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 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

PROGRAM INFO

Conference...........................Ohio Valley (14th year) 2008 Overall Record...................................... 3-14-2 2008 OVC Record................................... 3-4-1 (5th) OVC Tournament Finish............. Lost in First Round Home Facility..................................... Lakeside Field Capacity...........................................................1,000 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................15/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Newcomers.............................................................5 All-Time Records Overall.......................................... 152-110-23 (.574) At Lakeside Field................................81-30-9 (.713) Away.................................................63-65-12 (.493) Neutral..................................................8-15-2 (.360) Ohio Valley (1998-Present).............. 50-15-11 (.730) OVC Tournament . ............................... 13-5-1 (.711) Missouri Valley (1996-98).....................10-5-1 (.656) MVC Tournament....................................2-2-1 (.500) NCAA Tournament..................................... 0-4 (.000) Postseason......................................... 15-11-2 (.571)

SOCCER STAFF

Head Coach.................... Summer Perala (1st year) Alma Mater (Year).................Western Illinois (2002) EIU Record................................................ First Year Career Record................................................. Same E-Mail.......................................... sdperala@eiu.edu Office Phone..................................... (217) 581-7062 Assistant Coach................Grant Williams (1st year) Alma Mater (Year)............ Western Kentucky (2004) E-Mail.......................................gtwilliams2@eiu.edu Office Phone..................................... (217) 581-8321 Office Fax......................................... (217) 581-7192 Athletic Trainer............................ Aaron Hasselhorst SID Contact.............................................Ben Turner E-Mail.......................................... bwturner@eiu.edu Athletics Web site................. www.EIUpanthers.com

CONTENTS

Quick Facts & Roster..............................................1 Head Coach Summer Perala..................................2 Assistant Coach Grant Williams..............................3 Women’s Soccer Photo Gallery........................... 4-5 Returning Letter-Winner Profiles....................... 6-22 Sam Balek...........................................................6 Hillary Blake........................................................7 Jessica Blake......................................................8 Ashley Eck..........................................................9 Elise Farrelly.....................................................10 Danielle Flynn...................................................11 Rachel Hamilton................................................12 Sam Kohen.......................................................13 Kaylin Lorbert....................................................14 Alexis Miller.......................................................15 Erika Prazma.....................................................16 Laura Ridolfi......................................................17 Sarah Rusk.......................................................18 Cassie Shear.....................................................19 Ashley Streid.....................................................20 Katilin Sullivan...................................................21 Jenny Williams..................................................22 Newcomer Profiles.......................................... 23-25 Caitlin Burke & Kayla Doran..............................23 Kristin Germann & Jessie Morgan....................24 Jessica Taldone.................................................25 2008 Statistics & Results.......................................26 2008 Season Notes...............................................27 2009 Opponent Info...............................................28 All-Time Series History & OT Wins........................29 Year-by-Year Results....................................... 30-31 Record Book.................................................... 32-33 Yearly Leaders & All-Time Roster..........................34 Program Honor Roll...............................................35 OVC History & Standings......................................36 Yearly Stats & Game Scoring Results............. 37-49

2009 Eastern Illinois ROSTER

# Name Pos Ht Yr 0 Jenny Williams • • • GK 5-5 Sr 1 Jessica Taldone GK 5-7 Fr 2 Laura Ridolfi • • • M 5-3 Sr 3 Ashley Streid F 5-5 RS-Fr 4 Kayla Doran M 5-5 Fr 5 Cassie Shear • • D 5-5 RS-Jr 6 Sarah Rusk • • M 5-4 Jr 7 Kaitlin Sullivan • • M/F 5-4 Jr 8 Sam Kohen • • • M/F 5-4 Sr 9 Hillary Blake • D/M 5-2 So 10 Rachel Hamilton • • • F 5-5 Sr 11 Elise Farrelly • M 5-5 So 12 Alexis Miller • • • M 5-1 Sr 13 Jessica Blake • F 5-2 So 14 Ashley Eck • M/F 5-6 Sr 15 Jessie Morgan M/F 5-4 Fr 16 Danielle Flynn • • D 6-0 Jr 17 Caitlin Burke M/F 5-2 Fr 18 Erika Prazma • D 5-5 So 22 Sam Balek • D 5-9 So 23 Kristin Germann M/F 5-4 Fr 30 Kaylin Lorbert • • GK 5-5 Jr Head Coach: Summer Perala (1st year) Assistant Coach: Grant Williams (1st year) Team Manager: Angela Ziemba (2nd year) • Letters Earned

Hometown (High School/Previous) Quincy, IL (Quincy) Crystal Lake, IL (Crystal Lake South) Godfrey, IL (Marquette Catholic) Granite City, IL (Granite City) St. Charles, MO (Incarnate Word) Clawson, MI (Clawson) Woodridge, IL (Downers Grove South) Chatham, IL (Chatham-Glenwood) Buffalo Grove, IL (Stevenson) Naperville, IL (Waubonsie Valley) Springfield, IL (Sacred Heart-Griffin) Geneva, IL (Geneva) St. Peters, MO (Incarnate Word) Naperville, IL (Waubonsie Valley) Springfield, IL (Sacred Heart-Griffin) Aurora, IL (Waubonsie Valley) O’Fallon, MO (St. Joseph’s) Carbondale, IL (Carbondale) Granite City, IL (Granite City) Palatine, IL (Fremd/Arizona State) Carbondale, IL (Carbondale) Wildwood, MO (St. Joseph’s)

Pronunciation #1 Jessica TALDONE: Tal-doh-own #2 Laura RIDOLFI: Rid-doll-fee #3 Ashley STREID: Stride #4 Kayla DORAN: Door-an #5 Cassie SHEAR: Sheer #8 Sam KOHEN: Co-in

Guide #11 Elise FARRELLY: Far-lee #18 Erika PRAZMA: Praz-muh #22 Sam BALEK: Bay-lick #23 Kristin GERMANN: Gerr-men #30 Kaylin LORBERT: Lore-bert HC: Summer PERALA: Per-el-uh

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2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 

Head Coach Summer Perala

Following a six-year stint at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, during which she transitioned from a graduate assistant to associate head coach, Rockford native Summer Perala has returned to the state where she grew up and attended college to become the head coach of Eastern Illinois women’s soccer. Just the third head coach in program history, Perala played against the Panthers in each of her four years (1998-01) as the starting goalkeeper at cross-state rival Western Illinois. Perala joined Paul Harbin’s coaching staff at UAB in June 2003 as a graduate assistant. The Blazers enjoyed quite a bit of success during her time with the program, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament in 2004 and 2006. UAB was the Conference USA regular-season champion in 2003 to go along with its tournament titles in ‘04 and ‘06. The 2004 team won a school-record 16 games and defeated Wake Forest in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Perala made an immediate impact on UAB’s goalkeeper corps, which was comprised of only a pair of freshman ‘keepers when she arrived on campus. In 2003, the Blazers limited the opposition to 21 goals in 19 games and registered nine shutouts, both program records. The defensive excellence carried UAB to a 13-win season and its first C-USA title. Perala completed a master’s degree in the fall of 2005 and was invited to stay on as a full-time st ear assistant coach, while also serving as the Director of UAB Girls Soccer Goalkeeper Camps. She was promoted to associate head coach after the 2006 season. Harbin also proved to be a valuable mentor during her six years in Birmingham. “Paul was a fantastic mentor and allowed me to be involved in every aspect of the UAB program,” Perala says. “He was instrumental in helping me see the bigger picture in college athletics. As a coach, you are attempting to mold a student-athlete into a well-rounded, productive and successful individual. Paul instilled the value of doing the right thing, and doing it well.” Although EIU and UAB have never squared off in women’s soccer, Perala still got an opportunity to see the Panthers play regularly in Birmingham. From 2003-07, a memorable rivalry developed between EIU and Birmingham’s other Division I university, Samford. Eastern and Samford squared off in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament four times during the Bulldogs’ five years as a league member – including three straight years (2003-05) in the title game. Perala says she always made a point of attending the EIU-Samford games in Birmingham whenever possible. Now a college head coach for the first time, Perala is excited to begin putting her mark on the only program to qualify for the OVC Tournament every season the event has been held. “I’m very excited about this opportunity,” she says. “Eastern Illinois has such a solid reputation in both academics and athletics. The university has all the right tools to attract the student-athlete that will have an impact on the field and help bring our program back to the top of a challenging Ohio Valley Conference. Having played against Eastern, I understand the success this program has enjoyed in the past and the type of players who contributed to that success. I believe that in combining player personalities of our current squad with the incoming players, we can only get better. Based on the support from the administration and team, I couldn’t have asked for a better environment to step into.” Perala does plan on diversifying both the roster and schedule. She acknowledges the success that EIU has had with a Midwestern focus in the recruiting and scheduling efforts, but would like to expand the program’s profile toward the horizons. “For our initial recruiting efforts, we’re really looking to bring in athletic, blue collar, hard-working kids that are competent technically and tactically. We’ve been fortunate with getting kids outside of the Midwest to look at Eastern Illinois. I understand there’s a depth of talent in Illinois and the St. Louis area; this region is very soccer savvy. However, our job is to not only bring in the best players from Illinois and the region, but from out-of-state as well.” Perala finished her playing career as the all-time saves (570) leader in both Western Illinois and Summit League history, averaging more than eight saves per game over her four years. Her .835 save percentage in 1999 was the single-season school record until 2007. On four occasions, she made 15-plus saves in a game. She also credits her college coach, Jen Daniels, for helping to highlight her current career path. Perala says she came to Western as a pre-med major before making the transition to the education department as a sophomore. She served as a student assistant for one season at WIU while finishing her degree. After student teaching, she spent the spring of 2003 as the head coach of the girls’ varsity team at Guilford High School, her alma mater. While EIU as a university and its women’s soccer program had already impressed Perala for some time, the players she has inherited also made a strong first impression in the spring. “The team did a wonderful job of adjusting to the different expectations when I arrived,” she says. “I’ll give them their due; they worked extremely hard and did everything I asked of them and then some. We had a little bit of a rough start, but by our third match (a 3-0 win against Valparaiso) everything seemed to be coming together. It felt good to end the spring with a game like that, and it gave the team motivation to come into the fall season prepared to hit the ground running.”

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 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

Asst. Coach Grant Williams

Grant Williams begins his first year as an assistant coach on Summer Perala’s staff in the fall of 2009. Williams comes to EIU after spending three seasons as an assistant at Western Kentucky University. The Lady Hilltoppers compiled a 40-13-7 record during his time in Bowling Green. WKU won Sun Belt Conference title in 2007 and reached the SBC Tournament title game a year later. The Lady Toppers also earned a regional ranking from SoccerBuzz.com both seasons. Williams was on hand for the Panthers’ final game this spring, a 3-0 victory against Valparaiso. Eastern and WKU played each other during the 2007 and 2008 regular-seasons as well. “I’m very excited to have Grant join our staff,” Perala said. “Coming from a successful program at Western Kentucky, he understands the commitment and hard work needed to win at the championship level. His knowledge and passion for the game, as well as his ability to motivate, will be a fantastic addition to the EIU family.” “I would like to thank Summer and the search committee for the opportunity to become st ear part of the EIU women’s soccer program,” Williams added. “Eastern soccer has a strong tradition and I look forward to making a valuable contribution to its future success. For their support during this process, I would also like to thank my wife, WKU coach Jason Neidell, and the rest of the WKU athletic department.” Williams holds a United States Soccer Federation National “B” Coaching License. He also earned an NSCAA Regional Goalkeeping diploma in 2006. Around the Bowling Green area, Williams served as the assistant director of Southern Kentucky Soccer (200407), a staff coach in the Kentucky ODP program (2003-04, 2007) and a head coach in the SKY Soccer club (2002-07). He also worked with boys’ varsity and junior varsity teams at Bowling Green High School from 2000-05 after volunteering during the 1997-98 school year. Williams earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from WKU in 2004 and was a three-time President’s Scholar. He served as a special instructor in the physical education department in 2003. Williams also served a summer camp coach at Centre College (Danville, Ky.) from 1998-00 and was selected to assist with the play-by-play and color commentary for the 2000 and 2001 NAIA national championships. Williams completed his master’s degree in exercise science at WKU in the spring. He and his wife Elaine have been married since 1999.

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Support Staff

Aaron Hasselhorst Athletic Trainer

Angela Ziemba Team Manager

Eric Cash Strength & Conditioning

Cindy Tozer Academic Services


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer •  Since its inception in 1995, Eastern Illinois women’s soccer has enjoyed the most comprehensive success on the field and in the classroom of any athletic program at EIU. The Panthers are the only Ohio Valley Conference team to qualify for the league’s postseason tournament – winning it five times – every year the event has been sponsored (1999-present). Eastern also holds a number of conference records, both individual and team, highlighted by the career goals and points marks held by Beth Liesen. Additionally, of the 11 OVC Player of the Year awards handed out, five have gone to Panthers. The women of EIU soccer also excel in the classroom and have consistently been ranked in the Top 75 nationally in team GPA.

– ACADEMIC ACCOLADES – Top Tier Team GPAs

2008.....................3.64 2007.....................3.42 2006 ....................3.43 2005 ....................3.22 2004 ....................3.47 2003 ....................3.30 2002 ....................3.23 2001 ....................3.03 2000 ....................3.02

EIU WOMEN’S SOCCER BY THE NUMBERS

Above: 2008 grad Kellie Floyd & EIU President Dr. William Perry at the Student-Athlete Award Banquet. Far Right: 2008 grad Meghan Ryon, the program’s first Academic All-America honoree, with her bevy of awards from the 2007-08 school year. Right: Laura Ridolfi, with her parents Leanne & Gene, and Alexis Miller at the ‘08 studentathlete award banquet.

4 NCAA Tournament Berths: 2001, 2002, 2003 & 2004

ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Honorees

2007 2003 – Meghan Ryon Teri LaRoche 2006 Beth Liesen Meghan Ryon 2002 Trisha Walter Beth Liesen 2005 Rebecca Traen Sharyne Connell 2001 Trisha Walter Devon Bissell 2004 Trisha Walter

5 OVC Tournament Championships 5 OVC Player of the Year Recipients

PANTHER NATION BLEEDS BLUE –

50-15-11 All-Time OVC Record 13-5-1 All-Time OVC Tournament Record


 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program – HANG TIME OFF THE PITCH –

– OUTSTANDING ALUMNI –

OVC RECORDs HELD BY PANTHERS

Individual Career Beth Liesen Goals, Points, GW Goals & Shots Devon Bissell Assists INDIVIDUAL SEASON BETH LIESEN Goals, Points, GW Goals & Shots JESSICA GRACZYK Save Percentage TEAM SEASON EASTERN ILLINOIS Goals, Points, Assists & Shots

Top Left: Michelle Steinhaus, Ashley Slota, Lindsey Wilkening & Pam Melinauskas at the 2007 postseason team dinner in Charleston. Top Right: A number of former Panthers were in attendance for Beth Liesen’s May 2008 wedding in Quincy, Ill., including: (L-R) Teri Manser-McCabe, Kathleen Hayes, Teri LaRoche-Klobnak, former EIU head coach Tim Nowak, the bride Beth Liesen-Lagunas, Lori Stutzman, Kim Garkie, Morgan Frericks & Audra Frericks. Left: Carol Griggs, Diane Markus, Kendra Williamson and Teri LaRoche at the 2007 alumni weekend in Charleston.


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer •  Year GP -GS Min Shots SOG Goals Asst. Points GWG 2008 19 -19 1691 0 0 0 1 1 0 2007 – Redshirted at Arizona State – Career 19 -19 1691 0 0 0 1 1 0

& 2008 Second Team All-OVC & 2008 OVC All-Newcomer Team

Sam Balek

Sophomore v Defender #22 v 5-Foot-9 Palatine, Illinois Fremd HS/Arizona State

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Sam

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Cubs • Favorite Building on Campus • Old Main • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Vince Vaughn in Wedding Crashers • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico • Her Ride • Ford Focus • In Her MP3/CD Player • tobyMac • Last Concert She Attended • Taylor Swift • Magazine She Subscribes To • US Weekly • Furry Friend • Jema – Chihuahua • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Han Duong, Mathematics • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008

2008: OVC Defender of the Week SAM’s assist (Oct. 21)… Balek started all 19 games, Date Goal Scorer Opponent one of two Panthers to do so… key 10/17/08 Rachel Hamilton at Tenn. Tech member of an EIU defense that posted three straight shutouts and a scoreless streak of 434 consecutive minutes late in the season… accounted for a key team save in the home victories against Morehead State and Southeast Missouri… assisted on Rachel Hamilton’s overtime game-winner at Tennessee Tech… led the team in minutes played (1,691), averaging 89 per game… went the distance in 14 of the 19 games, including the first five and final eight matches of the season… ended the year having played 781 consecutive minutes… played 715 of the possible 759 minutes in conference play… logged a season-high 110 minutes in the scoreless draws against Northern Iowa and Austin Peay... PREVIOUS COLLEGE: After attending Arizona State in the fall of 2007, she transferred to EIU at the semester break and played for the Panthers in the spring… HIGH SCHOOL: Sam was a four-year varsity starter for coach Steve Keller… named the Area Player of the Year by the Chicago Sun-Times… also earned All-Area honors from the Daily Herald (First Team) and Chicago Tribune (Honorable Mention)… Pioneer Press Great Northwest All-Area team… also an All-Conference selection in the Mid-Suburban League West… earned all-conference and all-sectional honors from the Daily Herald… led Fremd to a runner-up finish at the 2007 IHSA state playoffs... also was a member of a second-place team at the U.S. Club Soccer National Championships with Sockers FC… honor roll student… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was “tearing my ACL in October but coming back for my last high school season and finishing second in the state”… her parents have been a major influence on her sports career because “they have always helped me through the rough times”… most admires Michael Jordan because “he persevered after getting cut early in high school and became an amazing player”… daughter of Jeff and Lori Balek… MAJOR: Undecided.


 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008

GP -GS Min 16 -7 885

Shots 1

SOG 1

& 2008 OVC Medal

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Asst. 1

Points GWG 1 0

Honor (4.0 GPA)

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor HILLARY’s assist Date Goal Scorer Opponent Roll... Blake played in 16 games and 10/26/08 Lindsey Wilkening at Illinois St. started seven times, including the final five matches of the season… assisted on Lindsey Wilkening’s goal at Illinois State… key member of an EIU defense that posted three straight shutouts and a scoreless streak of 434 consecutive minutes late in the season… ended the year having played 547 consecutive minutes, going the distance in each of the final five games… ranked second among the EIU freshmen in minutes… averaged 90 minutes per game as a starter… played a season-high 110 minutes in the scoreless draw at Austin Peay... HIGH SCHOOL: Hillary played for coach Julie Bergstrom at Waubonsie Valley High School, where she was a member of back-toback IHSA Class AA state championship teams in 2007-08… WVHS was ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today after posting a 26-0-1 record in 2008, extending the nation’s longest unbeaten streak to 46 games following a 30-0-1 showing her junior year... honorable mention all-conference as a senior... her Windy City Pride club team was runner-up in the ’07 State Cup, but went on to win regionals in the U.S. Club Tournament… also a member of the 2001 USA Cup champs… threetime Academic All-Upstate Eight Conference… Indian Prairie Scholar… high honor roll student… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was committing to play Division I soccer at Eastern… her sister Jessica has been a major influence on her sports career because “she always sets a standard that I try to match or beat, which pushes me to work hard. She encourages me and does not let me get too down”… most admires Nick Thanadabouth, the co-founder and Asst. Director of Coaching of the Windy City Pride, because “he is a good player as well as coach. He tells you how to fix things rather than just saying you’re doing something wrong. He’s a fun coach that can also get serious – a good balance”… daughter of Stuart and Tracey Blake… MAJOR: Accounting.

H i l l a ry Blake

Sophomore v Defender #9 v 5-Foot-2 Naperville, Illinois Waubonsie Valley HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Teams • Chicago Bears/Sox/Bulls/Hawks • Favorite Building on Campus • Lumpkin Hall • Favorite Foods • Ice Cream & Fruit Smoothies • Favorite Actor • Michael Cera • Favorite Animated Character • Lightning McQueen (from Cars) • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Topsail Island, North Carolina • In Her MP3/CD Player • Jimmy Buffett • Last Concert She Attended • Jason Aldean • Last Book She Read • Learning Joy from Dogs without Collars • Furry Friend • Jasmine – Black Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Amanda Poffinbarger, Biology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Her 1st Game (at Indiana St.) – 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer •  Year 2008

GP -GS Min 11 -3 283

Shots 2

SOG 1

& 2008 OVC Medal

J e ss i c a Blake

Sophomore v Forward #13 v 5-Foot-2 Naperville, Illinois Waubonsie Valley HS

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Jessica

• Favorite Pro Sports Teams • Chicago Sox/Bears/Hawks/Bulls • Favorite Building on Campus • O’Brien Stadium (Training Room) • Favorite Food • Ice Cream • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Paul Newman in Cool Hand Luke • Favorite Animated Character • Dori (from Finding Nemo) • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Topsail Island, North Carolina • Her Ride • 2002 Jeep Cherokee • In Her MP3/CD Player • Jimmy Buffett • Last Concert She Attended • Jason Aldean • Last Book She Read • The Alphabetical Hookup List • Furry Friend • Jasmine – Black Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Amanda Poffinbarger, Biology

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Asst. 0

Points GWG 0 0

Honor (4.0 GPA)

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Blake played in 11 games and started three times… saw action in the first 11 games of the season before an injury in practice the final week of September ended her campaign… started against Wright State, Western Kentucky and Western Illinois… played a season-high 69 minutes at WKU… logged 40 minutes off the bench in the draw with Northern Iowa... HIGH SCHOOL: Jessica played for coach Julie Bergstrom at Waubonsie Valley High School, where she was a member of back-to-back IHSA Class AA state championship teams in 2007-08… scored a hat trick in the ’07 state semifinals… WVHS was ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today after posting a 26-0-1 record in 2008, extending the nation’s longest unbeaten streak to 46 games following a 30-0-1 showing her junior year… all-conference honoree as a senior... her Windy City Pride club team was runner-up in the ’07 State Cup, but went on to win regionals in the U.S. Club Tournament… also a member of the 2001 USA Cup champs… three-time Academic All-Upstate Eight Conference… Indian Prairie Scholar… high honor roll student… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was committing to play Division I soccer at Eastern… her sister Hillary has been a major influence on her sports career because “I admire her work ethic and dedication to the game. She always pushes me to play my best and encourages me”… most admires Nick Thanadabouth, the co-founder and Asst. Director of Coaching of the Windy City Pride, because “he is a great soccer player and has taught me a lot. He tells me what I can do to improve instead of just telling me how I messed up”… daughter of Stuart and Tracey Blake… MAJOR: Elementary Education.


 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008

GP -GS Min 17 -8 861

Shots 10

Ashley’s Goal Date 8/26/08

Opponent at Purdue

ASHLEY’s assists

SOG 7

Goals 1

Asst. 2

Points GWG 4 0

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor

Minute Roll... Eck played in 17 games and 64th started eight times, including five

straight OVC contests in October…

Date Goal Scorer Opponent scored EIU’s first goal of the season 10/29/08 Lindsey Wilkening at Illinois St. in the loss at Purdue… assisted on 10/10/08 Pam Melinauskas EKU Pam Melinauskas’ goal against East-

ern Kentucky and Lindsey Wilkening’s goal at Illinois State… put seven of her 10 shots on goal… ranked third among the EIU freshmen in minutes, averaging 58 minutes per game as a starter… played a season-high 83 minutes at Western Kentucky... HIGH SCHOOL: Ashley was a four-year letter-winner for coach Mike Lindsey… scored 27 goals as a senior en route to Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State honors… earned IHSSCA All-Sectional recognition as a junior after scoring 19 times… fourtime All-Central State Eight Conference selection: First Team as an upperclassman, honorable mention as an underclassman… two-time Quincy Notre Dame All-Tournament Team pick… team captain as a senior… Sacred Heart-Griffin won four straight regional titles as well as the ’08 conference crown… Illinois State Scholar… National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society… honor roll student ranked in the Top 10 percent of her class… Chicago Fire All-Academic Special Mention… also played for the Team Davis and SASA Lady Magic club teams… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring a hat trick against Alton on senior night at SH-G… her father, the head coach of the men’s soccer program at Illinois-Springfield, has been a major influence on her sports career because “he’s always positive and gives me tips and advice”… most admires her uncle Ted, who played for the U.S. National Team in the ‘90s and the Dallas Burn of the MLS, because “he has a lot of determination and went a long way despite starting out with very little”… daughter of Joe and Marie Eck… MAJOR: Biological Sciences/Pre-Med.

