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2016 Women’s Soccer Schedule

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9/1

CENTRE COLONELS

7:30 p.m.

9/3

at Anderson Ravens

1 p.m.

9/7

WITTENBERG TIGERS

7 p.m.

9/10

at Manchester Spartans

4 p.m.

9/14

at Earlham Quakers

4 p.m.

9/17

WOOSTER SCOTS

2:30 p.m.

9/21

at Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops

7 p.m.

9/24

at Ohio Christian Trailblazers

2 p.m.

10/1

* at John Carroll Blue Streaks

4 p.m.

10/4

* CAPITAL CRUSADERS

7 p.m.

10/7

* at Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets

7 p.m.

10/12

* OTTERBEIN CARDINALS

7 p.m.

10/15

* MARIETTA PIONEERS

7 p.m.

10/18

* at Ohio Northern Polar Bears

7 p.m.

10/22

* MOUNT UNION PURPLE RAIDERS

7 p.m.

10/26

* at Muskingum Muskies

7 p.m.

10/29

* at Heidelberg Student Princes

2 p.m.

Home games denoted in bold * Denotes Ohio Athletic Conference game


TABLE OF CONTENTS

WILMINGTON COLLEGE QUICK FACTS

Season Preview

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Roster

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Coaching Staff

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Players Profiles

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2015 Recap

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2015 Stats

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All-Time Results

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Record Book

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Student Life

24-25

About Wilmington

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Wilmington Admission

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Why We Play Division III

Back Cover

Location ....................................... Wilmington, Ohio 45177 Founded ....................................................................... 1870 Religious Affiliation.....................Relig. Society of Friends Nickname ................................................... Fightin’ Quakers Colors ...................................... Dark Green and Lime Green Enrollment .................................................................. 1,200 Stadium ....................................... Williams Stadium (2,500) Surface................................................................... AstroPlay Conference ..................................................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation........................................................ NCAA Div. III President .................................................... James Reynolds Director of Athletics ...................................... Terry Rupert Office Phone ........................................ 937-481-2255 Faculty Ath. Rep...................................... Audrey Wagstaff Head Coach ....................................................... Steve Spirk Alma Mater ........................................... Wilmington, ‘82 Office Phone ....................................... 937-481-2262 Career Record ........................ 288-139-33 (22 years) 2015 Record ........................................................... 10-8-1 2015 OAC Record .................................................... 4-4-1 Campus Web site ........................... www.wilmington.edu

Sports Information Dir. of Athletic Communications.............. Jayson Ameer Rasheed Office Phone ............................................. 937-481-2347 Office Fax ................................................. 937-383-8557 Cell Phone ................................................. 513-578-9388 E-mail .............................. ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu Web site ............................... www.wilmingtonquakers.com

CREDITS The 2016 Wilmington College Women’s Media Guide is produced and edited by the Wilmington College Sports Information Department EDITOR/DESIGNER: Jayson Ameer Rasheed PHOTOGRAPHS: Randy Sarvis GRAPHICS: Jayson Ameer Rasheed, Gary Stover III

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fter a two-year absence, the Wilmington College women’s soccer team qualified for the Ohio Athletic Conference tournament last season, and they are looking to carry that momentum in the 2016 season.

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“We want to continue the team spirit we had last season, in particularly towards the end, where we needed to win two games on the road to make the playoffs - which we were able to accomplish,” said Wilmington head coach Steve Spirk. “This year, coming in, we have a real good mix. We have a very good mix of veterans, senior leadership as well as the sophomore and junior class. We have some talented freshmen that will make for a good mix of talent this season.” A four-game winless streak had the season in peril, but back-to-back road shutouts had the team back in the OAC tournament. Wilmington returns a good share of its major contributors this season, and the experience of winning some must-win games could carry over for another successful year. A trio of seniors – Taylor Scott (Lynchburg, OH/Lynchburg Clay), Erika Good (Miamisburg, OH/Miamisburg) and Alyssa Reule (Miamisburg, OH/Miamisburg) – will be the backbone of the team’s success. “All three of our captains are seniors this year, and I think those three all have a lot of playing experience, and are fierce competitors,” said Spirk. “They are warriors when it comes to coming out, playing hard in every game and in training hard in practice. We will be leaning on them quite heavily.” The Fightin’ Quakers return their top three

Despite starting 18 games last season, sophomore goalkeeper Brittany Ross is engaged in a three-player battle with junior Ana Hosler and freshman Leda Moyer.

goal scorers and nine of the 11 players that scored a goal. Scott has led the team in scoring in each of the last two seasons, tallying 14 goals and eight assists over that time frame. Good and junior Ashley Lovett (Washington Court House, OH/Washington Senior) each scored five goals for Wilmington. “We can score goals in a number of ways,” said Spirk. “We have some strong forwards, and it can come from the midfield. Right now, I think it can come from just about anywhere.”


Blanchester) and sophomore Brittany Ross (Covington, OH/Newton) both have starting experience. Ross started 18 games last year, allowing 1.37 goals per game and posting a .657 save percentage. Over the last two years, Hosler has played in eight games with three starts with a 2.10 goals against average. She has a career save percentage of .647. Freshman Leda Moyer (Martinsville, OH/ Clinton Massie) has inserted herself into the competition. “Right now we have three solid goalkeepers that are competing for the starting spot, and that is a good thing,” said Spirk. “We will definitely have depth, and whoever is playing well will be in net for us.” Senior Taylor Scott has led the team in scoring in each of the last two seasons, and returns for her final go-around.

Sophomore Hannah Greaney (Dayton, OH/ Carroll) is the only other player with multiple goals and multiple assists returning this season. She finished with three goals and two assists. Getting the first shot to navigate the midfield will be players like Baylee Houck (Huber Heights, OH/Wayne), sophomore Sarah Pierce (New Carlisle, OH/Dominion Academy) and sophomore Kayla Marrero (West Carrollton, OH/Middletown Christian.) Three goalkeepers will be locked into a spirited battle for the starting spot in the net. Junior Ana Hosler (Blanchester, OH/

While goalkeeping is the final line for defense, you need contributions from the players along the back line. This is where Wilmington took the biggest hit, losing two three-year starters in Morgan Combs and Ashley Stockton. However, Good brings toughness to the defense and junior Mellonee Hall (Beavercreek, OH/Beavercreek) exceled after moving to the back third last season. Reule’s role, rather in the midfield or the defense, has yet to be decided. Junior Courtney Fernandez (Huber Heights, OH/Wayne), junior Stephanie Randolph (Monroe, OH/Monroe) sophomore Taylor Leake (Beavercreek, OH/ Beavercreek) and sophomore Taylor Thompson (Canal Winchester, OH/Canal Winchester) all have significant varsity experience.

