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OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

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The Panthers have won a total of seven Ohio Valley Conference Titles. No other team in the conference has as many championships as Eastern Illinois.

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Eastern Illinois has advanced to four NCAA Tournaments, the most by any women’s soccer program in the Ohio Valley Conference.


OVC COMMISSIONER’S CUP EIU won the OVC Commissioner’s Cup for the 2012-13 school year, marking the third Cup title for the Panthers under the new format which began five years ago. The award is a symbol of overall athletic excellence in Conference-sponsored championships. Since the new format was adopted five years ago, the Panthers have won three of the five OVC Commissioner’s Cups while placing second the other two years. EIU won in championship in 2009-10, 2010-11 and 201213.


Hanna Mennenga

OVC Pitcher of the Year

Joe Greenfield

Major League Baseball Draftee

Mick Viken

NCAA Outdoor Championship, 12th Place Finish

Erik Lora

OVC Player of the Year OVC Male Athlete of the Year

Jade Riebold

NCAA Indoor Championship, National Runner-Up

Ta’Kenya Nixon

First-Team All-OVC EIU All-Time Scoring Leader

EIU IN 2012-13 4 - OVC Coaches of the Year

4 - National Postseason Appearances

59 - All-Conference Athletes

6 - OVC Team Conference Titles

150 - Academic All-Conference Athletes

4 - All Americans


Tony Romo Quarterback Dallas Cowboys

NOTABLE ALUMNI

Sean Payton Head Coach New Orleans Saints

Mike Shanahan Head Coach Washington Redskins


Dan Steele USA Olympian - Bobsled Bronze Medalist - 2012 Olympics

Schellas Hyndman

Matt Hughes

UFC World Champion

John Craft

Head Coach FC Dallas

USA Olympian - Triple Jump 1972 Olympics

Kevin Duckworth

Marty Pattin

Two-Time NBA All-Star

MLB All-Star

EIU NOTABLE ALUMNI Eastern Illinois University has produced countless professional athletes ranging from Major League Baseball to the National Football League and the National Basketball Association. A number of former Panther athletes have even been decorated Olympians. For a complete listing of former Panthers who have played or are currently playing professionally, visit www. eiupanthers.com


THIS IS EASTERN ILLINOIS


WE ARE PANTHERS

Senior Captain - D Caitlin Greene

Junior Captain - MF/F Meagan Radloff

Junior Captain - D Allie Lakie


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EIU opens the 2013 season on Aug. 23 against Oakland.

2013 SEASON PREVIEW Quick Facts Schedule Preview Team Photos Roster COACHING STAFF Head coach Jason Cherry Assistant coach Tony Castelon Support Staff STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES Returners Newcomers 2012 IN REVIEW Review Statistics Results CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION Program highlights Prolific players Championship teams RECORD BOOK Award winners Coaching history Miscellaneous records Individual career records

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Individual season records Team season records All-time roster Series history vs opponents Year-by-year results All-time standings TV/Radio Chart

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Credits The 2013 Eastern Illinois women’s soccer media guide is a product of the Panther athletic media services department under the supervision of associate athletics director for media and public relations, Rich Moser. The soccer media guide was designed and edited by assistant sports information director Greg Lautzenheiser. Additional assistance provided by athletics photographer/graphic designer Sandy King. Photo credits and cover design by Sandy King. Individuals on the front cover include seniors Caitlin Greene (7) and Brenna Vogel (10).

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2013 SCHEDULE AUGUST 23............OAKLAND......................................... 3 P.M. 25............ at Northern Illinois...............................1 p.m. 30............ vs Northern Iowa %..............................2 p.m. SEPTEMBER 1.............. at Green Bay %.....................................2 p.m. 6.............. at Ball State.....................................4:30 p.m. 13............ at Missouri......................................6:30 p.m. 15............LOYOLA (IL)...............................10:30 A.M. 20............DRAKE���������������������������������������� 3:30 P.M. 22............ at Valparaiso........................................1 p.m. 27............ at Belmont *........................................4 p.m. 29............TENNESSEE TECH *......................... NOON OCTOBER 4.............MOREHEAD STATE *........................ 3 P.M. 6.............EASTERN KENTUCKY *..................... 1 P.M. 11............ at Austin Peay *...................................7 p.m. 13............ at Murray State *.................................1 p.m. 18............JACKSONVILLE STATE *.................... 3 P.M. 25............ at UT Martin *......................................7 p.m. 27............ at Southeast Missouri *.......................1 p.m. NOVEMBER 3.............SIU EDWARDSVILLE *...................... 2 P.M. 7-10......... OVC Tournament......................................TBA All Times Central and subject to change Home matches listed in BOLD CAPS * Ohio Valley Conference match % Green Bay Tournament (Green Bay, Wis.)

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location.................... Charleston, Ill. (21,000) Year Founded......................................... 1895 Enrollment.......................................... 10,417 Nickname........................................ Panthers School Colors.............................. Blue & Gray Affiliation...............................NCAA Division I Conference.................................. Ohio Valley President.............................Dr. William Perry Director of Athletics................Barbara Burke Athletics Phone....................... 217-581-6014 COACHING STAFF Head Coach............................... Jason Cherry Alma Mater, Year.........Western Illinois, 2011 Record at EIU (Yr.)............................. 0-0 (1st) Career Record........................................Same Assistant Coach (Yr.)........ Tony Castelon (1st) WSOC Office Phone................. 217-581-8321 Athletic Trainer.........................Brandon Platt Phone...................................... 217-581-5915

TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Overall Record............................ 6-12-1 Conference Record/Finish.............. 4-5-1/7th Letterwinners Returning/Lost................14/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................ 6/5 Newcomers............................................... 12 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field.............................. Lakeside Field Surface...................................................Grass Capacity................................................ 1,000 Pressbox Phone....................... 419-605-8512 SPORTS INFORMATION Women’s Soccer SID........Greg Lautzenheiser Office Phone............................ 217-581-7020 Cell Phone............................... 419-605-8512 E-Mail..................... glautzenheiser@eiu.edu Website.............................. eiupanthers.com Twitter.....................................@eiupanthers Facebook................. Eastern Illinois Panthers

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Brenna Vogel Senior Defender

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Allie Lakie Junior Defender

Caitlin Greene Senior Defender


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Sophomore Forward Hannah Miller

MILLER NAMED TO PRESEASON ALL-OVC TEAM Panther women’s soccer player Hannah Miller was named to the Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference Second Team by College Sports Madness.

CHERRY NAMED INTERIM HEAD COACH A year after completing his first season as an assistant coach with the women’s soccer program, Jason Cherry was named the interim head coach on Aug. 1 by EIU Director of Athletics, Barbara Burke.

The sophomore forward had two goals and one assist last season, earning All-OVC Newcomer Team honors. The Fishers, Ind., native looks to fill a void left on offense with the graduation of four-time all-conference selection Kristin Germann who led the team in scoring a year ago with eight goals and one assist.

The South Bend, Ind., native has nearly 10 years of collegiate coaching experience in addition to over 10 years of experience at the club and high school level.

PANTHERS PICKED NINTH IN PRESEASON OVC POLL The Panther women’s soccer team was picked to finish ninth in the Ohio Valley Conference Preseason Poll as selected by conference head coaches and sports information directors.

“I look forward to seeing the progress and hard work our young team put in during the offseason come fruition on the playing field this fall. Despite the slow start to the 2012 season, we want to build on the success we had towards the end of the year (went 4-3-1 in last eight matches).”

UT Martin earned 18, first-place votes and was tabbed to win the conference while the remaining four, first-place votes went to Austin Peay who was selected to finish second.

CASTELON NAMED ASSISTANT COACH Tony Castelon was named assistant women’s soccer coach on Aug. 1. He most recently served as a faculty member and coaching ambassador for the United States Sports Academy, working in six regions throughout Southeast Asia. Prior to working overseas, Castelon served as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Western Illinois (2010-11). 2013 SCHEDULE The Panthers have a nine-game nonconference schedule, beginning with the home opener on Aug. 23 against Oakland. All told, EIU’s nine non-conference foes posted an 84-68-24 record last season with a .545 winning percentage. The Panthers will face a total of three teams that advanced to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, including the defending-OVC champions, UT Martin. Following the season opener, EIU hits the road for five consecutive matches. The Panthers travel to Northern Illinois (Aug. 25) before participating in the Green Bay Tournament (Aug. 30 – Sept. 1) where they will face Northern Iowa and Green Bay. EIU concludes the road trip at Ball State (Sept. 6) and at Missouri (Sept. 13).

- Head Coach Jason Cherry

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 SCHEDULE (CONTINUED) Other non-conference matches include traveling to Valparaiso (Sept. 22) and playing host to Loyola (Sept. 15) and Drake (Sept. 20). EIU opens Ohio Valley Conference action at Belmont on Sept. 27. The Panthers will also have road conference contests at Austin Peay (Oct. 11), at Murray State (Oct. 13), at UT Martin (Oct. 25) and at Southeast Missouri (Oct. 27). The home portion of the Panthers conference schedule begins on Sept. 29 against Tennessee Tech. Other home OVC matches include playing host to Morehead State (Oct. 4), Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 6), Jacksonville State (Oct. 18) and SIUE (Nov. 3). The conference tournament will be played on Nov. 7-10 at the school that captures the regular-season title. LOOKING TO BUILD ON 2012 STRONG FINISH Despite starting the 2012 season with a 2-9 record, the Panthers concluded the season with a 4-3-1 record. EIU returns 14 letterwinners from last year’s team and six starters. The Panthers also did well in overtime matches in 2012, posting a 4-2-1 record in those matches.

Junior Midfielder Meagan Radloff

“We worked hard on our fitness level in the offseason and I expect us to be more competitive out of the gates this season. Our seven upperclassmen have proved to be great leaders over the summer to our 21 underclassmen and we need that to continue for us to be successful this fall.”

- Head Coach Jason Cherry

RETURNERS Hannah Miller highlights a group of returners as she was named to the All-OVC Newcomer Team last season. The sophomore forward had two goals and one assist last year. The Panthers also return 42 percent of their offensive from a year ago. Junior Allie Lakie tied for the team lead in assists with three while fellow captain, senior defender Caitilin Greene, scored two goals and had one assist. All told, 10 players who played over 700 minutes last season return for the 2013 campaign. NEWCOMERS The Panthers have a total of 12 newcomers for the upcoming season, including three transfer student-athletes. Two of the transfers are Cortney Jerzy and Kylie Morgan, the younger sister of former Panthers Jessie Morgan (2009-12), who will both compete for playing time between the pipes. EIU also added Chris Reed who transferred from the University of Cincinnati and will play as a forward. The Panthers have nine true freshmen that include: five forwards, two defenders, one midfielder and one goalkeeper. Four of the true freshmen are from Indiana while two are from Illinois and Wisconsin and one is from Canada.

Senior Defender Caitlin Greene

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PANTHERS Kneeling (L-R): Jessica Kiely, Kylie Morgan, Emily Hinton and Cortney Jerzy... Front Row Standing (L-R): Head Coach Jason Cherry, Assistant Coach Tony Castelon, Allie Lakie, Madison Kloster, Hannah Miller, Karlee Deacon, Lauren Rusk, Brenna Vogel, Lauren Hoppensteadt, Meagan Radloff, Molly Hawkins, Briana Hickman, Lindsey Marino, Chris Reed, Assistant Strength Coach Troy Williams and Athletic Trainer Bradon Platt... Standing Top Row (L-R): Kylie Ness, Bailey Rosales, Emily Wolf, Gabby Charles, Randi Dukes, Samantha Roumayah, Kathleen MacKinnon, Madison Carter, Kayla Thompson, Paige DeThorne, Caitlin Greene and Bianca Navejas.

PANTHER

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(L-R): Caitlin Greene, Brenna Vogel and Lauren Hoppensteadt* (redshirt-junior)

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Junior Class (L-R): Lauren Rusk, Meagan Radloff, Allie Laike, Madison Carter and Chris Reed

Sophomore Class (L-R): Samantha Roumayah, Paige DeThorne, Karlee Deacon, Molly Hawkins, Kylie Morgan, Cortney Jerzy, Emily Hinton, Hannah Miller, Lindsey Marino, Briana Hickman and Bianca Navejas

Freshmen Class (L-R): Jessica Kiely, Madison Kloster, Kathleen MacKinnon, Kylie Ness, Emily Wolf, Randi Dukes, Bailey Rosales, Kayla Thompson and Gabby Charles

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2013 ROSTER

Roster Breakdown

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 30

Name Kylie Morgan Emily Hinton Cortney Jerzy Madison Carter Madison Kloster Briana Hickman Randi Dukes Allie Lakie Caitlin Greene Kayla Thompson Karlee Deacon Brenna Vogel Gabby Charles Molly Hawkins Paige DeThorne Hannah Miller Bailey Rosales Lauren Rusk Kathleen MacKinnon Lindsey Marino Lauren Hoppensteadt Samantha Roumayah Meagan Radloff Chris Reed Kylie Ness Bianca Navejas Emily Wolf Jessica Kiely

By Class Pos. GK GK GK F MF/F D MF D D F D/MF D MF/F F/M D F MF/F D/F F D D/MF MF MF/F F D MF D GK

Ht. 5-6 5-4 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-1 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-10 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-11

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

Hometown (Previous School) Aurora, Ill. (University of Kentucky) Perry, Ohio (Perry HS) Homer Glen, Ill. (St. Xavier University) Lawrenceburg, Ky. (Anderson County HS) Fort Wayne, Ind. (Homestead HS) Springfield, Ill. (Springfield HS) Evansville, Ind. (Evansville Central HS) Homer Glen, Ill. (Lockport Township HS) Freeport, Ill. (Freeport) Mahomet, Ill. (Mahomet Seymour HS) Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary’s HS) Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley HS) Wausau, Wis. (Wausau East HS) Evansville, Ind. (Evansville North HS) Kenosha, Wis. (Tremper HS) Fishers, Ind. (Southeastern HS) Bedford, Ind. (Bedford North HS) Woodridge, Ill. (Downers Grove South HS) Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada (Dartmouth HS) St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell HS) Oswego, Ill. (Oswego East HS) Farmington Hills, Mich. (North Farmington HS) West Chicago, Ill. (West Chicago Community HS) Mokena, Ill. (University of Cincinnati) Seymour, Wis. (Notre Dame Academy HS) West Chicago, Ill. (West Chicago Community HS) Carmel, Ind. (Carmel HS) Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton North HS)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Head Coach: Jason Cherry (Western Illinois, 2011) 2nd season at EIU (1st as Head Coach) Career head coaching record: 0-0

#6 - Allie LAKIE................................................... LAKE-e #7 - Caitlin GREENE............................................. Green #19 - Lauren HOPPENSTEADT...................Hop-IN-staut #20 - Samantha ROUMAYAH.....................Row-MY-UH #24 - Bianca NAVEJAS............................. NUH-vay-HAS #3 - Madison KLOSTER...............KLOSTER (like coaster)

SUPPORT STAFF

Sophomores (11) Emily Hinton Cortney Jerzy Briana Hickman Karlee Deacon Molly Hawkins Hannah Miller Lauren Rusk Lindsey Marino Samantha Roumayah Chris Reed Bianca Navejas Juniors (4) Madison Carter Allie Lakie Lauren Hoppensteadt Meagan Radloff Seniors (2) Caitlin Greene Brenna Vogel

COACHING STAFF

Assistant Coach: Tony Castelon (Southern Illinois, 2005) 1st season at EIU

Freshmen (11) Madison Kloster Randi Dukes Kayla Thompson Gabby Charles Paige DeThorne Bailey Rosales Kathleen MacKinnon Kylie Ness Emily Wolf Kylie Morgan Jessica Kiely

By State/Country Illinois (13) Indiana (6) Wisconsin (3) Kentucky (1) Michigan (1) Missouri (1) Ohio (1) International (2)

Athletic Trainer: Brandon Platt (Franklin College, 2010) Strength Coach: Troy Williams (Albany State, 2007)

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Tony Castelon Assistant Coach

Jason Cherry Head Coach


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Jason Cherry enters his second season at EIU in 2013 and his first season as head coach. ason Cherry joined the Eastern Illinois women’s soccer program in the capacity as assistant coach in May of 2012. On Aug. 1, EIU Director of Athletics Barbara Burke announced the hiring of Cherry as interim head coach for the 2013 season.

During the 2011 season, Cherry was an assistant coach at East Carolina and helped the Pirates post an 11-8-1 overall record and advance to the Conference USA Tournament Semifinals after being absent from the tournament since 2008. Print to ECU, he was the top assistant coach at Western Illinois from 2008-11. Cherry assisted WIU to a 26-22-9 overall record in three seasons including a 15-9-2 mark in conference action. In 2010, he coached goalkeeper Laura Atkinson to Summit League First Team honors while helping the Fighting Leathernecks post a 0.84 goals against average – the second lowest in WIU single-season history. The 2010 squad also posted nine shutouts, tied for the most in school history. From 2005-08, Cherry served as the associate head men’s soccer coach at Bethel College. As the goalkeeper coach, he assisted the team to 35-21-12 overall record and a Mid-Central College Conference Regular-Season and Tournament Title in 2005. Bethel also advanced to the NAIA National Tournament in 2005 and 2006 with Cherry on the staff. Cherry has also coached at the club level, working as the head club coach for the Junior Irish Soccer Club (2002-08) in South Bend, Ind., and the head club coach for the Indiana Invaders FC (2005). He also has 10 years of experience at the high school level as he was an assistant coach/goalkeepers coach at Penn High School and Clay High School.

THE CHERRY FILE Head Coach Eastern Illinois............................. 2013-pres. Assistant Coach Eastern Illinois...................................... 2012 East Carolina......................................... 2011 Western Illinois................................ 2008-11 Associate Head Men’s Soccer Coach Bethel College................................. 2005-08 Head Coach Junior Irish Soccer Club................... 2002-08 Indiana Invaders................................... 2005 Playing Experience Goshen College................................ 1993-94 Hometown South Bend, Ind. Education BS in General Studies, WIU - 2011

Cherry played collegiately at Goshen College (NAIA) from 1993-94. The South Bend, Ind., native earned a bachelor’s degree in general studies from Western Illinois in the spring of 2011.

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Tony Castelon enters his first season as assistant soccer coach at EIU. ony Castelon was hired as the assistant women’s soccer coach in August of 2013. He will assist in all areas of the program from facilitating practices, coordinating team travel and recruiting.

“Tony brings an array of sport management experiences to our program in addition to his coaching skills,” said Eastern Illinois interim head coach Jason Cherry. “Not only will the team benefit from his positive attitude and knowledge of the game, but also his background in academic advising/teaching.” Castelon most recently served as a faculty member and coaching ambassador for the United State Sports Academy, working in six regions throughout Southeast Asia. He taught six higher education courses, trained physical education teachers and assisted in developing improvements to physical education with the Malaysian Ministry of Education.

THE CASTELON FILE Assistant Coach Western Illinois................................ 2010-11 Hometown Springfield, Ill. Education BS in Business Management, SIU - 2005 MS in Sport Management, WIU - 2010

Prior to working overseas, Castelon served as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Western Illinois (2010-11). He assisted in the day-today operations of the program, organized practice plans and served as the team’s academic coordinator. From 2008-09, he served as the marketing and event management graduate assistant in the WIU athletic department. He oversaw game operations for all home events while assisting with in-game promotions and ticket sales. Castelon has also worked with the Springfield Public School District in its Avid Educational Program (2011-12) and Walt Disney’s Wide World of Sports (2004, 2007). He is also an active volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and Big Brothers Big Sisters. The Springfield, Ill., native holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Southern Illinois and a master’s degree in sport management from Western Illinois.

