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1st Team All-Orange Empire Conference Selections


2009 WOMEN’S SOCCER ROSTER

#1 Chelsea BROGHAMER

#2 Megan HUGHES

#3 Casey KIEHL

#4 Kari WATHEN

#5 Alana WOHLERS

#6 Amanda LOBELLO

#7 Nayeli MEZA

#8 Nicole WEIL

#9 Juliane ADAMS

#10 Elizabeth LEDEZMA

#11 Jessica MURPHY

#12 Ariana OLAGUE

#13 Kristina ROCHE

#14 Anna REA

#15 Hina LILII

#16 ChristiAna LANG

#17 Sasha KEY

#18 Angie SILVA

#19 Lindsey AULT

#20 Amber LOPEZ

#21 Michelle HAMPTON

#22 Vanessa CORONA

#23 Starr GONZALES

#24 Lauren ROBLERO

RS Amanda MCDONOUGH


Table of Contents Credits

The 2009 Women’s Soccer Media Guide is a publication of the Cypress College Physical Education/Athletics Division. Written and designed by Teresa Wang. Printed by North Orange County Community College District.

On the Cover

Welcome to Cypress Soccer 2 2009 Roster 3 2009 Season Preview

8 Nayeli Meza 8 Jessica Murphy 9 Kristina Roche

Coaching Staff 4 Head Coach Randi Martinez 4 Head Coach Jill Toda 4 Assistant Coach Erick Hurtarte 4 Assistant Coach Tracy Van Herk 4 Assistant Coach Jeff Gordon 4 Asst. Coach Christopher Gomez

9 Hina Lilii 9 ChristiAna Lang 9 Angie Silva 10 Lindsey Ault 10 Michelle Hampton 10 Vanessa Corona 10 Lauren Roblero 10 Amanda McDonough

Player Profiles 5 Casey Kiehl 5 Kari Wathen 5 Alana Wohlers 5 Amanda LoBello 6 Nicole Weil 6 Juliane Adams 6 Elizabeth Ledezma 6 Ariana Olague 7 Anna Rea 7 Sasha Key 7 Amber Lopez 2008 First Team All-Orange Empire Conference Selections

8 Megan Hughes

7 Starr Gonzales 8 Chelsea Broghamer

Historic Overview 12 12 12 12 12 13 14 14

2008 Season in Review Program Record Ray Haas Team MVPs NSCAA All-Americans Chargers Moving On Season Record Book Career Record Book

Cypress College 15 Cypress Athletics 16 Cypress College

Cypress Facts Location: 9200 Valley View St. Cypress, CA 90630 Founded: 1966 Enrollment: 13,500 Nickname: Chargers Colors: Navy & Gold Conference: Orange Empire President: Michael J. Kasler, PhD Website: www.cypresscollege.edu College Phone Number: 714-484-7352 Division Phone Number: 714-484-7000 2008 Overall Record: 18-1-5 2008 Conference Record: 13-1-2 (1st tied)

Athletics Phone Number: 714-484-7352 Athletics Fax: 714-484-7448 Athletic Director: Diane Henry Asst. Athletic Director: Bill Pinkham Head Coach: Jill Toda & Randi Martinez 714-484-7087 jtoda@cypresscollege.edu Soccer Website: www.cypresscollege.edu/soccer Trainer: Scott Tucker Equipment Manager: Teresa Sestito Counselor: Dana Bedard Athletic Secretary: Yvonne Cota Division Secretary: Lu Cayabyab Sports Information Director: Teresa Wang twang@cypresscollege.edu 714-484-7356


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2009 Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown - High School 1 Chelsea Broghamer Goalkeeper 5’3” Fr. St. Lucy’s Priory - San Dimas 2 Megan Hughes Defender 5’7” Fr. Garden Grove - Pacifica HS 3 Casey Kiehl Midfield 5’3” So. Whittier - La Habra HS 4 Kari Wathen Fwd/Mid 5’5” So. Fullerton - Troy HS 5 Alana Wohlers Midfielder 5’3” So. R. S. Margarita - Notre Dame HS 6 Amanda LoBello Mid/Def 5’7” So. Garden Grove - Garden Grove HS 7 Nayeli Meza Fwd/Mid 5’0” Fr. Norwalk - Santa Fe HS 8 Nicole Weil Mid/Def 5’8” So. Garden Grove - Pacifica HS 9 Juliane Adams Fwd/Mid 5’7” So. Corona - Centennial HS 10 Elizabeth Ledezma Mid/Def 5’2” So. Bellflower - Bellflower HS 11 Jessica Murphy Midfielder 5’6” Fr. Anaheim Hills - Canyon HS 12 Ariana Olague Mid/Def 5’7” So. La Mirada - La Mirada HS 13 Kristina Roche Mid/Def 5’5” Fr. Costa Mesa - Costa Mesa HS 14 Anna Rea Forward 5’9” So. Long Beach - Millikan HS 15 Hina Lilii Mid/Def 5’6” Fr. La Palma - Kennedy HS 16 ChristiAna Lang Defender 5’4” Fr. Temecula - Temecula Valley HS 17 Sasha Key Midfielder 5’6” So. Hunt. Beach - Huntington Beach HS 18 Angie Silva Forward 5’7” Fr. Norwalk - Santa Fe HS 19 Lindsey Ault Midfielder 5’4” Fr. Temecula - Chaparral HS 20 Amber Lopez Midfielder 5’4” So. Bellflower - Valley Christian HS 21 Michelle Hampton Forward 5’3” Fr. La Mirada - La Mirada HS 22 Vanessa Corona Forward 5’2” Fr. Beaumont - Beaumont HS 23 Starr Gonzales GK/Forw. 5’2” So. Pico Rivera - El Rancho HS 24 Lauren Roblero Midfielder 5’2” Fr. La Habra - Sunny Hills HS RS Amanda McDonough Redshirt 5’3” Fr. Long Beach - Los Alamitos HS Head Coach: Randi Martinez & Jill Toda Assistant Coaches: Erick Hurtarte, Jeff Gordon, Tracy Van Herk, Christopher Gomez

Alphabetical

No. Name 9 Juliane Adams 19 Lindsey Ault 1 Chelsea Broghamer 22 Vanessa Corona 23 Starr Gonzales 21 Michelle Hampton 2 Megan Hughes 17 Sasha Key 3 Casey Kiehl 16 ChristiAna Lang 10 Elizabeth Ledezma 15 Hina Lilii 6 Amanda LoBello 20 Amber Lopez 7 Nayeli Meza 11 Jessica Murphy 12 Ariana Olague 14 Anna Rea 24 Lauren Roblero 13 Kristina Roche 18 Angie Silva 4 Kari Wathen 8 Nicole Weil 5 Alana Wohlers

Pos. For./Mid. Mid. GK For. GK/For. For. Def. Mid. Mid. Def. Mid./Def. Mid./Def. Mid/Def. Mid. For./Mid. Mid. Mid./Def. For. Mid. Mid./Def. For. For./Mid. Mid./Def. Mid.

