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

So., M, 5-7

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

2008: Appeared in 14 games with seven starts as a true freshman…accurate shooter who tallied a total of 10 shots, with five on goal…good at finding scoring opportunities as she tallied multiple shots in four games with two shots on goal against Winthrop Oct. 20 … High School: Came to CSU from Wando HS, where she was selected as the 2007 and ‘08 South Carolina 4A State Player of the Year...named team captain as a junior, helping lead her team to a 24-2-2 record and the 2007 4A State Championship...scored the lone goal against Lexington in the state finals... made it back-to-back championships by winning it again in 2008...played for the Carolina Elite Soccer Academy club team, winning two state championships with the Greenville-based club...also played with the Mt. Pleasant Soccer Club ... Personal: Born March 7, 1989...daughter of Mary Ellen and Bryon Urig...majoring in nursing and Spanish.

Career Stats Year

2008 Career

G

14 14

G-A Pts Sh 0-0 0-0

0 0

10 10

SOG GW PK-ATT 5 5

0 0

0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2008 Career

G 6 6

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

0 0

5 5

3 3

0 0

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0-0 0-0

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ANJA DJUMISIC

Atlanta, Ga.

2008: Appeared in 12 games as a true freshman for the Buccaneers…tallied a total of 10 shots, and 8 shots on goal, for a .800 shots on goal percentage…her first career assist came Sept. 30 in CSU’s shutout of South Carolina State…took a season high four shots against Wagner College Sept. 14… tallied a season high three shots on goal on two occasions against both Wagner and South Carolina State ... High School: Had 52 goals and 15 assists at Lakeside HS going into her senior year...named the MVP for the forwards one year and MVP for the midfielders the previous year...earned the Coach’s Award and overall team MVP...left school with the school record for most goals scored...also a twoyear member of the basketball team ... Personal: Born July 25,1989, in Sarajevo, Bosnia...daughter of Alma and Alija Djumisic...father Alija played professional soccer in Bosnia before moving to the United States...majoring in biology. Career Stats Year

2008 Career

24

So., F, 5-5

G

12 12

G-A Pts Sh 0-1 0-1

1 1

10 10

SOG GW PK-ATT 8 8

0 0

0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2008 Career

CASEY BOLDUC

G 4 4

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

0 0

1 1

1 1

So., D, 5-7

0 0

0-0 0-0

Spartanburg, S.C.

2008: Made transition to collegiate play very smoothly…saw the most playing time of any freshman on the squad…appeared in 18 games, starting 14…scored one goal on a season high two shots Aug. 22 against Francis Marion…took six shots on the season, three on goal…tallied two assists and recorded four points on the season…was named to the All-Conference Freshman Team ... High School: Played at Oakbrook Prep School, and she left with the school record for single-season goals...named the conference player of the year and all-conference...was the first female athlete from Oakbrook to sign with a Division I school...earned Carolina Football Club MVP honors, and was a member of the South Carolina ODP team, playing for CSU coach Eric Terrill in 2004 and ‘06 ... Personal: Born Oct. 17, 1989... daughter of James and Vickie Bolduc...father James played soccer and ran track for Baptist College... majoring in physical education. Career Stats Year

2008 Career

14

G

18 18

G-A Pts Sh 1-2 1-2

4 4

6 6

SOG GW PK-ATT 3 3

0 0

0-0 0-0

Career Stats vs Big South Year

2008 Career

G 9 9

G-A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

0 0

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0 0

0 0

0-0 0-0


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ANDREA WILLIAMS

So., D, 5-7

Woodbridge, Va.

