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Seniors Jeanette Salgado, Theresa Wappett, Kelsey Gibson, Candace Wyre

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Interim Head Coach First Season Head Coach Fourth Season Overal B.A. | Wesley ‘07 M.S. | Delaware State ‘11

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Katelyn Koslosky

Mekayla McAdoo

GK | 5-7 Sophomore East Islip, N.Y. East Islip H.S.

GK | 5-4 Freshman New Castle, Del. Concord H.S.

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Kelly Pelz-Butler

Julia Bossert

Candance Wyre

Kaitlyn Corder

M | 5-3 Junior Silver Spring, Md. Montgomery Blair H.S.

M | 5-4 Freshman Kendall Park, N.J. S. Brunswick H.S.

F | 5-3 Senior Smyrna, Del. Smyrna H.S.

DF | 5-4 Redshirt Freshman Felton, Del. Lake Forest H.S.

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Theresa Wappett

Kelsey Gibson

Gabi Pinto

Kaitlyn Schech

F | 5-2 Senior Queensbury, N.Y. Queensbury H.S.

M | 5-1 Senior Elizabethtown, N.Y. Elizabeth Lewis Central H.S.

M | 5-0 Sophomore Bear, Del. Alexis I. DuPont H.S.

M | 5-8 Junior Abingdon, Md. Harford Tech H.S.

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Taylor Melton

Morgan Durham

Darcy Pelz-Butler

Taylor Addison

DF | 5-8 Sophomore Havre de Grace, Md. Harford Tech H.S.

DF | 5-8 Freshman Clayton, N.J. Clayton H.S.

DF | 5-6 Junior Silver Spring, Md. Montgomery Blair H.S.

F | 5-8 Freshman Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Cardinal Spellman H.S.

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Caitlin LaFountain

Chelsea Boursiquot

Katie Melore

Tere’ Crawford

M | 5-4 Freshman Dover, Del. Polytech H.S.

F | 5-6 Sophomore Stratford, Conn. Bunnell H.S.

DF | 5-4 Junior New Windsor, N.Y. John S. Burke Catholic H.S.

M | 5-4 Freshman Dover, Del. Dover H.S.

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Danielle Valente DF | 5-6 Freshman Wallingford, Conn. Mark T. Sheehan H.S.

MD | 5-3 Senior Bergenfield, N.J. Bergenfield H.S.

F | 5-3 Sophomore Bayside, N.Y. Bayside H.S.

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2012 DELAWARE STATE SOCCER QUICK FACTS Location ................................................................... Dover, Del. 19901 Founded ........................................................................................... 1891 Enrollment....................................................................................... 4,000 Affiliation......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference .............................................................Great West (GWC) Nickname.................................................................................... Hornets Colors ................................... Columbia Blue (299) and Red (485) Home Field ................. Alumni Stadium (7,000/Artificial A-Turf ) President ..............................................................Dr. Harry L. Williams Athletics Director............................................................Candy Young Faculty Representative .................................................Dr. Jan Blade

2011 Season in Review

Overall Record ............................................................................. 2-15-2 GWC Record | Finish ........................................................1-4-1 | Sixth Home/Away........................................................................ 2-7-1 | 0-8-1 Postseason Play...................................................................................0-1 Lost first round of GWC Tournament, 0-1, to SCSU

2012 Season Preview

Starters Returning/Lost ...................................................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................................................... 13/6 Newcomers ..............................................................................................7 Top Returnees...... Chelsea Boursiquot (F), Katelyn Koslosky (G), Jeanette Salgado (MD), Theresa Wappett (MF) Key losses ............. Michelle Giorgilli (MF), Randall Marshall (DF)

DSU Women’s Soccer History

First Year of Soccer ....................................................................... 2002 All-Time Record ..................................................................... 18-130-8 All-Time Great West Record ................................................... 1-17-2 All-Time Great West Tourn. Record ............................................. 0-2 United Soccer Conference (‘05-’08)......................................... 5-15 2012 CREDITS The 2012 Delaware State University Women’s Soccer Media Guide was designed and edited by Maggie Hayon, Sports Information Director. Written content and editorial assistance was provided by Dennis Jones, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. The DSU Athletics Media Relations Office would like to thank the Great West Conference, opposing teams sports information offices and the Kent County (Del.) Tourism Office for providing information. Photography credits: Rodney Adams (All-Pro Photography), Mike Baker (C.M. Baker Photography), Carlos Holmes (DSU Director of News Services), Megan Raymond, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, Di Zhu.

TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION Media Information........................................................................................ 2 2012 Roster...................................................................................................... 3 Pronunciation Guide.................................................................................... 3 2012 Outlook.............................................................................................. 4-6 2012 HORNETS Interim Head Coach Peter Hulem ........................................................... 7 Returning Players....................................................................................8-20 Chelsea Boursiquot .................................................................. 8 Kelsey Gibson.............................................................................. 9 Katelyn Koslosky.......................................................................10 Katie Melore...............................................................................11 Taylor Melton.............................................................................12 Darcy Pelz-Butler......................................................................13 Kelly Pelz-Butler........................................................................14 Gabi Pinto...................................................................................15 Lauren Price...............................................................................16 Jeanette Salgado......................................................................17 Kaitlyn Schech...........................................................................18 Theresa Wappett......................................................................19 Candace Wyre............................................................................20 Newcomers............................................................................................. 21-24 2012 Opponents................................................................................... 25-29 GREAT WEST CONFERENCE The GWC.........................................................................................................30 2011 GWC Standings/Statistics..............................................................30 HORNET HISTORY 2011 Results..................................................................................................31 Season by Season Results........................................................................32 All-Time Opponents...................................................................................33 Hornet Records............................................................................................34 All-Time Roster.............................................................................................35 All-Time Coaches.........................................................................................35 DELAWARE STATE ATHLETICS Athletics Director Candy Young ............................................................36 Athletic Administration.............................................................................37 Staff Directory...............................................................................................38 Academic Services......................................................................................39 Compliance...................................................................................................40 Sports Medicine...........................................................................................41 Strength & Conditioning..........................................................................42 Facilities..........................................................................................................43 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY President Dr. Harry L. Williams................................................................44 About DSU.............................................................................................. 45-47 DOVER, DELAWARE About the City....................................................................................... 48-49

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Mailing Address Phone: (302) 857-6068; 857-6239 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Fax: (302) 857-6069 Dover, DE 19901-2277 Web: www.DSUHornets.com

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MEDIA RELATIONS dennis jones

Assistant AD for Media Relations Office | (302) 857-6068 Cell | (302) 270-6088 djones@desu.edu

maggie hayon

Sports Information Director Women’s Soccer Contact Office | (302) 857-6239 Cell | (920) 912-6635 mhayon@desu.edu

Mailing Address:

DSU Athletic Media Relations 1200 N. DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901-2277 Office Fax | (302) 857-6039

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The 2012 Delaware State University Women’s Soccier Media Guide is designed to assist members of the media in its coverage of Hornet Soccer.

Please call at least one day in advance for all phone interviews. The DSU Athletic Media Relations Office will NOT distribute home/cell numbers for players or coaches. All phone interviews should be conducted during those times reserved for general media interview sessions. Calling players at their homes or on their cell phones will NOT be tolerated.

The DSU Athletics Media Relations office maintains information on all current studentathletes, as well as historical information on previous athletes and the program in general. Any additional information, including interTHE DSU DORMITORIES, LOCKER ROOM, view requests, releases and photographs may WEIGHT ROOM AND TRAINING ROOM ARE be obtained by contacting the DSU Athletic OFF LIMITS TO THE MEDIA AT ALL TIMES. Media Relations Office. Please take a moment to review the following policies and services STATISTICS AND SERVICES that are intended to assist you in your cover- Complete statistics, play-by-play, post-game age of Hornet Soccer this season. quotes, game notes, programs and media guides will be available at all DSU home INTERVIEWS games. A game recap/story along with statisALL interviews should be scheduled at least tics will be sent to media outlets and others 24 hours in advance through the DSU Athletic requested by the visiting sports information Media Relations Office. director. Live statistics are available on a game-by-game basis at DSUHornets.com. The best time to interview interim head coach Peter Hulem or student-athletes in-season is after practice. Typically, the team practices from 6 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. There are NO player interviews prior to games.

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No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous School 00 Katelyn Koslosky GK 5-7 So. East Islip, N.Y./East Islip H.S. 1 Mekayla McAdoo G 5-4 Fr. New Castle, Del./ Concord H.S. 2 Kelly Pelz-Butler M 5-3 Jr. Silver Spring, Md./Montgomery Blair H.S. 3 Julia Bossert M 5-4 Fr. Kendall Park, N.J./ South Brunswick H.S. 6 Candace Wyre F 5-3 Sr. Smyrna, Del./Smyrna H.S. 7 Kaitlyn Corder DF 5-4 RFr. Felton, Del./Lake Forest H.S. 9 Theresa Wappett MF 5-2 Sr. Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury H.S. 10 Kelsey Gibson M 5-1 Sr. Elizabethtown, N.Y./Elizabeth Lewis Central H.S. 11 Maria Gabriela ‘Gabi’ Pinto M 5-0 So. Bear, Del./Alexis I. DuPont H.S. 12 Kaitlyn Schech M 5-8 Jr. Abingdon, Md./Harford Tech H.S. 13 Taylor Melton DF 5-8 So. Havre de Grace, Md./Harford Tech H.S. 14 Morgan Durham DF 5-8 Fr. Clayton, N.J./ Clayton H.S. 15 Darcy Pelz-Butler DF 5-6 Jr. Silver Spring, Md./Montgomery Blair H.S. 16 Taylor Addison F 5-8 Fr. Mt. Vernon, N.Y./ Cardinal Spellman H.S. 19 Caitlin LaFountain M 5-4 Fr. Dover, Del./Polytech H.S. 20 Chelsea Boursiquot F 5-6 So. Stratford, Conn./Bunnell H.S. 21 Kathryn ‘Katie’ Melore DF 5-4 Jr. New Windsor, N.Y./John S. Burke Catholic H.S. 22 Tere’ Crawford M 5-4 Fr. Dover, Del./ Dover H.S. 23 Danielle Valente DF 5-6 Fr. Wallingford, Conn./ Mark T. Sheehan H.S. 24 Jeanette Salgado MD 5-3 Sr. Bergenfield, N.J./Bergenfield H.S. 55 Lauren Price F 5-3 So. Bayside, N.Y./St. Mary’s H.S. Interim Head Coach: Peter Hulem | Wesley ‘07 | First Season HC | Fourth Season Overall BY CLASS Freshmen (7): Addison, Bossert, Crawford, Durham, La, Fountain, McAdoo, Valente Sophomores (6): Boursiquot, Corder Koslosky, Melton, Pinto, Price Juniors (4): Melore, D. Pelz-Butler, K. Pelz-Butler, Schech Seniors (4): Gibson, Salgado, Wappett, Wyre

BY STATE

CONNECTICUT (2): Boursiquot (Stratford), Valente (Wallingford) DELAWARE (6): McAdoo (New Castle), Corder (Felton), Crawford (Dover), LaFountain (Dover), Pinto (Bear), Wyre (Smyrna) NEW JERSEY (3): Bossert (Kendall Park), Durham (Clayton), Salgado (Bergenfield) NEW YORK (6): Addison (Mt. Vernon), Gibson (Elizabethtown), Koslosky (E. Islip), Melore (New Windsor), Price (Bayside), Wappett (Queensbury) MARYLAND (4): Melton (Havre de Grace), D. Pelz-Butler (Silver Spring), K. Pelz-Butler (Silver Spring), Schech (Abingdon)

PRONUNCIATIONS Chelsea Boursiquot Tere’ Crawford Caitlin LaFountain Kaitlyn Schech Candace Wyre Peter Hulem

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Taylor Addison Julia Bossert Chelsea Boursiquot Kaitlyn Corder Tere’ Crawford Morgan Durham Kelsey Gibson Katelyn Koslosky Caitlin LaFountain Mekayla McAdoo Katie Melore Taylor Melton Darcy Pelz-Butler Kelly Pelz-Butler Gabi Pinto Lauren Price Jeanette Salgado Kaitlyn Schech Danielle Valente Theresa Wappett Candace Wyre

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Despite winning just two games last season, the 2012 Delaware State University women’s soccer team has high expectations for the upcoming season. The Hornets, who have seven newcomers to their roster, lost just two starters and return 12 players.

Topping the list of returners for the Hornets are seniors Jeanette Salgado (Bergenfield, N.J.) and Candace Wyre (Smyrna, Del.) and sophomore Chelsea Boursiquot (Stratford, Conn.). The trio combined for 19 points last season, including eight goals.

GOALKEEPERS Despite her age, DSU returns arguably the best goalkeeper in the conference in sophomore Katelyn Koslosky (East Islip, N.Y.). Koslosky led the GWC and finished “We’re returning a strong core this sea- 24th in the nation with 113 saves (6.65 son,” remarked Hulem. “Our four seniors pg) as a true freshman, good for fourth are experienced and want to end their all-time on the DSU single season and DSU careers on top. We have a good group of girls and we’re ready to embark on a successful year.” Del State looks to continually improve their record as the squad posted a 2-15-2 overall record and were 1-4-1 in the Great West Conference in 2011. The one conference win was the first GWC victory in DSU history and it came in exciting fashion, knocking off the conference’s best in Utah Valley, 2-1, at Alumni Stadium.

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Additionally, a change in the coaching ranks puts former assistant coach Peter Hulem at the helm as the interim head coach.

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GOALKEEPERS No. Name 00 Katelyn Koslosky 1 Mekayla McAdoo

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career saves list, despite missing the first two games of the year with an injury. She also posted three shutouts on the season. “Katelyn has shown to be a consistent player on the field and has proven her worth time and time again as a dynamic individual that will help this program find success,” Hulem commented. Backing Koslosky up will be freshman Mekayla McAdoo (New Castle, Del.). McAdoo joins the Hornets from Concord High School where she was a three-time AllConference Second Team selection. As a senior, McAdoo was named the team MVP. DEFENDERS Leading the Del State defensive corps are returning juniors Katie Melore (New Windsor, N.Y.) and Darcy Pelz-Butler (Silver Spring, Md.). Pelz-Butler recorded five points during the 2011 campaign, including two goals. She also posted a .800 shots-on-goal percentage. “Darcy and Katie will be returning with plenty of experience and their development over the past two years will help our defense maintain its shape in the back,” Hulem stated. “They will also need to look

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Name Kaitlyn Corder Morgan Durham Katie Melore Taylor Melton Darcy Pelz-Butler Danielle Valente

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Leading the way are Wyre and Boursiquot, who each scored six points during the 2011 season. As a freshman, Boursiquot posted a .273 shot percentage and .636 shots-on-goal percentage. Wyre recorded 18 shots and seven shots-ongoal.

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Joining the trio for the 2012 season is sophomore Kaitlyn Corder and freshmen Morgan Durham (Clayton, N.J.) and Julia Bossert (Kendall Park, N.J.). A three-sport varsity athlete at Clayton High School, Durham helped lead her soccer team to two Tri-County Conference Championships. Additionally, Durham was a two-time Tri-County All-Star. She finished her time at CHS with 25 career goals and 28 career assists. Valente comes to the Hornets with eight career goals and 16 career assists through three seasons at Mark T. Sheehan High School. She missed her junior year with an injury. Hulem continued regarding his defense, “With the return of five defenders from the 2011 season, I am confident that our back line will be able to keep us in the matches for this coming season. We have added a few new faces to the defense and I believe their work together has the potential to exceed the previous years.

Another key to DSU’s success will be juniors Kelly Pelz-Butler (Silver Spring, Md.) and Kaitlyn Schech (Abingdon, Md.) and senior Kelsey Gibson (Elizabethtown, N.J.). The trio combined for eight points on three goals and two assists. Gibson led the way with a .714 shots-on-goal percentage. Also returning for Delaware State is sophomore Gabi Pinto (Bear, Del.). Pinto saw limited time in 2011 as she recovered from an injury.

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to find ways to get involved in the offense as well, when the opportunities are available. Also returning on the defensive end is sophomore Taylor Melton (Havre de Grace, Md.). Melton finished the year with one point on one assist.

The Hornets will be led by Salgado, who finished second on the team in 2011 with seven points on three goals and one assist. The senior tallied a .524 shots-ongoal percentage in all 18 games played.

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FORWARDS No. 16 20 19 55 6

Name Taylor Addison Chelsea Boursiquot Caitlin LaFountain Lauren Price Candance Wyre

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Also returning is sophomore Lauren Price (Bayside, N.Y.). Price saw action in 12 games last season and posted three shots, one on goal. The Hornets will welcome freshman newcomer Taylor Addison (Mt. Vernon, N.Y.) and Caitlin LaFountain (Dover, DE) to the team for the 2012 campaign. “As we have acquired two new forwards this year and a heightened emphasis in the offensive third, I trust that our forwards will have an even greater impact on the matches this season,” said Hulem. “For the work they have already put in during the summer and preseason, their efforts will show soon.” MIDFIELDERS Another strong suit for Del State will be the midfield as the team returns five upperclassmen and a sophomore.

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FORWARDS DSU returns some strength in the forwards position as they boast three returners and two newcomers.

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Name Julia Bossert Tere’ Crawford Kelsey Gibson Kelly Pelz-Butler Gabi Pinto Jeanette Salgado Kaitlyn Schech Theresa Wappett

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Joining the Hornets for their freshman seasons are Danielle Valente (Wallingford, Conn.) and Tere’ Crawford (Dover, Del.). “Our midfield this year is full of experience and with the leadership running through the middle of our field, we should be able to manage all situations on the defensive and offensive sides of the ball,” commented Hulem. The Hornets look to recover from the loss of senior Theresa Wappett (Queensbury, N.Y.), who will miss the season with a

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back injury. While they will miss her scoring abilities on the field, Wappett is sure to be an asset to DSU as she provides necessary support and leadership for her teammates on the sideline and in the locker-room.

The Blue Hens finished 2011 with a 107-4 overall record and were 5-3-3 in the CAA. Del State looks for their first victory in school history over UD and last season’s 2-0 loss shows the Blue Hens that the Hornets are raising the bar of their play.

“Even though Theresa won’t be able to help directly on the field this year, I have high expectations for her,” Hulem stated. “I know she will use her experiences to push the returners and guide the incoming players.”