Coaching Staff

Randi Martinez (9th season) Jill Toda (4th season) Tracy Van Herk (6th season) Erick Hurtarte (9th season) Jeff Gordon (6th season) Christopher Gomez (1st season)

By Class

Sophomores ........................ 12 Freshmen ............................. 13

Pronunciation Guide

Chelsea Broghamer... Braug-hammer Casey Kiehl... Keel Nayeli Meza... Nay-al-ee Nicole Weil... Wile Ariana Olague... O-log-Y Kristina Roche... Roach Anna Rea... Ray Hina Lilii... Lee-lee-ee ChristiAna Lang... Christy-anna

Back Row (L-R): Coach Jill Toda, Coach Christopher Gomez, Christina Roche, Amanda LoBello, Angelica Silva, Nicole Weil, Anna Rea, Sasha Key, Juliane Adams, Megan Hughes, Amanda McDonough, Lauren Roblero, Coach Erick Hurtarte, Coach Randi Martinez. Middle Row (L-R): Ariana Olague, ChristiAna Lang, Alana Wohlers, Casey Kiehl, Chelsea Broghamer, Starr Gonzales, Michelle Hampton, Elizabeth Ledezma, Amber Lopez, Hina Lilii. Front Row (L-R): Kari Wathen, Nayeli Meza, Vanesa Corona, Lindsey Ault, Jessica Murphy. 2

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Freshmen

Sophomores

“We are very optimistic that the quality and depth of the thirteen incoming freshmen will compliment the experience and talent of the twelve sophomores remaining.”

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ypress had a tough end to their 2008 season coming just short of the State Tournament for the second season in a row. The Chargers ended their season in a tie losing in penalty kicks in the second round of playoffs against arch-rival Santiago Canyon. This season, Cypress is on a mission to turn things around. Head coaches Randi Martinez and Jill Toda take over the head coaching duties and have high expectations for this season’s squad: Coming off a solid but below expectation 2008 season, the potential for a special 2009 season is very realistic. We are very optimistic that the quality and depth of the thirteen incoming freshmen will compliment the experience and talent of the twelve sophomores remaining. Our sophomore leadership is key to the success of this team. Heading the 2009 sophomore class is captain and First Team OEC selection in 2008, Casey Kiehl. Kiehl led the Chargers in points (28) goals (10) and assists (8). Her impact will be felt on and off the field. Fellow captain and First Team OEC selection Nicole Weil returns to a defense that allowed four goals in 22 regular season matches in 2008. Sophomore transfer Amber Lopez brings a wealth of premier level experience to a midfield that could use the offensive creativity after only scoring 49 regular season goals in 2008 (a program low). In addition to the sophomore class, the Chargers add a thirteen player freshmen class that has depth and talent.

Freshman Vanessa Corona was among CIF leaders scoring 49 goals in 2008 and 64 goals in 2009. This will give the team a dangerous weapon in front of goal. Hina Lilii, a club teammate of Corona, is a physical defender that really impacts a game. Lilii’s ability to defend anywhere on the field is a great option to have. ChristiAna Lang fills a hole in the center back position. Lang, a natural born leader, has the organizational skills to position this talented 2009 Charger squad to a championship level. Four of the five coaches from 2008 return to this season’s staff so the same approach will be taken. The one addition is goalkeeper coach Chris Gomez who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this already talented staff. With the shortened season, Cypress will play just five pre-conference games starting with a road and home game each before three road games in Northern California. The Chargers will then turn to conference play where they will defend their 2008 championship against one of the most competitive conference teams yet. The marquee rivalry games against the Hawks will take place on October 9th and November 10th where Cypress hopes to avenge their second round playoff loss from last year. The balanced 2009 Charger team will look to improve on last year’s season, contend for a state championship, and live up to the history of success Cypress Women’s Soccer is known for. 2009 WOMEN’S SOCCER

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Head Coach Randi Martinez 9th Season - San Jose State

Head Coach Randi Martinez has been with the Cypress College Women’s Soccer program since 2000. Prior to his joining the Cypress family, Randi was a member and captain of the United States under 17 National Team and a member of the United States under 20 National Team. As part of his playing experience, Randi has traveled extensively throughout the world and played in numerous international matches. Randi attended San Jose State and was named Gatorade All-American three times, Parade All-American four times, and NSCAA All American three times. In addition to his coaching experience at Cypress, Randi has been the girls’ assistant varsity coach at Redlands High School, the boys’ varsity coach at Jurupa High School, and most recently a trainer for the Orange Junior Soccer Club, Brea Blaze, and Cerritos Regional Soccer Club.

Head Coach Jill Toda 4th Season - Cal State Dominguez Hills

Head Coach Jill Toda comes to Cypress from local Cypress High School where she coached two years of JV and two years as a varsity assistant for the Centurions. At Cypress High School, Toda was part of a staff that led the Centurions to three Empire League Championships. Before her coaching career, Toda was a standout for Cal State Dominguez Hills for two seasons as a sweeper earning Honorable Mention All-CCAA honors. Toda transferred to Dominguez from Long Beach City where she excelled earning All-South Coast Conference and All-Far West Region honors.