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Head Coach Steve Spirk

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Steve Spirk has established himself as one of the top coaches in collegiate soccer, and will be entering his 25th season as the Wilmington head coach. Winning is the standard, not the exception, in Spirk’s life in soccer — both as a player and coach. As a prep star at Northmont High School in Dayton, he was a three-time All-Ohio selection. He continued his playing career at Wilmington College, where he was a four-time NAIA All-American. From 1977 to 1980, Spirk racked up numbers that have stood the test of time. His name is still atop virtually every WC statistical category, including career goals (74), career assists (43), career points (191), single-season points (57 and 54) and season goals (22 twice). No player had a bigger role in the genesis of Wilmington College soccer than Spirk. His Wilmington squads of the late ’70s compiled a 53-15-3 (.768) record as the WC men’s team grew to national prominence. In 1996, Spirk’s accomplishments were acknowledged by his induction into the NAIA Hall of Fame. Spirk took over a Wilmington team in 1992 that had suffered through back-to-back losing seasons. He qualified for the school’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA National Tournament in his second season. A 1992 Wilmington College Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, Spirk has earned the respect of his coaching peers, both regionally and across the nation. He was the Association of Mideast Colleges Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 and the OAC Coach of the Year in 2001 and 2003. He was named the Mideast Region Coach of the Year and finalist for National Coach of the Year in 1994 and 1996. Spirk’s teams are as good in the classroom as they are on the field. His teams have earned the Women’s Collegiate Team Academic Award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America 17 of the past 19 years. Spirk also is WC’s director of athletic development. He lives in Wilmington, and has three sons, Jacob, Ben and Sam.

Coaching Records Don Tecklenberg 1983 3-9-1............. 1984 13-5-3 .......... 1985 14-4-2 ........... Totals 30-18-6 ..........

.333 .690 .NAIA Regional Runners up .750 .NAIA National Tournament .611

Jim Myers 1986 13-5-0 ........... .722 .NAIA National Tournament 1987 16-6-1 ........... .717 .NAIA National Tournament Totals 29-11-1 .......... .719 Sandy Eisennhunt 1988 15-5-0 ........... 1989 10-7-0 ........... 1990 9-11-0 ........... 1991 8-9-2 ............ Totals 42-32-2 ..........

.750 .588 .450 .474 .566

Steve Spirk 1992 7-10-0 ........... .412 1993 17-3-0 ........... .850 ............. AMC Champions 1994 19-3-0 ............... .864 .AMCChampions/NCAATourney 1995 14-4-0 ........... .778 ............. AMC Champions 1996 16-3-0 ........... .842 .......... NCAA Tournament 1997 12-7-1 ........... .625 .......... NCAA Tournament 1998 14-4-1 ........... .763 ........... HCAC Champions 1999 13-5-1 ........... .711 2000 15-5-1 ........... .750 .............. NCAA Sweet 16 2001 8-5-4 ............ .615 . OAC Regular Season Champs 2002 16-6-0 ........... .727 .............. NCAA Sweet 16 2003 18-4-1 ........... .804 .............. NCAA Sweet 16 2004 12-6-2 ........... .650 2005 4-11-3 ........... .306 2006 11-3-4 ........... .722 2007 13-6-2 ........... .667 2008 15-6-0 ........... .714 2009 11-6-2 ............ 605 2010 7-8-5 ............ .475 2011 6-11-3 ........... .376 2012 12-7-1 ........... .631 2013 11-7-1 ........... .595 2014 7-11-1 ........... .389 2015 10-8-1............ .555 Totals 288-149-33....................659


Bob Dessecker

Jacob Morrison

Bob Dessecker has been an assistant coach of the women’s soccer team since 1998. His primary duties for the squad are to provide scouting reports on potential soccer recruits and scouting reports on future WC opponents. Dessecker was a high school coach for 13 years before coming to Wilmington. He was an assistant at Northmont High School from 1984 until 1989 from where he was promoted to varsity coach from 1990-93. During his tenure at Northmont, he was involved in four state championship teams. In his 13 years as high school coach, his teams never had a losing season. He also was the varsity coach at Springboro High School from 1995 to 1997. Dessecker resides in Beavercreek. He is retired from LexusNexis.

Jacob Morrison is in his second season as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Wilmington College. He comes to Wilmington after serving one season as the assistant varsity coach at Miami Trace High School. Morrison holds a NSCAA Level 6. A graduate of Ohio Christian University, he was a soccer team leader for three season with the Trail Blazers and a head coach of the OCU overnight soccer camp.

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No. Name Yr. 00 Ana Hosler Jr. 0 Hannah Edge So. 1 Brittany Ross So. 2 Taylor Leake So. 3 Hanna Greaney So. 4 Arianna Johnson Fr. 5 Ashley Lovett Jr. 6 Haley Brausch So. 8 Alyssa Reule Sr. 10 Stephanie Randolph Jr. 11 Taylor Scott Sr. 13 Baylee Houck So. 14 Sarah Pierce So. 15 Alex Vestal Fr. 16 Erika Good Sr. 17 Kayla Marrero So. 18 Courtney Fernandez Jr. 19 Makylie Ulmer Fr. 20 Katie Evans So. 21 Madison Weideman Fr. 23 Mellonee Hall Jr. 24 Haley Burge Fr. 26 Taylor Thompson So. 27 Taylor Coy Fr. 29 Amy Johnson Fr. 30 Danielle Quittschreiber Fr. 91 Leda Moyer So. Sidney Avey Fr.

Pos. GK GK GK MF MF D F D D F F MF F F D MF D F F F D MF D D MF MF GK F

Ht. Hometown/School 5-4 Blanchester, OH / Blanchester 5-7 Circleville, OH / Logan Elm 5-6 Covington, OH / Newton 5-2 Beavercreek, OH / Beavercreek 5-9 Dayton, OH / Carroll 5-8 Cincinnati, OH/Winton Woods 5-4 Washington CH, OH / Senior 5-8 Clarksville, OH/Clinton-Massie 5-6 Miamisburg, OH / Miamisburg 5-6 Monroe, OH / Monroe 5-5 Lynchburg, OH / Lynchburg-Clay 5-5 Huber Hts., OH / Wayne 5-11 New Carlisle, OH / Dominion Aca. 5-6 Orlando, FL / Lake Nona 5-4 Miamisburg, OH / Miamisburg 5-6 West Carrollton, OH / Middletown Chr. 5-8 Huber Heights, OH / Wayne 5-5 Dayton, OH/Bethel 5-4 Leesburg, OH / Leesburg-Fairfield 5-2 Sunman, IN/East Central 5-2 Beavercreek, OH / Beavercreek 5-7 Clarks Hill, IN / McCutcheon 5-6 Canal Winchester, OH / Canal Winchester 5-7 B ellefontaine, OH / Benjamin Logan 5-5 Warsaw, OH / River View 5-7 Mt. Orab, OH/Western Brown 5-6 Martinsville, OH / Clinton-Massie 5-8 Clarksville, OH / Clinton-Massie


Hannah Edge Sophomore GK Circleville, OH Logan Elm

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COACHES COMMENTS

Hannah is a bright ball of energy who seems to keep the team’s spirit up. She is one of the hardest working players on the team and continues to improve each and every day.