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Assistant Athletic Trainer | 1st Year at EIU

Brandon Platt joined the Eastern Illinois Athletic Training staff in the spring of 2013. Platt serves as the athletic trainer for the Panther baseball and women’s soccer teams. Prior to joining the staff at EIU, Platt was the head athletic trainer at Purdue University-Calumet providing coverage for all ten intercollegiate sports. Originally from Munster, Ind., Platt earned his undergraduate degree from Franklin College where he was a three-year member of the baseball program. He earned a master’s degree from Georgia where he was the athletic trainer for the softball program as the Bulldogs advanced to two Super Regionals. In addition to his collegiate athletic training experiences, Platt served one season as an athletic training intern for the Indianapolis Indians, the Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Troy Williams enters his second season on the Panther strength and conditioning staff, working directly with the men’s basketball, women’s soccer and women’s rugby programs. He also assists in covering football. Prior to coming to Charleston, he spent two seasons at Truman State as the linebackers coach and football strength and conditioning coach. Williams was a graduate assistant football coach and strength and condition intern at Central Missouri before Truman State. Williams played football at Albany State (GA) from 2002-06, helping the team win four consecutive conference titles and make three consecutive NCAA Division II playoff appearances. Williams holds two bachelor’s degrees from Albany State, one in recreation and one in heath and physical education. He also holds a master’s degree in physical education and exercise and sports sciences from Central Missouri.

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Briana Hickman Sophomore Midfielder

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5-6 | Junior | Forward | Lawrenceburg, Ky. (Anderson County HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 18 matches, making two starts… made her first career start at Jacksonville State on Sept. 28… scored her first career goal in the Panthers 2-1 win at Evansville on Sept. 7… played in a season-high 60 minutes at Butler on Sept. 14. FRESHMAN (2011): Played in 16 matches… logged 331 minutes coming off the bench during her freshman season… took three shots (one on goal)… played in a season-high 55 minutes at Missouri on Aug. 21. HIGH SCHOOL: Was selected to the all-district team from 2008-09 in addition to be named to the all-region team from 2008-10… assisted in helping Anderson County High School to a regional championship in 2010… named to the all-regional tournament team from 2009-10… selected to the all-conference first team in 2009… named to the all-state honorable mention team in 2008, 2009 and 2010… was on the Kentucky Olympic Development Program from 2007-10… finished her career ranked third in career scoring and fifth in career assists at Anderson County HS… selected to the academic all-conference honorable mention team from 2008-10… also participated in basketball and track… finished her high school career as the school’s record holder in the 400-meter dash... coached by Jason Earnest. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jim and Karen Carter… majoring in corporate communication.

Career Statistics Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

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GP 16 18 34

Min. 331 506 837

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots 0 3 2 1 2 4

Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att .000 1 .333 0 0-0 1.000 1 1.000 0 0-0 .250 2 .500 0 0-0

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5-8 | Sophomore | Defender/Midfielder | Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary’s HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making 11 starts… made her first career start at Purdue on Aug. 19… took six shots (one on goal) during the season… logged a season-high 107 minutes at home versus Southeast Missouri on Oct. 7. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped her high school team capture the District 8 Championship three times… helped team to a silver medal a the CWOSSA Tournament in 2012… guided team to a bronze medal at the OFFSA Tournament in 2011… served as team captain in 2011 and 2012… participated in Ontario’s Skills Competition… led club team to a league title in 2010… helped club team post an 18-0 record in 2009… competed in the Ontario Youth Soccer League for four years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rick and Laurie Deacon… majoring in exercise science.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 19 19

Min. 947 947

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0-0 0 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0-0

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5-6 | Senior | Defender | Freeport, Ill. (Freeport HS)

2010 OVC Newcomer Team Selection 2010, 2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

JUNIOR (2012): Played and started in all 19 matches… logged a team-high 1,621 minutes… had two goals and one assist… took 12 shots (nine on goal)… played in a season-high 107 minutes against SEMO on Oct. 7… scored a goal at Purdue (Aug. 19) and against Northern Iowa (Aug. 24). SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in eight matches… logged 142 minutes on the year… did not take a shot as a defender… played in a season-high 27 minutes at Austin Peay on Oct. 23. FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 18 matches, making 15 starts… logged 1,020 minutes on the year… had one assist… took eight shots, including six shots on goal… tallied her first career assist on Oct. 10 against Eastern Kentucky… played in a season-high 110 minutes at Green Bay on Sept. 3... selected to the OVC Newcomer Team. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year varsity starter in soccer… also lettered four times in volleyball and three times in basketball… earned Northern Illinois 10 Conference accolades in soccer three times… was also selected as the conference’s player of the year during senior season… earned IHSSCA All-State honors as a senior… was named to the all-sectional team in 2007 and 2008 in soccer… also earned all-conference honors in volleyball and basketball… played for the Rockford Raptors/Dactyls club teams… was student council president as a senior… was also class president from 2006-08… played for Nick Namio. PERSONAL: Daughter of Alan and Catherine Greene… father ran track and cross country at the University of Iowa… mother was on the swim team at the University of Iowa… majoring in biological sciences/pre-medicine.

Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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GP 18 8 19 45

Min. 1020 142 1621 2783

G 0 0 2 2

A 1 0 1 2

Pts Shots 1 8 0 0 5 12 6 20

Shot% SOG .000 6 .000 0 .167 9 . 1 0 0 15

SOG% GW PK-Att .750 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .750 0 0-0 .750 0 0-0

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5-7 | Sophomore | Forward/Midfielder | Evansville, Ind. (Evansville North HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making seven starts… logged 743 minutes… had one assist, coming against Austin Peay on Oct. 12… recorded 17 shots (five on goal)… made her first career start at Evansville on Sept. 7... played a season-high 81 minutes against Belmont on Oct. 26. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-conference and all city honors as a senior… also earned academic all-city honors… participated in the North vs. South All-Star Game… was an ISCA Top-Team Player… helped high school team win back-to-back sectional titles and regional appearances. PERSONAL: Daughter of Brent and Jennifer Hawkins… majoring in psychology.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 19 19

Min. 725 725

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 1 17 . 0 0 0 5 .294 0 0-0 1 1 17 . 0 0 0 5 .294 0 0-0

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5-6 | Sophomore | Defender | Springfield, Ill. (Springfield HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making 15 starts… logged 1,397 minutes – the third most on the team and most minutes by a freshman… played in a season-high 97 minutes versus SEMO on Oct. 7… made her first career start at Iowa on Aug. 17… took six shots (three on goal) during the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-CS8 Conference honors… also earned academic all-conference accolades… served as team captain as a junior and senior… scored 19 goals during her senior season… helped her team win a regional title and advance to the sectional finals… named to the allsectional honorable mention team… was a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Daughter of Terrence and Stephani Hickman… majoring in accounting.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 19 19

Min. 1357 1357

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0

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LAUREN

HOPPENSTEADT u u

5-10 | R-Junior | Defender/Midfielder | Oswego, Ill. (Oswego East HS)

2010, 2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

JUNIOR (2012): Played in one match, logging 23 minutes at Butler on Sept. 14… took a medical redshirt after suffering an injury. SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in 17 matches, making six starts… scored one goal on the year, her first career goal, at IUPUI on Sept. 2… logged 669 minutes on the year… took four shots (two on goal). FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 21 matches, making 10 starts… logged 1,223 minutes on the year… took 19 shots, including seven shots on goal… had one assist… posted her first career assist in the first match of the season against IUPUI on Aug. 20… played in a season-high 100 minutes at Green Bay on Sept. 3. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year varsity starter in soccer… also played varsity basketball… earned Southwest Prairie Conference honors as a junior and senior… led the team in scoring as a senior… named to the 2010 Chicago Red Stars Academic Honorable Mention Team… earned IHSSCA Sectional accolades and Aurora Beacon News all-area honors as a junior… played for the Kickers club team… helped club team win Illinois club team titles in 2008 and 2009… was a four-year honor roll student… played for Lauren Anderson. PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom and Debbie Hoppensteadt… majoring in communication disorders and sciences.

Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

GP 21 17 1 39

Min. 1223 669 23 1915

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 0 0 1

Pts Shots 1 19 2 4 0 0 3 23

Shot% SOG .000 7 .250 2 .000 0 .043 9

SOG% GW PK-Att .368 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .391 0 0-0

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ALLIE

LAKIE u u

5-7 | Junior | Defender | Homer Glen, Ill. (Lockport Township HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 19 matches, making nine starts… logged 1,042 minutes… was tied for first on the squad in assists with three… took 14 shots (seven on goal)… played a season-high 110 minutes against Morehead State on Oct. 19. FRESHMAN (2011): Played in six matches during her freshman season… logged 88 minutes… did not record any shots… played in a seasonhigh 45 minutes in the Panthers 2-0 home win over Jacksonville State on Sept. 25. HIGH SCHOOL: Was selected as the captain of her club team, Chicago International… led her club team in assists the past two seasons and helped the club earn a top-3 ranking in the state of Illinois… was a member of the National Honor Society and Student Athlete Leaders for School… was also a member of the varsity cross country team during her freshman and sophomore campaigns… coached by Sena Halilovic. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rick and Jen Lakie… sister Erin participated in cross country and track and field at DePaul University from 2008-12… majoring in pre-physical therapy.

Career Statistics Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

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GP 6 19 25

Min. 88 977 1065

G 0 0 0

A 0 3 3

Pts Shots 0 0 3 14 3 14

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 7 .000 7

SOG% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0

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LINDSEY

MARINO u u

5-8 | Sophomore | Defender | St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 16 matches… logged 411 minutes… took one shot, coming against Cleveland State on Aug. 26… played a seasonhigh 60 minutes at Butler on Sept. 14. HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the All-GAC Conference First Team… also earned all-conference academic honors… helped team to a district and sectional title in 2010… recipient of the Francis Howell Golden Helmet Award, selected by the high school teaching staff… selected as the 2011 Francis Howell HS Homecoming Queen. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Julie Marino… majoring in finance.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

GP 16 16

Min. 411 411

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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HANNAH

MILLER u u u

5-7 | Sophomore | Forward | Fishers, Ind. (Southeastern HS)

2012 All-OVC Newcomer Team 2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making seven starts… logged 893 minutes… had two goals and one assist – all coming during conference play… named to the All-OVC Newcomer Team… made her first career start on Aug. 17 at Iowa… scored her first career goal and game-winning goal in the Panthers 3-2 win at Tennessee Tech on Sept. 30… took 23 shots (10 on goal)… played a season-high 73 minutes against Northern Illinois on Sept. 9. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a 2011 NSCAA All-American and All-Region selection… earned first team all-state honors as a senior… also earned all-state honors as a junior (3rd team) and sophomore (2nd team)… also earned academic all-state honors… named the Hamilton County Sports Daily Player of the year… led her conference in scoring as a senior… served as team captain… played on the ODP State Team from 2007-09… is the second leading scoring in school history… also holds the school record for single-season goals… set the school record for most assists in a game and most goals scored in consecutive games… led her team to the state semifinals in 2011 and semi-state finals in 2010… helped team capture conference titles in 2010 and 2011… helped her team rank 12th in the nation in 2011 according to the ESPN National High School Rankings. PERSONAL: Daughter of Russ and Debbie Miller… majoring in family and consumer sciences.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

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GP 19 19

Min. 842 842

G 2 2

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 5 23 . 0 8 7 10 . 4 3 5 1 0-0 1 5 23 . 0 8 7 10 . 4 3 5 1 0-0

4 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES


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BIANCA

NAVEJAS u u

5-3 | Sophomore | Midfielder | West Chicago, Ill. (West Chicago Community HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making 13 starts… logged 1,080 minutes... had one goal… scored her first career goal at Tennessee Tech on Sept. 30… made her first career start versus Northern Iowa on Aug. 24… took seven shots (two on goal)… played a season-high 92 minutes against SEMO on Oct. 7. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-conference and all-sectional honors in 2009, 2011 and 2012… also named team MVP Midfielder all four years of varsity soccer… helped club team win the Disney Showcase in 2010. PERSONAL: Daughter of Arturo and Martha Navejas… majoring in business (marketing).

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

GP 19 19

Min. 1034 1034

G 1 1

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 2 7 .143 2 .286 0 0-0 0 2 7 .143 2 .286 0 0-0

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MEAGAN

RADLOFF u u u

5-8 | Junior | Midfielder/Forward | West Chicago, Ill. (West Chicago Community HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2011 All-OVC Newcomer Team

SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 15 matches, making 14 starts… logged 1,158 minutes… had one goal and one assist… took 22 shots (seven on goal)… scored her first career goal and game-winning goal in the Panthers 1-0 win over Murray State on Oct. 14… had an assist at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 21… logged a season-high 101 minutes at Purdue on Aug. 19. FRESHMAN (2011): Named to the OVC All-Newcomer team… played in 19 matches, making 14 starts… took 31 shots (13 shots on goal)… logged 1,253 minutes on the year… had one assist… posted her first career assist in the Panthers 2-0 win over Morehead State on Oct. 16… made her first career start at Northern Iowa on Aug. 19… played in a season-high 91 minutes at Northern Illinois on Sept. 13. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-state honors as a senior by the IHSSCA... was a three-year letterwinner in soccer (2008-10)… named to the AllDuPage Valley Conference First Team in 2009 and 2010… selected to the All-DVC Honorable Mention Team in 2008… earned all-sectional first-team honors in 2009 and all-sectional honorable mention accolades in 2009… was a three time DVC All-Academic Team selection from 2008-10… named West Chicago Community High School’s Offensive MVP from 2008-10… served as a team captain… set school’s single-season record for goals with 26… was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society… recipient of the Mathematics Blue Ribbon Award from 200810… recipient the Prairie State Achievement Award… selected as an Illinois State Scholar… also participated in basketball… was coached Cesar Gomez and Amy Winslow. PERSONAL: Daughter of Earl and Janet Radloff… sister Kayla played soccer at Augustana College from 2008-11, earning third team AllAmerican honors as a goalkeeper in 2009… majoring in accounting.

Career Statistics Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

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GP 19 15 34

Min. 1253 1104 2357

G 0 1 1

A 1 1 2

Pts Shots 1 31 3 22 4 53

Shot% SOG . 0 0 0 13 .045 7 . 0 1 9 20

SOG% GW PK-Att .419 0 0-0 .318 1 0-0 .377 1 0-0

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SAMANTHA

ROUMAYAH u u

5-5 | Sophomore | Midfielder | Farmington Hills, Mich. (North Farmington HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 19 matches, making seven starts… logged 759 minutes… had one assist… took 10 shots (three on goal)… made her first career start at Iowa on Aug. 17… had an assist against Cleveland State on Aug. 26… played a season-high 70 minutes against Cleveland State. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-conference, all-district and all-area honors as a senior… earned all-state third team honors as a senior… served as team captain during senior campaign… was a four year letterwinner in soccer… helped team to a district title in 2011… led team to three city championship titles… was named team MVP as a junior and senior… was also a member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Daughter of John Roumayah and Michelle Oliver… father was an All-American soccer player at Nazareth College… majoring in finance.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

GP 19 19

Min. 709 709

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 1 10 . 0 0 0 3 .300 0 0-0 1 1 10 . 0 0 0 3 .300 0 0-0

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BRENNA

VOGEL u u

5-8 | Senior | Defender | Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

JUNIOR (2012): Played in 16 matches, making 16 starts… logged 1,341 minutes… had three shots (two on goal)… played in a season-high 106 minutes at Purdue on Aug. 19. SOPHOMORE (2011): Was one of six players who played and started in all 19 matches… logged 1,384 minutes on the year… took 10 shots (five on goal) as a defender… scored one goal… netted her first career goal in the 2-0 win over Tennessee Tech on Sept. 23… played in a season-high 94 minutes at Northern Illinois on Sept. 13… helped the defense post a 1.22 goals against average, the third best in the conference. FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 15 matches, making two starts… logged 562 minutes on the year… took five shots, including three shots on goal… made her collegiate debut at Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 17… also played a season-high 90 minutes at Miami (Ohio)… also started at Western Illinois on Sept. 19… took a season-high two shots at Tennessee Tech on Oct. 17… helped anchor a defense that posted a 0.71 goals against average, the 24th best average in the nation. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner… named to the Upstate Conference Honorable Mention Team as a junior and senior… led team to a conference and regional title in 2009… also helped team to a regional title in 2010… played for the Eclipse Select East and Kickers clubs… also earned all-conference academic honors… played for Joe Moreau. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rick and Karen Vogel… majoring in family and consumer sciences.

Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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GP 15 19 16 50

Min. 562 1384 1306 3252

G 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots 0 5 2 10 0 3 2 18

Shot% SOG .000 3 .100 5 .000 2 . 0 5 6 10

SOG% GW PK-Att .600 0 0-0 .500 1 0-0 .667 0 0-0 .556 1 0-0

4 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES


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EMILY

HINTON u

u

5-4 | Sophomore | Goalkeeper | Perry, Ohio (Perry HS)

2012 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

FRESHMAN (2012): Posted a 3-2-1 record in goal… also had one shutout and a 1.90 goals against average… made 20 saves with a .690 save percentage in 427 minutes of action… played in six matches, making five starts… made her first career start against Cleveland State on Aug. 26, also earning her first career win between the pipes... played a season-high 107 minutes on Oct. 7 against SEMO. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first team all-state honors… also earned first team all-conference, all-region and all-city honors… named Cleveland’s Player of the Year… served as team captain… set her school record for single-season saves… was also a member of the student council and the United Way Club… helped lead her club team to a state title and a regional runner-up title. PERSONAL: Daughter of Sam and Karen Hinton… has one younger brother, Andy… majoring in finance and accounting.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

GP Minutes 6 426:40 6 426:40

GA GAAvg Saves Save% 9 1.90 20 . 6 9 0 9 1.90 20 . 6 9 0

W L T Sho 3 2 1 1 3 2 1 1

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LAUREN

RUSK u

5-7 | R-Sophomore | Defender | Woodridge, Ill. (Downers Grove South HS)

REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN (2012): Played in 11 matches… logged 175 minutes… took one shot on goal… played a season-high 29 minutes against UT Martin on Oct. 5. FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see action in her first season with the team… took a redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL: Was named to the West Suburban All-Conference Team at Downers Grove South High School… earned three letters in soccer… helped team to a fourth-place finish at state championships as a senior… was named to the honor roll every year during high school… was coached by Barry Jacobson and Bonnie Young. PERSONAL: Daughter of Bart and Kathy Rusk… sister Sarah Rusk was a member of the EIU women’s soccer team from 2007-10... majoring in kinesiology and sports studies.

Career Statistics Season 2012 TOTAL

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

GP 11 11

Min. 175 175

G 0 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0

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GABBY

CHARLES u

5-1 | Freshman | Midfielder | Wausau, Wis. (Wausau East HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-time letterwinner in soccer… also participated in basketball… earned all-conference first-team honors during her sophomore and junior seasons while being tabbed to the second team as a freshman… served as team captain… was a member of the Regional High School Soccer Championship Team in 2009… was a member of the National Honor Society… played for the FC Green Bay club team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Duronet and Jen Charles… majoring in political science... sister Generve plays soccer at Drake.

PAIGE

DETHORNE u

5-6 | R-Freshman | Defender | Kenosha, Wis. (Tremper HS)

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FRESHMAN (2012): Did not see action in her first year with the program… received a medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Southeast Conference First Team honors as a senior… was also named to the All-Milwaukee Area First Team and the All-State Second Team… led team to an undefeated Southeast Conference title and a sectional title… led team to a state semifinal appearance as a senior… listed as the No. 17 “Player to Watch” in the Midwest for the class of 2012 by Topdrawersoccer.com… played for both the Illinois and Wisconsin ODP teams… was also a member of the National Honor Society and the school’s student government. PERSONAL: Daughter of Brad and Nely DeThorne… majoring in applied engineering and technology.

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RANDIE

DUKES u

5-4 | Freshman | Midfielder | Evansville, Ind. (Evansville Central HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year varsity starter… led the team in goals as a junior, earning team MVP honors… served as team captain as a senior… selected to the all-city team in 2011 and 2012… earned the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association Top Team Player Award as a senior… was an Indiana Hoosier Cup finalist in 2011 and 2012… was a member of the honor roll… was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars… played for the Evansville United club team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Randy and Linda Dukes… majoring in kinesiology and sports studies.