Assistant Coach Erick Hurtarte 9th Season - Chapman

Assistant Coach Erick Hurtarte is not new to community college coaching or to the Cypress College Women’s Soccer program. Over the last several years, Erick has been an assistant coach for Fullerton College, Rio Hondo College, Saddleback College and Cypress College. Erick began coaching at Cypress in 2000 and after a few years at Saddleback College, has returned. While in college, Erick was a captain at Chapman University and was named 1st team All Far West and 1st Team All-American. In addition to his coaching experience at Cypress, Erick is currently the coaching director for the Orange Junior Soccer Club.

Assistant Coach Tracy Van Herk 6th Season - Cal State Fullerton

Assistant Coach Tracy Van Herk is well rooted the Cypress Charger Legacy. Van Herk was a team captain in 1993 & 1994 as she helped lead the Chargers to a State Final appearance. After finishing her collegiate soccer career at Cypress College, she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology with a minor in Health Promotion at California State University, Fullerton. Subsequently Tracy earned a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University. Van Herk began her coaching career in 1990 at Kennedy High School. She lead the Fighting Irish Girls Varsity squad to several league titles and CIF appearances. She joined the Cypress College Women’s Soccer coaching staff as an assistant in 1997.

Assistant Coach Jeff Gordon 8th Season - Cal State Fullerton

Gordon is a well-known, successful high school coach who joined the Cypress College Women’s Soccer staff in 2002. In addition to coaching at Cypress, Jeff has coached the girl’s varsity soccer team at Sunny Hills High School where he has lead them to numerous Freeway League Championships and several CIF appearances, including the 2005 and 2007 CIF Championships. He also teaches at Sunny Hills. As a player, Jeff played for Fullerton College for 2 years and was selected 1st team all-Conference.

Assistant Coach Christopher Gomez 1st Season - Brown University

Gomez will be handling goalkeeping for the Chargers. As a player at Saint John Bosco, Gomez holds the school’s all-time records for saves in a season, career saves, and career shutouts. Gomez went on to have a decorated career at Brown where he was named an all-Ivy League player twice and an NSCAA 4

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SOPHOMORES #3 Casey Kiehl

5’4” Sophomore Midfielder Whittier - La Habra HS Cypress Highlights: A First Team all-Orange Empire Conference selection for the Chargers in 2008… led the OEC in points through conference (20)… led the team in points (28), goals (10), and assists (8)… honored as the Chargers’ Most Valuable Player. High School Highlights: A four year standout for the Highlanders… was a three time First Team allFreeway League Selection and a Second Team selection as a freshman… was named the team’s Best Offensive Player as a sophomore, Most Valuable Player as a junior, and Most Inspirational as a senior… was honored as a First Team all-CIF player as a senior… was named the school’s Athlete of the Year in 2006-07… also participated in Track and Field. Personal: Born on September 23rd, 1989… Parents are Greg and Patty Kiehl… siblings are Garrett and Tyler… majoring in nursing… came to play at Cypress because “they have a well-rounded program which also has a hard working reputation.”

#4 Kari Wathen

5’5” Sophomore Forward/Midfielder Fullerton - Troy HS Cypress Highlights: Scored one goal for the Chargers in 2008. High School Highlights: A four year varsity standout for the Warriors… was a scholar athlete… earned a Freeway League championship as a senior… was First Team all-Freeway League and Third Team allCIF as a senior… was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year… also participated in track. Personal: Born on July 13th, 1990… parents are Scott and Leah Wathen… sister is Lorin… majoring in kinesiology… is recoved from a torn ACL.

#5 Alana Wohlers

5’6” Sophomore Midfielder Rancho Santa Margarita - Notre Dame HS At Riverside College: A First Team all-Orange Empire Conference selection for the Tigers in 2008… finished the season with eight goals and nine assists. High School Highlights: A three-year letter winner for the Titans and Trabuco Hills… a Second Team all-Mountain Pass League selection… the team’s captain and Offensive Player of the Year… also played for the Eclipse club team making it to the League Cup finals in 2006. Personal: Born on February 1st, 1990… parents are Bob and Theresa Wohlers… brother is Chris… majoring in communications… came to Cypress “because I wanted to win a state title and transfer to a good four-year.”

#6 Amanda LoBello

5’7” Sophomore Midfielder/Defender Garden Grove - Garden Grove HS Cypress Highlights: A Second Team all-Orange Empire Conference selection for the Chargers in 2008… was third on the team in points (18) producing six assists and six goals. High School Highlights: A four year standout for the Argonauts… earned four straight First Team all-Garden Grove League selections… was a Second Team All-CIF selection as a junior… also excelled in Track… was awarded the school’s Argo of the Year given to the school’s top female athlete… also ex-

celled academically with a 4.0 GPA. Personal: Born on August 11th, 1990… Parents are Connie and Miguel Lo Bello… sister Brittney also played for Cypress… majoring in math… has been to all of the Charger games since 2006.

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#8 Nicole Weil

5’8” Sophomore Midfielder Garden Grove - Pacifica HS Cypress Highlights: A First Team all-Orange Empire Conference selection for the Chargers in 2008… named the captain for the 2009 season… scored three goals with four assists. High School Highlights: After a freshman year injury, was a three year standout for the Mariners… was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior… earned an Empire League Championship her senior season… was named the team’s Most Inspirational Player on her way to a First Team All-Empire League selection as a junior… was named the team’s Defensive Player of the year… was named to the Second Team all-Garden Grove League leading the team to a Garden Grove League Championship as a sophomore… led Pacifica into the quarter finals of CIF. Personal: Born on November 28th, 1990… parents are Rob and Sara Weil… siblings are Andrew and Brittany… major is undeclared… favorite quote is, “If you believe you can, or if you believe you can’t, you’re right.”

#9 Juliane Adams

5’7” Sophomore Forward/Midfielder Corona - Centennial HS Cypress Highlights: A Second Team all-Orange Empire Conference selection for the Chargers in 2008… second on the team in total points for the season (20) with ten goals and eight assists. High School Highlights: Excelled for the Huskies… earned an Athlete of the Month award and Athlete of the Year at Centennial… was named the team’s captain as a senior… earned the Scholar Athlete Award and was twice named the team’s Most Inspirational after recovering from knee injuries… also participated in Volleyball. Personal: Born on October 30th, 1989… parents are John and Darlene Adams… siblings are Luke, Natalie, Derek, Jonathan… majoring in dental hygiene… also enjoys wakeboarding, snowboarding, dancing, going to church, and meeting new people.