Katie Evans Sophomore F Leesburg, OH Leesburg-Fairfield

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COACHES COMMENTS

Katie is coming off of a promising season. After her transition from wing to forward Katie immediately showed signs of danger. Katie is a strong athlete who knows how to fight and scrap for goals. Look for her to be in the mix of every chance on goal.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 17 15 36 2 1 5 Career 17 15 36 2 1 5

Courtney Fernandez Junior D Huber Heights, OH Wayne

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Erika Good Senior D Miamisburg, OH Miamisburg

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2016 HM 2016 Academic

COACHES COMMENTS

Courtney is such a team player. Her selflessness helps make the team so close and so effective. She is a very hard worker and always is looking to help the program out in any and every way. Top notch person.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2014 12 0 1 0 0 0 2015 10 0 2 0 0 0 Career 22 0 3 0 0 0

COACHES COMMENTS

Erika looks to anchor a very impressive back line. Her defensive prowess and expertise will and partnership with the back line make her a very effective player. Not only can she prevent goals, she can score goals as well. Having that multipurpose center back is a nice addition to have.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2012 20 7 16 1 1 3 2013 15 5 10 1 0 2 2014 3 3 8 0 0 0 2015 19 19 34 5 1 11 Career 57 34 68 7 2 16

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Hanna Greaney Sophomore MF Dayton, OH Carroll

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COACHES COMMENTS

Hanna is an exciting multi-purpose player who can attack and defend. She looks to help anchor the back line with her tactical awareness and strong frame.

10 GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 15 4 19 3 2 8 Career 15 4 19 3 2 8

Ana Hosler Junior GK Blanchester, OH Blanchester

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Mellonee Hall Junior D Beavercreek, OH Beavercreek

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COACHES COMMENTS

Mellonee Hall is a highly talented defender and leader. If she isn’t stopping everything that goes down her side of the field, she is sparking an attack and getting into dangerous areas. She is a smooth, yet exhilarating player to watch.

GP GS Shots 2014 19 19 4 2015 19 19 4 Career 38 38 8

G 0 0 0

A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0

Baylee Houck Sophomore MF Huber Heights, OH Wayne

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2016 Academic

COACHES COMMENTS

Ana is an experienced leader and goalkeeper for the team. We see her helping our program in many ways this year as one of the team’s upcoming leaders. Despite having a slight setback last year due to injury, she is confident and ready to fight for the #1 goalkeeper spot.

GP GS Min. Svs. GA Sho 2014 6 2 379 17 8 0 2015 2 1 135 5 4 0 Career 8 3 514 23 12 0

COACHES COMMENTS

Baylee has tremendous tactical understanding. In many ways we believe she is one of the best possession players on the team. After some injury setbacks Baylee is looking to return to form and find her spot in the midfield. She is definitely a fun player to watch.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 16 0 6 0 1 1 Career 16 0 6 0 1 1


Taylor Leake Sophomore MF Beavercreek, OH Beavercreek

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COACHES COMMENTS

Taylor is someone we expect to really have a breakout year. She is a talented midfielder with great technical ability. As she grows in confidence she will become a major threat in our attack. Her vision and cutting passes will really be essential for our team this season.

Ashley Lovett Junior F Washington, OH Washington Senior

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COACHES COMMENTS

Ashley is a frightening forward who will give problems to any opposition she faces. Her speed and ruthless aggression is a deadly combination for this team.

11 GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 13 11 27 2 1 5 Career 13 11 27 2 1 5

Kayla Marrero Sophomore MF West Carrollton, OH Middletown Christian

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COACHES COMMENTS

Kayla is one of the most exciting players to look for this season. A highly talented and driven midfielder, Kayla can do it all. Aggressive and cunning in the attack and poised and controlled in defense. These attributes make her an excellent midfielder.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 10 8 19 2 1 5 Career 10 8 19 2 1 5

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 18 3 35 5 0 10 Career 18 3 35 5 0 10

Sarah Pierce Sophomore MF New Carlisle, OH Dominion Academy

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COACHES COMMENTS

Sarah has been working hard to prepare for this season. With her strength, size and fitness level, she looks to improve her technical ability to become a threat on the wing. Sarah is someone we expect to become a great addition to our attack.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 11 0 3 0 1 1 Career 11 0 3 0 1 1


Stephanie Randolph

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Junior F Monroe, OH Monroe

COACHES COMMENTS

Stephanie brings some experience to the team and also a unique skill set. Stephanie is a tremendous crosser of the ball which we will look to utilize in our attack.

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GP GS Shots 2014 13 0 4 2015 19 0 13 Career 32 0 17

G 0 2 2

A Pts 1 1 1 5 2 6

Brittaney Ross Sophomore GK Covington, OH Newton

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Alyssa Reule Senior D Miamisburg, OH Miamisburg

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COACHES COMMENTS

Alyssa is the captain of the team and a powerful defensive presence. We look to utilize her power and dominance in the air to win key areas of the field. She will definitely be a force to reckon with this season.

GP GS Shots 2014 19 16 17 2015 16 15 7 Career 35 31 24

G 0 1 1

A Pts 0 0 1 3 1 3

Taylor Scott Senior MF Huber Heights, OH Wayne

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2016 2nd Team 2016 Academic

COACHES COMMENTS

Brittany was the starting goalkeeper last year as a freshman, she will be coming back to an experienced back line as they look to continue the defensive powerhouse that they had last year.

GP GS Min. Svs. GA Sho 2015 18 18 1573 46 24 6 Career 18 18 1573 46 24 6

COACHES COMMENTS

Taylor is another one of our senior leaders and is also a captain. Taylor is coming off back to back years as our top goal scorer and points leader. She is deadly in front of goal and has a knack for taking on defenders 1v1. She will be a huge part of our offense this year.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2013 15 0 6 0 0 0 2014 19 18 59 8 3 19 2015 19 19 65 6 5 17 Career 53 37 124 14 8 36


Taylor Thompson Sophomore D Canal Winchester, OH Canal Winchester

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COACHES COMMENTS

Taylor is another light hearted soul who keeps this team so close. On top of her joyous presence, she has slowly become a big part of our defense. She has great anticipation and defensive tendencies that make her a tough player to play against. Look for her to solidify herself in a starting role as a defender.

GP GS Shots G A Pts 2015 12 0 7 0 0 0 Career 12 0 7 0 0 0

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Sidney Avey Freshman MF Clarksville, OH Clinton Massie

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COACHES COMMENTS

Sydney is another freshman who we expect to excel in the midfield. Tall, strong and technical, we see her as a tremendous weapon in the midfield.

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Haley Burge Freshman D Clarks Hill, IN McCutcheon

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COACHES COMMENTS

Haley is another addition to the back line. An incoming freshman who is strong and a willing defender. We believe she will be very useful to us this year.

Amy Johnson Freshman MF Warsaw, OH River Valley

COACHES COMMENTS

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Amy, an incoming freshman comes in as a very versatile player as she can play both midfield and defense. A very smart and strong player.