Previous School: Transfer from Western Carolina University...redshirted the 2008 season...Williams made 10 appearances as a freshman for WCU in 2007 ... High School: Williams’ senior year of high school included being voted to First Team All-Districts, First Team All-Area, a district and regional championship and being voted the 2007 high school MVP...Williams was a member of the Super Y League in 2006 after being a member of the U19 Super Y League team that won the ‘05 national championship...was in the Virginia ODP District Pool in 2005 and from ‘05-’07 she participated in the Super Y League ODP National Camp...played six years in the WAGS Division-I ... Personal: Born Jan. 21, 1989...daughter of Jodene Williams...majoring in biology. Coach Terrill’s thoughts on Williams - “Andrea already has a year under her belt here, and she

played with Emily (Danchak) and Marky (Boyce) in high school, so she’s really comfortable in our system. She was pretty highly recruited out of high school. After her year at WCU, she was looking for a different situation and with Marky and Emily already here, it just made sense for her. She should step in and make an impact for us in the back or at center mid.”

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REBECCA HOLLSTEGGE

Fr., M, 5-4

Detroit, Mich.

High School: High school team was a state semi-finalist senior year...led the team in scoring and was voted team MVP in 2007...played volleyball freshman year and was named freshman captain, voted MVP and led the team in scoring...outside of her high school play, Hollstegge played competitive club soccer...in 2007 she recorded 11 goals and 21 assists to help lead her team as the undefeated league champions...notched 12 goals and 20 assists during the 2008 campaign ... Personal: Born June 20, 1991...daughter of Karen and Dan Hollstegge...major undecided...career goal is to be a teacher. Coach Terrill’s thoughts on Hollstegge - “Rebecca played at one of the best club teams in Michigan that went undefeated in league play her junior year and lost in the state championship last year. She brings with her a winning mentallity and a successful background that has given her a great overall winning pedigree. Rebecca is a very technical, very hard-working player. She is extremely aggressive and has a great attitude that she will display on the field. She is a center mid, but I also hope that she will be able to make an impact for us on the outside.”

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MADISON FORSYTH

Fr., D, 5-3 Macomb Township, Mich.

High School: Three-year starter on varsity team...named team captain both junior and senior years and voted Best Defensive Player junior year...named to the All-District Team her junior year and helped lead team to the district finals in 2008...Forsyth’s club team acquired many accolades during her tenure, including Michigan State Cup Quarterfinalist, Orange Classic Champion and 2007 Veterans Invitational Champions...was Vardar Nike Cup Champion and was a two-year captain for the Vardar Club team ... Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1991...daughter of Randy and Michelle Forsyth... majoring in nursing. Coach Terrill’s thoughts on Forsyth - “Madison played on the same club team as Rebecca, so she

has that same winning pedigree. She was one of the better center backs coming out of Michigan, but unfortunately she tore her ACL last year and will have to sit out this season. She is a great leader out of the back, and we’re definitely going to count on her to make an impact in the 2010 season.”

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MARY-KATE DUNPHY

Fr., M, 5-2

Wareham, Mass.

High School: Captain of her high school varsity team...scored 18 goals and recorded 28 assists in her high school campaign and was voted MVP of her team...voted to the regional all-star team, and the local newspaper voted her to the All-Star Super Team in 2008...high school career includes a Maple State finals appearance, two semi-finalist appearances and she also participated as a Massachusetts ODP player...was a member of the boy’s varsity hockey team freshman year...Dunphy played competitive club soccer for nine years on the Division-I Maple team, the Crusaders United SC...was a South Coast All-Star in both 2006 and ‘08 ... Personal: Born March 20, 1991...daughter of Michael and Joanne Dunphy...majoring in business. Coach Terrill’s thoughts on Dunphy - “I saw Mary-Kate play at the ‘Score at the Shore Greensboro Tournament’, and she was easily one of the most talented players there. She is a hardnosed kid to be reckoned with. She also played ice hockey in high school so she has that type of mentality. She is feisty, speedy and athletic, and she has that never-give-up attitude. She gets forward well and can create things on the attack. We are really excited about getting her and she should make an immediate impact in the program.”

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MORGANN WOOD

Fr., M, 5-7

Kentwood, Mich.