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4 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES


CORTNEY

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JERZY u

5-10 | Sophomore | Goalkeeper | Homer Glen, Ill. (St. Xavier University)

ST. XAVIER (2012): Enrolled at EIU for the spring 2012 semester… transferred from St. Xavier (IL)… posted a 10-6-1 record with six shutouts between the pipes… had 101 saves in 1,670 minutes of action… recorded a 1.35 goals against average. PERSONAL: Daughter of Uve and Sandra Jerzy… majoring in math education.

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JESSICA

KIELY u

5-11 | Freshman | Goalkeeper | Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton North HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer… also participated in basketball and softball… played for the NSA Flames and Carol Stream Panthers club teams… helped high school team to the 2012 IHSA Regionals. PERSONAL: Daughter of Ralph and Maureen Kiely… majoring in finance... brother Rafe Kiely plays football at Wyoming.

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MADISON

KLOSTER u

5-7 | Freshman | Midfielder | Fort Wayne, Ind. (Homestead HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Northeast Hoosier Conference First Team as a junior and senior… also participated in track… helped team win three Northeast Hoosier Conference titles… also helped team capture three sectional championships and post two regional runner-up finishes… served as team captain… selected to the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association’s Academic Honor Roll in 2011 and 2012… is an honor roll member… played for the Fort Wayne Sports Club ‘95 Force. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jerry and Cathy Kloster… majoring in biology.

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

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KATHLEEN

MACKINNON u

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5-7 | Freshman | Forward | Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada (Dartmouth HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Participated in track in addition to soccer… played for the Dartmouth United and Ottawa Fury soccer clubs… was a member of the U14 and U16 national Nova Scotia teams… earned the academic distinction award from her high school… has trained at the national women’s soccer team’s Atlantic Center since 2010… has played in two Canadian National All-Star Championships. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jim and Laura MacKinnon… majoring biological sciences.

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KYLIE

MORGAN u

5-6 | R-Freshman | Goalkeeper | Aurora, Ill. (University of Kentucky)

KENTUCKY (2012): Did not see action due to an injury… was granted a medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Sockers F.C. team in Chicago… led team to a 2010 and 2011 Illinois Cup Championship… led team to the U.S. Youth Soccer Regional Championship in 2011… earned the 2009 Golden Glove Award, given to the best goalie in Region II of Illinois… named to the ODP ’94 Region II Team in 2008-10. PERSONAL: Daughter of Russ and Michelle Morgan… majoring in communication disorders and sciences… older sister Jessie played soccer at EIU from 2009-12.

KYLIE

NESS u

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5-7 | Freshman | Defender | Seymour, Wis. (Notre Dame Academy HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer… also participated in volleyball and basketball… named to the Bay Conference Second Team as a freshman and sophomore… helped lead her team to a regional title in 2010 and 2011… was a member of the honor roll… played for the FC Green Bay club team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Heidi and Ron Ness… majoring in biology.

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CHRIS

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REED u

5-7 | R-Sophomore | Forward | Mokena, Ill. (University of Cincinnati)

CINCINNATI (2011-12): Appeared in seven matches during the 2012 season… took a redshirt season in 2011. HIGH SCHOOL: Named the 2012 Herald-News (Joilet) Player of the Year… was a three-year captain at Providence Catholic HS… played for Dan Potempa… was a three-time IHSSCA All-Sectional Team selection… also earned all-area honors from 2008-10… finished her career with 90 goals and 15 assists… named to the East Suburban Catholic Conference Team as a senior… played for the Chicago Fire Juniors Club… was a 2009 Disney Soccer Showcase Finalist… was a member of the 2008 Super Y League National Championship Team… was a member of the 2005 U.S. Club National Championship team… was a five-time Illinois State Cup semi-finalist… was a member of the Illinois ODP Team in 2003 and 2006… was also on the Illinois ODP Regional Pool team in 2007. PERSONAL: Daughter of Daniel and Kathleen Reed… older sister Mary Kate plays soccer at SIUE... majoring in education.

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ROSALES u

5-5 | Freshman | Midfielder | Bedford, Ind. (Bedford North HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer… also participated in track… named to the Hoosier Hills All-Conference First Team as a senior… served as team captain from 2010-12… selected to the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association’s All-District Team and All-State Academic Team in 2012… finished her career with 48 goals and 22 assists… played for the Bloomington Indiana Cutters club team… was a member of the National Honor Society and the student government. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mundo and Kelly Rosales… intends to major in music and business... also plays the trumpet.

KAYLA

THOMPSON u

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5-4 | Freshman | Forward | Mahomet, Ill. (Mahomet Seymour HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer... also participated in track… named to the all-area team as a junior… helped team capture a regional title in 2012… was a member of the 2012 Illinois ODP State Team… was also a member of the 2011 Illinois ODP State Team as an alternate… played for the Illinois FC club team… was a member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Daughter of Matt and Tammy Plutz… majoring in exercise science.

7 OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS

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EMILY

WOLF u

5-6 | Freshman | Defender | Carmel, Ind. (Carmel HS)

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer… also participated in basketball… named to the Metropolitan Interscholastic AllConference Team four times… helped team capture a state title in 2011… also led team to an undefeated season as a junior… finished her high school career with a 68-6-6 record… was a peer tutor and new student mentor… played for the Carmel United ECNL club team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Bruce and Jackie Wolf… major is undecided.

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Meagan Radloff Junior Midfielder/Forward

2012 IN REVIEW

Samantha Roumayah Sophomore Midfielder

Bianca Navejas Sophomore Midfielder


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2012 ALL-OVC

SELECTION u

Kristin Germann (2009-12) earned All-OVC Second Team honors

THREE PLAYERS EARN ALL-OVC HONORS Kristin Germann, Hannah Miller and Ashley Streid earned All-OVC honors at the conclusion of the 2012 season. Germann and Streid earned second-team accolades while Miller was tabbed to the all-newcomer team. Germann was named to the all-conference second team for the second time in her career. The Carbondale, Ill., native led the Panthers in scoring with 17 points, scoring eight goals and posting one assist. Streid earns all-conference honors for the first time in her career. The Granite City, Ill., native played and started in all 19 matches while logging 1,576 minutes on the year – the second most on the team. The defender scored one goal and added three assists this season. Miller played in all 19 matches during her freshman campaign, making seven starts. The Fishers, Ind., native scored two goals and added one assist in 893 minutes of action. She scored her first career goal on Sept. 30 at Tennessee Tech, finding the back of the net in overtime to seal the 3-2 victory for the Panthers. EIU has had a total of 71 all-conference honorees since the conference began sponsoring women’s soccer in 1998.

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PANTHERS FINISH THE REGULAR-SEASON STRONG Despite not qualifying for the OVC Conference Tournament, the Panthers finished the year with a 4-3-1 record that included three overtime victories. EIU had 15 underclassmen, including nine freshmen, who contributed to the improvement towards the end of the season. Six of the nine freshmen started in seven or matches on the year.

PANTHERS EARN TEAM ACADEMIC AWARD The Panther soccer team was recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for its performance in the classroom, earning the NSCAA Team Academic Award. The NSCAA annually recognizes college and high school soccer programs that have excelled in the classroom, in addition to their work on the pitch. EIU posted a 3.47 grade point average.

Between the pipes, freshman Emily Hinton posted a 3-2-1 record with 20 saves and one shutout. She played in six matches (five starts) while logging 426 minutes. GERMANN, STREID FINISH CAREERS IN RECORD BOOKS Kristin Germann finished her career with 22 goals, tied for the sixth most in school history. She also had seven game-winning goals, tied for the sixth most in school history. Classmate Ashley Streid (pictured right) finished her career with eight goals and seven assists. Her six career game-winning goals ranks sixth all-time in EIU history.

Ashley Streid (2008-12)

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2012 STATISTICS

2012 Eastern Illinois Women's Soccer Eastern Illinois Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 31, 2013) All games Overall: 6-12-1 Conf: 4-5-1 Home: 4-4-0 Away: 2-8-1 Neut: 0-0-0

## 23 14 21 12 15 6 3 11 7 20 24 4 9 10 18 16 2 17 19 00 0 1

## 1 00 0 TM

Player

GERMANN, Kristin MILLER, Hannah RADLOFF, Meagan HAWKINS, Molly MORGAN, Jessie LAKIE, Allie STREID, Ashley SILL, Brooke GREENE, Caitlin ROUMAYAH, Samantha NAVEJAS, Bianca HICKMAN, Briana DEACON, Karlee VOGEL, Brenna FRIEND, Kelsie RUSK, Lauren CARTER, Madison MARINO, Lindsey HOPPENSTEADT, Lauren HINTON, Emily O'DELL, Brittany TALDONE, Jessica Total Opponents

Goalie

gp-gs

19-19 19-7 15-14 19-7 19-16 19-9 19-19 19-14 19-19 19-7 19-13 19-15 19-11 16-16 19-2 11-0 18-2 16-0 1-0 6-5 2-0 17-14 19 19

g

8 2 1 0 1 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 39

a

17-13 6-5 2-0 19 19

1288:13 426:40 72:11 0:00 1787:04 1787:04

pts

sh

1 17 46 1 5 23 1 3 22 1 1 17 1 3 15 3 3 14 3 5 14 0 6 13 1 5 12 1 1 10 0 2 7 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 53 214 24 102 322

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

TALDONE, Jessica HINTON, Emily O'DELL, Brittany TEAM Total Opponents

min

1233 842 1104 725 1051 977 1511 1116 1621 709 1034 1357 947 1306 543 175 506 411 23 368 72 1283 -

27 9 3 0 39 20

gaavg

1.89 1.90 3.74 0.00 1.96 1.01

sh%

.174 .087 .045 .000 .067 .000 .071 .231 .167 .000 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .093 .121

sog

24 10 7 5 9 7 4 5 9 3 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 94 149

Saves saves

85 20 3 2 110 74

sog%

.522 .435 .318 .294 .600 .500 .286 .385 .750 .300 .286 .500 .167 .667 .333

1.000 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .439 .463

yc

1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 7

pct

.759 .690 .500 1.000 .738 .787

rc gwg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

w

2 3 1 0 6 12

2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 12

pk-att

2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 3-3

Record l

10 2 0 0 12 6

t

0 1 0 0 1 1

shutout

0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1 7

Team saves: 2 Goals by Period Eastern Illinois Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 20 39

Corners by Period Eastern Illinois Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 56 98

Shots by Period Eastern Illinois Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 214 322

Fouls by Period Eastern Illinois Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 184 172

1st 2nd

OT OT2

Total 110 74

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Saves by Period Eastern Illinois Opponents

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5 11

11 26

97 104 155 153

58 36

48 35

3 0

7 4

2 1

1 2

6 10

2 2

24 49

84 70

30 46

92 92

1 2

3 5

1 1

5 5

EIU 1092 8/136 0/0

Opponent 3161 11/287

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2012 Eastern Illinois Women's Soccer Eastern Illinois Game Results (as of Jul 31, 2013) All games

Date Aug 17 Aug 19 Aug 24 Aug 26

Sep 31 Sep 07 Sep 09 Sep 14 Sep 16 *

Sep 23

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Sep 28

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Sep 30

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Oct 05

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Oct 07

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Oct 12

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Oct 14

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Oct 19

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Oct 21

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Oct 26

Opponent at Iowa at Purdue NORTHERN IOWA CLEVELAND STATE

Score 0-5 LO2 1-2 LO2 1-2 WOT 3-2

at Indiana State at Evansville

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Butler at Drake at SIUE at Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech

WOT

UT MARTIN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI

WO2

AUSTIN PEAY MURRAY STATE at Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky BELMONT

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

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W-L-T 6-12-1 4-5-1 4-4 2-8-1 0-0 4-2-1

Overall 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Att. 524 423 87 81

0-1 2-1

1-4-0 2-4-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

346 211

0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-2

2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 3-9-0

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

103 110 182 240 305 265

1-5 3-2

3-10-0 4-10-0

1-3-0 2-3-0

64 181

1-6 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-1

4-11-0 5-11-0 5-11-1 5-12-1 6-12-1

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

211 181 342 213 184

L

L L L L L

L

L W TO2 L WOT

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 19 8 11 0

Total 4253 1092 3161 0

Goals scored GREENE, Caitlin (LAKIE, Allie) GREENE, Caitlin (LAKIE, Allie) GERMANN, Kristin (penalty kick) GERMANN, Kristin (ROUMAYAH, Samantha) GERMANN, Kristin (MORGAN, Jessie) CARTER, Madison (LAKIE, Allie) SILL, Brooke (unassisted) NAVEJAS, Bianca (unassisted) GERMANN, Kristin (STREID, Ashley) MILLER, Hannah (unassisted) MORGAN, Jessie (unassisted) GERMANN, Kristin (penalty kick) SILL, Brooke (STREID, Ashley) STREID, Ashley (GERMANN, Kristin) MILLER, Hannah (HAWKINS, Molly) RADLOFF, Meagan (unassisted) GERMANN, Kristin (STREID, Ashley) SILL, Brooke (RADLOFF, Meagan) GERMANN, Kristin (unassisted) GERMANN, Kristin (GREENE, Caitlin;MILLER, Hannah)

Avg. 224 136 287 0

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2001 OVC Tournament Champions

CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION

Beth Liesen 2003 OVC Player of the Year

Devon Bissell 2000 OVC Player of the Year


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PROLIFIC PLAYERS

HILLARY BLAKE 2011 CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American

MEGHAN RYON 2007 CoSIDA Third Team Academic All-American

IDA HAKANSSON 1999 OVC Player of the Year

DEVON BISSELL 2000 OVC Player of the Year 2001 OVC Tournament MVP

KELLIE FLOYD 2006 OVC Player of the Year

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CAROLE GRIGGS 1999 OVC Tournament MVP

KAYLIN LORBERT 2010 CoSIDA Second Team Academic All-American

HEATHER ORY 1998 OVC Player of the Year

BETH LIESEN MICHELLE STEINHAUS 2000 OVC Freshman of the Year 2004 OVC Freshman of the Year 2003 OVC Player of the Year OVC All-Time Leading Scorer

TERI LAROCHE 2002 OVC Tournament MVP

AUDRA FRERICKS 2004 OVC Tournament MVP

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 1999 • Record: 11-9 OVC Regular Season and Tournament Champions In only their second year in the OVC, the Panthers posted an undefeated 5-0 record in conference action to capture their first regular-season title. EIU would eventually go on to win their first tournament title as well. Two players in Ida Hakansson and Cara LeMaster would end up earning individual accolades at the conclusion of the season. Hakansson was named ‘Player of the Year’ while LeMaster was tabbed the ‘Freshman of the Year’.

2000 • Record: 15-4-1 OVC Regular Season Champions In 2000, the Panthers again would post a 5-0 record in OVC play to capture the regular-season title for the second consecutive year. The 15 wins is the second most in single-season history behind the 1996 squad that won 16 matches. After defeating Morehead State 3-1 in the first match of the conference tournament, the Panthers were upset in the tournament finale by Tennessee Tech, 1-0, in an overtime thriller. Beth Liesen was named the conference’s ‘Freshman of the Year’ after leading the Panthers in scoring with 33 points. She posted 15 goals, the fifth most in singleseason history, to go along with three assists. Devon Bissel was named ‘OVC Player of the Year’ after recording 10 assists and three goals. Bissel’s 10 assists are tied for the sixth most in EIU single-season history. In addition to the player awards, head coach Steve Ballard was named the ‘OVC Coach of the Year’ for the first time in his coaching career.

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2001 • Record: 14-6 OVC Tournament Champions The 2001 campaign marked the beginning of four consecutive OVC Tournament Championships for the Panthers. Beth Liesen and Devon Bissell continued to lead a high-powered offense in 2001, combining to score 59 of the team’s 128 points. Liesen scored 18 goals and added five assists while Bissell recorded an EIU singleseason record 16 assists. Liesen also set a conference single-season record with nine game-winning goals. The Panthers advanced to their first NCAA Tournament, facing Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., on Nov. 16. The Fighting Irish handed the Panthers a 2-0 loss.

2002 • Record: 12-8-2 OVC Tournament Champions In 2002, the Panthers won their second consecutive OVC Tournament Title. Southeast Missouri State won the regularseason title in 2001 and 2002, but lost to the Panthers both years in the conference tournament finale. Beth Liesen again paced the Panthers in scoring with 26 points (nine goals, eight assists). EIU faced another team from Indiana in the NCAA Tournament, facing Purdue in South Bend, Ind., on Nov. 5. Arguably the closest game in posteason history for EIU, the Panthers took the Boilermakers to double overtime only to loss the match, 3-1, on penalty kicks.

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2003 • Record: 11-6-5 OVC Tournament Champions As far as records are concerned, the 2003 season was one of the most successful in OVC history. As a team, the Panthers set three singleseason records highlighted by the squad scoring 50 goals - the most in OVC history. Individually, Beth Liesen set seven single-season OVC records on her way to capturing ‘Player of the Year’ honors. She scored 49 points, including 20 goals. Conference newcomer Samford won the regular-season title, but the Panthers would win their third tournament title in a row. In the NCAA Tournament, EIU dropped a 1-0 contest to Missouri in Columbia, Mo., on Nov. 14.

2004 • Record: 13-6-2 OVC Tournament Champions The 2004 squad captured an unprecedented fourth consecutive OVC Tournament title. Despite the graduation of arguably the best player in conference history in Beth Liesen, the Panthers simply reloaded. Michelle Steinhaus led the Panthers in scoring with 26 points (10 goals, six assists) while being named the ‘OVC Freshman of the Year’. For the third time in four years, the Panthers were sent to South Bend, Ind., in the NCAA Tournament where they would face Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish defeated the Panthers, 4-0, on Nov. 12.

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Kristin Germann 4-Time All-OVC Selection

RECORD BOOK

Hillary Blake 2011 First Team AcademicAll American

Kellie Floyd 2006 OVC Player of the Year


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AWARD WINNERS All-Conference Honorees Year...........Name..................................Team 2012.........Kristin Germann.....................1st 2012.........Ashley Streid........................ 2nd 2012.........Hannah Miler............Newcomer 2011.........Megan Radloff...........Newcomer 2011.........Kristin Germann................... 2nd 2010.........Ashley Eck............................ 2nd 2010.........Caitlin Greene...........Newcomer 2010.........Kaylin Lorbert.........................1st 2010.........Kaitlin Sullivan...................... 2nd 2009.........Laura Ridolfi...........................1st 2009.........Jenny Williams........................1st 2009.........Sam Balek............................. 2nd 2009.........Kristin Germann........Newcomer 2008.........Pam Melinauskas...................1st 2008.........Sam Balek.......... 2nd/Newcomer 2007.........Kathleen Hayes.......................1st 2007.........Kellie Floyd........................... 2nd 2007.........Michelle Steinhaus............... 2nd 2007.........Caitlyn Eisenhauer.....Newcomer 2006.........Kellie Floyd.............................1st 2006.........AJ Brewer........... 1st/Newcomer 2006.........Trisha Walter........................ 2nd 2006.........Jenny Williams...........Newcomer 2005.........Sharyne Connell.....................1st 2005.........Lee Ann Langsfeld..................1st 2005.........Kathleen Hayes..................... 2nd 2005.........Ashley Slota...............Newcomer 2004.........Sharyne Connell.....................1st 2004.........Audra Frericks........................1st 2004.........Lee Ann Langsfeld..................1st 2004.........Michelle Steinhaus.................1st 2004.........Trisha Walter........................ 2nd 2003.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2003.........Audra Frericks........................1st 2003.........Trisha Walter..........................1st 2003.........Sharyne Connell................... 2nd 2003.........Tiffany Groene....................... 3rd 2003.........Lee Ann Langsfeld.................3rd 2002.........Audra Frericks........................1st 2002.........Cara LeMaster........................1st 2002.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2002.........Lee Ann Langsfeld................ 2nd 2002.........Rebecca Traen...................... 2nd 2002.........Terri Manser.......................... 3rd 2001.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2001.........Audra Frericks........................1st 2001.........Rebecca Traen........................1st 2001.........Devon Bissell........................ 2nd 2001.........Cara LeMaster...................... 2nd 2001.........Sara Johnson.........................HM

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2000.........Devon Bissell..........................1st 2000.........Jeanine Fredrick.....................1st 2000.........Cara LeMaster........................1st 2000.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2000.........Carole Griggs........................ 2nd 2000.........Rebecca Traen.......................HM 1999.........Ida Hakansson........................1st 1999.........Shanna Hozman.....................1st 1999.........Cara LeMaster........................1st 1999.........Devon Bissell........................ 2nd 1999.........Jessica Graczyk......................HM 1999.........Courtney Roth.......................HM 1998.........Heather Ory............................1st 1998.........Beth Aussin............................1st 1998.........Diane Markus.........................1st 1998.........Carole Griggs........................ 2nd 1998.........Brooke O’Connell................. 2nd 1998.........Tracie Strother...................... 2nd 1998.........Jeanine Fredrick....................HM 1998.........Beth Aussin *..........................1st 1998.........Heather Ory *.........................1st 1998.........Diane Markus *.....................HM 1998.........Tracie Strother *....................HM 1997.........Heather Ory............................1st 1997.........Kendra Williamson.................1st 1997.........Tracie Strother...................... 2nd 1997.........Beth Aussin.......................... 2nd 1997.........Michelle Macumber............. 2nd 1996.........Tracie Strother........................1st 1996.........Beth Aussin.......................... 2nd 1996.........Heather Ory.......................... 2nd 1996.........Kendra Williamson............... 2nd 1996.........Michelle Macumber............. 2nd 1996.........Kelly Gilbert...........................HM * denotes 1998 MVC all-conference selection

Conference Affiliation: Eastern Illinois participated in the Missouri Valley Conference from 1996-98 before joining the Ohio Valley Conference. During the 1998 season, the Panthers held duel membership in both the MVC and the OVC.