Haley Brausch Sophomore Defender Clarksville, OH Clinton-Massie

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COACHES COMMENTS

Haley is a transfer student athlete, who we are looking to utilize immediately in the team. She is a smart player who can attack and defend. Her experience will really help this team to win games.

Taylor Coy Freshman D Bellefontaine, OH Benjamin Logan

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COACHES COMMENTS

Taylor is another freshman, who is promising defender. Great size and strength and the ability to commit to challenges. She will be a great addition to us this year and we expect big things from her.

Arianna Johnson Freshman D Cincinnati, OH Winton Woods

COACHES COMMENTS

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Arianna is another freshman defender with size and speed. She will be providing added depth in the defense.


Leda Moyer Freshman GK Martinsville, OH Clinton Massie

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COACHES COMMENTS

Leda is another goalkeeper who also came to us during the spring. Leda is an aggressive keeper with great technical ability. She is a bright spot to our team and is looking to make a solid case for the #1 spot as goalkeeper.

Makylie Ulmer Freshman F Dayton, OH Bethel

COACHES COMMENTS

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Makylie is an incoming freshman that can play many positions and will provide us with added depth in the forward position. She is skilled, hardworking and a good passer.

Danielle Quittschreider Freshman MF Mt. Orab, OH Western Brown

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COACHES COMMENTS

Danielle is another freshman that has the ability to provide depth in the midfield.

Alex Vestal Freshman F Orlando, FL Lake Nona

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COACHES COMMENTS

Alex is also a freshman who came to us during the spring, Alex brings an exciting addition to our team due to her ability to use both her left and right foot. This makes her a multi purposed attacker.

Madison Weideman Freshman F Sunman, IN East Central

COACHES COMMENTS

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Madison is an excellent forward who we look to come in and fight for a position on the field. She can score goals and attack players 1v1.

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2015 Season Recap For the first time in three seasons, the Wilmington College women’s soccer team qualified for the Ohio Athletic Conference tournament. Unfortunately, it was a brief appearance as the Fightin’ Quakers fell to Baldwin Wallace, 4-1. Wilmington finished the season, 10-8-1 overall, 4-4-1 in the OAC. “The 2015 season was one of great development,” said Wilmington head coach Steve Spirk. “After only winning one conference game in 2014 finishing ninth with an overall record of 7-11-1, the team set their sights on not only having a winning season and also making it back to the OAC conference tournament. The success of this year’s team can be attributed to an outstanding freshman class, strong returning group, senior leadership and great team chemistry. Speaking for the coaching staff this was one of our most enjoyable seasons ever. Our future looks bright!”

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Junior Taylor Scott (Lynchburg, OH/Lynchburg-Clay) earned second-team All-OAC, while senior Erika Good (Miamisburg, OH/Miamisburg) picked up honorable mention honors. Both Scott and Good earned Academic All-OAC honors as well. Scott led the team in points (17), goals (six) and assists (five), while Good finished with five goals and one assist to finish with 11 points. Freshman Stephanie Max (Brookville, OH/ Clayton Northmont) also tallied 11 points (four goals and three assists). Junior Morgan Combs (Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) and sophomore Ana Hosler (Blanchester, OH/Blanchester) also earned academic honors from the league.

Taylor Scott

Mellonee Hall

Alyssa Reule


Wilmington College Soccer Wilmington Combined Team Statistics (as of May 31, 2016) All games

2015 Season Statistics

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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Sep 01 09/04/15 09/05/15 Sep 09 Sep 12 Sep 16 9/19/2015 Sep 23 Sep 26 Oct 03 Oct 07 Oct 10 Oct 13 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 27 Oct 31 Nov 02

Opponent MOUNT ST. JOSEPH at Defiance College vs Saint (Pa.) Vincent at Wittenberg FRANKLIN EARLHAM at Wooster OHIO WESLEYAN MANCHESTER MARIETTA at Ohio Northern at John Carroll CAPITAL at Baldwin Wallace OTTERBEIN MOUNT UNION at Muskingum at Heidelberg at Baldwin Wallace

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

OVERALL 10-8-1 4-4-1 6-4

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

Score 0-1 7-1 2-1 1-4 1-3 5-0 1-0 3-2 1-0 3-1 1-2 3-1 1-4 0-0 0-2 2-3 4-0 1-0 1-4

Att. 210 47 30 98 235 215 97 100 100 138 131 160 175 100 143 190 156 123 114

WILM-W

OPP

37-368 1.95 .101 198-368 .538 19.4 94 4-4

29-165 1.53 .176 83-165 .503 8.7 51 0-0

3 0

7 0

1506 9/167 1/30

1026 9/114

HOME 4-5 1-3 3-2 ##

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Player

Taylor Scott Katie Evans Ashley Lovett Stephanie Max Erika Good Alaina Lundregan Taylor Leake Kayla Marrero Hannah Greaney Ashley Stockton Stephanie Randolph Taylor Thompson Alyssa Reule Morgan Combs Baylee Houck Mellonee Hall Sarah Pierce Courtney Fernandez Kala Fox Karleigh Zeisler Sarah Sparks Rachel Johnston Total Opponents

Goalie 1 Brittany Ross 21 Sarah Sparks 00 Ana Hosler ##

Total Opponents

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

NEUTRAL 1-0 0-0 1-0

gp g a 19 6 5 17 2 1 18 5 0 19 4 3 19 5 1 19 0 0 13 2 1 10 2 1 15 3 2 19 4 0 19 2 1 12 0 0 16 1 1 19 0 0 16 0 1 19 0 0 11 0 1 10 0 0 13 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 19 37 18 19 29 15 GP 18 1 2 19 19

Min. 1573:09 45:00 135:00 1753:09 1753:09

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

17 65 .092 38 .585 2 5 36 .056 18 .500 0 10 35 .143 16 .457 0 11 34 .118 17 .500 1 11 34 .147 14 .412 1 0 33 .000 15 .455 0 5 27 .074 18 .667 1 5 19 .105 13 .684 0 8 19 .158 11 .579 1 8 16 .250 11 .688 4 5 13 .154 9 .692 0 0 7 .000 4 .571 0 3 7 .143 1 .143 0 0 6 .000 5 .833 0 1 6 .000 1 .167 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 1 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 92 368 .101 198 .538 10 73 165 .176 83 .503 8

GA

24 1 4 29 37

GAAvg Saves

1.37 2.00 2.67 1.49 1.90

46 3 5 54 161

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 37 29

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 368 165

Saves by Period Wilmington Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 54 161

Corners by Period Wilmington Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 94 51

Fouls by Period Wilmington Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 161 174

Goals by Period Wilmington Opponents Shots by Period Wilmington Opponents

18 12

19 15

176 187 73 86 25 83 55 23 81 71

27 76 39 26 76 95

0 1 3 5 2 0 0 2 3 1

0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 7

Pct

W-L-T

.657 10-7-1 .750 0-0-0 .556 0-1-0 .651 10-8-1 .813 8-10-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0