High School: Wood earned all-district honors both senior and junior years...lettered three years... named Third-Team All-State and all-conference senior year...named team MVP and Defensive MVP... was a member of the Grand Rapids Junior Crew, one of the best club teams in western Michigan... was also a member of the club ice hockey team that came in as the runners-up in the Michigan State Championships ... Personal: Born Dec. 24, 1990...daughter of Anita Sue and Dan Wood...majoring in kinesiology. Coach Terrill’s thoughts on Wood - “Morgann is a specimen - she’s flat legit. She played club ball

with (junior goalkeeper) Alyssa Budros. She played ice hockey growing up like Mary-Kate. Athletically, she’s one of the best players to come out of Michigan. She fast, strong and agile. She’s got it all athletically, and she’s going to be a huge impact player on the field for us. She has a decent skill level, but she will be one of the most athletic kids in the conference.”

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RosterBreakdown Breakdown Roster

Forwards 5 Michelle Dennis 10 Marky Boyce 22 Anja Djumisic

Jr. Jr. So.

Center Midfielders 17 Krista Ross 21 Caitlin Wesnesky 8 Olivia Urig 2 Rebecca Hollstegge 18 Morgann Wood

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

Outside Midfielders 7 Sarah Catenacci 9 Jen Vroman 11 Alicyne Smith 13 Lindsey Trexler (C) 14 Mary-Kate Dunphy

Outside Backs 15 Emily Danchak (C) 23 Staci Ulichnie 12 Andrea Williams

Jr. Jr. So.

Center Backs 20 Kelsey Riggs 24 Casey Bolduc 4 Madison Forsyth

Goalkeepers 0 Jena Lalich 37 Alyssa Budros (C) 1 Amy Arroyo

Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Sr. Fr.

Jr. So. Fr.

Sr. Jr. R-So.

* Players listed by class and numerically, not necessarily by lineup order, and positions are subject to change

Letterwinners Lost (9) 19 Briana Murphy F 4 Melanie Gilliard D 6 Caitlin Gunyan M 12 Christine Bethke M 14 Brittany Bolick D 16 Emma Mattsson F 18 Jessica Kim D 2 Alissa Schoblaski M/D 3 Alyssa Clay M

5-2 R-Sr. 5-4 Sr. 5-6 Sr. 5-3 Sr. 5-3 Sr. 5-3 Sr. 5-3 Sr. 5-7 R-Jr. 5-4 Jr.

Newcomers (5) 12 Andrea Williams 2 Rebecca Hollstegge 4 Madison Forsyth 14 Mary-Kate Dunphy 18 Morgann Wood

D M D M M

5-7 5-4 5-3 5-2 5-7

So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Players by Class (22) Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Hollstegge Arroyo Dennis Forsyth Urig Boyce Dunphy Williams Danchak Wood Djumisic Ross Bolduc Riggs Wesnesky Ulichnie Budros

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students can participate in a variety of campus activities, including academic clubs, service organizations, intramural athletics and campus ministries. CSU’s athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Our athletic programs have produced several nationally recognized professional sports figures, including Charlie Simpkins, 1992 Olympic silver medalist; Maurice Price and Josh Breeden, who signed as free agents in the NFL; Bryant Burch, who signed with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders; Crystal Carpenter, who signed with the WNBA’s Utah Starzz; Matt Coenen, who pitches in the Atlanta Braves organization; R.J. Swindle, who played for the Charleston Riverdogs as a member of the Yankees organization and became the first CSU player to ever pitch in an MLB game, joining the Phillies; and Bobby Parnell, who made it to the majors with the N.Y. Mets. Charleston Southern University is proud to have sent 11 different teams to NCAA competition over the past nine years. The women’s golf team is the most recent to represent the university in NCAA postseason play, winning the conference championship in 2008, while men’s tennis is historically the most consistent, having competed in four NCAA tournaments since 1999. In 2008, CSU sent 12 track athletes to the NCAA Regional meet, and were also represented at the NCAA National Championships. The university fields teams in basketball, women’s soccer, softball, cross country, baseball, track & field, golf, tennis, and volleyball, as well as an NCAA Division-I Football Championship Subdivision program. In its history, CSU has captured 26 Big South Conference championships. In 2007-08, the Buccaneers placed more than 70 athletes on all-conference and all-freshman teams.