All-Tournament Team Selections Name.................................................... Year Kristin Germann.................................. 2010 Sarah Rusk........................................... 2010 Kathleen Hayes.................................... 2007 Michelle Steinhaus.............................. 2007 Jenny Bock........................................... 2006 Alexis Miller......................................... 2006 Sharyn Connell.................................... 2005 Kathleen Hayes.................................... 2005 Lee Ann Langsfeld................................ 2005 Audra Frericks, MVP............................ 2004 Rachel Dorfman................................... 2004 Lee Ann Langsfeld................................ 2004 Trisha Walter....................................... 2004 Beth Liesen, MVP................................ 2003 Sharyne Connell.................................. 2003 Rachel Dorfman................................... 2003 Tiffany Groene..................................... 2003 Teri LaRoche, MVP............................... 2002 Lindsay Dechert................................... 2002 Audra Frericks...................................... 2002 Cara LeMaster..................................... 2002 Devon Bissell, MVP.............................. 2001 Rachel Dorfman................................... 2001 Cara LeMaster..................................... 2001 McKenzie Smith................................... 2001 Jeanine Fredrick.................................. 2000 Carole Griggs....................................... 2000 Katie Quiter......................................... 2000 Carole Griggs, MVP.............................. 1999 Devon Bissell....................................... 1999 Ida Hakansson..................................... 1999 Shanna Hozman................................... 1999 Diane Markus...................................... 1998 Heather Ory......................................... 1997 Tara Kinney.......................................... 1997 Kendra Williamson.............................. 1997 Beth Aussin.......................................... 1996 Kendra Williamson.............................. 1996

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AWARD WINNERS Conference Player of the Week Selections Year...........Name............................. Position 2012.........Kristin Germann.............Offense 2011.........Jessica Taldone.......................GK 2011.........Brenna Vogel................. Defense 2011.........Jessica Blake................... Offense 2010.........Sam Balek...................... Defense 2010.........Kaylin Lorbert (3)....................GK 2009.........Kayla Doran................... Defense 2009.........Jenny Williams........................GK 2008.........Lindsey Wilkening..........Offense 2008.........Kaylin Lorbert (2)....................GK 2008.........Sam Balek...................... Defense 2007.........Ashley Slota................... Defense 2007.........Jenny Williams........................GK 2006.........Jenny Williams........................GK 2006.........Michelle Steinhaus.........Offense 2006.........Pam Melinauskas...........Offense 2006.........Kellie Floyd..................... Offense 2005.........Lee Ann Langsfeld......... Defense 2005.........Trisha Walter.................. Offense 2004.........Michelle Steinhaus (2)....Offense 2004.........Trisha Walter.................. Offense 2003.........Sharyne Connell.............Offense 2003.........Tiffany Groene............... Defense 2003.........Beth Liesen (2)...............Offense 2002.........Audra Frericks............................ 2002.........Beth Liesen................................. 2001.........Beth Liesen (3)........................... 2000.........Beth Liesen (2)........................... 2000.........Devon Bissell.............................. 1999.........Ida Hakansson (2)....................... 1999.........Cara LeMaster............................ 1999.........Valerie Pourch............................ 1999.........Jeanine Fredrick......................... 1998.........Tracie Strother................ Offense 1998.........Beth Aussin.................... Offense 1998.........Jeanine Fredrick............ Defense 1997.........Jessica Graczyk (2)......... Defense 1997.........Tracie Strother................ Offense 1997.........Beth Aussin.................... Offense 1996.........Tracie Strother (2)..........Offense 1996.........Beth Aussin (3)...............Offense 1996.........Heather Ory................... Defense 1996.........Shelly Macumber.......... Defense

Great Lakes All-Region Selections Year...........Name..................................Team 2005.........Lee Ann Langsfeld.................3rd 2004.........Audra Frericks....................... 3rd 2004.........Michelle Steinhaus..... Freshman 2003.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2002.........Audra Frericks....................... 3rd 2002.........Cara LeMaster....................... 3rd 2001.........Beth Liesen............................ 3rd 2000.........Beth Liesen..............................Fr. 1999.........Cara LeMaster............ Freshman 1997.........Kendra Williamson................3rd 1996.........Tracie Strother....................... 3rd MVC All-Centennial Team Year...........Name............................. Position 2006.........Beth Aussin................... Forward Players of the Year Name.................................................... Year Kellie Floyd.......................................... 2006 Beth Liesen.......................................... 2003 Devon Bissell....................................... 2000 Ida Hakansson..................................... 1999 Heather Ory......................................... 1998 Freshman of the Year Name.................................................... Year Beth Liesen.......................................... 2000 Cara LeMaster..................................... 1999 Coaches of the Year Name.................................................... Year Steve Ballard........................................ 2000 EIU Hall of Fame Name..................................... Year Inducted Beth Aussin.......................................... 2008 Beth Liesen.......................................... 2010

ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS Capital One Academic All-Americans Year...........Name..................................Team 2011.........Hillary Blake............................1st 2010.........Kaylin Lorbert....................... 2nd 2007.........Meghan Ryon........................ 3rd Capital One Academic All-District Year...........Name..................................Team 2011.........Hillary Blake............................1st 2011.........Jessica Blake......................... 2nd 2011.........Ashley Eck............................. 3rd 2010.........Hillary Blake............................1st 2010.........Jessica Blake...........................1st 2010.........Ashley Eck..............................1st 2010.........Kaylin Lorbert.........................1st 2009.........Hillary Blake.......................... 2nd 2009.........Kaylin Lorbert....................... 2nd 2007.........Meghan Ryon.........................1st 2006.........Meghan Ryon....................... 2nd 2006.........Trisha Walter........................ 2nd 2005.........Sharyne Connell................... 2nd 2005.........Trisha Walter........................ 2nd 2004.........Trisha Walter........................ 2nd 2003.........Teri LaRoche...........................1st 2003.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2002.........Beth Liesen.............................1st 2002.........Rebecca Traen........................1st 2001.........Devon Bissell..........................1st The Capital One Academic All-American award was previously know as the CoSIDA/ ESPN Academic All-American Award NSCAA All-Region Scholar Athlete Year...........Name..................................Team 2010.........Hillary Blake............................1st 2010.........Jessica Blake...........................1st 2010.........Ashley Eck..............................1st 2010.........Kaylin Lorbert.........................1st 2007.........Kellie Floyd............................ 3rd 2006.........Trisha Walter.........................HM 1998.........Heather Ory............................1st 1998.........Tracie Strother...................... 2nd

(#) denotes number of times the player earned the weekly honor that season *please note the OVC only had one, overall player of the week and not positional players of the week from 1999-2000.

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COACHING HISTORY Eastern Illinois Head Coaches Name......................................... Record..................... %........................... Years Steve Ballard......................... 123-67-14..................637...................... 1995-04 Tim Nowak............................. 28-42-10..................413...................... 2005-08 Summer Perala....................... 25-41-13..................399...................... 2009-12 Jason Cherry ^................................. 0-0..................000.................. 2013-pres. ^interim head coach

Conference Titles 1999 OVC Regular-Season Champions 1999 OVC Tournament Champions 2000 OVC Regular-Season Champions 2001 OVC Tournament Champions 2002 OVC Tournament Champions 2003 OVC Tournament Champions 2004 OVC Tournament Champions Postseason Appearances NCAA Division I Tournament...................................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2001 Tournament | South Bend, Ind. 11/16 ............L ............0-2 ............... vs Notre Dame 2002 Tournament | South Bend, Ind. 11/05 ............L ............1-2 ....................... vs Purdue *Purdue wins 3-1 on PK’s 2003 Tournament | South Bend, Ind. 11/14 ............L ............0-1 ..................... vs Missouri

Yearly Results Overall Conference Conference Year Record Record Finish Coach 1995 8-11-0 - - Ballard 1996 16-5-0 3-2-0 2nd Ballard 1997 14-6-1 4-1-0 2nd Ballard 1998 10-7-1 3-1 OVC/3-2-1 MVC 2nd/4th Ballard 1999 11-9-0 5-0-0 1st Ballard 2000 15-4-1 5-0-0 1st Ballard 2001 14-6-0 4-1-0 2nd Ballard 2002 11-7-4 4-1-1 2nd Ballard 2003 11-6-5 6-0-2 2nd Ballard 2004 13-6-2 6-1-1 2nd Ballard 2005 9-10-2 6-1-2 2nd Nowak 2006 8-7-5 4-1-4 3rd Nowak 2007 8-11-1 4-5-0 6th Nowak 2008 3-14-2 3-4-1 t-5th Nowak 2009 7-8-5 3-3-2 t-4th Perala 2010 7-9-5 3-2-3 4th Perala 2011 5-12-2 4-5-0 t-6th Perala 2012 6-12-1 4-5-1 7th Perala 176-150-37 (.536) OVC Record: 64-30-17 (.653)

Conference Affiliation: Eastern Illinois participated in the Missouri Valley Conference from 1996-98 before joining the Ohio Valley Conference. During the 1998 season, the Panthers held duel membership in both the MVC and the OVC.

2004 Tournament | South Bend, Ind. 11/12 ............L ............0-4 ............... vs Notre Dame

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Miscellaneous Records Most Victories 16.............................................................................................. 1996

Freshmen Records Goals 15.......................................................................... Beth Liesen, 2000

Longest Unbeaten Streak 9, twice.....................................................................1996 & 1997-98

Game-Winning Goals 8............................................................................ Beth Liesen, 2000

Longest Winning Streak 9................................................................................................ 1996

Assists 8........................................................................... Tricia Walter, 2003

Longest Losing Streak 6................................................................................................ 2005

Points 33.......................................................................... Beth Liesen, 2000

Most Goals Scored - Team 67.............................................................................................. 1996

Matches Started 22................................................................ Lee Ann Langsfeld, 2002

Fewest Goals Allowed - Team 17.............................................................................................. 2005

Matches Started in Goal 20................................................................... Lindsay Dechert, 2001

Most Goals in a Match - Individual 4.................................................Tracie Strother vs UALR (09/22/96) 4.................................... Beth Aussin at Lewis University (09/11/96)

Minutes in Goal 1842................................................................. Jenny Williams, 2006

Most Assists in a Match - Individual 3...................................Trisha Walter vs Western Illinois (08/29/03) 3...................................Devon Bissell vs Tennessee Tech (10/19/01) 3.................................................. Devon Bissell vs SEMO (10/13/00) 3...............................................Tracie Strother vs Illinois (09/17/97) 3..................................... Sara Dieckhoff vs Harris-Stowe (09/16/95) Most Saves - Individual 18....................................Tiffany Groene at Notre Dame (11/12/04) 18..................................... Jeanine Fredrick at Evansville (10/15/97)

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Goals Against Average (Minimum 500 Minutes) 0.93.................................................................. Jenny Williams, 2006 Saves 107................................................................. Lindsay Dechert, 2001 Save Percentage (Minimum 500 Minutes) .877................................................................ Lindsay Dechert, 2001 Shutouts 7....................................................................... Jenny Williams, 2006

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Career Records Points 1. 149 - Beth LIESEN (62g 25a) - 2000-03 2. 122 - Beth AUSSIN (39g 44a) - 1995-98 3. 110 - Tracie STROTHER (43g 24a) - 1995-98 4. 66 - Cara LEMASTER (22g 22a) - 1999-02 5. 57 - Michelle STEINHAUS (25g 7a) - 2004-07 57 - Sharyne CONNELL (23g 11a) - 2002-05 7. 56 - Trisha WALTER (19g 18a) - 2003-06 8. 51 - Kristin GERMANN (22g 7a) - 2009-12 9. 49 - Audra FRERICKS (17g 15a) - 2001-04 10. 44 - Devon BISSELL (7g 30a) - 1999-01

Assists 1. 44 - Beth AUSSIN - 1995-98 2. 30 - Devon BISSELL - 1999-01 3. 25 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 4. 24 - Tracie STROTHER - 1995-98 5. 22 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999-02 6. 18 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06 7. 15 - Audra FRERICKS - 2001-04 15 - Heather ORY - 1995-98 15 - Carole GRIGGS - 1997-00 10. 13 - Alexis MILLER - 2006-09

Points per game (min. 10 games) 1. 1.77 - Beth LIESEN (84 games) - 2000-03 2. 1.54 - Beth AUSSIN (79 games) - 1995-98 3. 1.47 - Tracie STROTHER (75 games) - 1995-98 4. 1.38 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 5. 0.80 - Cara LEMASTER (82 games) - 1999-02 6. 0.74 - Michelle STEINHAUS (77 games) - 2004-07 7. 0.73 - Devon BISSELL (60 games) - 1999-01 8. 0.69 - Trisha WALTER (81 games) - 2003-06 9. 0.68 - Wendee HOFFMANN (19 games) - 2000 10. 0.66 - Sharyne CONNELL (86 games) - 2002-05

Assists per game (min. 10 games) 1. 0.56 - Beth AUSSIN (79 games) - 1995-98 2. 0.50 - Devon BISSELL (60 games) - 1999-01 3. 0.32 - Tracie STROTHER (75 games) - 1995-98 4. 0.30 - Beth LIESEN (84 games) - 2000-03 5. 0.28 - Courtne HENDRICKSON (18 games) - 1995 6. 0.27 - Cara LEMASTER (82 games) - 1999-02 7. 0.26 - Wendee HOFFMANN (19 games) - 2000 8. 0.25 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 0.25 - Sam KOHEN (12 games) - 2009 10. 0.22 - Trisha WALTER (81 games) - 2003-06

Goals 1. 62 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 2. 43 - Tracie STROTHER - 1995-98 3. 39 - Beth AUSSIN - 1995-98 4. 25 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2004-07 5. 23 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2002-05 6. 22 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 22 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999-02 8. 19 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06 9. 17 - Audra FRERICKS - 2001-04 10. 16 - Diane MARKUS - 1995-98

Shots attempted 1. 343 - Beth LIESEN (62 goals) - 2000-03 2. 185 - Michelle STEINHAUS (25 goals) - 2004-07 3. 181 - Tracie STROTHER (43 goals) - 1995-98 4. 180 - Cara LEMASTER (22 goals) - 1999-02 5. 166 - Beth AUSSIN (39 goals) - 1995-98 6. 156 - Trisha WALTER (19 goals) - 2003-06 7. 153 - Sharyne CONNELL (23 goals) - 2002-05 8. 139 - Kristin GERMANN (22 goals) - 2009-12 9. 123 - Carole GRIGGS (12 goals) - 1997-00 10. 118 - Ashley STREID (8 goals) - 2008-12

Goals per game (min. 10 games) 1. 0.74 - Beth LIESEN (84 games) - 2000-03 2. 0.57 - Tracie STROTHER (75 games) - 1995-98 3. 0.56 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 4. 0.49 - Beth AUSSIN (79 games) - 1995-98 5. 0.32 - Michelle STEINHAUS (77 games) - 2004-07 6. 0.30 - Sara JOHNSON (20 games) - 2001 7. 0.28 - Kristin GERMANN (79 games) - 2009-12 8. 0.27 - Cara LEMASTER (82 games) - 1999-02 9. 0.27 - Sharyne CONNELL (86 games) - 2002-05 10. 0.23 - Trisha WALTER (81 games) - 2003-06

Shots per game (min. 10 games) 1. 4.08 - Beth LIESEN (84 games) - 2000-03 2. 3.19 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 3. 2.41 - Tracie STROTHER (75 games) - 1995-98 4. 2.40 - Michelle STEINHAUS (77 games) - 2004-07 5. 2.20 - Cara LEMASTER (82 games) - 1999-02 6. 2.10 - Beth AUSSIN (79 games) - 1995-98 7. 1.93 - Trisha WALTER (81 games) - 2003-06 8. 1.79 - Wendee HOFFMANN (19 games) - 2000 9. 1.78 - Sharyne CONNELL (86 games) - 2002-05 10. 1.76 - Kristin GERMANN (79 games) - 2009-12

Game-winning goals 1. 26 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 2. 11 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2004-07 3. 10 - Tracie STROTHER - 1995-98 4. 9 - Beth AUSSIN - 1995-98 5. 8 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2002-05 8 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999-02 7. 7 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 8. 6 - Ashley STREID - 2008-12 6 - Diane MARKUS - 1995-98 6 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06

Shots on goal 1. 94 - Michelle STEINHAUS (25 goals) - 2004-07 2. 75 - Trisha WALTER (19 goals) - 2003-06 3. 69 - Kristin GERMANN (22 goals) - 2009-12 4. 59 - Kellie FLOYD (9 goals) - 2004-07 59 - Sharyne CONNELL (23 goals) - 2002-05 6. 55 - Ashley STREID (8 goals) - 2008-12 7. 50 - Beth LIESEN (62 goals) - 2000-03 8. 45 - Kaitlin SULLIVAN (8 goals) - 2007-10 9. 44 - Rachel HAMILTON (8 goals) - 2006-09 10. 34 - Alexis MILLER (8 goals) - 2006-09