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6/0 0/0 0/0 6 3


1983 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 3-9-1 1 Oberlin 3 6 Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 Mount St. Joseph 5 1 Xavier 6 0 Denison 4 1 Ohio State 3 5 Kenyon 1 0 Morehead State 5 0 Miami 2 2 Morehead State 4 0 Wooster 0 8 Earlham 1

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1984 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 13-5-3 2 Oakland 1 7 Wheeling 0 11 W.W.C 0 8 Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 Denison 0 3 Kenyon 0 2 Mount St. Joseph 2 6 Case Western Res. 0 4 Wooster 0 2 Xavier 3 0 Dayton 0 1 Ohio State 2 3 Miami 4 6 Oakland 0 2 Oberlin 2 0 Miami 4 3 Dayton 1 1 Quincy 0 0 Metro State 1 1985 Coach: Don Tecklenberg Record: 14-4-2 3 Oberlin 0 3 Canisus 2 1 Buffalo State 5 1 Wisconsin 1 10 Wheeling 0 3 Kenyon 2 1 Xavier 4 0 Dayton 1 4 Bethany 0 2 Wright State 0 1 Miami 4 2 Denison 0 2 Michigan State 2 7 Wooster 0 5 Wright State 0 5 Mount St. Joseph 0 3 Louisville 1 3 Miami 1 2 Metro State 1 6 Quincy 4 1986 Coach: Jim Myers Record: 13-5-0 1 Miami 0

1 Cincinnati 5 10 Findlay 0 7 Mount St. Joseph 0 0 Michigan State 4 6 Wright State 1 5 Oberlin 0 7 St. Mary’s 3 3 Bethany 1 4 Geneva 0 1 Xavier 3 5 Louisville 2 2 Dayton 4 5 Denison 1 4 Wittenberg 0 1 Dayton 0 0 Xavier 1 4 Ohio State 2 1987 Coach: Jim Myers Record: 16-6-1 8 Wittenberg 0 1 Denison 2 3 Oberlin 0 0 Michigan State 7 7 Marietta 0 4 Evansville 1 3 Xavier 1 4 Kenyon 2 1 Siena Heights 0 5 Geneva 0 0 Boca Raton 6 1 Dayton 3 3 Miami 1 1 Wright State 1 6 Bethany 0 15 Louisville 0 9 Baldwin-Wallace 1 10 Otterbein 1 0 Cincinnati 1 3 Findlay 2 1 Siena Heights 0 1 Huntington 0 0 Hardin-Simmons 1 1988 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 15-5-0 7 St. Joseph 0 4 Missouri-Rolla 2 1 Cincinnati 3 1 Michigan State 3 10 Walsh 0 3 Ohio State 0 0 Geneva 1 0 Dayton 4 2 Siena Heights 0 1 Oberlin 0 3 Louisville 0 3 Bethany 0 10 Adrian 0 5 Thomas More 0 1 Wittenberg 0 3 Kenyon 0 7 Findlay 0 1 Wheeling Jesuit 0 2 Lindenwood 2

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1989 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 10-7-0 2 Wooster 0 1 Geneva 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 2 1 Bethany 0 3 Wheeling 2 3 Kenyon 0 2 Thomas More 3 0 Erskine 4 0 Berry 4 0 Wright State 1 4 Oberlin 0 3 Wittenberg 0 0 Dayton 3 1 Denison 1 2 Louisville 0 1 Siena Heights 3 1 Michigan State 2 1990 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 9-11-0 0 Cincinnati 5 0 Ohio Wesleyan 5 0 Wheeling Jesuit 1 1 Wooster 2 1 Thomas More 0 1 Baldwin-Wallace 0 1 Wright State 3 5 Geneva 3 1 Louisville 2 10 Bethany 1 0 Dayton 4 0 Siena Heights 4 0 Michigan State 3 1 Denison 2 12 Bellarmine 0 5 Charleston 2 1 WV Wesleyan 0 2 Thomas More 1 2 Oberlin 1 0 Sienna Heights 1 1991 Coach: Sandy Eisenhunt Record: 8-9-2 2 Bethany 2 1 Muskingum 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 3 4 Oberlin 0 0 Wooster 2 0 WV Wesleyan 2 0 Findlay 1 1 Louisville 5 6 Bluffton 0 1 Thomas More 4 5 Siena Heights 0 10 Capital 2 3 Wittenberg 1 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 0 Dayton 6 0 Wheeling 3 4 Charleston 1

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1992 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 7-10-0 0 Wooster 4 2 Oberlin 1 3 Bellarmine 2 1 Midway 2 0 Findlay 1 10 Bluffton 0 1 Maryville 3 1 Thomas More 2 0 Wheeling Jesuit 2 2 Wittenberg 1 0 Siena Heights 1 1 Ohio Wesleyan 5 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 2 Geneva 1 0 WV Wesleyan 1 8 Bluffton 0 0 Thomas More 2 1993 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 17-3-0 0 Wooster 1 5 Adrian 0 10 Alma 1 8 Otterbein 0 7 Centre 0 3 Earlham 0 4 Muskingum 0 3 Kenyon 0 11 Bluffton 1 3 Denison 1 3 WV Wesleyan 4 0 Thomas More 1 5 Bellarmine 0 2 Wittenberg 0 3 Capital 2 7 Geneva 1 4 Ohio Wesleyan 0 5 Baldwin-Wallace 0 5 Bluffton 0 4 Thomas More 1 1994 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 19-3-0 0 DePauw 2 3 UW-Stevens Point 2 6 Oberlin 0 5 Maryville 0 2 Wheeling Jesuit 3 2 Wooster 0 3 Kenyon 1 6 Capital 2 11 Defiance 0 8 Bluffton 0 2 Denison 1 4 Kalamazoo 1 2 Ohio Northern 0 6 Ohio Wesleyan 1 2 Heidelberg 1 4 Thomas More 0


5 Baldwin-Wallace 1 5 Mount Union 0 5 Wittenberg 0 9 Defiance 0 3 Thomas More 0 NCAA Tournament 0 UW-Stevens Point 1 1995 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 14-4 1 Emory 2 5 Maryville 1 5 SUNY-Geneseo 2 4 Allegheny 0 2 Denison 0 2 Kenyon 0 10 Baldwin-Wallace 0 4 Kalamazoo 0 2 Mount Union 3 0 Wittenberg 3 6 Otterbein 0 11 Lake Erie 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 2 4 Thomas More 1 1 Heidelberg 3 6 Bluffton 0 2 Wooster 1 4 Thomas More 0 1996 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 16-3 2 Rhodes 1 10 Millsaps 0 6 Oberlin 1 3 Marietta 1 3 Gettysburg 2 0 New Jersey 1 3 Thomas More 2 2 Mount Union 0 2 Wittenberg 0 7 Otterbein 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 0 2 Capital 1 8 Muskingum 0 2 Kenyon 1 3 DePauw 1 2 Heidelberg 3 6 Bluffton 1 NCAA Tournament 1 Wooster 0 0 Chicago 2 1997 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-7-1 3 Calvin 0 5 Alma 0 2 Kalamazoo 6 1 Capital 1 1 Clark 2 2 Ithaca 4 3 Marietta 0 3 Wittenberg 0 1 Wooster 0 3 Kenyon 1