Ashley Eck

Sophomore v Forward #14 v 5-Foot-6 Springfield, Illinois Sacred Heart-Griffin HS

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Ashley

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Cubs • Favorite Building on Campus • The Union • Favorite Food • Pasta • Favorite Actress & Film Role • Katherine Heigl in 27 Dresses • Favorite Month of the Year • October • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Cozumel, Mexico • Her Ride • 2006 Honda Accord • In Her MP3/CD Player • Taylor Swift • Last Concert She Attended • Rascal Flatts • Last Book She Read • Twilight • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring Her 1st Goal – Purdue 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 10 Year 2008

Elise

F a r r e l ly

Sophomore v Midfielder #11 v 5-Foot-5 Geneva, Illinois Geneva HS

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Elise

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Bears • Favorite Food • Cereal • Favorite Holiday • Fourth of July • Favorite Big City • Barcelona • Unique Travel Locale • Spain • Her Ride • 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse • In Her MP3/CD Player • Coldplay • Last Concert She Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Last Book She Read • 19 Minutes • Furry Friend • Razz – Cat • Won a Free Trip, Pick One: • Beach Resort, Ski Lodge or Music Fest Beach Resort

GP -GS Min 12 -10 829

Shots 2

SOG 1

Goals 0

Asst. 0

Points GWG 0 0

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Farrelly played in 12 games and started 10 times, including the first five and final two games of the season… missed a good portion of October with an injury but returned for the home finale, playing 56 minutes off the bench in the victory against Southeast Missouri… averaged 72 minutes as a starter… played all 200 minutes at the NIU Invitational, going the distance in both games... HIGH SCHOOL: Elise was a four-year letter-winner for coach Ryan Estabrook… team captain and MVP as a senior while sharing the team lead in scoring… Daily Herald and Kane County Chronicle All-Area in 2008… three-time All-Western Sun Conference… all-sectional honoree as a senior… Geneva finished third in the IHSA state playoffs in 2005… GHS also won four conference titles, three regional crowns and two sectional championships… four-year honor roll student… GHS athletic leader at Western Sun Leadership Conference… also played for the Chicago Magic club team, a seven-time state championship squad that also was the Midwest Regional champs from 2004-06, USL Super Y League North American champs in 2005, and a U.S. Club National finalist in 2006… also a four-year member of the ODP state team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was playing soccer in Spain with the Chicago Magic… her parents have had a major influence on her sports career because “they’ve always supported and been there for me, and pushed me to do my best”… most admires coach Estabrook because “of the respect and dedication he has for his teams”… her mom played soccer at Illinois State… daughter of Bill and Stephanie Farrelly… MAJOR: Elementary Education.


11 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008 2007 Career

GP -GS Min 16 -10 822 13 -2 274 29 -12 1,096 Dani’s assist

Date 9/5/07

Shots 4 2 6

SOG 1 0 1

Goals 0 0 0

Asst. 0 1 1

Points GWG 0 0 1 0 1 0

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor

Goal Scorer Opponent Roll... Flynn played in 16 games and Kellie Floyd Indiana St. started 10 times, including the first

seven matches of the season… also started both games of the Eastern Kentucky-Morehead State weekend… key member of an EIU defense that posted three straight shutouts and a scoreless streak of 434 consecutive minutes late in the season… averaged 68 minutes per game as a starter… went the distance, playing a season-high 110 minutes, in the scoreless draw vs. Northern Iowa... 2007: she played in 13 games and started twice, the season opener at Eastern Michigan and home opener against Indiana State… assisted on Kellie Floyd’s first goal in the Indiana State win… also played a season-high 61 minutes in the home opener… averaged 46 minutes in the first four games of the year… also logged double-figure minutes at Loyola and versus Tennessee Tech and Illinois State... HIGH SCHOOL: Danielle was a four-year letter-winner for coach Maureen McVey… served as the captain of the junior varsity squad before moving up to the varsity level… St. Joseph’s finished third in state in each of her upperclassman seasons… also captained her St. Louis Soccer Club team for five years, helping lead the squad to multiple state championships (199803, ‘06-07)… was a part of the Missouri ODP program… her extracurricular activities included: youth in government judicial leader, yearbook editor and Angels Helping Angels… member of Mu Alpha Theta and Beta Chi Pi, which are math and science honor societies, respectively… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was starting her first college soccer game… her parents have been a major influence on her sports career because “they always believe in me and reassure me, helping me keep my faith”… most admires former St. Louis Rams defensive back Aeneas Williams because “I was lucky enough to meet him at the fitness center where I work and train. He puts his faith in God and gives 110 percent in everything he does”… a number of her relatives played collegiate sports, including: her dad and uncle Mike wrestled at Southwest Missouri State; her grandfather Dan and three cousins played football at St. Thomas University; and her cousin Kelly played tennis and ran track at St. Thomas as well… daughter of Mike and Michelle Flynn… MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

Danielle F ly n n

Junior v Defender #16 v 6-Foot O’Fallon, Missouri St. Joseph’s Academy HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Booth Library • Favorite Foods • STL Toasted Ravioli & Mashed Potatoes • Favorite Actress & Film Role • Kathrine Heigl in The Ugly Truth • Favorite Animated Character • SpongeBob SquarePants • Favorite Month of the Year • May • Favorite Big City • Denver • Unique Travel Locale • Ireland • Her Ride • 2005 Nissan Maxima • In Her MP3/CD Player • Dave Matthews Band/Keith Urban • Last Concert She Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Last Book She Read • Mind Over Body • Furry Friend • Rudy – German Shepard • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Mark Kattenbraker, Kinesiology


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 12 Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

R ac h e l H a m i lto n

Senior v Forward #10 v 5-Foot-5 Springfield, Illinois Sacred Heart-Griffin HS

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Rachel

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Bears • Favorite Building on Campus • Coleman Hall • Favorite Food • Subway Sandwiches • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Will Farrell in Step Brothers • Favorite Animated Character • Shrek • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big Cities • Chicago & Los Angeles • Her Ride • Jeep Liberty • Unique Travel Locale • Jamaica • In Her MP3/CD Player • Rascal Flatts • Last Concert She Attended • Lady Antebellum • Furry Friends • Daisey & Trixie – Yorkies • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Jean Dilworth, FCS • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring OT Goal vs Loyola – 2006

GP -GS Min 19 -18 1556 20 -19 1194 19 -4 –– 58 -41 ––

Shots 32 30 10 72

SOG 9 13 5 27

Goals 1 2 2 5

Asst. 2 5 0 7

Points GWG 4 1 9 0 4 1 17 2

2008: Hamilton played in all 19 games and RACHEL’s Goals started 18 times, all but the Eastern Kentucky Date Opponent Minute match… it marked the second year in a row 10/17/08 at Tennessee Tech 110th she started all but one game… one of six 9/21/07 vs Western Illinois 28th Panthers to play in every game… scored the 8/31/07 at Eastern Michigan 90th game-winning goal in overtime in the victory 9/15/06 at Wright State 75th at Tennessee Tech, her second career OT 9/3/06 vs Loyola 106th score… assisted on Sam Kohen’s goal vs. Rachel’s assists Southeast Missouri and Kaitlin Sullivan’s goal Date Goal Scorer Opponent at Morehead State in the OVC Tournament… 11/4/08 Kaitlin Sullivan at Morehead* led the team in shots… registered a career- 10/26/08 Sam Kohen SEMO high eight shots in the scoreless draw with 10/12/07 Alexis Miller at SEMO Northern Iowa… ranked third on the team in 9/28/07 Kellie Floyd at EKU minutes played, averaging 81 per game… 9/14/07 Kathleen Hayes Ball St. went the distance on three occasions… 9/5/07 Kellie Floyd Indiana St. played a season-high 105 minutes in the 9/2/07 Alexis Miller at BGSU overtime win at Tennessee Tech… Eastern *OVC Tournament Game is 3-1-1 when she has scored during her career... 2007: she played in all 20 games and started 19 times… the only game she didn’t start was Senior Day against Jacksonville State… ranked second on the team with five assists, setting up goals by: Alexis Miller at Bowling Green, Kellie Floyd’s first goal against Indiana State, Kathleen Hayes’ game-winner versus Ball State, Floyd at Eastern Kentucky and Miller at Southeast Missouri… also scored herself in the season-opening win at Eastern Michigan and against Western Illinois, tying the game in the first half against the in-state rival… averaged nearly 60 minutes played per match, logging a season-high 86 minutes in the draw with Western… OVC Rankings: eighth in assists... 2006: she played in 19 games and started all four matches of the season-long homestand… beat Loyola with her first career goal, an overtime game-winner… it was the first overtime goal by an EIU freshman since Michelle Steinhaus beat Southeast Missouri in 2004… also scored in the loss at Wright State… put both of her shots on goal in her first collegiate action, the season opener at Western Illinois… tallied a season-high three shots versus Bowling Green... HIGH SCHOOL: Rachel was a four-year letter-winner for coach Mike Lindsey… also lettered four years in volleyball and basketball, and twice in track… two-time All-Central State Eight Conference and all-sectional honoree… captained both the soccer and volleyball teams as a senior… all-conference honors in volleyball… SH-G won four consecutive (2003-06) regional titles… 2005 city champs… played for the Metro United club team, which was a national qualifier in 2004-05… also recently played in the Springfield Co-Ed Soccer League... PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the overtime game-winner against Loyola as a freshman… her family has been a major influence on her sports career because “they have been there for me through everything, always pushing me to do better, but they’re my biggest fans”… most admires former EIU coach Tim Nowak because “he always pushed me to try hard and gave me new challenges every day”... her brother Andrew played soccer at the University of Chicago… daughter of Andy and Teresa Hamilton… MAJOR: Communication Studies.


13 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min 13 -3 363 6 -0 58 18 -1 –– 37 -4 ––

Shots 3 3 1 7

SOG 2 1 1 4

& 2007 OVC Medal & 2006 OVC Medal sam’s Goal Date Opponent 10/26/08 Southeast Missouri

sam’s assist Date 10/5/07

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Points GWG 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 1

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2008: Kohen played in 13 games and

Minute started the final three matches of the 22nd season… scored the game-winning goal,

the first of her career, in the home finale

Goal Scorer Opponent against Southeast Missouri… the victory Pam Melinauskas Tenn. Tech in that game propelled the Panthers into

the OVC Tournament… saw action in all eight conference games… averaged 56 minutes as a starter… logged a season-high 73 minutes in the SEMO victory… played 47 minutes as a reserve in the scoreless draw at Austin Peay... 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in six games, three of which were OVC contests… recorded her first assist as a Panther on Pam Melinauskas’ goal and logged a season-high 19 minutes in the victory over Tennessee Tech… also registered a pair of shots in the Tech win… logged doublefigure minutes (18) in the home-opening victory against Indiana State... 2006: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in 18 games, including both OVC Tournament contests, and started the season-opener at Western Illinois… put her lone shot of the season on goal at WIU... HIGH SCHOOL: Sam was a multiple varsity letter-winner for coach Mark Schartner… also played varsity basketball… three-time all-conference selection… All-North Suburban Conference and All-Lake County honoree... two-time all-area and all-sectional selection… twice named Pioneer Press Athlete of the Week… team captain as a senior... four-year honor roll student and varsity medal of honor recipient… won NSC Lake Division and IHSA Regional titles at Stevenson High... two-time three-on-three national soccer champion... was part of a gold-medal winning team at the 2003 Maccabi Games... also played for the Chicago Gaels club team... PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal in the Gold Medal game at the Maccabi Games… her brother Scott has been a major influence on her sports career because “he motivates and challenges me to be the best possible soccer player and person I can be”… most admires Chicago Cubs manager Lou Pinella because “he expects nothing less than the best from his players and loves to win”… dean’s list student at EIU is a member of Phi Alpha Eta (honors) and Alpha Epsilon Delta (biology) honor societies... ranked among the Top 100 nationally among honors college sophomores... daughter of Keith and Lori Kohen… MAJOR: Biological Sciences.

SAM’s assist Date Opponent 10/26/08 Southeast Missouri

Minute 22nd

SAM’s assist Date 10/5/07

Goal Scorer Opponent Pam Melinauskas Tenn. Tech

Sam Kohen

Senior v Midfielder #8 v 5-Foot-4 Buffalo Grove, Illinois Stevenson HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • New York Yankees • Favorite Building on Campus • Life Sciences • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actress & Film Role • Amy Adams in Enchanted • Favorite Animated Character • Stewie Griffin (of Family Guy) • Favorite Month of the Year • November • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Orlando • In Her MP3/CD Player • Rascal Flatts • Last Concert She Attended • Lady Antebellum • Last Book She Read • The Last Lecture • Furry Friend • Stitch – Shihtzu • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Nancy Coutant, Biology • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring GW Goal vs SEMO – 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 14 Year GP -GS Min 2008 11 -10 933:18 2007 8 -3 407:55 Career 19 -13 1341:13

W-L-T 2-4-2 0-2-1 2-6-3

Saves 72 20 92

& 2008 OVC Medal & 2007 OVC Medal

K ay l i n L o r b e rt

Junior v Goalkeeper #30 v 5-Foot-5 Wildwood, Missouri St. Joseph’s Academy HS

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Kaylin

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • The Union • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actor & Film Role • James Franco in Pineapple Express • Favorite Super Hero • Batman • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big City • St. Louis • Unique Travel Locale • Mexico • Her Ride • 2005 Ford Escape • In Her MP3/CD Player • Chris Brown • Last Concert She Attended • Lil Wayne • Furry Friend • Puma – Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Ned Huston, English • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008

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Sv% .847 .741 .821

GA 13 7 20

GAA 1.25 1.54 1.34

SHO 4 0 4

Honor (4.0 GPA) Honor (4.0 GPA)

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... kaylin’s Game-by-game recap Two-time OVC Goalkeeper of the Week Date Opponent Saves GA – 2008 – (Sept. 2 and Oct. 21)… Lorbert played in 11 at Purdue 4 1 games and started 10 times… got the starting 8/26 at Northern Illinois 6 1 nod in the OVC Tournament game at More- 8/29 vs Northern Iowa 10 0 head State… helped EIU lead the OVC in 8/31 9/5 Wright State 2 1 saves… made a career-high 11 saves in the 9/7 Eastern Michigan 4 4 OVC Tournament game against Morehead… 9/19 at Western Kentucky 8 2 also reached double-figures in saves (10) in 10/12 Morehead State 5 0 8 0 the scoreless draw with Northern Iowa… put 10/17 at Tennessee Tech 9 0 together a shutout streak of 342 minutes in Oc- 10/19 at Austin Peay 5 2 tober, helping spark EIU to an OVC Tournament 10/29 at Illinois State at Morehead State* 11 2 berth… posted a shutout in each of her three 11/4 – 2007 – OVC starts – Morehead State, Tennessee Tech 9/2 at Bowling Green 3 0 and Austin Peay – and against UNI… earned 9/16 Western Kentucky 3 3 OVC Goalkeeper of the Week honors after mak- 9/21 Western Illinois 8 2 at Loyola 4 2 ing 17 saves and posting back-to-back shutouts 9/23 0 0 on the Tennessee Tech-Austin Peay road trip, 10/5 Tennessee Tech 0 and after making 16 saves and surrendering 10/12 at Southeast Missouri 0 0 0 just one goal at the NIU Invitational… gave up 10/26 Samford 10/31 Illinois State 2 0 just one goal in losses to Northern Illinois and *OVC Tournament Game Wright State… OVC Rankings: second in save percentage, third in saves per game, and fifth in shutouts… National Rankings: 20th in saves per game and 36th in save percentage… EIU Single-Season Rankings: sixth in save percentage, seventh in shutouts and ninth in goals against average... EIU All-Time Rankings: fourth in save percentage... 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in eight games and started three times… started September games against Western Kentucky, Western Illinois and Loyola… came up big in the draw with WIU, making a season-high eight saves… was perfect in relief, not allowing a goal in the five games that she played in off the bench – a composite total of 118 minutes… played the entire second half at Bowling Green and versus Illinois State… finished off the shutout of Tennessee Tech, playing the final eight minutes... HIGH SCHOOL: Kaylin was a four-year letter-winner for coach Maureen McVey… also lettered twice in softball… St. Joseph’s finished third in state in each of her upperclassman seasons... posted 17 shutouts and led her team to a 24-1-1 record in 2006, earning St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro Honorable Mention recognition… honorable mention all-star team kudos as a senior… earned first degree academic honors her senior year thanks to a 4.0 GPA… second degree academic honors the previous three years… also played for the St. Louis Soccer Club, winning eight state championships (1998-03, 06-07)… also claimed ’07 amateur state and regional championships… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was stopping all three shots in a shootout to lead her team to victory at the Iowa Tournament of Champions… her mother has been a major influence on her sports career because “she always supported me and pushed me to succeed”… most admires Fernando Hernandez, her goalkeeper coach with the St. Louis Soccer Club, because “he is a talented player and a great coach”… daughter of Scott and Mara Lorbert… MAJOR: Biological Sciences.


15 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min 19 -17 1462 20 -18 1278 20 -11 –– 59 -46 ––

Shots 21 26 34 81

SOG 7 9 12 28

Goals 0 4 2 6

Asst. 2 6 3 11

Points GWG 2 0 14 1 7 0 23 1

& 2006 OVC All-Tournament Team 2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Miller played in all 19 games and started 17 times, all but the Murray State and Jacksonville State matches… one of six Panthers to play in every game… assisted on Ashley Eck’s goal at Purdue and Pam Melinauskas’ goal against Southeast Missouri… will enter her senior season as the ALexis’ assists OVC’s active career leader with 11 assists… Date Goal Scorer Opponent also ranks as the program’s active leader in 10/26/08 Pam Melinauskas SEMO goals and points… ranked sixth on the team 8/26/08 Ashley Eck at Purdue in minutes played, averaging 76 per game… 10/28/07 Michelle Steinhaus Jax State went the distance in road games at Northern 10/12/07 Michelle Steinhaus at SEMO Illinois and Western Kentucky… played a 10/5/07 Ashley Slota Tenn. Tech season-high 98 minutes in the overtime 9/21/07 Kathleen Hayes W. Illinois win at Tennessee Tech… Eastern is 3-2-1 9/21/07 Rachel Hamilton W. Illinois when she has scored during her career... 9/16/07 Michelle Steinhaus WKU 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... 10/31/06 Ashley Slota UT Martin* she played in all 20 games and started 18, 10/26/06 Michelle Steinhaus at ILL St. coming off the bench in only the Tennes10/13/06 Kellie Floyd E. Kentucky see Tech and Austin Peay contests… led *OVC Tournament Game the team in assists while ranking second in goals and points… her six assists were the most by a Panther since 2004… scored two of her four goals by bending a corner kick inside the near post, accomplishing the feat against Austin Peay and at Murray State in the opening round of the OVC Tournament… the goal at Murray came in overtime and lifted EIU into the tourney semifinals… became just the second Panther to score a golden goal in the OVC Tournament… recorded her first career multi-assist game with two helpers in the draw against Western Illinois… also registered her first game with a goal and an assist in the loss at Southeast Missouri… for the season assisted on: Michelle Steinhaus’ early goal against Western Kentucky, Rachel Hamilton and Kathleen Hayes’ goals versus Western Illinois, Ashley Slota’s goal against Tennessee Tech, Steinhaus’ goal at SEMO, and the first of Steinhaus’ two goals in the OVC finale versus Jacksonville State… logged 80-plus minutes four times, including a season-high 84 at SEMO… OVC Rankings: fourth in assists... 2006: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in all 20 games and started 11, including five OVC contests… scored the game-tying goal against Murray State with less than 10 minutes remaining, helping EIU salvage a draw… recorded EIU’s first goal of the season, a first-half score in the win at Indiana State… assisted on the last two goals of the year, Michelle Steinhaus’ game-winner at Illinois State and Ashley Slota’s game-winner versus UT Martin in the OVC Tournament… also tallied a helper on Kellie Floyd’s goal against Eastern Kentucky… led the EIU freshman class with three assists and seven points… saw action in goal in the second half against Bowling Green… registered a season-high five shots on three occasions… OVC Top 10 Rankings: tied for 10th in assists... HIGH SCHOOL: Alexis was a four-year letter-winner and a three-time first team all-conference selection for coaches Jeff Muhr and Kristy Voss… also lettered once in softball.... three-time St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro pick, headlined by First Team honors as a senior… won a state title as a sophomore in 2004… her St. Louis Soccer club team was MYSA state champs in 2006… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the high school state championship in ’04… most admires her former coach Scott McDonald because “he has motivated me to become a better player, but most of all, he helped me become the person I am today”… daughter of Gary and Anita Miller… MAJOR: Special Education/Early Childhood.

ALexis’ Goals

Date 11/6/07 10/12/07 10/7/07 9/2/07 9/24/06 8/27/06

Opponent at Murray State* at Southeast Missouri Austin Peay at Bowling Green Murray State at Indiana State

Minute 97th 18th 75th 55th 81st 3rd

Alexis Miller

Senior v Midfielder #12 v 5-Foot-1 St. Peters, Missouri Incarnate Word Academy HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Buzzard Hall • Favorite Food • Chili • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You • Favorite Animated Characters • Phineas & Ferb • Favorite Month of the Year • January • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Florida • In Her MP3/CD Player • Sugarland • Last Concert She Attended • No Doubt • Magazine She Subscribes To • ESPN the Magazine • Furry Friend • Daisy Mae – Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Rebecca Cook, Special Education • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Murray State – 2007 OVC Tourney


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 16 Year 2008

Erika Prazma

Sophomore v Defender #18 v 5-Foot-5 Granite City, Illinois Granite City HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Pasta • Favorite Actor • Gerard Butler • Favorite Super Hero • Superwoman • Favorite Month of the Year • October • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • The Bahamas • In Her MP3/CD Player • Hed PE • Last Concert She Attended • Zero • Magazine She Subscribes To • Cosmopolitan • Furry Friend • Lexi – Yorkie • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Jeanna McFarland, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008

GP -GS Min 11 -0 222

Shots 0

SOG 0

Goals 0

Asst. 0

Points GWG 0 0

2008: Prazma played in 11 games… saw action in seven of the eight conference games and the OVC Tournament contest at Morehead State… averaged 25 minutes over a five-game stretch in October… played a season-high 53 minutes in the loss at Illinois State... HIGH SCHOOL: Erika was a four-year letter-winner for coach Gene Briggs… also lettered once in volleyball and cheerleading… team MVP as a senior after earning top defender honors her junior year… First Team All-Southwestern Conference and all-state as a senior… all-conference and allsectional her junior year… super sophomore award… Chicago Fire First Team All-Academic… GCHS was a three-time super-sectional champ and IHSA state finals qualifier from 2005-07, finishing third in 2007… also part of four consecutive conference championship teams (2005-08)… with her Elks Soccer club team, was runner-up at state with the U-12 squad and won the Pike’s Peak Invitational with the U-14 team… three-time Bi-State Shootout and SLYSA League champs… student body president… homecoming queen… Illinois State Scholar… four-time high honor roll student… National Honor Society… Principal’s and Teacher’s Foundation awards… Granite City Scholarship Foundation award… also played in the Anheuser-Busch Premiere Soccer League recently… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the super-sectional game against rival Edwardsville, 4-0, to advance to state for a third straight year in 2007… her parents have been a major influence on her sports career because “they push me to be a better player and put all of their time and effort into my activities”… most admires U.S. Soccer great Brandi Chastain “for her hard work and dedication after being cut from the National Team at first”… her cousin Scott played for the St. Louis Steamers of the Major Indoor Soccer League… daughter of Kenny and Jill Prazma… MAJOR: Sociology.


17 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min 18 -10 826 15 -1 287 18 -1 –– 51 -12 ––

Shots 15 1 11 27

SOG 8 1 5 14

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Asst. 1 0 1 2

Points GWG 1 0 0 0 3 0 4 0

Honor (4.0 GPA)

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Rudi’s Goal Roll... Ridolfi played in 18 games and Date Opponent Minute 19th started 10 times, including the first two 10/6/06 at Tennessee Tech Rudi’s assistS matches and seven of the eight OVC Goal Scorer Opponent contests… assisted on Pam Melinaus- Date kas’ goal against Eastern Kentucky… 10/10/08 Pam Melinauskas EKU 9/15/06 Rachel Hamilton at Wright St. registered a career-high four shots at Jacksonville State, putting all four on goal… averaged 67 minutes as a starter… played 80-plus minutes in five straight games in October, a streak that was snapped due to an injury in the home finale against Southeast Missouri… played a season-high 102 minutes in the overtime win at Tennessee Tech... 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in 15 games and started the regular-season contest against Samford… also played a season-high 66 minutes in that game against Samford… saw her most action of the season in the final three games of OVC play, logging 50 minutes at Murray State and 29 in the must-win game against Jacksonville State… averaged 40.5 minutes per game during the final four games of the regular-season… also played 23 minutes in the season-opening win at Eastern Michigan... 2006: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in 18 games, including every game against an OVC foe, and started the Tennessee Tech match… scored her first goal at Tennessee Tech… tallied her first assist on Rachel Hamilton’s goal at Wright State… put two of her three shots on goal in the win over Eastern Kentucky... HIGH SCHOOL: Laura was a four-year letter-winner for coach Rob Moginot… also lettered twice in basketball… two-time Alton Telegraph Small School Player of the Year… four-time First Team All-South Central Conference honoree… two-time Belleville News-Democrat All-Area selection, including First Team honors as a senior… two time St. Louis Post-Dispatch Honorable Mention All-Metro… three-time all-sectional… school-record 22 assists as a freshman… team captain both years as an upperclassman… Marquette won four consecutive (2003-06) conference titles… regional champs in 2003 and 2005… member of the honors program… played for the Metro United club team… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was being named Player of the Year by the Alton Telegraph in back-to-back seasons… her parents have been a major influence on her sports career because “they have always supported me”… daughter of Gene and Leanne Ridolfi… MAJOR: Health Studies with Teacher’s Certification.