CSU Fast Facts Status: Private, coeducational Undergraduate Tuition (Fall 2007): $8,810.00/Sem. Enrollment (Fall 2008): Undergraduate: 2,759 Graduate: 442 Total: 3,201 In-state/out-of-state Students: 83% in-state/17% out-of-state Faculty (full-time): 118 Academic Majors: 34 undergraduate / 4 graduate Library Holdings: More than 250,000 volumes Undergrads Receiving Financial Aid: 95% (2006-07) Religious Affiliation: South Carolina Baptist Convention Christian Environment 19


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CSU 2008 Stats/Results Overall Record: 9-6-4

Conf: 4-2-3

Home: 6-1-3

Away: 3-5-1

Neutral: 0-0-0

|------------SHOTS------------| ## Name GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% YC-RC GW PK-ATT Foul ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16 MATTSSON, Emma 16-15 1268 7 5 19 46 .152 19 .413 1-0 2 0-1 0 19 MURPHY, Briana 19-19 1192 8 2 18 38 .211 24 .632 1-0 2 1-1 0 5 DENNIS, Michelle 19-3 903 8 2 18 24 .333 16 .667 0-0 2 0-0 0 7 CATENACCI, Sarah 19-13 1165 6 5 17 44 .136 20 .455 1-0 2 0-0 0 21 WESNESKY, Caitlin 19-19 1632 5 3 13 45 .111 19 .422 0-0 1 0-0 0 9 VROMAN, Jen 19-19 1384 2 4 8 39 .051 16 .410 3-0 0 0-0 0 13 TREXLER, Lindsey 19-15 1279 1 4 6 33 .030 20 .606 0-0 0 0-0 0 10 BOYCE, Markie 19-7 646 1 2 4 20 .050 9 .450 0-0 0 0-0 0 24 BOLDUC, Casey 18-14 1304 1 2 4 6 .167 3 .500 0-0 0 0-0 0 22 DJUMISIC, Anja 12-0 207 0 1 1 10 .000 8 .800 0-0 0 0-0 0 15 DANCHAK, Emily 17-15 1392 0 1 1 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 8 URIG, Olivia 14-7 628 0 0 0 10 .000 5 .500 0-0 0 0-0 0 12 BETHKE, Christine 9-0 153 0 0 0 6 .000 4 .667 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 GUNYAN, Caitlin 12-1 259 0 0 0 5 .000 4 .800 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 KIM, Jessica 17-17 1284 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 1-1 0 0-0 0 11 SMITH, Alicyne 3-0 39 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 23 ULICHNE, Staci 11-4 557 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 14 BOLICK, Brittany 19-19 1761 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 2 SCHOBLASKI, Alissa 4-0 67 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 37 BUDROS, Alyssa 14-14 1311 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 20 RIGGS, Kelsey 10-3 337 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 17 ROSS, Krista 4-0 64 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 4 BLASCHKE, Melanie 3-0 44 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 ARROYO, Amy 2-1 135 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 Total............... 19 - 39 31 109 334 .117 171 .512 7-1 9 1-2 176 Opponents........... 19 - 27 19 73 208 .130 99 .476 16-0 6 0-0 199 |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho ------------------------------------------------------------------------------37 BUDROS, Alyssa 14-14 1311:48 17 1.17 52 .754 7 3 4 3 0 UVALLE, Jena 4-4 360:00 6 1.50 12 .667 2 2 0 1 1 ARROYO, Amy 2-1 135:00 4 2.67 8 .667 0 1 0 0 Total............... 19 1806:48 27 1.34 72 .727 9 6 4 4 Opponents........... 19 1806:48 39 1.94 132 .772 6 9 4 2

DATE

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Aug. 22 Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 14 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 6