1 Ohio Wesleyan 2 1 Heidelberg 0 2 Cedarville 0 7 Hanover 1 1 Ohio Northern 3 2 Otterbein 0 7 Mount St. Joseph 0 5 Bluffton 0 1 DePauw 2 NCAA Tournament 1 Kalamazoo 5 1998 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 14-4-1 9 Anderson 0 0 Allegheny 1 4 Carnegie Mellon 0 2 Wittenberg 0 2 Wooster 1 6 Marietta 1 2 Denison 1 4 Kenyon 0 1 Calvin 3 2 Kalamazoo 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 1 0 Heidelberg 0 3 DePauw 0 10 Franklin 0 14 Manchester 0 5 Bluffton 0 5 Hanover 0 8 Otterbein 0 2 Mount St. Joseph 2 1999 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 13-5-1 3 Dayton 0 1 Gettysburg 0 0 Elizabethtown 3 2 Wittenberg 0 6 Carnegie Mellon 1 1 Muskingum 0 1 Kenyon 0 1 Kalamazoo 3 2 Mount St. Joseph 0 0 Ohio Wesleyan 1 0 DePauw 3 6 Anderson 0 11 Franklin 0 6 Hanover 0 5 Manchester 0 5 Bluffton 0 1 Wooster 1 5 Hanover 0 0 Mount St. Joseph 1 2000 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 15-5-1 8 Rhodes 0 1 Nazareth 2 3 Mount St. Joseph 0 4 Findlay 2 1 Seton Hill 2 2 Ohio Wesleyan 0

9 Anderson 0 2 Mount Union 1 3 Muskingum 1 0 Heidelberg 1 0 Otterbein 1 1 John Carroll 1 3 Baldwin-Wallace 2 3 Marietta 0 2 Capital 1 OAC Tournament 1 Capital 0 1 John Carroll 0 NCAA Tournament 1 Mount St. Joseph 0 2 Denison 1 0 Ohio Wesleyan 2 2001 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 8-5-4 0 William Smith 1 2 Mary Washington 2 3 Wittenberg 3 2 Wooster 4 1 Denison 4 1 Transylvania 2 2 Baldwin-Wallace 1 6 Ohio Northern 1 3 Mount Union 0 9 Muskingum 1 3 Heidelberg 0 3 Otterbein 1 0 John Carroll 0 3 Marietta 0 1 Capital 0 2 Muskingum 0 OAC Tournament 1 John Carroll 2 2002 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 16-6-0 1 Centre 0 4 Wittenberg 1 15 Lake Erie 0 1 Denison 2 1 Wooster 3 2 Kenyon 1 3 Mount St. Joseph 0 0 Ohio Wesleyan 5 2 Shawnee State 0 4 Mount Union 0 2 Marietta 0 10 Baldwin-Wallace 0 6 Muskingum 0 10 Heidelberg 0 0 Otterbein 1 0 John Carroll 1 2 Ohio Northern 0 1 Capital 0 OAC Tournament 2 John Carroll 1 1 Otterbein 0 NCAA Tournament 2 Albion 1 0 Ohio Wesleyan 2

2003 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 18-4-1 10 Waynesburg 0 9 Emory & Henry 0 1 Centre 1 2 Denison 5 3 Transylvania 0 0 Wittenberg 1 4 Dubuque 1 0 Ohio Wesleyan 4 3 Mount St. Joseph 1 5 Mount Union 0 3 Marietta 0 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 3 Muskingum 0 7 Heidelberg 1 1 Otterbein 0 3 John Carroll 2 1 Ohio Northern 0 1 Capital 0 OAC Tournament 5 Mount Union 0 1 Otterbein 0 NCAA Tournament 1 Thomas More 0 1 Allegheny 0 0 DePauw 4 2004 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-6-2 3 Kenyon 0 3 Manchester 1 1 Denison 3 2 Mt. Vernon Naz. 3 4 Rob. Wesleyan 1 2 Transylvania 1 3 Centre 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 2 3 Mount St. Joseph 0 1 Wittenberg 1 3 Otterbein 0 0 Marietta 1 0 Mount Union 0 2 Ohio Northern 1 5 Heidelberg 0 2 Muskingum 0 2 John Carroll 0 0 Capital 2 3 Baldwin-Wallace 1 OAC Tournament 1 Otterbein 3 2005 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 4-11-1 2 Grove City 0 0 Westminster 1 0 Denison 5 1 Mount St. Joseph 0 2 Transylvania 0 6 Hiram 0 0 Ohio Wesleyan 2 0 Kenyon 1 0 Wittenberg 2 2 Otterbein 4

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0 Marietta 1 0 Mount Union 2 0 Ohio Northern 3 2 Heidelberg 2 1 Muskingum 1 2 John Carroll 3 0 Capital 0 0 Baldwin-Wallace 1

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2006 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 11-3-4 2 Case Western Res. 1 2 Kenyon 0 3 Concordia 0 3 Mount St. Joseph 2 1 Adrian 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 1 2 Cedarville 0 0 Wittenberg 0 0 Capital 0 1 Otterbein 2 8 Heidelberg 0 2 Muskingum 0 5 Mount Union 0 0 Ohio Northern 2 3 John Carroll 1 1 Marietta 1 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 OAC Tournament 0 Otterbein 3 2007 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 13-6-2 2 Allegheny 1 3 RIT 1 1 Mount St. Joseph 0 3 Cedarville 0 1 Kenyon 0 2 Olivet 0 3 Alma 2 1 Ohio Wesleyan 1 0 Wittenberg 1 0 Transylvania 2 1 Capital 3 0 Otterbein 1

1 Heidelberg 0 2 Muskingum 0 4 Mount Union 0 1 Ohio Northern 2 1 John Carroll 1 2 Marietta 1 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 OAC Tournament 2 Baldwin-Wallace 1 0 Ohio Northern 2 2008 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 15-6 2 Olivet 0 2 Alma 0 1 Mount St. Joseph 0 1 Oneonta 4 2 Hartwick 1 1 Kenyon 1 1 Ohio Wesleyan 4 0 Wittenberg 2 3 Walsh 1 7 Spalding 0 1 Otterbein 0 5 Muskingum 1 2 Heidelberg 0 2 Capital 1 2 Mount Union 0 1 Marietta 3 1 John Carroll 0 0 Ohio Northern 2 2 Baldwin-Wallace 0 OAC Tournament 3 Baldwin-Wallace 0 0 Ohio Northern 4 2009 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 11-6-2 2 Cedarville 1 4 Walsh 0 1 Albion 1 6 Manchester 2 8 Rose-Hulman 1 1 Ohio Wesleyan 1 2 St. Mary’s 0