DSU then travels north to Smithfield, R.I. to face Bryant Fri., Sept. 14 and Worchester, Mass. Sun., Sept. 16 to take on Holy Cross as they continue non-conference play.

Goldey-Beacom (Sept. 27) and Harcum (Oct. 6) to wrap up non-conference play. The Great West Conference slate begins Thursday, Oct. 11 as Del State takes on NJIT in Newark, N.J. The Highlanders finished the 2011 campaign with a 2-170 overall and 1-5-0 conference record to place last in the GWC. Their lone win came against the Hornets Oct. 7 in a 2-0 victory in Newark.

DSU hosts just two GWC contests this seaThe Hornets return home for a season- son in South Carolina State (Oct. 18) and SCHEDULE long four-game stretch as they host Rider Howard (Oct. 21). The two squads finThe Hornets kick off the regular season at (Sept. 21), Mount St. Mary’s (Sept. 23), ished third and fourth, respectively, in the Alumni Stadium for the second consecuconference last season. Sun., Oct. 21 will tive year as DSU hosts Manhattan Sunalso serve as senior day. day at 3 p.m. before traveling to Fairleigh Dickinson Fri., Aug. 31. The Hornets wrap up the regular season with a long-distance trip to Houston BapDSU returns to Alumni Stadium to postist (Oct. 27) and Utah Valley (Oct. 29). sibly their most difficult home contests UVU won the 2011 GWC title and finished of the year as they host Radford Sun., the season with an 11-8-1 overall and 5-1Sept. 2 and Route 1 Rival Delaware 0 conference record while HBU finished Sun., Sept. 9. second with an 11-8-1 overall and 4-1-1 conference record. DSU captured their The Highlanders finished the 2011 first GWC victory in school history as they campaign with their third Big South handed the Wolverines their lone conferRegular Season Championship, their ence loss of the season Oct. 20 in Dover. fourth Big South Tournament Championship and the fifth NCAA TournaDel State will continue their trip to ment Appearance in school history Orem, Utah as UVU hosts the 2012 following 15-6-1 (.705) overall Great West Conference Tournaand 8-2-0 (.800) conferment Nov. 2-5 at Clyde ence records. The Field. Hornets have not matched up with Radford In total, the Hornets are since the 2003 season and are scheduled for 15 regular season 0-2-0 overall against the Highlandcontests, including nine at home. ers. Del State faces four teams (FDU, Bryant, Holy Cross and Harcum) for the first time in regular season school history.

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2012 COACHING STAFF interim head coach | first season | fourth season overall | b.s. wesley college ‘08 | m.s. delaware state ‘11

2012-Pres. Delaware State University Interim women’s soccer head coach 2011-12 Women’s soccer assistant coach 2009-11 Women’s soccer graduate assistant coach 2003-08 Wesley College Varsity men’s soccer player 2008-09 Polytech High School Girl’s soccer head coach 2007-08 Girl’s soccer assistant coach

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Peter Hulem was named the Interim Head Coach July 1, 2012 and is in his fourth season overall on the Delaware State staff. Hulem joined the Hornets as a graduate assistant coach in the summer of 2009 under former DSU head coach Nitan Soni. In the summer of 2011, he was named the first assistant coach in DSU women’s soccer history. Additionally, Hulem was as the head coach for the CDSA Riptide Girls U15 team that won the 2011 State Cup. He also helped with the CDSA Shockwave Boys U13 team training in 2011. Prior to his time at Delaware State, Hulem served as an assistant and head coach for the Polytech High School girls soccer team in Woodside, Del. He was also a substitute teacher at Polytech. Hulem has also spent time as a counselor with Kent County Parks & Recreation and Gaithersburg Parks & Recreation. From 2003 to 2007 as a player at Wesley College in Dover, Hulem competed as a central defender for the Wolverines. He garnered Second Team All-ECAC honors in 2006, and First Team All-PAC honors during his senior year in 2007. He was also a part of the 2006 ECAC Championship Wesley team on which former Hornet head coach Nitan Soni served as an assistant. That squad was also the first in Wolverine history to achieve a top five regional ranking. Hulem finished his Wesley career with a B.A. in physical education with a minor in history. He most recently obtained his master’s in sports administration from Delaware State University in 2011. He also holds a NSCAA National Coaching C License.

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chelsea boursiquot

Individual Career History

5-6 | sophomore | forward | stratford, conn. | bunnell h.s. | movement sciences major

CAREER STATISTICS

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CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 1, three times, last vs. Utah Valley 10/20/11 Assists: N/A Points: 2, three times, last vs. Utah Valley 10/20/11 Shots: 2, three times, last vs. Utah Valley 10/20/11 Shots on Goal: 2, three times, last vs. Utah Valley 10/20/11

2011: Tied for team lead with three goals … recorded six points, tied for fourth on team … played in 17 games and started two as a freshman … scored first career goal against Towson on Sept. 2 … finished season with .636 shot on goal percentage (seven shots) and .273 shot percentage (11 shots). High School: Member of the soccer and track & field teams … was named All-Conference her senior season for soccer … soccer team made the SWC Finals and Class L Semi finals her senior year … recorded 27 career goals during two seasons … as a member of the track and field team, was named All-Conference as a sophomore, junior and senior and All-State as a sophomore … holds the school record in the 50m dash, 55m dash, 60m dash in addition to being a part of the 4x2 and 4x1 school record holding relays. Club: Played two seasons with the Yankee United/Academy. Personal: Born December 10, 1993 in Stamford, Conn. … daughter of Eddy and Sylvie Boursiquot … has three brothers, James, Jefferey and Princeley … brother, James, played soccer at Lesley University … graduated from Bunnell High School in Stratford, Conn. in 2011 … spent time with the women’s study group, RYASAP, while in high school … major at DSU is Movement Science … wants to become an Athletic Trainer or Physical Therapist upon graduation … spends free time with the SMILES group on campus.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-1 | senior | midfielder | elizabethtown, n.y. | elizabethtown lewis central h.s. | fashion merchandising major

CAREER STATISTICS

kelsey gibson

Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2009 18 0 0 0 17 .000 5 .294 0 0-0 2010 17 0 1 1 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 2011 18 0 1 1 14 .000 10 .714 0 0-0 TOTAL 53 0 2 2 37 .000 17 .459 0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: N/A Assists: 1, twice, last vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Points: 1, twice, last vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 4, twice, last at South Carolina State, 10/13/11 Shots on Goal: 4 at South Carolina State, 10/13/11

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2011: Finished season with one point, one assist, 14 shots and 10 shots on goal … played in 18 games and started 15 … recorded career-high four shots (all on goal) at South Carolina State on Oct. 13. 2010: Played in 17 games, started nine … third on team in assists with one … recorded first assist of season in 3-1 win over Wagner on Sept. 19 … ended season with six shots (two on goal). 2009: Started all 18 games for the Hornets … got off four shots against Canisius on Sept. 11 … third on team in shots with 17. High School: Member of the varsity soccer and varsity basketball teams all four years … as a freshman and sophomore was named First Team All-Star in soccer … as a junior and senior was named First Team All-State and team MVP in soccer and First Team All-Star in basketball … led soccer team in assists and was second in goals scored her junior and senior seasons … only soccer player in school history to be named team MVP twice in career … career record holder of most three pointers made. Club: Played with Capital United alongside DSU teammate, Theresa Wappett. Personal: Born Aug. 8, 1991 in Toms River, N.J. … daughter of Kathy and Bill Gibson … has a brother, Billy, and a sister, Katie … father played football at UConn … participated in student council, varsity club and choir and volunteered with SPCA in high school … majoring in Fashion Merchandising with the goals of owning her own boutique and managing/producing her own clothing line.

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katelyn koslosky Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

KOSLOSKY,Katelyn 5-7 | goalkeeper | east islip, n.y. | east islip h.s.GW | public relations major G | sophomore A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% PK-Att

0 0

CAREER STATISTICS

00

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

17 17

0 0

Minutes

1598:38 1598:38

0 0

0 0

GA GAAvg

27 27

1.52 1.52

.000 .000

0 0

.000 .000

Saves Save%

113 113

.807 .807

0 0

W

2 2

0-0 0-0

L

13 13

T

2 2

Sho

3 3

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Saves: 22 at Rider, 9/23/11

2011: Led the Great West Conference and finished 24th in the nation with 113 saves (6.65 pg) as a freshman, good for fourth all-time on the DSU single season saves list … recorded a career-high 22 saves at Rider on Sept. 23 … named Great West Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 24) … posted three shutouts, good for second in the GWC … allowed just 1.52 goals per contest and posted a .807 save percentage … finished season with 2-13-2 record … played in 17 of 19 games for the Hornets … missed first two games of the season with an injury. High School: Played varsity soccer all four years … team was league champions in 2007, ’08 and ’09 … team won Long Island Championship and were state finalists in 2008 … was named All-League and All-Conference in 2008 and All-League, All-Conference, All-County and team MVP in 2009. Club: Member of the Syosset Sting from 2005 to 2010 and the Albertson Fury from 2010-2011 … during her time, the Sting were four-time state cup champions in addition to two-time regional champions and national finalists … while with the Fury, her team was state cup finalists three times and ECNL champions in 2010 … invited to attend the Kuban 2010 Spring Tournament in Sochi, Russia as a part of making the Region 1 pool. Personal: Born April 1, 1993 in Bay Shore, N.Y. … daughter of Kathleen Koslosky … volunteers with “Just for Kicks” by teaching and helping autistic children how to play soccer … interned for Second Congressional District of New York Congressman Steve Israel … majoring in Public Relations.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-4 | junior | defender | new windsor, n.y. | john s. burke catholic h.s. | movement sciences major

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2010 15 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 2011 18 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 TOTAL 33 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Points: N/A Shots: 1, four times, last vs. South Carolina State 11/4/11 Shots on Goal: 1, twice, last at Drexel 8/29/11

katie melore

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2011: Started all 18 games played … finished season with two shots (one on goal) … tallied .500 shot on goal percentage. 2010: Played in 15 games as a freshman and started 10 for the Hornets … recorded two shots and one shot on goal … got off her first career collegiate shot at South Carolina State on Oct. 10. High School: Was a three-sport athlete during her time at John S. Burke as she was a member of the soccer, basketball and track & field teams … member of the 4x400 relay team that holds a school record and also won the Section 9 championships her freshman year … soccer team was NYSPHAA Section 9 and B Division champions her sophomore year and NYSPHAA B Division champions her senior season … was named the Team MVP as a senior … played for soccer head coach Sarah Rickard. Club: Member of the Newburgh Revolution from 1999 to 2007, the Orange County Pride from 2007 to 2010 and most recently the Capital United in 2011 … the Pride were East Hudson Youth Soccer League (EHYSL) champions each year she played … she also helped lead the Capital United to an Eastern New York Adult Soccer Association (ENYASA) U-23 state championship in 2011 … played AAU basketball with the Newburgh Liberty. Personal: Born April 21, 1992 in New Windsor, N.Y. … daughter of Philip and Christina Melore … has a younger sister, Kelly, and a younger brother, Kevin … graduated in 2010 from John S. Burke Catholic High School in Goshen, N.Y. … was a member of the band in high school … majoring in Movement Sciences at DSU with the goals of becoming a physical therapist.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS

taylor melton

Individual Career History 5-8 | sophomore | defender | havre de grace, md. | harford tech h.s. | nursing major

CAREER STATISTICS

13

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

18 18

G

0 0

MELTON,Taylor A

1 1

Pts Shot Shot%

1 1

1 1

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

0 0

.000 .000

GW PK-Att

0 0

0-0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: N/A Assists: 1 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Points: 1 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 1 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots on Goal: N/A

2011: Played in 18 games and started 12 as a freshman for the Hornets … finished season with one assist, one point and one shot with all three coming against Lincoln on Sept. 9. High School: Competed all four years on the varsity soccer and varsity track and field teams … team was divisional champions all four years … as a junior, team was UCBAC Champions and state finalists … also led her team as UCBAC Champions as a senior captain. Club: Played with the UCSC for two years, AFC for five years and Baltimore Bays for two years … team was Chesapeake Cup Finalists. Personal: Born Sept. 24, 1993 in Baltimore, Md. … daughter of Cherie Melton and Gregory Melton … has an older sister, Ciera, and an older brother, Gregory … Great-aunt, Victoria Bradford, played professional handball … while in high school was a member of the National Honors Society, National Technical Honors Society and Skills of Health Occupations in addition to being a Maryland Scholar … also volunteered her time at Hartford Memorial Hospital and Upper Chesapeake Hospital … majoring in nursing at DSU with the goals of becoming a Registered Nurse.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS

darcy pelz-butler

Individual Career History

5-6 | junior | defender | silver spring, md. | montgomery blair h.s. | physical education major

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP G A Pts PELZ-BUTLER,Darcy Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2010 18 1 0 2 10 .100 6 .600 0 0-0 GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2011 18 2 1 5 10 .200 8 .800 0 1-1 2011 18 2 1 5 10 .200 8 .800 0 1-1 TOTAL 36 3 1 7 20 0 1-1 TOTAL 18 2 1 5 10 .200 .150 8 14 .800 .700 0 1-1 Season

Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

2 2

Minutes

180:00 180:00

GA GAAvg

6 6

3.00 3.00

Saves Save%

14 14

.700 .700

W

0 0

L

2 2

T

0 0

Sho

0 0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 1, three times, last at South Carolina State 10/13/11 Assists: 1 vs. Canisius 9/11/11 Points: 2, three times, last at South Carolina State 10/13/11 Shots: 2, five times, last at South Carolina State 10/13/11 Shots on Goal: 2 vs. Lincoln 9/9/11

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Saves: 8 vs. Binghamton 8/21/11

2011: Finished season tied for sixth on the team with five points … recorded two goals and one assist … posted first assist of career against Canisius on Sept. 11 … tallied .800 shot on goal percentage (eight shots on goal) and .200 shot percentage (10 shots) … went 1-for-1 on penalty kicks … played first two games of season as goalie in place of injured Katelyn Koslosky … recorded 14 saves (.700) in 180 minutes of play. 2010: Started 14 of the 18 games she played for the Hornets … scored first goal of collegiate career in 3-1 win over Wagner on Sept. 19 … got off 10 shots on the season (six on goal). High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years and the varsity basketball team her freshman and senior years … All-Star selection her senior season … played for head coach Robert Gibb. Club: Played club basketball for four years and club soccer for 10 years. Personal: Born May 11, 1992 in Silver Spring, Md. … Daughter of Mary Pelz and Michael Butler … twin sister, Darcy, is also a member of the DSU women’s soccer team … also has an older sister, Erika … participated in orchestra while in high school in addition to volunteering with Hoops for Heart and soccer camps … majoring in Physical Education … earned a 4.0 GPA for the 2011 spring semester … selected for the Guyana Women’s U20 National Team for the 2012 World Cup Qualifying State II in Cuba, but was unable to play due to injury.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS

kelly pelz-butler

5-3 | junior | midfielder | silver spring, md. | montgomery blair h.s. | wildlife management major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2010 16 0 0 0 3 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2011 19 2 1 5 10 .200 7 .700 0 0-0 TOTAL 37 2 1 5 13 .154 7 .538 0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Assists: 1 at Rider, 9/23/11 Points: 4 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 2, three times, last vs. Utah Valley, 10/20/11 Shots on Goal: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11

Academics: Named to 2011 Great West Conference Academic All-Conference list … earned honor roll status all four semesters enrolled at DSU. 2011: Recorded five points on two goals and one assist in 19 games played … started 17 games for the Hornets … posted .700 shots-ongoal percentage (seven shots-on-goal) … scored first career goal against Lincoln on Sept. 9 … collected career-high two goals in same game … tallied first career assist at Rider on Sept. 23. 2010: Played 16 games and started six as a freshman for the Hornets. High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years … also competed her freshman year on the junior varsity basketball team … named team MVP her lone season on the JV basketball team … played for soccer head coach Robert Gibb. Club: Competed four years in AAU and nine years with WAGS Club team. Personal: Born May 11, 1992 in Silver Spring, Md. … Daughter of Mary Pelz and Michael Butler … twin sister, Darcy, is also a member of the DSU women’s soccer team … also has an older sister, Erika … majoring in wildlife management … represented the Guyana Women’s U20 National Team for the 2012 World Cup Qualifying State II in Cuba.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS

gabi pinto

Individual Career History 5-3 | sophomore | midfielder | bear, del. | alexis i. dupont h.s. | movement science major

CAREER STATISTICS Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

7 7

G

0 0

PINTO,Maria Gabriela A

0 0

Pts Shot Shot%

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

0 0

.000 .000

GW PK-Att

0 0

0-0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Points: N/A Shots: N/A Shots on Goal: N/A

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2011: Saw action in seven games as a freshman … started her first career game against Towson on Sept. 2. High School: Member of the varsity soccer for three seasons … helped lead the Tigers to the 2011 State Championship. Club: Played with the YMS Comets from 2008-2010. Personal: Born February 14, 1992 in Brazil … daughter of Bill Nunn and Luciana P. Nunn … has one younger brother, William H. Nunn III … father played basketball at Framingham State University … full name is Maria Gabriela Pinto ... nickname is Gabi … graduated in 2011 from Alexis I. DuPont High School in Greenville, Del. … majoring in movement science at DSU with the goals of being able to work in the medical field in Brazil.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS

lauren price

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Individual Career History 5-3 | sophomore | forward | bayside, n.y. | st. mary’s h.s. | sports management major

CAREER STATISTICS Season

2011 TOTAL

GP

12 12

G

0 0

PRICE,Lauren A

0 0

Pts Shot Shot%

0 0

3 3

.000 .000

SOG SOG%

1 1

.333 .333

GW PK-Att

0 0

0-0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Points: N/A Shots: 1, three times, last at Wagner 9/25/11 Shots on Goal: 1 at Saint Peter’s 8/26/11