Francis Marion University University of South Carolina-Upstate The Citadel Georgia Southern University Long Island University Wagner College Gardner-Webb University* $ College of Charleston Liberty University* South Carolina State University Virginia Military Institute* Longwood University High Point University* ^ Coastal Carolina University* Radford University* Winthrop University* University of North Carolina-Asheville* Presbyterian College* % High Point University

RESULT/SCORE W, 3-2 (OT) L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 L, 2-4 L, 0-2 T, 2-2 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 T, 1-1 W, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 4-1 T, 1-1 T, 1-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 L, 2-3

ATTENDANCE 189 170 274 89 175 125 170 - 137 125 119 123 306 215 57 124 155 134 568

* = Big South Opponent % = Big South Championships $ = Silver Cup Match ^ = played at Blackbaud Stadium (Charleston, S.C.) Bold = Home matches played at Buccaneer Field

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RECORD 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 3-4-0, 0-1-0 3-4-1 4-4-1, 1-1-0 5-4-1 5-4-2, 1-1-1 6-4-2 7-4-2, 2-1-1 8-4-2, 3-1-1 8-4-3, 3-1-2 8-4-4, 3-1-3 9-4-4, 4-1-3 9-5-4, 4-2-3 9-6-4


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CSU 2009 Schedule DATE

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LOCATION

TIME

Aug. 22 Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 5-8

Georgia Southern University Alabama State University University of South Carolina-Upstate # University of Richmond # Longwood University The Citadel South Carolina State University Newberry College $ College of Charleston Francis Marion University Liberty University* High Point University* Radford University* Virginia Military Institute* University of North Carolina-Asheville* Presbyterian College* Coastal Carolina University* Winthrop University* ^ Gardner-Webb University* ^ Big South Championships

Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Farmville, Va. Farmville, Va. Charleston, S.C. Orangeburg, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Florence, S.C. Lynchburg, Va. High Point, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Asheville, N.C. Clinton, S.C. Conway, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C.

4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

* = Big South Opponent # = Longwood Tournament $ = Silver Cup Match ^ = played at Blackbaud Stadium (Charleston, S.C.) Bold = Home matches played at Buccaneer Field

Season Leaderboard GAMES PLAYED Player Year Games Ann Basom 2004 21 Katie Crona 2004 21 Sarah Hook 2004 21 Rachel Petrillo 2004 21 Melissa Mantho 2004 21 Nicole Tomlin 2004 21 Elizabeth Uczekaj 2004 21 Natalie Jackson 2004 21 9 tied with 20 GAMES STARTED Player Year Starts Ann Basom 2004 21 Katie Crona 2004 21 Nicole Tomlin 2004 20 Kelly Batten 1994 20 Wendy Ennis 1994 20 Mindy Hyde 1994 20 Jo-an Jilesen 1994 20 Amy Lindner 1994 20 Happy Payne 1994 20 Mary Pipilas 1994 20 Laurie Smith 1994 20

SHOTS Player Year Wendy Ennis 1993 Mary Pipilas 1994 Sarah Catenacci 2007 Wendy Ennis 1996 Wendy Ennis 1994 Michelle Dennis 2007 Katie Crona 2004 Wendy Ennis 1995 Emma Mattsson 2007 Natalie Jackson 2004 Mary Pipilas 1993 Sue Andrykew 1994

Shots 89 73 72 71 60 61 59 59 56 52 52 52

GOALS Player Year Wendy Ennis 1993 Katie Crona 2004 Sue Andrykew 1994 Alisha Rogers 1996 Michelle Dennis 2007 Emma Mattsson 2007 Marky Boyce 2007 Betsy Lapp 1998 Wendy Ennis 1996 Mary Pipilas 1993 Jennifer Strukel 1999 3 others tied at

Goals 21 15 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9

ASSISTS Player Year Laurie Smith 1993 Wendy Ennis 1993 Mary Pipilas 1994 Jen Vroman 2007 Wendy Ennis 1996 Laurie Smith 1996 Laurie Smith 1994 Robyn Eads 1999 Christine Bethke 2006 Lindsey Trexler 2005 Carrie Terrill 2001 Lauren Jones 1998 7 others tied at