1 Earlham 2 0 Wittenberg 7 1 Otterbein 3 3 Muskingum 0 5 Heidelberg 0 2 Capital 1 2 Mount Union 0 1 Marietta 0 0 John Carroll 2 1 Ohio Northern 2 4 Baldwin-Wallace 1 OAC Tournament 0 Capital 1 2010 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 7-8-5 4 Waynesburg 3 0 Wittenberg 2 1 Urbana 0 1 Mount St. Joseph 1 2 Cedarville 2 3 Hiram 0 0 Kenyon 5 1 Mount Union 0 0 Earlham 2 6 Muskingum 1 2 Ohio Wesleyan 3 1 John Carroll 2 1 Capital 4 1 Marietta 0 1 Ohio Northern 1 1 Baldwin-Wallace 1 0 Otterbein 2 2 Heidelberg 2 OAC Tournament 0 John Carroll 0 0 Otterbein 1 2011 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 6-11-3 1 Mount St. Joseph 0 1 Maryville 1 3 Rhodes 3 0 Wittenberg 4 0 Wooster 1 0

Ohio Wesleyan 3 4 Defiance 0 1 Kenyon 3 4 Mount Union 0 0 Waynesburg 1 1 Muskingum 0 0 Cedarville 0 0 John Carroll 2 0 Capital 2 5 Marietta 1 0 Ohio Northern 2 0 Baldwin-Wallace 2 0 Otterbein 1 3 Heidelberg 1 OAC Tournament 1 Capital 4 2012 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 12-7-1 2 Franklin 0 1 Rose-Hulman 0 1 Wittenberg 0 10 Anderson 0 0 Manchester 0 2 Mount St. Joseph 0 3 Bluffton 1 2 Wooster 3 3 Defiance 0 1 Ohio Wesleyan 3 8 Muskingum 0 0 Heidelberg 1 2 Mount Union 3 1 Capital 2 2 Baldwin-Wallace 0 2 Otterbein 0 2 Marietta 1 1 Ohio Northern 2 3 John Carroll 2 OAC Tournament 0 Ohio Northern 2 2013 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 11-7-1 2 Kenyon 1 0 Denison 1

All-time Results by School School Last Game Rec. Adrian 2006 3-0-0 Albion 2009 1-0-1 Allegheny 2007 3-1-0 Alma 2008 3-0-0 Anderson 2012 4-0-0 Baldwin-Wallace 2015 18-5-3 Bellarmine 1993 3-0-0 Berry 1989 0-1-0 Bethany 1991 7-0-0 Bluffton 2014 12-0-0 Boca Raton 1987 0-1-1 Buffalo State 1985 0-1-0 Calvin 1998 1-1-0 Canisus 1995 1-0-0 Capital 2015 12-9-3 Carnegie Mellon 1999 2-0-0 Case Wes. Res. 2006 2-0-0 Cedarville 2011 4-0-2

School Last Game Rec. Centre 2004 3-0-1 Charleston 1991 2-0-0 Chicago 1996 0-1-0 Cincinnati 1990 0-4-0 Clark 1997 0-1-0 Concordia 2006 1-0-0 Dayton 1999 3-7-1 Defiance 2015 5-0-0 Denison 2013 9-9-0 Dubuque 2003 1-0-0 Earlham 2015 5-2-0 Elizabethtown 1999 0-1-0 Emory 1995 0-1-0 Emory & Henry 2003 1-0-0 Evansville 1987 1-0-0 Findlay 2000 4-2-0 Franklin 2015 3-3-0 Geneseo 1995 1-0-0

School Last Game Rec. Geneva 1993 6-1-0 Gettysburg 1999 2-0-0 Grove City 2006 1-0-0 Hanover 1999 4-0-0 Hardin-Simmons 1987 0-1-1 Hartwick 2008 1-0-0 Heidelberg 2015 13-6-2 Hiram 2010 2-0-0 Huntington 1987 1-0-0 Ithaca 1997 0-1-0 John Carroll 2015 8-8-4 Kalamazoo 1999 3-3-0 Kenyon 2013 19-3-0 Lake Erie 2002 2-0-0 Lindenwood 1988 1-0-0 Louisville 1991 5-2-0 Manchester 2015 5-1-0 Marietta 2015 15-3-1


1 Wittenberg 1 3 St. Mary’s 0 4 Mount St. Joseph 0 2 Wooster 1 6 Earlham 0 1 Franklin 2 0 Ohio Wesleyan 1 2 Manchester 1 3 Muskingum 0 1 Heidelberg 0 0 Mount Union 1 2 Capital 1 1 Baldwin Wallace 3 1 Otterbein 2 2 Marietta 1 2 Ohio Northern 0 0 John Carroll 1

1 Wittenberg 4 1 Franklin 3 5 Earlham 0 1 Wooster 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 2 1 Manchester 0 3 Marietta 1 1 Ohio Northern 2 3 John Carroll 1 1 Capital 4 0 Baldwin Wallace 0 0 Otterbein 2 2 Mount Union 3 4 Muskingum 0 1 Heidelberg 0 1 Baldwin Wallace 4

2014 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 7-11-1 0 Rose-Hulman 1 0 Franklin 1 0 Wittenberg 4 3 Bluffton 0 2 Mount St. Joseph 0 3 Wooster 1 2 Earlham 0 2 Defiance 0 3 Ohio Wesleyan 1 1 Manchester 4 0 Marietta 1 0 Ohio Northern 3 1 John Carroll 2 0 Capital 1 0 Baldwin Wallace 3 1 Otterbein 2 0 Mount Union 4 2 Muskingum 0 1 Heidelberg 1

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2015 Coach: Steve Spirk Record: 10-8-1 0 Mount St. Joseph 1 7 Defiance 1 2 Saint Vincent 1

All-time Results by School School Last Game Rec. Mary Washington 2001 0-0-1 Marville (TN) 2011 2-1-1 Metro St. 1985 1-1-0 Miami 1987 3-4-0 Michigan St. 1991 0-6-1 Midway 1992 0-1-0 Millsaps 1996 1-0-0 Miss.-Rolla 1988 1-0-0 Morehead St. 1983 0-2-0 Mt. St. Joseph 2015 16-4-2 Mount Union 2015 13-6-1 Mt.Vernon Naz 2004 0-1-0 Muskingum 2015 20-0-1 Nazereth 2000 0-1-0 New Jersey 1996 0-1-0 Oakland 1984 2-0-0 Oberlin 1996 9-1-1 Ohio Northern 2015 7-12-1

School Last Game Rec. Ohio St. 1988 2-2-0 Ohio Wesleyan 2015 10-17-3 Olivet 2008 2-0-0 Oneonta St. 2008 0-1-0 Otterbein 2015 14-14-0 Quincy 1985 2-0-0 Rhodes 2011 2-0-1 Rob. Wesleyan 2004 1-0-0 Rose-Hulman 2014 1-1-0 Saint Vincent 2015 1-0-0 Seton Hill 2000 0-1-0 Shawnee St. 2002 1-0-0 Siena Hts. 1992 4-5-0 Spalding 2008 1-0-0 St. Joseph 1988 1-0-0 St. Mary’s 2013 3-0-0 Thomas More 2003 10-4-1 Transylvania 2007 3-2-0