2011: Played in 12 games as a freshman with the Hornets … posted first career shot on goal in 0-0 tie at Saint Peter’s on Aug. 26 … finished season with .333 shot on goal percentage … recorded three shots. High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years … was also a member of the varsity basketball team her freshman and sophomore years while competing in varsity lacrosse her sophomore year and varsity track as a junior … named to the Academic All-League for soccer and basketball as a freshman and also lacrosse as a sophomore … scored a career high 19 goals in 12 games her senior season … collected a career total of 54 goals … Club: Played club soccer with the Albertson Fury alongside current DSU teammate, Katelyn Koslosky … team won the State Cup in 2007. Personal: Born January 30, 1993 in New York … daughter of Laura and Ralph Price … has one younger brother, Sean … graduated in 2011 from St. Mary’s High School in Manhasset, N.Y. … grandfather, Ralph Price, played basketball at Providence … was involved with Bible Club, Spanish Club and Campus Ministry while in high school … majoring in Sports Management with a minor in business at DSU … has a goal of becoming an ESPN broadcaster upon graduation.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-3 | senior | midfielder | bergenfield, n.j. | bergenfield h.s. | movement sciences major

CAREER STATISTICS

jeanette salgado

Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2009 18 0 0 0 19 .000 9 .474 0 0-0 2010 18 3 0 6 19 .158 10 .526 0 0-0 2011 18 3 1 7 21 .143 11 .524 0 0-0 TOTAL 54 6 1 15 59 .102 30 .508 0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 1, six times, last vs. North Dakota 9/29/11 Assists: 1 vs. Fordham 9/4/11 Points: 2, six times, last vs. North Dakota 9/29/11 Shots: 4, three times, last at Wagner 9/25/11 Shots on Goal: 2, five times, last vs. North Dakota 9/29/11

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2011: Tied for lead on team with three goals … tied for second on team with seven points … finished season with .524 shot on goal percentage (11 shots) and .143 shot percentage (21 shots) … played 18 games while starting 16 for the Hornets … recorded first career assist against Fordham on Sept. 4. 2010: Started all 18 games for DSU … led team in points (six), goals (three) and shots (19 - .158 pct.) … second on team in shots on goal (10 - .526) … scored first goal of collegiate career in 3-1 win over Wagner on Sept. 19 … also scored goals against NJIT and Howard. 2009: Played in all 18 games and started 16 for the Hornets … second on team with 19 shots and nine shots on goal. High School: Was a four-sport athlete … played varsity soccer and basketball all four years while competing in track and field her sophomore, junior and senior years and softball her freshman season … named soccer First Team All-League every season … also led soccer team in goals each season … named soccer team MVP her sophomore and junior years … as a sophomore, earned All-County recognition and as a junior earned the NJSCA Coach’s Award … Earned Third Team AllBergen County honors and the NJSCA Coach’s award her senior year … holds school career records in goals scored. Club: Played with Club Nirvana out of New York. Personal: Born March 14, 1991 in Brooklyn, N.Y. … daughter of Jose and Evelida Salgado … has two older brothers, Gary and Eduardo … was a member of the National Honor Society in high school in addition to being the delegate of her class and participating in band and French club … also volunteered at her local church, Englewood Hospital, Madison Spine and Physical Therapy and in the athletic training room which in high school … major is Movement Sciences and plans to become a Physical Therapist or DPT upon graduation from DSU … mentors for the SMILE program at DSU … has made the Dean’s List each semester of college … volunteers with the Read Across America program at James Morrow Elementary School in Smyrna, Del.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS

kaitlyn schech

5-8 | junior | midfielder | abington, md. | harford tech h.s. | movement sciences major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2010 16 0 0 0 10 .000 5 .500 0 0-0 2011 19 1 0 2 22 .045 10 .455 0 0-0 TOTAL 37 1 0 2 32 .031 15 .469 0 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 1 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Assists: N/A Points: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 3, three times, last at Howard, 10/28/11 Shots on Goal: 3, twice, last at Howard, 10/28/11

Academics: Named to 2011 Great West Conference Academic All-Conference list. 2011: Started all 19 games for DSU … led team with 22 shots … third on team with 10 shots on goal (.455) … scored lone goal of season and the first of her career against Lincoln on Sept. 9 … recorded career-high three shots and three shots on goal at Howard on Oct. 28. 2010: Played in 16 games as a freshman and started 12 for the Hornets … recorded 10 shots and five shots on goal throughout the season … got off her first collegiate career shot at Cornell on Sept. 5 … tallied a career game-high of three shots on goal in 3-1 win over Wagner on Sept. 19. High School: Competed on the varsity soccer team all four years … was named First Team All-County her junior and senior seasons … helped lead team to Susquehanna and regional championships, in addition to the Maryland state tournament final .. played for head coach Matthew Berg. Personal: Born July 16, 1992 in Baltimore, Md. … daughter of Scott and Debbie Schech … has one older brother, Scott … last name is pronounced SH-EK … graduated from Harford Technical High School in Bel Air, Md. in 2010 … volunteered with Read Across America and Community Outreach while in high school … major at DSU is Movement Science … has goal of becoming a sports performance coach and sports nutritionist upon graduation.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-2 | senior | midfielder | queensbury, n.y. | queensbury h.s. | movement sciences major

CAREER STATISTICS

theresa wappett

Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2009 18 3 1 7 22 .136 12 .545 0 0-0 2010 18 2 2 6 14 .143 8 .571 1 0-0 2011 12 3 2 8 18 .167 11 .611 1 0-0 TOTAL 48 8 5 21 54 .148 31 .574 2 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Assists: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Points: 6 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 6 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots on Goal: 4 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11

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Academics: Member of the DSU Dean’s List and President’s List … named to 2011 Great West Conference Academic All-Conference list. 2012: Will miss season with back injury. 2011: Led team with eight points on three goals and two assists despite missing the last seven games of the season with a back injury … finished season with 18 shots … held a .611 shots-on-goal percentage (11 shots on goal) … posted a career game against Lincoln on Sept. 9 with six points on two goals and two assists and six shots (four on goal). 2010: Started 14 of the 18 games she played in for the Hornets … led DSU in assists with two … scored first goal of season on Sept. 19 in 3-1 win over Wagner … also tallied season high four points against Wagner … second on team with 14 points, third with 14 shots (.143 pct.) and fourth with two goals scored. 2009: Played in all 18 games as a freshman, starting 17 … led team in points (seven), goals (three), shots (22 - .136 pct.) and shots on goal (12 - .545 pct.) … second on team in assists with one … scored first goal of collegiate career on Oct. 15 at St. Peter’s … recorded first assist of collegiate career on Oct. 2 against UMBC. High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years … team was the AA Section 1 Foothills Council Champions her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons … named First Team All-Conference as a junior and senior … scored a career total of 65 goals … also tallied 28 assists throughout her career … also competed in track and field all four years … track and field team was conference champions all four years. S Club: Played with the Capital United from 2001 to 2009 and the ODP for two years … member of the State Cup Semi-finalist and Region 1 Championship teams … while with Capital, played alongside DSU teammate Kelsey Gibson. Personal: Born April 19, 1991 in Albany, N.Y. … daughter of Stefanie and John Wappett … sister, Sarah, played soccer at Georgetown (200204) and brother, Greg, played soccer at Babson (2004-08) … graduated from Queensbury H.S. (N.Y.) in 2009 with a Regents with Honors diploma … member of the Madrigal Singers, NHS and NAHS in high school … majoring in Movement Science (Pre-Allied Health) at DSU with goals of working with brain injury rehabilitation upon graduation.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS

candace wyre

5-3 | senior | forward | smyrna, del. | smyrna h.s. | elementary education major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Season GP G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2009 16 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 2010 15 2 0 4 12 .167 5 .417 0 0-0 2011 19 2 2 6 18 .111 7 .389 1 0-0 TOTAL 50 4 3 11 33 .121 14 .424 1 0-0

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Goals: 1, three times, last vs. Utah Valley, 10/20/11 Assists: 2 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Points: 4 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots: 4 vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11 Shots on Goal: 2, twice, last vs. Lincoln, 9/9/11

Academics: Member of the Delaware State President’s List and Dean’s List … named to 2011 Great West Conference Academic All-Conference list. 2011: Finished season tied fourth on team with six points with two goals and two assists … played in all 19 games and started 15 … named Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 24) after notching the game-winning goal in the 73rd minute against the previously unbeaten (in conference) Utah Valley Wolverines … averaged 0.95 shots per game … posted a career-game against Lincoln on Sept. 9 with two assists, four points, four shots and two shots on goal. 2010: Played in 15 games for the Hornets, started nine … tied for second on the team with two goals scored … fourth on the team with four points recorded and shots (12/.167) … scored first goal of collegiate career against NJIT on Oct. 8 … also collected a goal on Oct. 24 at Howard. 2009: Third on the team in assists as a freshman … played in 16 contests … recorded lone assist of the season on Oct. 11 at Howard. High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years … also played JV field hockey as a freshman and volleyball for three seasons … holds Smyrna H.S. career record of 69 goals scored … as a senior, scored 29 goals … was team’s leading scorer as a junior and senior … as a sophomore was named Second Team All-Conference Forward … named First Team All-Conference as a junior and senior … also named Second Team All-Delaware her senior year … helped lead the Eagles to their first state tournament appearance as a senior. Personal: Born April 12, 1991 in Christiana, Del. … daughter of Anthony Wyre … has two sisters, Samantha and Jessica … graduated in 2009 from Smyrna High School … majoring in Elementary Education at DSU with the goals of becoming a first or third grade teacher upon graduation … spends extracurricular time with Teachers in Progress.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-8 | forward | freshman | mt. vernon, n.y. | cardinal spellman h.s. | psychology major

taylor addison

High School: Scored school record (boys and girls) 43 goals as a freshman … recognized as the only freshman on the ESPN National Leader board for three months after scoring 38 goals and 18 assists … once scored six goals and four assists in the first half of a game … finished four-year career with 107 goals and 52 assists … named four-time soccer team MVP … four-time NYC All-Bronx forward .. team was 2009 Division Champions … coached by Mel Brown … also played softball for three years and was a member of the track team as a junior.

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Club: Played two seasons with the Riverdale Panthers and one season with the White Plains Tigers. Personal: Born April 23, 1994 in Westchester, N.Y. … daughter of Odette Addison and David Addison … has one brother, David, and two sisters, Casey and Tye … graduated in 2012 from Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, N.Y. … spent time with the French American Club and Students That Are Role Models … volunteered at Cerebral Palsy of Westchester, Inc. … majoring in psychology with the goal of becoming a family and marriage counselor upon graduation from Delaware State.

5-4 | freshman | midfielder | kendall park, n.j. | south brunswick h.s. | movement science major

High School: Member of the soccer team all four years … also participated in track and field. Club: Played two seasons with the FCCOPA Furia and one season with ODP. Personal: Born July 11, 1994 in Edison, N.J. … daughter of Maureen Bossert and Jonathon Bosster … has two older sisters, Sandra and Carly … graduated in 2012 from South Brunswick High School in Monmouth Junction, N.J. … majoring in movement science with the goal of becoming a personal trainer for a professional sports team upon graduation from Delaware State.

julia bossert

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS

kaitlyn corder

5-4 | redshirt freshman | defender | felton, del. | lake forest h.s. | biology major

Academics: Named to the fall 2011 Dean’s List.

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2011: Redshirted. High School: Mike Adams High School Female Athlete of the Year as a senior after earning 14 varsity letters throughout her career … played soccer, field hockey and basketball all four years … soccer and basketball team captain as a junior and senior as also field hockey team captain senior year … named to the Delaware All-Star Basketball team as a senior … earned First Team (senior) and Second Team (junior) AllConference Field Hockey honors … also named the basketball team MVP her senior season. Personal: Born December 8, 1992 in Wilmington, Del. … daughter of Ron Corder and Wanda Corder … father graduated from Delaware State with a degree in agriculture … graduated in June 2011 from Lake Forest High School in Felton, Del. as a member of the National Honors Society and within the Top 25 of her class … member of the band for three years … named Homecoming Queen and to the Prom Court … class Vice President as a junior and senior in addition to being the class treasurer (sophomore) and historian (freshman) … volunteered with the Lake Forest Haunted Hallways, Little Spartans Basketball and food pantry … majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry with the goal of becoming an orthodontist upon graduation from Delaware State … enjoys long boarding and snowboarding in addition to deer hunting.

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5-4 | freshman | midfielder | dover, del. | dover h.s. | early childhood education major

High School: Member of the varsity soccer team all four years … finished career with 41 goals and led the team her junior and senior years with 13 goals each season … named team MVP, captain, First Team AllState and First Team All-Conference as a senior … Also a First Team (junior) and Second Team (sophomore/freshman) All-Conference honoree … also played basketball as a freshman. Club: Played four years with the CDSA Synergy. Personal: Born December 31, 1994 in State College, Pa. … daughter of Tanya and Corey Crawford … has one older brother, Corey II … name is pronounced “Terr-aye” .. brother plays basketball at Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vt. … cousin, Lorenzo, played football at Notre Dame and Tuskegee … graduated from Dover High School in 2012 as a member of the National Honors Society and High Honor Roll … graduated with an Early Childhood Education Pathway … served as the Executive Council Secretary … volunteered with Relay for Life, Stuff the Bus, Pennies for Patients, caroling, Whitney’s Lights Domestic Violence Walk, UD Paradee Center … majoring in early childhood education with the goal of becoming a teacher and/or daycare owner upon graduation from Delaware State.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-8 | freshman | defender | clayton, n.j. | clayton h.s. | marketing major

morgan durham

High School: Played varsity soccer, basketball and track all four years … finished soccer career with 25 goals and 28 assists … named to the Tri-County Soccer All-Star First team (senior) and Second team (junior) … also earned Tri-County All-Star first team honors in track as a senior … soccer team were conference champions as a sophomore and junior and South Jersey Group 1 champions her sophomore season … 4x400 track relay ranked as high as fourth in South Jersey … individually ranked as high as second in South Jersey and sixth in the state of New Jersey in the javelin … track team won two conference championships … as a senior, helped basketball team to most wins in school history … New Jersey State Interscholastic Scholar Athlete and Clayton High School Scholar Athlete … earned the New Jersey Girls Soccer League Gold Scholarship Award. Club: Member of the Glassboro Elite Crush U20 in 2012 … spent four seasons with the Woodstown Eclipse from 2008-12 … Woodstown Eclipse was ranked fourth in the state in 2011 and were MSSL Showcase Champions.

14 S.U.R.E. mentor and SADD club … served as an assistant minister and Acolyte for her church council, Vacation Bible School teacher and was a youth servant in Washington, D.C. … also volunteered as an American Red Cross blood drive coordinator … served as a sports ambassador to Brazil during the summer of 2010 … majoring in marketing with a minor in graphic design at DSU … future career goals include obtaining a MBA and serving as the Director of Marketing for a major business.

Personal: Born June 2, 1994 in Voorhees, N.J. … daughter of Diane Durham and Ron Durham … has an older brother, Tyler, and a younger brother, Daemon … graduated in 2012 with a 3.8 GPA from Clayton High School in Clayton, N.J. … 2012 Class President … was ranked sixth in graduating class and named to the school’s Honor Roll every marking period … treasurer for the National Honor Society … Business Club Vice President … also participated in student council, Renaissance,

5-4 | freshman | midfielder | dover, del. | polytech h.s. | major undecided

caitlin lafountain

High School: Named All-State Second Team as a senior … two-time All Henlopen Conference First Team selection … also earned Second Team and Honorable Mention conference awards.

Personal: Born March 8, 1994 in Dover, Del. … daughter of Bob and Colleen LaFountain … has two older siblings, Keri-Lyn and Matt … sister graduated from Delaware State in 2012 … last name is pronounced “La – fountain” (like water fountain) … graduated from Dover’s Polytech High School in 2012 as a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll … volunteered at Charlton School for Special Needs … goal is to work with special needs children upon graduation from DSU.

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mekayla mcadoo

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High School: Played varsity soccer and basketball all four years … earned All-Conference Second team honors three times … named team MVP as a senior. Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1994 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. … daughter of Angie McAdoo and LaBarron McAdoo … has two older brother, LaBarron Jr. and Mychal … brother, Mychal, played football at Alabama A&M (2008-11) … graduated in 2012 from Concord High School in Wilmington, Del. … spent time with the gospel choir in high school … majoring in engineering at DSU … name is pronounced “Mah-kay-lah.”

danielle valente

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5-4 | freshman | goalkeeper | new castle, del. | concord h.s. | engineering major

5-6 | freshman | defender | wallingford, conn. | mark t. sheehan h.s. | nursing major

High School: Played in all 48 games for her high school, missing just her junior season with an injury … finished career with eight goals and 16 assists … named All-Housatonic as a senior. Club: Spent time with the Connecticut ODP, South Central Premier and Yankee United Blaze. Personal: Born November 3, 1994 in New London, Conn … daughter of David and Amy Valente … has two older brothers, Steven and David … cousin, Brandon Powers, played football at Oregon State … graduated in 2012 from Mark T. Sheehan High School in Wallingford, Conn. … volunteered as a junior counselor at the Victory soccer summer camp … majoring in nursing at Delaware State … participated in ballet, tap and jazz for nine years.

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2012 OPPONENTS MANHATTAN August 26 | 3 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON August 31 | 7 p.m. University Stadium Teaneck, N.J.