#10 Elizabeth Ledezma

5’3” Sophomore Midfielder/Defender Bellflower - Bellflower HS Cypress Highlights: Scored one goal for the Chargers in 2008. High School Highlights: A four year starter for the Buccaneers… made the First Team all-Suburban League twice and Second Team twice… was chosen as Bellflower’s Most Valuable Player and best offensive player as a senior… was the team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman… excelled academically as well as a High Honors Athlete all four years and graduated with high honors… also participated in ASB. Personal: Born on December 14th, 1989… parents are Rosa and Pedro Ledezma… siblings are Max and Salvador… majoring in nursing… came to Cypress because, “It’s a team that has set high goals and plans to accomplish them through hard work and dedication, but most importantly as a team.

#12 Ariana Olague

5’7” Sophomore Midfielder/Defender La Mirada - La Mirada HS Cypress Highlights: Scored two goals with two assists for the Chargers in 2008. High School Highlights: A two year varsity standout for the Matadores… was First Team all-Suburban League, First Team all-CIF, Long Beach Press Telegram First Team, and First Team Whittier Daily selection as a senior… was named the team’s defensive Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior… was named a Second League all-Suburban League selection as a junior. 6

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Personal: Born on May 25th, 1989… parents are Manuel and Mariaelena Olague… siblings are Emmanuel, Lucy, and Ozzy… majoring in nursing… favorite quote is, “Change may not come when you want it, but it’s always on time.” – Anthony Hamilton.


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#14 Anna Rea

5’9” Sophomore Forward Long Beach - Millikan HS Cypress Highlights: Won an Orange Empire Conference Championship with the Chargers in 2008. High School Highlights: A four year letter winner for the Rams… was named the team’s Most Inspirational as a sophomore… named Junior Most Valuable Player… was the Defensive Player of the Year as a Senior Captain… also excelled academically on the Principal’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born on April 24th, 1990… parents are Lorri and Robert Rea… siblings are Allison and Tony… majoring in Dental Hygiene… came to Cypress because, “they have three state championships, a really good coaching staff, and they can help me with my future opportunities in my life.”

#17 Sasha Key

5’6” Sophomore Midfielder Huntington Beach - Huntington Beach HS At Santiago Canyon: Appeared in the state finals with the Hawks in 2007. High School Highlights: A four-year letter-winner with the Oilers… a Second Team all-Sunset League selection… named the team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player… also played for the JSC club. Personal: Born on November 17th, 1988… mother is Cheryl Scott... brother is Shane… majoring in radiology.

#20 Amber Lopez

5’4” Sophomore Forward Bellflower - Valley Christian HS At Cal State San Marcos: Appeared in fifteen games with the Cougars in 2008… was a scholar athlete on the Dean’s List. High School Highlights: Led the Crusaders to two CIF Championships… a two-time First Team allOlympic Team selection… a First Team all-CIF selection as a junior and second team as a senior… holds the school record for most games played… earned the Coaches’ Award as a junior… also played for the Wolfpack Club Team winning a Surf Cup Championship and a Premier League Championship. Personal: Born on May 5th, 1990… parents are Stan and Carol Lopez… sister is Nicole… majoring in business economics… also enjoys snowboarding and wakeboarding.

#23 Starr Gonzales

5’3” Sophomore Goalkeeper/Forward Pico Rivera - El Rancho HS Cypress Highlights: Allowed no goals and made two saves in 75 minutes for the Chargers in 2008. High School Highlights: A four year starter for the Dons… a two-time First Team all-Del Rio League selection and one time second team selection… a two-time team Most Valuable Player for El Rancho… also excelled in Volleyball.

Personal: Born on October 26th, 1990… parents are Maximo and Lillian Gonzales… siblings are Maximo, Jude, and Rainn… majoring in Biology… also enjoys beading.

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FRESHMEN #Chelsea Broghamer

5’5” Freshman Goalkeeper San Dimas - St. Lucy’s Priory High School Highlights: A three-year letter-winner for the Monarchs… a Second Team all-Sierra League selection… earned the team’s Coaches’ Award… also played for the OC Premier Club. Personal: Born on September 8th, 1990… parents are Bill and Rose Broghamer… brother is Cody… major is undecided… also enjoys painting, drawing, and snowboarding.

#2 Megan Hughes

5’7” Freshman Defender Garden Grove - Pacifica HS High School Highlights: A three-year standout for the Mariners… led Pacifica to two straight Empire League championships… was named First Team all-Empire League and First Team all-CIF as a senior… honored as the team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player as the team’s captain as a senior… named to the Southern California Senior All-Star Team… also played for the Long Beach Soccer Club. Personal: Born on April 13th, 1991… parents are Kent and Kelly Hughes… sister is McKenna… majoring in kinesiology… came to Cypress “because it’s a good team with high expectations and a winning tradition.”

#7 Nayeli Meza

5’0” Freshman Forward/Midfielder Norwalk - Santa Fe HS High School Highlights: A four-year standout for the Chiefs… was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and team captain as a senior and the school’s Athlete of the Year… honored as the Del Rio League’s Defensive Player of the Year… named to the Whittier Daily News’s All-Area team… was a two-time Second Team All-Del Rio League player… named the team’s Most Inspirational Player as a sophomore… also participated in volleyball and track. Personal: Born on August 13th, 1991… parents are Olga and Fernando Meza… siblings are Kenley and Freissy… majoring in nursing… came to Cypress for the “great program and their records.”

#11 Jessica Murphy

5’6” Freshman Midfielder Anaheim Hills - Canyon HS High School Highlights: A four-year letter-winner for the Comanches… named a Second Team allCentury League selection as a sophomore… earned a Scholar Athlete award… played for the OSC United club as the captain. Personal: Born on July 9th, 1990… parents are Heather and Garry Murphy… siblings are Michael, Matthew, and Mark… major is undecided… also enjoys reading, shopping, and the movies.