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Career Records SOG per game (min. 10 games) 1. 1.22 - Michelle STEINHAUS (77 games) - 2004-07 2. 0.93 - Trisha WALTER (81 games) - 2003-06 3. 0.87 - Kristin GERMANN (79 games) - 2009-12 4. 0.72 - Kellie FLOYD (82 games) - 2004-07 5. 0.71 - Ashley STREID (77 games) - 2008-12 6. 0.69 - Sharyne CONNELL (86 games) - 2002-05 7. 0.60 - Beth LIESEN (84 games) - 2000-03 8. 0.59 - Kaitlin SULLIVAN (76 games) - 2007-10 9. 0.59 - Meagan RADLOFF (34 games) - 2011-12 10. 0.56 - Rachel HAMILTON (78 games) - 2006-09 Penalty kicks made 1. 6 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 2. 2 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06 2 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 4. 1 - Kellie FLOYD - 2004-07 1 - Kathleen HAYES - 2004-07 1 - Laura RIDOLFI - 2006-09 Penalty kick attempts 1. 6 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 2. 2 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06 2 - Kathleen HAYES - 2004-07 2 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 5. 1 - Audra FRERICKS - 2001-04 1 - Laura RIDOLFI - 2006-09 1 - Kellie FLOYD - 2004-07 Saves 1. 367 - Jeanine FREDRICK (65 GA, 367 saves) - 1997-00 2. 274 - Lindsay DECHERT (46 GA, 274 saves) - 2001-04 3. 262 - Jenny WILLIAMS (74 GA, 262 saves) - 2006-09 4. 236 - Tiffany GROENE (70 GA, 236 saves) - 2002-05 5. 220 - Kaylin LORBERT (41 GA, 220 saves) - 2007-10 6. 202 - Jessica TALDONE (51 GA, 202 saves) - 2009-12 202 - Jessica GRACZYK (32 GA, 202 saves) - 1997-99 8. 130 - Jenny VARGAS (46 GA, 130 saves) - 1995-96 9. 85 - Kate BINDER (23 GA, 85 saves) - 1995-98 10. 24 - Lynne GOEHLER (6 GA, 24 saves) - 2001,03-04 Saves per game (min. 10 games) 1. 5.40 - Jeanine FREDRICK (68 games) - 1997-00 2. 5.05 - Jessica TALDONE (40 games) - 2009-12 3. 4.59 - Jessica GRACZYK (44 games) - 1997-99 4. 4.58 - Kaylin LORBERT (48 games) - 2007-10 5. 4.52 - Jenny WILLIAMS (58 games) - 2006-09 6. 4.42 - Lindsay DECHERT (62 games) - 2001-04 7. 3.82 - Jenny VARGAS (34 games) - 1995-96 8. 3.32 - Tiffany GROENE (71 games) - 2002-05 9. 2.02 - Kate BINDER (42 games) - 1995-98 10. 1.85 - Lynne GOEHLER (13 games) - 2001,03-04 Save percent (min. 50 saves) 1. .863 - Jessica GRACZYK (32 GA, 202 saves) - 1997-99 2. .856 - Lindsay DECHERT (46 GA, 274 saves) - 2001-04 3. .850 - Jeanine FREDRICK (65 GA, 367 saves) - 1997-00 4. .843 - Kaylin LORBERT (41 GA, 220 saves) - 2007-10 5. .798 - Jessica TALDONE (51 GA, 202 saves) - 2009-12 6. .787 - Kate BINDER (23 GA, 85 saves) - 1995-98 7. .780 - Jenny WILLIAMS (74 GA, 262 saves) - 2006-09 8. .771 - Tiffany GROENE (70 GA, 236 saves) - 2002-05 9. .739 - Jenny VARGAS (46 GA, 130 saves) - 1995-96

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Goals against avg (min. 1000 minutes) 1. 0.93 - Kaylin LORBERT (41 GA, 3974 min) - 2007-10 2. 1.05 - Lindsay DECHERT (46 GA, 3932 min) - 2001-04 3. 1.13 - Tiffany GROENE (70 GA, 5551 min) - 2002-05 4. 1.19 - Jessica GRACZYK (32 GA, 2416 min) - 1997-99 5. 1.26 - Jeanine FREDRICK (65 GA, 4644 min) - 1997-00 6. 1.29 - Jenny WILLIAMS (74 GA, 5156 min) - 2006-09 7. 1.38 - Kate BINDER (23 GA, 1497 min) - 1995-98 8. 1.51 - Jessica TALDONE (51 GA, 3034 min) - 2009-12 9. 1.91 - Jenny VARGAS (46 GA, 2162 min) - 1995-96 Most wins 1. 32 - Tiffany GROENE (32-20-8) - 2002-05 2. 24 - Lindsay DECHERT (24-15-3) - 2001-04 3. 21 - Jenny WILLIAMS (21-29-6) - 2006-09 4. 15 - Jeanine FREDRICK (15-4-1) - 1997-00 5. 11 - Kaylin LORBERT (11-16-11) - 2007-10 6. 7 - Jessica TALDONE (7-23-2) - 2009-12 7. 3 - Lynne GOEHLER (3-0-0) - 2001,03-04 3 - Emily HINTON (3-2-1) - 2012 9. 2 - Brittany O'DELL (2-1-0) - 2010-12 Most losses 1. 29 - Jenny WILLIAMS (21-29-6) - 2006-09 2. 23 - Jessica TALDONE (7-23-2) - 2009-12 3. 20 - Tiffany GROENE (32-20-8) - 2002-05 4. 16 - Kaylin LORBERT (11-16-11) - 2007-10 5. 15 - Lindsay DECHERT (24-15-3) - 2001-04 6. 4 - Jeanine FREDRICK (15-4-1) - 1997-00 7. 2 - Emily HINTON (3-2-1) - 2012 8. 1 - Kellie FLOYD (0-1-0) - 2004-07 1 - Brittany O'DELL (2-1-0) - 2010-12 Most ties 1. 11 - Kaylin LORBERT (11-16-11) - 2007-10 2. 8 - Tiffany GROENE (32-20-8) - 2002-05 3. 6 - Jenny WILLIAMS (21-29-6) - 2006-09 4. 3 - Lindsay DECHERT (24-15-3) - 2001-04 5. 2 - Jessica TALDONE (7-23-2) - 2009-12 6. 1 - Jeanine FREDRICK (15-4-1) - 1997-00 1 - Emily HINTON (3-2-1) - 2012 Most shutouts 1. 19.4 - Tiffany GROENE - 2002-05 2. 16 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006-09 3. 14 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2007-10 4. 10.8 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1997-00 10.5 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001-04 6. 5 - Jessica TALDONE - 2009-12 7. 4.9 - Jessica GRACZYK - 1997-99 8. 3.4 - Kate BINDER - 1995-98 9. 2.6 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995-96 2.5 - Angel GIANGIORGI - 1996 Games played 1. 86 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2002-05 86 - Lindsey HOLCOMB - 2002-05 3. 85 - Audra FRERICKS - 2001-04 85 - Morgan FRERICKS - 2002-05 5. 84 - Lee Ann LANGSFELD - 2002-05 84 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 7. 82 - Kellie FLOYD - 2004-07 82 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999-02 9. 81 - Rachel DORFMAN - 2001-04 81 - Trisha WALTER - 2003-06

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Career Records Goalie Games played 1. 71 - Tiffany GROENE - 2002-05 2. 68 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1997-00 3. 62 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001-04 4. 58 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006-09 5. 48 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2007-10 6. 44 - Jessica GRACZYK - 1997-99 7. 42 - Kate BINDER - 1995-98 8. 40 - Jessica TALDONE - 2009-12 9. 34 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995-96 10. 13 - Lynne GOEHLER - 2001,03-04 Games started 1. 85 - Audra FRERICKS - 2001-04 2. 84 - Lee Ann LANGSFELD - 2002-05 84 - Beth LIESEN - 2000-03 4. 82 - Lindsey HOLCOMB - 2002-05 5. 80 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999-02 80 - Heather ORY - 1995-98 7. 78 - Beth AUSSIN - 1995-98 78 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 78 - Sam BALEK - 2008-11 10. 76 - Carole GRIGGS - 1997-00 Goalie Games started 1. 57 - Tiffany GROENE - 2002-05 2. 54 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006-09 3. 52 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1997-00 4. 49 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001-04 5. 41 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2007-10 6. 31 - Jessica TALDONE - 2009-12 7. 26 - Jessica GRACZYK - 1997-99 26 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995-96 9. 13 - Kate BINDER - 1995-98 10. 5 - Emily HINTON - 2012 Minutes played 1. 7124 - Sam BALEK - 2008-11 2. 6272 - Hillary BLAKE - 2008-11 3. 6022 - Ashley SLOTA - 2005-08 4. 5754 - Kristin GERMANN - 2009-12 5. 5183 - Ashley STREID - 2008-12 6. 5156 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006-09 7. 4962 - Alexis MILLER - 2006-09 8. 4872 - Rachel HAMILTON - 2006-09 9. 4719 - Ashley ECK - 2008-11 10. 4584 - Erika PRAZMA - 2008-11 Goalie Minutes played 1. 5543 - Tiffany GROENE - 2002-05 2. 5150 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006-09 3. 4644 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1997-00 4. 3970 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2007-10 5. 3923 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001-04 6. 3027 - Jessica TALDONE - 2009-12 7. 2416 - Jessica GRACZYK - 1997-99 8. 2162 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995-96 9. 1497 - Kate BINDER - 1995-98 10. 479 - Angel GIANGIORGI - 1996

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Season Records Points 1. 52 - Tracie STROTHER (20g 12a) - 1996 2. 50 - Beth AUSSIN (18g 14a) - 1996 3. 49 - Beth LIESEN (20g 9a) - 2003 4. 41 - Beth LIESEN (18g 5a) - 2001 5. 33 - Beth LIESEN (15g 3a) - 2000 6. 27 - Beth AUSSIN (7g 13a) - 1997 7. 26 - Michelle STEINHAUS (10g 6a) - 2004 26 - Heather ORY (10g 6a) - 1997 26 - Beth LIESEN (9g 8a) - 2002 10. 25 - Cara LEMASTER (9g 7a) - 2002 Points per game (min. 5 games) 1. 2.48 - Tracie STROTHER (21 games) - 1996 2. 2.38 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1996 3. 2.23 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2003 4. 2.05 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2001 5. 1.65 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2000 6. 1.38 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 7. 1.29 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1997 8. 1.24 - Michelle STEINHAUS (21 games) - 2004 1.24 - Heather ORY (21 games) - 1997 10. 1.22 - Beth AUSSIN (18 games) - 1998 Goals 1. 20 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 20 - Tracie STROTHER - 1996 3. 18 - Beth AUSSIN - 1996 18 - Beth LIESEN - 2001 5. 15 - Beth LIESEN - 2000 6. 10 - Heather ORY - 1997 10 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2004 8. 9 - Beth AUSSIN - 1995 9 - Beth LIESEN - 2002 9 - Cara LEMASTER - 2002 9 - Tracie STROTHER - 1998 9 - Tracie STROTHER - 1997 9 - Ida HAKANSSON - 1999 9 - Trisha WALTER - 2004 Goals per game (min. 5 games) 1. 0.95 - Tracie STROTHER (21 games) - 1996 2. 0.91 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2003 3. 0.90 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2001 4. 0.86 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1996 5. 0.75 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2000 6. 0.56 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 7. 0.55 - Diane MARKUS (11 games) - 1997 8. 0.50 - Tracie STROTHER (18 games) - 1998 9. 0.48 - Michelle STEINHAUS (21 games) - 2004 0.48 - Heather ORY (21 games) - 1997 Game-winning goals 1. 9 - Beth LIESEN - 2001 2. 8 - Beth LIESEN - 2000 3. 7 - Tracie STROTHER - 1996 4. 6 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 5. 4 - Beth AUSSIN - 1996 6. 3 - Diane MARKUS - 1998 3 - Ashley STREID - 2010 3 - Cara LEMASTER - 1999 3 - Kristin GERMANN - 2010 3 - Beth AUSSIN - 1997 3 - Beth LIESEN - 2002 3 - Ida HAKANSSON - 1999

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3 - Trisha WALTER - 2004 3 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2006 3 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2007 3 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2005 3 - Michelle STEINHAUS - 2004 Assists 1. 16 - Devon BISSELL - 2001 2. 14 - Beth AUSSIN - 1996 3. 13 - Beth AUSSIN - 1997 4. 12 - Tracie STROTHER - 1996 12 - Beth AUSSIN - 1998 6. 10 - Devon BISSELL - 2000 10 - Audra FRERICKS - 2002 8. 9 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 9. 8 - Beth LIESEN - 2002 8 - Trisha WALTER - 2003 Assists per game (min. 5 games) 1. 0.80 - Devon BISSELL (20 games) - 2001 2. 0.67 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1996 0.67 - Beth AUSSIN (18 games) - 1998 4. 0.62 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1997 5. 0.57 - Tracie STROTHER (21 games) - 1996 6. 0.50 - Devon BISSELL (20 games) - 2000 7. 0.45 - Audra FRERICKS (22 games) - 2002 8. 0.41 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2003 9. 0.38 - Trisha WALTER (21 games) - 2003 10. 0.36 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2002 Shots attempted 1. 112 - Beth LIESEN (20 goals) - 2003 2. 80 - Beth LIESEN (15 goals) - 2000 3. 79 - Tracie STROTHER (20 goals) - 1996 4. 76 - Beth LIESEN (18 goals) - 2001 5. 75 - Beth LIESEN (9 goals) - 2002 6. 72 - Beth AUSSIN (18 goals) - 1996 7. 58 - Michelle STEINHAUS (10 goals) - 2004 8. 57 - Cara LEMASTER (9 goals) - 2002 9. 54 - Tracie STROTHER (9 goals) - 1998 10. 53 - Carole GRIGGS (3 goals) - 2000 53 - Beth AUSSIN (5 goals) - 1998 Shots per game (min. 5 games) 1. 5.09 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2003 2. 4.00 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2000 3. 3.80 - Beth LIESEN (20 games) - 2001 4. 3.76 - Tracie STROTHER (21 games) - 1996 5. 3.43 - Beth AUSSIN (21 games) - 1996 6. 3.41 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2002 7. 3.19 - Ida HAKANSSON (16 games) - 1999 8. 3.00 - Tracie STROTHER (18 games) - 1998 9. 2.94 - Beth AUSSIN (18 games) - 1998 10. 2.76 - Michelle STEINHAUS (21 games) - 2004

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Season Records Shots on goal 1. 50 - Beth LIESEN (20 goals) - 2003 2. 31 - Michelle STEINHAUS (5 goals) - 2006 3. 26 - Michelle STEINHAUS (8 goals) - 2007 4. 25 - Michelle STEINHAUS (10 goals) - 2004 5. 24 - Kellie FLOYD (4 goals) - 2006 24 - Trisha WALTER (3 goals) - 2005 24 - Kristin GERMANN (8 goals) - 2012 8. 21 - Ashley STREID (3 goals) - 2010 9. 20 - Sharyne CONNELL (6 goals) - 2004 20 - Kristin GERMANN (5 goals) - 2011 20 - Sharyne CONNELL (5 goals) - 2005 SOG per game (min. 5 games) 1. 2.27 - Beth LIESEN (22 games) - 2003 2. 1.55 - Michelle STEINHAUS (20 games) - 2006 3. 1.30 - Michelle STEINHAUS (20 games) - 2007 4. 1.26 - Kristin GERMANN (19 games) - 2012 5. 1.20 - Kellie FLOYD (20 games) - 2006 6. 1.19 - Michelle STEINHAUS (21 games) - 2004 7. 1.14 - Trisha WALTER (21 games) - 2005 8. 1.10 - Pam MELINAUSKAS (10 games) - 2006 9. 1.05 - Kristin GERMANN (19 games) - 2011 10. 1.05 - Ashley STREID (20 games) - 2010 Penalty kicks made 1. 3 - Kristin GERMANN - 2010 2. 2 - Kristin GERMANN - 2012 2 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 2 - Trisha WALTER - 2004 5. 1 - Laura RIDOLFI - 2009 1 - Kathleen HAYES - 2005 1 - Kristin GERMANN - 2011 1 - Kellie FLOYD - 2006 Penalty kick attempts 1. 3 - Kristin GERMANN - 2010 2. 2 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 2 - Trisha WALTER - 2004 2 - Kristin GERMANN - 2012 5. 1 - Kristin GERMANN - 2011 1 - Kathleen HAYES - 2005 1 - Kathleen HAYES - 2006 1 - Kellie FLOYD - 2006 1 - Laura RIDOLFI - 2009 1 - Audra FRERICKS - 2004 Saves 1. 132 - Jeanine FREDRICK (18 GA, 132 saves) - 2000 2. 107 - Lindsay DECHERT (15 GA, 107 saves) - 2001 3. 106 - Jessica TALDONE (20 GA, 106 saves) - 2011 4. 98 - Tiffany GROENE (26 GA, 98 saves) - 2004 5. 97 - Jenny VARGAS (26 GA, 97 saves) - 1995 6. 85 - Jessica TALDONE (27 GA, 85 saves) - 2012 7. 84 - Lindsay DECHERT (17 GA, 84 saves) - 2002 8. 80 - Jeanine FREDRICK (16 GA, 80 saves) - 1998 9. 79 - Jeanine FREDRICK (16 GA, 79 saves) - 1999 79 - Jessica GRACZYK (10 GA, 79 saves) - 1999

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Saves per game (min. 5 games) 1. 6.60 - Jeanine FREDRICK (20 games) - 2000 6.60 - Jenny WILLIAMS (10 games) - 2008 3. 6.55 - Kaylin LORBERT (11 games) - 2008 4. 5.92 - Lindsay DECHERT (13 games) - 2003 5. 5.89 - Jessica TALDONE (18 games) - 2011 6. 5.80 - Kaylin LORBERT (10 games) - 2009 7. 5.71 - Jeanine FREDRICK (14 games) - 1998 8. 5.35 - Lindsay DECHERT (20 games) - 2001 9. 5.27 - Jessica GRACZYK (15 games) - 1999 10. 5.11 - Jenny VARGAS (19 games) - 1995 Save percent (min. 50 saves) 1. .897 - Jessica GRACZYK (8 GA, 70 saves) - 1997 2. .888 - Jessica GRACZYK (10 GA, 79 saves) - 1999 3. .880 - Jeanine FREDRICK (18 GA, 132 saves) - 2000 4. .877 - Lindsay DECHERT (15 GA, 107 saves) - 2001 5. .866 - Kaylin LORBERT (9 GA, 58 saves) - 2009 6. .856 - Lindsay DECHERT (13 GA, 77 saves) - 2003 7. .854 - Kaylin LORBERT (12 GA, 70 saves) - 2010 8. .847 - Kaylin LORBERT (13 GA, 72 saves) - 2008 9. .841 - Jessica TALDONE (20 GA, 106 saves) - 2011 10. .835 - Jeanine FREDRICK (15 GA, 76 saves) - 1997 Goals against avg (min. 500 minutes) 1. 0.61 - Kaylin LORBERT (12 GA, 1763 min) - 2010 2. 0.68 - Jessica GRACZYK (8 GA, 1054 min) - 1997 3. 0.79 - Tiffany GROENE (17 GA, 1931 min) - 2005 4. 0.91 - Jeanine FREDRICK (18 GA, 1778 min) - 2000 5. 0.93 - Jenny WILLIAMS (19 GA, 1843 min) - 2006 6. 0.93 - Kaylin LORBERT (9 GA, 870 min) - 2009 7. 0.94 - Lindsay DECHERT (15 GA, 1434 min) - 2001 8. 1.02 - Tiffany GROENE (14 GA, 1239 min) - 2003 9. 1.04 - Lindsay DECHERT (17 GA, 1467 min) - 2002 10. 1.15 - Jessica GRACZYK (10 GA, 786 min) - 1999 Most wins 1. 15 - Jeanine FREDRICK (15-4-1) - 2000 2. 13 - Tiffany GROENE (13-6-2) - 2004 3. 11 - Lindsay DECHERT (11-6-0) - 2001 4. 10 - Lindsay DECHERT (10-6-1) - 2002 5. 9 - Tiffany GROENE (9-9-2) - 2005 6. 8 - Tiffany GROENE (8-3-3) - 2003 8 - Jenny WILLIAMS (8-6-4) - 2006 8 - Jenny WILLIAMS (8-9-0) - 2007 9. 6 - Kaylin LORBERT (6-7-5) - 2010 10. 4 - Jenny WILLIAMS (4-5-2) - 2009 4 - Jessica TALDONE (4-11-2) - 2011 Most losses 1. 11 - Jessica TALDONE (4-11-2) - 2011 2. 10 - Jessica TALDONE (2-10-0) - 2012 3. 9 - Jenny WILLIAMS (1-9-0) - 2008 9 - Jenny WILLIAMS (8-9-0) - 2007 9 - Tiffany GROENE (9-9-2) - 2005 6. 7 - Kaylin LORBERT (6-7-5) - 2010 7. 6 - Tiffany GROENE (13-6-2) - 2004 6 - Lindsay DECHERT (10-6-1) - 2002 6 - Lindsay DECHERT (11-6-0) - 2001 6 - Jenny WILLIAMS (8-6-4) - 2006