Quick Facts Location: Riverdale, N.Y. Founded: 1853 Enrollment: 3,200 Nickname: Jaspers School Colors: Green and White Facility: Gaelic Park Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) President: Brennan O’Donnell, Ph.D. Director of Athletics: Robert J. Byrnes, ‘68

Quick Facts Location: Teaneck, N.J. Founded: 1942 Enrollment: 6,051 Nickname: Knights School Colors: Burgandy and Blue Facility: University Stadium Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Northeast (NEC) Acting President: Sheldon Drucker Athletics Director: David Langford

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Brendan Lawler Alma Mater: Saint Peter’s ‘02 Record at School: 8-25-3 | Third year Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Kara Bucci | Manhattan ‘11 Team Information 2011 Record: 3-12-2 2011 MAAC Record/Finish: 1-6-1 | 10th 2011 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 8-3

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Marco Masucci Alma Mater: Concordia ‘06 Record at FDU: First Year Career Record: First Year Assistant Coaches: Loren Rich, Ryan Garland Team Information 2011 Record: 4-12-1 2011 NEC Record: 1-9-0 2011 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Lost: 12 Starters Returning: 6

Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1990 All-Time Record: 134-204-29

Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 2000 All-Time Record: 70-139-11 NEC Tournament Appearances: Two, 2002/2004

Series Information All-time series: Manhattan leads, 2-0-0 Last meeting: 2006, MC won, 7-0, in Manhattan Sports Information Asst. AD for Communications: Stephen Dombroski Office Phone: (718) 862-7228 Cell Phone: (518) 928-6103 Office Fax: (718) 862-8020 E-mail: stephen.dombroski@manhattan.edu

www.GoJaspers.com

Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: N/A Sports Information Assistant Director of Communications: Jamie Church Office Phone: (201) 692-2149 Email: jchurch@fdu.edu Office Fax: (201) 692-9361

www.FDUKnights.com

RADFORD September 2 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Radford, Va. Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 9,230 Nickname: Highlanders School Colors: Red, White and Navy Blue Facility: Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium Capacity: 5,000 Surface: Bermuda Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big South President: Penelope W. Kyle Athletics Director: Robert Lineburg Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Ben Sohrabi Alma Mater: Maryville ‘92 Record at RU: 161-127-27 | 17th Year Career Record: 180-143-30 | 19th Year Assistant Coach: Chris Barrett | Radford ‘96 Team Information 2011 Record: 15-6-1 2011 Big South Record/Finish: 8-2 | First Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Players Returning/Lost: 21/8 Newcomers: 11 Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1981 All-Time Record: 294-234-43 NCAA Appearances: 5 | 1985, 98, 02, 08, 11 Series Information All-time series: Radford leads, 2-0-0 Last meeting: 2003, RU won, 6-0, in Radford Sports Information Assistant Director of Communications: Brian Stanley Office Phone: (540) 831-6884 Cell Phone: (540) 818-6656 Email: bmstanley@radford.edu Office Fax: (540) 831-6095

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BRYANT

HOLY CROSS

September 9 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Route 1 Rivalry

September 14 | 3 p.m. Bulldog Stadium Smithfield, R.I.

Quick Facts Location: Newark, Del. 19716 Founded: 1743 Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens School Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Facility: Delaware Mini-Stadium Surface: Natural Bermuda Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) President: Dr. Patrick T. Harker Interim Director of Athletics and Recreation Services: Samantha K. Huge

Quick Facts Location: Smithfield, R.I. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 3,300 Nickname: Bulldogs School Colors: Black, Gold and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Northeast Conference Facility: Bulldog Stadium Capacity: 4,400 Surface: Natural Grass President: Hon. Ronald K. Machtley Athletics Director: Bill Smith

Quick Facts Location: Worchester, Mass. Founded: 1843 Enrollment: 2,872 Nickname: Crusaders School Colors: Royal Purple Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Patriot League Facility: Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium Capacity: 1,320 Surface: Sand-based Natural Grass President: Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J. Athletics Director: Richard M. Regan, Jr.

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Alma Mater: Delaware ‘87 Record at UD: 204-169-36 | 23rd Year Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Nitan Soni | Middlesex ‘01, Delaware State ‘11 Brian Sprinkle | Longwood ‘85

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Chris Flint Alma Mater: Colby College ‘92 Record at BU: 118-96-25 | 13th Year Overall Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Christina Maciel | Bryant ‘04 Jeff Patten | ECSU

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Darren Gallagher Alma Mater: Heriot Watt ‘96 Record at HC: 12-33-8 | Fourth Year Overall Record: Same Assistant Coach: Heather Lipp | Marietta ‘88

Team Information 2011 Record: 10-7-4 2011 CAA record/finish: 5-3-3 | Fourth 2011 Postseason: CAA Tournament Semifinals

Team Information 2011 Record: 8-8-3 2011 NEC Record: 4-5-1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 23/3 Starters Returning: 8/3 Newcomers: 8 NCAA Appearances/Last: 3 | 2007

Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1990 All-Time Record: 204-169-36 Last Postseason Appearance: 2011 Result of Last Appearance: CAA Tourney Semifinals Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-0 Last meeting: 2011 | UD won, 2-0, in Newark Sports Information Athletics Media Relations Assistant: Adam Nichols Office Phone: (302) 831-6439 E-mail: adamn@udel.edu

Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: N/A Sports Information Assistant Dir. of Communications: Aaron Horlbogen Office Phone: (401) 232-6558 x3 Cell Phone: (401) 354-9020 Email: ahorlbogen@bryant.edu

www.BryantBulldogs.com

September 16 | 1 p.m. Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium Worcester, Mass.

Team Information 2011 Record: 2-12-3 2011 Patriot League Record: 0-5-1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Freshmen: 4 TEAM HISTORY First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1983 All-Time Record: 178-302-38 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: N/A Sports Information Director of Media Relations: Charles Bare Office Phone: (508) 793-2583 Email: cbare@holycross.edu

www.GoHolyCross.com

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2012 OPPONENTS RIDER September 21 | 7 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Lawrenceville, N.J. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 5,650 Nickname: Broncs Colors: Cranberry, White and Gray Facility: Ben Cohen Field Capacity: 1,000 NCAA Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) President: Dr. Mordechai Rozanski Director of Athletics: Don Harnum Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Drayson Hounsome Alma mater: Loughborough ‘94 Record at Rider: 27-39-10 | Fifth Year Overall record/years: Same Assistant Coach: Kristy-Rose Dougherty | Rider ‘01 Team Information 2011 Record: 9-6-4 2011 MAAC Record|Finish: 2-4-2 | 8th 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1996 All-Time Record: 103-159-28 Series Information All-time series: Rider leads, 4-0-0 Last meeting: 2011 | Rider won, 4-3, in OT in Lawrenceville Sports Information Sports Information Director: Bud Focht Office Phone: (609) 896-5138 Office Fax: (609) 896-0341 Email: focht@rider.edu

www.GoBroncs.com

MOUNT ST. MARY’S September 23 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Emmitsburg, Md. Founded: 1808 Enrollment: 2,100 Nickname: Mountaineers, The Mount School Colors: Blue and White Facility: Waldron Family Stadium Capacity: 1,000 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Northeast President: Dr. Thomas H. Powell Athletics Director: Lynne Robinson Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Tom Gosselin Alma Mater: Mount St. Mary’s 91 Record at MSM: 24-61-8 | Sixth Year Career Record: 38-81-9 | Eighth Year Assistant Coaches: Chris Stack | Mount St. Mary’s ’02 Alicia Miller | Mount St. Mary’s ’12 Team Information 2011 Record: 6-10-2 2011 NEC Record: 4-6 | T-Seventh Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Players Returning/Lost: 13/10 Newcomers: 11 Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 1992 Series Information All-time series: Mount leads, 3-0 Last meeting: 2005 | MSM won, 10-0

GOLDEY-BEACOM September 27 | 7 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Wilmington, Del. Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 1,600 Nickname: Lightning Colors: Navy Blue and Vegas Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference President: Dr. Mohammad Ilyas Director of Athletics: Chuck Hammond Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: John Cappiello | Sixth Year Alma Mater: Boston College Assistant Coaches: Mike MacIver Richard Gesner Alexis Bastien Team Information 2011 Record: 6-9-0 2011 CACC Record: 4-8-0 Series Information All-time series: Tied, 1-1-0 Last meeting: 2006 | DSU won, 2-0, in Dover Sports Information Sports Information Director: Eric Rhew Office Phone: (302) 225-6213 Cell Phone: (410) 530-4791 E-Mail: rhewe@gbc.edu

www.GBCAthletics.com

Sports Information Asst. AD for Athletic Comm: Mark Vandergrift Office Phone: (301) 447-5384 Cell Phone: (717) 357-3326 Office Fax: (301) 447-5300 Email: Vandergrift@msmary.edu

www.MountAthletics.com

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2012 OPPONENTS HARCUM

NJIT*

October 6 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

October 11 | 7 p.m. Lubetkin Field Newark, N.J.

Quick Facts Location: Bryn Mawr, Pa. Founded: 1915 Enrollment: 1,500 Nickname: Bears Colors: Purple and White Facility: Capacity: Surface: Conference: NJCAA Region 19 President: Dr. Jon Jay DeTemple Director of Athletics: Drew Kelly

Quick Facts Location: University Heights, Newark, N.J. Founded: 1881 Enrollment: 5,924 Nickname: Highlanders Colors: Red and White with Blue Accent Facility: Lubetkin Field Capacity: 1,000 Surface: SprinTurf surface National Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 Conference: Great West Conference President: Dr. Joel Bloom EdD Director of Athletics: Lenny Kaplan

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Niki Conn Alma mater: Temple ‘11 Record at Harcum: First Year Overall record: Same Assistant Coach: Alli Burke | Lackawanna ‘09 Team Information 2011 Record: 10-6-0 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: First Meeting

www.Harcum.edu

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Sergio Gonzalez Alma Mater: Salve Regina ‘00 Record at NJIT: 2-17-0 | Second Year Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Manda Risden | Auburn ‘99 Volunteer Coach: Erwin van Bennekon Team Information 2011 Record: 2-17-0 2011 GWC Record|Finish: 1-5-0 | Seventh Lettermen Returning/Lost: 12/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Information All-time series: NJIT leads, 8-1-0 Last meeting: 2011 | NJIT won, 2-0, in Newark Sports Information Asst. Sports Information Director: Stephanie Pillari Office Phone: (973) 596-8324 E-mail: pillari@njit.edu

www.NJITHighlanders.com

SOUTH CAROLINA ST.* October 18 | 7 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Orangeburg, S.C. Founded: 1896 Enrollment: 4,326 Nickname: Lady Bulldogs School Colors: Garnet and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Great West Conference Facility: Oliver C. Dawson Stadium Capacity: 22,000 Interim President: Dr. Cynthia Warrick Director of Athletics: Dr. Ethel Jones Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Glad Buariu Alma Mater: UNC Chapel Hill ‘00 Record at SCSU: 31-22-9 | Fifth Year Overall Record: 83-44-11 | Eight Year Assistant Coach: Sandra Burris | NC State ‘94 Team Information 2011 Record: 6-10-3 2011 GWC Record: 3-2-1 | Third Lettermen Returning/Lost: 19/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 11/0 Newcomers: 4 Series Information All-time series: SCSU leads, 10-2-1 Last meeting: 2011 | SCSU won, 1-0, in first round of GWC Tournament in Newark, N.J. Sports Information Sports Information Director: Romanda Noble Office Phone: (803) 516-4628 Cell Phone: (803) 707-6189 Fax: (803) 536-8622 Email: rnoble1@scsu.edu

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2012 OPPONENTS HOWARD* October 21 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Washington, D.C. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 10,500 Nickname: Bison Colors: Blue and White Facility: Capacity: Surface: NCAA Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Great West Conference President: Sidney A. Ribeau, Ph.D. Athletics Director: Louis “Skip” Perkins Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Brent Leiba Alma mater: George Mason ‘01 Record at Howard: 4-12-1 | Second Year Overall record/years: Same Assistant Coaches: Barney Joseph Nadir Moumen Clyde Watson Team Information 2011 Record: 4-12-1 2011 GWC Record: 3-3-0 | Fourth Lettermen Returning: 15 Newcomers: 3 Series Information All-time series: Howard leads, 12-1-0 Last meeting: 2011 | HU won, 1-0, in Washington, D.C. Sports Information Asst. Sports Information Director: Ariel Germain Phone: (202) 806-7182/7184 Fax: (202) 806-9595 Email: ariel.germain@howard.edu

www.Howard-Bison.com

HOUSTON BAPTIST* October 27 | 2 p.m. Sorrels Field Houston, Texas Quick Facts Location: Houston, Texas Founded: 1960 Enrollment: 2,200 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Royal Blue and Orange Facility: Sorrels Field Capacity: 500 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Great West Conference President: Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Director of Athletics: Steve Moniaci Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Misty Jones Alma Mater: Judson Record at HBU: 58-49-10 | Sixth Year Career record: 105-92-10 | 10th Year Assistant Coach: Brandon Bonilla | Texas A&M Graduate Assistant Coach: Michael Bouchahine Team Information 2011 Record: 11-9-1 2011 GWC Record: 4-1-1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 17/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 11/0 Newcomers: 4 Series Information All-time series: Tied, 0-01 Last meeting: 2011 | Teams tied, 0-0 in 2OT, in Dover Sports Information Asst. Director of Media Relations: Mary Ellen Leisering Office Phone: (281) 649-3087 Fax: (281) 649-3496 E-mail: mleisering@hbu.edu

www.HBUHuskies.com

UTAH VALLEY* October 29 | 9 p.m. Clyde Field Orem, Utah Quick Facts Location: Orem, Utah Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 33,395 Nickname: Wolverines Colors: Green and White Facility: Clyde Field Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Great West Conference President: Dr. Matthew S. Holland Director of Athletics: Michael V. Jacobsen Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach: Brent Anderson Alma Mater: Utah State ‘04 Record at UVU: 55-57-7 | Seventh Year Career record: Same Assistant Coach: Tasha Bell | Utah Valley ‘10 Team Information 2011 Record: 12-8-1 2011 GWC Record: 5-1-0 | First 2011 Postseason: GWC Tournament Champions Lettermen Returning/Lost: 16/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 10 Team History First Year of Women’s Soccer: 2003 All-time record: 77-86-10 Series Information All-time series: Utah Valley leads, 5-1-0 Last meeting: 2011 | DSU won, 2-1, in Dover Sports Information Assistant Sports Information Director: Kellen Hiser Office: (801) 863-5451 E-mail: kellen.hiser@uvu.edu

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great west conference The Great West Conference is made up of 10 intercollegiate institutions that range geographically from New Jersey to Texas to California. The 10 member schools are spread out over seven states and four time zones, giving each school added exposure - both in terms of media and recruiting - in new destinations. The conference affiliation also generates much interest within the 10 institutions’ substantial alumni base. The conference, which began as a football-only league, took a giant leap in the collegiate athletic world when the conference expanded to include several additional sports and several new members. Joining the league in 2008 were Chicago State University, Houston Baptist University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University of North Dakota, University of South Dakota, Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley University. These seven schools joined football only members Cal Poly, UC Davis and Southern Utah University to make up the 10-member league. South Dakota participated as a full member since joining the league but competed only in football in the GWC for the 2011 season. In addition to football, championships conducted during the 200809 academic year were men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, and men’s and women’s golf. Team sports in baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball began league play in 2009-10. As the conference began planning for multi-team sport competition in 2009-10, several teams were added in the sports of women’s soccer and baseball to help provide a more diverse and competitive field. Delaware State, Howard and South Carolina State joined as associate members in women’s soccer, while Northern Colorado and New York Institute of Technology joined as associate members in baseball. In addition, Seattle University was added as an associate member in cross country and track and field in 2009 and women’s tennis in 2010. Nebraska-Omaha and CSU Bakersfield are the most recent additions to the Great West family--UNO is competing in softball for the 2012 sea2011 REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. Utah Valley 5-1-0 .833 12-8-1 .595 Houston Baptist 4-1-1 .750 11-8-1 .575 SC State 3-2-1 .583 6-10-3 .395 Howard 3-3-0 .500 4-12-1 .265 North Dakota 2-3-1 .417 6-9-3 .417 Delaware State 1-4-1 .250 2-15-2 .158 NJIT 1-5-0 .167 2-17-0 .105

son, while CSUB competes in outdoor track and field for the first time in 2012. Officially announced Feb. 25, 2004, charter members of the Great West Football Conference were California Polytechnic State University; University of California, Davis; North Dakota State University; University of Northern Colorado; South Dakota State University; and Southern Utah University. Conference competition began on Sept. 4, 2004 with UC Davis scoring a 52-0 win over South Dakota State and Northern Colorado notching a 15-13 win over North Dakota State. The Great West wrapped up its proud tradition in football in 2011 and has been rated as one of the best in Football Championship Subdivision. The league boasted wins over FBS teams the last five years, with victories over Ball State, San Diego State, Central Michigan, San Jose State, Minnesota and UNLV. UC Davis put the Great West on the map early in the 2005 season with a win over Stanford in what media observers believed to be the biggest upset of the 2005 college football season. The Great West Conference recognizes student-athletes on both a weekly and full-season basis. Individual awards include Players of the Week; All-Conference teams; an Academic All-Conference team; and Player, Newcomer and Coach of the Year awards. The league also crowns team champions for both regular season and postseason competition. The governance of the Great West Conference remains primarily with the member institutions. Each member institution is represented on the President’s Council by its respective CEO. The general operations and management of the Conference will be conducted by the Directors of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrators (Joint Council). Scheduling of contests, assignment of officials and certain media relations functions remain with member institutions.