Assists 11 10 10 9 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

POINTS Player Year Wendy Ennis 1993 Katie Crona 2004 Michelle Dennis 2007 Wendy Ennis 1996 Mary Pipilas 1994 Mary Pipilas 1993 Emma Mattsson 2007 Markey Boyce 2007 Sue Andrykew 1994 Alisha Rogers 1996 Wendy Ennis 1994 Betsy Lapp 1998 Jennifer Strukel 1999 2 others tied at

Points 52 34 26 26 26 25 24 24 24 24 23 23 21 21

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Individual Records

MOST GAMES PLAYED Season: 21 by eight players (2004) Career: 76 by Wendy Ennis and Laurie Smith (1993-96) MOST GAMES STARTED Season: 21 by Ann Basom and Katie Crona (2004) Career: 76 by Wendy Ennis and Laurie Smith (1993-96) MOST SHOTS Game: 12 by Wendy Ennis vs. App. State (9/9/95); by Katie Crona vs. S.C. State (9/21/04) Season: 89 by Wendy Ennis (1993) Career: 279 by Wendy Ennis (1993-96) MOST GOALS Game: 4 by Lauren Jones vs. Liberty (10/23/96) Season: 21 by Wendy Ennis (1993) Career: 49 by Wendy Ennis (1993-96) MOST ASSISTS Game: 3 by Robyn Eads (9/26/00) Season: 11 by Laurie Smith (1993-96) Career: 28 by Laurie Smith (1993-96) MOST POINTS Game: 8 by Lauren Jones vs. Liberty (10/23/99) Season: 52 by Wendy Ennis (1993) Career: 122 by Wendy Ennis (1993-96) MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS Season: 6 by Wendy Ennis (1993) Career: 13 by Wendy Ennis (1993-96)

GOALKEEPING RECORDS MOST GAMES PLAYED Season: 20 by Mindy Hyde (1994); Miki Wilson (2004) Career: 68 by Miki Wilson (2002-05) MOST GAMES STARTED Season: 20 by Mindy Hyde (1994) Career: 57 by Miki Wilson (2002-05) MOST MINUTES PLAYED Season: 1,870 by Miki Wilson (2004) Career: 5,982 by Miki Wilson (2002-05) MOST SAVES Game: 20 by Pam Ramler vs. UNC-Greensboro (9/4/95) Season: 140 by Miki Wilson (2004) Career: 403 by Miki Wilson (2002-05) HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: 81.6% by Pam Ramler (1996) Career: 78.6% by Pam Ramler (1993-96) MOST SHUTOUTS Season: 7 by Pam Ramler (1996) Career: 11 by Pam Ramler (1993-96) BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season: 1.21 by Susan Anderson (2001) Career: 1.60 by Susan Anderson (1998-01) 1.60 by Mindy Hyde (1993-94)

Career Leaderboard

GAMES PLAYED Player Years T-1. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 Laurie Smith 1993-96 T-3. Dominique D’Aoust 1996-99 Sarah Hook 2001-04 T-5. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 Heather Horton 1993-96 7. Robyn Eads 1998-01 T-8. Michelle Roy 1997-00 Karen Knight 2003-06 T-10.Jennifer Strukel 1998-01 Ann Basom 2001-04

Games 76 76 74 74 73 73 72 71 71 70 70

GAMES STARTED Player Years T-1. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 Laurie Smith 1993-96 3. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 4. Michelle Roy 1997-00 5. Robyn Eads 1998-01 6. Dominique D’Aoust 1996-99 7. Emma Mattsson 2005-08 8. Betsy Lapp 1998-02 9. Jennifer Strukel 1998-01 10. Kati Sheaffer 1995-98