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Individual Season Records Most ties 1. 5 - Kaylin LORBERT (6-7-5) - 2010 2. 4 - Jenny WILLIAMS (8-6-4) - 2006 3. 3 - Tiffany GROENE (8-3-3) - 2003 3 - Kaylin LORBERT (3-3-3) - 2009 5. 2 - Jenny WILLIAMS (4-5-2) - 2009 2 - Lindsay DECHERT (3-3-2) - 2003 2 - Tiffany GROENE (9-9-2) - 2005 2 - Jessica TALDONE (4-11-2) - 2011 2 - Tiffany GROENE (13-6-2) - 2004 2 - Kaylin LORBERT (2-4-2) - 2008 Most shutouts 1. 9 - Tiffany GROENE - 2005 2. 8 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2010 3. 7 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006 4. 6.2 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 2000 5. 5.5 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2002 5 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2007 5 - Tiffany GROENE - 2004 5 - Jessica TALDONE - 2011 9. 4 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2009 4 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2008 Games played 1. 22 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2003 22 - Morgan FRERICKS - 2003 22 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 22 - Kim GARKIE - 2002 22 - Abby BOHNENSTIEHL - 2003 22 - Katie SIWICKE - 2002 22 - Rachel DORFMAN - 2003 22 - Lori STUTZMAN - 2003 22 - Rachel DORFMAN - 2002 22 - Lindsey HOLCOMB - 2002 22 - Audra FRERICKS - 2002 22 - Lee Ann LANGSFELD - 2002 22 - Audra FRERICKS - 2003 22 - Teri LaROCHE - 2003 22 - Lindsey HOLCOMB - 2003 22 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2002 22 - Cara LEMASTER - 2002 22 - Beth LIESEN - 2002 22 - Amy DIX - 2003 22 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2002 22 - Rebecca TRAEN - 2002 Goalie Games played 1. 22 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2002 2. 21 - Tiffany GROENE - 2005 21 - Tiffany GROENE - 2004 4. 20 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001 20 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 2000 6. 19 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006 19 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2010 19 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995 9. 18 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1999 18 - Jessica TALDONE - 2011

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Games started 1. 22 - Cara LEMASTER - 2002 22 - Lee Ann LANGSFELD - 2002 22 - Rachel DORFMAN - 2002 22 - Beth LIESEN - 2002 22 - Beth LIESEN - 2003 22 - Audra FRERICKS - 2002 22 - Rebecca TRAEN - 2002 22 - Lindsey HOLCOMB - 2003 22 - Audra FRERICKS - 2003 22 - Sharyne CONNELL - 2003 22 - Rachel DORFMAN - 2003 22 - Morgan FRERICKS - 2003 Goalie Games started 1. 21 - Tiffany GROENE - 2005 2. 20 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001 20 - Tiffany GROENE - 2004 20 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 2000 5. 19 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2010 19 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006 7. 18 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2002 8. 16 - Jessica TALDONE - 2011 9. 15 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2007 10. 14 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 1998 14 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995 Minutes played 1. 1924 - Hillary BLAKE - 2009 2. 1907 - Sam BALEK - 2009 3. 1887 - Sam BALEK - 2010 4. 1867 - Hillary BLAKE - 2010 5. 1842 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006 6. 1806 - AJ BREWER - 2006 7. 1764 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2010 8. 1753 - Ashley SLOTA - 2007 9. 1721 - Erika PRAZMA - 2010 10. 1712 - Karisa BRENNER - 2006 Goalie Minutes played 1. 1930 - Tiffany GROENE - 2005 2. 1841 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2006 3. 1778 - Jeanine FREDRICK - 2000 4. 1769 - Tiffany GROENE - 2004 5. 1761 - Kaylin LORBERT - 2010 6. 1493 - Jessica TALDONE - 2011 7. 1467 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2002 8. 1434 - Lindsay DECHERT - 2001 9. 1421 - Jenny WILLIAMS - 2007 10. 1308 - Jenny VARGAS - 1995

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Team Season Records Points 1. 192 (67g 58a) - 1996 2. 143 (50g 43a) - 2003 143 (48g 47a) - 2002 4. 128 (45g 38a) - 2001 5. 118 (42g 34a) - 1995 6. 117 (39g 39a) - 2000 7. 110 (39g 32a) - 2004 8. 103 (36g 31a) - 1998 103 (36g 31a) - 1997 10. 80 (29g 22a) - 1999

Assists 1. 58 - 1996 2. 47 - 2002 3. 43 - 2003 4. 39 - 2000 5. 38 - 2001 6. 34 - 1995 7. 32 - 2004 8. 31 - 1998 31 - 1997 10. 26 - 2007

Points per game 1. 9.14 (21 games) - 1996 2. 6.50 (22 games) - 2003 6.50 (22 games) - 2002 4. 6.40 (20 games) - 2001 5. 5.90 (20 games) - 1995 6. 5.85 (20 games) - 2000 7. 5.72 (18 games) - 1998 8. 5.24 (21 games) - 2004 9. 4.90 (21 games) - 1997 10. 4.00 (20 games) - 1999

Assists per game 1. 2.76 (21 games) - 1996 2. 2.14 (22 games) - 2002 3. 1.95 (22 games) - 2003 4. 1.95 (20 games) - 2000 5. 1.90 (20 games) - 2001 6. 1.72 (18 games) - 1998 7. 1.70 (20 games) - 1995 8. 1.52 (21 games) - 2004 9. 1.48 (21 games) - 1997 10. 1.30 (20 games) - 2007

Goals 1. 67 - 1996 2. 50 - 2003 3. 48 - 2002 4. 45 - 2001 5. 42 - 1995 6. 39 - 2000 39 - 2004 8. 36 - 1998 36 - 1997 10. 29 - 1999

Shots attempted 1. 389 (67 goals) - 1996 2. 376 (48 goals) - 2002 3. 374 (39 goals) - 2000 4. 366 (50 goals) - 2003 5. 335 (39 goals) - 2004 6. 317 (45 goals) - 2001 7. 314 (42 goals) - 1995 8. 303 (29 goals) - 1999 9. 287 (21 goals) - 2006 10. 261 (36 goals) - 1998 261 (36 goals) - 1997

Goals per game 1. 3.19 (21 games) - 1996 2. 2.27 (22 games) - 2003 3. 2.25 (20 games) - 2001 4. 2.18 (22 games) - 2002 5. 2.10 (20 games) - 1995 6. 2.00 (18 games) - 1998 7. 1.95 (20 games) - 2000 8. 1.86 (21 games) - 2004 9. 1.71 (21 games) - 1997 10. 1.45 (20 games) - 1999 Game-winning goals 1. 16 - 1996 2. 15 - 2000 3. 14 - 2001 4. 13 - 2004 5. 12 - 2002 6. 11 - 2003 11 - 1999 8. 10 - 1997 10 - 1998 10. 9 - 2005

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Shots per game 1. 18.70 (20 games) - 2000 2. 18.52 (21 games) - 1996 3. 17.09 (22 games) - 2002 4. 16.64 (22 games) - 2003 5. 15.95 (21 games) - 2004 6. 15.85 (20 games) - 2001 7. 15.70 (20 games) - 1995 8. 15.15 (20 games) - 1999 9. 14.50 (18 games) - 1998 10. 14.35 (20 games) - 2006 Shots on goal 1. 161 (50 goals) - 2003 2. 139 (39 goals) - 2004 3. 136 (21 goals) - 2006 4. 113 (26 goals) - 2007 5. 111 (18 goals) - 2005 6. 95 (15 goals) - 2010 95 (23 goals) - 2009 8. 94 (20 goals) - 2012 9. 86 (14 goals) - 2011 10. 69 (9 goals) - 2008

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Team Season Records SOG per game 1. 7.32 (22 games) - 2003 2. 6.80 (20 games) - 2006 3. 6.62 (21 games) - 2004 4. 5.65 (20 games) - 2007 5. 5.29 (21 games) - 2005 6. 4.95 (19 games) - 2012 7. 4.75 (20 games) - 2009 8. 4.53 (19 games) - 2011 9. 4.52 (21 games) - 2010 10. 3.63 (19 games) - 2008

Save percent 1. .876 (20 GA, 141 saves) - 2000 2. .864 (21 GA, 133 saves) - 2001 3. .863 (24 GA, 151 saves) - 1997 4. .862 (26 GA, 162 saves) - 1999 5. .838 (27 GA, 140 saves) - 2003 6. .838 (23 GA, 119 saves) - 2009 7. .837 (16 GA, 82 saves) - 2010 .837 (24 GA, 123 saves) - 2011 9. .815 (32 GA, 141 saves) - 1998 10. .812 (33 GA, 143 saves) - 2008

Penalty kicks made 1. 3 - 2010 2. 2 - 2004 2 - 2012 2 - 2003 5. 1 - 2009 1 - 2005 1 - 2006 1 - 2011

Goals against avg 1. 0.71 (16 GA, 2014 min) - 2010 2. 0.79 (17 GA, 1940 min) - 2005 3. 0.95 (20 GA, 1899 min) - 2000 4. 0.98 (21 GA, 1934 min) - 2006 5. 1.04 (21 GA, 1821 min) - 2001 6. 1.07 (24 GA, 2015 min) - 1997 7. 1.08 (23 GA, 1924 min) - 2009 8. 1.16 (27 GA, 2103 min) - 2003 9. 1.22 (24 GA, 1764 min) - 2011 10. 1.25 (27 GA, 1940 min) - 2004

Penalty kick attempts 1. 3 - 2010 3 - 2004 3. 2 - 2006 2 - 2003 2 - 2012 6. 1 - 2011 1 - 2009 1 - 2005 Saves 1. 162 (26 GA, 162 saves) - 1999 2. 151 (24 GA, 151 saves) - 1997 3. 143 (33 GA, 143 saves) - 2008 4. 141 (32 GA, 141 saves) - 1998 141 (36 GA, 141 saves) - 1995 141 (20 GA, 141 saves) - 2000 7. 140 (27 GA, 140 saves) - 2003 8. 133 (21 GA, 133 saves) - 2001 9. 123 (24 GA, 123 saves) - 2011 10. 119 (23 GA, 119 saves) - 2009 Saves per game 1. 8.10 (20 games) - 1999 2. 7.83 (18 games) - 1998 3. 7.53 (19 games) - 2008 4. 7.19 (21 games) - 1997 5. 7.05 (20 games) - 2000 7.05 (20 games) - 1995 7. 6.65 (20 games) - 2001 8. 6.47 (19 games) - 2011 9. 6.36 (22 games) - 2003 10. 5.95 (20 games) - 2009

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Most wins 1. 16 (16-5-0) - 1996 2. 15 (15-4-1) - 2000 3. 14 (14-6-1) - 1997 14 (14-6-0) - 2001 5. 13 (13-6-2) - 2004 6. 12 (12-8-2) - 2002 7. 11 (11-9-0) - 1999 11 (11-6-5) - 2003 9. 10 (10-7-1) - 1998 10. 9 (9-9-2) - 2005 Most losses 1. 13 (3-13-2) - 2008 2. 12 (6-12-1) - 2012 12 (5-12-2) - 2011 4. 11 (8-11-1) - 2007 11 (8-11-1) - 1995 6. 9 (11-9-0) - 1999 9 (7-9-5) - 2010 9 (9-9-2) - 2005 9. 8 (12-8-2) - 2002 8 (7-8-5) - 2009 Most ties 1. 5 (7-8-5) - 2009 5 (11-6-5) - 2003 5 (7-9-5) - 2010 4. 4 (8-7-4) - 2006 5. 2 (12-8-2) - 2002 2 (9-9-2) - 2005 2 (13-6-2) - 2004 2 (5-12-2) - 2011 2 (3-13-2) - 2008 10. 1 (15-4-1) - 2000 1 (8-11-1) - 1995 1 (10-7-1) - 1998 1 (8-11-1) - 2007 1 (6-12-1) - 2012 1 (14-6-1) - 1997

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER Team Season Records Most shutouts 1. 10 - 2005 2. 9 - 2010 3. 8 - 2004 4. 7 - 2006 7 - 2002 7 - 1996 7 - 2000 8. 6 - 2007 6 - 2011 6 - 2009

Minutes played 1. 22206 - 2010 2. 21353 - 2006 3. 21163 - 2009 4. 20119 - 2007 5. 19437 - 2008 6. 19242 - 2011 7. 18914 - 2012 8. 12137 - 2005 9. 9162 - 2004 10. 2730 - 2003

Games played 1. 22 - 2003 22 - 2002 3. 21 - 1997 21 - 2005 21 - 2010 21 - 1996 21 - 2004 8. 20 - 1999 20 - 2001 20 - 1995 20 - 2007 20 - 2000 20 - 2006 20 - 2009

Goalie Minutes played 1. 2093 - 2003 2. 2076 - 2002 3. 2015 - 1997 4. 2011 - 2010 5. 1980 - 1996 6. 1939 - 2005 7. 1933 - 2004 8. 1931 - 2006 9. 1922 - 2009 10. 1899 - 2000

Goalie Games played 1. 22 - 2003 22 - 2002 3. 21 - 2010 21 - 1997 21 - 2005 21 - 1996 21 - 2004 8. 20 - 2009 20 - 2006 20 - 2000 20 - 2007 20 - 2001 20 - 1999 20 - 1995 Games started 1. 22 - 2002 2. 21 - 1997 21 - 1996 4. 20 - 2001 20 - 1999 20 - 1995 20 - 2000 8. 18 - 1998 Goalie Games started 1. 22 - 2002 2. 21 - 1997 21 - 1996 4. 20 - 2000 20 - 1995 20 - 1999 20 - 2001 8. 18 - 1998

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER History Database Names List ANCHETA, Maureen ... 1995 ANTESBERGER, Erica ... 1996-97 AUSSIN, Beth ... 1995-98 AYALA, Alma ... 1996-98 BALEK, Sam ... 2008-11 BARNES, Wendy ... 2004 BINDER, Kate ... 1995-98 BISSELL, Devon ... 1999-01 BLAKE, Hillary ... 2008-11 BLAKE, Jessica ... 2008-11 BOCK, Jenny ... 2004,06-07 BOHNENSTIEHL, Abby ... 2003-06 BOSLEY, Tiffanie ... 1995-97 BOYER, Cathy ... 1996-98 BRENNER, Bailey ... 2004-05 BRENNER, Karisa ... 2004-07 BREWER, AJ ... 2006-07 BURKE, Caitlin ... 2009 BURKE, Jessica ... 2005 CAMERON, Monica ... 1997-99 CAMPBELL, Ellen ... 2010 CARTER, Madison ... 2011-12 CECH, Jennifer ... 1996-98 CIBULA, Amy ... 1997 CONNELL, Sharyne ... 2002-05 DEACON, Karlee ... 2012 DECHERT, Lindsay ... 2001-04 DeCLARK, Kristy ... 2005-06 DELVECCHIO, Theresa ... 2000 DETHORNE, Paige ... 2012 DIECKHOFF, Sara ... 1995-96 DIETZ, Cassidi ... 2010 DIX, Amy ... 2003-04 DORAN, Kayla ... 2009-10 DORFMAN, Rachel ... 2001-04 DRUM, Andrea ... 1998-99 ECK, Ashley ... 2008-11 EISENHAUER, Caitlyn ... 2007 ELKE, Joanna ... 1996-98 FALLER, Missy ... 2007 FARRELLY, Elise ... 2008-10 FIGEL, Sara ... 1997-98 FISHER, Kathleen ... 1995 FISHER, Sara ... 2001 FLOYD, Kellie ... 2004-07 FLYNN, Danielle ... 2007-10 FREDRICK, Jeanine ... 1997-00 FRERICKS, Audra ... 2001-04 FRERICKS, Morgan ... 2002-05 FRIEND, Kelsie ... 2011-12 GABRIS, Maggie ... 2006 GARKIE, Kim ... 2002-05 GARRISON, Vicky ... 2003-06 GEHRKE, Jean ... 1999 GENENBACHER, Kimberl ... 2000-02 GERMANN, Kristin ... 2009-12 GIANGIORGI, Angel ... 1996 GILBERT, Kelly ... 1996-97 GOEHLER, Lynne ... 2001,03-04 GRACZYK, Jessica ... 1997-99 GREENE, Caitlin ... 2010-12 GRIGGS, Carole ... 1997-00 GROENE, Tiffany ... 2002-05 GUTIERREZ, Olivia ... 2011 HAKANSSON, Ida ... 1999 HAMILTON, Rachel ... 2006-09 HAWKINS, Molly ... 2012 HAYES, Kathleen ... 2004-07 HENDRICKSON, Courtne ... 1995 HICKMAN, Briana ... 2012 HINTON, Emily ... 2012 HOFFMANN, Wendee ... 2000 HOHN, Stephanie ... 1997 HOLCOMB, Lindsey ... 2002-05 HOLCOMB, Rebecca ... 2007-08

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HOPPENSTEADT, Lauren ... 2010-12 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, Samantha ... 2006-09 KOUDELKA, Amy ... 1997-98 KRAUS, Kirsten ... 2006 KWIATEK, Tammy ... 1997 LAKIE, Allie ... 2011-12 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 ... 2007-10 MACUMBER, Michelle ... 1996-97 MACUMBER, Shelly ... 1998 MAGDA, Kristina ... 2008 MAIORANO, Katie ... 1995 MANSER, Terri ... 1999-02 MARINO, Lindsey ... 2012 MARKUS, Diane ... 1995-98 MASSARELLA, Michelle ... 1998-99 MCDERMOTT, Megan ... 2002 MCKORKLE, Brittani ... 2012 MCNALLY, Erin ... 1995 MELINAUSKAS, Pam ... 2005-08 MEYER, Jennifer ... 1995 MEYER, Katy ... 2000-01 MILLER, Alexis ... 2006-09 MILLER, Hannah ... 2012 MOMBERGER, Lauren ... 2011 MORGAN, Jessie ... 2009-12 NAVEJAS, Bianca ... 2012 NOWAK, Jill ... 2002-05 O'CONNELL, Brooke ... 1998-01 O'DELL, Brittany ... 2010-12 O'MALLEY, Heather ... 1996-97 OBRADOVICH, Kim ... 1996 OLSON, Kelly ... 1998-99 ORY, Heather ... 1995-98 PANTUSCO, Lynn ... 1997 PERRY, Toni ... 2002 POURCH, Valerie ... 1995-96,98-99 PRAZMA, Erika ... 2008-11 QUARRY, Rachelle ... 2000 QUITER, Katie ... 1998-01 RADLOFF, Meagan ... 2011-12 RALL, Samantha ... 2010 RANDALL, Lauren ... 2004-05 RAWLINGS, Krystal ... 2000 RHINES, Melissa ... 1998-01 RIDOLFI, Laura ... 2006-09 RINER, Jessica ... 2004-05 ROESCH, Amanda ... 2003 ROGERS, Lindsay ... 2001 ROTH, Courtney ... 1999 ROUMAYAH, Samantha ... 2012 RUSK, Lauren ... 2011-12 RUSK, Sarah ... 2007-10 RYON, Meghan ... 2004-07 SCHWARTING, Jade ... 2011 SHAW, Laura ... 2004-05 SHEAR, Cassie ... 2006-09 SILL, Brooke ... 2011-12 SINGER, Bridget ... 2011 SIWICKE, Katie ... 2001-02 SLOTA, Ashley ... 2005-08

SMITH, McKenzie ... 2000-01 SMITH, Nicole ... 1998 SOMERS, Sophie ... 2007 STEC, Michelle ... 1996-97 STEINHAUS, Michelle ... 2004-07 STELZNER, Christina ... 1996 STREID, Ashley ... 2008-12 STROTHER, Tracie ... 1995-98 STUTZMAN, Lori ... 2000-03 SULLIVAN, Kaitlin ... 2007-10 TALDONE, Jessica ... 2009-12 TISCHHAUSER, Megan ... 2002 TRAEN, Rebecca ... 2000-02 VARGAS, Jenny ... 1995-96 VOGEL, Brenna ... 2010-12 WALLACE, Ellen ... 1996-99 WALSH, Jeanne ... 1995-96 WALTER, Trisha ... 2003-06 WAMPLER, Jenna ... 2010-11 WILKENING, Lindsey ... 2005-08 WILLIAMS, Jenny ... 2006-09 WILLIAMSON, Kendra ... 1995-97 ZABROSKY, Kristy ... 1998-01 ZIEMBA, Angela ... 2007 ZUNIGA, Crystal ... 2000,02