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DelawareDSU State Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2011) RESULTS 2011 SOCCER All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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OVERALL 2-15-2 1-4-1 1-11-1

Opponent

Aug 20 CAMPBELL Aug 21 BING Aug 26 at Saint Peter's 8/29/2011 at Drexel Sept 2 20 TOWSON Sep 04 FORDHAM Sept 9 LINCOLN Sep 11 CANISIUS Sep 16 at Delaware Sep 18 AMERICAN Sep 23 at Rider University 9/25/2011 at Wagner Sep 29 NORTH DAKOTA Oct 01 HOUSTON BAPTIST Oct 07 at NJIT Oct 13 at South Carolina State Oct 20 UTAH VALLEY Oct 28 at Howard University Nov 04 at South Carolina State

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

L L To2 L Lot L W L L L Lot L Lo2 To2 L L W L L

Score 0-5 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-2 1-3 12-0 1-2 0-2 0-1 3-4 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-2 1-2 2-1 0-1 0-1

Att. 84 105 167 0 232 215 404 119 250 184 123 171 162 115 413 90 132 200 214

DSU

OPP

22-154 1.16 .143 88-154 .571 8.1 45 1-1

33-293 1.74 .113 163-293 .556 15.4 89 0-0

1 2

5 2

1752 10/175 0/0

1628 9/181

HOME 2-7-1 1-1-1 1-6 ##

9 24 7 20 6 15 2 77 5 12 8 10 13 55 21 11 3

Player

WAPPETT,Theresa SALGADO,Jeanette GIORGILLI,Michelle BOURSIQUOT,Chelsea WYRE,Candace PELZ-BUTLER,Darcy PELZ-BUTLER,Kelly MARSHALL,Randall OLIVIER,Elizabeth SCHECH,Kaitlyn NUMER,Kathleen GIBSON,Kelsey MELTON,Taylor PRICE,Lauren MELORE,Kathryn PINTO,Maria Gabriela FULLER,Carina Total Opponents

## Goalie

00 KOSLOSKY,Katelyn 15 PELZ-BUTLER,Darcy

Total Opponents

AWAY 0-8-1 0-3 0-5-1

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 12 3 2 18 3 1 18 2 3 17 3 0 19 2 2 18 2 1 19 2 1 19 2 0 11 1 1 19 1 0 17 1 0 18 0 1 18 0 1 12 0 0 18 0 0 7 0 0 8 0 0 19 22 13 19 33 25 GP 17 2 19 19

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

8 18 .167 11 7 21 .143 11 7 3 .667 3 6 11 .273 7 6 18 .111 7 5 10 .200 8 5 10 .200 7 4 7 .286 3 3 10 .100 6 2 22 .045 10 2 4 .250 3 1 14 .000 10 1 1 .000 0 0 3 .000 1 0 2 .000 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 57 154 .143 88 91 293 .113 163

Min. GA 1598:38 27 180:00 6 1778:38 33 1778:38 22

GAAvg Saves

1.52 3.00 1.67 1.11

113 14 130 66

Goals by Period Delaware State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 22 33

Shots by Period Delaware State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 154 293

Saves by Period Delaware State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 130 66

Corners by Period Delaware State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 45 89

Fouls by Period Delaware State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 135 120

7 11

15 19

66 81 139 139 59 27 18 42 59 57

63 33 27 39 70 58

0 2

7 10

5 6 0 6 2 4

0 1 0 5 3 0 0 2 4 1

.611 .524

1.000

.636 .389 .800 .700 .429 .600 .455 .750 .714 .000 .333 .500 .000 .000 .571 .556 Pct

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 15

W-L-T

.807 2-13-2 .700 0-2-0 .798 2-15-2 .750 15-2-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 Sho

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SEASON BY SEASON 2002 Head Coach: Duane Henry (0-15-0) Overall: 0-15-0 H: 0-5 R: 0-8 N: 0-2-0 Sept. 4 Youngstown State L Sept. 11 Bucknell L Sept. 14 St. Peter’s L Sept. 22 UMBC L Sept. 24 Virginia Commonwealth L Sept. 28 Loyola (Md.) L Oct. 2 Howard L Oct. 5 South Carolina State# L Oct. 6 Western Carolina# L Oct. 9 Lafayette L Oct. 18 Towson L Oct. 21 Radford L Oct. 26 Alabama A&M L Oct. 27 Wagner L Nov. 1 Citadel L # - Howard University Classic (Washington, D.C.)

0-14 0-9 0-14 0-12 0-17 0-13 0-11 1-10 0-9 0-11 0-17 0-10 1-9 0-12 0-12

2003 Head Coach: Duane Henry (0-26-0) Overall: 0-11-0 H: 0-4-0 R: 0-7-0 N: 0-0-0 Sept. 5 Youngstown State L Sept. 9 Howard L Sept. 12 Wagner L Sept. 14 St. Peter’s L Sept. 17 Mount St. Mary’s L Oct. 8 Lafayette L Oct. 11 Drexel L Oct. 17 NJIT L Oct. 22 Lehigh L Oct. 26 Radford L Oct. 31 South Carolina State L

0-17 0-12 1-17 0-11 0-10 0-9 0-9 1-5 0-9 0-6 0-10

2004 Head Coach: Duane Henry (1-35-0) Overall: 1-9-0 H: 0-5-0 R: 1-4-0 N: 0-0-0 Sept. 8 Mount St. Mary’s L Sept. 19 UMBC L Sept. 24 Marist L Sept. 26 Temple L Oct. 1 South Carolina State L Oct. 3 Grambling State L Oct. 9 Alabama A&M L Oct. 11 Wagner L Oct. 21 Lincoln (Pa.) W Nov. 5 Howard L

0-9 0-5 0-11 0-8 1-5 0-7 0-9 0-12 6-0 0-13

2005 Head Coach: Matt Okoh (0-14-1 / 0-4) O: 0-14-1 C: 0-4-0 H: 0-7-1 R: 0-7-0 N: 0-0-0 Aug. 29 Mount St. Mary’s L Sept. 6 Goldey-Beacom L Sept. 7 St. Francis (Pa.) L Sept. 11 Elon L Sept. 15 St. Peter’s L Sept. 18 Temple L Sept. 28 VMI L Oct. 2 Felician T Oct. 5 Howard* L Oct. 8 Manhattan L Oct. 13 South Carolina State* L Oct. 15 NJIT L Oct. 25 Wilmington (Del.) L Oct. 28 IPFW* L Oct. 29 Utah Valley State* L * - United Soccer Conference Game

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0-10 2-5 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-5 0-5 1-1 0-4 0-4 0-4 1-3 1-8 0-7 0-11

2006 Head Coach: Matt Okoh (7-25-1 / 3-5) O: 7-11-0 Conf: 3-1-0 Post-season: 0-1-0 Home: 5-2-0 Road: 2-8-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 Aug. 27 Cleveland State L Aug. 29 Felician W Sept. 1 Albany L Sept. 6 Long Island L Sept. 8 Post University W Sept. 12 Rider L Sept. 15 St. Peter’s L Sept. 17 VMI L Sept. 20 Goldey-Beacom W Sept. 23 Molloy (N.Y.) L Sept. 25 Marshall L Oct. 1 Longwood* W Oct. 4 Howard* W Oct. 11 Manhattan L Oct. 18 Wilmington (Del.) W Oct. 27 Francis Marion L Oct. 29 South Carolina State* W Nov. 2 Utah Valley State# L * - United Soccer Conference Game # - United Soccer Conference Tourn. (Washington, D.C.) 2007 Head Coach: Matt Okoh (10-36-3 / 4-10-0) Overall: 3-11-2 Conf: 1-5-0 Post-season: 0-1-0 Home: 3-5-2 Road: 0-6-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 Aug. 31 Marshall L Sept. 7 Florida Gulf Coast L Sept. 9 Cleveland State L Sept. 11 Molloy (N.Y.) W Sept. 14 Quinnipiac L Sept. 16 Concordia (N.Y.) W Sept. 19 VMI T Sept. 30 St. Peter’s L Oct. 6 Longwood* L Oct. 9 Rider L Oct. 12 Howard* L Oct. 17 Wilmington (Del.) T Oct. 20 Utah Valley State* L Oct. 26 NJIT* L Oct. 30 Albany L Nov. 4 South Carolina State* W Nov. 7 Howard# L * - United Soccer Conference Game # - United Soccer Conference Tournament (Orem, Utah)

0-6 5-1 0-1 0-8 1-0 0-3 1-2 1-3 2-0 0-2 0-10 1-0 6-2 0-7 1-0 0-6 3-2 OT 1-3

0-3 0-4 0-3 6-0 0-3 8-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 1-1 1-5 0-2 0-2 1-0 0-3

2008 Head Coach: Nitan Soni (3-11-1 / 1-4-0) Overall: 3-11-1 Conf: 1-4-0 Post-season: 0-0-0 Home: 2-5-0 Road: 1-6-1 Neutral: 0-0-0 Aug. 29 La Salle L 0-3 Aug. 31 Long Island L 1-5 Sept. 3 Wagner L 1-2 Sept. 7 Quinnipiac L 0-1 Sept. 12 George Washington L 0-4 Sept. 14 Concordia (N.Y.) W 3-0 Sept. 22 Wilmington (Del.) T 4-4 Sept. 26 St. Peter’s W 1-0 Sept. 28 VMI L 0-5 Oct. 1 Howard* L 0-5 Oct. 6 Navy L 0-5 Oct. 12 Utah Valley State* L 0-3 Oct. 17 NJIT* W 1-0 Oct. 19 Longwood* L 0-2 Oct. 26 South Carolina State* L 1-3 * - United Soccer Conference Game

2009 Head Coach: Nitan Soni (4-26-3 / 1-9-1) Overall: 1-15-2 Conf: 0-5-1 Post-season: 0-1-0 Home: 1-6-1 Road: 0-8-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 Sept. 1 Rider L 0-2 Sept. 4 Lafayette L 0-4 Sept. 6 Wagner L 0-7 Sept. 11 Canisius L 0-3 Sept. 14 VMI W 1-0 Sept. 18 Delaware L 0-7 Sept. 25 Howard* L 0-3 Sept. 27 Navy L 0-2 Sept. 30 American L 0-3 Oct. 2 UMBC L 1-3 Oct. 4 South Carolina State* L 0-1 Oct. 11 Howard* L 2-5 Oct. 15 St. Peter’s L 0-2 Oct. 18 NJIT* L 1-2 Oct. 23 NJIT* L 2-5 Oct. 25 South Carolina State* T 1-1 Oct. 29 Wilmington (Del.) T 2-2 Nov. 6 Utah Valley# L 1-6 * - Great West Conference Game # - Great West Conference Tournament (Newark, N.J.) 2010 Head Coach: Nitan Soni (5-43-3 / 1-15-1) Overall: 1-17-0 Conf: 0-6-0 Post-season: 0-0-0 Home: 1-7-0 Road: 0-10-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Aug. 20 UMBC L 1-4 Aug. 22 Delaware L 0-7 Aug. 27 Florida International L 1-4 Aug. 29 Florida Gulf Coast L 0-6 Sept. 3 Binghamton L 0-1 Sept. 5 Cornell L 0-7 Sept. 8 Rider L 0-3 Sept. 12 St. Peter’s L 1-2 Sept. 19 Wagner W 2-1 Sept. 24 Canisius L 0-5 Sept. 28 Lafayette L 0-1 Oct. 3 Navy L 0-6 Oct. 8 NJIT* L 3-4 Oct. 10 South Carolina State* L 0-4 Oct. 15 Howard* L 1-2 Oct. 17 South Carolina State* L 0-2 Oct. 22 NJIT* L 0-1 Oct. 24 Howard* L 2-3 * - Great West Conference Game 2011 Head Coach: Nitan Soni (7-59-5 / 2-20-2) Overall: 2-15-2 Conf.: 1-4-1 Post-season: 0-1-1 Home: 2-7-1 Road: 0-7-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 Aug. 20 Campbell L 0-5 Aug. 21 Binghamton L 0-1 Aug. 26 at St. Peter’s T2ot 0-0 Aug. 29 at Drexel L 0-2 Sept. 2 Towson Lot 1-2 Sept. 4 Fordham L 1-3 Sept. 9 Lincoln (Pa.) W 12-0 Sept. 11 Canisius L 1-2 Sept. 16 at Delaware L 0-2 Sept. 18 American L 0-1 Sept. 23 at Rider Lot 3-4 Sept. 25 at Wagner L 0-2 Sept. 29 North Dakota* L 0-2 Oct. 1 Houston Baptist* T2ot 0-0 Oct. 7 at NJIT* L 0-2 Oct. 13 at South Carolina State* L 1-2 Oct. 20 Utah Valley* W 2-1 Oct. 28 at Howard* L 0-1 Nov. 4 South Carolina State# L 0-1 * - Great West Conference Game # - Great West Conference Tournament (Newark, N.J.)

DELAWARE STATE ALL-TIME RECORDS Overall 18-131-8 Home 14-58-1 Road 2-72-3 Neutral 0-7-0 Post-season 0-5-0 United Soccer Conference 4-14-0 Great West Conference 1-16-2 2012 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE


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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

School W-L-T Last Win Last Loss Last Tie Home Away Neutral Alabama A&M 0-2-0 N/A 2004 N/A 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Albany 0-2-0 N/A 2007 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 American 0-2-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Binghamton 0-2-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Bucknell 0-1-0 N/A 2002 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Campbell 0-1-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Canisius 0-3-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Citadel 0-1-0 N/A 2002 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Cleveland State 0-2-0 N/A 2007 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Concordia (N.Y.) 2-0-0 2008 N/A N/A 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Cornell 0-1-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Delaware 0-3-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Drexel 0-2-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Elon 0-1-0 N/A 2005 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Felician 1-0-1 2006 N/A 2005 0-0-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 Florida Gulf Coast 0-2-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Florida International 0-1-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Fordham 0-1-1 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Francis Marion 0-1-0 N/A 2006 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 George Washington 0-1-0 N/A 2008 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Goldey-Beacom 1-1-0 2006 2005 N/A 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Grambling State 0-1-0 N/A 2004 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Houston Baptist 0-0-1 N/A N/A 2011 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Howard 1-12-0 2006 2011 N/A 1-5-0 0-6-0 0-1-0 IPFW 0-1-0 N/A 2005 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 La Salle 0-1-0 N/A 2008 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Lafayette 0-4-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Lehigh 0-1-0 N/A 2003 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Lincoln (Pa.) 2-0-0 2011 N/A N/A 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Long Island 0-2-0 N/A 2008 N/A 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Longwood 1-2-0 2006 2008 N/A 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Loyola (Md.) 0-1-0 N/A 2002 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Manhattan 0-2-0 N/A 2006 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Marist 0-1-0 N/A 2004 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Marshall 0-2-0 N/A 2007 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Molloy (N.Y.) 1-1-0 2007 2006 N/A 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Mount St. Mary’s 0-3-0 N/A 2005 N/A 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Navy 0-3-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 NJIT 1-8-0 2008 2011 N/A 0-4-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 North Dakota 0-1-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Post 1-0-0 2006 N/A N/A 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Quinnipiac 0-2-0 N/A 2008 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Radford 0-2-0 N/A 2003 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Rider 0-5-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 0-1-0 N/A 2005 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 St. Peter’s 1-7-1 2008 2010 2011 1-3-0 0-4-1 0-0-0 Temple 0-2-0 N/A 2005 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Towson 0-2-0 N/A 2011 N/A 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 South Carolina State 2-10-1 2007 2011 2009 1-4-0 1-4-1 0-2-0 UMBC 0-4-0 N/A 2010 N/A 0-1-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 Utah Valley [State] 1-5-0 2011 2009 N/A 1-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 Virginia Commonwealth 0-1-0 N/A 2002 N/A 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 VMI 1-3-1 2009 2008 2007 1-1-1 0-2-0 0-0-0 Wagner 1-6-0 2010 2011 N/A 1-2-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 Western Carolina 0-1-0 N/A 2002 N/A 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 Wilmington (Del.) 1-1-3 2006 2005 2009 1-1-2 0-0-1 0-0-0 Youngstown State 0-2-0 N/A 2003 N/A 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Overall Record 18-131-8 BOLD INDICATES 2012 OPPONENT 33 DSUHORNETS.COM | FACEBOOK.COM/DSUATHLETICS | TWITTER.COM/DSUWSOC


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HORNET RECORDS TEAM RECORDS Most Games Played G Year Overall Record 19 2011 2-15-2 18 2006 7-11-0 18 2009 1-15-2 18 2010 1-17-0 Most Wins W Year Overall Record 7 2006 7-11-0 3 2007 3-11-2 3 2008 3-11-1 Best Winning Percentage % Year Overall Record .389 2006 7-11-0 First Game Won 10/21/04 at Lincoln (Pa.) - 6-0 Most Consecutive Games Won W Dates 2 10/1/06 vs. Longwood to 10/4/06 vs. Howard Most Home Wins W Year Home Record 5 2006 5-2-0 3 2007 3-5-2 Most Road Wins W Year Road Record 2 2006 2-8-0 Most Losses L Year Overall Record 17 2010 1-17-0 15 2009 1-15-2 15 2002 0-15-0 15 2011 2-15-2 Most Consecutive Games Lost Single Season L Dates 15 2002 (0-15-0) Most Consecutive Games Lost L Dates 34 9/4/02 vs. Youngstown State to 10/11/04 at Lincoln (Pa.) Most Games Tied T Season Overall Record 2 2007 3-11-2 2 2009 1-15-2 2 2011 2-15-2 Most Consecutive Games Tied T Dates 2 10/25/09 vs. South Carolina St. to 10/29/09 vs. Wilmington Goals G Date Opponent 12 9/9/11 Lincoln (Pa.) 8 9/16/07 Concordia (N.Y.) 6 10/4/06 Howard 6 10/21/04 at Lincoln (Pa.) 6 9/11/07 at Molloy (N.Y.) 5 8/29/06 at Felician 4 9/22/08 at Wilmington (Del.) 22 2006 SEASON 22 2011 SEASON Goals Allowed GA Date Opponent 17 9/24/02 at VCU 17 10/18/02 at Towson

17 9/5/03 at Youngstown St. 17 9/12/03 at Wagner 170 2002 SEASON Goals in a Half G Date Opponent 7 9/9/11 Lincoln (Pa.) - 2nd 6 9/16/07 Concordia (N.Y.) - 2nd 4 10/4/04 Howard - 1st 4 10/21/04 at Lincoln (Pa.) - 1st 4 9/11/07 at Molloy (N.Y.) - 2nd Points P Date Opponent 33 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 18 9/16/07 Concordia (N.Y.) 16 9/11/07 at Molloy (N.Y.) 13 10/4/06 Howard 13 8/29/06 at Felician 57 2011 SEASON Points Allowed PA Date Opponent 50 10/18/02 at Towson 47 9/24/02 at VCU 440 2002 SEASON Shots S Date Opponent 32 9/9/11 Lincoln (Pa.) 28 10/4/06 Howard 25 10/29/09 Wilmington (Del.) 17 9/20/06 Goldey-Beacom 17 10/29/06 at Felician 178 2006 SEASON 154 2011 SEASON Shots Allowed SA Date Opponent 65 10/18/02 at Towson 61 9/25/02 at VCU 293 2011 SEASON 237 2002 SEASON Shots on Goal SOG Date Opponent 20 9/9/11 Lincoln (Pa.) 18 10/4/06 Howard 12 10/29/09 Wilmington (Del.) 11 9/20/06 Goldey-Beacom 11 9/19/10 Wagner 95 2006 SEASON 88 2011 SEASON Saves S Date Opponent 22 9/23/11 at Rider 20 9/12/08 at Wilmington (Del.) 18 9/30/09 at American 194 2003 SEASON 176 2009 SEASON Corner Kicks (2006 on) CK Date Opponent 11 9/9/11 Lincoln (Pa.) 10 10/29/06 at South Carolina St. 45 2011 SEASON Corner Kicks Allowed (2006 on) CKA Date Opponent 15 9/11/09 Canisius 12 9/12/08 at George Wash. 12 9/30/09 at American 12 10/15/09 at St. Peter’s 12 8/27/10 at FIU 121 2009 SEASON

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

Goals G Year Player 5 2006 Savitre Bachoo 4 2006 Jori Victory 4 2006 Danyelle Brown 4 2007 Brittanee Gouradine 4 2007 Danielle Miller 4 2008 Danielle Miller

Goals G Player 3 Danielle Miller 2 Cali Jackson 2 Savitre Bachoo 2 Jessica Gray 2 Ashlee Gourdine 2 Brittanee Gourdine 2 Danielle Miller 2 Michelle Giorgilli 2 Theresa Wappett 2 Candace Wyre

Date 9/22/08 at Wilmington 10/4/06 vs. Howard 8/29/06 vs. Felician 10/21/04 vs. Lincoln 9/16/07 vs. Concordia 9/16/07 vs. Concordia 9/16/07 vs. Concordia 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.)