Starts 76 76 72 70 68 67 66 65 64 63

SHOTS Player Years 1. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 2. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 3. Emma Mattsson 2005-08 4. Laurie Smith 1993-96 5. Sarah Catenacci 2006- T-6. Alisha Rogers 1996-00 Betsy Lapp 1998-02 8. Jennifer Strukel 1998-01 9. Katie Crona 2003-05 10. Sue Andrykew 1993-94

Shots 279 206 196 174 163 131 131 126 102 96

GOALS Player Years 1. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 T-2. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 Betsy Lapp 1998-02 4. Emma Mattsson 2005-08 T-5. Alisha Rogers 1996-00 Jennifer Strukel 1998-01 7. Katie Crona 2003-05 T-8. Christi Arnold 1997-00 Michelle Dennis 2007- T-10.Sue Andrykew 1993-94 Sarah Catenacci 2006-

Goals 49 31 31 29 25 25 22 19 19 18 18

ASSISTS Player Years 1. Laurie Smith 1993-96 2. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 3. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 4. Emma Mattson 2005-08 5. Jen Vroman 2007- T-6. Lindsey Trexler 2005- Sarah Catenacci 2006- 8. Dominique D’Aoust 1994-97 T-9. Robyn Eads 1998-01 Lauren Jones 1998-01 POINTS Player Years 1. Wendy Ennis 1993-96 2. Mary Pipilas 1993-96 3. Emma Mattson 2005-08 4. Betsy Lapp 1998-02 T-5. Alisha Rogers 1996-00 Jennifer Strukel 1998-01 7. Katie Crona 2003-05 8. Laurie Smith 1993-96 9. Sarah Catenacci 2006- 10. Michelle Dennis 2007-

Assists 28 24 21 15 13 11 11 10 9 9 Points 122 83 73 67 57 57 52 48 47 44

Most Wins:...................................................... 12 in 1993, ‘94 and ‘07 Most Losses:...................................................................... 14 in 2002 Most Ties:................................................................. 4 in 2000 and ‘08 Most Consecutive Wins:......................................... 6 in 1993 and ‘96 Most Consecutive Losses:.................................................. 8 in 2003 Most Consecutive Ties:.......................................... 2 in 2004 and ‘08 Best Win Percentage:...............66.7% (12-5-1) in 1993 Worst Won-Lost Percentage: ..11.1% (2-14-2) in 2002

Team Records MOST SHOTS Game: 44 vs. S.C. State (9/26/00) Season: 374 in 1994 FEWEST SHOTS Game: 1 vs. UNC-Greensboro (9/4/95) Season: 147 in 2002 MOST GOALS Game: 11 vs. S.C. State (9/29/99) Season: 57 in 1993 FEWEST GOALS Season: 19 in 2002 MOST ASSISTS Game: 9 vs. S.C. State (9/26/00) Season: 37 in 1993 FEWEST ASSISTS Season: 10 in 2002 MOST POINTS Game: 29 vs. S.C. State (9/26/00) Season: 161 in 1993

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FEWEST POINTS Season: 48 in 2002 MOST TIMES SHUT OUT Season: 9 in 2003 MOST CORNER KICKS Game: 14 vs. Liberty (10/1/2005) FEWEST CORNER KICKS Season: 35 in 2003 MOST FOULS Game: 28 vs. College of Charleston (10/18/00) Season: 274 in 1994 FEWEST FOULS Game: 2 vs. College of Charleston (9/13/95) Season: 139 in 2003 MOST SHOTS FACED Game: 40 vs. UNC-Greensboro (9/4/95) Season: 328 in 2005

FEWEST SHOTS FACED Game: 2 vs. S.C. State (9/26/00); vs. UNC Asheville (10/21/00); vs. S.C. State (9/30/08) Season: 205 in 2008 MOST GOALS ALLOWED Game: 9 vs. Clemson (9/23/98) Season: 49 in 1997 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED Season: 24 in 2001 MOST SAVES Game: 20 vs. UNC-Greensboro (9/4/95) Season: 152 in 2004 FEWEST SAVES Season: 70 in 2008 MOST SHUTOUTS Season: 8 in 1996

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