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time vs Opponents AKRON ... 0-1 Air Force ! ... 0-1 Arkansas- Little Rock ... 3-0 Austin Peay ... 6-3-2 Ball State ... 1-1 Belmont ... 2-1 Bowling Green ... 2-3-1 Butler ... 0-2 Cleveland State ... 2-0 Colorado# ... 0-1 Creighton ... 2-3 Dayton ... 0-2 DePaul ... 5-2-1 Denver# ... 0-1 Drake ... 0-1 Eastern Kentucky ... 6-3 Eastern Michigan ... 6-8 Evansville ... 4-8-2 Green Bay ... 2-0-2 Harris-Stowe ... 2-0 IUPUI ... 4-0-1 Idaho State# ... 1-0 Illinois ... 2-3 Illinois State ... 4-9 Indiana State ... 6-4-2 Iowa ... 0-1 Iowa State ... 2-0-1 Jacksonville State ... 7-3-1 Kansas ... 1-1 Lewis University ... 1-1 Loyola (IL) ... 7-5-1 Marquette# ... 0-2 Memphis ... 1-2 Miami (OH) ... 0-2 Middle Tennessee ... 6-1 Missouri ... 0-5 Missouri State ... 6-5-1 Missouri-St. Louis# ... 0-1 Morehead State ... 11-5-3 Murray State ... 7-4-4 Nebraska ... 0-1 North Dakota State# ... 1-0 North Texas# ... 1-1 Northern Illinois ... 1-3-1 Northern Iowa ... 3-2-1 Notre Dame # ... 0-3 Oakland# ... 0-1 Oral Roberts ... 1-0 Pepperdine ! ... 0-1 Purdue ... 0-4 Quincy# ... 0-1 SIUE ... 0-4-1 Saint Louis ... 1-1 Samford% ... 3-5-1 Southeast Missouri ... 11-5-2

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Tennessee Tech ... 15-3-4 Texas# ... 0-1 Toledo ... 1-1 UMKC ... 0-1 UT Martin ... 12-5-1 UTEP# ... 0-1 Valparaiso ... 7-3-1 Western Illinois ... 9-4-2 Western Kentucky ... 0-2 Western Michigan ... 1-0 Wisconsin# ... 0-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee# ... 1-0 Wright State ... 0-2

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 1995 Season Date 09/02/1995 09/03/1995 09/09/1995 09/10/1995 09/13/1995 09/16/1995 09/17/1995 09/20/1995 09/24/1995 09/27/1995 10/01/1995 10/04/1995 10/07/1995 10/08/1995 10/14/1995 10/15/1995 10/20/1995 10/22/1995 10/27/1995 10/28/1995

Opponent at Toledo at Loyola (IL) IOWA STATE HARRIS-STOWE at Northern Illinois at Harris-Stowe SIU EDWARDSVILLE EVANSVILLE at Marquette LEWIS UNIVERSITY TOLEDO at SIU Edwardsville at Missouri-St. Louis# vs Quincy# at Arkansas-Little Rock at Memphis VALPARAISO at Eastern Michigan at Kansas% vs North Texas%

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

Attend -

Site Toledo, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. DeKalb, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill Milwaukee, Wis. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Edwardsville, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Charleston, Ill. Ypsilanti, Mich. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

Notes

# Missouri-St. Louis Tournament - St. Louis, Mo. % Kansas Tournament - Lawrence, Kan.

Overall: 8-11-1 • Conference: 0-0 • Home: 4-3 • Away: 4-6-1 • Neutral: 0-2

All-Time Results Results for 1996 Season Date 08/31/1996 09/07/1996 09/08/1996 09/11/1996 09/14/1996 09/15/1996 09/20/1996 09/22/1996 09/27/1996 10/04/1996 * 10/06/1996 10/12/1996 10/13/1996 * 10/18/1996 10/20/1996 10/23/1996 * 10/27/1996 * 10/30/1996 * 11/02/1996 11/07/1996 11/08/1996

Opponent LOYOLA at Middle Tennessee at Tennessee Tech at Lewis University vs North Dakota State# at Iowa State EASTERN MICHIGAN ARKANSAS- LITTLE ROCK NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Dayton MISSOURI STATE DEPAUL WESTERN MICHIGAN CREIGHTON MEMPHIS at Evansville at Valparaiso at Saint Louis at Illinois State vs Valparaiso% vs Creighton%

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Score 3-1 4-1 3-0 7-6 5-0 2-0 4-3 ot 5-3 4-1 1-3 1-0 4-0 3-1 ot 2-3 0-1 1-4 4-0 3-2 ot 4-1 6-0 1-3

Attend 160 108 100 200 104 100 107 126 102 108 112 142 140 140 118 176 120 139 150 109 100

Site Charleston, Ill. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Romeoville, Ill. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Dayton, Ohio. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Valparaiso, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Normal, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Evansville, Ind.

Notes

# Iowa State Tournament - Ames, Iowa % Missouri Valley Tournament - Evansville, Ind.

Overall: 16-5 • Conference: 4-1 • Home: 7-2 • Away: 7-2 • Neutral: 2-1

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 1997 Season Date 08/31/1997 09/05/1997 09/07/1996 09/13/1997 09/17/1997 09/21/1997 09/24/1997 09/26/1997 09/28/1997 10/01/1997 10/05/1997 10/08/1997 * 10/12/1997 * 10/15/1997 10/18/1997 10/19/1997 * 10/24/1997 * 10/26/1997 * 10/31/1997 11/07/1997 11/09/1997

Opponent KANSAS vs Marquette# at Wisconsin# MIDDLE TENNESSEE at Illinois DAYTON at Loyola WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY at Memphis at Saint Louis at Eastern Michigan at DePaul ILLINOIS STATE at Evansville TENNESSEE TECH WESTERN ILLINOIS CREIGHTON VALPARAISO at Missouri State at Missouri State% vs Evansville%

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

Attend 180 428 110 839 145 172 149 117 354 107 100 130 127 210 175 106 107 125 200 174

Site Charleston, Ill. Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis. Charleston, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Ypsilanti, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Springfield, Mo. Springfield, Mo. Springfield, Mo.

Notes

Evansville wins on PK's, 5-4

# Wisconsin Tournament- Madison, Wisconsin % Missouri Valley Conference Tournament- Springfield, Mo.

Overall: 14-6-1 • Conference: 4-1 • Home: 7-2 • Away: 7-3 • Neutral: 0-1-1

All-Time Results Results for 1998 Season Date 09/01/1998 * 09/05/1998 * 09/06/1998 09/11/1998 09/13/1998 * 09/19/1998 09/23/1998 09/26/1998 09/27/1998 * 10/02/1998 * 10/04/1998 * 10/10/1998 * 10/11/1998 * 10/16/1998 10/18/1998 * 10/23/1998 * 10/25/1998 10/29/1998

Opponent at Wisconsin- Green Bay at Middle Tennessee at Tennessee Tech at Western Illinois LOYOLA UT MARTIN ILLINOIS vs Purdue# at Wisconsin-Milwaukee# at Valparaiso at Illinois State ARKANSAS- LITTLE ROCK MOREHEAD STATE at Creighton EASTERN MICHIGAN EVANSVILLE MISSOURI STATE vs Missouri State%

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Score 2-1 2-1 0-1 ot 0-1 0-1 7-1 4-2 2-5 2-1 ot 1-1 1-0 4-2 3-1 0-6 2-1 ot 1-3 4-1 1-3

Attend 106 105 109 107 138 119 253 200 453 100 200 105 105 147 112 103 102 109

Site Green Bay, Wis. Murfreesboro, Tenn Cookeville, Tenn. Macomb, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill Charleston, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Valparaiso, Ind. Normal, Ill Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Illinois Omaha, Neb. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill Charleston,Ill. Evansville, Ind.

Notes

# Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panther Showcase- Milwaukee, Wis. % Missouri Valley Conference Match- Evansville, Ind.

Overall: 10-7-1 • Conference: 6-3-1 • Home: 6-2 • Away: 4-3-1 • Neutral: 0-2

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 1999 Season Date 08/27/1999 08/29/1999 09/03/1999 09/05/1999 09/10/1999 09/12/1999 09/17/1999 09/19/1999 * 09/25/1999 09/28/1999 * 10/01/1999 * 10/03/1999 10/08/1999 10/10/1999 10/17/1999 10/22/1999 * 10/29/1999 * 10/31/1999 11/06/1999 11/07/1999

Opponent at Tennessee Tech at Illinois WESTERN ILLINOIS at Eastern Michigan vs Oakland# vs Texas# vs Air Force ! vs Pepperdine ! at Morehead State ILLINOIS STATE MIDDLE TENNESSEE TENNESSEE TECH at Loyola (IL) at Missouri State CREIGHTON at Evansville at UT Martin SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE% TENNESSEE TECH%

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

Attend 175 583 107 137 150 150 107 108 227 109 147 147 107 279 108 229 103 138 148 348

Site Cookeville, Tenn. Champaign, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Ypsilanti, Mich. Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Morehead, Ky. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Springfield, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Martin, Tenn. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill.

Notes *** Didnt count as an OVC Match

# Wisconsin Tournament- Madison, Wis. ! Creighton Tournament- Omaha, Neb. % Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Charleston, Ill.

Overall: 11-9 • Conference: 5-0 • Home: 7-1 • Away: 4-4 • Neutral: 0-4

All-Time Results Results for 2000 Season Date 08/25/2000 08/27/2000 09/01/2000 09/03/2000 09/09/2000 09/10/2000 09/15/2000 * 09/17/2000 09/20/2000 09/24/2000 09/27/2000 * 09/29/2000 10/05/2000 * 10/08/2000 * 10/13/2000 10/15/2000 10/20/2000 * 10/22/2000 10/28/2000 10/29/2000

Opponent ILLINOIS at Indiana State at DePaul at Northern Iowa vs Idaho State# at Western Illinois# VALPARAISO UT MARTIN at Evansville ORAL ROBERTS MISSOURI STATE MOREHEAD STATE at Middle Tennessee TENNESSEE TECH at Southeast Missouri State at IUPUI LOYOLA at Murray State MOREHEAD STATE% TENNESSEE TECH%

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

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Attend 208 250 174 101 103 136 105 104 110 140 106 107 116 104 180 175 139 275 222 206

Site Charleston, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. Chicago, Ill. Cedar Falls, Iowa. Macomb, Ill. Macomb, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Charleston, Ill Cape Girardeau Indianapolis, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Murray, Ky. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill.

Notes

# Western Illinois Westerwind Classic- Macomb, Ill. % Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Charleston, Ill.

Overall: 15-4-1 • Conference: 5-0 • Home: 7-2-1 • Away: 7-2 • Neutral: 1-0

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2001 Season Date 08/31/2001 09/02/2001 09/07/2001 09/09/2001 09/18/2001 09/23/2001 09/28/2001 09/30/2001 * 10/05/2001 10/07/2001 * 10/12/2001 10/14/2001 * 10/19/2001 * 10/21/2001 * 10/26/2001 10/28/2001 11/04/2001 11/09/2001 11/11/2001 p 11/16/2001

Opponent at Valparaiso at Loyola INDIANA STATE EASTERN MICHIGAN DEPAUL at Middle Tennessee WESTERN ILLINOIS NORTHERN IOWA SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE IUPUI MURRAY STATE at Illinois State at Tennessee Tech at UT Martin at Morehead State at Missouri State at Missouri vs Tennessee Tech% at Southeast Missouri % at Notre Dame$

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

Attend 279 325 147 127 105 136 107 161 107 117 181 248 134 120 105 106 369 175 435 -

Site Valparaiso, Ind. Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Normal, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Morehead, Ky. Springfield, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau, Mo. South Bend, Ind.

Notes

% Ohio Valley Tournament- Cape Girardeau, Mo. $ NCAA Tournament- South Bend, Ind.

Overall: 14-6 • Conference: 4-1 • Home: 6-2 • Away: 7-4 • Neutral: 1-0

All-Time Results Results for 2002 Season Date 08/30/2002 09/01/2002 09/08/2002 09/10/2002 09/13/2002 09/15/2002 09/20/2002 09/22/2002 09/25/2002 09/29/2002 * 10/04/2002 10/06/2002 * 10/11/2002 * 10/13/2002 * 10/18/2002 10/20/2002 * 10/25/2002 * 10/27/2002 11/01/2002 11/08/2002 11/10/2002 p 11/05/2002

Opponent at Illinois State MIDDLE TENNESSEE BOWLING GREEN at Indiana State MISSOURI STATE at Eastern Michigan at Colorado# vs #21 Denver# EVANSVILLE LOYOLA at Southeast Missouri State VALPARAISO at Austin Peay at Murray State TENNESSEE TECH at Western Illinois UT MARTIN MOREHEAD STATE at Illinois vs UT Martin% at Southeast Missouri State% vs Purdue$

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

Attend 209 102 116 106 106 113 389 ot 227 112 104 367 104 143 257 108 243 101 108 305 118 o2 535 o2 100

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Site Normal, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Ypsilanti, Mich Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Clarksville, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Charleston, Ill. Macomb,Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. South Bend, Ind.

Notes

EIU wins on Pk 4-3. Purdue wins 3-1 in Pk's.

# Colorado Soccer Classic- Boulder, Colo. % Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Cape Girardeau, Mo. $ NCAA Tournament- South Bend, Ind.

Overall: 12-8-2 • Conference: 4-1-1 • Home: 7-1-1 • Away: 4-5-1 • Neutral: 1-2

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2003 Season Date 08/29/2003 09/02/2003 09/05/2003 09/07/2003 09/10/2003 09/14/2003 09/19/2003 09/21/2003 09/24/2003 09/28/2003 * 10/03/2003 * 10/05/2003 * 10/10/2003 * 10/12/2003 * 10/17/2003 * 10/19/2003 * 10/24/2003 10/26/2003 * 10/31/2003 ^ 11/07/2003 ^ 11/09/2003 $p 11/14/2003

Opponent WESTERN ILLINOIS at Illinois State at Bowling Green at Loyola (IL) INDIANA STATE EASTERN MICHIGAN at Missouri MISSOURI STATE at Evansville at Valparaiso at Morehead State TENNESSEE TECH JACKSONVILLE STATE SAMFORD at Murray State at UT Martin at Southeast Missouri at DePaul AUSTIN PEAY vs Jacksonville State% at Samford% vs Missouri$

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Score 6-0 0-1 4-2 3-2 1-1 1-2 2-3 3-1 1-1 2-3 4-0 2-1 1-1 3-1 4-1 3-3 3-0 1-2 4-0 1-0 1-1 0-1

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Attend 103 113 126 350 107 144 468 140 189 183 85 150 110 200 103 82 247 290 200 134 864 873

Site Charleston, IL Normal, IL Bowling Green, Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Columbia, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Valparaiso, Ind. Morehead, Ky. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston Ill. Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Birmingham, Al. Birmingham, AL Columbia, Mo.

Notes

EIU wins 5-4 on Pk's

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Birmingham, Ala. $ NCAA Tournament- South Bend, Ind.

Overall: 11-6-5 • Conference: 6-0-2 • Home: 5-1-2 • Away: 5-4-3 • Neutral: 1-1

All-Time Results Results for 2004 Season Date 08/27/2004 08/29/2004 09/03/2004 09/05/2004 09/10/2004 09/12/2004 09/18/2004 * 09/24/2004 * 09/26/2004 * 10/01/2004 10/03/2004 * 10/08/2004 * 10/10/2004 * 10/15/2004 * 10/17/2004 * 10/22/2004 10/24/2004 10/27/2004 + 11/05/2004 + 11/07/2004 !p 11/12/2004

Opponent EVANSVILLE at Notre Dame at Nebraska BOWLING GREEN DEPAUL at Indiana State ILLINOIS STATE at Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech MOREHEAD STATE LOYOLA (IL) at Jacksonville State at Samford MURRAY STATE UT MARTIN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI at Missouri State at Western Illinois vs Murray State% at Samford% at Notre Dame #

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Score Attend Site 2-0 140 Charleston, Ill. 0-3 805 South Bend, IN 0-4 548 Lincoln, NE 2-0 125 Charleston, IL 3-2 250 Charleston, IL 3-1 159 Terre Haute, IN 1-3 151 Charleston, IL 2-0 219 Clarksville, TN 2-2 o2 113 Cookeville, TN 4-0 74 Charleston, IL 0-0 o2 133 Charleston, IL 0-1 412 Jacksonville, AL 1-0 243 Birmingham, Ala. 2-0 313 Charleston, IL 3-1 234 Charleston, IL 2-1 ot 240 Charleston, IL 0-2 212 Springfield, Mo. 5-1 77 Macomb, Ill. 4-0 141 Birmingham, Ala. 3-2 711 Birmingham, Ala. 0-4 793 Alumni Field

Notes

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Birmingham, Ala. $ NCAA Tournament- South Bend, Ind.

Overall: 13-6-2 • Conference: 6-1-1 • Home: 7-1-1 • Away: 5-5-1 • Neutral: 1-0

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2005 Season Date ^ 08/26/2005 ^ 08/28/2005 09/02/2005 09/04/2005 09/07/2005 09/09/2005 09/11/2005 09/16/2005 09/18/2005 * 09/23/2005 * 09/30/2005 * 10/02/2005 * 10/07/2005 * 10/09/2005 * 10/14/2005 * 10/16/2005 * 10/21/2005 * 10/23/2005 10/27/2005 !p 11/04/2005 !p 11/06/2005

Opponent vs North Texas# at UTEP# at DePaul at Loyola (IL) WESTERN ILLINOIS at Eastern Michigan at Bowling Green INDIANA STATE at Evansville at Southeast Missouri TENNESSEE TECH AUSTIN PEAY at Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State SAMFORD JACKSONVILLE STATE at UT Martin at Murray State ILLINOIS STATE SOUTHEAST MISSOURI% vs Samford%

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Score 2-0 0-4 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-2 3-0 0-1 0-0 3-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

Attend 93 287 262 150 114 70 ot 186 108 194 o2 257 86 138 65 221 166 189 ot 223 o2 131 122 327 567

Site El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas Chicago, Ill. Glenview, IL Charleston, IL Ann Arbor, Mich. Bowling Green, Ohio Charleston, IL Evansville, IN Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, IL Charleston, IL Richmond, KY Morehead, KY Charleston, IL Charleston, IL Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Charleston, IL Charleston, IL Charleston, IL

Notes

# UTEP Miner Classic- El Paso, Tex. % Ohio Valley Conference Tournament- Charleston, Ill.

Overall: 9-10-2 • Conference: 6-1-2 • Home: 5-3 • Away: 3-6-2 • Neutral: 1-1

All-Time Results Results for 2006 Season Date 08/25/2006 08/27/2006 09/01/2006 09/03/2006 09/08/2006 09/10/2006 09/15/2006 09/17/2006 * 09/22/2006 * 09/24/2006 * 09/29/2006 * 10/06/2006 * 10/08/2006 * 10/13/2006 * 10/15/2006 * 10/20/2006 * 10/22/2006 10/26/2006 $p 10/31/2006 $p 11/03/2006

Opponent at Western Illinois at Indiana State DEPAUL LOYOLA (IL) EASTERN MICHIGAN BOWLING GREEN at Wright State at Missouri State UT MARTIN MURRAY STATE SOUTHEAST MISSOURI at Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay EASTERN KENTUCKY MOREHEAD STATE at Samford at Jacksonville State at Illinois State UT MARTIN% vs Morehead State%

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Score 0-1 3-2 1-1 2-1 0-2 0-2 2-4 0-2 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

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Attend 182 190 123 169 132 144 483 163 114 142 133 163 150 113 121 509 294 172 113 103

Site Macomb, Ill Terre Haute, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Ill. Dayton, OH Springfield, MO Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. COOKEVILLE, Tenn. Clarksville, TN Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Birmingham, Ala. Jacksonville, Ala. Normal, Ill. Charleston, Illinois Birmingham, Ala.