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#13 Kristina Roche

5’5” Freshman Midfielder/Defender Costa Mesa - Costa Mesa HS High School Highlights: A four-year standout for the Mustangs… named First Team all-Orange Coast League and second team all-CIF… honored as the team’s Most Valuable Player… excelled academically on the Honor Roll… also played on the Palos Verdes Soccer Club. Personal: Born on January 5th, 1991… parents are John and Suzie Roche… siblings are Katie and John… majoring in nursing… also enjoys the beach.

#15 Hina Lilii

5’6” Freshman Midfielder/Defender La Palma - Kennedy HS High School Highlights: A four-year letter-winner for the Fighting Irish… a First Team all-Empire League selection and team captain as a junior… led the OC Premier to the Surf Cup Finals. Personal: Born on May 26th, 1991… father is James Lilii… siblings are James, Jordan, and Vanessa… major is undecided… also enjoys watching movies.

#16 ChristiAna Lang

5’4” Freshman Defender Temecula - Temecula Valley HS High School Highlights: A three-year varsity standout for the Golden Bears… a First Team all-Southwestern League selection as a senior as the team’s captain… named to the second team as a junior… led Temecula Valley to an undefeated CIF championship as a junior… excelled academically as the school’s English Student of the Year… also participated in choir… played on the OJSC Barcelona club and FC San Diego. . Personal: Born on November 6th, 1989… sister is Danielle… majoring in cultural anthropology… came to Cypress “to play at the highest level possible, to push myself, and to prepare properly for the next level.”

#18 Angie Silva

5’7” Freshman Forward Norwalk - Santa Fe HS High School Highlights: A four-year standout with the Chiefs… a First Team all-Del Rio League and all-Area player as a senior… was named the team’s Best Offensive Player and the Captain for Santa Fe… was twice named the team’s Most Inspirational Player… a Second Team all-League selection as a freshman… played on the Anaheim Soccer Club Express and the Whittier Soccer Club… also participated in track.

Personal: Born on September 10th, 1991… parents are Angela and Gustavo Silva… has five siblings… majoring in special education… also enjoys rollerblading and bike riding.

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#19 Lindsey Ault

5’4” Freshman Midfielder Temecula - Chaparral HS High School Highlights: A four-year letter winner with the Pumas and Edison High School… a second team all-Southwestern Conference selection… also played on the Orange County Premier Club Team. Personal: Born on March 28th, 1991… parents are Mark and Trena Ault… siblings are Morgan and Brooke… major is undecided… also enjoys snowboarding.

#21 Michelle Hampton 5’3” Freshman Forward La Mirada - La Mirada HS

High School Highlights: A three-year standout for the Matadores… named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player as a senior… selected First Team all-Suburban League… named Most Improved as a sophomore… excelled academically on Honor Roll… also played on the Cypress Soccer Club. Personal: Born on January 5th, 1991… parents are Janete and Ted Hampton… has one brother… major is undecided… also interested in photography and writing.

#22 Vanessa Corona

5’2” Freshman Forward Beaumont - Beaumont HS High School Highlights: A four-year standout for the Cougars… a two-time First Team all-Mountain Pass League selection… named First Team all-CIF… holds the Riverside County single season scoring record (64 goals, 39 assists)… also played for the OCP club team. Personal: Parents are Deborah and Ted Small… has four siblings… majoring in zoology.

#24 Lauren Roblero

5’2” Freshman Midfielder La Habra - Sunny Hills HS High School Highlights: A four-year standout for the Lancers… led La Habra to three straight Freeway League championships… won a CIF championship as a sophomore and was a finalist as a senior… a First Team all-Freeway League selection and Second Team all-County as a senior. Personal: Born on August 24th, 1991… parents are Gabriel and Josie Roblero… siblings are Jazz, Brittany, Miles, Jacob, and Savanna… major is undecided… came to cypress because “the coaching staff is amazing and the tradition they hold is key to a great team and program.”

RS Amanda McDonough

5’3” Freshman Redshirt Long Beach - Los Alamitos HS High School Highlights: A two-year letter-winner with the Griffins… the team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior… a First Team all-CIF selection… named First Team all-Sunset League… a Press Telegram Dream

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Team selection… led the Griffins to the CIF Finals and State Regional Semi-Finals… also played for the Slammer Soccer Club. Personal: Born on September 27th, 1990… parents are Rich and Lear Ford… siblings are Kari, Richie, and Britney… majoring in photography.


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2008 SEASON REVIEW 2008 Points Leaders

Player Casey Kiehl Juliane Adams Catrina Flores Amanda LoBello Jackiee Roman Samantha Bock Nicole Weil Alexandria Roque Diana Gallegos Olivia Green Elizabeth Ledezma Kari Wathen Ariana Olague Katelyn Rinehart Mayra Araiza Samantha Jones

Whitney Joslin Ashley Llanes Starr Gonzales

Goals 8 6 6 4 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Assists 4 2 1 5 2 4 2 2 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 1

Goalkeeper Stats Minutes 1115 105 55

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Points 20 14 13 13 8 8 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

Goals Against 1 0 0

Season Review

hough the Chargers had another successful year in 2008 including and Orange Empire Conference Championship, Cypress failed to reach the standards they had set for themselves. For the second season in a row, Cypress fell in the second round thanks to penalty kicks. The team was denied a trip to the State Tournament where they had been every year between 1994 and 2006. The 2008 Chargers exceeded their tie record from 2007 with five and a total record of 18-1-5.

GAA 0.08 0.00 0.00

Saves 47 5 3

The season started well with four straight wins before hitting a road bump with two straight ties to San Bernardino Valley and then Santa Barbara. Cypress stumbled again in conference losing to Fullerton for the first time in program history and then tying Riverside. Cypress battled to a 0-0 tie against Santiago Canyon in the first round and then won seven straight before the dramatic face-off with the Hawks to end conference. With the conference championship on the line, Cypress came through with a 1-0 win with a share of the conference title. Cypress shut out Santa Monica in the first round of playoffs setting themselves up for another dramatic matchup against Santiago Canyon. After a 90 minute draw with no goals scored, it came down to penalty kicks. The Chargers failed to convert ending their season and strengthening their rivalry with the Hawks.