L au r a Ridolfi

Senior v Midfielder #2 v 5-Foot-3 Godfrey, Illinois Marquette Catholic HS

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• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Mashed Potatoes • Favorite Actor • Gerard Butler • Favorite Animated Character • SpongeBob SquarePants • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big City • St. Louis • Unique Travel Locale • Mexico • Her Ride • 2002 Chevy Trailblazer • Last Concert She Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Last Book She Read • The Things They Carried • Furry Friend • Milo – Cat • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Jake Emmett, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 18 Year 2008 2007 Career

GP -GS Min 19 -7 966 16 -4 564 35 -11 1530

Shots 13 10 23

SOG 6 4 10

& 2008 OVC Medal sarah’s Goal Date Opponent 10/19/07 at UT Martin

sarah’s assist Date 9/16/07

Sarah Rusk

Junior v Midfielder #6 v 5-Foot-4 Woodridge, Illinois Downers Grove South HS

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Sarah

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Chicago Blackhawks • Favorite Building on Campus • Doudna Fine Arts Center • Favorite Food • Chips & Salsa • Favorite Actress & Film Role • Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman • Favorite Animated Character • Patrick Star (of SpongeBob SquarePants) • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • New York City • Her Ride • Honda Passport • Last Concert She Attended • REO Speedwagon • Last Book She Read • Breaking Dawn (of the Twilight Series) • Furry Friend • Lucy – Mixed-Breed Dog • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • David Raybin, English • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008

Goal Scorer Michelle Steinhaus

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Goals 0 1 1

Asst. 0 1 1

Points GWG 0 0 3 0 3 0

Honor (4.0 GPA)

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor

Minute Roll... Rusk played in 19 games and 60th started seven times, including the OVC

contests against UT Martin and Mur-

Opponent ray State… also started five straight WKU games early in the season… one of six

Panthers to play in every game… put all three of her shots on goal in the scoreless draw vs. Northern Iowa… ranked eighth on the team in minutes played, averaging 50 per game… averaged 74 minutes as a starter… went the distance in the road games at Northern Illinois and Ball State… played a season-high 101 minutes in the draw vs. UNI... 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in 16 games and started four times, including three OVC contests… started both games during the shutout weekend against Tennessee Tech and Austin Peay… her first career goal was of the gametying variety in the second half of the overtime loss at UT Martin… also assisted on Michelle Steinhaus’ early goal versus Western Kentucky, the same game win which she made her first career start… played a season-high 84 minutes in the OT loss at UTM… saw action off the bench in both OVC Tournament contests… logged double-figure minutes in 10 straight games during the heart of the season... HIGH SCHOOL: Sarah was a four-year varsity letter-winner for coach Barry Jacobson… also lettered once in basketball… Chicago Tribune and Chicago SunTimes Honorable Mention All-State as a senior… also an Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Assoication All-State selection in ’07… three-time Downers Grove Reporter All-Area and All-West Suburban Conference honoree… two-time Daily Herald All-Area and IHSSA all-sectional pick… team honors included rookie of the year as a freshman and MVP as a senior… DG South won four consecutive West Suburban Conference Gold Division titles… four-year honor roll student earned numerous academic awards, including: Silver Math, Presidential Scholar and Illinois State Scholar… also a National Honor Roll student and Spanish Honor Society member… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was connecting on the winning penalty kick against Neuqua Valley as a sophomore to win a tournament… her siblings have been a major influence on her sports career because “they constantly push me to be better”… most admires her long-time athletic trainer James Tonner because “he has taught me so much and has always been there for me”… her sister Erin played soccer at Illinois State and her brother Joe played soccer at College of DuPage… daughter of Bart and Kathy Rusk… MAJOR: Elementary Education.


19 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year GP -GS Min Shots SOG Goals 2008 – Redshirted – 2007 11 -2 284 1 0 0 2006 4 -0 –– 0 0 0 –– 1 0 0 Career 15 -2

Asst. 0 0 0

Points GWG 0 0 0

0 0 0

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Shear did not see action in a game after suffering an injury in the preseason… granted a medical redshirt... 2007: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in 11 games and started twice, the road games at Bowling Green and UT Martin… logged double-figures minutes in eight of the 11 games she played in… played a season-high 68 minutes in the overtime loss at UT Martin… also logged 50-plus minutes against Eastern Michigan and Western Illinois... 2006: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... she played in four games, including the overtime win against Loyola and the OVC opener against UT Martin... HIGH SCHOOL: Cassie was a four-year varsity starter for her mom, coach Terri Shear… also played three years of varsity volleyball… two-time First Team All-State honoree as an upperclassman and team captain… three-time Daily Tribune Dream Team selection… three-time all-region and all-district… second team all-state in 2004… Clawson won its district in four consecutive seasons (2003-06) and captured the regional crown in the spring of ‘06… her United Soccer League and Michigan Hawks club teams were both State Cup champs… National Honor Society… four-year class president... Jackie Palmer and Scholar Athlete award winner… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the regional finals as a senior after losing the previous three years… her family has been a major influence on her sports career because “they have all been behind me in everything I do and I couldn’t ask for better support”… most admires her mother because “she cared about her team more than any coach I’ve ever seen and molded it into a winning team”… her brother Gary played soccer at EIU from 1996-97... daughter of Gary and Terri Shear… MAJOR: Biological Sciences.

C a ss i e Shear

RS-Junior v Defender #5 v 5-Foot-5 Clawson, Michigan Clawson HS

Kickin’

it with

Cassie

• Favorite Building on Campus • O’Brien Stadium (Training Room) • Favorite Foods • Chicken & Pizza • Favorite Actor • Gerard Butler • Favorite Month of the Year • June • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Unique Travel Locale • Cancun • Her Ride • Honda Accord • In Her MP3/CD Player • Dave Matthews Band • Last Concert She Attended • Dave Matthews Band • Last Book She Read • Rogue • Furry Friend • Dugan – St. Bernard • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Edward Treadwell, Chemistry • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring a Goal in the Spring of 2008


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 20 Year GP -GS Min Shots SOG Goals 2008 – Redshirted –

Asst.

Points GWG

2008: OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Streid redshirted during her first year with the program due to an injury that she suffered in the spring of 2008... she returned to the active roster for the spring season and started all of the games coached by Summer Perala, scoring a goal in the win against Valparaiso... HIGH SCHOOL: Ashley was a four-year letter-winner for coach Gene Briggs… also lettered three times in basketball and once in volleyball… All-Southwestern Conference and St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro honoree as a sophomore and junior… MVP of the Bi-State Shootout… team captain as senior… GCHS was a three-time super-sectional champ and IHSA state finals qualifier from 2005-07, finishing third in 2007… scored one of her team’s two goals in the third place game victory… also part of four consecutive conference championship teams (2005-08)… registered 21 goals and 11 assists in 2007, sharing the Metro St. Louis lead with nine game-winning goals… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was scoring the game-winning goal against New Trier High School in overtime of the quarterfinal round of the IHSA state playoffs… her parents have been a major influence on her sports career because “they’ve always been there to keep pushing me to do my best”… most admires youth coach Kenny Prazma, the father of GCHS and EIU teammate Erika Prazma, because “he cares so much for us girls and will always be there to show us something new”… daughter of Tim and Donna Streid… MAJOR: Undecided.

Ashley Streid

RS-Freshman v Forward #3 v 5-Foot-5 Granite City, Illinois Granite City HS

Kickin’

it with

Ashley

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Food • Pizza • Favorite Actress • Jennifer Aniston • Favorite Super Hero • Superman • Favorite Month of the Year • December • Favorite Big City • Chicago • Her Ride • Mercury Cougar • In Her MP3/CD Player • Taylor Swift • Last Concert She Attended • Rascal Flatts • Magazine She Subscribes To • Cosmopolitan • Furry Friend • Sassy – Yorkie • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Jeanna McFarland, Kinesiology • Most Memorable Moment at EIU • Scoring Her First Goal in Spring 2008


21 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Year 2008 2007 Career

GP -GS Min 19 -16 1444 16 -1 406 35 -17 1850

Shots 21 6 27

SOG 10 3 13

Goals 2 1 3

Asst. 1 1 2

Points GWG 5 0 3 0 8 0

2008: Sullivan played in all 19 games sully’s Goals and started 16 times, including the fi- Date Opponent Minute nal 10 matches of the season… one of 11/4/08 at Morehead St.* 27th 44th six Panthers to play in every game… 10/29/08 at Illinois St. 61st scored EIU’s final two goals of the sea- 10/5/07 Tennessee Tech sully’s assists son, tying the Illinois State game just Goal Scorer Opponent before halftime and putting the Panthers Date ahead early in the OVC Tournament 10/12/08 Pam Melinauskas Morehead game at Morehead State… assisted on 10/28/07 Michelle Steinhaus Jax State *OVC Tournament Game Pam Melinauskas’ game-winning goal in the regular-season victory vs. Morehead… ranked seventh on the team in minutes, averaging 76 per game… went the distance three times, including the OVC Tournament game at Morehead… played a season-high 109 minutes in the overtime win at Tennessee Tech... Eastern is 1-2 when she has scored during her career... 2007: she played in 16 games and started the Loyola match… scored EIU’s second goal in the win against Tennessee Tech… assisted on Michelle Steinhaus’ second goal in the must-win game against Jacksonville State… logged a season-high 68 minutes in the Loyola game… the 40 minutes she played against Austin Peay were her most in an OVC game… saw action in both OVC Tournament games... HIGH SCHOOL: Kaitlin was a four-year letter-winner for coach Jay Lipe… also lettered three times in volleyball… as a junior tied the school’s single-season scoring record with 26 goals en route to earning Central State Eight Conference Player of the Year honors from the Springfield State Journal-Register… was also All-State and All-Midwest her junior year… ranked as the team’s secondleading scorer as a sophomore and senior… two-time all-conference honoree as an upperclassman... all-sectional pick as a team captain her senior season... helped lead Chatham-Glenwood to three conference titles… her team was runner-up in the 2005 IHSA State Tournament after finishing third a year earlier... four-year honor roll student… also played for the Five Star Soccer Club and most recently the Lady Magic… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was defeating two-time defending state champs St. Viator in the IHSA Tournament as a freshman… God has been a major influence on her sports career because “through him, all things are possible”… most admires coach Lipe because “he incorporated life lessons with soccer and coached me to be not only a better player, but a better person”… her uncles Scott and Bryan played collegiate football at the Division I level and her cousins Liz and Eric played basketball and football, respectively, at Division I schools… daughter of Kelly and Deb Sullivan… MAJOR: Journalism.

Kaitlin S u l l i va n

Junior v Forward #7 v 5-Foot-4 Chatham, Illinois Chatham-Glenwood HS

Kickin’

it with

Sully

• Favorite Pro Sports Team • Dallas Cowboys • Favorite Building on Campus • Buzzard Hall • Favorite Food • Fruit • Favorite Month of the Year • October • Favorite Big City • Lincoln, Nebraska • Unique Travel Locale • Nebraska • Her Ride • 2004 Ford Escape • In Her MP3/CD Player • Taylor Swift • In Her MP3/CD Player • The Fray, Sugarland & Dierks Bentley • Last Concert She Attended • Lady Antebellum • Furry Friend • Husker – Yellow Lab • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Brian Poulter, Journalism


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 22 Year 2008 2007 2006 Career

GP -GS Min W-L-T Saves 10 -9 836:45 1-9-0 66 17 -17 1422:39 8-9-0 63 19 -19 1842:48 8-6-5 73 46 -45 4102:12 17-24-5 202

Sv% .767 .750 .793 .771

GA 20 21 19 60

& 2006 OVC All-Newcomer Team

Jenny Williams

Senior v Goalkeeper #0 v 5-Foot-5 Quincy, Illinois Quincy HS

Kickin’

it with

Jenny

• Favorite Pro Sports Teams • FC Barcelona & St. Louis Cardinals • Favorite Building on Campus • Lantz • Favorite Actor & Film Role • Gerard Butler • Favorite Animated Character • Phineas & Ferb • Favorite Month of the Year • May • Favorite Big City • Barcelona • Unique Travel Locale • Florence, Italy • Her Ride • 1999 Honda Accord • In Her MP3/CD Player • The Script • Last Concert She Attended • The Fray • Last Book She Read • Angels & Demons • Furry Friend • Mia – Dog • Enjoyed this Professor’s Class • Edward Treadwell, Chemistry • Most Memorable Game at EIU • Southeast Missouri – 2008

GAA 2.15 1.33 0.93 1.32

SHO 0 5 7 12

2008: Williams played in 10 games and started nine Jenny’s Game-by-game recap times, including the first two matches of the season Date Opponent Saves GA – 2008 – and five OVC contests… helped EIU lead the OVC in 7 1 saves… stepped up big in the must-win home finale 8/22 at Indiana State 8/26 at Purdue 8 4 against Southeast Missouri, making nine saves and 9/12 at Ball State 7 2 surrendering just one goal… recorded her 200th career 9/21 at Western Illinois 5 2 11 1 save at Illinois State… gave up just one goal in losses 9/26 at UT Martin 6 3 at Indiana State, UT Martin and Illinois State… credited 9/28 Murray State 10/5 at Jacksonville State 5 3 with 11 saves at UT Martin, the second double-figure 10/10 Eastern Kentucky 4 2 total of her career… made at least four saves in every 10/26 Southeast Missouri 9 1 4 1 game she played… nine of her 12 career shutouts have 10/29 at Illinois State – 2007 – come against OVC foes… OVC Rankings: second 1 in saves per game (6.6)… EIU All-Time Rankings: 8/31 at Eastern Michigan 6 9/2 at Bowling Green 3 2 second in shutouts, third in minutes, fourth in saves, 9/5 Indiana State 3 0 and fifth in goals against average... 2007: OVC Goal- 9/9 at Missouri 12 3 9/14 Ball State 7 0 keeper of the Week (Sept. 11)… she started all 17 0 games she played in… earned OVC Goalkeeper of 9/28 at Eastern Kentucky 0 9/30 at Morehead State 1 2 the Week honors after shutting out Indiana State in the 10/5 Tennessee Tech 2 0 home opener and making a career-high 12 saves at 10/7 Austin Peay 2 0 4 nationally-ranked Missouri… also posted solo shutouts 10/12 at Southeast Missouri 2 4 2 against Ball State, Eastern Kentucky, Austin Peay and 10/19 at UT Martin 10/21 at Murray State 5 1 Jacksonville State… played 82 of the 90 minutes of the 10/26 Samford 4 3 Tennessee Tech shutout as well… came up big with 10/28 Jacksonville State 2 0 1 1 high-save totals in impressive wins against Eastern 10/31 Illinois State 6 1 Michigan (6), Ball State (7) and Murray State (6) in the 11/6 at Murray State* 11/9 vs Samford* 1 1 OVC Tournament… dating back to September 2006, – 2006 – did not allow a goal at home in more than a calendar 8/25 at Western Illinois 5 1 4 2 year and 979 minutes of game action until Samford 8/27 at Indiana State 9/1 DePaul 6 1 ended the streak on Oct. 26… OVC Rankings: second 9/3 Loyola 5 1 in shutouts, fourth in goals against average, eighth 9/8 Eastern Michigan 3 2 in saves and ninth in save percentage… 2006: OVC 9/15 at Wright State 2 4 2 3 Commissioner’s Honor Roll... OVC Goalkeeper 9/17 at Missouri State 1 0 of the Week (Oct. 31)… she started all 19 games in 9/22 UT Martin 9/24 vs Murray State 3 1 which she played… made a season-high eight saves 9/29 Southeast Missouri 2 1 in the overtime loss at Samford and the win at Illinois 10/6 Tennessee Tech 2 1 State… after not posting her first shutout until the OVC 10/8 at Austin Peay 5 0 2 0 opener, recorded six shutouts in the last eight games… 10/13 Eastern Kentucky 5 0 allowed just three goals in the final eight games of the 10/15 Morehead State 10/20 at Samford 8 2 year, compiling a 0.38 goals against average during 10/22 at Jacksonville State 4 0 that span… earned OVC Goalkeeper of the Week 10/26 at Illinois State 8 0 10/31 UT Martin* 3 0 honors after making the eight saves at ISU to help EIU 11/3 vs Morehead State* 2 1 end a six-game losing streak to the Redbirds… made *OVC Tournament Game arguably her finest saves of the season in big games at Samford and against Morehead State in the semifinals of the OVC Tournament… stopped a penalty kick by Loyola’s top scorer, keeping the game tied and setting the stage for EIU’s overtime victory… surrendered more than two goals in a game just once against OVC foes… would have started every game in goal if not for sustaining an injury late in the Eastern Michigan game that kept her out of the next contest… OVC Rankings: second in goals against average, tied for third in shutouts, fifth in save percentage, and sixth in saves... HIGH SCHOOL: Jenny was a four-year letter-winner for coach Bill Sanders… also lettered twice in basketball and volleyball... set a school record for most shutouts in a season (14)… 2006 All-State selection… three-time All-Western Big Six Conference pick… two-time team MVP as an upperclassman… defensive team MVP in ‘04… 2005 all-sectional pick… QHS won back-to-back conference titles her upperclassman seasons, as well as a 2006 regional crown… ‘88 ODP team won the Region II championship and took third at the ODP Nationals in 2006… high honor roll student… All-Conference Scholastic Team… President’s Education Award… Society of Academic Achievement… research presenter at the Illinois Junior Science and Humanities symposium… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was stopping a penalty kick against a Missouri ODP team at the regional championships… her brother Jonathan, who played soccer at Carthage College, has been a major influence on her sports career because “he has persevered through so many things and always pushes me to be better”… most admires French great Zinedine Zidane because “he is the best athlete in the world”… daughter of Jim and Margie Williams… MAJOR: Psychology.


23 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

Caitlin Burke

Freshman v Midfielder #17 v 5-Foot-2 Carbondale, Illinois Carbondale HS HIGH SCHOOL: Caitlin played for coach Nick Carr… also lettered in football, serving as CHS’s placekicker her sophomore year, and cross country… earned AllSouth Seven Conference honors as a sophomore and junior… team captain as a senior… 2007 Fralish Cup All-Tournament Team… CHS was a three-time regional champion… honor roll student… also played for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher (formerly Metro United) club team, which finished as the runner-up at the 2008 State Cup… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was being the kicker on her high school’s football team her sophomore year… most admires her former coach Amu because “he taught me to play with everything I have no matter what the situation”… her uncle Steve Richardson is a veteran sportswriter who served as the executive director of the Football Writers Association of America and has authored multiple books about Big 12 Conference sports… daughter of J.R. Russell and Amy Burke-Russell… MAJOR: Early Childhood Education.

Kickin’ it with Caitlin & Kayla

Favorite Pro Sports Team HHH St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Steamers III Favorite Building on Campus HHH The Union Lincoln Hall III Favorite Food HHH Chinese Spaghetti III Favorite Month HHH March May III Unique Travel Locale HHH The Bahamas Mexico III Her Ride HHH ‘09 Honda Civic ‘02 Mitsubishi Eclipse III In Her MP3/CD Player HHH Dave Matthews Band III Last Concert She Attended HHH Lupe Fiasco (at Lantz) Brad Paisley III Magazine She Subscribes To HHH Seventeen Cosmopolitan III Furry Friend HHH Pretty Kitty – Cat Titan – Golden Retriever III

K ay l a Doran

Freshman v Midfielder #4 v 5-Foot-5 St. Charles, Missouri Incarnate Word Acad. HS HIGH SCHOOL: Kayla was a two-year letter-winner for coach Annie Beekman… also lettered twice in cross country… helped lead IWA to consecutive MSHSAA state titles as an upperclassman, winning the first-ever Class 3 crown in 2009 on penalty kicks… won the Class 2 title a year earlier and compiled a 36-71 combined record in the two seasons… earned first and second honors for her work in the classroom… also played in indoor soccer leagues… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was winning the MSHSAA state title her senior year… her father has been a major influence on her sports career because “his love for the sport has motivated me to achieve things I never thought I could… she also most admires her father because “he was the hardest on me, but never pushed me too hard”… daughter of Daryl and Barbara Doran… her father has seen action in over 800 games as a professional indoor soccer player, primarily for the St. Louis Steamers and St. Louis Storm; he also coached the St. Louis Ambush... her cousin Brad Peters played soccer at EIU, scoring 33 goals during his four-year career… MAJOR: Undecided.


Kristin Germann

2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 24

Freshman v Midfielder #23 v 5-Foot-4 Carbondale, Illinois Carbondale HS HIGH SCHOOL: Kristin played for coach Nick Carr… also lettered in golf, basketball, cross country and tennis… four-time All-South Seven Conference performer… set single-season school records for goals and points as a senior… also established a freshman record for most points… CHS was a three-time regional champion… threetime all-conference pick in basketball… advanced to sectionals in both golf and cross country… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was leading CHS to the sectional finals for only the second time in school history… her father has been a major influence on her sports career because “he has pushed me to the limit”… most admires her former coach Pete Phume because “he inspired me the most”… son of Chris Germann and Cindy Jackman... MAJOR: Kinesiology and Sports Studies.

J e ss i e M o rg a n

Freshman v Midfielder #15 v 5-Foot-4 Aurora, Illinois Waubonsie Valley HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Jessie was a two-year letter-winner for Julie Bergstrom… as a teammate of fellow Panthers Hillary and Favorite Pro Sports Team(s) Jessica Blake, helped lead Waubonsie HHH Chelsea FC to the 2008 IHSA state title and 26-0-1 Real Madrid & Chicago White Sox III record… WVHS was ranked No. 1 in Favorite Food HHH Pizza the nation by USA Today after winning Teriyaki Chicken & Fried Rice III the 2008 state title… also reached the Favorite Month sectional finals and posted an 18-4 reHHH July III cord a year later… honor roll student… Favorite Actor & Film Role HHH Gerard Butler in P.S. I Love You also played for the Eclipse Select and Robert Pattinson in Twilight III America’s Soccer Club of Naperville Favorite Super Hero teams… PERSONAL: No. 1 sports HHH Spider-Man highlight was winning the 2008 IHSA Batman III Unique Travel Locale state title… her parents have been a HHH The Bahamas major influence on her sports career Maui III because “they encourage me to do betHer Ride ter and push myself to a level I did not HHH ‘01 Mazda 626 ‘03 Saturn Ion III know I would achieve”… most admires In Her MP3/CD Player her former club coach Mike Bristol, now HHH The Dream an assistant coach at Florida State, beRascal Flatts III cause “he helped me a lot understandLast Concert She Attended HHH Chevelle ing the game better and to always work Kenny Chesney III hard with everything I do”… daughter of Russ and Michelle Morgan… MAJOR: Social Science Teaching.

Kickin’ it with Kristin & Jessie


25 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

J e ss i c a Taldone

Freshman v Goalkeeper #1 v 5-Foot-7 Crystal Lake, Illinois Crystal Lake South HS HIGH SCHOOL: Jessica Kickin’ it with was a two-year varsity letJessica ter-winner for coach Brian F avorite Pro Sports Team Allen… also played three Chicago Cubs years of varsity basketball… Favorite Building on Campus named First Team All-Area Lincoln Hall Favorite Food by the Daily Herald and First Egg Plant Parmesean Team All-Fox Valley ConferFavorite Month ence by the Northwest HerOctober ald as a senior… two-time Favorite Actor & Film Role captain of both soccer and Russell Crow in Gladiator Favorite Big City basketball teams as an upChicago perclassman… team MVP Unique Travel Locale as a senior… helped lead Hawaii Her Ride Crystal Lake South to backNissan Quest to-back Fox Valley ConLast Concert She Attended ference titles in 2007 and Dave Matthews Band 2008… Daily Herald HonorLast Book She Read Redeeming Love able Mention All-Sectional in Furry Friend basketball… four-year honor Wrigley – Poodle roll student… also played for the Crystal Lake Force club team coached by Diego Cevallos, who is also the head coach of the women’s team at Judson College in Elgin, Ill…. PERSONAL: No. 1 sports highlight was shutting out the rival high school three times in the same year, including the regional championship game… her parents and sisters have been a major influence on her sports career because “they each push me in different ways and always believe in me”… most admires her club coach Eric Johansson because “he has taught me about life and soccer, and there is never a dull moment when he is coaching”… daughter of Joe and Amy Taldone… MAJOR: Special Education.