Assists A Player 2 Michelle Giorgilli 2 Theresa Wappett 2 Candace Wyre

Date 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.)

Points P Player 6 Danielle Miller 6 Michelle Giorgilli 6 Theresa Wappett 5 Brittanee Gourdine 5 Brittanee Gourdine 5 Savitre Bachoo 4 Cali Jackson 4 Jessica Gray

Date 9/22/08 at Wilmington 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) 9/16/07 vs. Concordia 9/11/07 vs. Molloy 8/29/06 vs. Felician 10/4/06 vs. Howard 10/21/04 vs. Lincoln

Assists A Year Player 3 2008 Savitre Bachoo 3 2011 Michelle Giorgilli 2 2006 Stephanie Ridener 2 2007 Brittanee Gourdine 2 2008 Leah Hontz 2 2009 Ashlee Gourdine 2 2010 Theresa Wappett 2 2011 Theresa Wappett 2 2011 Candace Wyre Points P Year Player 11 2006 Savitre Bachoo 10 2007 Brittanee Gourdine 9 2006 Jori Victory 9 2008 Danielle Miller 8 2006 Danyelle Brown 8 2007 Danielle Miller 8 2008 Leah Hontz 8 2011 Theresa Wappett

Shots S Player 7 Savitre Bachoo 6 Stephanie Ridener 6 Ashlee Gourdine 6 Theresa Wappett 5 Multiple

Shots S Year Player 41 2006 Stephanie Ridener 40 2006 Savitre Bachoo 26 2006 Jori Victory 22 2009 Theresa Wappett 22 2011 Kaitlyn Schech 21 2011 Jeanette Salgado 20 2007 Brittanee Gourdine 20 2007 Danielle Miller Shots on Goal SOG Year Player 21 2006 Savitre Bachoo 16 2006 Stephanie Ridener 14 2006 Jori Victory 14 2007 Brittanee Gourdine Saves S Year Player 186 2003 Jessica Gray 129 2008 Courtney Haas 123 2002 Krystal Ann Stanley 113 2011 Katelyn Koslosky 112 2004 Whitney James 111 2006 Tara McQueen

Date 8/29/06 vs. Felician 9/1/06 vs. Albany 10/29/09 vs. Wilmington 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.)

Shots on Goal SOG Player 4 Stephanie Ridener 4 Savitre Bachoo 4 Jori Victory 4 Brittanee Gourdine 4 Kelsey Gibson 4 Theresa Wappett

Date 9/1/06 vs. Albany 9/15/06 vs. St. Peter’s 9/30/07 vs. Concordia 9/16/07 vs. Concordia 9/23/11 at S. Carolina St. 9/9/11 vs. Lincoln (Pa.)

Saves S Player 24 Jessica Gray 22 Jessica Gray 22 Katelyn Koslosky 21 Whitney James 20 Courtney Haas 19 Shannon Wagner

Date 9/14/03 vs. St. Peter’s 10/8/03 vs. Lafayette 9/23/11 at Rider 10/9/04 vs. Alabama A&M 9/12/08 at George Wash. 9/26/04 vs. Temple

Shutouts SO Year Player 4 2006 Tara McQueene 3 2011 Katelyn Koslosky

CAREER RECORDS Goals G Player 8 Theresa Wappett 8 Danielle Miller 7 Savitree Bachoo 6 Jeanette Salgado 6 Michelle Giorgilli 6 Ashlee Gourdine 5 Brittanee Gourdine 4 Candace Wyre 4 Jori Victory 4 Danyelle Brown 4 Cali Jackson Assists A Player 5 Theresa Wappett 5 Savitre Bachoo 3 Candace Wyre 3 Ashlee Gourdine 2 Brittanee Gourdine 2 Leah Hontz 2 Stephanie Ridener

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Years 20092007-08 2006-08 20092008-11 2007-09 2006-08 20092006-07 2004-07 2006-07 Years 20092006-08 20092007-09 2006-08 2007-10 2006-07

Points P Player 21 Theresa Wappett 19 Savitre Bachoo 17 Danielle Miller 16 Michelle Giorgilli 15 Jeanette Salgado 15 Ashlee Gourdine 12 Brittanee Gourdine 11 Candace Wyre 9 Leah Hontz 9 Jori Victory

Years 20092006-08 2007-08 2008-11 20092007-09 2006-08 20092007-10 2006-07

Shots S Player 68 Savitre Bachoo 59 Jeanette Salgado 54 Theresa Wappett 50 Stephanie Ridener 39 Jori Victory 37 Kelsey Gibson 35 Danielle Miller 33 Brittanee Gourdine 33 Candace Wyre 32 Kaitlyn Schech

Years 2006-08 200920092006-07 2006-07 20092007-08 2006-08 20092010-

Shots on Goal SOG Player 33 Savitre Bachoo 31 Theresa Wappett 30 Jeanette Salgado 24 Jori Victory 19 Brittanee Gourdine 19 Stephanie Ridener

Years 2006-08 200920092006-07 2006-08 2006-07

Saves S Player 380 Courtney Haas 198 Whitney James 186 Jessica Gray 123 Krystal Ann Stanley 113 Katelyn Koslosky 111 Tara McQueen

Years 2007-10 2004-05 2003 2002 2011 2006

Most Shutouts SO Player 4 Courtney Haas 4 Tara McQueen 3 Katelyn Koslosky

Years 2007-10 2006 2011

Most Games Played G Player 68 Michelle Giorgilli 58 Leah Hontz 56 Courtney Haas 56 Allison Schrang 54 Jeanette Salgado 53 Kelsey Gibson 50 Candace Wyre 50 Briana Dingman 48 Theresa Wappett 47 Jeneba Massaquoi 45 Ashlee Gourdine 40 Savitre Bachoo 37 Kaitlyn Schech 37 Kelly Pelz-Butler 36 Darcy Pelz-Butler

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Years 2008-11 2007-10 2007-10 2007-10 2009200820092007-10 20092002-05 2007-09 2006-08 201020102010-


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ALL-TIME ROSTER Addison, Taylor Amaya, Christine Angelus, Lindsay

20122007 2009

Bachoo, Savitre Benenour, Christina Bernard, Mildred Blackman, Stephanie Bossert, Julia Boursiquot, Chelsea Brosky, Alexandra Brotherson, Kaiesha Brown, Chelsea Brown, Danyelle

2006-08 2005 2002-04 2005 201220112010 2007 2009 2004-07

Cheng, Kelly Corder, Kaitlyn Crawford, Tere’ Curtis, Brittany

2007-08 201220122009-10

Davis, Cameron Dingman, Brianna Duffy, Tracey Dunlap, Ashleigh Dunstan, DonnaRae Durham, Morgan

2002-04 2007-10 2002 2006 2002 2012-

Feinster, Nadia Fisher, Ashley Formey, Shynell Fuller, Carina

2002-04 2005-06 2002 2011

Gibson, Kelsey Giorgilli, Michelle Goldson, Kerry Ann Gourdine, Ashlee Gourdine, Brittanee Gray, Jessica Green, Nicole Green, Sheena Gregory, Tenille Griffin, Brittany

20092008-11 2006-07 2007-09 2006-08 2002-04 2002 2002-05 2002 2004

Haas, Courtney Henry, Adaze Herring, Kenya Hollis, Candace Hontz, Leah

2007-10 2005 2003 2006 2007-10

Jackson, Brittany Jackson, Cali James, Whitney Johnson, Malinda

2006 2006 2004-05 2002-05

Koslosky, Katelyn

2011-

LaFountain, Caitlin Lamont, Denise Lee, Janelle Lesane, Latoya Lewis, Ashley Lucas, Melissa

20122002 2005-08 2009-10 2002 2002

Marshall, Randall Massaquoi, Jeneba Mathis, Kristen McAdoo, Mekayla McQueen, Tara Melore, Kathryn Melton, Taylor Miller, Danielle Murphy, Casey

2009-11 2002-05 2007-10 20122006 201020112006-08 2006-08

Numer, Kathleen Nwachukwu, Vivian

2011 2006

Ocansey, Elnora Okubu, Marie Oliver, Amber Olivier, Elizabeth

2003 2004-05 2002 2010-11

Paca, Asia Palmore, Jennifer Parris, Latonya Pelz-Butler, Darcy Pelz-Butler, Kelly Perez, Charissa Pinto, Maria Gabriela Price, Lauren

2003 2004-05 2002-05 201020102004-05 20112011-

Rickard, Ashley Ridener, Stephanie Robbins, Natalie

2006 2006-07 2005-08

Salgado, Jeannette Schech, Kailtyn Schrang, Allison Shell, Tiehise Siegmund, Maranatha Stalb, Kacie Stanley, Krystal Ann Strohm, Sammantha Sweatt, Joselyn Sylvester, Monique

200920102007-10 2002-03 2005-06 2006 2002 2010-11 2003 2006

Thompson, Mica Todesee, Weynhareg

2007 2005

Valente, Danielle Vandenberge, Morgan Victory, Jori Villena, Arusha

20122009-10 2006-07 2006

Wagner, Shannon Walker, Claire Wappett, Theresa Wicker-Solomon, Michelle Wood, Navado Wright, Christina Wyre, Candace

2003-04 2002-05 20092002 2007-08 2006 2009-

Young, Alexandria

2010

Active players in bold The DSU women’s soccer all-time roster was compiled from the best available information. If any player has been inadvertently omitted from the list, we apologize and ask anyone with further information to contact the Athletics Media Relations office. Years mark season(s) played, not complete academic years

ALL-TIME COACHES Name Years Record Duane Henry 2002-04 1-35-0 Matt Okoh 2005-07 10-36-3 Nitani Soni 2008-11 7-59-5 Peter Hulem 2012-- 18-131-8 Duane Henry 2002-04

Matt Okoh 2005-07

Nitan Soni 2008-11

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AD Candy Young is the first female to be named the Athletics Director at Delaware State University. She began her new duties on August 13, 2012. Young has been involved in intercollegiate athletics for more than 30 years, including the last six as Head Track and Field/Cross Country Coach, Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Assistant Athletics Director, Interim AD, Associate AD and Interim Senior Associate Athletics Director at Delaware State University. As Interim Senior Associate Athletics Director, Young provided supervision and administration of 14 sports, along with strength and conditioning, and equipment. As a member of the athletic department’s senior staff team, she provided leadership, guidance and decision making input. Young helped oversee 230 student-athletes, 20 coaching personnel, and an operational budget of over $4 million. Young also served as supervisor of DSU’s “All Sports Camp”, the athletic department’s six-week summer youth camp program. As SWA, she spearheaded several programs to help promote the advancement of women in athletics. In 2010, Young helped to create the annual “Delaware Diamond Extravaganza,” which recognizes the contributions of Delawareans and those with ties to Delaware in women’s sports and education. Young also serves as a delegate in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference where she is a representative of DSU in decision making processes. She was named chairperson of the MEAC “Woman of the Year” Committee selection process in 2010. Delaware State University’s Kalyn Washburn (2010) and Jazmyne Hefflefinger (2012) have been selected as the MEAC’s Woman of the Year during Young’s tenure at DSU. In 2011, Young was submitted as a candidate from the MEAC delegation to represent the conference at the national level, and received an appointment to the Amateurism Cabinet of the NCAA.

athletics director | first season | b.s. fairleigh dickinson ‘85 | m.s. delaware state ‘08

2012-Pres. Delaware State University Athletics Director NCAA Amateurism Cabinet Member 2008-2012 Senior Associate Athletics Director/Senior Woman Administrator 2009 Interim Athletics Director 2006-2010 Women’s cross country/track and field head coach 2005-2006 California State University Assistant men’s and women’s track and field coach 2002-2004 University of Pittsburgh Assistant men’s and women’s sprint and hurdle coach 1994-2001 The Ohio State University Assistant men’s and women’s track coach 1989-1992 Seton Hall University Assistant men’s and women’s track coach

Prior to joining DSU, Young was an assistant track coach at The Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh, Seton Hall, and Fairleigh Dickinson, all NCAA Division I institutions. She also served as an assistant coach at the University of California in Pennsylvania, a Division II program. While coaching track and field, she helped lead her teams to several Big East Conference Championship titles, ECAC titles, a host of individual Big Ten and Big East Conference Champions, NCAA All-Americans, and NCAA Champions. Her Shuttle Hurdle relay team won the Championship of American title in 2000 for The Ohio State University, the only Penn Relay Championship award received by the women at The Ohio State University. Young held a position on the Executive Committee for USA Track and Field for eight years. She was also assigned to the USA Track and Field Women’s Olympic team selection staff for two consecutive Olympic Games. The 1985 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University is a four-time national collegiate champion, USA Indoor National Champion, eight-time All-American and world record holder. She was a member of the inaugural FDU Athletics Hall of Fame class. Young is also a member of Beaver County and Western Pennsylvania Halls of Fame. She earned her bachelor’s in biological education; and received a master’s in sports management from Delaware State University in 2008. As a high school student Young made the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team as a 100-meter hurdler. She also broke the world indoor record for 55 meter hurdles, and was named Sports Illustrated National High School Athlete-of-the Year. Young credits her success and mentoring to, Dr. Leroy Walker, Dr. Evie Dennis, Russ Rogers, Fred Thompson, Beverly Kearney, and her parents John and Gertie Young.

Within the University, Young submits her time as a liaison to Student Affairs, and the Long-Range Strategic Planning Monitoring Committee.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION associate athletics director for student-athlete services Eric Hart resumed his role as the associate athletics director for student-athlete services in August 2012 after serving seven months as DSU’s Interim Director of Athletics. He is committed to the total well being of student-athletes and believes that graduating with a baccalaureate degree is the cornerstone of the student-athlete experience. Under Hart’s leadership, Delaware State University student-athletes have boasted the highest academic marks in school history. Delaware State University lead the Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference (MEAC) with 121 Commissioner’s All-Academic team during the 2011-12 academic year. In 2011, Delaware State University inducted 39 student-athletes with a 3.40 cumulative grade point average or higher into Chi Alpha Sigma National Student-Athlete Honor Society. Hart has helped guide three teams at Delaware State University to achieve scores of 1000 on the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate’s single year score (Women’s Soccer, Men’s Tennis and Volleyball). During the 2009-2010 APR cycle, Men’s Basketball saw a 134 point increase on their single year score. Hart and his staff have aspirations to see team improve upon their Academic Progress Rate (single and multi-year scores). Prior to his arrival to Delaware State University, he served as the associate director for academic services for student-athletes at Appalachian State University from 2006 until his departure in June 2009. He was the driving force in turning around a wrestling program that, prior to his arrival, had a cumulative grade point average of 2.05. In his last semester with the University, the team boasted a cumulative grade point average of 2.989. Women’s Soccer had never earned a

associate athletics director for internal operations Pegjohngy Moses is entering her fifth season at Delaware State and 14 overall at working in athletics. She is responsible for athletics compliance, eligibility and student welfare. th

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team cumulative grade point average above a 3.00 prior to Hart’s tenure, but they achieved this feat in three consecutive semesters under his leadership.

Hart helped guide 18-of-21 student-athletes from ASU to the winter 2009 Academic All-Conference list. Additionally, he had 26-of-44 student-athletes earn spring 2009 Academic All-Conference honors. His teams experienced success on the field as well. The ASU Football team won back-to-back National Championships and three consecutive Southern Conference Championships; the ASU Men’s Track and Field program won the indoor track and field championships in 2007, 2008, and 2009, outdoor championship in 2007 and 2008, and cross country won the conference championship in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 - all during Hart’s tenure. Hart served as an academic counselor at The University of Georgia from 2004 - 2006, working with Men’s and Women’s Golf, Softball, Men’s Basketball, Equestrian, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. He also worked as a graduate assistant for The University of Tennessee football program, and assisted in the marketing and game day operations for football and men’s basketball. A native of Stoneville, N.C., Hart was a student-athlete at Appalachian State University and earned a B.S. in elementary education (‘97), a Master of Education in school counseling at the University of Georgia (‘99), and an Ed.S. in Counseling from the University of Tennessee (‘01). He is also a 2009 graduate of the NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males and Females. He is married to Erin Hill of North Carolina, by way of Baton Rouge, La.

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Prior to her DSU appointment, Moses was assistant athletic director for compliance and senior woman administrator at the University of Texas-Pan American for four years. Moses has also served in collegiate athletics compliance at Tennessee-Chattanooga, Central Florida, Cornell and Brown. A native of Goldsboro, N.C., Moses earned a bachelor’s in political science/history from Duke University and law degree from Tulane.

assistant athletics director for media relations Dennis Jones previously served as a staff writer, assistant sports information director and director of sports information since joining the Delaware State University staff in 1996. In addition, he has handled radio play-by-play duties for the Hornet football, and men’s and women’s basketball teams. He has assisted the NCAA, along with national and local media for Delaware State’s national championship competitions in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football, softball and bowlling. He currently oversees the daily media relations and statistics for the university’s 18 sports.

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the stations. He also served as play-by-play announcer for high school football broadcasts on the stations from 1987 to 1996. He also served as play-by-play announcer and color commentator for local cable television high school football and basketball broadcasts. A graduate of Glassboro State (now Rowan) in New Jersey, Jones resides in Dover, Del. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA).

Prior to joining the Delaware State staff, Jones was News/Sports Director at WDOV/ WDSD Radio in Dover, Del. He joined the stations in 1981 as a reporter and was promoted to News/Sports Director in 1985. In addition to covering Delaware news and sports, Jones occasionally filed written and audio reports for the Associated Press, Mutual Broadcasting Network and United Press International during his tenure with

assistant athletic director for marketing A native of West Chester, Pa., George Robinson II has over 10 years of experience in marketing, sales, promotions and fundraising. He is an experienced fundraiser in event coordination, donor and corporate identification.