2008 Results

Orange Empire Conference First Team Casey Kiehl, Whitney Joslin Nicole Weil Second Team Juliane Adams Amanda LoBello Katelyn Rinehart Diana Gallegos

Day Date Opponent Location Friday 8/29 Miramar Miramar Wednesday 9/3 Mt. Sac Mt. Sac Friday 9/5 Solano Solano Sunday 9/7 West Valley West Valley Tuesday 9/9 San Bernardino Valley SB Valley Friday 9/12 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Tuesday 9/16 *Orange Coast Cypress Friday 9/19 *Santa Ana Santa Ana Friday 9/26 *Irvine Valley Irvine Valley Tuesday 9/30 *Fullerton Fullerton Friday 10/3 *Riverside Cypress Tuesday 10/7 *Golden West Cypress Friday 10/10 *Saddleback Saddleback Tuesday 10/14 *Santiago Canyon Cypress Friday 10/17 *Orange Coast Orange Coast Tuesday 10/21 *Santa Ana Cypress Tuesday 10/28 *Irvine Valley Cypress Friday 10/31 *Fullerton Cypress Tuesday 11/4 *Riverside Riverside Friday 11/7 *Golden West Golden West Tuesday 11/11 *Saddleback Cypress Friday 11/14 *Santiago Canyon Santiago Canyon Saturday 11/22 SoCal Regionals - Santa Monica Cypress Tuesday 11/25 SoCal Regionals - Santiago Canyon Cypress * indicates Orange Empire Conference Games

Time W 2-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 4-0 T 2-2 T 0-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 6-0 L 0-1 T 0-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 T 0-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 4-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 T 0-0, 1-4 PKs

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-0-1 4-0-2 5-0-2, 1-0 6-0-2, 2-0 7-0-2, 3-0 7-1-2, 3-1 7-1-3, 3-1-1 8-1-3, 4-1-1 9-1-3, 5-1-1 9-1-4, 5-1-2 10-1-4, 6-1-2 11-1-4, 7-1-2 12-1-4, 8-1-2 13-1-4, 9-1-2 14-1-4, 10-1-2 15-1-4, 11-1-2 16-1-4, 12-1-2 17-1-4, 13-1-2 18-1-4 18-1-5

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PROGRAM HISTORY Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total:

Record 11-5-3 20-2 23-0-2 20-0-3 18-3-3 17-1-1 20-2-3 24-0-2 27-0 25-1-1 24-1-2 24-1-1 19-1-2 22-1-1 23-2-2 24-2-2 18-2-4 18-1-5 377-25-37

OEC Record (finish) 6-4-2 (fourth) 12-0 (first) 12-0 (first) 14-0-2 (first) 8-2 (second) 9-0-1 (first) 10-0-2 (first) 12-0 (first) 12-0 (first) 13-0-1 (first) 15-0-1 (first) 15-0-1 (first) 12-0-2 (first) 14-1-1 (first) 14-1-1 (second) 13-1-2 (second) 13-2-1 (second) 13-1-2 (first) 215-12-19

Playoffs None 1-1 (Regional Finals) 2-0-1 (State Finals) 0-0-1 (First Round) 1-1-1 (State semifinals) 2-1 (State semifinals) 2-1 (State semifinals) 3-0-1 (State Champions) 4-0 (State & National Champions) 2-1 (State semifinals) 4-1 (State Finals) 4-1 (State Finals) 3-1 (State semifinals) 5-0 (State Champions) 4-1 (State Finals) 4-1 (State Finals) 1-0-1 (Second Round) 1-0-1 (Second Round) 43-10-6

Coach Ray Haas 1941-2004

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ay Haas, the highly successful architect of the Cypress College Women’s Soccer program, passed away June 4, 2004 at the age of 62. In his 12 years leading the Chargers, Haas directed Cypress to one national title, two California State Championships, and two State Runner-up Finishes. The college also made five state semi-final appearances. His squads won 10 Orange Empire Conference crowns and compiled an unTeam Most Valuable Players 1991 Stacy Darin 1992 Brandi Yates 1993 Pam Prine 1994 Pam Prine, Tracy Van Herk 1995 Colby Morgon, Wendy Polnaszek 1996 Vedda Desatoff 1997 Vedda Desatoff 1998 Jane Specht 1999 Jane Specht 2000 Tymarie Novak 2001 Shannon Leslie 2002 Shannon Leslie 2003 Brooke Johns 2004 Beth Wagenhoffer 2005 Sarah Balderas, Erin Dupont 2006 Tiffany Craig 2007 Samantha Jones 2008 Whitney Joslin 12

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beaten streak of 106 games in OEC action. Haas, a three-time CCA Coach of the Year posted a record of 248-16-21. He was featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd on January 17, 2000. Haas worked as diligently to help his players receive scholarships as he did in any other facet of his coaching routine. He proudly pointed out that more than 75 percent of his athletes played on scholarships at four-year colleges or universities. NSCAA All-Americans 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1998 1999 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Beth Wagenhoffer

Amy Wagner Amy Wagner Pam Prine Pam Prine Wendy Polnaszek Jane Specht Jane Specht Alie Nunez Alie Nunez Angela Orr Randi Johns Brooke Johns Beth Wagenhoffer