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 26

2008 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING – Player

GP -GS Min Shots SOG G A Pts GWG

P. Melinauskas 19 -19 1473

12

3

1

7

1

K. Sullivan

19 -16 1444

21

10

2

1

5

0

R. Hamilton

19 -18 1556

32

9

1

2

4

1

A. Eck

17 -8

10

7

1

2

4

0

861

L. Wilkening

16 -7

837

4

2

1

1

3

0

S. Kohen

13 -3

363

3

2

1

0

2

1

A. Miller

19 -17 1462

21

7

0

2

2

0

L. Ridolfi

18 -10

826

15

8

0

1

1

0

H. Blake

16 -7

885

1

1

0

1

1

0

S. Balek

19 -19 1691

0

0

0

1

1

0

S. Rusk

19 -7

966

13

6

0

0

0

0

A. Slota

18 -18 1533

5

1

0

0

0

0

D. Flynn

16 -10

822

4

1

0

0

0

0

J. Blake

11 -3

283

2

1

0

0

0

0

E. Farrelly

12 -10

829

2

1

0

0

0

0

R. Holcomb

18 -18 1561

2

1

0

0

0

0

M. Looker

5 -0

52

1

0

0

0

0

0

E. Prazma

11 -0

222

0

0

0

0

0

0

Eastern

19

167

69

9 12 30

3

Opponents

19

414

176

33 27 93

14

Date

31

8/22 8/26 8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/26 10/29 11/4

Opponent (Attendance)

at Indiana State (156) at #25 Purdue (178) ^ at Northern Illinois (327) ^ vs Northern Iowa (102) WRIGHT STATE (142) EASTERN MICHIGAN (202) at Ball State (412) at Western Kentucky (284) at Western Illinois (281) • at UT Martin (209) • MURRAY STATE (225) • at Jacksonville State (106) • EASTERN KENTUCKY (197) • MOREHEAD STATE (168) • at Tennessee Tech (439) • at Austin Peay (182) • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (213) at Illinois State (115) + at Morehead State (238)

3-14-2 Overall • 3-4-1 Ohio Valley 2-4 Home • 1-10-1 Away • 0-0-1 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING – Player GP -GS Min GA GAA Sv PCT SHO K. Lorbert 11 -10 933:18 13 1.25 72 .847 4 J. Williams 10 -9 836:45 20 2.15 66 .767 0 Team 5 Eastern 19 1770:03 33 1.68 143 .812 4 Opponents 19 1770:03 9 0.46 60 .870 12

– TEAM TOTALS – Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

Terre Haute, Ind. West Lafayette, Ind. DeKalb, Ill. DeKalb, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Muncie, Ind. Bowling Green, Ky. Macomb, Ill. Martin, Tenn. LAKESIDE FIELD Jacksonville, Ala. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Cookeville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. LAKESIDE FIELD Normal, Ill. Morehead, Ky.

1st 6 12 1st 73 186 1st 63 21 1st 25 60 1st 90 80

Result

L L L T L L L L L L L L L W W T W L L

0-1 OT 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-4 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-3 1-2 1-0 1-0 OT 0-0 2-1 2-3 1-2

2nd OT OT2 2 0 1 20 1 0 2nd OT OT2 87 2 5 210 9 9 2nd OT OT2 76 3 1 35 1 3 2nd OT OT2 33 1 3 49 1 3 2nd OT OT2 71 9 5 92 2 4

Total 9 33 Total 167 414 Total 143 60 Total 62 113 Total 175 178

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER) Eck

Melinauskas MELINAUSKAS HAMILTON Melinauskas, KOHEN Wilkening, Sullivan Sullivan

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ NIU Invitational • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament match (No. 5 seed)


27 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program – 2008 Recap: Resilient Panthers Finish Strong, Keep Tourney Streak Alive – After remaining resilient through a rough start to its campaign, Eastern Illinois women’s soccer strung together three consecutive shutout efforts in October to jumpstart its season and keep its streak of Ohio Valley Conference Tournament appearances alive. Beginning with an Oct. 12 victory against Morehead State, the Panthers scored six goals during a 3-1-1 stretch to close the regular season. Eastern traveled to Morehead for the opening round of the OVC Tournament and led 1-0 at the half. But the Eagles scored twice in the second half to eliminate EIU, en route to winning the six-team event. However, Eastern is the only OVC program that has qualified for the conference tournament every year the event has been held – 10 seasons and counting. Senior Pam Melinauskas represented the Panthers on the All-OVC First Team, giving EIU at least one First Team AllConference performer for the 14th consecutive year. Defender Sam Balek was a Second Team All-OVC and All-Newcomer Team selection. Eastern entered its home finale against rival Southeast Missouri riding a shutout streak of 355 consecutive scoreless minutes and needing a win to clinch an OVC Tournament berth. Melinauskas and Sam Kohen scored first-half goals and the Panther defense held strong in the face of a relentless SEMO attack. Even though the shutout streak ended at 434 minutes, EIU won the game and celebrated a tourney berth-clinching victory. Eastern also won an overtime game for the fifth straight year. Rachel Hamilton scored her second career golden goal with one minute remaining in double OT in the Oct. 17 victory at Tennessee Tech. The win doubled as EIU’s first in Cookeville since 2001. Despite goalkeepers Kaylin Lorbert and Jenny Williams splitting time as the starter, the Panthers still managed to lead the OVC in saves. Lorbert ranked among the Top 40 nationally in save percentage and saves per game, and was a two-time OVC Goalkeeper of the Week honoree. The sophomore accounted for all four of EIU’s shutouts. Williams, meanwhile, delivered in the clutch in the must-win game against SEMO and also made her 200th career save. In January former head coach Tim Nowak resigned to join the new coaching staff at the University of Arkansas being assembled by former Morehead State head coach Erin Aubry. Two months later, Summer Perala was hired as the third head coach in program history. Perala is a Rockford native and played at Western Illinois. She comes to EIU after a six-year stint as an assistant coach at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. WAY TO GO WILKENING: In only nine minutes of action as a reserve forward at Illinois State, Lindsey Wilkening scored the first goal of her career and also assisted on Kaitlin Sullivan’s game-tying score late in the first half. The three-point effort was not only the first of the senior’s career, but it came on the heels of classmate Pam Melinauskas’ goal-and-assist showing in the must win game against Southeast Missouri on Oct. 26. Wilkening was named the OVC Player of the Week for her efforts. LORBERT’S STREAK OVER; WILLIAMS MAKES 200TH SAVE: Kaylin Lorbert and Jenny Williams split time in net at Illinois State, playing 45 minutes each. Lorbert returned to the starting role after missing the SEMO game with an illness. She finished with five saves but saw her shutout streak end at 348 consecutive minutes. It was the first goal she had surrendered since Sept. 19 at Western Kentucky... Williams made four saves, recording the 200th of her career in the process. The junior is just the fourth goalkeeper in program history to reach the 200-save plateau. SLOTA’S STREAK ENDS: Ashley Slota suffered a foot injury early in the Southeast Missouri win on Oct. 26 and was held out of the subsequent game at Illinois State, ending her team-long consecutive games started streak at 49. It was the first game she had missed since 2006 and just the fourth game total as a Panther.

Consecutive GAMES started Pam Melinauskas – 19 Sam Balek – 19 Rebecca Holcomb – 17 Kaitlin Sullivan – 10

EIU RECORD WHEN SHE SCORES...

Player (Goals, GWGs) Ashley Eck (1, 0) Rachel Hamilton (5, 2) Sam Kohen (1, 1) Pam Melinauskas (7, 2) Alexis Miller (6, 1) Laura Ridolfi (1, 0) Sarah Rusk (1, 0) Ashley Slota (2, 2) Kaitlin Sullivan (3, 0) Lindsey Wilkening (1, 0)

EIU Record Win % 0-1 .000 3-1-1 .700 1-0 1.000 6-1 .857 3-2-1 .583 0-0-1 .500 0-1 .000 2-0 1.000 1-2 .333 0-1 .000

WHERE & WHEN HAS SHE SCORED...

Player (Goals) H A N NC OVC A. Eck (1) – 1 – 1 – R. Hamilton (5) 2 3 – 4 1 S. Kohen (1) 1 – – – 1 P. Melinauskas (7) 5 2 – – 6 A. Miller (6) 2 4 – 2 3 L. Ridolfi (1) – 1 – – 1 S. Rusk (1) – 1 – – 1 A. Slota (2) 2 – – – 1 K. Sullivan (3) 1 2 – 1 1 L. Wilkening (1) – 1 – 1 – H = Home, A = Away, N = Neutral NC = Non-Conference, PS = Postseason

PS – – – 1 1 – – 1 1 –

Multi-Goal & Assist Efforts

Player Goal Asst Goal&Asst* P. Melinauskas – 1 2 – 1 1 A. Miller L. Wilkening – – 1 *Goal&Asst = a game in which she had at least one goal & one assist.

10+ Save Performances

Goalkeeper # of 10+ Career-High (Yr) Kaylin Lorbert 2 11 at Morehead (‘08) Jenny Williams 2 12 at Missouri (‘07) 1 18 at Notre Dame (‘04) Tiffany Groene Lindsay Dechert 6 13 at Missouri* (‘03) Jeanine Fredrick 11 18 at Evansville* (‘97) Jessica Graczyk 3 13 vs Creighton (‘97) Jenny Vargas 1 12 vs Toledo* (‘96) *Game Went Into Overtime

TEAM LEADERS IN MINUTES PLAYED

Player

Minutes Active Streak ‘08 Long

TWICE IN A SHORT TIME: Lindsey Wilkening and Kaitlin Sullivan scored three minutes and Sam Balek 1,691 12 seconds apart in the loss at Illinois State. That’s the shortest amount of time between two Rebecca Holcomb 1,561 EIU goals since 2007, when Kellie Floyd and Michelle Steinhaus scored two minutes and 30 Rachel Hamilton 1,556 seconds apart in a win at Eastern Kentucky. Ashley Slota 1,533 PAM & SAM SCORE KEY GOALS: Pam Melinauskas and Sam Kohen provided the offense Pam Melinauskas 1,473 1,462 in the victory against SEMO, scoring five minutes apart in the first half. Melinauskas also tallied Alexis Miller an assist on Kohen’s game-winner, marking the second time in her career she has registered Kaitlin Sullivan 1,444 966 a goal and an assist in the same game. Kohen’s goal was the first of her career. Ashley Slota Sarah Rusk was the last Panther whose first career goal doubled as a game-winner. She accomplished the Kaylin Lorbert 933 feat in a 2006 OVC Tournament victory against UT Martin. Ashley Eck 861 Jenny Williams 837 GOING THE DISTANCE: Among the field players, Ashley Slota played the entire game in 15 of Lindsey Wilkening 837 the 19 games in 2008. Sam Balek, meanwhile, played the entire game in each of the final eight Laura Ridolfi 826 matches and 14 times total. She enters her sophomore season having played 781 consecutive Dani Flynn 822 minutes. Rebecca Holcomb (10), Hillary Blake (5), Lindsey Wilkening (4), Rachel Hamilton H illary Blake 885 (3), Kaitlin Sullivan (3), Elise Farrelly (2), Alexis Miller (2) and Sarah Rusk (2) were the other Elise Farrelly 829 EIU field players that played an entire game on multiple occasions in 2008. Sam Kohen 363 Jessica Blake 283 Erika Prazma 222

781 669 100 90 23 23 105 5 90 – – – – – 547 7 – – –

781 669 203 881 109 237 285 168 399 82 450 387 87 136 547 227 35 31 21


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 28

2009 OPPONENT INFORMATION

Austin Peay Lady Govs

IUPUI Jaguars

Location (Enrollment)........ Clarksville, Tenn. (9,401) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year).........................Kelley Guth (8th) 2008 Records...................... 4-12-3 / 1-4-3 (8th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Web site................................... APSUgovernors.com

Location (Enrollment)...... Indianapolis, Ind. (30,300) Conference................................................... Summit Head Coach (Year).................... Chris Johnson (7st) 2008 Records..........................13-7 / 7-1 (T-1st of 9) Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Web site.............................................IUPUIjags.com

Location (Enrollment)........Cleveland, Ohio (16,000) Conference................................................... Horizon Head Coach (Year)....................... Derrek Falor (6th) 2008 Records...................... 8-10-1 / 3-4-1 (6th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost..........................Unavailable Web site.......................................... CSUvikings.com

Location (Enrollment)........Jacksonville, Ala. (9,061) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year)..........................Julie Davis (5th) 2008 Records...................... 5-10-3 / 2-5-1 (7th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................4/7 Web site............................JSUgamecocksports.com

Location (Enrollment).......... Richmond, Ky. (16,000) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year)............... Lindsay Basalyga (5th) 2008 Records...........................8-8-3 / 5-3 (2nd of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Web site............................................EKUsports.com

Location (Enrollment).............Oxford, Ohio (15,766) Conference......................................... Mid-American Head Coach (Year)...................Bobby Kramig (13th) 2008 Records........................6-12-1 / 5-6 (8th of 12) Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Web site........................................MUredhawks.com

Location (Enrollment)......... Ypsilanti, Mich. (22,638) Conference......................................... Mid-American Head Coach (Year).......................... Scott Hall (11th) 2008 Records................ 13-5-5 / 6-2-3 (T-2nd of 12) Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Web site.......................................... EMUeagles.com

Location (Enrollment)............ Morehead, Ky. (9,066) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year)...................... Warren Lipka (1st) 2008 Records........................ 9-9-3 / 4-2-2 (4th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost..........................Unavailable Web site.......................................... MSUeagles.com

Evansville Purple Aces

Murray State Racers

Cleveland State Vikings

Eastern Kentucky Colonels

Eastern Michigan Eagles

Jacksonville State Gamecocks

Miami (Ohio) Redhawks

Morehead State Eagles

Location (Enrollment)........... Evansville, Ind. (2,593) Conference........................................Missouri Valley Head Coach (Year)..............Krista McKendree (2nd) 2008 Records.......................13-5-2 / 5-1 (T-1st of 7) Starters Returning/Lost........................................5/6 Web site......................................GoPurpleAces.com

Location (Enrollment)............... Murray, Ky. (10,150) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year).....................Beth Acreman (4th) 2008 Records..........................12-5-3 / 7-1 (1st of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Web site.............................................GoRacers.com

Location (Enrollment)......... Green Bay, Wis. (5,416) Conference................................................... Horizon Head Coach (Year)................... Trevor Warren (2nd) 2008 Records........................ 5-7-4 / 2-4-2 (7th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................7/4 Web site................................GreenBayPhoenix.com

Location (Enrollment)..... Cedar Falls, Iowa (12,908) Conference........................................Missouri Valley Head Coach (Year)........................James Price (1st) 2008 Records..........................3-15-1 / 0-6 (7th of 7) Starters Returning/Lost......................................11/0 Web site.........................................UNIpanthers.com

Illinois State Redbirds

Southeast Missouri Redhawks

Green Bay Phoenix

Northern Iowa Panthers

Location (Enrollment)................ Normal, Ill. (20,450) Conference........................................Missouri Valley Head Coach (Year)........................... Drew Roff (3rd) 2008 Records.......................11-8-1 / 5-1 (T-1st of 7) Starters Returning/Lost..........................Unavailable Web site..........................................GoRedbirds.com

Location (Enrollment)...Cape Girardeau, Mo. (10,814) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year)................ Heather Nelson (11th) 2008 Records........................ 2-9-3 / 1-5-2 (9th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................6/5 Web site........................................GoSoutheast.com

Indiana State Sycamores

Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles

Location (Enrollment)........ Terre Haute, Ind. (9,452) Conference........................................Missouri Valley Head Coach (Year)........................... Erika True (1st) 2008 Records.............................5-15 / 1-5 (6th of 7) Starters Returning/Lost........................................7/4 Web site...................................... GoSycamores.com

Location (Enrollment)......Cookeville, Tenn. (10,796) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year).................. Becky Fletcher (2nd) 2008 Records...................... 5-14-1 / 3-4-1 (6th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................6/5 Web site............................................ TTUsports.com

Iowa State Cyclones

UT Martin Skyhawks

Location (Enrollment).............. Ames, Iowa (26,160) Conference..................................................... Big 12 Head Coach (Year)................. Wendy Dillinger (2nd) 2008 Records................... 5-12-2 / 0-8-2 (11th of 11) Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Web site.............................................. Cyclones.com

Location (Enrollment).............. Martin, Tenn. (7,500) Conference............................................. Ohio Valley Head Coach (Year)..................... Craig Roberts (4th) 2008 Records...................... 10-5-4 / 4-2-2 (3rd of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Web site........................................... UTMsports.com

IPFW Mastodons

Western Illinois Leathernecks

Location (Enrollment).......Fort Wayne, Ind. (12,238) Conference................................................... Summit Head Coach (Year)................. Margaret Saurin (3rd) 2008 Records...................... 0-18-1 / 0-8-1 (9th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost..........................Unavailable Web site...................................... GoMastodons.com

Location (Enrollment)..............Macomb, Ill. (13,331) Conference................................................... Summit Head Coach (Year).........................Tony Guinn (3rd) 2008 Records........................ 8-8-2 / 4-4 (T-4th of 9) Starters Returning/Lost........................................5/6 Web site.........................................WIUathletics.com


29 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

OPPONENT & POSTSEASON HISTORY

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999^ 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Year-By-Year Recap

Overall Conference Finish Season Notes 8-11 Inaugural season 16-5 3-2 MVC 2nd MVC Tournament semifinalist 14-6-1 4-1 MVC 2nd MVC Tournament runner-up 10-7-1 3-1 OVC, 3-2-1 MVC 2nd, 4th Dual Member of OVC & MVC 11-9 5-0 OVC 1st OVC Tournament champs 15-4-1 5-0 OVC 1st OVC Tournament runner-up 14-6 4-1 OVC 2nd OVC Tournament champs NCAA Tournament berth - South Bend, Ind. sub-regional 11-7-4 4-1-1 OVC 2nd OVC Tournament champs NCAA Tournament berth - South Bend, Ind. sub-regional 11-6-5 6-0-2 OVC 2nd OVC Tournament champs NCAA Tournament berth - Columbia, Mo. sub-regional 13-6-2 6-1-1 OVC 2nd OVC Tournament champs NCAA Tournament berth - South Bend, Ind. sub-regional 9-10-2 6-1-2 OVC 2nd OVC Tournament runner-up 8-7-5 4-1-4 OVC 3rd OVC Tournament semifinalist 8-11-1 4-5 OVC 6th OVC Tournament semifinalist 3-14-2 3-4-1 OVC 5th 10th straight OVC Tourney berth

^ The OVC Tournament champion did not receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament until 2001

2001

The Road to the NCAA Tournament: EIU’s Recent Postseason History 2002

2003

2004

– OVC TOURNAMENT –

Def. Tenn Tech, 4-1 Def. SE Missouri, 1-0

Def. UT-Martin, 1-0 Def. SE Missouri, 3-2^

Def. Jax St., 1-0 Tied Samford, 1-1^

Def. Murray St., 4-0 Def. Samford, 3-2

lost Notre Dame, 2-0

lost Purdue, 2-1*

lost Missouri, 1-0

lost $Notre Dame, 4-0

– NCAA TOURNAMENT –

^ Won on Penalty Kicks 4-3 (‘02) & 5-4 (‘03) <> * Lost on Penalty Kicks 3-1 <> $ Eventual National Champion

‘99 OVC Tourney Champions >>>

All-Time Series

(School, W-L record and last meeting) Air Force............................... 0-1.....................1999 Arkansas-Little Rock............ 3-0.....................1998 Austin Peay......................... 5-0-2.................2008 Ball State.............................. 1-1.....................2008 Bowling Green...................... 2-3-1.................2007 Cleveland State............................... First Meeting Colorado............................... 0-1.....................2002 Creighton.............................. 2-3.....................1999 Dayton.................................. 0-2.....................1997 Denver.................................. 0-1.....................2002 DePaul.................................. 5-2-1.................2006 Eastern Kentucky............... 3-1.....................2008 Eastern Michigan................ 6-6.....................2008 Evansville............................ 2-7-2.................2005 Harris Stowe......................... 2-0.....................1995 Idaho State........................... 1-0.....................2000 Illinois................................... 2-3.....................2002 Illinois State........................ 4-8.....................2008 Indiana State....................... 6-2-1.................2008 Iowa State............................ 2-0.....................1996 IUPUI.................................... 2-0.....................2001 Jacksonville State.............. 4-2-1.................2008 Kansas................................. 1-1.....................1997 Lewis.................................... 1-1.....................1996 Loyola (Chicago).................. 7-5-1.................2007 Marquette............................. 0-2.....................1997 Memphis............................... 1-2.....................1997 Miami (Ohio).................................... First Meeting Middle Tennessee................. 6-1.....................2002 Missouri................................ 0-4.....................2007 Missouri-St. Louis................. 0-1.....................1995 Morehead State................... 10-3-1...............2008 Murray State........................ 6-2-3.................2008 Nebraska.............................. 0-1.....................2004 North Dakota State............... 1-0.....................1996 North Texas.......................... 1-1.....................2005 Northern Illinois.................... 1-2.....................2008 Northern Iowa..................... 2-0-1.................2001 Notre Dame.......................... 0-3.....................2001 Oakland................................ 0-1.....................1999 Oral Roberts......................... 1-0.....................2000 Pepperdine........................... 0-1.....................1999 Purdue.................................. 0-3.....................2008 Quincy.................................. 0-1.....................1995 Saint Louis............................ 1-1.....................1997 Samford................................ 3-5-1.................2007 Southeast Missouri............ 10-3-1...............2008 SIU-Edwardsville.................. 0-1-1.................1995 Missouri State (SMS)........... 6-5-1.................2006 Tennessee-Martin............... 10-2-1...............2008 Tennessee Tech.................. 13-2-2...............2008 Texas.................................... 0-1.....................1999 Texas-El Paso...................... 0-1.....................2005 Toledo................................... 1-1.....................1995 Valparaiso............................. 7-1-1.................2003 Western Illinois................... 7-4-1.................2008 Western Kentucky................ 0-2.....................2008 Western Michigan................. 1-0.....................1996 Wisconsin............................. 0-1.....................1997 Wisconsin-Green Bay........ 2-0.....................1998 Wisconsin-Milwaukee........... 1-0.....................1998 Wright State.......................... 0-2.....................2008 2009 Opponents in Bold

EIU’S OVERTIME WINS

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‘04 OVC Tourney Champions >>>

Year Opponent Score GW Goal 2008 at Tenn. Tech 1-0 Rachel Hamilton 2007 at Murray St. 2-1 Alexis Miller 2006 Loyola 2-1 Rachel Hamilton 2005 at UT Martin 1-0 Kathleen Hayes 2004 SE Missouri 2-1 Michelle Steinhaus 2001 Murray St. 2-1 Audra Frericks 2000 at Murray St. 2-1 Beth Liesen 2000 Morehead St. 2-1 Beth Liesen 2000 at N. Iowa 1-0 Rebecca Traen 1999 SE Missouri 2-1 Ida Hakansson 1999 at Morehead St. 2-1 Carol Griggs 1998 E. Michigan 2-1 Monica Cameron 1998 at UW-Milwaukee 2-1 Diane Markus 1997 at Memphis 1-0 Kelly Gilbert 1997 at Loyola 3-2 Diane Markus 1996 at Saint Louis 3-2 Beth Aussin 1996 W. Michigan 3-1 Beth Aussin 1996 E. Michigan 4-3 Tracie Strother 1995 Toledo 3-2 Beth Aussin *Games Decided by a Shootout Not Included


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 30 10/1 L 0 1 at Saint Louis 10/5 W 2 1 at Eastern Michigan 10/8 W 2 1 at DePaul 10/12 W 1 0 * Illinois State 10/15 L 1 3 * at Evansville 10/18 W 5 0 Tennessee Tech 10/19 W 7 1 Western Illlinois 10/24 W 3 0 * Creighton 10/26 W 5 1 * Valparaiso 10/31 W 2 1 * SW Missouri 11/7 W 2 1 ^ vs SW Missouri 11/9 T 2 2 ^ at Evansville (L, PKs) * MVC game | ^ MVC Tournament