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Prior to arriving at DSU, he served as Director of the Athletic Annual Fund for Southern Illinois University, where he began in 2004. Robinson has a diverse professional profile which includes stints as Marketing Assistant at the University of Florida and Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions at Virginia Tech. He holds a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration from Grambling State University and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Norfolk State University.

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staff directory ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF Candy Young............................................................... Director of Athletics ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ..........................................................................csanders@desu.edu Eric Hart........................................................................ Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Services ............................... (302) 857-7542 .................................................................................ehart@desu.edu Pegjohngy Moses...................................................... Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations .......................................... (302) 857-7047 .......................................................................... pjmoses@desu.edu Dennis Jones............................................................... Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations................................................... (302) 857-6068 ..............................................................................djones@desu.edu George Robinson....................................................... Director of Athletics Marketing................................................................................... (302) 857-7087 .......................................................................grobinson@desu.edu Michael Rogers........................................................... Coordinator of Athletic Facilities/Events ................................................................ (302) 857-6067 ...........................................................................mrogers@desu.edu Calasha Wisher........................................................... Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ............................................................................cwisher@desu.edu Elissa Herrmann ........................................................ Graduate Assistant .......................................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ................................................................................................................. ACADEMIC SERVICES Eric Hart........................................................................ Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Services ............................... (302) 857-7542 .................................................................................ehart@desu.edu Sandria Johnson........................................................ Academic Counselor ...................................................................................................... (302) 857-6038 .........................................................................sjohnson@desu.edu Patrick Casey............................................................... Academic Counselor....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7079 ............................................................................. pcasey@desu.edu Harry Sanchez............................................................. Academic Counselor ...................................................................................................... (302) 857-7974 ........................................................................ hsanchez@desu.edu Randy Smith................................................................ Academic Counselor....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7415 ............................................................................rhsmith@desu.edu George Brown............................................................. Graduate Assistant ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... EQUIPMENT Mark Springs............................................................... Head Equipment Manager .......................................................................................... (302) 857-7445 .........................................................................msprings@desu.edu Arthur Wright.............................................................. Assistant Equipment Manager ................................................................................... (302) 857-7445 ................................................................................................................. MEDIA RELATIONS Dennis Jones............................................................... Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations................................................... (302) 857-6068 ..............................................................................djones@desu.edu Maggie Hayon............................................................ Sports Information Director......................................................................................... (302) 857-6239 ...........................................................................mhayon@desu.edu Shekima Yarbray........................................................ Video Coordinator............................................................................................................ (302) 857-7258 .......................................................................... syarbray@desu.edu SPORTS MEDICINE Lori Leary...................................................................... Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer.............................................. (302) 857-7554 ................................................................................ lleary@desu.edu Casey Cooper.............................................................. Associate Athletic Trainer.............................................................................................. (302) 857-7554 ...........................................................................ccooper@desu.edu Matthew Astolfi.......................................................... Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer........................................................................... (302) 857-7554 ........................................................................... mastolfi@desu.edu STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Kerry Harbor................................................................ Director of Strength & Conditioning ........................................................................ (302) 857-6026 ........................................................................... kharbor@desu.edu TICKET OFFICE Chantae’ Vinson.......................................................... Ticket Manager ................................................................................................................. (302) 857-7497 ............................................................................cvinson@desu.edu BASEBALL JP Blandin..................................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6035 ...........................................................................jblandin@desu.edu Russ Steinhorn............................................................ Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator ................................................................ (302) 857-7809 .......................................................................lsteinhorn@desu.edu Chris Barker.................................................................. Graduate Assistant Coach ............................................................................................ (302) 857-7815 ..............................................................chris.barker2@yahoo.com Jason Brown................................................................ Assistant Coach.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. MEN’S BASKETBALL Greg Jackson............................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7493 ......................................................................... gjackson@desu.edu Arthur Tyson................................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-7461 ..............................................................................atyson@desu.edu Keith Walker................................................................. Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6139 .........................................................................kbwalker@desu.edu Jarrell Wilkerson......................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-7449 ............................................................................ jwilkers@desu.edu Mike Bernard............................................................... Director of Basketball Operations ............................................................................. (302) 857-7507 ....................................................................... mbernard@desu.edu Jane Hicks..................................................................... Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................... (302) 857-7493 ................................................................................jhicks@desu.edu WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Tamika Louis................................................................ Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6041 ................................................................................ tlouis@desu.edu Demetrius Porter....................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6049 ............................................................................dporter@desu.edu Yolanda Cole............................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6041 .................................................................................ycole@desu.edu Yvette Harris................................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6019 ............................................................................ycharris@desu.edu Devona Knight........................................................... Director of Basketball Operations ............................................................................. (302) 857-6047 ........................................................................... dknight@desu.edu BOWLING TBA.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... CHEERLEADING Sharon Whitaker........................................................ Head Coach .......................................................................................................................(302) 857-6188 .........................................................................swhitaker@desu.edu Sandria Johnson........................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................(302) 857-6038 ..........................................................................sjohnson@desu.edu CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK & FIELD Duane Henry............................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6040 .......................................................................... dehenry@desu.edu Krystal McKenzie....................................................... Assistant Coach................................................................................................................. (302) 857-6040 ......................................................................kmckenzie@desu.edu EQUESTRIAN Jennifer Ridgely......................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 359-2277 ............................................................................ jridgely@desu.edu Amanda Hotz.............................................................. Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ahotz@desu.edu WOMEN’S GOLF Scott Thornton........................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7509 ....................................................................... sthornton@desu.edu FOOTBALL Kermit Blount.............................................................. Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7447 ........................................................................... kblount@desu.edu Nick Calcutta............................................................... Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach ........................................................ (302) 857-7447 ........................................................................ ncalcutta@desu.edu Michael Ketchum....................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach ........................................................... (302) 857-7683 .................................................................... mketchum@desu.edu Arrington Jones......................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach ......................................................... (302) 857-7682 ............................................................................. ajones@desu.edu Curtis Thomas............................................................. Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coach ...................................................................... (302) 857-6045 ......................................................................... cthomas@desu.edu Jeff Braxton.................................................................. Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator .................................................................. (302) 857-7454 ......................................................................... jbraxton@desu.edu Tory Woodbury........................................................... Running Backs Coach .................................................................................................... (302) 857-7455 .................................................................... twoodbury@desu.edu Bryant Foster............................................................... Cornerbacks Coach ......................................................................................................... (302) 857-7658 ............................................................................ bfoster@desu.edu Carlos Woods ............................................................. Safeties Coach .................................................................................................................. (302) 857-7447 ............................................................................cwoods@desu.edu Edna Piper.................................................................... Administrative Assistant................................................................................................ (302) 857-7447 .............................................................................. epiper@desu.edu WOMEN’S LACROSSE Jillian Lontz ................................................................. Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7365 ............................................................................... jlontz@desu.edu Kari-Lei Maddox......................................................... Assistant Coach................................................................................................................. (302) 857-6011......................................................................... kmaddox@desu.edu WOMEN’S SOCCER Peter Hulem................................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7636 ........................................................................... phulem@desu.edu SOFTBALL Janice Savage.............................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7740 ....................................................................... jmsavage@desu.edu WOMEN’S TENNIS David Marshall ........................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7444 ....................................................................... dmarshall@desu.edu VOLLEYBALL Kelly Carrigan.............................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... 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ACADEMIC SERVICES Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA), housed on the second floor of the William C. Jason Library, serves as the academic arm of Delaware State University Athletics. The unit houses five full-time staff members, including an Associate Athletic Director, three Academic Counselors, and a Learning Specialist. Academic Services for StudentAthletes serves approximately 350 scholarship and nonscholarship athletes in 18 NCAA Division I sports. The purpose of ASSA is to cultivate academic enrichment and shape student-athletes to be model citizens of the city of Dover and beyond. They will assist the student-athlete in the following areas: arranging tutoring, monitoring

academic success and progress toward a degree, assisting with personal goals and student life well-being. Their mission is to provide comprehensive services that will prepare our student-athletes to compete and be successful in the classroom, ultimately fostering an environment conducive to graduating. They are customer-service oriented when engaging with prospective student-athletes and their families. We will be leaders in our conference and provide professional development opportunities to our staff so they can effectively master their craft of service to student-athletes.

HORNET ACADEMIC HONORS During the 2011-12 academic school year, Delaware State produced 121 MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic members (more than any other conference school). Other academic honors for the year are as follows: | Jazmyne Hefflefinger (bowling) graduated with a 4.00 GPA and was class valedictorian in addition to being named MEAC Woman of the Year | Brittni Collins-Rideout, Caroline Foltz and McKenzie Trueba (equestrian) the first three Hornets to be named NCEA Academic All-Americans in school history | 14 of 15 teams reported NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores above 900; four teams scored perfect 1000s | Led MEAC for second consecutive season with 121 Commissioner All-Academic honorees | 54 percent of student-athlete population named to the Hornet Academic Honor Roll which honors those earning a 3.00 GPA | 73 Hornets were named to the Dean’s List (22 more than 2010-11) | 25 Hornets were named to the President’s List | 67 Hornets graduated Spring 2012 | DSU softball ranked 37th overall (out of over 130 teams and first out of HBCU schools) while placing nine on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar Athlete list.

eric hart, ed. s. Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services B.S. | Appalachian State ‘97 M.Ed. | Georgia ‘99 Ed.S. | Tennessee ‘01 Office | (302) 857-7542 Fax | (302) 857-7769 ehart@desu.edu

sandria johnson, m. ed. Assistant Director Academic Counselor B.S. | Wilmington M.Ed. | Wilmington Office | (302) 857-6038 Fax | (302) 857-7769 sjohnson@desu.edu

patrick casey, m.ed. Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘89 M.Ed. | Wilmington ‘97 Office | (302) 857-7079 Fax | (302) 857-7538 pcasey@desu.edu

harry j. sanchez, msw Academic Counselor B.S. | Wilmington MSW | Delaware State Office | (302) 857-7974 Fax | (302) 857-7975 hsanchez@desu.edu

randy smith Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘07 M.S. | Delaware State ‘09 Office | (302) 857-7415 Fax | (302) 857-7538 rhsmith@desu.edu

george brown Grad. Assistant Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘11 M.S. | DSU Anticipated ‘13

VISIT ACADEMIC SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES (ASSA) ONLINE AT: http://www.desu.edu/academic-services-student-athletes

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COMPLIANCE pegjohngy moses, j.d. Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs B.S. | Duke University J.D. | Tulane University Office | (302) 857-7047 Fax | (302) 857-6034 pjmoses@desu.edu

Delaware State University, by virtue of its membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC), is responsible for ensuring complete compliance of all constituencies (i.e. university staff, student-athletes, alumni, fans, boosters and friends) with all NCAA and MEAC rules and regulations. Under NCAA rules, parents, alumni, fans and friends may be categorized as “representatives of athletics interests.”

Delaware State University strives for academic and athletic excellence. Pursuant to that goal is an on-going commitment to ethical conduct by all members of its staff and supporters. Even the simplest, inadvertent actions on the part of a booster or supporter may jeopardize the eligibility of student-athletes and/or prospects and the compliance of the university with NCAA or MEAC regulations.

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Extra benefits (as defined by the NCAA) – “any special arrangement by an institutional employee or representative of athletics interest to provide a student-athlete a benefit not expressly authorized by NCAA legislation. Receipt of such a benefit is not considered an NCAA violation if that same benefit is generally available to the institution’s students or their relatives and/or friends or to a particular segment of the student body determined on a basis unrelated to athletics ability.”

The NCAA broadly defines a “booster” as an individual, agency, entity or organization who is known by an institution to: | Have participated in or been a member of an agency that promotes the institution’s intercollegiate athletics program | Have made financial contributions to the athletics department or a booster organization for the department | Have been involved otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletics program | Have been a season ticket holder | Have provided benefits to student-athletes or their relatives or friends

Extra Benefits include, but are not limited to: | cash or loans in any amount | co-signing or arranging a loan | gifts or free services (e.g., airline tickets, cash, restaurant meals) | use of an automobile | rent free or reduced cost housing | money for, or a guarantee of, bail or bond | employment of a student-athlete at a higher rate than the wages paid for similar work | payment to a student-athlete for work not performed | transportation (aside from transportation related to an occasional home meal) | tickets to an athletics, institutional or community event | financial aid for a post-graduate education | promise of employment after college graduation | invitations to your home or summer home for purposes other than an occasional meal Please do not hesitate to contact DSU Compliance with any questions.

employment rules Delaware State University and its Director of Athletics ask that all boosters, prior to employing or arranging for the employment of a prospect or enrolled student-athlete, check first with the DSU Athletics Department. The department is permitted to make arrangements for summer employment for prospects prior to their enrollment as freshmen and to enrolled student-athletes during summer and semester breaks. Accurate record keeping must be maintained regarding employment. Therefore, the Department of Athletics asks for your cooperation. | A booster is prohibited from providing employment transportation for prospects or student-athletes unless such transportation is available to all employees. | A booster is permitted to pay student-athletes employed for work actually performed and at a rate commensurate with the going rate for similar services in the community or business.

I’m an Alumnus, am I a Booster? Not necessarily. Not all Delaware state alumni are considered boosters. Likewise, a booster does not have to be a graduate of Delaware State. Boosters meet at least one of the criteria listed above. Thus, an individual who has ever made a financial contribution to the Athletics Department is a booster. In a general sense, a season ticket holder in any sport at any time is a booster. Members and financial supporters of any Delaware State athletic organization are boosters. These are only a handful of examples of typical “boosters” who may be affiliated with an athletic program. Many additional scenarios exist, but, regardless of a booster affiliation with the university, it is important that all supporters follow NCAA rules as they interact with prospects, current student-athletes, their families and friends. What you cannot do | A booster is prohibited from making in-person, on-or off-campus recruiting contacts, or written or telephone communication with a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or legal guardians. | A booster is prohibited from contacting any enrolled student-athlete at another institution for the purpose of encouraging transfer to Delaware State University and participation in its athletics program. If a prospect approaches a DSU booster regarding the athletics program, please explain that NCAA rules prohibit such a discussion and suggest to the prospect that he/she contact the head coach of the sport for more information. | A booster is prohibited from contacting the prospect’s coach, principal or counselor for the purpose of obtaining information about the prospect. | A booster is prohibited from picking up film or transcripts from the prospect’s educational institution. | A booster is prohibited from entertaining a prospect and/or relatives and friends of a prospect at any site, either onor off-campus. | In addition, a booster is prohibited from providing tickets at no or reduced cost to any Delaware State home or away athletic or non-athletic event for prospects, their relatives or friends. Only the DSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics can provide complimentary admissions to prospects and only for HOME events. | A booster is prohibited from paying or arranging for transportation for a prospect and/or relatives and friends of a prospect to visit campus. While it is permissible for a friend or neighbor to transport a high school or community college student who is NOT an athlete to the campus, NCAA regulations prohibit the activity for a prospect. What you can do | A booster is permitted to send newspaper clippings or any other information regarding a prospect to the respective Delaware State coaching staff. | A booster is permitted to attend high school or community college athletic(s) events. You simply cannot have any contact with prospects or relatives and/or friends. | A booster is permitted to continue established family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contact with sons and daughters of these families is permitted as long as they are not made for recruiting purposes. | A booster is permitted to have a telephone conversation with a prospect ONLY if the prospect initiates the call. However, the booster is not permitted to have a recruiting conversation with the prospect and an institutional staff member cannot prearrange the call.

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SPORTS MEDICINE The DSU Sports Medicine Department is committed to providing comprehensive, high quality medical services for its student-athletes. Our goal is to provide for the total health care needs of the student-athlete. On-site medical services include prevention, recognition, evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses, rehabilitation services, pre-participation exams, psychological counseling, nutritional counseling and drug education and counseling. The sports medicine team is made up of a team physician, a team orthopedic physician, a team dentist, certified

athletic trainers, certified physical therapists, and certified strength and conditioning specialists. We also have relationships with the other members of the surrounding DSU community, which includes counseling and psychiatric services, and access to other health care professionals.

lori leary Director of Sports Medicine Head Athletic Trainer B.S. | Northeastern University M.S. | West Virginia University M.S. | Lasell College Office | (302) 857-7552 lleary@desu.edu

casey cooper Associate Athletic Trainer B.S. | Salisbury University M.S. | Shenandoah University Office | (302) 857-7988 ccooper@desu.edu

matthew astolfi Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer B.S. | College at Brockport State | Univ. of New York M.S. | University of Delaware ‘13 Office | (302) 857-7986 mastolfi@desu.edu

medical staff Dr. Lawrence Piccioni Team Orthopedic Surgeon Sue Collison Medical Office Assistant

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING kerry harbor

Director of Strength & Conditioning B.S. | North Carolina Central ‘97 Office | (302) 857-6026 kharbor@desu.edu

MISSION STATEMENT Our program is designed to teach all our athletes to become a physically and mentally stronger individual by implementing a program that stresses goal setting, dedication and perseverance. PHILOSOPHY The young men and women that we work with in our program are athletes first. All of the activities that we perform with them will be to enhance their natural athletic ability. We will use training concepts and principles from different disciplines to help our athletes reach their goals on and off their respective playing field. FACILITIES Delaware State University student-athletes benefit from a first-rate strength and conditioning facility. The first phase of the DSU’s $50 million Strength and Conditioning/ Wellness Center/Student Union opened during the fall of 2008. A dedication ceremony for the facility was attended by local and state elected officials and many former DSU

student-athletes, including NFL standouts, Jamal Jackson and Darnerien McCants. The strength and conditioning center is a 17,000 feet, state-of-the-art complex with all the amenities of a major college facility. The center is connected to the north end of the Memorial Hall main gymnasium and is solely for the use of Hornet student-athletes. The facility includes a weight room, laundry room, offices for conditioning coaches and locker rooms for men’s and women’s basketball. The addition also includes a two-story entrance and lobby with ticketing area. Phase II of the project involved the construction of a Wellness Center specifically for the general student population and the general public. This section is located on the southeast end of Memorial Hall and includes the renovation of an existing auxiliary basketball court and construction of a new basketball court as well as new offices, concession space, men’s and women’s locker rooms and a swimming pool.

components I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI.