Notes

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Overall: 8-7-5 • Conference: 4-1-4 • Home: 5-2-3 • Away: 3-4-2 • Neutral: 0-1

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2007 Season Date 08/31/2007 09/02/2007 09/05/2007 09/09/2007 09/14/2007 09/16/2007 09/21/2007 09/23/2007 * 09/28/2007 * 09/30/2007 * 10/05/2007 * 10/07/2007 * 10/12/2007 * 10/19/2007 * 10/21/2007 * 10/26/2007 * 10/28/2007 10/31/2007 $p 11/06/2007 p 11/09/2007

Opponent at Eastern Michigan at Bowling Green INDIANA STATE at Missouri BALL STATE WESTERN KENTUCKY WESTERN ILLINOIS at Loyola (IL) at Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State TENNESSEE TECH AUSTIN PEAY at Southeast Missouri at UT Martin at Murray State SAMFORD JACKSONVILLE STATE ILLINOIS STATE at Murray State% vs Samford%

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Score Attend Site 3-1 148 Ypsilanti, Mich. 1-2 231 Bowling Green, Ohio 3-0 124 Charleston, Illinois 0-3 589 Columbia, Mo. 1-0 149 Charleston, Illinois 1-3 162 Charleston, Illinois 2-2 o2 215 Charleston, Illinois 0-2 166 Chicago, Ill. 2-0 128 Richmond, Ky. 0-2 214 Morehead, Kentucky 3-0 129 Charleston, Illinois 2-0 248 Charleston, Illinois 2-4 322 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 1-2 ot 212 Martin, Tenn. 0-1 257 Murray, Ky. 1-3 113 Charleston, Illinois 2-0 245 Charleston, Illinois 0-1 124 Charleston, Illinois 2-1 ot 200 Murray, Ky. 0-1 150 Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Notes

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Overall: 8-11-1 • Conference: 4-5 • Home: 5-3-1 • Away: 3-7 • Neutral: 0-1

All-Time Results Results for 2008 Season Date 8/22/2008 8/26/2008 % 8/29/2008 % 8/31/2008 9/5/2008 9/7/2008 9/12/2008 9/19/2008 9/21/2008 * 9/26/2008 * 9/28/2008 * 10/5/2008 * 10/10/2008 * 10/12/2008 * 10/17/2008 * 10/19/2008 * 10/26/2008 10/29/2008 ^p 11/4/2008

Opponent at Indiana State at #25 Purdue at Northern Illinois vs Northern Iowa WRIGHT STATE EASTERN MICHIGAN at Ball State at Western Kentucky at Western Illinois at UT Martin MURRAY STATE at Jacksonville State EASTERN KENTUCKY MOREHEAD STATE at Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay SOUTHEAST MISSOURI at Illinois State at Morehead State

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Score 0-1 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 0-0 2-1 2-3 1-2

Attend 156 178 327 o2 102 142 202 412 284 281 209 225 106 197 168 o2 439 o2 182 213 115 238 ot

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

Notes

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Overall: 3-14-2 • Conference: 3-4-1 • Home: 2-4 • Away: 1-10-1 • Neutral: 0-0-1

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2009 Season Date 8/21/2009 8/25/2009 8/30/2009 9/4/2009 9/6/2009 9/11/2009 9/13/2009 9/18/2009 9/20/2009 9/24/2009 * 9/27/2009 9/30/2009 * 10/4/2009 * 10/11/2009 * 10/16/2009 * 10/18/2009 * 10/23/2009 * 10/25/2009 * 10/31/2009 +p 11/5/2009

Opponent at IUPUI at Eastern Michigan at Cleveland State INDIANA STATE MIAMI (OHIO) IOWA STATE NORTHERN IOWA at Illinois State GREEN BAY WESTERN ILLINOIS at Southeast Missouri at Evansville AUSTIN PEAY at Murray State TENNESSEE TECH JACKSONVILLE STATE at Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State vs UT Martin vs Tennessee Tech

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Score 2-0 0-1 2-1 1-1 1-2 1-1 2-0 0-2 2-2 1-0 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-3 2-2 3-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-3

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Attend 511 175 429 187 154 198 166 162 112 197 308 191 223 202 125 278 159 102 -

Site Indianapolis, Ind. Ypsilanti, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Illinois Charleston, lllinois Charleston, Ill. NORMAL, Ill. Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Illinois Cape Girardeau, Mo. Evansville, Indiana Charleston, Illinois Murray, Ky. Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Illinois Richmond, Ky. Morehead, Ky. Terre Haute, Indiana Morehead, Ky.

Notes

% Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Overall: 7-8-5 • Conference: 3-3-2 • Home: 4-1-4 • Away: 3-5-1 • Neutral: 0-2

All-Time Results Results for 2010 Season Date 8/20/2010 8/22/2010 8/27/2010 8/29/2010 9/3/2010 9/5/2010 9/10/2010 9/12/2010 9/17/2010 9/19/2010 * 9/24/2010 * 9/26/2010 10/1/2010 * 10/3/2010 * 10/8/2010 * 10/10/2010 * 10/17/2010 * 10/22/2010 * 10/24/2010 p 11/4/2010 p 11/5/2010

Opponent IUPUI EVANSVILLE at Valparaiso EASTERN MICHIGAN at Green Bay at Indiana State BELMONT UMKC at Miami (OH) at Western Illinois at Austin Peay at Jacksonville State at SIU Edwardsville at Southeast Missouri MOREHEAD STATE EASTERN KENTUCKY at Tennessee Tech UT MARTIN MURRAY STATE vs Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State

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Score 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-1 0-1 2-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 2-1 1-2

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Attend 177 189 387 198 136 133 132 163 134 304 402 74 327 150 103 102 173 103 177 134 210

Site Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Illinois Valparaiso, Ind. Charleston, Illinois Green Bay, Wis. Terre Haute, Ind. Charleston, Illinois Charleston, Illinois Oxford, Ohio Macomb, Ill. Clarksville, Tenn. Jacksonville, Ala. Edwardsville, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Morehead, Ky. Morehead, Ky.

Notes

Overall: 7-9-5 • Conference: 3-2-3 • Home: 5-2-2 • Away: 1-7-3 • Neutral: 1-0

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER All-Time Results Results for 2011 Season Date 8/19/2011 8/21/2011 8/26/2011 9/2/2011 9/4/2011 9/9/2011 9/11/2011 9/13/2011 9/17/2011 * 9/23/2011 * 9/25/2011 * 9/30/2011 * 10/2/2011 * 10/14/2011 * 10/16/2011 * 10/21/2011 * 10/23/2011 * 10/30/2011 !p 11/3/2011

Opponent at UNI at Missouri at Belmont at IUPUI BUTLER WESTERN ILLINOIS VALPARAISO at Northern Illinois at AKRON TENNESSEE TECH JACKSONVILLE STATE at Southeast Missouri at UT Martin EASTERN KENTUCKY MOREHEAD STATE at Murray State at Austin Peay SIU EDWARDSVILLE vs UT Martin

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Score Attend Site 0-1 188 Waterloo, Iowa 1-4 604 Columbia, Mo. 0-1 236 Nashville, TN 2-2 o2 364 Indianapolis, Ind. 2-3 321 Charleston, Ill. 1-0 121 Charleston, Ill. 0-2 93 Charleston, Ill. 0-0 o2 206 DeKalb, Ill. 0-2 453 Akron, Ohio 2-0 76 Charleston, Ill. 2-0 141 Charleston, Ill. 0-1 602 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 1-0 226 Martin, Tenn. 0-1 113 Charleston, Ill. 2-0 101 Charleston, Ill. 0-3 176 Murray, Ky. 0-1 o2 343 Clarksville, Tenn. 0-1 181 Charleston, Ill. 1-2 348 Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Notes

Overall: 5-12-2 • Conference: 4-5 • Home: 4-4 • Away: 1-7-2 • Neutral: 0-1

All-Time Results Results for 2012 Season Date 8/17/2012 8/19/2012 8/24/2012 8/26/2012 9/31/2012 9/7/2012 9/9/2012 9/14/2012 9/16/2012 * 9/23/2012 * 9/28/2012 * 9/30/2012 * 10/5/2012 * 10/7/2012 * 10/12/2012 * 10/14/2012 * 10/19/2012 * 10/21/2012 * 10/26/2012

Opponent at Iowa at Purdue NORTHERN IOWA CLEVELAND STATE at Indiana State at Evansville NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Butler at Drake at SIUE at Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech UT MARTIN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI AUSTIN PEAY MURRAY STATE at Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky BELMONT

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Score 0-5 1-2 1-2 3-2 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-2 1-5 3-2 1-6 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-1

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Attend 524 423 87 81 346 211 103 110 182 240 305 265 64 181 211 181 342 213 184

Site Iowa City, Iowa West Lafayette, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. Evansville, Ind. Charleston, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa Edwardsvillle, Ill. Jacksonville, Ala. Cookeville, Tenn. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill. Morehead, Ky. Richmond, Ky. Charleston, Ill.

Notes

Overall: 6-12-1 • Conference: 4-5-1 • Home: 4-4 • Away: 2-8-1 • Neutral: 0-0

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER OVC CHAMPIONS/AWARD WINNERS OVC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 1998 - Tennessee Tech 1999 - Eastern Illinois 2000 - Eastern Illinois 2001 - Southeast Missouri 2002 - Southeast Missouri 2003 - Samford 2004 - Samford 2005 - Samford 2006 - Samford 2007 - Southeast Missouri 2008 - Murray State 2009 - Morehead State, UT Martin 2010 - Morehead State 2011 - Southeast Missouri 2012 - UT Martin OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1998 - No Tournament 1999 - Eastern Illinois 2000 - Tennessee Tech 2001 - Eastern Illinois 2002 - Eastern Illinois 2003 - Eastern Illinois 2004 - Eastern Illinois 2005 - Samford 2006 - Southeast Missouri 2007 - Southeast Missouri 2008 - Morehead State 2009 - Murray State 2010 - Morehead State 2011 - UT Martin 2012 - UT Martin COACH OF THE YEAR 1998 - Qasim Sheikh, TTU 1999 - Heather Nelson, SEMO 2000 - Steve Ballard, EIU 2001 - Heather Nelson, SEMO 2002 - Nathan Pifer, UTM 2003 - Todd Yelton, SAM 2004 - Greg Sheen, MOR 2005 - Todd Yelton, SAM 2006 - Erin Aubry, MOR 2007 - Heather Nelson, SEMO 2008 - Beth Acreman, MUR 2009 - Warren Lipka, MOR 2010 - Warren Lipka, MOR 2011 - Heather Nelson, SEMO 2012 - Phil McNamara, UTM

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1998 - Heather Ory, EIU 1999 - Ida Hakansson, EIU 2000 - Devon Bissell, EIU 2001 - Beth Guccione, SEMO 2002 - Valerie Henderson, SEMO 2003 - Beth Liesen, EIU 2004 - Crystal Royall, SAM 2005 - Rebecca Bohler, SAM 2006 - Kellie Floyd, EIU Sharon Young, SAM 2007 - Courtney Alexander, SEMO 2008 - Kayla Swearingen, EKU Jillian Birchmeier, MOR 2009 - Jen Hoffman, TTU 2010 - Erin Adams, MOR 2011 - Jessie Crabtree, SEMO 2012 - Tatiana Ariza, APSU DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1998 - Holly Wildman, TTU 1999 - Kelli McCoy, TTU 2000 - Kelli McCoy, TTU 2001 - Jenny Hamilton, SEMO 2002 - Jenny Hamilton, SEMO 2003 - Amanda Stephens, JSU 2004 - Crystal Royall, SAM 2005 - Lindsay Pickering, SEMO 2006 - Leslie King, MOR 2007 - Lindsay Pickering, SEMO 2008 - Tara Isbell, MUR 2009 - Danielle Rogers, UTM 2010 - Micaela Hornstein, MOR 2011 - Melissa Govea, UTM 2012 - Hayley Abbott, SEMO

ALL-TIME MVC STANDINGS 1996 Evansville * Eastern Illinois Creighton Missouri State Illinois State Valparaiso

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Overall 16-4-1 16-5-0 9-8-1 9-11-0 3-16-1 1-19-1

No ‘official’ MVC regular-season matches as teams did not play a round-robin schedule. Head-to-head meetings that did take place were used for tournament seeding purposes only. *Tournament Champions

1997 Evansville * Eastern Illinois Missouri State Illinois State Creighton Valparaiso

MVC 5-0-0 4-1-0 2-2-1 2-2-1 1-4-0 0-5-0

Overall 14-5-2 14-6-1 12-7-2 4-14-1 9-7-2 1-19-1

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

Overall 12-5-1 14-6-2 13-6-0 10-7-1 4-14-1 3-16-1 4-14-0

*Tournament Champions

1998 Illinois State Evansville * Creighton Eastern Illinois Missouri State Valparaiso Arkansas-Little Rock *Tournament Champions

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1998 - Angela Freund, TTU 1999 - Cara LeMaster, EIU 2000 - Beth Liesen, EIU 2001 - Robyn Vince, TTU 2002 - Jill Burns, TTU 2003 - Kim Matthews, SAM 2004 - Michelle Steinhaus, EIU 2005 - Rebekah Clay, MUR 2006 - Amber Cress, SAM 2007 - Ashley Runion, SEMO 2008 - Jillian Birchmeier, MOR 2009 - Danielle McMurray, MUR Kris Cambron, TTU 2010 - Tatiana Ariza, APSU 2011 - Erin Shulman 2012 - Saphyra Coombs-James, UTM

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PANTHER WOMEN’S SOCCER

ALL-TIME OVC STANDINGS 1998 Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Middle Tennessee UT Martin Morehead State

OVC 4-0-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 0-4-0

Overall 9-7-2 10-7-1 10-8-0 2-15-0 2-16-0

1999 Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Middle Tennessee Southeast Missouri Morehead State Tennessee-Martin

OVC 5-0-0 3-2-0 2-2-1 2-2-1 2-3-0 0-5-0

Overall 11-9-0 7-13-0 10-10-1 4-8-1 4-15-0 1-19-0

2000 Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Morehead State Murray State UT Martin

OVC 5-0-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 0-5-0

Overall 15-4-1 12-8-0 10-6-1 9-10-1 9-11-1 0-18-0

2001 Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Murray State UT Martin Morehead State

OVC 5-0-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-5-0

Overall 16-2-0 14-5-0 12-7-0 8-9-0 4-14-0 2-16-0

2002 Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois UT Martin Tennessee Tech Murray State Morehead State Austin Peay

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

Overall 14-4-2 11-7-4 9-7-3 12-6-1 8-7-2 2-12-1 0-12-3

2003 Samford Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State UT Martin Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Murray State Austin Peay Morehead State

OVC 7-1-0 6-0-2 4-1-5 4-2-2 4-3-1 3-5-0 3-5-0 1-7-0 0-8-0

Overall 12-4-5 11-5-5 11-5-4 9-7-3 10-5-5 9-11-0 6-10-3 5-13-1 2-13-1

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2004 Samford Eastern Illinois Murray State Morehead State Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Austin Peay UT Martin

OVC 7-1-0 6-1-1 4-3-1 4-4-0 3-3-2 3-3-2 2-3-3 1-6-1 1-7-0

Overall 10-7-1 13-6-2 8-11-1 9-9-1 7-11-3 11-6-2 7-6-4 8-9-2 4-11-2

2005 Samford Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri Murray State Austin Peay Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech UT Martin Morehead State Eastern Kentucky

OVC 7-2-0 6-1-2 5-3-1 5-3-1 5-4-0 4-4-1 3-5-1 3-6-0 3-6-0 1-8-0

Overall 15-4-4 9-10-2 13-6-1 8-10-3 9-10-0 8-9-2 6-11-2 9-10-0 6-11-2 1-14-1

2006 Samford Morehead State Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri Austin Peay UT Martin Jacksonville State Murray State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech

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

Overall 11-4-3 8-8-3 8-7-5 10-8-2 6-10-2 5-9-5 5-12-2 5-9-4 4-12-2 2-13-3

2007 Southest Missouri Samford Murray State UT Martin Morehead State Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Jacksosnville State Austin Peay

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

Overall 12-2-4 15-5-1 11-8-0 10-6-3 5-10-1 8-11-1 4-10-4 4-11-3 4-12-1 7-12-1

2008 OVC Overall Murray State 7-1-0 Eastern Kentucky 5-3-0 UT Martin 4-2-2 Morehead State 4-2-2 Eastern Illinois 3-4-1 Tennessee Tech 3-4-1 Jacksonville State 2-5-1 Austin Peay 1-4-3 Southeast Missouri 1-5-2 *SIU Edwardsville -------- * - reclassifying not eligible for OVC play

12-5-0 8-8-3 10-5-4 9-9-3 3-14-2 5-14-1 5-10-4 4-12-3 2-9-3 5-8-0

2009 OVC Overall Morehead State 5-0-3 8-7-4 UT Martin 6-2-0 9-7-0 Murray State 5-2-1 11-9-2 Tennessee Tech 3-3-2 7-12-3 Eastern Illinois 3-3-2 7-8-5 Eastern Kentucky 2-3-3 5-11-3 Southeast Missouri 2-3-3 8-7-3 Jacksonville State 2-6-0 8-10-0 Austin Peay 0-6-2 1-13-4 *SIU Edwardsville -------- 3-10-2 * - reclassifying not eligible for OVC play 2010 OVC Overall Morehead State 7-0-1 13-7-1 Southeast Missouri 4-3-1 8-9-1 Austin Peay 4-3-1 14-6-1 Eastern Illinois 3-2-3 7-9-5 Eastern Kentucky 4-4-0 7-10-2 Murray State 3-3-2 4-11-4 UT Martin 3-4-1 8-8-2 Tennessee Tech 2-5-1 4-12-1 Jacksonville State 1-7-0 3-14-1 *SIU Edwardsville -------- 8-7-1 * - reclassifying not eligible for OVC play 2011 OVC Overall Southeast Missouri 8-1-0 12-6-1 Eastern Kentucky 5-3-1 7-10-3 UT Martin 5-3-1 14-7-2 Murray State 4-3-2 7-9-3 Morehead State 4-4-1 11-8-3 SIUE* 4-5-0 6-9-1 Eastern Illinois 4-5-0 5-12-2 Austin Peay 3-5-1 9-8-1 Jacksonville State 1-4-4 2-13-4 Tennessee Tech 2-7-0 5-13-1 * - reclassifying not eligible for postseason play 2012 UT Martin Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri Belmont SIUE Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State Morehead State Tennessee Tech Murray State

OVC 8-1-1 7-2-1 6-3-1 5-3-2 4-4-2 4-4-2 4-5-1 3-6-1 2-5-3 3-7-0 2-8-0

Overall 13-6-3 12-8-1 10-7-3 7-10-4 8-9-2 7-8-4 6-12-1 10-8-2 2-12-4 5-12-1 4-13-0

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TELEVISION/RADIO CHART

#0 - Kylie Morgan Goalkeeper

#00 - Emily Hinton Goalkeeper

#1 - Cortney Jerzy Goalkeeper

#2 - Madison Carter Forward

#3 - Madison Kloster Forward

#4 - Briana Hickman Defender

#5 - Randi Dukes Midfielder

#6 - Allie Lakie Defender

#7 - Caitlin Greene Defender

#8 - Kayla Thompson Forward

#9 - Karlee Deacon Defender/Midfielder

#10 - Brenna Vogel Defender

#11 - Gabby Charles Forward

#12 - Molly Hawkins Forward/Midfielder

#13 - Paige DeThorne Defender

#14 - Hannah Miller Forward

#15 - Bailey Rosales Forward

#16 - Lauren Rusk Defender

#17 - Kathleen MacKinnon Forward

#18 - Lindsey Marino Defender

#19 - Lauren Hoppensteadt Defender/Midfielder

#20 - Samantha Roumayah Midfielder

#21 - Meagan Radloff Midfielder/Forward

#22 - Chris Reed Forward

#23 - Kylie Ness Defender

#24 - Bianca Navejas Midfielder

#25 - Emily Wolf Defender

#30 - Jessica Kiely Goalkeeper

Jason Cherry Head Coach

Tony Castelon Assistant Coach


2013

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