1995: 8-11-1 • Inaugural Season 9/2 L 1 2 at Toledo 9/3 L 0 2 at Loyola 9/9 W 4 0 Iowa State 9/10 W 7 0 Harris-Stowe 9/13 L 2 4 at Northern Illinois 9/16 W 7 0 at Harris-Stowe 9/17 L 0 1 SIU-E 9/20 L 1 2 Evansville 9/24 L 0 2 at Marquette 9/27 L 0 3 Lewis 10/1 W 3 2 Toledo (OT) 10/4 T 2 2 at SIUE 10/7 L 0 1 at MO-St. Louis 10/8 L 1 4 vs Quincy (OT) 10/14 W 3 1 at ARK-Little Rock 10/15 L 0 3 at Memphis 10/20 W 4 1 Valparaiso 10/22 W 3 0 at E. Michigan 10/27 W 3 2 at Kansas 10/28 L 1 4 vs North Texas 1996: 16-5, 3-2 Missouri Valley (2nd) 8/31 W 3 1 Loyola 9/7 W 4 1 at Middle Tenn. 9/8 W 3 0 at Tenn. Tech 9/11 W 7 6 at Lewis 9/14 W 5 0 vs N. Dakota St. 9/15 W 2 0 at Iowa State 9/20 W 4 3 E. Michigan (OT) 9/22 W 5 3 ARK-Little Rock 9/27 W 4 1 Northern Illinois 10/4 L 1 3 at Dayton 10/6 W 1 0 * SW Missouri 10/12 W 4 0 DePaul 10/13 W 3 1 W. Michigan (OT) 10/18 L 2 3 * Creighton 10/20 L 0 1 Memphis 10/23 L 1 4 * at Evansville 10/27 W 4 0 * at Valparaiso 10/30 W 3 2 Saint Louis (OT) 11/2 W 4 1 * at Illinois State 11/7 W 6 0 ^ vs Valparaiso 11/8 L 1 3 ^ vs Creighton *MVC game | ^MVC Tournament 1997: 14-6-1, 4-1 Missouri Valley (2nd) 8/31 L 0 1 Kansas (OT) 9/5 L 0 1 vs Marquette 9/7 L 0 3 at Wisconsin 9/13 W 5 0 Middle Tennessee 9/17 W 7 1 at Illinois 9/21 L 0 3 Dayton 9/24 W 3 2 at Loyola (OT) 9/26 W 3 1 UW-Green Bay 9/28 W 1 0 at Memphis (OT)

1998: 10-7-1 • 3-1 OVC (2nd), 3-2-1 MVC (4th) 9/1 W 2 1 at UW-Green Bay 9/5 W 2 1 • at Middle Tennessee 9/6 L 0 1 • at Tenn. Tech (OT) 9/11 L 0 1 at Western Illinois 9/13 L 0 1 Loyola 9/19 W 7 1 • UT Martin 9/23 W 4 2 Illinois 9/26 L 2 5 vs Purdue 9/27 W 2 1 at UW-Milwaukee (OT) 10/2 T 1 1 * at Valparaiso 10/4 W 1 0 * at Illinois State 10/10 W 4 2 Arkansas-Little Rock 10/11 W 3 1 • Morehead State 10/16 L 0 6 * at Creighton 10/18 W 2 1 Eastern Michigan (OT) 10/23 L 1 3 * Evansville 10/25 W 4 1 * Southwest Missouri 10/29 L 1 3 ^ vs SW Missouri • OVC game | * MVC game. ^ MVC Tournament 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/25 9/28 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/17 10/22 10/29 10/31 11/6 11/7

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/27 9/29

1999: 11-9, 5-0 Ohio Valley (1st) W 2 1 at Tennessee Tech L 0 3 at Illinois W 2 0 Western Illinois L 0 1 at Eastern Michigan L 0 5 vs Oakland L 1 2 vs Texas L 0 1 vs Air Force L 0 1 vs Pepperdine W 2 1 • at Morehead St. (OT) L 0 3 Illinois State W 2 1 • Middle Tennessee W 2 0 • Tennessee Tech L 0 1 at Loyola W 1 0 at Southwest Missouri W 4 1 Creighton L 0 2 at Evansville W 4 1 • at UT Martin W 4 0 • Southeast Missouri W 2 1 # SE Missouri (OT) W 3 1 # Tennessee Tech • OVC game | # OVC Tournament

2000: 15-4-1, 5-0 Ohio Valley (1st) L 0 2 Illinois W 4 1 at Indiana State W 2 1 at DePaul W 1 0 at Northern Iowa (OT) W 2 1 vs Idaho State W 3 0 at Western Illinois W 3 0 Valparaiso W 6 0 • UT Martin L 0 3 at Evansville W 1 0 Oral Roberts T 0 0 Southwest Missouri W 2 1 • Morehead St. (OT)

10/5 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/28 10/29

L 0 5 at Middle Tennessee W 3 1 • Tennessee Tech W 3 1 • at Southeast Missouri W 3 1 at IUPUI W 1 0 Loyola W 2 1 • at Murray State (2OT) W 3 1 # Morehead State L 0 1 # Tenn. Tech (2OT) • OVC game | # OVC Tournament

2001: 14-6, 4-1 Ohio Valley (2nd) W 4 1 at Valparaiso W 2 1 at Loyola W 4 1 Indiana State L 0 2 Eastern Michigan W 4 0 DePaul W 2 1 at Middle Tennessee W 3 0 Western Illinois W 3 1 Northern Iowa L 0 1 • Souhteast Missouri W 4 0 IUPUI W 2 1 • Murray State (2OT) L 0 3 at Illinois State W 2 1 • at Tennessee Tech W 4 1 • at UT Martin W 5 0 • at Morehead State L 0 1 at Southwest Missouri L 1 3 at Missouri W 4 1 # vs Tennessee Tech W 1 0 # at Southeast Missouri L 0 2 % at Notre Dame • OVC game | # OVC Tournament % NCAA College Cup (South Bend, Ind.)

8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/18 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 11/4 11/9 11/11 11/16

2002: 12-8-2, 4-1-1 Ohio Valley (2nd) 8/30 L 1 2 at Illinois State (OT) 9/1 W 1 0 Middle Tennessee 9/8 T 1 1 Bowling Green 9/10 L 1 2 at Indiana State 9/13 L 1 2 Southwest Missouri 9/15 W 3 2 at Eastern Michigan 9/20 L 1 4 at Colorado 9/23 L 3 4 vs Denver (OT) 9/25 W 3 0 Evansville 9/29 W 5 0 Loyola 10/4 L 0 1 • at SE Missouri 10/6 W 4 1 Valparaiso 10/11 W 5 0 • at Austin Peay 10/13 T 1 1 • at Murray State 10/18 W 5 2 • Tennessee Tech 10/20 W 3 0 at Western Illinois 10/25 W 1 0 • UT Martin 10/27 W 4 1 • Morehead State 11/1 L 0 4 at Illinois 11/8 W 1 0 # vs UT Martin 11/10 W 3 2 # at SEMO (W, PKs) 11/15 L 1 2 % vs Purdue (L, PKs) • OVC game | # OVC Tournament % NCAA College Cup (South Bend, Ind.)


31 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program 10/24 L 0 2 at Southwest Missouri 10/27 W 5 1 at Western Illinois 11/5 W 4 0 # vs Murray State 11/7 W 3 2 # at Samford 11/12 L 0 4 % at Notre Dame • OVC game | # OVC Tournament % NCAA College Cup (South Bend, Ind.)

2003: 11-6-5, 6-0-2 Ohio Valley (2nd) 8/29 W 6 0 Western Illinois 9/2 L 0 1 at Illinois State 9/5 W 4 2 at Bowling Green 9/7 W 3 2 at Loyola 9/10 T 1 1 Indiana State 9/14 L 1 2 Eastern Michigan 9/19 L 2 3 at Missouri (OT) 9/21 W 3 1 Southwest Missouri 9/24 T 1 1 at Evansville 9/28 L 2 3 at Valparaiso (OT) 10/3 W 4 0 • at Morehead State 10/5 W 2 1 • Tennessee Tech 10/10 T 1 1 • Jacksonville State 10/12 W 3 1 • Samford 10/17 W 4 1 • at Murray State 10/19 T 3 3 • at Tennessee-Martin 10/24 W 3 0 • at Southeast Missouri 10/26 L 1 2 at DePaul (OT) 10/31 W 4 0 • Austin Peay 11/7 W 1 0 # vs Jacksonville State 11/9 T 1 1 # at Samford (W, PKs) 11/14 L 0 1 % at Missouri • OVC game | # OVC Tournament % NCAA College Cup (Columbia, Mo.)

2004: 13-6-2, 6-1-1 Ohio Valley (2nd) 8/27 W 2 0 Evansville 8/29 L 0 3 at Notre Dame 9/3 L 0 4 at Nebraska 9/5 W 2 0 Bowling Green 9/10 W 3 2 DePaul 9/12 W 3 1 at Indiana State 9/18 L 1 3 Illinois State 9/24 W 2 0 • at Austin Peay 9/26 T 2 2 • at Tennessee Tech 10/1 W 4 0 • Morehead State 10/3 T 0 0 Loyola 10/8 L 0 1 • at Jacksonville State 10/10 W 1 0 • at Samford 10/15 W 2 0 • Murray State 10/17 W 3 1 • UT Martin 10/22 W 2 1 • SE Missouri (OT)

The 2007 Alumni Weekend >>>

2005: 9-10-2, 6-1-2 Ohio Valley (2nd) 8/26 W 2 0 vs North Texas 8/28 L 0 4 at UTEP 9/2 L 0 1 at DePaul 9/4 L 1 3 at Loyola 9/7 L 0 1 Western Illinois 9/9 L 0 1 at Eastern Michigan 9/11 L 1 2 at Bowling Green (OT) 9/16 W 3 1 Indiana State 9/18 L 0 1 at Evansville 9/23 T 0 0 • at Southeast Missouri 9/30 W 3 1 • Tennessee Tech 10/2 W 1 0 • Austin Peay 10/7 W 3 0 • at Eastern Kentucky 10/9 W 1 0 • at Morehead State 10/14 L 0 1 • Samford 10/16 W 1 0 • Jacksonville State 10/21 W 1 0 • at UT Martin (OT) 10/23 T 0 0 • at Murray State 10/27 L 0 1 Illinois State 11/4 W 1 0 # Southeast Missouri 11/6 L 0 1 # Samford • OVC game | # OVC Tournament 2006: 8-7-5, 4-1-4 Ohio Valley (3rd) 8/25 L 0 1 at Western Illinois 8/27 W 3 2 at Indiana State 9/1 T 1 1 DePaul 9/3 W 2 1 Loyola (OT) 9/8 L 0 2 Eastern Michigan 9/10 L 0 2 Bowling Green 9/15 L 2 4 at Wright State 9/17 L 0 2 at Missouri State 9/22 W 1 0 • UT Martin 9/24 T 1 1 • Murray State 9/29 W 2 1 • SE Missouri 10/6 T 1 1 • at Tenn. Tech 10/8 T 0 0 • at Austin Peay 10/13 W 3 0 • E. Kentucky 10/15 T 0 0 • Morehead State 10/20 L 1 2 • at Samford (OT) 10/22 W 2 0 • at Jacksonville St. 10/26 W 1 0 at Illinois State 10/31 W 1 0 # UT Martin 11/3 L 0 1 # vs Morehead St. • OVC game | # OVC Tournament

2007: 8-11-1, 4-5 Ohio Valley (6th) 8/31 W 3 1 at E. Michigan 9/2 L 1 2 at Bowling Green 9/5 W 3 0 Indiana State 9/9 L 0 3 at Missouri 9/14 W 1 0 Ball State 9/16 L 1 3 W. Kentucky 9/21 T 2 2 Western Illinois 9/23 L 0 2 at Loyola 9/28 W 2 0 • at E. Kentucky 9/30 L 0 2 • at Morehead St. 10/5 W 3 0 • Tennessee Tech 10/7 W 2 0 • Austin Peay 10/12 L 2 4 • at SE Missouri 10/19 L 1 2 • at UT Martin (OT) 10/21 L 0 1 • at Murray State 10/26 L 1 3 • Samford 10/28 W 2 0 • Jacksonville St. 10/31 L 0 1 Illinois State 11/6 W 2 1 # at Murray (OT) 11/9 L 0 1 # vs Samford • OVC game | # OVC Tournament 2008: 3-14-2, 3-4-1 Ohio Valley (T-5th) 8/22 L 0 1 at Indiana St. (OT) 9/26 L 1 5 at Purdue 8/29 L 0 1 at Northern Illinois 8/31 T 0 0 vs Northern Iowa 9/5 L 0 1 Wright State 9/7 L 0 4 Eastern Michigan 9/12 L 0 2 at Ball State 9/19 L 0 2 at W. Kentucky 9/21 L 0 2 at Western Illinois 9/26 L 0 1 • at UT Martin 9/28 L 0 3 • Murray State 10/5 L 0 3 • at Jacksonville St. 10/10 L 1 2 • E. Kentucky 10/12 W 1 0 • Morehead State 10/17 W 1 0 • at Tenn. Tech (OT) 10/19 T 0 0 • at Austin Peay 10/26 W 2 1 • SE Missouri 10/29 L 2 3 at Illinois State 11/4 L 1 2 # at Morehead St. • OVC game | # OVC Tournament – Home Games in Bold –


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 32

Season

Goals

1. Beth Liesen.............20... 2003 Tracie Strother.........20... 1996 3. Beth Liesen.............18... 2001 Beth Aussin.............18... 1996 5. Beth Liesen.............15... 2000 6. Michelle Steinhaus..10... 2004 Heather Ory.............10... 1997 8. Trisha Walter ...........9 ... 2004 Beth Liesen..............9.... 2002 Cara LeMaster..........9.... 2002 Ida Hakansson.........9.... 1999 Tracie Strother..........9.... 1998 Tracie Strother..........9.... 1997 Beth Aussin..............9.... 1995

Career 1. Beth Liesen.............62 ‘00-03 2. Tracie Strother.........43 ‘95-98 3. Beth Aussin.............39 ‘95-98 4. Michelle Steinhaus....25 ‘04-07 5. Sharyne Connell......23 ‘02-05 6. Cara LeMaster.........22 ‘99-02 7. Trisha Walter ..........19 ‘03-06 8. Audra Frericks.........17 ‘01-04 9. Diane Markus..........16 ‘95-98 10. Valerie Pourch.........15 ‘95-99

Carol griggs 1997-00

PROGRAM RECORDS Game-Winning Goals

Season

1. Beth Liesen............9...... 2001 2. Beth Liesen............8...... 2000 3. Tracie Strother........7...... 1996 4. Beth Liesen............6...... 2003 5. Beth Aussin............4...... 1996 6. 10 tied with.............3

Career 1. Beth Liesen...........26... ‘00-03 2. Michelle Steinhaus.. 11... ‘04-07 3. Tracie Strother.......10... ‘95-98 4. Beth Aussin............9.... ‘95-98 5. Sharyne Connell.....8.... ‘02-05 Cara LeMaster........8.... ‘99-03 7. Trisha Walter .........6 ... ‘03-06 Diane Markus.........6.... ‘95-98 9. Audra Frericks........5.... ‘01-04 10. Kellie Floyd.............4.... ‘04-07 Kendra Williamson 4.... ‘95-97 Carole Griggs.........4.... ‘97-00

beth liesen 2000-03

Season

Assists

Season

Points

1. Devon Bissell........16....... 2001 2. Beth Aussin..........14....... 1996 3. Beth Aussin..........13....... 1997 4. Beth Aussin..........12....... 1998 Tracie Strother......12....... 1996 6. Audra Frericks......10....... 2002 Devon Bissell........10....... 2000 8. Beth Liesen...........9........ 2003 9. Trisha Walter ........8 ...... 2003 Beth Liesen...........8........ 2002

1. Tracie Strother......... 52.....1996 2. Beth Aussin............. 50.....1996 3. Beth Liesen............. 49.....2003 4. Beth Liesen............. 41.....2001 5. Beth Liesen............. 33.....2000 6. Beth Aussin............. 27.....1997 7. Michelle Steinhaus.. 26.....2004 Beth Liesen............. 26.....2002 Heather Ory............. 26 ....1997 10. Cara LeMaster......... 25.....2002

Career

Career

1. Beth Aussin..........44..... ‘95-98 2. Devon Bissell........30..... ‘99-01 3. Beth Liesen..........25..... ‘00-03 4. Tracie Strother......24..... ‘95-98 5. Cara LeMaster......22..... ‘99-02 6. Trisha Walter .......18 ... ‘03-06 7. Audra Frericks......15..... ‘01-04 Carole Griggs.......15..... ‘97-00 Heather Ory..........15..... ‘95-98 10. Rachel Dorfman...12..... ‘01-04

1. Beth Liesen............ 149..‘00-03 2. Beth Aussin............ 122..‘95-98 3. Tracie Strother........ 110..‘95-98 4. Cara LeMaster......... 66...‘99-02

michelle steinhaus 2004-07

5. Michelle Steinhaus.. 57...‘04-07 Sharyne Connell...... 57...‘02-05 7. Trisha Walter .......... 56 ..‘03-06 8. Audra Frericks......... 49...‘01-04 9. Devon Bissell........... 44...‘99-01 10.Diane Markus.......... 41...‘95-98

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33 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Saves Minutes in Goal Season

Season

1. Jeanine Fredrick...... 132..... 2000 2. Lindsay Dechert...... 107..... 2001 3. Tiffany Groene.......... 98...... 2004 4. Jenny Vargas............ 97...... 1995 5. Lindsay Dechert....... 84...... 2002 6. Jeanine Fredrick....... 80...... 1998 7. Jessica Graczyk....... 79...... 1999 Jeannine Fredrick..... 79...... 1999 9. Lindsay Dechert....... 77...... 2003 10. Jeanine Fredrick....... 76...... 1997

1. Tiffany Groene . ..... 1931..... 2005 2. Jenny Williams..... 1842..... 2006 3. Jeanine Fredrick..... 1778..... 2000 4. Tiffany Groene........ 1772..... 2004 5. Lindsay Dechert..... 1467..... 2002 6. Lindsay Dechert..... 1434..... 2001 7. Jenny Williams..... 1422..... 2007 8. Jenny Vargas.......... 1308..... 1995 9. Tiffany Groene........ 1239..... 2003 10.Jessica Grazcyk.... 1057..... 1997

Career

Career

1. Jeanine Fredrick...... 367... ‘97-00 2. Lindsay Dechert...... 274... ‘01-04 3. Tiffany Groene......... 236... ‘02-05 4. Jenny Williams...... 202... ‘06-Pr Jessica Graczyk...... 202... ‘97-99

1. Tiffany Groene . ..... 5551 .. ‘02-05 2. Jeanine Fredrick..... 4644... ‘97-00 3. Jenny Williams..... 4102... ‘06-Pr 4. Lindsay Dechert..... 3932... ‘01-04 5. Jessica Graczyk..... 2416... ‘97-99

Save Percentage

Shutouts

Season (min. 500 minutes)

Season*

1. Jessica Graczyk.... .897..... 1997 2. Jessica Graczyk.... .888..... 1999 3. Jeanine Fredrick.... .880..... 2000 4. Lindsay Dechert.... .877..... 2001 5. Lindsay Dechert.... .856..... 2003 6. Kaylin Lorbert...... .847..... 2008 7. Jeanine Fredrick.... .835..... 1997 8. Jeanine Fredrick.... .833..... 1998 9. Lindsay Dechert.... .832..... 2002 Jeanine Fredrick.... .832..... 1999 Career (min. 1,000 minutes) 1. Jessica Graczyk.... .863... ‘97-99 2. Lindsay Dechert.... .856... ‘01-04 3. Jeanine Fredrick.... .850... ‘97-00 4. Kaylin Lorbert...... .821... ‘07-Pr 5. Kate Binder............ .787... ‘95-98

1. Tiffany Groene........... 9........ 2005 2. Jenny Williams........ 7........ 2006 3. Jeanine Fredrick.......6.2....... 2000 4. Lindsay Dechert.......5.5....... 2002 5. Jenny Williams........ 5........ 2007 Tiffany Groene........... 5........ 2004 7. Kaylin Lorbert.......... 4........ 2008 8. Lindsay Dechert.......3.9....... 2001 Tiffany Groene..........3.9....... 2003 10.Jessica Graczyk......3.2....... 1997

Goals Against Avg

Career (min. 1,000 minutes) 1. Lindsay Dechert.....1.05.... ‘01-04 2. Tiffany Groene........1.13.... ‘02-05 3. Jessica Graczyk.....1.19.... ‘97-99 4. Jeanine Fredrick.....1.26.... ‘97-00 5. Jenny Williams.....1.32.... ‘06-Pr

Career* 1. Tiffany Groene.........22.7.... ‘02-05 2. Jenny Williams....... 12..... ‘06-Pr 3. Lindsay Dechert......11.4.... ‘01-04 4. Jeanine Fredrick......10.8.... ‘97-00 5. Kate Binder...............5.4..... ‘95-98 *Beginning with the 2004 season, goalkeepers were no longer awarded fractional shutouts when spiliting time in net with a teammate.

Top 10 Goalkeeping SeasonS

(Minimum 500 minutes, Sorted by GAA) Player GP-GS GA Minutes GAA Year 1. Jessica Graczyk............17-12.......... 8............1057......... 0.68......... 1997 2. Tiffany Groene..............21-21......... 17...........1931......... 0.79......... 2005 3. Jeanine Fredrick...........20-20......... 18...........1778......... 0.91......... 2000 4. Jenny Williams............19-19......... 19...........1842......... 0.93......... 2006 5. Lindsay Dechert............20-20......... 15...........1434......... 0.94......... 2001 6. Tiffany Groene..............17-12......... 14...........1239......... 1.02......... 2003 7. Lindsay Dechert............22-18......... 17...........1467......... 1.04......... 2002 8. Jessica Graczyk............15-11......... 10............786.......... 1.14......... 1999 9. Kaylin Lorbert.............11-10......... 13............933.......... 1.25......... 2008 10. Tiffany Groene..............21-20......... 26...........1772......... 1.32......... 2004

Team Records

Most Victories........................................ 16...............................1996 Longest Unbeaten Streak....................... 9................................1996 ............................................................... 9...........................1997-98 Longest Winning Streak......................... 9................................1996 Longest Losing Streak............................ 6................................2005 Goals Scored......................................... 67...............................1996 Fewest Goals Allowed........................... 17...............................2005 Assists................................................... 58...............................1996 Points................................................... 192..............................1996 Saves................................................... 162..............................1999 Save Percentage................................. .876.............................2000 Goals Against Average.........................0.79.............................2005 Defensive Shutouts .............................. 10...............................2005

Individual Records

Most Goals in a Game: Tracie Strother (vs ARK-Little Rock)....... 4................................1996 Beth Aussin (at Lewis University)........... 4................................1996 Most Assists in a Game: Trisha Walter (vs Western Illinois).......... 3 . .............................2003 Devon Bissell (vs Tennessee Tech)........ 3................................2001 Devon Bissell (at SE Missouri)............... 3................................2000 Tracie Strother (vs Illinois)...................... 3................................1997 Sara Dieckhoff (vs Harris-Stowe)........... 3................................1995 Most Goalkeeper Saves in a Game: Tiffany Groene (at Notre Dame)............ 18...............................2004 Jeanine Fredrick (at Evansville)............ 18...............................1997

NOTABLE STREAKS

To Open a Season: Longest Winning Streak......................... 9................................1996 Longest Unbeaten Streak....................... 9................................1996 Longest Win Streak vs. OVC Foes 16 games........................................................Sept. 1998-Oct. 2000 Longest Unbeaten Streak vs. OVC Foes 20 games......................................................... Oct. 2002-Oct. 2004 Longest Unbeaten Streak, OVC Tournament Play 9 games...............................................................................2001-05

SCORING Records

Most Goals Scored, Single Game 7....................................................................................... Six Times vs UT Martin (9/19/98), vs Western Illinois (10/19/97), vs Illinois (9/17/97), at Lewis University (9/11/96), at Harris-Stowe (1995) & vs Harris-Stowe (1995) Most Goals Allowed, Single Game 6..............................................................................................Twice vs Creighton (10/16/98) & at Lewis University (9/11/96) Most Assists, Single Game 7..............................................................................................Twice vs Tennessee-Martin (9/19/98) & at Lewis University (9/11/96) Fastest Goal to Start a Game Beth Aussin vs Creighton......................:46..............................1997 Fastest Two Goals (Combined) • EIU / Southeast Missouri.....................:10............................ 2002* ...Cara LeMaster & Erica Todd • Morehead State / EIU..........................:10............................ 1999* ...Erin Duemmel & Ida Hakansson *Tied for 3rd in NCAA History • EIU / Missouri...................................... :11..............................2003 ...Beth Liesen & Kristen Heil Fastest Two Eastern Illinois Goals • at Jacksonville State...........................:19..............................2006 ...Trisha Walter & Pam Melinauskas • at Austin Peay.....................................:27..............................2002 ...Morgan Frericks & Katie Siwicke • vs Southwest Missouri........................:35..............................1998 ...Diane Markus & Tracie Strother


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ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