CYPRESS CHARGERS

CHARGERS MOVING ON 1994 - Rachel Bush - Chapman 1994 - Michael Cunningham - Chapman 1994 - Carrie Fair - Chapman 1994 - April O’Brien - Cal State Chico 1994 - Traci Osman - UCLA 1994 - Pamela Prine - UC Irvine 1994 - Erica Roberge - Cal State Los Angeles 1994 - Christine Rowe - Cal State Fullerton 1994 - Leah Russell - Azusa Pacific 1994 - Lori Van Herk - Westmont 1994 - Tracy Van Herk - Chapman 1994 - Kimberly D. Wyer - Chapman 1995 - Wendy Polnaszek - UCLA 1996 - Val Brice - Creighton University Nebraska 1996 - Carrie Hurst - St. Mary’s 1996 - Jessica Lubman - Southern California College 1996 - Irene Morales - San Francisco State 1996 - Colby Morgan - San Jose State 1996 - Audry Sinclair - Cal State Fullerton 1996 - Erin Wright - Chico State 1997 - Vedda Desatoff - San Diego State 1997 - Lori Harris - Pepperdine 1997 - Felicia Madrigal - UNLV 1997 - Sheri Smith - Long Beach State 1998 - Tami Askey - Long Beach State 1998 - Trisha Forni - San Jose State 1998 - Wendy Matis - Long Beach State 1998 - Heather Mears - Long Beach State 1998 - Erica Ortega - CSU San Bernardino 1998 - Nicole Terry - Arizona State 1998 - Alisha Van Tassel - UC Irvine 1999 - Lisa Hermen - Cal Poly Pomona 1999 - Kristen Holstrom - Jacksonville 1999 - Kelly McDannold - Biola 1999 - Kristie McMahan - CSU Dominguez Hills 1999 - Jennifer Nagle - William Woods, MO 1999 - Kim Needham - CSU Bakersfield 1999 - Jennifer Shaver - Vanguard 1999 - Jane Specht - San Diego State 1999 - Moe Ybarra - Missouri Southern State 1999 - Brooke Zaffina - Cal State Fullerton 2000 - Amy Burcham - Concordia 2000 - Monique Garciaparra - Chapman 2000 - Tymarie Novak - Arizona 2000 - Alie Nunez - UC Irvine 2000 - Harmony Renfrow - Hope International 2000 - Rebekah Rogers - CSU Bakersfield 2000 - Harmoni Vasquez - CSU Dominguez Hills 2000 - Megan Young - Chapman 2001 - Jadyn Alexander - Chico State 2001 - Breanne Crowley - Chapman 2001 - Rian Knape - CSU Northridge 2001 - Sarah Moranville - William Woods, MO 2001 - Kelly Nunn - San Jose State 2001 - Angela Orr - Chico State 2001 - Janelle Raaff - Chico State 2001 - Holly Rife - Cal Poly Pomona

2002 - Jessica Chase - CSU San Bernardino 2002 - Randi Johns - UC Santa Barbara 2002 - Shannon Leslie - San Jose State 2002 - Julie Lloyd - Long Beach State 2002 - Stacy Pelphrey - CSU San Bernardino 2002 - Sadye Reish - Pacific 2002 - Kyley Remington - Brigham Young 2002 - Ashley Twogood - CSU San Bernardino 2003 - Michele Chapman - Ottowa (KS) 2003 - Nataly Clavel - University of La Verne 2003 - Renee Haynes - CSU Dominguez Hills 2003 - Brooke Johns - University of Hartford 2003 - Cynthia Pinkney - San Jose State 2003 - Andrea Serrano - Menlo Park 2003 - Katie Roche - CSU Dominguez Hills 2004 - Cathi Dragna - Cal State Fullerton 2004 - Kristy Miller - Indiana State 2004 - Heather Miller - Austin Peay 2004 - Lauren Miller - San Francisco State 2004 - Candice Silva - San Francisco State 2004 - Krystle Vance - Long Beach State 2004 - Beth Wagenhoffer - Indiana State 2004 - Jackie Whynot - UC Davis 2005 - Sarah Balderas - San Francisco State 2005 - Erin Dupont - Idaho State 2005 - Rilesha Haynie - Cal State Northridge 2005 - Katelyn Krauss - Cal State San Marcos 2005 - Randi Leyva - Cal State San Marcos 2005 - Annica Perez - Cal State San Marcos 2005 - Krista Rojas - Cal State Dominguez Hills 2005 - Tessa Smith - Cal State San Marcos 2006 - Tiffany Craig - Cal State Fullerton 2006 - Brittney Elder - Vanguard University 2006 - Cassie McKay - Cal State Dominguez Hills 2006 - Yvonne Vasquez - Cal State Dominguez Hills 2007 - Amanda Martinez - Whittier College 2008 - Samantha Bock - Long Island University

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Single Game Records Goals Scored 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Sheri Smith vs. Santa Ana, 1997 Tymarie Novak vs. San Bernardino Valley, 1999 Alie Nunez vs. San Bernardino Valley, 1999 Alie Nunez vs. San Diego Mesa, 1999 Alie Nunez vs. Santiago Canyon, 2000 Holly Rife vs. Golden West, 2001 Randi Johns vs. Fullerton, 2001 Cynthia Pinkney vs. Golden West, 2003 Beth Wagenhoffer vs. Saddleback, 2004

Assists 6 4 4 4

Cynthia Pinkney vs. Golden West, 2003 Lori Harris vs. Rio Hondo, 1997 Alie Nunez vs. Irvine Valley, 1999 Randi Johns vs. Victor Valley 2002

Team Goals Scored 17

vs. Golden West, 2001

Single Season Records Goals Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8.

Alie Nunez Alie Nunez Jane Specht Cynthia Pinkney Tymarie Novak Sheri Smith Jane Specht Vedda Desatoff Brandi Yates Laurie Wilson

39 32 29 27 26 25 24 23 23 23

1999 2000 1999 2003 1999 1997 1998 1997 1992 1992

Assists 1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 7. 7.

Cynthia Pinkney Alie Nunez Randi Johns Beth Wagenhoffer Vedda Desatoff Kristi McMahan Renee Haynes Lisa Herman Nicole Terry Tracy Van Herk

24 24 23 21 21 28 17 17 17 17

2003 1999 2002 2004 1997 1999 2003 1999 1998 1994

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Alie Nunez Alie Nunez Cynthia Pinkney Jane Specht Tymarie Novak Vedda Desatoff Randi Johns Laurie Wilson Jane Specht Sheri Smith

102 79 78 71 68 67 65 62 60 58

1999 2000 2003 1999 1999 1997 2002 1992 1998 1997

Career Scoring Goals Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Alie Nunez Jane Specht Tymarie Novak Randi Johns Cynthia Pinkney Veda Desatoff Laurie Wilson Katelyn Krauss Tiffany Craig Colby Morgan

71 53 44 42 41 41 40 38 35 32

1999-00 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 2002-03 1996-97 1991-92 2004-05 2005-06 1995-96

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 10.