School Last Game Rec. Urbana 2010 1-0-0 UW-Stevens Pt. 1994 1-1-0 Walsh 2009 3-0-0 Waynesburg 2011 2-1-0 Westminster 2005 0-1-0 WV Wesleyan 1993 1-3-0 Wheeling 1991 3-1-0 Wheeling Jes. 1994 1-3-0 William Smith 2001 0-1-0 Wisconsin 1985 0-0-1 Wittenberg 2015 14-10-4 Wooster 2015 10-8-2 Wright St. 1991 3-3-1 WWC 1984 1-0-0 Xavier 1987 1-5-0


CAREER RECORDS Most Games Played No. Name Years 79 Leah Knife 93-96 79 Becki Opalek 94-97 79 Tammy Veneman 97-00 79 Jenna Curcio 06-09 79 Kristen Elam 06-09 79 Margaret Fox 06-09 Most Game-Winning Goals, season No. Name Years 9 Stacey Williams 1994 7 Stacey Williams 1996 7 Stacey Williams 1993 6 Jenny Tuke 1985 Most games with an assist, season No. Name Years 10 Dodie Setty 1994

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Most Consecutive Starts No. Name Years 79 JoAnne Ludmann 93-96 79 Susan Gose 93-96 79 Leah Knife 93-96 79 Becki Opalek 94-97 79 Margaret Fox 06-09 Most Career Shots No. Name Years 374 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 344 Stacey Williams 93-96 Most Career Saves No. Name Years 576 Patty Fredericks 90-92 301 Crystal Raible 93-95 296 Cathy O’Neill 83-84 Most Games with a Goal, season No. Name Years 15 Stacey Williams 1996 15 Stacey Williams 1994 13 Stacey Williams 1993 13 Carolyn Collett 1986 Most Games with goal or assist, season No. Name Years 16 Stacey Williams 1994 15 Stacey Williams 1996

Consecutive Games with a goal No. Name Years 7 Stacey Williams 1995 6 Carrie Mills 2001 6 Stacey Williams 1994 6 Carolyn Collett 1987 Consecutive Games with an assist No. Name Years 10 Dodie Setty 1994 Most saves in a season No. Name Years 220 Patty Fredericks 1991 Consecutive Winning Seasons No. Years 12 1993-2004 Consecutive Home Wins No. Years 30 1993-96 Longest winning streak No. Years 16 1994 14 2003 11 1988 9 1993, 1996 Consecutive shutouts No. Years 10 1988 6 2012 6 2002 6 1998 Consecutive shutouts to start season 6 2012 Longest losing streak No. Years 7 2005 Consecutive games without a loss No. Years 16 1995 14 2003 11 1988 9 5 times

Points

No. Name Years 228 Stacey Williams 93-96 170 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 138 Tammy Venema 97-00 119 Nicole Woods 97-00 101 Susan Gose 93-96 99 Carolyn Collett 86-87 84 Dodie Setty 92-94 84 Beth Craig 84-87 84 Karen Parmenter 83-86 79 Julie Lubeach 94-97

Goals

No. Name Years 98 Stacey Williams 93-96 71 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 48 Tammy Venema 97-00 48 Nicole Woods 97-00 39 Susan Gose 93-96 34 Tricia Craig 88-90 33 Karen Paramenter 83-86 32 Alex Hesson 06-09 31 Beth Clark 84-87 30 Julee Foley 89-90

Assists

No. Name Years 42 Tammy Venema 97-00 34 Leah Knife 93-96 32 Stacey Williams 93-96 30 Kristen Elam 06-09 28 Dodie Setty 92-94 28 Jennifer Tuke 84-86, 88 23 Susan Gose 93-96 23 Nicole Woods 93-96 21 Julie Lubeach 93-96 20 JoAnne Ludmann 93-96

Shutouts

No. Name 30 Casey McKinney 28 Jessica Bullens 25 Maria Hurley 21 Crystal Raible 13 Julie Fong 13 Leanne Stone 12 Cathy O’Neill

Years 05-08 00-04 97-00 93-95 86-89 85-85 83-84


SEASON RECORDS Goals

Points

No. Name 28 Stacey Williams 26 Stacey Williams 24 Stacey Williams 22 Jennifer Tuke 21 Jennifer Tuke 18 Carolyn Collett 18 Nicole Woods 17 Jennifer Tuke 16 Tammy Venema 16 Tammy Venema

No. Name Years 64 Stacey Williams 1994 62 Stacey Williams 1996 53 Stacey Williams 1993 52 Carolyn Collett 1987 52 Jennifer Tuke 1985 49 Stacey Williams 1995 47 Carolyn Collett 1986 45 Tammy Venema 1998 44 Nicole Woods 1998 42 Tammy Venema 1999

Assists

No. Name Years 15 Dodie Setty 1994 12 JoAnne Ludmann 1993 12 Carolyn Collett 1987 11 Tammy Venema 1998 11 Tammy Venema 2000

Shutouts

No. Name 11 Jessica Bullens 10 Cathy O’Neill 10 Maria Hurley 10 Casey McKinney 9 Suzy Sommer

Years 1994 1996 1993 1985 1984 1987 1998 1986 1998 1999

Years 2003 1984 1999 2008 1997

Goals Against

No. Name .64 Jessica Bullens .67 Crystal Raible .70 Jessica Bullens .70 Taylor Franklin .71 Casey McKinney

Tammy Venema

Years 2002 1994 2004 2012 1993

GAME RECORDS Points

No. Name 10 Stacey Williams 10 Nicole Woods 9 Carolyn Collett 9 Carolyn Collett 9 Nicole Woods

Years 1995 1995 1987 1986 1998

Stacey Williams

Goals

No. Name Years 4 10 times, most recently Tiffani Glasser 2002 Carrie Mills 2001 Tammy Venema 1999

Susan Gose

Assists

No. Name 5 Stacey Williams 4 Tiffani Glasser 4 Dodie Setty 4 JoAnne Ludmann

Years 1996 2002 1994 1993

Nikki Woods

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While Wilmington offers such popular majors as ed-

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Wilmington regularly hosts entertainment programs

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students gained national fame for building a dormitory in 1948. But a constant throughout the college’s 147-year history has been its hallmark for hands-on learning and the transforming nature of the Wilmington College experience.

Students leave Wilmington with the tools to succeed

as they engage in careers or further their education in today’s rapidly changing world. They also bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from the liberal arts, the embodiment of well-rounded individuals able to think critically and appreciate the role the arts, sciences and humanities play in a fulfilling life. They also realize that service to others is often an important road to self-realization.

Indeed, since 1870, Wilmington College has prepared

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Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from the heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride - in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim ...

college athletes.


2016 Wilmington College Women's Soccer Guide