Goals 1995....Beth Aussin................ 9

Assists 1995....Beth Aussin................ 5

1996....Tracie Strother........... 20 1997....Heather Ory............... 10 1998....Tracie Strother............ 9 1999....Ida Hakansson........... 9 2000....Beth Liesen............... 15 2001....Beth Liesen............... 18 2002....Beth Liesen................ 9 ............Cara LeMaster........... 9 2003....Beth Liesen............... 20 2004....Michelle Steinhaus...... 10 2005....Sharyne Connell......... 5 2006....Michelle Steinhaus....... 5 2007....Michelle Steinhaus....... 8 2008....Pam Melinauskas....... 3

............C. Hendrickson........... 5 1996....Beth Aussin............... 14 1997....Beth Aussin............... 13 1998....Beth Aussin............... 12 1999....Ida Hakansson........... 4 ............Carole Griggs............. 4 ............Devon Bissell............. 4 2000....Devon Bissell............ 10 2001....Devon Bissell............ 16 2002....Audra Frericks........... 10 2003....Beth Liesen................ 9 2004....Michelle Steinhaus....... 6 2005....Sharyne Connell......... 4 2006....Kellie Floyd................. 5 2007....Alexis Miller................ 6 2008....Rachel Hamilton......... 2 ............Ashley Eck................. 2 ............Alexis Miller................ 2

Points Game-Winning Goals 1995....Beth Aussin............... 23 1995....Unknown

1996....Tracie Strother........... 52 1997....Beth Aussin............... 27 1998....Beth Aussin............... 22 1999....Ida Hakansson.......... 22 2000....Beth Liesen............... 33 2001....Beth Liesen............... 41 2002....Beth Liesen............... 26 2003....Beth Liesen............... 49 2004....Michelle Steinhaus...... 26 2005....Sharyne Connell........ 14 2006....Kellie Floyd................. 13 2007....Michelle Steinhaus...... 16 2008....Pam Melinauskas....... 7

1996....Tracie Strother............ 7 1997....Beth Aussin................ 3 1998....Diane Markus............. 3 1999....Ida Hakansson........... 3 ............Cara LeMaster........... 3 2000....Beth Liesen................ 8 2001....Beth Liesen................ 9 2002....Beth Liesen................ 3 2003....Beth Liesen................ 6 2004....Michelle Steinhaus....... 3 ............Trisha Walter.............. 3 2005....Sharyne Connell......... 3 2006....Michelle Steinhaus....... 3 2007....Michelle Steinhaus....... 3 2008....Pam Melinauskas....... 1 ............Rachel Hamilton......... 1 ............Sam Kohen................ 1

Minutes in Goal Saves Goals Against Avg. (500 Min.) Save Percentage (500 Min.) 1995....Jenny Vargas........... 1308 1995....Jenny Vargas............. 97 1995....Kate Binder..............1.55 1995....Kate Binder............. .815

1996....Jenny Vargas............ 854 1997....Jessica Graczyk...... 1054 1998....Jeanine Fredrick...... 1018 1999....Jeanine Fredrick...... 1031 2000....Jeanine Fredrick...... 1778 2001....Lindsay Dechert...... 1434 2002....Lindsay Dechert...... 1467 2003....Tiffany Groene......... 1239 2004....Tiffany Groene......... 1772 2005....Tiffany Groene......... 1931 2006....Jenny Williams.........1842 2007....Jenny Williams........ 1422 2008....Kaylin Lorbert........... 933

Ancheta, Maureen..............1995 Antesberger, Erica..............1996-97 Aussin, Beth.......................1995-98 Ayala, Alma.........................1996-98 Binder, Kate........................1995-98 Bissell, Devon.....................1999-01 Blake, Hillary......................2008-Pr Blake, Jessica....................2008-Pr Bock, Jenny........................2004-07 Bohnenstiehl, Abby.............2003-06 Bosely, Tiffanie...................1995-97 Boyer, Cathy.......................1996-98 Brenner, Bailey...................2004-05 Brenner, Karissa.................2004-07 Brewer, AJ..........................2006-07 Cameron, Monica...............1997-99 Cech, Jennifer....................1996-98 Cibula, Amy........................1997 Connell, Sharyne................2002-05 Dechert, Lindsay................2001-04 DeClark, Kristy....................2005-06 DelVecchio, Theresa..........2000 Dieckhoff, Sara...................1995-96 Dix, Amy.............................2003-04 Dorfmann, Rachel..............2001-04 Drum, Andrea.....................1998-99 Eck, Ashley.........................2008-Pr Elke, Joanna.......................1996-98 Eisenhauer, Caitlin.............2007 Faller, Missy........................2007 Farrelly, Elise......................2008-Pr Figiel, Sara.........................1997-98 Fisher, Kathleen.................1995 Fisher, Sara........................2001

1996....Jenny Vargas............. 33 1997....Jeanine Fredrick........ 76 1998....Jeanine Fredrick........ 80 1999....Jeanine Fredrick........ 79 ............Jessica Graczyk........ 79 2000....Jeanine Fredrick....... 132 2001....Lindsay Dechert....... 107 2002....Lindsay Dechert........ 84 2003....Lindsay Dechert........ 77 2004....Tiffany Groene........... 98 2005....Tiffany Groene........... 52 2006....Jenny Williams.......... 73 2007....Jenny Williams.......... 63 2008....Kaylin Lorbert............ 72

1996....Kate Binder..............1.39 1997....Jessica Graczyk.......0.68 1998....Jeanine Fredrick.......1.41 1999....Jessica Graczyk.......1.14 2000....Jeanine Fredrick.......0.91 2001....Lindsay Dechert.......0.94 2002....Lindsay Dechert.......1.04 2003....Tiffany Groene..........1.02 2004....Tiffany Groene..........1.32 2005....Tiffany Groene..........0.79 2006....Jenny Williams.........0.93 2007....Jenny Williams.........1.33 2008....Kaylin Lorbert...........1.25

ALL-TIME ROSTER Floyd, Kellie........................2004-07 Flynn, Dani.........................2007-Pr Fredrick, Jeanine................1997-00 Frericks, Audra...................2001-04 Frericks, Morgan................2002-05 Gabris, Maggie...................2006 Garkie, Kim.........................2002-05 Garrison, Vicky...................2003-06 Gehrke, Jean......................1999 Genebacher, Kim................2000-02 Giangiorgi, Angel................1996 Gilbert, Kelly.......................1997 Goehler, Lynne...................2001-04 Grazcyk, Jessica................1997-99 Griggs, Carole....................1997-00 Groene, Tiffany...................2002-05 Hakansson, Ida..................1999 Hamilton, Rachel................2006-Pr Hayes, Kathleen.................2004-07 Hendrickson, Courtney.......1995 Holcomb, Lindsey...............2002-05 Holcomb, Rebecca.............2007-Pr Hoffmann, Wendee.............2000 Hohn, Stephanie.................1997 Hozman, Shanna................1997-99 Huber, Lisa.........................1995 Jalinsky, Heather................1995-96 Johnson, Sara....................2001 Johnson, Valerie.................1995 Keating, Laura....................2003-05 Kinney, Tara........................1995-97 Kohen, Sam........................2006-Pr Koudelka, Amy...................1997-98 Kraus, Kirsten.....................2006

Kwiatek, Tammy.................1997 Langenberg, Lisa................2002 Langsfeld, Lee Ann.............2002-05 LaRoche, Teri.....................2000-03 Leighty, Dana......................1995 LeMaster, Cara...................1999-02 Liesen, Beth.......................2000-03 Loeffel, Erin........................1999 Looker, Michelle.................2008 Lorbert, Kaylin....................2007-Pr Macumber, Shelly...............1996-98 Maiorano, Katie..................1995 Manser, Terri.......................1999-02 Markus, Diane....................1995-98 Massarella, Michelle...........1998-99 McDermott, Megan.............2002 McNally, Erin.......................1995 Melinauskas, Pam..............2005-08 Meyer, Jennifer...................1995 Meyer, Katy........................2000-01 Miller, Alexis........................2006-Pr Nowak, Jill..........................2002-05 Obradovich, Kim.................1996 O’Connell, Brooke..............1998-01 Olson, Kelly........................1998-99 O’Malley, Heather...............1996-97 Ory, Heather.......................1995-98 Pantusco, Lynn...................1997 Perry, Toni...........................2002 Pourch, Valerie...................1995-99 Prazma, Erika.....................2008-Pr Quarry, Rachelle.................2000 Quiter, Katie........................1998-01 Randall, Lauren..................2004-05

1996....Kate Binder............. 1997....Jessica Graczyk...... 1998....Jeanine Fredrick...... 1999....Jessica Graczyk...... 2000....Jeanine Fredrick...... 2001....Lindsay Dechert...... 2002....Lindsay Dechert...... 2003....Tiffany Groene......... 2004....Tiffany Groene......... 2005....Tiffany Groene......... 2006....Jenny Williams........ 2007....Jenny Williams........ 2008....Kaylin Lorbert..........

.737 .897 .833 .888 .880 .877 .832 .856 .790 .754 .793 .750 .847

Rawlings, Krystal................2000 Rhines, Melissa..................1998-01 Ridolfi, Laura......................2006-Pr Riner, Jessica.....................2004-05 Rogers, Lindsay.................2001 Roesch, Amanda................2003 Roth, Courtney...................1999 Rusk, Sarah........................2007-Pr Ryon, Meghan....................2004-07 Shear, Cassie.....................2006-Pr Siwicke, Katie.....................2001-02 Slota, Ashley.......................2005-08 Smith, McKenzie................2000-01 Smith, Nicole......................1998 Somers, Sophie..................2007 Stec, Michelle.....................1996 Steinhaus, Michelle............2004-07 Stelzner, Christina..............1996 Streid, Ashley.....................2008-Pr Strother, Tracie...................1995-98 Stutzman, Lori....................2000-03 Sullivan, Kaitlin...................2007-Pr Tischhauser, Megan...........2002 Traen, Rebecca..................2000-02 Vargas, Jenny.....................1995-96 Wallace, Ellen.....................1996-99 Walsh, Jeanne....................1995-96 Walter, Trisha......................2003-06 Wilkening, Lindsey.............2005-08 Williams, Jenny..................2006-Pr Williamson, Kendra............1995-97 Zabrosky, Kristy..................1998-01 Ziemba, Angela..................2007 Zuniga, Crystal...................2000


35 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program Eastern Illinois Hall of Fame 2008 Beth Aussin 2006 2003 2000 1999 1998

OVC Player of the Year Kellie Floyd Beth Liesen Devon Bissell Ida Hakansson Heather Ory

2004 2000 1999

OVC Freshman of the Year Michelle Steinhaus Beth Liesen Cara LeMaster

2000

OVC Coach of the Year Steve Ballard

PROGRAM HONOR ROLL

All-Ohio Valley Conference 2008 Pam Melinauskas 1st Sam Balek 2nd/New 2007 Kathleen Hayes 1st Kellie Floyd 2nd Michelle Steinhaus 2nd Caitlyn Eisenhauer New 2006 Kellie Floyd MVP AJ Brewer 1st/New Trisha Walter 2nd Jenny Williams New 2005 Sharyne Connell 1st Lee Ann Langsfeld 1st Kathleen Hayes 2nd Ashley Slota New 2004 Sharyne Connell 1st Audra Frericks 1st Lee Ann Langsfeld 1st Michelle Steinhaus 1st Trisha Walter 2nd 2003 Beth Liesen MVP Audra Frericks 1st Trisha Walter 1st Sharyne Connell 2nd Tiffany Groene 3rd Lee Ann Langsfeld 3rd 2002 Audra Frericks 1st Cara LeMaster 1st Beth Liesen 1st Lee Ann Langsfeld 2nd Rebecca Traen 2nd Terri Manser 3rd 2001 Beth Liesen 1st Audra Frericks 1st Rebecca Traen 1st Devon Bissell 2nd Cara LeMaster 2nd Sara Johnson HM 2000 Devon Bissell MVP Jeanine Fredrick 1st Cara LeMaster 1st

Sharyne Connell 2002-05

1999 1998 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 2008 2007 2006 2005

Beth Liesen Carole Griggs Rebecca Traen Ida Hakansson Shanna Hozman Cara LeMaster Devon Bissell Jessica Graczyk Courtney Roth Heather Ory Beth Aussin Diane Markus Carole Griggs Brooke O’Connell Tracie Strother Jeanine Fredrick

1st 2nd HM MVP 1st 1st 2nd HM HM MVP 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd HM

OVC All-Tournament Team Kathleen Hayes Michelle Steinhaus Jenny Bock Alexis Miller Sharyn Connell Kathleen Hayes Lee Ann Langsfeld Audra Frericks MVP Rachel Dorfman Lee Ann Langsfeld Trisha Walter Beth Liesen MVP Sharyne Connell Rachel Dorfman Tiffany Groene Teri LaRoche MVP Lindsay Dechert Audra Frericks Cara LeMaster Devon Bissell MVP Rachel Dorfman Cara LeMaster McKenzie Smith Jeanine Fredrick Carole Griggs Katie Quiter Carole Griggs MVP Devon Bissell Ida Hakansson Shanna Hozman OVC Player of the Week Kaylin Lorbert (2x) Sam Balek Ashley Slota Jenny Williams Jenny Williams Michelle Steinhaus Pam Melinauskas Kellie Floyd Lee Ann Langsfeld

GK Def. Def. GK GK Off. Off. Off. Def.

Audra frericks 2001-04

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Trisha Walter Michelle Steinhaus (2x) Trisha Walter Sharyne Connell Tiffany Groene Beth Liesen (2x) Audra Frericks Beth Liesen Beth Liesen (3x) Beth Liesen (2x) Devon Bissell Ida Hakansson (2x) Cara LeMaster Valerie Pourch Jeanine Fredrick Tracie Strother

Off. Off. Off. Off. Def. Off.

All-Missouri Valley Conference 1998 Beth Aussin 1st Heather Ory 1st Diane Markus HM Tracie Strother HM 1997 Heather Ory 1st Kendra Williamson 1st Beth Aussin 2nd Shelly Macumber 2nd Tracie Strother 2nd 1996 Tracie Strother 1st Beth Aussin 2nd Shelly Macumber 2nd/Fr Heather Ory 2nd Kendra Williamson 2nd Kelly Gilbert HM 1998 1997 1996

MVC All-Tournament Team Diane Markus Tara Kinney Heather Ory Kendra Williamson Beth Aussin Kendra Williamson

1998 1997 1996

MVC Player of the Week Beth Aussin Jeanine Fredrick Jessica Graczyk (2x) Tracie Strother Beth Aussin Tracie Strother (2x) Beth Aussin (3x) Heather Ory Shelly Macumber

2006

MVC All-Centennial Team Beth Aussin Forward

DEVON BISSELL 1999-2001

Off. Def. Def. Off. Off. Off. Off. Def. Def.

All-Great Lakes Region 2005 Lee Ann Langsfeld 2004 Audra Frericks Michelle Steinhaus 2003 Beth Liesen 2002 Audra Frericks Cara LeMaster 2001 Beth Liesen 2000 Beth Liesen 1999 Cara LeMaster 1997 Kendra Williamson 1996 Tracie Strother

3rd 3rd Fr. 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd Fr. Fr. 3rd 3rd

NSCAA Team Academic 2008 National Rank UA 3.64 2007 National Rank UA 3.42 2006 National Rank UA 3.43 2005 National Rank UA 3.21 2004 T-23rd nationally 3.47 2003 T-45th nationally 3.30 2002 T-49th nationally 3.23 2001 T-66th nationally 3.03 2000 T-34th nationally 3.02 1998 28th nationally 3.10 1997 20th nationally 3.07 CoSIDA Academic All-America 2007 Meghan Ryon 3rd CoSIDA Academic All-District V 2007 Meghan Ryon 1st 2006 Meghan Ryon 2nd Trisha Walter 2nd 2005 Sharyne Connell 2nd Trisha Walter 2nd 2004 Trisha Walter 2nd 2003 Teri LaRoche 1st Beth Liesen 1st 2002 Beth Liesen 1st Rebecca Traen 1st 2001 Devon Bissell 1st NSCAA Scholar Athlete 2007 Kellie Floyd 3rd 2006 Trisha Walter HM 1998 Heather Ory 1st Tracie Strother 2nd

JEANINE FREDRICK 1997-2000


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ALL-TIME OVC RECORDS & STANDINGS

– Regular Season – School (1st Year) W L T Pct Eastern Illinois (1998) 50 15 11 .731 Southeast Missouri (1999) 40 22 10 .625 Samford (2003-07) 35 5 3 .849 Murray State (2000) 33 27 7 .544 Tennessee Tech (1998) 31 36 9 .467 Morehead State (1998) 24 45 7 .362 UT Martin (1998) 23 41 12 .382 Jacksonville State (2003) 18 24 9 .441 Austin Peay (2002) 11 38 8 .263 Eastern Kentucky (2005) 10 22 3 .329 Middle Tennessee (‘98-99) 4 4 1 .500

– Tournament – W L T Titles 13 5 1 5 9 6 2 2 4 2 4 1 3 4 2 0 3 5 0 1 4 5 1 1 2 7 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

FINAL 2008 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Murray State 7 1 0 .875 21 12 5 3 .675 Eastern Kentucky 5 3 0 .625 15 8 8 3 .500 UT Martin 4 2 2 .625 14 10 5 4 .632 $-Morehead State 4 2 2 .625 14 9 9 3 .500 Eastern Illinois 3 4 1 .437 10 3 14 2 .211 Tennessee Tech 3 4 1 .437 10 5 14 1 .275 Jacksonville State 2 5 1 .313 7 5 10 3 .361 Austin Peay 1 4 3 .313 6 4 12 3 .289 Southeast Missouri 1 5 2 .250 5 2 9 3 .250 x-SIU Edwardsville 0 0 0 –– – 5 8 0 .385 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid) x-SIU Edwardsville was reclassying from NCAA DII to DI

FINAL 2007 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct $-Southeast Missouri 8 0 1 .944 25 12 2 4 .778 Samford 8 1 0 .888 24 15 5 1 .738 Murray State 6 3 0 .667 18 11 8 0 .589 UT Martin 4 2 3 .611 15 10 6 3 .605 Morehead State 4 4 1 .500 13 5 10 1 .344 Eastern Illinois 4 5 0 .433 12 8 11 1 .425 Tennessee Tech 2 5 2 .333 8 4 10 4 .333 Eastern Kentucky 2 6 1 .277 7 4 11 3 .306 Jacksonville State 2 6 1 .277 7 4 12 1 .265 Austin Peay 0 8 1 .056 1 7 12 1 .375 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2006 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Samford 6 0 3 .833 21 11 4 3 .694 Morehead State 5 1 3 .722 18 8 8 3 .500 Eastern Illinois 4 1 4 .667 16 8 7 5 .525 $-Southeast Missouri 4 3 2 .556 13 10 8 2 .550 Austin Peay 3 4 2 .444 11 6 10 3 .395 UT Martin 2 3 4 .444 10 5 9 5 .395 Jacksonville State 3 5 1 .389 10 5 12 2 .316 Murray State 2 4 3 .389 9 5 9 4 .389 Eastern Kentucky 2 5 2 .333 8 4 12 2 .278 Tennessee Tech 1 6 2 .222 5 2 13 3 .194 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2005 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Samford 7 2 0 .778 21 15 4 4 .739 Eastern Illinois 6 1 2 .778 20 9 10 2 .476 Southeast Missouri 5 3 1 .611 16 13 6 1 .675 Murray State 5 3 1 .611 16 8 10 3 .452 Austin Peay 5 4 0 .556 15 9 10 0 .474 Jacksonville State 4 4 1 .500 13 8 9 2 .474 Tennessee Tech 3 5 1 .389 10 6 11 2 .368 UT Martin 3 6 0 .333 9 9 10 0 .474 Morehead State 3 6 0 .333 9 6 11 2 .368 Eastern Kentucky 1 8 0 .111 3 1 14 1 .094 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2004 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference –

– Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Samford 7 1 0 .875 21 10 7 1 .583 $-Eastern Illinois 6 1 1 .813 19 13 6 2 .667 Murray State 4 3 1 .563 13 8 11 1 .425 Morehead State 4 4 0 .500 12 9 9 1 .500 Jacksonville State 3 3 2 .500 11 7 11 3 .405 Southeast Missouri 3 3 2 .500 11 11 6 2 .632 Tennessee Tech 2 3 3 .438 9 7 6 4 .529 Austin Peay 1 6 1 .188 4 8 9 2 .474 UT Martin 1 7 0 .125 3 4 11 2 .294 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2003 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Samford 7 1 0 .875 21 12 4 5 .690 $-Eastern Illinois 6 0 2 .875 20 11 6 5 .613 Jacksonville State 4 1 3 .785 15 11 5 4 .700 UT Martin 4 2 2 .635 14 9 7 3 .553 Southeast Missouri 4 3 1 .562 13 10 5 5 .625 Tennessee Tech 3 5 0 .375 9 9 11 0 .450 Murray State 3 5 0 .375 9 6 10 3 .395 Austin Peay 1 7 0 .125 3 5 13 1 .289 Morehead State 0 8 0 .000 0 2 13 1 .156 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2002 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Southeast Missouri 6 0 0 1.000 18 14 4 2 .750 $-Eastern Illinois 4 1 1 .750 13 12 8 2 .591 UT Martin 3 2 1 .583 10 9 7 3 .553 Tennessee Tech 3 3 0 .500 9 12 5 1 .694 Murray State 2 2 2 .500 8 8 7 2 .529 Morehead State 0 5 1 .083 1 2 12 1 .167 Austin Peay 0 5 1 .083 1 0 13 3 .094 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2001 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Southeast Missouri 5 0 0 1.000 15 16 2 0 .889 $-Eastern Illinois 4 1 0 .800 12 14 6 0 .700 Tennessee Tech 3 2 0 .600 9 12 7 0 .632 Murray State 2 3 0 .400 6 8 9 2 .474 UT Martin 1 4 0 .200 3 4 14 0 .222 Morehead State 0 5 0 .000 0 2 16 0 .111 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament automatic bid)

FINAL 2000 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference – – Overall – W L T Pct Pts W L T Pct Eastern Illinois 5 0 0 1.000 15 15 4 1 .775 $-Tennessee Tech 4 1 0 .800 12 12 8 0 .600 Southeast Missouri 2 3 0 .400 6 10 6 1 .618 Morehead State 2 3 0 .400 6 9 10 1 .475 Murray State 2 3 0 .400 6 9 11 1 .452 UT Martin 0 5 0 .000 0 0 18 0 .000 $-OVC Tournament Champion (NCAA Tournament play-in)

FINAL 1999 OVC STANDINGS

– Conference –

W L $-Eastern Illinois 5 0 Tennessee Tech 3 2 Middle Tennessee 2 2 Southeast Missouri 2 2 Morehead State 2 3 UT Martin 0 5 $-OVC Tournament Champion

T 0 0 1 1 0 0

Pct 1.000 .600 .500 .500 .400 .000

Pts 15 9 7 7 6 0

– Overall – W L T Pct 11 9 0 .550 7 13 0 .350 10 10 1 .500 4 8 1 .346 4 15 0 .211 1 19 0 .050

FINAL 1998 OVC STANDINGS

Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Middle Tennessee UT Martin Morehead State

W 4 3 2 1 0

– Conference – L T Pct Pts 0 0 1.000 12 1 0 .750 9 2 0 .500 6 3 0 .250 3 4 0 .000 0

W 9 10 10 2 2

– Overall – L T Pct 7 2 .556 7 1 .583 8 0 .556 15 0 .118 16 0 .111


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1995 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS B. Aussin 19 -19 V. Pourch 19 -2 K. Williamson 19 -19 T. Strother 15 -11 D. Markus 20 -20 C. Hendrickson 18 -18 K. Fisher 20 -19 T. Bosely 20 -20 K. Maiorano 16 -14 H. Ory 20 -20 V. Johnson 9 -0 S. Dieckhoff 16 -0 J. Meyer 13 -3 L. Huber 16 -8 T. Kinney 20 -20 H. Jalinsky 20 -1 J. Walsh 15 -7 E. McNally 12 -0 M. Ancheta 9 -0 D. Leighty 2 -0 Eastern 20 Opponents 20

Date

Opponent

Shots – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 314 –

G 9 7 6 5 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 36

A 5 2 1 3 3 5 4 2 2 3 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 –

Pts GWG 23 – 16 – 13 – 13 – 11 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 6 – 5 – 3 – 3 – 2 – 1 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 118 8 – 11

8-11-1 Overall

4-3 Home • 4-6-1 Away • 0-2 Neutral

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA Sv PCT SHO J. Vargas 19 -14 1308 26 1.79 97 .789 0 K. Binder 15 -6 582 10 1.55 44 .815 1 Team 3 Eastern 20 1890 36 1.71 141 .797 4 Opponents 20 1890 42 2.00 – – 6