Effort & Consistency Testing & Evaluation Strength Training General Conditioning Sport Specific Conditioning Linear Speed Development Multi Directional Speed And Agility Training Exercises And Programs To Increase Flexibility Proper Diet And Nutrition Information Injury Prevention Strategies And Activities To Improve Recovery

equipment Some of the equipment used in the strength and conditioning center include: 18 Power Lift racks and platforms 18 Power Lift power bars 18 Power Lift lever action benches 18 Uesaka training bars 18 sets of Uesaka bumper plates 18 Power Lift lever action benches 3 sets of 5-100lb Iron Grip dumbells 1 set of 105-150lb Iron Grip dumbells

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FACILITIES mike rogers Coordinator of Athletic Facilities and Events B.S. | Delaware State ‘02 M.S. | Delaware State ‘09 Office | (302) 857-6067 Fax | (302) 857-6034 mrogers@desu.edu

alumni stadium Home of the DSU women’s soccer team, Alumni Stadium was constructed in 1980 and has hosted 72 Hornet soccer matches since 2002. Delaware State holds a 14-53-5 all-time record at the stadium. The Hornets’ first every victory at Alumni Stadium was a 1-0 win over Post University on Sept. 8, 2006. The school’s most lopsided victory came during the 2011 campaign with a 12-0 win over Lincoln (Pa.) on Sept. 9. Renovations took place with the installation of lights in the winter of 2005 and the addition of artificial turf during the spring of 2006.

ALUMNI STADIUM QUICK FACTS Completed: Sept.1980 First Game: Football - Sept. 6, 1980 vs. Salisbury State Soccer - Sept. 4, 2002 vs. Youngstown State First Victory: Football - 9/20/80 (8-6 win over District of Columbia) Soccer - Sept. 8, 2006 (1-0 win over Post Univ.) Most Decisive Win: Football - 11/5/06 62-0 vs. Concord (W.V.) Soccer - 9/9/11 12-0 vs. Lincoln (Pa.) Capacity: 7,000 Playing Surface: Artificial A-Turf Soccer Home Record: 14-53-5

Alumni Stadium also serves as home for the DSU football, women’s lacrosse and both men’s and women’s track and field teams. Additionally, the facility is the site of the annual Delaware I & II High School Championship football games.

gambler’s choice equestrian center hornets’ nest Gambler’s Choice Equestrian Center features an 18-stall barn and a 10-stall barn, with three tack stalls and a wash stall with hot water, on-site laundry room, heated lounge and bathroom. All stalls include sliding doors and have rubber mats. Both indoor and outdoor arenas feature elevated judges’ stands, along with a PA system for events. Gambler’s Choice has a 100’x200’ clear span indoor arena that allows for allweather riding and a 150’x300’ outdoor sand area. As the home of the DSU Hornets Equestrian team, the facility is equipped for Western and English riding.

The Hornets’ Nest has been the home field of the Delaware State University softball team since 1992. The dimensions for the field are 220’ down the lines and 225’ in centerfield. The infield consists of Diamond-Tex with pro conditioner. In fall 2011, the team installed new sport rye mix grass in the outfield. The Hornets’ Nest includes a press box with Wi-Fi and fiber optics streaming capabilities, home/visitor bull pens, three batting cages, infield/ outfield irrigation, seating capacity of 300 and lights.

memorial hall soldier field Constructed in 1982, Memorial Hall Gymnasium has been home to the DSU men’s and women’s basketball programs as well as the volleyball team for over three decades. The facility was christened by the men’s basketball team on December 7, 1982 with a 9692 double-overtime victory over U.S. International. Since then, the facility has been a part of many exciting contests.

Home to the DSU baseball team, Soldier Field has hosted games since 1958. The dimensions are 320’ down the lines, 365’ in the leftfield gap, 355’ in the rightfield gap and 380’ in centerfield. Prior to the start of the 2009 season, the leftfield fence was extended to a height of 20’.

maple dale country club brunswick doverama The women’s golf team calls Dover’s Maple Dale Country Club home beginning in 2012. Maple Dale was established in 1925 as a three-hole course and expanded to nine holes in the mid-30’s. After relocating in 1969, it was enlarged to a full 18 holes and now offers a mature course set amidst a wooded terrain, dotted with various ponds. This USGA championship rated 18– hole course is as challenging and fun, as it is beautiful, having only one recorded score below par in a 36 hole tournament.

The Brunswick Doverama is home to the bowling team, where they practice daily and host an average of two events each season. The Doverama is located at 1600 S. Governors Ave. (at DuPont Hwy.). For more information, please contact the bowling center at 302-734-7501.

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dr. harry l. williams

president | fourth season | b.s. appalachian state | m.a. appalachian state | m.ed. east tennessee state

P Dr. Harry L. Williams became the 10th President in the 120-year history of Delaware State University on January 10, 2010, after serving as the institution’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. Shortly after beginning his tenure as president, Dr. Williams convened a Blue Ribbon Commission that crafted a new vision statement and a set of core values to establish DSU as one of America’s most highly respected Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). During the first eight months of his tenure, Dr. Williams held more than 200 meetings with constituencies, including White House officials, Governor Jack Markell, the Delaware Congressional delegation, state legislators, alumni groups, community organizations and others. Dr. Williams also took two trips abroad to sign new collaborative agreements with institutions of higher education in China and South Africa. Under Dr. Williams’ leadership as provost, the University established a new general education program, a distance education strategic plan and a Middle States Monitoring Report plan and successfully completed searches that led to the hiring of a new dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, a director of distance learning, a director of the honors program and an associate vice president for sponsored programs.

North Carolina General Administration as interim associate vice president for academic affairs beginning in September 2007. He was elevated in March 2008 to interim senior associate vice president for academic and student affairs in which he focused on access and outreach for the 17 campuses of the UNC system. Dr. Williams also progressed from an associate director to associate vice chancellor posts in the areas of academic affairs, enrollment and diversity at Appalachian State University from 1988 to 2000 and from 2004 to 2007. He served as interim director of admissions for North Carolina A&T University from 2000 to 2004. In addition to his experience within institutions of higher education, from 2002 to 2008 Dr. Williams was a national marketing and recruitment associate consultant with Noel-Levitz, the top national consultation firm for enrollment and management solutions in the country. In that capacity, Dr. Williams provided consultation expertise to 14 different institutions of higher education, including Delaware State University. Dr. Williams earned a Bachelor of Science in communication broadcasting and a Master of Arts in educational media, both from Appalachian State University. He earned an Ed.D. in educational leadership and policy analysis from East Tennessee State University.

He is married to Dr. Robin S. Williams, and they have two chilPrior to his arrival at DSU, Dr. Williams served the University of dren: Austin, 16, and Gavin, 12.

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dsu board of trustees APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR TERM EXPIRES Mr. Bennie L. Smith Kent August 25, 2012 Dr. Calvin T. Wilson, II Kent August 25, 2012 Leroy A. Tice, Esq. New Castle October 17, 2014 Dr. Claibourne D. Smith New Castle February 18, 2016 Mr. Wesley E. Perkins Sussex September 1, 2016 Ms. Lois M. Hobbs Sussex January 11, 2017 Dr. Devona E.B. Williams Kent January 25, 2018 Mr. David G. Turner New Castle January 26, 2018 APPOINTED BY THE BOARD Mr. Barry M. Granger New Castle Mr. Robert E. Buccini New Castle Mr. James Stewart New Castle Mr. José F. Echeverri, MBA Kent Mr. Charles McDowell, Esq. New Castle

TERM EXPIRES August 31, 2014 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2018 August 31, 2018

EX-OFFICIO The Honorable Jack A. Markell Governor of the State of Delaware

Now in its 121 year, Delaware State University has eagerly moved into the new millennium by embracing today’s new technology, assuming its role as an institution of research and preparing its students for the global market. st

Delaware State University’s beginnings date back to 1891, when through enacted the federal Morrill Act of 1890 and state legislation, the State College for Colored Students was established. The first classes were held in February 1892.

During DSU’s history, there have also been two acting presidents. Dr. Maurice E. Thomasson served as acting president twice (1949-1950 and 1951-1953). Dr. Claibourne D. Smith was acting president from 2008-2010.

DSU is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, with its most recent reaffirmation of accreditation taking place in 2012. In addition, the University’s education, social work, dietetics, nursing, hospitality and tourism programs all have national The institution has since developed into accreditations. The College of Business is a 400-acre complex and has undergone internationally accredited. two name changes since its inception. The name was changed to Delaware State Students at DSU have a choice of 52 unCollege in 1947 and Delaware State Uni- dergraduate majors and 25 graduate versity in 1993. In addition to its main degrees. Since 2004, DSU has also estabcampus in the state capital of Dover, DSU lished five doctoral programs – in Aphas satellite campuses in Wilmington and plied Chemistry, Education Leadership, Georgetown. Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Neuroscience In the institution’s history, the institution and Optics. Of the 190 faculty members has had 10 presidents – Wesley P. Webb that are spread among 20 academic de(1891-1895), William C. Jason (1895- partments, more than 91% of the faculty 1923), Dr. William S. Grossley, (1923- holds doctoral degrees while 45 have 1942), Dr. Howard Gregg (1942-1949), reached the rank of full professor. The stuDr. Oscar Chapman (1950-1951), Dr. Je- dent/professor ratio is a low 14:1. rome H. Holland (1953-1960), Dr. Luna I. Mishoe (1960-1987), Dr. William B. De- Over the last decade, research has beLauder (1987-2003), Dr. Allen L. Sessoms come a high priority at DSU. Over that (2003-2008) and Dr. Harry Lee Williams time the institution has parlayed suc(2010-present). cessful grant writing efforts into the sig-

Dr. Harry L. Williams President, Delaware State University TRUSTEE EMERITUS Dr. John Land Dr. Cora Norwood Selby

core values

Community Integrity Diversity Scholarship Outreach

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY nificant improvements in its research infrastructure and project opportunities. The University currently has research projects in the disciplines of biotechnology, chemistry, law enforcement, mathematics, natural resources, social work, applied optics, computer sciences and other areas. In 2009, the University received a $5 million NASA grant to establish a Center for Applied Optics for Space Science on the DSU campus. In 2011, the state of Delaware set aside $10 million to go toward the construction of a new Optics Research Facility. In addition to its traditional majors, DSU offers unique undergraduate programs in aviation, forensic biology, environmental science, hospitality and tourism management, health promotion and movement sciences. The most popular undergraduate majors are mass communications, criminal justice, sport science, management, psychology, accounting and biology. Over the last three years, the University has also significantly increased its reach around the world through a number of international agreements abroad. In 2011 the University finalized new agreements with several Chinese institutions of higher education. A group of DSU students traveled to China for a one-month learning experience in the spring 2012, and during the current fall semester 2011 more than 100 Chinese exchanges students

are enrolled at DSU. In addition, DSU’s Master of Business Education Program in Vietnam National University graduated its first class in mid-September 2011. DSU offers 18 intercollegiate athletics programs at the NCAA Division I level. Its football, men’s and women’s basketball, softball teams and women’s equestrian have all achieved post-season national tournament bids over the last eight years, mostly the result of winning their conference tournament championship and regular season titles. Most recently, the University has added women’s golf and women’s lacrosse to the University’s intercollegiate sports programs. Over the last five years, the University made significant enhancement to campus life with the completion of a $51.5 million student complex that includes a Strength and Conditioning Facility, a Wellness & Recreation Center, a Swimming Pool and a three-story Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center. During the fall semester 2011, DSU had a school record-enrollment of 4,178 students.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY DSU AT A GLANCE | 56 Undergraduate degree programs, 25 Master’s degree programs and five Doctoral degree programs | Accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), as well as by six specialized academic accrediting agencies | William C. Jason Library includes a collection of 415,622 printed volumes and a total holding of more than 475,033 publications FACULTY PROFILE | 190 faculty members within | 21 academic departments | 174 faculty members possess a PhD or a terminal degree (Terminal Master’s of Flight Captain) | Student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1 SATELLITE SITES | Wilmington, Delaware | Georgetown, Delaware TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 3,819 | 86% Full-Time | 14% Part-Time | 58% Live on campus | 42% Commute | 50% In-State | 50% Out-of-State MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS | Management | Nursing | Mass Communications | Psychology | Criminal Justice | Social Work | Sport Sciences/Sports Management | Agriculture | Accounting | Biology

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DOVER, DELAWARE Visitors to Kent County, Delaware are pleasantly surprised by the variety of historical and cultural attractions, beautiful farmland and coastal scenery, and curious mix of old traditions and modern high-tech culture. In Kent County, visitors can find Amish buggies on city streets, delicate shorebirds and giant C-5 Galaxy military cargo planes, quiet museums and exciting NASCAR races, arts and antiques, Colonial history, slots and harness racing. Dover, the capital of the First State, invites you to experience life in a small American city – history, tax-free shopping and ambiance, all in a clean safe and friendly environment. You can spend the day shopping or strolling the quaint tree-lined streets to take in the city’s historic architecture, and spend the evenings at the theater or trying your luck at a gaming facility. You can step back in time, literally, by standing on the very corner where in 1787, delegates to Delaware’s Constitutional Convention ratified the U.S. Constitution – thus giving Delaware its “First State” moniker. The area’s collection of small towns as well as the natural beauty of places such as Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, provide

hours of fun and adventure for visitors of all ages. Dover’s central location in Delaware makes Kent County the perfect place for regional meetings and conventions, and a great overnight destination for tours of the state. Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley attractions are only one hour’s drive to the north. Delaware’s beach resorts, including Lewes, Bethany, and Rehoboth, are only one hour’s drive to the south. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. are all within a two-hour drive. Kent County puts you right in the middle of the charm and excitement of “America at its Best.” ATTRACTIONS Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 16,000-acre haven along the Delaware Bay coast east of Smyrna, with salt marshes, ponds, fields, and forests. Visitors come from all over the world to see the variety of migratory shorebirds and waterfowl that stop to feed at the refuge, an important feeding stop on the Atlantic Flyway. OUTDOOR ACTIVITES The Delaware Bay, just East of Dover, offers some of the best fishing and crabbing in the region. The bay serves as a breeding DOVER AIR FORCE BASE Dover Air Force Base is important to the country’s defense, as it represents one-fourth of the nation’s strategic airlift capacity. Approximately 7,000 people are stationed at the DAFB. Dover is home to 36 giant C-5 Galaxy cargo planes, which are used to transport troops and equipment wherever they are needed around the world. The C-5 is the largest airplane in the U.S. military. Each plane is nearly as long as a football field, and could carry six motor coaches in its hold. The base cargo terminal known as the “Superport” is the largest anywhere in the US military, processing more tons of cargo than Kennedy airport in NY. The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Museum on the DAFB has over 24 aircraft on display, and features more multi-engine aircraft than the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC. Veteran aircraft on display include a C-47 “Gooney Bird” that dropped paratroopers over Normandy on D-Day.

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DOVER, DELAWARE ground for many aquatic species, including horseshoe crabs. The bay is also a prime oyster ground. The area also features firstrate golf courses, bike trails, scenic paths, boating, state parks, conservation areas, lakes and greenways. EVENTS The Old Dover Days Festival has existed in one form or another in the capital city since 1933. It is held on The Green and Legislative Mall, two beautiful outdoor parks in the historic downtown district. Traditional elements and new components bring in thousands of visitors each year with attendance reaching 15,000. Old Dover Days is a celebration of the First State’s Capital City and features a parade, maypole dancing, food court, re-enactors, walking tours, free entertainment and much more. The Amish Bike Tour, African-American Festival, Delmarva Folk Festival, Jazz & Blues Festival, Diamond State BBQ Championship and Wyoming Peach Festival are other events that bring thousands to Central Delaware each year.

The Johnson Victrola museum is a tribute to Delaware’s native son, Eldridge Reeves Johnson, who founded the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1901. Exhibits include phonographs, recordings, memorabilia, trademarks, objects, and paintings that highlight Mr. Johnson’s successful business enterprises and chronicle the development of the sound-recording industry. In 2004, under the leadership of Board Chair Dr. Scott D. Miller (President of Wesley College), a strategic alliance was formed to partner the resources of Wesley College, Delaware State University, and The Friends of the Capital Theater, to maximize usage and position the historic treasure as the premiere performing arts center south of Wilmington. In January 2007, the relationship was formalized with the three becoming equal partners in the operation, management and programming of the Center.

ARTS & CULTURE The Greater Dover is rich in arts and cultural activities. The Schwartz Center for the Arts, of which DSU is a partner, is one of the premier performing arts venues in the state. From live performances, films and special events, to meetings and receptions, the Schwartz Center offers something for all tastes. The Dover Symphony Orchestra is a regional organization founded in 1967 and comprised of professional and amateur musicians of all ages.

DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY Dover Downs International Speedway hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup/Nationwide Series race weekends each year. Dover has the largest seating capacity (140,000 seats) of any sports facility between New York and the Carolinas. The “Monster Mile” has challenged many professional drivers as they compete for the checkered flag. The concrete track with 24 degree banking is the first and only concrete superspeedway in NASCAR history, providing awesome racing action. NASCAR weekends at Dover are typically scheduled for the second weekend in May and the fourth weekend in September. Qualifying takes place on Friday, Nationwide Series drivers race on Saturday, and the Sprint Cup stars race on Sunday. Dover Downs, along with nearby Harrington Raceway, also features top flight harness racing.

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STATE SCHEDULE 8/26 8/31 9/2 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/27 10/6 10/11 10/18 10/21 10/27 10/29 11/2-5

MANHATTAN ALUMNI STADIUM 3 p.m. Fairleigh Dickinson Teaneck, N.J. 7 p.m. RADFORD ALUMNI STADIUM 1 p.m. DELAWARE ALUMNI STADIUM 1 p.m. Bryant Smithfield, R.I. 3 p.m. Holy Cross Worchester, Mass. 1 p.m. RIDER ALUMNI STADIUM 7 P.M. MOUNT ST. MARY’S ALUMNI STADIUM 1 P.M. GOLDEY-BEACOM ALUMNI STADIUM 7 P.M. HARCUM ALUMNI STADIUM 1 P.M. NJIT* Newark, N.J. 7 p.m. SOUTH CAROLINA ST.* ALUMNI STADIUM 7 P.M. HOWARD* ALUMNI STADIUM 1 P.M. Houston Baptist* Houston, Texas 2 p.m. Utah Valley* Orem, Utah 9 p.m. Great West Conf. Tournament Orem, Utah TBD * - Great West Conference Game Times and dates subject to change | Home dates in white

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