Alie Nunez Randi Johns Cynthia Pinkney Vedda Desatoff Nicole Terry Yvonne Vasquez Lisa Hermen Beth Wagenhoffer Tracy Van Herk Renee Haynes

39 37 36 34 33 30 30 29 29 28

1999-00 2001-02 2002-03 1996-97 1997-98 2005-06 1998-99 2003-04 1993-94 2002-03

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Alie Nunez Jane Specht Randi Johns Cynthia Pinkney Vedda Desatoff Tymarie Novak Laurie Wilson Katelyn Krauss Lisa Hermen Brittney Elder

181 1999-00 131 1998-99 121 2001-02 118 2002-03 116 1996-97 114 1999-00 106 1991-92 92 2004-05 88 1998-99 86 2005-06

Goalkeeping Single Season Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

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Amy Kicyla Angela Orr Whitney Joslin Jackie James Jessica Lubman Kassandra Imbrogno Kassandra Imbrogno Angela Orr Amy Kicyla Maureen Ybarra

111 1991 97 2001 95 2008 83 2002 80 1995 70 2006 68 2006 67 2000 60 1992 60 1999

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Career Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Amy Kicyla Angela Orr Kassandra Imbrogno Jackie James Jessica Lubman WHitney Joslin April O’Brien Maureen Ybarra Kari Bates

171 1991-92 164 2000-01 138 2006-07 134 2002-03 116 1995-96 95* 2008 94 1993-94 91 1998-99 68 1996-97

Single Season Shutouts 1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 5.

Kassandra Imbrogno Anglea Orr Jessica Lubman Jackie James Jackie James Angela Orr

Career Shutouts

20 2006 20 2001 17 1995 16 2002 15 2003 15 2000

1. Angela Orr 35 2000-01 2. Jackie James 31 2002-03 3. Kassandra Imbrogno 30 2006-07


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CHARGER ATHLETICS

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ypress Community College boasts a well rounded physical education curriculum along with a successful sports program featuring 13 intercollegiate teams and a strong support staff of professionals. The school also has a wheelchair basketball program. Student-athletes are provided quality individual instruction, the chance to develop to their full potential and the opportunity to earn a four-year college or university scholarship. Cypress, which offers seven sports for women and six for men, has had a 2006 Softball State Champions solid line-up of teams and individual athletes who have excelled since the college first opened its doors in 1966. In recent years, the baseball, softball, women’s soccer and women’s basketball programs have taken center stage. In 1997 the baseball and softball squads, coached by brothers Scott and Brad Pickler, captured state championships. The baseball crown was the third of the 1990s under the direction of Scott Pickler who has over 700 wins in his 22 years at the school and captured the state championship again in 2003. Trevor Hoffman of the San Diego Padres, who played at Cypress in 1986 and 1987, is a four-time Major League all-star and holds the Major League record for career saves. Brad Pickler, 2004 Soccer State Champions in his 19 campaigns, has also had a great deal of success. He has led the softball team to five state titles while winning over 800 games. The Chargers were the first California school to capture three consecutive state championships (1997, 1998, 1999). Cypress only started playing intercollegiate women’s soccer in 1991, but the late Ray Haas quickly built the program into a consistent winner. The Chargers won State Championships in 1998, 1999 and 2004. Cypress’ 27-0 season in 1999 was rewarded with a No. 1 national ranking by the National Soccer Coaches As- 2005 Basketball State Champions sociation of America. Cypress captured its first women’s basketball championship in 2005. Margaret Mohr’s team set a school record with 28 wins against five defeats. Cypress enjoys strong support from the community and student body, who are part of the traditionally popular athletic program. 2003 Baseball State Champions

1977 Basketball State Champions

Cypress College State Championships Archery - 1979 Baseball - 1991, 1994, 1997, 2003 Men’s Basketball - 1977, 1980 Women’s Basketball - 2005 Women’s Golf - 1997 Women’s Soccer - 1998, 1999, 2004 Softball - 1991, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2006

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Cypress College Established in 1966, Cypress College is a full-service community college offering Associate degrees and certificate programs as well as a place for students to complete their lower division general education before transferring to a four-year institution. The college sits on 110 acres of land and is composed of 12 major instructional buildings which house both traditional classrooms and laboratory facilities for science, art, computer technology, photography, mortuary science and other programs. The college has also grown from an initial enrollment of 1,600 to a current student body in excess of 13,000.

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Cypress Women’s Soccer 2009 Schedule Day

Date Opponent

Location

Time

Friday

9/4

Miramar

Miramar

1:00 pm

Tuesday

9/8

Chaffey

Cypress

3:00 pm

Thursday 9/10 DeAnza

DeAnza

3:30 pm

Friday

9/11 Foothill

Foothill

3:30 pm

Sunday

9/13 West Valley

West Valley

1:00 pm

Friday

9/18 *Saddleback

Cypress

3:00 pm

Tuesday

9/22 *Orange Coast

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

9/25 *Golden West

Golden West

6:00 pm

Tuesday

9/29 *Irvine Valley

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

10/2 *Riverside

Riverside

3:00 pm

Tuesday

10/6 *Santa Ana

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

10/9 *Santiago Canyon

Santiago Canyon 3:00 pm

Tuesday

10/13 *Fullerton

Cypress

3:00 pm

Tuesday

10/20 *Saddleback

Saddleback

3:00 pm

Friday

10/23 *Orange Coast

Orange Coast

3:00 pm

Tuesday

10/27 *Golden West

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

10/30 *Irvine Valley

Irvine Valley

3:00 pm

Tuesday

11/3 *Riverside

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

11/6 *Santa Ana

Santa Ana

3:00 pm

Tuesday

11/10 *Santiago Canyon

Cypress

3:00 pm

Friday

11/13 *Fullerton

Fullerton

3:00 pm

Saturday 11/21 SoCal Regionals

TBA

TBA

Tuesday

TBA

TBA

Saturday 11/28 SoCal Regional Finals TBA

TBA

Fri-Sun

TBA

11/24 SoCal Regionals

12/4-6 State Championships TBA

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