Result

9/2 at Toledo Toledo, Ohio L 1-2 9/3 at Loyola Chicago, Ill. L 0-2 9/9 IOWA STATE LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 9/10 HARRIS-STOWE LAKESIDE FIELD W 7-0 9/13 at Northern Illinois DeKalb, Ill. L 2-4 9/16 at Harris-Stowe St. Louis, Mo. W 7-0 9/17 SIU EDWARDSVILLE LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 9/20 EVANSVILLE LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 9/24 at Marquette Milwaukee, Wis. L 0-2 9/27 LEWIS UNIVERSITY LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-3 10/1 TOLEDO LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 OT 10/4 at SIU Edwardsville Edwardsville, Ill. T 2-2 10/7 ^ at Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, Mo. L 0-1 10/8 ^ vs Quincy St. Louis, Mo. L 1-4 10/14 at Arkansas-Little Rock Little Rock, Ark. W 3-1 10/15 at Memphis Memphis, Tenn. L 0-3 10/20 VALPARAISO LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 10/22 at Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. W 3-0 10/27 % at Kansas Lawrence, Kan. W 3-2 10/28 % vs North Texas Lawrence, Kan. L 1-4

EIU Goals

Williamson

Williamson, Williamson, Aussin, Hendrickson Pourch, Pourch, Pourch, Fisher, Aussin, Williamson, Johnson Aussin, Markus Fisher, Pourch, Strother, Ory, Williamson, Aussin, Meyer Pourch

Markus, Strother, Aussin Maiorano, Aussin Pourch Strother, Williamson, Maiorano Hendrickson, Pourch, Strother, Markus Bosley, Aussin, Aussin Strother, Bosley, Aussin Markus

HOME GAMES IN BOLD ^ Missouri-St. Louis Tournament <> % Kansas Tournament


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1996 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player T. Strother B. Aussin V. Pourch K. Williamson A. Ayala M. Macumber J. Cech T. Bosley H. Ory D. Markus M. Stec H. O’Malley H. Jalinsky T. Kinney J. Walsh C. Stelzner K. Obradovich S. Dieckhoff A. Giangiorgi E. Wallace C. Boyer J. Elke E. Antesberger Eastern Opponents

Date

GP -GS 21 -20 21 -20 21 -2 21 -21 21 -0 21 -21 21 -21 21 -21 21 -21 21 -21 19 -0 11 -0 19 -0 21 -21 12 -0 9 -0 8 -0 12 -0 12 -3 9 -0 7 -0 6 -0 4 -0 21 21

Shots 79 72 22 33 10 20 16 12 10 41 7 5 12 2 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 389 179

G 20 18 4 3 4 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 33

Opponent (Attendance)

A 12 14 4 3 0 2 4 1 3 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58 21

Pts GWG 52 7 50 4 12 1 9 1 8 1 8 1 8 0 5 0 5 0 5 1. 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 16 87 5

16-5 Overall • 4-3 Missouri Valley 8-2 Home • 6-2 Away • 2-1 Neutral GP -GS Min 15 -12 854 14 -6 647 12 -3 479 21 1980 21 1980

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player J. Vargas K. Binder A. Giangiorgi Eastern Opponents

GA 20 10 3 33 67

GAA 2.11 1.39 0.56 1.50 3.05

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 35 18 Total 121 41 Total 231 196

Result

8/31 LOYOLA (160) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 9/7 at Middle Tennessee (108) Murfreesboro, Tenn. W 4-1 9/8 at Tennessee Tech (100) Cookeville, Tenn. W 3-0 9/11 at Lewis University (200) Romeoville, Ill. W 7-6 9/14 ^ vs North Dakota State (104) Ames, Iowa W 5-0 9/15 ^ at Iowa State (100) Ames, Iowa W 2-0 9/20 EASTERN MICHIGAN (107) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-3 OT 9/22 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK (126) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-3 9/27 NORTHERN ILLINOIS (102) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 10/4 at Dayton (108) Dayton, Ohio L 1-3 10/6 * MISSOURI STATE (112) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 10/12 DEPAUL (142) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 10/13 WESTERN MICHIGAN (140) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 OT 10/18 * CREIGHTON (140) LAKESIDE FIELD L 2-3 10/20 MEMPHIS (118) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 10/23 * at Evansville (176) Evansville, Ind. L 1-4 10/27 * at Valparaiso (120) Valparaiso, Ind. W 4-0 10/30 at Saint Louis (139) St. Louis, Mo. W 3-2 OT 11/2 at Illinois State (150) Normal, Ill. W 4-1 11/7 + vs Valparaiso (109) Evansville, Ind. W 6-0 11/8 + vs Creighton (100) Evansville, Ind. L 1-3

2nd 28 15

OT 4 0

Sv 33 28 20 81 161

OT2 0 0

PCT .623 .737 .870 .710 .706

SHO 2.6 1.9 2.5 7 1

Total 67 33

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Strother, AYALA, Ayala Macumber, WILLIAMSON, Jalinsky, Gilbert AUSSIN, Strother, Aussin Aussin, Aussin, Aussin, Aussin, Pourch, Cech, STROTHER STROTHER, Strother, Gilbert, Macumber, O’Malley MACUMBER, Strother

Aussin, Strother, Aussin, STROTHER

Strother, Aussin, STROTHER, Strother, Strother Strother, AUSSIN, Strother, Aussin Strother POURCH STROTHER, Aussin, Gilbert, Ayala Bosley, AUSSIN, Cech Gilbert, Aussin Ayala

STROTHER, Williamson, Aussin, Strother

Ory, Williamson, AUSSIN

Aussin, STROTHER, Gilbert, Strother

MARKUS, Aussin, Bosley, Strother, Gilbert, Pourch Gilbert

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Iowa State Tournament * Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 3 seed)


39 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

1997 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player B. Aussin H. Ory T. Strother D. Markus K. Williamson C. Griggs A. Koudelka J. Cech S. Macumber K. Gilbert M. Stec T. Bosley A. Ayala M. Cameron K. Binder E. Wallace L. Pantusco T. Kwiatek T. Kinney J. Elke A. Cibula S. Hohn S. Hozman S. Figel E. Antesberger C. Boyer H. O’Malley Eastern Opponents

Date

GP -GS 21 -21 21 -21 21 -21 11 -11 21 -21 21 -21 21 -21 21 -10 21 -21 20 -17 17 -0 21 -6 20 -0 13 -0 8 -0 10 -0 18 -0 8 -0 16 -16 8 -0 6 -0 14 -0 3 -1 6 -0 9 -2 2 -0 1 -0 18 18

Shots 41 31 48 17 28 25 15 17 6 19 7 5 8 6 1 2 7 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 261 304

G 7 10 9 6 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 32

Opponent (Attendance)

A 13 6 6 1 7 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 21

Pts GWG 27 3 26 2 24 2 13 2 11 1 8 1 6 0 6 0 5 0 4 2 4 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 103 10 85 7

14-6-1 Overall • 4-1 Missouri Valley 7-2 Home • 7-3 Away • 0-1-1 Neutral GP -GS Min 17 -12 1054 16 -9 817 8 -0 144 21 2015 21 2015

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– GOALKEEPING –

Player J. Graczyk J. Fredrick K. Binder Eastern Opponents

GA 8 15 1 24 51

GAA 0.68 1.65 0.63 1.07 2.28

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 16 15 Total 137 81 Total 206 189

Result

8/31 KANSAS (180) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 9/5 ^ vs Marquette (UA) Madison, Wis. L 0-1 9/7 ^ at Wisconsin (428) Madison, Wis. L 0-3 9/13 MIDDLE TENNESSEE (110) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-0 9/17 at Illinois (839) Champaign, Ill. W 7-1 9/21 DAYTON (145) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-3 9/24 at Loyola (172) Chicago, Ill. W 3-2 OT 9/26 WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (149) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 9/28 at Memphis (117) Memphis, Tenn. W 1-0 OT 10/1 at Saint Louis (354) St. Louis, Mo. L 0-1 10/5 at Eastern Michigan (107) Ypsilanti, Mich. W 2-1 10/8 at DePaul (100) Chicago, Ill. W 2-1 10/12 * ILLINOIS STATE (130) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 10/15 * at Evansville (127) Evansville, Ind. L 1-3 10/18 TENNESSEE TECH (210) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-0 10/19 WESTERN ILLINOIS (175) LAKESIDE FIELD W 7-1 10/24 * CREIGHTON (106) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-0 10/26 * VALPARAISO (107) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-1 10/31 * at Missouri State (125) Springfield, Mo. W 2-1 11/7 + at Missouri State (200) Springfield, Mo. W 2-1 11/9 + vs Evansville (174) Springfield, Mo. T 2-2

2nd 33 8

OT 1 0

Sv 70 76 5 151 149

OT2 1 1

PCT .897 .835 .833 .863 .745

SHO 3.2 1.3 0.5 5 5

Total 51 24

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

ORY, Ory, Macumber, Ory, Stec Markus, AUSSIN, Ory, Strother, Aussin, Markus, Strother Aussin, MARKUS, Ory Markus, STEC, Koudelka GILBERT Markus, MARKUS Strother, ORY STROTHER Ayala GILBERT, Aussin, Griggs, Cech, Macumber Strother, AUSSIN, Cameron, Griggs, Koudelka, Williamson AUSSIN, Ory, Aussin Ory, GRIGGS, Strother, Cech STROTHER, Strother Ory, WILLIAMSON Evansville Wins on PKs, 5-4 Reg. Goals: Ory, Strother

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Wisconsin Tournament * Missouri Valley Conference match <> + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed)


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1998 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player B. Aussin T. Strother A. Koudelka D. Markus C. Griggs A. Ayala V. Pourch M. Cameron H. Ory M. Rhines K. Olson K. Zabrosky K. Quiter S. Hozman J. Cech J. Elke S. Macumber B. O’Connell A. Drum E. Wallace S. Figel C. Boyer N. Smith M. Massarella Eastern Opponents

Date

GP -GS 18 -18 18 -18 18 -18 18 -18 18 -16 17 -1 17 -7 15 -0 18 -18 9 -0 14 -0 18 -4 13 -6 18 -15 18 -7 17 -7 16 -10 18 -16 5 -0 10 -0 8 -0 5 -0 3 -0 1 -0 18 18

Shots 53 54 26 16 12 10 10 4 20 4 5 7 9 10 5 1 6 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 261 304

G 5 9 5 5 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 32

Opponent (Attendance)

A 12 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 21

Pts GWG 22 0 21 1 13 2 12 3. 6 1 4 0 4 0 3 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 103 10 85 7

3-1 Ohio

6-2 Home • 4-3-1 Away • 0-2 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player J. Fredrick J. Graczyk K. Binder Eastern Opponents

GP -GS Min 14 -14 1018 12 -3 576 5 -1 124 18 1718 18 1718

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

10-7-1 Overall Valley • 3-2-1 Missouri Valley GA 16 14 2 32 36

GAA 1.41 2.19 1.45 1.68 1.89

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 18 9 Total 105 101 Total 222 185

Result

9/1 at Wisconsin-Green Bay (106) Green Bay, Wis. W 2-1 9/5 • at Middle Tennessee (105) Murfreesboro, Tenn. W 2-1 9/6 • at Tennessee Tech (109) Cookeville, Tenn. L 0-1 OT 9/11 at Western Illinois (107) Macomb, Ill. L 0-1 9/13 LOYOLA (138) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 9/19 • UT MARTIN (119) LAKESIDE FIELD W 7-1 9/23 ILLINOIS (253) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-2 9/26 ^ vs Purdue (200) Milwaukee, Wis. L 2-5 9/27 ^ at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (453) Milwaukee, Wis. W 2-1 OT 10/2 * at Valparaiso (100) Valparaiso, Ind. T 1-1 10/4 * at Illinois State (200) Normal, Ill. W 1-0 10/10 * ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-2 10/11 • MOREHEAD STATE (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/16 * at Creighton (147) Omaha, Neb. L 0-6 10/18 EASTERN MICHIGAN (112) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT 10/23 * EVANSVILLE (103) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-3 10/25 * MISSOURI STATE (102) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 10/29 + vs Southwest Missouri (109) Evansville, Ind. L 1-3

2nd 11 9

OT 3 1

Sv 80 53 8 141 126

OT2 1 0

PCT SHO .833 1.0 .791 0 .800 0 .815 1 .778 4

Total 33 19

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Aussin, KOUDELKA Koudelka, GRIGGS

Aussin, STROTHER, Koudelka, Griggs, Strother, Ayala, Olson Strother, Strother, HOZMAN, Koudelka Aussin, Strother Strother, MARKUS Pourch QUITER Aussin, KOUDELKA, Aussin, Markus Strother, MARKUS, Ayala Pourch, CAMERON Rhines Strother, MARKUS, Markus, Zabrosky Strother

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panther Showcase • Ohio Valley Conference match <> * Missouri Valley Conference match + Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (No. 4 seed)


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1999 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player I. Hakansson C. Griggs D. Bissell C. LeMaster J. Gehrke V. Pourch K. Zabrosky T. Manser M. Rhines A. Drum S. Hozman K. Quiter E. Wallace J. Fredrick M. Cameron C. Roth M. Massarella B. O’Connell K. Olson E. Loeffel Eastern Opponents

Date

GP -GS 16 -15 20 -19 20 -20 20 -18 20 -7 20 -13 20 -6 20 -8 19 -2 12 -0 19 -18 20 -19 10 -1 18 -9 16 -0 18 -15 19 -5 19 -10 15 -9 20 -15 20 20

Shots 51 33 35 34 26 14 13 35 4 3 5 14 1 0 10 9 9 3 3 1 303 344

G 9 4 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 26

Opponent (Attendance)

A 4 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 24

Pts GWG 22 3 12 2 10 0 9 3 6 1 5 0 5 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 11 76 9

11-9 Overall • 5-0 Ohio Valley 7-1 Home • 4-4 Away • 0-4 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA J. Fredrick 18 -9 1031 16 1.40 J. Graczyk 15 -11 786 10 1.14 Team Eastern 20 1817 26 1.29 Opponents 20 1817 29 1.44

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 13 10 1st 140 166 1st 82 77 1st 39 61 1st 119 97

Result

8/27 at Tennessee Tech (175)*** Cookeville, Tenn. W 2-1 8/29 at Illinois (583) Champaign, Ill. L 0-3 9/3 WESTERN ILLINIOS (107) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 9/5 at Eastern Michigan (137) Ypsilanti, Mich. L 0-1 9/10 ^ vs Oakland (150) Madison, Wis. L 0-5 9/12 ^ vs Texas (150) Madison, Wis. L 1-2 9/17 % vs Air Force (107) Omaha, Neb. L 0-1 9/19 % vs Pepperdine (108) Omaha, Neb. L 0-1 9/25 • at Morehead State (227) Morehead, Ky. W 2-1 OT 9/28 ILLINOIS STATE (109) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-3 10/1 • MIDDLE TENNESSEE (147) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 10/3 • TENNESSEE TECH (147) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 10/8 at Loyola (107) Chicago, Ill. L 0-1 10/10 at Missouri State (279) Springfield, Mo. W 1-0 10/17 CREIGHTON (108) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 10/22 at Evansville (229) Evansville, Ind. L 0-2 10/29 • at UT Martin (103) Martin, Tenn. W 4-1 10/31 • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (138) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 11/6 + SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (148) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT 11/7 + TENNESSEE TECH (348) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1

2nd 14 16 2nd 162 178 2nd 80 79 2nd 60 64 2nd 118 99

OT 2 0 OT 1 0 OT 0 0 OT 0 0 OT 0 0

Sv PCT SHO 79 .832 2.3 79 .888 1.7 4 162 .862 4 156 .843 8

OT2 – – OT2 – – OT2 – – OT2 – – OT2 – –

Total 29 26 Total 303 344 Total 162 156 Total 99 125 Total 237 196

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER) Gehrke, ZABROSKY

Hakansson, HAKANSSON Bissell Hakansson, GRIGGS LeMaster, LeMASTER LeMaster, HAKANSSON RHINES Griggs, LeMASTER, Pourch, Pourch Hakansson, HAKANSSON, Bissell, Drum GRIGGS, Hakansson, Zabrosky, Manser Bissell, HAKANSSON Griggs, GEHRKE, Hakansson

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Wisconsin Tournament <> % Creighton Tournament • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 1 seed) The OVC Tournament champ did not receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament until 2000 ***Did not count as an OVC match


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2000 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS B. Liesen 20 -20 D. Bissell 20 -20 W. Hoffmann 19 -19 C. Griggs 20 -20 C. LeMaster 20 -20 R. Traen 20 -20 T. Manser 20 -20 L. Stutzman 18 -0 K. Genenbacher 20 -20 K. Zabrosky 20 -1 T. LaRoche 15 -0 K. Quiter 19 -18 M. Smith 18 -7 M. Rhines 18 -0 K. Meyer 18 -0 B. O’Connell 11 -11 C. Zuniga 19 -4 R. Quarry 9 -0 K. Rawlings 14 -0 Eastern 20 Opponents 20

Date

Shots 80 18 34 53 47 19 29 14 14 13 9 3 13 13 7 4 4 0 0 374 293

G 15 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 20

Opponent (Attendance)

A 3 10 5 7 7 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 22

Pts GWG 33 8 16 1 13 1 13 0 13 2 10 1 7 0 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 117 15 62 4

15-4-1 Overall • 5-0 Ohio Valley 7-2-1 Home • 7-2 Away • 1-0 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA J. Fredrick 20 -20 1778 18 0.91 T. DelVecchio 5 -0 121 2 1.49 Team Eastern 20 1899 20 0.95 Opponents 20 1899 39 1.85

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 19 12 1st 171 134 1st 66 77 1st 50 49 1st 86 125

Result

8/25 ILLINIOS (208) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-2 8/27 at Indiana State (250) Terre Haute, Ind. W 4-1 9/1 at DePaul (174) Chicago, Ill. W 2-1 9/3 at Northern Iowa (101) Cedar Falls, Iowa W 1-0 OT 9/9 ^ vs Idaho State (103) Macomb, Ill. W 2-1 9/10 ^ at Western Illinois (136) Macomb, Ill. W 3-0 9/15 VALPARAISO (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-0 9/17 • UT MARTIN (104) LAKESIDE FIELD W 6-0 9/20 at Evansville (110) Evansville, Ind. L 0-3 9/24 ORAL ROBERTS (140) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 9/27 MISSOURI STATE (106) LAKESIDE FIELD T 0-0 9/29 • MOREHEAD STATE (107) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT 10/5 at Middle Tennessee (116) Murfreesboro, Tenn. L 0-5 10/8 • TENNESSEE TECH (104) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/13 • at Southeast Missouri (180) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 3-1 10/15 at IUPUI (175) Indianapolis, Ind. W 3-1 10/20 LOYOLA (139) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 10/22 • at Murray State (275) Murray, Ky. W 2-1 OT 10/28 + MOREHEAD STATE (222) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/29 + TENNESSEE TECH (206) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 OT

2nd 17 7 2nd 178 144 2nd 70 84 2nd 51 47 2nd 114 92

OT 2 0 OT 14 8 OT 2 5 OT 6 6 OT 13 7

Sv PCT SHO 132 .880 6.2 8 .800 0.8 1 141 .876 7 170 .813 6

OT2 1 1 OT2 11 7 OT2 3 4 OT2 1 3 OT2 5 4

Total 39 20 Total 374 293 Total 141 170 Total 108 105 Total 218 228

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER) Bissell, LIESEN, Griggs, Manser Liesen, HOFFMANN TRAEN Griggs, LIESEN LIESEN, Traen, Liesen LIESEN, Hoffmann, Bissell LIESEN, Hoffmann, Manser Traen, LeMaster, Quiter LeMASTER Stutzman, LIESEN Liesen, BISSELL, Hoffmann LeMaster, TRAEN, Liesen Liesen, ZABROSKY, Liesen LIESEN Liesen, LIESEN Manser, LaROCHE, Griggs

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Western Illinois Westerwind Classic • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 1 seed)


43 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

2001 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS B. Liesen 20 -20 C. LeMaster 20 -20 D. Bissell 20 -20 S. Johnson 20 -20 K. Siwicke 19 -17 R. Dorfman 16 -10 M. Smith 20 -20 A. Frericks 20 -20 R. Traen 20 -20 K. Zabrosky 19 -1 T. LaRoche 19 -0 B. O’Connell 18 -0 K. Meyer 16 -0 T. Manser 17 -0 L. Rogers 17 -17 M. Rhines 20 -0 S. Fisher 11 -0 K. Quiter 17 -15 L. Stutzman 18 -0 K. Genenbacher 9 -0 Eastern 20 Opponents 20

Date

Shots 76 42 30 28 23 15 19 10 13 11 10 7 4 12 6 5 3 2 1 0 317 301

G 18 6 1 6 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 21

Opponent (Attendance)

A 5 7 16 0 4 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 19

Pts GWG 41 9 19 2 18 0 12 1 8 0 7 0 7 0 4 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 14 61 6

14-6 Overall • 4-1 Ohio Valley 6-2 Home • 7-4 Away • 1-0 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA L. Dechert 20 -20 1434 15 0.94 L. Goehler 13 -0 387 6 1.40 Team Eastern 20 1821 21 1.04 Opponents 20 1821 45 2.22

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 15 5 1st 143 140 1st 70 52 1st 55 38 1st 118 103

Result

8/31 at Valparaiso (279) Valparaiso, Ind. W 4-1 9/2 at Loyola (325) Chicago, Ill. W 2-1 9/7 INDIANA STATE (147) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 9/9 EASTERN MICHIGAN (127) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-2 9/18 DEPAUL (105) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 9/23 at Middle Tennessee (136) Murfreesboro, Tenn. W 2-1 9/28 WESTERN ILLINOIS (107) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-0 9/30 NORTHERN IOWA (161) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/5 • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (107) LAKESIDE FIELD L 0-1 10/7 IUPUI (117) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 10/12 • MURRAY STATE (181) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT 10/14 at Illinois State (248) Normal, Ill. L 0-3 10/19 • at Tennessee Tech (134) Cookeville, Tenn. W 2-1 10/21 • at UT Martin (120) Martin, Tenn. W 4-1 10/26 • at Morehead State (105) Morehead, Ky. W 5-0 10/28 at Missouri State (106) Springfield, Mo. L 0-1 11/4 at Missouri (369) Columbia, Mo. L 1-3 11/9 + vs Tennessee Tech (175) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 4-1 11/11 + at Southeast Missouri (435) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 1-0 11/16 $ at Notre Dame (UA) South Bend, Ind. L 0-2

2nd 29 16 2nd 170 158 2nd 63 72 2nd 56 41 2nd 125 114

OT 0 0 OT 2 2 OT 0 0 OT 0 0 OT 1 1

Sv PCT SHO 107 .877 3.9 24 .800 1.1 2 133 .864 5 124 .733 5

OT2 1 0 OT2 2 1 OT2 0 0 OT2 2 0 OT2 1 1

Total 45 21 Total 317 301 Total 133 124 Total 113 79 Total 245 219

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Bissell, O’CONNELL, Siwicke, Traen LIESEN, Liesen Liesen, LIESEN, Zabrosky, Liesen LIESEN, LaRoche, Liesen, LeMaster Liesen, LIESEN LIESEN, Liesen, Liesen Johnson, JOHNSON, Meyer LeMASTER, Liesen, LeMaster, Johnson LeMaster, FRERICKS Siwicke, LIESEN Johnson, LIESEN, Dorfman, Johnson LIESEN, Smith, LeMaster, Liesen, Johnson Smith Dorfman, LeMASTER, Frericks, Dorfman LIESEN

EIU was slated to play at Missouri on Sept. 11 & participate in a tournament in Hawaii the weekend of Sept. 21-23. The Mizzou game was rescheduled & the Hawaii tournament canceled in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. HOME GAMES IN BOLD • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed) <> $ NCAA Tournament


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 44

2002 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS B. Liesen 22 -22 C. LeMaster 22 -22 A. Frericks 22 -22 T. Manser 21 -13 S. Connell 22 -6 K. Siwicke 22 -14 T. LaRoche 20 -2 K. Genenbacher 19 -1 R. Dorfman 22 -22 M. Frericks 21 -4 L. Stutzman 17 -3 R. Traen 22 -22 K. Garkie 22 -16 L. Holcomb 22 -18 J. Nowak 21 -8 L. Langsfeld 22 -22 T. Perry 18 -3 C. Zuniga 13 -0 L. Langenberg 10 -0 M. Tischhauser 8 -0 M. McDermott 12 -0 L. Dechert 22 -18 Eastern 22 Opponents 22

Date

Shots 75 57 32 26 16 22 14 7 29 9 3 8 22 11 11 11 8 5 4 3 2 1 376 301

G 9 9 5 7 4 3 3 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 31

Opponent (Attendance)

A 8 7 10 2 2 1 1 1 5 1 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 24

Pts GWG 26 3 25 1 20 2 16 2 10 1 7 0 7 2 7 0 7 0 5 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 12 86 8

12-8-2 Overall • 4-1-1 Ohio Valley 7-1-1 Home • 4-5-1 Away • 1-2 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA L. Dechert 22 -18 1467 17 1.04 T. Groene 12 -4 609 13 1.92 Team Eastern 22 2076 30 1.30 Opponents 22 2076 47 2.04

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 21 12 1st 178 125 1st 49 67 1st 69 62 1st 100 112

Result

8/30 at Illinois State (209) Normal, Ill. L 1-2 OT 9/1 MIDDLE TENNESSEE (102) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 9/8 BOWLING GREEN (116) LAKESIDE FIELD T 1-1 9/10 at Indiana State (106) Terre Haute, Ind. L 1-2 9/13 MISSOURI STATE (106) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 9/15 at Eastern Michigan (113) Ypsilanti, Mich. W 3-2 9/20 ^ at Colorado (389) Boulder, Colo. L 1-4 9/22 ^ vs #21 Denver (227) Boulder, Colo. L 3-4 OT 9/25 EVANSVILLE (112) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-0 9/29 LOYOLA (104) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-0 10/4 • at Southeast Missouri (367) Cape Girardeau, Mo. L 0-1 10/6 VALPARAISO (104) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 10/11 • at Austin Peay (143) Clarksville, Tenn. W 5-0 10/13 • at Murray State (257) Murray, Ky. T 1-1 10/18 • TENNESSEE TECH (108) LAKESIDE FIELD W 5-2 10/20 at Western Illinois (243) Macomb, Ill. W 3-0 10/25 • UT MARTIN (101) LAKESIDE FIELD W 1-0 10/27 • MOREHEAD STATE (108) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-1 11/1 at Illinois (305) Champaign, Ill. L 0-4 11/8 + vs UT Martin (118) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 1-0 11/10 + at Southeast Missouri (535) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 3-2 PK* 11/15 $ vs #14 Purdue (100) South Bend, Ind. L 1-2 PK*

2nd 26 16 2nd 189 150 2nd 55 78 2nd 63 62 2nd 122 108

OT 0 2 OT 3 15 OT 6 2 OT 2 6 OT 8 4

Sv PCT SHO 84 .832 5.5 28 .683 1.5 1 113 .790 7 150 .761 2

OT2 1 1 OT2 5 10 OT2 1 3 OT2 1 2 OT2 6 6

Total 48 31 Total 375 300 Total 111 150 Total 135 132 Total 236 230

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Connell LIESEN Traen LeMaster Siwicke Connell, Siwicke, LeMASTER LeMaster Liesen, Dorfman, Liesen LIESEN, Manser, Connell LIESEN, LeMaster, M. Frericks, LeMaster, Genenbacher A. Frericks, MANSER, Liesen, Liesen CONNELL, M. Frericks, Siwicke, Liesen, Manser LeMaster Manser, LeMaster, MANSER, Liesen, Genenbacher LaROCHE, A. Frericks, Genenbacher A. FRERICKS LaRoche, A. FRERICKS, Manser, Manser LaROCHE EIU Wins on PKs, 4-3 Reg. Goals: LeMaster, LeMaster Purdue Wins on PKs, 3-1 Reg. Goal: A. Frericks

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ Colorado Soccer Classic • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed) <> $ NCAA Tournament *Games decided by a shootout went into the record book as a win or loss during the 2002 season


45 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

2003 STATISTICS & RESULTS 11-6-5 Overall • 6-0-2 Ohio Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Shots SOG

G

A

Pts GWG

B. Liesen

22 -22

112

50

20

9

49

6

S. Connell

22 -22

46

19

8

2

18

2

T. Walter

21 -15

28

16

4

8

16

1

T. LaRoche

22 -10

39

16

5

4

14

0

A. Frericks

22 -22

34

14

5

2

12

0

M. Frericks

22 -22

10

6

1

5

7

0

A. Bohnenstiehl 22 -10

17

12

2

1

5

0

L. Holcomb

22 -22

16

7

2

1

5

1

L. Stutzman

22 -6

12

5

1

3

5

1

R. Dorfman

22 -22

25

6

1

2

4

0

A. Dix

22 -7

6

3

1

1

3

0

L. Goehler

19 -0

2

0

0

2

2

0

K. Garkie

20 -8

10

4

0

1

1

0

L. Langsfeld

20 -20

6

1

0

1

1

0

L. Keating

10 -0

1

1

0

1

1

0

J. Nowak

18 -12

2

1

0

0

0

0

V. Garrison

9 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

A. Roesch

4 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Eastern

22

366

161

50

43 143

11

Opponents

22

322

125

27

24

6

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

78

5-1-2 Home • 5-4-3 Away • 1-1 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA T. Groene 17 -12 1239:07 14 1.02 L. Dechert 13 -10 863:25 13 1.36 Team Eastern 22 2102:32 27 1.16 Opponents 22 2102:32 50 2.14 Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 22 6 1st 169 127 1st 58 74 1st 62 49 1st 117 82

Result

8/29 WESTERN ILLINOIS (103) LAKESIDE FIELD W 6-0 9/2 at Illinois State (113) Normal, Ill. L 0-1 9/5 at Bowling Green (126) Bowling Green, Ohio W 4-2 9/7 at Loyola (350) Chicago, Ill. W 3-2 9/10 INDIANA STATE (107) LAKESIDE FIELD T 1-1 9/14 EASTERN MICHIGAN LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-2 9/19 at Missouri (468) Columbia, Mo. L 2-3 OT 9/21 MISSOURI STATE (140) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 9/24 at Evansville (189) Evansville, Ind. T 1-1 9/28 at Valparaiso (183) Valparaiso, Ind. L 2-3 OT 10/3 • at Morehead State (105) Morehead, Ky. W 4-0 10/5 • TENNESSEE TECH (150) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 10/10 • JACKSONVILLE STATE (110) LAKESIDE FIELD T 1-1 10/12 • SAMFORD (200) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/17 • at Murray State (103) Murray, Ky. W 4-1 10/19 • at UT Martin (102) Martin, Tenn. T 3-3 10/24 • at Southeast Missouri (247) Cape Girardeau, Mo. W 3-0 10/26 at DePaul (290) Chicago, Ill. L 1-2 OT 10/31 • AUSTIN PEAY LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 11/7 + vs Jacksonville State (134) Birmingham, Ala. W 1-0 11/9 + vs Samford (864) Birmingham, Ala. T 1-1 11/14 $ at Missouri (873) Columbia, Mo. L 0-1

2nd 28 18 2nd 176 166 2nd 70 69 2nd 69 48 2nd 126 98

OT 0 3 OT 12 20 OT 10 6 OT 6 9 OT 8 11

Sv PCT SHO 58 .806 3.9 77 .856 1.1 5 140 .838 5 151 .751 2

OT2 0 0 OT2 9 9 OT2 2 2 OT2 2 5 OT2 6 6

Total 50 27 Total 366 322 Total 140 151 Total 139 111 Total 257 197

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

LIESEN, A. Frericks, Liesen, Holcomb, A. Frericks, Dorfman Liesen, Bohnenstiehl, HOLCOMB, Walter Connell, Liesen, CONNELL LaRoche A. Frericks Liesen, Dix Bohnenstiehl, LIESEN, LaRoche LaRoche Liesen, Connell LIESEN, LaRoche, Liesen, LaRoche Connell, LIESEN Connell Liesen, WALTER, Walter Frericks, LIESEN, Connell, Walter Liesen, Liesen, Liesen LIESEN, A. Frericks, Liesen Liesen STUTZMAN, M. Frericks, Connell, Liesen CONNELL EIU Wins on PKs, 5-4 Regulation Goal: Liesen

HOME GAMES IN BOLD • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed) <> $ NCAA Tournament


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 46

2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS 13-6-2 Overall • 6-1-1 Ohio Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player GP -GS Shots SOG M. Steinhaus 21 -10 58 25 T. Walter 19 -14 38 19 S. Connell 21 -16 44 20 A. Frericks 21 -21 35 13 L. Langsfeld 21 -21 14 5 L. Keating 6 -6 9 5 R. Dorfman 21 -19 19 6 M. Frericks 21 -21 8 4 K. Hayes 21 -5 15 7 L. Goehler 19 -10 11 7 V. Garrison 19 -6 3 2 J. Bock 16 -0 2 2 K. Floyd 21 -1 17 6 A. Bohnenstiehl 21 -14 10 4 A. Dix 15 -0 6 1 L. Holcomb 21 -21 16 5 K. Garkie 20 -19 14 3 K. Brenner 12 -3 6 1 J. Riner 14 -2 4 0 L. Randall 13 -1 3 2 J. Nowak 7 -0 2 1 M. Ryon 17 -0 1 0 B. Brenner 7 -0 0 0 Team Eastern 21 335 139 Opponents 21 306 139

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

G A Pts GWG 7-1-1 Home • 5-5-1 Away • 1-0 Neutral 10 6 26 3 – GOALKEEPING – 9 5 23 3 GP -GS Min GA GAA Sv PCT SHO 6 3 15 2 Player T. Groene 21 -20 1772:21 26 1.32 98 .790 5 5 3 13 2 L. Dechert 7 -1 167:33 1 0.54 6 .857 0 1 3 5 1 Team 12 3 2 0 4 1 Eastern 21 1393:54 27 1.25 116 .811 8 0 4 4 0 Opponents 21 1939:57 39 1.81 106 .731 6 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 – TEAM TOTALS – 1 0 2 0 Goals 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1 0 2 0 Eastern Illinois 18 20 1 0 39 0 2 2 0 Opponents 12 15 0 0 27 0 2 2 0 Shots 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 2 2 0 Eastern Illinois 159 166 9 1 335 0 1 1 0 Opponents 146 150 4 6 306 0 0 0 0 Saves 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 62 51 2 1 116 0 0 0 0 Opponents 52 52 2 0 106 0 0 0 0 Corner Kicks 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 0 0 0 0 Eastern Illinois 61 63 4 1 129 0 0 0 0 Opponents 62 52 2 3 119 0 0 0 0 Fouls 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1 1 Eastern Illinois 88 131 1 2 222 39 32 110 13 Opponents 99 106 3 0 208 27 25 79 6

– RESULTS –

Site

Result

8/27 EVANSVILLE (140) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 8/29 at #2 Notre Dame (805) South Bend, Ind. L 0-3 9/3 at Nebraska (548) Lincoln, Neb. L 0-4 9/5 BOWLING GREEN (125) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 9/10 DEPAUL (250) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-2 9/12 at Indiana State (159) Terre Haute, Ind. W 3-1 9/18 ILLINOIS STATE (151) LAKESIDE FIELD L 1-3 9/24 • at Austin Peay (219) Clarksville, Tenn. W 2-0 9/26 • at Tennessee Tech (113) Cookeville, Tenn. T 2-2 10/1 • MOREHEAD STATE (104) LAKESIDE FIELD W 4-0 10/3 LOYOLA (133) LAKESIDE FIELD T 0-0 10/8 • at Jacksonville State (412) Jacksonville, Ala. L 0-1 10/10 • at Samford (243) Birmingham, Ala. W 1-0 10/15 • MURRAY STATE (313) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-0 10/17 • UT MARTIN (234) LAKESIDE FIELD W 3-1 10/22 • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (240) LAKESIDE FIELD W 2-1 OT 10/24 at Missouri State (212) Springfield, Mo. L 0-2 10/27 at Western Illinois (107) Macomb, Ill. W 5-1 11/5 + vs Murray State (141) Birmingham, Ala. W 4-0 11/7 + at Samford (711) Birmingham, Ala. W 3-2 11/12 $ at #4 Notre Dame (793) South Bend, Ind. L 0-4

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

A. FRERICKS, Steinhaus

WALTER, Steinhaus Keating, Watler, KEATING Walter, OWN GOAL, Walter Walter A. FRERICKS, Steinhaus A. Frericks, Connell CONNELL, Walter, Bock, Connell WALTER STEINHAUS, Steinhaus Connell, STEINHAUS, Hayes A. Frericks, STEINHAUS Steinhaus, LANGSFELD Garrison, Connell, Steinhaus WALTER, Walter, Steinhaus, Goehler A. Frericks, M. Frericks, CONNELL

HOME GAMES IN BOLD • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed) <> $ NCAA Tournament


47 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

2005 STATISTICS & RESULTS 9-10-2 Overall • 6-1-2 Ohio Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Shots SOG

G

A

Pts GWG

S. Connell

21 -21

47

20

5

4

14

3

T. Walter

21 -20

49

24

3

3

9

1

K. Hayes

21 -21

25

14

4

0

8

2

M. Steinhaus

16 -8

29

12

2

0

4

2

L. Langsfeld

21 -21

17

6

1

2

4

0

M. Frericks

21 -21

7

3

0

2

2

0

L. Wilkening

17 -1

2

0

0

1

1

0

A. Slota

20 -19

2

0

0

1

1

0

K. Garkie

15 -14

14

9

0

0

0

0

J. Riner

21 -9

11

2

0

0

0

0

K. Brenner

18 -5

10

2

0

0

0

0

L. Holcomb

21 -21

7

1

0

0

0

0

V. Garrison

11 -0

5

3

0

0

0

0

L. Keating

11 -2

4

1

0

0

0

0

P. Melinauskas 10 -0

3

0

0

0

0

0

M. Ryon

9 -0

1

1

0

0

0

0

L. Randall

7 -0

1

0

0

0

0

0

K. DeClark

12 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

J. Nowak

3 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Team

1

Eastern

21

254

111

18

14

50

9

Opponents

21

157

71

17

16

50

10

Date

8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/7 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/27 11/4 11/6

Opponent (Attendance)

5-4 Home • 3-6-2 Away • 1-0 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA T. Groene 21 -21 1931:00 17 0.79 J. Nowak 1 -0 9:21 0 0.00 Team Eastern 21 1940:21 17 0.79 Opponents 21 1940:21 18 0.83

Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

^ vs North Texas (103) El Paso, Texas ^ at UTEP (287) El Paso, Texas at DePaul (262) Chicago, Ill. at Loyola (150) Glenview, Ill.*** WESTERN ILLINOIS (114) LAKESIDE FIELD at Eastern Michigan (107) Ann Arbor, Mich.*** at Bowling Green (186) Bowling Green, Ohio INDIANA STATE (108) LAKESIDE FIELD at Evansville (194) Evansville, Ind. • at Southeast Missouri (257) Cape Girardeau, Mo. • TENNESSEE TECH (106) LAKESIDE FIELD • AUSTIN PEAY (138) LAKESIDE FIELD • at Eastern Kentucky (105) Richmond, Ky. • at Morehead State (221) Morehead, Ky. • SAMFORD (166) LAKESIDE FIELD • JACKSONVILLE STATE (189) LAKESIDE FIELD • at UT Martin (223) Martin, Tenn. • at Murray State (131) Murray, Ky. ILLINOIS STATE (122) LAKESIDE FIELD + SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (327) LAKESIDE FIELD + SAMFORD (567) LAKESIDE FIELD

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 12 6 1st 113 68 1st 28 32 1st 62 30 1st 140 134

Result W L L L L L L W L T W W W W L W W T L W L

2-0 0-4 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-2 OT 3-0 0-1 0-0 3-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 OT 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

2nd 5 10 2nd 135 83 2nd 22 57 2nd 56 26 2nd 102 99

OT 1 1 OT 5 6 OT 4 4 OT 1 0 OT 2 8

Sv PCT SHO 52 .754 9 1 1.000 0 1 1 54 .761 10 94 .839 10

OT2 0 0 OT2 1 0 OT2 0 1 OT2 2 0 OT2 3 3

Total 18 17 Total 254 157 Total 54 94 Total 121 56 Total 247 244

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

CONNELL, Hayes Connell

Connell WALTER, Langsfeld, Walter Hayes, FLOYD, Own Goal CONNELL HAYES, Floyd, Walter STEINHAUS STEINHAUS HAYES CONNELL

HOME GAMES IN BOLD <> ^ UTEP Miner Classic • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 2 seed) ***Games were played at nearby fields due to on-campus construction


2009 Eastern Illinois Women’s Soccer • 48

2006 STATISTICS & RESULTS 8-7-5 Overall • 4-1-4 Ohio Valley

– INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Shots SOG

G

A

Pts GWG

K. Floyd

20 -20

50

24

4

5

13

1

M. Steinhaus

20 -20

52

31

5

1

11

3

T. Walter

20 -20

41

16

3

2

8

1

A. Miller

20 -11

34

12

2

3

7

0

P. Melinauskas 10 -8

15

11

2

2

6

1

R. Hamilton

19 -4

10

5

2

0

4

1

L. Ridolfi

18 -1

11

5

1

1

3

0

K. Brenner

20 -16

8

3

1

0

2

0

A. Slota

18 -18

4

2

1

0

2

1

A. Brewer

20 -20

14

5

0

2

2

0

M. Gabris

18 -8

7

4

0

2

2

0

L. Wilkening

19 -17

8

5

0

1

1

0

K. DeClark

10 -0

3

2

0

1

1

0

M. Ryon

19 -13

0

0

0

1

1

0

K. Hayes

14 -12

12

2

0

0

0

0

J. Bock

17 -9

11

6

0

0

0

0

K. Kraus

9 -2

5

2

0

0

0

0

V. Garrison

17 -1

1

0

0

0

0

0

S. Kohen

18 -1

1

1

0

0

0

0

A. Bohnenstiehl 6 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

C. Shear

4 -0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Eastern

20

287

136

21

21

63

8

Opponents

20

235

98

21

21

63

7

Date

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/26 10/31 11/3

Opponent (Attendance)

at Western Illinois (182) at Indiana State (190) DEPAUL (123) LOYOLA (169) EASTERN MICHIGAN (132) BOWLING GREEN (144) at Wright State (483) at Missouri State (163) • UT MARTIN (114) • MURRAY STATE (142) • SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (133) • at Tennessee Tech (163) • at Austin Peay (150) • EASTERN KENTUCKY (113) • MOREHEAD STATE (121) • at Samford (509) • at Jacksonville State (294) at Illinois State (172) + UT MARTIN (113) + vs Morehead State (103)

5-2-3 Home • 3-4-2 Away • 0-1 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING –

Player GP -GS Min GA GAA J. Williams 19 -19 1842:48 19 0.93 K. Floyd 2 -1 46:31 1 1.93 A. Miller 1 -0 30:37 1 2.94 A. Bohenstiehl 1 -0 14:23 0 0.00 Team Eastern 20 1934:19 21 0.98 Opponents 20 1934:19 21 0.98 Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

Macomb, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Dayton, Ohio Springfield, Mo. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Cookeville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. LAKESIDE FIELD LAKESIDE FIELD Birmingham, Ala. Jacksonville, Ala. Normal, Ill. LAKESIDE FIELD Birmingham, Ala.

– TEAM TOTALS – 1st 8 13 1st 129 108 1st 39 54 1st 49 27 1st 102 111

Result L W T W L L L L W T W T T W T L W W W L

0-1 3-2 1-1 2-1 OT 0-2 0-2 2-4 0-2 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-2 OT 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

2nd 12 7 2nd 133 109 2nd 34 50 2nd 51 34 2nd 109 129

OT 0 0 OT 10 10 OT 1 4 OT 3 4 OT 11 11

Sv PCT SHO 73 .793 7 0 .000 0 1 .500 0 0 –– 0 3 77 .786 7 115 .846 7

OT2 1 1 OT2 15 8 OT2 3 7 OT2 6 0 OT2 6 13

Total 21 21 Total 287 235 Total 77 115 Total 109 65 Total 228 264

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER) Miller, Brenner, STEINHAUS Steinhaus Floyd, HAMILTON Walter, Hamilton STEINHAUS Miller Floyd, FLOYD Ridolfi MELINAUSKAS, Floyd, Walter Steinhaus WALTER, Melinauskas STEINHAUS SLOTA

HOME GAMES IN BOLD • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 3 seed)


49 • Panther Soccer: The OVC’s Premier Program

2007 STATISTICS & RESULTS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING –

Player

GP -GS Min Shots SOG G A Pts GWG

M. Steinhaus 20 -18 1277

46

26

8

0

16

3

A. Miller

20 -18 1278

26

9

4

6

14

1

R. Hamilton

20 -19 1194

30

13

2

5

9

0

K. Floyd

20 -20 1618

31

16

3

1

7

2

K. Hayes

19 -19 1614

23

8

2

1

5

1

P. Melinauskas 19 -1

497

14

7

2

1

5

0

A. Slota

20 -20 1753

7

3

1

2

4

1

S. Rusk

16 -4

564

10

4

1

1

3

0

A. Ziemba

14 -2

433

8

5

1

1

3

0

K. Sullivan

16 -1

406

6

3

1

1

3

0

L. Wilkening

19 -18 1469

3

2

0

2

2

0

M. Ryon

19- 15 1378

2

1

0

2

2

0

10

5

0

1

1

0

C. Eisenhauer 17 -12

959

D. Flynn

13 -2

274

2

0

0

1

1

0

S. Kohen

6 -0

58

3

1

0

1

1

0

J. Bock

20 -10 1149

10

3

0

0

0

0

K. Brenner

15 -11 1029

9

3

0

0

0

0

S. Somers

12 -4

298

2

0

0

0

0

0

L. Ridolfi

15 -1

287

1

1

0

0

0

0

C. Shear

11 -2

284

1

0

0

0

0

0

A. Brewer

7 -3

301

0

0

0

0

0

0

R. Holcomb

9 -0

92

0

0

0

0

0

0

M. Faller

8 -0

76

2

2

0

0

0

0

Eastern

20

246

113

26 26 78

8

Opponents

20

285

114

28 30 86

11

Date

8/31 9/2 9/5 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 10/31 11/6 11/9

Opponent (Attendance)

at Eastern Michigan (148) at Bowling Green (231) INDIANA STATE (124) at #23 Missouri (589) BALL STATE (149) WESTERN KENTUCKY (162) WESTERN ILLINOIS (215) at Loyola (166) • at Eastern Kentucky (128) • at Morehead State (214) • TENNESSEE TECH (129) • AUSTIN PEAY (248) • at Southeast Missouri (322) • at UT Martin (212) • at Murray State (257) • SAMFORD (113) • JACKSONVILLE STATE (245) ILLINOIS STATE (124) + at Murray State (200) + vs Samford (150)

8-11-1 Overall • 4-1-4 Ohio Valley 5-3-1 Home • 3-7 Away • 0-1 Neutral

– GOALKEEPING – Player GP -GS Min GA GAA J. Williams 17 -17 1422:39 21 1.33 K. Lorbert 8 -3 407:55 7 1.54 Team Eastern 20 1830:34 28 1.38 Opponents 20 1830:34 26 1.28

– TEAM TOTALS – Goals Eastern Illinois Opponents Shots Eastern Illinois Opponents Saves Eastern Illinois Opponents Corner Kicks Eastern Illinois Opponents Fouls Eastern Illinois Opponents

– RESULTS –

Site

Sv PCT SHO 63 .750 5 20 .741 0 3 1 86 .754 6 87 .770 6

1st 12 15 1st 113 129 1st 43 41 1st 49 43 1st 87 110

Result

Ypsilanti, Mich. W Bowling Greeh, Ohio L LAKESIDE FIELD W Columbia, Mo. L LAKESIDE FIELD W LAKESIDE FIELD L LAKESIDE FIELD T Chicago, Ill. L Richmond, Ky. W Morehead, Ky. L LAKESIDE FIELD W LAKESIDE FIELD W Cape Girardeau, Mo. L Martin, Tenn. L Murray, Ky. L LAKESIDE FIELD L LAKESIDE FIELD W LAKESIDE FIELD L Murray, Ky. W Cape Girardeau, Mo. L

3-1 1-2 3-0 0-3 1-0 1-3 2-2 0-2 2-0 0-2 3-0 2-0 2-4 1-2 OT 0-1 1-3 2-0 0-1 2-1 OT 0-1

2nd 13 12 2nd 128 150 2nd 42 45 2nd 55 48 2nd 121 148

OT 1 1 OT 5 4 OT 0 1 OT 1 3 OT 3 5

OT2 0 0 OT2 0 2 OT2 1 0 OT2 1 0 OT2 1 2

Total 26 28 Total 246 285 Total 86 87 Total 106 94 Total 212 265

EIU Goals (GAME-WINNER)

Steinhaus, STEINHAUS, Hamilton Miller FLOYD, Floyd, Ziemba HAYES Steinhaus Hamilton, Hayes FLOYD, Steinhaus SLOTA, Sullivan, Melinauskas STEINHAUS, Miller Miller, Steinhaus Rusk Own Goal STEINHAUS, Steinhaus Melinauskas, MILLER

HOME GAMES IN BOLD • Ohio Valley Conference match <> + Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (No. 6 seed)


2009 EIU Women's Soccer Media Guide